Do you work for a local non-profit? Toronto Pearson’s community investment program, The Propeller Project, is actively looking to support projects that make our neighbourhoods stronger. Attend an upcoming information session to learn about new funding opportunities.

Toronto Pearson Commununity Investment Info Sessions
I’ve been working as a Guest Service Representative with the UP Express since it started on June 6, 2015.

I have many different responsibilities – I sell tickets, provide customer service, answer questions about all of the attractions downtown Toronto, validate tickets onboard the train and I also do regular safety checks on the platform.

The part of my job that I enjoy the most is helping...
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Find out where the road less travelled leads to on the Dalmatian coast in the new issue of AWAY Magazine – free in terminals. [ Link ]
“I manage all of the heating and air conditioning (HVAC) for the airport terminals and all of the outlying buildings including GTAA administrative building to the south Fire Hall. I make sure that everyone in our properties is comfortable from a temperature perspective – it’s a big balancing act.
My job also involves monitoring energy use, working with outside vendors and managing our...
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We're looking for Welcome Team members. Do you love to meet, greet and help people find their way? Then, join us for one of our volunteer information sessions on January 25, 2017. Here's how you can register: [ Link ]
Embrace winter with #AWAYMag’s guide to the Alps. Not a skier or snowboarder? Not a problem. Indulge in the highly regarded tradition of après ski. As always, AWAY includes a detailed guide to the airport, shopping and dining tips, and maps of both terminals. Pick up a free copy in our terminals before you fly, or read online here: [ Link ]
"I’ve been at Toronto Pearson for almost a year; I started January 5, 2016. This airport has always been my home away from home. I spent a lot of time at the airport growing up because some of my aunts and uncles were a part of the Air Jamaica team and we would come and visit them at Toronto Pearson when they flew here. Sometimes my family and I would be here at 2 a.m. to see their flights. My...
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Over the last year we have grown not just in terms passengers but also in the way we connect with our community – be it those that pass through Toronto Pearson on their way to a new destination, those who live in the community surrounding the airport, or the 40,000+ staff members who make up the Toronto Pearson family. We are proud to be the gateway to opportunities, new experiences, and...
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2016 would not have seen the success that it did had it not been for our world-class employees. More than 40,000 people contribute to the operation of the airport - from Firefighters to border agents, cooks to baggage handlers – each individual brings their own piece of expertise and passion. We profiled on a small fraction of the people who make Toronto Pearson great in our People of Pearson...
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“I previously worked with an airline and was with them for about 20 years before I became a chaplain. I had been involved in my church and studying theology when someone suggested I look into airport chaplaincy. To make a long story short, I knew God was calling me into service and found my role as a chaplain at Toronto Pearson in 2000.

A lot of people are surprised when they find out that...
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It’s an important day for air travel - follow Santa’s flight with the @NoradSanta Santa Tracker! #NORADTracksSanta

NORAD Tracks Santa
“I started singing about eight years ago. One day I was working in Terminal 1 and I saw a little boy in a stroller crying. His mother told me that he had been crying since they got off their plane. I started singing Humpty Dumpty to him and he stopped crying and looked at me so I started dancing.

His mom thanked me and asked if I could travel with them. She told me that I should keep doing...
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Toronto Pearson is here to ease the stress of travel. Whether its assistance from our cheer squad and the 40,000+ employees that work at the airport, finding a place to eat or shop, or getting a gift wrapped before a flight out, we are here to help! Have a happy #HolidayYYZ!
Toronto Pearson is here to ease the stress of travel. Whether its assistance from our cheer squad and the 40,000+ employees that work at the airport, finding a place to eat or shop, or getting a gift wrapped before a flight out, we are here to help! Have a happy #HolidayYYZ!
Our friends at American Express have a great offer for cardholders. Shop and save this holiday season at Toronto Pearson! Enjoy a $25 statement credit when you make a purchase of $250 or more at participating Duty Free stores.

Enjoy a wide selection of shops before take-off!
"In the tower, our role is to ensure the safety of all arrivals and departures in and out of Toronto Pearson. Our most critical function is maintaining sufficient room between airplanes to allow a plane to have the runway to themselves and exit the runway safely. I was planning to go to teacher’s college, and then my wife saw a newspaper ad for air traffic controllers. I was a little leery –...
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Cast your vote now and help shape the local community!

Toronto Pearson is proud to be contributing to the City of Mississauga’s new park, Danville Park, with an aviation-themed park feature.

We’re asking the local community to help choose a design and name of what will be a fun, plane-viewing platform located on the park’s highest pinnacle. Complete our survey now to have your say –voting...
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On Friday, December 9, 2016: 47 people received their Canadian Citizenship at Toronto Pearson. We are humbled by the opportunity to share this special event with Canadian Immigration and Citizenship as well as Institute for Canadian Citizenship Institut pour la citoyenneté canadiennefor the fifth year in a row.

This is a special moment for us as Saturday marked the one year anniversary of...
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Today, we hosted a special Canadian Immigration and Citizenship ceremony which marks the anniversary of the first government-sponsored Syrian refugee flight to Canada.

Hazel McCallion, Sheridan College Chancellor, Order of Canada member and former Mayor of Mississauga couldn't join us but wanted to share five things that make her proud to be Canadian.

1. Canada is a country with different...
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