Mr. Don Manzankowski (Vegreville):
Mr. Speaker, in accordance with the provisions of Standing Order 43,1 rise to propose a motion for immediate and serious consideration. In light of the Air Canada advertisements carried in major newspapers announcing the deliberate intention to keep one third of passenger seats unsold on DC-8 airliners with the addition of extraneous gratuities, and in view of the CTC decision denying charges of inefficient management giving rise to under utilization of fleet resulting in lost available revenues or avoidable increases in expenditures, I move, seconded by the hon. member for Grenville-Carleton (Mr. Baker):
That this House instruct the Minister of Transport to carry out a thorough and independent investigation of the evidence presented during the CTC public hearings before a final decision is given on the appeal of the CTC decision currently before cabinet.
Subtopic: AIR CANADA
Sub-subtopic: PROPOSED INVESTIGATION OF ALLEGATIONS OF INEFFICIENT MANAGEMENT-MOTION UNDER S.O. 43