August 29th, 2017 at the British Columbia Institute of Technology Downtown Vancouver Campus
Address by Dr. Scott Streiner, Chair and CEO, Canadian Transportation Agency
If Bill C-49 receives Royal Assent in its present form, several legal and regulatory changes will occur that affect the conduct of business between transport providers and transport users. For example, air passengers would acquire more rights if something goes wrong with their flight; freight shippers captive to one railway would gain more bargaining leverage with that railway.
Click here to download the Proceedings of the Breakfast, which includes the text of Dr. Streiner’s remarks to the 74 participants at this event, and a record of the question and answer period. The Institute is grateful to the Port of Vancouver for its sponsorship of the event.
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