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 The Bottom Line: Should you tell co-workers what you earn? A candid Warren Buffett responds to critics Why McDonald’s turnaround plan has no meat Market Call Tonight - Top Picks When should young Canadians start saving for retirement? What we own, and what we owe: How Canadian households measure up Market Call Tonight: Top picks from CastleMoore’s Hap Sneddon Tesla wants to power homes with its batteries Say on pay – Why shareholders are so angry How should you spend your tax refund? Lexus' shock therapy sees 'ugly' sell Hulu's 'Seinfeld' deal: It’s about much more than nothing Can rising profit help VW move on? Privacy by design: The competitive edge big business misses When is it too late to buy a first home? Video: Emergency departments a study in teamwork Slowing U.K. recovery is election issue No Greek tears over 'rock star' minister The food revolt: Why GMO now means Get this Muck Out Comments AA More Related to this Story Aviation Video: What's the outlook for Porter Airlines?