Minister of Transport announces new appointments at Canadian Transportation Agency
January 18, 2024 Ottawa Transport Canada
Canadians deserve a safe, efficient, and environmentally sustainable transportation system. The Canadian Transportation Agency is the federal regulatory body that ensures that the national transportation system runs efficiently and smoothly, and oversees consumer protection for air passengers and the protection of persons with disabilities' human rights. It plays a critical role in the nation's transportation network.
Today, the Minister of Transport, Pablo Rodriguez, announced the following two appointments at the Canadian Transportation Agency:
- J. Mark MacKeigan has been reappointed as a member for a term of four years (effective November 28, 2023).
- Marisa Eva Victor has been appointed as a member for a four-year term (effective January 9, 2024).
These appointees bring a diverse range of expertise to their roles within the Canadian Transportation Agency. Their appointments were made through an open, transparent and merit-based Governor-in-Council selection process, aimed at aiding the Canadian Transportation Agency in fulfilling its crucial mandate of ensuring a competitive, accessible, and efficient transportation system for Canadians.
"We are appointing qualified members to the Canadian Transportation Agency to ensure a competitive, accessible, and sustainable transportation system. I wish them well and look forward to seeing them play a crucial role advancing the goals of the agency and shaping the future of Canada's transportation landscape.”
The Honourable Pablo Rodriguez
Minister of Transport
The Minister of Transport is responsible for appointments to 53 portfolio organizations, which include:
- 8 Crown corporations;
- 4 administrative tribunal/agencies;
- 21 Canadian Airport Authorities;
- 17 Canada Port Authorities; and
- 3 other shared governance organizations.
Office of the Honourable Pablo Rodriguez
Minister of Transport, Ottawa
Transport Canada, Ottawa
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