Canadian Forces Employment Equity Regulations

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Canadian Forces Employment Equity Regulations

SOR/2002-421EMPLOYMENT EQUITY ACT
Registration 2002-11-21
Canadian Forces Employment Equity Regulations
P.C. 2002-1957  2002-11-21Whereas, pursuant to paragraph 4(1)(d) of the Employment Equity ActFootnote a, the Canadian Forces have been specified as a portion of the public sector employing one hundred or more employees by Order in Council P.C. 2002-1956 of November 21, 2002;
Return to footnote aS.C. 1995, c. 44
And whereas, pursuant to subsections 41(5) and (6) of that Act, the Governor in Council, on the recommendation of the Treasury Board and the Minister of Labour, after consultation with the Minister of National Defence, considers it necessary to make regulations to adapt the provisions of that Act to accommodate the Canadian Forces, taking into account their operational effectiveness;
Therefore, Her Excellency the Governor General in Council, on the recommendation of the Treasury Board and the Minister of Labour, pursuant to section 41 of the Employment Equity ActFootnote a, hereby makes the annexed Canadian Forces Employment Equity Regulations.Interpretation

Marginal note:Definitions

1 (1) The following definitions apply in these Regulations.

Act
Loi

Act means the Employment Equity Act. (Loi)

Canadian Forces member
membre des Forces canadiennes

Canadian Forces member means an individual described in subsection 4(1). (membre des Forces canadiennes)

military occupation
groupe professionnel militaire

military occupation means a military occupation set out in column 2 of Part 1 or 2 of Schedule 1. (groupe professionnel militaire)

military occupational group
catégorie professionnelle militaire

military occupational group means a military occupational group set out in column 1 of Part 1 or 2 of Schedule 1. (catégorie professionnelle militaire)

reporting period
période de rapport

reporting period means

(a) for the first report that the Chief of the Defence Staff provides to the President of the Treasury Board under subsections 21(3) and (4) of the Act, the period beginning on the day of the coming into force of these Regulations and ending on March 31, 2003; and
(b) for any subsequent report, the fiscal year preceding that report. (période de rapport)

Marginal note:Other definitions

(2) Unless otherwise provided, all words and expressions used in these Regulations have the same meaning as in the National Defence Act or the regulations made under that Act.

Marginal note:Definitions for the purposes of the Act

2 For the purposes of the Act insofar as it applies to the Canadian Forces,

employee
salarié

employee means a Canadian Forces member. (salarié)

hired
recrutement, engagement ou embauche

hired means enrolled as a Canadian Forces member under section 20 of the National Defence Act. (recrutement, engagement ou embauche)

occupational group
catégorie professionnelle

occupational group means a military occupational group. (catégorie professionnelle)

promoted
avancement ou promotion

promoted, in respect of a Canadian Forces member, means promoted under section 28 of the National Defence Act. (avancement ou promotion)

salary
rémunération

salary means the pay issued to Canadian Forces members at the rates and under the conditions prescribed under subsection 12(3) and section 35 of the National Defence Act. (rémunération)

terminated
cessation de fonctions ou cessation d’emploi

terminated has the same meaning as release in subsection 2(1) of the National Defence Act. (cessation de fonctions ou cessation d’emploi)

Purpose

Marginal note:Adaptation of the Act

3 (1) Pursuant to section 41 of the Act, the purpose of these Regulations is to adapt the provisions of the Act to accommodate the Canadian Forces, taking into account the need for their operational effectiveness.

Marginal note:Other regulations

(2) Unless otherwise indicated, no other regulations made under the Act apply to the Canadian Forces.

Marginal note:Members of the Forces

4 (1) The Act and these Regulations apply to Canadian Forces members — both officers and non-commissioned members — who are serving

(a) in the regular force; or
(b) in the reserve force and have been paid, as of March 31 in the reporting period, for 75 days or more of reserve service.

Marginal note:Special force

(2) The Act and these Regulations do not apply to Canadian Forces members who are serving in the special force.

General

Marginal note:Obligations of Chief of the Defence Staff

5 The Chief of the Defence Staff, acting within the scope of the Chief of the Defence Staff’s powers, duties and functions under section 18 of the National Defence Act, is responsible, in relation to the Canadian Forces,

(a) for carrying out the obligations of an employer under the Act; and
(b) for the application of these Regulations.

Marginal note:Scope of obligation

6 For the purposes of section 6 of the Act, the obligation to implement employment equity does not require the Chief of the Defence Staff

(a) to enrol, re-engage or promote persons without basing the enrolment, re-engagement or promotion on the requirements specified in section 7; or
(b) to undertake promotion campaigns or other measures to increase the degree of representation in the Canadian Forces of persons who do not meet the requirements specified in section 7.

