In a year end review, the Toronto Port Authority indicated that it expected to hit its estimate of 1.2 million passengers for 2010, noting that it had successfully managed the 48 per cent increase in use over 2009, while at the same time establishing new relationships with community groups on the waterfront.
On November 30, TPA staff met with members of the public at the Radisson Hotel to discuss the draft Environmental Assessment on the Proposed Pedestrian Tunnel. These are the answers to the questions posed at that meeting.
The Toronto Port Authority today released a draft report prepared by independent environmental and engineering consultants, Dillon Consulting Limited, which concluded that the construction and operation of the proposed pedestrian tunnel would result in no permanent significant environmental effects.
Fact : The TPA is in full compliance with the Tripartite Agreement’s noise limits. Check it out.
Toronto Port Authority 2009 Annual Report
Staff of the Toronto Port Authority will be leading a clean up at the Outer Harbour Marina on Friday, September 24, 2010, in support of the World Wildlife Fund’s annual campaign to clean up Canada’s shorelines and reconnect with nature.
The Toronto Port Authority (“TPA”) today released a detailed forensic review of certain of its financial and governance activities from September 2002 until present, which absolved the TPA of 14 of 15 complaints brought by former Board members, TPA Board of Directors Chairman Mark McQueen advised today.
Just after 12 noon, a Porter Airlines flight attendant overheard a passenger on an aircraft destined for Chicago talking about a possible pipe bomb at the BBTCA.
The Disabled Sailing Association of Ontario presents the 2010 REACH REGATTA this weekend
Response To Maclean's Magazine dated August 13, 2010
The Toronto Port Authority (“TPA”) advised today that it had received 14 written Expressions of Interest regarding the proposed pedestrian tunnel connecting the mainland to the Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (“BBTCA”) under the Western Gap of the Toronto harbour.
Correspondence between TPA and the City of Toronto regarding PILTs for 2009 and 2010
The Toronto Port Authority (“TPA”) advised today that the previously announced Macro Settlement Agreement between the TPA and the City of Toronto (the “City”) has closed to the satisfaction of all parties.
TPA 2010 Annual General Meeting Question & Answer Period Summary Report
TPA welcomes decision of Federal Court Related to the Judicial review initiated by Air Canada
The Toronto Port Authority (“TPA”) held its Annual meeting this morning, with senior management outlining an array of initiatives that will see the agency become an important leader in sustainable environmental practices to secure the goal of a clean, green waterfront.
Thank you and welcome to the 2010 annual meeting of the Toronto Port Authority.
TPA Annual Public Survey Tracking Study 2010
The purpose of today’s meeting is to update you on the substantial progress we’ve made over the past 12 months, and map out a vision to accelerate this progress as we play our role in helping make the waterfront an even better place to live, work and play.
2010 Ipsos Reid public opinion survey
The Toronto Port Authority (“TPA”) has received a decision by the Federal Court of Canada reversing the January, 2009, recommendation by the federal Dispute Advisory Panel (“DAP”) on a dispute over the amount of Payment in Lieu of Taxes (“PILTs”) owed by the TPA to the City of Toronto (“the City”).
Airport Coordination Limited to finalize allocation and scheduling of available slots at the Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport amongst new and existing carriers
All business units of the Toronto Port Authority are cooperating and working with the various G20 agencies.
The Toronto Port Authority ("TPA") confirmed today that legal submissions related to the latest judicial review initiated by Air Canada were filed to the Federal Court of Canada.
As you may know, the Toronto Port Authority's Noise Management Study recommended the BBTCA establish a permanent advisory body to provide a forum for constructive dialogue on airport operations that may affect those
living and working near the airport. This framework is the first step in implementing this important recommendation.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Annual Meeting of the Toronto Port Authority will be held at the Westin Harbour Castle Hotel in the Queens Quay Room located at One Harbour Square, Toronto, Ontario on Monday, July 12, 2010 commencing at 9:30 a.m. This meeting is open to the public.
The Toronto Port Authority (“TPA”) today announced that the formal Request for Proposal (“RFP”) issued on April 9, 2010 for additional commercial airline carriers at the Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (“BBTCA”) has produced proposals from two prospective commercial carriers.
Letter to Calin Rovinescu CEO of Air Canada
Letter to Mayor Miller On The Proposed Lower Don Lands Ice Pads
The Toronto Port Authority (“TPA”) reported its second straight year of positive net income in 2009, with total revenue rising 16 per cent to $23,569,000.
The following provides the background about Payment-in-lieu of Taxes (PILTs) and the Supreme Court decision of April 15, 2010 rendered on PILTs in the City of Montreal vs. Montreal Port Authority (MPA) and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC).
Green Marine lauds TPA's environmental initiatives
Toronto Port Authority (TPA) President and Chief Executive Officer Geoffrey Wilson issued the following statement, in response to media enquiries, regarding today’s Supreme Court of Canada decision involving a dispute between the City of Montreal and two federal bodies, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and the Montreal Port Authority.
The Toronto Port Authority ("TPA") today announced that a formal Request for Proposals ("RFP") for additional commercial airline carriers at the Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport ("BBTCA") has been issued and is now available to interested, qualified proponents.
The Toronto Port Authority ("TPA") is pleased to participate in Earth Hour 2010 to bring attention to the need for everyone to do their part to fight climate change.
The Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (BBTCA) has become a vital transportation link for Toronto travellers and visitors.
Statement: Toronto Port Authority seeks to work with the City of Toronto on the future of 5 Eirann Quay (the Canada Malting Silos)
Billy Bishop video
The Toronto Port Authority, in co-operation with the Canadian War Museum, will be displaying historic military items from the First and Second World War at the Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport beginning Monday, February 22.
In light of the recent legal action taken by Air Canada, the Toronto Port Authority ("TPA") reconfirmed that it continues to work towards the completion of the previously announced noise impact study and capacity assessment for the Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport("BBTCA").
The Toronto Port Authority ("TPA") has released the results of a comprehensive noise management study at the Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport ("BBTCA") undertaken by Jacobs Consultancy Canada Inc. ("Jacobs") between 2008 and 2009.
At a meeting earlier today, the Board of Directors of the Toronto Port Authority ("TPA") initiated a process that will bring forward Public-Private Partnership ("P3") proposals to design, build, finance, operate, and maintain a pedestrian tunnel connecting to the Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport ("BBTCA") under the Western Gap of the Toronto harbour.
One of the Toronto Port Authority’s (TPA) most important missions is to be good stewards of our waterfront resources so that they may provide recreation, prosperity and a clean wildlife habitat for future generations.
TPA operations to be bullfrogpowered(TM) with 100% clean, renewable electricity
Canadian sports hero Marilyn Bell Di Lascio was on hand to help officially name the new ferry serving the Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (“BBTCA”) in her name this morning.
Response Letter to Brian Iler, Community Air
At a meeting earlier today, the Toronto Port Authority's ("TPA") Board of Directors received and approved management's proposed 2010 infrastructure and environmental capital spending plan.
New ferry to be named after pioneering marathon swimmer Marilyn Bell; current vessel to be named after Second World War hero David Hornell