Canada Labour Code

Version of section 209.4 from 2012-12-14 to 2014-10-11:


Marginal note:Regulations

 The Governor in Council may make regulations

  • (a) specifying the absences from employment that are deemed not to have interrupted continuous employment referred to in sections 206, 206.1, 206.4 and 206.5;

  • (a.1) prescribing classes of persons for the purposes of paragraph (d) of the definition family member in subsection 206.3(1);

  • (b) specifying what does, or does not, constitute an essential function of a job referred to in section 208;

  • (c) specifying what does not constitute a valid reason for not reinstating an employee in the position referred to in subsection 209.1(2);

  • (d) enlarging the meaning of critically ill child in subsection 206.4(1) and prescribing other persons to be included in the meanings of parent and specialist medical doctor in that subsection;

  • (e) defining or determining what constitutes a same event in subsections 206.4(5) and (6);

  • (f) prescribing offences to be excluded from the definition of crime in subsection 206.5(1) and prescribing other persons to be included in the definition of parent in that subsection;

  • (g) prescribing periods of consecutive months of continuous employment that are shorter than six months for the purposes of subsections 206.4(2) and 206.5(2) and (3);

  • (h) prescribing cases, other than those set out in subsection 206.5(4), in which an employee is not entitled to a leave of absence and cases in which an employee is entitled to a leave of absence even if they are charged with the crime;

  • (i) prescribing documentation that the employer may require under subsection 207.3(4);

  • (j) specifying the circumstances in which a leave under this Division may be interrupted; and

  • (k) extending the period within which a leave under this Division may be taken.

  • R.S., 1985, c. 9 (1st Supp.), s. 10
  • 1993, c. 42, s. 31
  • 2003, c. 15, s. 29
  • 2012, c. 27, s. 10
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