Act respecting labour standards Chapter IV - Larbour standards (Section 39.1 to 97)
Chapter IV - Larbour standards (Section 39.1 to 97)
Division VI.2 - Work performed by children (Section 84.2 to 84.7)
An employer who has work performed by a child must schedule the work so that, having regard to the location of the child’s family residence, the child may be at the family residence between 11 p.m. on any given day and 6 a.m. on the following day, except in the case of a child no longer subject to compulsory school attendance or in the cases, circumstances or periods or under the conditions determined by regulation of the Governement.
1999, c. 52, s. 11. ; O.C. 814-2000.
Section 35.2 of the Regulation respecting labour standards reads as follows:
"35.2 The requirement that an employer schedule a child's working hours so that, having regard to the location of the child's family residence, the child may be at that residence between 11 p.m. on any given day and 6 a.m. on the following day does not apply in the following cases, circumstances, periods or conditions:
- creation or interpretation in the following fields of artistic endeavour: the performing arts including theatre, opera, music, dance and variety entertainment, the making of films and records and other sound recordings, dubbing and the recording of commercials; and;
- work for a social or community organization, such as a summer camp or a recreational organization, if the working conditions involve lodging at the employer's establishment, provided the child is not required to attend school on the following day."