Air Canada passengers at Toronto’s Pearson International Airport are experiencing flight delays of as long as two hours because of a job action by workers who handle security screening at checkpoints.
Ghana’s central bank is unaware of a possible debt downgrade by Fitch Ratings after a state-owned newspaper reported the company would announce it today, Governor Kofi Wampah said.
Air Canada, the country’s largest carrier, canceled about 30 flights this morning after pilots failed to show up for work, the latest episode in a spate of labor unrest for the airline.
Delays at Toronto’s Pearson International Airport dropped to about 30 minutes today from two hours yesterday as a work slowdown by security checkpoint screeners eased.
At the Whitney Museum of American Art ’s gala tonight, devotees of Max Azria may want to avert their eyes when four artists paint the designer’s silky white gowns.
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper said the National Hockey League must address an increase in major head injuries to its players.
Porter Airlines Inc. plans to resume flights from Newfoundland later today after canceling an earlier flight out of St. John’s due to ash from an Icelandic volcano.
Irish Life & Permanent Plc said it may face lawsuits and fines stemming from its role in a scandal which claimed the top three executives at the mortgage provider.
"Nothing is changed from our release last night."
- Peter Fitzpatrick on Apr 14, 2012