Registration - In-house Organization
Canadian Transportation Equipment Association (CTEA) / Association d'Équipement de Transport du Canada (AETC) / Don Moore, Director, Government & Industry Relations
Total Number of Communication Reports: 10
Monthly communication reports in the last 6 months: 0
Version 23 of 23 (2019-09-17 to present)
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Subject Matter Details
Policies or Program
- Enforcement Agenda- discussions related to understanding Transport Canada's enforcement plans, particularly as related to National Safety Mark (NSM) application and auditing and importation policies.
- NRCan Green Freight Programs: provide input into programs aimed to reduce carbon footprint of transportation industries.
- Electronic Stability Control (ESC) - participate in introduction of ESC for Heavy Vehicles regulation development based on similar activity in the USA.
- Heavy-Duty Vehicle Greenhouse Gas Emissions (GHG) Working Group - Provide input into the development of GHG and Fuel Economy Standards for Heavy and Medium duty trucks & trailers.
- Interference Causing Equipment Standards, ICES-002, Issue 6, Vehicles, Boats and Other Devices Propelled by an Internal Combustion Engine, Electrical Means or Both, with respect to responsibility put on final stage vehicle manufactures.
- Motor Vehicle Safety Act and Regulations: Lobby for more robust regulatory interpretation system, as current system is subject to inconsistency over time with change in personnel. This leads to frustration and confusion within industry.
- National Safety Mark (NSM)- discussion relating to clarification of issues arising from application process. Discuss status of applications over the previous period.
- Participate in development of new Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations based on Canadian Standards Association (CSA) B620.
- Transport Canada Road Transport Regulation Plan- discuss proposed changes to regulations pertaining to multi-stage manufacturing industry and trailer manufacturing industry for clarification and give feedback.
- Written communication
- Oral communication
- Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC)
- Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC)
- Export Development Canada (EDC)
- Global Affairs Canada (GAC)
- House of Commons
- Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED)
- NAFTA Secretariat
- National Research Council (NRC)
- Natural Resources Canada (NRCan)
- Standards Council of Canada (SCC)
- Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB)
- Transport Canada (TC)
In-house Organization Details
Description of the organization's activities
The Canadian Transportation Equipment Association (CTEA)/ Association d'Équipement de Transport du Canada (AETC) membership is made up of commercial vehicle manufacturers, component/system suppliers & related stakeholders. The Association promotes compliance to safety regulations at the federal and provincial levels and therefore is engaged with Transport Canada - Road Safety Directorate and Transportation of Dangerous Goods Directorate, in addition to Environment Canada, on matters relating to new regulations, and amendments to and interpretation of existing regulations. We are also engaged in organizing and supporting consortium test programs to benefit the manufacturer members.
Responsible officer name and position during the period of this registration
Don Moore, Director, Government & Industry Relations
Organization's membership or classes of membershipThere are four classes of membership. Manufacturer, Dealer/Distributor, Associate & Affiliate. Manufacturers are Corporations that assemble vocational on-highway trucks, tractors and trailers. Dealers/Distributors retail the products and provide services to the users of the vehicles and equipment. Associates are companies that supply services such as business systems and are not engaged in the in the actual manufacture of vehicles. Affiliate are other trade associates and government agencies that have an interest in the industry. The latter two categories do not have voting rights in the Association.
Government fundingNo government funding was received during the last completed financial year.
In-house Organization Contact Information
116 Albert Street
Ottawa, ON K1P 5G3
Lobbyists employed by the organization
- Jeremy Harrower, Technical Programs Manager | No public offices held
- Donald Moore, Director, Government & Industry Relations | No public offices held