Employment Equity Regulations

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Employment Equity Regulations

SOR/96-470EMPLOYMENT EQUITY ACT
Registration 1996-10-23
Employment Equity Regulations
P.C. 1996-1590 1996-10-23Whereas, pursuant to subsection 41(3) of the Employment Equity ActFootnote a, the Minister of Labour has consulted with the Treasury Board on the annexed Employment Equity Regulations as they apply to the public sector;
Return to footnote aS.C. 1995, c. 44
Therefore, His Excellency the Governor General in Council, on the recommendation of the Minister of Labour and the President of the Treasury Board, pursuant to subsection 9(1), section 17, subsections 18(1) and (5), subparagraph 39(4)(b)(i) and subsection 41(1) of the Employment Equity ActFootnote a, hereby makes the annexed Employment Equity Regulations.Interpretation

1 (1) The definitions in this subsection apply in these Regulations.

Act
Act means the Employment Equity Act. (Loi)
designated CMA
designated CMA means a census metropolitan area referred to in Schedule I and set out in the Statistics Canada publication entitled Standard Geographical Classification SGC 2001, published in March 2002, as amended from time to time. (RMR désignée)
employment equity report
employment equity report means a report that a private sector employer is required to file under section 18 of the Act. (rapport sur l’équité en matière d’emploi)
former Regulations
former Regulations means the Employment Equity Regulations made pursuant to the Employment Equity Act, R.S., c. 23 (2nd Supp.). (ancien règlement)
permanent full-time employee
permanent full-time employee means a person who is employed for an indeterminate period by a private sector employer to regularly work the standard number of hours fixed by the employer for employees in the occupational group in which the person is employed. (salarié permanent à plein temps)
permanent part-time employee
permanent part-time employee means a person who is employed for an indeterminate period by a private sector employer to regularly work fewer than the standard number of hours fixed by the employer for employees in the occupational group in which the person is employed. (salarié permanent à temps partiel)
reporting period
reporting period means the calendar year in respect of which an employment equity report is filed. (période de rapport)
temporary employee
temporary employee means a person who is employed on a temporary basis by a private sector employer for any number of hours within a fixed period or periods totalling 12 weeks or more during a calendar year, but does not include a person in full-time attendance at a secondary or post-secondary educational institution who is employed during a school break. (salarié temporaire)

(2) For the purposes of the Act,

employee

employee, in respect of

(a) a private sector employer, means a person who is employed by the employer, but does not include a person employed on a temporary or casual basis for fewer than 12 weeks in a calendar year;

(b) a portion of the public service of Canada referred to in paragraph 4(1)(b) or (c) of the Act to which the Public Service Employment Act applies, means a person who has been appointed or deployed to that portion pursuant to that Act, but does not include

(i) a person appointed on a casual basis pursuant to section 21.2 of that Act, or
(ii) a person appointed for a period of less than three months; and

(c) a portion of the public service of Canada referred to in paragraph 4(1)(b) or (c) of the Act to which the Public Service Employment Act does not apply, means a person appointed to that portion in accordance with the enactment establishing that portion, but does not include a person employed on a temporary or casual basis for a period of less than three months. (salarié)

hired

hired, in respect of

(a) an employee employed by a private sector employer, means engaged by the employer;
(b) an employee employed in a portion of the public service of Canada referred to in paragraph 4(1)(b) or (c) of the Act to which the Public Service Employment Act applies, means initially appointed to the public service of Canada pursuant to that Act; and
(c) an employee employed in a portion of the public service of Canada referred to in paragraph 4(1)(b) or (c) of the Act to which the Public Service Employment Act does not apply, means initially appointed in the manner provided in the enactment establishing that portion. (recrutement)

occupational group

occupational group, in respect of

(a) the workforce of a private sector employer or a portion of the public service of Canada referred to in paragraph 4(1)(c) of the Act, means an occupational group set out in column I of an item of Schedule II; and
(b) a portion of the public service of Canada referred to in paragraph 4(1)(b) of the Act, means an occupational group set out in column I of an item of Schedule III. (catégorie professionnelle)

promoted

promoted, in respect of

(a) an employee employed in a portion of the public service of Canada referred to in paragraph 4(1)(b) or (c) of the Act to which the Public Service Employment Act applies, has the meaning that corresponds to the definition promotion in subsection 2(2) of the Public Service Employment Regulations;
(b) an employee employed in a portion of the public service of Canada referred to in paragraph 4(1)(b) or (c) of the Act to which the Public Service Employment Act does not apply, has the meaning customarily used by that portion; and

(c) an employee employed by a private sector employer, means permanently moved from one position or job in the employer’s organization to another position or job that

(i) has a higher salary or a higher salary range than the salary or salary range of the position or job previously held by the employee, and
(ii) ranks higher in the organizational hierarchy of the employer,

and includes a reclassification of the employee’s position or job where the reclassified position or job meets the requirements of subparagraphs (i) and (ii). (avancement)

salary

salary, in respect of

(a) a private sector employer, means remuneration paid for work performed by an employee in the form of salary, wages, commissions, tips, bonuses and piece rate payments, rounded to the nearest dollar, but does not include overtime wages;
(b) a portion of the public service of Canada referred to in paragraph 4(1)(b) of the Act, means the rate of pay paid to an employee under a collective agreement or the rate approved by Treasury Board under any other applicable pay authority; and
(c) a portion of the public service of Canada referred to in paragraph 4(1)(c) of the Act, means the rate of pay paid to an employee under a collective agreement or any other applicable pay authority. (rémunération)

terminated
terminated, in respect of an employee, means retired, resigned, laid off, dismissed or otherwise having ceased to be an employee, but does not include laid off temporarily or absent by reason of illness, injury or a labour dispute. (cessation de fonctions)

SOR/2006-120, s. 1.
Previous Version

PART I General

Calculation of Number of Employees

2 For the purpose of determining when an employer is considered to employ 100 or more employees,

(a) the number of employees of a private sector employer shall be calculated on the basis of the number at the time in a calendar year when the number of employees is the greatest; and
(b) the number of employees employed in a portion of the public service of Canada referred to in paragraph 4(1)(c) of the Act shall be calculated on the basis of the number at the time in a fiscal year when the number of employees employed in that portion is the greatest.

Collection of Workforce Information

3 (1) Subject to subsections (8) and (9), before preparing an employment equity plan referred to in section 10 of the Act, an employer shall conduct a workforce survey by providing to each employee a workforce survey questionnaire that asks the employee whether the employee is

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

(2) The questionnaire shall contain the definitions members of visible minorities, persons with disabilities and aboriginal peoples set out in section 3 of the Act, or a description of those expressions that is consistent with those definitions, to assist the employee in responding to the questionnaire.
(3) A questionnaire that contains questions and definitions substantially in the form set out in Schedule IV shall be considered to satisfy the requirements of subsection (2).
(4) The employer shall inform each employee, either on the questionnaire or in a notice accompanying the questionnaire, that a person may be a member of more than one designated group.
(5) The questionnaire may include additional questions relating to employment equity.

(6) The questionnaire shall indicate that

(a) responses to the questions on the questionnaire are voluntary; and
(b) the information collected in the questionnaire is confidential and will only be used by or be disclosed to other persons within the employer’s organization in order for the employer to carry out its obligations under the Act.

(7) Paragraph (6)(a) shall not be construed as precluding an employer from requiring each employee to return the questionnaire to the employer.

(8) An employer is not required to conduct a workforce survey in respect of all or part of its workforce under subsection (1) if

(a) before the coming into force of these Regulations, the employer has already conducted a survey in respect of all or that part of its workforce to determine whether the employees belong to any of the designated groups referred to in that subsection;
(b) the previous survey had questions and was conducted in a manner that achieved results that are likely to be as accurate as the results that would be achieved using a workforce survey questionnaire under this section;
(c) responses to the questions in the previous survey were voluntary; and
(d) the survey results have been kept up to date in accordance with section 5.

(9) Where an employer replaces its employment equity plan with a new plan, the employer is not required to conduct a new workforce survey if the previous survey results have been kept up to date in accordance with section 5.

4 The employer shall ensure that there is a means of identifying, on the workforce survey questionnaire, the employee who returns it, whether by name or otherwise.

5 The employer shall keep the workforce survey results up to date by

(a) providing a workforce survey questionnaire

(i) to an employee when the employee begins employment,
(ii) to an employee who wishes to change any information previously submitted on a questionnaire, or
(iii) to an employee who requests it;

(b) making necessary adjustments to the survey results to take into account the responses to the questionnaires referred to in paragraph (a); and
(c) making necessary adjustments to the survey results to take into account members of designated groups who have been terminated.

