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The Municipal Council Conflict of Interest Act

C.C.S.M. c. M255

The Municipal Council Conflict of Interest Act

1 (1) Definitions
(2) Registered common-law relationship
2 (1) Subsidiary corporation
(2) Control
(3) Subsidiary includes subsidiaries
3 (1) City of Winnipeg
(2) Repealed
4 (1) Indirect pecuniary interest
(2) Exception for indemnity or expenses
(3) No pecuniary interest in certain transactions
(4) Presumption of indirect pecuniary liability
(5) Interest or liability must be significant
(6) Appointments
(7) Employees of public bodies
(8) Contribution to municipal budget
5 (1) Disclosure during meetings
(2) All official meetings included
(3) Absence from meeting
6 (1) Record of compliance
(2) Central record of disclosures
(3) Information disclosed at open meeting
(4) Information disclosed at closed meeting
(5) Central record open to public
7 (1) Reduced quorum
(2) Application to Municipal Board
(3) Order of Municipal Board
(4) Referral to city council
8 Voidability of transaction or procedure
9 (1) Annual statement of assets and interests
(2) Notification of failure to comply
(3) Further statement after acquisition or disposal
10 Assets and interests which must be disclosed
11 General exemptions
12 Continuing disclosure
13 (1) Statements available to public
(2) November 2009 statements and beyond
14 Insider information
15 Compensation for services
16 Use of influence
17 (1) Right to appear
(2) "Meeting" defined
(3) No right to vote
18 (1) Disqualification for violation
(2) Disqualification for failure to file statement
(3) Effect on other business
19 Application by clerk to Q.B.
20 (1) Application by elector to Q.B.
(2) Affidavit and security for application
(3) Summary dismissal or authorizing of application
21 (1) Disposition after hearing
(2) Penalty for violation
22 Unknowing or inadvertent breach
23 Election not to preclude application
24 Application for restitution
25 (1) Limitation period for declaration
(2) Limitation period for order of restitution
26 No other proceedings
27 Summary Convictions Act not to apply