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ANNEX 1
Canadian International Trade Tribunal-specific Classes of Records - Quasi-Judicial Role

Title Record Number
Appeals of tariff or duty decisions of the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) and the Minister of National Revenue CITT TCCE 6205
Bid Challenges (Procurement Complaints) CITT TCCE 6249
Expiry Proceedings CITT TCCE 6278
Expiry Reviews CITT TCCE 6285
Final Injury Inquiries CITT TCCE 6255
Interim Reviews CITT TCCE 6275
Preliminary Injury Inquiries CITT TCCE 6252
Public Interest Inquiries CITT TCCE 6265
Safeguard Inquiries - Chinese Safeguards CITT TCCE 6220

Canadian International Trade Tribunal-specific Personal Information Banks - Quasi-Judicial Role

Title Bank Number
Appeals of tariff or duty decisions of the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) and the Minister of National Revenue CITT PPU 002
Bid Challenges (Procurement Complaints) CITT PPU 003
Unfair Trade Cases CITT PPU 001

Appeals from Decisions of the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) and of the Minister of National Revenue

Description: Records related to the review and consideration of appeals from decisions of the CBSA relating to tariff classification, value for duty, origin assessment or the marking of goods imported into Canada; appeals from decisions of the CBSA concerning the application, to imported goods, of a Tribunal finding or order concerning dumping or subsidizing and the normal value, export price or subsidy of imported goods; and appeals from decisions of the Minister of National Revenue about an assessment or re-determination of federal sales tax or excise tax. Records related to case disposition.

Document Types: Notices, assessments, determinations, re-determinations, case briefs, expert witness reports, expert witness rebuttal reports, requests to intervene, correspondence, briefing notes, transcripts, motions, legal authorities, and the Tribunal's decisions and statements of reasons.

Record Number: CITT TCCE 6205

● Appeals of tariff or duty decisions of the Canada Border Services Agency and the Minister of National Revenue

Description: This bank describes information concerning individuals who have filed an appeal from a decision of the CBSA as provided under the Customs Act or the Special Import Measures Act (SIMA), or decisions of the Minister of National Revenue , as provided under the Excise Tax Act, relating to tariff classification, origin, duty and/or markings of goods imported into Canada, or excise tax decisions. The personal information may include names, contact information, personal opinions and views, financial information in the instance of sole proprietor business arrangements, biographical information of expert witnesses and signatures.

Class of Individuals: Members of the general public who are parties/interveners to the appeal, representatives of companies, brokers, and officials of CBSA and Canada Revenue Agency(CRA) who are respondents to the appeal and counsel (including federal government counsel).

Purpose: The personal information is for use by the Tribunal in exercising its jurisdiction to hear appeals. Personal information is collected pursuant to the CITT Act, the Customs Act, the Excise Tax Act and SIMA.

Consistent Uses: Information will be provided to the parties, such as officials or counsel for the CBSA or the CRA, and any other parties to the file, including interveners, so that they may respond to the appeal. The names of the parties and witnesses may appear in the reasons for decisions, which are published on the Tribunal's Web site. Should the appeal be subject to judicial review, a copy of the file may be provided to the appropriate court of law, as directed. Confidential information is only provided to counsel who have filed a confidentiality undertaking. Information may be disclosed to bailiff companies in order to serve subpoenas as required.

Retention and Disposal Standards: Records retained by the Tribunal for six years after the last correspondence and are then transferred to the Library and Archives of Canada as archival records.

RDA Number: 93/036
Related Record Number:
CITT TCCE 6205
TBS Registration:
20090943
Bank Number:
CITT PPU 002

Bid Challenges (Procurement Complaints)

Description: Records related to inquiries into complaints made by potential suppliers concerning federal government procurement covered by the various trade agreements and the rendering of a decision. Records related to case disposition.

Document Types: Complaints, solicitations, requests for proposals, proposals, bids, contracts, notices, requests for intervener status, undertakings, reports, submissions, directions, correspondence, motions, the Tribunal's determinations and statements of reasons, and transcripts.

