Chapter 204 - Pay of Officers & Non-Commissioned Members

Section 1 – Pay - Regular Force and Reserve Force on Class C Reserve Service - General

204.01 - Application

The instructions in this section apply to officers and non-commissioned members who:

  1. are enrolled in the Regular Force;
  2. transfer from the Reserve Force to the Regular Force; or
  3. commence a period of Class C Reserve Service.

(TB, effective 22 June 2006)

204.015 - Pay Increments

204.015(1) (Purpose) Pay increments as set out in the tables to the CBIs in this chapter serve two purposes:

  1. to determine the rate of pay on enrolment, transfer or change in class of Reserve Service based on pay credits that, in accordance with orders or instructions issued by the Chief of Defence Staff, reflect the amount of qualifying service, academic or other special qualifications possessed by an applicant that are determined to be of military value; and
  2. to provide a means of progression through the pay range for each rank.

204.015(2) (Qualifying service) Subject to paragraph (4) and other conditions as may be prescribed in orders or instructions issued by the Chief of the Defence Staff, qualifying service includes:

  1. subject to paragraph (3) of this instruction, all previous service of an officer or non-commissioned member in the member's present rank, equivalent rank or any higher rank, including paid acting rank in:
    1. the Regular Force and all other permanent armed forces of Her Majesty,
    2. any component of the Canadian Forces and of all other armed forces of Her Majesty, when on active service,
    3. the Reserve Force on Class B or Class C Reserve Service;
  2. one-quarter of all previous service in the Reserve Force, other than Class B or C Reserve Service, in the officer's or non-commissioned member's present rank, equivalent rank or any higher rank, including paid acting rank, in the Primary Reserve, the Cadet Instructors Cadre or the Canadian Rangers; and
  3. for an officer or non-commissioned member on enrolment in the Canadian Forces, a period as established in orders or instructions issued by the Chief of the Defence Staff, for academic or other special qualifications considered by the Chief of the Defence Staff to be of military value.

204.015(3) (Determination of pay increments on transfer, re-enrolment or on commencement of Class C service) The determination of a member's pay increment shall include all qualifying service as determined in paragraph (2) and shall take into consideration any other relevant factor set out in the following table as may be applicable to the member's circumstance:

When a member isThe member is entitled to
an officer who was appointed or commissioned to an officer rank directly from the rank of corporal or above, or an officer in the rank of lieutenant or second lieutenant who was entitled to pay level B or C in Table B to CBI 204.52 (Pay – Officers) prior to a component transfer. the number of pay increments that would have been awarded under CBI 204.04 (Rate of Pay on Promotion) had the officer been transferred in a non-commissioned member rank as determined in orders or instructions issued by the Chief of the Defence Staff, at the pay increment determined in paragraph (2) of this instruction, and promoted directly to their substantive officer rank on the day of transfer.
placed on Class C Reserve service in their substantive rank with less than 120 hours notice, then effective for the period commencing on 22 June 2006 and ending 1 April 2015, the same pay increment for their rank and, if applicable, pay level or trade group or both as they were entitled to under section 5 of this chapter immediately prior to changing classes of service. The new rate of pay so determined shall be valid for a period not to exceed 60 days, commencing on the 61st day the members' rate of pay shall be recalculated in accordance with subparagraph (c).
placed on Class C service in their substantive rank with more than 120 hours notice, or has completed a 60 day period during which their pay was calculated in accordance with subparagraph (b), then effective 22 June 2006. the greater of:
  1. for an officer who was appointed or commissioned to an officer rank directly from the rank of corporal or above, or for an officer in the rank of lieutenant or second lieutenant who is entitled to pay level B or C in Table B to CBI 204.52 (Pay – Officers), the number of pay increments that would have been awarded under CBI 204.04 (Rate of Pay on Promotion) had they been enrolled in their former non-commissioned member rank, at the pay increment determined in paragraph (3) of this instruction, and promoted directly to their substantive officer rank on the day of enrolment; or
  2. the pay increment that is closest to but not less than the rate of pay they would have received in their employed rank, pay level and trade group, as applicable, under section 5 of this Chapter immediately prior to changing classes of service.

204.015(4) (Exception) Qualifying service for pay increments does not include:

  1. any service prior to a continuous interruption of more than five years during which no service designated in paragraph (2) was performed, unless the member during the period of the interruption has maintained relevant skills or qualifications considered by the Chief of the Defence Staff, or any officer designated by the Chief of the Defence Staff, to be of military value;
  2. any service that is not declared on enrolment;
  3. any service prior to the date of a promotion to a higher substantive rank, other than a period of continuous service in an acting rank at the end of which the officer or non-commissioned member is promoted to the same substantive rank; or

    (TB, effective 22 June 2006)
  4. any period of forfeiture imposed under QR&O 208.30 (Forfeitures - Officers and Non-Commissioned Members) or QR&O 208.31 (Forfeitures, Deductions and Cancellations - When No Service Rendered), or leave without pay other than a period granted under QR&O 16.26 (Maternity Leave) or QR&O 16.27 (Parental Leave).

    (TB, effective 14 July 2009)

204.015(5) (Promotion on enrolment) An officer or non-commissioned member who is promoted to a higher rank effective the date of the member's enrolment or the day following enrolment is, for the purpose of pay increment increases, deemed to have been enrolled in the rank to which the member was promoted.

204.015(6) (Reduction or reversion) On reduction in rank or reversion to a lower rank, an officer or non-commissioned member shall be paid at the pay increment for that lower rank that is determined by taking into account all previous qualifying service in that rank and in any higher rank.

204.015(7) (General) Following the initial determination of the rate of pay on enrolment, component transfer or change in class of service, an officer or non-commissioned member shall be paid at the monthly rate of pay for the next higher pay increment for the member's rank and, if applicable, pay level or trade group or both, as established in the applicable CBI in this Chapter, if the member has:

  1. met the performance standards established in orders or instructions issued by the Chief of the Defence Staff; and
  2. has completed one year of qualifying service, or after such lesser amount of qualifying service as may be authorized by the Chief of the Defence Staff.

(TB, effective 22 June 2006)

204.02 - Pay on Leave

An officer or non-commissioned member shall be paid for any period of leave except when the leave has been granted as leave without pay.

204.03 - Pay on Occupational Transfer

204.03(1) (Definitions)The definitions in this paragraph apply in this instruction.

compulsory occupational transfer

means an officer or non-commissioned member who is obligated to change their military occupation as a result of:

  1. the elimination of their military occupation
  2. the downgrading of their military occupation to a lower trade group;
  3. the amalgamation of two or more military occupations;
  4. not meeting the minimum medical standard for their occupation; or
  5. a change in the overall military establishment, including a surplus or deficiency in a military occupation.
occupational career progression

means the achievement by a non-commissioned member of occupational or professional qualifications – established by or under the authority of the Chief of the Defence Staff – that entitle the member to a rate of pay in a higher trade group, and includes progression from a junior to a qualified level within the same occupation.

(TB, effective 1 March 2012)

voluntary occupational transfer

means an officer or non-commissioned member who has precipitated a change in their military occupation as a result of:

  1. a personal decision to change occupation;
  2. personal inefficiency, including personal performance or conduct, in their former occupation;
  3. their failure to achieve the academic or military standard in their occupation;
  4. the Officer Voluntary Transfer Program (OVOTP);
  5. the Annual Voluntary Occupation Transfer (AVOT);
  6. the Continuing Occupation Transfer Program (COTP);
  7. the Land Occupation Transfer Program (LOTP); or
  8. the Naval Technician Training Plan (NTTP).

204.03(2) (Rate of pay - compulsory occupational transfer) Subject to paragraph (3), the rate of pay of an officer or non-commissioned member who was compulsorily occupationally transferred shall be the greater of:

  1. the rate of pay established for the pay increment determined in accordance with CBI 204.015 (Pay Increments) for the member's rank, pay level and new trade group that is nearest to, but not less than, the rate of pay the member was receiving on the day immediately prior to the member's transfer, but not to exceed the rate of pay for the highest pay increment in the new rank and trade group; or
  2. the rate of pay before the change of military occupation until the rate of pay in the new or downgraded military occupation for the rank, pay increment and, if applicable, pay level and trade group is greater than or equal to the rate of pay before the change of military occupation and any higher pay increment for the rank and, if applicable, pay level and trade group to which the member would have become entitled had the member remained in the former military occupation;

together with any upwards adjustments to the rates of pay determined under subparagraphs (a) and (b) that may be established from time to time.

204.03(3) (Exception - compulsory occupational transfer) Paragraph (2) of this instruction does not apply to:

  1. pilots who are paid under CBI 204.215 (Pay - Officers - Pilots); or
  2. non-commissioned members who are appointed to the rank of officer cadet or to whom an officer entry plan referred to in CBI 204.211 (Pay - General Service Officers - Officer Entry Plans - Lieutenant, Second Lieutenant and Officer Cadet ) applies.

204.03(4) (Rate of pay - reallocation of occupation to a higher trade group) A non-commissioned member in an occupation that has been reallocated to a higher trade group, or who has been compulsorily occupationally transferred to an occupation in which the member is deemed qualified to the standard for their rank, shall be paid at the rate of pay in the higher trade group for the rank and pay increment that they held on the day before the reallocation and any higher pay increment to which the member would have become entitled had the member remained in the former military occupation, together with any upwards adjustments to the rates of pay that may be established from time to time.

204.03(5) (Rate of pay - occupational career progression) A non-commissioned member who progresses in their occupational career shall be paid the rate of pay established in the senior Military Occupational Structure Identification (MOSID) in a specialist occupation, for the pay increment and qualifying service for their rank pertaining to the sum of:

  1. the pay increment for their rank in the higher trade group that is nearest to, but not less than, the rate of pay the member was receiving on the day immediately prior to meeting the conditions the senior MOSID; and
  2. the qualifying service accumulated in the junior MOSID of the same occupation for the member’s present rank, including any acting rank,

(TB 1 June 2017, effective 1 September 2017)

but not to exceed the rate of pay for the highest pay increment in their new trade group.

204.03(6) (Rate of pay - voluntary occupational transfer) An officer or non-commissioned member who voluntarily transfers to a military occupation, under such conditions as established in orders or instructions issued by the Chief of the Defence Staff, shall be paid the rate of pay established for the member's rank, pay level, new trade group, if applicable, and pay increment determined in accordance with CBI 204.015 (Pay Increments). Once a member achieves occupational qualified status, their rate of pay shall be determined in accordance with paragraph (5) of this instruction.

Note:

With the exception of non-commissioned members transferring directly to the Electrical Technician, Flight Engineer, Marine Engineering Artificer, Marine Engineering Technician or Non-Destructive Technician occupations, a non-commissioned member in receipt of specialist pay who voluntarily transfers to a new specialist occupation will be assigned on the date of the transfer to the Junior subdivision of the new occupation and shall be paid at the standard rate of pay until they are fully qualified in the new occupation. The date of transfer to the qualified subdivision is the date at which both the necessary qualification and rank level have been obtained.

(TB, effective 1 March 2012)

204.03(7) (Rate of pay - transfer to the pilot occupation) Prior to meeting the conditions in paragraph (1) in CBI 204.215 (Pay - Officers - Pilots), an officer who transfers to the pilot occupation in the rank of captain shall be paid the rate of pay established for the officer's rank in CBI 204.21 (Pay - General Officers, Colonels and General Service Officers) at the pay increment determined under CBI 204.015 (Pay Increments).

204.03(8) (Rate of pay - Military legal training plan) After July 2008, an officer in the military legal training plan who has not met the conditions in paragraph (1) in CBI 204.218 (Pay - Officers - Legal) shall be paid at rate of pay for the rank of captain in CBI 204.21 (Pay - General Officers, Colonels and General Service Officers) at the pay increment determined under CBI 204.015 (Pay Increments). For greater certainty, despite CBI 204.215 (Pay Officers - Pilots), a pilot in the military legal training plan is no longer under an obligation to fly and shall be paid a rate of pay in CBI 204.21 (Pay - General Officers, Colonels and General Service Officers) at the pay increment determined under CBI 204.015 (Pay Increments).

204.03(9) (Rate of pay - Medical or Dental Officer Training Plan or Military Medical or Dental Training Plan) After July 2008, an officer in the rank of captain in the Medical or Dental Officer Training Plan or the Military Medical or Dental Training Plan who has not met the conditions in paragraph (1) in:

  1. CBI 204.216 (Pay - Medical Officers); or
  2. CBI 204.217 (Pay - Dental Officers),

shall be paid the rate of pay prescribed for the officer's rank in CBI 204.21 (Pay - General Officers, Colonels and General Service Officers) at the pay increment determined under CBI 204.015 (Pay Increments). For greater clarity, despite CBI 204.215 (Pay - Officers - Pilots), a pilot in the military medical or dental training plan is no longer under an obligation to fly and shall be paid a rate of pay in CBI 204.21 (Pay - General Officers, Colonels and General Service Officers) at the pay increment determined under CBI 204.015 (Pay Increments).

204.03(10) (Rate of pay - Military Chaplain or Pharmacy Training Plan) After July 2008, an officer, other than an officer paid under CBI 204.21 (Pay - Officers - General Officers, Colonels and General Service Officers), who is enrolled in the Military Chaplain or Pharmacy Training Plan, shall be paid as a General Service Officer at the rate of pay for the rank of captain in CBI 204.21 at the pay increment determined under CBI 204.015 (Pay Increments).

(TB, effective 1 August 2004)

204.04 - Rate of Pay on Promotion

204.04(1) (General) The rate of pay on promotion or commission for an officer up to the rank of lieutenant-general and for a non-commissioned member is based on the member’s rate of pay on the day prior to their promotion.  A pay increment higher than basic in the new rank may be determined in accordance with this instruction.

(TB 1 June 2017, effective 1 September 2017)

204.04(2) (Application) This instruction applies to officers and non-commissioned members paid under Section 2 and 3 of this Chapter, with the exception of:

  1. officer cadets commissioned to second lieutenant to whom the Direct Entry Officer Plan applies ; and
  2. corporals on appointment to master corporal.

204.04(3) (Rate of pay on promotion) Subject to paragraphs (4) and (5), an officer or non-commissioned member shall be paid, on promotion to a higher rank, at the rate of pay established in the applicable CBI which is the greater of:

  1. the basic rate of pay for the member's new rank and, if applicable, pay level and trade group; or
  2. the rate of pay for the pay increment and, if applicable, pay level and trade group, for the member’s new rank that is nearest to, but at least equal to, the sum of the rate of pay the member was receiving on the day before the effective date of the promotion plus an amount equal to the rate of pay established for pay increment 1 minus pay increment Basic in the member’s new rank, but not to exceed the rate of pay for the highest pay increment in the new rank.

(TB 1 June 2017, effective 1 September 2017)

204.04(4) (General Service Officer - Officer Entry Plans) If an officer is paid under CBI 204.211 (Pay - General Service Officers - Officer Entry Plans -Lieutenant, Second Lieutenant and Officer Cadet) and is entitled to receive pay level D on promotion to a higher rank, but the rate calculated under subparagraph (3)(b) of this instruction exceeds the rate of pay for the highest pay increment in pay level D in Table B or C, as applicable for the officer's new rank, the officer shall be paid under pay level E in that table in accordance with paragraph (3).

204.04(5) (Medical and Dental officers) If a medical or dental officer is promoted to the rank captain or above:

  1. basic rate of pay for the purpose of subparagraph (3)(a) is pay increment 1; and
  2. the difference between the rate of pay established for pay increment 1 and pay increment Basic for the purpose of subparagraph (3)(b) is the difference between the rate of pay established for pay increment 2 and pay increment 1.

(TB, effective 1 April 2005)

204.07 - Repealed by TB, Effective 1 April 2002

204.072 - Repealed by TB, Effective 1 April 2002

204.075 - Rate of Pay on Promotion – Retroactive Pay Increase

When an officer or non-commissioned member has been promoted, and a revision of the rate of pay established in the CBI that applies to the member is approved after the date on which the member was promoted, as a result of which payment of the revised rate of pay for the member's new rank and pay increment and, if applicable, pay level and trade group is to commence prior to the date of the member's promotion, the member shall be paid from the date of the promotion at the rate of pay that is determined by the application of the CBI that determine the member's rate of pay on promotion, as if the revised rates of pay had been approved prior to the date of the promotion.

