December 22, 2017 – Harassment Class Action Can Proceed


Lewis v WestJet Airlines Ltd., 2017 BCSC 2327

Application to Strike – Class Action
Claim for systematic breach of Anti-Harassment Promise in employment contracts – Defendant asserts that matter is a discrimination claim not breach of contract and eviscerates the relevant administrative boards –  No basis to find claim does not disclose reasonable cause of action or is bound to fail at early stage – Application dismissed



  • Motion – Scheduling Amendment – The Commissioner of Competition v Vancouver Airport Authority, 2017 CACT 20
    Discovery of the representative – Timetable for examination for discovery and any motion arising therefrom
  • Application – Addition of Intervenor – Securitas Transport Aviation Security Ltd. v Doyle, 2017 OHSTC 25
    Application by CATSA to be added to appeal as Intervenor – CATSA found to have substantially same interest as Appellant due to oversight function of screening at airports – Intervenor status and Application granted



  • Application – Chrono Jet inc. – Order No. 2017-A-220
    Exemption from the application of section 59 of the Canada Transportation Act, S.C., 1996, c. 10, as amended
  • Application – US Airways, Inc. c.o.b. as US Air, as US Airways, as US Airways Shuttle, as US Airways Express and as MidAtlantic AirwaysDetermination No. A-2017-208
    Cancellation of Licence Nos. 975066 and 977224
  • Application – Great Western Air LLC c.o.b. as Cirrus Aviation ServicesOrder No. 2017-A-224
    Exemption from section 103.3 of the Air Transportation Regulations, SOR/88-58, as amended
  • Suspension – Thunderbird Aviation, Inc.  – Order No. 2017-A-222
    Licence No. 967509 – Licence reinstated effective December 20, 2017
  • Suspension – Great Lakes Aviation, Ltd. – Order No. 2017-A-221
    Licence No. 977040
  • Suspension – Air Med Services, LLC c.o.b. as Executive Aircraft Charter ServiceOrder No. 2017-A-223
    Licence No. 090031









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