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as a result of new data that we received this morning %HESITATION and %HESITATION had the chance to analyze and on the advice of my experts and as a precautionary measure I am issuing a safety notice in a rare break with the United States Canada Wednesday grounded all Boeing seven thirty seven MAX jets Canada's transport minister Marc Garneau this safety notice restricts commercial passenger flights from any operator of the Boeing seven thirty seven MAX eight or Max nine very anti aircraft whether domestic or foreign from arriving for a departing or over flying Canadian air space with Canada joining the band eighty percent of the world's blowing Max planes have now been grounded since the Ethiopian airlines flight crashed on Sunday killing all one hundred and fifty seven people on board the US Federal Aviation Administration is the only major regulator in the world not to order airlines to stop flying the plane but pressure is growing the mechanics union at American Airlines has urged it's C. L. to ground the plane American is one of three U. S. carriers including southwest and United that have decided to keep using the Boeing Max jets