Interjet to begin direct Mexico City, Cancun to Vancouver Mexico Travel 

Interjet to begin direct Mexico City, Cancun to Vancouver

Cancun, Q.R. — Mexico’s airline, Interjet, has announced two new direct flights from Mexico City and Cancun to Vancouver. Starting October 26, travelers can enjoy non-stop flights to and from Vancouver and Mexico City / Cancun on the company’s Airbus A320. In a statement, Interjet said that separate direct flights from Mexico City and Cancun to Vancouver (and return) will be offered on Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays. An Airbus A320 aircraft, with a capacity for 150 passengers, will be used to make the non-stop flights. Interjet CEO José Luis Garza said that…

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Dog farm shut down in Iztapalapa Around Mexico 

Dog farm shut down in Iztapalapa

Mexico City, Mexico — An illegal dog farm of Golden Retrievers has been closed in the city’s borough of Iztapalapa. The dogs were found after a citizen complaint was made that someone was breeding dogs and that the place was not in good condition. Dione Anguiano, the delegate of Iztapalapa, reported that they visited the site and found 38 dogs confined in one pen, adding “the place was in terrible condition for its operation.” Authorities said that the dogs were in a state of malnutrition and maltreatment, so they proceeded to remove them despite…

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Canada and Germany open job vacancies to Mexicans Business 

Canada and Germany open job vacancies to Mexicans

Employment opportunities for Mexican nationals who are fluent in German, English or French are being made available in both Canada and Germany. Maria Estela Chavira Martínez, head of the National Employment Service of Tamaulipas, says that young people from Tamaulipas will be able to access various employment opportunities in Germany and Canada as long as they meet the high level profile required by the governments of those countries. Among the requested qualifications are the German, French and English language skills. Chavira Martínez reported that there are more than 1,500 employment vacancies between Germany and  Canada that they…

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Daniella Monet enjoys Playa Paraiso, Tulum ruins Mexico People 

Daniella Monet enjoys Playa Paraiso, Tulum ruins

Tulum, Q.R. — Daniella Monet takes time out from work to vacation in Mexico’s Riviera Maya. The young actress shared her Tulum vacation on Instagram, posting photos of herself along the beautiful beaches. The actress spent her time at Playa Paraiso, Tulum. As part of her Tulum vacation, Monet also posted photos of her at the ruins of Tulum. She also spent time admiring the craftsmanship of local artists. Daniella Monet is best known for playing numerous television guest roles and starring as Trina Vega in the Nickelodeon sitcom Victorious. In 2010, she had…

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US to Cancun flights canceled as snow storm hits east

Cancun, Q.R. – Numerous flights into the Cancun International Airport have been canceled due to a relentless snowstorm in the eastern United States. At least eight flights into Cancun were canceled yesterday affecting some 1,200 passengers. Many flights that were not canceled experienced delays of up to six hours. American Airline flights from New York were among those canceled. Flights leaving Cancun bound for specific US cities were also canceled due to the bad weather. Flights to and from New York, Boston and Chicago were the hardest hit with severe…

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Zika virus travel warning for Miami area

Miami, FL – The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a travel warning August 1, advising pregnant women and their partners to avoid travel to a community outside Miami’s city center. The unprecedented travel warning to an American neighborhood is the first by CDC. Miami Governor, Rick Scott, said that so far, the outbreak has been limited to a 1-square mile area north of downtown Miami. CDC spokesperson, Tom Skinner, says that a total of 14 people in the outskirts of Miami were found to have been infected with the…

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Carnival cruise line makes history docking at Cuba

Havana, Cuba – Carnival cruise ship Adonia arrived in Havana, opening the first cruise ship travel between the United States and Cuba in more than half a century. The ship, with 704 passengers on board including a dozen Cuban-Americans, entered the bay of Havana and docked in the cruise terminal Sierra Maestra, located in the historical city center. Carnival, the largest cruise company in the world, promises travelers during this trip an “experience of cultural immersion” for a route that last seven days around the island. Cruise passengers on this…

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Canada health advises travelers protect against mosquitoes

The Public Health Agency of Canada has confirmed Canadian travel-related cases of the Zika virus from Central and South America as well as the Caribbean but say that the mosquito that carries the virus is not present in the country. The Public Health Agency notes that since the Zika virus is spread via mosquito bites, people traveling to regions where the virus is active should protect themselves from mosquito bites, especially pregnant woman. While the Zika virus has been known in Africa and parts of Asia since the 1950s, it…

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