Administrative Tribunal

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The Transportation Appeal Tribunal of Canada (TATC) provides a recourse mechanism to the national transportation sector regarding administrative actions taken by the Minister of Transport and the Canadian Transportation Agency (CTA) under various pieces of federal transportation legislation.

For additional information, please refer to the organization's website.

The TATC serves Canadians by conducting hearings of federal enforcement and licensing decisions in the transportation industry. Specifically, the TATC reviews administrative actions related to the aviation, marine, rail, and bridges and tunnels sectors, as well as administrative monetary penalties, and medical certificates.

More than half of the reviews conducted annually by the TATC relate to aviation decisions (enforcement actions and medical). The remainder of the reviews are in regard to marine decisions (primarily medical restrictions) and rail enforcement decisions.