Aeronautics Act (R.S.C., 1985, c. A-2)

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Act current to 2018-10-03 and last amended on 2017-12-12. Previous Versions

RELATED PROVISIONS

  • — SI/2011-10

    •  His Excellency the Governor General in Council, on the recommendation of the Prime Minister, pursuant to paragraph 2(a)Footnote a of the Public Service Rearrangement and Transfer of Duties ActFootnote b, hereby transfers to the Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness the powers, duties and functions of the Minister of Transport under paragraph 4.81(1)(b)Footnote c of the Aeronautics ActFootnote d to determine, and to authorize officers to determine, whether an individual is to be specified by the Minister of Transport to air carriers for the purpose of requiring the air carriers to provide information pursuant to the Identity Screening RegulationsFootnote e.

  • — 2014, c. 29, s. 24

    • Existing investigations — military-civilian occurrences
      • 24 (1) On the coming into force of Part II of the Aeronautics Act (referred to in this section as “the Act”), as enacted by section 19 of this Act, that Part applies to any investigation already begun of an accident or incident relating to aeronautics that would have been considered a military-civilian occurrence, as defined in that Part, and the Airworthiness Investigative Authority designated by the Minister of National Defence under section 12 of the Act shall continue the investigation in accordance with that Part.

      • Completed investigations — military-civilian occurrences

        (2) If, on the coming into force of Part II of the Act, an investigation referred to in subsection (1) has been completed but no report on it has been provided to the Minister of National Defence, then the following provisions apply on the coming into force of that Part: subsections 18(1) to (9) of the Act, the provisions of sections 22 to 24.1 of the Act relating to on-board recordings, communication records and statements, as defined in sections 22, 24 and 24.1 of the Act, respectively, and the provisions of section 24.2 of the Act relating to reporting by civilians.

  • — 2014, c. 29, s. 25

    • Existing military investigations

      25 If, on the coming into force of Part II of the Aeronautics Act (referred to in this section as “the Act”), as enacted by section 19 of this Act, an investigation by or under the authority of the Minister of National Defence of an accident or incident relating to aeronautics that would not have been considered a military-civilian occurrence, as defined in that Part, has already begun, or one has been completed but no report on it has been provided to that Minister, then the following provisions apply on the coming into force of that Part: subsections 18(1) to (9) of the Act, the provisions of sections 22 to 24.1 of the Act relating to on-board recordings, communication records and statements, as defined in sections 22, 24 and 24.1 of the Act, respectively, and the provisions of section 24.2 of the Act relating to reporting by civilians.

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