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I’ve been in the Pass Permit office for twenty years now. I think that what attracted me was that I was afraid to fly. I wanted to get over it.

At Toronto Pearson, we issue all the employee IDs for the airport. Every airport has their own pass office, but your clearance and pass need to be issued from the airport that you’re based in. A brand-new employee needs to complete the Transportation Security Clearance (TSC) Application, which will get them their RAIC—the Restricted Access Identification Card. The RAIC is a biometric security access card that is used each time an employee enters a secure area of Toronto Pearson. Without a RAIC or an escort, you have to be a passenger going through security to get through.

It’s a very fast-paced, hectic environment. Although I’ve worked here for twenty years, every day there can be a situation I’ve never seen before. A lot of the time it’s how people interpret things. It’s a communication between the employer, the new employee, Transport Canada and our office to get that person’s security clearance. We run vetting clinics every morning to help new employees learn how to complete the TSC Application correctly.

The application process can be very complex at times, so it’s very satisfying when someone comes in and everything is perfect. We work with Transport Canada, who approves each application for security clearance, finger printing and chronicling the history of new employees. When those staff are approved, we take their biometric scans and issue them their identification. We see a lot of smiles then!

We want passengers to feel safe, knowing that every employee has been screened and approved by the federal government. They can be secure in the knowledge that there is a safe environment here.

- Susan, Pass Permit Clerk, GTAA
#PeopleofPearson
People of Pearson
6 hours ago
- Hi Susan😍
1 day ago
- I need work at airport
1 day ago
- I love Canada <3
        
Toronto Pearson International Airport
I’ve been in the Pass Permit office for twenty years now. I think that what attracted me was that I was afraid to fly. I wanted to get over it.

At Toronto Pearson, we issue all the employee IDs for the airport. Every airport has their own pass office, but your clearance and pass need to be issued from the airport that you’re based in. A brand-new employee needs to complete the Transportation Security Clearance (TSC) Application, which will get them their RAIC—the Restricted Access Identification Card. The RAIC is a biometric security access card that is used each time an employee enters a secure area of Toronto Pearson. Without a RAIC or an escort, you have to be a passenger going through security to get through.

It’s a very fast-paced, hectic environment. Although I’ve worked here for twenty years, every day there can be a situation I’ve never seen before. A lot of the time it’s how people interpret things. It’s a communication between the employer, the new employee, Transport Canada and our office to get that person’s security clearance. We run vetting clinics every morning to help new employees learn how to complete the TSC Application correctly.

The application process can be very complex at times, so it’s very satisfying when someone comes in and everything is perfect. We work with Transport Canada, who approves each application for security clearance, finger printing and chronicling the history of new employees. When those staff are approved, we take their biometric scans and issue them their identification. We see a lot of smiles then!

We want passengers to feel safe, knowing that every employee has been screened and approved by the federal government. They can be secure in the knowledge that there is a safe environment here.

- Susan, Pass Permit Clerk, GTAA
#PeopleofPearson
I’ve been in the Pass Permit office for twenty years now. I think th
2 days ago
- Great smiles from everyone........even on hot mornings!!!!
        
Toronto Pearson International Airport
Toronto Pearson contributes about 15% of the GTA’s total economic output. Richard Florida, urban theorist, describes how our airport is driving economic growth.
Our Airport – GTAA Annual Report 2017
2 days ago
- Perhaps some of that money can be used to instal working cameras and guards in your parking lots! Someone’s vehicle was stolen recently from your Viscount lot and there’s no footage. Shameful!
        
Toronto Pearson International Airport
We are conducting a short research survey on bus transit usage in the Greater Toronto Hamilton Area. The survey, which is a part of an educational program that GTAA staff are participating in, is looking to better understand how Toronto Pearson could be used as a connection point for bus transit in the region.

