The Tribunal

Composition and organization chart

Composition

The President is Chair of the Tribunal and serves as the director general. The President is charged with the administration and general management of the Tribunal. The President’s duties include planning and managing adjudicative functions and follow-up on cases taken under advisement. Pursuant to the Act respecting administrative justice, the President may delegate all or part of his duties to the vice-presidents.

The Tribunal consists of four sections and one mental health division. Each section of the Tribunal is the responsibility of a vice-president. The Commission d’examen des troubles mentaux (CETM) is responsible for the Mental health division. The vice-presidents and the Chair of the CETM assign cases and schedule sittings. They also participate in the temporary assignment of a member to another section.

The president director general is also assisted in his adjudicative activity support functions by the Tribunal Organization Services and Fund Division Director General. The Secrétariat, the Direction des ressources financières, the Direction des ressources humaines, the Direction des ressources matérielles and the Direction des ressources informationnelles report to the Tribunal Organization Services and Fund Division Director General.

The Direction des affaires juridiques and the Direction des affaires institutionnelles, de la planification et de la performance report directly to the President Director General.
The administrative units work together to provide the Tribunal with the indispensable support it needs to fully exercise its adjudicative functions.

Organizational Chart



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