Government announces appointment of Vice Chair to Canadian International Trade Tribunal
October 7, 2022 - Ottawa, Ontario - Department of Finance Canada
The Government of Canada is committed to appointing highly qualified candidates who are able to best serve the interests of Canadians, through open, transparent and merit-based selection processes for all Governor-in-Council appointments.
In keeping with this commitment, the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, the Honourable Chrystia Freeland, today announced the appointment of Bree Jamieson-Holloway as a permanent member and the Vice Chair of the Canadian International Trade Tribunal (CITT) for a term of 5 years.
Ms. Jamieson-Holloway’s term is set to begin in December 2022.
“The Canadian International Trade Tribunal is a tireless champion of fair and timely adjudication of trade law matters for businesses and workers alike. It has rightly been recognized in Canada and around the world as a centre of excellence. I would like to extend my gratitude to Ms. Jamieson-Holloway for accepting to serve Canadians in her capacity as the Vice Chair, and wish her every success in her new role.”
- The Honourable Chrystia Freeland, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance
The CITT is an independent quasi-judicial body that reports to Parliament through the Minister of Finance.
The CITT supports the government’s objective of a fair and secure Canadian marketplace by providing Canadian and international businesses with access to fair, transparent and timely adjudication of trade and tariff matters.
The CITT conducts inquiries into dumping, subsidy, and procurement complaints; hears appeals of decisions of the Canada Border Services Agency and the Canada Revenue Agency; conducts safeguard inquiries; and provides advice to the government and/or to the Minister of Finance on economic, trade, and tariff issues.
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