1 BAY FERRIES MODIFIES CAT’S SCHEDULE
An engine problem The Cat ferry is experiencing will result in fewer daily crossings this summer. A problem with the vessel’s starboard outer main engine – one of the vessel’s four engines – occurred on June 28.
2 STOPPED FROM BOARDING FLIGHT BECAUSE OF TWINS
A small Transport Canada rule has created some big headaches for a P.E.I. woman in South Korea who tried returning home to visit a sick family member earlier this month. Tara Stemkoski as told that she would not be allowed on the flight due to a Transport Canada regulation limiting one infant every passenger.
3 SOME PHARMACIES STOP SELLING TYLENOL 1 OVER THE COUNTER
Some pharmacies in Cape Breton have stopped selling Tylenol 1 and the generic versions of the acetaminophen–codeine tablets while others have cut back on the amount of the drug they sell as a way to reduce the potential for abuse.