M-30.001 - Act respecting the Ministère du Développement durable, de l’Environnement et des Parcs

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15.2. The Minister is responsible for the management of the Fund, which he ensures with a view to sustainable development, efficiency and transparency.
To that end, the Minister gives priority to management centred on achieving the best results to ensure compliance with government principles, policy directions and objectives, in particular those set out in the climate change framework policy.
More specifically, the Minister
(1)  sees to it that the sums credited to the Fund are allocated to the purposes for which they are intended in accordance with section 15.1;
(2)  sees to it that the commitments made by the ministers and public bodies under the agreements referred to in section 15.4.3 and the mandates entrusted to them under that section are met;
(3)  prepares on a yearly basis, in collaboration with the Minister of Finance, a plan for the measures financed by the Fund, including in particular any transfers made under section 15.4.1, and an expenditures plan in that regard, in compliance with the government objectives established for that purpose;
(4)  makes any adjustments required to improve the Fund’s performance with respect to the uses to which it is specifically allocated; and
(5)  determines and makes public the performance indicators used to measure achievement of the results of the measures financed by the Fund.
2006, c. 3, s. 26; 2017, c. 4, s. 210; 2020, c. 19, s. 7.
15.2. The Minister is responsible for the Fund.
The Minister sees to it that the sums credited to the Fund for the matters referred to in the second paragraph of section 15.1 are allocated to measures that relate to those matters.
2006, c. 3, s. 26; 2017, c. 4, s. 210.
15.2. In managing the Fund, the Minister sees to it that the revenue derived from fees related to the use, management or purification of water provided for in section 31 of the Environment Quality Act (chapter Q‐2) are allocated to the funding of measures the Minister may take to ensure water governance, including measures to protect and develop water resources and measures to ensure that there is an adequate quality and quantity of water in a sustainable development perspective.
2006, c. 3, s. 26.