The Port Hope Contractors’ Portal was created in 2013 by the Port Hope & District Chamber of Commerce and the Municipality of Port Hope.
The Port Hope & District Chamber of Commerce was founded in 1874 and represents the Voice of Business in the Port Hope community. The PH&DCC has been involved with the PHAI projects since 2009 and actively developing programs to support businesses working with the PHAI projects since 2011.
The Municipality of Port Hope is one of Ontario's oldest and most appealing communities, offering a unique country lifestyle with urban amenities—all an hour's drive from the heart of Toronto. The Port Hope Economic Development officer offers a multitude of resources and services to assist with your business location needs and to foster business development growth.
The Port Hope Contractors’ Portal was created in 2013 to connect businesses interested in working on the PHAI (Port Hope Area Initiative) Project. The Contractors’ Portal creates a “one stop shop” for large prime contractors looking to hire local businesses and workers and for smaller businesses looking to collaborate with each other.
The PHAI Projects represent a 1.28 billion dollar opportunity and we want to ensure Port Hope and Northumberland businesses are connected to this economic opportunity.
Our Business Directory is a comprehensive list of contractors, service providers and more. Click the link below to find a complete alphabetical list of businesses. You can also find contractors and services searching by category below.
Would you like to register your business with our Contractor Portal? By listing your business in the Contractor Portal you’re indicating an interest in working with the PHAI, project contractors and other contractors in the area.
Learn more about the Port Hope Area Initiative projects, the Darlington Refurbishment and other employment and service opportunities in the area. .
$1.28 billion being invested into the municipality of Port Hope and surrounding area for the implementation phase of the PHAI.
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With excavation of the first cell in the engineered aboveground storage mound complete and installation of the highly engineered base liner now underway, the Port Hope Project remains on track to start cleaning up the historic low-level radioactive waste in the Municipality of Port Hope in 2018.
Fieldwork begins this fall to test more than 800 properties as part of Campaign 2 of the Port Hope Project Property Radiological Survey.
Port Hope Chamber
58 Queen Street
Port Hope, Ontario