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First Session, Forty-second Parliament,
64-65-66 Elizabeth II, 2015-2016-2017
HOUSE OF COMMONS OF CANADA
BILL C-42
An Act to amend the Canadian Forces Members and Veterans Re-establishment and Compensation Act, the Pension Act and the Department of Veterans Affairs Act and to make consequential amendments to other Acts
FIRST READING, March 24, 2017
MINISTER OF VETERANS AFFAIRS AND ASSOCIATE MINISTER OF NATIONAL DEFENCE
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RECOMMENDATION
His Excellency the Governor General recommends to the House of Commons the appropriation of public revenue under the circumstances, in the manner and for the purposes set out in a measure entitled “An Act to amend the Canadian Forces Members and Veterans Re-establishment and Compensation Act, the Pension Act and the Department of Veterans Affairs Act and to make consequential amendments to other Acts”.
SUMMARY
This enactment amends the Canadian Forces Members and Veterans Re-establishment and Compensation Act to, among other things,
(a)specify to whom career transition services may be provided under Part 1 of the Act and authorize the Governor in Council to make regulations respecting those services;
(b)create a new education and training benefit that will provide a veteran with up to $80,000 for a course of study at an educational institution or for other education or training that is approved by the Minister of Veterans Affairs;
(c)end the family caregiver relief benefit and replace it with a caregiver recognition benefit that is payable to a person designated by a veteran;
(d)authorize the Minister of Veterans Affairs to waive the requirement for an application for compensation, services or assistance under the Act in certain cases;
(e)set out to whom any amount payable under the Act is to be paid if the person who is entitled to that amount dies before receiving it; and
(f)change the name of the Act.
The enactment also amends the Pension Act and the Department of Veterans Affairs Act to remove references to hospitals under the jurisdiction of the Department of Veterans Affairs as there are no longer any such hospitals.
Finally, it makes consequential amendments to other Acts.
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1st Session, 42nd Parliament,
64-65-66 Elizabeth II, 2015-2016-2017
HOUSE OF COMMONS OF CANADA
BILL C-42
An Act to amend the Canadian Forces Members and Veterans Re-establishment and Compensation Act, the Pension Act and the Department of Veterans Affairs Act and to make consequential amendments to other Acts
Her Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate and House of Commons of Canada, enacts as follows:
2005, c. 21

