In True Canadian Fashion, Delayed Flight Triggers Singalong Earlier this week, a group of passengers flying out of Toronto were passing the time at the gate with a singalong. When they found out their flight was delayed, the crowd cheered and sung some more.

In True Canadian Fashion, Delayed Flight Triggers Singalong

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RACHEL MARTIN, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Rachel Martin. If you're braving air travel this busy Thanksgiving holiday, you've got to remember to take deep breaths and hope you've got some cheerful Canadians on your flight.

Earlier this week, a group of passengers flying out of Toronto were passing the time at the gate with a sing along. When they found out that their flight was delayed, the crowd cheered and said, let's go again.

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UNIDENTIFIED CROWD: (Unintelligible).

MARTIN: That's how you do it, Canada. It's MORNING EDITION.

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