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Canada's Air Passenger Protection Regulations coming into force

Canada - June 19 2019 Following several rounds and many months of consultations, the government recently announced that the Air Passenger Protection Regulations (APPRs

Failure to include retraction or apology in defamation settlement offer has costs consequences

Canada - March 16 2017 A recent decision of the Court of Queen's Bench in Alberta highlights the costs consequences of litigating civil actions in Canada in the context of

Proposed class action takes aim at airport fees paid by airline employees

Canada - June 5 2019 Three dozen Canadian airports may be on the hook for fees charged to airline employees flying on employee travel passes. A proposed class action has

Federal Court quashes civil aviation safety alert

Canada - September 5 2018 In early 2018 the Federal Court reviewed a 2015 Transport Canada decision to issue a civil aviation safety alert (CASA) against Rotor Maxx Support Ltd

Court finds in favour of Air Canada in denied boarding compensation case

Canada - November 14 2018 The Supreme Court of Nova Scotia recently ruled in favour of Air Canada, dismissing a passenger's appeal of the province's small claims court's

Canada's Air Passenger Protection Regulations coming into force

Canada - June 19 2019 Following several rounds and many months of consultations, the government recently announced that the Air Passenger Protection Regulations (APPRs

Proposed class action takes aim at airport fees paid by airline employees

Canada - June 5 2019 Three dozen Canadian airports may be on the hook for fees charged to airline employees flying on employee travel passes. A proposed class action has

Quebec court rules 'one passenger one ticket' policy applies in class action

Canada - May 15 2019 The Quebec Superior Court of Justice recently ruled against Air Canada in a class action brought by passengers with disabilities, their attendants and

Superior Court rules on entitlement to lost luggage compensation

Canada - April 3 2019 The Ontario Superior Court of Justice recently ruled that in order to claim damages for lost luggage under the Montreal Convention, a passenger need

Class action regarding flight passes denied certification

Canada - March 6 2019 The Quebec Supreme Court recently declined to certify a class action based on the application of certain Sections of the Consumer Protection Act or