Sharing Our Harbour Safety Tips

Hamilton Harbour is shared by many recreational vessels as well as over 600 commercial vessels each year. To help all users stay safe on the water, Hamilton Port Authority and Royal Hamilton Yacht Club hosted an information session for the boating community. The session covered a number of important topics from racing and commercial traffic to the Burlington Canal Lift …

Hamilton Port welcomes TFI International

Hamilton, ON – Hamilton Port Authority is pleased to welcome TFI International as its newest port partner. A leader in the North American transportation industry, TFI recently acquired long-time port tenant Toronto Tank Lines (TTL). Founded in 1993, TTL specializes in the transportation and storage of food grade liquids, industrial chemicals, specialty oils and waxes. TTL will operate as a …

Niagara-Hamilton region poised for economic success, says new report

Recommendations include designating the Region as a National Trade Corridor February 22, 2019 The House of Commons Standing Committee on Transport, Infrastructure and Communities (TRAN Committee) released a report this week entitled, “Establishing a Canadian Transportation and Logistics Strategy”. The Niagara-Hamilton region features prominently in the report, as an area ripe for accelerated economic development. Vance Badawey, Member of Parliament for …

2019 First Ship Contest

When will the first ship make its way into Hamilton Harbour in 2019? The First Ship Contest is back! As the largest port in Ontario, the Port of Hamilton plays an essential role by supporting industries that touch our lives every day. In 2018, 647 vessels were welcomed into Hamilton Harbour. These ships come and go from the Port of …

Boating Safety Info Session

Attention boaters! Join us Feb 27 for this informative session. REGISTER: www.hamiltonport.ca/sharingourharbour

New Den for the Tiger Cats at the Port of Hamilton

The Hamilton Tiger Cats Football Club and Forge FC have relocated their administrative offices to a new home at the Port of Hamilton. Renovation and restoration work is currently underway at the Hamilton Port Authority-owned building at 500 Sherman Ave. within port’s Pier 15. Approximately 40 Tiger-Cats and Forge FC administrative staff are settling into the three-storey brick building that …