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      B.C. Reg. 235/2019
      O.C. 596/2019
      Deposited November 25, 2019
      effective May 4, 2020
      This consolidation is current to June 9, 2020.
      Link to consolidated regulation (PDF)

      Lobbyists Transparency Act

      Lobbyists Transparency Regulation

      Contents
      1Definition
      2Prescribed positions — former public office holders
      3Prescribed Provincial entities
      4Prescribed criteria for relevant code of conduct
      5Prescribed criteria for determination of time
      6Prescribed amount for gift-giving prohibition
      7Prescribed amount for contributions toward lobbying activity
      8Prescribed information for registration return — intended outcome
      9Prescribed information for registration return — organization for relevant code of conduct
      10Prescribed positions — senior public office holders
      11Prescribed information for monthly return — date of gift or benefit and intended outcome
      12Receipt of returns or documents
      13Subsequent submission of returns and other documents
      14Prescribed provisions — monetary administrative penalties and prohibitions
      15Notice and service under the Act
      Appendix

      Definition

      1 ? In this regulation, "Act" means the Lobbyists Transparency Act.

      Prescribed positions — former public office holders

      2 ? (1) For the purposes of paragraph (c) (iii) of the definition of "former public office holder" in section 1 (1) [interpretation] of the Act, the following positions in a Provincial entity are prescribed:

      (a) the most senior or next most senior ranking executive position of a Provincial entity listed in the Appendix of this regulation;

      (b) the chair or vice chair of, or the equivalent position in, the governing body of a Provincial entity listed in the Appendix of this regulation.

      (2) If more than one individual formerly occupied a position that is equivalent to a position referred to in subsection (1) (a) or (b), each of those individuals is deemed to have occupied the position referred to in that subsection.

      Prescribed Provincial entities

      3 ? For the purposes of the definition of "Provincial entity" in section 1 (1) of the Act,

      (a) subject to paragraph (b), the following Provincial entities are prescribed:

      (i) the Workers' Compensation Board;

      (ii) the entities that make up the government reporting entity within the meaning of the Budget Transparency and Accountability Act, except the government as reported through the consolidated revenue fund, and

      (b) the Provincial entities listed in the Appendix of this regulation are prescribed when used for the purposes of the following provisions:

      (i) paragraph (c) (iii) of the definition of "former public office holder" in section 1 (1) of the Act;

      (ii) section 1 (3) (d) of the Act.

      Prescribed criteria for relevant code of conduct

      4 ? For the purposes of paragraph (c) of the definition of "relevant code of conduct" in section 1 (1) of the Act, the prescribed criterion is that there is an organization responsible for the administration of the code of conduct.

      Prescribed criteria for determination of time

      5 ? For the purposes of prescribing criteria under section 11 (2) (a.6) [power to make regulations] of the Act for the determination of time spent lobbying under section 1 (4) of the Act, the determination of time spent lobbying includes all time spent on activities, including preparation, that are directly related to carrying out a lobbying activity.

      Prescribed amount for gift-giving prohibition

      6 ? For the purposes of section 2.4 (2) (b) [gift-giving prohibition] of the Act, the prescribed amount is $100.

      Prescribed amount for contributions toward lobbying activity

      7 ? For the purposes of section 4 (1) (g.3) (i) [form and content of return] of the Act, the prescribed amount is $1?000.

      Prescribed information for registration return — intended outcome

      8 ? For the purposes of section 4 (1) (p) of the Act, the prescribed information is the intended outcome of each lobbying activity.

      Prescribed information for registration return — organization for relevant code of conduct

      9 ? For the purposes of section 4 (1.2) (b) (ii) of the Act, the prescribed information is the name and contact information of the organization responsible for the administration of the relevant code of conduct.

      Prescribed positions — senior public office holders

      10 ? (1) Subject to subsection (2), for the purposes of paragraph (h) of the definition of "senior public office holder" in section?4.2?(1) [form and content of monthly returns] of the Act, the following positions are prescribed:

      (a) the most senior or next most senior ranking executive position of a Provincial entity;

      (b) the chair or vice chair of, or the equivalent position in, the governing body of a Provincial entity.

      (2) If more than one individual occupies a position that is equivalent to a position referred to in subsection (1) (a) or (b), each of those individuals is deemed to occupy the position referred to in that subsection.

      Prescribed information for monthly return — date of gift or benefit and intended outcome

      11 ? For the purposes of section 4.2 (2) (h) of the Act, the following information is prescribed:

      (a) the date on which a gift or benefit referred to in section 4.2 (2) (g) of the Act was given and accepted or promised to be given, as applicable;

      (b) the intended outcome of each lobbying activity.

      Receipt of returns or documents

      12 ? (1) For the purposes of section 6 (2) [submission of documents in electronic or other form] of the Act, a return or other document that is received by the registrar in electronic or other form is deemed to be received at the time it is date stamped by the office of the registrar.

