Government Airport Concession Operations Regulations (SOR/79-373)
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Regulations are current to 2023-05-17 and last amended on 2012-03-14. Previous Versions
Suspension of Permits (continued)
16 Where a permit is suspended, the permit holder shall forthwith return the permit to the airport manager.
Cancellation of Permits
17 (1) Subject to this section, where a permit holder or driver has violated any provision of these Regulations or any of the terms and conditions under which the permit was issued, the Minister may, on the recommendation of an airport manager, cancel the permit.
(2) No permit shall be cancelled pursuant to subsection (1),
(a) unless written notice of the proposed cancellation has been delivered by hand or sent by registered mail to the permit holder, at the address set out in the permit, stating
(i) the reason for the proposed cancellation, and
(ii) that the permit holder may, within 10 days of the date on which the notice was delivered by hand or sent by registered mail, submit reasons, in writing, to the Minister showing cause why the permit should not be cancelled; and
(b) until the expiration of the 10-day period specified in subparagraph (a)(ii).
(3) Where the Minister has received the reasons referred to in subparagraph (2)(a)(ii), he shall
(a) consider the reasons and decide whether or not to cancel the permit; or
(b) refer the matter with all relevant information to a Board for its advice as to whether or not the permit should be cancelled.
(4) Where the Minister has referred the matter to a Board pursuant to paragraph (3)(b) and the Board has advised the Minister, the Minister shall consider the advice of the Board if
(a) the advice is given, pursuant to a hearing by the Board,
(b) the permit holder was a party to the hearing, and
(c) the Minister or his representative was given an opportunity to be heard at the hearing
and shall decide whether or not to cancel the permit.
(5) When the Minister has made a decision in accordance with paragraph (3)(a) or subsection (4), he shall, without delay, inform the permit holder of the decision by written notice delivered by hand or sent by registered mail to the permit holder at the address set out in the permit.
(6) Where a permit is cancelled, the permit holder shall forthwith return the permit to the airport manager.
18 (1) Where a plate has been provided pursuant to subsection 11(2), the plate shall be securely affixed at all times to the exterior of the vehicle for which it was provided to identify that vehicle as a vehicle for which a permit is in force.
(2) Every plate shall remain the property of the Minister and shall be returned, without delay, by the operator to whom it was provided to the airport manager on the expiration, suspension or cancellation of a permit issued to that operator.
(3) Where a plate has been received from an operator, pursuant to subsection (2), as a result of the suspension of a permit, the plate shall be returned to that operator on the termination of the suspension.
19 No operator to whom a permit has been issued in respect of a commercial passenger vehicle or a courtesy vehicle shall operate that vehicle at an airport unless the vehicle has the plate provided for the vehicle affixed to the vehicle in accordance with subsection 18(1).
20 Every person who contravenes these Regulations is liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding four hundred dollars.
- SOR/95-228, s. 4(E)
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