C-11.4 - Charter of Ville de Montréal, metropolis of Québec

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34.1. In addition to the powers that the city council may delegate to the executive committee under section 34, the following powers of the city council may be exercised by the executive committee:
(1)  awarding, after a call for tenders, any contract within the jurisdiction of the city council where the price does not exceed the amount made available to the executive committee for that purpose, except a contract for which only one conforming tender was received;
(2)  granting a subsidy or any other form of assistance the amount or value of which does not exceed $150,000;
(3)  acquisition and alienation of immovables the value of which is $150,000 or less;
(4)  in matters of expropriation,
(a)  the payment of the provisional indemnity;
(b)  the payment of the final indemnity or the acquisition by mutual agreement to the extent that the amount of the payment does not exceed the appropriations voted by the city council;
(c)   the making, following the expropriation order, of an act recognizing a servitude for the benefit of a public utility;
(5)  in matters of human resources management,
(a)  the negotiation of collective agreements except where matters referred to in section 49.2 are concerned;
(b)  the other powers except those provided for in the second paragraph of section 34 and in sections 47 to 49;
(6)  the power to sue and be sued;
(7)  in matters of financial management,
(a)  expenditure authorizations;
(b)   transfers of credits, with the exception of transfer of credits from the allotment of a borough council to another borough council or between the allotment of a borough council and the budget of an administrative unit under the authority of the city council; and
(c)  the amending of the budget of the city to take into account any unexpected sums received for the carrying out of work.
O.C. 1308-2001, s. 5; 2002, c. 37, s. 43; 2003, c. 28, s. 10; 2005, c. 28, s. 196; 2005, c. 6, s. 154; 2009, c. 26, s. 109; 2016, c. 172016, c. 17, s. 7; 2017, c. 162017, c. 16, s. 4.
34.1. In addition to the powers that the city council may delegate to the executive committee under section 34, the following powers of the city council may be exercised by the executive committee:
(1)  awarding, after a call for tenders, any contract within the jurisdiction of the city council where the price does not exceed the amount made available to the executive committee for that purpose, except a contract for which only one conforming tender was received;
(2)  granting a subsidy referred to in the second paragraph of section 8 and sections 90 to 92 of the Municipal Powers Act (chapter C‐47.1) and the amount or value of which does not exceed $50,000;
(3)  acquisition and alienation of immovables the value of which is $25,000 or less;
(4)  in matters of expropriation,
(a)  the payment of the provisional indemnity;
(b)  the payment of the final indemnity or the acquisition by mutual agreement to the extent that the amount of the payment does not exceed the appropriations voted by the city council;
(c)   the making, following the expropriation order, of an act recognizing a servitude for the benefit of a public utility;
(5)  in matters of human resources management,
(a)  the negotiation of collective agreements except where matters referred to in section 49.2 are concerned;
(b)  the other powers except those provided for in the second paragraph of section 34 and in sections 47 to 49;
(6)  the power to sue and be sued;
(7)  in matters of financial management,
(a)  expenditure authorizations;
(b)   transfers of credits, with the exception of transfer of credits from the allotment of a borough council to another borough council or between the allotment of a borough council and the budget of an administrative unit under the authority of the city council; and
(c)  the amending of the budget of the city to take into account any unexpected sums received for the carrying out of work.
O.C. 1308-2001, s. 5; 2002, c. 37, s. 43; 2003, c. 28, s. 10; 2005, c. 28, s. 196; 2005, c. 6, s. 154; 2009, c. 26, s. 109; 2016, c. 172016, c. 17, s. 7.
34.1. In addition to the powers that the city council may delegate to the executive committee under section 34, the following powers of the city council may be exercised by the executive committee:
(1)  awarding, after a call for tenders, any contract within the jurisdiction of the city council where the price does not exceed the amount made available to the executive committee for that purpose, except a contract for which only one conforming tender was received;
(2)  granting a subsidy referred to in the second paragraph of section 8 and sections 90 to 92 of the Municipal Powers Act (chapter C‐47.1) and the amount or value of which does not exceed $50,000;
(3)  acquisition and alienation of immovables the value of which is $25,000 or less;
(4)  in matters of expropriation,
(a)  the payment of the provisional indemnity;
(b)  the payment of the final indemnity or the acquisition by mutual agreement to the extent that the amount of the payment does not exceed the appropriations voted by the city council;
(c)   the making, following the expropriation order, of an act recognizing a servitude for the benefit of a public utility;
(5)  in matters of human resources management,
(a)  the negotiation of collective agreements except where matters referred to in section 49.2 are concerned;
(b)  the other powers except those provided for in the second paragraph of section 34 and in sections 47 to 49;
(6)  the power to sue and be sued;
(7)  in matters of financial management,
(a)  expenditure authorizations;
(b)   transfers of credits, with the exception of transfer of credits from the allotment of a borough council to another borough council or between the allotment of a borough council and the budget of an administrative unit under the authority of the city council; and
(c)  the amending of the budget of the city to take into account any unexpected sums received for the carrying out of work.