204.08 - Rate of Pay on Promotion –Coincident with a Pay Increase

An officer or non-commissioned member who is promoted coincidentally with a pay increase shall have the rate of pay resulting from that promotion determined as if the member had been promoted on the day prior to the pay increase.

204.09 - Rate of Pay on Commissioning – Simultaneous Promotion to a Higher Rank

An officer, on being commissioned, who is promoted on the same day on which the officer is commissioned, or on the day following the day on which the officer was commissioned, shall be paid as if they were commissioned in that higher rank.

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Section 2 – Pay - Regular Force and Reserve Force on Class C Reserve Service - Officers

204.20 - Application

This section applies to officers of the

  1. Regular Force; and
  2. Reserve Force on Class C Reserve Service.

204.205: Repealed by TB, Effective 1 April 2005

204.21 - Pay – General Service Officers, Colonels and General Service Officers

204.21(1) (Application) This instruction applies to an officer in the rank of lieutenant-general, major-general, brigadier-general, colonel, lieutenant-colonel, major or captain, other than an officer who:

  1. is paid under:
    1. CBI 204.215 (Pay - Officers - Pilots - Lieutenant-colonel, Major and Captain);
    2. CBI 204.216 (Pay - Medical Officers);
    3. CBI 204.217 (Pay - Dental Officers);
    4. CBI 204.218 (Pay - Officers - Legal); or
    5. QR&O 204.22 (Pay - Military Judges).
      (TB, effective 1 March 2011)
  2. holds a position to which the officer is appointed by the Governor in Council.

204.21(2) (Rate of pay) Subject to paragraphs (3), (4) and CBI 204.075 (Rate of Pay on Promotion – Retroactive Pay Increase), the rate of pay of an officer to whom this instruction applies is, for each month after the month and year specified in the table to this instruction, as prescribed for the officer's rank and pay increment in the aforementioned table.

204.21(3) (Commissioning From the Ranks) If a non-commissioned member is promoted to the rank of captain when commissioned, the member shall be deemed to have been promoted directly to that rank for the purpose of CBI 204.04 (Rate of Pay on Promotion).

204.21(4) (Acting Pay – Senior Officers) An officer in the substantive rank of colonel or above to whom this instruction applies, and who is appointed to a position established for a higher rank in accordance with instructions issued by the Chief of the Defence Staff, shall be paid in accordance with Instructions for the administration of acting pay in Appendix B of the Salary Administration Policy for the Executive Group, issued by the Treasury Board Secretariat.

204.21(5) (Limitation) The entitlement under Paragraph (4) of this instruction is limited as follows:

  1. officers in those ranks which are benchmarked to a Public Service Executive Group level of EX 4 or above are subject to the limitations in Appendix B of the Salary Administration Policy for the Executive Group, issued by the Treasury Board Secretariat, and
  2. acting pay is limited to the pay for one rank higher than the officer's substantive rank.

Notes

  1. This policy will be applied in the Canadian Forces context with the powers and functions of a Deputy Minister or a deputy head to be exercised by the Chief of the Defence Staff.
  2. For the purposes of paragraph (4), a position established for a higher rank includes a civilian position one or more levels higher in the reporting structure than the officer's substantive position.

(TB, effective 1 April 2006)

Table to CBI 204.21 - Monthly Rates (in dollars) after March 2017 for Captain, Major and Lieutenant-Colonel. Monthly Rates (in dollars) after March 2013 for Colonel, Brigadier-General, Major-General and Lieutenant-General.

RankPay Increment BasicPay Incr 1Pay Incr 2Pay Incr 3Pay Incr 4Pay Incr 5Pay Incr 6Pay Incr 7Pay Incr 8Pay Incr 9Pay Incr 10
Captain 6596 6846 7097 7347 7590 7826 8058 8298 8437 8576 8718
Major 8919 9077 9231 9385 9539 9693 9848 10002      
Lieutenant-Colonel 10337 10505 10666 10835 11001          

 

Colonel 11162 11602 12041 12483              
Brigadier-General 13209 13562 13936 14300              
Major-General 15161 16030 16932 17808              
Lieutenant-General 19459 19987 20541 21067              

(TB 1 June 2017, effective 1 April 2017 for Captain, Major and Lieutenant-Colonel)

(TB 26 November 2013, effective 1 April 2013 for Colonel, Brigadier-General, Major-General and Lieutenant-General)

204.211 - Pay - General Service Officers - Officer Entry Plans - Lieutenant, Second Lieutenant and Officer Cadet

204.211(1) (Purpose) The purpose of this instruction is to establish the rate of pay for an officer on enrolment, component transfer or commissioning, taking into consideration the number of pay increments awarded in accordance with CBI 204.015 (Pay Increments), CBI 204.04 (Rate of Pay on Promotion), and the officer's rank and entry plan.

204.211(1.1) (Abbreviations) The following abbreviations are used in this CBI:

##MCECOPY##Colonel, Brigadier-General, Major-General and Lieutenant-General
CEOTP

means Continuing Education Officer Training Plan

CFRP

means Commissioned From the Ranks Plan

DEO

means Direct Entry Officer

OCTP

means Officer Candidate Training Plan (No Former Service and Former Service)

ROTP

means Regular Officer Training Plan

SCP

means Special Commissioning Plan

UTP(NCM)

means University Training Plan Non-Commissioned Member

204.211(1.2) (Application) This instruction applies to

  1. an officer cadet to whom the ROTP, the UTP(NCM), the OCTP, the CEOTP, the SCP or the CFRP applies;
  2. a lieutenant or a second lieutenant who has successfully completed the ROTP, the UTP(NCM), the CEOTP, the SCPl or the OCTP ;
  3. a DEO in the rank of lieutenant, second lieutenant or officer cadet;
  4. a lieutenant or second lieutenant commissioned directly from the rank of warrant officer or below; and
  5. a pilot who was appointed to the rank of officer cadet or enrolled in the DEO Program after 30 September 1998.

204.211(2) (Pay on promotion) In accordance with paragraphs (3) and (4) of CBI 204.04 (Rate of Pay on Promotion), an officer shall be paid on promotion at the rate of pay established for the officer's rank, pay increment and pay level as set out in the tables to this instruction.

204.211(3) (Rate of pay – ROTP) An officer to whom the ROTP applies shall be paid, for each month after the month and year specified in the table, at the rate of pay established for the officer's rank and pay increment as follows

  1. if a lieutenant or second lieutenant
    1. with no former non-commissioned member service, in pay level A of Table B or C to this instruction, or
    2. with former non-commissioned member service and appointed to the rank of officer cadet directly from the rank of private, in pay level A of Table B or C to this instruction; or
    3. with former non-commissioned member service and appointed to the rank of officer cadet directly from the rank of corporal or above, in pay level D of Table B or C to this instruction; and
  2. subject to QR&O 203.20 (Officers – Regular Force – Limitation of Payments) , if an officer cadet with no former non-commissioned member service, in pay level A of Table A to this instruction.

204.211(4) (Rate of pay – UTP(NCM) and SCP) A lieutenant or second lieutenant to whom the UTP(NCM) or SCP applies shall be paid, for each month after the month and year specified in the table, at the rate of pay for the officer's rank and pay increment as follows:

  1. if appointed to the rank of officer cadet directly from the rank of private, in pay level A of Table B or C to this instruction;
  2. if appointed to the rank of officer cadet directly from the rank of corporal or above, in pay level D of Table B or C to this instruction.
  3. if commissioned directly to the rank of lieutenant or second lieutenant from a non-commissioned member rank, in pay level D of Table B or C to this instruction.(CDS 1 April 2003)

204.211(5) (Rate of pay – OCTP (No Former Service)) A lieutenant, second lieutenant or officer cadet to whom the OCTP (No Former Service) applies shall be paid, for each month after the month and year specified in the table, at the rate of pay established for the officer's rank and pay increment in pay level B of Table A, B or C to this instruction.

204.211(6) (Rate of pay – OCTP (Former Service) A lieutenant or a second lieutenant to whom the OCTP (Former Service) applies, and who was appointed to the rank of officer cadet directly from the rank of private or above shall be paid, for each month after the month and year specified in the table, at the rate of pay established for the officer's rank and pay increment in pay level D of Table B or C to this instruction.

204.211(7) (Rate of pay – CEOTP) An officer to whom the CEOTP applies shall be paid, for each month after the month and year specified in the table, at the rate of pay for the officer's rank and pay increment as follows:

  1. for an officer in the rank of lieutenant or second lieutenant
    1. with no former non-commissioned member service, in pay level B of Table B or C to this instruction, or
    2. with former non-commissioned member service and appointed to the rank of officer cadet directly from the rank of private or above, in pay level D of Table B or C to this instruction; and
  2. in the rank of officer cadet with no former non-commissioned member service, in pay level B of Table A to this instruction.

204.211(8) (Rate of pay – CFR) An officer to whom the CFR Plan applies and who was commissioned from the rank of warrant officer, sergeant, master corporal or such lower rank as determined by the Chief of the Defence Staff, directly to the rank of lieutenant, or such lower rank as determined by the Chief of the Defence Staff, shall be paid, for each month after the month and year specified in the table, at the rate of pay established for the officer's rank and pay increment in pay level E of Table B or C to this instruction.

204.211(9) (Rate of pay – DEO) An officer to whom the DEO plan applies shall be paid, for each month after the month and year specified in the table, at the rate of pay for the officer's rank and pay increment as follows:

  1. in the rank of lieutenant or second lieutenant
    1. with no former non-commissioned member service, in pay level C of Table B or C to this instruction, or
    2. with former non-commissioned member service and appointed to the rank of officer cadet directly from the rank of private or above, in pay level D of Table B or C to this instruction; and
  2. in the rank of officer cadet with no former non-commissioned member service, in pay level C of Table B to this instruction.

204.211(9.1) (Rate of pay – officer with former non-commissioned member service on component transfer or re-enrolment) A lieutenant or second lieutenant with former non-commissioned member service on component transfer or re-enrolment to whom an entry plan in paragraph (4), (6), (7), (8) or (9) to this instruction applies shall be paid at the rate of pay in pay level D of Table B or C to this instruction for the pay increment calculated in accordance with CBI 204.015 (Pay Increments).

204.211(10) (Officer Cadet – former non-commissioned member) An officer cadet who is appointed directly to that rank from a non-commissioned rank shall be paid: 

  1. if the member was a non-commissioned member of the Regular Force, at the rate of pay which, including any upward adjustments to the rates of pay determined under subparagraphs (i) and (ii) that may be established from time to time, and any upward adjustments resulting from the reallocation of the last military occupation in which the member served as a non-commissioned member to a higher trade group, is the greater of the rate of pay established for:
    1. the rank, pay increment, pay level and trade group held on the day immediately prior to the date of appointment to the rank of officer cadet, or
    2. any higher pay increment to which the member would have become entitled had the member remained in the former rank, pay level and trade group as a non-commissioned member; and
  2. if the member was a former Regular Force member who re-enrolled or a member who transferred from the Reserve Force to the Regular Force, at the rate of pay, including any upward adjustments to the rates of pay, in CBI 204.30 (Pay – Non-commissioned members) for:
    1. the rank, pay level and trade group that they would have received had they enrolled directly as a non-commissioned member as determined in orders or instructions issued by the Chief of the Defence Staff, at the pay increment determined by CBI 204.015 (Pay Increments); or
    2. any higher pay increment to which the officer would have become entitled under CBI 204.015 (Pay Increments) had the officer remained in the former rank, pay level and trade group as a non-commissioned member.

204.211(10.1) (Transitional provision – officer cadet pay level D to Table A) The rate of pay for an officer cadet, who was paid under pay level D to Table A on 31 March 2006, shall be, for each month after March 2006, the greater of:

  1. the rate of pay as determined under subparagraph (10)(b) to this instruction as though the changes to that subparagraph had been in effect on the day immediately prior to the date the officer was appointed to the rank of officer cadet; and
  2. the rate of pay that the officer was receiving on 31 March 2006.

204.211(10.2) (Rate of pay – Reserve Force officer on Class C Service) A Reserve Force lieutenant, second lieutenant or officer cadet on Class C Reserve Service shall be paid, for each month after the month and year specified in the table, at the rate of pay established for the officer's rank and pay increment determined under CBI 204.015 (Pay Increments) in accordance with this table:

An officer holding the rank ofand prior to the start of Class C Reserve Service was paid a rate of pay set out in CBI 204.52 atis entitled to the rate of pay in the following table to this instruction
lieutenant or second lieutenant Pay level A to Table B Pay level C of Table B or C
lieutenant or second lieutenant Pay level B to Table B Pay level D of Table B or C
lieutenant Pay level C to Table B Pay level E of Table C
lieutenant pilot Table C Pay level D of Table C
officer cadet Table B Pay level B of Table A
officer cadet former non-commissioned member rate in CBI 204.53 CBI 204.30

204.211(11) (Limitations on pay increments) Despite CBI 204.015 (Pay Increments) and paragraph (12), the number of pay increment increases may not exceed the maximum number of pay increments for the applicable pay level and table to this instruction, and is further limited as follows:

  1. in the case of an officer cadet who is paid under pay level B in Table A, to a maximum of one increase; and
  2. in the case of a second lieutenant who is paid under Table B, to a maximum of one increase, and in the case of a lieutenant who is paid under Table C, to a maximum of three increases.

204.211(12) (Completion of training) If the Chief of the Defence Staff, or any officer designated by the Chief of the Defence Staff, determines that an officer cannot complete military occupation training required for progression to the next rank solely as a result of a delay from scheduling of the training or a change in training requirements in the military occupation, and the required occupation training is not subsequent to a voluntary occupational transfer after one year of occupation training in the former military occupation, the maximum number of pay increment increases that may be provided to an officer under paragraph (11) is increased, but not to exceed the maximum number of pay increments for the applicable pay level and table, as follows:

  1. in the case of a delay of one year or less, by one pay increment; and
  2. in the case of a delay of more than one year, by two pay increments.

204.211(13) (Voluntary withdrawal – ROTP) An officer cadet to whom the ROTP applies, and who voluntarily withdraws from the academic portion of the ROTP, shall be paid, despite any other provisions of the CBI, for any subsequent period of obligatory service required to be performed during which the officer remains as an officer cadet, at the rate of pay to which entitled at the time of the withdrawal from the plan, including any upward adjustments to that rate of pay that may be established from time to time.

(TB, effective 22 June 2006)

Table A to CBI 204.211 - Monthly Rates (in dollars) after March 2017

 RankPay LevelPay Increment Basic

Pay Incr 1

Pay Incr 2Pay Incr 3Pay Incr 4Pay Incr 5Pay Incr 6Pay Incr 7Pay Incr 8Pay Incr 9Pay Incr 10
 Officer Cadet  A 1667 1700 1739 1772              
  Officer Cadet  B  3011 3135 3626 3767              
  Officer Cadet  D                      

(TB 1 June 2017, effective 1 April 2017)

Table B to CBI 204.211 - Monthly Rates (in dollars) after March 2017

RankPay LevelPay Increment BasicPay Incr 1Pay Incr 2Pay Incr 3Pay Incr 4Pay Incr 5Pay Incr 6Pay Incr 7Pay Incr 8Pay Incr 9Pay Incr 10
Second Lieutenant A 4774 4843                  
Second Lieutenant B 3795 4018 4400 4785              
Second Lieutenant C 4083 4428 4774 5128 5479 5832 6183        
Second Lieutenant D 5211 5365 5526 5694 5866 6040 6222 6407 6599 6797 7000
Second Lieutenant E 5274 5431 5594 5761 5936 6113 6297 6483 6678 6881 7082

(TB 1 June 2017, effective 1 April 2017)

Table C to CBI 204.211 - Monthly Rates (in dollars) after March 2017

RankPay LevelPay Increment BasicPay Incr 1Pay Incr 2Pay Incr 3Pay Incr 4Pay Incr 5Pay Incr 6Pay Incr 7Pay Incr 8Pay Incr 9Pay Incr 10
Lieutenant A 5202 5555 5909 6260              
Lieutenant B 4018 4400 4785 5212 5643            
Lieutenant C 4488 4843 5021 5202 5379 5555 5732 5909 6085 6260  
 Lieutenant D 5352 5564 5785 6019 6258 6512 6770 7042 7323 7614 7922
Lieutenant E 5558 5780 6013 6251 6505 6765 7036 7318 7609 7915 8232

(TB 1 June 2017, effective 1 April 2017)

204.2111 - Repealed by TB on 2 May 2002 Effective 1 April 2002

204.2112 - Repealed by TB on 2 May 2002 Effective 1 April 2002

204.2113 - Repealed by TB on 2 May 2002 Effective 1 April 2002

204.21135 - Repealed by TB on 2 May 2002 Effective 1 April 2002

204.2114 - Repealed by TB on 2 May 2002 Effective 1 April 2002

204.212 - Repealed by TB on 2 May 2002 Effective 1 April 2002

204.213 - Repealed by TB on 2 May 2002 Effective 1 April 2002

204.214 - Repealed by TB, Effective 1 April 2011

204.215 - Pay – Officers – Pilots – Lieutenant-Colonel, Major and Captain

204.215(1) (Application) This instruction applies to a pilot in the rank of lieutenant-colonel, major or captain who is qualified in the flying of aircraft to the standard established in orders or instructions issued by the Chief of the Defence Staff and who is under a continuous obligation to fly as determined in orders or instructions issued by the Chief of the Defence Staff.

