Extra Extra: Canada Needs Our Love And Tourism Dollars Again

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•Boxing star Oscar de la Hoya has dropped out of his upcoming comeback fight in L.A. because of COVID-19.
•In a stunning upset at the U.S. Open Friday, Leylah Fernandez, an unseeded 18-year-old Canadian player, defeated world champion Naomi Osaka in three sets.
•Employers are in desperate need of workers, but software algorithms keep rejecting millions of resumes.
In worse AI news, Facebook apologized after its algorithms labelled a video featuring Black men as “primates.”
The Washington Post found that nearly a third of all Americans experienced a climate emergency this summer, and “64 percent live in places that experienced a multiday heat wave.”
•Read about the history of the Muni bus line that figures prominently in “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.”
•Ahead of Ryan Murphy’s “Impeachment: American Crime Story,” consider an essay on what Americans owe Monica Lewinsky.
•At long last, the Canadian border has reopened to American tourists – but is anyone going?
•And finally, while the weather has gotten milder you can still take a refreshing dip: