66 A pension scheme required for the purposes of section 26 of the Pension Benefits Standards Act 1985 is required as a type of pension scheme or fund within the meaning of section 12.1(2)(b) of that law. (b) any period of service for which the total amount to which an eligible employer relates for an employee under an agreement entered into under subsection 24.1(2) of the Act has not been paid by an employer; (i) if the period includes only full-time service, be counted, from the last part on that date, in the same proportion as the amount paid by the employer in the amount specified in the application for funds; or (4) Any amount paid by a donor who withdraws an election shall be used to pay the amount referred to in subsection 2 of this section, and the remainder shall be used to pay part of the period of service credited to the donor, the amount payable being calculated in accordance with the provisions of the Act under which the election was made, and the balance, if any, is refunded to the donor. 68 For the purposes of subsection 12.1(2) of the Act, where the transfer value determined in accordance with sections 61 to 65 exceeds the amount that may be transferred under section 8517 of the Income Tax Regulations to a pension plan, fund or financial institution for the purchase of an immediate or deferred annuity, The excess amount is paid to the contributor. (2) For the purposes of subsections b to d of the definition of service in subsection 3 paragraph 1 of the Act, a “police officer” is any person who is considered to be a police officer within the meaning of paragraph (b) of the definition of public safety profession in subsection 8500, paragraph 1 of the Income Tax Regulations. The RCMP Foundation (officially known as the Mounted Police Foundation) is an independent, self-funded and registered charity that supports community-based programs across Canada that benefit from the voluntary participation of the RCMP. The Foundation does not fund departments or members of the RCMP, nor does it fund central policing functions. (c) survivor mortality rates are the rates used for spouses in the preparation of the actuarial valuation report submitted to Parliament in accordance with section 45 of the Public Service Superannuation Act, taking into account the mortality projection factors set out in the report; (1.3) A donor who withdraws an election in the circumstances described in paragraph (1)(d) or (e) is deemed to have made the same election on the day after the day after the donor received the inaccurate or misleading information. (2) If a person who has been required to pay an amount under paragraph 1 has not paid the amount within 30 days after the day on which the application was made, the Minister may deduct the amount from the person`s pension, annual supplement or additional benefit in monthly instalments approximately equal to ten per cent of the gross monthly amount of the pension. Annual allowance or supplementary benefit. Part-time member: a member of the police force who employs on average at least the number of hours worked per week as defined in paragraph 1 of subsection 5.2, but who is not a full-time member.
(member à temps partie) 25 In the case of a person who, after leaving the force, is convicted of an offence committed while a member of the force, any pension, annual allowance or annuity payable to or in respect of that person under Part I of the Act or Part V of the former Act, may be reduced by the Treasury if, in its opinion, the commission of the offence constitutes misconduct in the performance of his duties as a member of the police. Actuarial equivalent: The annual amount of the allowance that begins at a certain age and is payable for life, and at that age, is equal to an annual pension amount of $1,000 payable for life at age 60. 9.06 (1) A donor who determines that the donor should continue to pay instalments to undue financial hardship that was not foreseeable at the time of the election may triple the length of the period selected in accordance with clause a of subsection 9 (2) to a maximum of 15 years. 30 (1) For the purposes of paragraph 29(1)(b) of the Act, interest shall be calculated for each quarter of each taxation year beginning on the last day of June, September, December and March on the balance of the pension insurance account on the last day of the preceding quarter. Section 57 (1) Subject to subsection (2) and section 58, a donor who left the force before the day on which this section comes into force and who wishes to exercise an option on a transfer value shall do so on or before the later date. (i) where the contributor has received inaccurate or misleading information from an authorized advisor who normally provides information on matters such as the amount to be paid or the consequences of the choice on the contributor`s services and has acted on that information when making the selection, or This information is collected for the purposes of the RCSA.