2017 #PortCity Flagship Initiatives

In 2017, we took time to listen to our neighbours and other stakeholders about ways to improve port-community interactions, and build awareness and pride in our port city. We are embedding sustainability into our decision-making and long-term planning, and we have completed some short-term actions in 2017. Here are a few: 1.       Restore the original shoreline at Sherman Inlet Restoring …

Take a first look from a new harbour lookout!

Please join us for the grand opening of a new window to the waterfront. The new lookout platform is located facing Hamilton Harbour, at Pier 15. When:  Wednesday, Nov. 1, 2017   3:00 pm Where: 210 Hillyard St.,  (north of Burlington St.) The idea for a public lookout point, providing direct views of Hamilton Harbour, emerged from our discussions with the …

Randle Reef Update

HPA was pleased to host the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, Catherine McKenna, who announced a new step forward for the Randle Reef remediation project. Minister McKenna was accompanied by the project funding partners, representing the Ontario Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change, the City of Hamilton, the City of Burlington, the Hamilton Port Authority, and Stelco. The …

Randle Reef partners welcome contract award for stage two of the project as the next major milestone in remediation of Hamilton Harbour

News Release From Environment and Climate Change Canada Randle Reef partners welcome contract award for stage two of the project as the next major milestone in remediation of Hamilton Harbour July 21, 2017 – Hamilton, Ontario Cleaning up the environment and improving water quality for the benefit of Canadians while creating middle-class jobs remains a high priority for the Government of Canada. …

Statement regarding the Port Fuels plasma gasification facility

Hamilton Port Authority (HPA) and Port Fuels have mutually agreed to allow the due diligence lease at the Pier 15 site to expire. HPA is dealing with an acute shortage of develop-able employment land and the Port Fuels effort is taking much longer than they expected. As a result, HPA will move forward and begin to consider other options for …