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Canada not grounding Boeing 737 MAX 8, ready to act if new information emerges

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Canada not grounding Boeing 737 MAX 8, ready to act if new information emerges

Canada not grounding Boeing 737 MAX 8, ready to act if new information emerges

According to Reuters, Transport Minister Marc Garneau said on Tuesday that Canada has no plans to ground Boeing (BA.N) 737 MAX 8 aircraft, but is ready to “act immediately” to suspend flights if new information emerges indicating there is a problem.

His comments come as growing number of nations suspend operations of the plane after a crash in Ethiopia that killed 157 people just five months after another disaster in Indonesia involving the same model.

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