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The Small Business Finance Collaborative is a bunch of 24 mission-driven small business lenders, all of which give attention to aggressively growing their small business lending. In this session, a number of Collaborative members will share their development strategies and the way they were developed, providing attendees with a spread of approaches they can contemplate for their own organizations. Finally Grady Hedgespeth, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, shared how they CFPB … Read More

Coronavirus: What’s happening in Canada and around the world on Oct. 12

The latest:

  • Johnson & Johnson pauses COVID-19 vaccine trials due to unexplained illness in participant.
  • Canada Recovery Benefit begins for Canadians who missed work due to pandemic.
  • Officials urge caution over Thanksgiving weekend.
  • Cases show steady growth in most provinces.
  • Ontario’s long-term care homes neglected to focus on hospitals, inquiry hears.
  • Montreal looks to provide temporary housing in hotels as pandemic worsens.
  • New Brunswick updates outdoor mask guidelines for 2 
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Air Canada agrees to still take over Air Transat, but for much lower price



a large passenger jet flying through a blue sky: Air Canada will go ahead with its plan to buy up rival Air Transat, despite the drastic reduction in demand for air travel right now.


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Air Canada will go ahead with its plan to buy up rival Air Transat, despite the drastic reduction in demand for air travel right now.

Air Canada says it will go ahead with its plan to buy smaller rival Air Transat, but it will pay more than 70 per cent less than it first agreed to.

The two companies said in a release over

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Facebook bans posts that deny or distort the Holocaust | US & Canada

Facebook is banning posts that deny or distort the Holocaust and will start directing people to authoritative sources if they search for information about the Nazi killings, in the latest move restricting controversial content.

Company CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced the new policy Monday, the latest attempt by the social media giant to take action against conspiracy theories and misinformation ahead of the United States presidential election on November 3.

The

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From Argentina to Canada, Pan-American Electric-Vehicle Road Trip Now Possible

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Photo credit: Apple TV+ via YouTube

From Car and Driver

  • Enel X works on EVs and renewable-energy projects around the world and has installed more than 200 new charging points in South and Central America to make a really long West Coast journey possible for EV drivers.

  • The infrastructure expansion was made as part of the new Long Way Up television documentary, which sees Ewan McGregor and a friend (pictured

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Air Canada and Transat sharply discount takeover deal | News

Air Canada and Transat AT, the parent company of Air Transat, have renegotiated the terms of their planned tie-up, sharply discounting the price per share.

The move was prompted by the devastating impact of the coronavirus on the air transport industry.

The two Montreal-based carriers stated on 10 October that Air Canada will now acquire all shares of Transat for C$5 ($3.81) per share, payable at the option of Transat

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Air Canada slashes Transat buyout price by nearly 75% as COVID-19 hits traffic

FILE PHOTO: Calin Rovinescu, CEO of Air Canada speaks during a panel discussion on Cyber Security at the 2016 International Air Transport Association (IATA) Annual General Meeting (AGM) and World Air Transport Summit in Dublin, Ireland June 3, 2016. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne/File Photo

(Reuters) – Air Canada AC.TO has slashed its price to buy Canadian tour operator Transat A.T. Inc TRZ.TO, with the deal now worth about C$188.7 million ($143.86

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US restricts non-essential travel with Mexico and Canada: What that means

The Trump administration on Friday announced sweeping new travel restrictions with Mexico and Canada in the latest step to curb the spread of the coronavirus.

The restrictions suspend normal operations and processes for anything other than “essential travel” at land ports of entry along the U.S.-Mexico and U.S.-Canada border.

TRUMP ADMINISTRATION ANNOUNCES US, MEXICO LIMITING NON-ESSENTIAL TRAVEL ACROSS BORDER 

“These measures will protect the health of all three nations and

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Vacancy: Prices at NY hotels down $200 with more pain to come | US & Canada News

The Midtown Hilton has been closed since March. Same for The Edition, a brand new Times Square boutique. You can get a room at the Pierre, just don’t expect the full-suite of white-glove services that have made the hotel a Manhattan landmark since 1930.

Autumn in New York, a season so inviting that it inspired a jazz standard, is grim this year, with the city’s tourism market among the worst

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Should You Buy Beaten-Down Air Canada (TSX:AC) Stock?

Just a year ago, airlines were flying high, including Air Canada (TSX:AC) stock, which was putting the finishing touches on a successful multi-year comeback. Then the COVID-19 pandemic hit the world and the scene is now quite different.



