Not in force
28. The income replacement indemnity is computed on the basis of the gross income
(1) that the victim derives from the employment he holds as a salaried worker;
(2) that the Government determines by regulation for employment of the same class as that held by the victim as a self-employed worker or on the basis of the gross income he derives as a self-employed worker, if it is higher;
(3) that the victim who holds more than one employment derives from the employment or employments he becomes unable to hold.
A victim who, although entitled thereto, is also deprived of unemployment insurance benefits paid under the Unemployment Insurance Act (Revised Statutes of Canada, 1985, chapter U-1) or allowances paid under the National Training Act (Revised Statutes of Canada, 1985, chapter N-19) is entitled to an additional indemnity computed on the basis of the benefits or allowances that would have been paid to him. Such benefits or allowances are deemed to form part of his gross income.
1993, c. 54, s. 28; 1999, c. 40, s. 336.