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TABLE OF PROVISIONS
AN ACT TO IMPLEMENT CERTAIN PROVISIONS OF THE BUDGET TABLED IN PARLIAMENT ON MARCH 29, 2012 AND OTHER MEASURES
SHORT TITLE
1.       Jobs, Growth and Long-term Prosperity Act
PART 1
AMENDMENTS TO THE INCOME TAX ACT, A RELATED ACT AND THE INCOME TAX REGULATIONS
2–18.       
PART 2
MEASURES RELATING TO SALES AND EXCISE TAXES
19–51.       
PART 3
RESPONSIBLE RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT
Division 1
Environmental Assessment
52.       Enactment of the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act, 2012
AN ACT RESPECTING THE ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT OF CERTAIN ACTIVITIES AND THE PREVENTION OF SIGNIFICANT ADVERSE ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS
SHORT TITLE
1.       Canadian Environmental Assessment Act, 2012
INTERPRETATION
2.       Definitions
HER MAJESTY
3.       Binding on Her Majesty
PURPOSES
4.       Purposes
ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS
5.       Environmental effects
PROHIBITIONS
6.       Proponent
7.       Federal authority
SCREENING
8.       Proponent’s obligation — description of designated project
9.       Posting of description of designated project and public notice on Internet site
10.       Screening decision
11.       Federal authority’s obligation
12.       Posting notice of decision on Internet site
ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT REQUIRED
13.       Activities regulated by regulatory body
14.       Designation of physical activity as designated project
ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT OF DESIGNATED PROJECTS
Responsible Authority
15.       Responsible authority
16.       Cooperation
Commencement of Environmental Assessment
17.       Posting of notice on Internet site
Consultation and Cooperation with Certain Jurisdictions
18.       Responsible authority’s or Minister’s obligations
Factors To Be Considered
19.       Factors
Federal Authority’s Obligation
20.       Specialist or expert information
Environmental Assessment by Responsible Authority
General Rules
21.       Application only when no referral to review panel
22.       Responsible authority’s obligations
23.       Information
24.       Public participation
25.       Public notice in certain cases — draft report
26.       Delegation
27.       Responsible authority’s or Minister’s decisions
Section 54 of the National Energy Board Act
28.       Participation of interested party
29.       Recommendations in environmental assessment report
30.       Order to reconsider
31.       Governor in Council’s decision
Substitution
32.       Minister’s obligation
33.       Exceptions
34.       Conditions
35.       Assessment considered in conformity
36.       Responsible authority’s or Minister’s decision
Equivalent Assessment
37.       Exemption
Environmental Assessment by a Review Panel
General Rules
38.       Referral to review panel
39.       Studies and collection of information
40.       Agreement to jointly establish review panel
41.       Mackenzie Valley Resource Management Act
42.       Terms of reference and appointment of members
43.       Review panel’s duties
44.       Information
45.       Power to summon witnesses
46.       Public notice
47.       Minister’s decisions
48.       Excluded periods
Rules in Case of Termination
49.       Termination
50.       Completion of environmental assessment by Agency
51.       Minister’s decisions
Decision Making
52.       Decisions of decision maker
53.       Conditions — environmental effects referred to in subsection 5(1)
Decision Statement
54.       Decision statement issued to proponent
55.       Posting of decision statement on Internet site
56.       Decision statement considered part of licence under Nuclear Safety and Control Act
Participant Funding Programs
57.       Agency’s obligation
58.       Responsible authority’s obligation
Cost Recovery
59.       Proponent’s obligation to pay costs
60.       Services provided during given period
61.       Debt due to Her Majesty
Termination of Environmental Assessment
62.       Termination by responsible authority or Minister
63.       Termination by responsible authority referred to in any of paragraphs 15(a) to (c)
64.       Termination by Minister
Confidential Information
65.       No disclosure
DUTIES OF CERTAIN AUTHORITIES IN RELATION TO PROJECTS
66.       Definitions
67.       Project carried out on federal lands
68.       Project outside Canada
69.       Referral to Governor in Council
70.       Non-application — national emergency or emergency
71.       Federal authority’s reporting duty
72.       Authority’s reporting duty
