V-6.1 - Act respecting Northern villages and the Kativik Regional Government

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40. (1)  The municipality shall pay to the mayor, as remuneration for all his services in every capacity to the municipality, a minimum annual sum computed according to the population of the municipality at the rate of $0.40 per inhabitant. Nevertheless, the mayor shall in no case so receive an annual sum of less than $400.
(2)  The municipality shall pay for the same purposes to each councillor a minimum annual sum computed according to the population of the municipality at the rate of $0.20 per inhabitant. Nevertheless, a councillor shall in no case so receive an annual sum of less than $200.
(2.1)  Every member of the council shall receive, in addition to the remuneration provided for in subsection 1 or 2 or in a by-law passed under subsection 5, an indemnity equal to one-half of the amount of that remuneration, up to the maximum amount prescribed in section 19 of the Act respecting the remuneration of elected municipal officers (chapter T-11.001).
The indemnity shall be paid to defray the part of the expenses incident to the discharge of the member’s duties and that are not reimbursed to the member pursuant to subsection 4.
(3)  The council shall determine by resolution the terms of payment of such sums.
(4)  The council may also authorize the payment of the expenses actually incurred by a member of the council on behalf of the municipality, provided that they have been authorized by resolution of the council.
(5)  No other remuneration, allowance or benefit shall be paid to a mayor or councillor. However, remuneration in an amount greater than that provided for in subsection 1 and 2 may be provided for in a by-law passed by the vote of 2/3 of the members of the council and submitted for approval to the electors. Approval by the Government, the Minister or the Commission municipale du Québec shall not be required. The by-law may be retroactive to 1 January of the year in which it comes into force. The by-law may provide for additional remuneration for the office of acting mayor and specify the conditions the office holder must satisfy to be entitled to the remuneration ; the amount of the remuneration paid to the office holder shall not exceed the remuneration paid to the office holder as a councillor for the same period.
1978, c. 87, s. 40; 1996, c. 2, s. 1105; 1996, c. 77, s. 62; 1999, c. 59, s. 43; 2017, c. 132017, c. 13, s. 228.
40. (1)  The municipality shall pay to the mayor, as remuneration for all his services in every capacity to the municipality, a minimum annual sum computed according to the population of the municipality at the rate of $0.40 per inhabitant. Nevertheless, the mayor shall in no case so receive an annual sum of less than $400.
(2)  The municipality shall pay for the same purposes to each councillor a minimum annual sum computed according to the population of the municipality at the rate of $0.20 per inhabitant. Nevertheless, a councillor shall in no case so receive an annual sum of less than $200.
(2.1)  Every member of the council shall receive, in addition to the remuneration provided for in subsection 1 or 2 or in a by-law passed under subsection 5, an indemnity equal to one-half of the amount of that remuneration, up to the maximum amount prescribed in section 22 of the Act respecting the remuneration of elected municipal officers (chapter T-11.001).
The indemnity shall be paid to defray the part of the expenses incident to the discharge of the member’s duties and that are not reimbursed to the member pursuant to subsection 4.
(3)  The council shall determine by resolution the terms of payment of such sums.
(4)  The council may also authorize the payment of the expenses actually incurred by a member of the council on behalf of the municipality, provided that they have been authorized by resolution of the council.
(5)  No other remuneration, allowance or benefit shall be paid to a mayor or councillor. However, remuneration in an amount greater than that provided for in subsection 1 and 2 may be provided for in a by-law passed by the vote of 2/3 of the members of the council and submitted for approval to the electors. Approval by the Government, the Minister or the Commission municipale du Québec shall not be required. The by-law may be retroactive to 1 January of the year in which it comes into force. The by-law may provide for additional remuneration for the office of acting mayor and specify the conditions the office holder must satisfy to be entitled to the remuneration ; the amount of the remuneration paid to the office holder shall not exceed the remuneration paid to the office holder as a councillor for the same period.
1978, c. 87, s. 40; 1996, c. 2, s. 1105; 1996, c. 77, s. 62; 1999, c. 59, s. 43.
