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B.C. Reg. 281/2006
O.C. 738/2006
Deposited October 20, 2006
This consolidation is current to June 18, 2019.

Employment Standards Act

Compassionate Care Leave Regulation

Contents
1Definition
2Prescribed classes of individuals — "family member"

Definition

1   In this regulation, "Act" means the Employment Standards Act.

Prescribed classes of individuals — "family member"

2   The following classes of individuals are prescribed for the purposes of section 52.1 (1) of the Act:

(a) in relation to an employee,

(i) a step-sibling,

(ii) an aunt or uncle,

(iii) a niece or nephew,

(iv) a current or former foster parent,

(v) a current or former foster child,

(vi) a current or former ward,

(vii) a current or former guardian, or

(viii) the spouse of

(A) a sibling or step-sibling,

(B) a child or stepchild,

(C) a grandparent,

(D) a grandchild,

(E) an aunt or uncle,

(F) a niece or nephew,

(G) a current or former foster child, or

(H) a current or former guardian;

(b) in relation to the employee's spouse,

(i) a parent or stepparent,

(ii) a sibling or step-sibling,

(iii) a child,

(iv) a grandparent,

(v) a grandchild,

(vi) an aunt or uncle,

(vii) a niece or nephew,

(viii) a current or former foster parent, or

(ix) a current or former ward;

(c) whether or not related to an employee by blood, adoption, marriage or common law partnership, an individual with a serious medical condition, as described by section 52.1 (2) of the Act, who considers the employee to be, or whom the employee considers to be, like a close relative.

[Provisions of the Employment Standards Act, R.S.B.C. 1996, c. 113, relevant to the enactment of this regulation: sections 52.1 (1) (b) and 127 (2) (s)]