134. The Commission may suspend or cancel an authorization it has granted for a transportation system if
(1) the insurance contribution referred to in section 50 or the annual duties payable to maintain the authorization have not been paid within the time prescribed by government regulation;
(2) a person referred to in paragraph 2 of section 28 has been found guilty of a criminal offence referred to in section 29;
(3) the operator or such a person has filed a false declaration or document, or false information, or has distorted or has failed to report a material fact for the granting of the authorization;
(4) the operator has been found guilty of the offence under subparagraph c of paragraph 1 of section 172;
(5) the operator has otherwise failed to comply with one of its obligations under this Act;
(6) the operator does not comply with an enforceable decision of the Commission; or
(7) the Commission considers that the public interest warrants it.
The Commission may also suspend or cancel such an authorization where, because of the number, repetitive nature or seriousness of the offences under the provisions of this Act committed by drivers registered with the system operator or the owners of automobiles registered with that operator, it considers that the operator has not taken the necessary measures to monitor such persons and automobiles.
Instead of suspending or cancelling an authorization, the Commission may, for the period it determines, prohibit a transportation system operator from registering any driver or automobile.
In the situation referred to in subparagraph 2 of the first paragraph, the Commission must, before making its decision to suspend or cancel the authorization, consult the judicial record evaluation committee referred to in section 17 with respect to the relation between the offence and the aptitudes required and appropriate conduct for participating in the operation of a transportation system.
See transitional provisions, 2019, c. 18, s. 290.