C-26 - Professional Code

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94. The board of directors may, by regulation:
(a)  establish rules of conduct applicable to any candidate for the office of director and rules for the remuneration of elected directors, determine the positions within the order whose incumbents may not be dismissed except in accordance with section 85, and the procedure applicable to such a dismissal, and to the dismissal of a syndic or of the secretary of the order, in addition to what is provided in section 85;
(b)  (paragraph repealed);
(c)  (paragraph repealed);
(d)  (paragraph repealed);
(e)  define the different classes of specialization within the profession and, where applicable, the conditions of practice;
(f)  (paragraph repealed);
(g)  (paragraph repealed);
(h)  determine, among the professional activities that may be engaged in by members of the order, those that may be engaged in by the persons or categories of persons indicated in the regulation, in particular persons serving a period of professional training determined pursuant to paragraph i, and the terms and conditions on which such persons may engage in such activities; the regulation may determine, from among the regulatory standards applicable to members, those that are applicable to persons who are not members of an order; unless it is for the purpose of authorizing persons registered in a program giving access to a permit issued by the order or serving a period of professional training to engage in a professional activity, the board of directors must, before adopting a regulation under this paragraph, consult any order whose members engage in a professional activity described in the regulation;
(i)  determine the other terms and conditions for issuing permits or specialist’s certificates, in particular the obligation to serve the periods of professional training and to pass the professional examinations it determines; the regulation may also fix standards of equivalence applicable to the terms and conditions determined therein; if it requires periods of professional training, the board of directors may in addition determine, from among the regulatory standards applicable to members, those that are applicable to persons who serve those periods of training, provide for special supervisory procedures for those persons, including inquiry and complaint procedures, and determine the penalties that may be imposed by the board of directors in the case of non-compliance; when the program of study leading to a diploma giving access to a permit issued by the order does not include learning activities on ethics and professional conduct, the board of directors must adopt a regulation under this paragraph making successful completion of training on ethics and professional conduct mandatory;
(j)  determine cases in which section 55 may apply; the regulation may also determine a number of years for the purposes of section 45.3;
(k)  (paragraph repealed);
(l)  (paragraph repealed);
(m)  determine categories of permits on the basis of the professional activities that the members may engage in or the titles they may use, and the conditions and restrictions to which members must submit when engaging in such activities or using such titles;
(n)  determine what is acceptable in lieu of a document required for the purposes of issuing a permit, a specialist’s certificate or a special authorization, and the conditions applicable;
(o)  determine the continuing education requirements, or the framework for those requirements, with which the members or a class of members of the order must comply, in accordance with the conditions set by resolution of the board of directors; the regulation must include the methods for monitoring, supervising or evaluating compliance with the requirements, penalties for a failure to comply with them and, if applicable, possible exemptions from the requirements;
(p)  authorize the members of the order to carry on their professional activities within a limited liability partnership or a joint-stock company constituted for that purpose and, as appropriate, determine the applicable terms and conditions and restrictions. If the board of directors authorizes the members to carry on their professional activities within a joint-stock company, the regulation may, in particular,
(1)  determine standards with regard to the name of the company;
(2)   fix, according to whether or not the shares of the company are listed on a stock exchange, the proportion of voting shares that must be held by members of the order;
(3)  fix, according to whether or not the shares of the company are listed on a stock exchange, the proportion or number of directors of the company who must be members of the order;
(4)  determine, according to whether or not the shares of the company are listed on a stock exchange, conditions governing the transfer of shares, or shares of certain classes, and the exercise of the voting rights of a shareholder whose right to engage in professional activities has been restricted or suspended or who is no longer a member of the order, and, as appropriate, the applicable procedures and restrictions; and
(5)  define, if applicable, the professions, trades, industries, businesses, offices or duties incompatible with the status of employee, shareholder or director of the company;
(q)  determine which legal authorizations to practise a profession outside Québec give access to a permit or a specialist’s certificate, and the conditions for the issue of the permit or the specialist’s certificate that are applicable to the holders of the legal authorizations;
(r)  establish special permits; the regulation must contain the reasons justifying the issue of a special permit, the conditions for the issue of the permit, the title, abbreviation and initials its holder may use, the activities the holder may engage in and the conditions the holder must meet to engage in those activities.