REGIONAL STUDIES
73.       Establishment of committee — region entirely on federal lands
74.       Joint establishment of committee — other regions
75.       Report to Minister
76.       Public notice
77.       Application of section 45
CANADIAN ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT REGISTRY
Establishment of Registry
78.       Canadian Environmental Assessment Registry
Internet Site
79.       Establishment and maintenance
Project Files
80.       Establishment and maintenance
General
81.       Categories of available information
82.       Protection from civil proceeding or prosecution
ADMINISTRATION
83.       Regulations — Governor in Council
84.       Regulations — Minister
85.       Externally produced documents
86.       Minister’s powers
87.       Non-application — national security
88.       Statutory Instruments Act
ADMINISTRATION AND ENFORCEMENT
Designation
89.       Power to designate
Powers
90.       Authority to enter
91.       Warrant for dwelling-house
92.       Entry on private property
93.       Use of force
Orders
94.       Measures required
95.       Measures taken by designated person
Injunctions
96.       Court’s power
Prohibitions and Offences
97.       Obstruction
98.       False statements or information
99.       Contravention — section 6
100.       Contravention — section 98
101.       Limitation period
102.       Admissibility of evidence
CANADIAN ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT AGENCY
103.       Agency continued
104.       Delegation to Agency
105.       Agency’s objects
106.       Agency’s duties
107.       Using government facilities
108.       President
109.       Executive Vice-president
110.       Remuneration
111.       Appointment under Public Service Employment Act
112.       Head office
113.       Contracts, etc., binding on Her Majesty
ANNUAL REPORT
114.       Annual report to Parliament
TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS
115.       Definitions
116.       President of former Agency
117.       Executive Vice-president of former Agency
118.       Employment continued
119.       References
120.       Transfer of rights and obligations
121.       Commencement of legal proceedings
122.       Continuation of legal proceedings
123.       Appropriations
124.       Completion of screenings commenced under former Act
125.       Completion of comprehensive studies commenced under former Act
126.       Completion of assessment by a review panel commenced under former Act
127.       Substitution under former Act
128.       Non-application of this Act
129.       Privileged evidence, documents or things
53–67.       
Division 2
National Energy Board Act
68–115.       
Division 3
Canada Oil and Gas Operations Act
116–121.       
Division 4
Nuclear Safety and Control Act
122–131.       
Division 5
Fisheries Act
132–156.       
Division 6
Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999
157–162.       
Division 7
Species at Risk Act
163–169.       
PART 4
VARIOUS MEASURES
Division 1
Measures with Respect to the Auditor General of Canada
170–204.       
Division 2
Life Annuity-like Products
205–208.       
Division 3
PPP Canada Inc.
209–213.       
Division 4
Territorial Borrowing Limits
214–217.       
Division 5
Reporting Requirements
218–222.       
Division 6
Social Security Tribunal and Service Delivery
223–281.       
Division 7
Consolidation of Privacy Codes
282–303.       
Division 8
Social Insurance Number Cards
304–314.       
Division 9
Amendments Relating to the Parks Canada Agency
315–325.       
Division 10
Financial Institutions
326–349.       
Division 11
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation
350–367.       
Division 12
Integrated Cross-border Law Enforcement Operations Act
368.       Enactment of Act
AN ACT TO IMPLEMENT A FRAMEWORK AGREEMENT ON INTEGRATED CROSS-BORDER LAW ENFORCEMENT OPERATIONS BETWEEN THE GOVERNMENT OF CANADA AND THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
SHORT TITLE
1.       Integrated Cross-border Law Enforcement Operations Act
INTERPRETATION
2.       Definitions
PURPOSE
3.       Purpose
PRINCIPLES
4.       Statement
CENTRAL AUTHORITY FOR CANADA
5.       Designation
6.       Direction and management
7.       Appointment of officers from Canada
8.       Appointment of officers from United States
9.       Suspension or revocation
10.       Certificates
11.       Recommendation for appointment
POWERS OF DESIGNATED OFFICERS
12.       Powers — designated officer
DETENTION OF PERSONS
13.       Persons taken into custody
SEIZURE
14.       Vessel, etc., seized in Canada
15.       Vessel, etc., seized in United States
16.       Non-application of certain laws
369–374.       
