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TCH News

With the Atlantic bubble coming into effect Friday at 12:01 a.m., Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Heather Morrison laid out guidelines for Islanders planning to travel out of province and what will be required of people from New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Newfoundland and Labrador planning to visit P.E.I. Under the Atlantic bubble, residents of the four provinces will […]

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Extending from west of the Manitoba-Ontario border to the Ottawa Valley, there are extreme heat warnings in effect Daytime high temperatures near thirty with humidex values in the mid to high thirties are expected for the foreseeable future. Overnight lows near 18 are expected providing little relief from the heat. Please refer to your public […]

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Airline blames ‘weak demand for both business and leisure travel due to COVID-19’ Routes affected: The routes being cancelled are: In Atlantic Canada: Deer Lake-Goose Bay, Deer Lake-St. John’s, Fredericton-Halifax, Fredericton-Ottawa, Moncton-Halifax, Saint John-Halifax, Charlottetown-Halifax, Moncton-Ottawa, Gander-Goose Bay, Gander-St. John’s, Bathurst-Montreal, Wabush-Goose Bay, Wabush-Sept-Iles, Goose Bay-St. John’s. In Quebec: Baie Comeau-Montreal, Baie Comeau-Mont Joli, Gaspé-Iles de la […]

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By Mike Murphy Brian Chesky predicts less flying, more road trips for years to come That’s the grim view of Airbnb Inc. co-founder and Chief Executive Brian Chesky, in an interview published Sunday by Axios. “I will go on the record to say that travel will never, ever go back to the way it was pre-COVID. […]

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Severe thunderstorm watch in effect for: Ottawa-Gatineau Ottawa Valley Montréal Island area Conditions are favourable for the development of severe thunderstorms capable of producing strong wind gusts, large hail and heavy rain until this evening. Boaters may be caught off guard by strong gusts on smaller bodies of water. Strong wind gusts can toss loose […]

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A long duration heat event is expected. Daytime high temperatures in the low thirties with overnight lows near 18 are expected until the end of this week. Please refer to your public forecast for further details on expected temperatures. Hot and humid air can also bring deteriorating air quality and can result in the Air […]

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                          Humidex values reaching 38 are expected. A prolonged period of hot weather continues over portions of southern and east-central Manitoba. Southerly winds are spreading hot and humid weather into Manitoba. Over the coming days, daytime highs will climb into the low thirties […]

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Passengers on BC Ferries must travel with a face mask starting June 15. BC Ferries will not supply masks and passengers are expected to bring their own Read full story

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Northern Saskatchewan is now open to travel. Also, playgrounds and beaches re-opening province-wide. Read Full article

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June 4th Update on the COVID-19 re-openings affecting travel on the Trans-Canada Highway across Canada. updates on travel restrictions, provincial and national parks, BC Ferries, and AutoRoute 30 south of Montreal

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