Marginal note:Qualification or eligibility criteria

7 The enrolment, re-engagement or promotion of any person in the Canadian Forces shall be based on the following requirements, to the extent that they are consistent with the Canadian Human Rights Act:

(a) the applicable criteria in the regulations, orders and instructions made under sections 12 and 18 of the National Defence Act; and
(b) the liability to perform any lawful duty in accordance with section 33 of that Act.

Marginal note:Adaptation of section 8 of the Act

8 For the purposes of section 8 of the Act, the release of Canadian Forces members under an initiative to reduce the number of members of the Canadian Forces, or the number of members of any unit, element or military occupational group of the Canadian Forces, is not an employment barrier within the meaning of the Act.

Marginal note:Powers of the Commission and Tribunal

9 For the purposes of section 33 of the Act, the Canadian Human Rights Commission, its officers and any other person acting on behalf of or under the direction of the Commission, and the members of an Employment Equity Review Tribunal established under subsection 28(1) of the Act and any other person acting on behalf of or under the direction of such a Tribunal, may not, in exercising the powers conferred on the Commission or the Tribunal under sections 25 or 26 and 30 of the Act, respectively, give a direction or make an order that would

(a) require the Chief of the Defence Staff to enrol, re-engage or promote persons without basing the enrolment, re-engagement or promotion on the requirements specified in section 7; or
(b) otherwise prejudice the operational effectiveness of the Canadian Forces.

Collection of Workforce Information

Marginal note:Questionnaire

10 (1) Before preparing the employment equity plan required by section 10 of the Act, the Chief of the Defence Staff shall conduct a workforce survey by providing to each Canadian Forces member a workforce survey questionnaire that asks if the member is

(a) an aboriginal person;
(b) a member of a visible minority; or
(c) a person with a disability.

Marginal note:Additional questions

(2) The questionnaire may include additional questions relating to employment equity.

Marginal note:Information

(3) The questionnaire shall include the following information:

(a) the definitions aboriginal peoples, members of visible minorities and persons with disabilities as set out in section 3 of the Act, or a description of those expressions that is consistent with the definitions;
(b) the definition “designated groups” as set out in section 3 of the Act and the statement that a person may be a member of more than one designated group;
(c) a statement that responses to section 1 of the questionnaire, which relates solely to the identification of Canadian Forces members, are mandatory;
(d) a statement that responses to section 2 of the questionnaire by the Canadian Forces members are voluntary; and
(e) a statement containing the information referred to in section 14.

Marginal note:Form

11 A workforce survey questionnaire that contains questions and information substantially as set out in Schedule 2 shall be considered to satisfy the requirements of section 10.

Marginal note:Equity plan

12 When the Chief of the Defence Staff reviews the employment equity plan, the Chief of the Defence Staff is not required to conduct a new workforce survey if the previous survey results have been kept up to date in accordance with section 13.

Marginal note:Updating

13 The Chief of the Defence Staff shall keep the workforce survey results up to date

(a) by providing a workforce survey questionnaire

(i) to all new Canadian Forces members on their enrolment,
(ii) to any Canadian Forces member who wishes to change any information that they previously submitted on a questionnaire, or
(iii) to any Canadian Forces member who requests one;

(b) by making the necessary adjustments to the survey results to take into account the responses to a questionnaire referred to in paragraph (a); and
(c) by making the necessary adjustments to the survey results to take into account members of designated groups who have been released from the Canadian Forces.

Marginal note:Personal information

14 Information collected under sections 10 and 13 is personal information within the meaning of section 3 of the Privacy Act and shall not be used or disclosed except in accordance with that Act.

Workforce Analysis

Marginal note:Determination

15 (1) Based on the information collected under sections 10 and 13 and on relevant information contained in any other employment records of the Canadian Forces, the Chief of the Defence Staff shall conduct an analysis of the Canadian Forces workforce to determine

(a) for each military occupational group, the number of positions held by

(i) women,
(ii) aboriginal persons,
(iii) persons who are members of visible minorities, and
(iv) persons with disabilities; and

(b) the degree of underrepresentation of the persons referred to in paragraph (a) by comparing the representation of each designated group in each military occupational group to its representation within whichever of the following groups is the most appropriate as a basis of comparison, namely,

(i) the Canadian workforce, or
(ii) those segments of the Canadian workforce that are identifiable on the basis of qualification or eligibility criteria, including the requirements specified in section 7, and from which the Chief of the Defence Staff may reasonably be expected to draw Canadian Forces members.

Marginal note:Underrepresentation

(2) In making a determination under paragraph (1)(b), the Chief of the Defence Staff shall use

(a) the labour market information made available by the Minister of Labour under subsection 42(3) of the Act; and
(b) any other statistically-reliable information that is available to the public and that the Minister of Labour determines relevant.

Marginal note:Equity plan

(3) When the Chief of the Defence Staff reviews the employment equity plan, the Chief of the Defence Staff is not required to conduct a new workforce analysis if the results of the previous analysis are up to date as a result of periodic revisions that take into account the updating of the workforce survey results in accordance with section 13.

