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The mover was arrested after the investigation. Air Canada cancels dozens of flights daily: CBC Marketplace cheat sheet

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After the marketplace investigates these movers , The police investigated. Now they have been arrested

Sting operations Marketplace After an investigation into a group of moving companies nationwide accused of fraudulent pricing Toronto police have arrested two important figures. He charged them with numerous crimes.

Two bosses arrived in Scarborough, Ontario, home of the mover, and were charged after the attack on Friday. Soon, a large police delegation came down to the premises, seized the company's assets, and the ashes of at least one deceased person detained by family heirs and movers. Collected customer's belongings such as.

Business partners Cemal Ozturk and Dogan Celik are both 30 people, each of a conspiracy to commit fraud, mischief, property gained by crime or camouflage, and prosecution. He was charged with four charges.

Ozturk and Celik were detained for at least 72 hours before the bail hearing on Monday. Neither claim has been proved in court.

According to a police press release, the customer was "provided with a low-cost contract to move their belongings," but when the goods were loaded onto the truck, "the man told the customer. Contact us and ask for more money. " 

Customers who want to deliver their belongings are" forced to pay a high price. " Often it costs thousands of dollars. In an email statement during the investigation of

Marketplace , Celik said that his company treats its customers with respect and respect, and his company is "complete." We will do a good review. " Of all the operations and procedures to ensure that the company follows these important company values. 

Ask Ozturk for comment at the time of theMarketplacesurvey, despite several attempts by phone, registered mail, email and social media. I couldn't. The CBC was unable to identify Ozturk and Celik lawyers. Read more

View | Hidden cameras catch movers pushing inflated weight quotes:Roadway Moving first quoted marketplace producers for $ 895. After filling out the inventory spreadsheet, the number jumped to $ 1,495 excluding tax to move £ 3,000. However, on the day of the move, the estimated weight gained again.

In March, Marketplace used a secret tracker and a hidden camera to Showed how some movers can do Tear youSee the full survey of here

Air Canada cancels dozens of flights daily amid industry-wide delays

If Air Canada flights are booked this summer, make sure they aren't cancelled. You need to reconfirm. 

Airlines are tackling a range of challenges amid rising travel demand, and will cut dozens of flights daily this summer.

Flight delays have become a major issue for all airlines this month.

According to analytics firm Datawazo, 54% of flights to six major airports: Montreal, Calgary, Toronto's Pearson Airport, Billy Bishop Airport, Ottawa and Halifax will start June 22-28. It was off schedule in 7 days until the day.

Air Canada's flight changes will reduce the company's average daily schedule of 77 round trips (154 flights) between July and August.

"Three routes between Montreal and Pittsburgh, Baltimore and Kelowna and one route from Toronto to Fort McMurray will be temporarily suspended," said airline spokesman Peter Fitzpatrick. Patrick says.

Most flights affected by the change depart from Toronto and Montreal hubs. Read more

Air Canada flight taxi at the tarmac at Pierre Elliott Tordeau International Airport Montreal on May 16, 2022. The airline has shortened its summer schedule by 154 flights. (Geoff Robins / AFP / Getty Images)

A nutrition warning appears in front of some Canadian packaged foods

Canadians find which one Packaged foods are packed with high levels of saturated fat, sugar, or sodium.

This requires companies in Canada to add nutrition warnings to the front of packaged foods that meet that standard to allow grocery shoppers to make healthier choices at a glance. Because.

However, minced meat will be exempt from the label after a group of ranchers opposes Health Canada's proposal earlier this month.

The label says that Canadians eat healthier because so-called "nutrients of public health concern" are associated with conditions such as cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes. He states that he intends to help.

"These regulations are aimed at facilitating healthier choices that are informed," said Health Minister Jean-Yves Duclos. Read more

Health Minister Jean-Yves Duclos announces new food labeling in Ottawa on Thursday publication. Canada requires companies to add nutritional warnings to the front of packaged foods containing high levels of saturated fat, sugar, or sodium after 2026. (Sean Kilpatrick / The Canadian Press)

TikTok may be banned from the app store. That's what this US communications regulator wants

TikTok is one of the most popular apps in the world. However, US communications regulators have flagged serious privacy concerns, warning that the app is "not just for sharing entertaining videos and memes."

Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Commissioner Brendan Carr wrote to Apple and Google CEOs to warn that very popular video sharing apps do not comply with app store policy requirements. Did.

"Basically, TikTok acts as an advanced monitoring tool for collecting large amounts of personal and sensitive data," Carr wrote in a letter.

This letter arrived after US news agency Buzzfeed reported last week that data about US users was repeatedly accessed by mainland Chinese entities. TikTok then announced plans to "remove the personal data of US users from their data centers and completely migrate them to Oracle cloud servers in the US," the company said. 

John Zabiuk, chairman of the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology's cybersecurity program, said that if the United States decides to ban apps, Canada is likely to follow suit. 

"This is a very popular app and will upset a lot of people, but when you look at the architecture and how it works, it's a very dangerous application," he said. Told. Read more

TikTok is owned by a Chinese company called ByteDance. The Chinese government itself. (Dado Ruvic / Reuters)

What else is happening?

Canada's economy grew in April but is expected to shrink in May
Early May outlook is 0.2% shrink is showing.

The Starbucks trade union means that the labor movement is gaining momentum.
Workers, along with Apple Store, Indigo, and PetSmart, seek to unite in hundreds of Starbucks locations.

What you need to know about the lack of infant prescriptions for infants with food allergies
Parents and caregivers are medical professionals such as doctors, registered dietitians, and nurses. You need to talk to your home about your baby's needs. They help recommend possible prescription alternatives and how to transfer them to your baby's diet.

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