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Jul 12, 2019 ... and Republic of India 2018-04-27 CPT17 Application to Certify a Religious Sect or a Division of it so Members can Apply to Exempt their Self-Employed Earnings from the Canada Pension Plan 2018-06-29 CPT170 Certificate of Coverage Under the Canada Pension Plan Pursuant to Article 6 Sub-Paragraph (b) and Articles 7 and 11 of the Social Security Agreement Between Canada

A. D. v. Canada Employment Insurance Commission

Jul 9, 2019 ... a reconsideration of this decision, but the Commission maintained its initial decision. The Claimant appealed the reconsideration decision to the Tribunal’s General Division. [5] The Claimant now seeks leave from the Tribunal to appeal the General Division decision. [6] In support of his application for leave to appeal, the Claimant argued that the General Division made

Guide to understanding the Canadian Environmental Protection Act: appendices

Jul 4, 2019 ... substances Environmental science and technology Appendix C: CEPA 1999 provisions Topic Part, Section of CEPA 1999 Administration Part 1 Administrative and equivalency agreements Part 1, Sections 9 and 10 Animate products of biotechnology Part 6 Boards of Review Part 11, Sections 333 to 341 Citizens' Rights Part 2 Disposal at sea Part 7, Division 3 Enforcement Part 10

D. R. v. Canada Employment Insurance Commission

Jul 3, 2019 ... will focus instead on an error of law that is arguably found in the General Division decision. Issue Is there an arguable case that the General Division made an error of law in failing to assess the Claimant’s impairments in their totality in order to determine their cumulative impact? Analysis [6] The Department of Employment and Social Development Act (DESDA) sets

Publications listed by number - CRA

Jul 4, 2019 ... 19-5 Land and Associated Real Property 2002-06-05 2-1 Required registration 1999-11-16 2-2 Small suppliers 2000-10-16 2-3 Voluntary registration 2003-04-01 2-4 Branches and divisions 2002-11-27 2-5 Non-resident registration 2006-02-23 2-6 Security requirements for non-residents 1999-11-16 2-7 Cancellation of Registration 2005-05-26 25-2 Designation

G. M. v. Canada Employment Insurance Commission

Jul 9, 2019 ...] The Tribunal grants leave to appeal to the Appeal Division. Introduction [2] On November 20, 2017, the General Division of the Tribunal determined that subparagraph 55(6)(b)(iv) of the Employment Insurance Regulations (Regulations) did not exclude the Applicant from a disentitlement to Employment insurance benefits while he was outside of Canada. [3] The Applicant

G. M. v. Canada Employment Insurance Commission

Jul 9, 2019 ... not exceptions listed in subsection 55(1) of the Regulations. The General Division also concluded that subparagraph 55(6)(b)(iv) of the Regulations did not apply to the Claimant. [4] The Claimant was granted leave to appeal to the Appeal Division. He submits that the General Division erred in its interpretation of subparagraph 55(6)(b)(iv) of the Regulations. He argues

Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations

Jun 4, 2019 ... is a dependent child, the lock-in date for the age of a child of a person who is a member of any of the classes set out in these Regulations, other than in those cases referred to in subsections (2) to (9), and who makes an application under Division 5, 6 or 7 of Part 5 is the date on which the application is made. Marginal note:Certificat de sélection — distressful

B. M. v. Minister of Employment and Social Development

Jul 15, 2019 ... circumstances in making its decision. Issues [5] Did the General Division base its decision on an erroneous finding of fact regarding the Claimant’s pain, sleep, or memory and concentration? [6] Did the General Division apply a higher standard of proof than the balance of probabilities to the evidence? [7] Did the General Division consider the Claimant’s personal

V. C. v. Minister of Employment and Social Development

Jul 9, 2019 ... was not able to present his full case to the General Division because it made a decision without his having filed written submissions. [6] The Social Security Tribunal Regulations provide for procedural matters. They state that, within 365 days after the day on which an appeal is filed, parties may file additional documents or submissions with the Tribunal.Footnote 2

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