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The global airline industry has been severely beaten in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak. The declining demand for air travel caused massive

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Why Air Canada thinks it’s time to drop mandatory quarantine when travelling

Air Canada is pushing to drop the 14-day mandatory quarantine period for travellers returning to the country in favour of a test-based approach despite multiple flights still landing in the country with COVID-19 positive passengers.

The airline revealed the idea in a social media post on Tuesday, saying that more than 99 per cent of 15,000 voluntary COVID-19 tests taken by international customers at Toronto Pearson International Airport have tested

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International couples plan reunions in Canada under new travel exception

Alia Youssef and Mohamed El-Sawah have been in a long-distance relationship for the better part of a year, though they live just a 35-minute drive apart.

Youssef lives in Windsor, Ont., El-Sawah in a suburb of Detroit, Mich.

When the Canada-U.S. border was closed in March due to COVID-19, they were forced to place many of the cultural and religious traditions important to their Egyptian, Muslim engagement on hold. Youssef

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Why Air Canada thinks it’s time to drop mandatory quarantine when travelling

TORONTO —
Air Canada is pushing to drop the 14-day mandatory quarantine period for travellers returning to the country in favour of a test-based approach despite multiple flights still landing in the country with COVID-19 positive passengers.

The airline revealed the idea in a social media post on Tuesday, saying that more than 99 per cent of 15,000 voluntary COVID-19 tests taken by international customers at Toronto Pearson International Airport

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Will Canada extend remote work past the pandemic? Here’s what the workforce expects.

Several months into the pandemic, some of the Canadian workforce’s concerns around remote work – as well as being in the physical workplace – appear to be dissipating. 

LinkedIn’s latest Workforce Confidence Index report, which is based on a survey of over 900 members from September 7 to 20, reveals how the worries of those who are working remotely or operating in physical workspaces have evolved since the pandemic began

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Air Canada is the latest airline to offer free COVID-19 insurance for eligible travelers



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Airlines and even certain destinations are continuing to roll out COVID-19 insurance packages.

Air Canada is the latest in a series of international airlines that are offering complimentary coverage for coronavirus.

In August, Virgin Atlantic introduced what it

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Eligibility rules for travelling to US, UK, Canada, 10 other countries

What are air transport bubbles?

“Transport Bubbles” or “Air Travel Arrangements” are temporary arrangements between two countries aimed at restarting commercial passenger services when regular international flights are suspended as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. They are reciprocal in nature, meaning airlines from both countries enjoy similar benefits.

The details of such arrangements are as follows:

1. Afghanistan

From India to Afghanistan

i. Afghanistan nationals/residents and foreign nationals holding

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Air Canada to offer ‘unlimited travel’ for one flat monthly rate

Air Canada is announcing a new flight pass, which is designed to give travellers greater flexibility and certainly for travel across the country.

In a release, Canada’s largest airline says that the new Infinite Canada Flight Pass will give customers the ultimate in flexibility and certainty for booking travel within Canada.

For one flat fee, pass holders will be able to book travel without blackout or booking restrictions, make changes

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Owner of Smuggler’s Inn is charged with helping seven migrants cross from US into Canada

Man who owns the Smuggler’s Inn in Washington state is charged with SMUGGLING illegal immigrants across the US border into Canada

  • Robert Boule owns the Smuggler’s Inn bed and breakfast in Blaine, Washington
  • The lodging sits right on the US border with Canada
  • Boule is accused of helping seven illegal migrants from Afghanistan and Syria cross into Canada by charging them for directions to a gas station  
  • The innkeeper strongly
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Britain and Canada impose sanctions on Belarus leader Lukashenko

SEOUL/OTTAWA (Reuters) – Britain and Canada imposed travel bans and asset freezes on Tuesday on Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko, his son and other senior officials, accusing their government of rigging an election and committing violence against protesters.

FILE PHOTO: Alexander Lukashenko takes the oath of office as Belarusian President during a swearing-in ceremony in Minsk, Belarus September 23, 2020. Andrei Stasevich/BelTA/Handout via REUTERS

The sanctions

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US man charged with helping migrants illegally cross into Canada



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A Washington state man is awaiting trial after being accused of helping smuggle seven people across the US – Canada border. 

Robert Boule  – who owns the Smuggler’s Inn bed and breakfast in the US border town of Blaine – is set to be tried in Canada, after he was charged by that country’s government with 21 counts relating to human smuggling. 

According

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