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Delays on some Air Canada flights

Local Air Canada flights appear to all be a go this morning to and from James A. Richardson International Airport.

There are delays of eight and 15 minutes in the scheduled arrival times of two Air Canada flights from Toronto, but no cancellations this morning, and most flights are listed as being on time. However, The Canadian Press is reporting there are cancellations and delays of some Air Canada flights in Toronto this morning.

Travellers suffered numerous cancellations and delays Friday when some Air Canada pilots called in sick.

You should check waa.ca before heading to the airport.

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Local Air Canada flights appear to all be a go this morning to and from James A. Richardson International Airport.

There are delays of eight and 15 minutes in the scheduled arrival times of two Air Canada flights from Toronto, but no cancellations this morning, and most flights are listed as being on time. However, The Canadian Press is reporting there are cancellations and delays of some Air Canada flights in Toronto this morning.

There have been reports of some delayed Air Canada flights into Winnipeg's James A. Richardson International Airport.

There have been reports of some delayed Air Canada flights into Winnipeg's James A. Richardson International Airport.

Travellers suffered numerous cancellations and delays Friday when some Air Canada pilots called in sick.

You should check waa.ca before heading to the airport.

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