In addition to what may be provided for in a regulation made under subparagraph n of the first paragraph, where a person applying for a permit, a specialist’s certificate or a special authorization is incapable, for reasons beyond his or her control, of providing required documents or where providing such documents represents an excessive burden for the person, the board of directors may accept to consider other documents or other means of obtaining the information it would have received had the required documents been provided and of ascertaining whether the person’s professional qualifications are equivalent to those he or she is purported to have according to the required documents.
1973, c. 43, s. 92; 1974, c. 65, s. 92; 1975, c. 80, s. 9; 1977, c. 66, s. 9; 1983, c. 54, s. 23; 1987, c. 54, s. 35; 1988, c. 29, s. 27; 1994, c. 40, s. 81; 2000, c. 13, s. 20; 2001, c. 34, s. 6; 2002, c. 33, s. 5; 2006, c. 20, s. 5; 2008, c. 11, s. 1, s. 62; 2017, c. 112017, c. 11, s. 53.
94. The board of directors may, by regulation:
(a)  establish rules for the remuneration of elected directors, determine the positions within the order whose incumbents may not be dismissed except in accordance with section 85, and the procedure applicable to such a dismissal, and to the dismissal of a syndic or of the secretary of the order, in addition to what is provided in section 85;
(b)  (paragraph repealed);
(c)  (paragraph repealed);
(d)  (paragraph repealed);
(e)  define the different classes of specialization within the profession and, where applicable, the conditions of practice;
(f)  (paragraph repealed);
(g)  (paragraph repealed);
(h)  determine, among the professional activities that may be engaged in by members of the order, those that may be engaged in by the persons or categories of persons indicated in the regulation, in particular persons serving a period of professional training determined pursuant to paragraph i, and the terms and conditions on which such persons may engage in such activities; the regulation may determine, from among the regulatory standards applicable to members, those that are applicable to persons who are not members of an order; unless it is for the purpose of authorizing persons registered in a program giving access to a permit issued by the order or serving a period of professional training to engage in a professional activity, the board of directors must, before adopting a regulation under this paragraph, consult any order whose members engage in a professional activity described in the regulation;
(i)  determine the other terms and conditions for issuing permits or specialist’s certificates, in particular the obligation to serve the periods of professional training and to pass the professional examinations it determines; the regulation may also fix standards of equivalence applicable to the terms and conditions determined therein; if it requires periods of professional training, the board of directors may in addition determine, from among the regulatory standards applicable to members, those that are applicable to persons who serve those periods of training, provide for special supervisory procedures for those persons, including inquiry and complaint procedures, and determine the penalties that may be imposed by the board of directors in the case of non-compliance;
(j)  determine cases in which section 55 may apply; the regulation may also determine a number of years for the purposes of section 45.3;
(k)  (paragraph repealed);
(l)  (paragraph repealed);
(m)  determine categories of permits on the basis of the professional activities that the members may engage in or the titles they may use, and the conditions and restrictions to which members must submit when engaging in such activities or using such titles;
(n)  determine what is acceptable in lieu of a document required for the purposes of section 42 or paragraph i of section 94 of this Code, and the conditions applicable;
(o)  determine the continuing education requirements, or the framework for those requirements, with which the members or a class of members of the order must comply, in accordance with the conditions set by resolution of the board of directors; the regulation must include the methods for monitoring, supervising or evaluating compliance with the requirements, penalties for a failure to comply with them and, if applicable, possible exemptions from the requirements;
(p)  authorize the members of the order to carry on their professional activities within a limited liability partnership or a joint-stock company constituted for that purpose and, as appropriate, determine the applicable terms and conditions and restrictions. If the board of directors authorizes the members to carry on their professional activities within a joint-stock company, the regulation may, in particular,
(1)  determine standards with regard to the name of the company;
(2)   fix, according to whether or not the shares of the company are listed on a stock exchange, the proportion of voting shares that must be held by members of the order;
(3)  fix, according to whether or not the shares of the company are listed on a stock exchange, the proportion or number of directors of the company who must be members of the order;
(4)  determine, according to whether or not the shares of the company are listed on a stock exchange, conditions governing the transfer of shares, or shares of certain classes, and the exercise of the voting rights of a shareholder whose right to engage in professional activities has been restricted or suspended or who is no longer a member of the order, and, as appropriate, the applicable procedures and restrictions; and
(5)  define, if applicable, the professions, trades, industries, businesses, offices or duties incompatible with the status of employee, shareholder or director of the company;
(q)  determine which legal authorizations to practise a profession outside Québec give access to a permit or a specialist’s certificate, and the conditions for the issue of the permit or the specialist’s certificate that are applicable to the holders of the legal authorizations;
(r)  establish special permits; the regulation must contain the reasons justifying the issue of a special permit, the conditions for the issue of the permit, the title, abbreviation and initials its holder may use, the activities the holder may engage in and the conditions the holder must meet to engage in those activities.
