MESSAGE FROM THE CANADA AGRICULTURAL REVIEW TRIBUNAL IN RESPONSE TO COVID-19 PANDEMIC
Ottawa, October 1st, 2020 – The Canada Agricultural Review Tribunal (Tribunal) has been actively monitoring developments related to COVID-19 and issues the following statement:
The safety and health of employees, of those who appear before the Tribunal are a top concern for us. At the same time, the Tribunal must remain accessible to the public. Balancing these two priorities, the following interim measures are being adopted. They will be subject to ongoing monitoring as this extraordinary situation evolves.
COMMUNICATION WITH THE TRIBUNAL
Parties are invited to communicate with the registry of the Tribunal by email at InfoTribunal@cart-crac.gc.ca or by phone at 613.943.6405.
FILING OF REQUEST FOR REVIEW AND SERVICE OF DOCUMENTS
Parties are encouraged to file their request for review by email at InfoTribunal@cart-crac.gc.ca.
ACCESS TO THE TRIBUNAL FACILITIES
The Tribunal facilities will be closed to visitors, but all other services of the Tribunal will be maintained. The Tribunal is fully operational.
MANDATORY CASE MANAGEMENT CONFERENCES
The mandatory case management conferences will resume in October 2020.
HEARINGS OF THE TRIBUNAL
The Tribunal will hold virtual hearings starting in November 2020. In person hearings will resume when the safety and health of the Tribunal’s employees, and those who appear before the Tribunal, is satisfactory and in respect of all public health measures.
The Tribunal is committed to being as flexible as reasonably possible in assisting the public to deal with this extraordinary situation and the hardship that it may cause.
Canada Agricultural Review Tribunal
Submit a Request for Review Form
Consult the Guide for
Consult our new Practice Notes
- Recent Decisions of the Tribunal
- 2020-08-29Wahid v Canada (Canada Border Services Agency)
- 2020-08-29Sutharanjan v Canada (Canada Border Services Agency)
- 2020-08-27Rafael v Canada (Canada Border Services Agency)
- 2020-07-29Yagua Rospigliosi v Canada (Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness)
- 2020-04-17Qazi v Canada (Canada Border Services Agency)