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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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California billboards appeal to Kawhi Leonard to leave Canada for the Golden State

Looks like Toronto’s got some major competition in the ongoing battle to sign superstar Kawhi Leonard.
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Now accepting reservations: Four Seasons Resort Los Cabos at Costa Palmas

The all-new Four Seasons Resort Los Cabos at Costa Palmas is now accepting reservations beginning Nov. 1, 2019, inviting guests to experience Los Cabos in a new way.
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Travel alert from Visit California as fires rage on

Visit California is recommending that visitors who are planning a trip to California check out www.visitcalifornia.com and contact their hotel and local convention and visitors bureau for updates as major wildfires rage at both ends of the state.
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Alberta celebrates launch of Air Canada’s two new transborder routes

Air Canada is still flying high from yesterday’s launch of two new daily, seasonal transborder routes.
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West Coast officials tell tourists not to worry about fires

Alarmed by as much as US$20 million in lost tourism revenue in July due to visitors’ fear of wildfires, California’s state...
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Highway 1 reopens along CA’s Central Coast with ‘Dream Drive’ from Monterey to Morro Bay

California’s Highway 1 has officially reopened 18 months after sections of the iconic roadway were closed due to eroded hillsides and mudslides.
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Now open: Pixar Pier at Disney California Adventure Park

Pixar Pier is officially open for business at Disney California Adventure Park, kicking off the summer season with beloved Pixar stories and characters.
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Category 3 Hurricane Bud heads north off Mexican coast

Hurricane Bud grew to Category 3 force off Mexico's Pacific coast on Monday, but forecasters said it was likely to weaken before a possible brush with the resort-dotted southern tip of the Baja California peninsula late in the week.
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LAX has just given us smart bathrooms and we should all be grateful

Starting today, passengers at LAX will be doing their business in far more intelligent quarters.
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“This is the new WestJet”: Agents and new Dreamliner celebrated at partner awards
“This is the new WestJet”: Agents and newest Dreamliner celebrated at Travel Partner Awards
When it comes to investments, WestJet has made three in particular that have paid off in a big way: its product, its...
Sunwing finalizes summer schedule to operate without 737 MAX 8
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Sunwing has revised its schedule for the coming 2020 summer season to operate without the Boeing 737 MAX 8.
Uniglobe debuts brand new look including updated signage for agencies
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Uniglobe has unveiled a completely new look for its brand, jettisoning the upper-case teal UNIGLOBE in favour of a more...
Air Canada halts YYZ-HKG, waives fees for northern Italy & Incheon
Air Canada suspends Toronto-Hong Kong flights until April 30
Air Canada has made the move to temporarily suspend its daily nonstop Toronto-Hong Kong flights due to low demand amid...
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