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Flying for the first time, please help

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Hello All,

I am planning to visit Canada this September. As i am flying for the first time i have some questions that can help me in travel a comfortable journey.


New Delhi (INDIA) to Toronto (CANADA) Via DOHA and LONDON.

1) New Delhi to Doha (Qatar Airlines) stop of about 1:35 Mins.
2) Doha to London (Qatar Airlines) stop of about 4:20MIns.
3) London to Toronto (Air Canada).

now my queries.

1) Will i get all the three boarding pass, when i will be boarding at New Delhi?
2) Will i have to reclaim my baggage and re check in at Doha?
3) Will i have to reclaim my baggage and re check in at London?

And also please mention all the other details relevant to my trip, that will help me in this journey.

Waiting for your important replies.