Imagine showing up to the airport to pick up your pets that had been flown across the country, only to find out they had been shipped to a different city.
That’s what happened to Cold Lake resident Megan Copeland, who was supposed to pick up her two dogs from Edmonton International Airport on Tuesday but was told by WestJet they had actually been sent to Calgary.
She said the dogs then sat in their crates for about 20 hours after their flight to Edmonton was delayed multiple times and then cancelled altogether.
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At the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, anti-China fervor stoked consumer discrimination that cost Chinese restaurants $7.4 billion in lost revenue in 2020—losses 18.4 percent greater than at other types of restaurants—according to a new study by researchers from Boston College, the University of Michigan, and Microsoft Research, published today in the journal Nature Human Behaviour.
The findings begin to put a finer point on the broad economic costs of anti-Asian discrimination during the pandemic and the role of politicians who focused blame on China, where the coronavirus emerged in late 2019, said study co-author