1973, c. 43, s. 92; 1974, c. 65, s. 92; 1975, c. 80, s. 9; 1977, c. 66, s. 9; 1983, c. 54, s. 23; 1987, c. 54, s. 35; 1988, c. 29, s. 27; 1994, c. 40, s. 81; 2000, c. 13, s. 20; 2001, c. 34, s. 6; 2002, c. 33, s. 5; 2006, c. 20, s. 5; 2008, c. 11, s. 1, s. 62.
94. The Bureau may, by regulation:
(a)  establish rules for the carrying on of its business, the administration of its property and the remuneration of its elected members, establish rules for the carrying on of the business of the administrative committee and determine the offices within the order whose holders shall not be dismissed except in accordance with section 85;
(b)  determine the means of communication through which members of the Bureau or the administrative committee who are not present or physically in attendance at the place where a meeting of the Bureau or a sitting of the committee, as the case may be, is being held may express their opinion for the purpose of making a decision, prescribe conditions for the use of such means of communication and, for the purposes of the fourth paragraph of section 79, the second paragraph of section 84 and the second paragraph of section 99, determine what constitutes a failure to express one’s opinion or an impediment, as the case may be;
(c)  (paragraph repealed);
(d)  (paragraph repealed);
(e)  define the different classes of specialization within the profession and, where applicable, the conditions of practice;
(f)  (paragraph repealed);
(g)  (paragraph repealed);
(h)  determine, among the professional activities that may be engaged in by members of the order, those that may be engaged in by the persons or categories of persons indicated in the regulation, in particular persons serving a period of professional training determined pursuant to paragraph i, and the terms and conditions on which such persons may engage in such activities;
(i)  determine the other terms and conditions for issuing permits, specialist’s certificates or special authorizations, in particular the obligation to serve the periods of professional training and to pass the professional examinations it determines; the regulation may also fix standards of equivalence applicable to the terms and conditions determined therein;
(j)  determine cases where a professional may be required to successfully complete a period of refresher training or a refresher course, or both such training and course;
(k)  (paragraph repealed);
(l)  (paragraph repealed);
(m)  determine categories of permits on the basis of the professional activities that the members may engage in or the titles they may use, and the conditions and restrictions to which members must submit when engaging in such activities or using such titles;
(n)  determine what is acceptable in lieu of a document required for the purposes of section 42 or paragraph i of section 94 of this Code, and the conditions applicable;
(o)  determine the continuing education activities or the framework for continuing education activities, in which the members or a class of members of the order are required to take part, in accordance with the terms and conditions fixed by resolution of the Bureau; the regulation must contain the reasons justifying the continuing education activities, the methods for monitoring, supervising or evaluating the activities, the penalties resulting from a failure to take part in the activities and, where applicable, the cases in which a member may be exempted from taking part in continuing education activities;
(p)  authorize the members of the order to carry on their professional activities within a limited liability partnership or a joint-stock company constituted for that purpose and, as appropriate, determine the applicable terms and conditions and restrictions. If the Bureau authorizes the members to carry on their professional activities within a joint-stock company, the regulation may, in particular,
(1)  determine standards with regard to the name of the company;
(2)   fix, according to whether or not the shares of the company are listed on a stock exchange, the proportion of voting shares that must be held by members of the order;
(3)  fix, according to whether or not the shares of the company are listed on a stock exchange, the proportion or number of directors of the company who must be members of the order;
(4)  determine, according to whether or not the shares of the company are listed on a stock exchange, conditions governing the transfer of shares, or shares of certain classes, and the exercise of the voting rights of a shareholder whose right to engage in professional activities has been restricted or suspended or who is no longer a member of the order, and, as appropriate, the applicable procedures and restrictions; and
(5)  define, if applicable, the professions, trades, industries, businesses, offices or duties incompatible with the status of employee, shareholder or director of the company;
(q)  determine which legal authorizations to practise a profession outside Québec give access to a permit or a specialist’s certificate, and the conditions for the issue of the permit or the specialist’s certificate that are applicable to the holders of the legal authorizations;
(r)  establish special permits; the regulation must contain the reasons justifying the issue of a special permit, the conditions for the issue of the permit, the title, abbreviation and initials its holder may use, the activities the holder may engage in and the conditions the holder must meet to engage in those activities.
