Jobs and Growth Act, 2012 (S.C. 2012, c. 31)

Assented to 2012-12-14

 Subsection 84(1) of the Act is amended by striking out “or” at the end of paragraph (e) and by adding the following after paragraph (f):

  • (g) whether a penalty should be imposed under this Part, or

  • (h) the amount of that penalty,

Marginal note:R.S., c. 30 (2nd Supp.), s. 58

 Subsection 115(2) of the Act is replaced by the following:

  • Marginal note:Report when certain Bills introduced

    (2) In addition to any report required under subsection (1) and in accordance with a request of the Minister of Finance, whenever any Bill is introduced in the House of Commons to amend this Act in a manner that would in the opinion of the Chief Actuary materially affect any of the estimates contained in the most recent report made under that subsection, the Chief Actuary shall prepare a report as set out in subsection (3).

  • Marginal note:Contents of report

    (3) A report that is prepared under subsection (2) in respect of a Bill shall set out the extent to which the Bill would, if enacted by Parliament, materially affect any of the estimates contained in the most recent report made under subsection (1), using the same actuarial assumptions and basis that were used in that report and using, in addition, other actuarial assumptions and another basis if the Chief Actuary is of the opinion that these other actuarial assumptions and the other basis more accurately reflect a change in demographic or economic circumstances since the most recent report made under subsection (1) was prepared.

2005, c. 34Related Amendment to the Department of Human Resources and Skills Development Act

 Subsection 64(2) of the Department of Human Resources and Skills Development Act is amended by striking out “and” at the end of paragraph (b), by adding “and” at the end of paragraph (c) and by adding the following after paragraph (c):

  • (d) whether a penalty should be imposed under Part II of that Act or its amount.

Coming into Force

Marginal note:Subsection 114(2) of Canada Pension Plan does not apply
  •  (1) Subsection 114(2) of the Canada Pension Plan does not apply in respect of the amendments to that Act contained in this Division.

  • Marginal note:Order in council

    (2) Sections 195 and 196 come into force, in accordance with subsection 114(4) of the Canada Pension Plan, on a day or days to be fixed by order of the Governor in Council.

Division 8R.S., c. I-5Indian Act

Amendments to the Act

Marginal note:R.S., c. 17 (4th Supp.), s. 2

 Subsection 37(2) of the Indian Act is replaced by the following:

  • Marginal note:Other transactions

    (2) Except where this Act otherwise provides, lands in a reserve shall not be leased nor an interest in them granted until they have been designated under subsection 38(2) by the band for whose use and benefit in common the reserve was set apart.

Marginal note:R.S., c. 17 (4th Supp.), s. 3
  •  (1) The portion of subsection 39(1) of the Act before paragraph (a) is replaced by the following:

    Marginal note:Conditions — surrender
    • 39. (1) An absolute surrender is void unless

  • Marginal note:R.S., c. 17 (4th Supp.), s. 3

    (2) Subparagraph 39(1)(b)(ii) of the Act is replaced by the following:

    • (ii) at a special meeting of the band called by the Minister for the purpose of considering a proposed absolute surrender, or

  • Marginal note:R.S., c. 17 (4th Supp.), s. 3

    (3) Subsections 39(2) and (3) of the Act are replaced by the following:

    • Marginal note:Minister may call meeting or referendum

      (2) If a majority of the electors of a band did not vote at a meeting or referendum called under subsection (1), the Minister may, if the proposed absolute surrender was assented to by a majority of the electors who did vote, call another meeting by giving 30 days’ notice of that other meeting or another referendum as provided in the regulations.

    • Marginal note:Assent of band

      (3) If a meeting or referendum is called under subsection (2) and the proposed absolute surrender is assented to at the meeting or referendum by a majority of the electors voting, the surrender is deemed, for the purposes of this section, to have been assented to by a majority of the electors of the band.

Marginal note:R.S., c. 17 (4th Supp.), s. 4

 Section 40 of the Act is replaced by the following:

Marginal note:Conditions — designation

39.1 A designation is valid if it is made to Her Majesty, is assented to by a majority of the electors of the band voting at a referendum held in accordance with the regulations, is recommended to the Minister by the council of the band and is accepted by the Minister.

