4.7 The following definitions apply in sections 4.71 to 4.85.
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“goods” means anything that may be taken or placed on board an aircraft, or that may be brought into an aerodrome or other aviation facility, including personal belongings, baggage, cargo and conveyances.
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“screening” means a screening, including a search, carried out in the manner and under the circumstances prescribed in aviation security regulations, security measures, emergency directions or interim orders.
- R.S., 1985, c. 33 (1st Supp.), s. 1;
- 1992, c. 4, s. 5;
- 1999, c. 31, ss. 5, 6;
- 2004, c. 15, s. 5.
Aviation Security Regulations
Marginal note:Aviation security regulations
4.71 (1) The Governor in Council may make regulations respecting aviation security.
Marginal note:Contents of regulations
(2) Without limiting the generality of subsection (1), regulations may be made under that subsection
(a) respecting the safety of the public, passengers, crew members, aircraft and aerodromes and other aviation facilities;
(b) respecting restricted areas in aircraft or at aerodromes or other aviation facilities, including regulations respecting their identification, access to them and their administration or management;
(c) respecting the screening of persons entering or inside an aircraft or an aerodrome or other aviation facility;
(d) respecting the screening of goods that are intended to be taken or placed on board an aircraft or brought into an aerodrome or other aviation facility, or that are inside an aircraft or an aerodrome or other aviation facility, including regulations authorizing the use of force to gain access to goods being screened;
(e) respecting the seizure or detention of goods in the course of screenings, including regulations respecting the destruction of seized or detained goods;
(f) respecting the prevention of unlawful interference with civil aviation and the action that is to be taken if that interference occurs or is likely to occur;
(g) requiring any person or any class of persons to have a security clearance as a condition to conducting any activity specified in the regulations or to being
(i) the holder of a Canadian aviation document,
(ii) a crew member, or
(iii) the holder of a restricted area pass, within the meaning of section 1 of the Canadian Aviation Security Regulations;
(h) respecting the making of applications for security clearances and the information to be provided by applicants;
(i) specifying Canadian aviation documents for the purpose of paragraph 3(3)(c);
(j) establishing security requirements for the design or construction of aircraft and aerodromes and other aviation facilities;
(k) requiring security management systems to be established by the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority and by air carriers and operators of aerodromes and other aviation facilities, including regulations respecting the content or requirements of those systems;
(l) establishing security requirements for equipment, systems and processes used in aircraft and aerodromes and other aviation facilities;
(m) respecting the qualifications, training and standards of performance of classes of persons having responsibilities for security requirements;
(n) respecting the testing of the effectiveness of equipment, systems and processes used in aircraft and aerodromes and other aviation facilities; and
(o) respecting the provision to the Minister of aviation security related information specified in the regulations.
- 2004, c. 15, s. 5.
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