Parliament of Canada Sample Clauses

Parliament of Canada full-time unpaid leave of absence for a period up to five years; Provincial Legislature: full-time unpaid leave of absence for a period up to five years; Mayor of the City of London, or the equivalent office of another jurisdiction: full-time unpaid leave of absence for a period of one term of office; Municipal or Township Council, Boards of Education in London, or the London Board of Control: leave of absence for attendance at sittings of the Council or Board, subject to a pro rated reduction in wages if her responsibilities as an employee cannot be maintained. Where an employee does not return to after the expiry of her full-time leave, she shall be deemed to have resigned. After the expiry of her political candidacy full-time leave, the employee, if she has not resigned in accordance with the provisions of Article shall return to her previous position unless the position no longer exists, in which case she may exercise her rights under Articles through of this Agreement. An employee under Article who is re-elected, or runs for office more than once, shall be entitled to make use of this Article for each election and each term of office. Arrangements for an employee to receive a part-time leave of absence under Article may be renewed indefinitely, in accordance with this Article. Employees taking full time leaves of absence under this clause shall maintain but not accrue seniority or service. Employees taking part-time leaves of absence shall accrue seniority and service on a pro- rated basis with reference to the proportion of full time annual hours actually worked.
Parliament of Canada full‐time unpaid leave of absence for a period up to five years;
Parliament of Canada. Standing Committee on International Trade. 41st Parliament, 1st Session. March 20, 2013. xxxx://xxx.xxxx.xx.xx/HousePublications/ Publication.aspx?DocId=6052556&Langu age=E&Mode=1&Parl=41&Ses=1. Xxxx, Xxxxx. Parliament of Canada. Standing Committee on International Trade. 41st Parliament, 1st Session. March 25, 2013. xxxx://xxx.xxxx.xx.xx/HousePublications/ Publication.aspx?DocId=6061151&Lang uage=E&Mode=1&Parl=41&Ses=1. Colombian Trade Ministry. "30 questions on the Pacific Alliance." Bogota, 2012. Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada. "Negotiations and Agreements." Xxxxxx, 0000.
Parliament of Canada. Standing Committee on International Trade. 41st Parliament, 1st Session. March 18, 2013. xxxx://xxx.xxxx.xx.xx/HousePublications/ Publication.aspx?DocId=6040798&Lang uage=E&Mode=1&Parl=41&Ses=1. Xxxxxxxx, Xxxxx. Parliament of Canada. Standing Committee on International Trade. 41st Parliament, 1st Session. April 15, 2013. xxxx://xxx.xxxx.xx.xx/HousePublications/ Publication.aspx?DocId=6075764&Lang uage=E&Mode=1&Parl=41&Ses=1. Inter-American Development Bank. "Coalition of the Willing? The Impetus for U.S. Bilateral Trade Agreements with Latin America in the 2000s." California, 2009.

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