With Canada’s weak protections failing air passengers, all eyes are on the transport minister
Canada should look to the European Union’s air passenger protections as an example of a system with fewer loopholes and less administrative burden.
Transport Minister Omar Alghabra, pictured on the Hill. When first introduced in 2019, the Liberals claimed their Air Passenger Protection Regulations would be 'world leading,' but three years and two busy travel seasons marred by delays and cancellations have proven otherwise, writes NDP MP Taylor Bachrach. The Hill Times photograph Andrew Meade