Appliance Repair During Quarantine

Appliance repair ripoffs; WestJet slashes routes in Atlantic Canada: CBC’s Marketplace Cheat Sheet

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In need of a repair? You might want to think twice before using Google Maps

If your washing machine is on the blink and you’re looking for appliance repair, be wary — new evidence reveals that you can’t always trust Google when it comes to finding a reliable local appliance repair person. A months-long Marketplace investigation found questionable business practices such as fake Google Maps addresses and bogus company names are plaguing the appliance repair industry. Here’s what you need to know: Read more

A Marketplace investigation has linked one company in the industry to a network of fake locations and names on Google Maps. 2:09

WestJet is dropping out of most of Atlantic Canada

If you rely on WestJet flight service to and from some of Atlantic Canada’s smaller cities, you may want to sit down for this one. The company will soon no longer fly to Moncton, Fredericton, Sydney and Charlottetown. The airline also says it is suspending operations to Quebec City. The moves mean that the entirety of WestJet’s service to Atlantic Canada will now be based out of Halifax, with daily flights to Toronto, Calgary and St. John’s at least once a day. Read more

WestJet spokesperson Richard Bartrem blamed COVID-19 for a huge drop in demand for air travel, which forced the airline to make drastic…

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