Public Service Superannuation Regulations (C.R.C., c. 1358)

Regulations are current to 2014-07-22 and last amended on 2010-08-03. Previous Versions

Contributions for Leave Without Pay

  •  (1) Subject to subsection 5.3(2) of the Act, a contributor employed in operational service who is absent on leave without pay shall contribute to the Superannuation Account, in addition to any amount the contributor is required to contribute under section 7,

    • (a) in the case of leave under the circumstances described in paragraph 7(1)(a) or subsection 7(2) or (3), an amount equal to the amount of contributions he would have been required to pay under section 19 of the Act had he not been so absent; and

    • (b) in any other case, an amount equal to twice the amount of contributions he would have been required to pay under section 19 of the Act had he not been so absent.

  • (2) The contributions required to be paid under subsection (1) shall be paid at the same time and in the same manner as the contributions required to be paid under section 7 and section 7 applies as though the contributions required to be paid under subsection (1) were paid under section 7.

  • (3) Notwithstanding subsection (2), the contributions required to be paid under subsection (1) by a contributor employed in operational service to whom subsection 7.2(2) or section 7.3 applies shall be paid at the same time and in the same manner as the contributions required to be paid under subsection 7.2(2) or section 7.3, whichever is applicable.

  • (4) Where any amount payable by a contributor under this section is unpaid at the time he ceases to be employed in the Public Service, that amount shall be paid at the same time and in the same manner as described in subsection 7.2(4).

  • SOR/81-866, s. 2;
  • SOR/93-450, ss. 10, 11(F), 12.

Employment Ceasing Otherwise than Voluntarily

 For the purposes of section 12.13 of the Act, a contributor is considered to have ceased otherwise than voluntarily to be employed in operational service on certification by the deputy head of the Department of Transport that

  • (a) the employee is unable to meet the medical requirements for validation of his Air Traffic Controller Licence or letter of authority issued by the Department of Transport;

  • (b) the employee is unable to maintain the required level of technical proficiency; or

  • (c) removal of the employee from operational service is necessary for the preservation of his physical or mental health.

  • SOR/81-866, s. 2.

CORRECTIONAL SERVICE OF CANADA

Operational Service

 The following are designated as operational service for the purposes of the definition “operational service” in section 24.1 of the Act and of sections 54, 57 and 58:

  • (a) any service by a person who is employed by the Correctional Service of Canada and whose principal place of work is other than

    • (i) the national headquarters or a regional headquarters of the Correctional Service of Canada,

    • (ii) the offices of the Commissioner of the Correctional Service of Canada, or

    • (iii) a Regional Staff College of the Correctional Service of Canada or any other institution that provides training to Correctional Service of Canada employees similar to that provided by a Regional Staff College;

  • (b) any period of temporary absence of less than six months during which the person is employed in the public service other than in the Correctional Service of Canada, at the end of which the person returns to the service referred to in paragraph (a); and

  • (c) any period of temporary absence of two years or less during which the person is not employed in the service referred to in paragraph (a) but remains employed by the Correctional Service of Canada.

  • SOR/94-259, s. 1;
  • SOR/2007-106, s. 1.