Détails d'une promesse

We will require that government review all appeals by Canadians on the no-fly list.

Trudeau polimetre - 2015
Promesse en voie de réalisation ou partiellement réalisée

Real Change: A New Plan For a Strong Middle Class (page 53)


August 16, 2019 - "The Passenger Protect Program (PPP) prevents people who could be a threat to national security from boarding a plane. The Program currently works with air carriers to screen passengers travelling to, from and within Canada." - How the Passenger Protect Program Works - Public Safety Canada

August 02, 2019 - "The Passenger Protect Inquiries Office (PPIO) assists people who have had issues while traveling by air to, from, and within Canada and believe it is because of Canada’s SATA list. The PPIO looks at individual cases to help determine their cause(s) and provide information that may help fix the issue." - The Passenger Protect Inquiries Office (PPIO) - Public Safety Canada

June 22, 2019 - "Bill C-59 proposes changes to the Passenger Protection Program, including giving the Minister of Public Safety new oversight powers such as the ability to make certain amendments to the list." - Relief in sight for those falsely flagged on Canada's 'no-fly list' - CTV News

May 30, 2019C-59 An Act respecting national security matters (Third Reading in the Senate)

December 04, 0217 - "Bill C-59, the government's massive response to the Harper government's controversial Bill C-51, is now before committee in the Commons." - We need real honest debate on bill C-59 - The Globe and Mail

May 31, 2017 - "Executives at two prominent Canadian firms say they’re suffering damage to financial opportunities and their own reputations because their names match those of individuals on the no-fly list — and they’re getting tired of waiting for Ottawa to do something about it." - Canadian executives demanding action on no-fly list glitches - iPolitics

June 10, 2016 - "New federal office to help with no-fly list headaches...The Passenger Protect Inquiries Office is a step toward creating a full homegrown redress system to better deal with false name matches on Canada's no-fly list, Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale announced Friday." - New federal office to help with no-fly list headaches - CTV News


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