Bc Transit Collective Agreement

„public passenger transport system“, a public passenger transport system by any means operated in one or two parts of a municipality and a regional transport sector (2) where a regional transport commission, in accordance with points 12 or 13, is required to contribute to a portion of the annual costs of a public passenger transport system; the Commission must carry out one of the following measures: 26 (1) The Deputy Governor of the Council may exempt any company directly or indirectly owned by the Government from the possibility of practising in a commune in which a rail transport system is provided, with regard to the construction or acquisition of a railway system or the operation of a public passenger transport system. , to acquire, build or build, maintain or exploit any power that a municipality authorized to build, build and maintain motorways may exercise in the execution of this authorization, a public system of transport of passengers and goods by rail; „enterprise agreement,“ an agreement between the public authority and a person appointed by the Minister that respects the operation of a public system for transporting persons by that person; 2. Each year in which a regional transit commission imposes taxes in accordance with Section 15, the municipality or the surveyor of the tax, as may be the case, may provide authority (a): (5) The Deputy Governor of the Council may, on the recommendation of the Authority, order a regional constituency to assume, modify or terminate a transit function and, in spite of the Local Government Act, grant or limit or impose conditions on the property, functions, obligations, powers and obligations of a regional district, despite the local administration law. (2) Despite the Community Charter, the Local Government Act or the Vancouver Charter, a municipality may enter into an agreement with the necessary authority for the purposes of this Act, without the consent of the electorate or the consent of the electorate. BC Transit Communications 250-880-1303 Media@bctransit.com review and ratification of the agreement by 333 Unifor members and the BC Transit Board of Directors will take place in the coming weeks. 2. If the Deputy Governor of the Council considers that a rail transit system has been put into service and generates revenue, the Deputy Governor of the Council may, on the recommendation of the Authority, order that the railway system be a public passenger transport system in all respects, on the date on which the Deputy Governor of the Council presents himself to the Council. 16 (1) The municipality or tax surveyor, as the case may be, must collect the taxes covered by Section 15 in a commune or rural area if the taxes have been imposed by a regional transit commission in accordance with this section.