R-24.0.1 - Act respecting the representation of certain home childcare providers and the negotiation process for their group agreements

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13. The Tribunal grants recognition if it is satisfied that the membership of the applicant association comprises an absolute majority of the home childcare providers operating in the territory and that the other conditions set out in this Act have been met.
If between 35% and 50% of the home childcare providers operating in the territory are members of the association, the Tribunal holds a secret ballot to ensure that the association is truly representative. The Tribunal grants recognition to the association if it obtains an absolute majority of the votes of the home childcare providers operating in the territory and meets the other conditions set out in this Act.
2009, c. 36, s. 13; 2015, c. 15, s. 237.
13. The Commission grants recognition if it is satisfied that the membership of the applicant association comprises an absolute majority of the home childcare providers operating in the territory and that the other conditions set out in this Act have been met.
If between 35% and 50% of the home childcare providers operating in the territory are members of the association, the Commission holds a secret ballot to ensure that the association is truly representative. The Commission grants recognition to the association if it obtains an absolute majority of the votes of the home childcare providers operating in the territory and meets the other conditions set out in this Act.
2009, c. 36, s. 13.