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Maanjidowin: The Gathering Unveiled at Billy Bishop Airport

Visitors to Billy Bishop Airport will now be welcomed by a large-scale granite and bronze sculpture recognizing the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation and their relationship to the land, air and water on which the airport now operates. The sculpture was created by David M. General, Mohawk Nation, Wolf Clan of the Six Nations, and was conceived and installed in partnership with the Mississaugas of the Credit.

Entitled Maanjidowin: The Gathering, the sculpture is more than 16-feet in length and features three mythical fishers – Makwa-Kwe (Bear), Nigig-Kwe (Otter) and Migizi-Kwe (Eagle) – who have come to the estuaries and islands along Toronto’s Lake Ontario shoreline to fish. The canoe in which the fishers sit is inscribed with words and symbols of significance to the Mississaugas of the Credit, including: The Medicine Wheel; the Seven Grandfather Teachings, which are guiding principles that provide the moral and cultural foundation of life; and poetry from the current Gimaa (Chief) R. Stacey Laforme. As indicated by inscribed arm tattoos, the creatures are all female, as females played a central role as custodians of cultural traditions surrounding water.

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Deployment of Navigational Buoys to Take Place Overnight May 19

Please be advised that, in preparation for the boating season, crews will be deploying navigational buoys around Toronto’s Harbour overnight  from 10:30 p.m. Thursday, May 19 until approximately 5:00 a.m. on Friday, May 20. Weather dependent.

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PortsToronto to Begin Necessary Runway Pavement Grooving Work at Billy Bishop Airport April 26

Beginning April 26 for a period of three nights, PortsToronto will be completing work to groove the runway pavement at the intersection of Runway 08-26 and Taxiway Echo at Billy Bishop Airport.

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PortsToronto and City of Toronto Begin Ship Channel Lift Bridge Rehabilitation Project

Beginning Monday, March 28, 2022, PortsToronto in partnership with the City of Toronto, will commence a major rehabilitation program to restore and modernize the ageing Ship Channel Lift Bridge, a vital piece of infrastructure supporting Toronto’s supply chain. The restoration of the Ship Channel Lift Bridge will occur over a four-year period, from 2022 to 2025.

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