Marginal note:Powers and compliance audits

16 (1) In exercising any powers with respect to the application of the Act or these Regulations to the Canadian Forces, including the powers under sections 22 and 23 of the Act, the Canadian Human Rights Commission, its officers and any other person acting on behalf of or under the direction of the Commission shall take into account

(a) the fact that Canadian Forces members who may be members of one or more of the designated groups of aboriginal peoples, persons with disabilities and members of visible minorities, may choose not to identify themselves as such or not to agree to be identified as such;
(b) the enrolment, re-engagement and promotion requirements specified in section 7; and
(c) the need for the operational effectiveness of the Canadian Forces.

Marginal note:Member identification

(2) For greater certainty, in exercising any power or performing any duty or function under the Act or these Regulations, the Chief of the Defence Staff is subject to the obligation under subsection 25(1.3) of the Act not to identify individual members of the Canadian Forces who are members of designated groups and who have not identified themselves as such or agreed to be identified by the Canadian Forces as such.

Marginal note:Analysis summary

17 The Chief of the Defence Staff shall prepare a summary of the results of the workforce analysis for use in the preparation of the employment equity plan required by section 10 of the Act.

Review of Employment Systems, Policies and Practices

Marginal note:Determination

18 (1) If the workforce analysis conducted under section 15 indicates that there is underrepresentation of persons in designated groups in any military occupational group, the Chief of the Defence Staff shall review the Canadian Forces employment systems, policies and practices to determine whether any of them is an employment barrier against persons in designated groups.

Marginal note:Relevant matters

(2) To determine whether the employment systems, policies and practices that apply to those military occupational groups in which there is underrepresentation of persons in designated groups are employment barriers, the Chief of the Defence Staff shall review them with respect to

(a) recruitment, selection and enrolment;
(b) training and development;
(c) career management and promotions;
(d) re-engagement and release; and
(e) the reasonable accommodation of the special needs of persons in designated groups.

Marginal note:New systems

(3) If, following a review under subsection (2), the Chief of the Defence Staff implements new employment systems, policies and practices relating to the matters referred to in that subsection, the Chief of the Defence Staff shall also review the new employment systems, policies and practices in order to determine whether they are employment barriers against persons in designated groups.

Employment Equity Records

Marginal note:Contents of records

19 In accordance with section 17 of the Act, the Chief of the Defence Staff shall establish and maintain records that contain the following information:

(a) information indicating, for each Canadian Forces member, whether the member has identified themself as a member of one or more of the designated groups;
(b) the military occupation of each Canadian Forces member;
(c) the military rank of each Canadian Forces member as set out in column I of the schedule to the National Defence Act that determines that member’s salary;
(d) the promotion history of each Canadian Forces member;
(e) a copy of the workforce survey questionnaire that was provided to each Canadian Forces member and of any other information used in the workforce analysis;
(f) the summary of the results of the workforce analysis required by section 17;
(g) the measures undertaken in conducting the employment systems review;
(h) the employment equity plan of the Canadian Forces and the information used to prepare it;
(i) the measures undertaken to monitor the implementation of the employment equity plan in accordance with paragraph 12(b) of the Act; and
(j) the information provided to the Canadian Forces members in accordance with section 14 of the Act.

Marginal note:Retention of records after release

20 (1) Subject to subsection 6(3) of the Privacy Act and section 4 of the Privacy Regulations, the records containing the information referred to in paragraphs 19(a) to (d) shall be retained throughout the period during which the person to whom the records relate is employed as a Canadian Forces member and for two years after the date of their release.

Marginal note:Period of retention

(2) Subject to subsection 6(3) of the Privacy Act and section 4 of the Privacy Regulations, the records containing the information referred to in paragraphs 19(e) to (j) shall be retained for two years after the period covered by the employment equity plan to which the records relate.

Consultation

Marginal note:Consultation process

21 (1) The Chief of the Defence Staff shall consult Canadian Forces members, and may consult representatives of designated groups, to obtain their views on and assistance in any matter concerning

(a) the implementation of employment equity in the Canadian Forces workforce and the communication of matters relating to employment equity to Canadian Forces members; and
(b) the preparation, implementation and revision of the employment equity plan of the Canadian Forces.

Marginal note:Consultation mechanism

(2) The Chief of the Defence Staff shall establish a mechanism for consulting Canadian Forces members.

Compliance

Marginal note:Security requirement

22 (1) The Canadian Human Rights Commission, any of its officers and any other person acting on behalf of or under the direction of the Commission, as well as any member of an Employment Equity Review Tribunal established under subsection 28(1) of the Act and any other person acting on behalf of or under the direction of such a Tribunal, who receives or obtains information for the purposes of the Act shall satisfy, with respect to access to and use of that information,

(a) any requirements in the regulations, orders and instructions made under the National Defence Act that relate to the security of the places to be entered or the records, books of account or other documents to be examined; and
(b) any national security requirements.

