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Toronto Pearson International Airport
Summer is our busiest season for travel. This August, we are welcoming an average of 150,000 passengers per day! Whether you’re flying across the country or to another continent, find out how you can prepare for the best summer travel experience: https://torontopears...aign=summer_2017
Summer Operations
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Gizfrog - Hey, nice job, keep posting!
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Mark Mitchell - To Adrienne Kis Esther Kiss Sam Kiss Svet Kiss Vicky Kiss Zoltan Kiss
        
Toronto Pearson International Airport
"Seamless multi-modal options in the Toronto-Waterloo Innovation Corridor–from reliable highways to sufficient intermodal capacity–are critical for the future global competitiveness of the Region’s businesses." Learn about the role Toronto Pearson plays in moving facilitating over 300,000 jobs in this critical economic growth area: https://bit.ly/MOGSeries1
Movement of Goods Series Report #1
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Gizfrog - Ooh
        
Toronto Pearson International Airport
"ESA Communications Ltd. installs and maintains the public address (PA) system in the terminals and the intercom system that connects directly to security operations. Our main goal is to make sure everything is working properly, ensuring the announcements are heard and that passengers have the information they need.

We have over 150 microphone stations between Terminal 1 and 3, and thousands of intercoms throughout the airport’s property, it keeps us busy. If something is not working, I want to figure out why and fix it so that everyone gets the information they need.

I started working at the airport in 2005. I enjoy the atmosphere and the days go by quickly. This job is very hands-on, I’m either doing programming or troubleshooting in the field. Right now, we have a lot of upgrades happening.

Whenever I travel on vacation, I always listen to the announcements and am proud when it works well and sounds good. Even when I go to other airports, I wonder what can be tweaked and what could be done better. We have also worked on the PA systems in other airports. We just finished the job in Sudbury and we’re heading to Jamaica at the end of the year to maintain their system.”

- Dejan, Senior System Specialist, ESA Communications Ltd.

#PeopleofPearson #PearsonPOV
People of Pearson
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Irene Santiago - i expirence that the words are not clear,, reduce echo
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Deb Cricket Clark - Too bad we can't understand a word said when there. Too much echo.
        
Toronto Pearson International Airport
Good morning! It's #TailTuesday ✈️ Can you name these two airlines?
Good morning! It's #TailTuesday ✈️ Can you name these two airlines
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Keren Mitnadevet - Star Alliance and..........err.........no idea
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Toronto Pearson International Airport - The one on the left is a bit tricky. It's Star Alliance livery, operated by Avianca (formerly TACA). The one on the right is an Ethiopian Airlines plane 🇪🇹
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Gizfrog - Good heavens
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Rupy Bhinder - Star Alliance & Ethiopian airlines
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Viktor Skihar - Star Alliance and ethiopian airlines
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Harjit Singh Kalra - Star alliance alatalia
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Ahmadnadeem Shirzai - Very nice
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Marco Bovani - Ethiopian B777 And Taca A-320 Terminal 1
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Yasir Haqqi - Ethopian n star alliance 😉
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Michael Sbrocchi - Avianca/Taca (Star Alliance livery) and Ethiopian.
        
Toronto Pearson International Airport
#PearsonConnects you to your final destination – whether it’s across the city, or across the world. We work hard to provide accessible transit to and from the airport with taxis, buses, and trains: http://bit.ly/2uZTiPL
#PearsonConnects you to your final destination – whether it’s acro
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Gizfrog - Gorgeous
        
Toronto Pearson International Airport
Trust us, the parking garage is stunning right now, but you don’t need to drive through the whole thing looking for a spot. Reserve your parking space online and get your dad-bod to the beach just a little bit faster: http://bit.ly/2w6E5z1

#TravelHeroTips #ParkatPearson
Trust us, the parking garage is stunning right now, but you don’t ne
        
Toronto Pearson International Airport
On Saturday, September 23, get up close and personal with airplanes at Canada’s largest airport for the 10th annual Runway Run. Whether you sign up for the 2 km walk or 5 km run, we promise to deliver incredible views and life long memories!

This event supports Toronto Pearson’s community investment program, the Propeller Project, which helps great community-based initiatives take flight: https://www.torontop...opellerproject/#

Registration is now open and space is limited. Sign up today: https://www.events.r...te/?raceId=14678.