Canadian Forces Members and Veterans Re-establishment and Compensation Act

1Section 1 of the Canadian Forces Members and Veterans Re-establishment and Compensation Act is replaced by the following:
Short title
1This Act may be cited as the Veterans Well-being Act.
2The definition compensation in subsection 2(1) of the Act is replaced by the following:
compensation means any of the following benefits under this Act, namely, an education and training benefit, an education and training completion bonus, an earnings loss benefit, a supplementary retirement benefit, a Canadian Forces income support benefit, a career impact allowance, a retirement income security benefit, a critical injury benefit, a disability award, a death benefit, a clothing allowance, a detention benefit or a caregiver recognition benefit.‍ (indemnisation)
3Section 3 of the Act is replaced by the following:
Eligibility
3(1)Subject to this section, the Minister may, on application, provide career transition services to
(a)a member who has completed basic training;
(b)a veteran who completed basic training and who was released from the Canadian Forces on or after April 1, 2006;
(c)a veteran who is entitled to a Canadian Forces income support benefit;
(d)a spouse or common-law partner of a veteran who completed basic training and who was released from the Canadian Forces on or after April 1, 2006;
(e)a survivor of a member who completed basic training and who died on or after April 1, 2006;
(f)a survivor of a veteran who completed basic training and who was released from the Canadian Forces on or after April 1, 2006; and
(g)a survivor who is entitled to a Canadian Forces income support benefit.
Limitation — member
(2)Career transition services may be provided to a member only if the member resides in Canada and the Minister is satisfied that they require assistance in making the transition to the civilian labour force.
Limitation — veteran
(3)Career transition services may be provided to a veteran only if
(a)the veteran resides in Canada;
(b)the Minister is satisfied that the veteran requires assistance in making the transition to the civilian labour force; and
(c)the veteran is not receiving rehabilitation services or vocational assistance under Part 2.
Limitation — spouse, common-law partner or survivor
(4)Career transition services may be provided to a spouse, common-law partner or survivor only if they reside in Canada and are not receiving rehabilitation services or vocational assistance under Part 2.
Period — spouse or common-law partner of veteran
(5)A spouse or common-law partner of a veteran who completed basic training and who was released from the Canadian Forces on or after April 1, 2006 may receive career transition services until the later of
(a)March 31, 2020, and
(b)the second anniversary of the day on which the veteran was released.
4Subsection 4(1) of the Act is replaced by the following:
Assessment of needs
4(1)The Minister shall, on approving an application made under section 3, assess the needs of the member, veteran, spouse, common-law partner or survivor with respect to the career transition services that may be provided to them under this Part.
5Section 5 of the Act is replaced by the following:
Suspend or cancel
5The Minister may, in the prescribed circumstances, suspend or cancel the provision of career transition services to a person under this Part.
Regulations
5.‍1The Governor in Council may make regulations
(a)respecting the career transition services that may be provided under this Part; and
(b)defining residence and defining intervals of absence from Canada that shall be deemed not to have interrupted residence in Canada for the purposes of subsections 3(2) to (4).
PART 1.‍1
Education and Training Benefit
Eligibility — veterans
5.‍2(1)The Minister may, on application, pay an education and training benefit to a veteran in accordance with section 5.‍3 or 5.‍5 if the veteran
(a)served for a total of at least six years in the regular force, in the reserve force or in both; and
(b)was honourably released from the Canadian Forces on or after April 1, 2006.
Maximum cumulative amount
(2)The maximum cumulative amount that the Minister may pay to a veteran is $40,000 or, if the veteran served for a total of at least 12 years in the regular force, in the reserve force or in both, $80,000.
Definitions
(3)In this section, regular force and reserve force have the same meanings as in subsection 2(1) of the National Defence Act.
Course of study at educational institution
5.‍3(1)An education and training benefit may be paid to a veteran entitled to a benefit under this Part in respect of
(a)education or training received from an educational institution as part of a course of study leading to the completion of a degree, diploma, certification or designation; and
(b)any expenses, including living expenses, that may be incurred by the veteran while enrolled at the institution.
Request for payment
(2)A veteran requesting payment in respect of education or training described in paragraph (1)‍(a) shall provide the Minister with proof of acceptance, enrolment or registration at the institution for an upcoming period of study and with any prescribed information.
Additional information
(3)The Minister may request that the veteran provide the Minister with additional information for the purpose of making the determination under subsection (4).
Minister’s determination
(4)On being provided with the proof and information, the Minister shall, if he or she is satisfied that the requested payment may be made to the veteran, determine
(a)the amount of the payment;
(b)the period of study to which that amount is allocated; and
(c)the day on which the payment is to be made.
Payment day
(5)The day on which the payment is to be made must be no earlier than the 60th day before
(a)the day on which fees for the education or training are due to be paid to the institution in respect of the period of study; or
(b)the day on which the period of study begins, if the institution fixes no day on which the fees are due.
Education and training completion bonus
5.‍4On application, the Minister may pay, over and above an education and training benefit, an education and training completion bonus in the prescribed amount to a veteran who receives a degree, diploma, certification or designation in respect of which they received a payment of an education and training benefit under section 5.‍3.
Other education or training
5.‍5(1)An education and training benefit may be paid to a veteran entitled to a benefit under this Part for fees charged by the provider of any education or training, other than education or training described in paragraph 5.‍3(1)‍(a), that is approved by the Minister.
Maximum cumulative amount
(2)The maximum cumulative amount that may be paid to a veteran for such fees is the prescribed amount.
Request for payment
(3)A veteran requesting payment for such fees shall provide the Minister with a description of the education or training, the amount of the fees, the name of the provider and any prescribed information.
Additional information
(4)The Minister may request that the veteran provide the Minister with additional information for the purpose of making the determination under subsection (5).
Minister’s determination
