CAAR is requesting member feedback to Transport Canada's proposed new fees relating to Transportation of Dangerous Goods Means of Containment Facilities Registration Program.
Please review the two documents included below (Discussion Document and FAQ), and provide your comments to CAAR by Tuesday, November 6, 2018. CAAR will consolidate all comments received by this date and forward them to Transport Canada for consideration.
Please answer the following questions on proposed fee design, price range and service standards, in response to the Discussion Document:
- What are your views on the proposed TC fee categories and their corresponding levels of complexity (page 2)?
- How would the introduction of fees at the proposed price ranges have an impact on your business?
- What do you see as the positive and negative impacts arising from the introduction of fees?
- If these fees are introduced, how will you use TC’s services differently than you have in the past, or currently are?
- What could TC do to make the introduction of fees as seamless as possible?
- Would you be interested in participating in an online information session for MOC Fee Modernization Preliminary Consultations?
- Which of the two described service standards is more meaningful to you (page 4)?
- Can you suggest an alternative service standard that would be meaningful to you (page 4)? Please explain.
This consultation is the first opportunity to provide input, there will be future opportunities to provide feedback. CAAR urges members to submit feedback to ensure your interests can be represented to Transport Canada.
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