Canada launches helicopter rescue mission for hundreds buried in their cars in ‘harrowing’ landslides

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Canada launches helicopter rescue mission for hundreds buried in their cars in ‘harrowing’ landslides

 

CIRB DECISIONS

  • Bargaining Unit Order – Aéroport de Québec Inc.Order No. 11650-U
    All employees of Aéroport de Québec Inc., excluding the president and chief executive officer, vice-presidents, the compliance and real estate secretary, directors, the payroll technician, the financial comptroller, the asset management comptroller, communications advisors, the SMS and quality assurance manager, department managers, duty managers, program managers, project managers, the IT project manager, the business advisor, the strategy and business analysis manager, administrative coordinators, the administrative assistant, the marketing manager, the organizational development advisor, human resources advisors and firefighters

CTA DECISIONS

  • Application – Air Canada, WestJet, Air Transat A.T. Inc., United Airlines, Inc., Sunwing Airlines Inc. and Swoop Inc. Decision No. 122-C-A-2021
    Canadian Transportation Agency (the “Agency”) received 3,037 passenger complaints regarding air carriers’ obligation to communicate the reasons for flight delays and cancellations under the Air Passenger Protection Regulations (the “Regulations”) – Agency provided interpretation regarding air carriers’ obligations to communicate the reasons for flight delays and cancellations pursuant to the Regulations –  Agency stayed the individual proceedings related to the 567 applications, stayed the individual proceedings related to these applications, and directed each respondent to reconsider the requests for compensation for inconvenience and to provide the explanation required under subsection 19(4) of the Regulations if a request is rejected, taking into account the interpretive guidance provided by the Agency
  • Suspension – Jet Methods, IncOrder No. 2021-A-S-358
    License No. 130023 – license reinstated effective November 17, 2021
  • Application – Gryphon Air LLC c.o.b. Aircraft Transport ServicesDetermination No. A-2021-169
    Application for a license to operate a non-scheduled international service in accordance with Annex III of the Air Transport Agreement between the Government of Canada and the Government of the United States of America signed on March 12, 2007 – license issued with conditions

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