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UNIVERSITY Of TORONTO 



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ONTARIO REGULATIONS 



Regulations 1-279 



1983 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 

FILED UNDER THE REGULATIONS ACT 

TO THE 31st DAY OF DECEMBER, 1983 



Showing the Regulations contained in Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1930, 
regulations under the Parkway Belt Planning and Development Act and certain 
regulations under the Planning Act shown in the Schedule to Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980, and subsequent Regulations filed to the 
31st day of December, 1983. (The Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 were 
proclaimed in force as of the 16th day of November, 1981.) 



R.R.O. Date of 

1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



ABANDONED ORCHARDS ACT 

General 

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE ACT 

Fees and Expenses - 

Court Reporters 

(revoked by 282/82) 

General 

amended 

Jurors and Crown Witnesses 

amended 

Justices of the Peace 

amended 

Non-Salaried Court Reporters 
and Court Monitors 

Fees - 

Construction Liens 

Sheriffs 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Supreme Court and County Courts. 

amended 

amended 



281/82 May 15/82 

281/82 May 15/82 

281/82 May 15/82 

282/82 May 15/82 

158/83 Apr 02/83 

278/81 May 23/81 

281/82 May 15/82 

215/83 May 11/83 

281/82 May 15/82 

215/83 May 11/83 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. 
1980 



O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



Unified Family Court 

amended 

amended 

Investigation Fee - Official Guardian. . . 
(revoked by 495/81) 

Investigation Fee - Official Guardian... 
amended 

Kilometre Allowances 

To Amend Certain regulations 

AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATIONS ACT 

Designation of Associations 

amended 

amended 

amended 

AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT FINANCE ACT 

Interest Rate 

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES ACT 

General 

amended 

AGRICULTURAL TILE DRAINAGE INSTALLATION ACT 

General 

amended 

AMBULANCE ACT 

General 

amended 

amended 

amended 

ANATOMY ACT 

General 

amended 

ANIMALS FOR RESEARCH ACT 

General 



281/82 May 
245/83 May 



15/82 
14/83 



10 



11 



12 



13 



14 



15 



16 



495/81 
244/83 


Aug. 
May 


8/81 
14/83 


283/82 


May 


15/82 


281/82 


May 


15/82 



611/81 


Oct. 


3/81 


852/82 


Jan. 


15/83 


99/83 


Mar. 


5/83 



107/83 Mar. 12/83 



85/83 Feb. 26/83 



627/81 Oct. 10/81 
571/82 Sept. 11/82 
832/82 Jan. 8/83 



216/81 Apr. 25/81 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. 

1980 O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



Pounds 

Research Facilities and Supply Facilities... 

Transportation 

APPRENTICESHIP AND TRADESMEN'S QUALIFICATION ACT 

Air Cooled and Marine Engine Mechanic 

Alignment and Brakes Mechanic 

Auto Body Repairer 

Automotive Machinist 

Automotive Painter 

(revoked by 498/81) 

Baker 

Brick and Stone Mason 

Cement Mason 

Construction Boilermaker 

Construction Millwright 

Cook 

Dry Cleaners 

Electrician 

Farm Equipment Mechanic 

Fitter (Structural Steel/Platework) 

Fuel and Electrical Systems Mechanic 

General 

amended 

amended 

General Carpenter 

General Machinist 



17 


- 






18 


- 






19 


- 






20 


- 






21 


- 






22 


- 






23 


- 






24 


- 






25 


- 








498/81 


Aug. 


15/81 


26 


- 






27 


- 






28 


- 






29 


- 






30 


- 






31 


- 






32 


- 






33 


- 






34 


- 






35 


- 






36 


246/81 
75/83 


May 
Feb 


9/81 
12/83 


37 


- 






38 


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TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. 

1980 O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



Glazier and Metal Mechanic 

Hairstyling Schools 

amended 

Hairstylist 

Heavy Duty Equipment Mechanic 

Hoisting Engineer 

Industrial Mechanic (Millwright) 

Industrial Woodworker 

Iron Workers 

Lather 

Lineman 

amended 

Motor Vehicle Mechanic 

Motorcycle Mechanic 

Mould Maker 

Painter 

amended 

Plasterers 

Plumbers 

Printer 

Radio and Television Service Technician 

Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Mechanic. 

Service Station Attendant 

Sheet Metal Worker 

Sprinkler and Fire Protection Installer 

Steamf itters 

Tool and Die Maker 

Transmission Mechanic 



39 


- 






40 


728/81 


Nov. 


14/81 


41 


- 






42 


- 








619/82 


Oct. 


9/82 


43 


- 








873/81 


Jan. 


16/82 


44 


- 






45 


- 






46 


150/82 


Apr. 


3/82 


47 


- 






48 


- 






49 


- 






50 


378/81 


June 


20/81 


51 


- 






52 


- 






53 


- 






54 


- 






55 


- 






56 


- 






57 


- 






58 


- 






59 


- 






60 


- 






61 


_ 







TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. 

1980 O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



Truck-Trailer Repairer 62 

Watch Repairers 63 

ARBITRATIONS ACT 

Fees Chargeable by Arbitrators 64 

ARCHITECTS ACT 

Complaints 65 

ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION OF LIVE STOCK ACT 

General 66 

ASSESSMENT ACT 

Application for Direction of School 
Support 

(revoked by 798/82) 

Application for Direction of School 
Support 

Assessment Areas and Regions 67 

(revoked by 144/82) 

Assessment Areas and Regions 

Assessment Notices 68 

(revoked by 797/82) 

Assessment Notices (revoking Reg.) 

Equalization of Assessments Made Under 
Section 63 of the Assessment Act 

Equalization of Assessments Made Under 
Section 63 of the Assessment Act 

Equalization of Assessments Made Under 
Section 63 of the Assessment Act 

Equalization of Assessments Made Under 
Section 63 of the Assessment Act 

Equalization of Assessments Made Under 
Section 63 of the Assessment Act 



641/82 Oct. 16/82 

798/82 Dec. 25/82 

144/82 Mar. 27/82 

797/82 Dec. 25/82 

4/81 Jan. 24/81 

5/81 Jan. 24/81 

32/81 Feb. 14/81 

760/81 Nov. 28/81 

866/81 Jan. 19/82 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. 
1980 



O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



Equalization of Assessments Made Under 
Section 63 of the Assessment Act 

Equalization of Assessments Made Under 
Section 63 of the Assessment Act 

Equalization of Assessments Made Under 
Section 63 of the Assessment Act 

Equalization of Assessments Made Under 
Section 63 of the Assessment Act 

Interior Information Questionnaire 

Municipal Enumeration Notice 

(revoked by 594/82) 

Municipal Enumeration Notice 

Pipe Line Rates 

Pipe Line Rates 

Pipe Line Rates in Muskoka and Parry Sound.. 

Postponement of 1981 Census 

Property Income Questionnaire 

ASSESSMENT REVIEW COURT ACT 

(now Assessment Review Board Act 
- see S.O. 1982, c. 40, s.1) 

Procedure 

ATHLETICS CONTROL ACT 

Amount of Tax 

General 



69 
70 

71 
72 
73 

74 

75 
76 



867/81 Jan. 19/82 

787/82 Dec. 18/82 

9/83 Jan. 22/83 

51/83 Feb. 5/83 



594/82 Sept. 18/82 



316/83 June 11/83 



589/81 Sept. 12/81 



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R.R.O. 

1980 O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



B 
BAILIFFS ACT 

General 

amended 

BARRIE - INNISFIL ANNEXATION ACT, 1981 

Wards and Composition of Council 

BEACH PROTECTION ACT 

General 

BEEF CATTLE MARKETING ACT 

Licence Fees 

amended 

amended 

Weighing of Beef Carcasses 

amended 

Weighing of Live Cattle 

BEES ACT 

General 

BILLS OF SALE ACT 

General 

BLIND PERSONS' RIGHTS ACT 

Dog Guides 

BOILERS AND PRESSURE VESSELS ACT 

General 

amended 

amended 

BOUNDARIES ACT 

General 

BRANTFORD-BRANT ANNEXATION ACT, 1980 

Order of the Minister - Transitional 
Mill Rates - 1982 



77 



78 



79 



80 



81 



82 



83 



81* 



85 



610/83 Oct. 15/83 



298/82 May 22/82 



651/81 Oct. 17/81 
276/82 May 8/82 



341/82 June 12/82 
3U0/82 June 12/82 



179/82 Apr. 10/82 
6M0/83 Oct. 29/83 



531/82 Aug. 21/82 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. 

1980 O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



Order of the Minister - Transitional 
Mill Rates - 1983 

Wards and Composition of Council 
and Public Utilities Commission 

BRUCELLOSIS ACT 

Vaccination 

BUILDING CODE ACT 

General 

amended 

amended 

amended 

(revoked by 583/83) 

General 

BUSINESS CORPORATIONS ACT 

Names 

(revoked by 446/83) 

BUSINESS CORPORATIONS ACT, 1982 

General 

amended 



86 



87 



88 



575/83 Sept. 24/83 
153/82 Apr. 3/82 



103/81 Mar. 14/81 
230/81 Apr. 25/81 
720/81 Nov. 14/81 



583/83 Oct. 8/83 



446/83 July 30/83 
678/83 Nov. 12/83 



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R.R.O. 

1980 O.Reg 



D*te of 
Gazette 



CEMETERIES ACT 

Closings and Removals 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

General 

Trust Funds 

amended 

amended 

CENTENNIAL CENTRE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY ACT 

Fees 

amended 

CERTIFICATION CF TITLES ACT 

General 

amended 

CHANGE OF NAME ACT 

Fees and Forms 

CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS ACT 

General 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 



89 





472/81 


Aug. 


1/81 




824/82 


Jan. 


1/83 




839/82 


Jan. 


8/83 




179/83 


Apr. 


16/83 




240/83 


May. 


14/83 




763/83 


Dec. 


24/83 


90 


- 






91 


_ 








222/81 


Apr. 


25/81 




223/81 


Apr 


25/81 



92 



93 



94 



95 



211/82 Apr. 24/82 



595/82 Sept. 18/82 



49/81 


Feb. 


21/81 


187/81 


Apr. 


11/81 


271/81 


May 


16/81 


481/81 


Aug. 


1/81 


615/81 


Oct. 


3/81 


698/81 


Nov. 


7/81 


814/81 


Dec. 


26/81 


69/82 


Feb. 


20/82 


311/82 


May 


22/82 


455/82 


July 


17/82 


549/82 


Aug. 


21/82 


553/82 


Aug. 


21/82 


720/82 


Nov. 


13/82 


71/83 


Feb. 


12/83 


274/83 


May. 


21/83 


461/83 


Aug. 


6/83 


580/83 


Oct. 


1/83 


648/83 


Oct. 


29/83 


697/83 


Nov. 


19/83 


729/83 


Dec. 


10/83 


766/83 


Dec. 


24/83 



10 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. 
1980 



O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



CHILD WELFARE ACT 


96 

97 
98 

99 
100 

101 

102 
2 


72/81 
787/81 
102/82 
484/82 

815/81 
730/83 

816/81 
145/83 
521/83 

817/81 

760/82 

29/83 

28/83 

169/81 

590/81 

24/83 

812/82 


Mar. 
Dec. 
Mar. 
July 

Dec. 
Dec. 

Dec. 
Mar. 
Sept. 

Dec. 
Dec. 
Feb. 

Feb. 

Apr. 

Sept. 

Jan. 

Jan. 






7/81 




5/81 




6/82 




31/82 






CHILDREN'S INSTITUTIONS ACT 






26/81 




10/83 


CHILDREN'S LAW REFORM ACT 




CHILDREN'S MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES ACT 






26/81 




26/83 




3/83 


CHILDREN'S RESIDENTIAL SERVICES ACT 






26/81 




4/82 




5/83 


(revoked by 28/83 But SEE section 59(2) of 
O.Reg. 28/83) 


5/83 


CHIROPODY ACT 






11/81 




12/81 




29/83 


CITY OF TORONTO 1981 ASSESSMENT COMPLAINTS ACT, 198 


1/83 



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11 



R.R.O. 

1980 O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 






COLLECTION AGENCIES ACT 

General 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

COMMISSIONERS FOR TAKING AFFIDAVITS ACT 

Fees 

COMMODITY BOARDS AND MARKETING AGENCIES ACT 

Levies - 

Cream 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Milk 

Levies or Charges - 

Chicken 

amended 

amended 

Chicken (Over Quota) 

amended 

Cream 

Eggs 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Fowl 

Milk 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Turkeys 

COMMODITY FUTURES ACT 

General 

amended 

amended 



103 



104 



105 



113 



114 



137/81 Mar. 28/81 

701/81 Nov. 7/81 

147/82 Apr. 3/82 

346/82 June 12/82 

590/83 Oct. 1 /83 

615/83 Oct. 15/83 





379/82 
855/82 
482/83 


June 
Jan. 
Aug. 


19/82 
15/83 
20/83 


106 


- 






107 


106/83 
779/83 


Mar. 
Dec. 


12/83 
31/83 


108 


33/81 


Feb. 


14/81 



109 








110 


462/81 

98/83 

713/83 


July 
Mar. 
Nov. 


25/81 

5/83 

26/83 


111 








112 


275/82 
518/82 
814/82 
514/83 


May 
Aug. 
Jan. 
Aug. 


8/82 
14/82 

1/83 
27/83 



226/81 Apr. 25/81 
809/82 Dec. 25/82 



12 



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R.R.O. 

1980 O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



COMMUNITY PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITALS ACT 

General 

Grants 

COMMUNITY RECREATION CENTRES ACT 
General 

COMMUTER SERVICES ACT 

Dial-A-Bus Service 

COMPULSORY AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE ACT 

Certificate of Insurance 

(revoked by 402/81) 

Certificate of Insurance 

Exemptions 

CONDOMINIUM ACT 

General 

amended 

amended 

Surveys and The Description 

amended 

amended 

CONSERVATION AUTHORITIES ACT 

Conservation Areas - 

Ausable- Bayfield 

Cataraqui Region 

Catfish Creek 

Central Lake Ontario 

Credit Valley 

Crowe Valley 

Essex Region 

Ganaraska Region 

Grand River 



115 
116 

117 

118 

119 

120 
121 
122 



123 
124 
125 
126 
127 
128 
129 
130 
131 



402/81 July 4/81 



348/82 June 12/82 
165/83 Apr. 9/83 



133/81 Mar. 28/81 
349/82 June 12/82 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 13 



R.R.O. Date of 

1980 O.Reg Gazette 



Hamilton Region 132 

Halton Region 133 

Kettle Creek Region 134 

Long Point Region 135 

Lower Thames Valley 136 

Maitland Valley 137 

Mattagami Valley 138 

Metropolitan Toronto and Region 139 

Napanee Region 140 

Niagara Peninsula 141 

North Grey Region 142 

Nottawasaga Valley 143 

Otonabee Region 144 

Prince Edward Region 145 

Rideau Valley 146 

St. Clair Region 147 

Sauble Valley 148 

Saugeen Valley 149 

Sault Ste. Marie Region 150 

South Lake Simcoe 151 

Upper Thames River 152 

Fill - 

Ausable River 153 

Grand Valley 154 

Moira River 155 

Spencer Creek 156 



14 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg Gazette 



Fill and Alteration to Waterways - 

Long Point Region 157 

Raisin Region 158 

Sault St. Marie Region 

Fill, Construction and Alteration to Waterways - 

Cataraqui Region 159 

Catfish Creek 160 

Central Lake Ontario 161 

Credit Valley 162 

Essex Region 

Grand River 163 

Halton Region 16U 

Hamilton Region 165 

Kettle Creek 166 

Lakehead Region 167 

Lower Thames Valley 168 

Maitland Valley 

Mattagami Region 169 

Metropolitan Toronto and Region 170 

Niagara Peninsula 

Nickel District 171 

North Grey 172 

Nottawasaga Valley 173 

amended 

Otonabee Region 17 1 * 

Rideau Valley 175 

St. Clair Region 176 

Sauble Valley 177 



683/81 Oct. 31/81 



730/82 Nov. 20/82 



503/81 Aug. 15/81 



220/81 Apr. 25/81 



423/83 July 16/83 



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R.R.O. 

1980 O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 





178 










179 
180 


- 










CONSOLIDATED HEARINGS ACT, 1981 














688/81 
200/82 


Oct. 
Apr. 


31/81 
17/82 


CONSTRUCTION LIEN ACT, 1983 








159/83 


Apr. 


2/83 


CONSiafiR PROTECTION ACT 












181 


102/81 
702/81 
614/83 


Mar. 
Nov. 
Oct. 






14/81 




7/81 




15/83 


CONSUhER REPORTING ACT 






182 


345/82 
616/83 


June 
Oct. 






12/82 




15/83 


CO-OPERATIVE CORPORATIONS ACT 






183 


- 






CO-OPERATIVE LOANS ACT 






184 








CORONERS ACT 












185 


648/81 
533/82 


Oct. 
Aug. 


17/81 




21/82 


CORPORATIONS ACT 




(revoked by 152/82) 


186 


- 








187 








(revoked by 152/82) 








152/82 
519/82 
674/82 
677/83 


Apr. 
Aug. 
Oct. 
Nov. 


3/82 




14/82 




23/82 




12/83 



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R.R.O. 
1980 



O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



Insider Trading and Proxy Solicitation 188 

(revoked by 152/82) 

CORPORATIONS INFORMATION ACT 

General 189 

amended 

CORPORATION SECURITIES REGISTRATION ACT 

Fees 190 

amended 

CORPORATIONS TAX ACT 

General 191 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

COSTS OF DISTRESS ACT 

Costs 192 

COUNTY COURTS ACT 

Sittings of the County Court for the 
Judicial District of Waterloo 

(expired) 

Sittings of the County Court for the 
Judicial District of Haldimand 

(expired) 

Sittings of the County Court for the 
Judicial District of Peel 

(expired) 

Sittings of the County Court for the 
Counties and Districts of Ontario 

(expired) 

Sittings of the District Court for the 
District of Muskoka 

(expired) 

Sittings of the County and District Courts 
for the Judicial District of Peel 

(expired) 



838/82 Jan. 8/83 



676/83 Nov. 12/83 



36/82 Feb. 

245/82 May 

254/82 May 

268/82 May 

466/83 Aug. 

511/83 Aug. 

756/83 Dec. 



13/82 
1/82 
1/82 
8/82 
6/83 
27/83 
17/83 



10/81 Jan. 31/81 

11/81 Jan. 31/81 

341/81 June 6/81 

853/81 Jan. 9/82 

385/82 June 19/82 

386/82 June 19/82 



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R.R.O. 

1980 O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



Sittings of the County Court for the 

Counties and Districts of Ontario 

(expired) 

Sitting of the County Court for the 
Judicial District of Hamilton-Wentworth. . 
(expired) 

Sittings of the District Court for the 
District of Kenora 

(expired) 

Sittings of the County Court for the 
Judicial District of York 

(expired) 

Sittings of the County Court for the 
Judicial District of Peel 

(expired) 

Sittings of the County Court for the 
District of Parry Sound 

(expired) 

Sittings of the County Court for the 
County of Perth 

(expired) 

Sittings of the County Court for the 
Districts and Counties of Ontario 

COUNTY JUDGES ACT 

County and District Court Districts 

CREDIT UNIONS AND CAISSES POPULAIRES ACT 

Credit Union Leagues 

amended 

Designations Under Section 84 of the Act. 

General 

amended 

Membership in Credit Unions 

Membership in Credit Union Leagues 

CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

Arbitration Proceedings 



193 
194 

195 
196 

197 



828/82 
27/83 
174/83 
338/83 
339/83 



Jan. 8/83 

Jan. 29/83 

Apr. 16/83 

June 25/83 

June 25/83 



433/83 July 23/83 
434/83 July 23/83 
764/83 Dec. 24/83 



59/81 Feb. 21/81 

802/82 Dec. 25/82 

744/83 Dec. 17/83 

58/81 Feb. 21/81 



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R.R.O. 

1980 O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



Crop Insurance Plan - 

Apples 198 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Beets 199 

(revoked by 313/81) 

Black Tobacco 200 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Burley Tobacco 201 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Cabbage and Carrots 202 

(revoked by 313/81) 

Carrots 

amended 

Cauliflower 

(revoked by 313/81) 

Coloured Beans 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Corn 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Flue-Cured Tobacco 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Fresh Market Crops 207 

(revoked by 313/81) 

Fruit and Vegetables •. 

amended 

amended 



768/81 Dec. 5/81 

37/83 Feb. 5/83 

754/83 Dec. 17/83 

796/83 Jan. 7/84 



376/81 June 20/81 
307/83 June 4/83 
573/83 Sept. 24/83 



375/81 June 20/81 
308/83 June 4/83 
572/83 Sept. 24/83 





217/82 
271/83 


Apr. 
May. 


24/82 
21/83 


203 


- 






204 


304/81 
92/82 

215/82 
44/83 


May 
Mar. 
Apr. 
Feb. 


23/81 
6/82 

24/82 
5/83 


205 


310/81 
89/82 
45/83 


May 

Mar. 

Feb. 


30/81 
6/82 
5/83 


206 


311/81 

94/82 

630/82 

388/83 


May 
Mar. 
Oct. 
July 


30/81 
6/82 
9/82 
9/83 



313/81 
219/82 
266/83 



May 30/81 
Apr. 24/82 
May. 21/83 



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19 



R.R.O. 

1980 O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 






Grapes 

amended 

amended 

Green and Wax Beans 

amended 

amended 

Hay and Pasture 

amended 

Hay Seeding Establishment. 

Lima Beans 

amended 

amended 

Onions Grown from Seed.... 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Onions Grown from Sets. . . . 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Peaches 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Pears 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Peas 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Peppers 

amended 

amended 

amended 



208 





769/81 
793/82 


Dec. 
Dec. 


5/81 
18/82 


209 


504/82 
263/83 


Aug. 
May 


7/82 
21/83 


210 
\ 


50/83 


Feb. 


5/83 


211 








212 


350/81 
503/82 


June 
Aug. 


13/81 
7/82 


213 


287/81 
220/82 
750/82 
265/83 


May 
Apr. 
Nov. 
May 


23/81 
24/82 
27/82 
21/83 


214 


286/81 
221/82 
751/82 
264/83 


May 
Apr. 
Nov. 
May 


23/81 
24/82 
27/82 
21/83 


215 


770/81 

794/82 

38/83 

794/83 


Dec. 
Dec. 
Feb. 
Jan. 


5/81 

18/82 

5/83 

7/84 


216 


771/81 

753/82 

39/83 

795/83 


Dec. 
Nov. 
Feb. 
Jan. 


5/81 

27/82 

5/83 

7/84 


217 


289/81 
307/82 
273/83 


May 
May 
May 


23/81 
22/82 
21/83 


218 


404/81 

95/82 

270/83 


July 
Mar. 
May 


4/81 

6/82 

21/83 



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R.R.O. 

1980 O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



Plums 

amended.. .. 
amended.. . . 
amended.. . . 
amended.. . . 

Popping Com. . . 
amended.... 
amended.. . . 
amended.... 

Potatoes 

amended. . . . 
amended 

Rutabagas 

amended. . .. 
amended... . 
amended. . . . 

Seed Com 

Sour Cherries., 
amended. . . . 
amended.. . . 
amended.. .. 
amended.. .. 

Soybeans 

amended 
amended. . . . 
amended.. . . 

Spanish Onions, 
amended 
amended 
amended 

Spring Grain. . . 
amended. . . . 
amended 
amended. . . . 

Sweet Cherries, 
amended 
amended 
amended.. . . 
amended 

Sweet Com 

amended.... 
amended. ... 
amended 



219 



220 



221 



222 



223 



224 



225 



772/81 

754/82 

40/83 

797/83 


Dec. 
Nov. 
Feb. 
Jan. 


5/81 

27/82 

5/83 

7/84 


312/81 

96/82 

218/82 

269/83 


May 
Mar. 
Apr. 
May 


30/81 

6/82 

24/82 

21/83 


314/81 
97/82 
49/83 


May 

Mar. 

Feb. 


30/81 
6/82 
5/83 


315/81 

98/82 

223/82 

268/83 


May 
Mar. 
Apr. 
May 


30/81 

6/82 

24/82 

21/83 



773/81 

755/82 

42/83 

798/83 


Dec. 
Nov. 
Feb. 
Jan. 


5/81 

27/82 

5/83 

7/84 


309/81 
90/82 
46/83 


May 

Mar. 

Feb. 


30/81 
6/82 
5/83 


316/81 
222/82 
752/82 
267/83 


May 
Apr. 
Nov. 
May 


30/81 
24/82 
27/82 
21/83 


306/81 
91/82 
47/83 


May 

Mar. 

Feb. 


23/81 
6/82 
5/83 


774/81 

795/82 

41/83 

799/83 


Dec. 
Dec. 
Feb. 
Jan. 


5/81 

18/82 

5/83 

7/84 


290/81 
308/82 
272/83 


May 
May 
May 


23/81 
22/82 
21/83 



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R.R.O. 

1980 O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



Tomatoes 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Vine Crops 

(revoked by 313/81) 

White Beans 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Winter Wheat 

amended 

amended 

Designation of Insurable Crops 

amended 

amended 

amended 

General 

amended 

CROWN EMPLOYEES COLLECTIVE BARGAINING ACT 

General 

Rules of Procedure 

CROWN TIMBER ACT 

General 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 



226 





291/81 
309/82 
309/83 


May 
May 
June 


23/81 

22/82 

4/83 


227 


- 






228 


305/81 
93/82 

216/82 
48/83 


May 
Mar. 
Apr. 
Feb. 


23/81 
6/82 

24/82 
5/83 


229 


99/82 
571/83 


Mar. 
Sept. 


6/82 
24/83 


230 


288/81 
306/82 
305/83 


May 
May 
June 


23/81 

22/82 

4/83 


231 


43/83 


Feb. 


5/83 


232 








233 









234 



175/81 Apr. 11/81 

621/81 Oct. 10/81 

853/82 Jan. 15/83 

854/82 Jan. 15/83 

248/83 May 14/83 



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R.R.O. 
1980 



O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



D 
DAY NURSERIES ACT 

General 235 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

(revoked by 760/83) 

General 

DEAD ANIMAL DISPOSAL ACT 

General 236 

DENTAL TECHNICIANS ACT 

General 237 

amended 

DENTURE THERAPISTS ACT 

General 238 

amended 

amended 

DEPOSITS REGULATION ACT 

General 239 

DEVELOPMENT CORPORATIONS ACT 

Approval of Loans and Guarantees 240 

Ontario International Corporation 241 

amended 

amended 

DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES ACT 

General 242 

amended 

DISTRICT OF PARRY SOUND LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT, 1979 

Authority to Acquire Land - Township 

of The Archipelago 



818/81 Dec. 26/81 

166/82 Apr. 3/82 

298/83 June 4/83 

401/83 July 16/83 



760/83 Dec. 17/83 



710/82 Nov. 13/82 



667/81 Oct. 24/81 
562/82 Aug. 28/82 



325/83 June 11/83 
755/83 Dec. 17/83 



608/81 Sept. 26/81 



750/81 Nov. 28/81 



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23 



R.R.O. 

1980 O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



Order of the Minister 

(this Reg. amends O.Reg. 199/80 
see Schedule to R.R.O. 1980) 

DISTRICT WLFARE ADMINISTRATION BOARDS ACT 

Application for Grant Under 

Section 10 of the Act 

amended 

DOG LICENSING AND LIVE STOCK AND POULTRY PROTECTION ACT 

Application for Payment of a Grant 

Dogs at Large in Unorganized Areas 

DRAINAGE ACT 

Forms 

amended 

Rules of Practice and Procedure 

to be followed in all Proceedings 

before the Referee 

DRUGLESS PRACTITIONERS ACT 

Chiropractors 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Classifications 

amended 

General 

amended 

Masseurs 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Osteopaths 

amended 

Physiotherapists 

amended 

amended 



66/81 Feb. 28/81 



243 

244 
245 

246 

247 
248 



609/83 Oct. 15/83 



300/81 May 23/81 





860/81 
521/82 
762/82 


Jan. 
Aug. 
Dec. 


9/82 

14/82 

4/82 


249 


738/83 


Dec. 


17/83 


250 


242/81 


May 


9/81 


251 


859/81 
277/82 
711/82 


Jan. 

May 

Nov. 


9/82 

8/82 

13/82 


252 


239/83 


May 


14/83 


253 


513/81 
638/83 


Aug. 
Oct. 


15/81 
15/83 



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R.R.O. 
1980 



O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



EDIBLE OIL PRODUCTS ACT 

General 254 

EDUCATION ACT 

Apportionment 1980 Requisitions 

(this Reg. amends O.Reg. 230/80 - 
see Schedule to R.R.O. 1980) 

Apportionment 1981 Requisitions 

amended 

Apportionment 1982 Requisitions 

Apportionment 1983 Requisitions 

Calculation of Amount of Reserve 

or Reduction in Requirement Resulting from 

Strike or Lock-out 

Calculation of Average Daily Enrolment 

Calculation of Fees for Pupils, 1981 

Calculation of Fees for Pupils, 1982 

Calculation of Fees for Pupils, 1983 

County Combined Separate School Zones 257 

amended 

Designation of School Divisions in 

Territorial Districts 

amended 

District Combined Separate School Zones 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

District School Areas 260 

amended 



344/81 June 6/81 





129/81 
414/81 


Mar. 
July 


28/81 
4/81 




199/82 


Apr. 


17/82 




223/83 


Apr. 


30/83 


255 


- 






256 


_ 







128/81 Mar. 28/81 

198/82 Apr. 17/82 

222/83 Apr. 30/83 

418/81 July 4/81 



258 


_ 








706/83 


Nov. 


19/83 


259 


_ 








556/81 


Sept. 


5/81 




858/81 


Jan. 


9/82 




879/81 


Jan. 


16/82 




419/82 


July 


3/82 




568/82 


Sept. 


4/82 




74/83 


Feb. 


12/83 




637/83 


Oct. 


15/83 



636/83 Oct. 15/83 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



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R.R.O. 

1980 O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



Early School Leaving 261 

(revoked by 532/83) 

Elementary and Secondary Schools and 

Schools for Trainable Retarded 

Pupils - General 262 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Fees for Ministry Courses 

amended 

Fees for Transcripts and Statements of 

Standing and for Duplicates of 

Diplomas, Certificates and Letters 

of Standing 264 

General Legislative Grants, 1979 

(this Reg. amends O.Reg. 108/79 - 
see Schedule to R.R.O. 1980) 

General Legislative Grants, 1980 

(this Reg. amends O.Reg. 228/80 - 
see Schedule to R.R.O. 1980) 

General Legislative Grants, 1980 

(this Reg. amends O.Reg. 228/80 - 
see Schedule to R.R.O. 1980) 

General Legislative Grants, 1981 

amended 

amended 

General Legislative Grants, 1982 

amended 

General Legislative Grants, 1983 

James Ray Lowlands Secondary School Board.... 265 
amended 

Legislative Grants 266 

North of Superior District Roman Catholic 

Separate School Board 267 

amended 

Ontario Schools for the Blind and the Deaf... 268 



416/81 July 4/81 

555/81 Sept. 5/81 

617/81 Oct. 3/81 

785/81 Dec. 5/8 1 

761/82 Dec. 4/82 



713/81 Nov. 7/81 



342/81 June 6/8 1 

343/81 June 6/81 

55/83 Feb. 5/83 

127/81 Mar. 27/81 

56/83 Feb. 5/83 

415/83 July 16/83 

197/82 Apr. 17/82 

416/83 July 16/83 

221/83 Apr. 30/83 

739/82 Nov. 20/82 



418/82 July 3/82 



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R.R.O. mte of 

1980 O.Reg Gizette 



Ontario Teacher' s Qualifications 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Practice and Procedure - Boards of Reference. 

Pupil Records 

Purchase of Milk 

School Year and School Holidays 

(revoked by 822/82) 

School Year and School Holidays 

Special Education Identification Placement 
and Review Committees and Appeals 

Special Education Programs and Services 

amended 

amended 

Special Grant 

Supervised Alternative Learning for 

Excused Pupils 

Supervisory Officers 

amended 

Teachers' Contracts 

The Northern District School Area Board 

ELDERLY PERSONS CENTRES ACT 

General 

amended 

amended 

ELECTION ACT 

Fees and Expenses 

(revoked by 722/83) 

Fees and Expenses 

ELEVATING DEVICES ACT 

General 

amended 



269 



270 
271 
272 
273 



415/81 July 4/81 

417/81 July 4/81 

567/82 Sept. 4/82 

288/83 May 28/83 



274 



275 



276 



277 



278 



279 



822/82 Jan. 1/83 
554/81 Sept. 5/81 



553/81 Sept. 5/81 
62/82 Feb. 20/82 



532/83 Sept. 3/83 



495/83 Aug. 20/83 



738/82 Nov. 20/82 



47/81 Feb. 21/81 
819/81 Dec. 26/81 



722/83 Dec. 3/83 



229/81 Apr. 25/81 
803/82 Dec. 25/82 



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R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg Gazette 



EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES ACT 

General 280 

amended 

EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS ACT 

Ambulance Service Industry 281 

amended 

amended 

Benefit Plans 

Domestics and Nannies 

Fruit, Vegetable and Tobacco Harvesters 

amended 

General 285 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Residential Care Workers 

Termination of Employment 286 

amended 

amended 

ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT 

Endangered Species 287 

amended 

ENERGY ACT 

Fuel Oil Code 288 

Gas Pipeline Systems 289 

Gas Utilization Code 290 

(revoked by 826/82) 

Gas Utilization Code 

Oil Pipeline Transportation Systems 291 

amended 

Propane Storage, Handling and Utilization 

Code 292 

amended 

(revoked by 825/82) 



225/81 Apr. 25/81 





94/81 
803/83 


Mar. 
Jan. 


14/81 
7/84 


282 


- 






283 


- 






284 


241/81 


May 


9/81 



93/81 Mar. 14/81 

299/82 May 22/82 

802/83 Jan. 7/84 

440/82 July 10/82 



495/82 Aug. 7/82 
531/83 Sept. 3/83 



153/81 Apr. 4/81 



826/82 Jan. 1/83 
104/81 Mar. 14/81 

135/81 Mar. 28/81 



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TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. 

1980 O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



Propane Storage, Handling and Utilization 

Code 

amended 

ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

Designation - Fighting Island 
Rehabilitation 

Exemption - 

Corporation of the City of Hamilton 

- HAMI-C-1 

Corporation of the City of Owen Sound 

- OWEN-C-1 

Corporation of the Improvement District 
sof Dubreuilville 

- DUBR-ID-2 

Corporation of the Township of Chapleau 

- CHAP-TP-1 

Corporation of the Township of Essa 

- Essa-TP-1 

Corporation of the Township of Sydenham 

- SYDE-TP-1 

County of Oxford 

-0XF0-CT-1 

Credit Valley Conservation Authority 

- CDV-01 

Ganaraska Region Conservation Authority and 
the Corporation of the Town of Port Hope 

- PHOP-2 

Hamilton Region Conservation 

Authority - HMR - 01 

Highway No. 404 

Ministry of Citizenship and Culture 
-MCC-1 

Ministry of Energy - Energy-1 

Ministry of the Environment 

- MOE-21 

- MOE-22 



825/82 Jan. 1/83 
295/83 June 4/83 



807/82 Dec. 25/82 

257/83 May 21/83 

680/82 Oct. 30/82 

653/83 Oct. 29/83 

H18/83 July 16/83 

1/83 Jan. 22/83 

196/83 Apr. 16/83 

4 10/82 July 3/82 

484/83 Aug. 20/83 

483/83 Aug. 20/83 

468/82 July 24/82 

352/81 June 13/81 

279/82 May 15/82 

655/81 Oct. 17/81 

659/81 Oct. 17/81 

762/81 Nov. 28/81 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



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R.R.O. 

1980 O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



- MOE-24 

- MOE-23 

- MOE-24/2 

- MOE-25 

- MOE-26 

Ministry of Government Services 

- MGS-43 

- MGS-44 

- MGS-45 

- MGS-46 

- MGS-47 

- MGS-49 

- MGS-48 

- MGS-50 

- MGS-51 

- MGS-52 

- MGS-53 

Ministry of Natural Resources 

- MNR-33 

- MNR-11/3 

- MNR-17/2 

- MNR-35 

- MNR-19/3 

- MNR-34 

- MNR-32/2 

- MNR-36 

- MNR-3V2 



832/81 


Jan. 


2/82 


880/81 


Jan. 


16/82 


646/82 


Oct. 


16/82 


237/83 


May 


7/83 


664/83 


Oct. 


29/83 


23/81 


Feb. 


14/81 


318/81 


May 


30/81 


430/81 


July 


11/81 


658/81 


Oct. 


17/81 


761/81 


Nov. 


28/81 


170/82 


Apr. 


3/82 


263/82 


May 


8/82 


780/82 


Dec. 


11/82 


781/82 


Dec. 


11/82 


14/83 


Jan. 


22/83 


366/83 


July 


9/83 


164/81 


Apr. 


4/81 


284/81 


May 


23/81 


347/81 


June 


6/81 


373/81 


June 


20/81 


431/81 


July 


11/81 


433/81 


July 


11/81 


653/81 


Oct. 


17/81 


710/81 


Nov. 


7/81 


882/81 


Jan. 


16/82 



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R.R.O. 

1980 O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



- MNR-19/4 

- mR-37 

- MNR-11/4 

- MNR-30/2. 

- HJR-39 

(revoked by 320/83) 

- MJR-38 

- MNR-40 

- MNR-35/2 

- MNR-19/5 

- MNR-41 

- MNR-11/5 

- MNR-39/2 

- WR-30/3 

- MNR-43 

- MNR-11/6 

- MNR-28/2 

- MNR-26/2 

- MNR-29/2 

- MNR-30/4 

Ministry of Transportation and 
Communications 

- MTC-37 

- MTC-38 

- MTC-39 

- MTC-40 

- MTC-42 

- MTC-43 ■ 



883/81 


Jan. 


16/82 


194/82 


Apr. 


17/82 


261/82 


May 


8/82 


264/82 


May 


8/82 


467/82 


July 


24/82 


614/82 


Oct. 


2/82 


681/82 


Oct. 


30/82 


10/83 


Jan. 


22/83 


11/83 


Jan. 


22/83 


12/83 


Jan. 


22/83 


13/83 


Jan. 


22/83 


320/83 


June 


11/83 


348/83 


June 


25/83 


364/83 


July 


9/83 


417/83 


July 


16/83 


654/83 


Oct. 


29/83 


655/83 


Oct. 


29/83 


656/83 


Oct. 


29/83 


723/83 


Dec. 


3/83 


115/81 


Mar. 


14/81 


191/81 


Apr. 


18/81 


257/81 


May 


16/81 


406/81 


July 


4/81 


465/81 


July 


25/81 


654/81 


Oct. 


17/81 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



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R.R.O. 

1980 O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



- MTC-41 

- MTC-44 

- MTC-45 

- MTC-47 

- MTC-46 

- MTC-48 

- MTC-50 

- MTC-51 

- MTC-52 

- MTC-53 

Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto 

- MSRO-1 

- MERO-1/2 

Ontario Energy Corporation 

- OEC-2/2 

- OEC-5 

Ontario Hydro 

- OH-23/2 

- OH-25 

- OH-26 

- OH-26/2 

- OH-27 

- OH-28 

Ontario Northland Transportation 
Conmission 

- MKA-4 

- MKA-5 

- MNA-6 

- MiA-7 

St. Clair College of Applied Arts and 
Technology - MCU-2 



657/81 


Oct. 


17/81 


660/81 


Oct. 


17/81 


735/81 


Nov. 


21/81 


736/81 


Nov. 


21/81 


737/81 


Nov. 


21/81 


739/81 


Nov. 


21/81 


16/83 


Jan. 


22/83 


148/83 


Apr. 


2/83 


707/83 


Nov. 


19/83 


809/83 


Jan. 


14/84 


881/81 


Jan 


16/82 


215/83 


Apr. 


30/83 



656/81 Oct. 17/81 

884/81 Jan. 16/82 

875/81 Jan. 16/82 

169/82 Apr. 3/82 

539/82 Aug. 21/82 

682/82 Oct. 30/82 

2/83 Jan. 22/83 

342/83 June 25/83 

285/81 May 23/81 

106/82 Mar. 13/82 

107/82 Mar. 13/82 

54/83 Feb. 5/83 

19/81 Feb. 7/81 



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R.R.O. Date of 

1980 O.Reg Gazette 



South Lake Simcoe Conservation 
Authority 

- CA-SLS-1 

- SLS-02 

- SLS-03 

The Corporation of the City of 

Oshawa - OSH-1 

The Corporation of the Improvement 
District of Dubreuilville - DUBR-1D-1 

The Corporation of the Town of 
Kapuskasing - MUN-TWN-KAP-1 

The Corporation of the Town of 

Port Hope - PHOP-T-1 

The Coroporation of the Township 

of Adelaide - ADEL-TP-1 

The Corporation of the City 

of Brockville - BROC-C-2 

The City of Toronto 

- TOR-2 

- TOR-2/1 

- TOR-3 

The City of Toronto and The City of 
Toronto Non-Profit Housing Corporation 

- TOR-1 

- TOR-3 

The Corporation of the Village of 
Drayton 

- DRAY-V-1 

The Metropolitan Toronto Housing 

Company Limited - METR-M-1 

Toronto Area Transit Operating 

Authority - MTC-49 

Township of Huron - HUR-1 

Township of Kingston - MUN-1 

Township of Owens, Williamson and Idington 
- OWEtf-TP-1 



379/81 June 20/81 

341/83 June 25/83 

340/83 June 25/83 

163/81 Apr. 4/81 

3/83 Jan. 22/83 

367/83 July 9/83 

788/81 Dec. 5/81 

776/82 Dec. 11/82 

779/82 Dec. 11/82 

256/81 May 16/81 

647/82 Oct. 16/82 

15/83 Jan. 22/83 

126/81 Mar. 28/81 

434/81 July 11/81 

810/83 Jan. 14/84 

50/82 Feb. 20/82 

532/82 Aug. 21/82 

407/81 July 4/81 

123/81 Mar. 21/81 

365/83 July 9/83 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



33 



R.R.O. 

1980 O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



Urban Transportation Development 
Corporation Ltd. Metro Canada Limited 

- UTDC-2 

General 293 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Malvern Waste 

South Cayuga Sewage Works and 

Waste Disposal Sites 294 

(revoked by 522/81) 

South Cayuga Sewage Works and 

Waste Disposal Sites (revoking Reg.) 

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT 

Air Contaminants from Ferrous Foundries 295 

Ambient Air Quality Criteria 296 

Asphalt Paving Plants 297 

Classes of Contaminants - Exemptions 298 

Containers 299 

Containers for Carbonated Soft Drinks 300 

Copper Cliff Smelter Complex 301 

Crown Waste Disposal Sites 302 

(revoked by 521/81) 

Crown Waste Disposal Sites (revoking Reg.)... 

Deep Well Disposal 303 

Designation of Waste 304 

amended 

Discharge of Sewage From Pleasure Boats 305 

Disposable Containers for Milk 306 

amended 

Disposable Paper Containers for Milk 307 



405/81 


July 


4/81 


383/81 


June 


20/81 


841/81 


Jan. 


2/82 


140/82 


Mar. 


27/82 


466/82 


July 


24/82 


775/82 


Dec. 


11/82 


414/83 


July 


16/83 


783/83 


Dec. 


31/83 



710/83 Nov. 19/83 



522/81 Aug. 22/81 



521/81 Aug. 22/81 



652/81 Oct. 17/81 



172/83 Apr. 9/83 



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R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg Gazette 



General - Air Pollution 308 

General - Waste Management 309 

amended 

Hauled Liquid Industrial Waste Disposal Sites. 

Lambton Industry Meteorological Alert 

Malvern Waste 

Marinas 310 

Motor Vehicles 311 

Ontario Hydro 

(revoked by 7/82) 

Ontario Hydro 

Sewage Systems 

(revoked by 374/81) 

Sewage Systems 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Sewage Systems - Exemptions 

Sulphur Content of Fuels 312 

Transfers of Liquid Industrial Waste 313 

Waste Management - PCB's 

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL ACT 

Assignment of Powers and Duties 
Minister of Citizenship and 
Culture 

Assignment of Powers and Duties 
Minister of Industry and Trade 
Development 

Assignment of Powers and Duties 

Minister of Tourism and Recreation 

Assignment of Powers and Duties 
Minister of Intergovernmental 
Affairs 



175/83 Apr. 16/83 

808/81 Dec. 19/81 

151/81 Apr. 4/81 

711/83 Nov. 19/83 



73/81 Mar. 7/81 

7/82 Jan. 30/82 
429/81 July 11/81 



374/81 June 20/81 

842/81 Jan. 2/82 

139/82 Mar. 27/82 

515/82 Aug. 14/82 

290/83 May 28/83 

21/83 Jan. 29/83 



11/82 Jan. 30/82 

134/82 Mar. 20/82 

135/82 Mar. 20/82 

136/82 Mar. 20/82 

400/82 June 26/82 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



35 



R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg Gazette 



Assignment of Powers and Duties 
Minister of Community and Social 
Services 

Assignment of Powers and Duties 

Minister of Health 

Transfer of Administration of Act. . . . 
Partnerships Act transferred from 
Attorney General to Minister of 
Consumer and Commercial Relations 



Transfer of Administration of Act 

Administration of sections 161 and 162 

of the Mining Act transferred 

to the Minister of Natural Resources 



Transfer of Administration of Act 

Municipal Conflict of Interest Act 
transferred from Attorney General to 
Ministry of Intergovernmental Affairs 



Transfer of Administration 

Administration and Control of the 
Council (Conseil des Affaires 
Franco-Ontariennes) transferred to the 
Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs 



Transfer of Administration of Act 

Metropolitan Police Force Complaints 
Project Act, 1981 transferred from 
Solicitor General to Attorney General 



660/83 Oct. 29/83 

671/83 Nov. 5/83 
56/81 Feb. 21/81 



57/81 Feb. 21/81 



150/81 Apr. 4/81 



620/81 Oct. 10/81 



133/82 Mar. 20/82 



Transfer of Administration of Acts 

Building Code Act and part of Ontario 
Water Resources Act transferred from 
Minister of Consumer and Commercial 
Relations to Minister of Municipal 
Affairs and Housing 

EXPROPRIATIONS ACT 



82/83 Feb. 19/83 



Co-operative Development - North Pickering... 314 

Forms 315 

Rules of Practice and Procedure 

of the Land Compensation Board 316 

Rules to be applied for the Purposes of 

Subsection 34(1) of the Act 317 



36 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. 
1980 



O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



FAMILY BENEFITS ACT 

General 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

FAMILY LAW REFORM ACT 

Designation of Matrimonial Home -Forms... 
FARM INCOME STABILIZATION ACT 

Apple Stabilization, 1983-1987 - Plan 

Barley Stabilization, 1982 - 1984 - Plan. 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Corn - 1981 Crop Year 

(Base prices, etc. ) 

Com Stabilization, 1977 - Plan 

(this Reg. amends O.Reg. 365/78) 



318 



319 



51/81 


Feb. 


21/81 


273/81 


May 


16/81 


483/81 


Aug. 


1/81 


634/81 


Oct. 


17/81 


700/81 


Nov. 


7/81 


721/81 


Nov. 


14/81 


71/82 


Feb. 


20/82 


121/82 


Mar. 


20/82 


314/82 


May 


22/82 


404/82 


June 


26/82 


424/82 


July 


3/82 


459/82 


July 


17/82 


551/82 


Aug. 


21/82 


654/82 


Oct. 


16/82 


721/82 


Nov. 


13/82 


727/82 


Nov. 


13/82 


847/82 


Jan. 


8/83 


73/83 


Feb. 


12/83 


276/83 


May 


21/83 


360/83 


July 


9/83 


462/83 


Aug. 


6/83 


480/83 


Aug. 


13/83 


557/83 


Sept. 


17/83 


690/83 


Nov. 


12/83 


700/83 


Nov. 


19/83 


784/83 


Jan. 


7/84 



431/83 July 23/83 

668/82 Oct. 23/82 

596/83 Oct. 15/83 

750/83 Dec. 17/83 

793/83 Jan. 7/84 



36/83 Feb. 5/83 
293/81 May 23/81 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



37 



R.R.O. Date of 

1980 O.Reg Gazette 



Com Stabilization, 1979-1981 -Plan 320 

amended 

(revoked by 669/82) 

Corn Stabilization, 1982 - 1984 - Plan 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Enrolment in Plans and Transfer 

of Credits 

Soybeans - 1981 Crop Year 

(Base prices, etc. ) 

Soybean Stabilization, 1979-1981 -Plan 321 

amended 

(revoked by 672/82) 

Soybean Stabilization, 1982 - 1984 - Plan 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Meaner Pig Stabilization, 1980-1985 - Plan... 322 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Vtiite Bear, Stabilization, 1979-1981 - Plan... 323 

amended 

(revoked by 670/82) 

White Bean Stabilization, 1982 - 1984 - Plan. 

amended 

amended 

Winter Wheat Stabilization, 1979-1981 - Plan. 324 

amended 

(revoked by 671/82) 

Winter Wheat Stabilization, 1982-1984 - Plan. 

amended 

amended 

FARM PRODUCTS CONTAINERS ACT 

Fruit and Vegetables 325 

(revoked by 428/83) 

FARM PRODUCTS CONTAINERS ACT, 1982 

Containers - Fruit and Vegetables 



294/81 


May 


23/81 


669/82 
598/83 
749/83 
791/83 


Oct. 
Oct. 
Dec. 
Jan. 


23/82 

15/83 

17/83 

7/84 


292/81 


May 


23/81 


35/83 


Feb. 


5/83 


295/81 


May 


23/81 


672/82 
597/83 
748/83 
792/83 


Oct. 
Oct. 
Dec. 
Jan. 


23/82 

15/83 

17/83 

7/84 


460/82 
792/82 
132/83 


July 
Dec. 
Mar. 


17/82 
18/82 
26/83 


296/81 


May 


23/81 


670/82 
599/83 
752/83 


Oct. 
Oct. 
Dec. 


23/82 
15/83 
17/83 


297/81 


May 


23/81 


671/82 
600/83 
751/83 


Oct. 
Oct. 
Dec. 


23/82 
15/83 
17/83 



428/83 July 16/83 



38 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. 

1980 O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



FARM PRODUCTS GRADES AND SALES ACT 

Bur ley Tobacco 

Dairy Products 

Flue-Cured Tobacco 

amended 

Fruit-Controlled Atmosphere Storage. 

Grades - 

Beef Carcasses 

amended 

Christmas Trees 

Fruit and Vegetables 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Hog Carcasses 

Lamb and Mutton Carcasses 

amended 

Poultry 

Veal Carcasses 

amended 

Honey 

(revoked by 399/82) 

Honey 

Licences 

Maple Products 

FARM PRODUCTS MARKETING ACT 

Apples - 

Plan 

amended 

Marketing 

amended 

Arbitration of Disputes 



326 


- 






327 


- 






328 


659/83 


Oct. 


29/83 


329 


- 






330 


765/81 


Dec. 


5/81 


331 


- 






332 


764/81 
114/83 

702/83 


Dec. 
Mar. 
Nov. 


5/81 
19/83 
19/83 


333 


- 






33^ 


766/81 


Dec. 


5/81 


335 








336 









337 

338 

339 

340 
341 
342 



767/81 Dec. 5/81 



399/82 June 26/82 



490/82 Aug. 7/82 
331/82 June 5/82 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



39 



R.R.O. 