Whether or not you currently use bus transit, we would like to hear from you: https://gtaa.wufoo.c.../prpz5nd0rnwmes/.
16 hours ago
- MiWay 107 or 7 24 hours please
18 hours ago
- Please tell TTC....terminal 1 is not the final stop for there bus driver or break stop...as staff are always late to work at terminal 3 because of this continue practice from the bus drivers .
23 hours ago
- Ryan Patak we gotta fill these out!!
1 day ago
- Live off Airport Road in Brampton. Needed to get to the airport which is 15-20 mins south in a straight line. Thought I'd take the bus. Route entailed 2 bus changes and would have taken almost 90 mins. I took a taxi instead. Ridiculous is an understatement. Huge improvements needed before I use it yet for an airport run I'd actually prefer the transit. It shouldn't be that difficult. It makes sense for the airport to be a hub.
1 day ago
- Have Go Bus go more East towards Durham or to Scarborough Town Centre, and re-arrange Miway schedule so that when you get off you don't have to run every single time to catch Up Express train.
2 days ago
- You need to connect Waterloo with CYYZ with GO Bus service for direct connection. A lot of people from here travel to Pearson and ends up paying up to $100/person for this 45 minutes ride to the taxis, Uber and RideCo that doesn't make sense.
2 days ago
- Mississauga needs to replace canceled bus schedule and needs to arrive on time or early.
4 days ago
- Brampton Transit needs to improve the express bus, doesn't run often enough
4 days ago
- If you really want to do something good.. well, stop the schedule at 23:00 and up, the go rails.. there still people that want to use BOTH trains and when you miss it. you have to wait almost 10 min... according to maintenance? the first time everybody believe that, now we know is a lame excuse... please. fix the schedule from the trains.. thank you
6 days ago
- I'm glad the 40 GO bus runs 24/7.
        
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Today, we kicked off the 46th annual Streetsville Bread and Honey Festival with our Board Member (and former Mississauga mayor) Hazel McCallion and our Community Manager Kathryn Hanford.

We're looking forward to connecting with our neighbours at the festival over the weekend of June 1-3. Come by and pick up a Bee Friendly Wildflower Mix seed packet. Shake the seeds in your backyard & watch the wildflowers grow! Learn more about our efforts to “Save the Bees, Save the Planet” #bnhfest
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1 week ago
- Kudos to Hazel. She's amazing.
1 week ago
- Nice
1 week ago
- Is there any place to get free plants , seeds in Mississauga?.... Just like free seed bank run by government?
        
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Air Canada is launching new service from Toronto Pearson to Providence, Rhode Island. Visit the Ocean State for some sea breeze and adventure! 🇨🇦🛫🛬🇺🇸
Air Canada is launching new service from Toronto Pearson to Providence
5 days ago
- would like to have an address for my gps
1 week ago
- Must leave at 11am. No gates any other time of the day XD
1 week ago
- Wrong. What you are saying is Air Chinada is launching new service from Toronto, Canada America to Providence, Mainland America.
        
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Every day, there are 1 million vehicle trips to and from the Airport Employment Zone. 🚗 We need to do something about congestion on the roads & get the region moving better. Phil Verster, CEO of Metrolinx, discusses transforming transit in the #GTHA: https://tpia.co/2jHNHbU .
Every day, there are 1 million vehicle trips to and from the Airport E
        
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"I came to Canada in 2000. I started as a security contractor at Toronto Pearson and slowly I worked my way up. In May 2016, I started in the Lost and Found. I told my boss, “I won’t let you down,” and it’s true. I’ve been here for nearly two years and I love it. I’ll always do my best.

I grew up in Albania, a heavily Communist society. From 1968 to 1974, we had to take a class to teach us how to behave in public. When to give up your seat on the bus, how to be polite, how to help an elderly person. They taught us that it makes your day happier, you feel more youthful and you are less stressed. Working in customer service, it’s so helpful.

When I see a person’s passport I like to greet them in their native language or talk about current events in their country. My favourite part of the job is returning an item—I love that part. Often, I don’t stay behind the counter, I’ll bring it out and give it to them directly. I like to smile at people when they come back, not just hand them something across the counter. These people are happy to get something important back, whether it is money, electronics or another special item. And it’s people from all over the world. I remember a passenger from Japan, he told me that he knew all Canadians were great people, so he knew he would get his laptop back. And he did.

Any lost item found inside the airport, whether in US Customs, Canadian customs or CATSA security after check-in, it will be brought here. If you lose something, always fill out a report on TorontoPearson.com and include as many important details as possible. Serial number, identifying marks, where it was lost. If it is brought to us, it will be safe until you pick it up. My role is to make sure that our customers get back whatever item they have lost, as much as is possible. That’s what I’m here for, Orion is here to help you."

