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Air Canada investigating luggage toss caught on video
Air Canada says it is investigating after a video that appears to show its baggage handlers dropping items from a tall staircase circulated on the internet.
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The Spectator's view: Air Canada bag tossers should get tossed
Well, now we know what it takes to get fired if you're an Air Canada baggage handler. Two staffers were caught on video dropping carry-on baggage several metres into a bin below - the cabin was overloaded so carry-on had to be transferred to the ...
These Baggage Handlers Threw Luggage 20 Feet Because Why Not  Michronicleonline
Bag behaviour: when baggage handlers go bad  The Age
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Air Canada shares soar more than 25% on improved outlook
Air Canada's shares surged more than 25 per cent Friday to their highest level in nearly two months after the company upgraded its outlook for the first quarter and said it expects a strong summer season.
AltaCorp raises Air Canada price target to $12  bnn.ca
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Air Canada security questioned after Halifax passenger's flights
A Halifax passenger who was able to board two Air Canada flights with a supposedly cancelled boarding pass is raising security concerns.
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Air Canada apologizes to Itzhak Perlman
An Air Canada executive has apologized personally to famed violinist Itzhak Perlman after the disabled musician said one of the airline's employees refused to help him at Pearson International Airport on Monday.
Virtuoso stranded in airport demands apology from Air Canada  The Globe and Mail
Itzhak Perlman, disabled virtuoso violinist, 'abandoned' at Toronto ...  CBC.ca
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Letters: NHL, hockey, fines, schools, Point Grey bike route, Air Canada ...
Inconsistent penalties and fines is for one of the reasons I don't watch NHL hockey any longer. What does a $5,000 fine mean to Lucic?
Air Canada Rouge hiring more than 100 flight attendants in Montreal
MONTREAL -- Air Canada Rouge is expected to hire more than 100 flight attendants in the coming weeks as it prepares to open a base of operations in Montreal in June.
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Air Canada billboard leaves some Edmontonians feeling insulted
Relations between the Edmonton International Airport (EIA) and the airline have been a little turbulent since last fall, when Air Canada cancelled its direct flight between Edmonton and London during winter months. It cited a lack of passenger demand ...
US investors warming up to Air Canada's promise, says New York analyst
MONTREAL - Air Canada's financial promise is piquing the interest of U.S. institutional investors seeking a way to profit from the turnaround of another North American carrier, according to a New York analyst.
Air Canada says employees caught tossing luggage may be fired
Air Canada says two employees may be fired after they were caught on camera tossing passengers' luggage from a stairway to a bin several feet below.