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Transport Canada loosens rules on electronics usage on planes

Briefs | 05/26/2014 4:32 pm EDT

Transport Canada announced on Monday it will start allowing electronic devices to be used for the entirety of plane flights, though devices such as smartphones and tablets will still be required to stay in non-transmitting mode.

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