(5)On being provided with the information referred to in subsections (3) and (4), the Minister may approve the education or training and shall, if he or she gives the approval and is satisfied that the requested payment may be made to the veteran, determine
(a)the amount of the payment; and
(b)the day on which the payment is to be made.
Payment day
(6)The day on which the payment is to be made must be no earlier than the 60th day before
(a)the day on which fees for the education or training are due to be paid to the provider; or
(b)the day on which the education or training begins, if the provider fixes no day on which the fees are due.
No payment to member
5.‍6For greater certainty, the Minister is not permitted to pay an education and training benefit to a person who is a member.
No payment — other services or benefit
5.‍7The Minister is not permitted to pay an education and training benefit to a veteran if they are being provided with rehabilitation services or vocational assistance under Part 2, or are entitled to a Canadian Forces income support benefit under that Part.
Limitation — incarceration
5.‍8If a veteran is incarcerated in a correctional institution and is not responsible for paying their living expenses, the Minister may limit the amount of an education and training benefit payable to the veteran to the amount that is, in the Minister’s opinion, required to allow the veteran to participate in the education or training.
Duration of benefit
5.‍9(1)An education and training benefit ceases to be payable to a veteran on the later of
(a)April 1, 2028, and
(b)the day after the 10th anniversary of the day on which the veteran was last released from the Canadian Forces.
Education or training ending after cessation
(2)A payment of an education and training benefit that is made before the day on which the benefit ceases to be payable may be made in respect of education or training that ends on or after that day.
Exception
(3)Despite subsection (1), the Minister may, in the prescribed circumstances, pay an education and training benefit after it would otherwise cease to be payable.
Limitation
5.‍91The Minister is not permitted to pay an education and training benefit to a veteran after the day on which they receive the last of the payments totalling the maximum cumulative amount to which they are entitled on that day, despite any adjustment to the maximum cumulative amount that is made under the regulations after that day.
Suspension or cancellation
5.‍92The Minister may, in the prescribed circumstances, suspend the payment of an education and training benefit or cancel the benefit.
Regulations
5.‍93The Governor in Council may make regulations
(a)prescribing how the length of service in the reserve force is to be determined for the purposes of paragraph 5.‍2(1)‍(a);
(b)respecting what constitutes honourable release for the purpose of paragraph 5.‍2(1)‍(b);
(c)providing for the periodic adjustment of the maximum cumulative amount referred to in subsection 5.‍2(2);
(d)defining “educational institution” for the purposes of paragraph 5.‍3(1)‍(a);
(e)prescribing the education or training that may or may not be approved by the Minister under section 5.‍5; and
(f)defining what constitutes incarceration in a correctional institution for the purposes of section 5.‍8.
6Section 40.‍5 of the Act is repealed.
7Section 42 of the Act is replaced by the following:
Non-application of this Part
42This Part, other than sections 44.‍1 and 44.2, does not apply in respect of an injury or a disease, or the aggravation of an injury or a disease, if the injury or disease, or the aggravation, is one for which a pension may be granted under the Pension Act.
8Section 44.‍3 of the Act is repealed.
9The heading to Part 3.‍1 of the Act is replaced by the following:
Caregiver Recognition Benefit
10(1)The portion of subsection 65.‍1(1) of the Act before paragraph (a) is replaced by the following:
Eligibility
65.‍1(1)The Minister may, on application by a veteran, pay a caregiver recognition benefit to a person designated by the veteran if
(2)Paragraphs 65.‍1(1)‍(a) and (b) of the English version of the Act are replaced by the following:
(a)the veteran has had an application for a disability award approved under section 45;
(b)as a result of the disability for which the application for a disability award was approved, the veteran requires ongoing care;
(3)Paragraph 65.‍1(1)‍(c) of the Act is replaced by the following:
(b.‍1)the veteran has not been awarded a pension or compensation as those terms are defined in subsection 3(1) of the Pension Act;
(c)the designated person is 18 years of age or older and plays an essential role in the provision or coordination of the ongoing care to the veteran in the veteran’s home for which the person receives no remuneration; and
(4)Subsections 65.‍1(3) and (4) of the Act are replaced by the following:
Factors to be considered
(3)In deciding whether a designated person plays an essential role in the provision or coordination of the ongoing care to the veteran in the veteran’s home, the Minister shall consider only prescribed factors.
11Sections 65.‍2 and 65.‍3 of the Act are replaced by the following:
Amount of benefit
65.‍2The monthly amount of a caregiver recognition benefit that is payable to a designated person shall be the amount set out in column 2 of item 5 of Schedule 2.
Only one designated person
65.‍21A veteran may, for the purpose of subsection 65.‍1(1), designate only one person at a time.
When benefit payable
65.‍22(1)Subject to subsection (2), a caregiver recognition benefit begins to be payable on the first day of the month in which the application for the benefit is made.
Replacement of designated person
(2)If a veteran, by means of a new application for a caregiver recognition benefit, replaces the designated person with a new designated person, the caregiver recognition benefit begins to be payable to the new designated person on the later of
(a)the first day of the month in which the new application is made, and
(b)the day on which the benefit ceases to be payable to the previously designated person.
When benefit ceases to be payable
65.‍23A caregiver recognition benefit ceases to be payable on the earliest of
(a)the first day of the month after the month in which the conditions of eligibility set out in paragraphs 65.‍1(1)‍(a) to (d) are no longer met,
(b)the first day of the month after the month in which the veteran makes a new application to replace the designated person with a new designated person, or
(c)the first day of the month after the month in which the veteran or the designated person dies.
Change in circumstances — veteran
65.‍24(1)A veteran shall inform the Minister if there is any change in circumstances relating to the conditions of eligibility set out in paragraphs 65.‍1(1)‍(a) to (d) or if the designated person dies.
Change in circumstances — designated person
(2)A designated person shall inform the Minister if there is any change in circumstances relating to the conditions of eligibility set out in paragraph 65.‍1(1)‍(c) or if the veteran who designated the person dies.
Assessment
65.‍3The Minister may, for the purpose of determining whether a designated person may continue to receive a caregiver recognition benefit, require the veteran who designated the person to undergo an assessment by a person specified by the Minister.
Suspension or cancellation
65.‍31The Minister may, in the prescribed circumstances, suspend the payment of a caregiver recognition benefit or cancel the benefit.