Marginal note:Alternate means

(2) If the requirements referred to in subsection (1) restrict or limit access to information that is necessary for the application of the Act or these Regulations, the Chief of the Defence Staff shall provide other means, consistent with the regulations, orders and instructions made under the National Defence Act, that will permit the persons described in subsection (1) to carry out their responsibilities under the Act.

Reports

Marginal note:Report

23 The contents of the report required by subparagraphs 21(2)(a)(i), (iii) and (v) of the Act shall be provided using the forms in Schedules 3 to 15 for each reporting period.

Marginal note:Summary of representation

24 The Chief of the Defence Staff shall provide the information required by

(a) Part 1 of Schedule 5 with respect to the number and degree of representation of officers referred to in subsection 4(1) for the reporting period; and
(b) Part 2 of Schedule 5 with respect to the number and degree of representation of non-commissioned members referred to in subsection 4(1) for the reporting period.

Marginal note:Representation by category

25 The Chief of the Defence Staff shall provide the information required by

(a) Schedule 3 with respect to the number and degree of representation of Canadian Forces members referred to in paragraph 4(1)(a) for the reporting period; and
(b) Schedule 4 with respect to the number and degree of representation of Canadian Forces members referred to in paragraph 4(1)(b) for the reporting period.

Marginal note:Military occupational group

26 In the forms set out in Schedules 3 to 5 and 8 to 15, the Chief of the Defence Staff shall indicate the military occupational group of Canadian Forces members by referring to the military occupation that corresponds to the job performed by the members.

Marginal note:Representation by rank

27 The Chief of the Defence Staff shall provide the information required for the reporting period for each military rank set out in column I of the schedule to the National Defence Act

(a) in the form set out in Schedule 6, the number and degree of representation of Canadian Forces members referred to in paragraph 4(1)(a); and
(b) in the form set out in Schedule 7, the number and degree of representation of Canadian Forces members referred to in paragraph 4(1)(b).

Marginal note:Enrolment, promotion, re-engagement and release

28 (1) The Chief of the Defence Staff shall provide the information required for the reporting period with respect to the number and degree of representation of Canadian Forces members referred to in paragraph 4(1)(a)

(a) in the form set out in Schedule 8, for enrolments;
(b) in the form set out in Schedule 10, for promotions;
(c) in the form set out in Schedule 12, for re-engagements; and
(d) in the form set out in Schedule 14, for releases.

(2) The Chief of the Defence Staff shall provide the information required for the reporting period with respect to the number and degree of representation of Canadian Forces members referred to in paragraph 4(1)(b)

(a) in the form set out in Schedule 9, for enrolments;
(b) in the form set out in Schedule 11, for promotions;
(c) in the form set out in Schedule 13, for re-engagements; and
(d) in the form set out in Schedule 15, for releases.

Review

Marginal note:Review

29 After any amendment to the Employment Equity Act or at the end of a period not exceeding five years after the coming into force of these Regulations, and at the end of every five-year period after that, the Chief of the Defence Staff shall conduct a review of the provisions and operation of these Regulations, including the effect of the Regulations.

Coming into Force

Marginal note:Coming into force

30 These Regulations come into force on the day on which they are registered.

SCHEDULE I(Subsection 1(1))

PART 1
Military Occupational Groups — Officers

Item
Column 1
Column 2

Military Occupational Group
Military Occupation

1
General Officers

General Officer

General Officer Specialist

2
Naval Operations

Maritime Surface and Subsurface

Naval Control of Shipping

3
Maritime Engineering
Maritime Engineering

4
Combat Arms

Armour

Armour — Reconnaissance

Artillery

Infantry

Engineers

5
Air Operations — Pilots
Pilot

6
Air Operations

Air Navigator

Aerospace Control

Flight Engineer

7
Aerospace Engineering

Aerospace Engineering

Airfield Engineering

8
Engineering

Communications and Electronics Engineering

Electrical and Mechanical Engineering

9
Medical and Dental

Health Care Administration

Health Services Operations

Physical Therapy

Dental

Pharmacy

Nursing

Medical

Medical Administration

Social Work

10
Chaplaincy

Chaplain (Protestant)

Chaplain (Roman Catholic)

11
Support

Public Affairs

Legal

Logistics

Personnel Selection

Training Development

Music

Security

Intelligence

12
Officer Cadets — Unassigned
Officer Cadet — Unassigned

13
Cadet Instructor Cadre
Cadet Instructor Cadre

14
Canadian Rangers
Canadian Ranger

PART 2
Military Occupational Groups — Non-commissioned Members

Item
Column 1
Column 2

Military Occupational Group
Military Occupation

1
Naval Operations

Boatswain

Steward

Tactical Acoustic Sensor Operator

Naval Combat Information Operator

Naval Electronic Sensor Operator

Naval Communicator

Shipping Control Operator

2
Maintenance — Naval

Naval Electronics Technician (Acoustics)

