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  1. Canada - Other international agreements - International agreement

    Protocole du 16 septembre 2011 entre le Gouvernement de la République de Bulgarie et le Gouvernement de la République de Serbie sur l'application de l'accord entre la Communauté européenne et la République de Serbie concernant la réadmission des personnes en séjour irrégulier. - Protocole (version bulgare)

    Adoption: 2011-09-16 | INT-2011-IA-100756

    Approuvé par une décision n° 6 du 12 janvier 2012 du Conseil des ministres.

  2. Canada - Other international agreements - International agreement

    Agreement on Labour Cooperation between the Government of Canada and the Government of the Republic of Chile.

    Adoption: 1997-02-06 | INT-1997-IA-48004

    Both party States shall promote the implementation of labour standards set out in Annex 1 by appointing inspectors, monitoring implementation, and encouraging voluntary compliance. Establishes a Canada-Chile Commission for Labour Cooperation which shall oversee the implementation of the Agreement and promote cooperative activities in the fields of, inter alia, occupational health and safety, prevention of child labour, human resources development, labour statistics, labour management, and gender equality. Provides for a Committee of Experts and an Arbitral Panel to evaluate and settle any disagreements arising form the Agreement. S. 42 provides that the parties shall seek cooperative arrangements with the ILO. The Labour Principles set out in the annex regard: freedom of association and protection of the right to organize; right to bargain collectively; right to strike; prohibition of forced labour; labour protection for children and young persons; minimum employment standards; elimination of employment discrimination; equal pay for men and women; prevention and compensation for occupational injuries and illnesses; and protection of migrant workers.

  3. Canada - Other international agreements - International agreement

    North American Agreement on Labour Cooperation between the Government of the United States of America, the Government of Canada, and the Government of the United Mexican States [Supplemental Agreement to the North American Free Trade Agreement - NAFTA]. - NAALC

    Adoption: 1993-09-13 | INT-1993-IA-35060

    Seeks to promote a broad array of labour principles -listed in Annex I- such as freedom of association and protection of the right to organize; the right to bargain collectively; the right to strike; prohibition of forced labour; labour protection for children and young persons; minimum employment standards; elimination of employment discrimination; equal pay for men and women; prevention of occupational injuries and illnesses; compensation in cases of occupational injuries and illnesses; and protection of migrant workers. Each Party is required to ensure that its labour laws and regulations provide for high labour standards, consistent with high quality and productivity workplaces, and to enforce such laws. A Commission for Labour Cooperation is established comprised of the Parties' respective labour ministers, whose functions include overseeing the implementation of and developing recommendations on modifications of the Agreement, while promoting cooperative activities regarding labour matters. National Administrative Offices at the federal government level are to coordinate administration of the Agreement. Advice on the implementation and modification of the Agreement may be given by national (including employers' and workers' representatives) and government advisory committees. Also provides for cooperative consultations and evaluations (by a Committee of experts selected in consultation with the ILO), dispute resolution procedures, and enforcement mechanisms.

  4. Canada - Other international agreements - International agreement

    Acuerdo de cooperación para el desarrollo entre Uruguay y Canadá.

    Adoption: 1991-04-12 | INT-1991-IA-32401

    El acuerdo prevé un programa de cooperación para el desarrollo y el otorgamiento de becas de formación a ciudadanos uruguayos.

  5. Canada - Other international agreements - International agreement

    Acuerdo con Canadá que autoriza a los familiares dependientes del personal diplomático, consular, administrativo y técnico de las misiones diplomáticas y consulares acreditadas en los respectivos países y a familiares dependientes del personal de cualquiera de ambos Gobiernos, acreditados ante una organización internacional con sede en el otro país, para desempeñar actividades remuneradas en el Estado receptor.

    Adoption: 1991-01-21 | INT-1991-IA-29453

  6. Canada - Other international agreements - International agreement

    Convenio entre el Reino de España y Canadá sobre el libre ejercicio de actividades remuneradas por personas a cargo de empleados de Misiones diplomáticas, Oficinas consulares o Representaciones permanentes ante Organizaciones internacionales, hecho en Madrid el día 8 de febrero de 1990.

    Adoption: 1990-02-08 | Date of entry into force: 1990-07-16 | INT-1990-IA-9989

    Las categorías de personas cubiertas por el tratado quedan autorizadas para ejercer libremente actividades remuneradas, por cuenta propia o ajena, en el Estado receptor, en las mismas condiciones que los nacionales de dicho Estado, una vez obtenida la autorización correspondiente.

  7. Canada - Other international agreements - International agreement

    Canada-United States Free Trade Agreement Implementation Act. Chapter 65.

    Adoption: 1988-12-30 | Date of entry into force: 1989-01-01 | INT-1988-IA-8503

  8. Canada - Other international agreements - International agreement

    Echange de lettres constituant un accord relatif à la continuité des droits de pension. Fait à New York les 16 et 29 juillet 1970.

    Adoption: 1970-07-29 | Date of entry into force: 1970-12-11 | CAN-1970-IA-26340


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