Workforce Analysis

6 (1) Based on the information collected under sections 3 to 5, and on relevant information contained in any other employment records maintained by the employer, the employer shall conduct an analysis of its workforce in order to

(a) determine the following for each occupational group of the employer’s workforce, namely,

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

(b) determine the degree of underrepresentation of the persons referred to in paragraph (a) by comparing the representation of each designated group in each occupational group of the employer’s workforce to their representation in each occupational group in whichever of the following is the most appropriate as a basis of comparison, namely,

(i) the Canadian workforce as a whole, or
(ii) those segments of the Canadian workforce that are identifiable by qualification, eligibility or geography, and from which the employer may reasonably be expected to draw employees.

(2) In making a determination under paragraph (1)(b), the employer shall use the labour market information made available by the Minister under section 42(3) of the Act, or information from other sources that is determined by the Minister to be relevant labour market information, in order to determine the representation, in the geographic area or areas from which the employer may reasonably be expected to draw employees, of workers who are members of designated groups and who are qualified or eligible for the jobs within each occupational group of the employer’s workforce.

(3) An employer who has already conducted an analysis of all or part of its workforce before the coming into force of these Regulations is not required to conduct another analysis of all or that part of its workforce, if

(a) the results of the previous analysis are up to date as a result of periodic revisions that have taken into account the updating of the workforce survey results in accordance with section 5; and
(b) the results of the previous analysis are likely to be the same as the results that would be achieved by an analysis undertaken pursuant to subsections (1) and (2).

(4) Where an employer replaces its employment equity plan with a new plan, the employer is not required to conduct a new workforce analysis if the results of the previous analysis have been kept up to date by means of periodic revisions that have taken into account the updating of the workforce survey results in accordance with section 5.

7 The employer shall prepare a summary of the results of its workforce analysis for use in the preparation of its employment equity plan.

Review of Employment Systems, Policies and Practices

8 Where, based on the workforce analysis conducted pursuant to section 6, underrepresentation of persons in designated groups has been identified in any occupational group of the employer’s workforce, the employer shall conduct a review of its employment systems, policies and practices in order to determine whether any of those employment systems, policies and practices is an employment barrier against persons in designated groups.

9 (1) Subject to section 10, for the purposes of making a determination referred to in section 8, the employer shall, in relation to each occupational group in which underrepresentation referred to in section 8 has been identified, review its employment systems, policies and practices with respect to

(a) the recruitment, selection and hiring of employees;
(b) the development and training of employees;
(c) the promotion of employees;
(d) the retention and termination of employees; and
(e) the reasonable accommodation of the special needs of members of designated groups.

(2) Where, following a review under subsection (1), new employment systems, policies or practices relating to the matters referred to in that subsection are implemented by the employer, the employer shall also review the new employment systems, policies or practices with respect to those matters.

10 An employer who, before the coming into force of these Regulations, has conducted a review of its employment systems, policies and practices with respect to the matters referred to in subsection 9(1) in relation to all or part of its workforce is not required to conduct another review with respect to the matters already reviewed if the results of the previous review are likely to be the same as the results that would be achieved by a review undertaken pursuant to subsection 9(1).

Employment Equity Records

11 An employer shall establish and maintain the following records:

(a) a record of each employee’s designated group membership, if any;
(b) a record of each employee’s occupational group classification;
(c) a record of each employee’s salary and salary increases;
(d) a record of each employee’s promotions;
(e) a copy of the workforce survey questionnaire that was provided to the employees and any other information used by the employer in conducting its workforce analysis;
(f) the summary of the results of the workforce analysis required by section 7;
(g) a description of the activities undertaken by the employer in conducting its employment systems review;
(h) the employer’s employment equity plan;
(i) a record of the employer’s monitoring of the implementation of its employment equity plan, undertaken in accordance with paragraph 12(b) of the Act; and
(j) a record of activities undertaken by the employer and information provided to employees in accordance with section 14 of the Act.

12 (1) Records referred to in paragraphs 11(a) to (d) in respect of terminated employees shall be kept for two years after the date of their termination.
(2) Records referred to in paragraphs 11(e) to (j) shall be kept for two years after the period covered by the employment equity plan to which the records relate.
(3) Where a private sector employer has generated its annual employment equity report required by subsection 18(1) of the Act using specially designed computer software such as Employment Equity Computerized Reporting System (EECRS), the employer shall maintain a copy of the database or other computer record used to generate the report for two years after the year in respect of which the report is filed.

Tribunal Certificate

13 The form set out in Schedule V is the prescribed form of the Tribunal certificate for the purpose of subparagraph 39(4)(b)(i) of the Act.

PART II Private Sector Employer Report

Application

14 This Part applies in respect of the report required to be filed by private sector employers under section 18 of the Act.

Prescriptions

15 (1) Subject to subsection (2), Forms 1 to 6 of Schedule VI are prescribed for the purpose of filing a report referred to in subsection 18(1) of the Act.
(2) For the 2004 calendar year, Forms 1 to 6 of Schedule VI are prescribed for the purpose of filing a report referred to in subsection 18(1) of the Act.
(3) For the purposes of paragraph 18(1)(c) of the Act, a prescribed subdivision of a salary range is a quarter of a salary range.

SOR/2006-120, s. 2.
Previous Version

16 (1) An employment equity report shall contain the following statement certifying the accuracy of the information contained in it:
“I, (name), hereby certify on behalf of (legal name of employer) that the information contained in Forms 1 to 6 of this report is true and accurate in every respect to the best of my knowledge and belief.
DateSignature”

(2) Where an employment equity report is filed on behalf of a corporation, the statement referred to in subsection (1) shall be signed by a senior officer of the corporation.

Prescribed Instructions

General

17 (1) For the 2004 calendar year, an employment equity report shall be completed using the forms prescribed by subsection 15(2) and in accordance with the instructions set out in this section and in sections 9 to 16 and 18 to 20.
(2) In circumstances other than in the one provided for in subsection 18(3) of the Act, for the 2004 calendar year, an employment equity report shall be sent to the address specified by the Minister under subsection 19(1) and, for the purposes of subsection 18(1) of the Act, the employment equity report is deemed to be filed with the Minister on the day on which it is received at that address.

SOR/2006-120, s. 3.
Previous Version

18 (1) For the 2005 calendar year and subsequent calendar years, an employment equity report shall be completed

(a) using Forms 1 to 6 of Schedule VI provided to the employer by the Minister, or documents that conform to the format and contain all of the information set out in those Forms; and
(b) in accordance with the instructions set out in sections 19 to 31.

(2) In these Regulations, a reference to a form includes a reference to a document referred to in paragraph (1)(a).

SOR/2006-120, s. 4.
Previous Version

19 (1) An employment equity report shall be sent by the employer to the address specified in writing by the Minister.
(2) In circumstances other than in the one provided for in subsection 18(3) of the Act, for the purposes of subsection 18(1) of the Act, an employment equity report is deemed to be filed with the Minister on the day on which it is received at the address specified by the Minister under subsection (1).

SOR/2006-120, s. 5.
Previous Version

20 Where an item of information requested on a form is not applicable in the case of an employer, the employer shall so indicate using the phrase “Not Applicable”, the abbreviation “N/A” or a brief explanatory statement.

21 An employer, in completing Forms 1 to 3 of Schedule VI, shall report the required information with respect to the number of employees employed by the employer

(a) in the case of permanent full-time and permanent part-time employees, as of December 31 of the calendar year; and
(b) in the case of temporary employees, as of the date in the calendar year on which the number of temporary employees was the greatest.

22 (1) An employer, in completing Forms 2, 4, 5 and 6 of Schedule VI, shall indicate the occupational group in which an employee is employed, as set out in column I of an item of Schedule II, by referring to the occupational unit group set out in column II of that item that most accurately describes the job performed by the employee.
(2) If an employer is in doubt as to the appropriate occupational unit group into which an employee falls, the employer shall refer to the description of occupation set out in the National Occupational Classification: Occupational Descriptions, published by the Department of Human Resources Development Canada in 2001, as amended from time to time, under the applicable NOC Code set out in column III of Schedule II.

SOR/2006-120, s. 6.
Previous Version

Form 1

23 (1) An employer shall indicate on Form 1 of Schedule VI the industrial sector in which employees are employed by selecting the appropriate industrial group description set out in column II of Schedule VII.
(2) An employer shall indicate on Form 1 the industrial sector with the greatest number of employees in the box entitled “Industrial Sector 1” and other industrial sectors in decreasing order of their number of employees.
(3) Where the employees of an employer are employed in more than four industrial sectors, the employer shall indicate the additional industrial sectors and the number of employees in each of those sectors on a separate page attached to Form 1.