1973, c. 43, s. 92; 1974, c. 65, s. 92; 1975, c. 80, s. 9; 1977, c. 66, s. 9; 1983, c. 54, s. 23; 1987, c. 54, s. 35; 1988, c. 29, s. 27; 1994, c. 40, s. 81; 2000, c. 13, s. 20; 2001, c. 34, s. 6; 2002, c. 33, s. 5; 2006, c. 20, s. 5.
94. The Bureau may, by regulation:
(a)  establish rules for the carrying on of its business, the administration of its property and the remuneration of its elected members, establish rules for the carrying on of the business of the administrative committee and determine the offices within the order whose holders shall not be dismissed except in accordance with section 85;
(b)  determine the means of communication through which members of the Bureau or the administrative committee who are not present or physically in attendance at the place where a meeting of the Bureau or a sitting of the committee, as the case may be, is being held may express their opinion for the purpose of making a decision, prescribe conditions for the use of such means of communication and, for the purposes of the fourth paragraph of section 79, the second paragraph of section 84 and the second paragraph of section 99, determine what constitutes a failure to express one’s opinion or an impediment, as the case may be;
(c)  (paragraph repealed);
(d)  (paragraph repealed);
(e)  define the different classes of specialization within the profession and, where applicable, the conditions of practice;
(f)  (paragraph repealed);
(g)  (paragraph repealed);
(h)  determine, among the professional activities that may be engaged in by members of the order, those that may be engaged in by the persons or categories of persons indicated in the regulation, in particular persons serving a period of professional training determined pursuant to paragraph i, and the terms and conditions on which such persons may engage in such activities;
(i)  determine the other terms and conditions for issuing permits, specialist’s certificates or special authorizations, in particular the obligation to serve the periods of professional training and to pass the professional examinations it determines; the regulation may also fix standards of equivalence applicable to the terms and conditions determined therein;
(j)  determine cases where a professional may be required to successfully complete a period of refresher training or a refresher course, or both such training and course;
(k)  (paragraph repealed);
(l)  (paragraph repealed);
(m)  determine categories of permits on the basis of the professional activities that the members may engage in or the titles they may use, and the conditions and restrictions to which members must submit when engaging in such activities or using such titles;
(n)  determine what is acceptable in lieu of a document required for the purposes of section 42 or paragraph i of section 94 of this Code, and the conditions applicable;
(o)  determine the continuing education activities or the framework for continuing education activities, in which the members or a class of members of the order are required to take part, in accordance with the terms and conditions fixed by resolution of the Bureau; the regulation must contain the reasons justifying the continuing education activities, the methods for monitoring, supervising or evaluating the activities, the penalties resulting from a failure to take part in the activities and, where applicable, the cases in which a member may be exempted from taking part in continuing education activities;
(p)  authorize the members of the order to carry on their professional activities within a limited liability partnership or a joint-stock company constituted for that purpose and, as appropriate, determine the applicable terms and conditions and restrictions. If the Bureau authorizes the members to carry on their professional activities within a joint-stock company, the regulation may, in particular,
(1)  determine standards with regard to the name of the company;
(2)   fix, according to whether or not the shares of the company are listed on a stock exchange, the proportion of voting shares that must be held by members of the order;
(3)  fix, according to whether or not the shares of the company are listed on a stock exchange, the proportion or number of directors of the company who must be members of the order;
(4)  determine, according to whether or not the shares of the company are listed on a stock exchange, conditions governing the transfer of shares, or shares of certain classes, and the exercise of the voting rights of a shareholder whose right to engage in professional activities has been restricted or suspended or who is no longer a member of the order, and, as appropriate, the applicable procedures and restrictions; and
(5)  define, if applicable, the professions, trades, industries, businesses, offices or duties incompatible with the status of employee, shareholder or director of the company.
