At least 50 homeless people live inside the airport’s Terminal B, which anyone can get into without passing through security, sources said.
On one night last week, men and women were sacked out on cardboard that they had spread out over warm vents on the floor, a reporter observed. Others were curled up on chairs near Air Canada while televisions blared above their heads. A few were bunched together in couples, but most were solo and kept their distance from others.
Meanwhile, passengers tried to keep as far away as possible while they waited for their flights.