M-30 - Act respecting the Ministère du Conseil exécutif

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3.6.2. In this subdivision,
Canadian intergovernmental agreement means an agreement between the Government or one of its departments or government agencies and another government in Canada, one of its departments or government agencies, or a federal public agency;
federal public agency means
(1)  a legal person or agency that, although not a federal government agency, has one of the following characteristics:
(a)  a majority of its members come from the federal public sector, that is, are appointed by the federal government, a federal minister, a federal government agency or another federal public agency;
(b)   its personnel is appointed in accordance with the Public Service Employment Act (Revised Statutes of Canada, 1985, chapter P-33);
(c)  more than half of its financing is derived from federal public funds, that is, from the federal Consolidated Revenue Fund, a federal government agency or another federal public agency;
(d)  a periodic financial or other report concerning its activities is required by law to be tabled in the Federal Parliament;
(2)  a group of federal public agencies;
government agency means a legal person or agency that, under its constituting Act, is empowered to make inquiries, issue permits or licences or make regulations for purposes other than its internal management and, if it is a legal person, has one of the following characteristics:
(1)  it is the mandatary or agent of the State or of another government in Canada;
(2)  it enjoys the rights and privileges of a mandatary or agent referred to in paragraph 1;
municipal body means
(1)  a municipality;
(2)  a metropolitan community;
(3)  a legal person or body that has one of the following characteristics:
(a)  a majority of its members are appointed by one or more municipal bodies;
(b)  more than half of its financing is provided by one or more municipal bodies;
(4)  a group of municipal bodies;
public agency means
(1)  a legal person or agency that, although not a government agency, a municipal body or a school body, has one of the following characteristics:
(a)  a majority of its members come from the Québec public sector, that is, are appointed by the Government, a minister, a government agency, a municipal body, a school body or another public agency;
(b)  its personnel is appointed in accordance with the Public Service Act (chapter F-3.1.1);
(c)  more than half of its financing is derived from Québec public funds, that is from the Consolidated Revenue Fund, a government agency, a municipal body, a school body or another public agency;
(2)  a group of public agencies;
school body means
(1)  a school board;
(2)  the Comité de gestion de la taxe scolaire de l’île de Montréal;
(3)  a legal person or body that has one of the following characteristics:
(a)  a majority of its members are appointed by one or more school bodies;
(b)  more than half of its financing is provided by one or more school bodies;
(4)  a group of school bodies.
2002, c. 60, s. 3; 2002, c. 75, s. 33.
3.6.2. In this subdivision,
Canadian intergovernmental agreement means an agreement between the Government or one of its departments or government agencies and another government in Canada, one of its departments or government agencies, or a federal public agency;
federal public agency means
(1)  a legal person or agency that, although not a federal government agency, has one of the following characteristics:
(a)  a majority of its members come from the federal public sector, that is, are appointed by the federal government, a federal minister, a federal government agency or another federal public agency;
(b)   its personnel is appointed in accordance with the Public Service Employment Act (Revised Statutes of Canada, 1985, chapter P-33);
(c)  more than half of its financing is derived from federal public funds, that is, from the federal Consolidated Revenue Fund, a federal government agency or another federal public agency;
(d)  a periodic financial or other report concerning its activities is required by law to be tabled in the Federal Parliament;
(2)  a group of federal public agencies;
government agency : means a legal person or agency that, under its constituting Act, is empowered to make inquiries, issue permits or licences or make regulations for purposes other than its internal management and, if it is a legal person, has one of the following characteristics:
(1)  it is the mandatary or agent of the State or of another government in Canada;
(2)   it enjoys the rights and privileges of a mandatary or agent referred to in paragraph 1;
municipal body means
(1)  a municipality;
(2)  a metropolitan community;
(3)  a legal person or body that has one of the following characteristics:
(a)  a majority of its members are appointed by one or more municipal bodies;
(b)  more than half of its financing is provided by one or more municipal bodies;
(4)  a group of municipal bodies;
public agency means
(1)  a legal person or agency that, although not a government agency, a municipal body or a school body, has one of the following characteristics:
(a)  a majority of its members come from the Québec public sector, that is, are appointed by the Government, a minister, a government agency, a municipal body, a school body or another public agency;
(b)  its personnel is appointed in accordance with the Public Service Act (chapter F-3.1.1);
(c)  more than half of its financing is derived from Québec public funds, that is from the consolidated revenue fund, a government agency, a municipal body, a school body or another public agency;
(2)  a group of public agencies;
school body means
(1)  a school board;
(2)  the Conseil scolaire de l’île de Montréal;
(3)  a legal person or body that has one of the following characteristics:
(a)  a majority of its members are appointed by one or more school bodies;
(b)  more than half of its financing is provided by one or more school bodies;
(4)  a group of school bodies.
2002, c. 60, s. 3.