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S.M. 1996, c. 53: Table of Contents

S.M. 1996, c. 53

THE REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITIES AND CONSEQUENTIAL AMENDMENTS ACT


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PART 1
INTERPRETATION
1 Definitions
2(1) Purpose of Act
(2) Canada Health Act criteria
(3) Conflict with other legislation
PART 2
POWERS OF THE MINISTER
3(1) Provincial objectives and priorities
(2) Prescribed health services and standards
(3) Directions to regional health authorities
4 Provision of health services by minister
5(1) Agreements
(2) Agreements with health corporations
6 Expropriation by minister
7 Delegation by minister
PART 3
ESTABLISHMENT OF HEALTH REGIONS AND REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITIES
8(1) Establishment of health regions and regional health authorities
(2) Proposal and consultations
(3) Contents of regulation
9(1) Corporations continued as regional health authorities
(2) Effect of continuation
(3) Directors continued as first directors
10(1) Variation of health region or regional health authority
(2) Proposal and consultations
(3) Retroactive effect
PART 4
REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITIES
DIVISION 1
STRUCTURE AND ADMINISTRATION
11 Corporate status
12 Corporation without share capital
13 Applicability of The Corporations Act
14(1) Board of regional health authority
(2) Terms of office
(3) Vacancy
(4) Chairperson and executive members
15(1) First directors
(2) Terms of office of first directors
16 Remuneration and expenses of directors
17 Duties of directors
18(1) By-laws and policies
(2) Approval of by-laws by minister
(3) By-laws not effective until approved
(4) By-laws and policies open to public
19 Meetings
20 Quorum
21(1) Appointment of chief executive officer
(2) Responsibilities of chief executive officer
22 Officers and employees
DIVISION 2
RESPONSIBILITIES, DUTIES AND POWERS OF REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITIES
23(1) Responsibilities of regional health authority
(2) Duties of regional health authority
24(1) Proposed regional health plan
(2) Consultations
(3) Content of proposed regional health plan
(4) Approval of proposed regional health plan
(5) Action where plan is referred back
(6) Revisions and amendments
25 General powers of regional health authority
26 Power to provide additional health services
27 Powers respecting real property
28(1) Regional health authority to approve certain facilities
(2) Restrictions respecting sale of facilities
(3) Approval of minister
(4) Approval additional to other requirements
29(1) Regional health authority may require reports
(2) Form of reports
30(1) Reports to minister by regional health authority
(2) Form of reports
31 Agreements
32(1) District health advisory councils
(2) Composition of council
DIVISION 3
FINANCIAL MATTERS
33 Minister may provide funding to regional health authority
34 Grants or payments under other enactments
35 Minister may withhold payments to regional health authority
36 Regional health authority may withhold payments
37 Fiscal year of regional health authority
38(1) Annual report
(2) Content of annual report
39(1) Auditor
(2) Restrictions respecting appointment of auditor
40 Financial information
41 Limit on financial commitments
42 Financial responsibility for unfunded services
43(1) Borrowing
(2) Securities
44(1) Assignment of funds by regional health authority
(2) Assignment of funds by health corporation
DIVISION 4
AGREEMENT TO WIND UP CERTAIN HEALTH CORPORATIONS
45 Definition of "health corporation"
46(1) Agreement to transfer operations
(2) Content of agreement
(3) Apportionment of debt
(4) Approval of minister
47 Restrictions on activities of health corporation
48 Effect of agreement
49 Dissolution and disestablishment of health corporations
50 Use of grants, gifts, etc.
DIVISION 5
AMALGAMATION OF REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITIES
51(1) Proposal to amalgamate regional health authorities
(2) Content of proposal
(3) Consultations
(4) Expiration of proposal
(5) Establishment of new regional health authority
(6) Content of regulation
(7) Board
(8) Interim board
(9) Effect of amalgamation
DIVISION 6
APPOINTMENT OF OFFICIAL ADMINISTRATOR AND DISESTABLISHMENT OF REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITIES
52(1) Appointment of official administrator
(2) Powers of official administrator
(3) Directors cease to hold office
(4) Directors may continue to act
(5) Directors to assist official administrator
(6) Termination of appointment
53(1) Disestablishment of regional health authority
(2) Powers of person appointed to wind up affairs
(3) Effect of disestablishment
PART 5
GENERAL PROVISIONS
54 Duties and powers of health corporations, etc.
55 Approvals may be subject to conditions
56(1) Appointment of inspectors by minister
(2) Power to enter, inspect and require production
(3) Use of data processing system and copying equipment
(4) Assistance to inspectors
(5) Warrant by justice
57 Confidentiality of information
58 Protection from liability
59 Regulations by Lieutenant Governor in Council
60 Regulations by minister