1980 O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



Asparagus - 

Plan 343 

Marketing 344 

amended 

amended 

Beans - 

Plan 3^5 

amended 

Marketing 346 

Berries for Processing - 

Plan 347 

Marketing 348 

Broiler and Roaster Hatching Eggs and Chicks - 
Plan 

Marketing 

Broiler Chickens and Roaster Chickens - 

Plan 349 

Marketing 350 

amended 

amended 

Bur ley Tobacco - 

Plan 351 

Marketing 352 

By-Laws for Local Boards 353 

Chicken - Extension of Powers , 354 

Eggs - 

Extension of Powers 355 

Plan 356 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Marketing 357 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Marketing Limitations 358 



569/81 Sept. 12/81 
173/82 Apr. 10/82 



665/82 Oct. 23/82 



429/83 July 16/83 
436/83 July 23/83 



366/82 
330/83 



June 12/82 
June 18/83 



570/81 Sept. 12/81 

31/82 Feb. 13/82 

430/83 July 16/83 



610/81 Oct. 3/81 
687/81 Oct. 31/81 
435/83 July 23/83 



40 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. 
1980 



O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



Fresh Grapes - 

Plan 

Marketing 

Fresh Potatoes - 

Plan 

Marketing 

amended 

amended 

Grapes for Processing - 

Plan 

Marketing 

Greenhouse Vegetables - 

Plan 

Marketing 

amended 

Hogs - 

Plan 

Marketing 

Local Boards 

amended 

Potatoes - 

Plan , 

Marketing 

amended 

Processing Tomato Seedling Plants - 
Plan 

Marketing 

Rutabagas - 

Plan 

Marketing 

Seed Corn - 

Plan 

amended 



359 


- 






360 


- 






361 


- 






362 


526/81 
419/83 


Aug. 
July 


22/81 
16/83 


363 


- 






364 


- 






365 


- 






366 


772/83 


Dec. 


24/83 


367 








368 








369 


322/83 


June 


11/83 


370 








371 


108/81 


Mar. 


14/81 


372 








373 








374 








375 









376 



66/83 Feb. 12/83 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



41 



R.R.O. Date of 

1980 O.Reg Gazette 



Marketing 377 

amended 

amended 

Soya-Beans - 

Plan 378 

amended 

Marketing 379 

Sugar Beets - Dissolution of Local Board 

Tender Fruit - 

Plan 

Marketing 

Tobacco - 

Plan 

Marketing 

amended 

Turkeys - 

Plan 

amended 

Marketing 

amended 

Marketing Limitations 

Vegetables for Processing - 

Plan 

amended 

Marketing 

amended 

amended 

Wheat - 

Plan 

amended 

Marketing 

FARM PRODUCTS PAYMENTS ACT 

Fund for Egg Producers 

amended 

Fund for Live Stock Producers 

amended 

General 391 



114/82 Mar. 13/82 
67/83 Feb. 12/83 



34/83 Feb. 5/83 



474/82 July 24/82 



380 








381 








382 








383 


321/83 


June 


11/83 


384 


100/83 


Mar. 


5/83 


385 


325/81 


May 


30/81 


386 


- 






387 


389/83 


July 


9/83 


388 


115/82 
20/83 


Mar. 

Jan. 


13/82 
29/83 


389 


224/82 


Apr. 


24/82 


390 









828/81 Dec. 26/81 

491/82 Aug. 7/82 

368/82 June 12/82 

525/82 Aug. 21/82 



42 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. 
1980 



O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



FIRE DEPARTMENTS ACT 

Filing in Supreme Court of Decision 
of Arbitrator or Arbitration Board. . . 

Standards for Pumpers , 

FIRE MARSHALS ACT 

Fire Code , 

amended , 

General 

FISH INSPECTION ACT 

Quality Control , 

FOREST FIRES PREVENTION ACT 

Fire Regions , 

Restricted Fire Zone , 

(expired) 

Restricted Fire Zone , 

(revoked by 353/81) 

Restricted Fire Zone (revoking Reg.), 

Restricted Fire Zone , 

(expired) 

Restricted Fire Zone , 

(revoked by 524/81) 

Restricted Fire Zone , 

(expired) 

Restricted Fire Zone (revoking Reg.), 

Restricted Fire Zone , 

(expired) 

Restricted Fire Zone , 

(expired) 

Restricted Fire Zone , 

(revoked by 409/83) 

Restricted Fire Zone 

(revoked by 409/83) 



392 
393 



394 



395 



396 



730/81 Nov. 21/81 
251/83 May 14/83 



283/81 


May 


23/81 


348/81 


June 


6/81 


353/81 


June 


13/81 


469/81 


Aug. 


1/81 


514/81 


Aug. 


15/81 


523/81 


Aug. 


22/81 


524/81 


Aug. 


22/81 


287/82 


May 


15/82 


227/83 


May 


7/83 


397/83 


July 


9/83 


398/83 


July 


9/83 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



43 



R.R.O. 
1980 



O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



Restricted Fire Zone (revoking Reg.) 

FORESTRY ACT 

Nurseries 397 

amended 

FRESHWATER FISH MARKETING ACT (ONTARIO) 

General 398 

amended 

FUEL TAX ACT, 1981 

General 

amended 

amended 

amended 

General 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Grants for Farm Fuel Storage Tanks 

Grants for Fuel Storage and Transportation 

Tanks and Other Facilities 

amended 

Taxable Price and Tax Payable on Fuel to 

Propel Motor Vehicles and Railway 

Equipment 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

FUNERAL SERVICES ACT 

General 399 

amended 

amended 

amended 

FUR FARMS ACT 

General 400 

amended 



409/83 July 16/83 



30/83 Feb. 5/83 



777/81 Dec. 5/81 



772/82 
140/83 
381/83 
387/83 


Dec. 
Mar. 
July 
July 


11/82 

26/83 

9/83 

9/83 


778/82 
426/83 
510/83 
604/83 
643/83 


Dec. 
July 
Aug. 
Oct. 
Oct. 


11/82 
16/83 
27/83 
15/83 
29/83 


689/82 


Oct. 


30/82 


255/82 
771/82 


May 
Dec. 


1/82 
11/82 


579/82 
638/82 
843/82 
187/83 
411/83 
631/83 
805/83 


Sept. 

Oct. 

Jan. 

Apr. 

July 

Oct. 

Jan. 


11/82 
16/82 
8/83 
16/83 
16/83 
15/83 
14/84 



558/81 
560/83 
675/83 



Sept. 5/81 
Sept. 17/83 
Nov. 5/83 



321/81 May 30/81 



44 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg Gazette 



G 

GAME AND FISH ACT 

Amphibians 

Animals Declared to be Fur-Bearing 

Animals 

amended 

Aylmer Hunting Area 

Aylmer Lagoon Hunting Area 

Bag Limit for Black Bear 

Bobwhite Quail, Wild Turkey and 

Pheasant - Propagation and Sale 

amended 

Bows and Arrows 

Bullfrogs 

amended 

(revoked by 694/81) 

Bullfrogs 

Calton Swamp Hunting Area 

Camden Lake Hunting Area 

Copeland Forest Hunting Area 

(revoked by 693/81) 

Copeland Forest Hunting Area 

amended 

Crown Game Preserves 

amended 

Discharge of Fire-Arms From or Across Highways 
and Roads 

amended 

amended 

Discharge of Fire-Arms on Sunday 

Fingal Hunting Area 

Fire-Arms - Aulneau Peninsula 

amended 



401 

402 
403 

404 

405 

406 



407 
408 



409 



410 



411 



412 



470/81 Aug. 1/81 

692/81 Nov. 7/81 
29/81 Feb. 14/81 



446/81 July 18/81 

565/81 Sept. 12/81 

694/81 Nov. 7/81 

30/81 Feb. 14/81 



693/81 Nov. 7/81 
563/83 Sept. 24/83 



27/82 Feb. 13/82 



113/81 Mar. 14/81 
388/81 June 27/81 



28/81 Feb. 14/81 



428/82 July 3/82 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



45 



R.R.O. 
1980 



O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



Fishing Huts 

amended 

amended 

Fishing Licences 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Furs 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Fur Harvest, Fur Management and 
Conservation Course 

Game Bird Hunting Preserves 

amended ■ 

Guides 

amended 

Horwood Lake Hunting Area , 

amended 

amended 

(revoked by 128/83) 

Horwood Lake Hunting Area (Revoking Reg.), 

Hullett Hunting Area 

amended 

Hunter Safety Training Course 

Hunting in Lake Superior Provincial Park. 

amended 

amended 

Hunting Licences 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 



413 



414 



415 



416 
417 



753/81 
24/82 


Nov. 
Feb. 


28/81 
13/82 


218/81 
647/81 
835/81 
629/82 
645/83 


Apr. 
Oct. 
Jan. 
Oct. 
Oct. 


25/81 

17/81 

2/82 

9/82 

29/83 


154/81 
857/81 
203/82 
627/82 
621/83 


Apr. 
Jan. 
Apr. 
Oct. 
Oct. 


4/81 
9/82 

24/82 
9/82 

15/83 


154/82 


Apr. 


3/82 


447/81 


July 


18/81 



500/81 Aug. 15/81 



26/81 
124/82 
497/82 



Feb. 14/81 
Mar. 20/82 
Aug. 7/82 



128/83 Mar. 26/83 





628/82 


Oct. 


9/82 




594/83 


Oct. 


15/83 


418 


- 






419 


— 








125/82 


Mar. 


20/82 




130/83 


Mar. 


26/83 


420 


_ 








217/81 


Apr. 


25/81 




502/81 


Aug. 


15/81 




187/82 


Apr. 


10/82 




397/82 


June 


26/82 




499/82 


Aug. 


7/82 




683/82 


Oct. 


30/82 




127/83 


M\r. 


26/83 



46 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. 

1980 O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



amended 

amended 

amended 

amended , 

Hunting on Crown Lands in the geographic 

Townships of Bruton and Clyde , 

amended , 

Hunting on Designated Crown Land and 

in Provincial Parks , 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Lake St. Lawrence Hunting Area 

Licence to Chase Raccoon at Night and Fox, 
Coyote or Wolf During the Day 

Licence to Possess Nets 

Luther Marsh Hunting Area 

Navy Island Hunting Area 

amended 

Opasatika Hunting Area 

amended 

amended 

(revoked by 129/83) 

Opasatika Hunting Area (revoking Reg.).... 

Open Seasons - 

Black Bear 

amended 

amended 

Fur-Bearing Animals 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Game Birds 

amended 

amended 

Moose and Deer 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 



421 



422 



423 



138/83 
155/83 
376/83 
492/83 


Mar. 
Apr. 
July 
Aug. 


26/83 
2/83 
9/83 

20/83 


247/83 


May 


14/83 


127/82 
347/83 
681/83 


Mar. 
June 
Nov. 


20/82 
25/83 
12/83 



233/82 May 1/82 



424 


- 






425 


- 








645/81 
156/83 


Oct. 
Apr. 


17/81 
02/83 




27/81 
126/82 
496/82 


Feb. 
Mar. 
Aug. 


14/81 

20/82 

7/82 




129/83 


Mar. 


26/83 


426 


339/82 
493/83 


June 
Aug. 


12/82 
20/83 


427 


671/81 
146/83 
306/83 


Oct. 
Apr. 
June 


24/81 
2/83 
4/83 




501/81 
156/82 
192/83 


Aug. 
Apr. 
Apr. 


15/81 

3/82 

16/83 


428 


471/81 
591/81 
644/81 
157/82 


Aug. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Apr. 


1/81 
19/81 
17/81 

3/82 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



47 



R.R.O. 

1980 O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Rabbits and Squirrels 

amended 

amended 

Orangeville Reservoir Hunting Area 

amended 

Permit to Export Game 

Petroglyphs Provincial Park Hunting Area.... 

Polar Bears 

Possession and Use of Fire-Arms in 
Darlington Provincial Park 

Sale of Bass and Trout and Fishing Preserves 

Snares 

Stag Island Hunting Area 

Tiny Marsh Hunting Area 

Trap-Line Areas 

amended 

Traps 

amended 

Traps - Order under Subsection 30(4) of 
the Act 

Waters Set Apart - Frogs 

Wildlife Management Units 

amended 

Wolves and Black Bears in Captivity 

GASOLINE HANDLING ACT 

Gasoline Handling Code 

amended 





297/82 
498/82 
684/82 
137/83 
219/83 
331/83 
494/83 


May 

Aug. 

Oct. 

Mar. 

Apr. 

June 

Aug. 


22/82 
7/82 
30/82 
26/83 
30/83 
18/83 
20/83 




421/81 
171/82 
150/83 


July 
Apr. 
Apr. 


11/81 
3/82 
2/83 


429 


595/83 


Oct. 


15/83 


430 


- 








646/81 


Oct. 


17/81 



431 



432 


- 






433 


- 








156/81 


Apr. 


4/81 


434 


- 






435 


- 






436 


338/82 


June 


12/82 




673/82 
377/83 


Oct. 
July 


23/82 
9/83 



437 



438 



439 



155/81 Apr. 4/81 



155/82 Apr. 3/82 
685/82 Oct. 30/82 



136/81 Mar. 28/81 



48 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. 

1980 O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



amended 

amended 

GASOLINE TAX ACT 

General 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Taxable Prices and Tax on Gasoline 

and Aviation Fuel 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

GENERAL SESSIONS ACT 

Sittings of the General Sessions 

of the Peace for the Judicial District 

of Haldimand 

(expired) 

Sittings of the General Sessions 

of the Peace for the County of Peterborough. 

(expired) 

Sittings of the General Sessions 

of the Peace for the Judicial District 

of Peel 

(expired) 

Sittings of the General Sessions 
of the Peace for the Counties and 
Districts of Ontario 

(expired) 

Sittings of the General Sessions of the 

Peace for the District of Muskoka 

(expired) 



436/82 
561/83 



July 10/82 
Sept. 17/83 



440 



179/81 


Apr. 


11/81 


547/81 


Sept. 


5/81 


626/81 


Oct. 


10/81 


37/82 


Feb. 


13/82 


246/82 


May 


1/82 


269/82 


May 


8/82 


386/83 


July 


9/83 


509/83 


July 


27/83 


603/83 


Oct. 


15/83 


441/81 


July 


11/81 


631/81 


Oct. 


10/81 


872/81 


Jan. 


16/82 


184/82 


Apr. 


10/82 


449/82 


July 


17/82 


639/82 


Oct. 


16/82 


842/82 


Jan. 


8/83 


186/83 


Apr. 


16/83 


412/83 


July 


16/83 


632/83 


Oct. 


15/83 


806/83 


Jan. 


14/84 



11/81 Jan. 31/81 

340/81 June 6/81 

341/81 June 6/81 

853/81 Jan. 9/82 

385/82 June 19/82 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



49 



R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg Gazette 



Sittings of the General Sessions of the 
Peace for the Judicial District of Peel, 
(expired) 

Sittings of the General Sessions of the 
Peace for the County of Peterborough. . . . 

(expired) 

Sittings of the General Sessions of the 
Peace for the Counties and Districts 
of Ontario 

(expired) 

Sittings of the General Sessions of the 
Peace for the Judicial District of 
Hamilton-Vfentworth 

(expired) 

Sittings of the General Sessions of the 
Peace for the District of Kenora 

(expired) 

Sittings of the General Sessions of the 
Peace for the Judicial District of York, 
(expired) 

Sittings of the General Sessions of the 
Peace for the Judicial District of Peel, 
(expired) 

Sittings of the General Sessions of the 
Peace for the District of Parry Sound... 
(expired) 

Sittings of the General Sessions of the 

Peace for the County of Perth 

(expired) 

Sittings of the General Sessions of the 
Peace for the Districts and Counties of 
Ontario 

GENERAL VELFARE ASSISTANCE ACT 

Civil Legal Aid 

General 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 



441 



386/82 June 19/82 

423/82 July 3/82 

828/82 Jan. 8/83 

27/83 Jan. 29/83 

174/83 Apr. 16/83 

338/83 June 25/83 

339/83 June 25/83 

433/83 July 23/83 

434/83 July 23/83 

764/83 Dec. 24/83 

829/82 Jan. 8/83 



48/81 Feb. 21/81 

186/81 Apr. 11/81 

270/81 May 16/81 

480/81 Aug. 1/81 

697/81 Nov. 7/81 



so 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. 

1980 O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Indian Bands 

amended 

amended 

GRAIN ELEVATOR STORAGE ACT 

General 

GUARANTEE COMPANIES SECURITIES ACT 

Approved Guarantee Companies. . . 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 



442 



443 



444 



722/81 


Nov. 


14/81 


68/82 


Feb. 


20/82 


312/82 


•May 


22/82 


456/82 


July 


17/82 


548/82 


Aug. 


21/82 


655/82 


Oct. 


16/82 


656/82 


Oct. 


16/82 


722/82 


Nov. 


13/82 


728/82 


Nov. 


13/82 


786/82 


Dec. 


18/82 


69/83 


Feb. 


12/83 


277/83 


May 


21/83 


361/83 


July 


9/83 


463/83 


Aug. 


6/83 


558/83 


Sept. 


17/83 


649/83 


Oct. 


29/83 


657/83 


Oct. 


29/83 


691/83 


Nov. 


12/83 


698/83 


Nov. 


19/83 


785/83 


Jan. 


7/84 


122/82 


Mar. 


20/82 


572/82 


Sept. 


11/82 



21/81 


Feb. 


14/81 


106/81 


Mar. 


14/81 


107/81 


Mar. 


14/81 


568/81 


Sept. 


12/81 


759/81 


Nov. 


28/81 


562/83 


Sept. 


17/83 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



51 



R.R.O. 
1980 



O.Reg 



mte of 
Gazette 



H 



HEALTH DISCIPLINES ACT 

Child Resistant Packages. 

Dental Hygienists 

Dentistry 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Medicine 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Nursing 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Optometry 

amended 

Parcost C.D.I 

amended 

amended 

(revoked by 413/81) 

Parcost C.D.I 

amended 

(revoked by 829/81) 

Parcost C.D.I 

(revoked by 425/82) 

Parcost C.D.I 

amended 

(revoked by 836/82) 

Parcost C.D.I 

amended 

(revoked by 427/83) 



445 


- 






446 


- 






447 


71/81 
194/81 
504/81 
720/83 


Mar. 
Apr. 
Aug. 
Dec. 


7/81 
18/81 
15/81 

3/83 


448 


205/82 
823/82 
851/82 
112/83 


Apr. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Mar. 


24/82 

1/83 

15/83 

19/83 


449 


506/81 
665/81 
355/82 
588/83 


Aug. 
Oct. 
June 
Oct. 


15/81 

24/81 

12/82 

1/83 


450 


478/82 


July 


31/82 




18/81 

44/81 

210/81 


Feb. 
Feb. 
Apr. 


7/81 
21/81 
25/81 




413/81 
640/81 


July 
Oct. 


4/81 
17/81 




829/81 


Dec. 


26/81 




425/82 
613/82 


July 
Sept. 


3/82 
25/82 




836/82 
103/83 


Jan. 
Mar. 


8/83 
12/83 



52 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. 
1980 



O.Reg 



mte of 
Gazette 



Parcost C.D.I... . 

Pharmacy 

amended 

amended 

amended 

HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

General 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 



427/83 July 16/83 



451 



452 



505/81 
356/82 
835/82 



Aug. 15/81 
June 12/82 
Jan. 8/83 



36/81 


Feb. 


14/81 


37/81 


Feb. 


14/81 


38/81 


Feb. 


14/81 


61/81 


Feb. 


28/81 


120/81 


Mar. 


21/81 


121/81 


Mar. 


21/81 


122/81 


Mar. 


21/81 


139/81 


Mar. 


28/81 


168/81 


Apr. 


11/81 


231/81 


May 


2/81 


232/81 


May 


2/81 


253/81 


May 


16/81 


254/81 


May 


16/81 


298/81 


May 


23/81 


331/81 


June 


6/81 


332/81 


June 


6/81 


363/81 


June 


20/81 


395/81 


June 


27/81 


423/81 


July 


11/81 


459/81 


July 


25/81 


478/81 


Aug. 


1/81 


479/81 


Aug. 


1/81 


525/81 


Aug. 


22/81 


576/81 


Sept. 


12/81 


581/81 


Sept. 


12/81 


642/81 


Oct. 


17/81 


685/81 


Oct. 


31/81 


742/81 


Nov. 


21/81 


743/81 


Nov. 


21/81 


751/81 


Nov. 


28/81 


794/81 


Dec. 


12/81 


810/81 


Dec. 


19/81 


12/82 


Jan. 


30/82 


53/82 


Feb. 


20/82 


82/82 


Mar. 


6/82 


83/82 


Mar. 


6/82 


235/82 


May 


1/82 


256/82 


May 


1/82 


260/82 


May 


8/82 


293/82 


May 


22/82 


294/82 


May 


22/82 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



S3 



R.R.O. 

1980 O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



amended, 
amended, 
amended, 
amended, 
amended, 
amended, 
amended, 
amended, 
amended, 
amended, 
amended, 
amended, 
amended, 
amended, 
amended, 
amended, 
amended, 
amended, 
amended, 
amended, 
amended, 
amended, 
amended, 
amended, 
amended, 
amended, 
amended, 
amended, 
amended, 
amended, 
amended, 
amended, 
amended, 
amended, 
amended, 
amended, 
amended, 
amended, 
amended, 
amended, 
amended. 



295/82 


May 


22/82 


335/82 


June 


5/82 


336/82 


June 


12/82 


337/82 


June 


12/82 


393/82 


June 


26/82 


412/82 


July 


3/82 


130/82 


July 


10/82 


431/82 


July 


10/82 


489/82 


Aug. 


7/82 


527/82 


Aug. 


21/82 


528/82 


Aug. 


21/82 


529/82 


Aug. 


21/82 


564/82 


Sept. 


4/82 


609/82 


Sept. 


25/82 


633/82 


Oct. 


9/82 


716/82 


Nov. 


13/82 


717/82 


Nov. 


13/82 


733/82 


Nov. 


20/82 


833/82 


Jan. 


8/83 


834/82 


Jan. 


8/83 


77/83 


Feb. 


19/83 


94/83 


Feb. 


26/83 


122/83 


Mar. 


26/83 


161/83 


Apr. 


9/83 


197/83 


Apr. 


16/83 


233/83 


May 


7/83 


242/83 


May 


14/83 


259/83 


May 


21/83 


281/83 


May 


28/83 


282/83 


May 


28/83 


285/83 


May 


28/83 


368/83 


July 


9/83 


458/83 


Aug. 


6/83 


460/83 


Aug. 


6/83 


497/83 


Aug. 


27/83 


540/83 


Sept. 


10/83 


651/83 


Oct. 


29/83 


704/83 


Nov. 


19/83 


721/83 


Dec. 


3/83 


789/83 


Jan. 


7/84 


808/83 


Jan. 


14/84 



HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 



Allowable Gross Weight for Designated 

Class of Vehicle 453 

Appeals 454 

amended 

Covering of Loads 455 

Dangerous Loads 456 



117/81 Mar. 14/81 



54 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. 
1980 



O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



Demerit Point System 

(revoked by 359/81) 

Demerit Point System 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Designation of Highways 

Designation of Termination Date of Freeze-Up 
Periods under Subsection 102(2) of the Act. . 
(expired) 

Designation of Paved Shoulders on King's 

Highway 

amended 

Driver Improvement Program 

Driver Licence Examinations 

amended 

Drivers' Licences. . . . .' 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Driver's Licence Suspension for Default 

of Payment of Fine 

Driving Instructor' s Licence 

amended 

Equipment 

Exemption from the Provisions of 
Section 7 of the Act 

- State of Florida 

Exemption from the Provisions of 
Section 7 of the Act 

- State of Georgia 



457 



458 



459 



465 



359/81 
360/81 
202/82 
599/82 



June 20/81 

June 20/81 

Apr. 24/82 

Sept. 18/82 



116/81 Mar. 14/81 



liftn 


16/81 


Feb. 


7/81 


461 










729/82 


Nov. 


20/82 


462 


_ 








118/81 


Mar. 


14/81 




250/81 


May 


16/81 




361/81 


June 


20/81 




370/81 


June 


20/81 




371/81 


June 


20/81 




325/82 


May 


29/82 




357/82 


June 


12/82 




359/82 


June 


12/82 




543/82 


Aug. 


21/82 




597/82 


Sept. 


18/82 




743/82 


Nov. 


27/82 


463 


- 






464 









362/81 June 20/81 



741/83 Dec. 17/83 



689/83 Nov. 12/83 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



55 



R.R.O. 
1980 



O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



Exemption from the Provisions of 
Section 7 of the Act 

- State of Louisiana 

Exemption from the Provisions of 
Section 7 of the Act 

- State of Maryland 

Exemption from the Provisions of 
Section 7 of the Act 

- State of Mississippi 

Exemption fom the Provisions of 
Section 7 of the Act 

- State of Missouri 

Exemption from the Provisions of 
Section 7 of the Act 

- State of North Carolina 

Exemption from the Provisions of 
Section 7 of the Act 

- State of South Carolina 

Exemption from the Provisions of 
Section 7 of the Act 

- State of Tennessee 

Exemption from the Provisions of 
Section 7 of the Act 

- State of Tennessee 

Exemption from the Provisions of 
Section 7 of the Act 

- State of West Virginia 

Exemption from the Provisions of 
Sections 7 and 10 of the Act 

- States of the United States of America. 

amended 

amended 

Exemption from the Provisions of 
Sections 7 and 10 of the Act 

- State of Illinois 

Exemption from the Provisions of 
Sections 7 and 10 of the Act 

- State of Maryland 



466 



740/83 Dec. 17/83 

743/83 Dec. 17/83 

686/83 Nov. 12/83 

687/83 Nov. 12/83 

688/83 Nov. 12/83 

739/83 Dec. 17/83 

425/83 July 16/83 

742/83 Dec. 17/83 

646/83 Oct. 29/83 



643/81 Oct. 17/81 
415/82 July 3/82 



661/82 Oct. 23/82 



658/82 Oct. 23/82 



56 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. 
1980 



O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



Exemption from the Provisions of 
Sections 7 and 10 of the Act 

- State of Michigan 

Exemption from the Provisions of 
Sections 7 and 10 of the Act 

- State of South Dakota 

Exemption from the Provisions of 
Subsection 68(1) of the Act 

- Province of Alberta 

Exemption from the Provisions of 
Subsection 68(1) of the Act 

- State of New York 

Extending Validity of Driver's Licence 

(revoked by 549/81) 

Extending Validity of Driver's Licence 

(expired) 

Extending Validity of Motor Vehicle Permits, 
(expired) 

Garage Licences 

amended 

amended 

amended 

General 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Gross Vehicle Weights 

Gross Weight on Bridges 



467 



678/81 Oct. 31/81 



660/82 Oct. 23/82 





121/83 


Mar. 


19/83 




473/81 


Aug. 


1/81 




549/81 


Sept. 


5/81 




843/81 


Jan. 


2/82 


468 










46/81 


Feb. 


21/81 




204/81 


Apr. 


18/81 




659/82 


Oct. 


23/82 


469 


_ 








45/81 


Feb. 


21/81 




95/81 


Mar. 


14/81 




193/81 


Apr. 


18/81 




248/81 


May 


16/81 




337/81 


June 


6/81 




460/81 


July 


25/81 




461/81 


July 


25/81 




664/81 


Oct. 


24/81 




791/81 


Dec. 


12/81 




792/81 


Dec. 


12/81 




801/81 


Dec. 


12/81 




358/82 


June 


12/82 




477/82 


July 


31/82 




542/82 


Aug. 


21/82 




744/82 


Nov. 


27/82 


470 


- 






471 


- 







TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



57 



R.R.O. 
1980 



O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



Gross Weight on the Kaministikwia 
River Bridge 






Gross Weight on the Trout Lake River Bridge, 
(revoked by 390/82) 

Gross Weight on the Trout Lake 

River Bridge (revoking Reg. ) 

Highway Closings 

Load Limits 

amended 

Load Limits on Local Roads 

Within Local Roads Areas 

amended 

Motor Vehicle Inspection Stations 

amended 

amended 

Notice to Have Motor Vehicle Examined 

and Tested 

(revoked by 61/82) 

Notice to have Motor Vehicle Examined and 

Tested 

amended 

Over-Dimensional Farm Vehicles 

Parking 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 



472 

473 

474 

475 



524/83 Sept. 3/83 
300/82 May 22/82 

390/82 June 19/82 



98/81 Mar. 14/81 
99/81 Mar. 14/81 



100/81 Mar. 14/81 



508/81 Aug. 15/81 
60/82 Feb. 20/82 



61/82 


Feb. 


20/82 


350/83 


June 


25/83 


476 






477 






13/81 


Feb. 


7/81 


62/81 


Feb. 


28/81 


110/81 


Mar. 


14/81 


199/81 


Apr. 


18/81 


213/81 


Apr. 


25/81 


339/81 


June 


6/81 


445/81 


July 


18/81 


455/81 


July 


25/81 


529/81 


Aug. 


29/81 


661/81 


Oct. 


17/81 


717/81 


Nov. 


7/81 


790/81 


Dec. 


12/81 


803/81 


Dec. 


19/81 


856/81 


Jan. 


9/82 


14/82 


Feb. 


6/82 


123/82 


Mar. 


20/82 


228/82 


May 


1/82 


318/82 


May 


29/82 



58 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. 

1980 O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended. 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Portable Lane Control Signal Systems 

Reciprocal Suspension of Licences 

Restricted Use of Left Lanes by Commercial 
Motor Vehicles 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Restricted Use of the King's Highway 

Safety Helmets 

amended 

Safety Inspections 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

School Buses 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Seat Belt Assemblies 

amended 

amended 

Security of Loads 

Signs 

amended 

amended 





396/82 


June 


26/82 




502/82 


Aug. 


7/82 




644/82 


Oct. 


16/82 




801/82 


Dec. 


25/82 




31/83 


Feb. 


5/83 




131/83 


Mar. 


26/83 




189/83 


Apr. 


16/83 




228/83 


May 


7/83 




400/83 


July 


16/83 




457/83 


Aug. 


6/83 




661/83 


Oct. 


29/83 




682/83 


Nov. 


12/83 


478 


- 






479 


- 






480 










535/81 


Aug. 


29/81 




17/82 


Feb. 


6/82 




804/83 


Jan. 


7/84 


481 








482 


_ 








249/81 


May 


16/81 


483 


_ 








507/81 


Aug. 


15/81 




800/81 


Dec. 


12/81 




839/81 


Jan. 


2/82 




59/82 


Feb. 


20/82 




544/82 


Aug. 


21/82 




596/82 


Sept. 


18/82 




742/82 


Nov. 


27/82 


484 


_ 








277/81 


May 


23/81 




598/82 


Sept. 


18/82 




19/83 


Jan. 


29/83 




336/83 


June 


18/83 


485 


_ 








545/82 


Aug. 


21/82 




629/83 


Oct. 


15/83 




428/81 


July 


11/81 


486 


_ 








372/81 


June 


20/81 




802/81 


Dec. 


12/81 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



59 



R.R.O. 

1980 O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



amended 

amended 

Slow-Moving Vehicle Sign 

Special Permits 

Specifications and Standards for Trailer 
Couplings 

Speed Limits 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended « 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Speed Limits in Provincial Parks 

Speed Limits in Territory without 
Municipal Organization 



414/82 


July 


3/82 


600/82 


Sept. 


18/82 


487 






488 






489 






490 

67/81 


Mar. 


7/81 


109/81 


Mar. 


14/81 


176/81 


Apr. 


11/81 


200/81 


Apr. 


18/81 


338/81 


June 


6/81 


453/81 


July 


18/81 


534/81 


Aug. 


29/81 


573/81 


Sept. 


12/81 


592/81 


Sept. 


19/81 


696/81 


Nov. 


7/81 


708/81 


Nov. 


7/81 


19/82 


Feb. 


6/82 


21/82 


Feb. 


6/82 


137/82 


Mar. 


20/82 


227/82 


May 


1/82 


321/82 


May 


29/82 


344/82 


June 


12/82 


365/82 


June 


12/82 


465/82 


July 


24/82 


623/82 


Oct. 


9/82 


657/82 


Oct. 


23/82 


677/82 


Oct. 


23/82 


698/82 


Nov. 


6/82 


758/82 


Dec. 


4/82 


800/82 


Dec. 


25/82 


827/82 


Jan. 


8/83 


97/83 


Mar. 


5/83 


190/83 


Apr. 


16/83 


191/83 


Apr. 


16/83 


235/83 


May 


7/83 


280/83 


May 


28/83 


382/83 


July 


9/83 


399/83 


July 


16/83 


579/83 


Oct. 


1/83 


693/83 


Nov. 


19/83 


762/83 


Dec. 


24/83 


773/83 


Dec. 


31/83 



491 



708/83 Nov. 19/83 



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1980 



O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



Stopping of Vehicles on Parts of the King's 
Highway 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Stop Signs at Intersections 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Stop Signs in Territory Without Municipal 
Organization 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Tire Standards and Specifications 

(revoked by 741/81) 

Tire Standards and Specifications 

amended 

amended 

Use of Controlled-Access Highways 

by Pedestrians 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Vehicle Permits 

Vehicles for the Transportation of 
Physically Disabled Passengers. 

Vehicles on Controlled-Access Highways 

amended 

amended 



492 



493 



494 



495 



201/81 


Apr. 


18/81 


707/81 


Nov. 


7/81 


804/81 


Dec. 


19/81 


520/83 


Aug. 


27/83 


132/81 


Mar. 


28/81 


456/81 


July 


25/81 


22/82 


Feb. 


6/82 


119/82 


Mar. 


20/82 


319/82 


May 


29/82 


676/82 


Oct. 


23/82 


791/82 


Dec. 


18/82 


124/83 


Mar. 


26/83 


234/83 


May 


7/83 


696/83 


Nov. 


19/83 


574/81 


Sept. 


12/81 


680/81 


Oct. 


31/81 


18/82 


Feb. 


6/82 


320/82 


May 


22/82 


622/82 


Oct. 


9/82 


123/83 


Mar. 


26/83 


424/83 


July 


16/83 


456/83 


Aug. 


6/83 


642/83 


Oct. 


29/83 



741/81 
541/82 
351/83 



601/81 

16/82 

229/83 



Nov. 21/81 
Aug. 21/82 
June 25/83 



Sept. 19/81 
Feb. 6/82 
May 7/83 



744/82 Nov. 27/82 



167/81 Apr. 11/81 



496 



203/81 
602/81 



Apr. 18/81 
Sept. 19/81 



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1980 



O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 






amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Yield Right of Way Signs in Territory Without 
Municipal Organization 

amended 

amended 

HISTORICAL PARKS ACT 

Historical Parks - Fees 497 

(revoked by 335/81) 

Historical Parks - Fees 

Parks 498 

amended 

HOMEMAKERS AND NURSES SERVICES ACT 

General 499 

amended 

amended 

HOMES FOR RETARDED PERSONS ACT 

General 500 

amended 

amended 

HOMES FOR SPECIAL CARE ACT 

General 501 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

HOMES FOR THE AGED AND REST HOMES ACT 

General 502 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 



679/81 Oct. 31/81 

15/82 Feb. 6/82 

73/82 Feb. 27/82 

458/82 July 17/82 

615/82 Oct. 2/82 



13/82 Feb. 6/82 
132/82 Mar. 20/82 
544/83 Sept. 10/83 



335/81 
334/81 



236/81 
733/83 



821/81 
732/83 



June 6/81 
June 6/81 



May 
Dec. 



Dec. 
Dec. 



2/81 
10/83 



26/81 
10/83 



171/81 


Apr. 


11/81 


666/81 


Oct. 


24/81 


236/82 


May 


1/82 


736/82 


Nov. 


20/82 


232/83 


May 


7/83 



50/81 


Feb. 


21/81 


188/81 


Apr. 


11/81 


272/81 


May 


16/81 


377/81 


June 


20/81 


482/81 


Aug. 


1/81 


614/81 


Oct. 


3/81 



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1980 



O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

HOSPITAL LABOUR DISPUTES ARBITRATION ACT 

Remuneration of Chairmen and Members 
of Arbitration Boards 

Rules of Procedure 

HOTEL FIRE SAFETY ACT 

General 

HOUSING DEVELOPMENT ACT 

General 

amended 

HUNTER DAMAGE COMPENSATION ACT 

General 

HYPNOSIS ACT 

Application of Section 2 of the Act. . 



503 
504 

505 

506 

507 
508 



699/81 


Nov. 


7/81 


820/81 


Dec. 


26/81 


70/82 


Feb. 


20/82 


313/82 


May 


22/82 


457/82 


July 


17/82 


550/82 


Aug. 


21/82 


552/82 


Aug. 


21/82 


723/82 


Nov. 


13/82 


72/83 


Feb. 


12/83 


275/83 


May 


21/83 


464/83 


Aug. 


6/83 


581/83 


Oct. 


1/83 


608/83 


Oct. 


15/83 


630/83 


Oct. 


15/83 


650/83 


Oct. 


29/83 


699/83 


Nov. 


19/83 


731/83 


Dec. 


10/83 


765/83 


Dec. 


24/83 



780/83 Dec. 31/83 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



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R.R.O. 

1980 O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



IMMUNIZATION OF SCHOOL PUPILS ACT, 1982 

General 

INCOME TAX ACT 

General 509 

amended 

amended 

Ontario Tax Credit System Regulation 

Ontario Tax Credit System Regulation 

Ontario Tax Credit System 

amended 

Taxable Income - Amount Prescribed 

under Section 6 of the Act 

(revoked by 588/81) 

Taxable Income -Amount Prescribed 

under Section 6 of the Act (revoking Reg.).. 

Taxable Income - Amount Prescribed 

under Section 6 of the Act 

Taxable Income - Amount Prescribed 

under Section 6 of the Act 

Tax Table for Individuals 

Temporary Surcharge - Prescribed Amount 

INDUSTRIAL STANDARDS ACT 

Designation of Industries and Zones 510 

Duties of Employers and Advisory 

Committees 511 

Interprovincially Competitive Industries.... 512 

Publication Costs 513 



23/83 Jan. 29/83 



346/81 
848/81 


June 
Jan. 


6/81 
9/82 


90/81 


Mar. 


14/81 


52/82 


Feb. 


20/82 


63/83 
302/83 


Feb. 
June 


12/83 
4/83 



89/81 Mar. 14/81 

588/81 Sept. 12/81 

253/82 May 1/82 

301/83 June 4/83 

864/81 Jan. 16/82 

512/83 Aug. 20/83 



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1980 O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



Schedule - 

Bricklaying and Stonemasonry 

Industry - Ottawa 514 

Bricklaying and Stonemasonry 

-Toronto 515 

Electrical Repair and Construction 

Industry - Ottawa 516 

Electrical Repair and Construction 

Industry - Toronto 517 

Fur Industry - Ontario 518 

amended 

Ladies' Cloak and Suit Industry 

- Ontario 519 

amended 

Ladies' Dress and Sportswear Industry.... 520 
amended 

Lathing Industry - Ottawa 521 

Men's and Boys' Clothing Industry 

- Ontario 522 

amended 

Painting and Decorating Industry 

- Ottawa 523 

Plastering Industry - Ottawa 524 

Plumbing and Heating Industry 

- Ottawa 525 

Plumbing and Heating Industry 

-Toronto 526 

Sheet-Metal Work Construction Industry 

- Ottawa 527 

INFLATION RESTRAINT ACT, 1982 

First Collective Agreements of 

Newly Certified Bargaining Units 

amended 

General 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 



674/83 Nov. 5/83 



846/81 Jan. 2/82 



401/82 June 26/82 



736/83 Dec. 10/83 



57/83 Feb. 5/83 

490/83 Aug. 20/83 

819/82 Jan. 1/83 

844/82 Jan. 8/83 

144/83 Mar. 26/83 

236/83 May 7/83 

719/83 Dec. 3/83 



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R.R.O. 

1980 O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



Ontario Dairy Herd Improvement Corporation. . 

Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System 

INSURANCE ACT 

Agents' Licences 528 

Classes of Insurance 529 

General 530 

Life Companies Special Shares - Investment.. 531 

Order under Paragraph 1 of subsection 85(2) 

of the Act - Rates of Interest 532 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Replacement of Life Insurance Contracts 533 

Schedule of Fees 53 1 * 

Uninsured Automobile Coverage 535 

Variable Insurance Contracts of Life 

Insurers 536 

INTERPRETATION ACT 

Fees Payable under Various Acts 537 

INVESTMENT CONTRACTS ACT 

Registration 538 



91/83 Feb. 26/83 
92/83 Feb. 26/83 



559/81 Sept. 5/81 
639/81 Oct. 17/81 
178/83 Apr. 16/83 



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1980 



O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



JUDICATURE ACT 

High Court - Composition 

(revoked by 329/82) 

High Court - Composition 

(revoked by 448/83) 

High Court - Composition 

(revoked by 684/83) 

High Court - Composition 

Salaries and Benefits of Masters 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

JUDICATURE ACT AND MATRIMONIAL CAUSES ACT 

Rules of Practice and Procedure of the 
Supreme Court of Ontario 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

JUNIOR FARMER ESTABLISHMENT ACT 

Application for Bank Loan 

General 

JURIES ACT 

General 

amended 



539 



540 



541 
542 

543 



494/81 Aug. 8/81 

329/82 June 5/82 

448/83 July 30/83 

684/83 Nov. 12/83 



427/81 July 11/81 

576/82 Sept. 11/82 

371/83 July 9/83 

567/83 Sept. 24/83 



734/81 Nov. 21/81 

411/82 July 3/82 

709/82 Nov. 13/82 

141/83 Mar. 26/83 



541/83 Sept. 10/83 



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R.R.O. 

1980 O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



LABOUR RELATIONS ACT 

General 544 

amended 

Office of the Board 545 

Rules of Procedure 546 

LANDLORD AND TENANT ACT 

Classes of Accommodation Deemed Not to be 

Residential Premises 547 

Forms 548 

amended 

Sumary of Part IV of the Act 549 

LAND TITLES ACT 

Application of Act 550 

(revoked by 550/81) 

Fees 551 

amended 

amended 

Forms, Records and Procedures 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

General 552 

amended 

(revoked by 75/82) 

Land Titles Divisions 553 

(revoked by 550/81) 

Land Titles Divisions 

amended 

Surveys and Descriptions of Land 554 



408/81 July 4/81 



496/81 Aug. 8/81 



806/81 Dec. 19/81 

324/83 June 11/83 

75/82 Feb. 27/82 

323/82 May 29/82 

350/82 June 12/82 

170/83 Apr. 9/83 

278/83 May 21/83 



583/81 Sept. 12/81 



550/81 Sept. 5/81 
166/83 Apr 9/83 



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1980 



O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



LAND TRANSFER TAX ACT 

Affidavits 555 

(revoked by 570/83) 

Affidavits (revoking Reg. ) 

Commercial Recreational Property 556 

(revoked by 623/83) 

Consolidated Affidavit of Residence 

and Value of Consideration 557 

(revoked by 613/81) 

Consolidated Affidavit of Residence 

and Value of Consideration 

Delegation of Authority 558 

amended .' 

amended 

Exemption(s) : - 

For Certain Final Orders of Foreclosure 
and for Inter-corporate Transfers of Land. 559 
amended 

For Certain Easements Granted to Oil 

or Gas Pipe Lines 560 

For Certain Insurance Companies 561 

(revoked by 623/83) 

For Certain Inter-Spousal Transfers 562 

amended 

For Conveyance to Family Farm Corporation 

or Family Business Corporation 563 

For Conveyance to Non-Resident Persons and 

Persons who are not Non-Resident Persons. . 56M 

Final Orders of Foreclosure 565 

(revoked by 623/83) 

Forms 566 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Leases 567 

Minister Authorized to Exempt and Refund 568 

(revoked by 623/83) 



570/83 Sept. 24/83 



613/81 Oct. 3/81 



335/83 June 18/83 
625/83 Oct. 15/83 



628/83 Oct. 15/83 



627/83 Oct. 15/83 



270/82 May 8/82 
385/83 July 9/83 
607/83 Oct. 15/83 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



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R.R.O. 

1980 O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



Notice of Purchaser's Lien for Default 569 

Rates of Interest 570 

(revoked by 38/82) 

Rates of Interest 

(revoked by 247/82) 

Rates of Interest 

(revoked by 516/83) 

Rates of Interest 

amended 

Regulation to revoke Regulations 556, 561, 
565 and 568 of R.R.O.198O 

Taxation of Mineral Lands 571 

Transfers Between Related Corporations 572 

amended 

LAW SOCIETY ACT 

General 573 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Law Foundation 574 

LEGAL AID ACT 

General 575 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY RETIREMENT ALLOWANCES ACT 

General 576 

LIGHINING RODS ACT 

General 577 

LIMITED PARTNERSHIPS ACT 

General 578 

amended 



38/82 Feb. 13/82 

247/82 May 1/82 

516/83 Aug. 27/83 

621/83 Oct. 15/83 

623/83 Oct. 15/83 

626/83 Oct. 15/83 



296/83 June 4/83 
297/83 June 4/83 
407/83 July 16/83 



109/82 


Mar. 


13/82 


830/82 


Jan. 


8/83 


108/83 


Mar. 


12/83 


157/83 


Apr. 


2/83 


408/83 


July 


16/83 



443/82 July 10/82 



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R.R.O. 
1980 



O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



LINE FENCES ACT 

Forms 

Forms 

Lands Situate in Territory Without Municipal 
Organization 

LIQUOR CONTROL ACT 

General 

amended 

amended 

amended 

LIQUOR LICENCE ACT 

General 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Possession of Liquor in Charles Daley Park... 
(revoked by 148/82) 

Possession of Liquor in Conservation Areas 

Operated by the Halton Region 

Conservation Authority 



579 



580 



581 



Possession of Liquor in Provincial Parks., 
(revoked by 148/82) 

Possession of Liquor in Provincial Parks 
and in Parks Managed or Controlled by The 
St. Lawrence Parks Commission and The 

Niagara Parks Commission 

(revoked by 151/83) 



10/82 
9/82 



85/82 
391/82 
601/82 



724/83 
134/81 



Jan. 30/82 
Jan. 30/82 



Mar. 6/82 
June 26/82 
Sept. 25/82 



20/81 


Feb. 


14/81 


105/81 


Mar. 


14/81 


358/81 


June 


20/81 


560/81 


Sept. 


5/81 


805/81 


Dec. 


19/81 


845/81 


Jan. 


2/82 


30/82 


Feb. 


13/82 


72/82 


Feb. 


27/82 


352/82 


June 


12/82 


353/82 


June 


12/82 


407/82 


June 


26/82 


408/82 


June 


26/82 


487/82 


Aug. 


7/82 


520/82 


Aug. 


14/82 


534/82 


Aug. 


21/82 


580/82 


Sept. 


11/82 


625/82 


Oct. 


9/82 


840/82 


Jan. 


8/83 


591/83 


Oct. 


1/83 


328/81 


May 


30/81 



Dec. 3/83 
Mar. 28/81 



148/82 Apr. 3/82 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



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1980 O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



Possession of Liquor in Provincial Parks 
and in Parks Managed or Controlled by The 
St. Lawrence Parks Commission and The 
Niagara Parks Commission 

LIVE STOCK AND LIVE STOCK PRODUCTS ACT 

Eggs 582 

amended 

amended 

Live Stock 

amended 

amended 

Processed Egg 583 

amended 

Wool 584 

amended 

LIVE STOCK BRANDING ACT 

Forms 585 

amended 

LIVE STOCK COMMUNITY SALES ACT 

General 586 

amended 

LIVE STOCK MEDICINES ACT 

General 587 

amended 

amended 

amended 

LOAN AND TRUST CORPORATIONS ACT 

Approved Trust Companies 588 

amended 

amended 

Common Trust Funds 589 

amended 

Financial Standards 

- Loan Corporations 590 

- Trust Companies 591 



151/83 Apr. 2/83 



301/81 May 23/81 

571/81 Sept. 12/81 

367/82 June 12/82 

526/82 Aug. 21/82 

589/82 Sept. 18/82 



302/81 May 23/81 
303/81 May 23/81 



88/82 Mar. 



6/82 



775/81 Dec. 5/81 



320/81 May 30/81 
259/82 May 8/82 
667/82 Oct. 23/82 



347/82 June 12/82 
650/82 Oct. 16/82 



784/82 Dec. 18/82 



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1980 



O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



Financial Statements 

Loan Corporations Special Shares - Investment 
Schedule of Fees 

Subordinated Notes 

- Loan Corporation 

- Trust Company 

Trust Company Special Shares 

- Investment 

LOCAL ROADS BOARDS ACT 

Establishment of Local Roads Areas - 
Northern and Eastern Region 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Northwestern Region 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

General 

LOCAL SERVICES BOARDS ACT 

Establishment of Local Services Board - 

Community of Alban 



592 
593 
594 

595 
596 

597 
598 



599 



600 



78/81 


Mar. 


7/81 


88/81 


Mar. 


14/81 


235/81 


May 


2/81 


259/81 


May 


16/81 


546/81 


Sept. 


5/81 


77/82 


Mar. 


6/82 


265/82 


May 


8/82 


360/82 


June 


12/82 


22/83 


Jan. 


29/83 


76/83 


Feb. 


19/83 


193/83 


Apr. 


16/83 


214/83 


Apr. 


30/83 


314/83 


June 


4/83 


422/83 


July 


16/83 


670/83 


Nov. 


5/83 


452/81 


July 


18/81 


625/81 


Oct. 


10/81 


66/82 


Feb. 


20/82 


258/82 


May 


1/82 


310/82 


May 


22/82 


7/83 


Jan. 


22/83 


87/83 


Feb. 


26/83 


254/83 


May 


14/83 


355/83 


July 


2/83 



607/81 Sept. 26/81 



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1980 0. 



Date of 
Gazette 



Conmunity of Armstrong 601 

Conmunity of Britt 

Conmunity of Campbell Township 

Conmunity of Caramat 

Conmunity of Cartier 

Conmunity of Croft 

Conmunity of Drayton 

Conmunity of Foleyet 602 

Conmunity of Gogama 603 

amended 

Conmunity of Hawk Junction 

Conmunity of Hudson 604 

amended 

Conmunity of Hurkett 

Conmunity of King - Lebel 

Conmunity of Lappe 

Conmunity of Madawaska 

Conmunity of Madsen 605 

Conmunity of Minaki 

Conmunity of Missanabie 

amended 

Conmunity of Nestor Falls 

Conmunity of Oba 

Conmunity of Pearson 

Conmunity of Redditt 

Conmunity of Restoule 

Conmunity of Robinson 

Conmunity of Rossport 



274/82 May 8/82 

727/81 Nov. 14/81 

597/81 Sept. 19/81 

326/82 May 29/82 

778/83 Dec. 31/83 

96/81 Mar. 14/81 

850/81 Jan. 9/82 

85/81 Mar. 14/81 

131/82 Mar. 20/82 

119/81 Mar. 14/81 

806/82 Dec. 25/82 

556/82 Aug. 28/82 

741/82 Nov. 20/82 

212/83 Apr. 30/83 



471/82 
800/83 


July 
Jan. 


24/82 
7/84 


795/81 


Dec. 


12/81 


849/82 


Jan. 


15/83 


472/82 


July 


24/82 


796/81 


Dec. 


12/81 


633/81 


Oct. 


17/81 


333/81 


June 


6/81 


782/82 


Dec. 


11/82 



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1980 O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



Community of Savard and Area. 

