Reading Time: < 1 minute Disponible en français. Safety management systems (SMSs) are internationally recognized frameworks that help companies identify safety risks and prevent potential accidents. In Canada, SMSs were introduced into federally regulated transportation in the early 2000s. In terms of air and marine transport, respectively,… Read More ›
Marine Pilotage in Canada: En Route to Modernizing the Pilotage Act
Reading Time: 7 minutes (Disponible en français : Le pilotage maritime au Canada : en route vers la modernisation de la Loi sur le pilotage) In May 2017, Transport Canada launched its Pilotage Act Review, which resulted in the publication of a final report… Read More ›
New Rights for Canada’s Air Passengers
Reading Time: 4 minutes (Disponible en français : Nouveaux droits des passagers aériens au Canada) There have been many media reports in recent years about the plight of Canadian airline passengers being denied boarding, having their flights delayed or cancelled, or having to wait… Read More ›
Hyperloop: The Future of Intercity Transportation?
Reading Time: 5 minutes (Disponible en français : L’Hyperloop : l’avenir du transport interurbain?) Although the Hyperloop concept is not new, its main features were revealed in 2013 by Elon Musk, founder of Tesla and Space X, with the publication of his Hyperloop Alpha… Read More ›
Marine Pilotage in Canada: En Route to Modernizing The Pilotage Act?
Reading Time: 6 minutes (Disponible en français : Le pilotage maritime au Canada : en route vers la modernisation de la Loi sur le pilotage?) Note: This publication was updated in September, 2020: Marine Pilotage in Canada: En Route to Modernizing the Pilotage Act… Read More ›