Form 2

24 (1) Subject to subsection (2), for each industrial sector indicated by an employer on Form 1 of Schedule VI, the employer shall complete the applicable Parts of Form 2 of that Schedule in respect of all employees of the employer in Canada for each of the following employment status categories:

(a) permanent full-time employees;
(b) permanent part-time employees; and
(c) temporary employees, where the number of temporary employees at any time during the reporting period constitutes 20% or more of the employer’s workforce.

(2) Where the number of employees in an industrial sector indicated by an employer on Form 1, other than industrial sector 1, is less than 1,000, the employer shall group those employees with the employees in industrial sector 1.

25 In addition to the Parts of Form 2 referred to in subsection 24(1), the applicable Parts of Form 2 shall be completed by an employer in respect of employees who are employed in an industrial sector for which the employer is required to report separately and in respect of employees who are grouped in industrial sector 1 in accordance with subsection 24(2)

(a) for each province or territory where the total number of employees of the employer is 100 or more at any time during the reporting period; and
(b) for each designated CMA where the total number of employees of the employer is 100 or more at any time during the reporting period.

26 (1) Subject to subsections (2) to (4), for the purpose of indicating the salary ranges of employees on Form 2, an employer shall determine the salary ranges of employees in the following manner and sequence:

(a) the employer shall determine the highest and lowest salaries of the employees in each occupational group;
(b) using the table of salary sections set out in Schedule VIII, the employer shall determine the salary sections into which the highest and lowest salaries referred to in paragraph (a) fall; and
(c) the employer shall indicate the salary range of the employees in each occupational group using the appropriate salary sections referred to in paragraph (b) to represent the highest and lowest salaries of the employees in the occupational group.

(2) Subject to subsection (3), an employer, in determining for the purpose of paragraph (1)(a) the highest and lowest salaries of permanent full-time or permanent part-time employees who worked part of a reporting period but less than the entire reporting period as a result of being hired or absent on unpaid leave granted at the employee’s request, shall annualize the salary of each of those employees by

(a) dividing the amount of the salary paid to the employee during the period worked by the number of pay periods in that period; and
(b) multiplying the amount calculated under paragraph (a) by the number of pay periods in the reporting period.

(3) An employer, in determining for the purpose of paragraph (1)(a) the highest and lowest salaries of employees who were promoted during the reporting period, shall annualize the salary of each of those employees by

(a) dividing the amount of the salary paid to the employee during the period in which the employee occupied the last position or job to which they were promoted in the reporting period, by the number of pay periods in that period; and
(b) multiplying the amount calculated under paragraph (a) by the number of pay periods in the reporting period.

(4) Where the lowest salary of the employees in an occupational group is $100,000 or more, the employer shall leave blank the space on Form 2 for indicating the highest salary of the employees in the occupational group.

27 (1) For the purpose of completing Form 2, an employer shall determine the four quarters of the salary range of the employees in each occupational group by dividing the difference between the highest and lowest salaries of the employees in the occupational group, as determined in accordance with paragraph 26(1)(a) and subsections 26(2) and (3), by four, and by rounding the result to the nearest dollar.

(2) For the purposes of subsection (1),

(a) the limits of the first salary quarter shall be as follows:

(i) the lower limit is the lowest salary of the employees in the occupational group, as determined in accordance with paragraph 26(1)(a) and subsections 26(2) and (3), and
(ii) the upper limit is the total of the amount referred to in subparagraph (i) and the amount calculated under subsection (1);

(b) the limits of the second salary quarter shall be as follows:

(i) the lower limit is the amount calculated under subparagraph (a)(ii) plus one dollar, and
(ii) the upper limit is the total of the amount calculated under subparagraph (a)(ii) and the amount calculated under subsection (1);

(c) the limits of the third salary quarter shall be as follows:

(i) the lower limit is the amount calculated under subparagraph (b)(ii) plus one dollar, and
(ii) the upper limit is the total of the amount calculated under subparagraph (b)(ii) and the amount calculated under subsection (1); and

(d) the limits of the fourth salary quarter shall be as follows:

(i) the lower limit is the amount calculated under subparagraph (c)(ii) plus one dollar, and
(ii) the upper limit is the highest salary of the employees in the occupational group, as determined in accordance with paragraph 26(1)(a) and subsections 26(2) and (3).

(3) An employer shall indicate on the applicable Parts of Form 2 the number of employees in each quarter of the salary range as determined in accordance with subsection (1) on the basis of the salary of each employee determined in accordance with paragraph 26(1)(a) or, in the case of an employee referred to in subsection 26(2) or (3), on the basis of the annualized salary of the employee calculated in accordance with that subsection.

Form 3

28 An employer shall complete the applicable Parts of Form 3 of Schedule VI in the manner prescribed in section 24 and paragraph 25(a).

29 For the purpose of indicating, on Form 3, the degree of representation of employees in the salary ranges set out in that Form, an employer shall, in the case of employees referred to in subsections 26(2) and (3), use the annualized salary of those employees, calculated in accordance with those subsections.

Forms 4, 5 and 6

30 An employer shall, in the manner prescribed in section 24, for the employment status categories referred to in paragraphs 24(1)(a) and (b), complete the applicable Parts of Forms 4, 5 and 6 of Schedule VI in respect of employees who are employed in an industrial sector for which the employer is required to report separately and in respect of employees who are grouped in industrial sector 1 in accordance with subsection 24(2), for each province or territory where the total number of employees of the employer is 100 or more at any time during the reporting period.

31 In completing Form 5, an employer shall report the employees promoted during the reporting period only in the occupational group in which or to which the employees were last promoted.

Repeal

32 [Repeal]

Coming into Force

33 These Regulations come into force on October 23, 1996.

SCHEDULE I(Subsection 1(1))Designated CMAs


Calgary, Alberta


Edmonton, Alberta


Halifax, Nova Scotia


Montreal, Quebec


Regina, Saskatchewan


Toronto, Ontario


Vancouver, British Columbia


Winnipeg, Manitoba

SCHEDULE II(Subsection 1(2))

OCCUPATIONAL GROUPS — PRIVATE SECTOR EMPLOYERS OR PORTIONS OF THE PUBLIC SERVICE OF CANADA REFERRED TO IN PARAGRAPH 4(1)(c) OF THE ACT

Item
Column I
Column II
Column III

Employment Equity Occupational Groups
Unit Groups
NOC Codes

1
Senior Managers
Legislators
0011

Senior Government Managers and Officials
0012

Senior Managers - Financial, Communications and Other Business Services
0013

Senior Managers - Health, Education, Social and Community Services and Membership Organizations
0014

Senior Managers - Trade, Broadcasting and Other Services, n.e.c.
0015

Senior Managers - Goods Production, Utilities, Transportation and Construction
0016

2
Middle and Other Managers
Financial Managers
0111

Human Resources Managers
0112

Purchasing Managers
0113

Other Administrative Services Managers
0114

Insurance, Real Estate and Financial Brokerage Managers
0121

Banking, Credit and Other Investment Managers
0122

Other Business Services Managers
0123

Telecommunication Carriers Managers
0131

Postal and Courier Services Managers
0132

Engineering Managers
0211

Architecture and Science Managers
0212

Computer and Information Systems Managers
0213

Managers in Health Care
0311

Administrators - Post-secondary Education and Vocational Training
0312

School Principals and Administrators of Elementary and Secondary Education
0313

Managers in Social, Community and Correctional Services
0314

Government Managers - Health and Social Policy Development and Program Administration
0411

Government Managers - Economic Analysis, Policy Development and Program Administration
0412

Government Managers - Education Policy Development and Program Administration
0413

Other Managers in Public Administration
0414

Library, Archive, Museum and Art Gallery Managers
0511

Managers - Publishing, Motion Pictures, Broadcasting and Performing Arts
0512

Recreation and Sports Program and Service Directors
0513

Sales, Marketing and Advertising Managers
0611

Retail Trade Managers
0621

Restaurant and Food Service Managers
0631

Accommodation Service Managers
0632

Commissioned Police Officers
0641

Fire Chiefs and Senior Firefighting Officers
0642

Commissioned Officers, Armed Forces
0643

Other Services Managers
0651

Construction Managers
0711

Residential Home Builders and Renovators
0712

Transportation Managers
0713

Facility Operation and Maintenance Managers
0721

Primary Production Managers (Except Agriculture)
0811

Manufacturing Managers
0911

Utilities Managers
0912

3
Professionals
Financial Auditors and Accountants
1111

Financial and Investment Analysts
1112

Securities Agents, Investment Dealers and Brokers
1113

Other Financial Officers
1114

Specialists in Human Resources
1121

Professional Occupations in Business Services to Management
1122

Physicists and Astronomers
2111

Chemists
2112

Geologists, Geochemists and Geophysicists
2113

Meteorologists
2114

Other Professional Occupations in Physical Sciences
2115

Biologists and Related Scientists
2121

Forestry Professionals
2122

Agricultural Representatives, Consultants and Specialists
2123

Civil Engineers
2131

Mechanical Engineers
2132

Electrical and Electronics Engineers
2133

Chemical Engineers
2134

Industrial and Manufacturing Engineers
2141

Metallurgical and Materials Engineers
2142

Mining Engineers
2143

Geological Engineers
2144

Petroleum Engineers
2145

Aerospace Engineers
2146

Computer Engineers (Except Software Engineers)
2147

Other Professional Engineers, n.e.c.Footnote for OCCUPATIONAL GROUPS — PRIVATE SECTOR EMPLOYERS OR PORTIONS OF THE PUBLIC SERVICE OF CANADA REFERRED TO IN PARAGRAPH 4(1)(c) OF THE ACT *