Community of Searchmont 

Community of Shakespeare 

Community of Sultan 

Community of Thome 

Community of Wabigoon 

Community of Willisville and 

Whitefish Falls 

amended 



528/83 Sept. 3/83 

596/81 Sept. 19/81 

527/83 Sept. 3/83 

U73/82 July 24/82 

58/82 Feb. 20/82 

7/81 Jan. 31/81 



327/82 May 29/82 
4U5/82 July 17/82 



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1980 O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



MARRIAGE ACT 

General 

MEAT INSPECTION ACT (ONTARIO) 

General 



MECHANICS' LIEN ACT 

(See now Construction Lien Act, 1983 - S.O. 1983, c. 6) 

General 

amended 

MENTAL HEALTH ACT 

Application of Act 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Grants 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

MENTAL HOSPITALS ACT 

Application of Section 10 of the 

Public Hospitals Act 

General 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 



606 



607 



608 



609 



610 



611 



733/81 Nov. 21/81 



173/81 


Apr. 


11/81 


454/81 


July 


18/81 


463/81 


July 


25/81 


207/82 


Apr. 


24/82 


225/82 


May 


1/82 


524/82 


Aug. 


14/82 


745/82 


Nov. 


27/82 


162/83 


Apr. 


9/83 


241/83 


May 


14/83 


542/83 


Sept. 


10/83 


543/83 


Sept. 


10/83 


673/83 


Nov. 


5/83 


174/81 


Apr. 


11/81 


215/81 


Apr. 


25/81 


226/82 


May 


1/82 


804/82 


Dec. 


25/82 


522/83 


Sept. 


3/83 



214/81 Apr. 25/81 



172/81 
682/81 
237/82 
231/83 



Apr. 11/81 

Oct. 31/81 

May 1/82 

May 7/83 



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1980 



O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



METROPOLITAN POLICE FORCE COMPLAINTS PROJECT ACT, 1981 
General 

MILK ACT 

By-Laws for Marketing Boards 

Cheese 

- Exchanges 

amended 

- Information to be Furnished 

- Marketing 

- Marketing - Exemptions 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Cream for Processing 

- Plan 

- Marketing 

amended 

Cream Producers 

- Licences 

amended 

amended 

Grade A Milk - Marketing 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

(revoked by 541/81) 

Grade A Milk - Producers 

(revoked by 45/82) 

Grades, Designations, Classes and Labelling., 
amended 

Industrial Milk - Marketing 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 



854/81 Jan. 9/82 



612 


- 






613 










757/81 


Nov. 


28/81 


614 


- 






615 


- 






616 


_ 








197/81 


Apr. 


18/81 




196/82 


Apr. 


17/82 




322/82 


May 


29/82 




200/83 


Apr. 


16/83 


617 


- 






618 


_ 







619 



620 



621 
622 
623 



599/81 Sept. 19/81 



855/81 Jan. 9/82 
380/82 June 19/82 



40/81 Feb. 14/81 

195/81 Apr. 18/81 

266/81 May 16/81 

515/81 Aug. 15/81 



732/82 Nov. 20/82 



41/81 Feb 14/81 

196/81 Apr. 18/81 

267/81 May 16/81 

516/81 Aug. 15/81 



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1980 


O.Reg 


Date of 
Gazette 






624 

625 

626 
627 


594/81 
650/81 
877/81 

47/82 
522/82 
559/82 
592/82 
725/82 
857/82 

81/83 
199/83 
253/83 
479/83 
556/83 
812/83 

484/81 

541/81 
593/81 
649/81 
723/81 
876/81 

46/82 
523/82 
558/82 
591/82 
679/82 
724/82 
856/82 

79/83 
198/83 
252/83 
478/83 
555/83 
811/83 

475/81 
5/82 

442/81 


Sept. 19/81 






Oct. 17/81 






Jan. 16/82 






Feb. 20/82 






Aug. 14/82 






Aug. 28/82 






Sept. 18/82 






Nov. 13/82 






Jan. 15/83 






Feb. 19/83 






Apr. 16/83 






May 14/83 






Aug. 13/83 






Sept. 17/83 






Jan. 14/84 






Aug. 1/81 








Marketing of Milk 


to Fluid Milk Processors... 


Sept. 5/81 
Sept. 19/81 






Oct. 17/81 






Nov. 14/81 






Jan. 16/82 






Feb. 20/82 






Aug. 14/82 






Aug. 28/82 






Sept. 18/82 






Oct. 23/82 






Nov. 13/82 






Jan. 15/83 






Feb. 19/83 






Apr. 16/83 






May 14/83 






Aug. 13/83 






Sept. 17/83 






Jan. 14/84 


Milk 










Aug. 1/81 






Jan. 23/82 


- Marketing - 


Classes 3, 4, 4a, 4b, 4c, 5, 




(revoked by 45/82) 




(revoked by 442/81) 


July 11/81 



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1980 



O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



Milk and Cheese 

- Plan 

Milk and Milk Products 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Milk Producers 

- Licences 

amended 

(revoked by 45/82) 

Milk Producers, Licences, Quotas, Pools 

and Transportation 

amended 

Milk Products - Extension of Powers 

Reconstituted Milk 

- General 

MINING ACT 

Assay Coupons 

Exploratory Licences and Leases for 
Oil and Natural Gas North of the 
Fifty-First Parallel of Latitude 

Exploratory Licences and Production Leases 

For Natural Gas in Lake Erie 

amended 

Forms 

Mining Divisions 

Refinery Licences 

Surveys of Mining Claims 

MINING TAX ACT 

General 

amended 



628 


- 






629 


595/81 
746/81 
145/82 
291/82 
113/83 
658/83 


Sept. 

Nov. 

Mar. 

May 

Mar. 

Oct. 


19/81 
28/81 
27/82 
15/82 
19/83 
29/83 


630 


42/81 


Feb. 


14/81 




45/82 
80/83 


Feb. 
Feb. 


20/82 
19/83 




80/81 


Mar. 


14/81 



631 

632 

633 
634 

635 
636 
637 
638 

639 



34/82 Feb. 13/82 



782/83 Dec. 31/83 



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R.R.O. 

1980 O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD ACT 

Farm Tax Reduction Program 

MINISTRY OF COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES ACT 

Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology 

- Boards of Governors and 

Council of Regents 640 

amended 

- Colleges 

Graduate Scholarships 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Ontario Special Bursary Program 

Ontario Student Loans 

amended 

Ontario Student Loans 

Ontario Study Grant Plan 

amended 

MINISTRY OF CCfMJNITY AND SOCIAL SERVICES ACT 

Social Assistance Review Board 647 

amended 

amended 

amended 

MINISTRY OF CONSIACR AND COMMERCIAL RELATIONS ACT 

Fees 648 

MINISTRY OF CORRECTIONAL SERVICES ACT 

General 649 

Intermittent Sentences 650 

MINISTRY OF CULTURE AND RECREATION ACT 

(now Ministry of Tourism and Recreation Act 
- see S.O. 1982, c. 7, s. 13) 

Grants for Non-Profit Camps 651 

amended 

amended 

Municipal Recreation Directors' Certificates 

and Arena Managers' Certificates 652 

Programs of Recreation 653 

(revoked by 517/83) 



716/83 Nov. 26/83 



201/82 Apr. 24/82 



641 


- 






642 


387/81 
577/82 
725/83 


June 

Sept. 

Dec. 


27/81 
11/82 
10/83 


643 


- 






644 


451/82 


July 


17/82 


645 


- 






646 


_ 







151/82 Apr. 3/82 



103/82 Mar. 6/82 
278/82 May 15/82 
709/83 Nov. 19/83 



83/81 Mar. 14/81 
801/83 Jan. 7/84 



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1980 O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT ACT 

Assignment of Administration of Ontario 

Waste Management Corporation Act, 1981 

to the Minister of the Environment 

Assignment of Administration of 
Consolidated Hearings Act, 1981 
to the Minister of the Environment 

MINISTRY OF HEALTH ACT 

Bursaries and Fellowships for Health Study... 

Chest Diseases Control Clinics 

Dental Bursaries 

District Health Councils 

Grants - Special 

Grants - Health Resources 

amended 

Grants to University Faculties of 

Medicine 

amended 

Medical Bursaries 

Physiotherapy Bursaries 

amended 

Special Grant 

Special Grant 

Speech Pathology and Audiology Bursaries 

Standard Ward Accommodation 

amended 

MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES ACT 

Assignment of Powers and Duties 

of Minister - 

Mining and Lands Commissioner to Hear and 
Determine the appeal of Margaret Lonsdale 
against The Otonabee Region Conservation 
Authority 



659 
660 

661 



510/81 Aug. 15/81 



511/81 Aug. 15/81 



654 


- 






655 


- 








438/83 


July 


23/83 


656 


- 






657 


- 






658 


401/81 


July 


4/81 




536/82 
443/83 


Aug. 
July 


21/82 
23/83 



437/83 July 23/83 

488/82 Aug. 7/82 
769/82 Dec. 11/82 



440/83 July 23/83 
233/81 May 2/81 



24/81 Feb. 14/81 



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1980 



O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



Mining and Lands Conmissioner to Hear and 
Determine the appeal of Victor Debbert 
against The South Like Simcoe Conservation 
Authority 

Mining and Lands Commissioner to Heir and 

Determine the appeal of: 

Mr. Milton A. Chomyn against The South 
Like Simcoe Conservition Authority; 
Mr. A. Evins igiinst The Likeheid 
Region Conservition Authority; 
Mr. Guy E. Muschett igiinst The Credit 
Villey Conservition Authority; 
Mr. Roger Ross igiinst The Metropolitin 
Toronto Region Conservition Authority, 
imended 

Mining ind Linds Commissioner to Heir ind 

Determine the ippeil of: 

Edith ind Riti Martin igiinst The Rideiu 
Villey Conservition Authority; 
W. Tikihashi igiinst The Metropolitin 
Toronto ind Region Conservition 
Authority 



25/81 Feb. 14/81 



111/81 Mir. 11/81 
219/81 Apr. 25/81 



368/81 June 20/81 



Mining ind Linds Commissioner to Heir ind 

Determine the ippeil of: 

Mr. E. Biuman igiinst The Grind 
River Conservition Authority; 
Edith ind Riti Mirtin igiinst The 
Rideiu Villey Conservition Authority. . 

Mining ind Lands Commissioner to Hear and 

Determine the appeal of: 

B. Bisaro against The South 
Lake Simcoe Conservation Authority; 
Frank Morriello against The South Lake 
Simcoe Conservation Authority; 
Sugarbush Holdings Limited against The 
Grand River Conservation Authority. . . 

Mining and Lands Commissioner to Hear and 

Determine the appeal of: 

Michael Hosinec against The Credit 
Valley Conservation Authority; 
Leon G. Laroche against The Rideau 
Valley Conservation Authority 



389/81 June 27/81 



448/81 July 18/81 



609/81 Sept. 26/81 



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1980 O.Reg Gazette 



Mining and Lands Commissioner to Hear and 
Determine the appeal of: 

Donald J. Rashotte against the Moira 

River Conservation Authority; 

Tadeusz Trynda against The Rideau 

Valley Conservation Authority; 

Amadale Company Limited against the 

South Lake Simcoe Conservation Authority; 

Reg Prince against the South Lake 

Simcoe Conservation Authority 622/81 Oct. 10/81 

Mining and Lands Commissioner to Hear and 
Determine the appeal of: 

George W. Aregers against The 

Metropolitan Toronto and Region 

Conservation Authority 695/81 Nov. 7/81 

Mining and Lands Commissioner to Hear and 
Determine the appeal of: 

Harold and Jacqueline Zavitz against 

the Upper Thames River Conservation 

Authority; 

Hans Snippe against The Rideau 

Valley Conservation Authority; 

Lionel Edwards against The Otonabee 

Region Conservation Authority 744/81 Nov. 28/81 

Mining and Lands Commissioner to Hear and 
Determine the appeal of: 

Frank Moreano against The South Lake 

Simcoe Conservation Authority 4/82 Jan. 23/82 

Mining and Lands Commissioner to Hear and 
Determine the appeal of: 

Polish Army Veterans Association 

against Metropolitan Toronto and 

Region Conservation Authority 128/82 Mar. 20/82 

Mining and Lands Commissioner to Hear and 
Determine the appeal of: 

Steven Ruddy against The Halton Region 

Conservation Authority; 

Michele Recchia against The Halton 

Region Conservation Authority 129/82 Mar. 20/82 

Mining and Lands Commissioner to Hear and 
Determine the appeal of: 

Graham Double against South Lake Simcoe 

Conservation Authority 204/82 Apr. 24/82 



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1980 O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



Mining and Lands Commissioner to Hear and 
Determine appeals under subsection 28(5) 
of the Conservation Authorities Act 

MINISTRY OF TOURISM AND RECREATION ACT 

Grants for Non-Prof it Camps 

amended 

amended 

Municipal Recreation Directors' 
Certificates and Arena Managers* 
Certificates 

Recreation Programs 

MORTGAGE BROKERS ACT 

General 

amended 

amended 

MORTMAIN AND CHARITABLE USES ACT 

(Act repealed by S.O. 1982, c.12, s.1) 

Licences and Fees 

MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT CLAIMS ACT 

Designated Insurers 

General 

MOTOR VEHICLE DEALERS ACT 

General 

amended , 

amended 

MOTOR VEHICLE FUEL TAX ACT 

(see now Fuel Tax Act, 1981 S.O. 1981, c.59) 

Forms 

amended 

General 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 



651 



652 



662 



663 



664 



665 



364/82 June 12/82 



83/81 Mar. 14/81 
801/83 Jan. 7/84 



517/83 Aug. 27/83 



704/81 Nov. 7/81 
613/83 Oct. 15/83 



152/83 Apr. 2/83 



703/81 Nov. 7/81 
617/83 Oct. 15/83 



666 


. 








271/82 


May 


8/82 


667 


_ 








181/81 


Apr. 


11/81 




847/81 


Jan. 


9/82 




39/82 


Feb. 


13/82 




248/82 


May 


1/82 






84 



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R.R.O. 

1980 O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



Taxable Price and Tax Payable on 
Motor Vehicle Fuel and Fuel to Propel 
Railway Equipment 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

MOTORIZED SNOW VEHICLES ACT 

Designations 668 

amended 

Extending Validity of Motorized 

Snow vehicle Permits 

General 669 

amended 

Motorized Snow Vehicle Operators' Licences. . . 670 

MUNICIPAL ACT 

Designation s) - 

Agricultural Research Stations 671 

Correctional Institutions 672 

Facilities under the Developmental 

Services Act 673 

Municipalities 674 

Provincial Education Institutions 675 

Provincial Mental Health Facilities 

and Public Hospitals 676 

amended 

Universities 677 

Pension Plan for Municipal Employees 678 

Revision and Certification of Assessment 

Commissioner' s List 679 

MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS ACT 

Municipal Auditors 680 

Tax Arrears and Tax Sale Procedures 

(revoked by 228/81) 



440/81 July 11/81 

630/81 Oct. 10/81 

871/81 Jan. 16/82 

186/82 Apr. 10/82 

448/82 July 17/82 



111/82 Mar. 13/82 
379/83 July 9/83 
454/83 July 30/83 



417/82 July 3/82 



6/81 Jan. 24/81 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



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R.R.O. 

1980 O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



Tax Arrears and Tax Sale Procedures. . . 
(revoked by 451/81) 

Tax Arrears and Tax Sale Procedures... 
(revoked by 754/81) 

Tax Arrears and Tax Sale Procedures... 
(revoked by 158/82) 

Tax Arrears and Tax Sale Procedures. . . 
(revoked by 416/82) 

Tax Arrears and Tax Sale Procedures. . . 
(revoked by 25/83) 

Tax Arrears and Tax Sale Procedures. . , 
(revoked by 304/83) 

Tax Arrears and Tax Sale Procedures.., 
(revoked by 641/83) 

Tax Arrears and Tax Sale Procedures.., 

MUNICIPAL BOUNDARY NEGOTIATIONS ACT, 1981 

City of Chatham, Dover Township 
Boundary 

Town of Cobourg - Hamilton Township 
Boundary 

Town of Petrolia - Township of 
Enniskillen Boundary 

Town of Ridge town - Township of 
Howard Boundary 

Town of Rockland - Township of 
Clarence Boundary 

Village of Beeton - Township of 
Tecumseth Boundary 

Village of Elora - Township of 
Nichol Boundary 

Village of Iroquois - Township of 
Matilda Boundary 



228/81- Apr. 25/81 

451/81 July 18/81 

754/81 Nov. 28/81 

158/82 Apr. 3/82 

416/82 July 3/82 

25/83 Jan. 29/83 

304/83 June 4/83 

641/83 Oct. 29/63 

102/83 Mar. 5/83 

692/82 Oct. 30/82 

553/83 Sept. 17/83 

601/83 Oct. 15/83 

814/83 Jan. 14/84 

815/83 Jan. 14/84 

554/83 Sept. 17/83 

683/83 Nov. 12/83 



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1980 



O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



Village of Lancaster - Township of 
Lancaster Boundary 

Village of Winchester - Township of 
Winchester Boundary 

MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS ACT 

Forms 

amended 

Use of Voting Recorders 

amended 

MUNICIPALITY OF METROPOLITAN TORONTO ACT 

Order - Borough of Etobicoke 

Order - Borough of Scarborough 

Order - Borough of York 



681 
682 



813/83 Jan. 14/84 

602/83 Oct. 15/83 

475/82 July 24/82 

555/82 Aug. 28/82 

394/83 July 9/83 

395/83 July 9/83 

396/83 July 9/83 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



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R.R.O. 

1980 O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



NIAGARA ESCARP^CNT PLANNING AND DEVELOPhENT ACT 

Designation of Area of Development Control. . 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Designation of Planning Area 

amended 

amended 

Development Within the Development 

Control Area 

amended • 

amended 

amended 

NIAGARA PARKS ACT 

General 

amended 

NON-RESIDENT AGRICULTURAL LAND INTERESTS 
REGISTRATION ACT 

General 

amended 

NORTH PICKERING DEVELOPfCNT CORPORATION ACT 

North Pickering Planning Area 

NOTARIES ACT 

Fees 

amended 



683 



684 



685 



686 



687 



688 



689 



493/81 
799/81 
874/81 
740/82 
790/82 
6/83 
8/83 
84/83 
176/83 
177/83 
665/83 
666/83 
667/83 
668/83 
669/83 



9/81 
849/81 



836/81 
181/82 
694/82 



Aug. 8/81 

Dec. 12/81 

Jan. 16/82 

Nov. 20/82 

Dec. 18/82 

Jan. 22/83 

Jan. 22/83 

Feb. 19/83 

Apr. 16/83 

Apr. 16/83 

Oct. 29/83 

Oct. 29/83 

Oct. 29/83 

Oct. 29/83 

Oct. 29/83 



Jan. 31/81 
Jan. 9/82 



Jan. 2/82 
Apr. 10/82 
Nov. 6/82 



390/81 June 27/81 



753/83 Dec. 17/83 



424/81 July 11/81 



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1980 



O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



NURSING HOMES ACT 

General 

amended. . . . 
amended. . . . 
amended 
amended. . . . 
amended. . . . 
amended. . . . 
amended. . .. 
amended. . . . 
amended 
amended. . . . 
amended. . . . 
amended 
amended. . . . 
amended. . . . 
amended. . . . 
amended 
amended. . . . 
amended 



690 



39/81 


Feb. 


14/81 


299/81 


May 


23/81 


489/81 


Aug. 


8/81 


668/81 


Oct. 


24/81 


686/81 


Oct. 


31/81 


793/81 


Dec. 


12/81 


5^/82 


Feb. 


20/82 


234/82 


May 


1/82 


296/82 


May 


22/82 


530/82 


Aug. 


21/82 


608/82 


Sept. 


25/82 


734/82 


Nov. 


20/82 


78/83 


Feb. 


19/83 


258/83 


May 


21/83 


459/83 


Aug. 


6/83 


550/83 


Sept. 


10/83 


703/83 


Nov. 


19/83 


790/83 


Jan. 


7/84 



OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY ACT 

Construction Projects 691 

Critical Injury - Defined 

Designated Substance - Asbestos 

Designated Substance - Coke Oven Emissions. . . 

Designated Substance - Isocyanates 

Designated Substance - Lead 

Designated Substance - Mercury 

Designated Substance - Silica 

Designated Substance - Vinyl Chloride 

Fire Fighters - Protective Equipment 

Industrial Establishments 692 

Inventory of Agents or Combination of Agents 

for the Purpose of Section 21 of the Act 693 



714/82 


Nov. 


13/82 


570/82 


Sept. 


4/82 


517/82 


Aug. 


14/82 


455/83 


July 


30/83 


536/81 


Aug. 


29/81 


141/82 


Mar. 


27/82 


769/83 


Dec. 


24/83 


516/82 


Aug. 


14/82 


125/83 


Mar. 


26/83 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



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1980 O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



Mines and Mining Plants 694 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

OFFICIAL NOTICES PUBLICATION ACT 

Rates 695 

amended 

amended 

(revoked by 149/83) 

Rates 

OLEOMARGARINE ACT 

General 696 

OMBUDSMAN ACT 

General Rules 697 

ONTARIO AGRICULTURAL MUSEUM ACT 

Fees 698 

amended 

General 699 

ONTARIO ENERGY BOARD ACT 

General 700 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Rules of Procedure 701 

Uniform System of Accounts for Gas 

Utilities Class A 702 

ONTARIO FOOD TERMINAL ACT 

Composition and Procedure of Board 703 

Conduct of Business 704 

Rental Fees for Delivering or 

Discharging Produce 705 



626/82 Oct. 9/82 

226/83 Apr. 30/83 

569/83 Sept. 24/83 

769/83 Dec. 24/83 



97/81 Mar. 14/81 
190/82 Apr. 10/82 

149/83 Apr. 2/83 



322/81 May 30/81 



330/81 June 6/81 
805/82 Dec. 25/82 
820/82 Jan. 1/83 



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R.R.O. 

1980 O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



ONTARIO GUARANTEED ANNUAL INCOME ACT 

Forms 706 

(revoked by 231/82) 

Forms 

amended 

General 707 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Guaranteed Income Limit 708 

(revoked by 345/81) 

Guaranteed Income Limit 

(revoked by 432/81) 

Guaranteed Income Limit 

(revoked by 681/81) 

Guaranteed Income Limit 

(revoked by 865/81) 

Guaranteed Income Limit 

(revoked by 252/82) 

Guaranteed Income Limit 

(revoked by 480/82) 

Guaranteed Income Limit 

(revoked by 687/82) 

Guaranteed Income Limit 

(revoked by 62/83) 

Guaranteed Income Limit 

(revoked by 465/83) 

Guaranteed Income Limit 

(revoked by 759/83) 

Guaranteed Income Limit 

ONTARIO HERITAGE ACT 

Archaeological Sites 709 

Historic Sites 710 



231/82 May 1/82 
432/83 July 23/83 



412/81 July 4/81 

230/82 May 1/82 

333/83 June 18/83 

758/83 Dec. 17/83 



345/81 June 6/81 

432/81 July 11/81 

681/81 Oct. 31/81 

865/81 Jan. 19/82 

252/82 May 1/82 

480/82 July 31/82 

687/82 Oct. 30/82 

62/83 Feb. 12/83 

465/83 Aug. 6/83 

759/83 Dec. 17/83 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



91 



R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg Gazette 



Grants and Loans 711 

Grants to Incorporated Historical 

Societies and Associations 

Grants for Museums 

(revoked by 689 /81) 

Grants for Museums (revoking Reg.) 

Grants for Museums 

amended 

amended 

Grants for Plaquing 

Licences 

(revoked by 212/82) 

Licences 

ONTARIO HIGHWAY TRANSPORT BOARD ACT 

Rules of Procedure 716 

amended 

amended 

ONTARIO HUMAN RIGHTS CODE 

Form of Complaint 717 

ONTARIO INSTITUTE FOR STUDIES IN EDUCATION ACT 

General 718 

ONTARIO LOTTERY CORPORATION ACT 

General 719 

ONTARIO MINERAL EXPLORATION PROGRAM ACT 

General 720 

amended 

General 721 

ONTARIO MUNICIPAL BOARD ACT 

Procedure 722 

Tariff of Fees 723 

amended 



712 


- 






713 


- 








689/81 


Oct. 


13/81 




398/81 
729/81 
224/83 


July 
Nov. 
Apr. 


4/81 
14/81 
30/83 


714 


- 






715 


- 







212/82 Apr. 24/82 



120/82 Mar. 20/82 
546/82 Aug. 21/82 



82/81 Mar. 14/81 



623/81 Oct. 10/81 



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1980 O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



amended 

amended 

ONTARIO MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT SYSTEM ACT 

General 724 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

ONTARIO MUNICIPAL IMPROVEMENT CORPORATION ACT 

Procedure 725 

ONTARIO NEW HOME WARRANTIES PLAN ACT 

Administration of the Plan 726 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Designation of Corporation 727 

Terms and Conditions of Registration 

of Builders and Vendors 728 

ONTARIO PENSIONERS PROPERTY TAX ASSISTANCE ACT 

Definition - "Rent Paid" 729 

(revoked by 363/82) 

Definition - "Rent Paid" (revoking Reg.) 

General 730 

(revoked by 776/81) 

General 

amended 

amended 

General 731 

(revoked by 726/81) 

General 

(revoked by 635/82) 

General 

amended 

amended 

(revoked by 695/83) 

General 



330/82 June 5/82 
61/83 Feb. 12/83 



641/81 Oct. 17/81 

389/82 June 19/82 

70/83 Feb. 12/83 

359/83 July 2/83 



142/81 Mar. 28/81 
289/82 May 15/82 
120/83 Mar. 19/83 



363/82 June 12/82 



776/81 Dec. 5/81 
688/82 Oct. 30/82 
757/83 Dec. 17/83 



726/81 Nov. 14/81 



635/82 Oct. 9/82 
393/83 July 9/83 
513/83 Aug. 27/83 



695/83 Nov. 19/83 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



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R.R.O. 

1980 O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



ONTARIO PLACE CORPORATION ACT 

Fees 732 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

ONTARIO PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT ACT 

Amendment to Local Plan - Vaughan 

Planning Area 

ONTARIO TELEPHONE DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION ACT 

Composition of Corporation 733 

ONTARIO UNCONDITIONAL GRANTS ACT 

Determination of Apportionments, 

Levies and Requisitions, 1981 

amended 

Determination of Apportionments and Levies, 
1982 

Determination of Apportionments and Levies, 
1983 

General 734 

(revoked by 578/81) 

General 

amended 

amended 

(revoked by 565/82) 

General 

(revoked by 246/83) 

General 

ONTARIO UNIVERSITIES CAPITAL AID CORPORATION ACT 

Designated Universities 735 

ONTARIO WATER RESOURCES ACT 

Plumbing Code 736 

amended 

amended 



255/81 May 16/81 

784/81 Dec. 5/81 

726/82 Nov. 13/82 

287/83 May 28/83 

746/83 Dec. 17/83 



76/81 Mar. 7/81 



579/81 Sept. 12/81 
104/82 Mar. 6/82 



648/82 Oct. 16/82 

289/83 May 28/83 

578/81 Sept. 12/81 

105/82 Mar. 6/82 

413/82 July 3/82 

565/82 Sept. 4/82 

246/83 May 14/83 



567/81 Sept. 12/81 
58/83 Feb. 5/83 



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R.R.O. Date of 

1980 O.Reg Gazette 



Rate of Interest 737 

South Cayuga Sewage Works 738 

(revoked by 520/81) 

South Cayuga Sewage Works (revoking Reg.).... 

Water Wells 739 

amended 

ONTARIO YOUTH EMPLOYMENT ACT 

General 

(expired) 

General 

(expired) 

General 

OPERATING ENGINEERS ACT 

General 740 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

OPHTHALMIC DISPENSERS ACT 

General 741 



520/81 Aug. 22/81 

160/82 Apr. 3/82 

183/81 Apr. 11/81 

195/82 Apr. 17/82 

163/83 Apr. 9/83 



180/82 Apr. 10/82 

406/82 June 26/82 

639/83 Oct. 29/83 

745/83 Dec. 17/83 



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95 



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1980 



O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



PAPERBACK AND PERIODICAL DISTRIBUTORS ACT 

General 

amended 

PARKS ASSISTANCE ACT 

General 

PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT ACT 

(An asterisk (*) denotes that the Regulation has 
been amended prior to January 1, 1981 but 

the amendments are not shown. ) 

(- for amendments to the end of 1980 

- see Table of Regulations published in 

The Ontario Gazette dated March 14, 1981 or 

in the Statutes of Ontario. 1980.) 

Land Use Regulations - 

County of Halton (now The Regional 

Municipality of Halton), City of 

Burlington 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 



742 



743 



611/83 Oct. 15/83 



•482/73 






55/81 


Feb. 


21/81 


87/81 


Mar. 


14/81 


145/81 


Mar. 


28/81 


147/81 


Apr. 


4/81 


275/81 


May 


16/81 


420/81 


July 


11/81 


468/81 


July 


25/81 


544/81 


Sept. 


5/81 


604/81 


Sept. 


19/81 


605/81 


Sept. 


19/81 


724/81 


Nov. 


14/81 


725/81 


Nov. 


14/81 


826/81 


Dec. 


26/81 


25/82 


Feb. 


13/82 


32/82 


Feb. 


13/82 


482/82 


July 


31/82 


566/82 


Sept. 


4/82 


757/82 


Dec. 


4/82 


818/82 


Jan. 


1/83 


201/83 


Apr. 


23/83 


202/83 


Apr. 


23/83 


318/83 


June 


11/83 


346/83 


June 


25/83 


578/83 


Oct. 


1/83 


767/83 


Dec. 


24/83 



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County of Halton (now The Regional 
Municipality of Halton), Town of 
Milton 



County of Halton (now part of the regional 
municipalities of Halton and Peel), Town of 
Oakville (now part of the towns of Halton Hills, 
Milton, Oakville and the City of Mississauga) . 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

County of Peel (now The Regional 
Municipality of Peel) , Town of Mississauga 
(now part of the cities of Brampton and 
Mississauga) 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 



»480/73 



•481/73 






15/81 


Feb. 


7/81 


146/81 


Apr. 


4/81 


184/81 


Apr. 


11/81 


192/81 


Apr. 


18/81 


258/81 


May 


16/81 


265/81 


May 


16/81 


317/81 


May 


30/81 


386/81 


June 


27/81 


419/81 


July 


11/81 


449/81 


July 


18/81 


598/81 


Sept. 


19/81 


709/81 


Nov. 


7/81 


362/82 


June 


12/82 


377/82 


June 


19/82 


505/82 


Aug. 


7/82 


704/82 


Nov. 


6/82 


705/82 


Nov. 


6/82 


706/82 


Nov. 


6/82 


707/82 


Nov. 


6/82 


817/82 


Jan. 


1/83 


88/83 


Feb. 


26/83 


116/83 


Mar. 


19/83 


136/83 


Mar. 


26/83 


356/83 


July 


2/83 


363/83 


July 


9/83 


444/83 


July 


23/83 


471/83 


Aug. 


13/83 


635/83 


Oct. 


15/83 


715/83 


Nov. 


26/83 



•479/73 






60/81 


Feb. 


21/81 


198/81 


Apr. 


18/81 


240/81 


May 


9/81 


244/81 


May 


9/81 


245/81 


May 


9/81 


319/81 


May 


30/81 


329/81 


June 


6/81 



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amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

County of Peel (now The Regional 
Municipality of Peel), Township of Toronto 
Gore (now the City of Brampton) 

amended 

amended 

amended 

County of Peel (now The Regional 
Municipality of Peel), Township of 
Chinguacousy (now the City of 

Brampton) 

amended 

County of Wentworth (now The Regional 

Municipality of Hamilton-Wentworth), 

Town of Dundas 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

County of Wentworth (now The Regional 
Municipality of Hamilton-Wentworth), 
Township of East Flamborough (now the 
Township of Flamborough) 

amended 

amended 

County of Wentworth (now The Regional 
Municipality of Hamilton-Wentworth), 
Township of West Flamborough (now the 
Township of Flamborough) 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

County of Wentworth (now The Regional 
Municipality of Hamilton-Wentworth), 
Village of Waterdown (now the Township of 
Flamborough 



464/81 


July 


25/81 


537/81 


Aug. 


29/81 


715/82 


Nov. 


13/82 


119/83 


Mar. 


19/83 


203/83 


Apr. 


23/83 


•476/73 






763/81 


Nov. 


28/81 


33/82 


Feb. 


13/82 


726/83 


Dec. 


10/83 


•477/73 






691/81 


Nov. 


7/81 


•486/73 






354/81 


June 


13/81 


1/82 


Jan. 


23/82 


693/82 


Nov. 


6/82 


26/83 


Jan. 


29/83 


728/83 


Dec. 


10/83 


•483/73 






90/83 


Feb. 


26/83 


439/83 


July 


23/83 


•484/73 






483/82 


July 


31/82 


617/82 


Oct. 


2/82 


133/83 


Mar. 


26/83 


134/83 


Mar. 


26/83 


135/83 


Mar. 


26/83 


213/83 


Apr. 


30/83 


485/83 


Aug. 


20/83 


582/83 


Oct. 


1/83 


727/83 


Dec. 


10/83 



»485/73 



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1980 



O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto, 
Borough of Etobicoke 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended , 

Regional Municipality of York, 

Town of Markham 

amended 

amended , 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended , 

amended 

amended 

amended , 

amended , 

amended , 

amended , 

amended , 

amended , 

Regional Municipality of York, 

Town of Richmond Hill , 

amended , 

Regional Municipality of York, 

Town of Vaughan , 

amended , 

amended , 

amended , 

amended , 

amended , 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended , 

amended 

amended 

Parkway Belt Planning Area 

PARTNERSHIPS REGISTRATION ACT 

General 



•478/73 






506/82 


Aug. 


7/82 


95/83 


Mar. 


5/83 


328/83 


June 


18/83 


523/83 


Sept. 


3/83 


•473/73 






282/81 


May 


23/81 


443/81 


July 


11/81 


582/81 


Sept. 


12/81 


432/82 


July 


3/82 


437/82 


July 


10/82 


470/82 


July 


24/82 


513/82 


Aug. 


14/82 


593/82 


Sept. 


18/82 


317/83 


June 


11/83 


489/83 


Aug. 


20/83 


491/83 


Aug. 


20/83 


634/83 


Oct. 


10/83 


718/83 


Dec. 


3/83 


770/83 


Dec. 


24/83 


•474/73 






508/82 


Aug. 


7/82 


•475/73 






79/81 


Mar. 


7/81 


49/82 


Feb. 


20/82 


189/82 


Apr. 


10/82 


376/82 


June 


19/82 


387/82 


June 


19/82 


433/82 


July 


10/82 


434/82 


July 


10/82 


469/82 


July 


24/82 


507/82 


Aug. 


7/82 


620/82 


Oct. 


9/82 


104/83 


Mar. 


12/83 


413/83 


July 


16/83 


546/83 


Sept. 


10/83 



744 



745 



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PENSION BENEFITS ACT 

Exemption 

Exemption 

General 746 

amended 

amended 

amended 

PERSONAL PROPERTY SECURITY ACT 

Branch Offices 747 

Fees Concerning Security Documents 748 

General 749 

amended 

Personal Property Security Assurance 

Fund 750 

PESTICIDES ACT 

General 751 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

PETROLEUM RESOURCES ACT 

Exploration, Drilling and Production 752 

amended 

Spacing Units - 

Arthur Pool 753 

Clearville 754 

Colchester South 755 

Courtright Pool 756 

Coveny Pool 757 

Dawn 4-28-1 1 1 Pool 758 

Dawn and Sombra (Townships of) 759 



166/81 Apr. 4/81 

315/82 May 22/82 

101/81 Mar. 14/81 

262/82 May 8/82 

500/83 Aug. 27/83 



838/81 Jan. 2/82 



252/81 May 16/81 

616/81 Oct. 3/81 

756/81 Nov. 28/81 

161/82 Apr. 3/82 



35/82 Feb. 13/82 



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1980 O.Reg Gazette 



Dover 7-5-V Pool 622/83 Oct. 15/83 

Duncannon Pool 760 

Egremont (Township of) 761 

Ekfrid Pool 762 

General Dawn 5-27-1 1 1 Pool 763 

Gosf ield South (Township of) 764 

Hemlock Pool 765 

Innerkip East Pool 766 

Innerkip Pool 767 

Ladysmith Pool 768 

Maiden (Township of) 769 

Moore (Township of) 770 

Osborne Pool 771 

Otter Creek East Pool 772 

Otter Creek Pool 773 

Oxley Field 774 

Plyrapton 5-19-VI Pool 775 

Ruscom River Pool 776 

St. Patrick's Pool 777 

Terminus North Pool 778 

Townsend Pool 779 

Venison Creek Pool 780 

Verschoy le West Pool 78 1 

Wilsonville Pool 782 

Wilsonville South Pool 783 



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PITS AND QUARRIES CONTROL ACT 

General 

amended 

amended 

PLANNING ACT 

(see now Planning Act. 1983 - S. 0.1983, c.1) 

Delegation of Authority of Minister 
under Section 53 of the Planning Act 

- Condominium Plans 

(revoked by 475/83) 

- Condominium Plans 

(revoked by 475/83) 

- Subdivision Plans 

(revoked by 476/83) 

NOTE: For Delegation of Authority Withdrawals 
see "Withdrawals of Delegation of 
Authority of Minister under " 

Notice Requirements - 

Restricted Area By-Laws 

(revoked by 404/83) 

Order of the Minister under Section 30 
of the Planning Act 

Town of Fort Erie in The Regional 
Municipality of Niagara, Lot 15 and 
parts of lots 14 and 16, Plan 
Number 32 

City of London in the County of 
Middlesex, Lot 35, Plan Number 630 

Township of Aldborough in the County 

of Elgin, Lot 7, Concession XII, 

Plan Number D-320 

Township of Essa in the County 

of Simcoe, Lot 19, Concession IV, 

Plan Number 51R-478 

Town of Bracebridge in the District 
Municipality of Muskoka, Lot 20 in 
Concession IX, Plan Number BR-1624 



784 



157/81 Apr. 4/81 
323/81 May 30/81 



785 



324/81 May 30/81 

147/83 Apr. 2/83 

78/82 Mar. 6/82 



2/81 Jan. 24/81 

3/81 Jan. 24/81 

8/81 Jan. 31/81 

12/81 Feb. 7/81 

17/81 Feb. 7/81 



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Town of Fort Erie in The Regional 
Municipality of Niagara, Lot 40, 
Plan Number 1088 and Lot 57, 
Plan Number 200 

Town of Blind River in the Territorial 

District of Algoma, Lot 376, 

Plan Number 487 

Town of Goderich in the County of 
Huron, lots 865 and 866, lots 888 and 
889, Plan Number 7 

City of Hamilton in The Regional 
Municipality of Hamil ton-Wen tworth, 
lots 6, 7, 8 and part of Lot 9 
Plan Number 62R-423 

Township of Bedford in the County of 
Frontenac, Lot 31, Concession VII, 
Plan Number R-95 

Township of Paipoonge in the 
Territorial District of Thunder Bay, 
Lot 25, Concession III, Parcel 2094.... 

Township of Snowdon in the 
Provisional County of Haliburton, 
Plan Number 19R-538 

Town of Newcastle, formerly in the 
Township of Darlington, in the County 
of Durham, Lot 23, Concession III 

Township of Dunwich in the County 

of Elgin, Lot 8, Concession VII 

Township of Rama in the County of 
Simcoe, formerly in the County of 

Ontario, Lot 19, Concession F 

(revoked by 486/81) 

Township of Rama in the County of 
Simcoe, Lot 19 , Concession F 

Town of Wasaga Beach formerly 
in the Village of Wasaga Beach, 
in the County of Simcoe, Lot 2, 
Concession XV, Plan Number 815 



34/81 Feb. 14/81 



54/81 Feb. 21/81 



74/81 Mar. 7/81 



86/81 


Mar. 


14/81 


124/81 


Mar. 


21/81 


189/81 


Apr. 


11/81 


211/81 


Apr. 


25/81 


234/81 


May 


2/81 


260/81 


May 


16/81 


261/81 


May 


16/81 


262/81 


May 


16/81 



263/81 May 16/81 



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Gazette 



Town of Wasaga Beach in the County 
of Simcoe, Plan Number 518942 and 
Plan Number 815 

Township of Verulam in the County 
of Victoria, Lot 11, Concession IV, 
Plan Number RD60 

Borough of York in The Municipality 
of Metropolitan Toronto, Parts of 
lots 314 and 315, Plan Number 1813 

Borough of York in The Municipality 
of Metropolitan Toronto, Parts of 
lots 17 and 18, Plan Number 847 

Township of Essa in the County of 
Simcoe, Part of the East Half of 
Lot 19, Concession IV, 
Plan Number 51R-478 

Township of Wainfleet in The Regional 
Municipality of Niagara, formerly in 
the County of Welland, Parts of 
lots 19 and 20, Concession III, 
Plan Number 778A 



Town of Fort Erie in The Regional 
Municipality of Niagara, formerly 
in the County of Welland, Part of 
Block F, Corporation Plan No. 24, 
now known as Plan 525 

Township of Amaranth in the County 
of Dufferin, Lot 1, Concession IX... 

Township of Carden in the County of 
Victoria, Lot 2, Concession IV, 
Plan Number 57R-228 

Town of Fort Erie in The Regional 
Municipality of Niagara, formerly 
in the Township of Bertie in the 
County of Welland, Lot 4, Cross 
Concession 

City of Toronto in The Municipality 
of Metropolitan Toronto, Lot 1, 
Plan Number 128E 



264/81 May 16/81 

351/81 June 13/81 

356/81 June 13/81 

357/81 June 13/81 

391/81 June 27/81 

392/81 June 27/81 

393/81 June 27/81 

403/81 July 4/81 

411/81 July 4/81 

450/81 July 18/81 

485/81 Aug. 8/81 






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Township of Rama in the County of 
Simcoe, formerly in the County of 
Ontario, Lot 19, Concession F 



City of Mississauga in The Regional 
Municipality of Peel, formerly in the 
Township of Toronto in the County of 
Peel, Lot 128, Plan Number 745 



Town of Wasaga Beach, formerly the 
Village of Wasaga Beach, in the 
County of Simcoe, Lot 5, Sixteenth 
Concession 



City of North York, formerly in the 
Borough of York, in The Municipality 
of Metropolitan Toronto, 
Plan Number 2056 



Town of East Gwillimbury in The 
Regional Municipality of York, Block E, 

Part I, Plan Number 402 , 

(revoked by 585/81) 

Town of East Gwillimbury in The 
Regional Municipality of York, Block E, 
Part I, Plan Number 402 



Town of Tay in the County of Simcoe, 
Lot 13, Plan Number 87 designated as 
Part 14, Plan Number 51R-1278 

City of Orillia, formerly in the 
Township of South Orillia, 
in the County of Simcoe, Lot 5, 
Concession IV, Parts 1, 2, 3 and 4 
Plan Number 51R-1130 

Geographic Township of Casgrain in the 

Territorial District of Cochrane, 

Lot 25, Concession VII 

Township of Rama in the County of 
Simcoe, Lot 5, Concession L 

Township of Nottawasaga in the 

County of Simcoe, Lot 32, 

Concession IV and V 



486/81 Aug. 8/81 



488/81 Aug. 8/81 



528/81 Aug. 29/81 



542/81 



577/81 



585/81 



612/81 



Sept. 5/81 

Sept. 12/81 

Sept. 12/81 

Oct. 3/81 



618/81 Oct. 10/81 



632/81 
674/81 



Oct. 17/81 
Oct. 24/81 



676/81 Oct. 31/81 



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Town of Markham in The Regional 
Municipality of York, formerly in the 
Township of Markham in the 
County of York, Parcel 6-1, 

Section MA-2 

(revoked by 861/81) 

City of Toronto and partly in the 
Borough of York, formerly in the 
Township of York, Plan No. 1885 



Town of Fort Erie in The Regional 
Municipality of Niagara, formerly 
in the Township of Bertie in the 
County of Welland, Lot 2, 
Concession II 



Township of Tay in the County of 
Simcoe, Lot 14, Plan Number 87, 
Part 5, Plan Number 51R-1278 



Township of Mariposa in the County 
of Victoria, lots 7 and 8, Concession 
A, Part 54, Plan Number R.D. 187 and 
Lot 98, Plan Number 553 



Town of Wasaga Beach in the County 
of Simcoe, Lot 26, Plan Number 1576. 



Town of Wasaga Beach, formerly in the 
Village of Wasaga Beach, in the County 
of Simcoe, part of Lot 6, Concession XVI, 
Plan Number 51R-553 



Town of Markham in The Regional 
Municipality of York, formerly in the 
Township of Markham in the County of 
York, Parcel 6-7 for Section MA-2 

Township of Lindsay in the County of 

Bruce, Lot 15, Concession VIII, 

Plan Number R-174 

Township of Emily in the County of 

Victoria, Lot 13, Concession I, 

Plan Number RD-44 

Township of Tay in the County of 
Simcoe, part of Lot 112, Concession II, 
Plan Number 51R-1231 



677/81 Oct. 31/81 

714/81 Nov. 7/81 

780/81 Dec. 5/81 

782/81 Dec. 5/81 

783/81 Dec. 5/81 

797/81 Dec. 12/81 

840/81 Jan. 2/82 

861/81 Jan. 9/82 

869/81 Jan. 16/82 

6/82 Jan. 30/82 

51/82 Feb. 20/82 



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Geographic Township of Monteith in the 
Territorial District of Parry Sound, 
part of Lot 31, Concession VIII, 
Plan Number PSR 1700 

Geographic Township of Monteith in the 
Territorial District of Parry Sound, 
part of Lot 31, Concession VIII, 
Plan Number PSR 1700 

Township of Tay in the County of Simcoe, 

part of Lot 13, 

Plan Number 51R-1278 

Township of Cardiff in the 

Provisional County of Haliburton, 

part of Lot 24, Concession VI 

Township of Bedford in the County of 

Frontenac, part of Lot 31, 

Concession VII 

City of North York in The 

Municipality of Metropolitan 

Toronto, part of Lot 64, 

Plan Number 761 1 

City of North York in The 

Municipality of Metropolitan 

Toronto, Lot 65, Plan Number 7611 , 

Township of Oxbridge in The Regional 
Municipality of Durham in the County of 
Ontario, part of Lot 14, Concession VII, 
Plan Number 414 , 

Town of Wasaga Beach in the County of 

Simncoe, Lot 43, 

Plan Number 1700 

Township of Tay in the County of Simcoe, 
Lot 83, Concession 1, 

Plan Number 51R-10463 

(revoked by 453/82) 

Township of Scugog in The Regional 
Municipality of Durham, Lot 5, 
Concession X, 
Plan Number 40R-4747 

Township of Tay in the County of Simcoe, 

lots 13 and 14, 

Plan Number 51R-1278 



64/82 Feb. 20/82 



65/82 Feb. 20/82 



80/82 Mar. 6/82 



81/82 Mar. 6/82 



87/82 Mar. 6/82 



112/82 



113/82 



163/82 



164/82 



175/82 



192/82 



Mar. 13/82 
Mar. 13/82 



143/82 Mar. 27/82 



Apr. 3/82 

Apr. 3/82 

Apr. 10/82 

Apr. 17/82 



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Township of Georgina in The Regional 
Municipality of York, Lot 11, 
Concession III, 
Plan NuBDber 86766B 

City of Mississauga in The Regional 

Municipality of Peel, Lot 162, 

Plan Number 771 

City of Mississauga in The Regional 

Municipality of Peel, Lot 5, 

Concession I, 

Plan Number 43R-9820 

Town of Wasaga Beach, County of Simcoe, 

Lot 6, Concession XVI, 

Plan Number RD469 

Township of Smith in the County of 
Peterborough, Lot 27, Concession XTV, 
Plan Number 45R-4201 

Town of Parry Sound, Territorial District 
of Parry Sound, Lots 114 and 115 on 
Westside of Highview Street, 
Plan Number 135 

Township of Mariposa, 

County of Victoria, Lot 40, 

Plan Number 553 

Township of Southwold, 

County of Elgin, Lot 45, 

Plan Number D-91 1 

Township of Mariposa, County of 

Victoria, Part 19 on Reference Plan, 

Lot 40, Plan Number 553 

(revoked by 435/82) 

Township of Essa in the County of 

Simcoe, Lot 19 in Concession IV, 

Plan Number 478 

Town of Wasaga Beach, formerly in the 
Township of Sunnidale, in the County of 
Simcoe, Lot 5, Concession XV, 
Plan Number 51R-1316 

Township of Adelaide, County of 

Middlesex, Concession III, Lot 19, 

Plan Number 295 



193/82 Apr. 17/82 

280/82 May 15/82 

292/82 May 22/82 

301/82 May 22/82 

316/82 May 29/82 

332/82 June 5/82 

371/82 

372/82 



381/52 



June 19/82 
June 19/82 
June 19/82 



402/82 June 26/82 

420/82 July 3/82 
421/82 July 3/82 



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Township of Adelaide, County of 

Middlesex, Concession III, Lot 20, 

Plan Number 295 

Township of Normandy, County of 

Grey, Lot 30, Concession XIII 

Township of Mariposa, County of 
Victoria, Part 19 on Reference Plan, 
Lot 40, Plan Number 553, 
(revoking Reg. ) 

Township of Beaucage in the Territorial 
District of Nipissing, Lot 12, Concession I, 
Plan Number P-2259 

Township of Lindsay, County of Bruce, 

Lot 15, Concession VIII, 

Plan Number R-174 

Township of Tay, County of Simcoe, 

Lot 83, Concession I, 

Plan Number 51R-10463 

Township of Leamington, County of 

Essex, Lot 10, Plan Number 198 

Village of Elora, County of Wellington 

Wellington South (No.61), 

Plan Number 181 

Township of London, County of 

Middlesex, Concession XI 

Township of Matchedash, County of 
Simcoe, Lot 20, Concession VIII 

Village of Elora, County of Wellington, 
Wellington South (No. 61) as Number 181, 
Plan Number WGR-14 

Township of Himsworth South, 

District of Parry Sound, Lot 11, 

Concession XVII, Number PSR, 

Plan 290 

Township of Cardiff, Provisional 

County of Haliburton, Lot 24, 

Concession VI 



422/82 
427/82 



July 3/82 
July 3/82 



435/82 


July 


10/82 


446/82 


July 


17/82 


452/82 


July 


17/82 


453/82 


July 


17/82 


461/82 


July 


24/82 


481/82 


July 


31/82 


493/82 


Aug. 


7/82 


510/82 


Aug. 


14/82 



511/82 Aug. 14/82 

512/82 Aug. 14/82 
578/82 Sept. 11/82 



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Town of Halton Hills, The Regional 
Municipality of Halton (formerly the 
Town of Acton in the County of Halton) 
Lot 40, Plan Number 772 

Township of West Lincoln, The Regional 
Municipality of Niagara (Formerly in the 
Township of Gainsborough, County of Lincoln) 
Lot 19, Concession IV 

Township of Cardiff, Provisional County 

of Haliburton, Lot 24, 

Concession VI 

Township of Innisfil, County of 
Simcoe, Lot 30, Concession XIII, 

Plan Number 660 

(revoked by 4/83) 

Township of Adjala in the County 

of Simcoe, Plan Number RD-622 

Township of Innisfil in the County 

of Simcoe, Lot 26, Concession XI 

Township of Bay ham in the County 

of Elgin 

Township of Essa in the County 

of Simcoe, Lot 19, Concession IV 

Township of Tudhope in the 

Territorial District of Timiskaming, 

Lot 1 1 , Concession 1 , Plan Number 

54R-1 327 

Township of Essa in the County 

of Simcoe, Lot 19, Concession IV, 

Plan Number 51R-11213 

Township of Lindsay in the County 

of Bruce, Lot 15, Concession VIII, 

Plan Number R-174 

Township of Cramahe in the 

County of Northumberland, Lots 

14, 15 and 16 in Concession IV 

Township of Brant in the County 

of Bruce, Lot 30, Concession II 



603/82 Sept. 25/82 



605/82 


Sept. 