12The Act is amended by adding the following after section 78:
Waiver
Waiver of requirement for application
78.‍1(1)The Minister may waive the requirement for an application for compensation, career transition services, rehabilitation services or vocational assistance under this Act if he or she believes, based on information that has been collected or obtained by him or her in the exercise of the Minister’s powers or the performance of the Minister’s duties and functions, that a person may be eligible for the compensation, services or assistance if they were to apply for it.
Notice of intent
(2)If the Minister intends to waive the requirement for an application in respect of a person, the Minister shall notify the person in the prescribed manner of that intention.
Accepting waiver
(3)The person may accept to have the requirement for an application waived by notifying the Minister in the prescribed manner of their decision to accept the waiver and, in that case, the person shall, in any period specified by the Minister, provide him or her with any information or document that he or she requests.
Date of waiver
(4)The requirement for an application is waived on the day on which the Minister receives the person’s notice of their decision to accept the waiver of the requirement.
Minister may require application
(5)The Minister may, at any time after he or she notifies the person of his or her intention to waive the requirement for an application and for any reason that he or she considers reasonable in the circumstances, including if the person does not provide the Minister with the information that he or she requested in the period that he or she specifies, require that the person make an application and, in that case, the Minister shall notify the person in writing of that requirement.
Waiver cancelled
(6)A waiver is cancelled on the day on which the Minister notifies the person that they are required to make an application.
Effect of waiver
78.‍2(1)If the requirement for an application for compensation, career transition services, rehabilitation services or vocational assistance under this Act is waived by the Minister, the application is deemed to have been made on the day on which the requirement is waived.
Effect of cancelling waiver
(2)Despite subsection (1), if the waiver is cancelled after the day on which the Minister receives the person’s notice of their decision to accept the waiver, no application is deemed to have been made.
13Section 83 of the Act is replaced by the following:
Review of decision under Part 1, 1.‍1, 2 or 3.‍1
83Subject to the regulations, the Minister may, on application or on the Minister’s own motion, review a decision made under Part 1, 1.‍1, 2 or 3.‍1 or under this section.
14The Act is amended by adding the following after section 87:
Payments
Amount paid to survivor
87.‍1(1)Any amount that is payable under this Act to a person who dies before receiving it, is to be paid to their survivor.
Amount paid to estate or succession
(2)However, the amount is to be paid to the person’s estate or succession if they have no survivor or their survivor dies before receiving the amount.
Definition of survivor
(3)For the purposes of subsections (1) and (2), survivor, in relation to a deceased person, means
(a)their spouse who was, at the time of the person’s death, residing with them; or
(b)the person who was, at the time of the person’s death, cohabiting with them in a conjugal relationship and had done so for a period of at least one year.
15(1)The portion of subsection 88(4) of the English version of the Act before paragraph (a) is replaced by the following:
Erroneous payments of benefits or allowances
(4)Despite anything in this Act, the Minister may continue the payment of an education and training benefit, earnings loss benefit, a Canadian Forces income support benefit, a career impact allowance, a retirement income security benefit, a clothing allowance or a caregiver recognition benefit, in whole or in part, to a person who is not entitled to it, or not entitled to a portion of it, if
(2)Paragraph 88(4)‍(d) of the English version of the Act is replaced by the following:
(d)the benefit or allowance has been paid to the person for five years or more or, in the case of an education and training benefit, for three years or more.
(3)Subsection 88(4) of the French version of the Act is replaced by the following:
Indemnisation erronée
(4)Malgré les autres dispositions de la présente loi, le ministre peut continuer de verser à la personne, bien que celle-ci n’y ait pas droit, tout ou partie de l’allocation pour études et formation, de l’allocation pour perte de revenus, de l’allocation de soutien du revenu, de l’allocation pour incidence sur la carrière, de l’allocation de sécurité du revenu de retraite, de l’allocation vestimentaire ou de l’allocation de reconnaissance pour aidant dont le montant résulte d’une erreur, d’un retard ou d’un oubli de la part d’un cadre ou fonctionnaire de l’administration publique fédérale et a fait l’objet d’une remise au motif prévu à l’alinéa (3)d), s’il estime que le versement, fait depuis au moins cinq ans, ou depuis au moins trois ans dans le cas de l’allocation pour études et formation, ne résulte pas d’une déclaration trompeuse ou de la dissimulation de faits importants de la part de cette personne et que son annulation ou sa réduction lui causerait un préjudice abusif.
16Paragraphs 94(e) to (g) of the Act are replaced by the following:
(e)respecting the provision of any information, declaration or document to the Minister by any person who applies for or is in receipt of career transition services, an education and training benefit, an education and training completion bonus, rehabilitation services, vocational assistance, an earnings loss benefit, a Canadian Forces income support benefit, a career impact allowance, a retirement income security benefit or a clothing allowance under this Act, and authorizing the Minister to suspend delivery of the services or assistance or payment of the benefit, bonus or allowance until the information, declaration or document is provided;
(e.‍1)respecting the provision of any information, declaration or document to the Minister by any veteran who applies for a caregiver recognition benefit under subsection 65.‍1(1) or by the person designated in the application, and authorizing the Minister to suspend payment of the benefit until the information, declaration or document is provided;
(f)respecting the procedure to be followed by the Minister in suspending or cancelling career transition services, rehabilitation services, vocational assistance or payment of compensation;
(g)providing for a review of any decisions made under Part 1, 1.‍1, 2 or 3.‍1 or under section 83, including the grounds for review, the powers on review and the number of reviews;
17Section 94.‍1 of the Act is replaced by the following:
Retroactive application of regulations
94.‍1Regulations made in respect of the retirement income security benefit and the caregiver recognition benefit under subsections 40.‍1(5), 40.‍2(5), 40.‍3(5) and 40.‍4(5) and sections 41, 65.‍4 and 94 may, if they so provide, be retroactive.
18Item 5 of Schedule 2 to the Act is replaced by the following:
Column 1
Column 2
Item
Allowance or Benefit
Amount ($)
5
Caregiver recognition benefit
1,000.‍00 (monthly)
R.‍S.‍, c. P-6

