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Bearskin Airlines is slashing airfares on its northeastern Ontario routes between  Kapuskasing, Timmins and Sudbury.

Bearskin Airlines is slashing airfares on its northeastern Ontario routes between  Kapuskasing, Timmins and Sudbury.The Thunder Bay-based regional air carrier said, effectively immediately, regular fares between Kapuskasing and Timmins have ... more >>

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