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WestJet stated that it was wrong to refuse a customer refund for a rebooked flight
WestJet stated that the airline had rebooked alternative flights for thousands of customers last month and failed to provide refunds to those who wanted to cancel their trips — only credit lines — were wrong.
“We have provided wrong information or inconsistent information,” WestJet’s vice president of communications, Richard Bartram, said in an interview.
Bartrem said the Calgary-based airline is taking steps to ensure that affected customers can get refunds as needed.
As early as June, CBC News interviewed five customers who booked WestJet flights that will depart in July. They said they had rebooked longer flights, including stopovers, and in three cases, they Take off on a different date.
If the new itinerary is not suitable for them, they will be told that they must settle the credit line instead of making a refund.
“[It’s] It’s very frustrating for the guests…We are sorry for that,” Batrem said. read more
Canadian house prices and home sales set a record in March, but have fallen every month since then
Are Canadian house prices finally showing a downward trend after hitting a record high in March?
The Canadian Real Estate Association said on Thursday that home sales have fallen for three consecutive months after hitting a record high earlier this year.
In June, more than 50,000 Canadian houses changed hands. The average selling price was US$679,000, down from US$688,000 in May, US$696,000 in April and US$716,000 in March.
On a monthly basis, home sales fell by 12% in April, 7% in May, and then by 8% in June. But they are still 13% higher than the same period last year. In fact, this was the strongest June in history-which shows how hot the housing market was earlier this year. read more
New report finds digital divide hinders indigenous communities
Entrepreneurship is difficult enough, but young aboriginal entrepreneurs face an even tougher battle because the systemic digital divide hinders them — and Canada’s entire economy.
This is the main content of a new report by Royal Bank after analyzing economic data in the past 18 months and discussing with indigenous stakeholders how to release and maximize their economic potential.
The report found that the growth rate of Canadian aboriginal youth population is four times that of other youths in the country, while the rate of aboriginal creation of new businesses is nine times the Canadian average.
However, although indigenous entrepreneurs are a large and growing group, an important reason why they are still largely untapped resources is the huge digital divide, including the high-speed Internet that many families have access to. read more
Is there anything else?
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The rules require regular inspections, and most buildings have maintenance reserves.
How can Canadians ensure that no one is left behind in the vaccine rollout process
Marginalization, cultural barriers and language differences create vaccine barriers.
This cumin powder has been recalled due to salmonella contamination
If you have UnjhaSpice brand cumin powder in your cupboard, please throw it away or return the product to the store where you bought it.
Comments found that when COVID-19 hit, Canada’s pandemic warning system was understaffed and not ready
When the pandemic hits, an important position in the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) is vacant.
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