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  1. Canada - Tripartite consultations - Law, Act

    Income Tax Act [1985, c. 1 (5th Supp.)]. - Act on-line [large file]

    Adoption: 1988-09-13 | CAN-1988-L-7084

    Part V (s. 204) replaces subsec. 22(6) of the Canada Pension Plan to impose an interest penalty on late remittance by employers. Part VI (s. 205) contains a similar provision in relation to remittances under subsec. 68(6) of the Unemployment Insurance Act 1971.

  2. Canada - Tripartite consultations - Law, Act

    Act to amend the Canada Labour Code. Chapter 51.

    Adoption: 1987-12-17 | CAN-1987-L-6441

    Amends the Canada Labour Code (LS 1965 - Can. 1A... 1972 - Can. 1) in regard to social security contributions made by employers and employees (subs. 59.52(2) and (3)).

  3. Canada - Tripartite consultations - Law, Act

    Act to amend the Hazardous Products Act and the Canada Labour Code [LS 1965 - Can. 1A... 1971 - Can. 1], to enact the Hazardous Materials Information Review Act and to amend other Acts in relation thereto. Chapter 30.

    Adoption: 1987-06-30 | CAN-1987-L-4318

    This Act amends several provisions of the Labour Code, concerning in particular the definition of hazardous substances (Part II, s. 3) and the obligations they imply for employers (Part II, s. 5). It also amends the Hazardous Products Act, especially regarding methods of manufacturing and preparing such products (containing an amended appendix listing the categories of products in Part I). The amendment promulgates (in Part III) the Hazardous Materials Information Review Act, which establishes a system of review and appeals of decisions taken by screening officers. The new Act sets up the Hazardous Materials Information Review Commission (Part III, ss. 28 et seq.), which includes two workers' representatives.


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