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Relatives Of Victims Of Ukrainian Airlines Flight Shot Down By IRGC Begin March To Ottawa

Ukraine and Russia have accused each other of risking nuclear disaster by shelling the Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant, which the United Nations says should have a demilitarized zone declared around it. Western countries have called for Moscow to withdraw its troops from the plant, but there has been no sign so far of Russia agreeing …

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US Stands Out as Top International Destination Among Mexican Travelers

The United States is the top international destination among Mexican travelers, followed by Canada and Spain. However, New York and Miami also appear independently in fourth and fifth place alongside France. This US travel trend demonstrates a gradual recovery of consumer confidence towards the possibility of traveling in the short term, without the risk of …

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Canadian Transportation Agency didn’t fine airlines over compensation denial – National

Three years after new rules came into force, the regulator overseeing Canadian airlines has not issued any fines related to passenger compensation claims for flight delays and cancellations. The lack of action reveals a reluctance by the Canadian Transportation Agency (CTA) to exercise its authority on consumers’ behalf, says Air Passenger Rights advocacy group president …

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Air Canada posts $386-million second-quarter loss, sees ticket sales soar

Air Canada lost $386-million in the second quarter but saw ticket sales soar as travelers returned to the skies more than two years into the pandemic. For the three months ending on June 30, operating revenue rose almost five times to $3.98-billion as Air Canada flew more than 9.1 million people – 8 million more …

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As airfares surge, here’s how Canadians can find cheaper flights – National

For those who remain undeterred by the daunting lines and flight delays at Canadian airports, questions remain about how to save money on air travel amid mounting fuel costs and inflation. Airfares _ often the biggest line item on a vacation _ jumped 11.6 per cent year over year in May, according to Statistics Canada. …

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Alberta basketball teams’ flights canceled just hours before east coast trip – Calgary

Two Alberta basketball teams bound for the east coast to play in a national tournament in Quebec, suddenly had their WestJet flights canceled just hours before takeoff. Both the women’s U15 and U17 teams were booked on Toronto-bound flights from the Calgary International Airport at 7 am on Sunday, then heading to Sherbrooke, QC. However, …

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Pope says he must slow down or think about ‘stepping aside’ after Canada trip

Issued on: 30/07/2022 – 14:51 Pope Francis admitted Saturday he needs to slow down, telling reporters after a six-day trip to Canada that he cannot maintain his pace of international travel — and may have to think about retiring. “I don’t think I can go at the same pace as I used to travel,” said …

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Pope, Winding up Canada Trip, Visits Historic Churches

QUEBEC CITY (Reuters) – Pope Francis on Thursday visits two of the oldest Roman Catholic churches in North America as he winds up a trip to Canada centered on his apology for the Catholic Church’s role in the country’s notorious residential schools. In the morning Francis presides at a Mass at the Basilica of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupre …

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