      (2) A return or other document that is received by the registrar in paper form by mail or physical delivery after 5 p.m. on a business day is deemed to be received on the next business day.

      Subsequent submission of returns and other documents

      13 ? (1) If a return or other document is submitted to, or filed with, the registrar and the return or other document requires correction, section?7?(4) to (7) [designation and functions of registrar] of the Act applies to the refusal of the return or other document, which corrected return or other document is to be filed or submitted within the reasonable extension of time allowed by the registrar.

      (2) Section 6 of the Act and section 12 of this regulation apply if a return or other document referred to in subsection (1) of this section is submitted in electronic or other form.

      Prescribed provisions — monetary administrative penalties and prohibitions

      14 ? For the purposes of section 7.2 (2) [hearing and administrative penalty] of the Act, the following are prescribed provisions of the Act:

      (a) section 2.1 (2) [contracting prohibition];

      (b) section 2.2 [lobbying prohibition];

      (c) section 2.4 [gift-giving prohibition];

      (d) section 3 (1) and (3) [requirement to file return];

      (e) section 4 (1) and (1.2) [form and content of return];

      (f) section 4.1 [requirement to file monthly return];

      (g) section 4.2 [form and content of monthly returns].

      Notice and service under the Act

      15 ? (1) Any notice or other thing that, under the Act, must be given to or served on a person may be given or served by registered mail sent to the last known address of the person.

      (2) If a notice or other thing under the Act is sent by registered mail to the last known address of the person, the notice or other thing is deemed to be given to or served on the person to whom it is addressed on the 14th day after deposit with Canada Post unless the person received actual service before that day.

      Appendix

      ItemProvincial Entity
      1A board of education or a francophone education authority, as defined in section 1 (1) of the School Act
      2BC Financial Services Authority
      3BC Games Society
      4BC Immigrant Investment Fund Ltd.
      5B.C. Pavilion Corporation
      6BC Transportation Financing Authority
      7BCNET
      8British Columbia Assessment Authority
      9British Columbia Council for International Education
      10British Columbia Enterprise Corporation
      11British Columbia Housing Management Commission
      12British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority
      13British Columbia Institute of Technology
      14British Columbia Lottery Corporation
      15British Columbia Public School Employers' Association
      16British Columbia Railway Company
      17British Columbia Securities Commission
      18British Columbia Transit
      19Camosun College
      20Canadian Blood Services
      21Capilano University
      22College of New Caledonia
      23College of the Rockies
      24Columbia Basin Trust
      25Columbia Power Corporation
      26Community Living British Columbia
      27Community Social Services Employers' Association of British Columbia
      28Creston Valley Wildlife Management Authority Trust Fund
      29Crown Corporations Employers' Association
      30Destination BC Corp.
      31Douglas College
      32Emily Carr University of Art and Design
      33First Peoples' Heritage, Language and Culture Council
      34Forest Enhancement Society of British Columbia
      35Forest Innovation Investment Ltd.
      36Fraser Health Authority
      37Health Employers Association of British Columbia
      38Industry Training Authority
      39Innovate BC
      40Insurance Corporation of British Columbia
      41Interior Health Authority
      42Justice Institute of BC
      43Knowledge Network Corporation
      44Kwantlen Polytechnic University
      45Langara College
      46Legal Services Society
      47Louis Brier Home and Hospital
      48Menno Hospital
      49Mount St. Mary Hospital
      50Nechako-Kitamaat Development Fund Society
      51Nicola Valley Institute of Technology
      52Nisga'a Valley Health Authority
      53North Island College
      54Northern Health Authority
      55Northern Lights College
      56Northwest Community College
      57Oil and Gas Commission
      58Okanagan College
      59Organized Crime Agency of British Columbia Society
      60Partnerships British Columbia Inc.
      61Post-Secondary Employers' Association
      62Providence Health Care Society
      63Provincial Health Services Authority
      64Provincial Rental Housing Corporation
      65Real Estate Council of British Columbia
      66Real Estate Foundation of British Columbia
      67Royal British Columbia Museum Corporation
      68Royal Roads University
      69Selkirk College
      70Simon Fraser University
      71St. Joseph's General Hospital
      72St. Michael's Centre
      73Thompson Rivers University
      74Trades Training Consortium of British Columbia
      75Transportation Investment Corporation
      76University of British Columbia
      77University of Northern British Columbia
      78University of the Fraser Valley
      79University of Victoria
      80Vancouver Coastal Health Authority
      81Vancouver Community College
      82Vancouver Island Health Authority
      83Vancouver Island University
      84Workers' Compensation Board

      [Provisions relevant to the enactment of this regulation: Lobbyists Transparency Act, S.B.C. 2001, c. 42, s. 11.]

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