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Royal Canadian Mounted Police Superannuation Act

Version of section 29.4 from 2002-12-31 to 2019-06-20:


Marginal note:No more deposits if non-permitted surplus

  •  (1) If, following the laying before Parliament of any actuarial valuation report pursuant to section 30 that relates to the state of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Pension Fund, there is, in the President of the Treasury Board’s opinion, a non-permitted surplus in that Fund, no further amounts shall be deposited into the Fund under paragraph 29.2(3)(a) until the time that there is, in the President of the Treasury Board’s opinion, no longer a non-permitted surplus in the Fund.

  • Marginal note:When non-permitted surplus

    (2) If, following the laying before Parliament of any actuarial valuation report pursuant to section 30 that relates to the state of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Pension Fund, there is, in the President of the Treasury Board’s opinion, a non-permitted surplus in that Fund,

    • (a) the contributions payable under section 5 may be reduced in the manner, at the times and for the period that the Treasury Board determines, on the recommendation of the President of the Treasury Board after consultation with the Minister; or

    • (b) there may be paid out of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Pension Fund, and into the Consolidated Revenue Fund, the amount, at the time and in the manner, that the Treasury Board determines on the recommendation of the President of the Treasury Board after consultation with the Minister.

  • Marginal note:Recommendation of President of the Treasury Board

    (3) The President of the Treasury Board shall only make the recommendation referred to in paragraph (2)(b) after estimating, based on the report, that the amount that will be to the credit of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Pension Fund at the end of the fifteenth fiscal year of that report or at the end of the shorter period that the President of the Treasury Board may determine, will not be less than the total of

    • (a) the amount that will be required in order to meet the cost of the benefits payable under this Part and Part III in respect of pensionable service that comes to the credit of contributors on or after April 1, 2000, and

    • (b) the amount of any surplus in the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Pension Fund that does not constitute a non-permitted surplus.

  • Marginal note:When surplus is not non-permitted surplus

    (4) If, following the laying before Parliament of an actuarial valuation report pursuant to section 30 that relates to the state of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Pension Fund, there is, in the opinion of the President of the Treasury Board, a surplus that is not a non-permitted surplus in that Fund, the contributions payable under section 5 or paragraph 29.2(3)(a) may be reduced in the manner, at the times and for the period that the Treasury Board determines, on the recommendation of the President of the Treasury Board after consultation with the Minister.

  • Marginal note:Non-permitted surplus

    (5) For the purposes of this section, a non-permitted surplus exists when the amount by which assets exceed liabilities in the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Pension Fund, as determined by the actuarial valuation report referred to in section 30 or one requested by the President of the Treasury Board, is greater than the lesser of

    • (a) twenty per cent of the amount of liabilities in respect of contributors, as determined in that report, and

    • (b) the greater of

      • (i) twice the estimated amount, for the calendar year following the date of that report, of the total of

        • (A) the current service contributions that would be required of contributors, and

        • (B) the amounts that would be determined under paragraph 29.2(3)(a), and

      • (ii) the amount that would be determined under paragraph (a) if the reference in that paragraph to “twenty per cent” were read as a reference to “ten per cent”.

  • Marginal note:When reduction in contributions

    (6) For greater certainty, a reduction in contributions under paragraph (2)(a) or subsection (4) is not to be considered as changing the contribution rate that applied before the reduction in contributions.

  • 1999, c. 34, s. 199
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