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Lester B. Pearson International Airport

Toronto is one of the most accessible cities in North America, nearby cities include Buffalo, Detroit, Chicago and New York. The Lester B. Pearson International Airport is located in the northwest corner of metropolitan Toronto 16 miles (25 km) west of central Toronto and serves more than 35 international carriers. It is the main Toronto airport for handling commercial and business flights. Allow 40-60 minutes to/from the heart of downtown, depending on time of travel. Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) provides express bus and subway service to the city center of Toronto. This is least expensive method of getting to and from downtown Toronto. You will find the stations in terminal 1, ground level, second curb, column R4 and terminal 3, arrivals level, third curb, column C12. MiWay, the local bus service within the City of Mississauga is located in terminal 1, ground Level, second curb, column S4. GO Bus and GO Train service transport their passengers to the city center of Toronto and surrounding suburbs. (Terminal 1, ground level, second curb, column Q2-Q4). Union Pearson Express takes only 25 minutes from Toronto Pearson International Airport to Union Station in the heart of downtown Toronto. The trains are leaving every 15 minutes and runs between 5:30am and 1am. Tickets can be bought at the ticket vending machines at airport, customer service counter in terminal 1 (arrival level) and onboard on the train. If you choose to take a taxi, make sure to take a licensed Toronto Pearson taxi or limo. Only authorized taxi company are allowed to pick passengers from Toronto Pearson. Taxi pick-up locations: terminal 1, arrival level and terminal 3, arrivals level. At the airport there are several car rentals such as Avis, Budget, Dollar/Thrifty, Enterprise, Hertz and National/Alamo. They are on Level 1 of the Terminal 1 and Terminal 3 parking garages.
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Public Transport

The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) is the quick, convenient and safe way to get around Toronto. The subway system is linked with buses and streetcars to get you around Toronto on one fare, provided it’s a one way trip with no stopovers. You can “ride the rocket” (as the TTC aptly describes itself) weekdays and Saturdays from about 6:00 a.m. until 1:30 a.m. and on Sundays from about 9:00 a.m. to 1:30 a.m. Get a transfer when you pay and you can make a free connection as long as you complete your journey within one hour. Weekly and monthly passes are also available at subway stations. Buses and streetcars are frequent and can get you from any subway stop to your final destination. Both are equipped with route and destination information signs. Schedule information is posted at most major route intersections. There’s a late night service called the Blue Night Network. Buses and streetcars run on most major routes (transit stops are marked with a reflective blue band) every morning from about 1:30 a.m. to 5:00 a.m. Service is provided every 30 minutes or less. Toronto is also served by the VIA Rail System, the network that provides all rail service throughout Canada (with connections to the Amtrak system through Niagara Falls, New York). Union Station is the name of the train station. It is located on Front Street, between Bay and University (across the street from the Royal York Hotel). The station is right on the subway line.
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Pharmacy

Pharma Plus Drug Mart and Shoppers Mart are two of Toronto’s main chains for medication. There’s often one in every neighborhood that is open 24 hours. If you’re in need of emergency medical care, call 911. Concierges at hotel desks can also recommend doctors. Some central pharmacies are located at: Central Medical Pharmacy 311 Sherbourne St, Toronto Hours of operation: Mon - Fri - 9am - 6pm www.pharmacy.ca Infinity Health Pharmacy 35 Lower Simcoe Street, Toronto Hours of operation: Mon - Fri 8am - 8pm, Sat - Sun 10am - 3pm www.infinityhealthpharmacy.com Shoppers Drug Mart - The Queensway:
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