Toronto Pearson Marks Successful Summer Travel Season with an Innovative New Campaign


The Greater Toronto Airports Authority (GTAA) is launching its new marketing campaign At Your Airport this Summer to recognize a successful summer travel season at Toronto Pearson.

This campaign aims to celebrate and share Pearson Airports achievements over the course of the summer 2023 travel season, showcasing the scale of our operations and highlighting the smooth movement of people and bags.

Here are some of the numbers that are highlighted in At Your Airport this Summer:

1.12.6 Million Passengers:Pearson Airport welcomed 12.6 million passengers at the airport which is an increase of close to a million passengers from the same time period in summer 2022

2.8.3 Million Pieces of Luggage:Our team processed 8.3 million pieces of luggage which is an increase of over a million pieces of luggage from the same time period in summer 2022

3.100,000 Flights:Pearson Airport had an impressive 100,000 flights depart and arrive from our runways including more commercial, general aviation and cargo planes than in summer 2022.

4.4.0 Million Cups of Coffee:4 million cups of coffee were served at the airport, keeping people energized and ready for the next step of their journey!

We are proud of the successful operations that took place during summer travel season at Toronto Pearson said Karen Mazurkewich, Vice-President of Stakeholder Relations and Communications, GTAA. These numbers not only reflect the volume of passengers that travelled through Canadas largest, and most connected hub, but speak to the progress our employees and partners have made since summer 2022.

At Your Airport this Summer was designed to reflect flight boards and gates at Pearson Airport, and reflects our ongoing milestones for the year.

For more information on the campaign, follow along on Twitter.

About the Greater Toronto Airports Authority

The Greater Toronto Airports Authority is the operator of Toronto Lester B. Pearson International Airport, Canadas largest airport and a vital connector of people, businesses and goods. Toronto Pearson has been named Best Large Airport in North America serving more than 40 million passengers for five years in a row by Airports Council International (ACI), the global trade representative of the worlds airports. In recognition of its Healthy Airport program, ACI has also

awarded Toronto Pearson the Best hygiene measures in North America award for three years running, and Toronto Pearson was the first Canadian airport to receive ACIs global health accreditation for its response to COVID-19. For our corporate twitter channel, please visit@PearsonComms. For operational updates and passenger information, please visit@TorontoPearson/@AeroportPearsonon Twitter. You can also follow us onFacebookorInstagram.

Pearson Media Group Gives a Fresh Story About Marriage and Relationships and All the Things In Between

Pearson Media Group is the platform for certain writers to work together to develop and reach a broad number of people in a creative way. The media society allows all the authors to showcase their works, providing everyone hopes for reading them. The team worked with a talented writer, Daniel Zanou, and the book “On Love and Relationships,” giving all the possible lessons about marital dealings.

The book “On love and Relationships” was opened by Ben and his wife, Sika. Ben was an immigrant who failed in everything while his wife, a renowned psychology professor, has had all her life together. As a home authority, following a mental collapse, she followed his spouse. In their family company, the trucking sector, they traveled all across the nation, where they grasped the everyday life of the Americans.

The second section of the novel begins with the Robinsons inviting Sika and Ben on Thanksgiving Day. Alain and Elaine, Sika’s parents, were brought with them. They spent their days on the Robinson farm eating and drinking. Tim, who found his connection to Agathon, wanted to recreate the atmosphere and the moment his ancestor received the award with his tragedy. He suggested that all visitors talk about love and relationships. They celebrated and gave speeches on love and relationships for three days.

Guests talk one by one about love and shed light on marital affairs. Tim initially opened, and he discovered the three degrees of love. Rebecca, Tim’s wife, spoke about self-love. They focused on attachment and how love is manifested depending on the entropy level of the body. The dinner concluded on Saturday, the final day with Ben’s speech, when he revealed the affair he saw between Jeremy, the banned film star, and the Senator’s wife.

The book tells us that love is a term that many people misinterpret. We confuse it with attachment and use it occasionally with “like” in interchange. And the consequence is a flop of marriage and relationships. Children are becoming resentful, and our culture is upset.

In our contemporary age, the author, Daniel Zanou, seeks to portray a model of a married partnership. In this human civilization, where males have traditionally dominated, change is a difficult pill to take. Parents have taught their children that males must first arrive, and women must be behind. This approach worked when our civilization was still in the state of nature where life was impoverished, disgusting, brutal, and short. It was a time when violence and physical might solve everything.

You will undoubtedly be attracted to read this book, which talks about marital difficulties and how a couple overcame each and every one of these difficulties. This is a book that every married couple should have on their must-read list in order to have a better relationship

About the Author:
Daniel Zanou is a Christian philosopher and theoretical scientist. He carries on the works of the French mathematician and philosopher Rene Descartes. In science, he expands the works of the Austrian Nobel Laureate Erwin Schrodinger on the entropy of the body.

His research shortly began before he joined the French Navale Academy in Brest. Failure to secure the necessary funding to study medicine, he enrolled in Economics and Management classes after graduating from High school in 1998. He dropped in his third year of studies to join the Navy.

He came back to Togo to work with Lome Port as Port Officer and Tugmate. In 2010, he won the US lottery visa and emigrated to the US in 2012. He finally got an opportunity to study emergency medicine at Butler Tech in Ohio, enabling him to relaunch his medicine and quantum biology research.

