For similar provisions in other provinces, see The Workers' Compensation Act, SS 1979, c W-17.1, s 68(2); Workers' Compensation Act, RSNB
1973, c W-13, s 38.2(5).
(10) Only governments have the power to initiate a reference: the Governor-in-Council at the federal level (see Supreme Court Act, supra note 8, s 53) and the Lieutenant-Governor-in-Council at the provincial level (see Constitutional Question Act, RSBC 1996, c 68, s 1; Constitutional Questions Act, RSNS 1989, c 89, s 3; Court of Appeal Reference Act, RSQ 1977, c R-23, s 1; Courts of Justice Act, RSO 1990, c C-43, s 8(1); Judicature Act, RSA 2000, c J-2, s 26(1); Judicature Act, RSNB
1973, c J-2, s 23(1); Judicature Act, RSNL 1990, c J-4, s 13; Judicature Act, RSPEI 1988, c J-2.1, s 7(1); The Constitutional Questions Act, CCSM 2002, c C180, s 1; The Constitutional Questions Act, 2012, SS 2012, c C-29.01, s 2(1)).
(63) See Mental Health Act, RSNB
, c M-10, s 30.1(5) [NB MHA].
1973, c P-25 ("[w]here an adjudicator determines that an employee has been discharged or otherwise disciplined by the employer for cause ...
See: (British Columbia) Human Rights Code, RSBC1996 c 210; Alberta Human Rights Act, RSA 2000 c A-25.5; Saskatchewan Human Rights Code, SS1979 c S-24.1; (Manitoba) The Human Rights Code, CCSM c H175; (Newfoundland & Labrador) Human Rights Act, 2010, SNL2010, c H-13.1; (New Brunswick) Human Rights Act, RSNB
2011 c 171; Quebec Charter of Human Rights and Freedoms, RSQ c-12; (Nova Scotia) Human Rights Act, RSNS1989 c 214; (Prince Edward Island) Human Rights Act, RSPE11988 c H-12; (Yukon) Human Rights Act, RSY 2002 c 116; (Northwest Territories) Human Rights Act, SNWT 2002 c 18; (Nunavut) Human Rights Act, SNU 2003 c 12 Appendix
Patients Property Act, RSBC 1996, c 349 [BC Patients Property Act]; Infirm Persons Act, RSNB
1973, c I-8; Incompetent Persons Act, RSNS 1989, c 218; Mentally Disabled Persons' Estates Act, RSN 1990, c M-10; Alberta Adult Guardianship Act, supra note 40; Substitute Decisions Act, 1992, SO 1992, c 30 [Ontario Substitute Decisions Act]; Adult Protection Act, RSPEI 1988, c A-5 [PEI Adult Protection Act]; Adult Protection and Decision Making Act, being Schedule A to the Decision Making, Support and Protection to Adults Act, SY 2003, c 21 [Yukon Adult Protection Act]; Guardianship and Trusteeship Act, SNWT 1994, c 29 [Northwest Territories Guardianship Act]; The Adult Guardianship and Co-decision-making Act, SS 2000, c A-5.3 [Saskatchewan Adult Guardianship Act].
(60) An Act Recognizing the Equality of the Two Official Linguistic Communities in New Brunswick, RSNB
2011, c198 (commonly referred to at the time as Bill 88).
See Defamation Act, RSA 2000, c D-7, s 1(b); The Defamation Act, RSM 1987, c D20, s 1, CCSM c D20, s 1; Defamation Act, RSNS 1989, c 122, s 2(b); Defamation Act, RSNB
1973, c D-5, s 1; Defamation Act, RSPEI 1988, c D-5, s 1(b); Defamation Act, RSNL 1990, c D-3, s 2(b); Defamation Act, RSY 2002, c 52, s 1; Defamation Act, RSNWT 1988, c D-l, s 1.