Boat launch at Fisherman’s Pier now open

Attention anglers! The Fisherman’s Pier boat launch is now open, just in time for the long weekend. Freshly graded and paved with new lines to help keep launch traffic organized. Boat launch hours are 5:00AM-9:00PM, 7 days per week. There is no cost to use the launch for the time being. A pay system will…Read More→

Port of Oshawa – Report to the Community

Tuesday, June 13th, 20234:30pm Learn about HOPA Ports recent results and initiatives on the horizon. Opportunity to meet some of our team and network with port partners. Jubilee Pavilion Banquet & Conference Centre. 55 Lakeview Park Ave, Oshawa, ON L1J 7Z2 —> RSVP Here

Attention Fisherman’s Pier Boat Launch Users

Spring is here, and we’re happy to advise that work will be starting soon on major improvements to the boat launch located at 1155 Eastport Dr.  Grading and paving of the parking and trailer area will help improve site drainage, and new pavement markings will help keep launch staging organized.  This paving work is expected…Read More→

Hamilton-Oshawa Port Authority looks to Atura Power for Green Hydrogen

Hamilton, ON – Hamilton-Oshawa Port Authority (HOPA) has entered a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Atura Power to acquire green hydrogen as part of its commitment to supporting the growth of clean energy and reducing its carbon footprint.  HOPA is the largest Port on the Great Lakes, operating multi-modal transportation facilities in Hamilton, Oshawa and…Read More→

HOPA Ports Welcomes New Board Member: Nancy DiGregorio

HAMILTON ON – HOPA Ports welcomes the announcement by Minister of Transport, Hon. Omar Alghabra, of an appointment to its Board of Directors. HOPA Ports is pleased to welcome the new appointment of Ms. Nancy DiGregorio to its Board of Directors, as Class II User Appointment, for a term of three years. Ms. DiGregorio has…Read More→

Lay-Up Season Begins

WINTER LAY-UP 2022/2023 HAMILTON, ON – During the winter months, shipping activity across the Great Lakes/St Lawrence Seaway takes a pause and the cargo vessels (known as “Lakers”) that normally transit these waterways are laid up, while they wait for the Seaway to reopen. In between seasons, ships undergo routine maintenance and upgrades while a…Read More→