Parliament of Canada Act (R.S.C., 1985, c. P-1)

Act current to 2014-12-08 and last amended on 2013-12-12. Previous Versions

Salaries and Additional Allowances of Members From April 1, 2004

Marginal note:Presiding officers — fiscal year 2004-2005
  •  (1) Despite section 60, for the fiscal year commencing on April 1, 2004 there shall be paid to the following members of the Senate and the House of Commons the following annual salaries:

    • (a) the Speaker of the Senate, $49,600;

    • (b) the member of the Senate occupying the recognized position of Speaker pro tempore of the Senate, $20,600;

    • (c) the Speaker of the House of Commons, $67,800;

    • (d) the Deputy Speaker of the House of Commons, $35,300;

    • (e) the Deputy Chair of the Committee of the Whole House of Commons, $14,300;

    • (f) the Assistant Deputy Chair of the Committee of the Whole House of Commons, $14,300;

    • (g) the member — unless he or she receives a salary under the Salaries Act — occupying the position of Chair of a Standing or Special Committee of the Senate or House of Commons or a Standing or Special Joint Committee, other than the Liaison Committee of the House of Commons and the Standing Joint Committee on the Library of Parliament, $10,100; and

    • (h) the member — unless he or she receives a salary under the Salaries Act — occupying the position of Vice-Chair of a Standing or Special Committee of the Senate or House of Commons or a Standing or Special Joint Committee, other than the Liaison Committee of the House of Commons and the Standing Joint Committee on the Library of Parliament, $5,200.

  • Marginal note:Subsequent fiscal years

    (2) Despite section 60, the annual salary that shall be paid for each fiscal year subsequent to March 31, 2005 to a member of the Senate or the House of Commons referred to in subsection (1) is the annual salary for the previous fiscal year plus the amount obtained by multiplying that annual salary by the index described in section 67.1 for the previous calendar year.

  • 2005, c. 16, s. 6.
Marginal note:Parliamentary Secretaries — fiscal year 2004-2005
  •  (1) Despite section 61, for the fiscal year commencing on April 1, 2004 a Parliamentary Secretary shall be paid an annual salary of $14,300.

  • Marginal note:Subsequent fiscal years

    (2) Despite section 61, the annual salary that shall be paid for each fiscal year subsequent to March 31, 2005 to a Parliamentary Secretary is the annual salary for the previous fiscal year plus the amount obtained by multiplying that annual salary by the index described in section 67.1 for the previous calendar year.

  • 2005, c. 16, s. 6.
Marginal note:Other members of Parliament — fiscal year 2004-2005
  •  (1) Despite section 62, for the fiscal year commencing on April 1, 2004 there shall be paid to the following members of the Senate or the House of Commons the following additional annual allowances:

    • (a) the member of the Senate occupying the position of Leader of the Government in the Senate, unless the member is in receipt of a salary under the Salaries Act, $67,800;

    • (b) the member of the Senate occupying the position of Leader of the Opposition in the Senate, $32,400;

    • (c) the member of the Senate occupying the position of Deputy Leader of the Government in the Senate, $32,400;

    • (d) the member of the Senate occupying the position of Deputy Leader of the Opposition in the Senate, $20,600;

    • (e) the member of the Senate occupying the position of Government Whip in the Senate, $10,100;

    • (f) the member of the Senate occupying the position of Opposition Whip in the Senate, $6,100;

    • (f.1) the member of the Senate occupying the position of Deputy Government Whip in the Senate, $5,200;

    • (f.2) the member of the Senate occupying the position of Deputy Opposition Whip in the Senate, $3,100;

    • (f.3) the member of the Senate occupying the position of Chair of the Caucus of the Government in the Senate, $6,100;

    • (f.4) the member of the Senate occupying the position of Chair of the Caucus of the Opposition in the Senate, $5,200;

    • (g) the member occupying the position of Leader of the Opposition in the House of Commons, $67,800;

    • (h) each member of the House of Commons, other than the Prime Minister or the member occupying the position of Leader of the Opposition in the House of Commons, who is the leader of a party that has a recognized membership of twelve or more persons in the House, $48,300;

    • (i) each of the members occupying the positions of Chief Government Whip and Chief Opposition Whip in the House of Commons, $25,600;

    • (j) each of the members occupying the positions of Deputy Government Whip and Deputy Opposition Whip and the position of Whip of a party that has a recognized membership of twelve or more persons in the House of Commons, $10,100;

    • (j.1) the member occupying the position of Deputy Whip of a party that has a recognized membership of twelve or more persons in the House of Commons, $5,200;

    • (k) the member occupying the position of Opposition House Leader in the House of Commons, $35,300;

    • (k.1) the member occupying the position of Deputy House Leader of the Government in the House of Commons, unless the member is in receipt of a salary under the Salaries Act or section 62.2 of this Act, $14,300;

    • (k.2) the member occupying the position of Deputy House Leader of the Opposition in the House of Commons, $14,300;

    • (l) the member occupying the position of House Leader of a party that has a recognized membership of twelve or more persons in the House of Commons, $14,300;

    • (m) the member occupying the position of Deputy House Leader of a party that has a recognized membership of twelve or more persons in the House of Commons, $5,200;

    • (n) each of the members occupying the positions of Chair of the Caucus of the Government and Chair of the Caucus of the Opposition in the House of Commons, $10,100; and

    • (o) the member occupying the position of Chair of the Caucus of a party that has a recognized membership of twelve or more persons in the House of Commons, $5,200.

  • Marginal note:Subsequent fiscal years

    (2) Despite section 62, the additional annual allowance that shall be paid for each fiscal year subsequent to March 31, 2005 to a member of the Senate or the House of Commons referred to in subsection (1) is the additional annual allowance for the previous fiscal year plus the amount obtained by multiplying that additional annual allowance by the index described in section 67.1 for the previous calendar year.

  • 2005, c. 16, s. 6.