This Web site is your primary source of information related to claims and the bankruptcy proceedings of Canada 3000 Airlines Limited/Lignes Aériennes Canada 3000 Limitée,
This site will be updated as information becomes available. We encourage you to visit this site if you have any concerns and/or additional inquiries.
CANADA 3000 AIRLINES LIMITED
As of November 6, 2012, all Canada 3000 dividends were mailed to the employees. If an employee is listed on the Final Dividend sheets and has not received a statement showing that Human Resources and Skills Development Canada (“HRSDC”) has taken their dividend or received a cheque from the Trustee, please contact the Trustee by email to Donna Smith at the contact link on the right.
The Trustee will be holding any returned cheques for the next few months only. After that time, the funds will be turned over to the Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy as required under the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act.
Any queries regarding the deduction made by HRSDC must be made directly with a local HRSDC office.
A Notice of Final Dividend and Application for Discharge of the Trustee will be mailed to all proven creditors on or around May 3, 2012. Pursuant to an order of the Court dated October 21, 2011, dividends of $10.00 or less will not be distributed to creditors, but will be remitted to the Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy. The final dividend will be paid after the expiration of 15 days following the date of the mailing of this notice.
Please refer to the Final Dividend tab for full particulars of the Trustee’s Final Statement of Receipts and Disbursements, as taxed by the Court and the Final Dividend Sheet, indicating the amount available for distribution amongst the proven creditors.
On October 21, 2011, the Court issued an Order:
On September 27, 2011, the Trustee prepared its Eighth Report to seek the Court’s advice and directions under section 34(1) of the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act (the “BIA”), concerning the distribution of funds in the estate to creditors and compliance with certain provisions of the BIA and the Employment Insurance Act (the “EIA”).In particular, the Trustee will seek an order from the Court: