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Outer Harbour Marina Launches First Boat of 30th Anniversary Season

On Wednesday, April 10, the Outer Harbour Marina marked the beginning of its 30th boating season with the launch of Leadbelly, a sailboat belonging to Jay Wilkins. Mr. Wilkins, a five-year tenant of the OHM, was “crowned” by marina manager Mike Dwyer with an OHM toque to mark the launch of the first boat of the 2019 season—a nod to the Port of Toronto’s 158-year old Beaver Hat Ceremony.

Opened in 1989, the Outer Harbour Marina is one of Canada’s largest freshwater marinas. The marina’s unique location on the Leslie Street Spit offers unparalleled views of the Toronto city skyline for its approximately 600 tenants, and quick access to both Lake Ontario and Toronto’s inner harbour. 

For the past eight years, the Outer Harbour Marina has earned a 5 Green Anchor Gold rating from the Ontario Marine Operators’ Association as part of the Clean Marine environmental certification program—one of the highest rankings a marina can attain for following environmental best practices. To learn more about PortsToronto’s Outer Harbour Marina, click here.

We wish all tenants another fantastic boating season at the Outer Harbour Marina!
 

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Ship Channel Bridge Re-Opens to Commercial Marine Use for 2019 Shipping Season  

With repairs to the Ship Channel Bridge lifting system complete, full commercial marine use of the bridge has been restored for the 2019 shipping season. 

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Change to Flight Inspection Aircraft (FIA) Fleet Used by NAV CANADA at Billy Bishop Airport Coming into Effect June 2019

In March 2019, NAV CANADA will retire the only turboprop aircraft from its Flight Inspection Aircraft (FIA) fleet, which undertakes routine flight inspections two to three times per year at over 130 airports in Canada, including Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport.

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Ice and Cold Water Emergency Response Training Exercise to Take Place on Toronto Islands February 11

From approximately 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Monday, February 11, 2019, the Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport Fire Department will conduct an ice and cold water rescue training session on the Toronto Islands

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Request for Proposals: Auditor
PortsToronto is seeking proposals from qualified auditors who demonstrate high levels of professional competence and experience to provide quality audit services to PortsToronto.
 

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