Actual Term date: The element ends as of Termination Date Last Standard Process date: The element ends as of the pay period end date on or after the termination date Final Close Date: The element ends as of the final settlement date mentioned, as per the termination record.
This enables an element to be entered more than once in one pay period.
However, we can change it if any specific requirement forces it to be updated. However the actual places where the values are stored / recorded by the elements are known as Input Values.
A foreign private issuer will be deemed to comply with this Item if it provides the information required by Items 6. E.2 of Form 20-F ( 17 CFR 249.220f), with more detailed information provided if otherwise made publicly available or required to be disclosed by the issuer's home jurisdiction or a market in which its securities are listed or traded.
We’ll check out the school and add them to the list if appropriate.
The Institute offers art therapy services to children, youth and adults, an accredited two year post-baccalaureate Art Therapy diploma program and professional development opportunities in expressive arts therapies and ecological identity.Below is a list of graduate and undergraduate schools and programs in Canada.If you know of any schools or programs that should be added to the list, please leave a comment below.and West Coast Express Ltd.;"supplement" means a supplemental plan within the meaning of section 200 of the Act before the repeal of that section;"supplementary fare increase" means an increase in the short term fare that may be assessed in any fiscal year for a revenue transit service if, after that increase, the short term fare for the revenue transit service will be greater than the targeted fare applicable to that revenue transit service in that fiscal year;"targeted fare", in relation to a revenue transit service in a fiscal year, means the short term fare assessed for that revenue transit service on April 1, 2008, increased, on the first day of each subsequent fiscal year to and including the first day of the year in question, by 2%, compounded annually;"taxing treaty first nation" has the same meaning as in the ;"ticketed amount" means, in relation to an infraction for which a ticket is issued under section 248, the aggregate of the following amounts:(a) the amount of the fine established in relation to the infraction by the fare collection bylaw;(b) any charges payable in conjunction with the fine amount;(c) any surcharges payable on or in relation to the fine amount;(d) any discounts on or in relation to the fine amount;(e) any interest payable on or in relation to any unpaid portion of the amounts referred to in paragraphs (a) to (c);"toll debt" means the portion of a designated toll that remains unpaid after the period established by bylaw of the authority for paying a designated toll has ended, and includes interest owing in relation to the unpaid portion of the designated toll;"toll device" means a device that(a) may be installed or carried in or on, or attached to, a motor vehicle, and(b) allows electronic identification of the person who is to pay a designated toll, or the account from which a designated toll is to be paid, arising from the motor vehicle's use of a part of a designated project;"toll reader" means equipment that detects toll devices;"transportation demand management" means strategies and programs that are designed to influence the demand for and choice of transportation services by the public;"transportation service region" means all municipalities and rural areas located in the Greater Vancouver Regional District, and includes any area added to the region under subsection (2);"transportation services" includes the services and facilities necessary for the establishment, maintenance and operation of a transportation system;"treaty first nation" means a treaty first nation that, under its final agreement, is participating in the authority.(2) Subject to subsection (3), the authority may enter into an agreement with a municipality, regional district or other entity that has jurisdiction over an area, to add that area to the transportation service region.(3) An agreement under subsection (2) does not come into effect until the agreement is(a) ratified by a resolution of the mayors' council on regional transportation,(b) ratified by the following resolution:(i) if the area to be added is within a municipality, a resolution of the council of the municipality;(ii) if the area to be added is all or part of a rural area within a regional district, a resolution of the board of the regional district;(iii) in the case of any other area, a resolution of the entity having jurisdiction over the area, and(c) approved by an order of the Lieutenant Governor in Council.(4) An agreement under subsection (2) may provide for the phasing in of transportation services and revenue collection measures over a period of not more than 10 years.(5) For the purposes of applying this Act in relation to a treaty first nation,(a) a reference to "municipality" or "municipalities" in the definitions of "independent transit service", "provincial highway system", "qualified individual" and "transportation service region" in subsection (1), in subsections (2) and (3) and in sections 4 (1) and (3), 5, 6 (2) (g) to (j), 15, 18, 20 to 24, 31 (1.2), 34 (1) (b), 44, 46 (4) (f) and 149 (1), in the definition of "eligible individual" in section 170 and in section 193 (5) must be read as including the treaty first nation or its treaty lands as the context requires,(b) the reference to "official community plans" in section 4 (1) (f) must be read as including land use plans or other documents of the treaty first nation having a similar purpose and effect as an official community plan,(c) a reference to "council" in subsection (3) (b) of this section and in section 21 (4) (b) must be read as including the governing body of the treaty first nation,(d) a reference to "bylaw" in sections 21 (4) and (5), 22 (2) and 24 (2) (b) must be read as including a law of the treaty first nation, and(e) the reference to "municipal bylaw" in section 22 (5) must be read as including a law of the treaty first nation.(6) For the purposes of applying this Act in relation to a taxing treaty first nation, a reference to "municipality" in sections 25 (9) and 135 must be read as including the taxing treaty first nation.(1) The authority is continued under the name "South Coast British Columbia Transportation Authority", consisting of the directors referred to in Part 8.(1.1) The Greater Vancouver Transportation Authority Police Service is continued under the name "South Coast British Columbia Transportation Authority Police Service" and the Greater Vancouver Transportation Authority Police Board is continued under the name "South Coast British Columbia Transportation Authority Police Board".(1.2) A reference to the Greater Vancouver Transportation Authority, the Greater Vancouver Transportation Authority Police Service or the Greater Vancouver Transportation Authority Police Board in any record, including, without limitation, in any security agreement, commercial paper, lease, licence, permit or other contract, instrument, document or certificate is deemed to be a reference to the South Coast British Columbia Transportation Authority, the South Coast British Columbia Transportation Authority Police Service or the South Coast British Columbia Transportation Authority Police Board respectively.(2) The does not apply to the authority, but, on request of the authority, the Lieutenant Governor in Council may order that one or more provisions of that Act apply to the authority.(3) The authority is not an agent of the government.(4) The authority may carry on business, and, without limiting this, may enter into contracts or other arrangements, adopt bylaws, pass resolutions, issue or execute any other record or sue or be sued under a name prescribed by regulation of the Lieutenant Governor in Council, and any contract, bylaw, resolution or other arrangement or record entered into, adopted, passed, issued or executed, as the case may be, and any suit brought, by the authority under the prescribed name is as valid and binding as it would be were it entered into, adopted, passed, issued, executed or brought by the authority under its own name.