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CIIT Committee Report

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That the committee report to the House of Commons:

1) That it has not yet received the documents requested from the Canada Border Services Agency, which are necessary for this study;

2) that it considers that the concerns raised by witnesses regarding the CBSA Assessment and Revenue Management (CARM) system, particularly in the brief dated April 8, 2024, signed by 22 concerned organizations, are sufficient to call for caution;

3) that the effects to be anticipated in the event of a failure in the implementation of the CARM could not be identified with sufficient precision and certainty;

4) and that, consequently, the committee recommends that the House of Commons ask the government to suspend the implementation of CARM system, scheduled for May 13th, until the Standing Committee on International Trade can complete its study and table a final report containing its observations and recommendations;

5) and that this be reported to the House.
A copy of the relevant Minutes of Proceedings (Meeting No. 99) is tabled.

Supplementary opinion - Bloc Québécois (PDF)

Dissenting opinion - Liberal Party of Canada (PDF)