For those of you who are dreaming about exploring Europe but are on a tight budget, now is the best time to plan your European vacation. Air Transat currently has flights to Europe on sale as part of their Find Your Seat Sale.
Right now Air Transat has tons European destinations all on sale including popular destinations like Paris, Rome, Vine, Porto, Madrid, Bordeaux, Dublin, Glasgow, and Brussels. On Air Transat's website, you can find flights on sale departing from several airports across Canada including Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver, and Calgary.
Some of the amazing deals you can find are Montreal to Dublin for $596, Montreal to Venice for $675, Toronto to Porto for $592, Calgary to London for $654 and Toronto to Barcelona for $647. All the prices are for economy class and include taxes and fees, with departures from May 1 to October 31, 2019.
The Find Your Seat Sale is on until February 5, so make sure to book your flight now to take advantage of these seriously low prices! There are only 20 seats available for each flight, so you'll want to watch to act fast to get your tickets.
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There are currently 48 cases of a mysterious brain disease in New Brunswick that are under investigation and the condition is being called a "neurological syndrome of unknown cause (NSUC)."
According to the Government of New Brunswick, doctors in the province have been reporting people with "an unusual combination of neurological symptoms" since early in 2020. While an extensive investigation has taken place and continues still, they can't figure out a diagnosis.