1973, c. 43, s. 92; 1974, c. 65, s. 92; 1975, c. 80, s. 9; 1977, c. 66, s. 9; 1983, c. 54, s. 23; 1987, c. 54, s. 35; 1988, c. 29, s. 27; 1994, c. 40, s. 81; 2000, c. 13, s. 20; 2001, c. 34, s. 6; 2002, c. 33, s. 5.
94. The Bureau may, by regulation:
(a)  establish rules for the carrying on of its business, the administration of its property and the remuneration of its elected members, establish rules for the carrying on of the business of the administrative committee and determine the offices within the order whose holders shall not be dismissed except in accordance with section 85;
(b)  determine the means of communication through which members of the Bureau or the administrative committee who are not present or physically in attendance at the place where a meeting of the Bureau or a sitting of the committee, as the case may be, is being held may express their opinion for the purpose of making a decision, prescribe conditions for the use of such means of communication and, for the purposes of the fourth paragraph of section 79, the second paragraph of section 84 and the second paragraph of section 99, determine what constitutes a failure to express one’s opinion or an impediment, as the case may be;
(c)  (paragraph repealed);
(d)  (paragraph repealed);
(e)  define the different classes of specialization within the profession;
(f)  (paragraph repealed);
(g)  (paragraph repealed);
(h)  determine, among the professional acts that may be engaged in by members of the order, those that may be engaged in by the persons or categories of persons indicated in the regulation, in particular persons serving a period of professional training determined pursuant to paragraph i, and the terms and conditions on which such persons may engage in such acts;
(i)  determine the other terms and conditions for issuing permits, specialist’s certificates or special authorizations, in particular the obligation to serve the periods of professional training and to pass the professional examinations it determines; the regulation may also fix standards of equivalence applicable to the terms and conditions determined therein;
(j)  determine cases where a professional may be required to successfully complete a period of refresher training or a refresher course, or both such training and course;
(k)  (paragraph repealed);
(l)  (paragraph repealed);
(m)  determine categories of permits on the basis of the professional activities that the members may engage in or the titles they may use, and the conditions and restrictions to which members must submit when engaging in such activities or using such titles;
(n)  determine what is acceptable in lieu of a document required for the purposes of section 42 or paragraph i of section 94 of this Code, and the conditions applicable;
(o)  determine the continuing education activities or the framework for continuing education activities, in which the members or a class of members of the order are required to take part, in accordance with the terms and conditions fixed by resolution of the Bureau; the regulation must contain the reasons justifying the continuing education activities, the methods for monitoring, supervising or evaluating the activities, the penalties resulting from a failure to take part in the activities and, where applicable, the cases in which a member may be exempted from taking part in continuing education activities;
(p)  authorize the members of the order to carry on their professional activities within a limited liability partnership or a joint-stock company constituted for that purpose and, as appropriate, determine the applicable terms and conditions and restrictions. If the Bureau authorizes the members to carry on their professional activities within a joint-stock company, the regulation may, in particular,
(1)  determine standards with regard to the name of the company;
(2)   fix, according to whether or not the shares of the company are listed on a stock exchange, the proportion of voting shares that must be held by members of the order;
(3)  fix, according to whether or not the shares of the company are listed on a stock exchange, the proportion or number of directors of the company who must be members of the order;
(4)  determine, according to whether or not the shares of the company are listed on a stock exchange, conditions governing the transfer of shares, or shares of certain classes, and the exercise of the voting rights of a shareholder whose right to engage in professional activities has been restricted or suspended or who is no longer a member of the order, and, as appropriate, the applicable procedures and restrictions; and
(5)  define, if applicable, the professions, trades, industries, businesses, offices or duties incompatible with the status of employee, shareholder or director of the company.
1973, c. 43, s. 92; 1974, c. 65, s. 92; 1975, c. 80, s. 9; 1977, c. 66, s. 9; 1983, c. 54, s. 23; 1987, c. 54, s. 35; 1988, c. 29, s. 27; 1994, c. 40, s. 81; 2000, c. 13, s. 20; 2001, c. 34, s. 6.
