The investigation into a major security breach at YVR last month has wrapped up, but the Canada Border Services Agency is refusing to say what action was taken against the airline involved.
It was Sunday, June 7, when an Air Canada flight arrived at YVR from Beijing.
Almost 350 passengers were misdirected into the domestic area and failed to clear customs.
They were quickly rounded up, and processed correctly, but at the time, Canada Border Services said the airline could face fines and possible prosecution.
Today, CBSA spokesperson Robin Barcham says the investigation has concluded, and actions were taken to ensure security measures are strictly followed.
But she refused to say what that action was.
Air Canada also refused to comment- only saying its implemented “enhanced processes” with YVR.