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COVID-19 Information

The health and safety of employees and passengers is our top priority. 

PHAC and CBSA are the lead government agencies responding at Canada's airports and ports, and are the best source of up to date information on COVID-19.

Like all Canadian Ports, the Port of Toronto is closely following Transport Canada guidelines for keeping employees and the marine community safe while moving goods safely and efficiently through our port.

Billy Bishop Airport remains open and operational to ensure access for services such as Ornge emergency medevac. Porter Airlines and Air Canada have temporarily suspended commercial operations at Billy Bishop Airport in order to support the need to flatten the curve of the COVID-19 spread. Please check with the airlines to manage any travel arrangements currently booked for this time.

The complimentary shuttle bus between Billy Bishop Airport and Union Station has ceased operation until further notice. Signage has been put in place at all stops to advise passengers.

Until further notice, the airport ferry will reduce its operating hours. Updated hours are available here.

 

Tagging Trash – Revealing the pathways of floating litter in the Toronto Harbour

A new study launched on April 26 by the University of Toronto Trash Team aims to reveal the pathways of floating litter in an effort to learn more about where floating litter goes. Throughout summer 2021, the Trash Team will follow the travels of several “blender bottle” plastic bottles equipped with GPS trackers in order to reveal movement patterns and potential accumulation zones for floating litter in the Toronto Harbour. This will help researchers to better understand local sources of litter and help inform future placement of trash capture devices (like those employed in the PortsToronto Seabin Program) to divert litter from Lake Ontario.

The best part? You can follow along too. Visit the Trash Team website to see a map indicating the travels of the bottles in real-time. If you find one of the bottles, you can take a photo and share it on social media using the hashtag #TaggingTrash, but be sure to leave it where it is – that way the Trash Team will be analyzing the most accurate data possible.

Part of the Fighting Floatables in the Toronto Harbour strategy, the Tagging Trash study is being completed in partnership with PortsToronto, the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority, the University of Toronto – Scarborough and the Ontario Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks.

Learn more about the Tagging Trash study on the Trash Team website, in this CTV Toronto article, or BlogTO feature.
 

Community Notices

Deployment of Navigational Buoys to Take Place May 4

Please be advised that, in preparation for the boating season, crews will be deploying navigational buoys around Toronto’s Harbour from 8:00 a.m. until approximately 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, May 4.

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Deployment of Navigational Buoys to Take Place April 28

Please be advised that, in preparation for the boating season, crews will be deploying navigational buoys around Toronto’s Harbour from 8:00 a.m. until approximately 4:00 p.m. on Wednesday, April 28.

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Structural Repair of Leslie Street Spit Floating Pedestrian Swing Bridge to be Completed May 14

The completion of structural repairs to the Leslie Street Spit floating pedestrian bridge will now be completed on May 14, 2021, with the bridge set to be re-installed in the days immediately following. The delay from the initial late-April timeframe is as a result of staff shortages in late February due to isolation and preventative protocols required due to potential COVID-19 infections within the team responsible for the repairs. Once the bridge is back in place, pedestrian access to the endikement roadway leading to the east headlands of the Leslie Street Spit will be reinstated.

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