Annual Report 2017 - PortsToronto

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© Toronto Port Authority 2018. All rights reserved. 60 Harbour Street, Toronto, ON M5J 1B7 Canada The Toronto Port Authority, doing business as PortsToronto since January 2015, is a government business enterprise operating pursuant to the Canada Marine Act and Letters Patent issued by the federal Minister of Transport. The Toronto Port Authority is hereafter referred to as PortsToronto.

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To obtain additional copies of this report please contact: PortsToronto Communications and Public Affairs Department 60 Harbour Street Toronto, Ontario, M5J 1B7 Canada Phone: 416 863 2075 E-mail: [email protected]

Table of Contents About PortsToronto 4 Mission and Vision 5 Message from the Chair 6 Message from the Chief Executive Officer 8 Corporate Governance 12 Business Overview Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport 14 Port of Toronto 18 Outer Harbour Marina 22 Real Estate and Property Holdings 24 Four Pillars 26 City Building 27 Community Engagement 30 Environmental Stewardship 40 Financial Sustainability 44 Statement of Revenue and Expenses

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Celebrating 225 years of port activity 46

About PortsToronto The Toronto Port Authority, doing business as and hereinafter referred to as PortsToronto, is a federal government business enterprise that owns and operates Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport, Marine Terminal 52 within the Port of Toronto, the Outer Harbour Marina and various properties along Toronto’s waterfront. Responsible for the safety and efficiency of marine navigation in the Toronto Harbour, PortsToronto also exercises regulatory control and public works services for the area, works with partner organizations to keep the Toronto Harbour clean, issues permits to recreational boaters and co-manages the Leslie Street Spit site with partner agency the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority on behalf of the provincial Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry. PortsToronto is committed to fostering strong, healthy and sustainable communities and has invested more than $10 million since 2009 in charitable initiatives and environmental programs that benefit communities and organizations along Toronto’s waterfront and beyond. PortsToronto is financially self-sufficient, as required under the Canada Marine Act, and its activities and operations are not funded by taxpayers.

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PortsToronto’s mission is to effectively manage Billy Bishop Airport, the Port of Toronto, the Outer Harbour Marina and its real estate properties on a self-sustaining basis, allowing PortsToronto to reinvest funds into marine safety, environmental protection, community programming and transportation infrastructure. Through the successful pursuit of this mission, PortsToronto plays an important city-building role in the economic growth and sustainable future of Toronto.

As a guardian and steward of Toronto’s waterfront resources, PortsToronto works closely with the broader waterfront community to ensure these assets will provide prosperity and enjoyment for future generations.

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Message from the Chair

10th year of profitability 225th Anniversary of the Port of Toronto

Focus on Sustainability

Leading edge of good governance

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