Regulations adopted under the Act respecting labour standards Regulation respecting personnel placement agencies and recruitment agencies for temporary foreign workers (chapter N-1.1, r. 0.1)
Regulation respecting personnel placement agencies and recruitment agencies for temporary foreign workers (chapter N-1.1, r. 0.1)
Chapter II - Licence (Sect. 4 to 26)
A licence holder wishing to renew the licence must apply to the Commission using the form provided by the Commission. The licence holder must also send to the Commission
(1) an attestation from Revenu Québec valid at the time the application is submitted showing that the licence holder has filed the returns and reports required under tax laws and does not have any overdue account with the Minister of Revenue or, if the licence holder does, the licence holder has reached a payment agreement and has been observing it, or the collection of the licence holder’s debts has been legally suspended; and
(2) a new declaration reporting any decision, order or de facto situation provided for in sections 10 and 11.
The licence holder is exempted from providing any other information or document already provided with a previous application, if the licence holder certifies that the information and documents are up-to-date. The licence holder specifies, where applicable, the amendments to be made to the information and sends, at the Commission’s request, the required documents that inform the Commission on the content of the decision, order or de facto situation mentioned in the new declaration required under this section.
The application for the renewal of a licence must be received by the Commission at least 60 days before its expiry. A licence is deemed to be valid so long as the Commission has not rendered a decision respecting the renewal application received within the time prescribed and its holder may continue to carry on activities.
O.C. 1148-2019, s. 15.