Ottawa Agreement And Discriminatory Protection

9. The university takes appropriate preventive and remedial measures in the event of harassment or discrimination and, to the extent warranted, will hold individuals accountable in accordance with collective agreements, conditions of employment or other academic guidelines or regulations. Article 9 of Article 9 deals with the duration of agreements and stipulates that the Ministry of Finance must determine when the agreements are no longer in force. Section 10 1130 provides for the presentation in the House of Commons of tariff regulations and orders on other matters before both chambers and to require the approval of resolutions by all Members. Article 11 gives the existing advisory committee the power to refer to specific issues. Section 14 deals with the length of the law and provides that the law will be maintained as long as one of the agreements remains in force. The reason for this provision is that the agreements, as you like, last five years, but then they can continue after five years, unless they are denounced by either party. There is also, as I should have reminded your gentlemen, a provision in the agreements that, if it turns out, before the five years, that there are things that have an undue effect on either party, there will be an opportunity to consult with the governments concerned. It is always a question of creating, in detailed agreements of this kind, which deal with a very wide range of subjects, something that had not been foreseen and which can lead to difficulties. The provision of the consultation is intended to clarify, within the framework of the agreement, that, in the case of the treaty, it is not envisaged that any of the governments concerned will be accused of any attempt to evade its obligations when it brings to the attention of the other party the difficulties encountered. There can be no change to the agreement without the agreement of both parties, but it is desirable to make it clear that one of the parties has the right to bring to the attention the other issues that may arise from it. The Ottawa Agreements were twelve bilateral trade agreements providing for reciprocal tariff concessions and certain other obligations negotiated in Ottawa from July 20 to August 20, 1932 by Great Britain, Canada and other Commonwealth Dominions and territories.