Canada Labour Code (R.S.C., 1985, c. L-2)

Act current to 2014-10-27 and last amended on 2014-10-12. Previous Versions

Marginal note:Cooperation with Commission
  •  (1) An employer who gives notice to the Minister under section 212 and any trade union to which a copy of that notice is given shall give the Canada Employment Insurance Commission any information requested by it for the purpose of assisting any redundant employee and shall cooperate with the Commission to facilitate the re-establishment in employment of that employee.

  • Marginal note:Statement of benefits

    (2) An employer who gives notice to the Minister under section 212 shall give each redundant employee, as soon as possible after the notice is so given but in any case not later than two weeks before the date of the termination of the employment of the employee, a statement in writing setting out, as at that date, his vacation benefits, wages, severance pay and any other benefits and pay arising from his employment with that employer.

  • R.S., 1985, c. L-2, s. 213;
  • 1996, c. 11, s. 99.
Marginal note:Establishment of joint planning committee
  •  (1) An employer who gives notice to the Minister under section 212 shall forthwith thereafter establish a joint planning committee consisting of such number of members as is required or permitted by this section and sections 215 and 217.

  • Marginal note:Minimum number of members

    (2) A joint planning committee established under subsection (1) shall consist of at least four members.

  • Marginal note:Appointment of members

    (3) At least half of the members of a joint planning committee shall be appointed, in accordance with subsections 215(1), (2) and (3), as representatives of the redundant employees and the rest of the members shall be appointed, in accordance with subsection 215(5), as representatives of the employer.

  • 1980-81-82-83, c. 89, s. 32.
Marginal note:Employee representatives
  •  (1) Where all redundant employees are represented by a trade union or trade unions, each trade union is entitled to appoint at least one member of the joint planning committee as a representative of the redundant employees it represents.

  • Marginal note:Idem

    (2) Where no redundant employees are represented by a trade union, the employees are entitled to appoint all the members of a joint planning committee who are to be their representatives.

  • Marginal note:Idem

    (3) Where some but not all redundant employees are represented by a trade union or trade unions,

    • (a) each trade union is entitled to appoint at least one member of a joint planning committee as a representative of the redundant employees it represents; and

    • (b) the employees that are not represented by a trade union are entitled to appoint at least one member of a joint planning committee as their representative.

  • Marginal note:Election

    (4) Each person appointed as a member of a joint planning committee pursuant to subsection (2) or paragraph (3)(b) shall be elected by the redundant employees entitled to appoint the member.

  • Marginal note:Employer representatives

    (5) An employer is entitled to appoint, as his representatives on a joint planning committee, a number of members not exceeding the number of members to be appointed to the committee pursuant to subsections (1), (2) and (3).

  • 1980-81-82-83, c. 89, s. 32.