25/82 


666/82 


Oct. 


23/82 


675/82 


Oct. 


23/82 


691/82 


Oct. 


30/82 


699/82 


Nov. 


6/82 


735/82 


Nov. 


20/82 


756/82 


Dec. 


4/82 



759/82 


Dec. 


4/82 


763/82 


Dec. 


4/82 


764/82 


Dec. 


4/82 


788/82 


Dec. 


4/82 


811/82 


Jan. 


1/83 



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Township of Innisfil in the County 
of Simcoe, Part of Broken, Lot 30, 
Concession XIII and Part of Lot 39 
and Block G, Plan Number 660 4/83 Jan. 22/83 

Town of Wasaga Beach (formerly in the 

township of Sunnidale) in the County 

Simcoe, Lot 6, Concession XVI, 

Plan Number 53 1 * 18/83 Jan. 29/83 

Town of Rayside - Balfour in The 

Regional Municipality of Sudbury, 

Lot 1, Concession III, 

Plan Number 53R-3792 52/83 Feb. 5/83 

Town of Lindsay, formerly in the 

Township of Ops, in the County of 

Victoria, east half of Lot 20 in 

Concession IV, Plan Number 97956; 

Lot 20, Concession IV, 

Plan Number 13415 59/83 Feb. 5/83 

Town of Onaping Falls 

formerly in the Township 

of Dowling, in The Regional 

Municipality of Sudbury, 

Lot 10, Concession IV 89/83 Feb. 26/83 

Town of Wasaga Beach, 

formerly in the Township 

of Nottawasaga, County 

of Simcoe, Lot 8, 

Plan Number 862 105/83 Mar. 12/83 

Town of Fort Erie in The 

Regional Municipality of 

Niagara, parts of Lots 13 

and 14, Plan Number 328 for the 

Town of Fort Erie and 

Plan Number 2371 for the former 

Township of Bertie, now 

known as Plan Number 992 109/83 Mar. 12/83 

City of Cornwall in the 

United Counties of Stormont, 

Dundas and Glengarry, Lot 7, 

Concession 1 110/83 Mar. 19/83 

Township of Wolford in the 

United Counties of Leeds and 

Grenville, Lot 10, 

Concession II 111/83 Mar. 19/83 



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Township of Orillia in the 

County of Simcoe, Lot 2 

Concession 1, Plan Number 478 115/83 Mar. 19/83 

Township of Dack, in the 

Territorial District of Timiskaming, 

Parcel 17567, 

South Section Timiskaming 143/83 Mar. 26/83 

Township of Tay in the County of 

Simcoe, part of Lot 13 

Plan Number 51 R-1 278 181/83 Apr. 16/83 

Town of Vfesaga Beach in the 

County of Simcoe, Lot 40 

Plan Number 1700 182/83 Apr. 16/83 

Township of Croft in the 

Territorial District of Parry Sound, 

Lots 21 and 22, Concession III, 

Plan Number P5R 1904 207/83 Apr. 23/83 

City of Mississauga in The 

Regional Municipality of Peel, 

formerly in the Township of Toronto 

in the County of Peel, 

part of Lot 125 

Plan Number 774 216/83 Apr. 30/83 

Township of Hagerman in the 

Territorial District of Parry Sound, 

parts of Lots 28, 29 and 30 in 

Concession VII 

Plan Number 260 217/83 Apr. 30/83 

Town of Fort Erie in The Regional 

Municipality of Niagara, formerly in 

the Village of Crystal Beach in the 

County of Vfelland, 

part of Block P 

Plan Number 544 243/83 May 14/83 

Township of Evanturel in the 

Territorial District of Timiskaming, 

part of the south half of Lot 7 

in Concession I 249/83 May 14/83 



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Townships of Belmont and Methuen, 

formerly in the Township of Methuen, 

in the County of Peterborough, 

parts of Lot 30 in Concession IX 315/83 June 1 1 /83 

Township of Mariposa in the 

County of Victoria, 

part of Lot 1 in Concession C, 

part 6 Number R.D.200 

Lot 1 1 Number 547 327/83 June 18/83 

Township of Howard in the County of Kent, 

half Lot 93, Number 219087 329/83 June 18/83 

Township of Mariposa in the 

County of Victoria 

part of Lot 8 in Concession A 

Number R.D. 187 352/83 June 25/83 

Town of Goderich in the 

County of Huron 

West half of Lot 376 

Plan Number 457 357/83 July 2/83 

Town of Huntsville in the 

District Municipality of Muskoka, 

formerly in the Township of Chaffey in the 

District of Muskoka, 

Part of Lot 1 1 , Concession III 

Township of Chaffey 

Part 18, Plan Number BR-1 048 420/83 July 16/83 

Town of Aylmer in the 

County of Elgin 

Lots 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 of Plan 301 421/83 July 16/83 

Town of Rayside-Balfour in The 

Regional Municipality of Sudbury,' 

part of Lot 1 in Concession III, 

Plan Number 53R-3792 467/83 Aug. 6/83 

Town of Rayside-Balfour in The 

Regional Municipality of Sudbury, 

part of Lot 1 in Concession III, 

Plan Number 53R-3792 468/83 Aug. 6/83 



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Township of Fenelon in the 

County of Victoria 

part of Lot 30 in Concession VII 

Township of Georgina, in The 
Regional Municipality of York, 
formerly in the County of York, 
part of Lot Numbers 22 and 23 in 
Concession 1 

City of Mississauga in The 

Regional Municipality of Peel 

(formerly in the Township of Toronto, 

in the County of Peel) 

part of Block B, Plan Number 680 

(An asterisk (*) denotes that the Regulation has 

been amended prior to January 1, 1981 but 

the amendments are not shown.) 

(- for amendments to the end of 1980 

- see Table of Regulations published in 

The Ontario Gazette dated March 14, 1981 or 

in the Statutes of Ontario, 1980.) 

Restricted Areas - (now zoning) 
County of Brant, 

Township of Brantford 

Township of Brantford (revoking Reg.). 

County of Bruce, 

Township of Brant (revoking Reg.) 

Township of Carrick 

amended 

Township of Huron (revoking Reg.) 

Town of Kincardine (revoking Reg.).... 

County of Elgin, 

Township of Bayham (•284/74) 

amended 

(revoked by 799/82) 

Township of Bayham (revoking Reg.).... 

Township of Malahide (revoking Reg.).. 

County of Essex, 

Township of Colchester South 
(revoking Reg. ) 



472/83 Aug. 13/83 



518/83 Aug. 27/83 



519/83 Aug. 27/83 



•295/74 

695/82 Nov. 6/82 

747/82 Nov. 27/82 

•274/74 

358/83 July 2/83 

746/82 Nov. 27/82 

748/82 Nov. 27/82 

738/81 Nov. 21/81 

799/82 Dec. 25/82 

588/82 Sept. 18/82 

176/82 Apr. 10/82 



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Township of Mersea (revoking Reg.).... 

Township of Tilbury North 

amended 

County of Frontenac, 

Township of Bedford (revoking Reg.)... 

County of Grey, 

Township of Glenelg 

County of Haliburton, 

Township of Cardiff (revoking Reg.)... 

County of Hastings, 

Township of Sidney (revoking Reg.).... 

Township of Thurlow 

amended 

County of Huron, 

Township of East Wawanosh 

(revoking Reg. ) 

Township of Hay (revoking Reg.) 

Township of Morris (revoking Reg.).... 

Township of Stephen 

amended 

Township of Turnberry 

( revoking Reg. ) 

Township of Usborne 

County of Kent, 

Township of Camden (revoking Reg.).... 

Township of Chatham (*10/73) 

amended 

amended 

amended 

(revoked by 642/82) 

Township of Chatham (revoking Reg.)... 
Township of Harwich 

Township of Raleigh (revoking Reg.)... 



632/82 Oct. 9/82 

•674 of R.R.O. , 1970 

701/83 Nov. 19/83 



159/81 Apr. 4/81 
•294/74 

604/82 Sept. 25/82 

305/82 May 22/82 

•318/74 

218/83 Apr. 30/83 

238/82 May 1/82 

241/82 May 1/82 

239/82 May 1/82 

•289/74 

410/81 July 4/81 

240/82 May 1/82 
•287/74 

214/82 Apr. 24/82 



752/81 Nov. 28/81 
809/81 Dec. 19/81 
587/82 Sept. 18/82 



642/82 Oct. 16/82 
69/81 Mar. 7/81 
68/81 Mar. 7/8 1 



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Township of Raleigh 

County of Lambton, 

Township of Bosanquet (revoking Reg.). 

Township of Moore 

Township of Warwick 

amended 

County of Lanark, 

Township of Drumnond (revoking Reg.).. 

County of Leeds and Grenville, 

Township of Front of Leeds and 
Lansdowne (revoking Reg.) 

Township of Oxford (on Rideau) 

amended 

Township of South Elmsley 

Township of South Gower 

County of Northumberland, 

Township of Murray (revoking Reg.).... 

County of Ontario (now The Regional 
Municipality of Durham), 

Township of Pickering (now the Town 
of Pickering) 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Township of Oxbridge 

amended 

amended 

amended 



70/81 Mar. 7/81 



100/82 


Mar. 


6/82 


250/83 


May 


14/83 


•281/74 
851/81 


Jan. 


9/82 


531/81 


Aug. 


29/81 


5^7/82 


Aug. 


21/82 


372/77 
22/81 


Feb. 


14/81 


•310/74 






371/77 






862/81 


Jan. 


16/82 



•102/72 
208/81 
209/81 
833/81 
852/81 
165/82 
492/82 
64/83 
93/83 
194/83 
283/83 
291/83 
310/83 
311/83 
469/83 

•103/72 
538/81 
426/82 
584/83 



Apr. 

Apr. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Apr. 

Aug. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Apr. 

May 

May 

June 

June 

Aug. 



18/81 

25/81 

2/82 

9/82 

3/82 

7/82 

12/83 

26/83 

16/83 

28/83 

28/83 

4/83 

4/83 

6/83 



Aug. 29/81 
July 3/82 
Oct. 1/83 



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County of Oxford, 

Township of Tillsonburg 

County of Perth, 

Township of Elma (revoking Reg.) 

Township of Wallace (revoking Reg.)... 

County of Peterborough, 

Township of North Monaghan 

Township of Smith 

Township of Smith 

County of Prescott and Russell, 

Township of West Hawkesbury 

County of Prince Edward, 

Township of North Marysburgh 

( revoking Reg. ) 

Township of Sophiasburgh (revoking Reg.) 

County of Renfrew, 

Township of Admaston 

Township of Alice and Fraser 

Township of Horton 

Township of McNab 

amended 

Township of Pembroke 

Township of Rolph, Buchanan, Wylie 
and McKay 

Township of Stafford (revoking Reg.).. 

County of Simcoe, 

Township of Essa 

Township of Innisfil 

amended 

Township of Innisfil 

amended 

amended 

amended 



•347/74 

182/82 Apr. 10/82 
183/82 Apr. 10/82 

377/77 
720/79 
879/79 

•321/74 



812/81 


Dec. 


19/81 


696/82 


Nov. 


6/82 


•316/74 






•314/74 






•317/74 






•311/74 
437/81 


July 


11/81 



•315/74 
•312/74 

697/82 Nov. 
•299/74 



6/82 



1034/80 

20/82 Feb. 6/82 

675/81 Oct. 24/81 

438/82 July 10/82 

621/82 Oct. 9/82 

719/82 Nov. 13/82 



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amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Township of Nottawasaga 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended , 

amended 

amended , 

amended 

amended , 

amended , 

amended 

amended 

Township of Nottawasaga 

Township of Tay (revoking Reg.). 

Township of Tecumseth , 

amended 



284/83 May 28/83 

319/83 June 11/83 

498/83 Aug. 20/83 

786/83 Jan. 7/84 



•675 of R.R.O. , 


1970 




185/81 


Apr. 


11/81 


237/81 


May 


2/81 


366/81 


June 


20/81 


367/81 


June 


20/81 


474/81 


Aug. 


1/81 


518/81 


Aug. 


22/81 


545/81 


Sept. 


5/81 


624/81 


Oct. 


10/81 


684/81 


Oct. 


31/81 


878/81 


Jan. 


16/82 


56/82 


Feb. 


20/82 


101/82 


Mar. 


6/82 


142/82 


Mar. 


27/82 


373/82 


June 


19/82 


378/82 


June 


19/82 


395/82 


June 


26/82 


462/82 


July 


24/82 


509/82 


Aug. 


14/82 


557/82 


Aug. 


28/82 


585/82 


Sept. 


18/82 


586/82 


Sept. 


18/82 


631/82 


Oct. 


9/82 


662/82 


Oct. 


23/82 


703/82 


Nov. 


6/82 


65/83 


Feb. 


12/83 


117/83 


Mar. 


19/83 


262/83 


May 


21/83 


312/83 


June 


4/83 


313/83 


June 


4/83 


354/83 


July 


2/83 


390/83 


July 


9/83 


391/83 


July 


9/83 


449/83 


July 


30/83 


534/83 


Sept. 


10/83 


535/83 


Sept. 


10/83 


536/83 


Sept. 


10/83 


537/83 


Sept. 


10/83 


574/83 


Sept. 


24/83 


694/83 


Nov. 


19/83 


302/82 


May 


22/82 


148/81 


Apr. 


4/81 


•300/74 






616/82 


Oct. 


2/82 



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Gazette 



Township of Tiny 

Township of Vespra 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

County of Victoria, 

Township of Ops (revoking Reg.) 

District of Algoma, 

geographic townships of Cobden, 

Striker, Scarfe and Mack 

amended 

geographic townships of Lewis, 

Long, Shedden,Spragge and Striker. . . . 

amended 

amended 

geographic Township of West 

amended 

Sault Ste. Marie North Planning Area. 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 



190/81 


Apr. 


11/81 


•62/73 






202/81 


Apr. 


18/81 


274/81 


May 


16/81 


307/81 


May 


23/81 


491/81 


Aug. 


8/81 


492/81 


Aug. 


8/81 


519/81 


Aug. 


22/81 


374/82 


June 


19/82 


375/82 


June 


19/82 


765/82 


Dec. 


4/82 


5/83 


Jan. 


22/83 


761/83 


Dec. 


17/83 


771/83 


Dec. 


24/83 


715/81 


Nov. 


7/81 


409/82 


June 


26/82 


332/83 


June 


18/83 


•662 of R.R.O. , 


1970 




370/82 


June 


12/82 


409/82 


June 


26/82 


182/81 


Apr. 


11/81 


308/81 


May 


30/81 


279/80 






161/81 


Apr. 


4/81 


281/81 


May 


23/81 


380/81 


June 


20/81 


497/81 


Aug. 


15/81 


716/81 


Nov. 


7/81 


863/81 


Jan. 


16/82 


2/82 


Jan. 


23/82 


63/82 


Feb. 


20/82 


159/82 


Apr. 


3/82 


266/82 


May 


8/82 


333/82 


June 


5/82 


514/82 


Aug. 


14/82 


583/82 


Sept. 


11/82 


118/83 


Mar. 


19/83 


139/83 


Mar. 


26/83 


204/83 


Apr. 


23/83 


529/83 


Sept. 


3/83 


548/83 


Sept. 


10/83 


593/83 


Oct. 


15/83 



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District of Cochrane, 

Town of Kapuskasing 

Town of Kapuskasing 

Township of Glackmeyer 

geographic townships of Casgrain, 
Hanlan, Kendall, Lowther and Hay 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

geographic townships of O'Brien, 
Owen and Teetzel 

Sunday Lake Area and Lower Detour 
Lake Area 

District of Kenora, 

geographic Township of Baird 

geographic Township of Baird 

geographic townships of Brownridge, 
Ewart, Glass, Kirkup and Pelican 

geographic Township of Forgie 

geographic Township of Pellatt 

geographic Township of Pettypiece 

geographic Township of Van Home 

geographic Township of Wainwright 

geographic Township of Wainwright 

territorial District of Kenora 
(Part of Sumner Resort Location 
L.K. 324 - Parcel 15400 - District of 
Kenora Freehold) 

Territorial District of Kenora 

Territorial District of Kenora 

Territorial District of Kenora 



•669 of R.R.O. , 1970 
172/75 
•271/74 



•493/78 
63/81 



Feb. 28/81 

486/82 July 31/82 

230/83 May 7/83 

326/83 June 18/83 



423/78 

280/81 May 23/81 

12/78 

162/82 Apr. 3/82 

482/71 

798/81 Dec. 12/81 

783/82 Dec. 18/82 

177/80 

343/82 June 12/82 

797/79 

326/81 May 30/81 

327/81 May 30/81 

718/82 Nov. 13/82 

662/83 Oct. 29/83 

663/83 Oct. 29/83 



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District of Manitoulin, 

geographic townships of Campbell, 
Dawson, Mills and Robinson (*153/74) 

amended , 

amended , 

amended , 

amended , 

(revoked by 672/81) 

District of Manitoulin, 

geographic townships of Campbell, 

Dawson, Mills and Robinson , 

amended , 

amended , 

amended , 

amended , 

amended , 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

District of Nipissing, 

geographic townships of Askin, 
Gladman, Joan and Macpherson 

geographic Township of Phelps 

geographic Township of Phyllis 

geographic Township of Strathy 

part of the District 

(see Schedule to the Regulation) 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 



144/81 Mar. 28/81 

158/81 Apr. 4/81 

435/81 July 11/81 

530/81 Aug. 29/81 



24/81 
24/82 

8/82 
12/82 
17/82 
25/82 
23/83 
23/83 
29/83 
12/83 

3/83 



672/81 


Oct. 


206/82 


Apr. 


267/82 


May 


369/82 


June 


444/82 


July 


610/82 


Sept 


205/83 


Apr. 


206/83 


Apr. 


652/83 


Oct. 


692/83 


Nov. 


717/83 


Dec. 



486/71 



774/83 


Dec. 


31/83 


811/81 


Dec. 


19/81 


•666 of R.R.O. , 


1970 




•540/74 






35/81 


Feb. 


14/81 


75/81 


Mar. 


7/81 


397/81 


June 


27/81 


457/81 


July 


25/81 


562/81 


Sept. 


12/81 


563/81 


Sept. 


12/81 


564/81 


Sept. 


12/81 


673/81 


Oct. 


24/81 


740/81 


Nov. 


21/81 


745/81 


Nov. 


28/81 


758/81 


Nov. 


28/81 


830/81 


Dec. 


26/81 


831/81 


Dec. 


26/81 


57/82 


Feb. 


20/82 


149/82 


Apr. 


3/82 


209/82 


Apr. 


24/82 


210/82 


Apr. 


24/82 


334/82 


June 


5/82 


361/82 


June 


12/82 


383/82 


June 


19/82 



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R.R.O. 

1980 O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



amended , 

amended , 

amended , 

amended , 

amended , 

amended , 

amended , 

amended , 

amended , 

amended , 

amended , 

amended , 

amended , 

amended , 

amended , 

amended , 

amended , 

Township of Temagami 

amended 

amended , 

amended 

amended 

District of Parry Sound, 

geographic Township of Croft 

geographic Township of Croft 

geographic Township of East Mills. . . . 

geographic Township of Ferguson 

amended 

geographic Township of Ferguson 
(Plan M-478) 

geographic Township of Ferguson 
(Plan M-512) 

geographic townships of McKenzie 
and Patterson 

amended 

amended 

District of Rainy River, 

geographic Township of Miscampbell. . . 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Registered Plan No. SM-293 (south of 
the geographic Township of Trottier). 

Township of Alberton 



463/82 


July 


24/82 


464/82 


July 


24/82 


485/82 


July 


31/82 


500/82 


Aug. 


7/82 


581/82 


Sept. 


11/82 


582/82 


Sept. 


11/82 


678/82 


Oct. 


23/82 


702/82 


Nov. 


6/82 


708/82 


Nov. 


13/82 


777/82 


Dec. 


11/82 


846/82 


Jan. 


8/83 


337/83 


June 


25/83 


680/83 


Nov. 


12/83 


712/83 


Nov. 


26/83 


775/83 


Dec. 


31/83 


776/83 


Dec. 


31/83 


777/83 


Dec. 


31/83 


•667 of R.R.O. , 


1970 




561/81 


Sept. 


12/81 


454/82 


July 


17/82 


535/82 


Aug. 


21/82 


17/83 


Jan. 


22/83 


153/80 






1110/80 






1133/80 






1109/80 






396/81 


June 


27/81 


537/82 


Aug. 


21/82 


538/82 


Aug. 


21/82 


•484/71 






74/82 


Feb. 


27/82 


405/82 


June 


26/82 



449/74 

575/81 Sept. 12/81 

603/81 Sept. 19/81 

712/81 Nov. 7/81 



483/71 
•268/74 



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1980 O.Reg 



mte of 
Gazette 



District of Sudbury, 

geographic Townships of Emo and 
Strathearn 

geographic Township of Ivanhoe.. 

part of the District (»568/72) 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

(revoked by 834 /81) 

Territorial District of Sudbury. 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 



485/71 






831/82 


Jan. 


8/83 


1/81 


Jan. 


24/81 


14/81 


Feb. 


7/81 


384/81 


June 


27/81 


385/81 


June 


27/81 


477/81 


Aug. 


1/81 


487/81 


Aug. 


8/81 


509/81 


Aug. 


15/81 


532/81 


Aug. 


29/81 


543/81 


Sept. 


5/81 


572/81 


Sept. 


12/81 


834/81 


Jan. 


2/82 


67/82 


Feb. 


20/82 


79/82 


Mar. 


6/82 


110/82 


Mar. 


13/82 


116/82 


Mar. 


20/82 


117/82 


Mar. 


20/82 


118/82 


Mar. 


20/82 


242/82 


May 


1/82 


243/82 


May 


1/82 


257/82 


May 


1/82 


450/82 


July 


17/82 


476/82 


July 


24/82 


501/82 


Aug. 


7/82 


563/82 


Sept. 


4/82 


584/82 


Sept. 


11/82 


611/82 


Sept. 


25/82 


700/82 


Nov. 


6/82 


701/82 


Nov. 


6/82 


53/83 


Feb. 


5/83 


183/83 


Apr. 


16/83 


208/83 


Apr. 


23/83 


261/83 


May 


21/83 


292/83 


May 


28/83 


293/83 


May 


28/83 


349/83 


June 


25/83 


473/83 


Aug. 


13/83 


488/83 


Aug. 


20/83 


547/83 


Sept. 


10/83 


564/83 


Sept. 


24/83 


577/83 


Oct. 


1/83 


585/83 


Oct. 


1/83 


586/83 


Oct. 


1/83 


714/83 


Nov. 


26/83 



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R.R.O. 

1980 O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



Township of Baldwin 

District of Thunder Bay, 

geographic townships of Ashmore, 

Errington, Fulford and McQuesten 

amended 

geographic townships of Gorham 

and Hare 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

geographic Township of Lyon 

geographic townships of Pearson 

and Scoble 

amended 

amended 

geographic Township of Upsala 

geographic Township of Upsala 

amended , 

Savant Lake Townsite 

(Registered Part M-56) 

District of Timiskaming, 

Town of Charlton, the Township of 
Chamberlain and the geographic 
townships of Boston, Dack, Evanturel, 
Lebel, Marquis, Marter, McElroy, 

Otto and Pacaud , 

amended , 

amended , 

amended , 

amended , 

amended , 

amended , 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 



•270/71 



364/81 


June 


20/81 


441/83 


July 


23/83 


•109/75 






288/82 


May 


15/82 


664/82 


Oct. 


23/82 


690/82 


Oct. 


30/82 


796/82 


Dec. 


18/82 


362/83 


July 


9/83 


576/83 


Oct. 


1/83 



897/79 



•219/75 
442/83 
545/83 


July 
Sept. 


23/83 
10/83 


296/80 






64/81 
533/81 


Feb. 
Aug. 


28/81 
29/81 



131/80 



•671 of R.R.O. 


1970 




143/81 


Mar. 


28/81 


243/81 


May 


9/81 


355/81 


June 


13/81 


458/81 


July 


25/81 


490/81 


Aug. 


8/81 


527/81 


Aug. 


22/81 


539/81 


Aug. 


29/81 


172/82 


Apr. 


10/82 


208/82 


Apr. 


24/82 


403/82 


June 


26/82 


643/82 


Oct. 


16/82 


645/82 


Oct. 


16/82 


749/82 


Nov. 


27/82 


83/83 


Feb. 


19/83 


486/83 


Aug. 


20/83 



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1980 



O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



amended 

amended 

Town of Charlton 

geographic Township of Grenfell 

geographic Township of Grenfell 

geographic Township of Haultain 

Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto, 

the Borough of Scarborough 

Regional Municipality of Durham, 

Town of Ajax 

Town of Pickering 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Township of Oxbridge (formerly the 
Township of Scott in the County of 
Ontario) 

Town of Whitby 

Regional Municipality of Haldimand-Norfolk, 
townships of Delhi and Norfolk 
(formerly in the Township of Middleton) 

Regional Municipality of Niagara, Township 
of West Lincoln (revoking Reg.) 

Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton, 

Township of Cumberland 

amended 

Township of West Carle ton (formerly 
in the Township of Fitzroy) 

Township of West Carleton (formerly 
in the Township of Fitzroy) 

Regional Municipality of Waterloo, 

City of Cambridge (formerly in the 
Township of North Dumfries) 

Regional Municipality of York, 

Town of Markham 

amended 



487/83 Aug. 20/83 
672/83 Nov. 5/83 

•356/80 

647/83 Oct. 29/83 

679/83 Nov. 12/83 

467/80 

• 20/74 

• 18/74 



« 19/74 

779/81 
394/82 
160/83 
195/83 


Dec. 
June 
Apr. 
Apr. 


9/81 
26/82 

9/83 
16/83 


•634/77 






•467/74 






•347/74 






165/81 


Apr. 


4/81 


•323/74 
152/81 


Apr. 


4/81 


670 of R.R.O. , 


1970 




•325/74 







535/79 



•104/72 
125/81 Mar. 21/81 



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125 



R.R.O. 
1980 



O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 






amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Town of Markham , 

(revoked by 317/82) 

Town of Markham (revoking Reg.), 

Town of Richmond Hill , 

Town of Wutchurch-Stouffville.. 
amended , 

Rules of Procedure 

- Consent Applications , 

amended , 

amended , 

amended , 

(revoked by 406/83) 

- Minor Variance Applications 

amended 

amended , 

(revoked by 447/83) 

Subdivision Control, 

County of Hastings - Plan No. 38 

District of Algoma - Plan M-51 

District of Algoma - Plan R-812 

District of Cochrane - Plan M-13 

District of Kenora - Plans M-133 

and M-134 

amended 

District of Manitoulin - Plans 46 
and 49 



207/81 


Apr. 


18/81 


349/81 


June 


13/81 


436/81 


July 


11/81 


444/81 


July 


18/81 


540/81 


Sept. 


5/81 


670/81 


Oct. 


24/81 


789/81 


Dec. 


12/81 


8/82 


Jan. 


30/82 


138/82 


Mar. 


27/82 


388/82 


June 


19/82 


663/82 


Oct. 


23/82 


770/82 


Dec. 


11/82 


850/82 


Jan. 


15/83 


737/83 


Dec. 


10/83 


747/83 


Dec. 


17/83 


269/81 


May 


16/81 


317/82 


May 


29/82 


268/81 


May 


16/81 


•101/72 






369/81 


June 


20/81 


786 






467/81 


July 


25/81 


28/82 


Feb. 


13/82 


439/82 


July 


10/82 


787 






466/81 


July 


25/81 


554/82 


Aug. 


28/82 


673 of R.R.O., 


1970 




216/72 






357/80 






402/72 






308/79 






494/82 


Aug. 


7/82 



711/81 Nov. 7/81 



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R.R.O. 
1980 



O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



District of Nipissing - Plans M-66, 
M-251 and M-269 

District of Thunder Bay - Plans 431 
and 619 

District of Thunder Bay - Plan M-56 

District of Thunder Bay - Plan M-103... 

Withdrawal of Delegation of Authority 
of Minister under Section 53 of the 

Planning Act 

(revoked by 789/82) 

Withdrawal of Delegation of Authority 
of Minister under Section 53 of the 
Planning Act 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

Delegation of Authority of Minister 
under Section 4 of the Planning Act, 1983 

Condominium Plans 

Consents 

Official Plans 

Subdivision Plans 

Notice Requirements - 

Interim Control By-Laws 

Official Plans and Community 
Improvement Plans 

Removal of Holding Symbol from 

Zoning By-law 

Zoning By-Laws 

Planning Board Fees 

Rules of Procedure 

- Consent Applications 

- Minor Variance Applications 



668 of R.R.O. , 1970 

362/75 
343/79 
221/80 



785/82 Dec. 18/82 



789/82 Dec. 18/82 



475/83 Aug. 13/83 

474/83 Aug. 13/83 

477/83 Aug. 13/83 

476/83 Aug. 13/83 

405/83 July 16/83 

402/83 July 16/83 

403/83 July 16/83 

404/83 July 16/83 

481/83 Aug. 13/83 

406/83 July 16/83 

447/83 July 30/83 



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R.R.O. 
1980 0. 



Date of 
Gazette 






PLANT DISEASES ACT 

General 788 

POLICE ACT 

Arbitration 789 

Equipment 790 

amended 

amended 

General - Discipline 791 

Municipal Police Forces 792 

Responsibility of Policing 793 

amended 

POWER CORPORATION ACT 

Electrical Safety Code 794 

Fees 795 

(revoked by 384/82) 

Fees 

Pension and Insurance Plan 796 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Water Heaters 797 

PREARRANGED FUNERAL SERVICES ACT 

Trust Accounts 798 

PRIVATE HOSPITALS ACT 

General 799 

amended 

PRIVATE INVESTIGATORS AND SECURITY GUARDS ACT 

General 800 

PRIVATE VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS ACT 

General 801 

amended 

amended 



336/81 June 6/81 
816/82 Jan. 1/83 



837/82 Jan. 8/83 



384/82 June 19/82 



442/82 July 10/82 

173/83 Apr. 9/83 

530/83 Sept. 3/83 

768/83 Dec. 24/83 



628/81 Oct. 10/81 



499/81 Aug. 15/81 
184/83 Apr. 16/83 



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R.R.O. 
1980 



O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS ACT 

Consulting Engineers 

Designation of Specialists 

General 

Practice and Procedure for Hearings 

PROVINCIAL COURT (CIVIL DIVISION) PROJECT ACT 
(now Provincial Court (Civil Division) Act 
- see S.O. 1982, c. 58, s. 1) 

Rules of the Provincial Court 

(Civil Division) 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

PROVINCIAL COURTS ACT 

Destruction of Records Made by 

Court Reporter 

Observation and Detention Homes 

Remuneration of Part-Time Provincial 
Judges 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Rules of Practice and Procedure 

of the Provincial Offences Courts 

amended 

Rules of the Provincial Court 

(Family Division) 

amended 

Salaries and Benefits of Provincial 
Judges 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 



802 
803 
804 
805 



806 



732/81 Nov. 21/81 

284/82 May 15/82 

450/83 July 30/83 

453/83 July 30/83 



60/83 Feb. 12/83 



807 








808 


81/81 
719/81 
574/82 
566/83 


Mar. 
Nov. 
Sept. 
Sept. 


14/81 
14/81 
11/82 
24/83 


809 


651/82 


Oct. 


16/82 


810 


652/82 


Oct. 


16/82 


811 


426/81 
177/82 
573/82 
372/83 
565/83 


July 

Apr. 

Sept. 

July 

Sept. 


11/81 
10/82 
11/82 
9/83 
24/83 



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R.R.O. 
1980 



0.] 



Date of 
Gazette 



Stenographic Reporters 812 

PROVINCIAL LAND TAX ACT 

Exemption 813 

Forms 

General 814 

amended 

amended 

PROVINCIAL OFFENCES ACT 

Costs 815 

amended 

Extensions of Prescribed Times 816 

Fine Option Program 

Proceedings Commenced by Certificate 

of Offence 817 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Rules of Practice and Procedure on Appeals 

in the Court of Appeal under the Provincial 

Offences Act 818 

Rules of Practice and Procedure on Appeals 

in the County and District Courts and the 

Provincial Court (Criminal Division) under 

Section 99 of the Act 819 

Rules of Practice and Procedure on Appeals 

in the Provincial Court (Criminal Division) 

under Section 1 18 of the Act 820 

PROVINCIAL PARKS ACT 

Designation of Parks 821 

amended 

amended 



303/83 June 4/83 



508/83 Aug. 27/83 
549/83 Sept. 10/83 



285/82 May 15/82 



142/83 Mar. 26/83 



517/81 Aug. 15/81 

382/82 June 19/82 

686/82 Oct. 30/82 

713/82 Nov. 13/82 

766/82 Dec. 11/82 

33/83 Feb. 5/83 



279/81 May 23/81 
429/82 July 3/82 



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R.R.O. 
1980 



O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

General 822 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Guides in Quetico Provincial Park 823 

Mining in Provincial Parks 

Mining - Ojibway Prairie Provincial 

Nature Reserve 824 

PSYCHOLOGISTS REGISTRATION ACT 

General 825 

amended 

amended 

PUBLIC ACCOUNTANCY ACT 

Licence Fee 826 

PUBLIC COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ACT 

Carrying Goods in Bond 827 

Conditions of Carriage - 

Freight Forwarders 828 

General Freight Carriers 829 

Livestock Carriers 830 

Used Household Goods Carriers 83 1 

Extending Validity of Public 

Commercial Vehicle Licences 

(expired) 

Extending Validity of Public 

Commercial Vehicle Licences 

(expired) 



768/82 


Dec. 


11/82 


154/83 


Apr. 


30/83 


220/83 


Apr. 


30/83 


343/83 


June 


25/83 


378/83 


July 


9/83 


251/81 


May 


16/81 


188/82 


Apr. 


10/82 


191/82 


Apr. 


10/82 


569/82 


Sept. 


4/82 


612/82 


Sept. 


25/82 


211/83 


Apr. 


23/83 


344/83 


June 


25/83 


644/83 


Oct. 


29/83 


345/83 


June 


25/83 



227/81 Apr. 25/81 
255/83 May 21/83 



206/81 Apr. 18/81 



84/82 Mar. 6/82 



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R.R.O. 

1980 O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



Extending Validity of Public 

Connercial Vehicle Licences 

General 832 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Intercorporate Exemption 

PUBLIC HEALTH ACT 

Application of Schedule B to the 
Public Health Act to Unorganized 
Townships 833 

Camps in Unorganized Territory 834 

Capital Grants for Comnunity Health 

Facilities 835 

Conmunicable Diseases 836 

Comnunity Health Services 837 

amended 

amended 

Designation of Conmunicable Diseases 838 

amended 

amended 

Designation of Human Ailments 839 

Food Premises 840 

Grants to Boards of Health 841 

amended 

Health Units - Areas that may be 

Included in Health Units 842 

Health Units - General 843 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 



86/83 Feb. 26/83 



205/81 Apr. 18/81 
663/81 Oct. 24/81 
778/81 Dec. 5/81 



76/82 Mar. 



6/82 



131/81 Mar. 28/81 
781/81 Dec. 5/81 



210/83 Apr. 23/83 
496/83 Aug. 20/83 



174/82 Apr. 10/82 



130/81 Mar. 28/81 

394/81 June 27/81 

747/81 Nov. 28/81 

560/82 Aug. 28/82 

712/82 Nov. 13/82 

587/83 Oct. 1/83 



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R.R.O. 
1980 



O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



Indigent Patients 844 

(revoked by 748/81) 

Indigent Patients ( revoking Reg. ) 

Laboratories 845 

amended 

Pasteurization Areas 846 

Pasteurization Plants 847 

Plumbing in Unorganized Territory 848 

Public Swimming Pools 849 

amended 

amended 

Qualifications of Medical Officers 

of Health, Public Health Inspectors 

and Public Health Nurses 850 

Recreational Camps 851 

Sanitary Code for Unorganized Territory 852 

Slaughterhouses and Meat Processing 

Plants 853 

amended 

Specimen Collection Centres 854 

amended 

X-Ray Safety 855 

PUBLIC HOSPITALS ACT 

Capital Grants for the Amalgamation of 

Hospital Services 856 

Capital Grants for Ambulance Facilities 857 

Capital Grants for Capital Expenditures 

that will Produce Savings in 

Operating Costs 858 

Capital Grants for Hospital Construction 

and Renovation 859 

Capital Grants for Local Rehabilitation 

and Crippled Children' s Centres 860 



748/81 Nov. 28/81 
551/83 Sept. 10/83 



669/81 Oct. 24/81 
561/82 Aug. 28/82 



749/81 Nov. 28/81 



552/83 Sept. 10/83 



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R.R.O. 

1980 O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



Capital Grants for Regional Rehabilitation 
Hospitals 

Capital Grants for Teaching Hospitals 

Classification of Hospitals 

amended , 

amended 

Grants to Certain Hospitals for 

Laboratory Investigations , 

amended 

Hospital Management , 

Oil Conversion Grants , 

Special Grant - 

Hawkesbury and District General 
Hospital 

James Bay General Hospital 

Public Hospitals in Ontario 

PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS INSPECTION ACT 

Fees and Allowances to Panel Members 

PUBLIC LANDS ACT 

Land Use Permits 

Restricted Areas - 

District of Algoma 

District of Kenora 

District of Kenora 

District of Kenora, Patricia Portion... 

Districts of Manitoulin and Sudbury.... 
(revoked by 844/81) 

Districts of Manitoulin and Sudbury 
(revoking Reg.) 

District of Nipissing 

District of Nipissing 



861 
862 
863 

86M 

865 



866 

867 

868 
869 
870 
871 
872 



873 
874 



32/83 Feb. 5/83 
705/83 Nov. 19/83 



580/81 Sept. 12/81 

229/82 May 1/82 

43/81 Feb. 21/81 

445/83 July 30/83 

170/81 Apr. 11/81 



844/81 Jan. 2/82 



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R.R.O. 
1980 



O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



District of Parry Sound 875 

District of Rainy River 876 

District of Sudbury - Townships of 

Kapland and Wakami 877 

District of Thunder Bay - Townships 

of Blackwell, Conacher, Forbes, Goldie, 

Hagey, Haines, Laurie and the 

Dawson Road Lots 878 

Sale and Lease of Public Lands 879 

amended 

PUBLIC LIBRARIES ACT 

Grants for Public Libraries 880 

(revoked by 160/81) 

Grants for Public Libraries 

(revoked by 290/82) 

Grants for Public Libraries 

amended 

amended 

PUBLIC SERVICE ACT 

General 881 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION ACT 

Designations under Section 31 of the Act 

Designations - General 

amended 

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT ACT 

Intersections in Unorganized Territory 884 

Permits 885 

Use of Rest, Service or Other Areas 886 



188/83 Apr. 16/83 



160/81 Apr. 4/81 



290/82 
354/82 
470/83 



May 15/82 
June 12/82 
Aug. 6/83 





77/81 


Mar. 


7/81 




162/81 


Apr. 


4/81 




26/82 


Feb. 


13/82 




328/82 


June 


5/82 




96/83 


Mar. 


5/83 




260/83 


May 


21/83 




286/83 


May 


28/83 


882 








883 









502/83 Aug. 27/83 



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PUBLIC TRUSTEE ACT 



General 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

PUBLIC VEHICLES ACT 

General 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 



887 



888 



827/81 


Dec. 


26/81 


48/82 


Feb. 


20/82 


256/83 


May 


21/83 


375/83 


July 


9/83 


620/83 


Oct. 


15/83 



65/81 


Feb. 


28/81 


399/81 


July 


1/81 


662/81 


Oct. 


24/81 


398/82 


June 


26/82 



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1980 



O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



RACE TRACKS TAX ACT 

Rate of Tax 889 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

RADIOLOGICAL TECHNICIANS ACT 

General 890 

amended 

REAL ESTATE AND BUSINESS BROKERS ACT 

General 89 1 

amended 

amended 

amended 

RECIPROCAL ENFORCEMENT OF JUDGMENTS ACT 

Application of Act 892 

RECIPROCAL ENFORCEMENT OF MAINTENANCE ORDERS ACT 

Reciprocating States 893 

amended 

REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF DURHAM ACT 

Order of the Minister-Transitional 

Mill Rates 

Order of the Minister-Transitional 

Mill Rates 

REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF HAMILTON-WENTWORTH ACT 

Order of the Minister 

(this Reg. amends O.Reg. 148/78 
see Schedule to R.R.O. , 198O) 

Order - Town of Stoney Creek 



180/81 Apr. 11/81 

548/81 Sept. 5/81 

40/82 Feb. 13/82 

507/83 Aug. 27/83 



479/82 July 31/82 



705/81 Nov. 7/81 

23/82 Feb. 6/82 

618/83 Oct. 15/83 



212/81 Apr. 25/81 

606/82 Sept. 25/82 

209/83 Apr. 23/83 

353/83 June 25/83 

781/83 Dec. 31/83 



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Date of 
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REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF SUDBURY ACT 

Order of the Minister-Rates of Taxation 

Order of the Minister-Transitional 

Mill Rates 

Order of the Minister-Transitional 

Mill Rates 

REGISTERED INSURANCE BROKERS ACT 

Exemption 

(revoked by 636/82) 

Exemptions 

General 

amended 

REGISTRY ACT 

Canada Lands 894 

amended 

Certification Areas 

Fees 895 

amended 

amended 

Forms and Records 896 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Registry Divisions 897 

(revoked by 551/81) 

Registry Divisions 

amended 

Surveys, Plans and Descriptions of Land 898 

amended 

amended 



392/82 


June 


26/82 


607/82 


Sept. 


25/82 


501/83 


Aug. 


27/83 


636/81 


Oct. 


17/81 


636/82 


Oct. 


9/82 


637/81 
624/82 


Oct. 
Oct. 


17/81 
9/82 



168/83 


Apr. 


9/83 


825/81 


Dec. 


26/81 


807/81 


Dec. 


19/81 


323/83 


June 


11/83 


512/81 


Aug. 


15/81 


584/81 


Sept. 


12/81 


638/81 


Oct. 


17/81 


324/82 


May 


29/82 


351/82 


June 


12/82 


171/83 


Apr. 


9/83 


279/83 


May 


21/83 


559/83 


Sept. 


17/83 


787/83 


Jan. 


7/84 



551/81 
167/83 



552/81 
169/83 



Sept. 5/81 
Apr. 9/83 



Sept. 5/81 
Apr. 9/83 



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1980 



O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



REGULATIONS ACT 

General 

amended 

RESIDENTIAL TENANCIES ACT 

Exemption 

Fees and Forms 

amended 

amended 

Regions 

RETAIL SALES TAX ACT 

Definitions 

Definitions by Minister 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Extension of Delivery Date for Furniture, 
(expired) 

General 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 



899 





592/83 


Oct. 


15/83 


900 








901 


824/81 
153/83 


Dec. 
Apr. 


26/81 
2/83 



902 



903 



904 



52/81 


Feb. 


21/81 


53/81 


Feb. 


21/81 


111/81 


Mar. 


14/81 


141/81 


Mar. 


28/81 


606/81 


Sept. 


26/81 


837/81 


Jan. 


2/82 


868/81 


Jan. 


19/82 


55/82 


Feb. 


20/82 


273/82 


May 


8/82 


303/82 


May 


22/82 


590/82 


Sept. 


18/82 


737/82 


Nov. 


20/82 


821/82 


Jan. 


1/83 


126/83 


Mar. 


26/83 


238/83 


May 


14/83 


568/83 


Sept. 


24/83 


382/81 


June 


20/81 


91/81 


Mar. 


14/81 


92/81 


Mar. 


14/81 


140/81 


Mar. 


28/81 


178/81 


Apr. 


11/81 


381/81 


June 


20/81 


476/81 


Aug. 


1/81 


586/81 


Sept. 


12/81 


619/81 


Oct. 


10/81 


718/81 


Nov. 


14/81 


813/81 


Dec. 


19/81 


41/82 


Feb. 


13/82 


167/82 


Apr. 


3/82 


168/82 


Apr. 


3/82 


232/82 


May 


1/82 


244/82 


May 


1/82 



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Date of 
Gazette 



amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended « 

Rebate for Eligible 1981 Motor Vehicles. 

Tax Rebate for New Light Trucks or Vans, 
(this Reg. amends O.Reg. 1010/80 
see Schedule to R.R.O. 1980) 

RIDING HORSE ESTABLISHMENTS ACT 

General 



249/82 


May 


1/82 


342/82 


June 


12/82 


634/82 


Oct. 


9/82 


731/82 


Nov. 


20/82 


334/83 


June 


18/83 


503/83 


Aug. 


27/83 


619/83 


Oct. 


15/83 


755/81 


Nov. 


28/81 


177/81 


Apr. 


11/81 



905 






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1980 



O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



ST. CLAIR PARKWAY COMMISSION ACT 



General. . . . 
amended . 
amended. 



906 



ST. LAWRENCE PARKS COMMISSION ACT 

Controlled Access Highways 

Highway Vested in the Commission. 



Parks 

amended, 
amended, 
amended, 
amended. 

SECURITIES ACT 





149/81 
383/83 


Apr. 
July 


4/81 
9/83 


907 








908 








909 


31/81 

3/82 

130/82 

225/83 


Feb. 
Jan. 

Mar. 
Apr. 


14/81 
23/82 
20/82 
30/83 



General 

amended, 
amended, 
amended, 
amended . 
amended, 
amended, 
amended. 



910 



84/81 


Mar. 


14/81 


224/81 


Apr. 


25/81 


238/81 


May 


2/81 


637/82 


Oct. 


9/82 


649/82 


Oct. 


16/82 


808/82 


Dec. 


25/82 


180/83 


Apr. 


16/83 



SEED POTATOES ACT 

General 

SHEEP AND WOOL MARKETING ACT, 1981 



911 



Licence Fees, 
amended. . . 
amended. . . 



SHORELINE PROPERTY ASSISTANCE ACT 



General.... 
amended, 
amended. 



912 



146/82 Mar. 27/82 

68/83 Feb. 12/83 

515/83 Aug. 27/83 



276/81 May 23/81 
213/82 Apr. 24/82 



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1980 O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CORPORATIONS ACT 

Delegation of Powers 913 

amended 

Forms 914 

amended 

General 915 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Terms and Conditions Relating to 

Beneficial Ownership of Equity Shares 

SMALL CLAIMS COURTS ACT 

Courts 916 

amended 

amended 

Rules of Procedure 917 

amended 

amended 

Small Claims Courts Judges 918 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

(revoked by 370/83) 

Small Claims Courts Judges( Revoking Reg.).... 

Tariff of Fees 919 

amended 

amended 

amended 

STOCK YARDS ACT 

Management 920 

SUCCESSION DUTY ACT 

General 

amended 

amended 

(these Regs, amend Reg. 804 of 
R.R.O. 1970 - See Schedule 
to R.R.0.1980) 



164/83 Apr. 9/83 
392/83 July 9/83 



587/81 Sept. 12/81 

42/82 Feb. 13/82 

300/83 June 4/83 

506/83 Aug. 27/83 



299/83 June 4/83 



373/83 July 9/83 
374/83 July 9/83 



540/82 Aug. 21/82 

452/83 July 30/83 

112/81 Mar. 14/81 

425/81 July 11/81 

178/82 Apr. 10/82 

575/82 Sept. 11/82 

370/83 July 9/83 

731/81 Nov. 21/81 

286/82 May 15/82 

451/83 July 30/83 



43/82 Feb. 13/82 
250/82 May 1/82 
505/83 Aug. 27/83 



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1980 O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



SUPERANNUATION ADJUSTMENT BENEFITS ACT 

Designation and Review Committee - 

Caucus Employees Retirement Plan 921 

Public Service Superannuation 

Fund 922 

Retirement Pension Plan of Ryerson 

Polytechnical Institute 923 

Teachers * Superannuation Fund 92U 

SURROGATE COURTS ACT 

Rules of Practice - Surrogate Court 925 

amended 

SURVEYORS ACT 

General 926 

SURVEYS ACT 

Monuments 927 

(revoked by 221/81) 

Monuments 

amended 

amended 

Survey Methods 928 

The Ontario Co-ordinate System 929 



845/82 Jan. 8/83 



221/81 Apr. 25/81 
566/81 Sept. 12/81 
767/82 Dec. 11/82 



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Date of 
Gazette 



TEACHERS' SUPERANNUATION ACT 

General 930 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

TECHNOLOGY CENTRES ACT, 1982 

Ontario Centre for Advanced Manufacturing.... 

Ontario Centre for 

Automotive Parts Technology 

Ontario Centre for Farm Machinery 

and Food Processing Technology 

Ontario Centre for Microelectronics 

Ontario Centre for Resource Machinery 

(revoked by 685/83) 

Ontario Centre for Resource 

Machinery Technology 

THEATRES ACT 

General 931 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

TILE DRAINAGE ACT 

General 932 

TOBACCO TAX ACT 

Forms 933 

amended 

amended 



557/81 
690/81 
101/83 
533/83 
788/83 


Sept. 

Nov. 

Mar. 

Sept. 

Jan. 


5/81 
7/81 
5/83 
3/83 
7/84 


773/82 


Dec. 


11/82 


810/82 


Dec. 


25/82 


848/82 


Jan. 


15/83 


618/82 


Oct. 


2/82 


774/82 


Dec. 


11/82 


685/83 


Nov. 


12/83 



138/81 


Mar. 


28/81 


438/81 


July 


11/81 


600/81 


Sept. 


19/81 


29/82 


Feb. 


18/82 


538/83 


Sept. 


10/83 



272/82 May 8/82 
384/83 July 9/83 



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Date of 
Gazette 



General 93** 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Refunds 

Taxable Prices and Tax Payable on 
Cigarettes and Other Tobacco Products 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

TORONTO AREA TRANSIT OPERATING AUTHORITY ACT 

General 935 

amended 

amended 

amended 

TOURISM ACT 

General 936 

amended 

TRAINING SCHOOLS ACT 

General 937 

amended 

amended 

TRAVEL INDUSTRY ACT 

General 938 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 



44/82 


Feb. 


13/82 


251/82 


May 


1/82 


504/83 


Aug. 


27/83 


605/83 


Oct. 


15/83 


606/83 


Oct. 


15/83 


439/81 


July 


11/81 


629/81 


Oct. 


10/81 


870/81 


Jan. 


19/82 


185/82 


Apr. 


10/82 


447/82 


July 


17/82 


640/82 


Oct. 


16/82 


841/82 


Jan. 


8/83 


185/83 


Apr. 


16/83 


410/83 


July 


16/83 


633/83 


Oct. 


15/83 


807/83 


Jan. 


14/84 



400/81 
441/82 
380/83 



822/81 
734/83 



July 4/81 
July 10/82 
July 9/83 



786/81 Dec. 5/81 



Dec. 26/81 
Dec. 10/83 



239/81 


May 


2/81 


706/81 


Nov. 


7/81 


304/82 


May 


22/82 


815/82 


Jan. 


1/83 


589/83 


Oct. 


1/83 


612/83 


Oct. 


15/83 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS US 



R.R.O. Date of 

1980 O.Reg Gazette 



UNIFIED FAMILY COURT ACT 

Rules of Practice and Procedure 939 

amended 653/82 Oct. 16/82 

UPHOLSTERED AND STUFFED ARTICLES ACT 

General 940 

amended 294/83 June 4/83 



VENEREAL DISEASES PREVENTION ACT 

General 941 

amended 499/83 Aug. 27/83 

VITAL STATISTICS ACT 

General 942 

amended 365/81 June 20/81 

amended 539/83 Sept. 10/83 

VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION SERVICES ACT 

General 943 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 



247/81 


May 


16/81 


422/81 


July 


11/81 


635/81 


Oct. 


