Vol. 150, No. 15 — April 9, 2016

PARLIAMENT

HOUSE OF COMMONS

First Session, Forty-Second Parliament

PRIVATE BILLS

Standing Order 130 respecting notices of intended applications for private bills was published in the Canada Gazette, Part I, on November 28, 2015.

For further information, contact the Private Members’ Business Office, House of Commons, Centre Block, Room 134-C, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0A6, 613-992-6443.

MARC BOSC
Acting Clerk of the House of Commons

SENATE

LA CAPITALE FINANCIAL SECURITY INSURANCE COMPANY

Notice is hereby given that La Capitale Financial Security Insurance Company, a life insurance company incorporated in 1993 under the federal Insurance Companies Act and governed by this Act, having its principal place of business in the City of Mississauga, in the Province of Ontario, will apply to the Parliament of Canada, at the present session thereof or at either of the two sessions immediately following the present session, for a private Act authorizing it to apply to be continued as a body corporate under the laws of the Province of Quebec.

April 5, 2016

PIERRE MARC BELLAVANCE
Solicitor for the Petitioner

LA CAPITALE FINANCIAL SECURITY
INSURANCE COMPANY
7150 Derrycrest Drive
Mississauga, Ontario
L5W 0E5

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ROYAL ASSENT

Tuesday, March 29, 2016

On Thursday, March 24, 2016, His Excellency the Governor General signified assent in Her Majesty’s name to the Bills listed in the Schedule to this letter.

Assent was signified by written declaration, pursuant to the Royal Assent Act, S.C. 2002, c. 15. Section 5 of that Act provides that each Act “. . . is deemed to be assented to on the day on which the two Houses of Parliament have been notified of the declaration.”

The Senate was notified of the written declaration on Thursday, March 24, 2016.

The House of Commons was notified of the written declaration on Thursday, March 24, 2016.

An Act for granting to Her Majesty certain sums of money for the federal public administration for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2016
(Bill C-8, chapter 1, 2016)

An Act for granting to Her Majesty certain sums of money for the federal public administration for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2017
(Bill C-9, chapter 2, 2016)

CHARLES ROBERT
Clerk of the Senate and
Clerk of the Parliaments

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COMMISSIONER OF CANADA ELECTIONS

CANADA ELECTIONS ACT

Compliance agreement

This notice is published by the Commissioner of Canada Elections, pursuant to section 521 of the Canada Elections Act, S.C. 2000, c. 9.

On March 18, 2016, the Commissioner of Canada Elections entered into a compliance agreement with Mr. Kenneth Ross Creelman, pursuant to section 517 of the Canada Elections Act. The text of the compliance agreement is set out in full below.

March 24, 2016

YVES CÔTÉ, QC
Commissioner of Canada Elections

COMPLIANCE AGREEMENT

Pursuant to section 517 of the Canada Elections Act (the Act), the Commissioner of Canada Elections (the Commissioner) and Mr. Kenneth Ross Creelman (the Contracting Party) enter into this agreement aimed at ensuring compliance with the Act.

The provisions of the Act applicable at the relevant time were paragraphs 405(1)(a.1) and 497(3)(f.13). These provisions were re-enacted by S.C. 2014, c. 12, and now correspond, respectively, to paragraphs 367(1)(b) and 497(2)(d) of the Act.

Statements of the Contracting Party

For the purpose of this Compliance Agreement, the Contracting Party acknowledges the following:

Factors considered by the Commissioner

In entering into this Compliance Agreement, the Commissioner took into account the fact that the Contracting Party co-operated fully and in good faith with the Commissioner’s investigation. Furthermore, the total amount of excessive contributions has been returned to the contributor or paid to the Receiver General by the candidates and registered associations that received them, in accordance with the Act’s requirements.

Undertaking and agreement

The Contracting Party undertakes to comply with the relevant provisions of the Act in the future.

The Contracting Party consents to the publication of this agreement in the Canada Gazette and on the Commissioner’s Web site in accordance with section 521 of the Act.

The Commissioner agrees that the fulfillment by the Contracting Party of the undertakings in this agreement will constitute compliance with the agreement.

Pursuant to subsection 517(8) of the Act, the Commissioner and the Contracting Party recognize that once this agreement is entered into, the Commissioner will be prevented from referring this matter for prosecution to the Director of Public Prosecutions unless there is non-compliance with the terms of the Compliance Agreement, and in any event, the Director of Public Prosecutions cannot institute such a prosecution unless non-compliance is established.

Signed by the Contracting Party in the City of Fredericton,
this 15th day of March, 2016.

Kenneth Ross Creelman

Signed by the Commissioner of Canada Elections,
in the City of Gatineau, this 18th day of March, 2016.

Yves Côté, QC
Commissioner of Canada Elections

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COMMISSIONER OF CANADA ELECTIONS

CANADA ELECTIONS ACT

Compliance agreement

This notice is published by the Commissioner of Canada Elections, pursuant to section 521 of the Canada Elections Act, S.C. 2000, c. 9.

