CCAT is a national non-profit organization dedicated to promoting excellence in administrative justice. It provides a forum for discussion, education, research, and policy development in the field of administrative justice.
In this section, you can learn more about CCAT's vision and mission, history, bylaws, charter, and its governance structure.
The Council of Canadian Administrative Tribunals is a national organization dedicated to promoting excellence in administrative justice.
The Council of Canadian Administrative Tribunals provides a forum and acts as a catalyst for discussion, education, research, and policy development in the field of administrative justice.
Created in the mid-1980s, it was formally incorporated and received its Letters Patent in December 1986.
CCAT’s goals are to:
- Enhance and expand contact among members of the administrative justice community;
- Promote awareness of the role and importance of administrative justice in everyday life;
- Speak out on issues of importance to the administrative justice community; and
- Provide support and services of value to its membership.
To achieve these goals, CCAT holds annual Symposiums in Canada that attract delegates both nationally and internationally. Professional development is a major focus and training programs have been developed for adjudicators and staff of administrative tribunals.