For more information, please visit http://www.torontopearson.com/runwayrun, email us at runwayrun@gtaa.com, or call 416-776-6786.
2017 Toronto Pearson Runway Run
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Marilynne Day-Linton - A very fun event!
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Frédéric Giguère - Jaimie 😋
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Caryl S. - Victor
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Maja Kitty Purr - Rebecca Galipo Amaral FYI
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Namrah D. Tahir - Allison Gomes omg wanna go
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Eric Wang - Luke
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Zak Martin - Isaac Chung Koulie Athens You boys should register for this.
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Halya Herah - Victoria Lawrynowycz
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Albert M. Tsui - Sumner Peirce Jeff's Journey
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Breandán Ó Mhaidín - Vittorio Em David Czernia
        
Toronto Pearson International Airport
“We are the first and last impression of Toronto Pearson because we are on the curb, so we better make sure it is a good one. Our people are always going above and beyond. That’s what “I Am Toronto Pearson” is all about. We provide customer service and directions on the curb because there are a lot of questions: Where is Viscount? How do I get to the UP Express? We want to make sure passengers get on their way smoothly. We monitor the arriving flights between the two terminals and we help move taxis and limos to where they are needed to help meet the demand.

We also look after the flow of traffic. We don’t want a lot of cars sitting on the curb because it can create a dangerous situation where people are loading or unloading their vehicle in traffic. If drivers are picking up, we check the flight time and advise them how long it will be, and suggest they wait in the Cell Phone Lot and come back closer to the time. The last thing we want to do is issue a ticket for leaving your car unattended.

The best thing about working here is seeing all of the different cultures coming together, it defines Canada. Everyone has their differences but we still have the same common goals in life and have the same things going on. That’s what I like about the job. It doesn’t matter where we’re from, we all have the same needs.”

- Kevin, MWO Supervisor, Commissionaires Great Lakes
#PeopleofPearson #PearsonPOV
People of Pearson
2 days ago
Caselyn Lay - Thank you for your service, keep up the great job .
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Wiz Kiss - I used to work yyz..all companies full of garbage very low salary, flipping off the contract yearly. So employees end up with out no benefits & NO increase salary beacuse of flipping off the contract all the time. Poor management ever!
3 days ago
Richard Brown - When will they build the last terminal wing at T1? It's very crowded and we are always waiting for a gate
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Nouroon Alam - Thank you for your hard work, god bless
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Stewart Juelich - Thanks for all your hard work and for caring for us passengers. As a regular traveller your efforts are appreciated. 👍
5 days ago
Alexsand Taylor - I am coming Wednesday
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Dexter Kirt Alexander - Blessings and keep up the good work as always. #PeopleofPearson!!
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Margo Savoie - not happy with air transat for cancelling direct flights from toronto to newcastle it makes my journey and my friends and family so difficult as we age so will neot travel with them as long as it is cancelled so sad
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Gizfrog - Nice one!
        
Toronto Pearson International Airport
If temperatures soar or lightning strikes, it’s safe to assume extra safety measures are in place to keep outdoor airport staff safe. Learn how summer weather affects flight and airport operations: http://bit.ly/2vpVcJH
If temperatures soar or lightning strikes, it’s safe to assume extra
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Chris Davad - Cheney Nicholas Fernandes
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Gizfrog - fabulous :)
        
Toronto Pearson International Airport
Always arrive early for your flights.

Actually, though. Arrive at least 90 minutes before a domestic flight and three hours before an international flight. We have lots of delicious options for dining, as well as top-notch shopping and lounge areas where you can relax before boarding. #TravelHeroTips
Always arrive early for your flights. Actually, though. Arrive at le
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Vincent Liou - LOL - I remember showing up to the airport on a weekly basis about 5 minutes before priority boarding - worked beautifully. Queuing is for the ill-informed.
1 week ago
Gizfrog - That's a new one on me :p
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Irene Santiago - ganda ng canada
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Walter Sickinger - The food and shopping prices at the airport are outrageous......
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Gherardo Pannoli - Yes so good
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Toronto Pearson International Airport
Our region is growing, and Toronto Pearson has a bold vision to help manage the number of travellers passing through Southern Ontario. We view enhanced access to transit at the airport as a priority. Learn more about the partners who will help turn this vision for the region into a reality: http://bit.ly/2uZTiPL. #PearsonConnects
Our region is growing, and Toronto Pearson has a bold vision to help m
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Gizfrog - My goodness :)
        
Toronto Pearson International Airport
See the country on your way from the check-in counters in Terminal 1 to the security line with our newest art installation.