Pension Act

19(1)The portion of subsection 3.‍1(1) of the Pension Act before paragraph (a) is replaced by the following:
No award payable
3.‍1(1)Despite any other provision of this Act, no award is payable under this Act in respect of any application made by or in respect of a member of the forces after April 1, 2006 unless
(2)Paragraph 3.‍1(1)‍(b) of the Act is replaced by the following:
(b)the application is in respect of the death of a member of the forces, if the death occurred before April 1, 2006 or is the result of an injury or a disease, or the aggravation of an injury or a disease, for which a pension has been granted;
(3)Paragraph 3.‍1(1)‍(e) of the Act is replaced by the following:
(e)the Minister has determined under the Veterans Well-being Act that the injury or disease, or the aggravation of the injury or disease, for which the application is made is inseparable — for the purpose of assessing the extent of disability — from an injury or a disease, or the aggravation of an injury or a disease, for which a pension has been granted; or
(4)Subsection 3.‍1(2) of the Act is replaced by the following:
Exception
(2)Subsection (1) does not apply in respect of an application for compensation made under Part III.‍1 if the application relates to a period spent as a prisoner of war that began before April 1, 2006.
20Subsection 35(1.‍2) of the Act is replaced by the following:
Assessments under Veterans Well-being Act
(1.‍2)Any disability assessments under the Veterans Well-being Act shall be taken into account for the purpose of determining whether the extent of disability exceeds 100%.
21Subsection 38(2) of the Act is repealed.
R.‍S.‍, c. V-1

