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Labour Relations Board Regulations. Dispositions concernant les prestations Titre IV: Dispositions diverses Titre V: Dispositions transitoires et finales. This enactment amends the Canadian Human Rights Act by deleting section 13 to ensure there is no infringement on freedom of expression guaranteed by the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. This enactment amends the provisions of the Employment Insurance Act that allow for qualifying periods and benefit periods to be extended as the result of time spent by the claimant in a jail, penitentiary or other similar institution so that they apply only if the claimant is not found guilty of the offence for which he or she was being held or any other offence arising out of the same transaction.

An Act to amend the Criminal Code kidnapping of young person S. This enactment amends the Criminal Code to prescribe a minimum punishment of five years when a kidnap victim is under sixteen years of age, unless the person who commits the offence is a parent, guardian or person having the lawful care or charge of the victim. It also makes consequential amendments to other Acts.

An Act to amend the Criminal Code prize fights S. Northern Jobs and Growth Act S. Part 1 enacts the Nunavut Planning and Project Assessment Act, which implements certain provisions of Articles 10 to 12 of the land claims agreement between the Inuit of the Nunavut Settlement Area and Her Majesty the Queen in right of Canada that was ratified, given effect and declared valid by the Nunavut Land Claims Agreement Act, which came into force on July 9, Part 2 enacts the Northwest Territories Surface Rights Board Act, which implements provisions of certain land claim agreements.

In particular, that Act establishes the Northwest Territories Surface Rights Board, whose purpose is to resolve matters in dispute relating to terms and conditions of access to lands and waters in the Northwest Territories and the compensation to be paid in respect of that access.

Widows’ Pension Act,c. An Act to amend Chapter 10 of the Acts ofthe Workers’ Compensation Act, and to extend the pension entitlement to more workers’ widows. Combating Terrorism Act S. This enactment replaces sections In addition, the enactment provides for those sections to cease to have effect or for the possible extension of their operation. The enactment also provides that the Attorney General of Canada and the Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness include in their respective annual reports their opinion on whether those sections should be extended.

It also amends the Criminal Code to create offences of leaving or attempting to leave Canada to commit certain terrorism offences. The enactment also amends the Canada Evidence Act to allow the Federal Court to order that applications to it with respect to the disclosure of sensitive or potentially injurious information be made public and to allow it to order that hearings related to those applications be heard in private.

In addition, the enactment provides for the annual reporting on the operation of the provisions of that Act that relate to the issuance of certificates and fiats. The enactment also amends the Security of Information Act to increase, in certain cases, the maximum penalty for harbouring a person who committed an offence under that Act.

Lastly, it makes technical amendments in response to a parliamentary review of these Acts. Agreement between the Republic of Serbia and Canada on social security. Done at Belgrade on 12 April Contains general provisions, scope of application, legal regulations, required contributions, administrative and other provisions. An Act respecting employment standards, occupational health and safety, labour relations and related matters and making consequential amendments to certain Acts.

Repeals the following Acts: Public Service Act, SNuc Jobs and Growth Act, S. Protecting Canada’s Seniors Act S. This enactment amends the Criminal Code to add vulnerability due to age as an aggravating circumstance for sentencing purposes.

Helping Families in Need Act S. This enactment amends the Canada Labour Code to provide an employee with the right to take leave when a child of the employee is critically ill or dies or disappears as the probable result of a crime.

It also makes technical amendments to that Act. Furthermore, the enactment amends the Employment Insurance Act to provide benefits to claimants who are providing care or support to their critically ill child and to facilitate access to sickness benefits for claimants who are in receipt of parental benefits.


Retirement Plan Beneficiaries Act C. An Act respecting the environmental assessment of certain activities and the prevention of significant adverse environmental effects. Canadian Environmental Assessment Act, S.

This enactment amends the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act and the Balanced Refugee Reform Act to, among other things, provide for the expediting of the processing of refugee protection claims.

The Immigration and Refugee Protection Act is also amended to authorize the Minister, in certain circumstances, to designate as an irregular arrival the arrival in Canada of a group of persons and to provide for the effects of such a designation in respect of those persons, including in relation to detention, conditions of release from detention and applications for permanent resident status.

In addition, the enactment amends certain enforcement provisions of that Act, notably to expand the scope of the offence of human smuggling and to provide for minimum punishments in relation to that offence. Furthermore, the enactment amends that Act to expand sponsorship options in respect of foreign nationals and to require the provision of biometric information when an application for a temporary resident visa, study permit or work permit is made.

In addition, the enactment amends the Marine Transportation Security Act to increase the penalties for persons who fail to provide information that is required to be reported before a vessel enters Canadian waters or to comply with ministerial directions and for persons who provide false or misleading information.

It creates a new offence in respect of vessels that fail to comply with ministerial directions and authorizes the making of regulations respecting the disclosure of certain information for the purpose of protecting the safety or security of Canada or Canadians. Finally, the enactment amends the Department of Citizenship and Immigration Act to enhance the authority for the Minister of Citizenship and Immigration to enter into agreements and arrangements with foreign governments, and to provide services to the Canada Border Services Agency.

An Act relating to pooled registered pension plans and making related amendments to other Acts. An Act to amend the Criminal Code trafficking in persons S. This enactment amends the Criminal Code to add the offence of trafficking in persons to the offences committed outside Canada for which Canadian citizens or permanent residents may be prosecuted in Canada.

It also amends the Act to add factors that the Court may consider when determining whether an accused exploits another person.

