Not at all what is advertised
The first thing you will notice about 407 ETR is their charter values. They want you to think, the moment you walk in the door, that you are going to be a valued employee.
However, after you've had a month or two to settle in, management is going to have maximum expectations from you. Do not expect to be recognized for doing a good job here; only a bad job. (By which I mean, you will not hear from management at all until you make a mistake, no matter how big or small.)
In addition to this, just doing the job you were hired for isn't enough. You need to be constantly, (and I do mean constantly), evolving every little thing you do or you will be reprimanded for it.
A majority of the people working here have never left 407, or have been involved with 407 for so long that they don't remember what it's like to work in any other place. If you don't match their ideals of how to run the place, you will almost certainly become an outsider. They are not interested in doing things any way other than what they're currently doing. There's a very big "old boy's club" mentality, including rivalries that go back several years with other departments, and/or managers.
If you are a person looking for a management/leadership opportunity, do yourself a favour and look elsewhere.
The only position I would recommend anyone apply to is the entry-level CSR position as it is unionized. Any kind of leadership position above this is not unionized, and you will be treated poorly eventually.
Free lunches, sometimes free outings
Zero work/life balance, minimal respect from direct management