S-2.2, r. 2.1 - Minister’s Regulation under the Public Health Act

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9. The certificate of death must contain the following information:
(1)  concerning the deceased person:
(a)  surname and given names;
(b)  age;
(c)  weight at birth if the person was under 7 days of age at the time of death;
(d)  the date and province or country of birth;
(e)  sex;
(f)  health insurance number, where applicable;
(g)  domicile address;
(h)  language spoken;
(i)  civil status;
(j)  if the person was married or in a civil union, the surname, given names and age of the spouse;
(k)  surname and given names of the person’s father and mother;
(2)  concerning the death:
(a)  the date and time of the death;
(b)  the address of the location where the death occurred and, if the death occurred or is pronounced in a facility maintained by a health and social services institution, the name and code of the facility;
(c)  the cause that directly provoked the death and any other cause that contributed to the death;
(d)  in the case of a violent death, an indication that it is an accident, a suicide or a homicide, as the case may be, and the identification of the location and circumstances of the death;
(e)  in the case of a woman, an indication that the death occurred or not during a pregnancy or within 42 days of the end of a pregnancy;
(f)  an indication that the coroner has been notified or not of the death under section 34 of the Act respecting the determination of the causes and circumstances of death (chapter R-0.2);
(3)  concerning the body:
(a)  an indication that the deceased person was suffering or not from a reportable intoxication, infection or disease and, where applicable, the identification thereof;
(b)  an indication that there is presence or not of radioisotopes;
(c)  an indication that an autopsy was performed or not;
(d)  if an autopsy was performed, an indication that the causes of death indicated in the certificate take into account or not the results of the autopsy;
(e)  if a funeral services business took charge of the body:
i.  the date of the taking charge;
ii.  the name, address and licence number of the funeral services business;
iii.  the name of the representative of the funeral services business that took charge of the body and the representative’s signature;
(f)  the method of disposing of the body.
2019-012M.O. 2019-012, s. 9.
In force: 2019-10-17
9. The certificate of death must contain the following information:
(1)  concerning the deceased person:
(a)  surname and given names;
(b)  age;
(c)  weight at birth if the person was under 7 days of age at the time of death;
(d)  the date and province or country of birth;
(e)  sex;
(f)  health insurance number, where applicable;
(g)  domicile address;
(h)  language spoken;
(i)  civil status;
(j)  if the person was married or in a civil union, the surname, given names and age of the spouse;
(k)  surname and given names of the person’s father and mother;
(2)  concerning the death:
(a)  the date and time of the death;
(b)  the address of the location where the death occurred and, if the death occurred or is pronounced in a facility maintained by a health and social services institution, the name and code of the facility;
(c)  the cause that directly provoked the death and any other cause that contributed to the death;
(d)  in the case of a violent death, an indication that it is an accident, a suicide or a homicide, as the case may be, and the identification of the location and circumstances of the death;
(e)  in the case of a woman, an indication that the death occurred or not during a pregnancy or within 42 days of the end of a pregnancy;
(f)  an indication that the coroner has been notified or not of the death under section 34 of the Act respecting the determination of the causes and circumstances of death (chapter R-0.2);
(3)  concerning the body:
(a)  an indication that the deceased person was suffering or not from a reportable intoxication, infection or disease and, where applicable, the identification thereof;
(b)  an indication that there is presence or not of radioisotopes;
(c)  an indication that an autopsy was performed or not;
(d)  if an autopsy was performed, an indication that the causes of death indicated in the certificate take into account or not the results of the autopsy;
(e)  if a funeral services business took charge of the body:
i.  the date of the taking charge;
ii.  the name, address and licence number of the funeral services business;
iii.  the name of the representative of the funeral services business that took charge of the body and the representative’s signature;
(f)  the method of disposing of the body.
2019-012M.O. 2019-012, s. 9.