Starting August 9, fully vaccinated U.S. citizens and permanent residents living in and coming directly from the U.S will be allowed to enter Canada. As of September 7, fully vaccinated travellers from any country will be allowed.
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Due to government travel requirements, international arriving passengers should expect delays when arriving during peak times.
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Safety and security

Our safety policies

Toronto Pearson's safety policies

Toronto Pearson Safety Program

Airport employees share responsibility for the safety and security of each person at the airport. We aim to keep the airport free of accidents and hazards and to operate in a safe manner.

Airside Safety Week

Every year, Toronto Pearson participates in a week-long event to promote safe and healthy work practices for airport employees. In 2020, we went virtual!  

Reporting a safety concern

When it comes to air travel, you can never be too safe or too secure. If you see something that should be addressed, report your safety concern.

Eye on Safety

Promote a culture of safety and security at Pearson Airport. Read current and past issues of Eye on Safety, the Toronto Pearson Safety Program's newsletter for Pearson Airport employees.

Eye on Safety Awards

The Eye on Safety Awards acknowledges and celebrates a culture of safety and security at Pearson Airport. Employees can nominate individuals or organizations for one of three tiers of awards.

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