S-30.01 - Act respecting public transit authorities

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100. The Government may, by regulation, determine the procedure for making a contract for the supply of services that, under an Act or regulation, may be provided only by a physician, dentist, nurse, pharmacist, veterinary surgeon, engineer, land surveyor, architect, chartered professional accountant, lawyer or notary. Such a regulation must establish the rules applicable to the making of such a contract.
The regulation may prescribe categories of contracts, professional services, awarding procedures, amounts of expenditures or territories for calls for tenders, combine categories and make different rules according to the categories or combinations. It may also provide in which cases, when a system of bid weighting and evaluating is used, it is not necessary for price to be one of the evaluation criteria and provide for the cases where a transit authority must, to award a contract, obtain the authorization or approval of the Government or one of its ministers or bodies, or comply with any rules they have established governing the awarding of contracts.
Where the regulation determines that the contract is to be awarded after the use of a register of suppliers, it must designate the body responsible for the establishment of the register and for its management and financing and must set out, in particular, the rules that apply to the registration of suppliers and to their selection as suppliers who may tender.
The regulation may, in respect of the contracts it specifies, establish a rate schedule fixing the maximum hourly rate that may be paid by a transit authority.
2001, c. 23, s. 100; 2002, c. 37, s. 269; 2012, c. 30, s. 31; 2018, c. 82018, c. 8, s. 223.
100. The Government shall, by regulation, establish the rules relating to the awarding of a contract referred to in section 101.
The regulation must determine the procedure for awarding such a contract, requiring it to be awarded after a call for public tenders published in an electronic tendering system approved by the Government, after the use of a register of suppliers or according to any other procedure it specifies, including the choice of the contracting party by agreement. The regulation must also provide for the cases where the first sentence of the tenth paragraph of section 95 or subsection 7 of section 573 of the Cities and Towns Act (chapter C-19) applies to a contract covered by the regulation.
The regulation may prescribe categories of contracts, professional services, awarding procedures, amounts of expenditures or territories for calls for tenders, combine categories and make different rules according to the categories or combinations. It may also provide in which cases, when a system of bid weighting and evaluating is used, it is not necessary for price to be one of the evaluation criteria and provide for the cases where a transit authority must, to award a contract, obtain the authorization or approval of the Government or one of its ministers or bodies, or comply with any rules they have established governing the awarding of contracts.
Where the regulation determines that the contract is to be awarded after the use of a register of suppliers, it must designate the body responsible for the establishment of the register and for its management and financing and must set out, in particular, the rules that apply to the registration of suppliers and to their selection as suppliers who may tender.
The regulation may, in respect of the contracts it specifies, establish a rate schedule fixing the maximum hourly rate that may be paid by a transit authority.
2001, c. 23, s. 100; 2002, c. 37, s. 269; 2012, c. 30, s. 31.
100. The Government shall, by regulation, establish the rules relating to the awarding of a contract referred to in section 101.
The regulation must determine the procedure for awarding such a contract, requiring it to be awarded after a call for public tenders published in an electronic tendering system approved by the Government, after the use of a register of suppliers or according to any other procedure it specifies, including the choice of the contracting party by agreement. The regulation must also provide for the cases where the first sentence of the eighth paragraph of section 95 or subsection 7 of section 573 of the Cities and Towns Act (chapter C-19) applies to a contract covered by the regulation.
The regulation may prescribe categories of contracts, professional services, awarding procedures, amounts of expenditures or territories for calls for tenders, combine categories and make different rules according to the categories or combinations. It may also provide in which cases, when a system of bid weighting and evaluating is used, it is not necessary for price to be one of the evaluation criteria and provide for the cases where a transit authority must, to award a contract, obtain the authorization or approval of the Government or one of its ministers or bodies, or comply with any rules they have established governing the awarding of contracts.
Where the regulation determines that the contract is to be awarded after the use of a register of suppliers, it must designate the body responsible for the establishment of the register and for its management and financing and must set out, in particular, the rules that apply to the registration of suppliers and to their selection as suppliers who may tender.
The regulation may, in respect of the contracts it specifies, establish a rate schedule fixing the maximum hourly rate that may be paid by a transit authority.
2001, c. 23, s. 100; 2002, c. 37, s. 269.
100. The Government shall, by regulation, establish the rules relating to the awarding of a contract referred to in section 101.
The regulation shall determine whether such a contract is to be awarded after a call for public tenders published in an electronic tendering system approved by the Government, after a call for tenders by way of an advertisement published in a newspaper or after the use of a register of suppliers.
Where the regulation determines that the contract is to be awarded after the use of a register of suppliers, it must designate the body responsible for the establishment of the register and for its management and financing and must set out, in particular, the rules that apply to the registration of suppliers and to their selection as suppliers who may tender.
In each case, the regulation must establish a rate schedule fixing the maximum hourly rate that may be paid by the transit authority.
2001, c. 23, s. 100.