R-24.0.1, r. 1 - Regulation respecting the preventive withdrawal of certain home childcare providers

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34. The Minister or the home childcare provider who believes she has been wronged by a decision rendered by the Commission under this Regulation may apply to the Commission to review its decision, except in the case of a refusal to reconsider a decision provided for in section 36.
The application for a review must briefly set forth the grounds on which it is based and be made in writing within 30 days of notification of the contested decision, unless it is a decision pertaining to the home childcare provider’s eligibility for preventive withdrawal, in which case the time limit is 10 days.
After giving the parties an opportunity to present observations, the Commission makes a decision on the basis of the record; it may confirm, quash or amend the decision and, if appropriate, make the decision that should, in its opinion, have been made initially.
A decision of the Commission must be in writing, give the reasons on which it is based, be notified to the parties, and state their right to contest the decision before the Administrative Labour Tribunal and the time limit for doing so.
865-2019O.C. 865-2019, s. 34.
In force: 2019-09-19
34. The Minister or the home childcare provider who believes she has been wronged by a decision rendered by the Commission under this Regulation may apply to the Commission to review its decision, except in the case of a refusal to reconsider a decision provided for in section 36.
The application for a review must briefly set forth the grounds on which it is based and be made in writing within 30 days of notification of the contested decision, unless it is a decision pertaining to the home childcare provider’s eligibility for preventive withdrawal, in which case the time limit is 10 days.
After giving the parties an opportunity to present observations, the Commission makes a decision on the basis of the record; it may confirm, quash or amend the decision and, if appropriate, make the decision that should, in its opinion, have been made initially.
A decision of the Commission must be in writing, give the reasons on which it is based, be notified to the parties, and state their right to contest the decision before the Administrative Labour Tribunal and the time limit for doing so.
865-2019O.C. 865-2019, s. 34.