Record Number: CITT TCCE 6249

● Bid Challenges (Procurement Complaints)

Description: This bank describes information concerning suppliers that challenge federal government procurement decisions that they believe have not been made in accordance with the requirements of Chapter Ten of North American Free Trade Agreement, Chapter Five of the Agreement on Internal Trade, the World Trade Organization Agreement on Government Procurement or Chapter Kbis of the Canada-Chile Free Trade Agreement, Chapter 14 of the Canada-Peru Free Trade Agreement, the Canada-Colombia Free Trade Agreement or the Canada-Panama Free Trade Agreement or any potential suppliers that believe that they may have been unfairly treated during the solicitation or evaluation of bids or in the awarding of a contract regarding a designated procurement. The personal information may include names, contact information, financial information, biographical information, personal views and opinions, and signatures.

Class of Individuals: Potential suppliers, representatives of a supplier and the general public who are parties/interveners in the case, counsel, and officials of the government institution concerned and their counsel (including federal government counsel).

Purpose: The personal information is for use by the Tribunal in exercising its jurisdiction to hear procurement complaints. Personal information is collected pursuant to the Canadian International Trade Tribunal Act.

Consistent Uses: Names, addresses, bid proposal and possible financial proposal may be provided to the parties to the file, such as the complainant, representatives of the government institution and any interveners, so that they may respond to the complaint. Confidential information is only provided to counsel who have filed a confidentiality undertaking. The names of the parties and witnesses appear in the reasons for decisions, which are published on the Tribunal's Web site. Should the complaint be subject to judicial review, a copy of the file may be provided to the appropriate court of law, as directed. Information may be shared with any federal institution involved in the procurement process. Information may be disclosed to bailiff companies in order to serve subpoenas as required.

Retention and Disposal Standards: Records retained by the Tribunal for 10 years. Disposition thereafter is at discretion of the Tribunal.

RDA Number: 2005/006 (Operational Case File MIDA)
Related Record Number: CITT TCCE 6249
TBS Registration: 20090944
Bank Number: CITT PPU 003

Expiry Proceedings

Description: Records related to the consideration, prior to the expiry of the finding or order, of whether an expiry review of a finding or order is warranted and the rendering of a decision. Records related to case disposition.

Document Types: Notices, undertakings, submissions, reply submissions, supporting evidence, legal authorities, mailing lists, correspondence, the Tribunal's orders and statements of reasons.

Record Number: CITT TCCE 6278

● Unfair Trade Cases

Description: This bank describes information concerning representatives of companies that produce, import, export or purchase goods which are the subject of an unfair trade case. Where a company is structured under a sole proprietorship business model, the personal information may include names, contact information, other identification numbers, financial information, personal views and opinions and signatures.

Class of Individuals: Representatives of sole-proprietorship companies that produce, import, export or purchase the goods which are the subject of the unfair trade case, counsel and trade consultants.

Purpose: The personal information is for use by the Tribunal in exercising its jurisdiction to hear and dispose of unfair trade cases. Personal information is collected pursuant to the Canadian International Trade Tribunal Act and the Special Import Measures Act.

Consistent Uses: Information will be provided to the parties to the file so that they may make their cases before the Tribunal. Confidential information is only provided to counsel who have filed a confidentiality undertaking. The names of the parties and witnesses will appear in the Tribunal's reasons for decision which are published on the Tribunal's Web site. In addition, should the unfair trade case be subject to judicial review, a copy of the file may be provided to the appropriate court of law, as directed. Information may be disclosed to bailiff companies in order to serve subpoenas as required.

Retention and Disposal Standards: See note.

