3.8. Notwithstanding any other legislative provision, Canadian intergovernmental agreements must, to be valid, be approved by the Government and be signed by the Minister.
The Minister may authorize, in writing, any person to sign a Canadian intergovernmental agreement on behalf of the Minister; that person’s signature shall have the same effect as the Minister’s signature. The authorization may pertain to a specific agreement or a class of agreements.
1984, c. 47, s. 110; 2002, c. 60, s. 5.