Current status: Closed
Open on May 4, 2022 and will be closed on July 15, 2022.
Transport Canada wants your feedback on a proposed framework for determining and applying administrative monetary penalties up to the maximum penalty amount of $250,000 per violation. As Transport Canada moves forward, it will consider comments on the discussion paper to help develop proposed amendments to the Administrative Monetary Penalties and Notices (CSA 2001) Regulations. There will be future opportunities to provide comments on these proposed regulatory changes.
Join in: how to participate
Interested parties may submit their written feedback at the email address below.
Send us an email
Please email your feedback to: AdminMonetaryPenalties-SanctionsAdminPecuniaires@tc.gc.ca.
Who is the focus of this consultation
Transport Canada is seeking feedback from marine stakeholders that are regulated under the Canada Shipping Act 2001 and its regulations. The public may also submit feedback on the discussion paper.
Key questions for discussion
The discussion paper outlines Transport Canada’s proposed framework to determine and apply administrative monetary penalties, including the range of penalties being considered and how to calculate the amount of a penalty for a violation. We are seeking feedback on the potential impacts of this framework on regulated parties, and any additional considerations when determining the amount of a penalty.
- What are your views on the proposed framework, and do you see any potential impacts for your organization or sector?
- Are there any additional aggravating or mitigating factors that should be considered when determining an appropriate administrative monetary penalty (AMP) amount to apply for a violation?
- Discussion Paper: Updating Administrative Monetary Penalties under the Canada Shipping Act, 2001
- Canada Shipping Act, 2001
- Administrative Monetary Penalties and Notices (CSA 2001) Regulations
- Transport Canada’s Enforcement Policy
- Enforcement of the Canada Shipping Act, 2001 and the Arctic Waters Pollution Prevention Act