RDA Number: See note.
Related Record Number:
CITT TCCE 6278, CITT TCCE 6285, CITT TCCE 6255, CITT TCCE 6275, CITT TCCE 6252, CITT TCCE 6265, CITT TCCE 6220
TBS Registration:
20090945
Bank Number:
CITT PPU 001

Note:

Records are retained by the Tribunal for 31 years after last correspondence and are then transferred to the Library and Archives of Canada as archival records for related record numbers CITT TCCE 6285 (RDA # 94/036) and CITT TCCE 6255 (RDA # 94/033)

Records are retained by the Tribunal for 31 years. Disposition thereafter is at the discretion of the Tribunal for related record numbers CITT TCCE 6278, CITT TCCE 6275, CITT TCCE 6252, CITT TCCE 6265 and CITT TCCE 6220 (RDA # 2005/006) (Operational Case File MIDA)

Expiry Reviews

Description: Records related to expiry reviews to determine if there is a likelihood of injury or retardation, following a determination from the Canada Border Services Agency that the expiry of a finding or order is likely to result in a continuation or resumption of dumping and/or subsidizing, and the rendering of a decision. Records related to case disposition.

Document Types: Notices, undertakings, questionnaire replies, reports, requests for information and replies, witness statements, mailing lists, case briefs, legal authorities, expert witness reports, motions, directions, correspondence, research documents, transcripts, the Tribunal's orders and statements of reasons.

Record Number: CITT TCCE 6285

● Unfair Trade Cases

Description: This bank describes information concerning representatives of companies that produce, import, export or purchase goods which are the subject of an unfair trade case. Where a company is structured under a sole proprietorship business model, the personal information may include names, contact information, other identification numbers, financial information, personal views and opinions and signatures.

Class of Individuals: Representatives of sole-proprietorship companies that produce, import, export or purchase the goods which are the subject of the unfair trade case, counsel and trade consultants.

Purpose: The personal information is for use by the Tribunal in exercising its jurisdiction to hear and dispose of unfair trade cases. Personal information is collected pursuant to the Canadian International Trade Tribunal Act and the Special Import Measures Act.

Consistent Uses: Information will be provided to the parties to the file so that they may make their cases before the Tribunal. Confidential information is only provided to counsel who have filed a confidentiality undertaking. The names of the parties and witnesses will appear in the Tribunal's reasons for decision which are published on the Tribunal's Web site. In addition, should the unfair trade case be subject to judicial review, a copy of the file may be provided to the appropriate court of law, as directed. Information may be disclosed to bailiff companies in order to serve subpoenas as required.

Retention and Disposal Standards: See note.

RDA Number: See note.
Related Record Number:
CITT TCCE 6278, CITT TCCE 6285, CITT TCCE 6255, CITT TCCE 6275, CITT TCCE 6252, CITT TCCE 6265, CITT TCCE 6220
TBS Registration:
20090945
Bank Number:
CITT PPU 001

Note:

Records are retained by the Tribunal for 31 years after last correspondence and are then transferred to the Library and Archives of Canada as archival records for related record numbers CITT TCCE 6285 (RDA # 94/036) and CITT TCCE 6255 (RDA # 94/033)

Records are retained by the Tribunal for 31 years. Disposition thereafter is at the discretion of the Tribunal for related record numbers CITT TCCE 6278, CITT TCCE 6275, CITT TCCE 6252, CITT TCCE 6265 and CITT TCCE 6220 (RDA # 2005/006) (Operational Case File MIDA)

Final Injury Inquiries

Description: Records related to inquiries into whether dumped and/or subsidized imports have caused, or are threatening to cause, injury to a domestic industry, and the rendering of a decision. Records related to case disposition.

Document Types: Notices, undertakings, replies to questionnaires, staff reports, requests for information, replies to requests for information, directions, mailing lists, research documents, witness statements, case briefs, legal authorities, expert reports, rebuttal expert reports, transcripts, correspondence, motions, the Tribunal's findings and statements of reasons.

Record Number: CITT TCCE 6255

● Unfair Trade Cases

Description: This bank describes information concerning representatives of companies that produce, import, export or purchase goods which are the subject of an unfair trade case. Where a company is structured under a sole proprietorship business model, the personal information may include names, contact information, other identification numbers, financial information, personal views and opinions and signatures.

Class of Individuals: Representatives of sole-proprietorship companies that produce, import, export or purchase the goods which are the subject of the unfair trade case, counsel and trade consultants.

