M-15.001 - Act respecting the Ministère de l’Emploi et de la Solidarité sociale and the Commission des partenaires du marché du travail

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38. The functions of a regional council shall include
(1)  defining labour market issues in its region on the basis of the general objectives of labour market policy, in particular by assessing workforce development needs and drawing on the expertise of advisory committees;
(2)  submitting annually to the Commission, for examination, a regional plan of action as regards workforce and employment, which plan shall include, in particular, the elements dealing with public employment services appearing in the local plans of action pertaining to the economy and employment that have been drawn up for its region, together with its opinion particularly as to the consistency of such elements with provincial, sectorial and regional guidelines, strategies and objectives;
(3)  adapting workforce and employment measures, programs and funds to the realities of the region to the extent the conditions governing their implementation so allow;
(4)  defining regional workforce and employment strategies and objectives;
(5)  proposing, to the Commission, the criteria according to which the funds made available for workforce and employment measures, programs and funds at the regional level should be allocated;
(6)  defining the areas in which the Minister should enter into specific regional workforce and employment agreements with any regional county municipality concerned;
(7)  encouraging any regional county municipality concerned to take regional workforce and employment strategies and objectives into account.
For the purposes of subparagraphs 6 and 7 of the first paragraph, a local municipality whose territory is not included in that of a regional county municipality is considered a regional county municipality. The same is true of a responsible body referred to in section 21.5 of the Act respecting the Ministère des Affaires municipales, des Régions et de l’Occupation du territoire (chapter M-22.1), as regards the territory or community it represents.
1997, c. 63, s. 38; 2003, c. 29, s. 151; 2006, c. 8, s. 17; 2007, c. 3, s. 72; 2009, c. 26, s. 109; 2015, c. 8, s. 234; 2016, c. 252016, c. 25, s. 18.
38. The functions of a regional council shall include
(1)  defining labour market issues in its region on the basis of the general objectives of labour market policy, in particular by assessing workforce development needs and drawing on the expertise of advisory committees;
(2)  submitting annually to the Commission, for approval, a regional plan of action as regards workforce and employment, which plan shall include, in particular, the elements dealing with public employment services appearing in the local plans of action pertaining to the economy and employment that have been drawn up for its region, together with its opinion particularly as to the consistency of such elements with provincial, sectorial and regional guidelines, strategies and objectives;
(3)  adapting workforce and employment measures, programs and funds to the realities of the region to the extent the conditions governing their implementation so allow;
(4)  defining regional workforce and employment strategies and objectives;
(5)  proposing, to the Commission, the criteria according to which the funds made available for workforce and employment measures, programs and funds at the regional level should be allocated;
(6)  defining the areas in which Emploi-Québec should enter into specific regional workforce and employment agreements with any regional county municipality concerned;
(7)  encouraging any regional county municipality concerned to take regional workforce and employment strategies and objectives into account.
For the purposes of subparagraphs 6 and 7 of the first paragraph, a local municipality whose territory is not included in that of a regional county municipality is considered a regional county municipality. The same is true of a responsible body referred to in section 21.5 of the Act respecting the Ministère des Affaires municipales, des Régions et de l’Occupation du territoire (chapter M-22.1), as regards the territory or community it represents.
1997, c. 63, s. 38; 2003, c. 29, s. 151; 2006, c. 8, s. 17; 2007, c. 3, s. 72; 2009, c. 26, s. 109; 2015, c. 8, s. 234.
38. The functions of a regional council shall include
(1)  defining labour market issues in its region on the basis of the general objectives of labour market policy, in particular by assessing workforce development needs and drawing on the expertise of advisory committees;
(2)  submitting annually to the Commission, for approval, a regional plan of action as regards workforce and employment, which plan shall include, in particular, the elements dealing with public employment services appearing in the local plans of action pertaining to the economy and employment that have been drawn up for its region, together with its opinion particularly as to the consistency of such elements with provincial, sectorial and regional guidelines, strategies and objectives;
(3)  adapting workforce and employment measures, programs and funds to the realities of the region to the extent the conditions governing their implementation so allow;
(4)  defining regional workforce and employment strategies and objectives;
(5)  proposing, to the Commission, the criteria according to which the funds made available for workforce and employment measures, programs and funds at the regional level should be allocated;
(6)  defining the areas in which Emploi-Québec should enter into specific regional workforce and employment agreements with the regional conference of elected officers referred to in section 21.5 of the Act respecting the Ministère des Affaires municipales, des Régions et de l’Occupation du territoire (chapter M-22.1);
(7)  encouraging the regional conference of elected officers referred to in section 21.5 of the Act respecting the Ministère des Affaires municipales, des Régions et de l’Occupation du territoire to take regional workforce and employment strategies and objectives into account.
1997, c. 63, s. 38; 2003, c. 29, s. 151; 2006, c. 8, s. 17; 2007, c. 3, s. 72; 2009, c. 26, s. 109.