17/81 


823/81 


Dec. 


26/81 


108/82 


Mar. 


13/82 


735/83 


Dec. 


10/83 



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1980 O.Reg 



Date of 
Gazette 



WEED CONTROL ACT 

General 944 

WILD RICE HARVESTING ACT 

General 945 

WILDERNESS AREAS ACT 

Wilderness Areas 946 

WINE CONTENT ACT 

General 947 

amended 

amended 

amended 

WOODLANDS IMPROVEM3NT ACT 

General 948 

WOOL MARKETING ACT 

(See now Sheep and Wool Marketing Act, 1981) 

Licence Fees 949 

(revoked by 146/82) 

WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION ACT 
(now Workers' Compensation Act 
- see S.O. 1982, c. 61, s. 1.) 

First-Aid Requirements 950 

amended 

General 951 

amended 

Pension Plan 952 

amended 

amended 



86/82 Mar. 6/82 
602/82 Sept. 25/82 
369/83 July 9/83 



525/83 Sept. 3/83 
526/83 Sept. 3/83 



409/81 July 4/81 
813/82 Jan. 1/83 



O. Reg. 1/83 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 647 

Publications Under The Regulations Act 



January 22nd, 1983 



ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 1/83. 

Exemption — Corporation of the 

Township of Essa — Essa-TP-1. 
Made — December 2nd, 1982. 
Approved — December 3rd, 1982. 
Filed — January 4th, 1983. 



ORDER MADE UNDER THE 
ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

EXEMPTION— CORPORATION OF THE 
TOWNSHIP OF ESSA— ESSA-TP-1 

Having received a request from Mr. Arthur Roth, 
Clerk-Treasurer, that an undertaking, namely: 

the activity of constructing, operating and main- 
taining a water supply and distribution system, 
including groundwater wells, pumphouse, 
watermains, and service connections for the 
Mc George area in the Police Village of Angus; 

be exempt from the application of the Act pursuant to 
section 29; and 

Having been advised that if the undertaking is sub- 
ject to the application of the Act, the following injury, 
damage or interference with the persons and property 
indicated will occur: 

A. The persons living in 125 homes will be 
forced to continue to depend on an existing 
antiquated water system which experiences 
frequent interruption in supply, continued 
inadequate pressures and a deteriorating 
water supply. 

B. The homeowners in the area could be 
exposed to a serious threat to the public 
health and safety because of the potential for 
failure of the existing water system. 

Having weighed such injury, damage, or interfer- 
ence against the betterment of the people of the whole 
or any part of Ontario by the protection, conservation 
and wise management in Ontario of the environment 
which would result from the undertaking being subject 
to the application of the Act; 

The undersigned is of the opinion that it is in the 
public interest to order and orders that the undertak- 
ing is exempt from the application of the Act for the 
following reasons: 



The proponent advises that the environ- 
mental effects of the construction and opera- 
tion of the water works are expected to be 
limited and not adverse. 

B. The proposed watermains will be con- 
structed in close proximity to existing water- 
mains within road allowances in the Village 
shown on plans of subdivisions which were 
registered almost 20 years ago servicing 
existing homes within the McGeorge area. 

C. The proponent advises that the connecting 
trunk watermain would be located on a 
Township road allowance a short distance 
(approximately 3600 feet) from the Village. 
Construction impacts on the area would be 
short term. 

D. The well site is located in a rural setting close 
to the Village with no significant natural 
characteristics. Water discharged during well 
construction and pumping tests would be 
required to be reduced in sediment content 
and discharged at low enough rates to pre- 
vent erosion. 

E. The well site is located some 900 feet from 
the nearest homeowner. Construction opera- 
tions would only pose short term deviation 
from day to day living habits in the area. The 
small building housing the control equipment 
would be designed to conform to the natural 
characteristics of the area. 

This exemption order is subject to the following 
terms and conditions: 

1. Strict site supervision be provided to ensure 
the enforcement of all protective measures 
which would be incorporated in all contract 
documents to limit erosion during construc- 
tion to a minimum. 

2. All contract documents contain provisions 
that any interference to private well supplies 
in the area as a result of the construction of 
the proposed water distribution system be 
remedied by the contractor(s). 

3. Construction methods and schedules are to 
be implemented in consultation with the 
Ministry of the Environment, Barrie District 
Office and follow the "Environmental Con- 
siderations for the Planning and Construc- 
tion of Sewer and Water Projects" (Nov. 
1980) Guidelines. 



648 



O. Reg. 1/83 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 2/83 



4. The trunk main where it crosses a tributary 
to the Nottawasaga River will be incorpo- 
rated into the existing concrete bridge so that 
no excavation would be required at the 
stream. O. Reg. 1/83. 

K. C. Norton 

Minister of the Environment 

Dated this 2nd day of December, 1982. 
(1969) 4 



ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 2/83. 

Exemption — Ontario Hydro — OH-27. 
Made — December 16th, 1982. 
Approved — December 17th, 1982. 
Filed — January 4th, 1983. 



ORDER MADE UNDER THE 
ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

EXEMPTION— ONTARIO HYDRO— OH-27 

Having been advised that Exemption Order OH- 
23/2, which was published as O. Reg. 875/81, is 
expiring and that an undertaking of Ontario Hydro, 
namely: 

The activity of Ontario Hydro granting leases, 
licences, easements or similar rights to others for 
the use of Ontario Hydro owned property 

should be exempt from the application of the Act pur- 
suant to section 29; and 

Having been advised by the proponent that if the 
undertaking is subject to the application of the Act, the 
following injury, damage or interference with the per- 
sons and property indicated will occur: 

A. Individuals wishing to obtain a lease, licence 
or easement on Ontario Hydro lands will be 
interfered with by the delay. 

B. Ontario Hydro will be interfered with and 
damaged by the delay and expense required 
to prepare an individual environmental 
assessment which could render the proposed 
secondary use uneconomical. 

Having weighed such injury, damage, or interfer- 
ence against the betterment of the people of the whole 
or any part of Ontario by the protection, conservation 
and wise management in Ontario of the environment 
which would result from the undertaking being subject 
to the application of the Act; 

The undersigned is of the opinion that it is in the 
public interest to order and orders that the undertak- 



ing is exempt from the application of the Act for the 
following reasons: 

A. Ontario Hydro has satisfactorily complied 
with the conditions of Exemption Order OH- 
23/2 by consulting with the Ministry of the 
Environment and preparing and submitting 
Environmental Study Reports on secondary 
use applications which cause environmental 
effects that can be satisfactorily dealt with by 
either design changes, mitigation or restora- 
tion. 

B. Ontario Hydro has further fulfilled the terms 
of Exemption Order OH-23/2 by providing 
notice to and considering the concerns of the 
public and government ministries which may 
be affected by the proposed secondary use 
prior to the granting of a lease, licence or 
easement to another for the use of Ontario 
Hydro property. 

C. During the period of Exemption Order OH- 
23/2, Ontario Hydro has demonstrated 
through documented case examples that the 
nature of the environmental effects of secon- 
dary uses does not warrant the application of 
the Act beyond the terms set out in this order. 

D. The betterment of the people of the whole or 
any part of Ontario by the protection, con- 
servation and wise management in Ontario 
of the environment will be sufficiently ful- 
filled by the terms and conditions of this 
order and by procedures and regulations to 
date regarding the application of the 
Environmental Assessment Act to public 
sector undertakings which involve secondary 



This exemption is subject to the following terms and 
conditions: 

1. Subject to condition 2, this order does not 
apply to disposition activities that are for 
undertakings of persons other than Ontario 
Hydro for which an environmental assess- 
ment is required. 

2. Where a disposition is being carried out in 
connection with, or as part of, an undertak- 
ing for which an environmental assessment is 
required and an approval is issued, or for 
which an exemption order is issued, the dis- 
position shall be carried out in accordance 
with both 

(a) the approval or the conditions of the 
exemption order; and, 

(b) the subsequent conditions of this 
order. 

3. A procedural document governing the 
implementation of this order will be 



O. Reg. 2/83 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 3/83 



649 



developed by Ontario Hydro in consultation 
with the Ministry of the Environment and 
filed in the Public Record. If the document is 
not approved by April 30, 1983 by the 
Director of the Environmental Assessment 
Branch, this order becomes inoperative. This 
procedural document shall provide for: 

(a) notification by Ontario Hydro of the 
public, government ministries and 
other agencies affected by a proposed 
secondary use and consultation with 
these interests as required for iden- 
tifying and resolving concerns, prior 
to giving a disposition allowing the 
proposed secondary use; 

(b) identification and evaluation of 
environmental effects that require 
special measures such as design 
changes, mitigation or restoration, 
documentation of these in an 
environmental study report to be filed 
in the Public Record, and implemen- 
tation of such measures; 

(c) determination of those secondary uses 
that require a full environmental 
assessment in which cases this 
exemption will not apply. 



Until the procedural document required 
under this condition is finalized, the matters 
specified above shall be carried out according 
to the discretion and current procedures of 
Ontario Hydro; after the document is 
finalized, they shall be carried out in accord- 
ance with the document. With the approval 
of the Director of the Environmental 
Assessment Branch, the document may be 
amended from time to time. 



This order shall apply to the disposition of all 
Ontario Hydro properties for twelve months 
after it is issued. At that time, based on 
experience during the twelve month period 
and any further information Ontario Hydro 
provides, the exemption under this order will 
be reviewed to determine whether it should 
continue to apply to all Ontario Hydro prop- 
erty. In the event that is is determined that 
the application of the order should continue, 
those properties in addition to transmission 
line rights-of-way to which the order will 
apply after the twelve month period and any 
additional provisions which must be com- 
plied with will be specified in amendments to 
the procedural document referred to in con- 
dition 3. Unless such amendments to the pro- 
cedural document are made, this order shall 
apply only with respect to transmission line 
rights-of-way after the twelve month period 
expires. O. Reg. 2/83. 



K. C. Norton 
Minister of the Environment 



Dated this 16th day of December, 1982. 
(1970) 



ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 3/83. 

Exemption — The Corporation of the 

Improvement District of 

Dubreuilville— DUBR-ID- 1 . 
Made — December 7th, 1982. 
Approved — December 8th, 1982. 
Filed — January 4th, 1983. 



ORDER MADE UNDER THE 
ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

EXEMPTION— THE CORPORATION OF 

THE IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT OF 

DUBREUILVILLE— DUBR-ID-1 

Having received a request from the Corporation of 
the Improvement District of Dubreuilville that an 
undertaking, namely: 

The construction, maintenance and operation of 
the municipal water supply and distribution sys- 
tem, identifed as Project No. 38-3994-01 on Plan 
No. 1 submitted by Kresin Engineering and Plan- 
ning in August, 1982, 

be exempt from the application of the Act pursuant to 
section 29; and 

Having been advised that if the undertaking is sub- 
ject to the application of the Act, the following injury, 
damage or interference with the persons and property 
indicated will occur: 

A. The inhabitants of the village will be forced 
to continue to depend on an existing impaired 
water supply. 

B. The inhabitants in the area could be exposed 
to a serious threat to the public health and 
safety because of the potential for failure of 
the existing water supply. 

C. The village may experience fire damage to 
residential structures since the existing sys- 
tem is unable to convey fire flows. 

Having weighed such injury, damage, or interfer- 
ence against the betterment of the people of the whole 
or any part of Ontario by the protection, conservation 
and wise management in Ontario of the environment 
which would result from the undertaking being subject 
to the application of the Act; 



650 



O. Reg. 3/83 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 4/83 



The undersigned is of the opinion that it is in the 
public interest to order and orders that the undertak- 
ing is exempt from the application of the Act for the 
following reasons: 

A. A formal submission of an environmental 
assessment by the Improvement District 
made an otherwise exempt activity subject to 
the Act. I am of the opinion that the propo- 
nent inadvertently included the expansion 
and upgrading of the water works in the 
description of the undertaking in the 
environmental assessment without realizing 
that such an inclusion had the effect of end- 
ing the exemption under the regulation. 

B. The proponent advises that the environ- 
mental effects of the construction and opera- 
tion of the water works are expected to be 
limited and not adverse. 

C. The proposed water distribution system 
will be constructed within existing road 
allowances in the village. 

D. The new well site and pumphouse will be 
located adjacent to the existing well site and 
pumphouse. 

E. The proponent advises that public input on 
the project will be requested. 

This exemption is subject to the following terms and 
conditions: 

1. Construction methods and schedules are to 
be implemented in consultation with the 
Ministry of the Environment Sault Ste. 
Marie District Office and will follow the 
"Environmental Considerations for the 
Planning and Construction of Sewer and 
Water Projects" (November, 1980) 
guidelines. 

2 . Site supervision will be provided by the con- 
sultant to ensure the enforcement of all pro- 
tective measures. 

3. The contract document to be prepared will 
include an "Environmental Considerations" 
section to make the contractor aware of 
responsibilities to minimize environmental 
impacts. 

4. All necessary provincial and other approvals 
are to be obtained before construction com- 



5 . When an approval to proceed has been issued 
under the Act with respect to any part of the 
activity to which this exemption order would 
otherwise apply, such part shall be carried 
out in accordance with the environmental 
assessment and the terms and conditions in 
such approval. O. Reg. 3/83. 



K. C. Norton 
Minister of the Environment 



Dated this 7th day of December, 1982. 
(1971) 



PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 4/83. 

Order Made Under Section 30 of 

the Planning Act. 
Made — December 30th, 1982. 
Filed— January 4th, 1983. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
PLANNING ACT 

ORDER MADE UNDER SECTION 30 OF THE 
PLANNING ACT 

1. A contravention before the 19th day of March, 
1973 of section 29 of The Planning Act, being chapter 
349 of the Revised Statutes of Ontario, 1970, or a pre- 
decessor thereof, or of a by-law passed under a pre- 
decessor of the said section, or of an Order made under 
clause 27 (1) (b), as it existed on the 25th day of June, 
1970, of The Planning Act, being chapter 296 of the 
Revised Statutes of Ontario, 1960 or a predecessor 
thereof, does not have and shall be deemed never to 
have had the effect of preventing the conveyance or 
creation of any interest in the following parcel of land: 

That parcel of land situate in the Township of 
Innisfil in the County of Simcoe, being composed of 
part of Broken Lot 30 in Concession XIII of the said 
Township and right-of-way over part of Lot 39 and 
Block G as shown on a Plan registered in the Land 
Registry Office for the Registry Division of Simcoe 
(No. 51) as Number 660, more particularly 
described as follows: 

Commencing at the northwest angle of the said 
Block G; 

Thence easterly along the north limit of the said 
Block G a distance of 66 feet, more or less, to a fence 
post existing in 1951; 

Thence northerly parallel to the westerly limit of the 
said Block G and its extension northerly a distance 
of 120 feet to a point; 

Thence westerly parallel to the northerly limit of 
Block G a distance of 66 feet to a point on the exten- 
sion northerly of the west limit of said Block G; 

Thence southerly along the extension northerly of 
the west limit of said Block G a distance of 120 feet 
to the northwest angle of said Block G, being the 
point of commencement. 



O. Reg. 4/83 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 5/83 651 



Together with a right-of-way for pedestrian traffic 
only to and from the said lands for the Grantees and 
other occupants and guest of the cottage dwelling on 
the said lands over, along and upon the presently 
existing footpath described as being located on the 
westerly 10 feet from front to rear of Lot 39 accord- 
ing to Plan 660 for the said Township of Innisfil, 
with the right to run water pipes along the said 
right-of-way, also the right to install a dock not 
more than 10 feet wide and keep a boat at the south- 
erly or lake end of the said right-of-way, providing 
that the said right-of-way is not otherwise 
obstructed. 

Together with a right-of-way to and from the said 
lands for the Grantees and other occupants of the 
cottage dwelling on the said lands over, along and 
upon the presently existing mutual driveway for the 
use in common with the owners and occupants and 
guests of the neighbouring cottage dwellings, 
described as the westerly 156 feet, 7 inches of Block 
G. O. Reg. 4/83, s. 1. 

2. Ontario Regulation 675/82 is revoked. 

D. P. McHugh 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

Central and Southwest 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

and Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 30th day of December, 1982. 



(1972) 



" 4 



PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 5/83. 
County of Simcoe, 

Township of Vespra. 
Made — December 30th, 1982. 
Filed— January 4th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 62/73 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNTNG ACT 

Ontario Regulation 62/73 is amended by adding 
thereto the following sections: 

46. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, a miniature golf course 38.1 by 24.4 metres in 
size may be located and used on the land described in 
Schedule 34. O. Reg. 5/83, s. 1, part. 

47. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the land described in Schedule 35 may be used 
for the sale of new and used automobiles and the two 
existing buildings on the said land may be used for 



office and storage space in connection with the sale of 
automobiles. O. Reg. 5/83, s. 1, part. 

2. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding thereto the following Schedules: 

Schedule 34 

That parcel of land situate in the Township of 
Vespra in the County of Simcoe, being that part of Lot 
18 in Concession V more particularly described as fol- 
lows: 

Premising that the bearings herein are astronomic and 
derived from the westerly limit of the King's Highway 
No. 27 shown as north 31° 42' west on a Plan of Sur- 
vey by R. C. Kirkpatrick, Ontario Land Survevor, 
dated October 19, 1979; 

Beginning at the southeast corner of the said Lot 18; 

Thence south 58° 22' 30" west a distance of 27 feet; 

Thence south 58° 12' west a distance of 31 feet to a 
point in the westerly limit of Highway No. 27 as 
widened; 

Thence north 31° 42' west along the said limit a dis- 
tance of 995.86 feet to an iron bar, being the point of 
beginning of the lands herein described; 

Thence south 58° 20' west a distance of 600 feet to an 
iron bar; 

Thence north 31° 42' west a distance of 337.62 feet to 
an iron bar; 

Thence north 58° 20' east a distance of 470.98 feet to 
an iron bar planted at the northwest corner of the 
lands conveyed by an Instrument registered in the 
Land Registry Office for the Registry Division of Sim- 
coe (No. 51) as Number 279882; 

Thence south 31° 40' east a distance of 87.95 feet to an 
iron bar planted in the southwest corner of the lands 
owned by Bert Schotanus and Wilhelmina Schotanus; 

Thence north 58° 20' east a distance of 129.07 feet to 
an iron bar in the westerly limit of Highway No. 2 7 as 
widened; 

Thence south 31° 42' east along the said westerly limit 
of Highway No. 27 as widened a distance of 249.67 
feet to the point of beginning. O. Reg. 5/83, s. 2, 
part. 

Schedule 35 

That parcel of land situate in the Township of 
Vespra in the County of Simcoe, being that part of the 
northwest quarter of Lot 15 in Concession IV more 
particularly described as follows: 

Beginning at a point in the westerly limit of the said 
Lot 15, being the easterly limit of the King's Highway 



652 O. Reg. 5/83 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 6/83 



No. 27, distant 215 feet in a direction south 32° 41' 30" 
east from the northwest angle of the said Lot; 

Thence north 59° 28' 30" east a distance 320 feet to an 
iron bar; 

Thence south 32° 40' 45" east a distance of 260.28 feet 
to an iron bar; 

Thence south 59° 32' west a distance of 319.95 feet to a 
point in the westerly limit of the said Lot 15 where an 
iron bar is found; 

Thence north 32° 41' 30" west along the said westerly 
limit of the said Lot 15 a distance of 260 feet to the 
point of beginning. O. Reg. 5/83, s. 2, part. 

D. P. McHugh 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

Central and Southwest 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

and Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 30th day of December, 1982. 

(1973) 4 



NIAGARA ESCARPMENT PLANNING 
AND DEVELOPMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 6/83. 
Designation of Area of 

Development Control. 
Made — December 13th, 1982. 
Filed— January 4th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 683 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

NIAGARA ESCARPMENT PLANNING AND 

DEVELOPMENT ACT 

1 . Paragraph 7 of the Schedule to Regulation 683 
of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

7. In the Township of Melancthon in the County of 
Dufferin being composed of the lands described as 
follows: 

i. Beginning at the intersection of the easterly 
boundary of the Township of Melancthon 
and the northerly limit of the road allowance 
between lots 10 and 11 in Concession I; 

Thence westerly along that northerly limit to 
the easterly limit of that part of the King's 
Highway known as No. 24; 

Thence northerly along that easterly limit to 
the northerly limit of Lot 1 7 in that Conces- 
sion; 



Thence easterly along the northerly limit of 
that Lot 1 7 to the northeasterly angle of that 
Lot; 

Thence easterly along the prolongation of the 
northerly limit of that Lot 17 to the easterly 
boundary of the Township of Melancthon; 

Thence southerly along that boundary to the 
place of beginning. 

ii. Beginning at the northeasterly angle of the 
Township of Melancthon; 

Thence southerly along the easterly bound- 
ary of the said Township to the easterly pro- 
longation of the southerly limit of Lot 32 in 
Concession I; 

Thence westerly to and along that limit to the 
southwesterly angle of that Lot; 

Thence northerly along the westerly limit of 
that Lot and the northerly prolongation of 
that limit to the northerly boundary of the 
said Township; 

Thence easterly along that boundary to the 
place of beginning. 

2 . Paragraph 9 of the Schedule to the said Regu- 
lation is revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

9. In the Township of Mulmur in the County of 
Dufferin being composed of the lands described as 
follows: 

i. Beginning at the intersection of the southerly 
boundary of the Township of Mulmur and 
the centre line of Concession II, east of 
Hurontario Street; 

Thence northerly along that centre line to the 
southerly limit of Lot 5 in the said Conces- 
sion; 

Thence easterly along that southerly limit to 
the easterly limit of the said Concession; 

Thence northerly along that easterly limit to 
the northeasterly angle of Lot 14 in the said 
Concession; 

Thence westerly along the northerly limit of 
that Lot to the northwesterly angle of that 
Lot; 

Thence northerly along the westerly limit of 
the said Concession to the southwesterly 
angle of Lot 23 in the said Concession; 

Thence easterly along the southerly limit of 
that Lot to the southeasterly angle of that 
Lot; 



O. Reg. 6/83 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



653 



Thence northerly along the easterly limit of 
that Lot to the northeasterly angle of that 
Lot; 

Thence easterly to and along the southerly 
limit of Lot 24 in Concession HI, east of 
Hurontario Street, to the southeasterly angle 
of that Lot; 

Thence northerly along the easterly limit of 
that Lot to the northeasterly angle of that 
Lot; 

Thence easterly to and along the northerly 
limit of Lot 24 in Concession IV, east of 
Hurontario Street, to the northeasterly angle 
of that Lot; 

Thence northerly along the easterly limit of 
the said Concession to the northerly bound- 
ary of the Township of Mulmur; 

Thence westerly along the northerly bound- 
ary of the said Township to the centre line of 
Concession I, west of Hurontario Street; 

Thence southerly along that centre line to the 
northerly limit of Lot 30 in the said Conces- 
sion; 

Thence easterly along that northerly limit to 
the northeasterly angle of that Lot; 

Thence southerly along the easterly limit of 
lots 30, 29 and 28 in the said Concession to 
the southeasterly angle of Lot 28; 

Thence westerly along the northerly limit of 
Lot 27 in the said Concession to the line 
between the east and west halves of that Lot; 

Thence southerly along that line to the south- 
erly limit of that Lot 27; 

Thence westerly along that southerly limit to 
the southwesterly angle of that Lot; 

Thence southerly along the westerly limit of 
Lot 26 in the said Concession to the south- 
westerly angle of that Lot; 

Thence southerly to the northwesterly angle 
of Lot 25 in the said Concession; 

Thence westerly to and along the northerly 
limit of Lot 25 in Concession H, west of 
Hurontario Street, to the easterly limit of the 
westerly half of that Lot; 

Thence southerly along that easterly limit to 
the southerly limit of that Lot 25; 

Thence westerly along that southerly limit to 
the southwesterly angle of that Lot 25; 



Thence southerly along the westerly limit of 
lots 24, 23 and 22 in the said Concession to 
the southwesterly angle of that Lot 22; 

Thence westerly to and along the northerly 
limit of Lot 21 in Concession HI, west of 
Hurontario Street, to the westerly limit of the 
easterly half of that Lot 21; 

Thence southerly along the westerly limit of 
the easterly halves of lots 21, 20, 19 and 18 in 
the said Concession to the southerly limit of 
that Lot 18; 

Thence westerly along the southerly limit of 
that Lot 18 and the westerly prolongation of 
that southerly limit to the westerly boundary 
of the Township of Mulmur; 

Thence southerly along that westerly bound- 
ary to the northerly limit of the road allow- 
ance between lots 10 and 11; 

Thence easterly along that northerly limit to 
the easterly limit of the road allowance 
between Concession I east and Concession I 
west of Hurontario Street; 

Thence southerly along that easterly limit to 
the southerly limit of the road allowance 
between lots 5 and 6; 

Thence westerly along that southerly limit to 
the westerly boundary of the Township of 
Mulmur; 

Thence southerly along that boundary to the 
northwesterly angle of Lot 2 in Concession 
HI, west of Hurontario Street; 

Thence easterly along the northerly limit of 
the west half of that Lot to the northeasterly 
angle of that Lot; 

Thence southerly along the easterly limit of 
the west half of lots 2 and 1 to the southerly 
boundary of the Township of Mulmur; 

Thence easterly along that boundary to the 
place of beginning. 

Beginning at the northwesterly angle of the 
Township of Mulmur; 

Thence southerly along the westerly bound- 
ary of the said Township to the westerly 
prolongation of the southerly limit of Lot 32 
in Concession HI, west of Hurontario Street; 

Thence easterly to and along that southerly 
limit to the southeasterly angle of that Lot; 

Thence northerly along the easterly limit of 
that Lot and the northerly prolongation of 
that limit to the northerly boundary of the 
said Township; 



654 ,0. Reg. 6/83 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 8/83 



Thence westerly along that northerly bound- 
ary to the place of beginning. 

Lorne Henderson 
Provincial Secretary for 
Resources Development 

Dated at Toronto, this 13th day of December, 1982. 

(1974) 4 

LOCAL ROADS BOARDS ACT 

O. Reg. 7/83. 
Establishment of Local Roads 

Areas — Northwestern Region. 
Made — December 21st, 1982. 
Filed — January 4th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 599 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

LOCAL ROADS BOARDS ACT 

1. Regulation 599 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 is amended by adding thereto the 
following Schedule: 

Schedule 113 

PICKEREL LAKE LOCAL ROADS AREA 

All those portions of the townships of Broderick, 
Malachi, Rudd, Gidley and Pelican in the Territorial 
District of Kenora, shown outlined on Ministry of 
Transportation and Communications Plan N-1364-1, 
filed with the Information Management Office of the 
Ministry of Transportation and Communications at 
Toronto on the 30th day of November, 1982. 
O. Reg. 7/83, s. 1. 

James Snow 

Minister of Transportation 

and Communications 

Dated at Toronto, this 21st day of December, 1982. 

(1975) 4 



NIAGARA ESCARPMENT PLANNING 
AND DEVELOPMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 8/83. 
Designation of Area of 

Development Control. 
Made — December 13th, 1982. 
Filed — January 4th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 683 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

NIAGARA ESCARPMENT PLANNING AND 

DEVELOPMENT ACT 

1 . Paragraph 8 of the Schedule to Regulation 683 
of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

8. In the Township of Mono in the County of Duf- 
ferin, being composed of those lands more particularly 
described as follows: 

Beginning at the intersection of the southerly 
boundary of the Township of Mono and the 
southerly prolongation of the westerly limit 
of the easterly half of Lot 1 in Concession V, 
east of Hurontario Street; 

Thence northerly to and along that westerly 
limit to the northerly limit of that Lot 1; 

Thence easterly along that northerly limit to 
the northeasterly angle of that Lot 1; 

Thence northerly along the easterly limit of 
Lot 2 in that Concession to the northeasterly 
angle of that Lot 2; 

Thence easterly to and along the southerly 
limit of Lot 3 in Concession VI, east of 
Hurontario Street, to the westerly limit of the 
easterly half of that Lot 3; 

Thence northerly along that westerly limit to 
the northerly limit of the southerly half of 
that Lot 3; 

Thence easterly along that northerly limit to 
the easterly limit of that Lot 3; 

Thence northerly along the easterly limit of 
lots 3, 4 and 5 in that Concession to the 
southerly limit of the road allowance between 
lots 5 and 6; 

Thence westerly along that southerly limit to 
the easterly limit of Hurontario Street; 

Thence northerly along that easterly limit to 
the northerly limit of Lot 9 in Concession I, 
east of Hurontario Street; 

Thence easterly along that northerly limit to 
the northeasterly angle of that Lot 9; 

Thence northerly along the easterly limit of 
lots 10 and 11 in that Concession to the 
northerly limit of that Lot 11; 

Thence westerly along that northerly limit to 
the northwesterly angle of that Lot 1 1 ; 



O. Reg. 8/83 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 9/83 655 



Thence northerly along the westerly limit of 
Lot 12 in that Concession to the northerly 
limit of that Lot; 

Thence easterly along that northerly limit to 
the easterly limit of that Concession I, east of 
Hurontario Street; 

Thence northerly along the easterly limit of 
that Concession to the southeasterly angle of 
Lot 28 in that Concession; 

Thence westerly along the southerly limit of 
that Lot to the southwesterly angle of that 
Lot; 

Thence northerly along the westerly limit of 
that Concession to the northerly boundary of 
the Township of Mono; 

Thence easterly along that northerly bound- 
ary to the westerly limit of Lot 32 in Conces- 
sion m, east of Hurontario Street; 

Thence southerly along the westerly limit of 
lots 32, 31 and 30 in that Concession to the 
southwesterly angle of that Lot 30; 

Thence easterly along the southerly limit of 
that Lot to the southeasterly angle of that 
Lot; 

Thence southerly along the easterly limit of 
Lot 29 in that Concession to the southeasterly 
angle of that Lot; 

Thence easterly to and along the northerly 
limit of Lot 28 in Concession IV, east of 
Hurontario Street, to the easterly limit of that 
Concession; 

Thence southerly along that easterly limit to 
the northeasterly angle of Lot IS in that Con- 
cession; 

Thence easterly to and along the northerly 
limit of Lot 15 in concessions V, VI and VII, 
east of Hurontario Street, to the easterly limit 
of that Concession VII; 

Thence southerly along that easterly limit to 
the southeasterly angle of Lot 4 in that Con- 
cession VII; 

Thence easterly to and along the southerly 
limit of Lot 4 in Concession VHJ, east of 
Hurontario Street, to the westerly limit of the 
easterly half of that Lot; 

Thence northerly along that westerly limit to 
the northerly limit of the southerly half of 
that Lot 4; 

Thence easterly along that northerly limit 
and that northerly limit prolonged to the 
easterly boundary of the Township of Mono; 



Thence southerly and westerly following the 
boundaries of that Township to the place of 
beginning. 

Lorne Henderson 
Provincial Secretary for 
Resources Development 

Dated at Toronto, this 13th day of December, 1982. 

(1976) 4 

ASSESSMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 9/83. 

Equalization of Assessments Made Under 

Section 63 of the Assessment Act. 
Made — January 5th, 1983. 
Filed — January 6th, 1983. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
ASSESSMENT ACT 

EQUALIZATION OF ASSESSMENTS MADE 

UNDER SECTION 63 OF THE 

ASSESSMENT ACT 

1. The equalization of assessments made under the 
Act in each prescribed class of real property necessary 
in order to provide, for each municipality specified in 
the Schedule to this Regulation, assessments of real 
property that, in accordance with section 63 of the Act, 
will be equitable one with the other in each prescribed 
class of real property shall include, as standards to be 
taken into account in such equalization and the com- 
putation of the factors resulting therefrom, the fol- 
lowing considerations: 

1 . The proportion that the municipal and school 
taxes levied for the year 1982 against the total 
assessment of real property in each pre- 
scribed class of real property is of the total 
municipal and school taxes levied for the year 
1982 in the municipality shall be maintained 
to the extent that, if that single mill rate that 
would have been required to produce in the 
year 1982 the amount of municipal and 
school taxes levied in that year against the 
total assessment of the prescribed class of real 
property - were applied to the total assessment 
for that prescribed class of real property 
resulting from the application of the factors 
hereafter in this Regulation prescribed for 
that class of real property in that municipal- 
ity, the municipal and school taxes that 
would have been so levied for the year 1982 
from the total assessment for that prescribed 
class will be substantially the same total 
amount for that prescribed class of real prop- 
erty as was actually levied in the municipal- 
ity for the year 1982 against the total assess- 
ment for that prescribed class of real property 
in that municipality. 



656 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 9/83 



2 . All real property within a prescribed class of 
real property in the same municipality shall, 
as nearly as may be, be assessed at the same 
proportion of the market value of such real 
property in the year 1980, as that market 
value is determined by the Assessment 
Commissioner in whose Assessment Region 
such real property is located. 

3. The total assessment, including assessments 
made under section 32 or 33 of the Act, of the 
real property in a municipality to which this 
Regulation applies shall not be increased or 
decreased substantially. 

4. Equitability of assessment of real property 
within each prescribed class of real property 
in the same municipality shall be established 
without significant alteration of the assess- 
ment relationships between prescribed clas- 
ses of real property in the same municipality, 
provided that this paragraph does not apply 
to affect changes in the assessment relation- 
ship between prescribed classes of real prop- 
erty that result from an increase in the total 
assessment of the prescribed class of real 
property by reason of assessments made 
under section 32 or 33 of the Act. O. Reg. 
9/83, s. 1. 

2. This Regulation applies to the municipalities 
named in the Schedule to this Regulation and to the 
assessment to be shown on the assessment roll to be 
returned in each such municipality for the year 1982 
for taxation in the year 1983. O. Reg. 9/83, s. 2. 



3. For the purposes of this Regulation, the real 
property situate in each municipality named in the 
Schedule to this Regulation shall be divided into the 
prescribed classes of real property that are designated 
in the said Schedule for that municipality, and all real 
property in the municipality shall be allocated to that 
prescribed class of real property that most nearly 
describes the physical nature and characteristics of the 
real property. O. Reg. 9/83, s. 3. 

4. For the purposes of this Regulation, the factor to 
be applied to the market value, as determined in 
accordance with paragraph 2 of section 1 , of real prop- 
erty in each prescribed class of real property in the 
municipality shall be that shown in the Schedule to 
this Regulation opposite the number of the prescribed 
class applicable to that municipality. O. Reg. 9/83, 
s. 4. 



5. For the purposes of this Regulation, the follow- 
ing classes of real property are prescribed: 

Class 1 

Property assessed either, 

(a) as residential and comprising not more than 
six residential units, including vacant land 
municipally zoned principally for residential 
development described in this clause; or 

(b) as recreational land. 

Class 2 

Property assessed either, 

(a) as residential and comprising seven or more 
residential units, including vacant land 
municipally zoned principally for residential 
development described in this clause; or 

(b) as a unit or proposed unit within the meaning 
of the Condominium Act to which subsection 
65 (2) of the Assessment Act does not apply 
and that is part of a building or parcel of land 
containing seven or more residential units, 
whether or not such residential units are 
units or proposed units within the meaning of 
the Condominium Act. 

Class 3 

Property assessed as commercial, including vac- 
ant land municipally zoned principally for com- 
mercial development. 

Class 4 

Property assessed as industrial, including vacant 
land municipally zoned principally for industrial 
development. 

Class 5 

Property assessed as farm land. 
Class 6 

Property assessed as a pipeline. 

Class 7 

Property assessed as a railway right-of-way. 
O. Reg. 9/83, s. 5. 






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O. Reg. 9/83 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Schedule 
THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF HAMILTON-WENTWORTH 



657 



Municipality 
TOWN 

Ancaster 



Prescribed 

Class of 

Real Property 



Factor 
(0.) 



064 
137 
092 
086 
051 
090 
022 



THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF YORK 



Municipality 

TOWNS 

Aurora 



East Gwillimbury 



Newmarket 



Whitchurch-Stouf fville 



Prescribed 
Class of 
Real Property 



Factor 
(0.) 



297 
566 
333 
405 
241 
366 
056 

229 
239 
326 
197 
322 
057 

289 
470 
227 
320 
220 
336 
117 

235 
477 
220 
268 
231 
318 
073 



11 



658 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 9/83- 



TOWNSHIPS 



Georgina 1 259 

2 309 

3 292 

4 332 

5 198 

6 365 

7 060 

King 1 238 

2 383 

3 256 

4 343 

5 222 

6 283 

7 012 



THE COUNTY OF DUFFERIN 

Prescribed 
Class of Factor 

Municipality Real Property (0 . ) 

TOWNSHIP 

Mono 1 41 

3 062 

4 056 

5 040 

6 051 

THE COUNTY OF ELGIN 



Municipality 
TOWNSHIP 

Dunwich 



Prescribed 
Class of 
Real Proper 


ty 


Factor 
(0.) 


1 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 




060 
121 
087 
038 
103 
023 






12 



O. Reg. 9/83 



Municipality 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
THE COUNTY OF HASTINGS 

Prescribed 
Class of 
Real Property 



659 



Factor 
(0.) 



VILLAGE 

Tweed 



054 
062 
076 
054 
053 
019 



Municipality 

TOWN 

Ridge town 



THE COUNTY OF KENT 

Prescribed 
Class of 

Real Property 



Factor 
(0.) 



288 
409 
393 
464 
232 
572 
101 



THE COUNTY OF LAMBTOX 



Municipality 

VILLAGES 

Alvinston 



Oil Springs 



TOWNSHIPS 

Bosanquet 



Prescribed 
Class of 
Real Property 



Factor 
(0.) 



069 
117 
064 
080 

303 
303 
281 
177 
462 



046 
054 
035 
020 



13 



660 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 9/83 



Moore 



070 
157 
075 
120 
040 
099 
053 



THE UNITED COUNTIES OF LEEDS AND GRENVILLE 



Municipality 

TOWN 

Kemptville 



VILLAGE 

Newboro 



TOWNSHIPS 

Front of Yonge 



Kitley 



Prescribed 
Class of 
Real Property 



North Crosby 



Factor 
(0.) 



074 
105 
083 
090 
091 
014 



084 
119 
071 



051 
086 
091 
069 
100 
031 

065 
110 
110 
073 
197 
050 

032 

062 
062 



14 



O. Reg. 9/83 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 661 

THE COUNTY OF LENNOX AND ADDINGTON 

Prescribed 
Class of Factor 

Municipality Real Property (0 . ) 

VILLAGE 

Newburgh 1 85 

3 116 

5 087 

7 035 

THE COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX 

Prescribed 
Class of Factor 

Municipality Real Prope r ty (0.) 

VILLAGE 

Newbury 1 065 

2 100 

3 072 

4 136 

5 033 

6 092 

7 037 

THE COUNTY OF PETERBOROUGH 

Prescribed 
Class of Factor 

Municipality Real Property (0. ) 



VILLAGE 



Lakefield 1 075 

2 083 

3 081 

4 09 3 

5 100 
7 137 



TOWNSHIPS 



Douro 1 068 

3 118 

4 069 

5 053 
7 017 

Ennismore 1 351 

3 349 

4 314 

5 264 

IS 



662 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 9/83 



North Monaghan 



041 
041 
034 
037 
059 
046 



THE UNITED COUNTIES OF PRESCOTT AND RUSSELL 



Municipality 


Prescribed 
Class of 
Real Property 


TOWNSHIP 




East Hawkesbury 


1 
3 
5 
7 



Factor 
(0.) 



052 
094 
069 
038 



THE COUNTY OF RENFREW 



Municipality 


Prescribed 
Class of 
Real Property 


VILLAGE 




Killaloe Station 


1 
3 
7 


TOWNSHIPS 




Grattan 


1 
3 
4 
5 
7 


Head, Clara & Maria 


1 
3 
5 
7 


Rolfe, Buchanan, 
Wylie & McKay 


1 
3 
5 
7 



Factor 
(0.) 



063 
084 
008 



041 
068 
090 
060 
119 

048 
080 
065 
012 



053 
087 
055 
011 



16 



O. Reg. 9/83 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 663 

THE COUNTY OF SIMCOE 

Prescribed 

Class of Factor 

Municipality Real Property (0.) 

TOWNSHIPS 

Rama 1 050 

3 059 

4 156 

5 050 
7 017 

Sunnidale 1 380 

3 340 

4 450 

5 381 

6 618 

7 474 

Tecumseth 1 047 

2 131 

3 059 

4 076 

5 039 

6 073 

7 023 



THE COUNTY OF VICTORIA 

Prescribed 
Class of Factor 

Municipality Real Property (0.) 



TOWNSHIP 



Laxton, Digby & 

Longford 1 014 

3 020 

4 018 

5 018 



17 



664 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
THE COUNTY OF WELLINGTON 



O. Reg. 9/83 



Municipality 



Prescribed 
Class of 
Real Property 



Factor 
(0.) 



VILLAGES 

Elora 



Erin 



310 
581 
259 
473 
276 
422 
234 

292 

713 
304 
375 
387 
381 
041 



TOWNSHIPS 
Erin 



Maryborough 



1 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 

1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 

THE DISTRICT OF ALGOMA 



043 
058 
047 
040 
053 
039 

051 
128 
073 
096 
048 
125 
030 



Municipality 



Prescribed 
Class of 
Real Property 



Factor 
(0.) 



CITY 



Sault Ste Marie 



153 
186 
192 
227 
149 
238 
093 



18 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
THE DISTRICT OF COCHRANE 



665 



Municipality 

TOWN 

Cochrane 



Prescribed 
Class of 
Real Property 



Factor 
(0.) 



351 
546 
402 
409 
680 
483 
169 



TOWNSHIPS 

Glackmeyer 



Moonbeam 



Owens, Williamson 
and Idington 



248 
300 
205 
453 
069 

285 
467 
316 
429 
504 



332 
421 
498 
459 
442 
514 



Municipality 



THE DISTRICT OF TIMISKAMING 

Prescribed 

Class of 

Real Property 



Factor 
(0.) 



IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT 
Matachewan 



053 
095 
172 



19 



666 O. Reg. 9/83 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
THE DISTRICT OF KENORA 



O. Reg. 10/83 



Municipality 
TOWNSHIP 

Machin 



Prescribed 
Class of 
Real Property 



Factor 
(0.) 



030 
048 
059 
035 
066 
015 



Municipality 
CITY 

North Bay 



THE DISTRICT OF NIPISSING 

Prescribed 
Class of 
Real Property 



Factor 
(0.) 



078 
153 
115 
138 
091 
102 
050 



Dated at Toronto, this 5th day of January, 1983. 
(1990) 



O. Reg. 9/83, Sched. 

George Ashe 
Minister of Revenue 



ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 10/83. 

Exemption — Ministry of Natural 

Resources— MNR-35/2 . 
Made— December 22nd, 1982. 
Approved — December 22nd, 1982. 
Filed— January 6th, 1983. 



ORDER MADE UNDER THE 
ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

EXEMPTION— MINISTRY OF NATURAL 
RESOURCES— MNR-35/2 

Having received a request from the Minister of 
Natural Resources that an undertaking, namely: 



seismic survey activities of the Ontario Geological 
Survey which include the use of explosives as 
wave generation sources, 

be exempt from the application of the Act pursuant to 
section 29; and 

Having been advised that if the undertaking is sub- 
ject to the application of the Act, the following injury, 
damage or interference with the persons and property 
indicated will occur: 

A. The resource management and protection 
facilitated by the activities that comprise the 
undertaking will be disrupted. 

Having weighed such injury, damage, or interfer- 
ence against the betterment of the people of the whole 
or any part of Ontario by the protection, conservation 



20 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 11/83 667 



and wise management in Ontario of the environment 
which would result from the undertaking being subject 
to the application of the Act; 

The undersigned is of the opinion that it is in the 
public interest to order and orders that the undertak- 
ing is exempt from the application of the Act for the 
following reasons: 

A. The Ministry of Natural Resources has 
initiated pre-submission consultation for a 
Class Environmental Assessment on seismic 
survey activities and anticipates formal sub- 
mission in the near future. 

B. The Ministry of Natural Resources will 
adhere to the provisions set out in the draft 
Environmental Assessment as submitted for 
pre-submission consultation. 

C. Seismic surveys provide baseline geological 
information which is necessary for continued 
mineral resource management. 

D. Prior to commencement, any approvals 
required under the Environmental Protection 
Act will be obtained. 

This exemption is subject to the following terms and 
conditions: 

1. The Ontario Geological Survey as well as the 
involved District Office of the Ministry of 
Natural Resources will adhere to the provi- 
sions set out in the draft Class Environmen- 
tal Assessment document for any seismic 
survey project which proposes the use of 
explosives. 

2. The Ministry of Natural Resources shall 
ensure at all project locations that site gar- 
bage is removed and that waste machine oils, 
fuels and maintenance residues are disposed 
of in an environmentally acceptable manner. 

3. Where the implementation of the undertak- 
ing requires some activity, for which an 
Environmental Assessment has been done 
and approval to proceed received, be con- 
ducted, that activity will be carried out in 
accordance with the Environmental Assess- 
ment and approval to proceed; 

4. This exemption shall terminate on December 
31, 1983 or at any time prior, upon approval 
to proceed with respect to the Class 
Environmental Assessment. 

This order comes into force and has effect on and 
after the date upon which it is signed. O. Reg. 10/83. 

Keith C. Norton 
Minister of the Environment 

Dated this 22 nd day of December, 1982. 

(1991) 4 



I \\ IRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 11/83. 

Exemption — Ministry of Natural 

Resources— MNR- 1 9/5 . 
Made — December 22 nd, 1982. 
Approved — December 22nd, 1982. 
Filed — January 6th, 1983. 



ORDER MADE UNDER THE 
ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

EXEMPTION— MINISTRY OF NATURAL 
RESOURCES— MNR-19/5 

Having received a request from the Minister of 
Natural Resources that an undertaking, namely: 

The activities of constructing or implementing: 

(a) landfill sites, dumps and transfer stations, 
which are currently exempted by MNR 19/4 
(Ontario Regulation 883/81); and, 

(b) reclamation of fisheries by mechanical and 
chemical means which had previously been 
exempted by MNR 19/3 (Ontario Regulation 
43/81) 

be exempt from the application of the Act pursuant to 
section 29; and 

Having been advised that if the projects within the 
undertaking are subject to the Act while the class 
environmental assessments for the above undertaking 
are in the final stages of review and approval under the 
Act, the following injury, damage or interference with 
the persons and property indicated will occur: 

A. The resource management and protection 
provided by the activities that comprise the 
undertaking will be disrupted. 

Having weighed such injury, damage, or interfer- 
ence against the betterment of the people of the whole 
or any part of Ontario by the protection, conservation 
and wise management in Ontario of the environment 
which would result from the undertaking being subject 
to the application of the Act; 

The undersigned is of the opinion that it is in the 
public interest to order and orders that the undertak- 
ing is exempt from the application of the Act for the 
following reasons: 

A. Progress has been made in processing the 
Class Environmental Assessments for the 
undertakings which have been submitted but 
not yet accepted; 

B. The Ministry of Natural Resources will 
adhere to the provisions set out in the Class 
Environmental Assessments as submitted on 



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668 



O. Reg. 11/83 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 12/83 



some of the projects within the proposed 
undertaking to gain experience so that the 
Class Environmental Assessments may be 
readily applied to the undertaking after 
approval; 

C. The Ministry of Natural Resources is subject 
to the provisions of the Environmental Pro- 
tection Act and the Pesticides Act. 

This exemption is subject to the following terms and 
conditions: 

1. Where the carrying out of a project requires 
that some activity, for which an Environ- 
mental Assessment has been done and an 
approval to proceed received, be conducted, 
that project shall be carried out in accord- 
ance with the Environmental Assessment 
and approval to proceed. 

2. This exemption shall not apply with respect 
to a project after the earlier of December 31, 
1983, or the granting of an approval to pro- 
ceed with respect to a Class Environmental 
Assessment which applies to the project and 
shall not apply to a project for which the 
implementation is not scheduled to be com- 
pleted by December 31, 1983. 

3. The Ministry of Natural Resources shall 
adhere to the provisions set out in the Class 
Environmental Assessments as submitted on 
some of the projects within the proposed 
undertaking. The Ministry of Natural 
Resources shall consult with the Director of 
the Environmental Assessment Branch to 
determine which projects will be carried out 
in accordance with the provisions of the 
Class Environmental Assessments. 

4. Within 90 days of the effective date of this 
order, the Ministry of Natural Resources 
shall provide a list of all activities carried out 
pursuant to this order to the Director of the 
Environmental Assessment Branch for filing 
in the Public Record. Any projects not 
included on the list furnished under this con- 
dition shall not be proceeded with until they 
are included in an amendment to the list pro- 
vided to the Director. 

5. When an Environmental Assessment is sub- 
mitted for an individual project identified as 
part of the undertaking exempted by this 
order, that project shall be deemed to be a 
separate undertaking and not be exempted 
by this order. O. Reg. 11/83. 

Keith C. Norton 
Minister of the Environment 

Dated this 22 nd day of December, 1982. 

(1992) 4 



ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 12/83. 

Exemption — Ministry of Natural 

Resources — MNR-4 1 . 
Made — December 22nd, 1982. 
Approved — December 22nd, 1982. 
Filed — January 6th, 1983. 



ORDER MADE UNDER THE 
ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

EXEMPTION— MINISTRY OF NATURAL 
RESOURCES— MNR-41 

Having received a request from the Minister of 
Natural Resources that an undertaking, namely: 

the planning and implementing of forest man- 
agement activities south of the Ministry of Natur- 
al Resources' Forest Management Units, on 
agreement forests, private land under the Wood- 
lands Improvement Act, and Crown land, 

be exempt from the application of the Act pursuant to 
section 29; and 

Having been advised that if the undertaking is sub- 
ject to the application of the Act, the following injury, 
damage or interference with the persons and property 
indicated will occur: 

A. The Ministry of Natural Resources has 
advised and substantiated that the under- 
taking has no significant environmental 
effects and the application of the Act is not 
warranted. 

Having weighed such injury, damage, or interfer- 
ence against the betterment of the people of the whole 
or any part of Ontario by the protection, conservation 
and wise management in Ontario of the environment 
which would result from the undertaking being subject 
to the application of the Act; 

The undersigned is of the opinion that it is in the 
public interest to order and orders that the undertak- 
ing is exempt from the application of the Act for the 
following reasons: 

A. The undertaking is comprised of a series of 
activities aimed at preserving area resources 
and ensuring that environmental protection 
and resources management practices are 
instituted. 

B. The undertaking is sufficiently regulated in 
terms of the potential environmental conse- 
quences under existing statutes, regulations, 
policies and guidelines. 

C. The management responsibility of the 
Ministry of Natural Resources for the 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 13/83 



669 



Woodlands Improvement Act and agreement 
forests is shared with the landowners. The 
agreements between the landowners and the 
Ministry of Natural Resources seek to 
strengthen that management by introducing 
reforestation and woodlot improvement 
activities to provide a more balanced man- 
agement program to the benefit of the land- 
owner and ultimately to all people in 
Ontario. 

D. Activities for the purpose of reforestation and 
woodlot management are now exempt under 
Regulation 636/77 of the Act for agree- 
ment forests managed with conservation 
authorities. Similar activities for muni- 
cipalities, townships and counties are, how- 
ever, subject to the Act. These activities 
should have the same status regardless of the 
landowner. 

