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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau addressed the public on Friday, January 29 to provide an update on Canada's travel rules

Trudeau informed the country that Canadian air carriers will be suspending flights to sunny destinations right away. 

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Air Canada, WestJet, Sunwing, and Air Transat are cancelling air service to all Caribbean destinations and Mexico starting this Sunday. Justin Trudeau

The suspension will last until April 30, 2021, said the prime minister. 

"They will be making arrangements with their customers who are currently on a trip in these regions to organize their return flights," he continued. 

Trudeau continued to thank the airlines for their leadership and for being "such strong partners in the fight to curb the spread of COVID-19 and its variants."

He said the government and the airlines agree that now is not the time to be flying. 

Dashcam Captures Toronto Woman's Disturbing Racist Encounter With An Angry Driver

A man can be seen yelling racial slurs and spitting at a woman.

This article contains graphic content that might not be suitable for some readers.

A Toronto woman has posted dashcam footage of her racist encounter with an angry driver to YouTube, and she told Narcity she plans to press charges.

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This morning, the Encampment Support Network Toronto (ESNTO) held a press conference outside Mayor John Tory's condo in support of "the 50+ encampment residents & defenders ticketed/charged for standing up against the City's brutal evictions," they said on Twitter.

On September 14, ESNTO informed their followers on Twitter to come down to Mayor Tory's condo on the morning of September 16. According to a news release issued on September 16, Toronto Police arrested three people today, and eight more are wanted for the protests against the clearing of the homeless encampment at Lamport Stadium back in July.

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The details of Saskatchewan's vaccine passport are officially here after being teased just hours earlier by the province's premier.

During a press conference Thursday, September 16, Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe announced that the province's vaccine passport is set to launch on October 1, following a rise in COVID-19 case counts and hospitalizations.

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