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Musicians and media stuck in St. John's after Junos due to volcanic ash and grounded flights

 Attendees at the Juno Awards had a hard time flying to St. John's due to  fog, which had grounded the planes in Halifax. Now, all the planes are grounded  in St. John's due to the volcanic debris from Iceland.

Michael Buble told media at the press room yesterday that he was leaving because there's been talk about grounding planes. He left halfway through the show because his pilot advised him to leave before the debris/ash hits St. John's. The media were stunned upon hearing this and now everyone is getting concerned about their own flights back home.

I don't know what we will have to do in case anything but I think today I will be buying face masks to protect my nose.

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