Naval Electronics Technician (Communications)

Naval Electronics Technician (Tactical)

Naval Electronics Technician (Manager)

Naval Weapons Technician

Marine Engineering Mechanic

Marine Engineering Technician

Marine Engineering Artificer

Hull Technician

Electrical Technician

Marine Electrician

Diesel Mechanic

Diver

Clearance Diver

Clearance Diver Technician

3
Combat Arms

Armoured

Armoured — Reconnaissance

Artillery — Air Defence

Artillery — Field

Infantry

Field Engineer

Field Engineer — Equipment Operator

4
Air Operations — Transmissions

Airborne Electronic Sensor Operator

Flight Engineer

Aerospace Control Operator

Search and Rescue Technician

5
Air Technicians

Meteorological Technician

Aviation Technician

Avionics Technician

6
Military Police
Military Police

7
Operations — General

Intelligence Operator

Radio Operator

Teletype Operator

Radio and Teletype Operator

Communicator Research

Imagery Technician

8
Communications and Electronics Maintenance

Line Maintainer

Strategic Information Systems Technician

Aerospace Telecommunications and Information Systems Technician

Land Communications and Information Systems Technician

9
Medical

Medical Assistant

Operating Room Assistant

Medical Laboratory Technician

X-ray Technician

Preventive Medicine Technician

Biomedical Electronics Technician

Health Services Technical Manager

Aeromedical Technician

10
Dental

Dental Clinic Assistant

Dental Hygienist

11
Electrical and Mechanical

Vehicle Technician

Weapons Technician (Land)

Fire Control Systems Technician

Materials Technician

12
Military Engineers

Fire Fighter

Geomatics Technician

Refrigeration and Mechanical Technician

Electrical Distribution Technician

Electrical Generating Systems Technician

Plumbing and Heating Technician

Water, Fuel and Environmental Technician

Construction Technician

Construction Engineer Superintendent

13
Clerical Personnel

Resource Management Support Clerk

Court Reporter

Postal Clerk

14
Music
Musician

15
Logistical Support

Ammunition Technician

Supply Technician

Traffic Technician

Mobile Support Equipment Operator

Cook

16
Canadian Rangers
Canadian Ranger

SCHEDULE 2(Section 11)

Canadian Forces Workforce Survey Questionnaire
Completing the questionnaire

This questionnaire is designed to collect information on the composition of the Canadian Forces workforce to comply with legislation on employment equity and to facilitate the planning and implementation of employment equity activities. Participation in the survey is mandatory; however, responses to the questions in section 2 are voluntary.
The information collected will be used by or disclosed to other people in the organization only for the purpose of compiling statistics on employment equity programs in the Canadian Forces.
Employment equity information will be retained in the Canadian Forces Employment Equity Program Personal Information Bank (DND PPE 816) and is protected under the Privacy Act.
Canadian Forces members have the right to review and correct information about themselves.
Step 1: Complete section 1 (Identification of member — Mandatory).
Step 2: To complete section 2, refer to the definitions provided in section 2 (Self-Identification — Voluntary).
Questions

Section 1

All Canadian Forces members are required to complete this section.
Service Number:
Surname:
Telephone Number:
Female Male
SIGNATURE AND DATE
SignatureDate (DD/MM/YY)
Section 2

Participation in this section is voluntary.
Canadian Forces members are free to self-identify as members of more than one designated group.
Under the Employment Equity Act, designated groups means women, aboriginal peoples, persons with disabilities, and members of visible minorities.
Question 1

For the purposes of the Employment Equity Act, aboriginal peoples means persons who are Indians, Inuit or Métis.
For the purposes of the Employment Equity Act, members of visible minorities means persons, other than aboriginal peoples, who are non-Caucasian in race or non-white in colour.
Based on these definitions, are you

(a) an aboriginal person?Yes No
(b) a member of a visible minority?Yes No
(c) Caucasian in race and white in colour?Yes No

Question 2

For the purposes of the Employment Equity Act, persons with disabilities means persons who have a long-term or recurring physical, mental, sensory, psychiatric or learning impairment and who

(a) consider themselves to be disadvantaged in employment by reason of that impairment, or
(b) believe that an employer or potential employer is likely to consider them to be disadvantaged in employment by reason of that impairment,

and includes persons whose functional limitations owing to their impairment have been accommodated in their current job or workplace.
Based on this definition, are you a person with a disability?Yes No

SCHEDULE 3(Sections 23, 25 and 26)

PART 1
Military Occupational Groups — Officers, Regular Force (Paragraph 4(1)(a))

Military Occupational Group
All Officers
Aboriginal Peoples
Visible Minorities
Persons with Disabilities

