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Punjab: Students spend three times on tickets, seven days in transit to reach Canada

Indian Express 25 Jul 2021
After her flight getting cancelled twice amid the ongoing pandemic, Harmanjeet Kaur spent three times the normal travel expense and 6 days to reach Canada from India to join her classes at a Montreal college ... Harman, who had completed one semester of her course online, had got both her vaccine doses before getting a visa to travel.
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A 76-year-old Jewish philanthropist from Los Angeles is one of the world’s most prolific Olympic ...

Cleveland Jewish News 25 Jul 2021
Marantz usually attends for three weeks ... He was a teen when his family traveled to Europe for a vacation that ended at the 1960 Rome Olympics ... “I loved it.”. The next time Marantz attended an Olympics was in 1976, when he traveled with his family — his wife, his parents and his toddler daughter — to the Montreal Games ... Pins from the 2008 Beijing Games.
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Vermonter return greeted at Claremont train stop

The Keene Sentinel 24 Jul 2021
Claremont has the only New Hampshire Amtrak station on the western side of the state and is the sole New Hampshire stop in Amtrak’s planned route extension to Montreal ... Maggie Hassan, said officials overseeing the U.S.-Canada border have a site plan in place that will eventually allow the Vermonter to travel to Montreal.
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Air Canada reports improving but still large Q2 losses as travel demand rose

Moosejaw Today 23 Jul 2021
MONTREAL — Air Canada reported improving but still big losses in the second quarter as travel demand started to rise. The Montreal-based company says it lost $1.17 billion or $3.31 per diluted share, compared with a loss of $1.75 billion or $6.44 per share a year earlier.
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Air Canada anticipating recovery in demand as travel restrictions are eased (Business)

Castanet 23 Jul 2021
Air Canada is anticipating a recovery in demand in the coming months as travel restrictions are eased and leisure passengers look to get away after being grounded by COVID-19 ... Based on what we are seeing in other markets that are further along in reopening in Canada, we anticipate travel will resume at a quickening pace.".
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'Misguided': U.S.-Canada border state lawmakers frustrated by ongoing travel restrictions

Wellsville Daily Reporter 22 Jul 2021
Leaders of Northeastern states along the U.S.- Canada border have expressed concern and frustration over the White House's ongoing restrictions on non-essential travel ... citizens and permanent residents would be eligible to travel into the country as of Aug ... Traveling to Montreal when the border reopens? What Vermonters should know ... travelers.
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Olympics: Kishen Narsi, the Man Who Saw Champions Stand Tall Inside the Ring from Close Quarters

Yahoo Daily News 22 Jul 2021
Read full article. Nandakumar Marar. 22 July 2021, 3.02 am·6-min read ... He was not in 2016 Rio de Janeiro ... He recalled ... Narsi’s first glimpse of the Games happened in 1976 Montreal, when he travelled to Canada as a tourist to watch boxing action ... We travelled to the Olympics from 1984-1992 on official trips, skipped 1980 Moscow due to the boycott.” ... .
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The Jeffrey Epstein Cover Up: Pedophilia, Lies, and Videotape

Information Clearing House 21 Jul 2021
conspiracy to entice minors to travel to engage in illegal sex acts, enticement of a minor to travel to engage in illegal sex acts, conspiracy to transport minors with ... A 2005 flight log shows Epstein and Dershowitz traveling from Massachusetts to Montreal with a “Tatianna,” et al.
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Canadians ready to return to South Florida as COVID-19 restrictions ease

The Polk County Standard Journal 20 Jul 2021
Canadians are preparing to return to South Florida as their government eases months of COVID-19 travel restrictions ... “Clearly, Canadians have historically spent a lot of winters traveling down south for warmer destinations — it’s the natural thing to want to do,” CEO Stephen Jones said in a telephone interview Friday.
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Kaptoum latest hero for first-place Revolution

The Sun Chronicle 20 Jul 2021
FOXBORO — Developing depth has been a key ingredient for the success of the New England Revolution thus far this season ... New England (8-3-3, 27 points) has been atop the Eastern Conference since May 16. The Revolution return to Foxboro for a Sunday 6 p.m. kickoff against Montreal after traveling to Miami for a Wednesday match ... “I feel very good ... .
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Canada will open border to fully vaccinated U.S. visitors Aug. 9

Crains Detroit Business 19 Jul 2021
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's government presented a road map to reopening Canada's borders to non-essential international travel by the beginning of September ... Those rules will apply to travelers from other countries as of Sept ... Some travelers will be selected at random for a ...
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Canada sets Aug. 9 border opening for vaccinated US visitors

Finger Lakes Times 19 Jul 2021
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government presented a road map to reopening Canada’s borders to non-essential international travel beginning next month ... Those rules will apply to travelers from other countries as of Sept ... Canada’s borders have been closed to leisure travel for non-citizens and residents since the pandemic began in March 2020.
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4 places with the worst roads in North America

Purcell Register 17 Jul 2021
Montreal ... But its reputation for refinement doesn’t extend to its travel corridors. CAA rates Boulevard Gouin Est in Montreal as the worst road in Quebec due to its large number of potholes, and the stretch of Highway 40 heading into Montreal is one of the nation’s worst bottlenecks, according to CAA. And it’s not just a Montreal problem.
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'We're back': Montreal festival promoters happy to return but looking to next year

North Shore News 17 Jul 2021
MONTREAL — In downtown Montreal, it's festival season ... "Even though we have major constraints from the public health group in Montreal, we've managed to design a festival that can navigate through those constraints," Decarie said ... "And to have some online shows for the people who can't make it to Montreal or can't travel.".
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