E-9.1 - Act respecting private education

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62. An institution may enter into an agreement with a school board under section 294 of the Education Act (chapter I-13.3) to provide transportation for the students of the institution who are enrolled in preschool education, elementary or secondary school or in adult education and claim from them the cost it is required to assume pursuant to section 296 of the said Act after deducting the subsidies granted for that purpose, if any.
The institution may also, with the authorization of the Minister, organize independently all or part of the transportation of the students referred to in the first paragraph and enter into an agreement for that purpose. It may claim the cost of such transportation from the students using the service after deducting the subsidies granted for that purpose, if any. Sections 297 and 298 of the Education Act and the regulations made under section 453 of that Act apply, adapted as required, to an institution which organizes transportation independently for its students.
An institution to which the second paragraph applies may enter into an agreement with another such institution to provide transportation for its students.
1992, c. 68, s. 62; 1997, c. 96, s. 178.
62. An institution may enter into an agreement with a school board under section 294 of the Education Act (chapter I-13.3) to provide transportation for the students of the institution who are enrolled in preschool education, elementary or secondary school or in adult education and claim from them the cost it is required to assume pursuant to section 296 of the said Act after deducting the subsidies granted for that purpose, if any.
The institution may also, with the authorization of the Minister of Transport, organize independently all or part of the transportation of the students referred to in the first paragraph and enter into an agreement for that purpose. It may claim the cost of such transportation from the students using the service after deducting the subsidies granted for that purpose, if any. Sections 297 and 298 of the Education Act and the regulations made under section 453 of that Act apply, adapted as required, to an institution which organizes transportation independently for its students.
An institution to which the second paragraph applies may enter into an agreement with another such institution to provide transportation for its students.
1992, c. 68, s. 62.