Total Number
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Women

Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%

General Officers

Naval Operations

Maritime Engineering

Combat Arms

Air Operations — Pilots

Air Operations

Aerospace Engineering

Engineering

Medical and Dental

Chaplaincy

Support

Officer Cadets — Unassigned

TOTAL NUMBER

PART 2
Military Occupational Groups — Non-Commissioned Members, Regular Force (Paragraph 4(1)(a))

Military Occupational Group
All Non-Commissioned Members
Aboriginal Peoples
Visible Minorities
Persons with Disabilities

Total Number
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Women

Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%

Naval Operations

Maintenance — Naval

Combat Arms

Air Operations — Transmissions

Air Technicians

Military Police

Operations — General

Communications and Electronics Maintenance

Medical

Dental

Electrical and Mechanical

Military Engineers

Clerical Personnel

Music

Logistical Support

TOTAL NUMBER

SCHEDULE 4(Sections 23, 25 and 26)

PART 1
Military Occupational Groups — Officers, Reserve Force (Paragraph 4(1)(b))

Military Occupational Group
All Officers
Aboriginal Peoples
Visible Minorities
Persons with Disabilities

Total Number
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Women

Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%

General Officers

Naval Operations

Maritime Engineering

Combat Arms

Air Operations — Pilots

Air Operations

Aerospace Engineering

Engineering

Medical and Dental

Chaplaincy

Support

Officer Cadets — Unassigned

Cadet Instructor Cadre

Canadian Rangers

TOTAL NUMBER

PART 2
Military Occupational Groups — Non-Commissioned Members, Reserve Force (Paragraph 4(1)(b))

Military Occupational Group
All Non-Commissioned Members
Aboriginal Peoples
Visible Minorities
Persons with Disabilities

Total Number
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Women

Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%

Naval Operations

Maintenance — Naval

Combat Arms

Air Operations — Transmissions

Air Technicians

Military Police

Operations — General

Communications and Electronics Maintenance

Medical

Dental

Electrical and Mechanical

Military Engineers

Clerical Personnel

Music

Logistical Support

Canadian Rangers

TOTAL NUMBER

SCHEDULE 5(Sections 23 and 24)

PART 1
Military Occupational Groups — Officers (Subsection 4(1))

Military Occupational Group
All Officers
Aboriginal Peoples
Visible Minorities
Persons with Disabilities

Total Number
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Women

Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%

General Officers

Naval Operations

Maritime Engineering

Combat Arms

Air Operations — Pilots

Air Operations

Aerospace Engineering

Engineering

Medical and Dental

Chaplaincy

Support

Officer Cadets — Unassigned

Cadet Instructor Cadre

Canadian Rangers

TOTAL NUMBER

PART 2
Military Occupational Groups — Non-Commissioned Members (Subsection 4(1))

Military Occupational Group
All Non-Commissioned Members
Aboriginal Peoples
Visible Minorities
Persons with Disabilities

Total Number
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Women

Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%

Naval Operations

Maintenance — Naval

Combat Arms

Air Operations — Transmissions

Air Technicians

Military Police

Operations — General

Communications and Electronics Maintenance

Medical

Dental

Electrical and Mechanical

Military Engineers

Clerical Personnel

Music

Logistical Support

Canadian Rangers

TOTAL NUMBER

SCHEDULE 6(Sections 23 and 27)

PART 1
Representation By Military Rank — Officers, Regular Force (Paragraph 4(1)(a))

Rank
All Officers
Aboriginal Peoples
Visible Minorities
Persons with Disabilities

Total Number
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Women

Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%

General

Lieutenant-General

Major-General

Brigadier-General

Colonel

Lieutenant-Colonel

Major

Captain

Lieutenant

Second Lieutenant

Officer Cadet

TOTAL NUMBER

PART 2
Representation By Military Rank — Non-Commissioned Members, Regular Force (Paragraph 4(1)(a))

Rank
All Non-Commissioned Members
Aboriginal Peoples
Visible Minorities
Persons with Disabilities

Total Number
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Women

Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%

Chief Warrant Officer

Master Warrant Officer

Warrant Officer

Sergeant

Master Corporal (by appointment)

Corporal

Private

TOTAL NUMBER

SCHEDULE 7(Sections 23 and 27)

PART 1
Representation By Military Rank — Officers, Reserve Force (Paragraph 4(1)(b))

Rank
All Officers
Aboriginal Peoples
Visible Minorities
Persons with Disabilities

Total Number
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Women

Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%

General

Lieutenant-General

Major-General

Brigadier-General

Colonel

Lieutenant-Colonel

Major

Captain

Lieutenant

Second Lieutenant

Officer Cadet

TOTAL NUMBER

PART 2
Representation By Military Rank — Non-Commissioned Members, Reserve Force (Paragraph 4(1)(b))

