The ITSC primarily serves the internal stakeholders of governments (contracting parties to the AEE). However, because of their knowledge of internal business issues, staff also serve external stakeholders through personal contacts and website information. 1 This law can be cited as the law of application of the internal trade agreement. 1995-96, 8: 12 The Governor of the Council may, by order, appoint the Ombudsman or any other person to screen him within the meaning of Article 1712 of the agreement and appoint any person who fills any position which, according to the Governor, may be necessary or advised in the Council for the implementation of the agreement. 1995-96, about 8: 12; 2010, about 19, 5. Article 1603 AIT stipulates that the CIT establishes a secretariat. In addition, Section 11 of the Internal Trade Implementation Agreement requires the federal government to follow THE EA. As a result, the federal government is bound by a federal-federal agreement and legislation to maintain a secretariat. Together with the Ministry of Industry, the department was created to promote a growing, competitive and knowledge-based Canadian economy. In particular, the law specifies that one of the objectives of the service is that “the Minister exercises the powers and tasks and functions (…) in a way that will promote the mobility of goods, services and factors of production, trade and commerce in Canada.”8 The role of the ITSC is consistent with Industry Canada`s mandate under this Act.
2 Internal Trade Agreements (1995) (Return to reference 2) Federal priorities for internal trade were highlighted in the 2008 Speech from the Throne. Specifically, the speech said the government is committed to working with the provinces “to remove barriers to internal trade, investment and labour mobility by 2010.” ItsC`s mandate is to assist and assist the CIT in the implementation and operation of the TIA. That is why, by helping the TIA`s TIA objectives, the ITSC facilitates the internal business priorities set out in the 2008 speech. 3 Article 1603, paragraph 4, AIT (1995) (return to reference 3) The TIA focuses on removing trade barriers in eleven specific sectors: 23 This law will come into force on 1 July 1995 and after 1 July 1995. 1995-96, approximately 8, p. 23.b) “Minister” refers, with respect to a provision of the Act, to the member of the Executive Council appointed Minister in accordance with Section 7. 1995-96, about 8, 3; 2010, about 19, see 1. 8 For the purposes and subject of Chapter 17 (Dispute Resolution Procedure) of the agreement, the Governor of the Council may take the measures or measures provided for by the agreement, as the Governor deems necessary in the Council. 1995-96, about 8, 8.
In Industry Canada`s Industry Canada Program Activity Architecture (PAA)9, the ITSC is a partial activity within the framework and regulation of the marketplace and supports the strategic outcome of IC: The Canadian Marketplace is efficient and competitive.
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