The statement of reasons will be issued at a later date.
. R.S.C., 1985, c. 47 (4th Supp.) [CITT Act].
. S.O.R./93-602 [Regulations].
. RFP, section 3.2.6, “Vessel Construction Experience”.
. Section 30.1 of the CITT Act defines “designated contract” as “a contract for the supply of goods or services that has been or is proposed to be awarded by a government institution and that is designated or of a class of contracts designated by the regulations.” Subsection 3(1) of the Regulations provides, in turn, that “[f]or the purposes of the definition designated contract in section 30.1 of the Act, any contract or class of contract concerning the procurement of goods or services or any combination of goods or services, as described in [the trade agreements] that has been or is proposed to be awarded by a government institution, is a designated contract.”
. RFP, section 1.4, “Trade Agreements”.
. CFTA, Annexe 520.1, Schedule of Canada, section B(1)(h).
. The Tribunal considered a similar issue in McNally Construction Inc. (6 December 2001), PR-2001-026 (CITT).
. On the contrary, the other trade agreements listed in the RFP include exclusions for shipbuilding that would apply to procurements by the Department of Fisheries and Oceans. See, for example: North American Free Trade Agreement between the Government of Canada, the Government of the United Mexican States and the Government of the United States of America, 17 December 1992, 1994 Can. T.S. No. 2, online: Global Affairs Canada <http://international.gc.ca/trade-commerce/trade-agreements-accords-comme...nafta-alena/fta-ale/index.aspx?lang=eng> (entered into force 1 January 1994), Annex 1001.2b, General Notes, Schedule of Canada, paragraph 1(a); Canada-Peru Free Trade Agreement, online: Global Affairs Canada <http://international.gc.ca/trade-commerce/trade-agreements-accords-comme... (entered into force 1 August 2009), Annex 1401.1-6, General Notes, Schedule of Canada, paragraphs 1(a) and (e).
. CFTA, Annex 520.1, Schedule of Canada, section B(1)(h).
. Subsection 506(6) of the AIT provides as follows: “In evaluating tenders, a Party may take into account not only the submitted price but also quality, quantity, delivery, servicing, the capacity of the supplier to meet the requirements of the procurement and any other criteria directly related to the procurement that are consistent with Article 504. The tender documents shall clearly identify the requirements of the procurement, the criteria that will be used in the evaluation of bids and the methods of weighting and evaluating the criteria.”
. RFP, section 4.2, “Basis of Selection”.
. RFP, section 184.108.40.206, “Mandatory Technical Criteria”.
. E-mails exchanged between P. Smith of Titan and D. Castle of PWGSC dated August 23 and 24, 2017.
. It is unclear whether the requirement in this RFP would be covered under any of the trade agreements set out in the RFP other than the CFTA (see footnote 10). However, even if the requirement was covered by any of the other listed trade agreements, the Tribunal would have reached the same conclusion with respect to the third condition for inquiry given that the complaint did not disclose a reasonable indication of an improper award of contract to a non-compliant bidder.