The resolution by which the executive committee exercises the power provided for in subparagraph c of subparagraph 7 of the first paragraph must be sent to the Minister of Municipal Affairs, Regions and Land Occupancy within 30 days after the adoption of the resolution.
O.C. 1308-2001, s. 5; 2002, c. 37, s. 43; 2003, c. 28, s. 10; 2005, c. 28, s. 196; 2005, c. 6, s. 154; 2009, c. 26, s. 109.
34.1. In addition to the powers that the city council may delegate to the executive committee under section 34, the following powers of the city council may be exercised by the executive committee:
(1)  awarding, after a call for tenders, any contract within the jurisdiction of the city council where the price does not exceed the amount made available to the executive committee for that purpose, except a contract for which only one conforming tender was received;
(2)  granting a subsidy referred to in the second paragraph of section 8 and sections 90 to 92 of the Municipal Powers Act (chapter C‐47.1) and the amount or value of which does not exceed $50,000;
(3)  acquisition and alienation of immovables the value of which is $25,000 or less;
(4)  in matters of expropriation,
(a)  the payment of the provisional indemnity;
(b)  the payment of the final indemnity or the acquisition by mutual agreement to the extent that the amount of the payment does not exceed the appropriations voted by the city council;
(c)   the making, following the expropriation order, of an act recognizing a servitude for the benefit of a public utility;
(5)  in matters of human resources management,
(a)  the negotiation of collective agreements except where matters referred to in section 49.2 are concerned;
(b)  the other powers except those provided for in the second paragraph of section 34 and in sections 47 to 49;
(6)  the power to sue and be sued;
(7)  in matters of financial management,
(a)  expenditure authorizations;
(b)   transfers of credits, with the exception of transfer of credits from the allotment of a borough council to another borough council or between the allotment of a borough council and the budget of an administrative unit under the authority of the city council; and
(c)  the amending of the budget of the city to take into account any unexpected sums received for the carrying out of work.
The resolution by which the executive committee exercises the power provided for in subparagraph c of subparagraph 7 of the first paragraph must be sent to the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Regions within 30 days after the adoption of the resolution.
O.C. 1308-2001, s. 5; 2002, c. 37, s. 43; 2003, c. 28, s. 10; 2005, c. 28, s. 196; 2005, c. 6, s. 154.
34.1. In addition to the powers that the city council may delegate to the executive committee under section 34, the following powers of the city council may be exercised by the executive committee:
(1)  awarding, after a call for tenders, any contract within the jurisdiction of the city council where the price does not exceed the amount made available to the executive committee for that purpose, except a contract for which only one conforming tender was received;
(2)  granting a subsidy referred to in section 28 of the Cities and Towns Act (chapter C-19) and the amount or value of which does not exceed $50 000;
(3)  acquisition and alienation of immovables the value of which is $25 000 or less;
(4)  in matters of expropriation,
(a)  the payment of the provisional indemnity;
(b)  the payment of the final indemnity or the acquisition by mutual agreement to the extent that the amount of the payment does not exceed the appropriations voted by the city council;
(c)   the making, following the expropriation order, of an act recognizing a servitude for the benefit of a public utility;
(5)  in matters of human resources management,
(a)  the negotiation of collective agreements except where matters referred to in section 49.2 are concerned;
(b)  the other powers except those provided for in the second paragraph of section 34 and in sections 47 to 49;
(6)  the power to sue and be sued;
(7)  in matters of financial management,
(a)  expenditure authorizations;
(b)   transfers of credits, with the exception of transfer of credits from the allotment of a borough council to another borough council or between the allotment of a borough council and the budget of an administrative unit under the authority of the city council; and
(c)  the amending of the budget of the city to take into account any unexpected sums received for the carrying out of work.
The resolution by which the executive committee exercises the power provided for in subparagraph c of subparagraph 7 of the first paragraph must be sent to the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Regions within 30 days after the adoption of the resolution.
O.C. 1308-2001, s. 5; 2002, c. 37, s. 43; 2003, c. 28, s. 10; 2005, c. 28, s. 196.
