C-26 - Professional Code

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4. The Office shall consist of seven members domiciled in Québec, including a chair and a vice-chair, appointed by the Government on the basis of the expertise and experience profiles approved by the Office. The Government shall fix their salaries.
Five of the members, including the chair and the vice-chair, must be professionals. Three among their number, including the chair or the vice-chair, shall be chosen from a list of at least seven names provided to the Government by the Interprofessional Council.
The other two members must be non-professionals. They shall be selected on the basis of their interest for the protection of the public that must be ensured by the professional orders.
At least one member of the Office must be 35 years of age or under at the time of appointment.
The composition of the Office must tend toward gender parity. The Office must also be composed of members whose cultural identity reflects the various components of Québec society as much as possible.
The chair and the vice-chair shall be appointed for a term of office of up to five years and may be reappointed once to serve in that capacity. The other members shall be appointed for a term of up to three years and may be reappointed twice to serve in that capacity.
Once fixed, their term of office and the amounts of their salaries cannot be reduced.
Upon the expiry of their term, they shall remain in office until reappointed or replaced.
1973, c. 43, s. 4; 1974, c. 65, s. 109; 1994, c. 40, s. 3; 2008, c. 11, s. 213; 2017, c. 112017, c. 11, s. 1.
4. The Office shall consist of five members domiciled in Québec, including a chair and a vice-chair, appointed by the Government which shall fix their salaries.
Four of the members, including the chair and the vice-chair, must be professionals. Three among their number, including the chair or the vice-chair, shall be chosen from a list of at least five names furnished to the Government by the Interprofessional Council.
The fifth member shall be a non-professional. He shall be selected on the basis of his interest for the protection of the public that must be ensured by the professional orders.
The chair and the vice-chair shall be appointed for a fixed period not to exceed 10 years and the other members for a fixed period not to exceed three years.
Once fixed, their term of office and the amounts of their salaries cannot be reduced.
Upon the expiry of their term, they shall remain in office until reappointed or replaced.
1973, c. 43, s. 4; 1974, c. 65, s. 109; 1994, c. 40, s. 3; 2008, c. 11, s. 213.
4. The Office shall consist of five members domiciled in Québec, including a chairman and a vice-chairman, appointed by the Government which shall fix their salaries.
Four of the members, including the chairman and the vice-chairman, must be professionals. Three among their number, including the chairman or the vice-chairman, shall be chosen from a list of at least five names furnished to the Government by the Interprofessional Council.
The fifth member shall be a non-professional. He shall be selected on the basis of his interest for the protection of the public that must be ensured by the professional orders.
The chairman and the vice-chairman shall be appointed for a fixed period not to exceed 10 years and the other members for a fixed period not to exceed three years.
Once fixed, their term of office and the amounts of their salaries cannot be reduced.
Upon the expiry of their term, they shall remain in office until reappointed or replaced.
1973, c. 43, s. 4; 1974, c. 65, s. 109; 1994, c. 40, s. 3.
4. The Office shall consist of five members, including a chairman and a vice-chairman, appointed by the Government which shall fix their salaries. Three of such members, including the chairman or the vice-chairman, shall be chosen from a list of at least five names furnished by the Interprofessional Council.
The chairman and the vice-chairman shall be appointed for a fixed period not to exceed ten years and the other members for a fixed period not to exceed three years.
Once fixed, their term of office and the amounts of their salaries cannot be reduced.
Upon the expiry of their term, they shall remain in office until reappointed or replaced.
1973, c. 43, s. 4; 1974, c. 65, s. 109.