Purpose: The personal information is for use by the Tribunal in exercising its jurisdiction to hear and dispose of unfair trade cases. Personal information is collected pursuant to the Canadian International Trade Tribunal Act and the Special Import Measures Act.

Consistent Uses: Information will be provided to the parties to the file so that they may make their cases before the Tribunal. Confidential information is only provided to counsel who have filed a confidentiality undertaking. The names of the parties and witnesses will appear in the Tribunal's reasons for decision which are published on the Tribunal's Web site. In addition, should the unfair trade case be subject to judicial review, a copy of the file may be provided to the appropriate court of law, as directed. Information may be disclosed to bailiff companies in order to serve subpoenas as required.

Retention and Disposal Standards: See note.

RDA Number: See note.
Related Record Number:
CITT TCCE 6278, CITT TCCE 6285, CITT TCCE 6255, CITT TCCE 6275, CITT TCCE 6252, CITT TCCE 6265, CITT TCCE 6220
TBS Registration:
20090945
Bank Number:
CITT PPU 001

Note:

Records are retained by the Tribunal for 31 years after last correspondence and are then transferred to the Library and Archives of Canada as archival records for related record numbers CITT TCCE 6285 (RDA # 94/036) and CITT TCCE 6255 (RDA # 94/033)

Records are retained by the Tribunal for 31 years. Disposition thereafter is at the discretion of the Tribunal for related record numbers CITT TCCE 6278, CITT TCCE 6275, CITT TCCE 6252, CITT TCCE 6265 and CITT TCCE 6220 (RDA # 2005/006) (Operational Case File MIDA)

Interim Reviews

Description: Records related to considering requests to review a finding or order prior to the expiry of the finding or order, and the rendering of a decision. Records relate to case disposition.

Document Types: Requests for interim review, responses, notices, undertakings, submissions, reply submissions, correspondence, mailing lists, motions, the Tribunal's orders and statements of reasons.

Record Number: CITT TCCE 6275

● Unfair Trade Cases

Description: This bank describes information concerning representatives of companies that produce, import, export or purchase goods which are the subject of an unfair trade case. Where a company is structured under a sole proprietorship business model, the personal information may include names, contact information, other identification numbers, financial information, personal views and opinions and signatures.

Class of Individuals: Representatives of sole-proprietorship companies that produce, import, export or purchase the goods which are the subject of the unfair trade case, counsel and trade consultants.

Purpose:The personal information is for use by the Tribunal in exercising its jurisdiction to hear and dispose of unfair trade cases. Personal information is collected pursuant to the Canadian International Trade Tribunal Act and the Special Import Measures Act.

Consistent Uses: Information will be provided to the parties to the file so that they may make their cases before the Tribunal. Confidential information is only provided to counsel who have filed a confidentiality undertaking. The names of the parties and witnesses will appear in the Tribunal's reasons for decision which are published on the Tribunal's Web site. In addition, should the unfair trade case be subject to judicial review, a copy of the file may be provided to the appropriate court of law, as directed. Information may be disclosed to bailiff companies in order to serve subpoenas as required.

Retention and Disposal Standards: See note.

RDA Number: See note.
Related Record Number:
CITT TCCE 6278, CITT TCCE 6285, CITT TCCE 6255, CITT TCCE 6275, CITT TCCE 6252, CITT TCCE 6265, CITT TCCE 6220
TBS Registration:
20090945
Bank Number:
CITT PPU 001

Note:

Records are retained by the Tribunal for 31 years after last correspondence and are then transferred to the Library and Archives of Canada as archival records for related record numbers CITT TCCE 6285 (RDA # 94/036) and CITT TCCE 6255 (RDA # 94/033)

Records are retained by the Tribunal for 31 years. Disposition thereafter is at the discretion of the Tribunal for related record numbers CITT TCCE 6278, CITT TCCE 6275, CITT TCCE 6252, CITT TCCE 6265 and CITT TCCE 6220 (RDA # 2005/006) (Operational Case File MIDA)

Preliminary Injury Inquiries

Description: Records related to inquiries into whether the evidence filed in support of a dumping and/or subsidizing complaint discloses a reasonable indication that the said dumping and/or subsidizing has caused injury or retardation or is threatening to cause injury to the domestic industry, and the rendering of a decision. Records relate to case disposition.