34.1. In addition to the powers that the city council may delegate to the executive committee under section 34, the following powers of the city council may be exercised by the executive committee:
(1)  awarding, after a call for tenders, any contract within the jurisdiction of the city council where the price does not exceed the amount made available to the executive committee for that purpose, except a contract for which only one conforming tender was received;
(2)  granting a subsidy referred to in section 28 of the Cities and Towns Act (chapter C-19) and the amount or value of which does not exceed $50 000;
(3)  acquisition and alienation of immovables the value of which is $25 000 or less;
(4)  in matters of expropriation,
(a)  the payment of the provisional indemnity;
(b)  the payment of the final indemnity or the acquisition by mutual agreement to the extent that the amount of the payment does not exceed the appropriations voted by the city council;
(c)   the making, following the expropriation order, of an act recognizing a servitude for the benefit of a public utility;
(5)  in matters of human resources management,
(a)  the negotiation of collective agreements except where matters referred to in section 49.2 are concerned;
(b)  the other powers except those provided for in the second paragraph of section 34 and in sections 47 to 49;
(6)  the power to sue and be sued;
(7)  in matters of financial management,
(a)  expenditure authorizations;
(b)   transfers of credits, with the exception of transfer of credits from the allotment of a borough council to another borough council or between the allotment of a borough council and the budget of an administrative unit under the authority of the city council; and
(c)  the amending of the budget of the city to take into account any unexpected sums received for the carrying out of work.
The resolution by which the executive committee exercises the power provided for in subparagraph c of subparagraph 7 of the first paragraph must be sent to the Minister of Municipal Affairs, Sports and Recreation within 30 days after the adoption of the resolution.
O.C. 1308-2001, s. 5; 2002, c. 37, s. 43; 2003, c. 28, s. 10.
34.1. In addition to the powers that the city council may delegate to the executive committee under section 34, the following powers of the city council may be exercised by the executive committee:
(1)  awarding, after a call for tenders, any contract within the jurisdiction of the city council where the price does not exceed the amount made available to the executive committee for that purpose, except a contract for which only one conforming tender was received;
(2)  granting a subsidy referred to in section 28 of the Cities and Towns Act (chapter C-19) and the amount or value of which does not exceed $50 000;
(3)  acquisition and alienation of immovables the value of which is $25 000 or less;
(4)  in matters of expropriation,
(a)  the payment of the provisional indemnity;
(b)  the payment of the final indemnity or the acquisition by mutual agreement to the extent that the amount of the payment does not exceed the appropriations voted by the city council;
(c)   the making, following the expropriation order, of an act recognizing a servitude for the benefit of a public utility;
(5)  in matters of human resources management,
(a)  the negotiation of collective agreements;
(b)  the other powers except those provided for in the second paragraph of section 34;
(6)  the power to sue and be sued;
(7)  in matters of financial management,
(a)  expenditure authorizations;
(b)   transfers of credits, with the exception of transfer of credits from the allotment of a borough council to another borough council or between the allotment of a borough council and the budget of an administrative unit under the authority of the city council; and
(c)  the amending of the budget of the city to take into account any unexpected sums received for the carrying out of work.
O.C. 1308-2001, s. 5; 2002, c. 37, s. 43.
34.1. In addition to the powers that the city council may delegate to the executive committee under section 34, the following powers of the city council may be exercised by the executive committee:
(1)  granting contracts for the acquisition of goods, carrying out of work or supply of services, except for a contract the value of which exceeds $500 000, where only one tenderer presented a conforming tender;
(2)  granting a subsidy referred to in section 28 of the Cities and Towns Act (chapter C-19) and the amount or value of which does not exceed $50 000;
(3)  acquisition and alienation of immovables the value of which is $25 000 or less;
(4)  in matters of expropriation,
(a)  the payment of the provisional indemnity;
(b)  the payment of the final indemnity or the acquisition by mutual agreement to the extent that the amount of the payment does not exceed the appropriations voted by the city council;
(c)   the making, following the expropriation order, of an act recognizing a servitude for the benefit of a public utility;
(5)  in matters of human resources management,
(a)  the negotiation of collective agreements;
(b)  the other powers except those provided for in the second paragraph of section 34;
(6)  the power to sue and be sued;
(7)  in matters of financial management,
(a)   expenditure authorizations; and
(b)   transfers of credits, with the exception of transfer of credits from the allotment of a borough council to another borough council or between the allotment of a borough council and the budget of an administrative unit under the authority of the city council.
O.C. 1308-2001, s. 5.