- Orion, Lost and Found Coordinator, GTAA
#PeopleofPearson #PearsonProud
People of Pearson
3 days ago
- Thank you for doing a fabulous job and for treating people with respect and kindness a lot of people have forgotten how to be polite, thank you again good job God bless you
5 days ago
- good job THANK YOU for doing this it helps people & what more can you ask
5 days ago
- You are a good man and honest guy. God will bless you more for helping a lot of people
5 days ago
- He is honestly a great person does not leave until the job is done, hard to find people like that
6 days ago
- Taking pride in your work and thinking about how your service will be viewed by those you are serving. Hmmmm. I truly admire your humility and understanding of customer service. Would not be surprised to see you be rewarded with job offers. TPIA IS VERY FORTUNATE TO HAVE YOU. The idea 💡 of presenting the people of Pearson is a genius move.
1 week ago
- Proud of you,Ori.Wish you the best.A big hug.
1 week ago
- Please give this man a raise and a pension!!!
1 week ago
- Congratulations Orion. I have pleasures working with this gentleman back in 2001-2002. Awesome guy. Very helpful. Good luck buddy with your new adventure
1 week ago
- Congrats Orion. Good on ya. I did that job years ago as an info Agent and it's a thankless job that can cause you to do hours and hours of investigative work (if you have the time). What I found to be the most rewarding part of the job was reuniting people with their personal belongings especially those of sentimental value. You will do a fantastic job I'm sure. Good luck my friend. 😊
1 week ago
- You’re probably one of the busiest people at Pearson!
        
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06L/24R Runway Resurfacing - Progress Update (May 14, 2018)

Resurfacing of runway 06L/24R is progressing according to plan, with over 50% of the project completed to-date. Work has now moved to the east end of the runway. Visit the 06L/24R Project Page for more information: https://tpia.co/2HztbrH

FUN FACT: On average, we are milling and paving close to a kilometer-long section of runway every night, equaling approximately 1,400 tonnes of asphalt!
06L/24R Runway Resurfacing
        
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We are proud to be a Founding Ambassador and title sponsor of PPG Pearson Annual Spring Tree Planting Event! Thank you to the 200 people - our employees, friends and families along with fellow @ppgpearson members and the surrounding community – who came out to Claireville Conservation Area in Brampton today to plant 430 trees and shrubs. Through Partners in Project Green, Toronto Pearson employees and neighbours have helped plant almost 10,000 plants in conservation areas across the GTHA as part of Partner’s in Project Green’s Community Restoration Events. #ppgcelebrates10
We are proud to be a Founding Ambassador and title sponsor of PPG Pear
1 week ago
- Today My family planted 11 trees and shrubs
        
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Don’t arrive without a gift this #MothersDay. 🎁 She’ll love this The Body Shop tote bag stuffed with bath & body care products. Available in Terminal 1, domestic departures. #gotitfromher #YYZexperience
Don’t arrive without a gift this #MothersDay. 🎁 She’ll love thi
        
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"I started working in Air Canada Cargo's operation a year ago and I love it. Long before I started with Air Canada, I started working in a veterinary clinic. I’ve been at the same clinic now for 27 years because I really enjoy working with animals. As a part-time office manager there, I help the doctor do procedures, take temperatures, IV fluids, whatever needs to be done—I’ll do it.

In my first week on the job in Cargo I was offered the opportunity to do Live Animal (AVI) training. I didn’t realize that working with animals was going to be an option so I jumped at the chance because animals are my passion. With my knowledge, I can see what animals need and help them if they’re experiencing difficulties. We get a lot of cats and dogs, as well as horses, cows, sheep and pigs, on occasion. My specialty is with cats and dogs, but there are some of us who are very comfortable with horses, with cows or other livestock. We all pitch in because it’s important for an animal to feel safe and relaxed in transit.

I chose to work the midnight shift in Cargo. Every day is different. I could be building cargo pallets for shipping, breaking down pallets so that goods are ready for pick-up or I could be sorting mail. Every night, though, I check the Air Canada Live Handling Facility. I love my job here because I can help animals. If they’re here overnight, we want to make sure they have a normal lifestyle and sleep cycle. In the morning we go in around 5 a.m. to wake them up, walk them, feed them and get them ready for their next trip. People don’t know what to expect for the animals that are transported in cargo, and that can worry them.

Any animals in our facility are safe, secure and well-cared for. We have strict procedures to keep them safe, and we receive specialized training. There are a lot of people at Air Canada Cargo who have deep compassion for animals. There is always someone checking on your pet. Animals need comfort and support, and that’s what we do as humans."

