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September 21, 2018 4:29 PM Airline fight push to regulate ticket-change fees

“I have sympathy for someone who is making a change well in advance,” Peter Ingram, chief executive of the airline’s parent Hawaiian Holdings Inc., said in an interview. “It’s worthwhile for us to consider whether we should change something on that.” John Heimlich, the airline trade group’s chief economist, said 3% of all passengers pay change fees, and that those 11

September 17, 2018 3:33 PM Weather Network forecasts a steadier transition into winter than usual

Scott said even though there has been a cooler start to the fall season in the province, warmer than normal temperatures are forecast for mid and late fall. Scott said that precipitation will be near to slightly below normal across the province overall, which could affect the amount of snowfall. “There might be a slower start to the ski season than normal 10

September 16, 2018 4:43 PM Women lead trucking industry charge to get more female big-riggers behind wheel

Linda Young, head of human resources for Winnipeg-based Bison Transport, chairs the trucking HR association’s Women With Drive initiative. Launched in 2016, it aims to raise the number of women entering the 18-wheeler workforce through awareness campaigns and resources for employers. “In the last two years it has gotten worse,” Young said. “This year in particular 34

September 11, 2018 3:26 PM Snowfall warnings for B.C., Alberta, as Western Canada skips right into winter weather

Snowfall warnings are posted for B.C.’s South Peace Region and along Highway 97 between Pine Pass and Chetwynd, with up to 10 centimetres expected. Special weather statements are in place for the Fort Nelson and Muncho Lake regions of B.C. and extend across Alberta from Grande Prairie east to Cold Lake, covering Edmonton and nearly as far south as Banff 16

September 10, 2018 2:40 PM Toronto hit with heavy rain, power outages

Toronto is facing heavy rainfall Monday as the remnants of a tropical depression makes its way to the GTA. Thousands of customers in Etobicoke lost power due to the weather, Toronto Hydro said. Approximately 1,072 were affected in the area of Burnhamthorpe south to Dundas, Kipling east to Islington, while another 1,460 people were hit in the Park Lawn and Royal 18

August 22, 2018 11:41 AM Hawaii residents brace themselves as hurricane strengthens

HONOLULU—Hawaii residents rushed to stores to stock up on bottled water, ramen, toilet paper and other supplies as they faced the threat of heavy rain, flash flooding and high surf as a strengthening hurricane continued to churn toward the state. On Tuesday night, the National Weather Service announced that Hurricane Lane had become a Category 5 hurricane 17

August 18, 2018 1:35 AM Sung Hyun Park, Lizette Salas share Indy Women In Tech lead

Rather than take advantage of the course’s soft greens, the 29-year-old American needed patience Friday. She opened with 12 consecutive pars then made three straight birdies on Nos. 4-6. After her first bogey of the tournament, on the par-4 eighth, Salas closed out the round with another birdie to tie Park. Salas hasn’t won since the 2014 Kingsmill Championship 16

August 16, 2018 10:57 PM Milos Raonic evens his record with rising Canadian Denis Shapovalov

CINCINNATI—Milos Raonic gained a measure of revenge against Denis Shapovalov on Thursday at the Western & Southern Open, beating the teenager 7-6 (6), 6-4 in a matchup of Canada’s top male tennis players. Raonic won the third-round match on his first match-point opportunity when the big-serving veteran showed a little finesse at the net, feathering a shot past Shapovalov 12

August 10, 2018 10:13 PM Battling one of the worst fire seasons, Ontario commits millions more to the fight

Dry conditions and frequent lightning have led to one of the province’s worst fire seasons, prompting the Ontario government to spend an extra $100 million to battle the blazes. “This is an additional amount of money to be injected into our fire system,” Minister of Natural Resources and Forestry Jeff Yurek told the Star in a telephone interview Friday 15

August 10, 2018 12:46 AM Woodland feels at home in Missouri, leads PGA with 64

ST. LOUIS—Kansas-bred Gary Woodland felt right at home in enemy territory and delivered his best performance in a major Thursday at the PGA Championship. Woodland used his power to birdie the two par 5s on the soft turf of Bellerive, and he relied on a new grip and new confidence in his putter for everything else on his way to a 6-under 64 for a one-shot 18