On March 23, 2016, the Commissioner of Canada Elections entered into a compliance agreement with Mr. Vaughan Minor, pursuant to section 517 of the Canada Elections Act. The text of the compliance agreement is set out in full below.

March 24, 2016

YVES CÔTÉ, QC
Commissioner of Canada Elections

COMPLIANCE AGREEMENT

Pursuant to section 517 of the Canada Elections Act (the Act), the Commissioner of Canada Elections (the Commissioner) and Mr. Vaughan Minor (the Contracting Party) enter into this agreement aimed at ensuring compliance with the Act.

The provisions of the Act applicable at the relevant time were paragraphs 405(1)(a.1) and 497(3)(f.13). These provisions were re-enacted by S.C. 2014, c. 12, and now correspond, respectively, to paragraphs 367(1)(b) and 497(2)(d) of the Act.

Statements of the Contracting Party

For the purpose of this Compliance Agreement, the Contracting Party acknowledges the following:

Factors considered by the Commissioner

In entering into this Compliance Agreement, the Commissioner took into account the following factors:

Undertaking and agreement

The Contracting Party undertakes to comply with the relevant provisions of the Act in the future.

The Contracting Party undertakes to advise Elections Canada of the excessive contributions he made in 2011 within 5 days of the signing of this Compliance Agreement.

The Contracting Party consents to the publication of this agreement in the Canada Gazette and on the Commissioner’s Web site in accordance with section 521 of the Act.

The Commissioner agrees that the fulfillment by the Contracting Party of the undertakings in this agreement will constitute compliance with the agreement.

Pursuant to subsection 517(8) of the Act, the Commissioner and the Contracting Party recognize that once this agreement is entered into, the Commissioner will be prevented from referring this matter for prosecution to the Director of Public Prosecutions unless there is non-compliance with the terms of the Compliance Agreement, and in any event, the Director of Public Prosecutions cannot institute such a prosecution unless non-compliance is established.

Signed by the Contracting Party in the City of London,
this 14th day of March, 2016.

Vaughan Minor

Signed by the Commissioner of Canada Elections,
in the City of Gatineau, this 23rd day of March, 2016.

Yves Côté, QC
Commissioner of Canada Elections

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COMMISSIONER OF CANADA ELECTIONS

CANADA ELECTIONS ACT

Compliance agreement

This notice is published by the Commissioner of Canada Elections, pursuant to section 521 of the Canada Elections Act, S.C. 2000, c. 9.

On March 23, 2016, the Commissioner of Canada Elections entered into a compliance agreement with the South Simcoe Police, pursuant to section 517 of the Canada Elections Act. The text of the compliance agreement is set out in full below.

March 29, 2016

YVES CÔTÉ, QC
Commissioner of Canada Elections

COMPLIANCE AGREEMENT

Pursuant to section 517 of the Canada Elections Act (the Act), the Commissioner of Canada Elections (the Commissioner) and the South Simcoe Police (the Contracting Party) enter into this agreement aimed at ensuring compliance with the Act.

The provisions of the Act that are applicable are subsection 132(1) and paragraph 489(1)(a), which make it an offence for an employer to fail to allow the time off work necessary during an employee’s hours of work that would enable the employee to have three consecutive hours for the purpose of casting a vote on polling day.

Statements of the Contracting Party

For the purpose of this Compliance Agreement, the Contracting Party acknowledges the following:

Factors considered by the Commissioner

In entering into this Compliance Agreement, the Commissioner took into account the fact that the Contracting Party has co- operated fully and in good faith with the Commissioner’s investigation.

Undertaking and agreement

The Contracting Party undertakes to develop and adopt a policy that will give effect to its employees’ entitlements under sections 132 and 133 of the Act in the future.

The Contracting Party undertakes to communicate this policy to employees once it has been adopted.

The Contracting Party undertakes to comply with the relevant provisions of the Act in the future.

The Contracting Party consents to the publication of this Compliance Agreement in the Canada Gazette and on the Commissioner’s Web site in accordance with section 521 of the Act.

The Commissioner agrees that the fulfillment by the Contracting Party of its undertaking in this Compliance Agreement will constitute compliance with the agreement.

Pursuant to subsection 517(8) of the Act, the Commissioner and the Contracting Party recognize that once this Compliance Agreement is entered into, the Commissioner will be prevented from referring this matter for prosecution to the Director of Public Prosecutions unless there is non-compliance with the terms of the Compliance Agreement, and in any event, the Director of Public Prosecutions cannot institute such a prosecution unless noncompliance is established.

Signed on behalf of the Contracting Party in the City of Innisfil,
Ontario, this 15th day of March 2016.

Richard Beazley
Chief of Police

Signed by the Commissioner of Canada Elections,
in the City of Gatineau, Quebec, this 23rd day of March 2016.

Yves Côté, QC
Commissioner of Canada Elections

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