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Low-Cost Canadian Carrier CanJet Indefinitely Ceases Operations

This week the Canadian airline, CanJet, has finally called it quits. The leisure and charter carrier was a shell of its former self and after multiple cuts which slowed but didn’t stop the financial bleeding, president Stephenn Rowe pulled the plug. The 13 year old carrier based in Halifax, Nova Scotia, had only one aircraft and was owned by IMP Group International. CanJet was formed in 2002, after a previous version of itself merged into a bankrupt airline named Canada 3000 in…