Document Types:Complaint, notices, complaint analysis, mailing lists, undertakings, submissions, reply submissions, requests for information from the Tribunal and replies, correspondence, motions, legal authorities, the Tribunal's determinations and statements of reasons.

Record Number: CITT TCCE 6252

● Unfair Trade Cases

Description: This bank describes information concerning representatives of companies that produce, import, export or purchase goods which are the subject of an unfair trade case. Where a company is structured under a sole proprietorship business model, the personal information may include names, contact information, other identification numbers, financial information, personal views and opinions and signatures.

Class of Individuals: Representatives of sole-proprietorship companies that produce, import, export or purchase the goods which are the subject of the unfair trade case, counsel and trade consultants.

Purpose: The personal information is for use by the Tribunal in exercising its jurisdiction to hear and dispose of unfair trade cases. Personal information is collected pursuant to the Canadian International Trade Tribunal Act and the Special Import Measures Act.

Consistent Uses:Information will be provided to the parties to the file so that they may make their cases before the Tribunal. Confidential information is only provided to counsel who have filed a confidentiality undertaking. The names of the parties and witnesses will appear in the Tribunal's reasons for decision which are published on the Tribunal's Web site. In addition, should the unfair trade case be subject to judicial review, a copy of the file may be provided to the appropriate court of law, as directed. Information may be disclosed to bailiff companies in order to serve subpoenas as required.

Retention and Disposal Standards: See note.

RDA Number: See note.
Related Record Number:
CITT TCCE 6278, CITT TCCE 6285, CITT TCCE 6255, CITT TCCE 6275, CITT TCCE 6252, CITT TCCE 6265, CITT TCCE 6220
TBS Registration:
20090945
Bank Number:
CITT PPU 001

Note:

Records are retained by the Tribunal for 31 years after last correspondence and are then transferred to the Library and Archives of Canada as archival records for related record numbers CITT TCCE 6285 (RDA # 94/036) and CITT TCCE 6255 (RDA # 94/033)

Records are retained by the Tribunal for 31 years. Disposition thereafter is at the discretion of the Tribunal for related record numbers CITT TCCE 6278, CITT TCCE 6275, CITT TCCE 6252, CITT TCCE 6265 and CITT TCCE 6220 (RDA # 2005/006) (Operational Case File MIDA)

Public Interest Inquiries

Description: Records related to inquiries into whether the imposition of anti-dumping and/or countervailing duties in the full amount would not or might not be in the public interest, and the making of a recommendation. Records relate to case disposition.

Document Types: Requests, replies, notices, undertakings, questionnaire replies, staff reports, requests for information and replies, witness statements, case briefs, correspondence, mailing lists, motions, legal authorities, transcripts, the Tribunal's recommendations and statements of reasons.

Record Number: CITT TCCE 6265

● Unfair Trade Cases

Description: This bank describes information concerning representatives of companies that produce, import, export or purchase goods which are the subject of an unfair trade case. Where a company is structured under a sole proprietorship business model, the personal information may include names, contact information, other identification numbers, financial information, personal views and opinions and signatures.

Class of Individuals: Representatives of sole-proprietorship companies that produce, import, export or purchase the goods which are the subject of the unfair trade case, counsel and trade consultants.

Purpose: The personal information is for use by the Tribunal in exercising its jurisdiction to hear and dispose of unfair trade cases. Personal information is collected pursuant to the Canadian International Trade Tribunal Act and the Special Import Measures Act.

Consistent Uses: Information will be provided to the parties to the file so that they may make their cases before the Tribunal. Confidential information is only provided to counsel who have filed a confidentiality undertaking. The names of the parties and witnesses will appear in the Tribunal's reasons for decision which are published on the Tribunal's Web site. In addition, should the unfair trade case be subject to judicial review, a copy of the file may be provided to the appropriate court of law, as directed. Information may be disclosed to bailiff companies in order to serve subpoenas as required.