Marginal note:Certification — surrender

40. A proposed absolute surrender that is assented to by the band in accordance with section 39 shall be certified on oath by the superintendent or other officer who attended the meeting and by the chief or a member of the council of the band and then submitted to the Governor in Council for acceptance or refusal.

Marginal note:Certification — designation
  • 40.1 (1) A proposed designation that is assented to in accordance with section 39.1 shall be certified on oath by an officer of the Department and by the chief or a member of the council of the band.

  • Marginal note:Ministerial decision

    (2) On the recommendation of the council of the band, the proposed designation shall be submitted to the Minister who may accept or reject it.

Coming into Force

Marginal note:Order in council

 This Division comes into force on a day to be fixed by order of the Governor in Council.

Division 9R.S., c. J-1Judges Act

Marginal note:1999, c. 3, s. 72; 2006, c. 11, ss. 1 and 2; 2011, c. 24, s. 170

 Sections 9 to 22 of the Judges Act are replaced by the following:

Marginal note:Supreme Court of Canada

9. The yearly salaries of the judges of the Supreme Court of Canada are as follows:

  • (a) the Chief Justice of Canada, $370,300; and

  • (b) the eight puisne judges, $342,800 each.

Marginal note:Federal Courts

10. The yearly salaries of the judges of the Federal Courts are as follows:

  • (a) the Chief Justice of the Federal Court of Appeal, $315,900;

  • (b) the other judges of the Federal Court of Appeal, $288,100 each;

  • (c) the Chief Justice of the Federal Court, $315,900; and

  • (d) the other judges of the Federal Court, $288,100 each.

Marginal note:Tax Court of Canada

11. The yearly salaries of the judges of the Tax Court of Canada are as follows:

  • (a) the Chief Justice, $315,900;

  • (b) the Associate Chief Justice, $315,900; and

  • (c) the other judges, $288,100 each.

Marginal note:Court of Appeal for Ontario and Superior Court of Justice

12. The yearly salaries of the judges of the Court of Appeal for Ontario and of the Superior Court of Justice in and for the Province of Ontario are as follows:

  • (a) the Chief Justice and the Associate Chief Justice of Ontario, $315,900 each;

  • (b) the 14 Justices of Appeal, $288,100 each;

  • (c) the Chief Justice and the Associate Chief Justice of the Superior Court of Justice, $315,900 each; and

  • (d) the 192 other judges of the Superior Court of Justice, $288,100 each.

Marginal note:Court of Appeal and Superior Court of Quebec

13. The yearly salaries of the judges of the Court of Appeal and of the Superior Court in and for the Province of Quebec are as follows:

  • (a) the Chief Justice of Quebec, $315,900;

  • (b) the 18 puisne judges of the Court of Appeal, $288,100 each;

  • (c) the Chief Justice, the Senior Associate Chief Justice and the Associate Chief Justice of the Superior Court, $315,900 each; and

  • (d) the 140 puisne judges of the Superior Court, $288,100 each.

Marginal note:Court of Appeal and Supreme Court of Nova Scotia

14. The yearly salaries of the judges of the Nova Scotia Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia are as follows:

  • (a) the Chief Justice of Nova Scotia, $315,900;

  • (b) the seven other judges of the Court of Appeal, $288,100 each;

  • (c) the Chief Justice and the Associate Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, $315,900 each; and

  • (d) the 23 other judges of the Supreme Court, $288,100 each.

Marginal note:Court of Appeal and Court of Queen’s Bench of New Brunswick

15. The yearly salaries of the judges of the Court of Appeal of New Brunswick and of the Court of Queen’s Bench of New Brunswick are as follows:

  • (a) the Chief Justice of New Brunswick, $315,900;

  • (b) the five other judges of the Court of Appeal, $288,100 each;

  • (c) the Chief Justice of the Court of Queen’s Bench, $315,900; and

  • (d) the 21 other judges of the Court of Queen’s Bench, $288,100 each.

