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Salaries Act (R.S.C., 1985, c. S-3)

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Act current to 2023-10-31 and last amended on 2019-07-15. Previous Versions

RELATED PROVISIONS

  • — R.S., 1985, c. 50 (1st Supp.), ss. 8(1) and (2)

    • Where person ceased to hold office between April 1, 1985 and date of Royal Assent to this Act
      • 8 (1) For greater certainty, where a person ceased to hold office as lieutenant governor or as judge in the period commencing on April 1, 1985 and ending on the day preceding the day on which this Act is assented to,

        • (a) that person shall be paid the retroactive salary increment resulting from section 3 or 4 in respect of the period commencing on April 1, 1985 and ending on the day on which the person ceased to hold office;

        • (b) in the case of a lieutenant governor, any retroactive salary increment paid to the lieutenant governor pursuant to paragraph (a) shall, for the purposes of subsection 3(2) of the Lieutenant Governors Superannuation Act, be deemed to have been received by that person during the person’s term of office; and

        • (c) in the case of a judge, any annuity granted to or in respect of that judge is increased, as of the day it was granted, to reflect the higher salary annexed to the office held by the judge on the day on which the judge ceased to hold office.

      • Where person deceased

        (2) Where a person to whom a retroactive salary increment or a retroactive pension or annuity increment would be payable as a result of subsection (1) is deceased, that retroactive increment shall be paid as a death benefit to that person’s estate or, if less than one thousand dollars, as may be directed by the Secretary of State of Canada (in the case of a lieutenant governor) or the Minister of Justice (in the case of a judge).

  • — 2001, c. 20, s. 30

    • Amendments apply to members who make an election and to future members
      • Footnote *30 (1) The provisions of the Parliament of Canada Act, the Members of Parliament Retiring Allowances Act and the Salaries Act, as amended by this Act, apply

        • (a) to any member of the Senate or the House of Commons who files an election in writing with the Clerk of that House, within 90 days after the day on which this section comes into force, to have them apply to the member; and

        • (b) to any person who becomes a member of the Senate or the House of Commons after the day on which this section comes into force.

      • Failure to elect

        Footnote *(2) The provisions amended or repealed by this Act, other than paragraph 80(1)(a) of the Parliament of Canada Act as enacted by section 13, apply to any member who fails to make an election under paragraph (1)(a) as they read immediately before the day on which this section comes into force.

      • Deemed election

        (3) A member who dies before making an election under paragraph (1)(a) is deemed to have elected immediately before the member’s death to have the provisions referred to in subsection (1) apply to the member.

      • Election irrevocable

        (4) An election under paragraph (1)(a) is irrevocable.

  • — 2018, c. 18, s. 4

    • Transfer of powers, duties or functions

      4 If, under any Act of Parliament, any instrument made under an Act of Parliament or any order, contract, lease, licence or other document, any power, duty or function is vested in or may be exercised or performed by the Minister of Infrastructure, Communities and Intergovernmental Affairs, that power, duty or function is vested in or may be exercised or performed by the Minister of Infrastructure and Communities.

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