If you are travelling by plane from and within Canada, you are required to bring your own face covering. In light of the evolving situation with COVID-19, all passengers and non-passengers must wear a face covering and place it over their mouth and nose before entering the screening checkpoint. You can use disposable or homemade facemasks, scarves, bandanas, or any type of material that covers your nose and mouth and is secured to your head. If you cannot wear a face covering for medical or health reasons, please let the screening officers know before going through the checkpoint. Here’s some other changes we’ve made at the checkpoint.
Reports and Summaries
Reports on the Administration of the Access to Information Act
Each year, CATSA publishes a comprehensive report that includes statistics on Access to Information requests and responses, as well as information on our associated policies and training.
Reports on the Administration of the Privacy Act
These comprehensive reports, published annually, provide statistics on requests under the Privacy Act, information on our responses, procedures and training activities.
Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA) Summaries
CATSA is committed to privacy and the protection of personal information used in the course of providing programs and services to the public.
A Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA) is an assessment which assists CATSA in evaluating the effects of program and service delivery on individual privacy to ensure the protection of personal information.