An official proclamation signed by the Lieutenant Governor of Alberta appointing individuals as Appeals Commissioners for the Appeals Commission for Alberta Workers' Compensation.
an executive order issued in Commonwealth Realms operating under the Westminster system
a type of legislation in the united kingdom and certain commonwealth countries which
An order passed by Cabinet to make regulations.
an order made by the Queen "by and with the advice of the Executive Council". These are signed by the Lieutenant Governor of Ontario, on the recommendation of the Minister of Cabinet or the Mining and Lands Commissioner.
The official authorization of the Governor (later the Lieutenant-Governor), based on the Minute-in-Council, for the implementation of decisions of the Executive Council, usually through the appointment of officials and/or the delegation of powers for specific tasks. An Order-in-Council is always based on the Minutes of the Executive Council. An Order-in-Council usually includes the signature (or initials) of the author (the Governor) and the date of the approval.
refers to Order-in-Council 2688/93 and any subsequent amendments. The Order-in-Council sets out the authority of the Registrar and municipal councils to license and regulate certain lottery events.
Decree made by the Lieutenant Governor issued with the advice of the Executive Council.
A legislative instrument generated by the governor-in-council, which constitutes a formal recommendation of Cabinet that is approved and signed by the governor general.
an executive decision that is drafted by the Cabinet, as the active committee of the Privy Council, and given legal force by the Governor General's signature. Orders-in-Council may be appointments or regulations made under the authority of a statute.
An Order-in-Council is a type of legislation in Commonwealth Realms. In the United Kingdom this legislation is formally made in the name of the Queen by the Privy Council (Queen-in-Council); in Canada in the name of the Governor General by the Queen's Privy Council for Canada; and in the name of the Governor-General, Lieutenant-Governor, or Governor by the Executive Council (Governor-in-Council) in other Realms, Canadian provinces, Australian states, or British Overseas Territories.