S-4.1.1 - Educational Childcare Act

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49. The Minister may revoke an accreditation in the following circumstances:
(1)  the accredited party requests revocation of the accreditation;
(2)  the accreditation was granted on the basis of false or misleading information;
(3)  the accredited party does not comply with the conditions determined by law, the terms of its accreditation or an instruction or directive given by the Minister;
(4)  the Minister judges that a change in the accredited party’s circumstances makes revocation necessary given the criteria considered in granting the accreditation; or
(5)  the accredited party acts contrary to the rules of sound management applicable to an organization receiving subsidies out of public funds, or there has been malfeasance or breach of trust.
Unless the revocation is at the accredited party’s request, the Minister must notify the accredited party in writing and give the accredited party at least 10 days to submit observations.
2005, c. 47, s. 49; 2009, c. 36, s. 82.
49. The Minister may revoke an accreditation in the following circumstances:
(1)  the accredited party requests revocation of the accreditation;
(2)  the accreditation was granted on the basis of false or misleading information;
(3)  the accredited party does not comply with the conditions determined by law;
(4)  the Minister judges that a change in the accredited party’s circumstances makes revocation necessary given the criteria considered in granting the accreditation; or
(5)  the accredited party acts contrary to the rules of sound management applicable to an organization receiving subsidies out of public funds, or there has been malfeasance or breach of trust.
Unless the revocation is at the accredited party’s request, the Minister must notify the accredited party in writing and give the accredited party at least 10 days to submit observations.
2005, c. 47, s. 49.