This exemption is subject to the following terms and 
conditions: 

1 . Where the carrying out of the undertaking by 
the Ministry of Natural Resources requires 
that some activity, for which an Environ- 
mental Assessment has been done and an 
approval to proceed received or an exemp- 
tion granted, be conducted, that activity is 
not exempt under this order but shall be car- 
ried out in accordance with the Environ- 
mental Assessment and approval to proceed, 
or the conditions of exemption whichever is 
applicable. 

2. The Ministry of Natural Resources shall 
plan, implement and provide for public input 
for aerial spraying activities in accordance 
with established policies for herbicides FR- 
04-40-01, insecticides FR-04-20-01 and the 
existing guidelines found in the Ministry of 
Natural Resources' "Aerial Spraying for 
Forest Management — An Operational Man- 
ual". 



When an Environmental Assessment is sub- 
mitted for an individual project identified as 
part of the undertaking exempted by this 
order, that project shall be deemed to be a 
separate undertaking and not be exempted 
by this order. O. Reg. 12/83. 



Keith C. Norton 
Minister of the Environment 



Dated this 22nd day of December, 1982. 



(1993) 



ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 13/83. 

Exemption — Ministry of Natural 

Resources— MNR- 1 1/5 . 
Made — December 22nd, 1982. 
Approved — December 22nd, 1982. 
Filed— January 6th, 1983. 



ORDER MADE UNDER THE 
ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

EXEMPTION— MINISTRY OF NATURAL 
RESOURCES— MNR-1 1/5 

Having received a request from the Minister of 
Natural Resources that an undertaking, namely: 

Forest management by the Ministry of Natural 
Resources on Crown land presently included 
within forest management units and associated 
tree nurseries 

be exempt from the application of the Act for an 
additional period pursuant to section 29; and 

Having been advised that if the undertaking is sub- 
ject to the application of the Act, the following injury, 
damage or interference with the persons indicated will 
occur: 

The Crown and the public will be interfered with 
by the delay in planning and implementing of 
forest management plans which are scheduled to 
proceed within the period of the exemption. 

Having weighed such injury, damage, or interfer- 
ence against the betterment of the people of the whole 
or any part of Ontario by the protection, conservation 
and wise management in Ontario of the environment 
which would result from the undertaking being subject 
to the application of the Act; 

The undersigned is of the opinion that it is in the 
public interest to order and orders that the undertak- 
ing is exempt from the application of the Act for the 
following reasons: 

A. The Ministry of Natural Resources requires 
additional time to develop an approach to the 
application of the Act to the undertaking. 

B. The Ministry of Natural Resources will 
undertake measures to implement public 
participation with respect to an approval of 
Forest Management Agreements, Forest 
Management Plans and Operating Plans, 
including road plans prescribed by these, and 
with respect to aerial spraying of pesticides 
for forest management purposes. 

C. The undertaking is an on-going activity of 
the Ministry of Natural Resources and is an 



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670 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 13/83 



integral part of the economy of the Province. 
Since the exemption for this undertaking 
under Exemption Order MNR 11/4 will 
expire on December 31, 1982, the application 
of the Act before June 30, 1983 in the absence 
of an approval under the Act would result in 
the halting of forest management on Crown 
land. Therefore, the interference which 
would be caused would be undue. 
This exemption is subject to the following terms and 
conditions: 

1. The Ministry of Natural Resources or its 
agent shall solicit input and comments from 
the public and Government agencies at an 
early stage of the preparation of Forest Man- 
agement Plans and Operating Plans, as well 
as thirty days prior to the proposed plan 
being submitted for approval for implemen- 
tation. 

2. The Ministry of Natural Resources shall 
develop a procedure to solicit, evaluate and 
respond to input and comments from the 
public and Government agencies at an early 
stage of the preparation of Forest Manage- 
ment Plans and Operating Plans for Crown 
and company management units. This pro- 
cedure shall be included as part of the Class 
Environmental Assessment to be submitted 
for the Activity of Forest Management on 
Crown land in Ontario for approval under 
the Act, and will also be incorporated into 
the forest management planning process. 

3. For the period that this exemption order is in 
force, the Ministry of Natural Resources 
shall plan primary public forest access roads 
on Crown Management Units in accordance 
with the approved Class Environmental 
Assessment for "Access Roads to MNR 
Facilities". This procedure shall give 
emphasis to the identification of alternative 
road locations and evaluation of the 
environmental effects of alternatives con- 
sidered and shall provide a rationale for the 
alternative road location which is selected. 

4. At least 30 days prior to the anticipated aerial 
spraying of herbicides or insecticides for 
forest management purposes, the Ministry of 
Natural Resources shall notify the public, the 
appropriate Regional Office of the Ministry 
of the Environment and the Environmental 
Assessment Branch of the project. During 
this period a project description shall be 
made available for public inspection at the 
appropriate district office of the Ministry of 
Natural Resources. Where there is a news- 
paper or radio or television station serving 
the area concerned, the public notice shall be 
in the form of a paid public notice in one or 
more of such media. An illustrative format 
which may be used for a printed notice is 
attached as follows: 



Illustrative Format for Public Notice 

for Aerial Spraying of Herbicides and 

Insecticides 

As part of the Ministry of Natural Resources' 
ongoing program to regenerate and protect 
our forests, selected stands (specified area) 
will be sprayed with an (insecticide or her- 
bicide) to control (competing vegetation or 
name of insect) starting on or about (date). 

Further details about this program, including 
specific locations, are available from the 
(District, Regional or Main) Office of the 
Ministry of Natural Resources. 

— Responsible MNR Manager 

— Address 

— Telephone Number 

5. The Ministry of Natural Resources shall pre- 
pare a letter for each plan prepared pursuant 
to this exemption and send it to the Director 
of the Environmental Assessment Branch for 
inclusion in the Public Record. The letter 
shall describe: 

(a) the area covered by the plan; 

(b) the duration of the plan; 

(c) the date of the public notification; 

(d) the nature of the comments received 
from the public and the government 
agencies; and 

(e) the proponent's responses to the 
comments received. 

This shall be submitted when the final sol- 
icitation under Condition 1 is commenced. 

6. The Ministry of Natural Resources shall pro- 
vide the Director of the Environmental 
Assessment Branch with a list of those plans 
scheduled for approval during the period of 
this order, by January 31, 1983. The Director 
shall be notified of any additions to or dele- 
tions from the list at the time of such 
changes. 

7. Where the carrying out of the undertaking 
requires that some activity, for which an 
Environmental Assessment has been done 
and an approval to proceed received, be con- 
ducted, that activity shall be carried out in 
accordance with the Environmental Assess- 
ment and approval to proceed. 

8. This order expires on the earlier date of June 
30, 1983 or the granting of an approval under 



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O. Reg. 13/83 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 14/83 671 



the Act for the forest management under- 
taking. O. Reg. 13/83. 

Keith C. Norton 
Minister of the Environment 

Dated this 22nd day of December, 1982. 

(1994) 4 

ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 14/83. 

Exemption — Ministry- of Government 

Services— MGS-5 2. 
Made — December 22nd, 1982. 
Approved — December 22nd, 1982. 
Filed— January 6th, 1983. 



ORDER MADE UNDER THE 
ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

EXEMPTION— MINISTRY OF GOVERNMENT 
SERVICES— MGS-5 2 

Having received a request from the Minister of 
Government Services that an undertaking, namely: 

The activity of developing and implementing the 
special-lease projects for the provision of accom- 
modations projects described in the conditions, by 
the Ministry of Government Services, 

be exempt from the application of the Act pursuant to 
section 29; and 

Having been advised by the Minister of Govern- 
ment Services that if the undertaking is subject to the 
application of the Act, the following damage or inter- 
ference with the persons and property indicated will 
occur: 

A. The Ministries of Transportation and Com- 
munications, Health, and Community and 
Social Services will be interfered with, 
because they urgently require the undertak- 
ing to overcome existing inadequate facilities 
which severely hamper effective and efficient 
program delivery and the Ministry- of Gov- 
ernment Services has been unable to prepare 
environmental assessments in sufficient time 
to meet the requirements of the other three 
Ministries because the Ministry of Govern- 
ment Services has been preparing a class 
environmental assessment for this type of 
activity; and 

B. The public will be interfered with and dam- 
aged because the level of service available 
from the Ministry of Government Services' 
Client Ministries, the efficiency with which it 
is effected and the access to that service is 
diminished by the inadequacies of the exist- 
ing accommodations. 



Having weighed such damage or interference 
against the betterment of the people of the whole or 
any part of Ontario by the protection, conservation 
and wise management in Ontario of the environment 
which would result from the undertaking being subject 
to the application of the Act; 

The undersigned is of the opinion that it is in the 
public interest to order and orders that the undertak- 
ing is exempt from the application of the Act for the 
following reasons: 

A. The Minister of Government Services has 
assured me that the undertaking will not 
have any significant adverse effect on the 
environment, based in part, upon the fact 
that adequate municipal services exist or can 
be made available at the sites to accommo- 
date the three developments and, that zoning 
at the sites will permit the contemplated uses. 

This exemption is subject to the following terms and 
conditions: 

1. This exemption order only applies with 
respect to the following three projects: 

(a) Ministry of Transportation and 
Communications proposed Driver 
Examination Centre, Industrial 
Parkway and Scanlon Court, Aurora, 
Ministry of Government Services' 
Project No. TC-L-6885; 

(ft) Ministry of Health proposed Ambu- 
lance Station, Queensway-Carleton 
Hospital, Ottawa, Ministry' of Gov- 
ernment Services' Project No. HEL- 
6483; 

(c) Ministry of Community and Social 
Services proposed Northeast Adult 
Local Office, 1911 Eglinton Avenue 
East, Toronto, Ministry of Govern- 
ment Services' Project No. CML- 
6867. 

2. This exemption order does not apply with 
respect to any project for which the proposed 
supplier of the project and the Crown have 
not entered into a contract by June 30, 1983, 
for the carrying out of the project. 

3. Where an activity, which otherwise would be 
exempt under this order, is being carried out 
in connection with, or is part of, an under- 
taking for which an environmental assess- 
ment has been done and approval to proceed 
received, the activity shall not be exempt 
under this order but shall be carried out in 
accordance with the approval to proceed. 
O. Reg. 14/83. 

Keith C. Norton 
Minister of the Environment 

Dated this 22nd day of December, 1982. 



(1995) 



25 



672 O. Reg. 15/83 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 16/83 



ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 15/83. 

Exemption — City of Toronto — TOR-3. 
Made — December 22 nd, 1982. 
Approved — December 22nd, 1982. 
Filed— January 6th, 1983. 



ORDER MADE UNDER THE 
ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

EXEMPTION— CITY OF TORONTO— TOR-3 

Having received a request from the Corporation of 
the City of Toronto that an undertaking, namely: 

The activity of acquiring property, namely 201 
Yonge Street, 170 Victoria Street, 220 Victoria 
Street and 10 Shuter Street in the City of Toronto, 

be exempt from the application of the Act pursuant to 
section 29; and 

Having been advised by the Corporation of the City 
of Toronto (the "City of Toronto") that if the under- 
taking is subject to the application of the Act, the fol- 
lowing injury, damage or interference with the persons 
and property indicated will occur: 

A. The City of Toronto and the public will be 
damaged by the unnecessary expense in pre- 
paring an environmental assessment of an 
undertaking, the acquisition of property, 
which will have no significant adverse effects 
on the environment. 

B. The City of Toronto will be interfered with 
by not being able to acquire the property at 
this time as part of a negotiated settlement 
respecting the Eaton Centre. The City of 
Toronto may also be damaged if the property 
is conveyed to another party. 

Having weighed such injury, damage, or interfer- 
ence against the betterment of the people of the whole 
or any part of Ontario by the protection, conservation 
and wise management in Ontario of the environment 
which would result from the undertaking being subject 
to the application of the Act; 

The undersigned is of the opinion that it is in the 
public interest to order and orders that the undertak- 
ing is exempt from the application of the Act for the 
following reasons: 

A. The effects on the environment of the pro- 
posed activity, the acquisition of property, 
would appear to be insignificant and to be 
generally positive in nature, and it would 
appear that no useful purpose would be 
served by requiring the submission of an 
environmental assessment because the 
benefits of requiring an assessment do not 



appear to outweigh the damage that would 
be done to the City of Toronto and to the 
public if an environmental assessment were 
required to be submitted. 

B. The proponent advises that acquisition of the 
property by the City of Toronto is an impor- 
tant factor in a negotiated settlement 
respecting the Eaton Centre. 

This exemption is subject to the following terms and 
conditions: 

1 . The acquisition of the properties by the City 
of Toronto shall not be used as reason or 
argument for the siting of any facilities which 
are subject to the Act. 

2. This order expires on December 31, 
1985. O. Reg. 15/83. 

Keith C. Norton 
Minister of the Environment 

Dated this 22 nd day of December, 1982. 

(1996) 

ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 16/83. 

Exemption — Ministry of Transportation and 

Communications — MTC-50. 
Made — December 22nd, 1982. 
Approved — December 22nd, 1982. 
Filed— January 6th, 1983. 



ORDER MADE UNDER THE 
ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

EXEMPTION— MINISTRY OF 

TRANSPORTATION AND 
COMMUNICATIONS— MTC-5 

Having received a request from the Ministry of 
Transportation and Communications that an under- 
taking, namely: 

The activity of carrying out the design, construc- 
tion, operation and maintenance of Highway 403 
from Horner Creek in Burford Township, County 
of Brant, westerly to Highway 401, 

be exempt from the application of the Act pursuant to 
section 29; and 

Having been advised that if the undertaking is sub- 
ject to the application of the Act, the following injury, 
damage or interference with the persons and property 
indicated will occur: 

A. The Ministry of Transportation and Com- 
munications will be interfered with and 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



673 



damaged by the undue delay and expense 
resulting from the application of the Act to 
projects that were well advanced prior to the 
Act being proclaimed in force; and 

Having weighed such injur>-, damage, or interfer- 
ence against the betterment of the people of the whole 
or any part of Ontario by the protection, conservation 
and wise management in Ontario of the environment 
which would result from the undertaking being subject 
to the application of the Act; 

The undersigned is of the opinion that it is in the 
public interest to order and orders that the undertak- 
ing is exempt from the application of the Act for the 
following reasons: 

A. The designation of the highway route and the 
acquisition of land has been exempted by 
Order-in-Council No. 2487/80. 

B. The Ministry of Transportation and Com- 
munications has submitted a report on the 
design and construction phases for part of the 
undertaking and will submit another report 
on the same matters for the remaining por- 
tion of the undertaking. 

C. An active public participation program car- 
ried out for the undertaking continues to 
indicate a strong public desire for prompt 
completion of these final sections of Highway 
403. 

D. The protection, conservation and wise man- 
agement of the environment will be suffi- 
ciently provided for by the detailed environ- 
mental design and construction techniques 
employed by the Ministry of Transportation 
and Communications as part of its policy, 
and by conditions of approval. 

This exemption is subject to the following terms and 
conditions: 

1. The Ministry of Transportation and Com- 
munications shall make available to affected 
parties, Government Ministries and agen- 
cies, well in advance of construction of the 
undertaking, an Environmental Assessment 
Report covering the design, construction, 
operation and maintenance phases of the 
final section of Highway 403 from Highway 
53 westerly to Highway 401. The Ministry of 
Transportation and Communications will 
earn- out this portion of the undertaking with 
due regard for matters relating to the natural 
environment and will work closely with 
affected agencies and individuals in the con- 
sideration of their concerns. 

2. In respect of the portion of the undertaking 
from Horner Creek westerly to Highway 53 
Interchange, the Ministry of Transportation 
and Communications will do the following: 



(i) Except as provided by the subsequent 
conditions, the Ministry of Trans- 
portation and Communications shall 
comply with the recommendations as 
set forth in its Environmental 
Assessment Report dated August 20/ 
82 prepared for the portion of the 
undertaking from Horner Creek west- 
erly to No. 53 Interchange. 

(ii) The final design for the Horner Creek 
crossing will be developed by the 
Ministry of Transportation and 
Communications in consultation with 
and to the satisfaction of the staff at 
the Grand River Conservation 
Authority. 

(iii) The Ministry of Transportation and 
Communications will develop a pro- 
gram, in consultation with and to the 
satisfaction of the staff at the West- 
Central and Southwestern Regional 
Offices of the Ministry of the Envi- 
ronment, for monitoring potential 
effects on water quality and quantity 
for wells, as listed in Appendix 6 of 
the Environmental Assessment 
Report, including any required cor- 
rective action. 

(iv) Safeguards necessary to minimize 
sedimentation in Horner Creek during 
construction and operation will be 
incorporated into proposed contract 
specifications and drawings to the 
satisfaction of the staff of the West- 
Central Regional Office of the Minis- 
try of the Environment. 

(v) The Ministry of Transportation and 
Communications will consult with the 
West-Central Regional Office of the 
Ministry of the Environment as to the 
method proposed by the contractor for 
the water crossing of Horner Creek to 
ensure that the purposes of the 
safeguards required by sub-condition 
(iv) are satisfied and notify the West- 
Central Regional Office at least 72 
hours before the proposed start of 
construction at the water crossing to 
permit on site inspection. 

3. When the carrying out of the undertaking 
requires some activity, for which an 
Environmental Assessment has been done 
and an approval to proceed received or an 
exemption granted, be conducted, that 
activity shall be carried out in accordance 
with the Environmental Assessment and 
approval to proceed or the condition to 
exemption whichever is applicable as well 
as the provisions of conditions 1 and 2. 
O. Reg. 16/83. 



27 



674 O. Reg. 16/83 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 17/83 



Keith C. Norton 
Minister of the Environment 

Dated this 22nd day of December, 1982. 

(1997) 4 

PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 17/83. 

Restricted Areas — District of Nipissing, 

Township of Temagami. 
Made — January 4th, 1983. 
Filed— January 7th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 667 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1970 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT 

1. Section 9 of Regulation 667 of Revised Regula- 
tions of Ontario, 1970, as made by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 454/82, is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 

9. Notwithstanding subsection 3 (1), the land 
described in Schedule 3 may be used for, 



(a) the continued use thereon of the existing 
single-family dwelling, storage shed and 
cabins; 

(b) the erection and use thereon of a building to 
be used as a boat repair shop, a building to be 
used for the display and sale of boats and two 
sheds to be used for the purpose of storing 
boats; and 

(c) the erection and use thereon of buildings and 
structures accessory to the single-family 
dwelling use permitted by clause (a) and to 
the boat repair, sales and storage uses per- 
mitted by clause (b), 

provided that no habitable structure may be con- 
structed below 294.7 metres Canada Geodetic 
Datum. O. Reg. 17/83, s. 1. 

L. J. Fincham 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

and Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 4th day of January, 1983. 

(1998) 4 



28 



O. Reg. 18/83 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 20/83 753 



Publications Under The Regulations Act 



January 29th, 1983 



PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 18/83. 

Order Made Under Section 30 Of 

the Planning Act. 
Made— January 6th, 1983. 
Filed— January 10th, 1983. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
PLANNING ACT 

ORDER MADE UNDER SECTION 30 OF THE 
PLANNING ACT 

1. A contravention before the 19th day of March, 
1973 of section 29 of The Planning Act, being chapter 
349 of the Revised Statutes of Ontario, 1970 or a pre- 
decessor thereof, or of a by-law passed under a pre- 
decessor of the said section, or of an Order made under 
clause 27 (1) (b), as it existed on the 25th day of June, 
1970, of The Planning Act, being chapter 296 of the 
Revised Statutes of Ontario, 1960 or a predecessor 
thereof, does not have and shall be deemed never to 
have had the effect of preventing the conveyance or 
creation of any interest in the following parcel of land: 

That parcel of land situate in the Town of Wasaga 
Beach, formerly in the Township of Sunnidale, in 
the County of Simcoe, being that part of Lot 6 in 
Concession XVI designated as Part 3 according to a 
Reference Plan deposited in the Land Registry 
Office for the Registry Division of Simcoe (No. 51) 
as Number 534. O. Reg. 18/83, s. 1. 

D. P. McHugh 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

Central and Southwest 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

and Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 6th day of January, 1983. 



(2002) 



HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

O. Reg. 19/83. 

School Buses. 

Made — December 22nd, 1982. 

Filed — January 10th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 484 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 



1 . Section 2 of Regulation 484 of Revised Regula- 
tions of Ontario, 1980 is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

2. — (1) No person shall sell or offer to sell a new 
school bus having a seating capacity for twenty-four or 
more passengers that has a body or chassis manufac- 
tured before the 1st day of December, 1982 and does 
not conform to the Canadian Standards Association 
Standard D250, 1-1975 or D250-M 1982. 

(2) No person shall sell or offer to sell a new school 
bus that has a body and chassis manufactured on or 
after the 1st day of December, 1982 and does not con- 
form to the Canadian Standards Association Standard 
D250-M 1982. O. Reg. 19/83, s. 1. 

(2003) 5 



FARM PRODUCTS MARKETING ACT 

O. Reg. 20/83. 

Vegetables for Processing — Marketing. 
Made — January 10th, 1983. 
Filed— January 11th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 388 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

FARM PRODUCTS MARKETING ACT 

1. Section 15 of Regulation 388 of Revised Regu- 
lations of Ontario, 1980, as amended by section 
2 of Ontario Regulation 115/82, is further 
amended by adding thereto the following sub- 
section: 

(la) When a day referred to in subsection (1) falls on 
a Saturday or holiday, the notification shall be on or 
before the day immediately preceding the said day that 
is not a Saturday or holiday. O. Reg. 20/83, s. 1. 

The Farm Products Marketing Board: 

John McMurchy 
Chairman 

Cheryl Cheeseman 
Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 10th day of January, 1983. 

(2004) 5 



29 



754 O. Reg. 21/83 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 23/83 



ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT 

O. Reg. 21/83. 
Sewage Systems — Exemptions. 
Made— July 29th, 1982. 
Filed— January 12th, 1983. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT 

SEWAGE SYSTEMS— EXEMPTIONS 

1. Sewage works designed to distribute sewage on 
the surface of the ground for the purpose of disposing 
of the sewage and from which sewage is not to be 
drained or discharged directly or indirectly into a 
ditch, drain or storm sewer or well, lake, river, 
pond, spring, stream, reservoir or other water or water- 
course are classified as surface sewage works. O. Reg. 
21/83, s. 1. 

2. Surface sewage works that would require an 
approval under section 24 of the Ontario Water 
Resources Act but for the provisions of Part VII of the 
Environmental Protection Act are exempt from Part 
VII of the Environmental Protection Act. O. Reg. 
21/83, s. 2. 

(2018) 5 



LOCAL ROADS BOARDS ACT 

O. Reg. 22/83. 

Establishment of Local Roads Areas — 

Northern and Eastern Region. 
Made — December 21st, 1982. 
Filed— January 14th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 598 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

LOCAL ROADS BOARDS ACT 

1. Schedule 98 to Regulation 598 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor: 

Schedule 98 

KITIGAN LOCAL ROADS AREA 

All that portion of the Township of O'Brien in the 
Territorial District of Cochrane, shown outlined on 
Ministry of Transportation and Communications Plan 
N-406-3, filed with the Information Management 
Office of the Ministry of Transportation and Com- 
munications at Toronto on the 9th day of December, 
1982. O. Reg. 22/83, s. 1. 



James Snow 

Minister of Transportation 

and Communications 

Dated at Toronto, this 21st day of December, 1982. 

(2019) 5 



IMMUNIZATION OF SCHOOL PUPILS 
ACT, 1982 

O. Reg. 23/83. 

General. 

Made— January 13th, 1983. 

Filed— January 14th, 1983. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 

IMMUNIZATION OF SCHOOL PUPILS 

ACT, 1982 

GENERAL 

1. A record of immunization maintained by a medi- 
cal officer of health with respect to a pupil shall con- 
tain, 

(a) the name of the pupil in full; 

(b) the date of birth of the pupil; 

(c) the sex of the pupil; 

(d) the name of the school attended by the pupil; 

(e) a record of all the pupil's immunization 
against designated diseases showing, 

(i) the type of vaccine given, 

(ii) the date of administration of the vac- 
cine, and 

(iii) any reactions to the vaccine; 

(/) any statement of medical exemption that 
pertains to the pupil showing the effective 
time period on the statement; and 

(g) any statement of religious belief that pertains 
to the pupil. O. Reg. 23/83, s. 1. 

2. A statement of medical exemption shall be in 
Form 1. O. Reg. 23/83, s. 2. 

3. A statement of religious belief shall be in Form 
2. O. R*g. 23/83, s. 3. 

4. A notice of transfer of pupil referred to in section 
11 of the Act shall be in Form 3. O. Reg. 23/83, s. 4. 

5. The following program of immunization in 
respect of designated diseases is prescribed: 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



755 



ITEM 


DISEASE 


TYPE OF VACCINE 
TO BE USED 


MINIMUM NUMBER 
OF OOSES 
ACCEPTED 


INTERVAL 
BETWEEN 
BOOSTER DOSES 
(YEARS) 


SCHEDULE OF 
IMMUNIZATION 


1. 


Diphtheria 


TOXOID Adsorbed 
or non-adsorbed 


k 

In certain cases 
when adsorbed 
vaccine is used 
3 doses may be 
acceptable 


10 


Three injections one 
to two months apart 
with a further dose 
one year later. A 
booster dose at age 
4-6 for chi ldren 
immunized in infancy. 


2. 


Tetanus 


TOXOID Adsorbed 
or non-adsorbed 


I 

In certain cases 
when adsorbed 
vaccine is used, 
3 doses may be 
acceptable 


10 


Three Injections one 
to two months apart 
with a further dose 
one year later. A 
booster dose at age 4-6 
for children immunized 
in infancy. 


3. 


Poliomyeli- 
tis 


Inactivated 
Pol io vaccine 
(IPV) 

or 


4 


5 


Three injections one 
or two months apart 
with a further dose one 
year later. A booster 
dose at age 4-6 for 
children immunized In 
infancy. 


Live Oral Polio 
vaccine (OPV) 


3 


none 
requ i red 


Three doses; 6-8 weeks 
between the first 2 
doses and 6 weeks to 
12 months between the 
2nd and 3rd doses. A 
booster dose at age 4-6 
for children immunized 
in infancy. 


4. 


Measles 


Live attenuated 
virus vaccine 


1 after the 
age of 1 year 


none 
required 


One dose after the 
first birthday. 


5. 


Mu"-3S 


Live attenuated 
virus vaccine 


1 after the 
age of 1 year 


none 
required 


One dose after the 
first birthday 


6. 


Rubella 


Live attenuated 
virus vaccine 


1 after the 
age of 1 year 


none 
required 


One dose after the 
first birthday 



O. Reg. 23/83, s. 5. 






31 



756 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
Form 1 

Immunization of School Pupils Act, 1982 
STATEMENT OF MEDICAL EXEMPTION 



O. Reg. 23/83 



PUPIL'S NAME 








ADDRESS: 




Last Name 


First Name 


DATE OF BIRTH: 


Year 


/ / 
Month Day 





SCHOOL: 



Class or Grade: 



I, 



_, certify that, for medical reasons indicated below, 



the above named pupil should be exempted from the requirements of the Act. 

The specific reasons and length of exemptions are checked in the boxes below. The time 
periods for temporary medical exemptions are indicated. 



Disease 



Immunity 



Contraindication 



Length of Exemption 



Diphtheria 
Tetanus 

Poliomyelitis 

Measles 

Mumps 
Rubella 



Physician 
diagnosed 
prior 
disease 



[] 



Test 
evidence 
of 
immunity 



Detrimental 

to 

Health 



[] 



Permanent 



\] 

[] 
[3 

[] 



Temporary 
From To 



Use this space to define evidence of immunity: 



Use this space for explanations of contraindications detrimental to health: 



Physician's Signature, 

Address: 

Date: 



O. Reg. 23/83, Form 1. 



32 



O. Reg. 23/83 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 757 

Form 2 

Immunization of School Pupils Act, 1982 

STATEMENT OF RELIGIOUS BELIEF 

PUPIL'S r.'AVC: 

Last Name First. Name 

ADDRESS: 

DATE OF BIRTH: / / 

Year Month Day 

SCHOOL: Class or Grade: 



I, , parent of the above named pupil, 

hereby state that I am an adherent or member of a religious denomination and that 
the requirements of the Act conflict with the tenets and practices of that religious 
denomination. 

I understand that section 9 of the Act provides that the medical 
officer of health may order that the above named pupil be excluded 
from school if there is an outbreak or immediate risk of an outbreak 
of a designated disease in the school at which the pupil attends where 
the following have not been received: 

1. A statement of immunization or other satisfactory 
evidence of immunization. 

2. A statement of medical exemption stating that 
immunization is unnecessary because of evidence of 
immunity. 



Signature of parent 



Date 

O. Reg. 23/83, Form 2. 



Form 3 

Immunization of School Pupils Act, 1982 

NOTICE OF TRANSFER FROM A SCHOOL 



To the Medical Officer of Health 

Heal th Agency 

Notice is hereby given that the following pupils have transferred from: 



School , 



Address 
33 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 24/83 



Date 



Name of 
Pupi I 



Sex 



Date of 
Birth 



Grade 



Transferring to 
School School Board 



(2020) 



Signed 
for 



Operator of School 

O. Reg. 23/83, Form 3. 
5 



CHIROPODY ACT 

O. Reg. 24/83. 

General. 

Made — December 17th, 1982. 

Approved — January 13th, 1983. 

Filed— January 14th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 102 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

CHIROPODY ACT 



1.— (1) Clause 3 (1) (e) of Regulation 102 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(e) pays a registration fee of $85. 



(2) Clause 3 (2) (b) of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 



(b) pays a registration fee of $500. 



2 . Section 7 of the said Regulation is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor: 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 25/83 759 



7. — (1) The fee to be paid on annual renewal of 
registration by a chiropodist who is, 

(a) registered under subsection 3 (1) or (2), is 
$500; 

(b) registered under subsection 3 (3) or (4), is 
$150; and 

(c) not actively engaged in the practice of 
chiropody in Ontario, is $100. 

(2) The fee for registration for a chiropodist referred 
to in clause (1) (a) who fails to register before his 
annual registration expires, 

(a) is $700 where re-registration is within two 
years of the date of the expiry of his registra- 
tion; and 

(b) is $800 where re-registration is two years or 
more from the date of expiry of his registra- 
tion. 

(3) The fee for registration for a chiropodist referred 
to in clause (1) (b) who fails to register before his 
annual registration expires, 

(a) is $250 where re-registration is within two 
years of the date of the expiry of his registra- 
tion; and 

(6) is $350 where re-registration is two years or 
more from the date of expiry of his registra- 
tion. O. Reg. 24/83, s. 2. 

Board of Regents: 

Hope Holmested 

Edgar A. Ryan 

Dated at Toronto, this 1 7th day of December, 1982. 

(2021) 5 



MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS ACT 

O. Reg. 25/83. 

Tax Arrears and Tax Sale Procedures. 

Made — January 12th, 1983. 

Filed — January 14th, 1983. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS ACT 

TAX ARREARS -AND TAX SALE 
PROCEDURES 

1. The tax arrears procedure of the Act shall apply 
and the tax sale procedures of the Municipal Act and 
the Education Act shall not apply to, 

(a) the local municipalities in Schedule 1; 

(b) the local municipalities in Schedule 2; 

(c) the area municipalities in Schedule 3; 

(d) all school boards, except separate school 
boards in an unorganized township or unsur- 
veyed territory within the territorial districts 
in Schedule 4; and 

(e ) a school board listed in Column 2 of Schedule 
5 having jurisdiction in territory without 
municipal organization within the territorial 
district set opposite thereto in Column 1 of 
Schedule 5. O. Reg. 25/83, s. 1. 



Schedule 1 





Column 1 


Column 2 


Item 


■■ — — — 
County 


Local Municipalities 


1. 

2. 
3. 
4. 


Brant 

Bruce 
Duf ferin 
Elgin 


Township of Burford 
Township of Oakland 
Township of Onondaga 
Township of South Dumfries 

All 

All 

All 



35 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 25/83 



5. Essex 



6. 



Grey 



7. 



Haliburton 
Hastings 



Huron 



Town of .Amherstburg 
Town of Kingsville 
Village of St. Clair Beach 
Township of Anderdon 
Township of Colchester North 
Township of Colchester South 
Township of Gosfield North 
Township of Gosfield South 
Township of Maiden 
Township of Mersea 
Township of Pelee 
Township of Rochester 
Township of Sandwich South 
Township of Tilbury North 
Township of Tilbury West 

Town of Durham 
Town of Hanover 
Town of Meaford 
Town of Thornbury 
Village of Chatsworth 
Village of Dundalk 
Village of Flesherton 
Village of Markdale 
Township of Artemesia 
Township of Bentinck 
Township of Collingwood 
Township of Derby 
Township of Egremont 
Township of Euphrasia 
Township of Glenelg 
Township of Holland 
Township of Keppel 
Township of Normanby 
Township of Proton 
Township of Osprey 
Township of St. Vincent 
Township of Sarawak 
Township of Sullivan 
Township of Sydenham 

All 

Village of Deloro 
Village of Frankford 
Village of Marmora 
Village of Tweed 
Township of Hungerford 
Township of Thurlow 

Town of Exeter 
Town of Wingham 
Village of Bayfield 
Township of Colborne 
Township of Tuckersmith 



36 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



761 



10. 



11. 



12. 



13. 



14. 



Kent 



Lamb ton 



15. 



Lanark 

Leeds and Grenville 



Lennox and Addington 



Middlesex 



Town of Bothwell 

Town of Dresden 

Town of Tilbury 

Town of Wallaceburg 

Village of Wheatley 

City of Sarnia 
Town of Forest 
Town of Petrol ia 
Village of Alvinston 
Village of Arkona 
Village of Grand Bend 
Village of Oil Springs 
Village of Point Edward 
Village of Watford 
Township of Bosanquet 
Township of Brooke 
Township of Dawn 
Township of Enniskillen 
Township of Euphemia 
Township of Moore 
Township of Sarnia 
Township of Sombra 
Township of Warwick 

All 

All except the 

separated towns of Gananoque and Prescott 

Town of Napa nee 
Village of Bath 
Village of Newburgh 
Township of Adolphustown 
Township of Amherst Island 
Township of Camden East 
Township of Denbigh, Abinger 

and Ashby 
Township of Kaladar, Anglesea 

and Effingham 
Township of North Fredericksburgh 
Township of Richmond 
Township of Sheffield 
Township of South Fredericksburgh 

City of London 
Town of Parkhill 
Town of Strathroy 
Village of Glencoe 
Village of Lucan 
Village of Newbury 
Village of Wardsville 
Township of Adelaide 
Township of Biddulph 
Township of Caradoc 



37 



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O. Reg. 25/83 



15. 



16. 
17. 
18. 



Middlesex (cont'd) 



Northumberland 

Oxford 

Peterborough 



19. 
20. 



21. 



Prescott and Russell 
Prince Edward 



Renfrew 



Township of 
Township, of 
Township of 
Township of 
Township of 
Township of 
Township of 
Township of 
Township of 
Township of 
Township of 
Township of 



All 



Delaware 

East Williams 

Ekfrid 

Lobo 

London 

Metcalfe 

McGillivray 

Mosa 

North Dorchester 

Westminster 

West Nissouri 

Williams 



All 

Village of Havelock 

Village of Lakefield 

Village of Millbrook 

Village of Norwood 

Township of Asphodel 

Township of Belmont and Methuen 

Township of Burleigh and Anstruther 

Township of Cavan 

Township of Chandos 

Township of Douro 

Township of Ennismore 

Township of Galway and Cavendish 

Township of Smith 

Township of South Monaghan 



All 

Town of Picton 
Village of Bloomfield 
Village of Wellington 
Township of Ameliasburgh 
Township of Athol 
Township of Hallowell 
Township of Hillier 
Township of North Marysburgh 
Township of Sophiasburgh 



City of Pembroke 

Town of Deep River 

Town of Renfrew 

Township of Alice and Fraser 

Township of Sebastopol 



38 



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763 



22. 


Simcoe 


All 




23. 


Stormont, Dundas 
and Glengarry 


All 




24. 


Victoria 


All 




25. 


Wellington 


All except the City of Guelph 





O. Reg. 25/83, Sched. 1. 



Schedule 2 



Column 1 



Column 2 



Item 



Territorial Districts 



Local Municipalities 



1. 



Algoma 



2. 
3. 



Cochrane 
Kenora 



Town of Elliot Lake 
Village of Hilton Beach 
Village of Iron Bridge 
Township of Hilton 
Township of Johnson 
Township of Laird 
Township of MacDonald, 

Meredith and Aberdeen, 

Additional 
Township of Michipicoten 
Township of St. Joseph 
Township of Tarbutt and 

Tarbutt Additional 
Township of Thompson 
Township of Wicks tead 



All 

Town of Keewatin 
Town of Kenora 
Township of Ignace 
Township of Jaffray 

and Melick 
Township of Red Lake 



39 



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O. Reg. 25/83 



4. 


Manitoulin 


Town of Gore Bay 
Township of Assiginack 
Township of Billings 
Township of Burpee 
Township of Carnarvon 
Township of Cockburn Island 
Township of Gordon 
Township of Howland 
Township of Rutherford 

and George Island 
Township of Sandfield 
Township of Tehkummah 


5. 


Nipissing 


All 


6. 


Parry Sound 


All 


7. 


Rainy River 


All 


8. 


Sudbury 


All 


9. 


Thunder Bay 


City of Thunder Bay 
Town of Gerald ton 
Township of Conmee 
Township of Gillies 
Township of Neebing 
Township of O'Connor 
Township of Paigoonge 
Township of Schreiber 
Township of Shuniah 
Township of Terrace Bay 


10. 


Timiskaming 


All 


. 







O. Reg. 25/83, Sched. 2. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Schedule 3 



765 







Column 1 


Column 2 








District, Metropolitan 










or 








Item 


Regional Municipality 


Area Municipalities 






1. 


Metropolitan Toronto 


All except City of Toronto 






2. 


Durham 


All 






3. 


Haldimand-Norfolk 


All 






4. 


Hal ton 


All 






5. 


Ham il ton-Wen tworth 


All 






6. 


Muskoka 


All 






7. 
8. 


Niagara 
Ottawa-Carle ton 


All 






All 






9. 


Peel 


All 






10. 


Sudbury 


All 






11. 


Waterloo 


All 






12. 


York 


All 





Schedule 4 



O. Reg. 25/83, Sched. 3. 



Item 



Territorial District 



1. 


Cochrane 


2. 


Nipissing 


3. 


Parry Sound 


4. 


Rainy River 


5. 


Sudbury 


6. 


Timiskaming 



O. Reg. 25/83, Sched. 4. 



41 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Schedule 5 



O. Reg. 26/83 



Column 1 



Column 2 



Item 



Territorial District 



School Board 



1. 



2. 



3. 



Algoma 



Kenora 



Thunder Bay 



North Shore Board of Education 
Saulte Ste. Marie Board of 
Education 

Dryden Board of Education 
Kenora Board of Education 

Geraldton Board of Education 
Lakehead Board of Education 
Lake Superior Board of Educatic 
Nipigon - Red Rock Board of 
Education 



2. Ontario Regulation 416/82 is revoked. 



Dated at Toronto, this 12th day of January, 1983. 

(2022) 



O. Reg. 25/83, Sch d. S. 



Claude Bennett 

Minister of Municipal 

Affairs and Housing 



PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 
DEVELOPMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 26/83. 

County of Wentworth (now The Regional 

Municipality of Hamilton-Wentworth), 

Town of Dundas. 
Made— January 13th, 1983. 
Filed— January 14th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 486/73 

MADE UNDER THE 

PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 

DEVELOPMENT ACT 

1. Section 16 of Ontario Regulation 486/73, 
as made by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
384/77, is revoked and the following substi- 
tuted therefor: 

16. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the land described in Schedule 3 may be used 
for, 



(a) a nursery business; 

(b) the continued use thereon of a shade house 
and a store, as they existed on the 8th day of 
November, 1982, as accessory uses to the 
nursery business; 

(c) the erection and use thereon of a dwelling 
unit to be located immediately above the 
store; and 

(d) the erection and use thereon of a greenhouse, 
as an accessory use to the nursery business, 

provided the following requirements are met: 



Maximum height of the 
greenhouse 

Maximum floor area of 
the greenhouse 

Maximum height of the 
building containing the 
store and dwelling unit 



4.6 metres 

673 square metres 

7.7 metres 

O. Reg. 26/83, s. 1. 



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O. Reg. 27/83 767 



2. Section 18 of the said Regulation, as made by 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 14/79, is 
revoked. 

3. Schedule 5 to the said Regulation, as made by 
section 2 of Ontario Regulation 14/79, is 
revoked. 

G. M. Farrow 

Assistant Deputy Minister 

Community Planning Wing 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

and Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 13th day of January, 1983. 



(2023) 



GENERAL SESSIONS ACT 
COUNTY COURTS ACT 

O. Reg. 27/83. 

Sittings of the General Sessions of the 
Peace and Sittings of the County Court 
for the Judicial District of Hamilton- 
Wentworth. 

Made — January 12th, 1983. 

Filed — January 14th, 1983. 



GENERAL SESSIONS ACT 
COUNTY COURTS ACT 

IX THE MATTER OF the General Sessions Act, and 
of the County Courts Act; and 

IX THE MATTER OF the sittings of the General 
Sessions of the Peace and of the sittings of the 
County Court for the trial of issues of fact and 
assessment of damages with or without a jury, for 
the Judicial District of Hamilton-Wentworth. 

ORDER 

WHEREAS the Sittings of the Court of General 
Sessions of the Peace and the sittings of the County 



Court for the trial of issues of fact and assessment of 
damages with or without a jury, for the Judicial Dis- 
trict of Hamilton-Wentworth are presently scheduled 
for Wednesday, September 14th, 1983; 

AND WHEREAS it is desirable to hold the said 
sittings on Wednesday, September 7th, 1983; 

AND WHEREAS the sittings of the County Court 
of the Judicial District of Hamilton-Wentworth for the 
trial of issues of fact and assessment of damages with- 
out a jury are presently scheduled to commence on 
Monday, May 9th, 1983; 

AND WHEREAS it is desirable to hold the said 
sittings on Monday, May 16th, 1983; 

THEREFORE IT IS ORDERED that the sittings 
of the Court of General Sessions of the Peace and the 
sittings of the County Court for the trial of issues of 
fact and assessment of damages with or without a jury, 
for the Judicial District of Hamilton-Wentworth shall 
be held commencing on Wednesday, September 7th, 
1983. 

AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the sit- 
tings of the County Court of the Judicial District of 
Hamilton-Wentworth for the trial of issues of fact and 
assessment of damages without a jury shall be held 
commencing on Monday, May 16th, 1983. 

AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that a copy of 
this Order shall be mailed by ordinary post to the 
Attorney General of Ontario, and that a copy of this 
Order shall be posted in the office of the Clerk of the 
County Court of the Judicial District of Hamilton- 
Wentworth. O. Reg. 27/83. 

W. E. C. Colter 

Chief Judge of the County and 

District Courts of the Counties 

and Districts of Ontario. 

Dated at the City of Toronto, in The Municipality of 
Metropolitan Toronto, this 12th day of January, 1983. 

(2024) 5 



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O. Reg. 28/83 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



837 



Publications Under The Regulations Act 



February 5th, 1983 



CHILDREN'S RESIDENTIAL SERVICES 
ACT 

O. Reg. 28/83. 

General. 

Made — January 13th, 1983. 

Filed— January 17th, 1983. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
CHILDREN'S RESIDENTL\L SERVICES ACT 

GENER\L 

1. In this Regulation, 

(a) "acceptable exit" means that part of a means 
of egress that meets the requirements of 
Regulation 87 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 made under the Building Code 
Act and that leads to a public thoroughfare or 
to an approved open space and that may 
include any one of the items enumerated 
herein or any combination thereof: 

1. An exterior doorway to grade. 

2. An exterior ramp. 

3. An exterior stairway. 

4. A fire escape that meets the specifica- 
tions of Sentences 3.4.1.4. (3) and 
3.4.8.16. (1), (2), (4), (5), (6), (7), (8), 
(9) and (10) of Regulation 87 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
made under the Building Code Act. 

5. An interior stairway that is separated 
from the remainder of the building by 
a fire separation; 

(b) "auxiliary staff means any staff person in 
the residence who is responsible for the 
supervision of residents; 

(c) "basic care expenditures" means those 
expenditures incurred with respect to the day 
to day operation of the residence, including 
expenditures for shelter, salaries and 
benefits, food, clothing, transportation, 
administration, recreation and incidentals; 

(d) "common parentage" means one common 
parent; 

(e) "discipline" means the act of maintaining 
established order in the residence; 



(/) "fire-resistant partition" means a construc- 
tion assembly that acts as a barrier against 
the spread of fire and has a fire-resistance 
rating of at least thirty-five minutes; 

(g ) "fuel-fired appliance" means a device that is 
designed for use in heating and cooling sys- 
tems that is operated on fuel and includes all 
components, controls, wiring and piping 
required to be part of the device under the 
requirements of Regulation 87 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980 made under the 
Building Code Act; 

(h) "guardian" means a parent or other person 
who is under a legal dutv to provide for a 
child; 

(i) "parent-model residence" means a residence 
that has one or two persons residing in the 
residence who provide care for the residents 
on a continuous basis; 

(J ) "physician" means a legally qualified medical 
practitioner; 

(k) "program staff person" means any staff per- 
son whose primary responsibility is the day to 
day care and supervision of residents; 

(/) "punishment" means the act of implementing 
a technique to reduce or eliminate a 
behaviour of a resident or group of residents; 

(m) "residence" means a children's residence 
licensed under the Act; 

(n) "resident" means a child who resides in a 
residence; 

(o) "special care expenditures" means those 
expenditures incurred with respect to physi- 
cal, emotional, developmental and educa- 
tional needs of residents including profes- 
sional services and non-recurring costs, but 
does not include basic care expenditures; 

(p ) "staff-model residence" means a residence 
where program staff are employed for a 
scheduled period of work or duty. O. Reg. 
28/83, s. 1. 

2. This Regulation applies to, 

(a) staff-model residences that provide care for 
three or more children not of common 
parentage and parent-model residences that 
provide care for five or more children not of 
common parentage, where an application 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 28/83 



was made on or after the 15th day of 
November, 1982 for a licence or renewal of a 
licence to establish, operate or maintain a 
children's residence; and 

(b) children's residences where an application 
was made before the 15th day of November, 
1980 for a licence or a renewal of a licence to 
establish, operate or maintain a children's 
residence. O. Reg. 28/83, s. 2. 

3. For the purposes of subsection 5 (5), the follow- 
ing Regions are designated: 

1. The Northern Region, being the territorial 
districts of Algoma, Cochrane, Kenora, 
Manitoulin, Nipissing, Parry Sound, Rainy 
River, Sudbury, Thunder Bay, Timiskam- 
ing, The Regional Municipality of Sudbury 
and The District Municipality of Muskoka. 

2. The Central Region, being the counties of 
Dufferin and Simcoe, The Municipality of 
Metropolitan Toronto and the regional 
municipalities of York and Peel. 

3. The Southwestern Region, being the counties 
of Brant, Bruce, Elgin, Essex, Grey, Huron, 
Kent, Lambton, Middlesex, Oxford, Perth 
and Wellington and the regional munici- 
palities of Haldimand-Norfolk, Niagara, 
Hamilton- Wentworth, Halton and Waterloo. 

4. The Southeastern Region, being the counties 
of Frontenac, Hastings, Lanark, Lennox and 
Addington, Northumberland, Peterborough, 
Prince Edward, Renfrew and Victoria, the 
County of Haliburton, the United Counties 
of Leeds and Grenville, Stormont, Dundas 
and Glengarry and Prescott and Russell and 
the regional municipalities of Durham and 
Ottawa-Carleton. O. Reg. 28/83, s. 3. 



LICENCES 

4. — (1) Every person applying for a licence under 
section 4 of the Act to establish, operate or maintain a 
children's residence shall file with a Director evidence 
that the premises used or to be used as a children's 
residence comply with, 

(a) the laws affecting the health of inhabitants of 
the area in which the premises are located; 

(b) any rule, regulation, direction or order of the 
local board of health and any direction or 
order of the local medical officer of health; 

(c) any by-law of the municipality in which the 
premises are located or other law for the 
protection of persons from fire hazards; 

(d) any restricted area, standard of housing or 
building by-law passed by the municipality 



in which the premises are located pursuant to 
Part III of the Planning Act or any predeces- 
sor thereof; 

(e) the requirements of Regulation 87 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980 made under the 
Building Code Act, where applicable; and 

if) the requirements of Ontario Regulation 
730/81 made under the Fire Marshals Act, 
where applicable. 

(2) Before issuing a licence under section 4 of the 
Act, a Director shall be satisfied that the proposed 
children's residence complies with the requirements 
referred to in subsection (1). O. Reg. 28/83, s. 4. 

5. — (1) An application for a licence or a renewal of 
a licence to, 

(a) establish, operate or maintain a children's 
residence under clause 4 (1) (a) of the Act; or 

(b) provide residential care under clause 4 (1) (b) 
of the Act, 

shall be made to a Director in Form 1. 

(2) An application for a licence or renewal of a 
licence shall be accompanied by such other informa- 
tion as a Director considers necessary to enable the 
Director to determine whether the applicant would, if 
licensed, be in compliance with the Act and this 
Regulation. 

(3) A licence to establish, operate or maintain a 
residence or to provide residential care shall be in 
Form 2. 

(4) A provisional licence to establish, operate or 
maintain a residence shall be in Form 3. 

(5) The fee payable by an applicant on application 
for a licence or renewal of a licence under subsection 
(1) is $100 payable every three years for each Region in 
which an applicant intends to establish, operate or 
maintain a children's residence or to provide residen- 
tial care, as the case may be. 

(6) An applicant for a licence or renewal of a licence 
to establish, operate or maintain a children's residence 
or to provide residential care, as the case may be, in a 
Region in which the applicant has within the three 
year period referred to in subsection (5) already paid 
the prescribed fee, shall not be required to pay any 
additional fee for the licence or renewal thereof. 

(7) The Director may issue or renew any licence for 
such period as the Director considers proper, but in no 
case shall the period of any licence be for more than 
one year. 

(8) Where an applicant for a licence or renewal of a 
licence under subsection (1) has paid the fee prescribed 
in subsection (5) and is not issued the licence or renew- 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



839 



al, as the case may be, in respect of which the appli- 
cant paid the fee prescribed in subsection (5), a Direc- 
tor may refund the applicant the fee paid for the 
licence or renewal. 

(9) A licence in Form 2 or 3 to operate a residence 
shall be kept on the premises of the residence and the 
operator shall ensure that the licence is available for 
inspection by any person. O. Reg. 28/83, s. 5. 

6. — (1) Upon application for a licence or renewal of 
a licence to establish, operate or maintain a children's 
residence, a Director may inspect the residence or 
cause the residence to be inspected for the purpose of 
determining its eligibility for the licence or renewal. 

(2) The Director shall, at the time of issuing a 
licence or renewal of a licence, include in the licence 
the maximum number of children for whom care may 
be provided by the licensee and the licensee shall not 
admit to a residence or provide residential care for 
more children than the maximum number of children 
permitted in the licence unless the admission is 
approved by a Director for a specified period of 
time. O. Reg. 28/83, s. 6. 

THE CHILDREN'S SERVICES REVIEW 
BOARD COMPOSITION 

7. The Children's Services Review Board 
appointed under section 3 of the Act shall consist of 
eleven members. O. Reg. 28/83, s. 7. 



HEARINGS 

8. — (1) A notice by a Director to an applicant or 
licensee under subsection 6 (1) of the Act shall be in 
Form 4. 

(2) The notice referred to in subsection (1) shall be 
served or caused to be served by a Director and shall 
be accompanied by two blank copies of Form 5. 

