Marginal note:Procedures for dealing with complaints
44.1 (1) If one or more police constables are appointed with respect to a railway company, the railway company must
(a) establish procedures for dealing with complaints concerning police constables;
(b) designate one or more persons to be responsible for implementing the procedures; and
(c) designate one or more persons to receive and deal with the complaints.
Marginal note:Procedures to be filed with Minister
(2) The railway company must file with the Minister a copy of its procedures for dealing with complaints and must implement any recommendations made by the Minister, including recommendations concerning how the procedures are to be made public.
- 2007, c. 19, s. 54.
Exercise of Powers
Marginal note:Exercise of powers
45. The Minister may, in writing, authorize any person designated by the Minister to exercise any of the Minister’s powers and duties under this Act, either generally or as otherwise provided in the instrument of authorization.
Statutory Instruments Act
Marginal note:Ministerial orders, etc., not statutory instruments
(a) orders made by the Minister under subsection 7(2) or 19(1);
(b) standards, rules or notices of approval made, filed or sent under subsection 7(2) or (2.1) or section 19 or 20;
(c) notices of exemption under subsection 22(2);
(d) orders and notices sent under sections 31 to 32.5;
(e) emergency directives made by the Minister under section 33; or
(f) security measures formulated under subsection 39.1(1).
- R.S., 1985, c. 32 (4th Supp.), s. 46;
- 1999, c. 9, s. 33;
- 2001, c. 29, s. 70.
47. Except with respect to any matter that is to be prescribed under this Act by regulations of the Agency, the Governor in Council may make regulations prescribing anything that by this Act is to be prescribed, and generally for carrying out the purposes and provisions of this Act, and, without limiting the generality of the foregoing, may make regulations
(a) respecting the time and manner of giving notice of proposed railway works under subsection 8(1), the form and content of such a notice, and the persons to whom the notice is to be given;
(b) respecting the classification of statements obtained in the course of inquiries held under section 40 as privileged statements, and respecting the communication of statements so classified;
(c) respecting the tariff of fees and expenses to be paid to any witness attending at an inquiry held under section 40 and the conditions under which a fee or expense may be paid to any such witness; and
(d) respecting the procedures and rules of evidence to be followed in conducting inquiries held under section 40.
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