94. The Bureau may, by regulation:
(a)  establish rules for the carrying on of its business, the administration of its property and the remuneration of its elected members, establish rules for the carrying on of the business of the administrative committee and determine the offices within the order whose holders shall not be dismissed except in accordance with section 85;
(b)  determine the means of communication through which members of the Bureau or the administrative committee who are not present or physically in attendance at the place where a meeting of the Bureau or a sitting of the committee, as the case may be, is being held may express their opinion for the purpose of making a decision, prescribe conditions for the use of such means of communication and, for the purposes of the fourth paragraph of section 79, the second paragraph of section 84 and the second paragraph of section 99, determine what constitutes a failure to express one’s opinion or an impediment, as the case may be;
(c)  (paragraph repealed);
(d)  (paragraph repealed);
(e)  define the different classes of specialization within the profession;
(f)  (paragraph repealed);
(g)  (paragraph repealed);
(h)  determine, among the professional acts that may be engaged in by members of the order, those that may be engaged in by the persons or categories of persons indicated in the regulation, in particular persons serving a period of professional training determined pursuant to paragraph i, and the terms and conditions on which such persons may engage in such acts;
(i)  determine the other terms and conditions for issuing permits, specialist’s certificates or special authorizations, in particular the obligation to serve the periods of professional training and to pass the professional examinations it determines; the regulation may also fix standards of equivalence applicable to the terms and conditions determined therein;
(j)  determine cases where a professional may be required to successfully complete a period of refresher training or a refresher course, or both such training and course;
(k)  (paragraph repealed);
(l)  (paragraph repealed);
(m)  determine categories of permits on the basis of the professional activities that the members may engage in or the titles they may use, and the conditions and restrictions to which members must submit when engaging in such activities or using such titles;
(n)  determine what is acceptable in lieu of a document required for the purposes of section 42 or paragraph i of section 94 of this Code, and the conditions applicable;
(o)  determine the continuing education activities or the framework for continuing education activities, in which the members or a class of members of the order are required to take part, in accordance with the terms and conditions fixed by resolution of the Bureau; the regulation must contain the reasons justifying the continuing education activities, the methods for monitoring, supervising or evaluating the activities, the penalties resulting from a failure to take part in the activities and, where applicable, the cases in which a member may be exempted from taking part in continuing education activities.
1973, c. 43, s. 92; 1974, c. 65, s. 92; 1975, c. 80, s. 9; 1977, c. 66, s. 9; 1983, c. 54, s. 23; 1987, c. 54, s. 35; 1988, c. 29, s. 27; 1994, c. 40, s. 81; 2000, c. 13, s. 20.
94. The Bureau may, by regulation:
(a)  establish rules for the carrying on of its business, the administration of its property and the remuneration of its elected members, establish rules for the carrying on of the business of the administrative committee and determine the offices within the order whose holders shall not be dismissed except in accordance with section 85;
(b)  determine the means of communication through which members of the Bureau or the administrative committee who are not present or physically in attendance at the place where a meeting of the Bureau or a sitting of the committee, as the case may be, is being held may express their opinion for the purpose of making a decision, prescribe conditions for the use of such means of communication and, for the purposes of the fourth paragraph of section 79, the second paragraph of section 84 and the second paragraph of section 99, determine what constitutes a failure to express one’s opinion or an impediment, as the case may be;
(c)  (paragraph repealed);
(d)  (paragraph repealed);
(e)  define the different classes of specialization within the profession;
(f)  (paragraph repealed);
(g)  (paragraph repealed);
(h)  determine, among the professional acts that may be engaged in by members of the order, those that may be engaged in by the persons or categories of persons indicated in the regulation, in particular persons serving a period of professional training determined pursuant to paragraph i, and the terms and conditions on which such persons may engage in such acts;
(i)  determine the other terms and conditions for issuing permits, specialist’s certificates or special authorizations, in particular the obligation to serve the periods of professional training and to pass the professional examinations it determines; the regulation may also fix standards of equivalence applicable to the terms and conditions determined therein;
(j)  determine cases where a professional may be required to serve a period of refresher training or take a refresher course, or required to do both;
(k)  (paragraph repealed);
(l)  (paragraph repealed);
(m)  determine categories of permits on the basis of the professional activities that the members may engage in or the titles they may use, and the conditions and restrictions to which members must submit when engaging in such activities or using such titles.