Marginal note:Court of Appeal and Court of Queen’s Bench for Manitoba

16. The yearly salaries of the judges of the Court of Appeal for Manitoba and of Her Majesty’s Court of Queen’s Bench for Manitoba are as follows:

  • (a) the Chief Justice of Manitoba, $315,900;

  • (b) the six Judges of Appeal, $288,100 each;

  • (c) the Chief Justice, the Senior Associate Chief Justice and the Associate Chief Justice of the Court of Queen’s Bench, $315,900 each; and

  • (d) the 31 puisne judges of the Court of Queen’s Bench, $288,100 each.

Marginal note:Court of Appeal and Supreme Court of British Columbia

17. The yearly salaries of the judges of the Court of Appeal for British Columbia and of the Supreme Court of British Columbia are as follows:

  • (a) the Chief Justice of British Columbia, $315,900;

  • (b) the 12 Justices of Appeal, $288,100 each;

  • (c) the Chief Justice and the Associate Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, $315,900 each; and

  • (d) the 81 other judges of the Supreme Court, $288,100 each.

Marginal note:Supreme Court of Prince Edward Island

18. The yearly salaries of the judges of the Supreme Court of Prince Edward Island are as follows:

  • (a) the Chief Justice of Prince Edward Island, $315,900;

  • (b) the two other judges of the Appeal Division, $288,100 each;

  • (c) the Chief Justice of the Trial Division, $315,900; and

  • (d) the three other judges of the Trial Division, $288,100 each.

Marginal note:Court of Appeal and Court of Queen’s Bench for Saskatchewan

19. The yearly salaries of the judges of the Court of Appeal for Saskatchewan and of Her Majesty’s Court of Queen’s Bench for Saskatchewan are as follows:

  • (a) the Chief Justice of Saskatchewan, $315,900;

  • (b) the six Judges of Appeal, $288,100 each;

  • (c) the Chief Justice of the Court of Queen’s Bench, $315,900; and

  • (d) the 29 other judges of the Court of Queen’s Bench, $288,100 each.

Marginal note:Court of Appeal and Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta

20. The yearly salaries of the judges of the Court of Appeal of Alberta and of the Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta are as follows:

  • (a) the Chief Justice of Alberta, $315,900;

  • (b) the 10 Justices of Appeal, $288,100 each;

  • (c) the Chief Justice and the Associate Chief Justice of the Court of Queen’s Bench, $315,900 each; and

  • (d) the 55 other Justices of the Court of Queen’s Bench, $288,100 each.

Marginal note:Supreme Court of Newfoundland and Labrador

21. The yearly salaries of the judges of the Supreme Court of Newfoundland and Labrador are as follows:

  • (a) the Chief Justice of Newfoundland and Labrador, $315,900;

  • (b) the five Judges of Appeal, $288,100 each;

  • (c) the Chief Justice of the Trial Division, $315,900; and

  • (d) the 18 other judges of the Trial Division, $288,100 each.

Marginal note:Supreme Court of Yukon
  • 22. (1) The yearly salaries of the judges of the Supreme Court of Yukon are as follows:

    • (a) the senior judge, $315,900; and

    • (b) the other judge, $288,100.

  • Marginal note:Supreme Court of the Northwest Territories

    (2) The yearly salaries of the judges of the Supreme Court of the Northwest Territories are as follows:

    • (a) the senior judge, $315,900; and

    • (b) the two other judges, $288,100 each.

  • Marginal note:Nunavut Court of Justice

    (2.1) The yearly salaries of the judges of the Nunavut Court of Justice are as follows:

    • (a) the senior judge, $315,900; and

    • (b) the four other judges, $288,100 each.

  • Definition of “senior judge”

    (3) In this section, “senior judge” means the judge with the earliest date of appointment to the court in question who has not made an election under subsection 29(1) or 32.1(1) or, in the case of more than one such judge having been appointed on the same day, the judge that the Governor in Council may designate as the senior judge.

 
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