Department of Veterans Affairs Act

22(1)Paragraph 5(b) of the Department of Veterans Affairs Act is repealed.
(2)Subparagraph 5(c.‍1)‍(i) of the Act is replaced by the following:
(i)the circumstances in which a person is required to make payments in respect of all or part of the cost of accommodation and meals in a hospital, home or other institution,

Terminology Changes

Replacement of “Canadian Forces Members and Veterans Re-establishment and Compensation Act”
23(1)Every reference to the “Canadian Forces Members and Veterans Re-establishment and Compensation Act” is replaced by a reference to the “Veterans Well-being Act” in the following provisions:
(a)subparagraph 5(g.‍1)‍(i.‍1) of the Department of Veterans Affairs Act;
(b)paragraphs (e) and (f) of the definition student in section 2 of the Children of Deceased Veterans Education Assistance Act;
(c)the definition special duty service in subsection 3(1), the heading before section 3.‍1 and subsections 72(1) to (2) of the Pension Act;
(d)subsection 32.‍1(2) of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Superannuation Act;
(e)section 18, subsection 19(2), section 30 and subsections 34(1), (3) and (4) and 37(1) of the Veterans Review and Appeal Board Act;
(f)paragraph 13(a) of the Injured Military Members Compensation Act;
(g)sections 102 and 103 and paragraph (a) of the definition dependent child in subsection 107(1) of the Economic Action Plan 2014, No. 1;
(h)section 98 and the definition Act in section 99 of the Budget Implementation Act, 2016, No. 1.
Other references
(2)Unless the context requires otherwise, every reference to the “Canadian Forces Members and Veterans Re-establishment and Compensation Act” in any provision of an Act of Parliament other than a provision referred to in subsection (1) is to be read as a reference to the “Veterans Well-being Act”.

Transitional Provisions

Payment or reimbursement
24(1)On or after April 1, 2018, the Minister of Veterans Affairs may, in accordance with Part 1 of the Veterans Well-being Act and the regulations, as they read immediately before that day, pay or reimburse fees that are in respect of career transition services provided under that Part before that day.
Application of section 87.‍1
(2)Section 87.‍1 of the Veterans Well-being Act applies with respect to an amount payable under subsection (1) to a person to whom career transition services were provided.
Services before April 1, 2018
25A person who is entitled, on March 31, 2018, to receive career transition services under the Veterans Well-being Act need not re-apply for career transition services under section 3 of that Act, as it reads on April 1, 2018, if they meet the requirements of that section.
Cessation of family caregiver relief benefits
26(1)Subject to subsection (2), all family caregiver relief benefits under Part 3.‍1 of the Veterans Well-being Act as it read on March 31, 2018 cease to be payable on April 1, 2018.
Applications made before April 1, 2018
(2)An application for a family caregiver relief benefit that is made under subsection 65.‍1(1) of the Veterans Well-being Act as it read on March 31, 2018 and that is received by the Minister before April 1, 2018 is to be dealt with in accordance with that Act as it read on March 31, 2018. If the application is approved, the veteran is entitled to the benefit for only one year.
April 1, 2006
27Paragraph 94(j.‍1) of the Canadian Forces Members and Veterans Re-establishment and Compensation Act is deemed to have come into force on April 1, 2006.

Consequential Amendments

2012, c. 19

Jobs, Growth and Long-term Prosperity Act

28Division 50 of the Jobs, Growth and Long-term Prosperity Act is repealed.
2016, c. 7

Budget Implementation Act, 2016, No. 1

29Section 115 of the Budget Implementation Act, 2016, No. 1 and the heading before it are repealed.

Coming into Force

April 1, 2018
30The provisions of this Act, other than sections 21, 22 and 27, come into force on April 1, 2018.
Published under authority of the Speaker of the House of Commons

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