Canada – Recommendations re Queen of Surrey Fire

Thursday, May 11, 2006
Transport Canada issued stated that it is committed to reviewing international marine regulations and standards for fixed fire-extinguishing systems as recommended by the Transportation Safety Board following its investigation of the fire on the passenger ferry Queen of Surrey. source: HK Law

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