As Canada’s largest airport, we want to have a positive impact in the communities around us. That is why we invest in community-building initiatives through the Propeller Project, our community investment program.
The Propeller Project supports organizations and projects working in local neighborhoods to create stronger, healthier and happier communities.
Last week, we provided support in the pursuit of meaningful employment for new Canadians and young adults at the virtual 11th annual Speed Mentoring event. The event is arranged through our partnership with ACCES Employment, a leader in connecting jobseekers from diverse backgrounds with leading employers.
Mentors spoke with jobseekers in the region to share experiences and advice on entering the Canadian job market. Events such as these act as a valuable tool in tackling unemployment and underemployment and are one of many ways we ensure we stay connected with our local communities and give back.
Congratulations to our partner, ACCES Employment, on a successful Speed Mentoring marathon, and a big thank you to all the mentors and mentees for participating!