Rank
All Non-Commissioned Members
Aboriginal Peoples
Visible Minorities
Persons with Disabilities

Total Number
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Women

Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%

Chief Warrant Officer

Master Warrant Officer

Warrant Officer

Sergeant

Master Corporal (by appointment)

Corporal

Private

TOTAL NUMBER

SCHEDULE 8(Sections 23 and 26 and subsection 28(1))

PART 1
Enrolments — Officers, Regular Force (Paragraph 4(1)(a))

Military Occupational Group
All Officers
Aboriginal Peoples
Visible Minorities
Persons with Disabilities

Total Number
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Women

Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%

General Officers

Naval Operations

Maritime Engineering

Combat Arms

Air Operations — Pilots

Air Operations

Aerospace Engineering

Engineering

Medical and Dental

Chaplaincy

Support

Officer Cadets — Unassigned

TOTAL NUMBER

PART 2
Enrolments — Non-Commissioned Members, Regular Force (Paragraph 4(1)(a))

Military Occupational Group
All Non-Commissioned Members
Aboriginal Peoples
Visible Minorities
Persons with Disabilities

Total Number
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Women

Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%

Naval Operations

Maintenance — Naval

Combat Arms

Air Operations — Transmissions

Air Technicians

Military Police

Operations — General

Communications and Electronics Maintenance

Medical

Dental

Electrical and Mechanical

Military Engineers

Clerical Personnel

Music

Logistical Support

TOTAL NUMBER

SCHEDULE 9(Sections 23 and 26 and subsection 28(2))

PART 1
Enrolments — Officers, Reserve Force (Paragraph 4(1)(b))

Military Occupational Group
All Officers
Aboriginal Peoples
Visible Minorities
Persons with Disabilities

Total Number
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Women

Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%

General Officers

Naval Operations

Maritime Engineering

Combat Arms

Air Operations — Pilots

Air Operations

Aerospace Engineering

Engineering

Medical and Dental

Chaplaincy

Support

Officer Cadets — Unassigned

Cadet Instructor Cadre

Canadian Rangers

TOTAL NUMBER

PART 2
Enrolments — Non-Commissioned Members, Reserve Force (Paragraph 4(1)(b))

Military Occupational Group
All Non-Commissioned Members
Aboriginal Peoples
Visible Minorities
Persons with Disabilities

Total Number
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Women

Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%

Naval Operations

Maintenance — Naval

Combat Arms

Air Operations — Transmissions

Air Technicians

Military Police

Operations — General

Communications and Electronics Maintenance

Medical

Dental

Electrical and Mechanical

Military Engineers

Clerical Personnel

Music

Logistical Support

Canadian Rangers

TOTAL NUMBER

SCHEDULE 10(Sections 23 and 26 and subsection 28(1))

PART 1
Promotions — Officers, Regular Force (Paragraph 4(1)(a))

Military Occupational Group
All Officers
Aboriginal Peoples
Visible Minorities
Persons with Disabilities

Total Number
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Women

Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%

General Officers

Naval Operations

Maritime Engineering

Combat Arms

Air Operations — Pilots

Air Operations

Aerospace Engineering

Engineering

Medical and Dental

Chaplaincy

Support

Officer Cadets — Unassigned

TOTAL NUMBER

PART 2
Promotions — Non-Commissioned Members, Regular Force (Paragraph 4(1)(a))

Military Occupational Group
All Non-Commissioned Members
Aboriginal Peoples
Visible Minorities
Persons with Disabilities

Total Number
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Women

Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%

Naval Operations

Maintenance — Naval

Combat Arms

Air Operations — Transmissions

Air Technicians

Military Police

Operations — General

Communications and Electronics Maintenance

Medical

Dental

Electrical and Mechanical

Military Engineers

Clerical Personnel

Music

Logistical Support

TOTAL NUMBER

SCHEDULE 11(Sections 23 and 26 and subsection 28(2))

PART 1
Promotions — Officers, Reserve Force (Paragraph 4(1)(b))

Military Occupational Group
All Officers
Aboriginal Peoples
Visible Minorities
Persons with Disabilities

Total Number
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Women

Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%

General Officers

Naval Operations

Maritime Engineering

Combat Arms

Air Operations — Pilots

Air Operations

Aerospace Engineering

Engineering

Medical and Dental

Chaplaincy

Support

Officer Cadets — Unassigned

Cadet Instructor Cadre

Canadian Rangers

TOTAL NUMBER

PART 2
Promotions — Non-Commissioned Members, Reserve Force (Paragraph 4(1)(b))

Military Occupational Group
All Non-Commissioned Members
Aboriginal Peoples
Visible Minorities
Persons with Disabilities

Total Number
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Women

Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%

Naval Operations

Maintenance — Naval

Combat Arms

Air Operations — Transmissions

Air Technicians

Military Police

Operations — General

Communications and Electronics Maintenance

Medical

Dental

Electrical and Mechanical

Military Engineers

Clerical Personnel

Music

Logistical Support

Canadian Rangers

TOTAL NUMBER

SCHEDULE 12(Sections 23 and 26 and subsection 28(1))