Starting today, artwork from Vibe Arts’ 150+ Reasons We Love Canada mural project will be on display in the terminal. The artwork was made by children from across the country and represents what the country means to them – a perfect way to honour #Canada150.

Toronto Pearson is proud to support this great initiative. For more information on this project, visit https://150reasons.vibearts.ca/.
See the country on your way from the check-in counters in Terminal 1 t
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Jason Northwood - I was curious whether or not to bring luggage. Management says no problems. Union says big problems. I'll be listening to the union workers as they appear to be the only honest people at that airport!! If the airport management can lie easily to paying customers, I can't imagine the BS they're putting the workers in... Ugh!!
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Gizfrog - alrighty :/
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Mikks Cristobal - This is the work of art. 😁👍🏼
        
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Toronto Pearson is thrilled to be the Official Welcome Partner of the 2017 Rogers Cup, taking place August 5 – 13, 2017. Good luck to all the athletes!
Toronto Pearson is thrilled to be the Official Welcome Partner of the
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Gizfrog - Incredible :
        
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Rafael (left): I’m originally from Brazil but I decided I wanted to make a change. I moved to Canada, studied marketing, and began working in volunteer management. In 2015 I started this role. My father was a pilot and I grew up in smaller airports flying with him. Those experiences make this position very special to me.

Walter (right): When I was young I often travelled a lot, usually as an unaccompanied minor. I actually used to think that flight delays were fun because they gave me more time to explore the airport. After returning to Toronto from a long absence, I became a Welcome Team volunteer, and in 2016, a Coordinator.

Rafael: We have 250 volunteers and we’re hoping to have 300 by the end of the year. We communicate with the team regularly so that they know all about the changes at the airport. We also share any passenger compliments so that the team sees their positive feedback.

Walter: There’s a lot of compliments, too. We’re like the proud parents of this group. It’s moving that a passenger will take the time to write that thank you. It brightens our days when we can share it with the team.

Rafael: We have a diverse group of volunteers. Different ages, ethnicities, professional backgrounds, but everyone on the Welcome Team has a passion for helping people. Our volunteers often get attached to passengers, empathizing with their frustration of missing a connection of losing something, and working to find a solution. It’s moving when I see team members doing so many things just for the joy of being at the airport and helping people.

Walter: I’m motivated every day when I see our team smiling and interacting with passengers. Travel can be stressful and I like to know that I am helping to facilitate those smiles and positive passenger experiences.

Interested in the Welcome Team? Learn more: https://www.torontop...rs/welcometeam/#
#PeopleofPearson #PearsonProud #PearsonPOV
People of Pearson
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Kesh Dosanjh - Great Job... helping & enjoying... looking Forward to see YOU !!!
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Vicky Schick - Congrats, you are very special!!!!
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David Hogarth - It would be great if volunteers like them ran the airport. Then we wouldn't have the frustrations we deal with at Pearson
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Ramesh Arora - Admirable effort appreciate dear
2 weeks ago
Beata Dylan - I am so happy that I found this team ...Thank you guys 😀
2 weeks ago
Megan DeMatas - Walter and Raphael,my favourite duo.Love you guys!
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Dexter Kirt Alexander - Passengers is our Passion !!
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Jason Northwood - Hey you guys how's the strike and luggage moving going? Unfortunately I've booked an international flight that is connecting in Toronto to Europe and it gives me 1 hour to get on my Europe bound plane. Question is do I take luggage or not? As the airport management suggest online things are running smooth the union boss says 3 hour wait and it will get worse. What is one supposed to do as I have other connecting flights in Europe I really can't play the "find your luggage game". Last time my luggage ended up in an agriculture government warehouse and it took over 30 days for me to track it down and demand they release it to me... So luggage or no luggage for this current time?
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Clarence Gomes - Volunteers are proud of the work you do! Keep up the good work.
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Sharnie Sharz - I see you two....great job guys.
        