2148

Architects
2151

Landscape Architects
2152

Urban and Land Use Planners
2153

Land Surveyors
2154

Mathematicians, Statisticians and Actuaries
2161

Information Systems Analysts and Consultants
2171

Database Analysts and Data Administrators
2172

Software Engineers
2173

Computer Programmers and Interactive Media Developers
2174

Web Designers and Developers
2175

Specialist Physicians
3111

General Practitioners and Family Physicians
3112

Dentists
3113

Veterinarians
3114

Optometrists
3121

Chiropractors
3122

Other Professional Occupations in Health Diagnosing and Treating
3123

Pharmacists
3131

Dietitians and Nutritionists
3132

Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists
3141

Physiotherapists
3142

Occupational Therapists
3143

Other Professional Occupations in Therapy and Assessment
3144

Head Nurses and Supervisors
3151

Registered Nurses
3152

Judges
4111

Lawyers (everywhere in Canada) and Notaries (in Quebec)
4112

University Professors
4121

Post-secondary Teaching and Research Assistants
4122

College and Other Vocational Instructors
4131

Secondary School Teachers
4141

Elementary School and Kindergarten Teachers
4142

Educational Counsellors
4143

Psychologists
4151

Social Workers
4152

Family, Marriage and Other Related Counsellors
4153

Ministers of Religion
4154

Probation and Parole Officers and Related Occupations
4155

Natural and Applied Science Policy Researchers, Consultants and Program Officers
4161

Economists and Economic Policy Researchers and Analysts
4162

Business Development Officers and Marketing Researchers and Consultants
4163

Social Policy Researchers, Consultants and Program Officers
4164

Health Policy Researchers, Consultants and Program Officers
4165

Education Policy Researchers, Consultants and Program Officers
4166

Recreation, Sports and Fitness Program Supervisors and Consultants
4167

Program Officers Unique to Government
4168

Other Professional Occupations in Social Science, n.e.c.Footnote for OCCUPATIONAL GROUPS — PRIVATE SECTOR EMPLOYERS OR PORTIONS OF THE PUBLIC SERVICE OF CANADA REFERRED TO IN PARAGRAPH 4(1)(c) OF THE ACT *

4169

Librarians
5111

Conservators and Curators
5112

Archivists
5113

Authors and Writers
5121

Editors
5122

Journalists
5123

Professional Occupations in Public Relations and Communications
5124

Translators, Terminologists and Interpreters
5125

Producers, Directors, Choreographers and Related Occupations
5131

Conductors, Composers and Arrangers
5132

Musicians and Singers
5133

Dancers
5134

Actors and Comedians
5135

Painters, Sculptors and Other Visual Artists
5136

4
Semi-professionals and Technicians
Chemical Technologists and Technicians
2211

Geological and Mineral Technologists and Technicians
2212

Meteorological Technicians
2213

Biological Technologists and Technicians
2221

Agricultural and Fish Products Inspectors
2222

Forestry Technologists and Technicians
2223

Conservation and Fishery Officers
2224

Landscape and Horticultural Technicians and Specialists
2225

Civil Engineering Technologists and Technicians
2231

Mechanical Engineering Technologists and Technicians
2232

Industrial Engineering and Manufacturing Technologists and Technicians
2233

Construction Estimators
2234

Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technologists and Technicians
2241

Electronic Service Technicians (Household and Business Equipment)
2242

Industrial Instrument Technicians and Mechanics
2243

Aircraft Instrument, Electrical and Avionics Mechanics, Technicians and Inspectors
2244

Architectural Technologists and Technicians
2251

Industrial Designers
2252

Drafting Technologists and Technicians
2253

Land Survey Technologists and Technicians
2254

Mapping and Related Technologists and Technicians
2255

Nondestructive Testers and Inspectors
2261

Engineering Inspectors and Regulatory Officers
2262

Inspectors in Public and Environmental Health and Occupational Health and Safety
2263

Construction Inspectors
2264

Air Pilots, Flight Engineers and Flying Instructors
2271

Air Traffic Control and Related Occupations
2272

Deck Officers, Water Transport
2273

Engineer Officers, Water Transport
2274

Railway Traffic Controllers and Marine Traffic Regulators
2275

Computer and Network Operators and Web Technicians
2281

User Support Technicians
2282

Systems Testing Technicians
2283

Medical Laboratory Technologists and Pathologists’ Assistants
3211

Medical Laboratory Technicians
3212

Veterinary and Animal Health Technologists and Technicians
3213

Respiratory Therapists, Clinical Perfusionists and Cardio-pulmonary Technologists
3214

Medical Radiation Technologists
3215

Medical Sonographers
3216

Cardiology Technologists
3217

Electroencephalographic and Other Diagnostic Technologists, n.e.c.Footnote for OCCUPATIONAL GROUPS — PRIVATE SECTOR EMPLOYERS OR PORTIONS OF THE PUBLIC SERVICE OF CANADA REFERRED TO IN PARAGRAPH 4(1)(c) OF THE ACT *

3218

Other Medical Technologists and Technicians (Except Dental Health)
3219

Denturists
3221

Dental Hygienists and Dental Therapists
3222

Dental Technologists, Technicians and Laboratory Bench Workers
3223

Opticians
3231

Midwives and Practitioners of Natural Healing
3232

Licensed Practical Nurses
3233

Ambulance Attendants and Other Paramedical Occupations
3234

Other Technical Occupations in Therapy and Assessment
3235

Paralegal and Related Occupations
4211

Community and Social Service Workers
4212

Employment Counsellors
4213

Early Childhood Educators and Assistants
4214

Instructors and Teachers of Persons with Disabilities
4215

Other Instructors
4216

Other Religious Occupations
4217

Library and Archive Technicians and Assistants
5211

Technical Occupations Related to Museums and Art Galleries
5212

Photographers
5221

Film and Video Camera Operators
5222

Graphic Arts Technicians
5223

Broadcast Technicians
5224

Audio and Video Recording Technicians
5225

Other Technical and Co-ordinating Occupations in Motion Pictures, Broadcasting and the Performing Arts
5226

Support Occupations in Motion Pictures, Broadcasting and the Performing Arts
5227

Announcers and Other Broadcasters
5231

Other Performers
5232

Graphic Designers and Illustrators
5241

Interior Designers
5242

Theatre, Fashion, Exhibit and Other Creative Designers
5243

Artisans and Craftspersons
5244

Patternmakers - Textile, Leather and Fur Products
5245

Athletes
5251

Coaches
5252

Sports Officials and Referees
5253

Program Leaders and Instructors in Recreation and Sport
5254

5
Supervisors
Supervisors, General Office and Administrative Support Clerks
1211

Supervisors, Finance and Insurance Clerks
1212

Supervisors, Library, Correspondence and Related Information Clerks
1213

Supervisors, Mail and Message Distribution Occupations
1214

Supervisors, Recording, Distributing and Scheduling Occupations
1215

Retail Trade Supervisors
6211

Food Service Supervisors
6212

Executive Housekeepers
6213

Dry Cleaning and Laundry Supervisors
6214

Cleaning Supervisors
6215

Other Service Supervisors
6216

6
Supervisors - Crafts and Trades
Supervisors, Machinists and Related Occupations
7211

Contractors and Supervisors, Electrical Trades and Telecommunications Occupations
7212

Contractors and Supervisors, Pipefitting Trades
7213

Contractors and Supervisors, Metal Forming, Shaping and Erecting Trades
7214

Contractors and Supervisors, Carpentry Trades
7215

Contractors and Supervisors, Mechanic Trades
7216

Contractors and Supervisors, Heavy Construction Equipment Crews
7217

Supervisors, Printing and Related Occupations
7218

Contractors and Supervisors, Other Construction Trades, Installers, Repairers and Servicers
7219