204.215(2) (Rate of pay – Lieutenant-colonel, Major and Captain) A pilot in the rank of lieutenant-colonel, major or captain shall be paid, for each month after the month and year specified in the table, at the rate of pay established for the officer's rank and pay increment in the Table to this instruction.

204.215(3) Repealed by TB, Effective 1 April 2011

204.215(4) (Transfer to the pilot occupation) An officer on transfer to the pilot military occupation in the rank of captain, and who meets the conditions of paragraph (1), shall be paid at the rate of pay for the pay increment determined under paragraph (2) that is nearest to, but not less than, the rate of pay the officer was receiving on the day immediately prior to meeting the conditions of paragraph (1).

204.215(5) (Pay Increment - Anniversary date) Despite paragraph (7) to CBI 204.015 (Pay Increments), the date the pilot is promoted to the next higher rank is the pilot's new pay increment anniversary date for that rank.

(TB, effective 1 March 2012)

Table to CBI 204.215 - Monthly Rates (in dollars) after March 2017

RankPay Increment BasicPay Incr  1Pay Incr  2Pay Incr  3Pay Incr  4Pay Incr 5Pay Incr 6Pay Incr 7Pay Incr 8Pay Incr 9Pay Incr 10
Captain 6687 7110 7726 8444 8895 9243 9467 9704 9847 9903 9941
Major 10048 10146 10222 10300 10400 10507 10548 10611      
Lieutenant-Colonel 10716 10844 10969 11074 11183            

(TB 1 June 2017, effective 1 April 2017)

Table B to CBI 204.215 : Repealed by TB on 1 April 11

204.2151 - Repealed by TB on 2 May 2002 Effective 1 April 2002

204.2152 - Repealed by TB on 2 May 2002 Effective 1 April 2002

204.2153 - Repealed by TB on 2 May 2002 Effective 1 April 2002

204.21535 - Repealed by TB on 2 May 2002 Effective 1 April 2002

204.2154 - Repealed by TB on 2 May 2002 Effective 1 April 2002

204.2155 - Repealed by TB on 2 May 2002 Effective 1 April 2002

204.2156 - Repealed by TB on 11 June 2009 Effective 1 April 2007

204.216 - Pay – Medical Officers

204.216(1) (Definitions) The definitions in this paragraph apply in this instruction.

clinical specialist

means:

  1. a medical officer in the rank of major, lieutenant-colonel or colonel who holds a fellowship certification through the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada in one of the following clinical specialties: 
    1. general surgery;
    2. anaesthesia;
    3. internal medicine;
    4. psychiatry;
    5. orthopaedics;
    6. diagnostic radiology;
    7. Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (Physiatry); or
  2. a medical or dental officer in the rank of major, lieutenant-colonel or colonel who, on 31 March 1999, was in receipt of an allowance under the former QR&O article 205.43 (Medical and Dental Officer Specialist Allowance), as it read on 31 March 1999. 
    (TB, effective 1 April 2011)
medical officer

means an officer in the rank of captain or above who holds a commission as a medical officer and who has a license to carry out the unrestricted practice of medicine in a Canadian province or territory. After July 2008, a commissioned officer to whom the Medical Officer Training Plan or the Military Medical Training Plan applies and who does not yet hold a license to carry out the unrestricted practice of medicine in a Canadian province or territory is paid a rate of pay under this instruction if in the rank of lieutenant or below, or in CBI 204.21 (Pay – General Officers, Colonels and General Service Officers) if in the rank of captain. (médecin militaire)

pay

includes for all medical officers in the rank of captain or above, the special military differential for medical officers.

204.216(2) (Rate of pay – brigadier-general and below – other than clinical specialist) Subject to CBI 204.04 (Rate of Pay on Promotion), CBI 204.075 (Rate of Pay on Promotion - Retroactive Pay Increase) and paragraph (2.1) of this instruction, a medical officer in the rank of brigadier-general or below who is not a clinical specialist shall be paid

  1. for each month after the month and year specified in the table, at the rate of pay established for the officer's rank and pay increment in Table A, B or C to this instruction; and
  2. for medical officers in the rank of captain or above, on a monthly basis the special military differential specified in Table G to this instruction.

204.216(2.1) (Rate of pay - lieutenant and below - former non-commissioned member) Subject to CBI 204.015 (Pay Increments), a medical officer in the rank of lieutenant or below who was a non-commissioned member immediately prior to their appointment, component transfer, or re-enrolment in the Regular Force, shall be paid

  1. in the rank of lieutenant or second-lieutenant, at a rate of pay determined in paragraph (4) to CBI 204.211 (Pay- General Service Officers - Officer Entry Plans - Lieutenant, Second Lieutenant and Officer Cadet) for an officer in the Special Commissioning Plan; or
  2. in the rank of officer cadet, at a rate of pay determined in paragraph (10) to CBI 204.211 (Pay- General Service Officers - Officer Entry Plans - Lieutenant, Second Lieutenant and Officer Cadet).

204.216(3) (Rate of pay - major, lieutenant-colonel or colonel - clinical specialist) Subject to CBI 204.075 (Rate of Pay on Promotion - Retroactive Pay Increase), a medical officer in the rank of major, lieutenant-colonel or colonel who is a clinical specialist shall be paid

  1. for each month after the month and year specified in the table, at the rate of pay established for the pay increment in Table E to this instruction to which the officer would have been entitled under paragraph (2); and
  2. on a monthly basis the special military differential specified in Table G to this instruction.

(TB, effective 1 April 2005)

204.216(4) (Repealed)

204.216(5) (Repealed)

204.216(6) (Repealed)

204.216(7) (Repealed)

204.216(8) (Transfer to the medical officer occupation) Despite CBI 204.015 (Pay Increments), an officer on transfer to the medical officer military occupation in the rank of captain, who has successfully achieved their licence in medicine, shall be paid at the rate of pay in Table C to this instruction for the pay increment which is nearest to, but not less than, the rate of pay the officer was receiving on the day immediately prior to meeting the conditions of this paragraph.

Table A to CBI 204.216 - Monthly Rates (in dollars) after March 2017

RankPay Increment BasicPay Incr 1Pay Incr 2Pay Incr 3Pay Incr 4Pay Incr 5Pay Incr 6Pay Incr 7
Second Lieutenant 4428 4774 5128          

(TB 1 June 2017, effective 1 April 2017)

Table B to CBI 204.216 - Monthly Rates (in dollars) after March 2017

RankPay Increment BasicPay Incr 1Pay Incr 2Pay Incr 3Pay Incr 4Pay Incr 5Pay Incr 6Pay Incr 7
Lieutenant 5479 5832            

(TB 1 June 2017, effective 1 April 2017)

Table C to CBI 204.216 - Monthly Rates (in dollars) after March 2017

Rank

Pay Incr 1

Pay Incr 2Pay Incr 3Pay Incr 4Pay Incr 5Pay Incr 6Pay Incr 7
Captain 11403 13068 13723 14414 15484 15938 16393
Major 15938 16393 16845 17299 17752    
Lieutenant-Colonel 18314 19245 20330 21382      
Colonel 19131 20255 21383 22516      
Brigadier-General 20295 21487 22680 23878      

(TB 1 June 2017, effective 1 April 2017)

Table D to CBI 204.216 - Repealed

Table E to CBI 204.216 - Monthly Rates (in dollars) after March 2017

RankPay Incr 1Pay Incr 2Pay Incr 3Pay Incr 4Pay Incr 5Pay Incr 6Pay Incr 7
Major 19126 19672 20214 20759 21302    
Lieutenant-Colonel 22592 23606 24634 25660      
Colonel 22957 24306 25660 27019      

(TB 1 June 2017, effective 1 April 2017)

Table F to CBI 204.216 – Repealed

Table G to CBI 204.216

RankSpecial Military Differential for Medical Officers (annual amount in dollars) after March 2006
Captain and Above 20002

(TB, effective 1 April 2011)

204.217 - PAY – DENTAL OFFICERS

204.217(1) (Definitions) The definitions in this paragraph apply in this instruction.

clinical specialist

means

a dental officer in the rank of major, lieutenant-colonel or colonel who is certified for licensure as a specialist by a Canadian provincial regulatory authority or is certified as a Diplomate of the American Board of General Dentistry in one of the following clinical specialties:

  1. oral and maxillofacial surgery,
  2. prosthodontics,
  3. periodontics, or
  4. advanced general dentistry; or

a dental officer in the rank of major, lieutenant-colonel or colonel who, on 31 March 1999, was in receipt of an allowance under the former QR&O 205.43 (Medical and Dental Officer Specialist Allowance), as it read on 31 March 1999.

(TB, effective 1 April 2011)

dental officer

means an officer in the rank of captain or above who holds a commission as a dental officer and who has a license to carry out the unrestricted practice of dentistry in a Canadian province or territory. After July 2008, a commissioned officer to whom the Dental Officer Training Plan or the Military Dental Training Plan applies and who does not yet hold a license to carry out the unrestricted practice of dentistry in a Canadian province or territory is paid a rate of pay under this instruction if in the rank of lieutenant or below, or in CBI 204.21 (Pay - General Officers, Colonels and General Service Officers) if in the rank of captain.

(TB, effective 1 March 2011)

pay

includes for all dental officers in the rank of captain or above, the special military differential for dental officers.

204.217(2) (Rate of pay – brigadier-general and below – other than clinical specialist) Subject to CBI 204.04 (Rate of Pay on Promotion) and CBI 204.075 (Rate of Pay on Promotion - Retroactive Pay Increase), a dental officer in the rank of brigadier-general or below who is not a clinical specialist shall be paid

for each month after the month and year specified in the table, at the rate of pay established for the officer's rank and pay increment in Table A, B or C to this instruction; and

on a monthly basis the special military differential specified in Table G to this instruction.

204.217(2.1) (Rate of pay - lieutenant and below - former non-commissioned member) dental officer in the rank of lieutenant or below who was a non-commissioned member immediately prior to their appointment, component transfer, or re-enrolment in the Regular Force, shall be paid

in the rank of lieutenant or second-lieutenant, at a rate of pay determined in paragraph (4) to CBI 204.211 (Pay- General Service Officers - Officer Entry Plans - Lieutenant, Second Lieutenant and Officer Cadet) for an officer in the Special Commissioning Plan; or

in the rank of officer cadet, at a rate of pay determined in paragraph (10) to CBI 204.211 (Pay- General Service Officers - Officer Entry Plans - Lieutenant, Second Lieutenant and Officer Cadet).

204.217(3) (Rate of pay – major, lieutenant-colonel or colonel – clinical specialist) Subject to CBI 204.075 (Rate of Pay on Promotion - Retroactive Pay Increase), a dental officer in the rank of major, lieutenant-colonel or colonel who is a clinical specialist shall be paid

  1. for each month after the month and year specified in the table, at the rate of pay established for the pay increment in Table E to this instruction to which the officer would have been entitled under paragraph (2); and
  2. on a monthly basis the special military differential specified in Table G to this instruction.

204.217(4) (Repealed)

204.217(5) (Repealed)

204.217(6) (Repealed)

204.217(7) (Repealed)

204.217(8) (Transfer to the dental officer occupation) Despite CBI 204.015 (Pay Increments), an officer on transfer to the dental officer military occupation in the rank of captain, who has successfully achieved their licensure as a dentist by a Canadian provincial Dental Regulatory Authority, shall be paid at the rate of pay in Table C to this instruction for the pay increment which is nearest to, but not less than, the rate of pay the officer was receiving on the day immediately prior to meeting the conditions of this paragraph.

Table A to CBI 204.217 - Monthly Rates (in dollars) after March 2017

RankPay Increment BasicPay Incr 1Pay Incr 2Pay Incr 3Pay Incr 4Pay Incr 5Pay Incr 6Pay Incr 7
Second Lieutenant 4428 4774 5128          

(TB 1 June 2017, effective 1 April 2017)

Table B to CBI 204.217 - Monthly Rates (in dollars) after March 2017

RankPay Increment BasicPay Incr 1Pay Incr 2Pay Incr 3Pay Incr 4Pay Incr 5Pay Incr 6Pay Incr 7
Lieutenant 5479 5832            

(TB 1 June 2017, effective 1 April 2017)

Table C to CBI 204.217 - Monthly Rates (in dollars) after March 2017

Rank

Pay Incr 1

Pay Incr 2Pay Incr 3Pay Incr 4Pay Incr 5Pay Incr 6Pay Incr 7
Captain 11403 13068 13723 14414 15484 15938 16393
Major 15938 16393 16845 17299 17752    
Lieutenant-Colonel 18314 19245 20330 21382      
Colonel 19131 20255 21383 22516      
Brigadier-General 20295 21487 22680 23878      

(TB 1 June 2017, effective 1 April 2017)

Table D to CBI 204.217 - Repealed

Table E to CBI 204.217 - Monthly Rates (in dollars) after March 2017

RankPay Incr 1Pay Incr 2Pay Incr 3Pay Incr 4Pay Incr 5Pay Incr 6Pay Incr 7
Major 19126 19672 20214 20759 21302    
Lieutenant-Colonel 22592 23606 24634 25660      
Colonel 22957 24306 25660 27019      

(TB 1 June 2017, effective 1 April 2017)

Table F to CBI 204.217 – Repealed

Table G to CBI 204.217 

RankSpecial Military Differential for Dental Officers (annual amount in dollars) after March 2006
Captain and Above 10013

(TB, effective 1 April 2006)

204.218 - PAY – OFFICERS – LEGAL

204.218(1) (Definitions) The definitions in this paragraph apply in this instruction.

legal officer

means a commissioned officer who is a barrister or advocate and

  1. who is a member in good standing of a provincial law society; and
  2. who, in accordance with orders issued by the Chief of the Defence Staff, is assigned to the Legal military occupation.
MLTP legal officer

means a legal officer of the rank of captain who has completed training under the Military Legal Training Plan.

204.218(2) (Rate of Pay) The rate of pay of a legal officer, other than one who holds a position to which the officer is appointed by the Governor in Council is

  1. for each month after the month and year specified in table A to this instruction, as established for the officer's rank and pay increment in table A to this instruction; and
  2. for a legal officer in the rank of colonel or lieutenant-colonel, including paid acting rank, on a monthly basis, during the period beginning on 1 April 2013 and ending on the last moment of 31 March 2016, the special military differential specified for their rank in table B to this instruction.

(TB 16 June 2016, effective 1 April 2015)

204.218(3) (Former military judge) The rate of pay of a former legal officer who ceases to hold office as a military judge is, on the officer’s ceasing to hold office, an amount equal to the maximum rate of pay established for their rank in the table to this instruction.

(TB, effective 1 June 2014)

204.218(4) (Rate of pay on transfer) The rate of pay of an officer on transfer to the legal military occupation shall be an amount that is nearest to, but not less than the rate of pay prescribed in CBI 204.21 (Pay – General Service Officers) for the pay increment as determined under CBI 204.015 (Pay Increments) before the transfer.

