A-5.01 - Act respecting clinical and research activities relating to assisted procreation

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30. The Government may, by regulation,
(1)  determine the assisted procreation activities that may be carried out elsewhere than a centre for assisted procreation, and the conditions to be respected;
(2)  determine the conditions a person carrying out assisted procreation activities must respect, and the standards governing those activities, which may vary, in particular, with the age of the person resorting to those activities;
(2.1)  prescribe the conditions relating to the assessment procedure provided for in section 10.2;
Not in force
(3)  determine the conditions a research project referred to in the second paragraph of section 8 must respect;
(4)  determine the obligations with which the director of a centre must comply;
(5)  prescribe the standards governing equipment, operation and the disposal of biological material, and any other standard governing assisted procreation activities that a centre must respect;
(6)  prescribe the personal and non-personal information that a centre for assisted procreation must provide to the Minister;
(7)  establish subclasses of licences and, for each class and subclass of a licence, the conditions of issue, maintenance or renewal, as well as the information to be provided and the documents and reports to be produced within the time specified;
(8)  determine the assisted procreation activities on which information need not be kept permanently;
(9)  determine the provisions of a regulation under this Act the violation of which constitutes an offence; and
(10)  prescribe any measure to facilitate the application of this Act.
2009, c. 30, s. 30; 2015, c. 25, s. 7; 2021, c. 22021, c. 2, s. 12.
30. The Government may, by regulation,
(1)  determine the assisted procreation activities that may be carried out outside a centre for assisted procreation, and the conditions to be respected;
(2)  determine the conditions a person carrying out assisted procreation activities must respect, and the standards governing those activities, which may vary, in particular, with the age of the person resorting to those activities;
(2.1)  prescribe the conditions relating to the assessment procedure provided for in section 10.2;
Not in force
(3)  determine the conditions a research project referred to in the second paragraph of section 8 must respect;
(4)  determine the obligations with which the director of a centre must comply;
(5)  prescribe the standards governing equipment, operation and the disposal of biological material, and any other standard governing assisted procreation activities that a centre must respect;
(6)  prescribe the information that a centre’s annual report must contain and the documents that must accompany the report;
(7)  establish subclasses of licences and, for each class and subclass of a licence, the conditions of issue, maintenance or renewal, as well as the information to be provided and the documents and reports to be produced within the time specified;
(8)  determine the assisted procreation activities on which information need not be kept permanently;
(9)  determine the provisions of a regulation under this Act the violation of which constitutes an offence; and
(10)  prescribe any measure to facilitate the application of this Act.
2009, c. 30, s. 30; 2015, c. 25, s. 7.
30. The Government may, by regulation,
(1)  determine the assisted procreation activities that may be carried out outside a centre for assisted procreation, and the conditions to be respected;
(2)  determine the conditions a person carrying out assisted procreation activities must respect, and the standards governing those activities, which may vary, in particular, with the age of the person resorting to those activities;
Not in force
(3)  determine the conditions a research project referred to in the second paragraph of section 8 must respect;
(4)  determine the obligations with which the director of a centre must comply;
(5)  prescribe the standards governing equipment, operation and the disposal of biological material, and any other standard governing assisted procreation activities that a centre must respect;
(6)  prescribe the information that a centre’s annual report must contain and the documents that must accompany the report;
(7)  establish subclasses of licences and, for each class and subclass of a licence, the conditions of issue, maintenance or renewal, as well as the information to be provided and the documents and reports to be produced within the time specified;
(8)  determine the assisted procreation activities on which information need not be kept permanently;
(9)  determine the provisions of a regulation under this Act the violation of which constitutes an offence; and
(10)  prescribe any measure to facilitate the application of this Act.
2009, c. 30, s. 30.