Supervisors, Railway Transport Operations
7221

Supervisors, Motor Transport and Other Ground Transit Operators
7222

Supervisors, Logging and Forestry
8211

Supervisors, Mining and Quarrying
8221

Supervisors, Oil and Gas Drilling and Service
8222

Farmers and Farm Managers
8251

Agricultural and Related Service Contractors and Managers
8252

Farm Supervisors and Specialized Livestock Workers
8253

Nursery and Greenhouse Operators and Managers
8254

Landscaping and Grounds Maintenance Contractors and Managers
8255

Supervisors, Landscape and Horticulture
8256

Aquaculture Operators and Managers
8257

Supervisors, Mineral and Metal Processing
9211

Supervisors, Petroleum, Gas and Chemical Processing and Utilities
9212

Supervisors, Food, Beverage and Tobacco Processing
9213

Supervisors, Plastic and Rubber Products Manufacturing
9214

Supervisors, Forest Products Processing
9215

Supervisors, Textile Processing
9216

Supervisors, Motor Vehicle Assembling
9221

Supervisors, Electronics Manufacturing
9222

Supervisors, Electrical Products Manufacturing
9223

Supervisors, Furniture and Fixtures Manufacturing
9224

Supervisors, Fabric, Fur and Leather Products Manufacturing
9225

Supervisors, Other Mechanical and Metal Product Manufacturing
9226

Supervisors, Other Products Manufacturing and Assembly
9227

7
Administrative and Senior Clerical Personnel
Administrative Officers
1221

Executive Assistants
1222

Personnel and Recruitment Officers
1223

Property Administrators
1224

Purchasing Agents and Officers
1225

Conference and Event Planners
1226

Court Officers and Justices of the Peace
1227

Immigration, Employment Insurance and Revenue Officers
1228

Bookkeepers
1231

Loan Officers
1232

Insurance Adjusters and Claims Examiners
1233

Insurance Underwriters
1234

Assessors, Valuators and Appraisers
1235

Customs, Ship and Other Brokers
1236

Secretaries (Except Legal and Medical)
1241

Legal Secretaries
1242

Medical Secretaries
1243

Court Recorders and Medical Transcriptionists
1244

8
Skilled Sales and Service Personnel
Technical Sales Specialists - Wholesale Trade
6221

Insurance Agents and Brokers
6231

Real Estate Agents and Salespersons
6232

Retail and Wholesale Buyers
6233

Grain Elevator Operators
6234

Chefs
6241

Cooks
6242

Butchers and Meat Cutters - Retail and Wholesale
6251

Bakers
6252

Police Officers (Except Commissioned)
6261

Firefighters
6262

Hairstylists and Barbers
6271

Funeral Directors and Embalmers
6272

9
Skilled Crafts and Trades Workers
Machinists and Machining and Tooling Inspectors
7231

Tool and Die Makers
7232

Electricians (Except Industrial and Power System)
7241

Industrial Electricians
7242

Power System Electricians
7243

Electrical Power Line and Cable Workers
7244

Telecommunications Line and Cable Workers
7245

Telecommunications Installation and Repair Workers
7246

Cable Television Service and Maintenance Technicians
7247

Plumbers
7251

Steamfitters, Pipefitters and Sprinkler System Installers
7252

Gas Fitters
7253

Sheet Metal Workers
7261

Boilermakers
7262

Structural Metal and Platework Fabricators and Fitters
7263

Ironworkers
7264

Welders and Related Machine Operators
7265

Blacksmiths and Die Setters
7266

Carpenters
7271

Cabinetmakers
7272

Bricklayers
7281

Concrete Finishers
7282

Tilesetters
7283

Plasterers, Drywall Installers and Finishers and Lathers
7284

Roofers and Shinglers
7291

Glaziers
7292

Insulators
7293

Painters and Decorators
7294

Floor Covering Installers
7295

Construction Millwrights and Industrial Mechanics (Except Textile)
7311

Heavy-duty Equipment Mechanics
7312

Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Mechanics
7313

Railway Carmen/women
7314

Aircraft Mechanics and Aircraft Inspectors
7315

Machine Fitters
7316

Textile Machinery Mechanics and Repairers
7317

Elevator Constructors and Mechanics
7318

Automotive Service Technicians, Truck Mechanics and Mechanical Repairers
7321

Motor Vehicle Body Repairers
7322

Oil and Solid Fuel Heating Mechanics
7331

Electric Appliance Servicers and Repairers
7332

Electrical Mechanics
7333

Motorcycle and Other Related Mechanics
7334

Other Small Engine and Equipment Mechanics
7335

Upholsterers
7341

Tailors, Dressmakers, Furriers and Milliners
7342

Shoe Repairers and Shoemakers
7343

Jewellers, Watch Repairers and Related Occupations
7344

Stationary Engineers and Auxiliary Equipment Operators
7351

Power Systems and Power Station Operators
7352

Railway and Yard Locomotive Engineers
7361

Railway Conductors and Brakemen/women
7362

Crane Operators
7371

Drillers and Blasters - Surface Mining, Quarrying and Construction
7372

Water Well Drillers
7373

Printing Press Operators
7381

Commercial Divers
7382

Other Trades and Related Occupations
7383

Underground Production and Development Miners
8231

Oil and Gas Well Drillers, Servicers, Testers and Related Workers
8232

Logging Machinery Operators
8241

Fishing Masters and Officers
8261

Fishing Vessel Skippers and Fishermen/women
8262

Central Control and Process Operators, Mineral and Metal Processing
9231

Petroleum, Gas and Chemical Process Operators
9232

Pulping Control Operators
9233

Papermaking and Coating Control Operators
9234

10
Clerical Personnel
General Office Clerks
1411

Records Management and Filing Clerks
1413

Receptionists and Switchboard Operators
1414

Data Entry Clerks
1422

Desktop Publishing Operators and Related Occupations
1423

Telephone Operators
1424

Accounting and Related Clerks
1431

Payroll Clerks
1432

Costumer Service Representatives - Financial Services
1433

Banking, Insurance and Other Financial Clerks
1434

Collectors
1435

Administrative Clerks
1441

Personnel Clerks
1442

Court Clerks
1443

Library Clerks
1451

Correspondence, Publication and Related Clerks
1452

Customer Service, Information and Related Clerks
1453

Survey Interviewers and Statistical Clerks
1454

Mail, Postal and Related Clerks
1461

Letter Carriers
1462

Couriers, Messengers and Door-to-door Distributors
1463

Shippers and Receivers
1471

Storekeepers and Parts Clerks
1472

Production Clerks
1473

Purchasing and Inventory Clerks
1474

Dispatchers and Radio Operators
1475

Transportation Route and Crew Schedulers
1476

11
Intermediate Sales and Service Personnel
Dental Assistants
3411

Nurse Aides, Orderlies and Patient Service Associates
3413

Other Assisting Occupations in Support of Health Services
3414

Sales Representatives - Wholesale Trade (Non-technical)
6411

Retail Salespersons and Sales Clerks
6421

Travel Counsellors
6431

Pursers and Flight Attendants
6432

Airline Sales and Service Agents
6433

Ticket Agents, Cargo Service Representatives and Related Clerks (Except Airline)
6434

Hotel Front Desk Clerks
6435

Tour and Travel Guides
6441

Outdoor Sport and Recreational Guides
6442

Casino Occupations
6443

Maîtres d’hôtel and Hosts/Hostesses
6451

Bartenders
6452

Food and Beverage Servers
6453

Sheriffs and Bailiffs
6461

Correctional Service Officers
6462

By-law Enforcement and Other Regulatory Officers, n.e.c.Footnote for OCCUPATIONAL GROUPS — PRIVATE SECTOR EMPLOYERS OR PORTIONS OF THE PUBLIC SERVICE OF CANADA REFERRED TO IN PARAGRAPH 4(1)(c) OF THE ACT *

