Toronto Pearson’s CEO, Deborah Flint, joined other infrastructure leaders on a panel discussion at the Canada 360˚ Economic Summit to advocate for investments in Canada’s airports.
Air cargo has kept goods moving during the pandemic and Toronto Pearson has played an integral part in Canada’s supply chain. Ms. Flint stated that Canada must invest in airports, or create an environment where alternative funding options for smart infrastructure are possible, in order to avoid risk of losing a key ingredient to our nation’s success and competitive advantage — reliable, frequent access to the world.
It’s important to make investments in the future of air connectivity now, as many other G7 nations have, both for supply chain resilience and to avoid weakening air access for Canada, which will hamper economic growth.
To learn more, read the press release.