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Applying The Nairobi International Convention In Canada: The Wrecked, Abandoned And Hazardous Vessels Act (Canada)
On April 30, 2019, Canada acceded to the International Convention on the Removal of Wrecks, 2007 (the "Convention")
Canada
9 Jul 2019
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The Transport Finance Law Review – Edition 5
Although Canada is bordered by three oceans, the majority of trade moves by rail, and not by sea.
Canada
28 Jun 2019
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Amendments To The Canada Shipping Act, 2001 And Marine Liability Act
It seems that some of the provisions are ambiguous or will be challenging to apply.
Canada
15 Feb 2019
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Bill C-49: Is The Line Haul Interswitching Remedy Really New?
As we recently reported, the Government of Canada has introduced the "Transportation Modernization Act" (Bill C-49) into the House, which would amend the Canada Transportation Act (the "CTA").
Canada
24 May 2017
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Bill C-49: Government Of Canada Proposes To Amend The Canada Transportation Act
As we recently projected, the Government of Canada is introducing legislation that will make significant amendments to the Canada Transportation Act in relation to the rail and aviation modes of transport.
Canada
17 May 2017
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Final Report: Canada Transportation Act Review
Transport Canada recently published the final report (Report) of David Emerson, P.C., O.B.C., entitled "Pathways: Connecting Canada's Transportation System to the World".
Canada
16 Mar 2016
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Is One-Fare Fair? Canada’s Supreme Court Refuses To Hear Airlines’ Appeal
On November 20, 2008 the Supreme Court of Canada rejected an application by Air Canada, Air Canada Jazz and WestJet for leave to appeal a Canadian Transportation Agency (the “CTA”) decision that orders certain Canadian carriers, namely Air Canada, Air Canada Jazz and WestJet, to amend their current air fare policies to implement a one-person, one-fare (1P1F) policy.
Canada
15 Dec 2008
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Liability for Air Navigation and Airport Service Charges
Aircraft lessors and financiers may be held liable for Canadian air navigation and airport service charges incurred by airlines operating the aircraft as a result of a recent decision by the Supreme Court of Canada.
Canada
10 Aug 2006
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Private Enforcement of Civil Remedies
Outsiders often view with interest the private enforcement of competition law through the U.S. courts. Treble damages, per se offences, Illinois Brick, class actions and juries represent a potent mix of plaintiff-friendly factors that permit private U.S. claimants to impose shock and awe on alleged cartelists.
Canada
13 Dec 2005
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Riding the Tsunami: Canadian Marine and Port Security Developments Post 9/11
Geopolitics has placed transportation at the forefront of public policy in Canada. Transport Minister Tony Valeri has recently stated that his primary objective is to do whatever needs doing to make our transportation system more efficient and more competitive and that one of the key challenges is certainly the security of marine transportation.
Canada
14 Apr 2004
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