6463

Occupations Unique to the Armed Forces
6464

Other Protective Service Occupations
6465

Visiting Homemakers, Housekeepers and Related Occupations
6471

Elementary and Secondary School Teacher Assistants
6472

Babysitters, Nannies and Parents’ Helpers
6474

Image, Social and Other Personal Consultants
6481

Estheticians, Electrologists and Related Occupations
6482

Pet Groomers and Animal Care Workers
6483

Other Personal Service Occupations
6484

12
Semi-skilled Manual Workers
Truck Drivers
7411

Bus Drivers and Subway and Other Transit Operators
7412

Taxi and Limousine Drivers and Chauffeurs
7413

Delivery and Courier Service Drivers
7414

Heavy Equipment Operators (Except Crane)
7421

Public Works Maintenance Equipment Operators
7422

Railway Yard Workers
7431

Railway Track Maintenance Workers
7432

Deck Crew, Water Transport
7433

Engine Room Crew, Water Transport
7434

Lock and Cable Ferry Operators and Related Occupations
7435

Boat Operators
7436

Air Transport Ramp Attendants
7437

Residential and Commercial Installers and Servicers
7441

Waterworks and Gas Maintenance Workers
7442

Automotive Mechanical Installers and Servicers
7443

Pest Controllers and Fumigators
7444

Other Repairers and Servicers
7445

Longshore Workers
7451

Material Handlers
7452

Underground Mine Service and Support Workers
8411

Oil and Gas Well Drilling Workers and Services Operators
8412

Chainsaw and Skidder Operators
8421

Silviculture and Forestry Workers
8422

General Farm Workers
8431

Nursery and Greenhouse Workers
8432

Fishing Vessel Deckhands
8441

Trappers and Hunters
8442

Machine Operators, Mineral and Metal Processing
9411

Foundry Workers
9412

Glass Forming and Finishing Machine Operators and Glass Cutters
9413

Concrete, Clay and Stone Forming Operators
9414

Inspectors and Testers, Mineral and Metal Processing
9415

Chemical Plant Machine Operators
9421

Plastics Processing Machine Operators
9422

Rubber Processing Machine Operators and Related Workers
9423

Water and Waste Plant Operators
9424

Sawmill Machine Operators
9431

Pulp Mill Machine Operators
9432

Papermaking and Finishing Machine Operators
9433

Other Wood Processing Machine Operators
9434

Paper Converting Machine Operators
9435

Lumber Graders and Other Wood Processing Inspectors and Graders
9436

Textile Fibre and Yarn Preparation Machine Operators
9441

Weavers, Knitters and Other Fabric-making Occupations
9442

Textile Dyeing and Finishing Machine Operators
9443

Textile Inspectors, Graders and Samplers
9444

Sewing Machine Operators
9451

Fabric, Fur and Leather Cutters
9452

Hide and Pelt Processing Workers
9453

Inspectors and Testers, Fabric, Fur and Leather Products Manufacturing
9454

Process Control and Machine Operators, Food and Beverage Processing
9461

Industrial Butchers and Meat Cutters, Poultry Preparers and Related Workers
9462

Fish Plant Workers
9463

Tobacco Processing Machine Operators
9464

Testers and Graders, Food and Beverage Processing
9465

Printing Machine Operators
9471

Camera, Platemaking and Other Pre-press Occupations
9472

Binding and Finishing Machine Operators
9473

Photographic and Film Processors
9474

Aircraft Assemblers and Aircraft Assembly Inspectors
9481

Motor Vehicle Assemblers, Inspectors and Testers
9482

Electronics Assemblers, Fabricators, Inspectors and Testers
9483

Assemblers and Inspectors, Electrical Appliance, Apparatus and Equipment Manufacturing
9484

Assemblers, Fabricators and Inspectors, Industrial Electrical Motors and Transformers
9485

Mechanical Assemblers and Inspectors
9486

Machine Operators and Inspectors, Electrical Apparatus Manufacturing
9487

Boat Assemblers and Inspectors
9491

Furniture and Fixture Assemblers and Inspectors
9492

Other Wood Products Assemblers and Inspectors
9493

Furniture Finishers and Refinishers
9494

Plastic Products Assemblers, Finishers and Inspectors
9495

Painters and Coaters - Industrial
9496

Plating, Metal Spraying and Related Operators
9497

Other Assemblers and Inspectors
9498

Machining Tool Operators
9511

Forging Machine Operators
9512

Woodworking Machine Operators
9513

Metalworking Machine Operators
9514

Other Metal Products Machine Operators
9516

Other Products Machine Operators
9517

13
Other Sales and Service Personnel
Cashiers
6611

Service Station Attendants
6621

Grocery Clerks and Store Shelf Stockers
6622

Other Elemental Sales Occupations
6623

Food Counter Attendants, Kitchen Helpers and Related Occupations
6641

Security Guards and Related Occupations
6651

Light Duty Cleaners
6661

Specialized Cleaners
6662

Janitors, Caretakers and Building Superintendents
6663

Operators and Attendants in Amusement, Recreation and Sport
6671

Other Attendants in Accommodation and Travel
6672

Dry Cleaning and Laundry Occupations
6681

Ironing, Pressing and Finishing Occupations
6682

Other Elemental Service Occupations
6683

14
Other Manual Workers
Construction Trades Helpers and Labourers
7611

Other Trades Helpers and Labourers
7612

Public Works and Maintenance Labourers
7621

Railway and Motor Transport Labourers
7622

Harvesting Labourers
8611

Landscaping and Grounds Maintenance Labourers
8612

Aquaculture and Marine Harvest Labourers
8613

Mine Labourers
8614

Oil and Gas Drilling, Servicing and Related Labourers
8615

Logging and Forestry Labourers
8616

Labourers in Mineral and Metal Processing
9611

Labourers in Metal Fabrication
9612

Labourers in Chemical Products Processing and Utilities
9613

Labourers in Wood, Pulp and Paper Processing
9614

Labourers in Rubber and Plastic Products Manufacturing
9615

Labourers in Textile Processing
9616

Labourers in Food, Beverage and Tobacco Processing
9617

Labourers in Fish Processing
9618

Other Labourers in Processing, Manufacturing and Utilities
9619

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SOR/2006-120, s. 7.
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SCHEDULE III(Subsection 1(2))

OCCUPATIONAL GROUPS — PORTIONS OF THE PUBLIC SERVICE OF CANADA REFERRED TO IN PARAGRAPH 4(1)(b) OF THE ACT

Item
Column I
Column II

Occupational Groups
Occupational Sub-groups

1
Executive

2
Scientific and Professional

Actuarial Science

Agriculture

Architecture and Town Planning

Auditing

Biological Sciences

Chemistry

Dentistry

Defence Scientific Service

Education

Engineering and Land Survey

Economics, Sociology and Statistics

Forestry

Home Economics

Historical Research

Law

Library Science

Mathematics

Medicine

Meteorology

Nursing

Occupational and Physical Therapy

Physical Sciences

Pharmacy

Psychology

Scientific Research

Scientific Regulation

Social Work

University Teaching

Veterinary Medicine

3
Administrative and Foreign Service

Administrative Services

Commerce

Computer Systems Administration

Financial Administration

Foreign Service

Information Services

Management/Administration Trainee

Organization and Methods

Personnel Administration

Purchasing and Supply

Program Administration

Translation

Welfare Programs

4
Technical

Air Traffic Control

Aircraft Operations

Drafting and Illustration

Engineering and Scientific Support

Electronics

Educational Support

General Technical

Primary Products Inspection

Photography

Radio Operations

Social Science Support

Ship’s Officer

Technical Inspection

5
Administrative Support

Communications

Clerical and Regulatory

Data Processing

Office Equipment Operation

Secretarial, Stenographic and Typing

6
Operational

Correctional Services

Firefighters

General Labour and Trades

General Services

Heat, Power and Stationary Plant Operation

Hospital Services

Lightkeepers

Printing Operations

Ship’s Crew

Ship Repair

SCHEDULE IV(Subsection 3(3))Workforce Survey Questionnaire — Questions

1 For the purposes of employment equity, aboriginal peoples means persons who are Indian, Inuit or Métis.
Based on this definition, are you an aboriginal person?
YesNo

2 For the purposes of employment equity, 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?
YesNo

3 For the purposes of employment equity, members of visible minorities means persons, other than aboriginal peoples, who are non-Caucasian in race or non-white in colour.
Based on this definition, are you a member of a visible minority?
YesNo

SCHEDULE V(Section 13)Employment Equity Tribunal Certificate

Certificate issued pursuant to subparagraph 39(4)(b)(i) of the Employment Equity Act
In the matter of the commission of a violation under (specify provision) of (specify title of Act or Regulations) by (identify employer)
It is hereby certified that, after service of a request under paragraph 39(1)(a) of the Employment Equity Act on (identify employer) setting out the time and place of hearing of the particulars of this matter, and at the conclusion of the proceedings in relation to the violation, I have determined that (identify employer) has committed a violation under (specify provision) of (specify title of Act or Regulations) on (specify date).
The penalty in respect of the violation is $(specify amount).
Dated this day of , 20.
Signed by:
(Name of Member of Tribunal or Names of Members of Tribunal)

(Address of Tribunal or Addresses of Members of Tribunal)
SOR/2006-120, s. 8.
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SCHEDULE VI(Subsection 15(1))

FORMS 1 TO 6
GRAPHICS ARE NOT DISPLAYED, SEE SOR/96-470, PP. 3002 TO 3020; SOR/99-356, S. 1; SOR/2006-120, S. 9

SOR/99-356, s. 1;
SOR/2006-120, s. 9.