204.218(5) (Acting Pay - Legal Officers) An officer in the substantive rank of major or above, to whom this instruction applies, and who is designated in writing by the Judge Advocate General, or any officer acting under the authority of the Judge Advocate General, in accordance with the Queen's Regulations and Orders for the Canadian Forces, Duties and Responsibilities of Officers, 4.081(4), to perform the duties of a position established for a higher rank on an acting basis for a period of at least thirty (30) consecutive days, shall be paid at the rate established for the higher rank calculated from the date on which the officer commenced those duties.

204.218(6) (Rate of Acting Pay) An officer in receipt of Acting Pay shall initially be paid in accordance with the basic pay increment level of the higher rank.An officer in receipt of Acting Pay for a consecutive period greater than one year shall be deemed, for the purposes of calculating Acting Pay, to have completed one year of qualifying service.

204.218(7) (Limitation) The entitlement under Paragraph (5) of this instruction is limited to the pay for one rank higher than the officer's substantive rank.

(TB, effective 1 April 2005)

Table A to CBI 204.218 - Monthly Rates (in dollars) after March 2013 for Captain and Major. Monthly Rates (in dollars) after March 2016 for Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel and Brigadier-General.    

RankPay Increment BasicPay Incr 1Pay Incr 2Pay Incr 3
Captain 6,401 7,310 8,220 9,132
Major 9,776 10,404 11,627 12,850
Lieutenant-Colonel 13,787 13,992 14,275 14,563
Colonel 15,803 16,649 17,499 18,349
Brigadier-General 15,499 16,634 17,770 18,908

 (TB 16 June 2016, effective 1 April 2016)

Table B to CBI 204.218 Special Military Differential for Legal Officers (annual amount in dollars)

Rank

Special Military Differential for Legal Officers
Effective beginning on 1 April 2013 and ending after 31 March 2016

Lieutenant-Colonel 17,078
Colonel 21,786

(TB 16 June 2016, effective 1 April 2015)

204.22 - Transitional Provision - Implementation of Revised Regular Force Pay Instructions - Officers - 1 April 2002

204.22(1) (Application) This instruction applies to an officer whose rate of pay on 31 March 2002 was governed by:

  1. CBI 204.2111 (Pay – General Service Officers – Regular Officer Training Plan – Lieutenant, Second Lieutenant and Officer Cadet);
  2. CBI 204.2112 (Pay – General Service Officers – University Training Plan (Non-commissioned Members) – Lieutenant, Second Lieutenant and Officer Cadet);
  3. CBI 204.2113 (Pay – General Service Officers – Officer Candidate Training Plan (No Former Service) – Lieutenant, Second Lieutenant and Officer Cadet);
  4. CBI 204.21135 (Pay – General Service Officers – Officer Candidate Training Plan (Former Service) – Lieutenant, Second Lieutenant and Officer Cadet);
  5. CBI 204.2114 (Pay – General Service Officers – Direct Entry Officer – Lieutenant, Second Lieutenant and Officer Cadet);
  6. CBI 204.212 (Pay – General Service Officers – Lieutenant and Officer Cadet to Whom the Commissioned from the Ranks Plan Applies);
  7. CBI 204.213 (Pay – General Service Officers – Captain – Commissioned From the Ranks);
  8. CBI 204.2151 (Pay – Officers – Pilots – Regular Officer Training Plan – Lieutenant and Second Lieutenant);
  9. CBI 204.2152 (Pay – Officers – Pilots – University Training Plan (Non-Commissioned Members) – Lieutenant and Second Lieutenant);
  10. CBI 204.2153 (Pay – Officers – Pilots – Officer Candidate Training Plan (No Former Service) – Lieutenant and Second Lieutenant);
  11. CBI 204.21535 (Pay – Officers – Pilots – Officer Candidate Training Plan (Former Service) – Lieutenant and Second Lieutenant); or
  12. CBI 204.2154 (Pay – Officers – Pilots – Direct Entry Officer – Lieutenant and Second Lieutenant).

204.22(2) (Rate of pay) For each month after March 2002, the rate of pay of an officer to whom this instruction applies shall be the rate of pay for the officer's rank, incentive pay category and pay level that is nearest to, but at least equal to, the rate of pay the officer was receiving on 31 March 2002, as set out in the applicable CBI as follows, and shall be applied as if that CBI were in force on the day immediately prior to the date the officer was promoted to the rank the officer held on 1 April 2002:

  1. 204.21 (Pay – General Service Officers)
  2. 204.211 (Pay – General Service Officers – Officer Entry Plans – Lieutenant, Second Lieutenant and Officer Cadet);
  3. 204.215 (Pay – Officers – Pilots –Lieutenant-colonel, Major and Captain); or
  4. 204.2156 (Pay – Officers – Pilots – Officer Entry Plans – Lieutenant and Second Lieutenant).

(CDS 8 October 2002, effective 1 April 2002)

Section 3 – Pay - Regular Force and Reserve Force on Class C Reserve Service - Non-Commissioned Members

204.30 - Pay- Non-Commissioned Members

204.30(1) (Application) This instruction applies to a non-commissioned member of the Regular Force or Reserve Force on Class C Reserve Service.

204.30(2) (Definitions) The definitions in this paragraph apply in this instruction.

military occupation

is identified by the Military Occupational Structure Identification (MOSID).

occupation

is a grouping of related jobs having similar duties and tasks and requiring similar qualifications. The qualified sub-divisions consist of related jobs having similar duties and tasks to a parent occupation, but generally involving a more specialized function or focus than that required by other members of the occupation. Occupations have been divided into two sub-occupations consisting of Junior and Qualified sub-occupations.

trade group

means either the Standard, Specialist 1 or Specialist 2 rate of pay payable to a non-commissioned member according to the members' MOSID as determined by the Chief of the Defence Staff in accordance with QR&O 2.10 (Allocation of Non-commissioned Member Military Occupations to Trade Groups).

(CDS 28/04, effective 1 August 2004)

204.30(3) (Rate of pay - Standard trade group) Subject to paragraphs (3.1) and (4), and CBI 204.03 (Pay on Occupational Transfer), a non-commissioned member to whom this instruction applies shall be paid, for each month after the month and year specified in Table to this instruction, at the rate of pay established for the member's rank, pay increment, and pay level in the Standard trade group column.

204.30(3.1) (Rate of Pay - Specialist trade group) After July 2004, and subject to paragraph (4) and CBI 204.03 (Pay on Occupational Transfer), a non-commissioned member to whom this instruction applies shall be paid, for each month after the month and year specified in Table to this instruction, at the rate of pay established for the member's rank, pay increment, and pay level in the Specialist 1 or Specialist 2 trade group column, as applicable, if they:

  1. are assigned to the Qualified sub-occupation in an occupation;
    (TB, effective 1 April 2011)
  2. meet the occupational qualifications as determined by the branch's Managing Authority; and
  3. have achieved the required rank.

204.30(4) (Appointment of master corporal) A corporal who holds the appointment of master corporal shall be paid at the rate of pay established for a corporal, Pay Level 5B, in Table to this instruction at the same pay increment to which the member would otherwise have been entitled, as a corporal, had the member not been appointed master corporal.

204.30(5) (Repealed)

204.30(6) (Appointment of Canadian Forces Chief Warrant Officer) After August 2006, and subject to paragraph (8), the chief warrant officer who holds the appointment of Canadian Forces Chief Warrant Officer shall be paid at the rate of pay established for a chief warrant officer, Pay Level 8C, in Table to this instruction at the same pay increment to which the member would otherwise have been entitled, as a chief warrant officer, had the member not been appointed Canadian Forces Chief Warrant Officer.

204.30(7) (Appointment of a Chief Warrant Officer to the Senior Appointments List) After 31 August 2006, and subject to paragraph (8), a chief warrant officer appointed to the Senior Appointments List shall be paid at the rate of pay established for a chief warrant officer, Pay Level 8B, in the Table to this instruction at the same pay increment to which the member would otherwise have been entitled, as a chief warrant officer, had the member not been appointed to the Senior Appointments List.

204.30(8) (Limitation) The entitlement under paragraphs (6) and (7) ceases after one year following the termination of their appointment as the Canadian Forces Chief Warrant Officer or from a position established in the Senior Appointments List.

Notes

  1. The total number of corporals who may be appointed as master corporals is established by the Minister.
  2. The total number of chief warrant officers, Pay Level 8B or 8C, who may be appointed as the Canadian Forces Chief Warrant Officer, or to the Senior Appointments List, is established by the Chief of the Defence Staff.
  3. After July 2004, a Reserve Force non-commissioned member on Class C Reserve service must be qualified to Regular Force occupational standards, as determined by the branch Managing Authority, in order to receive a Specialist rate of pay, provided their designated position is allocated to a Specialist MOSID.
  4. After July 2004, a non-commissioned member enrolled or component transferred to an occupation in the Specialist trade group will be enrolled into the Junior sub-occupation until such time as they are qualified in the sub-occupation.
  5. After July 2004, a non-commissioned member promoted to an Acting Lacking rank shall remain in the Junior sub-occupation until such time as they are qualified in the sub-occupation. Once qualified, the member will be transferred to the applicable Specialist sub-occupation in accordance with CBI 204.03 (Pay on Occupational Transfer).

(TB, effective 1 April 2004)

Table to CBI 204.30 - Monthly Rates (in dollars) after March 2017

RankPay LevelPay IncrementTrade Group StandardTrade Group Specialist 1Trade Group Specialist 2
Private 1 1 2985    
Private 1 2 3647    
Private 1 3 4382    
Corporal 5A Basic 5014 5616 5947
Corporal 5A 1 5088 5714 6065
Corporal 5A 2 5162 5811 6184
Corporal 5A 3 5234 5906 6303
Corporal 5A 4 5302 6009 6419
Corporal 5B Basic 5223 5829 6162
Corporal 5B 1 5297 5932 6286
Corporal 5B 2 5365 6030 6399
Corporal 5B 3 5441 6126 6521
Corporal 5B 4 5516 6228 6646
Sergeant 6A Basic 5761 6458 6839
Sergeant 6A 1 5817 6517 6904
Sergeant 6A 2 5877 6582 6968
Sergeant 6A 3 5940 6647 7030
Sergeant 6A 4 5995 6705 7091
Warrant Officer 6B Basic 6415 6990 7257
Warrant Officer 6B 1 6476 7052 7319
Warrant Officer 6B 2 6535 7116 7381
Warrant Officer 6B 3 6600 7178 7447
Warrant Officer 6B 4 6660 7233 7503
Master Warrant Officer 7 Basic 7081 7557 7712
Master Warrant Officer 7 1 7153 7633 7790
Master Warrant Officer 7 2 7226 7710 7863
Master Warrant Officer 7 3 7298 7786 7936
Master Warrant Officer 7 4 7370 7860 8009
Chief Warrant Officer 8A Basic 7863 7863 7863
Chief Warrant Officer 8A 1 7945 7945 7945
Chief Warrant Officer 8A 2 8030 8030 8030
Chief Warrant Officer 8A 3 8111 8111 8111
Chief Warrant Officer 8A 4 8190 8190 8190
Chief Warrant Officer 8B Basic 8412 8412 8412
Chief Warrant Officer 8B 1 8502 8502 8502
Chief Warrant Officer 8B 2 8592 8592 8592
Chief Warrant Officer 8B 3 8678 8678 8678
Chief Warrant Officer 8B 4 8765 8765 8765
Chief Warrant Officer 8C Basic 8750 8750 8750
Chief Warrant Officer 8C 1 8841 8841 8841
Chief Warrant Officer 8C 2 8937 8937 8937
Chief Warrant Officer 8C 3 9023 9023 9023
Chief Warrant Officer 8C 4 9113 9113 9113

(TB 1 June 2017, effective 1 April 2017)

204.35 - Transitional Provision - Implementation of Revised Regular Force Pay Instructions - Non-Commissioned Members - 1 April 2002

(Rate of pay) The rate of pay of a non-commissioned member, whose rate of pay on 30 November 2001 was governed by paragraphs (5) or (6) of CBI 204.30 (Pay – Non-Commissioned Members) as it read on 31 March 2002, shall be, for each month after November 2001, the rate of pay for the member's rank, incentive pay category, pay level and trade group as determined under CBI 204.03 (Pay Protection on Compulsory Occupational Transfer).

(CDS 8 October 2002, effective 1 April 2002)

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Section 4 – Severance Pay

204.40 - Canadian Forces Severance Pay

204.40(1) (Definitions) The definitions in this paragraph apply in this instruction.

CFSP

means Canadian Forces Severance Pay

eligible service

means a member's number of years of service after the member's most recent date of enrolment but does not include any years of:

  1. YPB (see definition);
  2. service in the Supplementary Reserve, Cadet Organizations Administration and Training Service and Canadian Rangers, other than years that the member has served on Class B Reserve Service or Class C Reserve Service;
  3. exemption from Primary Reserve duty and training, other than years of exemption under QR&O articles 9.09 (Exemption from Duty and Training – Maternity Purposes) and 9.10 (Exemption from Duty and Training – Parental Purposes);
  4. Primary Reserve non-effective strength, as determined by or under the authority of the Chief of the Defence Staff;
  5. leave without pay granted under QR&O articles 16.25 (Leave Without Pay and Allowances);
  6. a limitation of payments under QR&O article 203.20 (Officers – Regular Force – Limitation of Payments);
  7. absence – without leave or as a deserter – for which a forfeiture has been imposed under QR&O article 208.30 (Forfeitures – Officers and Non-commissioned Members); and
  8. a forfeiture that has been imposed under QR&O article 208.31 (Forfeitures, Deductions and Cancellations – When No Service Rendered).
exceptional member
  1.  on the day their release was initially approved under QR&O article 15.01(3) (Release of Officers and Non-Commissioned Members), by reason of
    1. Item 3(a), 3(b), 5(b), 5(d), or 5(e) in the Table to that article, or
    2. Item 5(c) in the Table to that article and the member has not reached retirement age under QR&O chapter 15 (Release) but has completed the period of service required because of a change in classification or trade specifications or in the establishment requirements of the Canadian Forces; or
  2. by reason of death.
member

means an officer or non-commissioned member who satisfies all of the following conditions:

  1. they serve in the Regular Force or Primary Reserve;
  2. they are not a military judge; and
  3. they are not a person who pursuant to law is attached or seconded as an officer or non-commissioned member to the Canadian Forces.
senior officer

means a member who – during the period beginning on 1 October 2011 and ending on the last moment of 29 February 2012 – held the substantive rank of

  1. Colonel or above; or
  2. Lieutenant-colonel and who was paid under CBI 204.218 (Legal Officers) or Table E to CBI 204.52 (Pay – Officers).
year

includes part of a year, rounded up to two decimal places.

YPB (Years of Prior Benefit)

means the total number of years in respect of which any severance benefits and payments in lieu of severance benefits were paid or granted to a member under

  1. QR&O article 16.19 (Rehabilitation Leave);
  2. QR&O articles 204.40 (Severance Pay) and 205.54 (Reserve Force Retirement Gratuity);
  3. QR&O chapter 204 (Financial Benefits And Pay Of Military Judges);
  4. CBI 204.40 (Severance Pay) and CBI 204.54 (Reserve Force Retirement Gratuity); and
  5. this instruction.

204.40(2) (Payment In Lieu – Election Period) An election for a payment in lieu of CFSP shall be offered once to all members during a period that

  1. commences on a date that is specified by or under the authority of the Chief of the Defence Staff and that is before 15 December 2012; and
  2. ends at the first moment of the 91st day after it commenced.

204.40(3) (Payment In Lieu – Entitlement) A member is entitled to receive a payment in lieu of all or part of CFSP if all of the following conditions are satisfied:

  1. the member has not served – during the period beginning on 1 March 2012 and ending on the last moment of the last day of the election period – in the Supplementary Reserve, Cadet Organizations Administration and Training Service or Canadian Rangers;
  2. the member – during the election period – irrevocably elects to receive a payment in lieu of all or part of CFSP;
  3. the member makes the election in writing on the form in this instruction;
  4. another member witnesses the member's election and attests to the election and the date on which it was made, on the form in this instruction;
  5. the completed election form is received by the Chief of the Defence Staff – or by an officer designated by the Chief of the Defence Staff – not later than the last moment of the 15th day after the election period ends; and
  6. during the member's eligible service, the release of the member under Item 1, 2, or 5(f) in the Table to QR&O article 15.01 (Release of Officers and Non-Commissioned Members) is not approved before the end of the election period.