In 2018 in Denver, Colorado, he took an oath and became a citizen of the United States of America. Daniel Zanou currently resides in Fort Wright, Kentucky, where he starts writing full-time.


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Pearson Media Group Gives a Cinematic Story of Kevin Murphy’s Book

Pearson Media Group’s dedication to bringing forth authors’ script writing into the best indie version gives it a reputable name in the industry. The team focuses on bringing to life the words that will inspire people to let their written manuscripts come to life. This year, PMG collaborates with author Kevin Murphy to get the audience a new look into what we popularly know about foster homes and kids.

Murphy’s book talks about Dakota Rivers, the main protagonist, who loses nearly all that in a fire at his former foster family and is sent to another children’s home. He encounters two other kids his age and becomes acclimated to a new affluent life; nevertheless, he soon realizes that not all is as it appears.

The book will tell us and also teach us many things in life that we might neglect when we talk about foster homes, kids, and family. Pearson Media Group hopes to bring into an excellent motion picture of how Dakota Rivers went through everything and all the journey he did in between.

Better grab “Dakota Rivers” in your best paperback version before it hits into the mainstream media soon.
“Dakota Rivers”
Author: Kevin Murphy
Date Published: June 17, 2020
Paperback: $20.99
About the Author:
Kevin Murphy was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and he had developed a talent for writing stories at a very early age in life.

Pearson Media Group Gives a New Sponsorship for Dee Arntz New Published Book

Pearson Media Group’s excellent good reviews in the field of digital media and marketing are truly remarkable. The team exerts extra effort to provide its audience informative and comprehensive content in motion pictures and digital mass media. In these coming months, PMG will again create a notable collaboration with new author Dee Arntz to be an inspirational widescreen theme from her newly published writing “Extraordinary Women Conservationists of Washington: Mothers of Nature.”

“Extraordinary Women Conservationists of Washington: Mothers of Nature” is a compilation of inspirational stories of different courageous women who, in one way or another, have contributed to the conservation of mother nature in Washington D.C. through their practices.

Women were instrumental in the establishment of the Washington Environmental Council and the Washington Conservation Voters. The state legislator Jolene Unsoeld spearheaded the campaign against Boeing and other major corporations to enact the state Model Toxics Control Act, a victory for the environment. Many of Washington’s environmental conservation triumphs can be attributed to the efforts of courageous women. Some of them are icons Bonnie Phillips, Melanie Rowland, and Helen Engle, who fought against the destructive of timber cutting. Polly Dyer and Emily Haig helped expand Olympic National Park, and coordinated efforts with establish North Cascades National Park.

Dee Arntz, the author and conservationist from Washington, tells these and other vital stories, demonstrating that the legacy of the state’s female conservationists is nothing short of astounding. Pearson Media Group hopes that these stories will serve as a great honor for every woman in the world that takes the initiative to help care for the Earth’s wellbeing.

“Extraordinary Women Conservationists of Washington: Mothers of Nature”
Author: Dee Arntz
Published Date: January 12, 2015
Paperback: $17.74

About the Author:

Deirdre Arntz has a certificate in wetland science from the University of Washington, a master’s in anthropology from San Francisco State, and a B.A. in political science from Boston College. She is a writer and a member of the Audubon Society, a former board member of Seattle Audubon, and former chair of that group’s nationally recognized Washington Wetlands Network. She has also served as a board member of the Washington Environmental Council.

Pearson Media Group Collaborates with A Verse Book That Will Make You Appreciate Your Body Parts

Pearson Media Group has made a reputation for itself in the business by providing people with the highest quality outputs in written works and presentations delivered on a digital platform.

The organization is a firm believer in the ability of writers to exhibit their skills, regardless of what industry they come from. In collaboration with a great children’s story writer, Ellie Oop gives you “Thank You, Me,” a definitive book for kids which teaches them how to appreciate things in a small and simple way.

“Thank you, Me” is a verse book for children that talks about how to be grateful to our bodies.

Ellie, the author, puts the gratification words in verses through books that are appealing to children.

“Thank You, Me”  is a smart method for young children and their parents to learn about their amazing bodies in a fun and engaging manner. There is a means in which the tale may assist a small person in appreciating and acknowledging the body that they have. In the book, there are little portions that touch the parts from their “Squints” which is the eyes, all the way down to their “Tickers” which is the heart.

Each of the small phrases has a beautiful smooth rhythm to it, that sways in poetic prose and aids youngsters in remembering the words as well as lulling and relaxing them to sleep. The graphics effectively convey the action taking place on the page.

Ellie’s illustration book is an excellent option for kids to read and learn. It also teaches them how to be grateful in some simple ways starting in their own body.

This is a great activity for young children who are learning about their bodies. Placing this as a wonderful addition to childhood right next to your children’s bookshelves will make them smile.

“Thank you, Me”
Author: Ellie Oop
Published Date: January 29, 2019
Paperback: $ 1.33

About the Author:

Ellie Oop created this illustration book one evening in the shower. She made her self-appreciation discovery while her hands were scrubbing her legs. Then her awareness of her silent, always-caring self-kicked in.