Government Loosens Air Canada's Maintenance RequirementsBy and
Changes will allow airline to move centers in three provinces
Minister hints he'll also re-examine foreign ownership cap
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government is loosening the legal shackles on Air Canada by easing its maintenance requirements after the country’s biggest carrier agreed to buy jets from struggling manufacturer Bombardier Inc.
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