Marginal note:Report of inquiry
155.2 (1) After an inquiry under section 155.1 has been completed, the judge who conducted the inquiry shall prepare a report of the conclusions of the inquiry and submit it to the Minister.
(2) Where an inquiry under section 155.1 has been held and, in the opinion of the judge who conducted the inquiry, the member of the Board in respect of whom the inquiry was held
(a) has become incapacitated from the due execution of the member’s office by reason of infirmity,
(b) is guilty of misconduct,
(c) has failed in the due execution of the member’s office, or
(d) has been placed, by conduct or otherwise, in a position that is incompatible with the due execution of the member’s office,
the judge may, in the report of the inquiry, recommend that the member be suspended without pay or be removed from office or may recommend that such disciplinary or remedial measure as the judge considers necessary be taken.
Marginal note:Governor in Council may suspend or remove
(3) Where the Minister receives a report under subsection (1), the Minister shall send a copy of the report to the Governor in Council, who may suspend the member of the Board to whom the report relates without pay, remove the member from office or take any other disciplinary or remedial measure.
- 1995, c. 42, s. 59.
156. (1) The Governor in Council may make regulations providing for anything that by this Part is to be provided for by regulation and, generally, for carrying out the purposes and provisions of this Part.
(2) Regulations may be made pursuant to subsection (1) that are applicable
(a) in respect of offenders within the jurisdiction of a provincial parole board; and
(b) in respect of a specified class, or specified classes, of offenders.
(3) The Governor in Council may, by regulation, amend Schedule I or II.
(4) The Governor in Council may make regulations respecting the method of determining
(a) pursuant to sections 120 to 120.3, the period that an offender must serve before being eligible for parole;
(b) pursuant to section 127, the period that an offender must serve before being entitled to statutory release; and
(c) the manner in which subsection 139(1) applies in respect of sentences.
- 1992, c. 20, s. 156;
- 1995, c. 42, s. 60.
157. In this Part,
« commissaire »
“Commissioner” has the same meaning as in Part I;
« enquêteur correctionnel »
“Correctional Investigator” means the Correctional Investigator of Canada appointed pursuant to section 158;
« surveillance de longue durée »
“long-term supervision” has the same meaning as in Part I;
« ministre »
“Minister” has the same meaning as in Part I;
« délinquant »
“offender” has the same meaning as in Part II;
« libération conditionnelle »
“parole” has the same meaning as in Part II;
« pénitencier »
“penitentiary” has the same meaning as in Part I;
“provincial parole board”
« commission provinciale »
“provincial parole board” has the same meaning as in Part II.
« libération d’office »
“statutory release” has the same meaning as in Part II.
- 1992, c. 20, s. 157;
- 1997, c. 17, s. 36;
- 2005, c. 10, s. 17(F);
- 2012, c. 1, s. 102.
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