16. [Repealed, SOR/97-314, s. 1]
17. The quarterly index of all documents, other than regulations, that have been published in the Canada Gazette shall contain in alphabetical order the name of each Act of Parliament under or in relation to which each such document has been issued, made or established, specifying with respect to each such document the issue of the Canada Gazette in which it may be found.
18. Where a regulation that is required to be contained in the quarterly consolidated index of regulations is exempt from publication and exempt from registration, the regulation-making authority shall, within seven days following the last day of each month, cause to be forwarded in writing to the Clerk of the Privy Council such of the following information as the Clerk of the Privy Council may require:
(a) the name of the regulation that is so exempt;
(b) the statutory or other authority pursuant to which the regulation was made;
(c) the date upon which the regulation and any amendment thereto was made; and
(d) the place where the regulation and any amendment thereto may be inspected and a copy thereof obtained.
- 2015, c. 33, s. 4(F).
19. [Repealed, SOR/2013-85, s. 1]
20. [Repealed, SOR/2013-85, s. 1]
INSPECTION AND OBTAINING OF COPIES
21. Where any person requests that a statutory instrument be produced for inspection or that a copy of a statutory instrument be provided to the person, the person shall pay the applicable fee determined in accordance with Schedule III.
- SOR/93-245, s. 8.
WHERE RIGHT TO INSPECT AND OBTAIN COPIES PRECLUDED
22. (1) The inspection of and the obtaining of copies of regulations and classes of regulations that are exempt from publication pursuant to subsection 15(3) are hereby precluded.
(2) The inspection of and the obtaining of copies of the following statutory instruments and classes of statutory instruments, being statutory instruments or classes of statutory instruments the inspection of which and the obtaining of copies of which the Governor in Council is satisfied could reasonably be expected to be injurious to the conduct by the Government of Canada of federal-provincial affairs or the conduct of international affairs, the defence of Canada or any state allied or associated with Canada, as defined in subsection 15(2) of the Access to Information Act, or the detection, prevention or suppression of subversive or hostile activities, as defined in subsection 15(2) of the Access to Information Act, are hereby precluded:
(a) statutory instruments, other than regulations, that bear a security classification and contain information in respect of
(i) the location or movement of military or civilian personnel of the Department of National Defence,
(ii) the administration or training of the Canadian Forces,
(iii) tactical or strategic operations or operational plans of the Canadian Forces,
(iv) the function of any unit or other element of the Canadian Forces, or
(v) materiel as defined in the National Defence Act including any article or object being designed, developed or produced with the intention that it will become materiel;
(b) statutory instruments, other than regulations, that bear a national or international security classification and relate to Canada’s role in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization or to any international agreement, one of the purposes of which is to provide for the defence of Canada or the detection, prevention or suppression of subversive or hostile activities, as defined in subsection 15(2) of the Access to Information Act;
(c) certificates of citizenship granted or issued by the Secretary of State of Canada under the Citizenship Act; and
(d) [Repealed, 2001, c. 41, s. 42]
(e) statutory instruments, other than regulations, the disclosure of which would reveal the location or movement of any explosive or the location of any manufacturer of explosives.
(f) [Repealed, SOR/94-479, s. 4]
(3) The inspection of and the obtaining of copies of the following statutory instruments and classes of statutory instruments, being statutory instruments or classes of statutory instruments the inspection of which or the making of copies of which is not otherwise provided for by law and in respect of which the Governor in Council is satisfied that the inspection or the making of copies thereof as provided for by the Act would, if it were not precluded by these Regulations, result or be likely to result in injustice or undue hardship to any person or body affected thereby or in serious and unwarranted detriment to any such person or body in the matter or conduct of that person’s or that body’s affairs, are hereby precluded:
(a) deportation orders, conditional deportation orders, departure notices, conditional departure notices, exclusion orders, conditional exclusion orders, rejection orders, detention orders and warrants for arrest issued or made under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act or under the authority of any immigration laws that were in force in Canada prior to April 10, 1978;
(b) parole certificates and mandatory supervision certificates issued under section 12 of the Parole Act and warrants issued under subsection 10(2), 16(1) or (2) or section 18 of that Act;
(c) warrants made or issued under Part I of the Corrections and Conditional Release Act whereby a person who has been sentenced or committed to a penitentiary is committed or transferred to any penitentiary in Canada;
(d) pardons granted by the Governor in Council under subsection 4(5) of the Criminal Records Act and any statutory instrument relating thereto;
(e) statutory instruments by which the salary or other remuneration of any person is fixed or approved by the Governor in Council except to the extent to which they provide for the fixing or approval thereof within a specified range;
(f) and (g) [Repealed, SOR/78-814, s. 4]
(h) interim prohibitory orders made under section 41 of the Canada Post Corporation Act if those orders have not been declared final;
(i) warrants and permits granted under subsection 22(1) of the Customs Act and permits or certificates given under section 104 of that Act;
(j) statutory instruments issued, made or established in the course of an inquiry under the Combines Investigation Act or an investigation ordered under section 114 of the Canada Corporations Act;
(k) directions issued or made by the Governor in Council following a recommendation made by the Employment Support Board under subsection 15(1) of the Employment Support Act; and
(l) remission orders made under section 115 of the Customs Tariff in respect of the remission of anti-dumping or countervailing duties levied under the Special Import Measures Act on any dumped or subsidized goods that are the subject of a report to the Minister of Finance under section 45 of the Special Import Measures Act where those orders contain information that is derived from information that is treated as confidential under section 49 of the Canadian International Trade Tribunal Act.
- SOR/78-814, s. 4;
- SOR/80-541, s. 1;
- SOR/85-855, s. 2;
- SOR/86-139, s. 2;
- SOR/90-657, s. 1;
- 1992, c. 20, s. 216;
- SOR/93-245, s. 10;
- SOR/94-479, s. 4;
- SOR/99-265, s. 2;
- 2001, c. 27, s. 273;
- c. 41, s. 42.
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