Toronto Pearson International Airport
Performing at #YYZLive tonight is Rosy Cervantes y La Sana Rabia, a Toronto based band accelerating from Toronto’s best kept secret into a stunning band delivering galvanizing live performances. Rosy is a powerhouse of sound, with a voice that shares the emotions of the songs she writes and sings.
YYZ Live
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Gizfrog - Precious.
        
Toronto Pearson International Airport
On Friday, we welcomed our newest carrier from sunny Mexico – Interjet. 🇲🇽️ ☀️ With 4x weekly non-stop flights to Mexico City and Cancun, they’ll get you to your next dream vacation in comfort on their A320.
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Richard Burns - Gemma Burns
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Karen Aguiar Johnson - Great news!
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Adriana Ruiz - My nephew came with interjet
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Marissel Zebadúa Fuentes - Ana Belen Pola Espinosa Cecilia R Catalan 😁
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Ryan Hantz - I believe they are all Red Eye flights are they not?
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Gizfrog - Gosh :)
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Manon Lanteigne - Ir nice but i trying to reach them in canada..and no phone number
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Vio Ludusan - I saw it there today. It would be cool of they brought their Sukhoi 100
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Toronto Pearson International Airport
Your travel experience starts at home. That’s why we’re constantly working to make access to Pearson more efficient and sustainable with initiatives like the UP Express and Terminal Link: http://bit.ly/2uTDZKT. #PearsonConnects
Timeline Photos
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Omotola Falowo Davies - Place help me
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Shannen MacRae - Question... what are you helping swissport to sneak in untrained employees with limited security checks??
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Gizfrog - Thumbs up!
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Carol Merchant - Question. How come you don't have the TSA PreCheck Program at Pearson ? I flew home to Toronto to visit family a couple of weeks ago and was flying back home to Boston and I had to go through security the regular way even though I enrolled in the PreCheck Program ? It was very annoying !!
        
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I have a nostalgia for Greyhound Bus. My dad was an Edmonton police officer and he started a company that provided security and janitorial services at the Edmonton bus station. Every time a Greyhound bus drove by us in the car my dad would say “kiss that bus, girls,” and we’d all blow kisses as it drove by.

I grew up in the bus depot, pretty much. We are a family business and it has been forty years working with Greyhound. It’s been four years for me and I love my job. I love working with people. I am a contractor for Greyhound, working as a Director, managing the staff here at Greyhound’s Toronto Pearson location. If your bus was late and you missed a flight, or you need to make a connection, we do whatever we can to make sure that Greyhound can solve that problem. I never want someone to say “that’s not my job,” so we are becoming airport experts to give passengers better directions in the terminals.

Pearson is becoming a main transportation hub so it’s exciting for us to be able to serve a whole new type of traveller. We’re seeing international passengers connecting to local communities outside the GTA or domestic visitors who are trying to travel the last leg of their journey. We also help with luggage forwarding anywhere in North America—more than 3,800 Greyhound locations. If something gets left behind or your luggage is overweight, we can take those bags and get them to their destination. Greyhound has only been operating here since April, but we’re very excited to be part of the team at Toronto Pearson.

