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A calendar month is obviously the month on the calendar under lunar month is 28 days. (4 weeks). The old Common Law adopted the lunar month but, the Interpretation Act in 1978 change that and gave a statutory definition that the word is presumed to mean a calendar month unless it specifies otherwise.
If it is meant to be a number of days (4 weeks/lunar month) it is always expressed as 28 days.
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