Court Cites X-Ray Contract

The agency responsible for Canadian air traveller’s safety has been cited by a federal judge for deception, favoritism and unfair contracting. And the auditor general’s office hints a special examination of the agency may be pending. The uproar followed court evidence suggesting management at the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority misled its Board of Directors and broke its own rules in unfairly awarding a $40.5 million contract for airport X-ray screeners: “Astonishing”.

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