38. The functions of a regional council shall include
(1)  defining labour market issues in its region on the basis of the general objectives of labour market policy, in particular by assessing workforce development needs and drawing on the expertise of advisory committees;
(2)  submitting annually to the Commission, for approval, a regional plan of action as regards workforce and employment, which plan shall include, in particular, the elements dealing with public employment services appearing in the local plans of action pertaining to the economy and employment that have been drawn up for its region, together with its opinion particularly as to the consistency of such elements with provincial, sectorial and regional guidelines, strategies and objectives;
(3)  adapting workforce and employment measures, programs and funds to the realities of the region to the extent the conditions governing their implementation so allow;
(4)  defining regional workforce and employment strategies and objectives;
(5)  proposing, to the Commission, the criteria according to which the funds made available for workforce and employment measures, programs and funds at the regional level should be allocated;
(6)  defining the areas in which Emploi-Québec should enter into specific regional workforce and employment agreements with the regional conference of elected officers referred to in section 21.5 of the Act respecting the Ministère des Affaires municipales et des Régions (chapter M-22.1);
(7)  encouraging the regional conference of elected officers referred to in section 21.5 of the Act respecting the Ministère des Affaires municipales et des Régions to take regional workforce and employment strategies and objectives into account.
1997, c. 63, s. 38; 2003, c. 29, s. 151; 2006, c. 8, s. 17; 2007, c. 3, s. 72.
38. The functions of a regional council shall include
(1)  defining labour market issues in its region on the basis of the general objectives of labour market policy, in particular by assessing manpower development needs and drawing on the expertise of advisory committees;
(2)  submitting annually to the Commission, for approval, a regional plan of action as regards manpower and employment, which plan shall include, in particular, the elements dealing with public employment services appearing in the local plans of action pertaining to the economy and employment that have been drawn up for its region, together with its opinion particularly as to the consistency of such elements with provincial, sectorial and regional guidelines, strategies and objectives;
(3)  adapting manpower and employment measures, programs and funds to the realities of the region to the extent the conditions governing their implementation so allow;
(4)  defining regional manpower and employment strategies and objectives;
(5)  proposing, to the Commission, the criteria according to which the funds made available for manpower and employment measures, programs and funds at the regional level should be allocated;
(6)  defining the areas in which Emploi-Québec should enter into specific regional manpower and employment agreements with the regional conference of elected officers referred to in section 21.5 of the Act respecting the Ministère des Affaires municipales et des Régions (chapter M-22.1);
(7)  encouraging the regional conference of elected officers referred to in section 21.5 of the Act respecting the Ministère des Affaires municipales et des Régions to take regional manpower and employment strategies and objectives into account.
1997, c. 63, s. 38; 2003, c. 29, s. 151; 2006, c. 8, s. 17.
38. The functions of a regional council shall include
(1)  defining labour market issues in its region on the basis of the general objectives of labour market policy, in particular by assessing manpower development needs and drawing on the expertise of advisory committees;
(2)  submitting annually to the Commission, for approval, a regional plan of action as regards manpower and employment, which plan shall include, in particular, the elements dealing with public employment services appearing in the local plans of action pertaining to the economy and employment that have been drawn up for its region, together with its opinion particularly as to the consistency of such elements with provincial, sectorial and regional guidelines, strategies and objectives;
(3)  adapting manpower and employment measures, programs and funds to the realities of the region to the extent the conditions governing their implementation so allow;
(4)  defining regional manpower and employment strategies and objectives;
(5)  proposing, to the Commission, the criteria according to which the funds made available for manpower and employment measures, programs and funds at the regional level should be allocated;
(6)  defining the areas in which Emploi-Québec should enter into specific regional manpower and employment agreements with the regional conference of elected officers referred to in section 97 of the Act respecting the Ministère du Développement économique et régional et de la Recherche (chapter M-30.01);
(7)  encouraging the regional conference of elected officers referred to in section 97 of the Act respecting the Ministère du Développement économique et régional et de la Recherche to take regional manpower and employment strategies and objectives into account.
1997, c. 63, s. 38; 2003, c. 29, s. 151.
38. The functions of a regional council shall include
In force: 1998-01-01
(1)  defining labour market issues in its region on the basis of the general objectives of labour market policy, in particular by assessing manpower development needs and drawing on the expertise of advisory committees;
(2)  submitting annually to the Commission, for approval, a regional plan of action as regards manpower and employment, which plan shall include, in particular, the elements dealing with public employment services appearing in the local plans of action pertaining to the economy and employment that have been drawn up for its region, together with its opinion particularly as to the consistency of such elements with provincial, sectorial and regional guidelines, strategies and objectives;
In force: 1998-01-01
(3)  adapting manpower and employment measures, programs and funds to the realities of the region to the extent the conditions governing their implementation so allow;
In force: 1998-01-01
(4)  defining regional manpower and employment strategies and objectives;
(5)  proposing, to the Commission, the criteria according to which the funds made available for manpower and employment measures, programs and funds at the regional level should be allocated;
In force: 1998-01-01
(6)  defining the areas in which Emploi-Québec should enter into specific regional manpower and employment agreements with the regional development council;
In force: 1998-01-01
(7)  encouraging the regional development council to take regional manpower and employment strategies and objectives into account.
1997, c. 63, s. 38.