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SCHEDULE VII(Subsection 23(1))

INDUSTRIAL SECTORS

Item
Column I
Column II

Industrial Classification
Industrial Group Description

1
Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting
Crop Production

Oilseed and Grain Farming

Vegetable and Melon Farming

Fruit and Tree Nut Farming

Greenhouse, Nursery and Floriculture Production

Other Crop Farming

Animal Production

Cattle Ranching and Farming

Hog and Pig Farming

Poultry and Egg Production

Sheep and Goat Farming

Animal Aquaculture

Other Animal Production

Forestry and Logging

Timber Tract Operations

Forest Nurseries and Gathering of Forest Products

Logging

Fishing, Hunting and Trapping

Fishing

Hunting and Trapping

Support Activities for Agriculture and Forestry

Support Activities for Crop Production

Support Activities for Animal Production

Support Activities for Forestry

2
Mining and Oil and Gas Extraction
Oil and Gas Extraction
Oil and Gas Extraction

Mining (except Oil and Gas)

Coal Mining

Metal Ore Mining

Non-metallic Mineral Mining and Quarrying

Support Activities for Mining and Oil and Gas Extraction
Support Activities for Mining and Oil and Gas Extraction

3
Utilities
Utilities

Electric Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution

Natural Gas Distribution

Water, Sewage and Other Systems

4
Construction
Prime Contracting

Land Subdivision and Land Development

Building Construction

Engineering Construction

Construction Management

Trade Contracting

Site Preparation Work

Building Structure Work

Building Exterior Finishing Work

Building Interior Finishing Work

Building Equipment Installation

Other Special Trade Contracting

5
Manufacturing
Food Manufacturing

Animal Food Manufacturing

Grain and Oilseed Milling

Sugar and Confectionery Product Manufacturing

Fruit and Vegetable Preserving and Specialty Food Manufacturing

Dairy Product Manufacturing

Meat Product Manufacturing

Seafood Product Preparation and Packaging

Bakeries and Tortilla Manufacturing

Other Food Manufacturing

Beverage and Tobacco Product Manufacturing

Beverage Manufacturing

Tobacco Manufacturing

Textile Mills

Fibre, Yarn and Thread Mills

Fabric Mills

Textile and Fabric Finishing and Fabric Coating

Textile Product Mills

Textile Furnishings Mills

Other Textile Product Mills

Clothing Manufacturing

Clothing Knitting Mills

Cut and Sew Clothing Manufacturing

Clothing Accessories and Other Clothing Manufacturing

Leather and Allied Product Manufacturing

Leather and Hide Tanning and Finishing

Footwear Manufacturing

Other Leather and Allied Product Manufacturing

Wood Product Manufacturing

Sawmills and Wood Preservation

Veneer, Plywood and Engineered Wood Product Manufacturing

Other Wood Product Manufacturing

Paper Manufacturing

Pulp, Paper and Paperboard Mills

Converted Paper Product Manufacturing

Printing and Related Support Activities
Printing and Related Support Activities

Petroleum and Coal Products Manufacturing
Petroleum and Coal Products Manufacturing

Chemical Manufacturing

Basic Chemical Manufacturing

Resin, Synthetic Rubber, and Artificial and Synthetic Fibres and Filaments Manufacturing

Pesticide, Fertilizer and Other Agricultural Chemical Manufacturing

Pharmaceutical and Medicine Manufacturing

Paint, Coating and Adhesive Manufacturing

Soap, Cleaning Compound and Toilet Preparation Manufacturing

Other Chemical Product Manufacturing

Plastics and Rubber Products Manufacturing

Plastic Product Manufacturing

Rubber Product Manufacturing

Non-metallic Mineral Product Manufacturing

Clay Product and Refractory Manufacturing

Glass and Glass Product Manufacturing

Cement and Concrete Product Manufacturing

Lime and Gypsum Product Manufacturing

Other Non-metallic Mineral Product Manufacturing

Primary Metal Manufacturing

Iron and Steel Mills and Ferro-alloy Manufacturing

Steel Product Manufacturing from Purchased Steel

Alumina and Aluminum Production and Processing

Non-ferrous Metal (except Aluminum) Production and Processing

Foundries

Fabricated Metal Product Manufacturing

Forging and Stamping

Cutlery and Hand Tool Manufacturing

Architectural and Structural Metals Manufacturing

Boiler, Tank and Shipping Container Manufacturing

Hardware Manufacturing

Spring and Wire Product Manufacturing

Machine Shops, Turned Product, and Screw, Nut and Bolt Manufacturing

Coating, Engraving, Heat Treating and Allied Activities

Other Fabricated Metal Product Manufacturing

Machinery Manufacturing

Agricultural, Construction and Mining Machinery Manufacturing

Industrial Machinery Manufacturing

Commercial and Service Industry Machinery Manufacturing

Ventilation, Heating, Air-conditioning and Commercial Refrigeration Equipment Manufacturing

Metalworking Machinery Manufacturing

Engine, Turbine and Power Transmission Equipment Manufacturing

Other General-purpose Machinery Manufacturing

Computer and Electronic Product Manufacturing

Computer and Peripheral Equipment Manufacturing

Communications Equipment Manufacturing

Audio and Video Equipment Manufacturing

Semiconductor and Other Electronic Component Manufacturing

Navigational, Measuring, Medical and Control Instruments Manufacturing

Manufacturing and Reproducing Magnetic and Optical Media

Electrical Equipment, Appliance and Component Manufacturing

Electric Lighting Equipment Manufacturing

Household Appliance Manufacturing

Electrical Equipment Manufacturing

Other Electrical Equipment and Component Manufacturing

Transportation Equipment Manufacturing

Motor Vehicle Manufacturing

Motor Vehicle Body and Trailer Manufacturing

Motor Vehicle Parts Manufacturing

Aerospace Product and Parts Manufacturing

Railroad Rolling Stock Manufacturing

Ship and Boat Building

Other Transportation Equipment Manufacturing

Furniture and Related Product Manufacturing

Household and Institutional Furniture and Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturing

Office Furniture (including Fixtures) Manufacturing

Other Furniture-related Product Manufacturing

Miscellaneous Manufacturing

Medical Equipment and Supplies Manufacturing

Other Miscellaneous Manufacturing

6
Wholesale Trade
Farm Product Wholesaler-Distributors
Farm Product Wholesaler-Distributors

Petroleum Product Wholesaler-Distributors
Petroleum Product Wholesaler-Distributors

Food, Beverage and Tobacco Wholesaler-Distributors

Food Wholesaler-Distributors

Beverage Wholesaler-Distributors

Cigarette and Tobacco Product Wholesaler-Distributors

Personal and Household Goods Wholesaler-Distributors

Textile, Clothing and Footwear Wholesaler-Distributors

Home Entertainment Equipment and Household Appliance Wholesaler-Distributors

Home Furnishings Wholesaler-Distributors

Personal Goods Wholesaler-Distributors

Pharmaceuticals, Toiletries, Cosmetics and Sundries Wholesaler-Distributors

Motor Vehicle and Parts Wholesaler-Distributors

Motor Vehicle Wholesaler-Distributors

New Motor Vehicle Parts and Accessories Wholesaler-Distributors

Used Motor Vehicle Parts and Accessories Wholesaler-Distributors

Building Material and Supplies Wholesaler-Distributors

Electrical, Plumbing, Heating and Air-Conditioning Equipment and Supplies Wholesaler-Distributors

Metal Service Centres

Lumber, Millwork, Hardware and Other Building Supplies Wholesaler-Distributors

Machinery, Equipment and Supplies Wholesaler-Distributors

Farm, Lawn and Garden Machinery and Equipment Wholesaler-Distributors

Construction, Forestry, Mining, and Industrial Machinery, Equipment and Supplies Wholesaler-Distributors

