The CITT provides Canadian and international businesses with access to fair, transparent and timely processes for the investigation of trade remedy cases and complaints concerning federal government procurement and for the adjudication of appeals on customs and excise matters. At the request of the Government, the Tribunal provides advice in tariff, trade, commercial and economic matters.

On April 26, 2018, the CITT Rules were amended to modernize the Tribunal’s procedures to ensure they are transparent and efficient. Find out what the changes are, and how they affect cases before the Tribunal…

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Did you know that some appeals can be heard by way of written submissions, without parties incurring the additional expenses of an oral hearing?

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The timeframe to file a procurement complaint is very short (usually 10 working days from the time one learns the ground of complaint).

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As of December 31, 2016, there were 66 anti-dumping and 21 countervailing measures in place in Canada, affecting $2 billion in imports, $10 billion in domestic shipments, and 27,000 jobs in the domestic industries directly benefiting from the measures.

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Dumping and Subsidizing

At the request of Her Excellency the Governor in Council, the Tribunal is conducting a safeguard inquiry into the importation of seven steel products.

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Importation of seven steel products

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Date of Publication Description Identification
2018-10-18 SOFTSIM TECHNOLOGIES INC. PR-2018-025
2018-10-18 SOFTSIM TECHNOLOGIES INC. PR-2018-026
2018-10-17 PRE LABS INC. PR-2018-027
2018-10-17 HARRIS CORPORATION PR-2018-001
2018-10-16 SILICON METAL RR-2018-003
2018-10-15 CARBON STEEL WELDED PIPE RR-2017-005
2018-10-11 ENGINEERED FLOORS, LLC AP-2017-035
2018-10-11 GLOBAL FURNITURE GROUP PR-2018-030