Canada’s no-fly list for suspected terrorists survives constitutional challenge by two men trying to get off it

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Canada’s no-fly list for suspected terrorists survives constitutional challenge by two men trying to get off it

 

DECISIONS

Constitutional challenge of the Secure Air Travel ActBrar v Canada (Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness), 2022 FC 1168

Challenge that sections 8 and 9(1)(a) of the Secure Air Travel Act (“SATA”) infringe on the Appellants’ mobility rights under section 6 of the Charter and whether sections 15 and 16 of SATA, which govern the appeals process, violate section 7 of the Charter – found sections 8 and 9(1)(a) alone do not infringe the Appellants’ mobility rights, but the SATA scheme itself does – infringement justified under section 1 of the Charter – found the Appellant’s section 7 Charter rights were engaged, but done so in accordance with the principles of fundamental justice – section 1 analysis not required.

 

CIRB DECISIONS

Amendment to certification – Horizon Air Industries, Inc.Order No. 11737-U

Unifor applied for amendment to certificate to add customer service agents and lead customer service agents working in Kelowna, British Columbia, to the bargaining unit – amendment granted – certificate now reads: “all employees of Horizon Air Industries, Inc. employed at Victoria, Vancouver, and Kelowna B.C., excluding supervisors and those above.”

 

CTA DECISIONS

License no. 170059

License no. 967000

Application for approval to permit TAP to provide its scheduled international service using one aircraft with flight crew provided by Hi Fly between August 8, 2022, to August 31, 2022 – application for exemption from rule requiring the filing of an application at least 15 days prior to the first planned flight – both applications granted subject to conditions.

 

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