The Atlantic Pilotage Authority and the Halifax Mission to Seafarers celebrated the Atlantic Pilotage Authority’s 45th Anniversary and the Halifax Mission to Seafarers’ 75th Anniversary.
The Atlantic Pilotage Authority (APA) provides a valuable and necessary service to the marine community in Atlantic Canada. The highly skilled marine pilots employed by the APA make a vital contribution to the protection of the environment, to safeguarding the lives of mariners, and to preserving and promoting the economic wellbeing of ports in Atlantic Canada.
We at the Mission to Seafarers are grateful to our community partners and donors for their financial support which is crucial to our ability to continue to provide much-needed services to seafarers visiting the Port of Halifax. The Atlantic Pilotage Authority is a critical resource and we are most appreciative of their significant on-going support.
Pictured above are: Mission Manager, Helen Glenn; Chaplain, Rev. Maggie Whittingham-Lamont; Mayor Mike Savage; CEO, Atlantic Pilotage Authority and Chair of the MtS Board, Captain Sean Griffiths; Chair of the Atlantic Pilotage Authority Board, L. Anne Galbraith; Vice-Chair of APA Board, Patricia Mella; with CEO of the Port of Halifax, Karen Oldfield.