Here Comes the Big Red Bus! HPA Supports CityKidz Transportation Program with $5000 Donation

HAMILTON, ON – Fall means back to school, and also a return to fall programming at CityKidz in Hamilton. Hamilton Port Authority (HPA) is pleased to announce a $5000 donation to CityKidz in support of their transportation program, providing one full season of transportation to all youth in their CityYouth program. Transportation is one of the most critical components of …

Partner Profile: SoBi Hamilton

SoBi Hamilton is the local non-profit that operates Hamilton’s extensive bike share system. The system of 825 bicycles and over 130 hubs provides residents with a healthy, affordable and sustainable mode of transportation. When SoBi was first looking to come to Hamilton in 2014 they were in need of a storage facility for their pre- deployment bicycles and contacted Hamilton …

HPA’s Sustainability Report

HPA is proud to present its first ever Sustainability Report The report outlines HPA’s ongoing commitment to transparency, and explores what the port does, how it interacts with our community, and how decisions are made to support social, environmental and economic sustainability. It is also an opportunity to celebrate our successes. A sustainable Port of Hamilton’s the product of the …

Port partners sharing the warmth

  This season, along with our Port Partners: Heddle Marine, Vopak Terminals, Bermingham Foundations, Richardson International and the Canadian Motorcycle Association, we collected 81 coats for Good Shepherd Hamilton.  Since 2013, 510 coats have been collected to help families in our community stay warm. Thanks to all of our participating Port Partners for their support!   Nov 2017

Hamilton Port Authority supports Hamilton youth with $10,000 donation to Liberty For Youth

Hamilton Port Authority (HPA) is a longtime supporter of Liberty For Youth, a Hamilton-based charitable organization that helps at-risk youth in the Hamilton community through mentoring and skill-building. On November 8, Liberty For Youth hosted its annual ‘Power of a Changed Life’ fundraising dinner, where HPA was pleased to present a donation of $10,000.  In receiving the donation, Frederick Dryden, …

Supporting the Cootes to Escarpment Eco-Park

HPA has made a $5,000 contribution to the Cootes to Escarpment Eco-Park System. This connected natural corridor is one of the most ecologically-rich areas within the Great Lakes Basin, connecting Hamilton Harbour and its surrounding watershed to the Niagara Escarpment. This partnership is important to HPA because stewardship of Hamilton Harbour and its watershed is one of our core principles. …

Environmental Programs & Initiatives

Initiatives that contribute to a cleaner, greener Port of Hamilton, Hamilton Harbour and surrounding community: Randle Reef Construction work on the Engineered Containment Facility at Randle Reef has made excellent progress, with installation of the sheet pile walls that form the outer perimeter of the facility last season. Work will resume in the spring. HPA is proud to be an …