40. (1)  The municipality shall pay to the mayor, as remuneration for all his services in every capacity to the municipality, a minimum annual sum comp uted according to the population of the municipality at the rate of $0.40 per inhabitant. Nevertheless, the mayor shall in no case so receive an annual sum of less than $400.
(2)  The municipality shall pay for the same purposes to each councillor a minimum annual sum computed according to the population of the municipality at the rate of $0.20 per inhabitant. Nevertheless, a councillor shall in no case so receive an annual sum of less than $200.
(2.1)  Every member of the council shall receive, in addition to the remuneration provided for in subsection 1 or 2 or in a by-law passed under subsection 5, an indemnity equal to one-half of the amount of that remuneration, up to the maximum amount prescribed in section 22 of the Act respecting the remuneration of elected municipal officers (chapter T-11.001).
The indemnity shall be paid to defray the part of the expenses incident to the discharge of the member’s duties and that are not reimbursed to the member pursuant to subsection 4.
(3)  The council shall determine by resolution the terms of payment of such sums.
(4)  The council may also authorize the payment of the expenses actually incurred by a member of the council on behalf of the municipality, provided that they have been authorized by resolution of the council.
(5)  No other remuneration, allowance or benefit shall be paid to a mayor or councillor. However, remuneration in an amount greater than that provided for in subsection 1 and 2 may be provided for in a by-law passed by the vote of 2/3 of the members of the council and submitted for approval to the electors. Approval by the Government, the Minister or the Commission municipale du Québec shall not be required. The by-law may be retroactive to 1 January of the year in which it comes into force.
1978, c. 87, s. 40; 1996, c. 2, s. 1105; 1996, c. 77, s. 62.
40. (1)  The municipality shall pay to the mayor, as remuneration for all his services in every capacity to the municipality, a minimum annual sum computed according to the population of the municipality at the rate of an amount per inhabitant, not less than $0.40, determined from time to time by the Minister. Nevertheless, the mayor shall in no case so receive an annual sum of less than the amount, not less than $400, determined by the Minister.
(2)  The municipality shall pay for the same purposes to each councillor a minimum annual sum computed according to the population of the municipality at the rate of an amount per inhabitant, not less than $0.20, determined from time to time by the Minister. Nevertheless, a councillor shall in no case so receive an annual sum of less than the amount, not less than $200, determined by the Minister.
(3)  The council shall determine by resolution the terms of payment of such sums.
(4)  The council may also authorize the payment of the expenses actually incurred by a member of the council on behalf of the municipality, provided that they have been authorized by resolution of the council.
(5)  No other remuneration, allowance or benefit shall be paid to a mayor or councillor unless it has been authorized by a by-law passed by the vote of two-thirds of the members of the council and submitted for approval to the electors. Approval by the Government, the Minister or the Commission municipale du Québec shall not be required.
1978, c. 87, s. 40; 1996, c. 2, s. 1105.
40. (1)  The municipal corporation shall pay to the mayor, as remuneration for all his services in every capacity to the municipal corporation, a minimum annual sum computed according to the population of the municipality at the rate of an amount per inhabitant, not less than $0.40, determined from time to time by the Minister. Nevertheless, the mayor shall in no case so receive an annual sum of less than the amount, not less than $400, determined by the Minister.
(2)  The municipal corporation shall pay for the same purposes to each councillor a minimum annual sum computed according to the population of the municipality at the rate of an amount per inhabitant, not less than $0.20, determined from time to time by the Minister. Nevertheless, a councillor shall in no case so receive an annual sum of less than the amount, not less than $200, determined by the Minister.
(3)  The council shall determine by resolution the terms of payment of such sums.
(4)  The council may also authorize the payment of the expenses actually incurred by a member of the council on behalf of the municipal corporation, provided that they have been authorized by resolution of the council.
(5)  No other remuneration, allowance or benefit shall be paid to a mayor or councillor unless it has been authorized by a by-law passed by the vote of two-thirds of the members of the council and submitted for approval to the electors. Approval by the Government, the Minister or the Commission municipale du Québec shall not be required.
1978, c. 87, s. 40.