The Halifax Port Authority and the Board of Directors are focused on growing business through the Port of Halifax. The Halifax Port Authority and Board of Directors are governed by the terms of the Canada Marine Act. We are uncompromising in our commitment to transparency and an open governance model.
Executive Compensation is determined by several factors including the performance of all three lines of business which are cargo, cruise and real estate. Executive remuneration is comparable to other industry professionals and is routinely reviewed by an independent third party. A summary of executive remuneration is outlined in the audited financial statements.
The primary business for the Halifax Port Authority is trade. It is essential that the HPA is present in national and international markets. This includes Europe, Southeast Asia, South America as well as the American Midwest and central Canada. The purpose of HPA business travel is to meet with customers and potential customers, Canadian embassies, consulates and government officials. Together with port stakeholders and three levels of government, travel is undertaken according to a specific business plan which reflects key targets and growth prospects.
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