- Laura, Station Attendant, Air Canada Cargo #PeopleofPearson
People of Pearson
1 week ago
- Laura you are a beautiful human and the animals thank you xo
1 week ago
- Thanks for sharing, Glad AC hired you and pleased you are in the position you are in. WIN. WIN.
1 week ago
- I dont know what to say but i cant take risk because my pet she is small breed (pug) and she get scared in loud noises ..i wanna bring her from india cz few months ago i came to canada due to her weight issue airlines said u cnt bring ur dog if she is more thn 10 kg ..this is really pathetic .she was only dependent on me n too much attached with me she thinks that i am her mother but unfortunately I couldn’t bring her in canada now i am feeling anxiety..it’s really hard to live without her i wanna go back to bring her over here (in cabin not cargo ) but the prob is she has 13 kg weight..if you have any solution please tell me
2 weeks ago
- God bless you Laura. And thank you for reassuring us that our pets are cared for and safe. Love from Trout’s human.
2 weeks ago
- I really hope this is true because I have heard otherwise.
2 weeks ago
- Good to see that people who leave cabins , can be happy in other departments
2 weeks ago
- Very encouraging to hear & know there are people like Laura tending to pets in transit - people who are experienced, qualified & caring! When all you hear about are the tragedies its very comforting to read Laura's post! Thanks for sharing & caring! ❤
2 weeks ago
- I am losing my job next year, (Company is closing) and knowing there are jobs out there that are life rewarding give me a lot of strength. I really need to update my resume! Dream job!
2 weeks ago
- Fantastic! Former Flight Attendant AC Animal lover and care taker!
2 weeks ago
- Laura you never cease to amaze me! You seriously rock and the animals you deal with are very lucky to have such a knowledgeable and compassionate person.
        
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The GTAA’s 2018 Annual Public Meeting will be held tomorrow, Wednesday, May 9 at 1:30 p.m. Live-stream will be available. Learn more: https://tpia.co/2KfW6iL.
        
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Next stop, Nebraska! Congratulations to Air Canada on their newly launched service from YYZ to the capital of the Cornhusker State, Omaha.
Next stop, Nebraska! Congratulations to Air Canada on their newly laun
1 week ago
- ...the beautiful movie dream of old Hollywood is coming in the contemporary reality !...by direct flights at Nebraska !..Oh !.. my god ...
2 weeks ago
- Keep 2 the link trains moving until midnight....The most stressful time of my night!
2 weeks ago
- Way to go Air Canada! 🇨🇦
        
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For the fifth consecutive year, we’re sponsoring the Mississauga Community Rides. Why the Rides? Because we value face time with our neighbours and know it’s important to show them that we’re about more than airplanes – we’re about connections. #PearsonConnects
For the fifth consecutive year, we’re sponsoring the Mississauga Com
2 weeks ago
- The cyclist on the ride ^_^
        
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Toronto Pearson and Magnusmode's MagnusCards digital card decks are guides designed to help persons with autism and other cognitive special needs feel welcomed and empowered when travelling through the airport.

These free, step-by-step audio and visual guides are available in English and French, and take passengers through common airport processes including Transferring Terminals with the Link Train, How to Access Free Wi-Fi, Lost and Found, US Customs and Border Protection, and more. Download the app for free by visiting https://tpia.co/2xjLSqT.
Toronto Pearson and Magnusmode's MagnusCards digital card decks are gu
1 week ago
- Good
1 week ago
- Adore the ideas that are in motion at our YYZ; making life easier. People friendlier. Simple things make someone smile. Those smiles are so wonderfully contagious.
2 weeks ago
- Nice
2 weeks ago
- That's great!! Would be great if u helped the rest of us too!! Anytime I've been at Pearson and asked for help.. received very poor service..non caring snooty attitude
2 weeks ago
- Yay Carla!!!!
2 weeks ago
- Very nice
2 weeks ago
- Beautiful as always ❤️
2 weeks ago
- Looking good Carla!!
2 weeks ago
- That is definitely a great idea...:-)
        
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Today, we’re kicking off the first of the 2018 summer Community Rides with Councilor Fonseca! Join us at the midpoint station with a view – the GTAA admin building – for some well-deserved ice cream and a chance to win an ultimate airport tour. http://www.mississau...a/rides/airport/
MCAC - Community Rides
        
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We have a dedicated Fire & Emergency Services team who respond to close to 5,700 calls a year at Toronto Pearson. Thank you to all the brave men and women for your service and commitment to protecting passengers and employees. #FireFightersDay
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2 weeks ago
- thank you guys
2 weeks ago
- Thank you for your service 👍👍
3 weeks ago
- Wouldn’t trade this career at this location for anything. Great employer. Airplanes and fire trucks doesn’t get any better!!!!!
3 weeks ago
- Nic
        
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Our 2018 Annual Public Meeting will be held next week, on Wednesday, May 9 at 1:30 p.m. Live-stream will be available. Learn more: https://tpia.co/2KfW6iL. #YYZAPM
Annual Public Meeting