204.40(4) (Payment In Lieu – Entitlement – Date) A member who, under paragraph (3), has become entitled to receive a payment in lieu of all or part of CFSP is deemed to be entitled on the date that the member made the election in writing on the form in this instruction.

204.40(5) (Payment In Lieu – Election – Invalid) An election made before or after the election period is of no force and effect and cannot be considered, deemed, or otherwise determined to have been made during the election period.

204.40(6) (Payment In Lieu – Amount) The amount of a payment in lieu of all or part of CFSP is calculated by the formula

(MP ÷ 30) X 7 X Y

where

MP is the monthly rate of pay – for the member's substantive rank, pay increment, and occupation or trade group –

  1. that was,
    1. in respect of a member who was a senior officer on 1 October 2011, established for that date,
    2. in respect of a member who became a senior officer during the period beginning on 2 October 2011 and ending on the last moment of 29 February 2012, established for the date on which the member became a senior officer, and
    3. in any other case, established for 1 March 2012; and
  2. that is,
    1. in respect of a member of the Regular Force or of the Primary Reserve who is serving on Class C Reserve Service, established under Section 2 or 3 of this chapter. and
    2. in respect of a member of the Primary Reserve who is not serving on Class C Reserve Service, the product of (30 × the rate of pay prescribed for a period of duty or training of six hours or more, established under Section 5 of this chapter); and

Y is the lesser of

  1. any number of years of eligible service,
    1. in respect of a member who was a senior officer on 1 October 2011, that were served before 1 October 2011 and that are chosen by the senior officer,
    2. in respect of a member who became a senior officer during the period beginning on 2 October 2011 and ending on the last moment of 29 February 2012 , that were served before the date on which the member became a senior officer and that are chosen by the senior officer, and
    3. in any other case, that were served before 1 March 2012 and that are chosen by the member; and
  2. the difference of (30 – YPB).

204.40(7) (CFSP – Entitlement) A member is entitled – on the day before the member ceases to serve in the Regular Force or in the Primary Reserve – to CFSP unless

  1. the release of the member under Item 1, 2, or 5(f) in the Table to QR&O article 15.01 (Release of Officers and Non-Commissioned Members) has been approved before that day and during the member's eligible service; or
  2. the member has served – after 29 February 2012 – in the Supplementary Reserve, Cadet Organizations Administration and Training Service or Canadian Rangers and is not an exceptional member.

204.40(8) (CFSP – Amount) The amount of CFSP is calculated by the formula

(MP ÷ 30) X 7 X Y

where

MP is the monthly rate of pay – on the day before the member ceases to serve in the Regular Force or in the Primary Reserve and for the member's substantive rank, pay increment, and occupation or trade group – that,

  1. in respect of a member of the Regular Force or of the Primary Reserve who is serving on Class C Reserve Service, is established under Section 2 or 3 of this chapter, and
  2. in respect of a member of the Primary Reserve who is not serving on Class C Reserve Service, is the product of (30 × the rate of pay prescribed for a period of duty or training of six hours or more, established under Section 5 of this chapter); and

Y is the lesser of

  1. the number of years of eligible service,
    1. in respect of a member who is not a senior officer and who is not an exceptional member, that were served before 1 March 2012,
    2. in respect of a member who was a senior officer on 1 October 2011 and who is not an exceptional member, that were served before 1 October 2011,
    3. in respect of a member who became a senior officer during the period beginning on 2 October 2011 and ending on the last moment of 29 February 2012 and who is not an exceptional member, that were served prior to the date on which the member became a senior officer, and
    4. in respect of an exceptional member, that were served before the effective date of release that was determined – under QR&O article 15.03 (Date of Release) – on the date that the release was approved under QR&O article 15.01(3) (Release of Officers and Non-Commissioned Members) or before the date on which the death occurred; and
  2. the difference of (30 – YPB).

204.40(9) (Thirty Year Rule) Notwithstanding anything in this instruction or any other instruction under section 35 of the National Defence Act, no person is entitled during their lifetime to be paid or granted severance benefits and payments in lieu of severance benefits in respect of more than 30.00 years service in the Canadian Forces, unless otherwise provided by law.

204.40(10) (Retroactive Pay) All pay that is determined and regulated under this instruction is subject to the Retroactive Remuneration Regulations – Canadian Forces.

Canadian Forces Severance Pay – Election Form

(CBI 204.40(4))

1. I, (service number, rank, name, unit) of the Regular Force or of the Primary Reserve irrevocably elect to receive a payment in lieu of Canadian Forces Severance Pay.

2. I choose (all or a number of years) years of eligible service for the purpose of my election.

3. I acknowledge that:

  1. it is my responsibility to ensure that my completed election form is received by the Chief of the Defence Staff – or an officer designated by the Chief of the Defence Staff – no more than 15 days after the election period ends;
  2. I have had sufficient time to consult with persons of my choosing regarding any of the consequences of this election, including consequences upon my personal income tax and my future entitlement to Canadian Forces Severance Pay; and
  3. I am responsible for any of the consequences of this election.

Irrevocably elected and signed by me:

(signature)

(date)

(location at which elected and signed)

Witnessed by me, a member of the Canadian Forces:

(signature)

(service number, rank, name)

(date)



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Section 5 – Pay - Reserve Force on Other than Class C Reserve Service - Officers and Non-Commissioned Members

204.50 - Application

204.50(1) (Application) The instructions in this section apply to officers and non-commissioned members of the Reserve Force except for:

  1. those serving on class C Reserve Service; and
  2. reserve force military judges.

204.50(2) (Class C Reserve Service) Rates of pay and conditions of payment for officers and non-commissioned members of the Reserve Force serving on Class C Reserve Service are as established in sections 1, 2 and 3.

204.50(3) (Reserve force military judge) The rates and conditions of payment for reserve force judges are as established in articles 204.22 (Rate of Pay – Military Judges – Regular Force and Class C Reserve Service) and 204.221 (Rates of Pay – Military Judges – Class A and B Reserve Service) of the Queen’s Regulations and Orders for the Canadian Forces.

(TB, effective 1 June 2014)

204.51 - Pay – Conditions of Payment

204.51(1) (Pay) Subject to CBI 204.5105 (Pay – Officers – Chaplains) and 204.516 (Limitation of Pay), an officer or non-commissioned member shall be paid

  1. in the case of an officer paid under CBI 204.52 (Pay – Officers), at the rate of pay for the officer's rank and pay increment established for the period of duty or training as determined under paragraph (2), in the appropriate table to CBI 204.52;
  2. repealed; or
  3. in the case of a non-commissioned member, at the rate of pay established for the member's rank, pay increment, pay level and trade group for the period of duty or training as determined under paragraph (2) in the table to CBI 204.53 (Pay – Non-commissioned Members).

204.51(2) (Period of duty or training) For the periods of duty or training in the tables to CBI 204.52 (Pay – Officers) and 204.53 (Pay – Non-commissioned Members) under which an officer or non-commissioned member is paid, the rate of pay is determined as follows:

  1. for a period, or authorized cumulative periods, of duty or training of less than 6 hours in a calendar day, 50% of the member's rate of pay shall be used; and
  2. for a period, or authorized cumulative periods, of duty or training of not less than 6 hours in a calendar day, the member's rate of pay shall be used.

NOTE:

For the purpose of paragraph (2) of this instruction, cumulative periods of duty or training considered in the determination of rates of pay in sub-paragraphs (a) and (b) may be accumulated within a period extending beyond a calendar day as described in orders or instructions issued by the Director General Compensation and Benefits on behalf of the Chief of the Defence Staff.

(CDS 8 October 2002, effective 1 April 2002)

204.5105 - Pay – Officers – Chaplains

Despite CBI 204.51 (Pay - Conditions of Payment), for each day on which a chaplain conducts divine worship for a unit of the Reserve Force, the chaplain is entitled to the rate of pay established, for the chaplain's rank and pay increment in Table B to CBI 204.52 (Pay - Officers).

204.511 - Pay Increments – Reserve Force

204.511(1) (General) Subject to the remainder of this instruction, an officer or non-commissioned member shall be paid at the rate of pay for the next higher pay increment for the member's rank and, if applicable, pay level or trade group or both, as established in the applicable CBI in this Chapter, if the member has:

  1. met the performance standards established in orders or instructions issued by the Chief of the Defence Staff; and
  2. has completed one year of qualifying service, or after such lesser amount of qualifying service as may be authorized by the Chief of the Defence Staff.

204.511(2) (Qualifying service) Subject to conditions prescribed in orders or instructions issued by the Chief of Defence Staff, qualifying service for pay increments includes

  1. subject to paragraph (3), all previous service for an officer or non-commissioned member at the member's present rank, equivalent rank or any higher rank, including paid acting rank in
    1. the Regular Force and all other permanent armed forces of Her Majesty,
    2. any component of the Canadian Forces and of all other armed forces of Her Majesty, when on active service, or
    3. the Primary Reserve, Cadet Instructors Cadre and the Canadian Rangers of the Reserve Force; and
  2. for an officer or non-commissioned member on enrolment in the Canadian Forces, a period as established in orders or instructions issued by the Chief of the Defence Staff, for academic or other special qualifications considered by the Chief of the Defence Staff to be of military value.

204.511(3) (Exceptions) Qualifying service for pay increments does not include

  1. any service prior to a continuous interruption of more than five years during which no service designated in paragraph (2) was performed, unless the member during the period of the interruption has maintained relevant skills or qualifications considered by the Chief of the Defence Staff, or any officer designated by the Chief of the Defence Staff, to be of military value;
  2. any service that is not declared on enrolment; or
  3. any service prior to the date of a promotion to a higher substantive rank, other than:
    1. a period of continuous service in an acting rank at the end of which the officer or non-commissioned member is promoted to the same substantive rank,
    2. any period of service of an officer or non-commissioned member in the higher substantive rank if the member is promoted to the same substantive rank following a period of Class B Reserve Service or Class C Reserve Service for which the member relinquished the higher substantive rank and was promoted in accordance with paragraph (4) to QR&O 11.12 (Relinquishment of Rank)
    3. any period of service of an officer of the Cadet Instructors Cadre in the higher substantive rank if the officer is promoted to the same substantive rank following relinquishment of the rank in order to perform Reserve Service in a Cadet Instructor Cadre position established at a lower rank.

(TB, effective 12 August 2003)

204.511(4) (Promotion on enrolment) An officer or non-commissioned member who is promoted to a higher rank effective the date of the member's enrolment or effective the day following enrolment is, for the purpose of pay increment increases, deemed to have been enrolled in the rank to which the member was promoted.

204.511(5) (Reduction or reversion) On reduction in rank or reversion to a lower rank, an officer or non-commissioned member shall be paid at the rate of pay for that lower rank that is determined by taking into account all previous qualifying service in that rank and in any higher rank.

204.511(6) (Pay increment protection on component transfer from the Regular Force) Subject to paragraph (3), a Regular Force officer or non-commissioned member who transfers to the Reserve Force at the same rank held at the time of their transfer is entitled to the greater of:

  1. the pay increment pertaining to the qualifying service determined in paragraph (2) of this instruction; or
  2. the pay increment, and the qualifying service towards their next higher pay increment, if applicable, they held on their last day of service in the Regular Force.

(TB, effective 22 June 2006)

204.5115 - Transitional Provision – Implementation of Revised Reserve Force Pay Plan – 1 April 1997

204.5115(1) (Rate of pay) Despite CBI 204.511 (Pay Increments – Reserve Force), an officer or non-commissioned member, other than an officer to whom CBI 204.5205 (Pay – Officers – On Performance Pay) applied, who on 1 April 1997 had previous qualifying service in the rank the member held on that date, shall

  1. effective 1 April 1997, be paid at the rate of pay for the incentive pay category to which the member would otherwise have been entitled, having regard to the application of the Public Sector Compensation Act, had the applicable incentive pay category approved effective 1 April 1997 been in effect on the day immediately prior to the date that the member was promoted to the rank they held on 1 April 1997; and
  2. be paid at the rate of pay for the next incentive pay category, if applicable, on the anniversary date which would otherwise have applied, having regard to the application of the Public Sector Compensation Act, had the applicable incentive pay category approved 1 April 1997 been in effect on the day immediately prior to the date that the member was promoted to the rank they held on 1 April 1997.

204.5115(2) (Basic pay) Despite CBI 204.5205 (Pay – Officers – On Performance Pay), as it existed prior to 1 April 2005, an officer to whom that instruction applied, shall be paid, effective 1 April 1997, for the rank that the member held on 1 April 1997, basic pay that is the greater of

  1. the rate of pay that the member was entitled to on 31 March 1997,
  2. the minimum rate of pay for the member's rank established in the appropriate table to CBI 204.5205, and
  3. the maximum rate of pay after 31 March 1997, for the rank that is one rank lower than the rank that the member held on 1 April 1997, plus 5 percent of the maximum rate of pay established in the applicable table to CBI 204.5205, for the rank that the member held on 1 April 1997, rounded to the nearest even cent.

204.512 - Repealed by TB on 2 May 2002 Effective 1 April 2002

204.513 - Repealed by TB on 2 May 2002 Effective 1 April 2002

204.514 - Repealed by TB on 2 May 2002 Effective 1 April 2002

204.515 - Pay on Occupational Transfer - Reserve Force

204.515(1) (Definitions) The definitions in this paragraph apply in this instruction.

compulsory occupational transfer

means an officer or non-commissioned member who is obligated to change their military occupation as a result of:

  1. the elimination of their military occupation;
  2. the downgrading of their military occupation to a lower trade group;
  3. the amalgamation of two or more military occupations;
  4. not meeting the minimum medical standard for their occupation; or
  5. a change in the overall military establishment, including a surplus or deficiency in a military occupation.
occupational career progression

means an officer in the pilot occupation or a non-commissioned member who has achieved the required occupational or professional qualifications in order to be entitled:

  1. in the case of a pilot, to a rate of pay in Table C to CBI 204.52 (Pay – Officers); or
  2. in the case of a non-commissioned member, to a rate of pay in a higher trade group, including progression from a junior to a qualified level within the same occupation.
voluntary occupational transfer

means an officer or non-commissioned member who has precipitated a change in their military occupation as a result of:

  1. a personal decision to change occupation;
  2. personal inefficiency, including personal performance or conduct, in their former occupation; or
  3. their failure to achieve the academic or military standard in their occupation.

204.515(2) (Rate of pay – compulsory occupational transfer) Subject to paragraph (3), the rate of pay of an officer or non-commissioned member who was compulsory occupationally transferred shall be the greater of:

  1. the rate of pay established for the pay increment determined in accordance with CBI 204.511 (Pay Increments – Reserve Force) for the member's rank, pay level and new trade group that is nearest to, but not less than, the rate of pay the member was receiving on the day immediately prior to the member's transfer, but not to exceed the rate of pay for the highest pay increment in the new rank and trade group; or
  2. the rate of pay before the change of military occupation until the rate of pay in the new or downgraded military occupation for the rank, pay increment and, if applicable, pay level and trade group is greater than or equal to the rate of pay before the change of military occupation and any higher pay increment for the rank and, if applicable, pay level and trade group to which the member would have become entitled had the member remained in the former military occupation;

together with any upwards adjustments to the rates of pay determined under subparagraphs (a) and (b) that may be established from time to time.

204.515(3) (Exception - compulsory occupational transfer) Paragraph (2) of this instruction does not apply to:

  1. pilots who are paid under Table C to CBI 204.52 (Pay - Officers); or
  2. non-commissioned members who are appointed to the rank of officer cadet.

204.515(4) (Rate of pay - reallocation of occupation to a higher trade group) A non-commissioned member in an occupation that has been reallocated to a higher trade group, or who has been compulsory occupationally transferred to an occupation in which the member is deemed qualified to the standard for their rank, shall be paid at the rate of pay in the higher trade group for the rank and pay increment that they held on the day before the reallocation and any higher pay increment to which the member would have become entitled had the member remained in the former military occupation, together with any upwards adjustments to the rates of pay that may be established from time to time.

