Premature Award Disclosure Prompts Compensation Order

By: Anna Krol In its April 2018 determination in Hawboldt Industries v. Department of Public Works Canada, the Canadian International Trade Tribunal ordered the payment of compensation to a complainant due to the premature disclosure of a contract award.  The [...]

Award Struck Down Due to Non-Compliant Bid

By: Anna Krol In its May 2018 determination Dynamic Engineering Inc. v. Department of Public Works and Government Services, the Canadian International Trade Tribunal struck down a contract award after determining that the government improperly awarded a contract to a non-compliant [...]

Global Newsreel Update – August 6, 2018

Canadian Sole-Sourcing "Emergency", New Batch of Lawsuits, and Billions of Extra Costs in BC By Paul Emanuelli and Lisa Kuechler This week’s newsreel features a new case note by Anna Krol of the Procurement Law Office on another CFTA [...]

“Single-Source Emergency” Struck Down By Tribunal

By: Anna Krol In it’s June 2018 determination in ALS Canada Ltd. v. Statistics Canada, the Canadian International Trade Tribunal struck down a sole-source since reasonable alternatives existed for the government’s mandatory technical requirement and no extreme urgency existed for [...]

Tribunal Rules on Passive Assessments of Written Submissions

By Anna Krol In its March 2018 determination in AirClean Systems Canada v. Department of Public Works and Government Services, the Canadian International Trade Tribunal (the “Tribunal”) dealt with a challenge to the assessment of public health and safety criteria [...]