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CTA Decision Commentary: They said what?

On January 31, 2014 the Canadian Transportation Agency released a lengthy decision addressing certain of Porter Airlines’ tariff provisions (Decision No. 31-C-A-2014). In the course of the decision, the Agency made a number of findings, some more supportable than others. However one finding is particularly problematic and warrants comment. While considering Porter’s tariff provisions addressing […]

CTA Upholds Tariff Concerning Transportation of Primates

In a decision dated December 20, 2012, the Canadian Transportation Agency (CTA) dismissed complaints launched by the Public Health Agency of Canada and Queen’s University against Air Canada.  The CTA found that Air Canada’s proposed tariff revisions that would allow it to stop transporting non-human primates for research are not unreasonable, nor are they unduly […]