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PortsToronto Annual General Meeting

By Tuesday, June 7, 2016 0 No tags Permalink 0

What do these people have in common?           None of them earns as much as this man. PortsToronto CEO Geoffrey Wilson According to Ontario's Sunshine List, Premier  Wynne made $208,974 plus $400 in taxable benefits last year. German Chancellor Angela comes in at the Canadian dollar equivalent of $307,263.54; UK Prime Minister David Cameron at $262,091.42 and our our Prime ...

CommunityAIR’s Letter to Marc Garneau

By Wednesday, February 10, 2016 0 No tags Permalink 1

CommunityAIR - working towards a clean, green waterfront                                               Sent by Email to marc.garneau@parl.gc.ca February 8, 2016 Hon. Marc Garneau Minister of Transport Ottawa, Ontario Dear Minister: We were surprised by a media report yesterday that you are encouraging the United States government to provide US Customs pre-clearance at Toronto’s Island Airport (sometimes referred to as BBTCA). While Porter Airlines may wish you ...

No Jets

By Tuesday, December 8, 2015 0 No tags Permalink 0

PortsToronto CEO Geoffrey Wilson sent the following message a short while ago to the waterfront stakeholder group that is part of PortsToronto's Environmental Assessment on the island airpoort expansion. December 8, 2015 Dear Stakeholder Advisory Committee Members: I am writing to you today to confirm our position and approach with regard to the studies and activities currently underway ...

The Globe and Mail on Adam Vaughan

By Friday, December 4, 2015 0 No tags Permalink 0

The following is the part of Jane Taber’s column in the Globe and Mail today, December 4, 2015, that describes the importance of Adam Vaughan’s position as parliamentary secretary.   The  article headline is Trudeau gives Bill Blair and Adam Vaughan posts – but not in cabinet. The complete article, accessible to Globe and Mail subscribers may ...

Talk to the Hand

By Monday, November 30, 2015 0 No tags Permalink 0

In the unlikely event anyone did not catch Transport Minister Marc Garneau’s reiteration of the Liberal Party pre-election and mid-election pledge to leave the Tripartite Agreement as is, he left no doubt this time. In an example of very clear communication, he said that nothing is going to change his mind. It appears that airport expansion ...

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