204.515(5) (Rate of pay - occupational career progression) An officer in the pilot occupation or a non-commissioned member who achieves occupational qualified status under such conditions as established in orders or instructions issued by the Chief of the Defence Staff, shall be paid the rate of pay established:

  1. in the case of a pilot who was in the rank of lieutenant or captain prior to being qualified in the flying of aircraft to the standard established in orders or instructions issued by the Chief of the Defence Staff, for the pay increment in Table C to CBI 204.52 (Pay – Officers) that is nearest to, but not less than, the rate of pay the officer was receiving on the day immediately prior to being qualified in the flying of aircraft in Table B to CBI 204.52 (Pay – Officers), to which is added the qualifying service accumulated in the rank of lieutenant or captain, as applicable, in the pilot occupation prior to meeting the standard for the flying of aircraft. For the purpose of paragraph (1) in CBI 204.511 (Pay Increments – Reserve Force), the date the pilot became qualified in the flying of aircraft to the standard established in orders or instructions issued by the Chief of the Defence Staff is the pilot's pay increment anniversary date; or
  2. in the case of a non-commissioned member in the junior MOSID in a specialist occupation, for the pay increment and qualifying service for their rank pertaining to the sum of:
    1. the pay increment for their rank in the higher trade group that is nearest to, but not less than, the rate of pay the member was receiving on the day immediately prior to meeting the conditions the senior MOSID; and
    2. the qualifying service accumulated in the rank of corporal in the junior MOSID in the same occupation, but not to exceed the rate of pay for the highest pay increment in their new trade group.

204.515(6) (Rate of pay - voluntary occupational transfer) An officer or non-commissioned member who voluntarily transfers to a military occupation, under such conditions as established in orders or instructions issued by the Chief of the Defence Staff, shall be paid the rate of pay established for the pay increment for the member's rank, pay level, and new trade group, if applicable, determined in accordance with CBI 204.511 (Pay Increments - Reserve Force).

Notes:

  1. Subject to Note B to this instruction, a non-commissioned member who voluntarily transfers from one occupation in which the member was receiving specialist pay to a new specialist occupation, the member will be assigned on the date of the transfer to the Junior sub-division of the new occupation and shall be paid at the standard rate of pay until they are fully qualified in the new occupation. The date of transfer to the qualified sub-division is the date at which both the necessary qualification and rank level in Table A to CBI 204.53 (Pay – Non-commissioned members – Reserve Force) have been obtained.
  2. A non-commissioned member who voluntarily occupational transfers to an occupation in the Specialist 1 or Specialist 2 trade group shall have their rate of pay determined in accordance with paragraph (5) of this instruction once they achieve occupational qualified status.

(CDS 8 October 2002, effective 1 August 2004)

204.516 - Limitation of Pay

In any one training year, an officer or non-commissioned member shall not be paid for more than the maximum number of days of training established by the Chief of the Defence Staff for that training year.

204.517 - Rate of Pay on Promotion – Reserve Force – Retroactive Pay Increase

Where an officer or non-commissioned member has been promoted, and a revision of the rate of pay established in the CBI that applies to the member is approved after the date on which the member was promoted, as a result of which payment of the revised rate of pay for the member's new rank and pay increment and, if applicable, pay level and trade group is to commence prior to the date of the member's promotion, the member shall be paid, from the date of promotion, at the rate of pay that is determined by the application of the CBI that determines the member's rate of pay on promotion, as if the revised rates of pay had been approved prior to the date of the member's promotion.

204.518 - Rate of Pay on Promotion - Coincident with a Pay Increase (New 1 Apr 02)

An officer or non-commissioned member who is promoted coincidentally with a pay increase shall have the rate of pay resulting from that promotion determined as if the member had been promoted on the day prior to the pay increase.

(CDS 8 October 2002, effective 1 April 2002)

204.519 - Rate of Pay on Commissioning - Simultaneous Promotion to a Higher Rank - Reserve Force

An officer, on being commissioned, who is promoted on the same day on which the officer is commissioned, or on the day following the day on which the officer was commissioned, shall be paid as if they were commissioned in that higher rank.

(CDS 8 October 2002, effective 1 Apr 02)

204.52 - Pay – Officers

204.52(1) (General) Subject to CBI 204.51 (Pay – Conditions of Payment) an officer shall be paid in the manner determined by the Chief of the Defence Staff:

  1. at the rate of pay established for the officer's rank and pay increment:
    1. in Table A to this instruction, if the officer is a medical officer;
    2. in Table B to this instruction, if the officer is a general service officer other than a pilot;
    3. in Table C to this instruction, if the officer is a pilot;
    4. in Table E to this instruction, if the officer is a legal officer;
    5. in Table F to this instruction, if the officer is a dental officer;
    6. in Table G to this instruction, if the officer is a medical officer – clinical specialist; or
    7. in Table H to this instruction, if the officer is a dental officer – clinical specialist; and
  2. the special military differential established in Table D to this instruction, if the officer is a medical officer or dental officer in the rank of captain or higher; or
  3. the special military differential established in Table J to this instruction, during the period beginning on 1 April 2013 and ending on the last moment of 31 March 2016, if the officer is a legal officer in the rank of colonel or lieutenant-colonel, including paid acting rank.

(TB 16 June 2016, effective 1 April 2015)

204.52(1.1) (Definitions) In this instruction,

pay

includes the special military differential in the case of a medical officer, dental officer or legal officer; and
(TB 11 December 2014, effective 1 April 2013)

clinical specialist

means

  1. a dental clinical specialist, as set out in CBI 204.217 (Pay – Dental Officers).
  2. a medical officer in the rank of major – or lieutenant-colonel or colonel – who holds a fellowship certification through the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada in one of the following clinical specialties:
    1. General Surgery;
    2. Anaesthesiology;
    3. Internal Medicine;
    4. Psychiatry;
    5. Orthopaedic Surgery;
    6. Diagnostic Radiology;
    7. Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (Physiatry);
    8. Cardiology;
    9. Dermatology;
    10. Emergency Medicine;
    11. Gastroenterology;
    12. Infectious Disease;
    13. Neurosurgery;
    14. Obstetrics and Gynecology;
    15. Ophthalmology;
    16. Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery;
    17. Paediatrics;
    18. General Pathology;
    19. Plastic Surgery;
    20. Thoracic Surgery;
    21. Urology; or
      (TB, effective 1 April 2011)
  3. a medical or dental officer – in the rank of major, lieutenant-colonel or colonel – who, on 31 March 1999, was in receipt of an allowance under the former QR&O article 205.43 (Medical and Dental Officer Specialist Allowance), as it read on 31 March 1999.
pilot

has the same definition as set out in CBI 204.215 (Pay - Officers - Pilots - Lieutenant-Colonel, Major and Captain), with the exception that this instruction also includes a pilot in the rank of lieutenant; and

legal officer

has the same definition as set out in CBI 204.218 (Pay - Officers - Legal).

204.52(2) (Rate of pay – officers to whom the Commissioned from the Ranks Plan applies) An officer to whom the Commissioned from the Ranks Plan applies and who is commissioned from the rank of

  1. chief warrant officer or master warrant officer directly to the rank of captain, shall be considered to have been promoted to the rank of captain directly from the former non-commissioned rank that was held and, subject to paragraph (6) of this instruction, shall be paid at the rate of pay established for the rank of captain and pay increment in Table B to this instruction; and
  2. warrant officer or such lower rank as determined by the Chief of the Defence Staff, directly to the rank of lieutenant or such lower rank as determined by the Chief of the Defence Staff, shall be considered to have been promoted to the applicable officer rank directly from the former non-commissioned rank that was held and, subject to paragraph (6) of this instruction, shall be paid at the rate of pay established for the officer’s rank and pay increment in pay level C of Table “B” to this instruction.

(TB 1 June 2017, effective 1 September 2017)

204.52(3) (Rate of pay – officers – pilots to whom the Commissioned from the Ranks Plan applies) An officer in the pilot military occupation, other than an officer cadet, who is promoted to the officer's current rank directly on commissioning, shall

  1. if qualified in the flying of aircraft to the standard established in orders or instructions issued by the Chief of the Defence Staff, be considered to have been promoted to the applicable officer rank directly from the non-commissioned rank held by the member and, subject to paragraph (6) of this instruction, be paid at the rate of pay established for the officer's rank and pay increment in Table C to this instruction; or
  2. if not yet qualified in the flying of aircraft, be paid under paragraph (2) of this instruction.

204.52(4) (Rate of pay on occupation transfer to pilot) An officer on occupation transfer to pilot in the rank of captain or below shall be paid at the rate of pay established for the officer's rank and pay increment in Table C to this instruction which is nearest to, but not less than, the rate of pay the officer was receiving on the day immediately prior to the occupation transfer.

204.52(5) (Rate of pay – former non-commissioned members) Subject to paragraph (6), an officer in the rank of lieutenant or second lieutenant who was appointed to the rank of officer cadet directly from the rank of corporal or above shall be paid, from the date of commissioning, at the rate of pay for the officer's rank and pay increment as follows:

  1. if a general service officer of the rank of lieutenant or second lieutenant, other than a pilot, at pay level B in Table B to this instruction; or
  2. if a pilot of the rank of lieutenant, in Table C to this instruction.

204.52(6) (Rate of pay on promotion) An officer to whom this instruction applies shall be paid on promotion at the rate of pay which is the greater of

  1. the basic rate of pay for the officer's new rank and pay level; or
  2. the rate of pay for the pay increment and pay level for the officer's new rank that is nearest to, but at least equal to, the sum of the rate of pay the officer was receiving on the day immediately prior to the date of promotion, plus an amount equal to the difference between the rate of pay established for pay increment 1 and pay increment Basic in the officer's new rank, but not to exceed the rate of pay for the highest pay increment in the new rank.

204.52(7) (Rate of pay – officer cadet – former private) An officer in the rank of officer cadet who is appointed to that rank directly from the rank of private shall be paid at the rate of pay for the pay increment for an officer cadet in Table B to this instruction that is nearest to, but at least equal to, the rate of pay the member was receiving on the day immediately prior to the date of appointment.

204.52(8) (Rate of pay – officer cadet – former corporal or above) An officer in the rank of officer cadet who is appointed to that rank directly from the rank of corporal or above shall be paid at the rate of pay which is, including any upwards adjustments to the rate of pay that may be established from time to time, and any upward adjustments resulting from the reallocation of the last military occupation in which the officer served as a non-commissioned member to a higher trade group, the greater of the rate of pay established for

  1. the rank, pay increment, pay level and trade group the officer held on the day immediately prior to the date of appointment to the rank of officer cadet; or
  2. any higher pay increment to which the officer would have become entitled had the officer remained in the former rank, pay level and trade group as a non-commissioned member.

204.52(9) (Limitations on pay increments) Subject to CBI 204.511 (Pay Increments – Reserve Force) and paragraph (10) the number of pay increment increases may not exceed the maximum number of pay increments for the applicable pay level and table to this instruction, and is further limited as follows in Table B and C

  1. in the case of second lieutenant paid under pay level B or C, to a maximum of one increase; and
  2. in the case of lieutenant paid under pay level B or C, to a maximum of three increases.

204.52(10) (Completion of training) If the Chief of the Defence Staff, or any officer designated by the Chief of the Defence Staff, determines that an officer cannot complete military occupation training required for progression to the next rank solely as a result of a delay from scheduling of the training or a change in training requirements in the military occupation, and the required occupation training is not subsequent to a voluntary occupational transfer after one year of occupation training in the former military occupation, the maximum number of pay increment increases that may be provided to an officer under paragraph (9) is increased, but not to exceed the maximum number of pay increments for the applicable pay level and table, as follows

  1. in the case of a delay of one year or less, by one pay increment; and
  2. in the case of a delay of more than one year, by two pay increments.

204.52(11) (Rate of pay – Former Regular Force officer) A lieutenant, second lieutenant or officer cadet having former commissioned service in the Regular Force shall be paid at the rate of pay established for the officer's rank and pay increment determined under CBI 204.511 (Pay Increments – Reserve Force) as follows:

An officer of the rank ofwho prior to component transfer was paid a rate of pay set out in CBI 204.211 atis entitled to the rate of pay in the following table to this instruction
Lieutenant or Second Lieutenant pay level A, B or C to Table B or C pay level A of Table B
Lieutenant or Second Lieutenant pay level D to Table B or C pay level B of Table B
Lieutenant or Second Lieutenant pay level E to Table B or C pay level C of Table B

(TB, effective 22 June 2006)

204.52(12) (Acting Pay - Legal Officers) An officer in the substantive rank of major or above, to whom this instruction applies, and who is designated in writing by the Judge Advocate General, or any officer acting under the authority of the Judge Advocate General, in accordance with the Queen's Regulations and Orders for the Canadian Forces, Duties and Responsibilities of Officers, 4.081(d), to perform the duties of a position established for a higher rank on an acting basis for a period of at least thirty (30) consecutive days, shall be paid at the rate established for the higher rank calculated from the date on which the officer commenced those duties.

204.52(13) (Rate of Acting Pay) An officer in receipt of Acting Pay shall initially be paid in accordance with the basic pay increment level of the higher rank.An officer in receipt of Acting Pay for a consecutive period greater than one year shall be deemed, for the purposes of calculating Acting Pay, to have completed one year of qualifying service.

204.52(14) (Limitation) The entitlement under Paragraph (12) of this instruction is limited to the pay for one rank higher than the officer's substantive rank.

(TB, effective 1 April 2005)

204.52(15) (Former reserve force – military judge) Where the name of a reserve force military judges is removed from the Reserve Force Military Judges Panel, the rate of pay of the former legal officer is an amount equal to the maximum rate of pay established for their rank in table E to this instruction.

(TB, effective 1 June 2014)

Table A to CBI 204.52 (Medical Officers) - Daily Rates (in dollars) after March 2017 for a Period of Training of 6 Hours or More

RankPay Increment Basic

Pay Incr 1

Pay Incr 2Pay Incr 3Pay Incr 4Pay Incr 5Pay Incr 6
Captain 318.66 365.20 383.50 402.82 432.72 445.40 458.12
Major 445.40 458.12 470.74 483.44 496.10    
Lieutenant-Colonel 511.80 537.82 568.14 597.54      
Colonel 534.62 566.04 597.56 629.22      
Brigadier-General 567.16 600.46 633.80 667.28      

(TB 1 June 2017, effective 1 April 2017)

Table B to CBI 204.52 (General Service Officers other than Pilots) - Daily Rates (in dollars) after March 2017 for Officer Cadet, Second Lieutenant, Lieutenant, Captain, Major and Lieutenant-Colonel, for a Period of Duty or Training of 6 Hours or more. Daily Rates (in dollars) after March 2013 for Colonel, Brigadier-General, Major-General and Lieutenant-General, for a Period of Duty or Training of 6 Hours or more.