- Whitney Cliff, Director, DC Synergy (Agent for Greyhound Bus Lines) #PeopleofPearson #PearsonPOV
People of Pearson
2 weeks ago
Jaga Sky - Rudest company I ever dealt with! Over charged my ticket from the price I was told charging me 3 times the original price and claiming it to be my fault. Would of understood if it was taxes or something but 3 times the price is NOT taxes. Refused at first to refund until I treatened to call my creditcard company and call the media and file a complaint. Got my money back fast then.
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Arlynn Alcantara - Tiffany does a great job!!! Thanks to you and ur staff for all your help and patience!
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Dee Alessandra - I've been left stranded at 5am in Peterborough while the driver let on people that did not have valid tickets but yet proceeded to insist that I had to get off because I was the ONLY passanger with a ticket that had a "layover" for an hour in Peterborough yet the station is closed at 5am. So the driver told me to hitch a cab. After crying hysterically for 5min with my boyfriend on the phone, the driver comes out of the door hanging his body out and yelling at me to come back In AND THIS IS AFTER MAKING A SCENE FOR ME TO GET OFF. Obviously desperate to not be stranded at 5am in a very sketchy area.. I went back on. Humiliated and embarrassed. Greyhound is the worst company I have ever rode with and that experience alone has said enough about how much they care about their customers.
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Gord Palfrey - With the strike in play expect the busses to do well...wish u could've included a number but google works...just sayin
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Anas El-khatib - I've taken Greyhound for over 7years now. Services have improved tremendously. Some people won't notice it because they don't take it as often as I do. The bus service is as good as driving by car with respect to timing. You need to avoid rush hour times Greyhound eta info is estimated based on previous elapsed times in the last decade. While sometimes accurate other days you have to deal with collision delays. When it comes to customer service it really depends on station managers. Some are amazing and some just don't give a second of decency. My worst experience was dealing with the Toronto downtown manager. He did not handle well answering reason for delays and gave a pregnant woman a hard time. There is more to say about Greyhound but I'm they are improving.
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Louis Robertson - Greyhound USA very rude employees and buses are bad some break down so much.About half fleet needs replaced greyhound in last 10 years buys a few buses here and there unlike old days like 1992 they ordered 1400 buses and arrived over a six year period.If your bus begins with a 6 and it is four digits it is from 90s and has a few million miles lol
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Gwen Lynn - Maybe in Canada. .but here in the states..all they do is steal your luggage and then sell what they don't want to Unclaimed Baggage in Alabama. Shameful company.
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Rikki Buffalino - Hahahaaa, I would rather get there by butt sliding all the way on crushed glass than deal with the inadequacies and theft rampant at greyhound. Worst transportation company ever.
3 weeks ago
Sunny Ma - Some people don't say that is horrible. Greyhound is a good new at Toronto airport to go anywhere in Canada around Ontario and go through to Quebec also. There have US service too from Toronto airport Canada side. You don't worry about driving cars problem right now and it's so convince then before. Like when I was a child I'm always go to the car with my parents long time ago. Now today is so so so convince to have UP (Union Pearson express) to connect from airport to downtown Toronto. But not connected to Mississauga when I lived when I was a child. It have Greyhound go to Domestic and US side from Toronto airport. When they arrived outside Canada any other countries person and inside Canada domestic flight they can choose to take Greyhound bus around Ontario and though to Quebec and the cross to US also is a good things to go.
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Pakesh De - Does greyhound service montreal?. I hear stories that you and megabus have *bought* the rights to certain cities so if I want to go to say ottawa, only you go there where as montreal it is megabus.
        
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Announcing this week’s #YYZLive lineup! Upcoming performances by Bryce Jardine, KRISTIN FUNG, and Joy Thompson Music. Full details here: http://bit.ly/2gZvvvS
Announcing this week’s #YYZLive lineup! Upcoming performances by Bry
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Lily Ru - 感谢!这个分享有意思!Lily Ru of an Online Chinese School (Everywhere)
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Monika Boszormenyiova - well maybe you guys schould reconsider the dress code when certain ladies singing..... omgosh !!!!!! about 3 weeks ago , the lady looked like ready for her night shift after singing at the arrivals !!! not good not good .....
3 weeks ago
Gizfrog - Gosh :/
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Meryle Lee Kates - TOOO loud! This airport at rush hour is bedlam anyway. Adding loud music no one can escape from is crazy!
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KRISTIN FUNG - Airports are my favourite places in the world to make music. Thank you Toronto Pearson International Airport!
        
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The GTHA is the most congested region in Canada, resulting in 52 million hours of additional commuting time.

Toronto Pearson’s proposed regional transit centre will help to address congestion issues, while reducing regional GHG emissions and providing better access to local employment.

Read more about the cost of congestion in the GTHA in the Canadian Chamber of Commerce report published today, 10,0000 years stuck in traffic: http://bit.ly/2tfCIK8
The GTHA is the most congested region in Canada, resulting in 52 milli
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Lina Mantini - Waste of 💰!!
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Gizfrog - visit Gizfrog.com
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Nancysu Herron-Joines - Started flying from Pearson in 1967, flew the 1st Air Canada flight out of there to LA.. last time up there was 2007.. I've flown multiple times since 1993-2007 regularly, enjoyed travelling to this airport..
        

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