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Climate change activist climbs on BA plane in London

A climate change activist has climbed atop a British Airways plane at London City Airport as demonstrations aiming to alert the world to the dangers of climate change enter a fourth day.
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What happens when travellers board a bus without knowing where they’re going?

Imagine boarding a bus with a group of fellow travellers, not knowing where your final destination will be. Could you do it?
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Power outages begin in California amid hot, windy weather

Millions of people in California woke up in the dark Wednesday after Pacific Gas & Electric started shutting off power to prevent what the utility called an unprecedented wildfire danger.
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Zurich Canada names new AVP of Travel Insurance

Zurich Canada has appointed Sanjeewa Goonetilleke as its new AVP of Travel Insurance.
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Sandra Oh hilariously pokes fun at Canadian stereotypes in Air Canada’s new campaign

Exactly how many Canadian stereotypes can you throw into a 90-second commercial?
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WestJet Vacations’ Tim Croyle set to retire this month

After 16 years as a WestJetter, Tim Croyle, Vice-President of WestJet Vacations and Cargo, has announced his retirement.
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“Business models need to evolve to value social impact as much as profit”: G Adventures

Shanti’s story is one that many women can relate to. Married to an abusive husband and desperate to protect her three young daughters, she began a frantic job search in hopes of gaining her independence. But, as she quickly discovered, opportunities were scarce in her home country of India.
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FAA directive prompts Canadian airlines to inspect Boeing aircraft

CALGARY _ WestJet Airlines, Sunwing Vacations Inc. and Transat A.T. said Thursday they were examining their fleets of Boeing 737 Next Generation aircraft for cracks after a U.S. regulator ordered the inspections.
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G Adventures ramps up protection with animal welfare policy

G Adventures is marking World Animal Day today with the launch of a new animal welfare policy developed in consultation with World Animal Protection, the Jane Goodall Institute and the World Cetacean Alliance.
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Kiss to perform a rock concert for just 8 fans – and sharks

Having played nearly every corner of the Earth in a nearly 50-year career, the rock band Kiss is taking its show to a new place – under the sea, where they will perform for great white sharks and eight fans separated from them by a small submarine.
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