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The TSA Recorded The Highest Number Of Passengers In A Year Over The Weekend

The number has been in the millions for days in a row. ✈
The TSA Recorded The Highest Number Of Passengers In A Year Over The Weekend

The COVID-19 pandemic ruined millions of travel plans in 2020, but it seems many are not having it in 2021.

This past weekend posted the highest number of passengers screened by the TSA in nearly a year, as Friday saw 1,357,111 passengers travel through security checkpoints.

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That number, while still lower than what it was on the same date in 2020, far exceeds the slowest travel day of the past year, April 14, which only saw 87,500 passengers.

Sunday marked the fourth consecutive day the number of screened passengers exceeded 1 million, which has not happened since December 2020.

As more people are vaccinated across the United States travel is slowly increasing, indicating a possible recovery of the airline industry after losing more than $35 billion in 2020 according to CNBC.

Canada's COVID-19 Benefits Are Still Available & Some Can Be Claimed For Up To 38 Weeks

Recovery benefits and EI regular benefits were recently extended.👇💰

As the third wave of the pandemic continues, Canada’s COVID-19 benefits are still available to those who need them. 

In a tweet on Monday, April 19, Employment and Social Development Canada reminded everybody that some benefits have recently been extended so that Canadians can get paid for even longer.

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If you haven’t filed your taxes for the 2020-2021 year yet, it’s worth knowing about these tax credits you can claim in Canada.

If you bought a house for the first time this year, worked from home due to the COVID-19 pandemic or moved away to start a new job or attend university, you could be eligible for certain tax credits and deductions!

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The Feds Made A New Deal With Air Canada & Here’s What It Means For Canadians

Passenger refunds and the resumption of services are included in the deal. ✈️🇨🇦

The federal government and Air Canada have come to an agreement on a $5.9 billion aid package, which intends to help the airline refund more passengers and restore flight services to regional Canadian communities.

The new Air Canada agreement is provided via the government’s Large Employer Emergency Financing Facility program. 

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Industries across Ontario have faced rolling closures for over a year now, but one profession has been badly hit in particular.

Toronto tattoo artists have faced more closures than many other industries — and they say they're feeling it.

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