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Table of Contents

A. Overview of Transport Canada

  1. About Transport Canada (including Map of TCCs)
  2. Transport Canada Senior Executive Organizational Chart
  3. Deputy Minister’s Office Chart
  4. Profiles of Transport Canada Senior Executives

B. Transport Portfolio

  1. Governance
  2. Portfolio Appointments

C. Crown Corporations

  1. Atlantic Pilotage Authority (APA)
  2. Laurentian Pilotage Authority (LPA)
  3. Great Lakes Pilotage Authority (GLPA)
  4. Pacific Pilotage Authority (GLPA)
  5. Canada Post Corporation (CPC)
  6. Canadian Air Transport Security Authority (CATSA)
  7. Federal Bridge Corporation Limited (FBCL)
  8. Marine Atlantic Inc. (MAI)
  9. Ridley Terminals Inc. (RTI)
  10. VIA Rail Canada Inc. (VIA)
  11. Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority (WDBA)

D. Shared Governance Organizations

  1. Airport Authorities
  2. Port Authorities
  3. Buffalo and Fort Erie Public Bridge Authority
  4. International Authority (Windsor Detroit Bridge Authority)
  5. NAV Canada
  6. St. Lawrence Seaway Management Corporation

E. Agencies/Administrative Tribunals

  1. Canadian Transportation Agency (CTA)
  2. Ship-source Oil Pollution Fund (SOPF)
  3. Transportation Appeal Tribunal of Canada (TATC)
  4. Fund for Railway Accidents Involving Designated Goods

F. Corporate Processes

  1. Support to the Minister
  2. Parliamentary Affairs
  3. Cabinet Affairs
  4. Communications
  5. Audit and Evaluation
  6. Federal Regulations and their Importance to Transport Canada
  7. Delegation of Financial Signing Authorities
  8. Federal/Provincial/Territorial Processes
  9. International Engagement/Fora
  10. Legal Counsel

G. Acts for Which the Minister of Transport has Primary Responsibility

H. Transportation Sector

  1. Policy Context
  2. Placemats

I. Regional Overview Decks

  1. Atlantic Region Overview
  2. Quebec Region Overview
  3. Ontario Region Overview
  4. Pacific Region Overview
  5. Prairie and Northern Region Overview