Division 13
Bretton Woods and Related Agreements Act
375–376.       
Division 14
Canada Health Act
377.       
Division 15
Canadian Security Intelligence Service Act
378–387.       
Division 16
Currency Act
388–389.       
Division 17
Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements Act
390–410.       
Division 18
Fisheries Act
411.       
Division 19
Food and Drugs Act
412–419.       
Division 20
Government Employees Compensation Act
420–426.       
Division 21
International Development Research Centre Act
427–431.       
Division 22
Canada Labour Code
432–440.       
Division 23
Fair Wages and Hours of Labour Act
441–444.       
Division 24
Old Age Security Act
445–467.       
Division 25
Salaries Act
468–472.       
Division 26
Seeds Act
473–475.       
Division 27
Statutory Instruments Act
476-478.       
Division 28
Investment Canada Act
479–480.       
Division 29
Customs Act
481–482.       
Division 30
Pension Benefits Standards Act, 1985
483.       
Division 31
Railway Safety Act
484–486.       
Division 32
Canadian International Trade Tribunal Act
487–489.       
Division 33
International Centre for Human Rights and Democratic Development Act
490–505.       
Division 34
Health of Animals Act
506–515.       
Division 35
Canada School of Public Service Act
516-524.       
Division 36
Bank Act
525.       
Division 37
Corrections and Conditional Release Act
526–530.       
Division 38
Coasting Trade Act
531.       
Division 39
Status of the Artist Act
532–577.       
Division 40
National Round Table on the Environment and the Economy Act
578–594.       
Division 41
Telecommunications Act
595–601.       
Division 42
Employment Equity Act
602.       
Division 43
Employment Insurance Act
603–619.       
Division 44
Customs Tariff
620–625.       
Division 45
Canada Marine Act
626.       
Division 46
First Nations Land Management Act
627–652.       
Division 47
Canada Travelling Exhibitions Indemnification Act
653.       
Division 48
Canadian Air Transport Security Authority Act
654–655.       
Division 49
First Nations Fiscal and Statistical Management Act
656–681.       
Division 50
Canadian Forces Members and Veterans Re-establishment and Compensation Act
682–684.       
Division 51
Repeal of the Department Of Social Development Act
685–696.       
Division 52
Wage Earner Protection Program Act
697–698.       
Division 53
Kyoto Protocol Implementation Act
699.       
Division 54
Immigration and Refugee Protection Act
700–710.       
Division 55
Shared Services Canada
711.       Enactment of the Shared Services Canada Act
AN ACT TO ESTABLISH SHARED SERVICES CANADA
SHORT TITLE
1.       Shared Services Canada Act
INTERPRETATION
2.       Definitions
DESIGNATION OF MINISTER
3.       Power of Governor in Council
ESTABLISHMENT
4.       Establishment
5.       Minister
POWERS, DUTIES AND FUNCTIONS
6.       Governor in Council
7.       Minister
8.       Governor in Council’s approval
9.       Charging for services
ORGANIZATION AND HEAD OFFICE
10.       President
11.       President
12.       Remuneration
13.       Head office
HUMAN RESOURCES
14.       Appointment of employees
GENERAL
15.       Access to Information Act
16.       Privacy Act
TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS
Definitions
17.       Definitions
Former Department
18.       President
19.       Transfer of appropriations
20.       References
712.       
Division 56
Assisted Human Reproduction Act
713–753.       
SCHEDULE