Canada's Airports, Globe and Mail Feature

Dec 11, 2012
On December 11, 2012 an informational feature on Canada's airport's appeared in the Globe and Mail. Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport gets a mention.

Strategic Transportation Study Public Meeting

Nov 30, 2012
The City of Toronto, Toronto Port Authority, and Toronto District School Board are undertaking a transportation study for the area around the Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport and Eireann Quay to resolve trafc congestion issues and address community concerns.

Ship Channel Bridge Closure Notice 2

Nov 14, 2012
As of Monday, November 12, the Ship Channel Bridge located on Cherry Street will be closed to vehicle traffic to enable the Toronto Port Authority to carry out repairs on the bridge. During the closure pedestrian and cyclist access will be permitted.


Oct 31, 2012
Advisory regarding service at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport.


Oct 30, 2012
Storm activity weather advisories continue for Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport.


Oct 29, 2012
Please be advised that a strom warning is in effect for Monday October 29 and Tuesday, October 30, 2012.

North America’s First Floating Movie Event Returns

Jul 23, 2012
The Toronto Port Authority (TPA) is bringing back its highly anticipated free movie festival, Sail-In Cinema, to the city’s waterfront. For three nights in August, Canada’s Sugar Beach will be transformed into an outdoor theatre where movie fans can watch nautical-themed movies on a two-sided screen anchored to a barge on Lake Ontario.

Toronto Port Authority Releases 2011 Financials: Record Year for Profitability

May 24, 2012
The Toronto Port Authority (TPA) released its 2011 financials today, reporting net income of $13.9 million, a 90% increase over fiscal 2010. This sets a new record for profitability since TPA was created in 1999, and represents the fourth consecutive year of profitable growth. The strong financial results are driven not only from the continued success of the Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport, but also from the other operations of the Port Authority.

Toronto Port Authority Moves Forward on Bay Street Development

Mar 28, 2012
The Toronto Port Authority (TPA) announced today that it has selected a consortium led by Oxford Properties Group, the real estate investment arm of the OMERS Worldwide Group of Companies, as its preferred proponent for the redevelopment of its property at Bay and Harbour Streets. Known as the 30 Bay/60 Harbour Project, the 1.8-acre site is anchored by the landmark Toronto Harbor Commission building at 60 Harbour Street, which will be maintained and preserved. The otherwise vacant site is currently used for surface parking.

Toronto Port Authority Supports Toronto-Area Fishing

Mar 27, 2012
The Toronto Port Authority (TPA) announced today that it will initiate a dialogue with several key waterfront stakeholders, including the City of Toronto, Harbourfront Centre, Ontario Place, Waterfront Toronto and the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources regarding the recent confusion surrounding the rights of individuals to enjoy the pleasure of fishing in Toronto-area waters.

Port of Toronto Welcomes First “Saltie” of the Year

Mar 27, 2012
The Toronto Port Authority (TPA) today welcomed the first ocean vessel of the 2012 shipping season to the Port of Toronto. The arrival of the MV Barnacle was marked by the Beaver Hat Ceremony a port tradition that dates back to 1861.

Construction Work on Eireann Quay

Mar 23, 2012
The Toronto Port Authority Board and the City of Toronto reached an agreement last summer, passed by City Council on July 12, 2011, that will see the City of Toronto put a new water main and replacement sewage mains in the pedestrian tunnel that the TPA is building to the Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport. This City Council-approved agreement specifically included provisions to improve traffic management on Eireann Quay and a three year lease of the Canada Malting site to the TPA for such purposes.

Community Meeting March 28

Mar 19, 2012
The Toronto Port Authority will be holding a community meeting to provide residents and stakeholders with updates on pedestrian tunnel construction and the proposed taxi staging and parking area at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport.

Innovative New Airport Pedestrian Tunnel a Boost for Passengers and Toronto Economy

Mar 09, 2012
Joined by the Rt. Hon. Stephen Harper, Prime Minister of Canada, the Hon. James Flaherty, Minister of Finance and Minister Responsible for the GTA, and M.P. for Whitby-Oshawa and His Worship Toronto Mayor, Rob Ford, Toronto Port Authority Chairman Mark McQueen today announced the start of construction of the Port Authority's pedestrian tunnel to Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport.

Toronto Port Authority Invests In Waterfront Youth

Mar 07, 2012
The Harbourfront Community Centre (HCC) is expanding its arts leadership program, Room 13 Toronto, to youth aged 13-17 thanks to $30,000 in new funding provided by the Toronto Port Authority.