Canada says it is grounding Boeing 737 MAX jets
OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canada on Wednesday became the latest country to ground Boeing 737 MAX aircraft after an Ethiopian Airlines Boeing MAX crashed on Sunday killing 157 people.
Transport Minister Marc Garneau told a news conference that Ottawa would stop 737 MAX 8 and 9 jets from leaving, arriving or flying over Canada. Air Canada and rival WestJet Airlines operate a total of 37 Boeing 737 MAX jets.
Reporting by David Ljunggren; Editing by Jeffrey Benkoe
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