Computer and Communications Equipment and Supplies Wholesaler-Distributors

Other Machinery, Equipment and Supplies Wholesaler-Distributors

Miscellaneous Wholesaler-Distributors

Recyclable Material Wholesaler-Distributors

Paper, Paper Product and Disposable Plastic Product Wholesaler-Distributors

Agricultural Supplies Wholesaler-Distributors

Chemical (except Agricultural) and Allied Product Wholesaler-Distributors

Other Miscellaneous Wholesaler-Distributors

Wholesale Agents and Brokers
Wholesale Agents and Brokers

7
Retail Trade
Motor Vehicle and Parts Dealers

Automobile Dealers

Other Motor Vehicle Dealers

Automotive Parts, Accessories and Tire Stores

Furniture and Home Furnishings Stores

Furniture Stores

Home Furnishings Stores

Electronics and Appliance Stores
Electronics and Appliance Stores

Building Material and Garden Equipment and Supplies Dealers

Building Material and Supplies Dealers

Lawn and Garden Equipment and Supplies Stores

Food and Beverage Stores

Grocery Stores

Specialty Food Stores

Beer, Wine and Liquor Stores

Health and Personal Care Stores
Health and Personal Care Stores

Gasoline Stations
Gasoline Stations

Clothing and Clothing Accessories Stores

Clothing Stores

Shoe Stores

Jewellery, Luggage and Leather Goods Stores

Sporting Goods, Hobby, Book and Music Stores

Sporting Goods, Hobby and Musical Instrument Stores

Book, Periodical and Music Stores

General Merchandise Stores

Department Stores

Other General Merchandise Stores

Miscellaneous Store Retailers

Florists

Office Supplies, Stationery and Gift Stores

Used Merchandise Stores

Other Miscellaneous Store Retailers

Non-store Retailers

Electronic Shopping and Mail-order Houses

Vending Machine Operators

Direct Selling Establishments

8
Transportation and Warehousing
Air Transportation

Scheduled Air Transportation

Non-scheduled Air Transportation

Rail Transportation
Rail Transportation

Water Transportation

Deep Sea, Coastal and Great Lakes Water Transportation

Inland Water Transportation

Truck Transportation

General Freight Trucking

Specialized Freight Trucking

Transit and Ground Passenger Transportation

Urban Transit Systems

Interurban and Rural Bus Transportation

Taxi and Limousine Service

School and Employee Bus Transportation

Charter Bus Industry

Other Transit and Ground Passenger Transportation

Pipeline Transportation

Pipeline Transportation of Crude Oil

Pipeline Transportation of Natural Gas

Other Pipeline Transportation

Scenic and Sightseeing Transportation

Scenic and Sightseeing Transportation, Land

Scenic and Sightseeing Transportation, Water

Scenic and Sightseeing Transportation, Other

Support Activities for Transportation

Support Activities for Air Transportation

Support Activities for Rail Transportation

Support Activities for Water Transportation

Support Activities for Road Transportation

Freight Transportation Arrangement

Other Support Activities for Transportation

Postal Service
Postal Service

Couriers and Messengers

Couriers

Local Messengers and Local Delivery

Warehousing and Storage
Warehousing and Storage

9
Information and Cultural Industries
Publishing Industries

Newspaper, Periodical, Book and Database Publishers

Software Publishers

Motion Picture and Sound Recording Industries

Motion Picture and Video Industries

Sound Recording Industries

Broadcasting and Telecommunications

Radio and Television Broadcasting

Pay TV, Specialty TV and Program Distribution

Telecommunications

Information Services and Data Processing Services

Information Services

Data Processing Services

10
Finance and Insurance
Monetary Authorities - Central Bank
Monetary Authorities - Central Bank

Credit Intermediation and Related Activities

Depository Credit Intermediation

Non-depository Credit Intermediation

Activities Related to Credit Intermediation

Securities, Commodity Contracts, and Other Financial Investment and Related Activities

Securities and Commodity Contracts Intermediation and Brokerage

Securities and Commodity Exchanges

Other Financial Investment Activities

Insurance Carriers and Related Activities

Insurance Carriers

Agencies, Brokerages and Other Insurance Related Activities

Funds and Other Financial Vehicles

Pension Funds

Other Funds and Financial Vehicles

11
Real Estate and Rental and Leasing
Real Estate

Lessors of Real Estate

Offices of Real Estate Agents and Brokers

Activities Related to Real Estate

Rental and Leasing Services

Automotive Equipment Rental and Leasing

Consumer Goods Rental

General Rental Centres

Commercial and Industrial Machinery and Equipment Rental and Leasing

Lessors of Non-financial Intangible Assets (Except Copyrighted Works)
Lessors of Non-financial Intangible Assets (Except Copyrighted Works)

12
Professional, Scientific and Technical Services
Professional, Scientific and Technical Services

Legal Services

Accounting, Tax Preparation, Bookkeeping and Payroll Services

Architectural, Engineering and Related Services

Specialized Design Services

Computer Systems Design and Related Services

Management, Scientific and Technical Consulting Services

Scientific Research and Development Services

Advertising and Related Services

Other Professional, Scientific and Technical Services

13
Management of Companies and Enterprises
Management of Companies and Enterprises
Management of Companies and Enterprises

14
Administrative and Support, Waste Management and Remediation Services
Administrative and Support Services

Office Administrative Services

Facilities Support Services

Employment Services

Business Support Services

Travel Arrangement and Reservation Services

Investigation and Security Services

Services to Buildings and Dwellings

Other Support Services

Waste Management and Remediation Services

Waste Collection

Waste Treatment and Disposal

Remediation and Other Waste Management Services

15
Educational Services
Educational Services

Elementary and Secondary Schools

Community Colleges and CÉGEPs

Universities

Business Schools and Computer and Management Training

Technical and Trade Schools

Other Schools and Instruction

Educational Support Services

16
Health Care and Social Assistance
Ambulatory Health Care Services

Offices of Physicians

Offices of Dentists

Offices of Other Health Practitioners

Out-patient Care Centres

Medical and Diagnostic Laboratories

Home Health Care Services

Other Ambulatory Health Care Services

Hospitals

General Medical and Surgical Hospitals

Psychiatric and Substance Abuse Hospitals

Specialty (except Psychiatric and Substance Abuse) Hospitals

Nursing and Residential Care Facilities

Nursing Care Facilities

Residential Developmental Handicap, Mental Health and Substance Abuse Facilities

Community Care Facilities for the Elderly

Other Residential Care Facilities

Social Assistance

Individual and Family Services

Community Food and Housing, and Emergency and Other Relief Services

Vocational Rehabilitation Services

Child Day-care Services

17
Arts, Entertainment and Recreation
Performing Arts, Spectator Sports and Related Industries

Performing Arts Companies

Spectator Sports

Promoters (Presenters) of Performing Arts, Sports and Similar Events

Agents and Managers for Artists, Athletes, Entertainers and Other Public Figures

Independent Artists, Writers and Performers

Heritage Institutions
Heritage Institutions

Amusement, Gambling and Recreation Industries

Amusement Parks and Arcades

Gambling Industries

Other Amusement and Recreation Industries

18
Accommodation and Food Services
Accommodation Services

Traveller Accommodation

RV (Recreational Vehicle) Parks and Recreational Camps

Rooming and Boarding Houses

Food Services and Drinking Places

Full-service Restaurants

Limited-service Eating Places

Special Food Services

Drinking Places (Alcoholic Beverages)

19
Other Services (except Public Administration)
Repair and Maintenance

Automotive Repair and Maintenance

Electronic and Precision Equipment Repair and Maintenance

Commercial and Industrial Machinery and Equipment (except Automotive and Electronic) Repair and Maintenance

Personal and Household Goods Repair and Maintenance

Personal and Laundry Services

Personal Care Services

Funeral Services

Dry Cleaning and Laundry Services

Other Personal Services

Religious, Grant-making, Civic, and Professional and Similar Organizations

Religious Organizations

Grant-making and Giving Services

Social Advocacy Organizations

Civic and Social Organizations

Business, Professional, Labour and Other Membership Organizations

Private Households
Private Households

20
Public Administration
Federal Government Public Administration

Defence Services

Federal Protective Services

Federal Labour, Employment and Immigration Services

Foreign Affairs and International Assistance

Other Federal Government Public Administration

Provincial and Territorial Public Administration

Provincial Protective Services

Provincial Labour and Employment Services

Other Provincial and Territorial Public Administration

Local, Municipal and Regional Public Administration

Municipal Protective Services

Other Local, Municipal and Regional Public Administration

Aboriginal Public Administration
Aboriginal Public Administration

International and Other Extra-territorial Public Administration
International and Other Extra-territorial Public Administration

SOR/2006-120, s. 10.
Previous Version

SCHEDULE VIII(Paragraph 26(1)(b))Salary Sections

$100,000 and over

$95,000 - $99,999

$90,000 - $94,999

$85,000 - $89,999

$80,000 - $84,999

$75,000 - $79,999

$70,000 - $74,999

$65,000 - $69,999

$60,000 - $64,999

$55,000 - $59,999

$50,000 - $54,999

$45,000 - $49,999

$40,000 - $44,999

$35,000 - $39,999

$30,000 - $34,999

$25,000 - $29,999

$20,000 - $24,999

$15,000 - $19,999

$10,000 - $14,999

$ 5,000 - $ 9,999

Under $5,000