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Economic Action Plan 2014 Act, No. 1 (S.C. 2014, c. 20)

Act current to 2022-11-16 and last amended on 2020-06-01. Previous Versions

PART 6Various Measures (continued)

DIVISION 1Payments — Veterans Affairs (continued)

Marginal note:Definitions

  •  (1) The following definitions apply in this section.

    common-law partner

    common-law partner means a person who is cohabiting with another person in a conjugal relationship and has done so for a period of at least one year. (conjoint de fait)

    dependent child

    dependent child

    • (a) in the case of a payment made under section 102 or 103, has the same meaning as in subsection 2(1) of the Veterans Well-being Act; and

    • (b) in the case of a payment made under section 104 or 105, has the same meaning as in subsection 2(1) of the War Veterans Allowance Act. (enfant à charge)

    survivor

    survivor, in relation to a deceased person, means

    • (a) their spouse who was, at the time of the person’s death, residing with the person; or

    • (b) the person who was, at the time of the person’s death, the person’s common-law partner. (survivant)

  • Marginal note:Couples living apart

    (2) A spouse is deemed to be residing with the person and a common-law partner does not cease to be the person’s common-law partner, if it is established that they are living apart by reason only of

    • (a) one or both of them having to reside in a health care facility;

    • (b) circumstances of a temporary nature; or

    • (c) other circumstances that are not within the control of the person or the spouse or common-law partner.

  • Marginal note:Deceased person

    (3) If a person who is entitled to be paid an amount under any of sections 102 to 105 dies before the amount is paid, the following rules apply:

    • (a) if, at the time of death, there is a survivor, the survivor is entitled to 100% of the amount;

    • (b) if, at the time of death, there is no survivor, but there are one or more dependent children, each of those children is entitled to the amount obtained by dividing the amount to be paid by the number of those dependent children; and

    • (c) if, at the time of death, there is no survivor or dependent child, no amount is to be paid.

  • 2014, c. 20, s. 107
  • 2017, c. 20, s. 292

DIVISION 2Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation

Bank of Canada Act

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Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation Act

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DIVISION 3Regulatory Cooperation Council Initiative on Workplace Chemicals

Amendments to the Hazardous Products Act

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Transitional Provisions

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Amendments to the Canada Labour Code

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Transitional Provisions

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Amendments to the Hazardous Materials Information Review Act

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Transitional Provisions

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Coordinating Amendments

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Coming into Force

Marginal note:Order in council

Footnote * The provisions of this Division, other than sections 160 and 161, come into force on a day or days to be fixed by order of the Governor in Council.

  • Return to footnote *[Note: Sections 110 to 138 and 146 to 159 in force February 11, 2015, see SI/2015-5; sections 139 to 145 in force February 11, 2015, see SI/2015-6.]

DIVISION 4Importation of Intoxicating Liquors Act

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DIVISION 5Judges Act

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DIVISION 6Members of Parliament Retiring Allowances Act

Amendments to the Act

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Transitional Provision

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DIVISION 7National Defence Act

Amendments to the Act

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Coming into Force

Marginal note:Sixty days after royal assent

  •  Footnote *(1) Section 168 comes into force 60 days after the day on which this Act receives royal assent.

  • Marginal note:Order in council

    Footnote *(2) Sections 169 and 170 come into force on a day or days to be fixed by order of the Governor in Council.

DIVISION 8Customs Act

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DIVISION 9Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency

Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency Act

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Dissolution of Board

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DIVISION 10Enterprise Cape Breton Corporation

Dissolution

Marginal note:Definitions

 The following definitions apply in sections 180 to 186.

Agency

Agency means the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency established by section 10 of the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency Act. (Agence)

Corporation

Corporation means the Enterprise Cape Breton Corporation continued under section 27 of the Enterprise Cape Breton Corporation Act. (Société)

Minister

Minister means the Minister as defined in section 3 of the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency Act. (ministre)

Marginal note:Dissolution

 The Corporation is dissolved on the day on which this Division comes into force.

Marginal note:Transfer of assets and obligations

  •  (1) On the day on which this Division comes into force,

    • (a) the Corporation’s assets and those of its subsidiaries, other than the real property described in paragraph (c), are transferred to the Agency;

    • (b) the Corporation’s obligations and those of its subsidiaries, other than those described in paragraph (d), are assumed by the Agency;

    • (c) the administration of all real property in which the Corporation has any right, title or interest is transferred to the Minister of Public Works and Government Services; and

    • (d) the Corporation’s obligations and those of its subsidiaries to former employees of the Cape Breton Development Corporation established by the Cape Breton Development Corporation Act that were acquired by the Corporation or its subsidiaries on December 31, 2009 are assumed by Her Majesty in right of Canada as represented by the Minister of Public Works and Government Services.

  • Marginal note:Credits transferred — Department of Public Works and Government Services

    (2) Any money that is appropriated by an Act of Parliament, for the fiscal year in which this Division comes into force, to defray any of the Corporation’s expenditures related to any real property described in paragraph (1)(c) and any of the Corporation’s expenditures related to any of its obligations described in paragraph (1)(d), and that is unexpended, is deemed to have been appropriated to defray any expenditures of the Department of Public Works and Government Services.

  • Marginal note:Credits transferred — Agency

    (3) Any money, other than the money referred to in subsection (2), that is appropriated by an Act of Parliament, for the fiscal year in which this Division comes into force, to defray any of the Corporation’s expenditures, and that is unexpended, is deemed to have been appropriated to defray any of the Agency’s expenditures.

Marginal note:Appointment to Agency

  •  (1) Despite subsection 15(1) of the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency Act, every employee of the Corporation or of any of its subsidiaries, other than an employee described in subsection (2), is deemed, on the day on which this Division comes into force, to be a person appointed under the Public Service Employment Act to a position in the Agency and to be an employee as defined in subsection 2(1) of the Public Service Employment Act.

  • Marginal note:Appointment to Department of Public Works and Government Services

    (2) Every employee of the Corporation or of any of its subsidiaries whose functions relate to any real property or obligations described in paragraph 181(1)(c) or (d), as the case may be, is deemed, on the day on which this Division comes into force, to be a person appointed under the Public Service Employment Act to a position in the Department of Public Works and Government Services and to be an employee as defined in subsection 2(1) of that Act.

  • Marginal note:Employees

    (3) Every employee referred to in subsection (1) or (2) is entitled

    • (a) to receive in the position referred to in subsection (1) or (2) the same rate of pay that they were receiving as an employee of the Corporation or of any of its subsidiaries for as long as that rate of pay is higher than the rate of pay provided for by the terms and conditions of employment that apply or the terms and conditions of employment set out in the collective agreement that applies, as the case may be, to that position;

    • (b) to retain any vacation and sick leave credits that they had earned during their employment at the Corporation or at any of its subsidiaries; and

    • (c) to be credited with their accumulated years of service at the Corporation, at a subsidiary of the Corporation or at the Cape Breton Development Corporation established by the Cape Breton Development Corporation Act, for the purpose of determining their annual vacation entitlement in the public service.

    In all other respects, the employee is governed by the terms and conditions of employment that apply or the terms and conditions of employment set out in the collective agreement that applies, as the case may be, to that position.

 
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