The Hamilton-Oshawa Port Authority (HOPA Ports) is a Canada Port Authority; a non-share capital corporation reporting to a Board of Directors.
As a Canada Port Authority, HOPA Ports’ mandate is to enable trade through our network of ports and port lands, while protecting the environment and considering local communities.
Port authority operations are not financed by tax dollars. We earn revenues from tenant rents and harbour dues. We own and manage lands in support of national trade objectives for the benefit of the national and local economies.
Special Examination Notice
This notice advises that the Hamilton Oshawa Port Authority has received its Five-Year Special Examination (2016-2020) document from audit firm PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP. This detailed review of all HOPA business operations, financial affairs, accounting management and Board oversight is required to be conducted every five years under the Canada Marine Act. The Summary Report is available by request: [email protected].