1973, c. 43, s. 92; 1974, c. 65, s. 92; 1975, c. 80, s. 9; 1977, c. 66, s. 9; 1983, c. 54, s. 23; 1987, c. 54, s. 35; 1988, c. 29, s. 27; 1994, c. 40, s. 81.
94. The Bureau may, by regulation:
(a)  fix in accordance with section 61, the number of members of the Bureau, establish rules for the carrying on of its business, the administration of its property and the remuneration of its elected members, and determine the offices within the corporation whose holders shall not be dismissed except in accordance with section 85;
(b)  determine the means of communication through which members of the Bureau or the administrative committee who are not present or physically in attendance at the place where a meeting or sitting of the Bureau or committee, as the case may be, is being held may express their opinion for the purpose of making a decision, prescribe conditions for the use of such means of communication and, for the purposes of the fourth paragraph of section 79, the second paragraph of section 84 and the second paragraph of section 99, determine what constitutes a failure to express one’s opinion or an impediment, as the case may be;
(c)  prescribe the standards for the keeping, holding or maintenance of records, books, registers, medications, poisons, products, substances, apparatus and equipment by a professional in the practice of his profession;
(d)  prescribe the standards for the keeping by professionals of their consulting-rooms and other offices;
(e)  define the different classes of specialization within the profession;
(f)  (paragraph repealed);
(g)  fix the standards for recognizing, for the issuing of a permit or a specialist’s certificate, the equivalence of the training of a person who does not hold a diploma otherwise required for such purposes;
(h)  determine the professional acts that may be performed by a person serving a period of professional training and the conditions under which he may perform these acts;
(i)  determine the other terms and conditions for issuing permits, specialist’s certificates or special authorizations, particularly, in relation to professional training and professional examinations;
(j)  determine cases where a professional may be required to serve a period of refresher training or take a refresher course, or required to do both;
(k)  impose upon its members an oath of secrecy and determine its form;
(l)  impose upon the members of the corporation or certain classes of them, in relation to the risk they represent, particularly on those who practise for their own account, the obligation to furnish, by means of an insurance policy, a surety bond or by any other means determined by regulation, a guarantee against any liability they may incur owing to fault or negligence committed in the practise of their profession or the obligation to join a group plan contract entered into by the corporation or to contribute to a professional liability insurance fund established for such purposes in accordance with section 86.1.
1973, c. 43, s. 92; 1974, c. 65, s. 92; 1975, c. 80, s. 9; 1977, c. 66, s. 9; 1983, c. 54, s. 23; 1987, c. 54, s. 35; 1988, c. 29, s. 27.
94. The Bureau may, by regulation:
(a)  fix in accordance with section 61, the number of members of the Bureau, establish rules for the carrying on of its business, the administration of its property and the remuneration of its elected members, and determine the offices within the corporation whose holders shall not be dismissed except in accordance with section 85;
(b)  fix the date and the terms and conditions for the election of the president and of the elected directors, and their term of office in accordance with this code;
(c)  prescribe the standards for the keeping of records, books and registers by a professional in the practice of his profession;
(d)  prescribe the standards for the keeping by professionals of their consulting-rooms and other offices;
(e)  define the different classes of specialization within the profession;
(f)  prescribe the standards for equivalence of the diplomas issued by educational establishments situated outside Québec for the issuing of a permit or specialist’s certificate;
(g)  fix the standards for recognizing, for the issuing of a permit or a specialist’s certificate, the equivalence of the training of a person who does not hold a diploma otherwise required for such purposes;
(h)  determine the professional acts that may be performed by a person serving a period of professional training and the conditions under which he may perform these acts;
(i)  determine the other terms and conditions for issuing permits, specialist’s certificates or special authorizations, particularly, in relation to professional training and professional examinations;
(j)  determine the cases in which professionals may be obliged to serve a period of refresher training and fix the terms and conditions concerning the imposition of such refresher training and limiting their right to practise their professional activities during such period;
(k)  impose upon its members an oath of secrecy and determine its form;
(l)  impose upon the members of the corporation or certain classes of them, in relation to the risk they represent, particularly on those who practise for their own account, the obligation to furnish, by means of an insurance policy, a surety bond or by any other means determined by regulation, a guarantee against any liability they may incur owing to fault or negligence committed in the practise of their profession or the obligation to join a group plan contract entered into by the corporation or to contribute to a professional liability insurance fund established for such purposes in accordance with section 86.1.
