Within Canada Sample Clauses

Within Canada. When travelling within Canada in accordance with this Agreement, the maximum Eligible Costs for meals and incidentals are per diem: Breakfast Only Lunch Only Dinner Only Incidentals $8.00 $9.00 $18.00 $14.00 The incidental amount covers out-of-pocket travel expenses such as taxi gratuities, laundry, dry cleaning and personal expenses (and is in addition to meal allowances). Except as set forth in Section 4.7.4 (Part Day Travel Status) below, FII will share the Incidentals allowance only when the individual is on travel status for an entire day. The Recipient must document the hours of travel that underlie a claim for meal or incidental per diem amounts, but no meal receipts are required. Where travel is for a partial day or an individual is off travel status over a meal period(s), or is provided a meal at no charge (while on travel status), the Recipient must reduce the meal amount (as outlined above) appropriately from the daily amount claimed. The Recipient must not claim a meal allowance if the cost of the relevant meal is claimed as part of a business meeting expense.
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Within Canada. In British Columbia, if the Government rate for hotel accommodation is the best available, the Recipient may apply to FII for a letter of authorization to provide to the hotel in support of the Government rate being applied. Hotels offering pre-approved government rates in British Columbia can be found at the following website. xxxx://xxx.xxx.xxx.xx.xx/businesstravel/ In the rest of Canada, the following website can assist in locating hotels offering Government rates for accommodation. xxxx://xxxxxx-xxxx.xxxxx-xxxxx.xx.xx/ACRDS/index-eng.aspx In any event, FII will share the cost of accommodation up to $200.00 CDN average per night before taxes and fees. FII will share costs greater than that amount only if FII has pre-approved the higher cost in writing.
Within Canada. 8.03 It is understood by the parties that every provision, paragraph and sub-paragraph and this Article 8 and every part thereof is hereby declared to be separate and distinct and is intended to be severable. If any provision, paragraph or sub-paragraph of this Article 8 or any part thereof is determined to be void or unenforceable in whole or in part by any court of competent jurisdiction, it shall not be deemed to affect or impair the validity or any other provision, paragraph or sub-paragraph of this Article 8 or any other part this Agreement herein.
Within Canada. For tours within Canada, the will notify Equity at least thirty (30) days in advance of the proposed itinerary including the method of transportation, performance venues, repertoire, and the Artists involved. Outside Canada For tours outside Canada, arrangements must be negotiated between Equity and the at least thirty (30) days in advance, in writing. These arrangements shall include, but not be limited to, the full terms and conditions of the Agreement except as specifically modified. The arrangements shall be confirmed in a rider to each engagement contract for the tour. Transportation Methods The Artist shall travel by such routes as the may direct. Travel time is deemed to be consecutive and all waiting periods between alighting from one vehicle and boarding another vehicle shall be part of travel time. The DURATION OF THE AGREEMENT Ratification and Expiration of Agreement The Agreement shall take effect upon ratification, and expire at on Notice to Bargain Either party may, in the three (3) months immediately preceding the expiry date, issue a notice to the other party to begin bargaining in order to renew or revise it, or to enter into a new scale agreement. APPENDIX A -SIDE LETTER ON MEMBERSHIP October Music Department Xxxxxxxx Xxxx Xxxxxx Xxx Xxxxxxx X Xxxxxx, Xxxxxxx XXX Xxxxxxxxxxx Xxxxxx, Managing Director Dear Xxxxxxxxxxx: Re: Membership Side Letter This letter serves to confirm our discussion during the recent negotiations about how Equity internally addresses concerns regarding membership issues with our prospective candidates. Equity believes that discussion on membership concerns lies solely between the Association and the individual artist. Despite the requirement that a Canadian professional artist must join Equity as a function of the membership provisions negotiated in the National Arts Centre Music Department Agreement, Equity remains willing and open to discuss the individual circumstances of any prospective member in this position. We support the concept that joining Equity should be in the best interest of a new member, and Equity is committed to addressing specific concerns about that responsibility with any Artist joining Equity on a National Arts Centre Music Department Agreement engagement contract. Specifically, we commit to discussing in good faith the possibility of an artist becoming a Probationary Member of the Association with any artist who believes membership in Equity would not be beneficial because their career lies m...
Within Canada. In Canada, in order to facilitate the mobility of architects within the country, the professional orders (regulatory bodies) have agreed on harmonized admission standards with respect to training, internships and examinations. Thus, throughout Canada, to become an architect, the duration of university study is five years in Québec and four years in other provinces or territories (due to a different school system), with a professional training period of 3720 hours, that is, approximately two years full time. Hence, before being authorized to practise, architects trained in Canada must have accumulated six or seven years in the field of architecture (study + practical training/internship). In addition, all candidates for the profession who graduated in Canada must take the same examination (ExAC), which is aimed at ensuring that the candidates have the minimum skills required for practising the profession. 20 See paragraphs 1 and 3 of Article 21 of Directive 2005/36/EC (consolidated version). 21 Excerpts from Article 46 of Directive 2005/36/EC (consolidated version). 22 See paragraphs 1 and 3 of Article 21 of Directive 2005/36/EC (consolidated version). In addition, the Canadian Free Trade Agreement (CFTA)23, which was concluded between Canadian provinces and succeeded the Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT), completes the structure by laying down the principle of recognition of the “licence over licence” type between the provinces and territories, except in cases with substantial differences. However, in the field of architecture, the relevant authorities did not note any substantial differences between the provinces and territories. Although the practice context presented some differences, they were not deemed substantial with regard to public protection. In short, if some conditions may vary from one province or territory to another, the conditions for accessing the architectural profession have been harmonized within Canada.
Within Canada. If you or one of your dependents are hospitalized in Canada, the insurer will reimburse that part of hospital expenses which exceeds the amount reimbursed by government plans, up to the daily maximum specified in the Summary of Benefits, and without any limit as to the number of days of COVERED MEDICAL EXPENSES Covered expenses incurred in Canada or incurred due to an emergency during a stay, not exceeding six consecutive months, in a foreign country. Expenses for services, care, treatment and material prescribed by a physician such as: Services rendered at the insured person's home by a registered nurse who is unrelated to the insured person and who does not ordinarily reside in the latter's home, up to the maximum covered amount per calendar year specified in the Summary of Benefits; Paramedical care given by a speech therapist and physiotherapist, up to the maximum covered amount per calendar year specified in the Summary of Benefits, per specialist; Operating room, anaesthesia; Licensed ambulance service for transportation to the nearest hospital equipped to provide the required treatment, or therefrom, when the physical condition of the insured person precludes the use of any other means of transportation; Oxygen and rental of equipment necessary for its administration, diagnostic laboratory and X-ray examinations, casts and dressings; Drugs or medicine required for therapy and which can only be obtained on the written prescription of a physician and dispensed by a pharmacist; Rental or the initial purchase, as previously approved by the insurer, of a wheelchair, crutches, hospital bed or iron lung; Room and board in a public chronic care hospital or chronic wing facility of a public hospital, designated for such treatment by an appropriate government body, while under the supervision of a physician or registered nurse, up to a semi-private room, maximum three dollars per day and one hundred and twenty days per calendar year and which follows a period of by leas than fourteen days; Initial purchase, but not the replacement, of prostheses and ortheses, other than capillary, oral or dental, such as artificial limb or eye, braces, corsets, hernial supports or other orthopaedic devices, which are obtained in a establishment or laboratory and which are required as a result of bodily injury which occurred or disease which commenced while the person was insured under this provision and provided the purchase was made while this provision was in force; Correct...

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