New Brunswick Sample Clauses

New Brunswick. 4. An employee’s seniority shall cease and his/her employee status shall terminate for any of the following reasons
New Brunswick. The Employer recognizes the Alliance as the sole bargaining for the Employeesoccupying positions as described inthe issued by the Canada Labour Relations Board, 27th day September, Saint Xxxx and identified in the classifications se forth in Appendix hereof.
New Brunswick. All employees shall have access to their records and no reprimand shall form part of any employee’s record for more than two (2) years, provided that during the two years following the reprimand, no further disciplinary measures are incurred. However, in no event shall a reprimand form part of an employee’s record for more than three (3) years.
New Brunswick. Under the Municipalities Act, a municipality may provide services contained in the First Schedule. These include drainage, sewerage and roads and streets. The Community Planning Act states that ‘where a municipality requests, the Minister [presumably, the Minister of Environment and Local Government] may designate any area within the municipality to be a flood risk area. There is an apparent overlap in mandates with the provincial department of highways as the Highway Act states that ‘the Minister [of Transportation] may construct, reconstruct, repair a highway that lies within a city, town or village including the storm drainage, catch basins, curbs and gutters associated with the highway…]. Also, the New Brunswick Highway Corporation Act specifies that ‘all work affecting any highway or road is subject to the supervision, inspection and approval of a person designated by the Minister of Transportation, a local authority or the New Brunswick Highway Corporation and the provisions of the Highway Act or the New Brunswick Highway Corporation Act…’. However, none of the aforementioned Acts makes any reference to engineering guidelines that may apply to drainage works. The ‘Field Guide on Environmental Practices for Highway Construction and Maintenance’ for the province of New Brunswick (Xxxxxxxx & Xxxxxx Associates Ltd., 1994) contains no information or direction regarding the design of associated drainage works. The department of Environment and Local Government may also have authority to review drainage projects under its Clean Water Act. This Act stipulates that the Lieutenant- Governor in council may make regulations ‘regulating, controlling, prohibiting, directing or providing for river diversions, drainage diversions or alterations or diversions of alterations or diversions of all or part of a watercourse or the water flowing in a watercourse’ and ‘designating or authorizing the Minister [of Environment and Local Governments] to designate an area subject to flooding as a flood hazard area…’. Unfortunately, the Act does not specify which potential environmental concerns related to drainage works are addressed by the legislation. But the reference to the designation of flood hazard areas indicates at least a concern with the negative consequences that engineering works, including drainage projects, may have on a given watershed.
New Brunswick. If you are a resident of New Brunswick and if there is a misrepresentation in this Offering Memorandum, you have a statutory right to sue:

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