Honeybees flourish at Port of Hamilton

Thursday, July 25 Hamilton, ON – Just over one year after setting up 12 hive boxes near Sherman Inlet in June of 2018, the partnership between the Hamilton-Oshawa Port Authority (HOPA) and local beekeeping company, Humble Bee, continues to thrive. Humble Bee founders Luc and Dan are thrilled with the success of their queendoms living…Read More→

HOPA donation helps RBG welcome visitors to Cootes Paradise

Friday, July 19 Hamilton, ON – As a proud supporter of Royal Botanical Gardens’ Growing Up Green Fund, the Hamilton-Oshawa Port Authority (HOPA) has made a $10,000 commitment over the next two years to help preserve and celebrate Cootes Paradise. The Royal Botanical Gardens’ (RBG) Growing Up Green Fund supports conservation projects and educational opportunities…Read More→

Hamilton Port Authority Supports CityKidz with $15,000 Donation

June 11, 2019 Hamilton, ON – The Hamilton Port Authority (HPA) is proud to affirm its continued support of community partner and port tenant, CityKidz.  HPA will be donating $15,000 to CityKidz over the next three years, providing much-needed sustainable funding to cover transportation costs and enable the participation of children living in lower income…Read More→

Port People

Welcome Aboard! Welcome to the newest members of our HPA team: Jeremy Dunn, Commercial Vice President Jeremey comes to HPA from the Miller Group, one of Canada’s leading vertically integrated construction materials and civil infrastructure companies. He most recently served as General Manager of Miller Maintenance, responsible for managing and growing their highway maintenance business…Read More→

Building the Talent Pipeline through Innovative Partnerships

In December 2017, Mohawk College and the Hamilton Port Authority announced a partnership to help connect students with employment in supply chain and logistics. Since then, the Hamilton Port Authority and employers operating on port lands have worked closely with City School to develop a demand-led strategy for building postsecondary pathways through Mohawk College. This…Read More→

Doors Open Hamilton: Discover the Port of Hamilton

Discover the history of Hamilton’s harbour and learn about the exciting future developments at the Port of Hamilton! The main floor will feature historical artifacts including a wood boat made by Morris Boat Builders. Enjoy the panoramic view of Hamilton’s industrial waterfront from the second floor and view a display featuring the Westport modernization project….Read More→

CP to be Title Sponsor at 16th Annual HPA Fundraising Golf Tournament.

Hamilton Port Authority is pleased to announce Canadian Pacific Railway (CP) as Title Sponsor for the 16th Annual HPA Fundraising Golf Tournament. This year, the tournament is raising funds for Liberty For Youth, and Mission to Seafarers Southern Ontario, two local organizations doing wonderful work in Hamilton. About Canadian Pacific Railway Canadian Pacific is a…Read More→

First Ship Contest Winner!

The first vessel of the 2018 shipping season arrived at The Port of Hamilton on March 23rd. The Algoma Spirit arrived with a load of iron ore from Two Harbors, Minnesota, and made its way to the ArcelorMittal Dofasco ore dock at Pier 21. It was recorded passing through the shipping canal into Hamilton Harbour…Read More→

Annual General Meeting and Community Update

Please join us for: 2018 Business Review & What to Expect in 2019 Release of our 2018 Sustainability Report Update on the Westport Modernization Project Networking and light snacks When: Thursday, May 2, 2019 4:30 PM Where: Discovery Centre 57 Discovery Drive Hamilton Please RSVP your attendance: ltrudell@hopaports.ca

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…Read More→