61(1) Regulations may create categories
(2) Regulations may incorporate by reference
PART 6
TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS RESPECTING LABOUR RELATIONS AND EMPLOYEES
62(1) Definitions
(2) Labour Relations Act definitions
63(1) Appointment of commission
(2) Chairperson
(3) Knowledge and experience of commissioners
(4) Consultation regarding appointment
(5) Term of appointment
(6) Remuneration
(7) Expenses
(8) Recommendations
64 Considerations
65(1) Recommendations re bargaining units and bargaining agents
(2) Further submissions
(3) Reconsideration, etc. by commission
66 Vote
67 Interim collective agreement
68(1) Further recommendations
(2) Additional considerations
69 Powers under Part V of The Evidence Act
70 Recommendations to be reported to the minister
71(1) New collective agreement
(2) Where new collective agreement not reached
72(1) Implementation of recommendations
(2) Regulations
73 Included in bargaining unit
74(1) General jurisdiction
(2) Judicial review
75 Conflict with Labour Relations Act
76(1) Effect of regulation
(2) Regulation may be retroactive
(3) Regulations Act does not apply
77 Jurisdiction of Manitoba Labour Board
78(1) Transfer of employees in civil service
(2) Application of Civil Service Superannuation Act
(3) Status of transferred employees
(4) Application of Labour Relations Act
79 Repeal
End of Part 6
PART 7
CONSEQUENTIAL AMENDMENTS AND COMING INTO FORCE
The District Health and Social Services Act
80(1) C.C.S.M. c. H26 amended
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(3) Limitation respecting establishment of districts
(7)
(8)
10 Restriction on repeal
(9)
(10)
19(1) Authorized health services
(2) Authorized social services
(3) Agreements
(11)
(12)
21(1) Board may engage employees and others
(2) Authorized charges for services
(13)
22(1) Powers respecting real property
(2) Restrictions respecting sale
(3) Minister's approval required
(14)
23(1) Grants, gifts, etc.
(2) Purchase of equipment
(3) Minister's approval required
(15)
24(1) Borrowing
(2) Securities
(3) Investments
(16)
24.1 Approvals may be subject to conditions
(17)
(18)
35(1) Apportionment of debts
(2) Payment by affected municipalities
(19)
(20)
The Health Services Act
81(1) C.C.S.M. c. H30 amended
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(2) Limitation respecting establishment of districts
(8)
(11) Limitation respecting apportionment
(9)
(10)
53.1(1) Authorized health services
(2) Authorized social services
(11)
54(1) Apportionment of expenditures and debts
(2) Payment by included municipalities
(12)
(13)
(14)
(15)
(7) Disposition of excess revenue
(16)
(17)
57(1) Levy of hospital taxes to pay apportionment
(18)
(19)
(20)
(21)
59(1) Borrowing
(2) Securities
(22)
59.1(1) Purchase of equipment
(2) Minister's approval required
(23)
60(1) Powers respecting real property
(2) Restrictions respecting sale
(3) Minister's approval required
(24)
61(1) Grants, gifts, etc.
(2) Investments
(25)
61.1 Approvals may be subject to conditions
(26)
(27)
(28)
64 Grants by municipality to pay apportionment
(29)
(30)
(2) Submission of supplementary scheme
(2.1) Approval of scheme
(2.2) Approval by by-law
(31)
(32)
(33)
(34)
(3) Use of revenue
(35)
The Health Services Insurance Act
82(1) C.C.S.M. c. H35 amended
(2)
(3)
48(1) Right to payment for hospital services
(2) No charge to insured person
(4)
(2.1) Payments to regional health authority
(5)
(3.1) Withholding of payments where hospital is in a health region
(6)
(2) Effect of making payments to regional health authority
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
64 Rates of payments to hospitals and personal care homes in health regions
(11)
(12)
70(1) Restrictions respecting sale of facilities
(2) Regional health authority requires approval of minister
(3) Approvals may be subject to conditions
The Hospitals Act
83(1) C.C.S.M. c. H120 amended
(2)
(3)
(2) Hospitals in health regions
(4)
(2) Enactment of by-laws
(5)
(4) Approval of by-laws, etc.
(6)
(5) Restrictions on approval by regional health authority
(6) By-law, etc. has no force or effect
(7)
(8)
(2.1) Auditor where operator is regional health authority
(9)
(5) Not applicable to hospital in health region
(10)
(3) Inspection of hospitals in health regions
(11)
14.1 Sections do not apply to hospital in health region
(12)
(13)
The Hospital Capital Financing Authority Act
84(1) C.C.S.M. c. H125 amended
(2)
(3)
(4)
The Public Health Act
85(1) C.C.S.M. c P210 amended
(2)
(3)
(4)
4(1) Appointment of medical officers of health and deputy medical officers
(2) Appointment for City of Winnipeg
(3) Duties and powers of deputy medical officer of health
(4) Remuneration and dismissal
(5)
(8) Duly qualified medical practitioner
(6)
(2) Conference expenses
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
10(1) Appointment of public health nurses by municipality
(2) Appointment of public health nurses by regional health authority
(3) Registered nurse
(4) Remuneration
(11)
(12)
(3) Responsibility of regional health authority
The Vulnerable Persons Living with a Mental Disability and Consequential Amendments Act
86
87 C.C.S.M. reference
88(1) Coming into force
(2) Coming into force: Part 6