Daily Archives: June 24, 2018

Toronto Pride in pictures: A collage of celebration and grief

New Thousands descended on Toronto’s downtown core to march in the city’s Pride parade, turning what was an otherwise dreary, grey day into a rainbow of celebration. 38 years on, the event remains a symbol of solidarity for many in the LGBTQ community CBC News · Posted: Jun 24, 2018 10:11 PM ET | Last Updated: June 25 Revellers watch ...

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Syrian children's choir won't attend U.S. festival over border fears

A Toronto-based Syrian children’s choir will not be travelling to the United States to perform at an international festival due to fears about crossing the border under the Trump administration’s travel ban, its founder said Saturday. Fei Tang, general manager of the Nai Kids Choir, said the chorus of about 60 Canadian newcomers between the ages five and 15 were ...

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The founder of JetBlue is about to start a new airline

TWO decades ago, David Neeleman founded JetBlue Airways, promising to “bring humanity back to air travel.” It has since grown to become one of America’s largest airlines. But stories of poor service and a lack of humanity still abound in the country’s aviation industry. And so it appears that Mr Neeleman is back and preparing to launch a new airline. ...

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TSA is adding new restrictions on powders

Starting June 30, the Transportation Security Administration will require extra screening and limit the size of powders in carry-on bags of travelers entering the U.S.  (iStock) Packing your liquids and gels into three-ounce bottles is just one of the many things you have to do for airport security. And now there’s another thing to add to the list. Starting June 30, ...

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