(3) A notice that an applicant or licensee may give 
to a Director and to the Board under subsection 6 (2) of 
the Act or subsection 7 (1) of the Act shall be in Form 
5. O. Reg. 28/83, s. 8. 

9. — (1) The Board shall serve notice on the parties 
to the hearing in Form 6 within fifteen days of receiv- 
ing the notice of the request for the hearing in Form 5 . 

(2) The Board shall send the notice under subsec- 
tion (1) to each party to the hearing by registered mail 
to the party at the party's address last known to the 
Board. O. Reg. 28/83, s. 9. 



MISCELLANEOUS 

10. Where the local medical officer of health having 
jurisdiction in the area where a residence is located or 
any person designated by the local medical officer of 
health wishes to inspect the residence, the operator 



shall at any time and from time to time grant the 
necessary access to the person who wishes to make the 
inspection and shall give the person all reasonable 
information and afford the person every reasonable 
facility for viewing and inspecting the residence and 
examining the residents thereof and shall carry out any 
recommendation made by the local medical officer of 
health or a representative of the local medical officer of 
health for the health and nutrition of any child in the 
residence. O. Reg. 28/83, s. 10. 

11. Where a resident dies, the operator shall give 
notice of the death to a coroner, but where the coroner 
is the physician referred to in subsection 36 (2), the 
operator shall give notice to another coroner. 
O. Reg. 28/83, s. 11. 



MANAGEMENT PRACTICES 

12. — (1) Subject to subsections (2) and (3), every 
operator shall be responsible for the operation and 
management of the residences operated by the 
operator, including the program, financial and per- 
sonnel administration of the residences. 

(2) An operator may appoint a person who shall be 
responsible to the operator for the day-to-day opera- 
tion and management of the residences in accordance 
with subsection (1). 

(3) Where an operator or a person appointed under 
subsection (2) is absent, the powers and duties of the 
operator or the person appointed under subsection (2) 
shall be exercised and performed by such person as the 
operator designates. O. Reg. 28/83, s. 12. 

13. Every operator shall maintain a written current 
statement of purpose for the residences operated by the 
operator that shall include a description of the pro- 
gram provided in the residences. O. Reg. 28/83, 
s. 13. 

14. — (1) Every operator shall maintain a written 
current statement of policies and procedures relating 
to, 

(a) the program provided for the residents, 
including admission and discharge of resi- 
dents, the planning, monitoring and evalu- 
ation of care provided to residents, mainten- 
ance of case records, discipline, the health 
program provided for residents, security of 
the residence, and involvement of a resident's 
guardian with the progran of the residence; 

(b) administration of the residence, including 
staff and supervisory practices, emergencies 
and financial administration; 

(c) encouragement of participation of residents 
in community activities; and 

(d) opportunities for residents to express con- 
cerns or complaints. 



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(2) A copy of the policies and procedures referred to 
in subsection (1) shall be kept in each residence and 
every person employed in the residence shall have 
access to a copy of the policies and procedures. 
O. Reg. 28/83, s. 14. 

15. Every operator shall ensure that a daily log is 
maintained in each residence operated by the operator 
that includes a summary of any incident affecting 
the health, safety or well-being of the staff and the 
residents. O. Reg. 28/83, s. IS. 

16. Before a person commences work in a resi- 
dence, the person shall be examined by a physician 
and the operator of the residence shall obtain a medical 
report certifying that the person is fit to undertake 
work in the residence. O. Reg. 28/83, s. 16. 

17. Every operator shall ensure that each person 
employed to work in a residence shall, within thirty 
days of commencement of employment in the resi- 
dence, receive an orientation with respect to the 
policies and procedures of the residence. O. Reg. 
28/83, s. 17. 

18. Except where such policies are included in a 
collective agreement, every operator of a residence 
shall have written policies governing conduct and 
discipline of persons employed in the residence and 
the policies shall be made available to such persons. 
O. Reg. 28/83, s. 18. 

19. — (1) Every operator shall prepare an annual 
budget that shall include particulars of, 

(a) anticipated revenue; and 

(b) projected basic care expenditures and special 
care expenditures for the children in the resi- 
dence. 

(2) Where an operator operates two or more resi- 
dences, each residence shall have its own budget and 
each budget shall include shared costs on an equitable 
basis. O. Reg. 28/83, s. 19. 

20. Every operator shall, in respect of the resi- 
dences maintained and operated by the operator, 

(a) keep a complete record of revenues and 
expenditures made in connection with the 
operation of the residences; and 

(b) prepare and submit financial reports to a 
Director when required by a Director 
including reports by a public accountant 
licensed under the Public Accountancy 
Act. O. Reg. 28/83, s. 20. 



21. Every operator shall ensure that a policy of 
insurance with respect to each residence operated by 
the operator is obtained and maintained in full force 
and effect that includes, 



(a) fire and extended coverage including cover- 
age for theft of the physical assets of the resi- 
dence and the property of the residents; 

(b) comprehensive general liability coverage and 
personal injury coverage, including coverage 
for the employees of the residence and vol- 
unteers in the residence and in the case of a 
parent-model residence, the persons who 
provide care for the residents; 

(c) a clause concerning liability arising out of 
any contract or agreement; and 

(d) motor vehicle coverage for all vehicles owned 
or used by employees of the residence and 
volunteers in the residence and in the case of 
a parent-model residence, all vehicles owned 
or used by persons who provide care for the 
residents. O. Reg. 28/83, s. 21. 

ADMISSION 

22. No child shall be refused admission to a resi- 
dence solely on the grounds of race, religion or ethnic 
origin where on the basis of objective evidence made 
available to the operator such refusal would result in 
the deprivation of services to the child. O. Reg. 
28/83, s. 22. 

23. — (1) Every operator shall ensure that every 
applicant for admission of a child to the residence is 
notified in writing within twenty-one days of the date 
of the application for admission of the operator's deci- 
sion with respect to admission of the child to the resi- 
dence, and where the operator intends to admit the 
child, the operator shall notify the applicant of the 
anticipated date of admission of the child. 

(2) Where the operator is unable to notify the appli- 
cant within the twenty-one day period referred to in 
subsection (1), the operator shall, 

(a) advise the applicant in writing of the reasons 
for the delay; and 

(b) notify the applicant of the operator's decision 
with respect to admission as soon as is possi- 
ble in the circumstances. O. Reg. 28/83, 
s. 23. 

24. — (1) Every operator shall ensure that a written 
agreement for the provision of service to a child in the 
residence is entered into at the time of admission of the 
child to the residence or as soon as is possible in the 
circumstances. 

(2) The agreement for service referred to in subsec- 
tion (1) shall include, 

(a) the consent and authorization for the 
operator to, 

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(ii) obtain emergency medical treatment 
for the child, and 

(iii) where applicable, inspect and obtain 
from persons named in the consent, 
records, reports and information con- 
cerning the child; 

(b) any financial arrangements with respect to 
the provision of care by the operator for the 

child; and 

(c) provision for a review of the agreement at the 
request of the child, the child's guardian or 
the operator. 

(3) The operator shall ensure that any children's aid 
society, probation officer or aftercare officer who is 
supervising or otherwise providing services to a child, 
but who is not a guardian of the child, is consulted and 
involved with the development of the agreement for 
service referred to in subsection (1). 

(4) The operator shall ensure that the agreement for 
service is explained to the child where the child is 
twelve years of age or over, in language that is suitable 
to the child's understanding before the agreement is 
signed by any person required to sign the agreement 
under subsection (5) and where possible the operator 
shall after explaining the agreement to the child obtain 
a signed acknowledgement from the child that the 
agreement has been explained. 

(5) The agreement for service shall be signed by, 

(a) the operator; 

(b) the guardian of the child, except where the 
child signs under clause (</); 

(c) in addition to the guardian of the child, a 
children's aid society in whose care the child 
is where the child is in care under section 25 
(1) of the Child Welfare Act; 

(d) the child, where the child is sixteen years of 
age or over, except where in the opinion of a 
physician or psychologist the child is unable 
to sign the agreement because of a mental or 
physical disability; and 

(e) the child's next of kin where the child is 
unable to sign and there is no guardian. 

(6) Where. 

(a) the agreement for service is developed with- 
out the consultation and involvement refer- 
red to in subsection (3); 

(b) any one of the persons referred to in subsec- 
tion (5) does not sign the agreement; or 

(c) the child does not sign an acknowledgement 
that the agreement has been explained, 



the reasons shall be noted in the resident's case 
record. O. Reg. 28/83, s. 24. 

25. Where an agreement for service is not entered 
into under section 24, the operator shall ensure that, 
before a child is admitted to a residence, a consent for 
admission of the child and a consent and authorization 
for the operator to secure all necessary emergency 
medical treatment for the child is obtained, signed by. 

(a) the guardian of the child; or 

(b) where the identity or whereabouts of the 
guardian is not known or cannot be reason- 
ably ascertained, the person having charge of 
the child when the child enters the resi- 
dence. O. Reg. 28/83, s. 25. 

26. Every operator shall ensure that, upon admis- 
sion of a child to a residence, the resident receives an 
orientation to the residence and the program provided 
in the residence and that the resident is informed about 
the procedures that exist for the resident to express 
concerns or complaints while a resident. O. Reg. 
28/83, s. 26. 

27. — (1) Every operator shall ensure that each child 
admitted to a residence operated by the operator has 
had a general medical examination by a physician 
within thirty days prior to admission or has such an 
examination within seventy-two hours after admis- 
sion. 

(2) Where a resident has not had a general medical 
examination in accordance with subection (1), the 
operator shall note in the resident's case record the 
circumstances that delayed the examination and 
arrange for an examination as soon as possible in the 
circumstances. 

(3) Where there are specific indications upon the 
admission of a child that suggest that either a medical 
examination or treatment is urgently required for the 
child, the operator shall arrange for the examination or 
treatment, as the case may be. 

(4) Where the medical examination or treatment 
referred to in subsection (3) cannot be arranged forth- 
with, the reason shall be noted in the resident's case 
record and the operator shall arrange for the examina- 
tion or treatment, as the case may be, as soon as possi- 
ble in the circumstances. 

(5) Even- operator shall ensure that each child 
admitted to a residence operated by the operator has 
had a dental examination by a dentist within six 
months prior to admission to the residence or has such 
an examination within ninety days after admission. 

(6) Where a resident has not had a dental examina- 
tion in accordance with subsection (5), the operator 
shall note in the resident's case record the circum- 
stances that delayed the examination and arrange for 
an examination as soon as possible in the circum- 
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28. Every operator shall ensure that upon admis- 
sion of a child to a residence, the staff of the residence 
shall determine whether the child being admitted is 
currently receiving medical treatment or medication or 
is suffering from any allergy of physical ailment and 
shall ensure that any such treatment or medications is 
continued. O. Reg. 28/83, s. 28. 

PROGRAMMING 

29. — (1) Every operator shall develop or participate 
in the development of a written plan of care for each 
resident within thirty days of admission of the resident 
that shall include, 

(a) a description of the resident's needs that is 
developed with reference to the findings of 
current or previous assessments; 

(b) a statement of goals to be achieved for the 
resident while the resident is in the residence; 

(c) a statement of the means to be used to 
achieve the specified goals for the resident; 

(d) a statement of the educational program that 
has been developed for the resident in con- 
sultation with the school boards in the area in 
which the residence is located; 

(e) a statement of the ways in which the guar- 
dian of the resident will be involved in the 
plan of care including arrangements for con- 
tact between the resident and the resident's 
family and the resident's guardian; 

if) particulars of any specialized service to be 
provided directly or arranged for by the 
operator; 

(g) subject to subsection (3), particulars of dates 
for review of the plan of care and revisions to 
the plan of care as necessary; and 

(h) a statement of the anticipated plan for dis- 
charge of the resident. 

(2) The initial plan of care referred to in subsection 
(1) and particulars of any reviews of the plan of care 
shall be entered in the resident's case record. 

(3) The operator shall ensure that, 

(a) the resident's guardian; 

(b) any children's aid society, probation officer 
or aftercare officer who is supervising or 
otherwise providing services to a child, but 
who is not a guardian; and 

(c) the resident, where the resident is twelve 
years of age or over, 

are consulted and involved with the development of 
the plan of care referred to in subsection (1). 



(4) Where the plan of care is developed without the 
consultation or involvement referred to in subsection 
(3), the reason shall be noted in the resident's case 
record. 

(5) The operator shall ensure that the development 
of the resident in relation to the plan of care referred to 
in subsection (1) is reviewed at least every thirty days 
during the first six months that the resident is in the 
residence and at least every six months thereafter, and 
that the resident has an opportunity to express his or 
her views during any such review. 

(6) The operator shall ensure that the plan of care 
referred to in subsection (1) is reviewed with the resi- 
dent and any guardian of the resident and any other 
person who was involved in the development of the 
plan of care three months after the resident was 
admitted to the residence, six months after the resident 
was admitted to the residence and, where such a 
review is requested by any of the persons involved 
with the development of the plan of care, every six 
months thereafter. 

(7) Where it is not possible to review the plan of 
care with a person referred to in subsection (6), the 
reasons shall be noted in the resident's case 
record. O. Reg. 28/83, s. 29. 

30. — (1) Every operator shall consult at least annu- 
ally with the school boards in the area in which the 
residence is located for the purposes of identifying and 
utilizing the educational resources available for the 
residents. 

(2) Where, in the opinion of the operator, the sever- 
ity of the behavioural, physical or emotional problems 
of a resident is such that a resident is unable to attend a 
school in the area in which the residence is located, the 
operator shall document the need for an educational 
program for the resident and shall consult with the 
appropriate Director of Education with respect to the 
provision of a program for the resident in accordance 
with the requirements of the Education Act and the 
Regulations thereunder. O. Reg. 28/83, s. 30. 

31. Every operator shall ensure that, 

(a) the residents receive well balanced meals that 
are nutritionally adequate for their physical 
growth and development; and 

(b) special foods are provided for residents as 
recommended by a physician. O. Reg. 
28/83, s. 31. 

32. — (1) Every operator shall ensure that each resi- 
dent has a supply of his or her own clothing of a suit- 
able quality and size in relation to the resident's age 
and activities and current weather conditions. 

(2) Where clothing for an individual resident is lim- 
ited because of the resident's need, the reason shall be 
noted in the resident's case record. O. Reg. 28/83, 
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33. — (1) ever\ T resident may receive and send cor- 
respondence. 

(2) Where the operator has reason to believe that 
correspondence may be harmful to a resident, the 
operator may read, but shall not censor or withhold, 
correspondence to and from the resident. 

(3) The operator may remove any improper article 
from the correspondence before forwarding the corres- 
pondence to the resident or other intended recipient. 

(4) Where correspondence is opened or an article 
removed from the correspondence, the reason for 
opening the correspondence or removing the article 
shall be noted in the resident's case record. 

(5) Every resident shall be permitted to send to or 
receive correspondence from the resident's solicitor, 
the Ombudsman and members of the Ontario Legisla- 
tive Assembly and the Parliament of Canada and, 
notwithstanding subsections (2) and (3), such corres- 
pondence shall be forwarded unopened. O. Reg. 
28/83, s. 33. 

34. Every operator shall ensure that every resident 
is provided with opportunities for expressing concerns 
or complaints, 

(a) in the presence of other residents and pro- 
gram staff; 

(ft) in private to program staff; and 

(c) in private to the operator or the operator's 
designate. O. Reg. 28/83, s. 34. 

35. — (1) Even operator shall ensure that prior to 
the transfer or discharge of a resident, the resident is 
made aware of and understands, as far as possible, the 
reasons for the transfer or discharge. 

(2) Where a resident is transferred to another resi- 
dence or discharged from a residence, the operator 
shall, as soon as possible thereafter, but within thirty- 
days, forward a summary of the resident's progress 
while in the residence including a summary of the plan 
of care and an assessment of the resident's needs at the 
time of transfer to the operator of the residence to 
which the resident is transferred or to the person or 
agency to whom the resident is discharged. 

(3) A copy of the summary referred to in subsection 
(2) shall be included in the resident's case record in the 
residence from which the resident was transferred or 
discharged. O. Reg. 28/83, s. 35. 

MEDICAL AND DENTAL CARE 

36. — (1) Eveiy operator shall ensure that the writ- 
ten policies and procedures with respect to the health 
program referred to in section 14 provide for, 

(a) resident access to community health pro- 
grams; 



(ft) arrangements for a physician and dentist to 
advise the operator on an ongoing basis 
about medical and dental care required by 
the residents; 

(c) at least an annual assessment of the health, 
vision, dental and hearing condition of the 
residents; 

(d) health education for the residents; and 

(e) the earning out of procedures recommended 
by a physician for the prevention and control 
of disease. 

(2) Even- operator shall ensure that the sen-ices of a 
physician are provided for each resident at regular 
inten-als and as often as needed by the resident. 

(3) Where it is proposed to administer any medical 
or dental treatment to a resident, the proposed treat- 
ment shall be fully explained to the resident in lan- 
guage suitable to the resident's age and understanding. 

(4) Even- operator shall maintain a cumulative 
record of the resident's medical and dental examina- 
tions and treatment while the resident is in the resi- 
dence and the record shall be kept in the resident's case 
record. O. Reg. 28/83, s. 36. 

37. — (1) Subject to subsections (3) and (4), even 
operator shall ensure that, 

(a) prescription medicines are administered to 
residents only under the general supervision 
of the program staff of the residence and only 
when prescribed by a physician; and 

(ft) a record is kept of all medication given to 
residents, including the type of medication, 
the period for which it is prescribed, when 
each dose is to be given and is given, and by 
whom each dose is given. 

(2) The record referred to in subsection (1) shall be 
available to the prescribing physician upon request. 

(3) Where a resident is sixteen years of age or over 
and, in the opinion of the operator, is able to assume 
responsibility for self administration of medication and 
where the resident wishes to assume that responsibili- 
ty, the operator, 

(a) shall provide locked storage facilities for any 
medication of the resident; and 

(ft) is not required to supenise or record the 
administration of the resident's medication. 

(4) Where in the opinion of a physician a resident 
under sixteen years of age will derive some benefit 
from the responsibility of administering the resident's 
own medication, a copy of the physician's written self- 
medication plan for that resident shall be kept in the 
resident's record. O. Reg. 28/83, s. 37. 



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38. Every operator shall ensure that any person in a 
residence suffering from a communicable disease and 
for whom isolation is considered necessary by a physi- 
cian is isolated from other persons in the residence who 
have not been infected. O. Reg. 28/83, s. 38. 

39. — (1) Every operator shall provide the staff of 
the residence with a first aid kit for use in the resi- 
dence. 

(2) The contents of the first aid kit referred to in 
subsection (1) shall be approved by the physician 
advising the operator and the kit shall be kept in a 
location that is known and accessible to staff of the 
residence. O. Reg. 28/83, s. 39. 



DISCIPLINE, PUNISHMENT AND ISOLATION 

40. — (1) Every operator shall have written policies 
and procedures with respect to discipline, punishment 
and any isolation measures to be used by employees of 
the operator in the residence and the policies and pro- 
cedures shall set out the permitted and prohibited 
practices. 

(2) The policies and procedures referred to in sub- 
section (1) shall be reviewed with all staff of the resi- 
dence upon orientation and at least annually there- 
after. O. Reg. 28/83, s. 40. 

41. The policies and procedures referred to in sec- 
tion 40 shall meet the following criteria: 

1 . The operator shall ensure that staff and resi- 
dents know the types of behaviour of resi- 
dents that will result in the use of disciplinary 
measures. 

2 . The operator shall have previously approved 
and made known to staff the methods of dis- 
cipline to be used. 

3. Staff who carry out disciplinary procedures 
shall have completed a training program 
with respect to the methods of discipline 
approved by the operator. 

4. A resident placed in isolation from other resi- 
dents shall be closely supervised by a staff 
member and shall be removed from isolation 
as soon as the resident has regained self- 
control. 

5. Any punishment or other intervention that is 
intended to reduce or eliminate a behaviour 
of a resident that is administered to a resident 
shall be recorded in the resident's case record 
by the program staff involved in the 
administration of the punishment or inter- 
vention and reviewed with the operator or 
the operator's designate. O. Reg. 28/83, 
s. 41. 

42. — (1) No operator shall use or permit the use of, 



(a) corporal punishment of a resident by an 
employee of the operator or by another resi- 
dent or group of residents; 

(jb) deliberate harsh or degrading measures that 
would humilate a resident or undermine a 
resident's self-respect; and 

(c) deprivation of a resident of basic needs 
including food, shelter, clothing or bedding. 

(2) Every operator shall develop and maintain 
policies and procedures with respect to the contraven- 
tion of sections 40 and 41 and subsection (1) by staff of 
the residence and the policies and procedures shall be 
reviewed with each staff person during the staff per- 
son's orientation to the residence and at least annually 
thereafter. O. Reg. 28/83, s. 42. 

43. No operator shall, 

(a) lock, or permit to be locked, the exits of a 
residence at any time for the purpose of con- 
fining a resident; or 

(6) use a locked or lockable room or structure to 
confine a resident who has been withdrawn 
from other residents, 

without the approval of a Director. O. Reg. 28/83, 
s. 43. 



RECORDS AND REPORTS 

44. — (1) Every operator shall maintain a written 
case record for each resident that shall include, 

(a) personal background and identifying infor- 
mation including the resident's full name, sex 
and birthdate and the name, address and 
telephone number of the resident's guardian; 

(b) any personal, family and social history and 
assessment that has been prepared by the 
operator or provided to the operator, 
including the reason for admission of the 
resident; 

(c) reports of all medical examinations and 
treatment of the resident upon admission and 
while in the residence; 

(d) where obtainable, any legal document that is 
concerned with the resident's admission to 
and stay in the residence including any con- 
sent to admission, treatment and release of 
information; 

(e) the agreement for service and revisions to the 
agreement and particulars of any reviews of 
the agreement; 

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(g) the plan of care developed for the resident 
and particulars of any review of the plan of 
care or of the resident's status; 

(A) reports of any serious occurrence involving 
the resident; 

(i) where applicable, documentation of the cir- 
cumstances of transfer or discharge of the 
resident, the name, address and relationship 
of the person to whom the child is transferred 
or discharged and the summary report of the 
resident's stay in the residence referred to in 
subsection 35 (2); and 

(j) such other information or documents with 
respect to the resident in addition to those 
items referred to in clauses (a) to (i) as are 
required by this Regulation or considered 
appropriate by the operator of the residence. 

(2) The record referred to in subsection (1) shall be 
retained by the operator for at least twenty years after 
the last entry in the record with respect to the resident 
or, where the resident dies, for at least five years after 
the death of the resident. O. Reg. 28/83, s. 44. 

45. — (1) Every operator shall maintain a register of 
all residents including the name, sex, birthdate and 
wardship status of each resident, the name and 
address of the resident's guardian, the date of admis- 
sion of the resident and, where the resident is dis- 
charged from the residence, the date of discharge of 
the resident and the name of the person or agency to 
whom the resident was discharged. 

(2) Every operator shall submit to a Director such 
statistical information as the Director may require 
with respect to the operation of the residence. 
O. Reg. 28/83, s. 45. 

46. — (1) Every' operator shall report to the resi- 
dent's guardian, if the guardian has been involved in 
the plan of care, the agency that placed the resident 
and to a Director within twenty-four hours, 

(a) the death of the resident; 

(6) serious injury to the resident; 

(c) abuse or mistreatment of the resident, 
including injuries, where abuse or mistreat- 
ment by staff is suspected or injury caused by 
the neglect of the operator; 

(d) complaints made by or about the resident, 
when considered by the operator to be of a 
serious nature; 

(e) fire or any other disaster occurring in the 
residence; and 

(/) in addition to those items referred to in 
clauses (a) to (e), any other serious occurrence 
concerning the resident. 



(2) Where an incident referred to in subsection (1) 
occurs, the time of an occurrence, the name of the 
person reporting it and the person to whom the report 
was made shall be recorded in the resident's case 
record. 

(3) Every operator shall report to the resident's 
guardian, if the guardian has been involved in the plan 
of care, the agency that placed the resident and the 
local police, 

(a) every absence of a resident without permis- 
sion that exceeds twenty-four hours; and 

(6) any absence for a period of less than twenty- 
four hours when considered appropriate by 
the operator or the staff of the residence. 
O. Reg. 28/83, s. 46. 

EMERGENCY PROCEDURES 

47. Each staff person in a residence shall, before or 
during their first time on duty and at least annually 
thereafter, be instructed in all emergency procedures. 
O. Reg. 28/83, s. 47. 

STAFFING 

48. — (1) Subject to subsection (4), every operator 
shall employ a sufficient number of program staff to 
ensure a minimum ratio of one program staff person to 
every eight residents in the residence averaged over a 
twenty-four hour period. 

(2) Subject to subsection (4), in every parent-model 
residence without auxiliary staff, the total number of 
children in the residence shall not exceed eight. 

(3) In every staff-model residence where more than 
one program staff person is on duty per shift, one per- 
son shall be designated to be in charge of the shift. 

(4) Every operator shall ensure that where a child is 
on the premises of a residence, the operator has made 
reasonable provision in the circumstances for the 
supervision, care and safety of the child, and that an 
additional adult is on call when children are on the 
premises and only one adult is on the premises. 
O. Reg. 28/83, s. 48. 

PRE-LICENSING DOCUMENTATION 

49. Every applicant for a licence to establish, oper- 
ate and maintain a children's residence shall prepare 
and keep on file and provide to a Director when 
required by the Director, 

(a) a written proposal that outlines the program 
goals, residents to be served and services to 
be provided in the residence; 

(b) documentation of the need for a residence 
and a description of the needs of the client 
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(c) documentation of available community and 
neighbourhood facilities and services and the 
ways in which these are appropriate and 
available to the children to be served by the 
residence; 

(d) written evidence of consultation with com- 
munity service agencies from which services 
for the residents will be required; 

(e) information concerning similar or related 
facilities existing within the neighbourhood 
and their proximity to the proposed site of the 
residence; 

(/) a description of the neighbourhood in which 
an operator proposes to establish a residence 
and of the ways in which the neighbourhood 
will be suitable for the residence; 

(g) evidence that the municipalities and school 
boards in the area where the residence is to 
be located have been notified in writing of 
the intent to establish a residence; 

(h) a plan for securing neighbourhood accep- 
tance of the residence; and 

(i) a plan for securing funds to establish, equip 
and operate the residence. O. Reg. 28/83, 
s. 49. 



ACCOMMODATION 

50. Every applicant for a licence or renewal of a 
licence to establish, operate or maintain a children's 
residence shall provide to a Director a copy of the site 
plan of the residence and a drawing to scale of the floor 
plan of the residence, showing windows, doors, exits 
and stairways and the proposed uses of each room in 
the residence. O. Reg. 28/83, s. SO. 

51. Accommodation for residents shall meet the 
following minimum specifications: 

1. No rooms without windows shall be used as 
bedrooms and basements shall not be used 
for sleeping accommodation unless such use 
is approved by a Director. 

2 . Each bedroom shall have a minimum area of 
5 square metres of floor space for each resi- 
dent over the age of eighteen months and 
under the age of sixteen years and a 
minimum of 7 square metres of floor space 
for each resident sixteen years of age or over. 

3. A residence that accommodates residents 
under the age of eighteen months shall have a 
minimum area of 3. 25 square metres of floor 
space for each resident with at least 7.5 
square metres of floor space in every bed- 
room where residents under the age of eigh- 
teen months are accommodated. 



4. Each resident shall be provided with his or 
her own bed suitable for the resident's age 
and size, a clean mattress and bedding that is 
appropriate according to the weather and 
climate. 

5 . No resident over six years of age shall share a 
bedroom with another resident of the oppo- 
site sex unless the other resident is a sibling of 
the resident. O. Reg. 28/83, s. 51. 

52. — (1) Every residence shall have a minimum of 
one wash basin with hot and cold water and one flush 
toilet for every five residents or fewer and one bath or 
shower with hot and cold water for every eight resi- 
dents or fewer and, where there is more than one toilet 
in any one room, each toilet shall have a separate com- 
partment. 

(2) The maximum water temperature in a wash- 
room or bathroom of a residence shall be 49 degrees 
Celsius. O. Reg. 28/83, s. 52. 

53. — (1) Each residence shall have an outdoor play 
space that is equivalent in area to at least 9 square 
metres for each resident based on the maximum 
number of children included in the licence under sub- 
section 6 (2) except where an alternative arrangement 
is approved by the Director. 

(2) The outdoor play space shall be maintained in a 
safe and sanitary condition. O. Reg. 28/83, s. 53. 

54. Every operator shall ensure that, 

(a) drugs and records are kept in locked contain- 
ers and only persons authorized by the 
operator shall have access to the drugs and 
records; 

(ft) the temperature of the residence is main- 
tained at not less than 1 7 degrees Celsius; and 

(c) at least once a year, all fuel-fired appliances 
in the residence are serviced by qualified per- 
sonnel and chimneys in the residence are 
cleaned on the recommendation of the per- 
sonnel and a record is kept of the servicing 
and cleaning. O. Reg. 28/83, s. 54. 

FIRE SAFETY AND HEALTH 

55. Every operator shall ensure that the residence 
has, 

(a) at least one acceptable exit from the first 
storey of the residence; 

(ft) at least one acceptable exit or two means of 
egress from the third storey of the residence 
where the third storey provides sleeping 
accommodation; 

(c) a single station smoke alarm or alarms listed 
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located in each bedroom or sleeping area and 
in each storey at interior stairways; 

(d) a fire-resistant partition between any fuel- 
fired central heating appliance and the 
remainder of the building where there is a 
bedroom on the same floor as the central 
heating fuel-fired appliance; and 

(e) a 2 A 1 OB. C. -rated fire extinquisher for the 
kitchen that is listed by Underwriters' 
Laboratories of Canada. O. Reg. 28/83, 
s. 55. 



56. — (1) Every operator shall ensure that, 

(o) staff of the residence and residents are 
instructed in the procedure to be followed 
when a fire alarm is activated and the proce- 
dures are understood by all staff and resi- 
dents; 

(b) the procedures referred to in clause (a) are 
posted in conspicuous places in the residence 
and practised at least once a month and a 
record is kept of such practices; 

(c) the fire alarm is used to initiate fire drills; 

(d) all exits from the residence are clear and 
unobstructed at all times; 

(<) flammable liquids and paint supplies that are 
kept in the residence are stored in lockable 
containers; 

(/) sprinkler heads and fire detector heads in the 
residence are not painted; 

(g ) the battery-operated smoke detectors in the 
residence are maintained according to the 
manufacturers instructions and inspected 
once a month and a record is kept of each 
inspection; and 

(A) where battery-operated smoke alarms are 
permitted, new batteries are installed annu- 
ally in each battery-operated smoke alarm in 
the residence and a record is kept of each 
installation. 

(2) The records required to be kept under clauses (1) 
(g) and (A ) shall be retained for at least two years from 
the date of each test or installation. O. Reg. 28/83, 
s. 56. 



57. — (1) Every operator shall ensure that, 

(a) the fire protection equipment in the residence 
including any sprinkler system, fire extin- 
guishers, hose and stand pipe equipment is 
inspected at least once a month and a record 
is kept of each inspection; 



(b) each piece of fire protection equipment refer- 
red to in clause (a) is serviced at least once a 
year by a person who is qualified to service 
the particular piece of equipment and a 
record is kept of each servicing; 

(c) the fire alarm system or electrically-intercon- 
nected smoke detector systems is inspected at 
least once a year by qualified maintenance 
personnel and a record is kept of each 
inspection; 

(d) the staff of the residence are trained in the 
proper use of fire extinguishing equipment 
and a record is kept of each training session; 
and 

(e) an inspection of the premises of the resi- 
dence, including equipment in the kitchen 
and laundry is made each night to ensure that 
there is no danger of fire and that all doors to 
stair-wells, fire doors and smoke barrier 
doors are kept closed and a record of each 
inspection is kept in the daily log of the resi- 
dence. 

(2) The records required to be kept under subsec- 
tion (1) shall be retained for at least two years from the 
date of the inspection, service, test or training session, 
as the case may be. O. Reg. 28/83, s. 57. 

58. Every operator shall ensure that, 

(a) all poisonous and hazardous substances that 
are kept in the residence are kept in lockable 
containers; 

(6) harmful substances and objects not essential 
to the operation of the residence are not kept 
in the residence; 

(c) fire-arms are not kept on the premises of the 
residence; and 

(b) a supply of drinking water that is in the 
opinion of the local Medical Officer of Health 
sanitary and adequate for the requirements 
of residents is provided in the residence. 
O. Reg. 28/83, s. 58. 

59. — (1) Regulation 101 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 and Ontario Regulation 817/81 are 
revoked. 

(2) Notwithstanding subsection (1), Regulation 101 
of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, shall con- 
tinue to apply to a staff-model residence that provides 
care for three or more children not of common paren- 
tage and a parent-model residence that provides care 
for five or more children not of common parentage 
where an application was made on or after the 15 th 
day of November, 1980 and before the 15th day of 
November, 1982 for a licence or a renewal of a licence 
to establish, operate or maintain a children's residence, 
until the licence or renewal expires or is revoked. 
O. Reg. 28/83, s. 59. 



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848 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 28/83 

Form 1 

Children's Residential Services Act 
APPLICATION 
FOR: □ A LICENCE: OR □ RENEWAL OF A LICENCE 

To: A Director appointed for the purposes of the Children's Residential Services Act. 
Under the Act and regulations, I hereby apply for: 

□ a licence or □ renewal of a licence to operate the children's residence named and described below. 
OR 

□ a licence or □ renewal of a licence to provide residential care for three or more children at more than 
one location. 






I A. If unincorporated Operator: 



Name Miss 
Mrs. 
Applicant/Mr. . 
Operator 



(surname) 



(name) 



(given names) 



(address) 



Date of Birth 



D/ M/ Y 



(telephone number) 



B. If Corporation Will Operate: 

i. Name of Corporation 

Head Office Address 

Telephone Number . . 



ii. Name of two 

authorized signing officers 



Office held 



Address of 
signing officers . 



(name) 
(office) 



(address) 



(name) 



(address) 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



849 



II □ Name of Children's Residence 



□ Name of Children's Service (if licence is to 
provide residential care) 



III □ Address of Children's Residence 


□ 


Address of Office (if licence is 
provide residential care) 


to 


(number and street or rural route) 




(City, town, village, or post office) 




(county) 




(telephone number) 


(telephone number) 



IV Brief description of premises of residence: 



V □ Purpose of children's residence: 

Description of Program, number of children to be served, sex, age, range, kinds of problems to be 
served: 



57 



850 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 28/83 



] Names of persons and addresses of Homes to be used to provide residential care: 






VI I have attached the following: 
(check boxes) 

□ 

Dated at 


whe 
i. 
ii. 


re applicable) 

The registration fee of $100.00 
The renewal registration fee of $100.00 




this day of 






(signature of applicant or authorized 
, 19 ... . officers of corporation) 



O. Reg. 28/83, Form 1. 



Form 2 

Children's Residential Services Act 
LICENCE/RENEWAL OF LICENCE 
□ TO OPERATE A CHILDREN'S RESIDENCE 

OR 

D 



No. 



TO PROVIDE RESIDENTIAL CARE FOR THREE OR MORE CHILDREN 
AT MORE THAN ONE LOCATION 

Issued 



UNDER the Children's Residential Services Act and the regulations, and subject to the limitations 

thereof, this licence is granted to — 

of the of 



to operate a children's residence under the name of 



_in the 



(street and number or rural route) 
of 



in the 



of 



OR 



58 






O. Reg. 28/83 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 851 

to provide residential care under the name of 

at in the 

(address of office) 

of in the 

of , 



1. This licence expires on the day of , 19 

2. □ The maximum number of children that may be cared for in the children's residence at any one time 

is 

OR 
] The maximum number of children for whom residential care may be provided at any one time 



.3. This licence is subject to the following terms and conditions: 



(Signature of Director) 

O. Reg. 28/83, Form 2. 
Form 3 

Children's Residential Services Act 

PROVISIONAL LICENCE TO OPERATE A CHILDREN'S RESIDENCE 

No Issued 



UNDER the Children's Residential Services Act and the regulations, and subject to the limitations 

thereof, this provisional licence is granted to 

of the of 

to operate a children's residence under the name of 



at in the 

(number and street or rural route) 

of in the - 

of 

1. This licence expires on the day of , 1°_ 

2. The applicant does not meet the following requirements for issuance/renewal of a licence: 



59 



852 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 28/83 

3. The maximum number of children that may be cared for in the children's residence at any one time 
is 

4. This licence is subject to the following terms and conditions: 



Signature of Director 
O. Reg. 28/83, Form 3. 



Form 4 

Children's Residential Services Act 
NOTICE OF INTENTION 



To_ 



(name of applicant or licensee) 

TAKE NOTICE that pursuant to the authority vested in me under the provisions of section S of the 
Children's Residential Services Act I hereby propose to: 

□ refuse to issue a licence to you 

□ refuse to renew your licence 

□ revoke your licence 

1 . To operate a children's residence at 



(street address) 



in the. 



in the_ 



of. 
of. 



OR 

2. To provide residential care for three or more children at more than one location 
for the following reasons: 



And Further Take Notice that under the provisions of section 6 of the Children's Residential Services 
Act, you have a right to have a hearing of this matter before the Children's Services Review Board which has 
been appointed under section 3 of the Children's Residential Services Act, but in order to obtain such a hearing 
you must, within fifteen days of the receipt of this notice, request such a hearing by completing and sending to me 
and to the Children's Services Review Board the prescribed Forms. 






60 



O. Reg. 28/83 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 853 

1. Extract from the Children's Residential Services Act: 

"6. — ( 1) Where a Director proposes under section 5 to refuse to issue a licence or to refuse to renew or 
revoke a licence issued under that section, the Director shall cause notice to be served of the Director's 
proposal, together with written reasons therefor, on the applicant or the licensee, as the case may be. 

(2) A notice under subsection ( 1) shall inform the applicant or licensee, as the case may be, that the 
applicant or licensee is entitled to a hearing by the Board if the applicant or licensee mails or delivers, 
within fifteen days after the notice is served on the applicant or licensee, notice in writing to the Director 
and to the Board, requiring a hearing and the applicant or licensee, as the case may be, may so require 
such a hearing. 

(3) Where an applicant or licensee does not require a hearing by the Board in accordance with 
subsection (2), the Director may carry out the proposal stated in the Director's notice under subsection 
(1) without a hearing. 

(4) Where an applicant or licensee requires a hearing by the Board in accordance with subsection (2), 
the Board shall appoint a time for and hold the hearing and, at the hearing, may by order direct the 
Director to carry out the Director's proposal or refrain from earning out the Director's proposal and to 
take such action as the Board considers the Director ought to take in accordance with this Act and the 
regulations, and, for such purposes, the Board may substitute its opinion for that of the Director." 

Extract from Ontario Regulation 28/83 under the Children's Residential Services Act: 

"8. — (1) A notice by a Director to an applicant or licensee under subsection 6 (1) of the Act shall be 
in Form 4. 

(2) The notice referred to in subsection (1) shall be served or caused to be served by a Director and 
shall be accompanied by two blank copies of Form 5. 

(3) A notice that an applicant or licensee may give to a Director and to the Board under subsection 
6 (2) of the Act or subsection 7 (1) of the Act shall be in Form 5." 

O. Reg. 28/83, Form 4. 



Form 5 

Children's Residential Services Act 

REQUEST FOR HEARING 

To: A Director appointed for the purposes of the 
Children's Residential Services Act 

and 

To: The Chairman of the Children's Services Review Board 
Parliament Buildings, Toronto 



Name of Applicant or licensee . 
Address of applicant or licensee 



Number Street or Rural Route 

City Town Village or P.O. 

Township County 

61 



854 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 28/83 

Take Notice that I hereby request a hearing by the Children's Services Review Board appointed under 
section 3 of the Children's Residential Services Act in respect of the decision of a Director appointed for the 
purposes of the Children's Residential Services Act, to: 

□ refuse to issue a licence to me 

□ refuse to renew my licence 

□ revoke my licence 

□ attach terms and conditions to my licence under subsections 4 (2), (4) or (5) 

1 . To operate a children's residence at 



(street address) 

in the of 

in the of 

under the name of 

OR 

2. To provide residential care for three or more children at more than one location. 



To: 



(date) (signature of applicant or licensee) 

O. Reg. 28/83, Form S. 
Form 6 
Children's Residential Services Act 
NOTICE OF HEARING 

(name of applicant or licensee) 

(address of applicant or licensee) 

Take Notice that a hearing will be held by the Children's Services Review Board appointed under section 3 
of the Children's Residential Services Act, in respect of a decision of a Director appointed for the purposes of the 
Children's Residential Services Act to: 

□ refuse to issue a licence to you 

□ refuse to renew your licence 

□ revoke your licence 

□ attach terms and conditions to your licence under subsection 4 (2), (4) or (S) 
1. To operate a children's residence at 



(address) 



in the of_ 

in the of_ 

under the name of 

OR 

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O. Reg. 28/83 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 31/83 855 

2. To provide residential care for three or more children at more than one location. 

And Take Notice that the rules of procedure applicable to the hearing are contained in sections 6 to 1 1 
inclusive of the Children's Residential Services Act, and that in accordance with the said rules of procedure you 
are a party to the hearing and as such are entitled to be represented at the hearing by counsel or by your agent. 

And Further Take Notice that if a party who has been duly notified does not attend at the hearing 
The Children's Services Review Board may proceed in the party's absence and the party is not entitled 
to notice of any further proceedings. 



(date) 



(signature of Chairman of 
The Children's Services Review Board) 



O. Reg. 28/83, Form 6. 



(2031) 



CHILDREN'S 



RESIDENTIAL 
ACT 



SERVICES 



O. Reg. 29/83. 

General. 

Made— January 13th, 1983. 

Filed— January 17th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 101 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 
CHILDREN'S RESIDENTIAL SERVICES ACT 

1. Subsection 59 (2) of Regulation 101 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as remade by 
section 17 of Ontario Regulation 760/82, is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(2) Every operator shall ensure that the residence 
complies with the requirements of Ontario Regulation 
730/81, where applicable. O. Reg. 29/83, s. 1. 

(2032) 6 



FORESTRY ACT 

O. Reg. 30/83. 

Nurseries. 

Made — January 13th, 1983. 

Filed— January 17th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 397 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

FORESTRY ACT 

1. Subsection 3 (2) of Regulation 397 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor: 



(2) An application shall not be made for fewer than 
100 units, except an application for nursery stock 
made available under an approved participatory forest 
research program, in which case an application may be 
made for twenty-five units, but only one such applica- 
tion for twenty-five units may be made by any per- 
son. O. Reg. 30/83, s. 1. 

2. Section 4 of the said Regulation is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor 

4. Nursery stock may be furnished in respect of pri- 
vate land having an area of at least two hectares 
exclusive of any part occupied by structures or having 
a lesser area where nursery stock is made available 
under an approved participatory' forest research prog- 
ram. O. Reg. 30/83, s. 2. 

3. Section 5 of the said Regulation is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor 

5. Nursery stock may be furnished for enlarging, 
establishing and replenishing a Christmas tree planta- 
tion, shelter belt or wood, or for the purposes of an 
approved participatory forest research program. 
O. Reg. 30/83, s. 3. 

4. Section 6 of the said Regulation is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor 

6. The charges to be made for nursery stock at a 
nursery are $10 plus 2.5 cents for each unit except for 
stock made available under an approved participatory 
forest research program, in which case the charges are 
$25 for twenty-five units. O. Reg. 30/83, s. 4. 



(2033) 



HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

O. Reg. 31/83. 

Parking. 

Made— January 17th, 1983. 

Filed— January 17th, 1983. 



63 



856 O. Reg. 31/83 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 32/83 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 477 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

1. — (1) Paragraphs 1 and 2 of Schedule 6 of 
Appendix A to Regulation 477 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980 are revoked. 



(2) Paragraph 19 of the said Schedule 6 is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

19. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 
1 1 and 1 7 in the City of Thunder Bay in the Territorial 
District of Thunder Bay lying between a point situate 
1.8 kilometres east of the roadway known as Hodder 
Avenue and Copenhagen Road and a point situate at 
its intersection with the northerly limit of the King's 
Highway known as No. 61 and Arthur Street but not 
including that part of the highway known and signed 
as the Terry Fox Lookout. 



2. Paragraph 14 of Schedule 13 of Appendix A to 
the said Regulation is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted therefor: 

14. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 
1 1 and 1 7 in the City of Thunder Bay in the Territorial 
District of Thunder Bay lying between a point situate 
1.8 kilometres east of the roadway known as Hodder 
Avenue and Copenhagen Road and a point situate at 
its intersection with the northerly limit of the King's 
Highway known as No. 61 and Arthur Street but not 
including that part of the highway known and signed 
as the Terry Fox Lookout. 

3. Appendix A to the said Regulation is amended 
by adding thereto the following Schedule: 

Schedule 72 

HIGHWAY No. 9 

1. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 9 
in the Town of Caledon in The Regional Municipality 
of Peel and in the Township of Tecumseth in the 
County of Simcoe beginning at a point situate 230 
metres measured westerly from its intersection with 
the 10th line in the former Township of Albion and 
extending westerly therealong for a distance of 200 
metres. O. Reg. 31/83, s. 3. 

James Snow 

Minister of Transportation 

and Communications 



Dated at Toronto, this 17th day of January, 1983. 



(2034) 



PUBLIC HOSPITALS ACT 

O. Reg. 32/83. 
Classification of Hospitals. 
Made — December 17th, 1982. 
Approved — January 13th, 1983. 
Filed— January 18th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 863 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

PUBLIC HOSPITALS ACT 

1.— (1) Items 4, 9, 15 and 22 of the Schedule to 
Regulation 863 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 under the heading "Group B 
Hospitals" are revoked. 

(2) The said Schedule is amended by adding under 
the heading "Group B Hospitals" the following 
item: 



24a. Hawkesbury 



Hawkesbury and District 
General Hospital 



(3) Item 52 of the said Schedule under the heading 
"Group B Hospitals" is revoked. 

(4) The said Schedule is further amended by 
adding under the heading "Group B Hospitals" 
the following item: 



65a . Strathroy 



Strathroy Middlesex 
General Hospital 



2. — (1) The said Schedule is further amended by 
adding under the heading "Group C Hospitals" 
the following items: 



8a. Bowmanville 



Bowmanville Memorial 
Hospital 



9a. Brockville 



St. Vincent de Paul Hospital 



15a. Collingwood 



General and Marine 
Hospital 



28a. Grimsby 



West Lincoln Memorial 
Hospital 



(2) Items 31, 42 and 43 of the said Schedule under 
the heading "Group C Hospitals" are revoked. 

(3) The said Schedule is further amended by 
adding under the heading "Group C Hospitals" 
the following item: 






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O. Reg. 32/83 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



857 



66a. Renfrew 



The Renfrew Victoria 
Hospital 



(4) Item 74 of the said Schedule under the heading 
"Group C Hospitals" is revoked. 

3. Item 5 of the said Schedule under the heading 
"Group D Hospitals" is revoked. 

4.— (1) Items 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11 and IS of the 
said Schedule under the heading "Group E 
Hospitals" are revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor: 



1. Belleville 



la. Chatham 



lb. Cornwall 



3. Hamilton 

3a. Hamilton 

4. Kingston 

4a. Kitchener 

5. Kitchener 

5a. London 
5b. London 

6. Ottawa 

7. Sarnia 

8. Scarborough 
8a. Scarborough 

9. Thunder Bay 
9a. Timmins 



Bellville General Hospital 
(General Rehabilitation 
Unit) 

Chatham Public General 
Hospital (General 
Rehabilitation Unit) 

Macdonnell Memorial 
Hospital (General 
Rehabilitation Unit) 



Hamilton Civic Hospitals 
(General Rehabilitation 
Unit) 

St. Joseph's Hospital 

(General Rehabilitation 

Unit) 
St. Mary's-of-the-Lake 

Hospital (General 

Rehabilitation Unit) 
Freeport Hospital (General 

Rehabilitation Unit) 
Kitchener-Waterloo Hospital 

(General Rehabilitation 

Unit) 
St. Mary's Hospital (General 

Rehabilitation Unit) 
University Hospital (General 

Rehabilitation Unit) 
St. Vincent Hospital 

(General Rehabilitation 

Unit) 
St. Joseph's Hospital 

(General Rehabilitation 

Unit) 
Providence Hospital 

(General Rehabilitation 

Unit) 
Scarborough General 

Hospital (General 

Rehabilitation Unit) 
Hogarth- Westmount 

Hospital (General 

Rehabilitation Unit) 
St. Mary's General Hospital 

(General Rehabilitation 

Unit) 



11. Toronto The Queen Elizabeth 

Hospital (General 
Rehabilitation Unit) 
(Dunn Avenue Division) 
(University Avenue 
Division) 

(2) The said Schedule is further amended by 
adding under the heading "Group E Hospitals" 
the following items: 

12a. Toronto St. Joseph's Health Centre 

(General Rehabilitation 

Unit) 
\2b. Toronto St. Michael's Hospital 

(General Rehabilitation 

Unit) 

5. — (i) item 1 of the said Schedule under the 
heading "Group F Hospitals" is revoTced and 
the following substituted therefor: 



1. Hamilton 



St. Peter's Centre 



(2) The said Schedule is further amended by 
adding under the heading "Group F Hospitals" 
the following item: 

4a. Scarborough Providence Hospital 

6. — (1) Item 2 of the said Schedule under the 
heading "Group G Hospitals" is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor: 



2. Alexandria 



2a. Almonte 



Glengarry Memorial 
Hospital (Chronic 
Patient's Unit) 

Almonte General Hospital 
(Chronic Patient's Unit) 



(2) The said Schedule is further amended by 
adding under the heading "Group G Hospitals" 
the following item: 



5b. Barry's Bay 



St. Francis Memorial 
Hospital (Chronic 
Patient's Unit) 



(3) Items 12 and 25 of the said Schedule under the 
heading "Group G Hospitals" are revoked and 
the following substituted therefor: 



12. Brantford 



St. Joseph's Hospital 
(Chronic Patient's Unit) 



(4) The said Schedule is further amended by 
adding under the heading "Group G Hospitals" 
the following items: 



26a. Deep River 



Deep River and District 
Hospital (Chronic 
Patient's Unit) 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 32/83 



27a. Dunnville 



37a. Grimsby 



Haldimand War Memorial 
Hospital (Chronic 
Patient's Unit) 



West Lincoln Memorial 
Hospital (Chronic 
Patient's Unit) 



(5) Item 41 of the said Schedule under the heading 
"Group G Hospitals" is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 



41. Hamilton 



St. Joseph's Hospital 



(6) The said Schedule is further amended by 
adding under the heading "Group G Hospitals" 
the following item: 



52a. Kingston 



St. Mary's-of-the-Lake 
Hospital (Chronic 
Patient's Unit) 



(7) Item 60 of the said Schedule under the heading 
"Group G Hospitals" is revoked. 

(8) The said Schedule is further amended by 
adding under the heading "Group G Hospitals" 
the following items: 



75a. Niagara-on- 
the-Lake 



Niagara-on-the-Lake 

General Hospital (Chronic 
Patient's Unit) 



77a. Oakville 



81a. Ottawa 



Oakville-Trafalgar Memorial 
Hospital (Chronic 
Patient's Unit) 



Hopital Montfort (Chronic 
Patient's Unit) 



84a. Palmerston 



846. Paris 



85a. Pembroke 



87a. Perth 



Palmerston and District 
Hospital (Chronic 
Patient's Unit) 

The Willett Hospital 



General Hospital (Chronic 
Patient's Unit) 



The Great War Memorial 
Hospital (Chronic 
Patient's Unit) 



90a. Port Colborne 



Port Colborne General 
(Chronic Patient's Unit) 



(9) Items 104, 116 and 129 of the said Schedule 
under the heading "Group G Hospitals" are 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 



116. Sudbury 



Sudbury Algoma Hospital 



(10) The said Schedule is further amended by 
adding under the heading "Group G Hospitals" 
the following item: 



132a. Windsor 



Hotel Dieu of St. Joseph's 
(Chronic Patient's Unit) 



7. — (1) Item 3 of the said Schedule under the 
heading "Group J Hospitals" is revoked. 