PART 1
Re-Engagement — Officers, Regular Force (Paragraph 4(1)(a))

Military Occupational Group
All Officers
Aboriginal Peoples
Visible Minorities
Persons with Disabilities

Total Number
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Women

Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%

General Officers

Naval Operations

Maritime Engineering

Combat Arms

Air Operations — Pilots

Air Operations

Aerospace Engineering

Engineering

Medical and Dental

Chaplaincy

Support

Officer Cadets — Unassigned

TOTAL NUMBER

PART 2
Re-Engagement — Non-Commissioned Members, Regular Force (Paragraph 4(1)(a))

Military Occupational Group
All Non-Commissioned Members
Aboriginal Peoples
Visible Minorities
Persons with Disabilities

Total Number
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Women

Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%

Naval Operations

Maintenance — Naval

Combat Arms

Air Operations — Transmissions

Air Technicians

Military Police

Operations — General

Communications and Electronics Maintenance

Medical

Dental

Electrical and Mechanical

Military Engineers

Clerical Personnel

Music

Logistical Support

TOTAL NUMBER

SCHEDULE 13(Sections 23 and 26 and subsection 28(2))

PART 1
Re-Engagement — Officers, Reserve Force (Paragraph 4(1)(b))

Military Occupational Group
All Officers
Aboriginal Peoples
Visible Minorities
Persons with Disabilities

Total Number
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Women

Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%

General Officers

Naval Operations

Maritime Engineering

Combat Arms

Air Operations — Pilots

Air Operations

Aerospace Engineering

Engineering

Medical and Dental

Chaplaincy

Support

Officer Cadets — Unassigned

Cadet Instructor Cadre

Canadian Rangers

TOTAL NUMBER

PART 2
Re-Engagement — Non-Commissioned Members, Reserve Force (Paragraph 4(1)(b))

Military Occupational Group
All Non-Commissioned Members
Aboriginal Peoples
Visible Minorities
Persons with Disabilities

Total Number
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Women

Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%

Naval Operations

Maintenance — Naval

Combat Arms

Air Operations — Transmissions

Air Technicians

Military Police

Operations — General

Communications and Electronics Maintenance

Medical

Dental

Electrical and Mechanical

Military Engineers

Clerical Personnel

Music

Logistical Support

Canadian Rangers

TOTAL NUMBER

SCHEDULE 14(Sections 23 and 26 and subsection 28(1))

PART 1
Releases — Officers, Regular Force (Paragraph 4(1)(a))

Military Occupational Group
All Officers
Aboriginal Peoples
Visible Minorities
Persons with Disabilities

Total Number
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Women

Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%

General Officers

Naval Operations

Maritime Engineering

Combat Arms

Air Operations — Pilots

Air Operations

Aerospace Engineering

Engineering

Medical and Dental

Chaplaincy

Support

Officer Cadets — Unassigned

TOTAL NUMBER

PART 2
Releases — Non-Commissioned Members, Regular Force (Paragraph 4(1)(a))

Military Occupational Group
All Non-Commissioned Members
Aboriginal Peoples
Visible Minorities
Persons with Disabilities

Total Number
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Women

Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%

Naval Operations

Maintenance — Naval

Combat Arms

Air Operations — Transmissions

Air Technicians

Military Police

Operations — General

Communications and Electronics Maintenance

Medical

Dental

Electrical and Mechanical

Military Engineers

Clerical Personnel

Music

Logistical Support

TOTAL NUMBER

SCHEDULE 15(Sections 23 and 26 and subsection 28(2))

PART 1
Releases — Officers, Reserve Force (Paragraph 4(1)(b))

Military Occupational Group
All Officers
Aboriginal Peoples
Visible Minorities
Persons with Disabilities

Total Number
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Women

Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%

General Officers

Naval Operations

Maritime Engineering

Combat Arms

Air Operations — Pilots

Air Operations

Aerospace Engineering

Engineering

Medical and Dental

Chaplaincy

Support

Officer Cadets — Unassigned

Cadet Instructor Cadre

Canadian Rangers

TOTAL NUMBER

PART 2
Releases — Non-Commissioned Members, Reserve Force (Paragraph 4(1)(b))

Military Occupational Group
All Non-Commissioned Members
Aboriginal Peoples
Visible Minorities
Persons with Disabilities

Total Number
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Women

Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%
Number
%

Naval Operations

Maintenance — Naval

Combat Arms

Air Operations — Transmissions

Air Technicians

Military Police

Operations — General

Communications and Electronics Maintenance

Medical

Dental

Electrical and Mechanical

Military Engineers

Clerical Personnel

Music

Logistical Support

Canadian Rangers

TOTAL NUMBER