It comes into force on a day to be named by proclamation of the Lieutenant Governor. Provides that the week of the first Monday in November in each year is proclaimed as Apprenticeship Recognition Week. Apprenticeship and Occupational Certification Act S.

Offices of the Worker and Employer Advisers O. The Employment Pension Plans Act establishes minimum standards which apply to Alberta members who participate in a registered pension plan, primarily in the private sector.

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The Act governs the establishment and ongoing administration of a registered pension plan; eligibility, enrolment, and minimum benefit entitlements for members; funding and investment of plan assets; ddcreto of information to plan members; and rules on individual member termination or of the pension plan as a whole.

The Act also includes rules related to locked-in accounts as well as outlining the regulatory and enforcement powers of the Superintendent of Pensions. Establishes licensing and record keeping requirements for employment agencies. Sets out prohibited practices, including prohibitions on charging employees fees and sending substitute workers to strike or lockout situations without informing them of the employment circumstances.

An Act to implement certain provisions of the budget as updated on June 6, and other measures. Adult Education and Training Act c. Age of Majority Act c. Boiler and Pressure Vessel Act c. Workers Mourning Day Act C. Designates that April 28th of each year as a day of mourning to be held to remember workers killed, disabled or injured in the workplace and workers afflicted with industrial disease.

Labour Board Actc. Part 1 – Implements income tax measures and related measures proposed in the dedreto, and income tax measures referred to in that budget that were previously announced. Also amends the Excise Act, and the Excise Tax Act to allow the sharing of information obtained under these statutes with countries or jurisdictions with which Canada has entered into a tax information exchange agreement.

Part 3 – Amends the Old Age Security Act to allow an amount to be added to the amount of benefits payable to certain low-income beneficiaries. Part 4 – Authorizes payments to be made out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund for various purposes.


Part 5 – Amends the Auditor General Act to repeal a provision that provides for mandatory retirement.

Part 6 – Amends the Canada Student Financial Assistance Act to change the rules concerning interest paid by part-time students. Part 7 – Enacts the Protection of Residential Mortgage or Hypothecary Insurance Act, which is designed to support the efficient functioning of the housing finance market and the stability of the financial system in Canada by authorizing the Minister of Finance to provide protection in respect of certain mortgage or hypothecary insurance contracts.

Part 8 – Amends the Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements Act to authorize additional payments to certain provinces in respect of major transfers. Part 9 – Amends the Insurance Companies Act to prohibit a federal mutual company from distributing its property or other benefits to policyholders and shareholders, until the Minister of Finance has approved a conversion proposal made in accordance with the regulations. Part 10 – Amends the Assessment of Financial Institutions Regulations, to modify the assessment of financial institutions and validates amounts assessed after May 31, Part 11 – Amends the Financial Administration Act to permit departments to enter into agreements respecting the provision of internal support services.

It also authorizes the transfer of money when a power, duty or function or the control or supervision of a portion of the federal public administration, is transferred under section 2 or 3 of the Public Service Rearrangement and Transfer of Duties Act.

Part 12 – Amends the Canada Shipping Act, to allow the Governor in Council to make regulations exempting vessels, and authorizing the Minister of Transport to temporarily exempt vessels, from the registration requirements in Part 2 of that Act.

This Part also amends the Act to allow for the registration of a group of vessels as a fleet in the small vessel register, under a single certificate of registry and single official number. Fair and Efficient Criminal Trials Act [, c. This enactment amends the Criminal Code to a allow for the appointment of a judge as a case management judge; b define the role and the powers of a case management judge; c streamline the use of direct indictments preferred under section ; d allow for delayed severance orders; e improve the protection of the identity of jurors; f increase the maximum number of jurors who can hear the evidence on the merits; and g provide that, in the case of a mistrial, certain decisions made during the trial are binding on the parties in any new trial.

The purpose of this Act is to ensure that essential health services are provided in the event of a work stoppage. The Act requires the parties to a collective agreement to enter into an essential services agreement that will enable the employer to continue to provide those services during a work stoppage. Pesticides Control Act C.

Silicosis Compensation Act C.

Smoke-free Places Act C. Wage Earners Protection Act C. Makes regulations concerning occupational safety and health aboard aircraft.

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Enhanced New Veterans 960444 Act [, c. This enactment amends Part 2 of the Canadian Forces Members and Veterans Re-establishment and Compensation Act by making the permanent impairment allowance available not only to veterans who are eligible for a disability award under that Act, but also to veterans who are eligible for a disability pension under the Pension Act.

It also introduces a supplemental amount to the permanent impairment allowance for the most severely and permanently impaired veterans.

It amends Part 3 of the Canadian Forces Members and Veterans Reestablishment and Compensation Act to provide Canadian Forces members and veterans with a choice of payment options for a disability award.

It also amends the Pension Act by making the exceptional incapacity allowance available not cecreto to veterans and members of the forces who are receiving a disability pension under that Act, but also to veterans and members who are receiving both such a pension and a disability award under the Canadian Forces Members and Veterans Re-establishment and Decfeto Act.

Old Age Security Regulations [C. This enactment amends the Criminal Code, the Sex Offender Information Registration Act and the National Defence Act to enhance police investigation of crimes of a sexual nature and allow police services to use the national database proactively to prevent crimes of a sexual nature.

It also amends the Criminal Code to provide that sex offenders who are subject to a mandatory requirement to comply with the Sex Offender Information Registration Act are also subject to a mandatory requirement to provide a sample for forensic DNA analysis.