GTAA wins the first ever Mississauga Tourism Resiliency award

We’re thrilled to share that the GTAA has won the first ever Mississauga Tourism Resiliency award! The award is given to an organization that has shown resilience throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, and we’re proud to be recognized for our efforts during this challenging time. Lorrie McKee, Acting Vice President Stakeholder Relations & Communications, received the award on behalf of the GTAA.

Canada’s economic wellbeing is intricately linked to how well Toronto Pearson connects us to the world. Our airport is a key economic driver, located in the heart of the second-largest employment zone in Canada. Pre-pandemic we served 50 million passengers per year and facilitated $42 billion in GDP for Ontario.

Throughout the pandemic, we have learned just how vital it is to connect with each other in person. As recovery continues, our focus will remain on reuniting friends and family, bringing tourists to Canada, and contributing strongly to our hard-hit tourist industry.

We’re looking forward to helping our region, the province and the country build back better!

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