NHL-Canadian government grants travel exemption for Stanley Cup playoffs

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TORONTO (Reuters) – The Canadian government approved a travel exemption for the National Hockey League on Sunday that will allow teams to cross the Canada-U.S. border for the Stanley Cup playoffs without the mandatory 14-day quarantine. Canada’s Immigration Ministry issued a statement saying the “national interest” exemption was granted after a review by public health officials. “This decision was made in conjunction with the Public Health Agency of Canada, with the approval of provincial and municipal public health officials, including Ontario, Quebec, Manitoba and Alberta,” read the statemen…

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