Monday, December 19, 2005

Oxygen obstacles

The Canadian Transportation Agency will convene an oral hearing to determine whether obstacles faced by people needing medical oxygen while flying are "undue" under the Canada Transportation Act. They will also look at corrective measures, if the obstacles are found to be undue. The hearing is expected to convene in spring of 2006. The Canadian Transportation Agency is an independent Government of Canadaquasi-judicial tribunal. Its mandate includes the responsibility to eliminate undue obstacles to the mobility of persons with disabilities within the federal transportation network.


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