Regulatory Stock Review Plan: 2019 to 2029: review of the Regulations Related to the Members of Parliament Retiring Allowances Act (Cluster)

Title or working title of regulatory initiative

Review of the Regulations Related to the Members of Parliament Retiring Allowances Act (Cluster)

Enabling act(s)

Members of Parliament Retiring Allowances Act

Rationale

Review of regulations to align with evolving legislation, administrative needs or government priorities

Narrative

The review of these regulations is driven by the need to ensure alignment with evolving legislation, day-to-day program management and administrative requirements, and various government priorities. Legislative amendments have resulted in a review of these regulations, which is associated with the department’s Forward Regulatory Plan: 2019 to 2029.

Included regulations and date of last review or amendment (year)

Last amended in 2003. Review is underway

  1. Former Members of Parliament Elections for Joint and Survivor Benefits Regulations
  2. Members of Parliament Retiring Allowances Regulations 
  3. Recovery of Overpayments Made to Former Members of Parliament Regulations

Targeted start for review (year)

Regulatory review is underway

Departmental contact

Deborah Elder
Senior Director, Pensions and Benefits Sector
Office of the Chief Human Resources Officer
613-907-7819
Deborah.Elder@tbs-sct.gc.ca

For more information

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