Supplementary Death Benefit Regulations
C.R.C., c. 1360
Regulations Respecting Supplementary Death Benefits
2. In these Regulations,
“Act” means the Public Service Superannuation Act; (Loi)
“department” includes any portion of the executive government of Canada, the Senate and House of Commons of Canada and the Library of Parliament, any board, commission, corporation or portion of the public service of Canada specified in Schedule A to the Act other than a corporation or public board specified in Schedule III to these Regulations and any portion of the public service of Canada deemed by an Act of Parliament, other than the Act, to be in the Public Service for the purposes of the Act; (ministère)
- “deputy head”
“deputy head” includes the chairman, president or other chief executive officer of a department; (sous-chef)
“Minister” means the President of the Treasury Board; (ministre)
- “seasonal employee”
“seasonal employee” and “sessional employee” have the same meaning as in the Public Service Superannuation Regulations. (employé saisonnier and employé de session)
- SOR/92-716, s. 7(F).
MANNER AND TIME OF PAYMENT OF CONTRIBUTIONS
3. Subject to these Regulations, the contributions required to be paid by a participant shall be paid monthly by reservation from his salary.
CONTRIBUTIONS BY PARTICIPANTS ABSENT FROM DUTY
4. A participant who is absent from duty shall contribute to the Consolidated Revenue Fund an amount equal to the amount the participant would be required to contribute pursuant to section 53 of the Act if the participant were not absent from duty.
- SOR/92-716, s. 1.
5. The contributions required to be paid by a participant who is absent from duty with pay shall be paid monthly by reservation from his salary.
6. (1) Subject to subsection (2) and section 7, a participant who is absent from duty without pay shall pay the contributions that are required to be paid in respect of that absence
(a) in a lump sum within 30 days after the participant’s return to duty; or
(b) by reservation in equal instalments from the salary payable to the participant for a period equal to twice the period of absence commencing on the expiration of the period of absence.
(2) Where payment pursuant to paragraph (1)(b) would cause the participant financial hardship, the participant may choose to make payment by reservation from the salary of the participant of approximately equal instalments over a period not exceeding the lesser of
(a) three times the period of absence, and
(b) 15 years.
- SOR/91-333, s. 1;
- SOR/94-540, s. 1.
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