RankPay Increment BasicPay Incr  1Pay Incr  2Pay Incr  3Pay Incr  4Pay Incr  5Pay Incr  6Pay Incr  7Pay Incr  8Pay Incr  9Pay Incr 10
Officer Cadet 105.46 109.78 114.18 126.84              
Second Lieutenant A 116.04 120.84 126.72 131.10              
Second Lieutenant B 145.74 150.04 154.54 159.22 164.02 168.86 173.96 179.18 184.50 190.02 195.80
Second Lieutenant C 147.48 151.84 156.44 161.10 165.98 170.90 176.06 181.26 186.80 192.34 198.04
Lieutenant A 147.62 152.14 156.86 161.06 165.24            
Lieutenant B 149.58 155.58 161.78 168.30

175.04

182.06 189.22 196.88 204.72 212.90 221.44
Lieutenant C 155.42 161.62 168.08 174.88 181.88 189.12 196.64 204.58 212.74 221.20 230.12
Captain 184.38 191.46 198.38 205.42 212.16 218.80 225.30 231.98 235.86 239.74 243.68
Major 249.32 253.72 258.06 262.30 266.64 270.98 275.24 279.62      
Lieutenant-Colonel 288.96 293.60 298.16 302.88 307.50            
Colonel 311.94 324.24 336.50 348.84              
Brigadier-General 369.14 379.00 389.46 399.62              
Major-General 423.68 447.98 473.18 497.66              
Lieutenant-General 543.80 558.56 574.04 588.74              

(TB 1 June 17, effective 1 April 2017 for Officer Cadet, Second Lieutenant, Lieutenant, Captain, Major and Lieutenant-Colonel)

(TB 26 November 2013, effective 1 April 2013 for Colonel, Brigadier-General, Major-General and Lieutenant-General)

Table C to CBI 204.52 (Pilots) - Daily Rates (in dollars) after March 2017 for a Period of Duty or Training of 6 Hours or More 

RankPay Increment BasicPay Incr  1Pay Incr  2Pay Incr  3Pay Incr  4Pay Incr  5Pay Incr  6Pay Incr  7Pay Incr  8Pay Incr  9Pay Incr 10
Lieutenant 175.28 180.20 185.28 192.64 200.32 208.40 216.72 225.32      
Captain 197.08 205.90 216.02 236.06 248.66 258.38 264.64 271.26 275.20 276.80 277.94
Major 280.90 283.68 285.76 287.92 290.70 293.68 294.84 296.58      
Lieutenant-Colonel 299.52 303.18 306.64 309.58 312.62            

(TB 1 June 17, effective 1 April 2017)

Table D to CBI 204.52 (Special Military Differential for Medical and Dental Officers) - Daily Rates (in dollars) after March 2006 Period of Duty or Training of Six Hours or More

Rank
Special Military Differential for Medical OfficersSpecial Military Differential for Dental Officers
Captain and above 55 27

(TB, effective 1 April 2006)

Table E to CBI 204.52 (Legal Officers – Other than Military Judges) - Daily Rates (in dollars) after March 2013 for Captain and Major, for a Period of Duty or Training of 6 Hours or More. Daily Rates (in dollars) after March 2016 for Lieutenant-Colonel, Colonel and Brigadier-General, for a Period of Duty or Training of 6 Hours or More. 

RankPay Increment BasicPay Incr 1Pay Incr 2Pay Incr 3
Captain 178.88 204.28 229.72 255.20
Major 273.20 290.76 324.92 359.10
Lieutenant-Colonel 385.30 391.02 398.92 406.98
Colonel 441.62 465.26 489.02 512.78
Brigadier-General 433.14 464.86 496.60 528.40

 (TB 16 June 2016, effective 1 April 2016)

Table F to CBI 204.52 (Dental Officers) - Daily Rates (in dollars) after March 2017 for a Period of Training of 6 Hours or More 

RankPay Increment BasicPay Incr  1Pay Incr  2Pay Incr  3Pay Incr  4Pay Incr  5Pay Incr  6
Captain 318.66 365.20 383.50 402.82 432.72 445.40 458.12
Major 445.40 458.12 470.74 483.44 496.10    
Lieutenant-Colonel 511.80 537.82 568.14 597.54      
Colonel 534.62 566.04 597.56 629.22      
Brigadier-General 567.16 600.46 633.80 667.28      

(TB 1 June 17, effective 1 April 2017)

Table G to CBI 204.52 (Medical Officers – Clinical Specialist) - Daily Rates (in dollars) after March 2017 for a Period of Training of 6 Hours or More 

RankPay Increment BasicPay Incr  1Pay Incr  2Pay Incr  3Pay Incr  4Pay Incr 5Pay Incr 6
Major 534.48 549.74 564.90 580.12 595.30    
Lieutenant-Colonel 631.34 659.68 688.42 717.08      
Colonel 641.54 679.24 717.08 755.06      

(TB 1 June 17, effective 1 April 2017)

Table H to CBI 204.52 (Dental Officers – Clinical Specialist) - Daily Rates (in dollars) after March 2017 for a Period of Training of 6 Hours or More

RankPay Increment BasicPay Incr  1Pay Incr  2Pay Incr  3Pay Incr  4Pay Incr 5Pay Incr 6
Major 534.48 549.74 564.90 580.12 595.30    
Lieutenant-Colonel 631.34 659.68 688.42 717.08      
Colonel 641.54 679.24 717.08 755.06      

(TB 1 June 17, effective 1 April 2017)

Table J to CBI 204.52 Special Military Differential for Legal Officers - Daily Rates (in dollars) Effective Beginning on 1 April 2013 and Ending after 31 March 2016 for a Period of Duty or Training of 6 Hours or More

RankSpecial Military Differential for Legal Officers
Lieutenant-Colonel 39.78
Colonel 50.74

 (TB 16 June 2016, effective 1 April 2015)

204.5205 - Repealed by TB, Effective 1 April 2005

204.522 - Transitional Provision - Implementation of Revised Reserve Force Officer Pay Instructions - 1 April 2002

204.522(1) (General) The rate of pay of an officer, whose rate of pay on 31 March 2002 was governed by CBI 203.21 (Officer Cadets – Reserve Force on Other Than Class C Reserve Service) or CBI 204.52 (Pay – Officers – Other Than Officers on Performance Pay), shall be, after March 2002, the rate of pay for the officer's rank under the applicable table in CBI 204.52 (Pay – Officers)), as had the changes to that instruction been in effect on the day immediately prior to the date that the officer was promoted to the rank held on 1 April 2002.

204.522(2) (Rate of pay – lieutenant, second lieutenant and officer cadet) If the rate of pay of an officer in the rank of lieutenant, second lieutenant or officer cadet would be reduced as a result of the amendment of Table B to CBI 204.52 (Pay – Officers), the officer shall be paid at the rate of pay that the officer was receiving on 31 March 2002 until such time as the rate of pay for the present rank, incentive pay category and pay level becomes greater.

(CDS 6 May 2003, effective 1 April 2003)

204.53 - Pay - Non-Commissioned Members - Reserve Force

204.53(1) (Rate of Pay - Standard trade group) Subject to paragraphs (1.1) and (2), and CBIs 204.51 (Pay - Conditions of Payment) and 204.515 (Pay on Occupational Transfer - Reserve Force), a non-commissioned member shall be paid at the rate of pay established in Table to this instruction for the member's rank, pay increment, and pay level in the Standard trade group column.

204.53(1.1) (Rate of Pay - Specialist trade group) Subject to paragraph (2), and CBIs 204.51 (Pay - Conditions of Payment) and 204.515 (Pay on Occupational Transfer - Reserve Force), a non-commissioned member to whom this instruction applies shall be paid at the rate of pay established in Table to this instruction, for the member's rank, pay increment, and pay level in the Specialist 1 or Specialist 2 trade group column, as applicable, if they:

  1. are assigned to the Qualified sub-occupation in an occupation listed in the Table to this instruction;
  2. meet the occupational qualifications as determined by the branch's Managing Authority;
  3. have achieved the required rank; and
  4. when required by the Managing Authority, have completed a minimum of four years of service in the Canadian Forces.

204.53(2) (Definitions) The definitions in this paragraph apply in this instruction.

military occupation

is identified by the Military Occupational Structure Identification (MOSID).

occupation

is a grouping of related jobs having similar duties and tasks and requiring similar qualifications. The qualified sub-divisions consist of related jobs having similar duties and tasks to a parent occupation, but generally involving a more specialized function or focus than that required by other members of the occupation. Occupations have been divided into two sub-occupations consisting of Junior and Qualified sub-occupations.

trade group

means either the Standard, Specialist 1 or Specialist 2 rate of pay payable to a non-commissioned member according to the members' MOSID as determined by the Chief of the Defence Staff in accordance with QR&O 2.10 (Allocation of Non-commissioned Member Military Occupations to Trade Groups).

(CDS 28/04, effective 1 August 2004)

204.53(3) (Rate of pay on promotion) A non-commissioned member to whom this instruction applies shall be paid on promotion at the rate of pay which is the greater of

  1. the basic rate of pay for the member's new rank and pay level; or
  2. the rate of pay for the pay increment and pay level for the member's new rank that is nearest to, but at least equal to, the sum of the rate of pay the member was receiving on the day immediately prior to the date of promotion, and an amount equal to the difference between the rate of pay established for pay increment 1 and pay increment Basic in the member's new rank, but not to exceed the rate of pay for the highest pay increment in the new rank.

204.53(4) (Pay – corporal) A corporal shall be paid at the rate of pay established for corporal (A) in the table to this instruction, except that a corporal who is holding the appointment of master corporal shall be paid at the rate of pay established for a corporal (B) in the Table to this instruction and at the same pay increment to which the member otherwise would have been entitled, as a corporal, had the member not been appointed master corporal.

204.53(5) (Repealed)

204.53(6) (Appointment of Canadian Forces Chief Warrant Officer) The chief warrant officer who holds the appointment of Canadian Forces Chief Warrant Officer shall be paid at the rate of pay established for a chief warrant officer, Pay Level 7C, in the Table to this instruction at the same pay increment to which the member would otherwise have been entitled, as a chief warrant officer, had the member not been appointed Canadian Forces Chief Warrant Officer.

204.53(7) (Appointment of a Chief Warrant Officer to the Senior Appointments List) A chief warrant officer appointed to the Senior Appointments List shall be paid at the rate of pay established for a chief warrant officer, Pay Level 7B, in the Table to this instruction at the same pay increment to which the member would otherwise have been entitled, as a chief warrant officer, had the member not been appointed to the Senior Appointments List.

204.53(8) (Limitation) The entitlement under paragraphs (6) and (7) ceases after one year following the termination of their appointment as the Canadian Forces Chief Warrant Officer or from a position established in the Senior Appointments List.

Notes

  1. The total number of corporals who may be appointed as master corporals is established by the Minister.
  2. The total number of chief warrant officers, Pay Level 7B or 7C, who may be appointed as the Canadian Forces Chief Warrant Officer, or to the Senior Appointments List, is established by the Chief of the Defence Staff.
  3. After July 2004, a non-commissioned member enrolled or component transferred to an occupation in the Specialist trade group will be enrolled into the Junior sub-occupation until such time as they are qualified in the sub-occupation.
  4. After July 2004, a non-commissioned member promoted to an Acting Lacking rank shall remain in the Junior sub-occupation until such time as they are qualified in the sub-occupation. Once qualified, the member will be transferred to the applicable Specialist sub-occupation in accordance with CBI 204.515 (Pay on Occupational Transfer - Reserve Force).

(TB, effective 1 April 2004)

Table to CBI 204.53 - Daily Rates (in dollars) after March 2017 for Period of Duty or Training (6 Hours or more)

RankPay LevelTrade GroupPay Increment BasicPay Incr 1Pay Incr 2Pay Incr 3Pay Incr 4
Private 1 Standard   96.06 108.80 122.46  
Corporal (A) 2 Standard 140.12 142.18 144.26 146.26 148.16
Corporal (A) 2 Specialist 1 156.94 159.68 162.38  165.04 167.92
Corporal (A) 2 Specialist 2  166.20 169.48 172.82 176.14 179.38
Corporal (B) 3 Standard 145.96 148.02 149.92 152.04 154.14
Corporal (B) 3 Specialist 1  162.90 165.78 168.50 171.20 174.04
Corporal (B) 3 Specialist 2  172.20 175.66 178.82 182.24 185.72
Sergeant 4 Standard  161.00 162.56 164.24 166.00 167.54
Sergeant 4 Specialist 1  180.48 182.12 183.94 185.76 187.38
Sergeant 4 Specialist 2  191.12 192.94 194.72 196.46 198.16
Warrant Officer 5 Standard  179.26 180.98 182.62 184.44 186.12
Warrant Officer 5 Specialist 1 195.34 197.06 198.86 200.60 202.12
Warrant Officer 5 Specialist 2 202.80 204.54 206.26 208.10 209.68
Master Warrant Officer 6

Standard

 

 197.88 199.90 201.94 203.94 205.96
Master Warrant Officer 6 Specialist 1 211.18 213.30 215.46 217.58 219.64
Master Warrant Officer 6 Specialist 2  215.52 217.70 219.74 221.78 223.82
Chief Warrant Officer 7A Standard 219.74 222.02 224.40 226.66 228.88
Chief Warrant Officer 7A Specialist 1 219.74 222.02 224.40 226.66 228.88
Chief Warrant Officer 7A Specialist 2  219.74  222.02  224.40  226.66 228.88
Chief Warrant Officer 7B Standard  235.08 237.60 240.10 242.50 244.94
Chief Warrant Officer 7B Specialist 1 235.08 237.60 240.10 242.50 244.94
Chief Warrant Officer 7B Specialist 2 235.08 237.60 240.10 242.50 244.94
Chief Warrant Officer 7C Standard 244.52 247.06 249.74 252.14 254.66
Chief Warrant Officer 7C Specialist 1 244.52 247.06 249.74 252.14 254.66
Chief Warrant Officer 7C Specialist 2 244.52 247.06 249.74 252.14 254.66

(TB 1 June 2017, effective 1 April 2017)

204.535 - Repealed by TB Effective 1 April 2008

204.54 - Repealed by TB Effective 1 March 2012

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Section 7 – Premium in Lieu of Leave - Reserve Force

204.55 - Premium in Lieu of Leave – Reserve Force

204.55(1) (Entitlement) Subject to paragraph (2), an officer or non-commissioned member shall, in addition to the pay to which the member is otherwise entitled under this chapter, be paid a premium equal to 9% of the pay to which the member is entitled in respect of:

  1. any Class A Reserve Service which the member served after 31 March 1997; and
  2. any Class B or C Reserve Service of a total continuous period of less than one month, which commenced after 31 March 1997.

204.55(2) (Not included) For the purpose of paragraph (1), the pay of an officer or non-commissioned member is deemed not to include any payment made in respect of CBI 204.54 (Reserve Force Retirement Gratuity).

204.55(3) (Reduction) A premium payable under paragraph (1) for a single period of Reserve Service shall be reduced by the amount of pay received in respect of a day that falls within that period of Reserve Service that is, in accordance with orders or instructions issued by the Chief of the Defence Staff, a designated or other holiday and in respect of which the officer or non-commissioned member did not undergo training or perform duties.

204.55(4) (Payment in arrears) The premium to which an officer or non-commissioned member may be entitled under this instruction shall be paid in arrears at such intervals as established in orders or instructions issued by the Chief of the Defence Staff which shall not be less than once per calendar year.

204.55(5) (Not applicable) A premium is not payable under this instruction in respect of a period of Class B or C Reserve Service for which there is an entitlement to annual leave under QR&O 16.14 (Annual Leave).

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Section 8 – Retroactive Pay

204.60 - Retroactive Pay for the Period from 1 April 1999 to 30 September 1999 - Officers and Non-Commissioned Members of the Regular Force and Reserve Force on Class C Reserve Service

204.60(1) (Application) This instruction applies to a person who was an officer or non-commissioned member of the Regular Force or the Reserve Force on Class C Reserve Service at any time during the period from 1 April 1999 to 30 September 1999.

204.60(2) (Retroactive pay) Subject to paragraphs (3) and (4), a person is entitled to receive as pay for each day of the period set out in paragraph (1) in respect of which the person received pay, 1/30th of the monthly amount established at Table A or B to this instruction that corresponds to their rank, incentive pay category, and if applicable, pay level and trade group, and to the QR&O article that established their rate of pay for that day.

204.60(3) (Limitation) A person's entitlement under paragraph (2) in respect of any calendar month shall not exceed the greatest monthly amount established at Tables A and B, that is applicable to that person during that calendar month.

204.60(4) (Payments and allowances) The amount payable under this instruction is not pay for the purpose of determining the amount of any payment or allowance that is calculated based on rates of pay, except for the Maternity Allowance.

