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 Investing outlook for 2015 from Purpose Investments' Som Seif French jobs numbers darken festive mood Market Call Tonight: Top picks from Contra The Heard’s Benj Gallander Are low oil prices here to stay? U.S. economy sets blistering pace in third quarter Why little Lithuania wants the euro Russia’s ruble crisis hits the middle class Heads up for touch-free smartphone Cigar rollers in Havana thrilled with warming U.S.-Cuba relations Market Call Tonight: Top picks from Curvature’s James Hodgins Inside UPS's busiest delivery day in history Market Call Tonight: Top picks from ValueTrend’s Keith Richards Investors to watch Abenomics closely in 2015 Help or handout? Parents giving kids an assist with home buying North Korea says it did not hack Sony, wants joint probe with U.S. In a booming industry, medical marijuana company makes problematic claims How technology is changing the way we bank Market Call Tonight: Top picks from BBSL’s John DeGoey Sweet deal? The $120-million bet on iconic Canadian snack cakes Comments AA More Related to this Story Aviation Video: What's the outlook for Porter Airlines?