Retention and Disposal Standards: See note.

RDA Number: See note.
Related Record Number:
CITT TCCE 6278, CITT TCCE 6285, CITT TCCE 6255, CITT TCCE 6275, CITT TCCE 6252, CITT TCCE 6265, CITT TCCE 6220
TBS Registration:
20090945
Bank Number:
CITT PPU 001

Note:

Records are retained by the Tribunal for 31 years after last correspondence and are then transferred to the Library and Archives of Canada as archival records for related record numbers CITT TCCE 6285 (RDA # 94/036) and CITT TCCE 6255 (RDA # 94/033)

Records are retained by the Tribunal for 31 years. Disposition thereafter is at the discretion of the Tribunal for related record numbers CITT TCCE 6278, CITT TCCE 6275, CITT TCCE 6252, CITT TCCE 6265 and CITT TCCE 6220 (RDA # 2005/006) (Operational Case File MIDA)

Safeguard Inquiries - Chinese Safeguards

Description: Records related to inquiries into complaints by domestic producers, or further to a direction from the Government, to determine, in the case of a market disruption inquiry, if goods originating in China are being imported into Canada in such increased quantities or under such conditions as to cause market disruption to domestic producers, and the making of a recommendation. Records related to trade diversion inquiries, received further to a complaint by a domestic producer, or further to a direction from the Government, to determine if any action affecting imports of goods from China into the market of another World Trade Organization country has caused or is threatening to cause a significant diversion of trade into the Canadian market, and the making of a recommendation. Records relate to case disposition.

Document Types: Complaint, directions from the Government, notices, undertakings, questionnaire replies, mailing lists, staff reports, requests for information and replies, witness statements, expert witness reports, case briefs, legal authorities, transcripts, motions, research documents, correspondence, the Tribunal's final reports.

Record Number: CITT TCCE 6220

● Unfair Trade Cases

Description: This bank describes information concerning representatives of companies that produce, import, export or purchase goods which are the subject of an unfair trade case. Where a company is structured under a sole proprietorship business model, the personal information may include names, contact information, other identification numbers, financial information, personal views and opinions and signatures.

Class of Individuals: Representatives of sole-proprietorship companies that produce, import, export or purchase the goods which are the subject of the unfair trade case, counsel and trade consultants.

Purpose: The personal information is for use by the Tribunal in exercising its jurisdiction to hear and dispose of unfair trade cases. Personal information is collected pursuant to the Canadian International Trade Tribunal Act and the Special Import Measures Act.

Consistent Uses: Information will be provided to the parties to the file so that they may make their cases before the Tribunal. Confidential information is only provided to counsel who have filed a confidentiality undertaking. The names of the parties and witnesses will appear in the Tribunal's reasons for decision which are published on the Tribunal's Web site. In addition, should the unfair trade case be subject to judicial review, a copy of the file may be provided to the appropriate court of law, as directed. Information may be disclosed to bailiff companies in order to serve subpoenas as required.

Retention and Disposal Standards: See note.

RDA Number: See note.
Related Record Number:
CITT TCCE 6278, CITT TCCE 6285, CITT TCCE 6255, CITT TCCE 6275, CITT TCCE 6252, CITT TCCE 6265, CITT TCCE 6220
TBS Registration:
20090945
Bank Number:
CITT PPU 001

Note:

Records are retained by the Tribunal for 31 years after last correspondence and are then transferred to the Library and Archives of Canada as archival records for related record numbers CITT TCCE 6285 (RDA # 94/036) and CITT TCCE 6255 (RDA # 94/033)

Records are retained by the Tribunal for 31 years. Disposition thereafter is at the discretion of the Tribunal for related record numbers CITT TCCE 6278, CITT TCCE 6275, CITT TCCE 6252, CITT TCCE 6265 and CITT TCCE 6220 (RDA # 2005/006) (Operational Case File MIDA)