(CDS, 21 December 2001)

Table A to CBI 204.60 - Retroactive Monthly Pay for the Period of 1 April 1999 to 30 September 1999

 Rank

Reference to articles of the QR&O Establishing Rate of Pay

Incentive Pay Basic

 Inc Pay 1

Inc Pay 2

 Inc Pay 3

Inc Pay 4

Inc Pay 5

Inc Pay 6

Inc Pay 7

Inc Pay 8

Inc Pay 9

 Inc Pay 10

Lieutenant-Colonel 204.21 78 79 80 81 83            
Lieutenant-Colonel 204.215 81 82 82 83 84            
Major 204.21 67 68 69 71 72 73 74 75      
Major 204.215 76 76 77 77 78 79 79 80      
Captain 204.21 50 51 53 55 57 59 61 62 63 64 66
Captain 204.214                     67
Captain 204.215 Table A 53 55 58 63 67 69 71 73 74 74 75
Captain 204.215 Table B 50 53 58 63 67 69 71 73 74 74 75
Lieutenant 204.2111 36 39 42 44 47            
Lieutenant 204.2113 30 33 36 39 42            
Lieutenant 204.21135 Table A 109 118 127 136              
Lieutenant 204.2114 Rate of pay C 34 36 39 42              
Lieutenant 204.2114 Rate of pay D 36 39 42 44              
Lieutenant 204.2114 Rate of pay E 36 39 42 44 47            
Lieutenant 204.2114 Rate of pay F 39 42 44 47              
Lieutenant 204.2151 39 43 45 48 51            
Lieutenant 204.2153 32 37 39 43 46            
Lieutenant 204.21535 Table A 112 122 131 140              
Lieutenant 204.2154 Rate of pay C 36 40 43 45              
Lieutenant 204.2154 Rate of pay D 39 43 45 48              
Lieutenant 204.2154 Rate of pay E 39 43 45 48 51            
Lieutenant 204.216 Table B 39 42                  
Second Lieutenant 204.2111 36                    
Second Lieutenant 204.2113 29 30                  
Second Lieutenant 204.21135 Table A 104                    
Second Lieutenant 204.2114 Rate of pay C 31                    
Second Lieutenant 204.2114 Rate of pay D 33 36 39 41 44            
Second Lieutenant 204.2114 Rate of pay E 36 39 41 44 46            
Second Lieutenant 204.2114 Rate of pay F 39 41 44 46              
Second Lieutenant 204.2151 38                    
Second Lieutenant 204.2153 31 33                  
Second Lieutenant 204.21535 Table A 106                    
Second Lieutenant 204.2154 Rate of pay C 33                    
Second Lieutenant 204.2154 Rate of pay D 35                    
Second Lieutenant 204.2154 Rate of pay E 38                    
Second Lieutenant 204.216 Table A 32 34 37                
Officer Cadet 204.2111 13 13 13 13              
Officer Cadet 204.2113 71 74                  
Former Service 204.2155 Corporal 5A – Standard 125                    
Former Service 204.2155 Corporal 5A – Specialist 1 136                    
Former Service 204.2155 Corporal 5A – Specialist 2 146                    
Former Service 204.2155 Corporal 5B – Standard 130                    
Former Service 204.2155 Corporal 5B – Specialist 1 141                    
Former Service 204.2155 Corporal 5B – Specialist 2 151                    
Former Service 204.2155 Sergeant – Standard 141                    
Former Service 204.2155 Sergeant – Specialist 1 152                    
Former Service 204.2155 Sergeant – Specialist 2 161                    
Former Service 204.2155 Warrant Officer – Standard 157                    
Former Service 204.2155 Warrant Officer –Specialist 1 164                    
Former Service 204.2155 Warrant Officer –Specialist 2 170                    

Table B to CBI 204.60 - Retroactive Monthly Pay for the Period of 1 April 1999 to 30 September 1999

RankReference to QR&O 204.30 Establishing Rate of Pay

Incentive Pay Basic

Inc Pay 1Inc Pay 2Inc Pay 3Inc Pay 4
Private Standard   70 86 103  
Corporal 5A Standard 118 120 122 123 125
Corporal 5A Specialist 1 127 130 132 134 136
Corporal 5A Specialist 2 135 138 140 143 146
Corporal 5B Standard 123 125 126 128 130
Corporal 5B Specialist 1 132 135 137 139 141
Corporal 5B Specialist 2 140 143 145 148 151
Sergeant Standard 136 137 138 140 141
Sergeant Specialist 1 146 148 149 151 152
Sergeant Specialist 2 155 157 158 159 161
Warrant Officer Standard 151 153 154 156 157
Warrant Officer Specialist 1 159 160 161 163 164
Warrant Officer Specialist 2 165 166 167 169 170
Master Warrant Officer Standard 167 169 170 172 174
Master Warrant Officer Specialist 1 171 173 175 177 178
Master Warrant Officer Specialist 2 175 177 178 180 182
Chief Warrant Officer Standard 185 187 189 191 193
Chief Warrant Officer Specialist 1 185 187 189 191 193
Chief Warrant Officer Specialist 2 185 187 189 191 193

204.605 - Retroactive Pay for the Period from 1 April 2005 to 31 March 2006 - Officers of the Regular Force and Reserve Force on Class C Reserve Service

204.605(1) (Application) This instruction applies to an officer of the Regular Force or the Reserve Force on Class C Reserve Service at any time during the period from 1 April 2005 to 31 March 2006.

204.605(2) (Retroactive pay) Subject to paragraphs (3) and (4), an officer is entitled to receive as pay for each day of the period set out in paragraph (1) in respect of which the person received pay, 1/30th of the monthly amount established in the Table to this instruction that corresponds to their rank, incentive pay category, and if applicable, pay level, and to the CBI that established their rate of pay for that day.

204.605(3) (Limitation) An officer's entitlement under paragraph (2) in respect of any calendar month shall not exceed the greatest monthly amount established in the Table to this instruction, that is applicable to that person during that calendar month.

204.605(4) (Payments and allowances) The amount payable under this instruction is not pay for the purpose of determining the amount of any payment or allowance that is calculated based on rates of pay, except for the Maternity and Parental Allowances.

(TB, effective 1 April 2006)

Table to CBI 204.605 - Retroactive Monthly Pay for the Period of 1 April 2005 to 31 March 2006

RankReference to the CBI Establishing Rate of Pay
Pay Increment BasicPay Incr 1Pay Incr 2Pay Incr 3Pay Incr 4Pay Incr 5Pay Incr 6Pay Incr 7Pay Incr 8Pay Incr 9Pay Incr 10
Lieutenant- Colonel 204.21 71 72 73 74 75            
Lieutenant- Colonel 204.215 73 74 75 76 77            
Major 204.21 61 62 63 64 65 66 68 69      
Major 204.215 69 70 70 71 71 72 72 73      
Captain 204.21 45 47 49 50 52 54 55 57 58 59 60
Captain 204.214                     61
Captain 204.215 Table A 48 51 53 58 61 63 65 67 68 68 68
Captain 204.215 Table B 46 49 53 58 61 63 65 67 68 68 68
Lieutenant 204.211 Pay Level A 36 38 41 43              
Lieutenant 204.211 Pay Level B 28 30 33 36 39            
Lieutenant 204.211 Pay Level C 31 33 34 36 37 38 39 41 42  43  
Lieutenant 204.211 Pay Level D 37 30 40 41 43 45 46 48 50  52 54
Lieutenant 204.211 Pay Level E 38 40 41 43 45 46 48 50 52  54 56
Lieutenant 204.2156 Pay Level A 39  41 44 46              
Lieutenant 204.2156 Pay Level B 33  36 39 42              
Lieutenant 204.2156 Pay Level C 33  35 36 39 41 44 46        
Lieutenant 204.2156 Pay Level D 38  39 41 43 44 46 48 50 52  54 56
Lieutenant 204.216 30  33 35                
Lieutenant 204.217 30  33 35                
Second Lieutenant 204.211 Pay Level A 33 33                  
Second Lieutenant 204.211 Pay Level B 26 28 30 33              
Second Lieutenant 204.211 Pay Level C 28 30 33 35 38 40 42        
Second Lieutenant 204.211 Pay Level D 36 37 38 39 40 41 43 44 45  47 48
Second Lieutenant 204.211 Pay Level E 36 37 38 39 41 42 43 44 46 47 49
Second Lieutenant 204.2156 Pay Level A 35 35                   
Second Lieutenant 204.2156 Pay Level B 28 29 31 32               
Second Lieutenant 204.2156 Pay Level C 30 32 35                 
Second Lieutenant 204.2156 Pay Level D 37 38 39 40 42 43 44 45 47 48  50
Second Lieutenant 204.216 38 40                   
Second Lieutenant 204.217 38 40                   
Officer Cadet 204.211 Pay Level A 11 12 12 12              
Officer Cadet 204.211 Pay Level B 21 22 25 26              
Officer Cadet 204.211 Pay Level D 21 22 25 30 34 35 35 36 36  38 40

(TB, effective 1 April 2006)

204.61 - Retroactive Pay for the Period from 1 April 1999 to 30 September 1999 - Officers and Non-Commissioned Members of the Reserve Force on Class A and B Reserve Service

204.61(1) (Application) This instruction applies to a person who was an officer or non-commissioned member of the Reserve Force on Class A or B reserve service at any time during the period from 1 April 1999 to 30 September 1999.

204.61(2) (Retroactive pay) Subject to paragraphs (3) and (4), a person is entitled to receive as pay for each day of the period set out in paragraph (1) on which they performed a period of duty or training, the amount established at Table A or B to this instruction that corresponds to their rank, incentive pay category, and if applicable, pay level and trade group, and to the QR&O article that established their rate of pay for that day.

204.61(3) (Limitation) A person who performed a period of duty or training of less than 6 hours on any day during the period set out in paragraph (1) is, in respect of that day, entitled to receive only 50% of the amount established in Table A or B, as applicable.

204.61(4) (Payments and allowances) The amount payable under this instruction is not pay for the purpose of determining the amount of any payment or allowance that is calculated based on rates of pay, except for the maternity allowance.

(Effective 21 December 2001)

Table A to CBI 204.61 - Retroactive Pay for the Period of 1 April 1999 to 30 September 1999

 Rank

Reference to the Table in 204.53 Establishing Rate of Pay for 6 Hours or More

Incentive Pay Basic

Inc Pay 1

Inc Pay 2

Inc Pay 3

Inc Pay 4

Inc Pay 5

Inc Pay 6

Inc Pay 7

Inc Pay 8

Inc Pay 9

Inc Pay 10

Lieutenant- Colonel Table B 2.18 2.20 2.22 2.26 2.32            
Lieutenant- Colonel Table C 2.26 2.30 2.30 2.32 2.34            
Major Table B 1.88 1.90 1.92 1.98 2.02 2.04 2.06 2.10      
Major Table C 2.12 2.12 2.16 2.14 2.18 2.20 2.20 2.24      
Captain Table B 1.40 1.42 1.48 1.54 1.60 1.64 1.70 1.72 1.76 1.78 1.84
Captain Table C 1.48 1.54 1.62 1.76 1.88 1.92 2.00 2.04 2.06 2.08 2.10
Lieutenant (Commissioned from the Ranks) Table B 3.72 3.84 3.96 4.10 4.24 4.38 4.54 4.68 4.84 4.98 5.16
Lieutenant (Commissioned from the Ranks) Table C 3.92 4.04 4.16 4.30 4.44 4.58 4.74 4.88 5.04 5.18 5.36
Lieutenant Table B 1.12 1.14 1.16 1.22 1.22            
Lieutenant Table C 1.32 1.38 1.40 1.44 1.50            
Second Lieutenant (Commissioned from the Ranks) Table B 3.38 3.48 3.58 3.68 3.80 3.90 4.02 4.14 4.26 4.40 4.52
Second Lieutenant (Commissioned from the Ranks) Table C N/A                    
Second Lieutenant Table B 0.86 0.88 0.92 0.98              
Second Lieutenant Table C N/A                    

Table B to CBI 204.61 - Retroactive Pay for the Period of 1 April 1999 to 30 September 1999

Rank

Reference to QR&O 204.53 Establishing Rate of Pay for 6 Hours or More

Incentive Pay Basic

Inc Pay 1

Inc Pay 2

Inc Pay 3

Inc Pay 4

Inc Pay 5

Inc Pay 6

Inc Pay 7

Inc Pay 8

Inc Pay 9

Inc Pay 10

Private Standard   2.24 2.56 2.86              
Corporal 5A Standard 3.30 3.36 3.40 3.44 3.48            
Corporal 5A Specialist 1 3.54 3.62 3.68 3.74 3.80            
Corporal 5A Specialist 2 3.76 3.86 3.90 4.00 4.08            
Corporal 5B Standard 3.44 3.48 3.52 3.58 3.64            
Corporal 5B Specialist 1 3.70 3.76 3.84 3.90 3.94            
Corporal 5B Specialist 2 3.92 4.00 4.06 4.14 4.22            
Sergeant Standard 3.80 3.84 3.86 3.92 3.94            
Sergeant Specialist 1 4.08 4.12 4.16 4.22 4.24            
Sergeant Specialist 2 4.32 4.38 4.42 4.44 4.50            
Warrant Officer Standard 4.22 4.26 4.32 4.36 4.38            
Warrant Officer Specialist 1 4.44 4.46 4.50 4.56 4.58            
Warrant Officer Specialist 2 4.60 4.64 4.68 4.72 4.76            
Master Warrant Officer Standard 4.68 4.72 4.74 4.80 4.86            
Master Warrant Officer Specialist 1 4.78 4.82 4.88 4.94 4.98            
Master Warrant Officer Specialist 2 4.90 4.94 4.98 5.02 5.10            
Chief Warrant Officer Standard 5.16 5.24 5.28 5.34 5.38            
Chief Warrant Officer Specialist 1 5.16 5.24 5.28 5.34 5.38            
Chief Warrant Officer Specialist 2 5.16 5.24 5.28 5.34 5.38            

204.615 - Retroactive Pay for the Period from 1 April 2005 to 31 March 2006 - Officers of the Reserve Force on Class A and B Reserve Service

204.615(1) (Application) This instruction applies to an officer of the Reserve Force on Class A or B reserve service at any time during the period from 1 April 2005 to 31 March 2006.

204.615(2) (Retroactive pay) Subject to paragraphs (3) and (4), an officer is entitled to receive as pay for each day of the period set out in paragraph (1) on which they performed a period of duty or training, the amount established in the Table to this instruction that corresponds to their rank, incentive pay category, and if applicable, pay level, and to the Table in CBI 204.52 (Pay – Officers) that established their rate of pay for that day.

204.615(3) (Limitation) An officer who performed a period of duty or training of less than 6 hours on any day during the period set out in paragraph (1) is, in respect of that day, entitled to receive only 50% of the amount established in the Table to this instruction.

204.615(4) (Payments and allowances) The amount payable under this instruction is not pay for the purpose of determining the amount of any payment or allowance that is calculated based on rates of pay, except for the Maternity and Parental Allowances..

(TB, effective 1 April 2006)

Table to CBI 204.615 - Retroactive Pay for the Period of 1 April 2005 to 31 March 2006

Rank

Reference to the Table in CBI 204.52 Establishing Rate of Pay

Pay Increment Basic

Pay Incr 1

Pay Incr 2

Pay Incr 3

Pay Incr 4

Pay Incr 5

Pay Incr 6

Pay Incr 7

Pay Incr 8

Pay Incr 9

Pay Incr 10

Lieutenant-Colonel Table B 1.98 2.00 2.04 2.06 2.10            
Lieutenant-Colonel Table C 2.04 2.06 2.10 2.14 2.16            
Major Table B 1.70 1.72 1.76 1.80 1.82 1.84 1.90 1.92      
Major Table C 1.92 1.96 1.96 1.98 1.98 2.02 2.02 2.04      
Captain Table B 1.26 1.32 1.38 1.40 1.44 1.50 1.54 1.60 1.62 1.66 1.68
Captain Table C 1.34 1.42 1.48 1.62 1.70 1.76 1.82 1.86 1.92 1.92 1.92
Lieutenant Table B Level A 1.02 1.06 1.08 1.12 1.14            
Lieutenant Table B Level B 1.04 1.06 1.10 1.16 1.20 1.26 1.28  1.34 1.38 1.44

 1.50

Lieutenant Table B Level C 1.06 1.12 1.16 1.20 1.26 1.28 1.34  1.38 1.44 1.52  1.56
Lieutenant Table C 1.20 1.24 1.26 1.32 1.38 1.44 1.50  1.54      
Second Lieutenant Table B Level A 0.80 0.84 0.88 0.90              
Second Lieutenant Table B Level B 1.02 1.04 1.06 1.10 1.10 1.14  1.20 1.22 1.26 1.30 1.34
Second Lieutenant Table B Level C 1.00 1.02 1.06 1.08 1.14 1.18 1.20 1.24 1.28 1.32 1.36
Officer Cadet Table B 0.74 0.76 0.80 0.84              

(TB, effective 1 April 2006)

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