Aviation Porter told to compensate passengers for delayed flights Add to ... CTV.ca News Staff Published Thursday, Jan. 17 2013, 7:38 PM EST Last updated Friday, Jan. 18 2013, 7:39 AM EST Bruce Cran, president of the Consumers’ Association of Canada, looks at a CTA ruling that Porter Airlines must compensate its passengers for delayed flights Watch More Video: Sneak peek at the making of the island pedestrian walkway Bull vs. Bear: Is it time to roll the dice on oil stocks? The holiday hustle: getting shoppers in-store Will lack of funds hurt EU growth plan? Holiday firm Thomas Cook hit by shock CEO exit Deere cuts profit outlook as farmers buy fewer tractors South Korean shoppers keeping wallets closed Russian chill in Europe's ski resorts Who will be my executor and power of attorney? Help wanted: Skilled trades workers and (real) cowboys Buy American… in Canada? Talking Management Video: Why communication is key for virtual teams Five years after the auto bailout: Where did the money go? Tiffany's sales sparkle in U.S. Twitter #fail: CFO accidentally tweets about deal Canada's cowboy shortage driving up burger prices BlackBerry wants you to trade your iPhone for cash HBC CEO talks retailer's real estate strategy Market Call Tonight: Top picks from Goodreid's Gordon Reid Streetwise: Nigel Wright's back and deal making at Onex Comments AA More Related to this Story Aviation Video: What's the outlook for Porter Airlines?