27. The Commission may engage any officers, employees and agents and any technical and professional advisers that it considers necessary for the proper conduct of its activities and may fix the terms and conditions of their engagement.
Marginal note:Staff outside Canada
28. When the Commission, outside Canada, engages persons referred to in section 27 to perform duties outside Canada, it shall engage them and establish their terms and conditions of employment or work, and the Canada Labour Code does not apply to those persons.
29. The definitions in this section apply in this section and in sections 30 to 46.
« date d’entrée en vigueur »
Footnote *“commencement day” means the day on which this Act comes into force.
Return to footnote *[Note: Act in force January 2, 2001, see SI/2001-5.]
« employé »
“employee” means a person whose employment in the Department of Industry is terminated under paragraph 11(2)(g.1) of the Financial Administration Act and who is hired by the new Commission following an offer of employment made by the new Commission as a result of the transfer of the work of the former Commission from the Department of Industry to the new Commission.
« ancienne commission »
“former Commission” means the Canadian Tourism Commission established by Order in Council P.C. 1995-110 of January 31, 1995 and the associated Special Operating Agency created by decision of the Treasury Board.
« grief »
“grievance” has the same meaning as in subsection 2(1) of the Public Service Staff Relations Act.
« nouvelle commission »
“new Commission” means the Canadian Tourism Commission established by section 3.
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