Canadian travel firms refuse to ease re-booking policies

Canada's Health Minister Leona Aglukkaq has released travel guidelines that encourage sick would-be travelers to delay their trips and urges the tourism industry to make re-booking easier. However, airlines, Greyhound Canada, tour operators and other travel-related businesses say they are not revising their re-booking policies. Instead, travel companies are recommending travel insurance as a way for consumers to protect themselves.

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