Scott Streiner, Chair and CEO

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Scott Streiner assumed the role of Chair and Chief Executive Officer of the Canadian Transportation Agency on July 20, 2015.

Prior to joining the Agency, Mr. Streiner had a 25-year public service career in a variety of roles. As Assistant Secretary to the Cabinet, Economic and Regional Development Policy, he served as Secretary to the Cabinet Committee on Economic Prosperity and played a key role in preparing advice to the Prime Minister on economic, environmental, and trade matters, including in the areas of transportation and infrastructure. As Assistant Deputy Minister, Policy with Transport Canada, he led the development of policy options and advice on issues touching all modes of the national transportation system, and ran the Department’s international, intergovernmental, and data analysis functions.

As Executive Director of the Aerospace Review, he managed intense stakeholder consultation and research programs, and oversaw preparation of the Review’s final report. In his role as an Assistant Deputy Minister with the Labour Program, he led international labour cooperation efforts, was responsible for policy development on federal employment standards, collective bargaining, workplace health and safety, and served as Head of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service and Chair of the Council of Governors for the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety.

Mr. Streiner also served as Vice President, Program Delivery with the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency; Director General, Human Resources with the Department of Fisheries and Oceans; Director of Operations for the Reference Group of Ministers on Aboriginal Policy and Advisor, Machinery of Government, both with the Privy Council Office; and Director of Pay Equity with the Canadian Human Rights Commission.

His academic background includes a BA in East Asian Studies from the Hebrew University, an MA in International Relations from the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, and a Ph.D. in Political Science from Carleton University. He spent a year at Carleton as a Public Servant-in-Residence and has taught courses, published articles, and made conference presentations on human rights, Middle Eastern history and politics, and public policy.

Sam Barone, Vice-Chair and Member

Sam Barone, Vice-President and Member

Mr. Sam Barone became a Member and Vice-Chair of the Canadian Transportation Agency on March 18, 2013.

Mr. Barone has more than 30 years of transportation leadership experience in a wide variety of positions in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors.

Prior to joining the Agency, he was President and CEO of the Canadian Business Aviation Association; and from 2006-2008, was President and CEO of the Air Transport Association of Canada.

His previous roles include that of Regional Vice-President of InterVISTAS Transportation Consulting Inc. and President and CEO of the Canadian Trucking Human Resources Council.

Mr. Barone holds a B.A. in Economics from McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario and completed graduate studies as an Executive Fellow of Business Administration at the Canadian School of Management in Toronto. He is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport, an organization representing transport and logistics industries worldwide.  Mr. Barone also completed executive management programs at the Queens University and Harvard University graduate schools of business. He also completed the Alternative Dispute Resolution program at the Faculty of Law, University of Windsor.

He has also served on many boards, such as the Canadian Council for Aviation & Aerospace, the Hope Air Charity, the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport in North America, and the Canada Safety Council. Mr. Barone was awarded the Queen's Golden Jubilee Medal in 2002.

Stephen Campbell, Member

Stephen Campbell, Member

Stephen D. Campbell became a Member of the Canadian Transportation Agency on July 7, 2014. 

Prior to joining the Agency, he served as Chairman of the Saint John Port Authority for six years, and played an instrumental role in developing the Atlantic Gateway Advisory Council, a private sector organization dedicated to transportation issues. During his tenure, the Port significantly increased its container and cargo volumes, and became one of the country's premier cruise destinations. Under his leadership, the Authority also overhauled its tariff regime, restructured management, and engaged in significant capital improvements.

Mr. Campbell has also served as an advisor to the federal government on marine issues and policies specific to the Canadian Coast Guard.

For 26 years, Mr. Campbell had an extensive career in investment banking. He served as a director and senior officer for some of Canada's largest financial institutions. He is a former Chairman of the National Advisory Board of the Investment Dealers Association, and has extensive experience in pension fund and fiduciary administration.

Mr. Campbell holds three professional designations in investment management and has been a leader in numerous industry and community organizations. He notably served as a Director of NB Power and the Saint John Development Corporation; a member of the New Brunswick Assessment and Planning Appeal Board; Director of Operations for the Atlantic Provinces Chamber of Commerce and Secretary to the Atlantic Provinces Transportation Commission; and was elected Deputy Mayor of Quispamsis, New Brunswick.

Peter Paul Fitzgerald, Member

Peter Paul Fitzgerald, Member

Dr. Peter Paul Fitzgerald became a Member of the Canadian Transportation Agency on June 18, 2014.

Dr. Fitzgerald handled legal files related to the Air India Flight 182 disaster and has published for over 25 years in peer-reviewed law journals in Canada, the United States and Europe. He has presented papers at international conferences in Canada, the United States, Europe and Asia. Dr. Fitzgerald has taught aviation law to students at McGill University’s Institute of Air and Space Law and Chicago’s DePaul University College of Law.

He has served as an advisor to government on aviation, rail and marine matters. He championed Canada’s Blue Skies policy and helped promote changes to the Canada Transportation Act and the Canada Marine Act. He was awarded the Queen’s Golden Jubilee Medal in 2003 and the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal in 2012.

Dr. Fitzgerald holds an earned doctorate in Law at McGill University's Institute of Air and Space Law. He holds a master of business administration from the Richard Ivey School of Business at the University of Western Ontario, a joint bachelor of common and civil law from McGill University and a bachelor of political science from Université Laval. He is a Fellow of the Royal Aeronautical Society and also a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport.

William G. McMurray, Member

William G. McMurray, Member

William G. McMurray became a Member of the Canadian Transportation Agency on July 28, 2014.

Prior to his appointment to the Agency, he served as Vice-Chairperson of the Canada Industrial Relations Board.

A lawyer, Mr. McMurray practised administrative law and litigation in the private sector for over 23 years. He acted as counsel for some of Canada’s largest employers in the federal transportation industry. He successfully pleaded complex cases before a number of federal administrative tribunals, including the Agency and its predecessors.  He has argued cases, in both official languages, before the Federal Court, the Federal Court of Appeal and has appeared in all levels of the civil courts.  While practising law, he also taught “transportation law and regulation” at McGill University in Montréal for over ten years.  

He studied common law and civil law at the University of Ottawa and studied political economy at Université Laval in Québec City and at the University of Toronto. Mr. McMurray completed his articles of clerkship while working in the Law Department of the former Canadian Transport Commission. 

He has been a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada since 1986.

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