1973, c. 43, s. 92; 1974, c. 65, s. 92; 1975, c. 80, s. 9; 1977, c. 66, s. 9; 1983, c. 54, s. 23; 1987, c. 54, s. 35.
94. The Bureau may, by regulation:
(a)  fix in accordance with section 61, the number of members of the Bureau, establish rules for the carrying on of its business, the administration of its property and the remuneration of its elected members, and determine the offices within the corporation whose holders shall not be dismissed except in accordance with section 85;
(b)  fix the date and the terms and conditions for the election of the president and of the elected directors, and their term of office in accordance with this code;
(c)  prescribe the standards for the keeping of records, books and registers by a professional in the practice of his profession;
(d)  prescribe the standards for the keeping by professionals of their consulting-rooms and other offices;
(e)  define the different classes of specialization within the profession;
(f)  prescribe the standards for equivalence of the diplomas issued by educational establishments situated outside Québec for the issuing of a permit or specialist’s certificate;
(g)  fix the standards for recognizing, for the issuing of a permit or a specialist’s certificate, the equivalence of the training of a person who does not hold a diploma otherwise required for such purposes;
(h)  determine the professional acts that may be performed by a person serving a period of professional training and the conditions under which he may perform these acts;
(i)  determine the other terms and conditions for issuing permits, specialist’s certificates or special authorizations, particularly, in relation to professional training and professional examinations;
(j)  determine the cases in which professionals may be obliged to serve a period of refresher training and fix the terms and conditions concerning the imposition of such refresher training and limiting their right to practise their professional activities during such period;
(k)  impose upon its members an oath of secrecy and determine its form;
(l)  impose upon the members of the corporation or certain classes of them, particularly those who practise for their own account, the obligation of furnishing, by contract of insurance, surety or by any other means determined by regulation, a guarantee against the liability which they may incur owing to fault or negligence committed in the exercise of their profession.
1973, c. 43, s. 92; 1974, c. 65, s. 92; 1975, c. 80, s. 9; 1977, c. 66, s. 9; 1983, c. 54, s. 23.
94. The Bureau may, by regulation:
(a)  establish rules for the carrying on of its business, the administration of its property and the remuneration of its members, and determine the offices within the corporation whose holders shall not be dismissed except in accordance with section 85;
(b)  fix the date and the terms and conditions for the election of the president and of the elected directors, and their term of office in accordance with this code;
(c)  prescribe the standards for the keeping of records, books and registers by a professional in the practice of his profession;
(d)  prescribe the standards for the keeping by professionals of their consulting-rooms and other offices;
(e)  define the different classes of specialization within the profession;
(f)  prescribe the standards for equivalence of the diplomas issued by educational establishments situated outside Québec for the issuing of a permit or specialist’s certificate;
(g)  fix the standards for recognizing, for the issuing of a permit or a specialist’s certificate, the equivalence of the training of a person who does not hold a diploma otherwise required for such purposes;
(h)  determine the professional acts that may be performed by a person serving a period of professional training and the conditions under which he may perform these acts;
(i)  determine the other terms and conditions for issuing permits, specialist’s certificates or special authorizations, particularly, in relation to professional training and professional examinations;
(j)  determine the cases in which professionals may be obliged to serve a period of refresher training and fix the terms and conditions concerning the imposition of such refresher training and limiting their right to practise their professional activities during such period;
(k)  impose upon its members an oath of secrecy and determine its form;
(l)  impose upon the members of the corporation or certain classes of them, particularly those who practise for their own account, the obligation of furnishing, by contract of insurance, surety or by any other means determined by regulation, a guarantee against the liability which they may incur owing to fault or negligence committed in the exercise of their profession.
1973, c. 43, s. 92; 1974, c. 65, s. 92; 1975, c. 80, s. 9; 1977, c. 66, s. 9.