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Canada OKs troubled Boeing 737 MAX 8 jets to resume service this week

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Boeing’s troubled 737 MAX 8 jets can resume flying in Canadian airspace this week. Transport Canada deemed the grounded jets airworthy and said it will lift the ban on flying the jets on Wednesday, which will allow Canadian airlines to begin operating them once more. READ MORE: Boeing 737 MAX could soon return to Canadian skies as officials OK design changes Aviation authorities around the world grounded the jets roughly 20 months ago following devastating twin air crashes just months apart that killed just shy of 350 people. Fatal flaws in some of the aircraft sensors were shown to […]

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Man shot by OPP in City of Kawartha Lakes dies week after incident that killed boy, 1: SIU

Man shot by OPP in City of Kawartha Lakes dies week after incident that killed boy, 1: SIU

Ontario’s police watchdog says a man has died nearly a week after being shot by provincial police in an incident that also left his one-year-old son dead in the City of Kawartha Lakes, Ont. The Special Investigations Unit says the 33-year-old man died in hospital on Wednesday night. His name was not released.  A post-mortem is scheduled for Friday morning in Toronto, the SIU said. Read more: SIU continues investigation into shooting death of abducted 1-year-old in Kawartha Lakes The agency has said on the morning of Nov. 26, three police officers opened fire on the man after his […]

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Operation Clear Track going virtual this year for Rail Safety Week

Operation Clear Track going virtual this year for Rail Safety Week

Law enforcement agencies in London and across North America are joining forces for another year to educate the public on rail safety. Operation Clear Track, which happens annually during Rail Safety Week, aims to reduce the number of railway crossings and trespassing incidents in Canada and the U.S. “Railway tracks have the potential to be dangerous places,” says Sgt. Sean Harding of the London Police Service, Traffic Management Unit. “Whether you are a motorist, cyclist or pedestrian — do not trespass on railway tracks or property. Cross only at designated locations, and when crossing the tracks — pay attention, […]

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Halifax airport to implement temperature screenings next week

Halifax airport to implement temperature screenings next week

On Sept. 23, the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority (CATSA) will begin temperature screening at Halifax Stanfield as part of its response to COVID-19. According to CATSA, the screenings are for both passengers and airport workers entering the secure area at Halifax Stanfield. A spokesperson for the airport, Tiffany Chase, said the temperature screening is already in place at the four largest Canadian airports — Montreal, Toronto, Calgary and Vancouver — and is now being launched at the next 11 busiest airports, including Halifax Stanfield, on Sept. 23. Read more: Nova Scotia hits 10th straight day with no new […]

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