(2) The said Schedule is further amended by 
adding under the heading "Group J Hospitals" 
the following item: 



8a. Toronto 



Mount Sinai Hospital 



(3) Item 10 of the said Schedule under the heading 
"Group J Hospitals" is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 



10. Toronto 



West Park Hospital 



8. — (1) Items 4, 6 and 11 of the said Schedule 
under the heading "Group K Hospitals" are 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 



4. London 



6. Oshawa 



11. Sarnia 



Thames Valley Children's 
Centre 



Simcoe Hall Children's 
Centre 



(2) 



Sarnia and District 
Children's Treatment 
Centre 



The said Schedule is further amended by 
adding under the heading "Group K Hospitals" 
the following item: 



15a. Toronto 



Toronto Rehabilitation 
Centre 



9. The said Schedule is further amended by 
renumbering item 1 as item la under the head- 
ing "Group M Hospitals" and by adding thereto 
the following items: 



1. Etobicoke 



Etobicoke General Hospital 



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O. Reg. 32/83 
2a. Hamilton 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



Hamilton Civic Hospitals 
(Henderson General 
Hospital) 



3a. Kitchener 



Kitchener- Waterloo General 
Hospital 



5a. North York 
56. Oshawa 
5c. Ottawa 



North York General 

Hospital 
Oshawa General Hospital 

Children's Hospital of 
Eastern Ontario 



7a. Scarborough 



lOo. Toronto 



15a. Toronto 



O. Reg. 33/83 859 

Scarborough General 
Hospital 



Mount Sinai Hospital 



The Wellesley Hospital 

Larry Grossman 
Minister of Health 



Dated at Toronto, this 17th day of December, 1982. 
(2054) 6 



PROVINCIAL OFFENCES ACT 

O. Reg. 33/83. 

Proceedings Commenced by Certificate 

of Offence. 
Made — January 13th, 1983. 
Filed— January 18th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 817 OF REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

PROVINCIAL OFFENCES ACT 

1. — (1) Items 1 to 34 of Schedule 5 to Regulation 817 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as remade by 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 517/81, are revoked and the following substituted therefor 



1. 

la 

2. 
2a. 
2b. 

3. 
3a. 

4. 

5. 
5a. 

6. 
6a. 

7. 

7a. 

8. 

9. 

9a. 

10. 

10a. 



Drive motor vehicle, no permit 
Drive motor vehicle, no currently validated permit 
Drive motor vehicle, no plates 
Drive motor vehicle, fail to display two plates 
Drive motor vehicle, plate improperly displayed 
Drive motor vehicle, no validation on plate 
Drive motor vehicle, validation improperly affixed 
Draw trailer, no permit 
Draw trailer, no plate 
Draw trailer, plate improperly displayed 
Fail to surrender permit for motor vehicle 
Fail to surrender permit for trailer 
Drive motor vehicle, not in accordance with permit 
limitations 

Permit driving of motor vehicle, not in accordance with 
permit limitations 
Make a false statement 
Fail to notify change of address — owner 
Fail to notify- change of address — lessee 
Drive motor vehicle, no vehicle identification number 
Permit driving of motor vehicle, no vehicle identifica- 
tion number 



clause 
clause 
clause 
clause 
clause 
clause 
clause 
clause 
clause 
clause 
clause 
clause 



(D(a) 

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(1)0) 

U)<&) 

(1)(&) 

(D(0 

(Dfc) 

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section 8 

section 8 
subsection 9(1) 
subsection 9(2) 
subsection 9(2a) 
subsection 9a (1) 

subsection 9a(l) 



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O. Reg. 33/83 



11. 
lla. 

12. 
12a. 

13. 
13a. 

14. 
14a. 

15. 
15a. 

16. 

17. 

18. 
18a. 

19. 
19a. 

20. 
20a. 

21. 
21a. 

22. 
22a. 

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23a. 

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25. 
25a. 

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26a. 

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27a. 

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29. 

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31. 

32. 

33. 

34. 
34a. 



Draw trailer, no identification number 
Permit drawing of trailer, no identification number 
Draw conversion unit, no identification number 
Permit drawing of conversion unit, no identification 
number 

Draw converter dolly, no identification number 
Permit drawing of converter dolly, no identification 
number 

Fail to remove plates on ceasing to be owner 
Fail to remove plates on ceasing to be lessee 
Fail to give vehicle portion of permit to new owner 
Fail to give vehicle portion of permit to lessor 
Fail to retain plate portion of permit 
Fail to apply for permit on becoming owner 
Deface plate 
Deface validation 
Alter plate 
Alter validation 
Use defaced plate 
Use defaced validation 
Use altered plate 
Use altered validation 
Permit use of defaced plate 
Permit use of defaced validation 
Permit use of altered plate 
Permit use of altered validation 
Remove plate without authority 
Use plate not authorized for vehicle 
Permit use of plate not authorized for vehicle 
Use validation not furnished by Ministry 
Use validation not furnished for vehicle 
Permit use of validation not furnished by Ministry 
Permit use of validation not furnished for vehicle 
Use plate not in accordance with Act 
Use plate not in accordance with regulations 
Use validation not in accordance with Act 
Use validation not in accordance with regulations 
Permit use of plate not in accordance with Act 
Permit use of plate not in accordance with regulations 
Permit use of validation not in accordance with Act 
Permit use of validation not in accordance with regula- 
tions 



clause 9a 
clause 9a 
clause 9a 

clause 9a 
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clause 9a 

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clause 

clause 

subsect 

clause 

clause 

clause 

clause 

clause 

clause 

clause 

clause 

clause 

clause 

clause 

clause 

clause 

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clause 

clause 

clause 

clause 

clause 

clause 

clause 

clause 

clause 

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clause 

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2)(a) 
2)(a) 
2)0) 

2)0) 
2)(c) 

2)(c) 
1)0) 
1)0) 
1)0) 
1)0) 
1)0) 

10(2) 
1)0) 
1)0) 
1)0) 
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D0) 
D0) 
1)0) 
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D0) 
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D0) 
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D(C) 

DW) 
Dtf) 

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clause 12(1)(/) 



(2) The said Schedule 5 is further amended by adding to the Part entitled "II Permits" the following item: 

37a. Numbers on plate not plainly visible subsection 13(2) 

(3) Items 179, 180, 181, 182, 264, 265 and 266 of the said Schedule 5 are revoked. 

2. Items 1 to 22 of Schedule 14 to the said Regulation are revoked. 

3. The said Regulation is amended by adding thereto the following Schedule: 

Schedule 19a 






Ontario Regulation 744/82 under the Highway Traffic Act 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


1. 


Vehicle modified — fail to apply for new permit 

— 


section 3 



(2055) 



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O. Reg. 34/83 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 35/83 861 



FARM PRODUCTS MARKETING ACT 

O. Reg. 34/83. 
Soya-Beans — Plan. 
Made — January 13th, 1983. 
Filed— January 18th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 378 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

FARM PRODUCTS MARKETING ACT 

1. Sections 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 of the Schedule to 
Regulation 378 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor. 

6. — (1) Producers are divided into ten districts and 
areas as follows: 

1. District 1, comprising the County of Essex 
except Pelee Island. 

2. District 2, comprising Pelee Island in the 
County of Essex. 

3. District 3, comprising the County of Kent. 

4. District 4, comprising the County of 
Lambton. 

5. District 5, comprising the County of 
Middlesex. 

6. District 6, comprising the County of Elgin. 

7. District 7, comprising the County of Brant 
and the Regional Municipalities of Hal- 
dimand-Norfolk, Hal ton, Hamilton-Went- 
worth, Niagara and Peel. 

8. District 8, comprising the counties of Bruce, 
Dufferin, Grey, Huron, Oxford, Perth and 
Wellington and The Regional Municipality 
of Waterloo. 

9. Area A, comprising the counties of Hast- 
ings, Northumberland, Peterborough, Prince 
Edward, Simcoe and Victoria, the Regional 
Municipalities of Durham and York and The 
Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto. 

10. Area B, comprising the County of Lennox 
and Addington and the area east thereof to 
the Quebec border. 

(2) A producer not within a district or area may 
become a member of the district or area group of pro- 
ducers nearest to his place of residence. 

7. Producers in a district or area named in section 6 
form a district or area group. 



8. There shall be a committee in each district 
known as "The District Soya-Bean Growers' Com- 
mittee" and a committee in each area known as "The 
Area Soya-Bean Growers' Committee". 

9. On or before the 25th day of January in each year, 
each district and area group shall elect representatives 
to its committee on the basis of one committeeman for 
every 200 producers or part thereof. 

10. — (1) On or before the 31st day of January in 
each year, each committee shall elect members to the 
local board as follows: 

1. District 1, three members. 

2. District 2, one member. 

3. District 3, four members. 

4. District 4, three members. 

5. District 5, one member. 

6. District 6, one member. 

7. District 7, one member. 

8. District 8, one member. 

(2) Area A representatives are eligible to vote in Dis- 
trict 8 and Area B representatives are eligible to vote in 
District 7. 

(2056) 6 



FARM INCOME STABILIZATION 
ACT 

O. Reg. 35/83. 

Soybeans — 1981 Crop Year 

(Base prices, etc.). 
Made — November 12th, 1982. 
Approved — January 13th, 1983. 
Filed— January 18th, 1983. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
FARM INCOME STABILIZATION ACT 

SOYBEANS— 1981 CROP YEAR 
(BASE PRICES, ETC.) 

1. The base price for soybeans for the 1981 crop year 
is $257.46 per tonne. O. Reg. 35/83, s. 1. 

2. The stabilization price for soybeans for the 1981 
crop year is $280.76 per tonne. O. Reg. 35/83, s. 2. 

3. The farm product receipts for the 1981 crop year 
are calculated to be $267.21 per tonne. O. Reg. 35/83, 
s. 3. 



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O. Reg. 38/83 



4. The fee payable by each person enrolled for the 
1981 crop year is $4 per tonne of soybeans less the 
amount of any moneys standing to his credit on the 
books of the Commission. O. Reg. 35/83, s. 4. 

Farm Income Stabilization 
Commission of Ontario: 

Morris Huff 
Chairman 

Dated at Toronto, this 12th day of November, 1982. 

(2057) 6 

FARM INCOME STABILIZATION 
ACT 

O. Reg. 36/83. 

Corn — 1981 Crop Year 

(Base prices, etc.). 
Made — November 12th, 1982. 
Approved — January 13th, 1983. 
Filed— January 18th, 1983. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
FARM INCOME STABILIZATION ACT 

CORN— 1981 CROP YEAR 
(BASE PRICES, ETC.) 

1. The base price for corn for the 1981 crop year is 
$103.84 per tonne. O. Reg. 36/83, s. 1. 

2. The stabilization price for corn for the 1981 crop 
year is $118.37 per tonne. O. Reg. 36/83, s. 2. 

3. The farm product receipts for corn for the 1981 
crop year are calculated to be $116.36 per tonne. 
O. Reg. 36/83, s. 3. 

4. The fee payable by each person enrolled for the 
1981 crop year is $1.62 per tonne of corn less the amount 
of any moneys standing to his credit on the books of the 
Commission. O. Reg. 36/83, s. 4. 

Farm Income Stabilization 
Commission of Ontario: 

Morris Huff 
Chairman 

Dated at Toronto, this 12th day of November, 1982. 

(2058) 6 

CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

O. Reg. 37/83. 
Crop Insurance Plan — Apples. 
Made — December 1st, 1982. 
Approved — January 13th, 1983. 
Filed— January 18th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 198 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

1. Clause 10 (3) (a) of the Schedule to Regulation 
198 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(a) the insured person applies therefor in writing 
prior to the 20th day of December in the crop 
year; and 

2. Clause (a) of subparagraph 12 (3) of Form 1 of 
the said Regulation is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted therefor: 

(a) in the case of the absence or inability of the 
insured person, by his authorized represen- 
tative; or 

The Crop Insurance Commission of Ontario: 

M. Huff 
Chairman 

Ronald Atkinson 
Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 1st day of December, 1982. 

(2059) 6 

CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

O. Reg. 38/83. 

Crop Insurance Plan — Peaches. 
Made — December 1st, 1982. 
Approved — January 13th, 1983. 
Filed— January 18th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 215 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

1. Clause 10 (3) (a) of the Schedule to Regulation 
215 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(a) the insured person applies therefor in writing 
prior to the 20th day of December in the crop 
year; and 

2. Clause (a) of subparagraph 12 (3) of Form 1 of 
the said Regulation is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted therefor: 

(a) in the case of the absence or inability of the 
insured person, by his authorized represen- 
tative; or 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 41/83 863 



The Crop Insurance Commission of Ontario: 

M. Huff 
Chairman 

Ronald Atkinson 
Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 1st day of December, 1982. 

(2060) 6 

CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

O. Reg. 39/83. 
Crop Insurance Plan — Pears. 
Made — December 1st, 1982. 
Approved — January 13th, 1983. 
Filed— January 18th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 216 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

1. Clause 10 (3) (a) of the Schedule to Regulation 
216 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(a) the insured person applies therefor in writing 
prior to the 20th day of December in the crop 
year; and 

2. Clause (a) of subparagraph 12 (3) of Form 1 of 
the said Regulation is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted therefor: 

(a) in the case of the absence or inability of the 
insured person, by his authorized represen- 
tative; or 

The Crop Insurance Commission of Ontario: 

M. Huff 
Chairman 

Ronald Atkinson 
Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 1st day of December, 1982. 

(2061) 6 

CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

O. Reg. 40/83. 
Crop Insurance Plan — Plums. 
Made — December 1st, 1982. 
Approved — January 13th, 1983. 
Filed — January 18th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 219 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

1. Clause 10 (3) (a) of the Schedule to Regulation 
219 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(a) the insured person applies therefor in writing 
prior to the 20th day of December in the crop 
year; and 

2. Clause (a) of subparagraph 12 (3) of Form 1 of 
the said Regulation is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted therefor: 

(a) in the case of the absence or inability of the 
insured person, by his authorized represen- 
tative; or 

The Crop Insurance Commission of Ontario: 

M. Huff 
Chairman 

Ronald Atkinson 
Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 1st day of December, 1982. 

(2062) 6 

CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

O. Reg. 41/83. 

Crop Insurance Plan — Sweet Cherries. 
Made— December 1st, 1982. 
Approved — January 13th, 1983. 
Filed— January 18th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 224 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

1. Clause 10 (3) (a) of the Schedule to Regulation 
224 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(a) the insured person applies therefor in writing 
prior to the 20th day of December in the crop 
year; and 

2. Clause (a) of subparagraph 12 (3) of Form 1 of 
the said Regulation is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted therefor: 

(a) in the case of the absence or inability of the 
insured person, by his authorized represen- 
tative; or 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 43/83 



The Crop Insurance Commission of Ontario: 

M. Huff 

Chairman 

Ronald Atkinson 
Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 1st day of December, 1982. 

(2063) 6 

CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

O. Reg. 42/83. 

Crop Insurance Plan — Sour Cherries. 
Made — December 1st, 1982. 
Approved — January 13th, 1983. 
Filed— January 18th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 221 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

1. Clause 10 (3) (a) of the Schedule to Regulation 
221 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(a) the insured person applies therefor in writing 
prior to the 20th day of December in the crop 
year; and 

2. Clause (a) of subparagraph 12 (3) of Form 1 of 
the said Regulation is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted therefor: 

(a) in the case of the absence or inability of the 
insured person, by his authorized represen- 
tative; or 

The Crop Insurance Commission of Ontario: 

M. Huff 
Chairman 

Ronald Atkinson 
Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 1st day of December, 1982. 

(2064) 6 

CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

O. Reg. 43/83. 

General. 

Made — December 1st, 1982. 

Approved — January 13th, 1983. 

Filed— January 18th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 231 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

1. Section 7 of Regulation 231 of Revised Regula- 
tions of Ontario, 1980 is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

7. Where an insurable person has applied for insur- 
ance coverage on one or more crops and fails to pay the 
full premium owing in respect of each application at the 
time prescribed in the plan, the Commission may cancel 
the coverage on any or all of the crop plans applied for 
and, in such case, no part of the premium deposits paid 
shall be refunded. O. Reg. 43/83, s. 1. 

2. The said Regulation is amended by adding 
thereto the following sections: 

sharecropping agreements 

9. The Commission will accept applications for 
insurance for otherwise insurable field crops being 
sharecropped under an agreement providing for divi- 
sion of profits or crop in the following proportions: 



LAND OWNER 


SHARECROPPER 


50% 


50% 


40% 


60% 


33% 


67% 



O. Reg. 43/83, s. 2, part. 

10. — (1) For the purpose of determining coverage, 
each party to the agreement shall retain his own average 
farm yield or percentage of coverage attained through 
insurance experience. 

(2) In the case of a new applicant, the coverage shall 
be determined by the Commission. O. Reg. 43/83, 
s. 2, part. 

11. Premiums shall be paid by each party to the 
agreement in the same proportion as the parties share 
under the agreement but each party, at the time of 
application or renewal, as the case may be, shall pay a 
deposit of $ 1 per acre in respect of the total number of 
insured acres. O. Reg. 43/83, s. 2, part. 

12. The established price for the crop insured shall 
be the same for the total acreage. O. Reg. 43/83, s. 2, 
part. 

13. — (1) Where acreage designated on the applica- 
tion as intended to be sown to a spring sown crop 
remains unseeded due to an insured peril, a benefit 
equal to one-third of the guaranteed production multi- 
plied by the established price shall be paid to the land 
owner in accordance with the Table contained in the 
relevant field crop plan and the premium deposit paid 
by the sharecropper shall be refunded. 



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O. Reg. 45/83 865 



(2) The unseeded acreage benefit prescribed by sub- 
section (1) does not apply to acreage sown to winter 
wheat. O. Reg. 43/83, s. 2, part. 

14. — (1) Where the insured acreage is reseeded to the 
same or to a different insurable crop in accordance with 
the relevant crop plan, the reseeding benefit shall be 
paid to the sharecropper only and the entire premium 
shall be retained by the Commission. 

(2) Where the insured acreage is reseeded to a differ- 
ent crop, not insurable by the Commission, the reseed- 
ing benefit shall be paid to the sharecropper only, the 
insurance shall terminate and the land owner's share of 
the premium shall be refunded. O. Reg. 43/83, s. 2, 
part. 

3 . Clause (a ) of subparagraph 1 1 (3) of Form 1 of 
the said Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 

(a) in the case of the absence or inability of the 
insured person, by his authorized representa- 
tive; or 

The Crop Insurance Commission of Ontario: 

M. Huff 
Chairman 

Ronald Atkinson 
Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 1st day of December, 1982. 

(2065) 6 



CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

O. Reg. 44/83. 

Crop Insurance Plan — 

Coloured Beans. 
Made — December 1st, 1982. 
Approved — January 13th, 1983. 
Filed— January 18th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 204 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

1. Section 10 of the Schedule to Regulation 204 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as 
remade by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 
92/82 , is revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

10. For the purposes of this plan, the established 
price for coloured beans is, 



(a) $9; 

(b) $12; or 

(c) $15, 

per hundredweight. 

2 . Subsection 1 3 ( 1 ) of the said Schedule , as remade 
by section 4 of Ontario Regulation 92/82, is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(1) The total premium is, 

(a) $13.20 per acre where the established price is 
$9 per hundredweight; 

(b) $17.60 per acre where the established price is 
$12 per hundredweight; and 

(c) $22 per acre where the established price is $15 
per hundredweight. 

The Crop Insurance Commission of Ontario: 

M. Huff 
Chairman 

Ronald Atkinson 
Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 1st day of December, 1982. 

(2066) 6 



CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

O. Reg. 45/83. 
Crop Insurance Plan — Corn. 
Made — December 1st, 1982. 
Approved — January 13th, 1983. 
Filed— January 18th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 205 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

1.— (1) Subsection 9 (1) of the Schedule to Regu- 
lation 205 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1980 is revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

(1) Subject to subsections (2) and (3), the coverage 
provided under a contract of insurance shall be 70 per 
cent of the average farm yield in bushels of the total 
acreage seeded to corn by the insured person in accord- 
ance with the regulations. 

(2) Subsection 9 (6) of the said Schedule is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 



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O. Reg. 46/83 



(6) The number of bushels determined under sub- 
sections (1), (2) and (3) constitutes the total guaranteed 
production under a contract of insurance. 

2. Subsection 11(1) of the said Schedule, as remade 
by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 310/81, is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(1) For the purposes of this plan, the established 
price for grain corn is, 

(a) $1.75; 

(b) $2.25; or 

(c) $2.75, 
per bushel. 

3. Subsection 12 (1) of the said Schedule, as remade 
by section 3 of Ontario Regulation 310/81, is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(1) The total premium is, 

(a) $8 per acre where the established price is 
$1.75 per bushel; 

(b) $10.50 per acre where the established price is 
$2.25 per bushel; and 

(c) $13 per acre where the established price is 
$2.75 per bushel. 

4. Subparagraph 3 (2) of Form 2 of the said Regu- 
lation, as remade by subsection 6 (4) of Ontario 
Regulation 310/81, is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 

(2) Where the damaged acreage is reseeded in 
accordance with subparagraph (1), the Commission 
shall pay a supplementary benefit to the insured person 
calculated at the rate of $25 for each reseeded acre. 

The Crop Insurance Commission of Ontario: 

M. Huff 
Chairman 

Ronald Atkinson 
Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 1st day of December, 1982. 

(2067) 6 

CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

O. Reg. 46/83. 

Crop Insurance Plan — Soybeans. 
Made — December 1st, 1982. 
Approved — January 13th, 1983. 
Filed— January 18th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 222 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

1. Subsection 11 (1) of the Schedule to Regulation 
222 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as 
amended by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 
309/81, is revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

(1) The established price for soybeans is, 

(a) $4.50; 

(b) $5.75; or 

(c) $6.75, 
per bushel. 

2. Subsection 12 (1) of the said Schedule, as 
amended by section 3 of Ontario Regulation 309/ 
81, is revoked' and the following substituted 
therefor: 

(1) The total premium is, 

(a) $7 per acre where the established price is 
$4.50 per bushel; 

(b) $9 per acre where the established price is 
$5.75 per bushel; and 

(c) $10.50 per acre where the established price is 
$6.75 per bushel. 

3. Subparagraph 3 (2) of Form 2 of the said Regu- 
lation, as remade by subsection 6 (4) of Ontario 
Regulation 309/81, is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 

(2) Where the damaged acreage is reseeded in 
accordance with subparagraph (1), the Commission 
shall pay a supplementary benefit to the insured person 
calculated at the rate of $25 for each reseeded acre. 



The Crop Insurance Commission of Ontario: 



M. Huff 
Chairman 



Ronald Atkinson 
Secretary 



Dated at Toronto, this 1st day of December, 1982. 
(2068) 6 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 48/83 867 



CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

O. Reg. 47/83. 

Crop Insurance Plan — Spring Grain. 
Made — December 1st, 1982. 
Approved — January 13th, 1983. 
Filed— January 18th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 223 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

1. — (1) Subsection 12 (1) of the Schedule to Regu- 
lation 223 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1980, as remade by subsection 2 (1) of Ontario 
Regulation 306/81, is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 

(1) Subject to subsection (4), the established price 
for spring grain is, 

(a) 2.50; 

(b) 3.50; or 

(c) 4.50; 
per pound. 

(2) Subsection 12 (4) of the said Schedule, as 
remade by subsection 2 (2) of Ontario Regula- 
tion 306/81, is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor: 

(4) For the purposes of this plan, the established 
price for winter barley is 4.5 cents per pound but 
the established price is subject to amendment by 
the Commission with the approval of the Lieutenant 
Governor in Council and, where so amended, the 
premium payable shall be adjusted accordingly. 

2 . Subsection 1 3 ( 1 ) of the said Schedule , as remade 
by section 3 of Ontario Regulation 306/81, is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor 

(1) The total premium is, 

(a) $5.40 per acre where the established price is 
2.50 per pound; 

(6) $7.60 per acre where the established price is 
3.50 per pound; and 

(c) $9.80 per acre where the established price is 
4.50 per pound. 

3. Subparagraph 4 (2) of Form 2 of the said Regu- 
lation, as remade by subsection 6 (4) of Ontario 
Regulation 306/81, is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 



(2) Where the damaged acreage is reseeded in 
accordance witfi subparagraph (1), the Commission 
shall pay a supplementary benefit to the insured person 
calculated at the rate of $25 for each reseeded acre. 

The Crop Insurance Commission of Ontario: 

M. Huff 
Chairman 

Ronald Atkinson 
Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 1st day of December, 1982. 

(2069) 6 

CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

O. Reg. 48/83. 

Crop Insurance Plan — 

White Beans. 
Made — December 2nd, 1982. 
Approved — January 13th, 1983. 
Filed— January 18th, 1983. 



75 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 228 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

1. Clause 3 (6) of the Schedule to Regulation 228 
of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as 
remade by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
93/82, is revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

(b) "hundredweight" means 100 pounds of 
beans, the moisture content of which is not 
more than 18 per cent; 

2. Section 10 of the said Schedule, as remade by- 
section 2 of Ontario Regulation 93/82, is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

10. For the purposes of this plan, the established 
price for white-beans is, 

(a) $12; or 

<M $16, 

per hundredweight. 

3. Subsection 13 (1) of the said Schedule, as 
remade by section 4 of Ontario Regulation 
93/82, is revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

(1) The total premium is, 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 50/83 



(a) $15 per acre where the established price is 
$12 per hundredweight; and 

(b) $20 per acre where the established price is 
$16 per hundredweight. 

4. Subparagraph 3 (2) of Form 2 of the said 
Regulation, as remade by subsection 4 (4) of 
Ontario Regulation 305/81, is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 

(2) Where the damaged acreage is reseeded in 
accordance with subparagraph (1), the Commission 
shall pay a supplementary benefit to the insured per- 
son calculated at the rate of $25 for each reseeded acre. 

5. Subparagraph 4 (5) of Form 2 of the said 
Regulation is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor: 

(5) Where the crop contains damaged or foreign 
material, the actual production thereof shall be 
deemed to be reduced in an amount to be determined 
by the Commission. 

The Crop Insurance Commission of Ontario: 

M. Huff 
Chairman 

Ronald Atkinson 
Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 2nd day of December, 1982. 

(2070) 6 



CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

O. Reg. 49/83. 

Crop Insurance Plan — 

Potatoes. 
Made — December 1st, 1982. 
Approved — January 13th, 1983. 
Filed— January 18th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 314/81 

MADE UNDER THE 

CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

1. Section 12 of the Schedule to Ontario Regula- 
tion 314/81, as amended by section 2 of Ontario 
Regulation 97/82, is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 

12. — (1) The total premium is $76 per acre. 

(2) The premium prescribed by subsection (1) 
includes payments in respect of premiums made by the 
Government of Canada under the Crop Insurance Act 
(Canada). 



2 . The heading immediately preceding paragraph 
5 of Form 2 of the said Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

damage after harvest 

The Crop Insurance Commission of Ontario: 

M. Huff 
Chairman 

Ronald Atkinson 
Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 1st day of December, 1982. 

(2071) 6 

CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

O. Reg. 50/83. 

Crop Insurance Plan — 

Hay and Pasture. 
Made — December 1st, 1982. 
Approved — January 13th, 1983. 
Filed— January 18th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 210 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

1. Section 11 of the Schedule to Regulation 210 
of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

11. — (1) Subject to subsections (2), (3) and (4), the 
total premium payable in the crop year shall be 6 per 
cent of the coverage selected for each acre of the 
insured crop. 

(2) Subject to subsection (4), the premium men- 
tioned in subsection (1) shall, following each consecu- 
tive no claim year, be reduced at the rate of 5 per cent 
to a maximum of 20 per cent. 

(3) Where the premium has been reduced under 
subsection (2), it shall be increased following each 
claim year at the rate of 5 per cent to a maximum of the 
amount prescribed by subsection (1), except that 
where the amount of the claim does not exceed one- 
half of the total premium for that year, the premium 
shall remain unchanged. 

(4) The minimum premium payable by an insured 
person in each crop year is $50. 

(5) The premium prescribed by subsections (1), (2) 
and (3) includes payment in respect of premiums made 
by the Government of Canada under the Crop Insur- 
ance Act (Canada). 



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O. Reg. 51/83 869 



The Crop Insurance Commission of Ontario: 

M. Huff 
Chairman 

Ronald Atkinson 
Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 1st day of December, 1982. 

(2072) 6 

ASSESSMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 51/83. 

Equalization of Assessments Made 

Under Section 63 of the Assessment 

Act. 
Made — January 18th, 1983. 
Filed— January 19th, 1983. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
ASSESSMENT ACT 

EQUALIZATION OF ASSESSMENTS MADE 

UNDER SECTION 63 OF THE ASSESSMENT 

ACT 

1. The equalization of assessments made under the 
Act in each prescribed class of real property necessary 
in order to provide, for each municipality specified in 
the Schedule to this Regulation, assessments of real 
property that, in accordance with section 63 of the Act, 
will be equitable one with the other in each prescribed 
class of real property shall include, as standards to be 
taken into account in such equalization and the com- 
putation of the factors resulting therefrom, the fol- 
lowing considerations: 

1 . The proportion that the municipal and school 
taxes levied for the year 1982 against the total 
assessment of real property in each pre- 
scribed class of real property is of the total 
municipal and school taxes levied for the year 
1982 in the municipality shall be maintained 
to the extent that, if that single mill rate that 
would have been required to produce in the 
year 1982 the amount of municipal and 
school taxes levied in that year against the 
total assessment of the prescribed class of real 
property were applied to the total assessment 
for that prescribed class of real property 
resulting from the application of the factors 
hereafter in this Regulation prescribed for 
that class of real property in that municipal- 
ity, the municipal and school taxes that 
would have been so levied for the year 1982 
from the total assessment for that prescribed 
class will be substantially the same total 
amount for that prescribed class of real prop- 
erty as was actually levied in the municipal- 
ity for the year 1982 against the total assess- 
ment for that prescribed class of real property 
in that municipality. 



2. All real property within a prescribed class of 
real property in the same municipality shall, 
as nearly as may be, be assessed at the same 
proportion of the market value of such real 
property in the year 1980, as that market 
value is determined by the Assessment 
Commissioner in whose Assessment Region 
such real property is located. 

3. The total assessment, including assessments 
made under section 32 or 33 of the Act, of the 
real property in a municipality to which this 
Regulation applies shall not be increased or 
decreased substantially. 

4. Equitabiliry of assessment of real property 
within each prescribed class of real property 
in the same municipality shall be established 
without significant alteration of the assess- 
ment relationships between prescribed clas- 
ses of real property in the same municipality, 
provided that this paragraph does not apply 
to affect changes in the assessment relation- 
ship between prescribed classes of real prop- 
erty that result from an increase in the total 
assessment of the prescribed class of real 
property by reason of assessments made 
under section 32 or 33 of the Act. O. Reg. 
51/83, s. 1. 

2. This Regulation applies to the municipalities 
named in the Schedule to this Regulation and to the 
assessment to be shown on the assessment roll to be 
returned in each such municipality for the year 1982 
for taxation in the year 1983. O. Reg. 51/83, s. 2. 

3. For the purposes of this Regulation, the real 
property situate in each municipality named in the 
Schedule to this Regulation shall be divided into the 
prescribed classes of real property that are designated 
in the said Schedule for that municipality, and all real 
property in the municipality shall be allocated to that 
prescribed class of real property that most nearly 
describes the physical nature and characteristics of the 
real property. O. Reg. 51/83, s. 3. 

4. For the purposes of this Regulation, the factor to 
be applied to the market value, as determined in 
accordance with paragraph 2 of section 1 , of real prop- 
erty in each prescribed class of real property in the 
municipality shall be that shown in the Schedule to 
this Regulation opposite the number of the prescribed 
class applicable to that municipality. O. Reg. 51/83, 
s. 4. 

5. For the purposes of this Regulation, the follow- 
ing classes of real property are prescribed: 

Class 1 

Property assessed either, 

(a) as residential and comprising not more than 
six residential units, including vacant land 
municipally zoned principally for residential 
development described in this clause; or 



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O. Reg. 52/83 



(b) as recreational land. 
Class 2 

Property assessed either, 

(a) as residential and comprising seven or more 
residential units, including vacant land 
municipally zoned principally for residential 
development described in this clause; or 

(b) as a unit or proposed unit within the meaning 
of the Condominium Act to which subsection 
65 (2) of the Assessment Act does not apply 
and that is part of a building or parcel of land 
containing seven or more residential units, 
whether or not such residential units are 
units or proposed units within the meaning of 
the Condominium Act. 

Class 3 

Property assessed as commercial, including vac- 
ant land municipally zoned principally for com- 
mercial development. 

Class 4 

Property assessed as industrial, including vacant 
land municipally zoned principally for industrial 
development. 

Class 5 

Property assessed as farm land. 
Class 6 

Property assessed as a pipeline. 

Class 7 

Property assessed as a railway right-of-way. 
O. Reg. 51/83, s. 5. 

Schedule 
DISTRICT OF THUNDER BAY 



Municipality 



Prescribed 

Class of 

Real Property 



Factor 

(0.) 



CITY 
Thunder Bay 



058 
108 
100 
105 
074 
139 
066 



George Ashe 
Minister of Revenue 

Dated at Toronto, this 18th day of January, 1983. 

(2073) 6 

PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 52/83. 

Order Made Under Section 30 of 

the Planning Act. 
Made — January 17th, 1983. 
Filed— January 20th, 1983. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
PLANNING ACT 

ORDER MADE UNDER SECTION 30 OF THE 
PLANNING ACT 

1. A contravention before the 19th day of March, 
1973 of section 29 of The Planning Act, being chapter 
349 of the Revised Statutes of Ontario, 1970, or a pre- 
decessor thereof, or of a by-law passed under a pre- 
decessor of the said section, or of an Order made under 
clause 27 (1) (b), as it existed on the 25th day of June, 
1970, of The Planning Act, being chapter 296 of the 
Revised Statutes of Ontario, 1960 or a predecessor 
thereof, does not have and shall be deemed never to 
have had the effect of preventing the conveyance or 
creation of any interest in the following parcel of land: 

That parcel of land situate in the Town of 
Rayside-Balfour in The Regional Municipality of 
Sudbury, being that part of Lot 1 in Concession III 
designated as Parts 22 and 22 "A" on a Plan 
deposited in the Land Registry Office for the Land 
Titles Division of Sudbury (No. 53) as Number 
53R-3792 and described as Parcel 22105 Sudbury 
West Section, recently part of Parcel 21913 Sudbury 
West Section. 

Subject to Easement No. 114461 in favour of the 
International Nickel Company of Canada Limited. 

Subject to the reservations contained in the original 
grant from the Crown as varied by Statute. 

Subject to Easement No. 298986 in favour of the 
Bell Telephone Company of Canada Limited. 
O. Reg. 52/83, s. 1. 

L. J. FlNCHAM 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

and Housing 



Dated at Toronto, this 17th day of January, 1983. 



O. Reg. 51/83, Sched. (2074) 
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O. Reg. 53/83 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 55/83 871 



PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 53/83. 

Restricted Areas — Territorial District of 

Sudbury. 
Made— January 18th, 1983. 
Filed— January 20th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 834/81 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT 

1. Schedule 1 to Ontario Regulation 834/81 is 
amended by adding thereto the following sec- 
tion: 

37. — (1) The land described in subsection (2) may 
be used for the erection or location and use thereon of a 
single dwelling or a mobile home, and buildings and 
structures accessory thereto, as if it were a lot to which 
clause 22 (1) (g ) of the Order applied. 

(2) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land 
situate in the geographic Township of Burwash in the 
Territorial District of Sudbury, being that part of Lot 
12 in Concession VI designated as Part I on a Plan 
deposited in the Land Registry Office for the Land 
Titles Division of Sudbury (No. 53) as Number 
53R-3907. 

L. J. FlNCHAM 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

and Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 18th day of January, 1983. 

(2075) 6 

ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSEMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 54/83. 

Exemption — Ontario Northland 

Transportation Commission — MNA-7. 
Made — January 13th, 1983. 
Approved — January 13th, 1983. 
Filed — January 20th, 1983. 



ORDER MADE UNDER THE 
ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

EXEMPTION— ONTARIO NORTHLAND 
TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION— MNA-7 

Having received a request from the Ontario North- 
land Transportation Commission (ONTC) a public 
body reporting to the Minister of Northern Affairs, 
that an undertaking, namely: 



The activity of improving telephone service to 
rural subscribers in the Tomiko area and the 
Diver to McLaren's Bay area 

be exempt from the application of the Act pursuant to 
section 29; and 

Having been advised that if the undertaking is sub- 
ject to the application of the Act, the following injury, 
damage or interference with the persons and property 
indicated will occur: 

A. The resultant undue delay will interfere with 
the upgrading of service. 

Having weighed such injury, damage or interfer- 
ence against the betterment of the people of the whole 
or any part of Ontario by the protection, conservation 
and wise management in Ontario of the environment 
which would result from the undertaking being subject 
to the application of the Act; 

The undersigned is of the opinion that it is in the 
public interest to order and orders that the undertak- 
ing is exempt from the application of the Act for the 
following reason: 

A. This project is of a minor nature and is 
unlikely to have any significant adverse 
effects on the environment. 

This exemption is subject to the following condition: 

1. The ONTC shall ensure that any adverse 
effects on the environment resulting from 
construction activities will be mitigated in a 
manner consistent with good construction 
practice. O. Reg. 54/83. 

K. C. Norton 
Minister of the Environment 

Dated this 13th day of January, 1983. 

(2076) 6 

EDUCATION ACT 

O. Reg. 55/83. 

General Legislative Grants, 1980. 
Made— December 10th, 1982. 
Approved — January 20th, 1983. 
Filed— January 21st, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 228/80 

MADE UNDER THE 

EDUCATION ACT 

L— (1) Schedule A to Ontario Regulation 228/80, 
as remade by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 343/81, is 
amended by striking out the grant weighting factor 
"1.0580" in Column 2 set opposite "Elementary 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 56/83 



Schools" in Column 1 under the subheading "Huron 
County Board of Education" and inserting in lieu 
thereof "1.0584". 

(2) The said Schedule A is further amended by 
striking out the grant weighting factor "1.0361" in 
Column 2 set opposite "Secondary Schools" in Column 
1 under the subheading "Simcoe County Board of 
Education" and inserting in lieu thereof "1.0367". 

(3) The said Schedule A is further amended by 
striking out the grant weighting factor "1.0536" in 
Column 2 set opposite "Elgin County RCSS Board" in 
Column 1 and inserting in lieu thereof "1.0568". 

(4) The said Schedule A is further amended by 
striking out the grant weighting factor "1.0511" in 
Column 2 set opposite "Lambton County RCSS 
Board" in Column 1 and inserting in lieu thereof 
"1.0521". 

Bette Stephenson 
Minister of Education 

Dated at Toronto, this 10th day of December, 1982. 



(2077) 



EDUCATION ACT 

O. Reg. 56/83. 

General Legislative Grants, 1981. 
Made — December 22nd, 1982. 
Approved — January 20th, 1983. 
Filed — January 21st, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 127/81 

MADE UNDER THE 

EDUCATION ACT 

1. — (1) Sub-sub-sub-subparagraph A of sub-sub- 
subparagraph I of sub-subparagraph a of sub- 
paragraph ii of paragraph 9 of section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 127/81 is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 



A. the day school aver- 
age daily enrolment 
for grant purposes for 

1980 as defined in 
paragraph 9 of sec- 
tion 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 228/80 or 
as adjusted by the 
Minister where the 
jurisdiction of the 
board is different for 

1981 than for 1980, 
and 

(2) Sub-subparagraphs a and b of subparagraph iv 
of paragraph 21 of the said section 1 are 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

a. the total for 1981 of the 
salaries, wages and related 
employee benefits that are not 
payable to teachers and other 
employees of the board 
because of the strike or lockout 
other than such salaries, wages 
and employee benefits for 
instruction of evening classes, 
summer schools, heritage lan- 
guage classes and driver edu- 
cation classes, 



b. the expenditures incurred by 
the board that, in the opinion 
of the Minister, are attributa- 
ble to the strike or lockout of 
the employees for which the 
salary and wage savings are 
included in sub-subparagraph 
a, except a provision for a 
reserve for tax reduction, and 

2. Schedule A to the said Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



873 



SCHEDULE A 
DIVISIONAL BOARDS OF EDUCATION 



NAME OF BOARD 



COLUMN 1 



Atikokan Board of Eduction 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Brant County Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Bruce County Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Carleton Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Central Algoma Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Chapleau Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Cochrane Iroquois Falls Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Dryden Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Dufferin County Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Durham Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

East Parry Sound Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 



GRANT 
WEIGHTING 
FACTOR 
COLUMN 2 


QUALIFICATIONS 

AND EXPERIENCE 

ADJUSTMENT 

FACTOR 

COLUMN 3 


1.2418 
1.2871 


.0305 
.0240 


1.0534 
1.0320 


.0048 
.0000 


1.0630 
1.0336 


.0000 
.0000 


1. 0752 
1.0201 


.0183 
.0000 


1.2056 
1.2026 


.0183 
.0000 


1.1689 
1.3472 


.0027 
.0000 


1.2343 
1.2431 


.0149 
.0000 


1.2272 
1.2006 


.0038 
.0000 


1.0600 
1.0407 


.0000 
.0000 


1. 0566 
1.0185 


.0000 
.0000 


1.1876 
1. 1317 


.0057 
.0000 



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874 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

DIVISIONAL BOARD OF EDUCATION-Continued 



O. Reg. 56/83 



NAME OF BOARD 



COLUMN 1 



Elgin County Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Espanola Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Essex County Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Fort Frances-Rainy River Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Frontenac County Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Geraldton Board of Edcucation 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Grey County Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Haldimand Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Hal i burton County Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Halton Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Board of Education for the City of Hamilton 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 



GRANT 
WEIGHTING 
FACTOR 
COLUMN 2 


QUALIFICATIONS 

AND EXPERIENCE 

ADJUSTMENT 

FACTOR 
COLUMN 3 


1.0418 
1.0185 


.0000 
.0000 


1.2055 
1.1645 


.0000 
.0021 


1.0584 
1.0401 


.0127 
.0000 


1.1964 
1. 1857 


.0059 
.0078 


1.0935 
1.0487 


.0042 
.0000 


1.2967 
1.2743 


.0054 
.0000 


1.0665 
1.0367 


.0061 
.0082 


1.0510 
1.0258 


.0000 
.0000 


1.2077 
1.1207 


.0125 
.0000 


1.0709 
1.0334 


.0099 
.0000 


1.1187 
1.0776 


.0145 
.0127 



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O. Reg. 56/83 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

DIVISIONAL BOARD OF EDUCATION-Continued 
NAME OF BOARD 



COLUMN 1 

Hastings County Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Hearst Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Hornepayne Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Huron County Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Kapuskasing Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Kenora Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Kent County Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Kirkland Lake Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Lakehead Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Lake Superior Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Lambton County Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Lanark County Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Leeds and Grenville County Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 



875 



GRANT 
WEIGHTING 
FACTOR 
COLUMN 2 


QUALIFICATIONS 

AND EXPERIENCE 

ADJUSTMENT 

FACTOR 
COLUMN 3 


1.0696 
1.0395 


.0062 
.0067 


1.2101 
1.2570 


.0000 
.0000 


1.1887 
1.4555 


.0000 
.0000 


1.0624 
1.0258 


.0000 
.0087 


1.2005 
1.2052 


.0000 
.0000 


1.2501 
1.1792 


.0164 
.0121 


1. 0626 
1.0211 


.0000 
.0025 


1.2602 
1.1978 


.0261 
.0100 


1.1783 
1.1144 


.0206 
.0084 


1.2212 
1. 3207 


.0049 
.0000 


1.0608 
1.0372 


.0000 
.0080 


1.0800 
1.0484 


.0000 
.0000 


1.0650 
1.0344 


.0000 
.0018 



83 



876 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

DIVISIONAL BOARD OF EDUCATION-Continued 
NAME OF BOARD 



COLUMN 1 



Lennox and Addington County Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Lincoln County Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Board of Eduation for the City of London 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Manitoulin Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Metropolitan Toronto School Board 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Michipicoten Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Middlesex County Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Muskoka Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Niagara South Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Nipigon-Red Rock Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Nipissing Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Norfolk Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 



ETTE 


O. Reg. 56/83 


>d 

GRANT 
WEIGHTING 
FACTOR 
COLUMN 2 


QUALIFICATIONS 

AND EXPERIENCE 

ADJUSTMENT 

FACTOR 
COLUMN 3 


1.0666 
1.0615 


.0000 
.0060 


1.0966 
1.0349 


.0285 
.0140 


1.1075 
1.0764 


.0257 
.0148 


1.2535 
1.1786 


.0000 
.0009 


1. 1578 
1.0766 


.0320 
.0084 


1.2097 
1.3136 


.0035 
.0000 


1.0580 
1.0289 


.0102 
.0028 


1.1619 
1.1030 


.0153 
.0021 


1. 1018 
1.0607 


.0207 
.0132 


1. 2548 
1.2613 


.0000 
.0000 


1.1643 
1.1245 


.0213 
.0120 


1.0543 
1.0325 


.0000 
.0000 



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DIVISIONAL BOARD OF EDUCATION-Continued 
NAME OF BOARD 



COLUMN 1 

North Shore Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Northumberland and Newcastle Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Ottawa Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Oxford County Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Peel Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Perth County Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Peterborough County Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Prescott and Russell County Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Prince Edward County Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Red Lake Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Renfrew County Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Sault Ste. Marie Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 



877 



GRANT 


AND EXPERIENCE 


WEIGHTING 


ADJUSTMENT 


FACTOR 


FACTOR 


COLUMN 2 


COLUMN 3 


1.1972 


.0000 


1.2205 


.0000 


1.0679 


.0080 


1.0261 


.0000 


1.1380 


.0260 


1.0687 


.0161 


1.0478 


.0018 


1.0237 


.0000 


1.0778 


.0142 


1.0236 


.0000 


1. 0294 


.0000 


1.0i34 


.0000 


1.0670 


.0150 


1.0525 


.0107 


1.0886 


.0000 


1.0466 


.0000 


1.0497 


.0000 


1.0745 


.0000 


1.2282 


.0000 


1.2734 


.0000 


1.1187 


.0187 


1.0376 


.0000 


1. 1872 


.0399 


1.1250 


.0103 



85 



878 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

DIVISIONAL BOARD OF EDUCATION-Contim 

NAME OF BOARD 

COLUMN 1 



Simcoe County Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry County 
Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Sudbury Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Timiskaming Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Timmins Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Victoria County Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Waterloo County Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Wellington County Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Wentworth County Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

West Parry Sound Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Board of Education for the City of Windsor 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 



ETTE 

1 


O. Reg. 56/83 


GRANT 
WEIGHTING 
FACTOR 
COLUMN 2 


QUALIFICATIONS 

AND EXPERIENCE 

ADJUSTMENT 

FACTOR 
COLUMN 3 


1.0677 
1.0398 


.0122 
.0030 


1.0951 
1.0506 


.0059 
.0034 


1.1722 
1.1097 


.0203 
.0000 


1.2308 
1.1782 


.0000 
.0000 


1.1664 
1.1140 


.0000 
.0000 


1. 0740 
1.0256 


.0000 
.0000 


1.1007 
1.0486 


.0168 
.0087 


1.0533 
1.0265 


.0003 
.0037 


1.0646 
1.0139 


.0122 
.0000 


1.1958 
1.1321 


.0079 
.0049 


1. 1334 
1.0652 


.0406 
.0120 



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DIVISIONAL BOARD OF EDUCATION-Continued 



879 



NAME OF BOARD 



COLUMN 1 



QUALIFICATIONS 
GRANT AND EXPERIENCE 
WEIGHTING ADJUSTMENT 
FACTOR FACTOR 

COLUMN 2 COLUMN 3 



York County Board of Education 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 



1.0639 
1.0217 



0033 

0000 



87 



880 



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ROMAN CATHOLIC 
SEPARATE SCHOOL BOARDS 



NAME OF BOARD 

COLUMN 1 
Atikokan RCSS Board 
Brant County RCSS Board 
Bruce-Grey County RCSS Board 
Carleton RCSS Board 
Chapleau District RCSS Board 
Cochrane-Iroquois Falls District RCSS Board 
Dryden District RCSS Board 
Dufferin-Peel RCSS Board 
Durham Region RCSS Board 
Elgin County RCSS Board 
Essex County RCSS Board 

Fort Frances-Rainy River District RCSS Board 
Frontenac- Lennox and Addington County RCSS Board 1.1047 
Geraldton District RCSS Board 
Haldimand-Norfolk RCSS Board 
Hal ton RCSS Board 
Hamilton-Wentworth RCSS Board 
Hastings-Prince Edward County RCSS Board 
Hearst District RCSS Board 
Huron-Perth County RCSS Board 
Kapuskasing District RCSS Board 
Kenora District RCSS Board 



GRANT 
fEIGHTING 
FACTOR 
COLUMN 2 


QUALIFICATIONS 

AND EXPERIENCE 

ADJUSTMENT 

FACTOR 
COLUMN 3 


1.1965 


.0000 


1.0637 


.0000 


1.0742 


.0000 


1.0642 


.0000 


1.1972 


.0000 


1.2357 


.0000 


1.2175 


.0000 


1.0367 


.0000 


1.0630 


.0000 


1.0584 


.0000 


1.0675 


.0075 


1.2322 


.0168 


1. 1047 


.0077 


1.2731 


.0000 


1.0609 


.0000 


1.0219 


.0000 


1.1007 


.0069 


1.0975 


.0000 


1.2093 


.0000 


1.1122 


.0000 


1.2164 


.0083 


1.2354 


.0036 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



881 



ROMAN CATHOLIC 
SEPARATE SCHOOLS BOARDS-Continued 



NAME OF BOARD 

COLUMN 1 

Kent County RCSS Board 

Kirkland Lake District RCSS Board 

Lakehead District RCSS Board 

Lambton County RCSS Board 

Lanark-Leeds and Grenville County RCSS Board 

Lincoln County RCSS Board 

London and Middlesex County RCSS Board 

Metropolitan Separate School Board 

Michipicoten District RCSS Board 

Ni pissing District RCSS Board 

North of Superior District Combined RCSS Board 1.2662 

North Shore District RCSS Board 

Ottawa RCSS Board 

Oxford County Board 

Peterborough-Victoria-Northumberland 
and Newcastle RCSS Board 

Prescott and Russell County RCSSD Board 

Renfrew County RCSS Board 

Sault Ste. Marie District RCSS Board 

Simcoe County RCSS Board 

Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry County RCSS Board 1.0930 

Sudbury District RCSS Board 

Timiskaming District RCSS Board 



GRANT 
WEIGHTING 
FACTOR 
COLUMN 2 


QUALIFICATIONS 

AND EXPERIENCE 

ADJUSTMENT 

FACTOR 
COLUMN 3 


1.0638 


.0000 


1.2323 


.0000 


1.1580 


.0122 


1.0638 


.0000 


1. 0732 


.0000 


1.0914 


.0104 


1.0885 


.0146 


1.1130 


.0009 


1.1711 


.0000 


1.1514 


.0000 


1.2662 


.0000 


1.1942 


.0000 


1. 1078 


.0163 


1. 1054 


.0000 


1.0717 


. 0000 


1. 0986 


.0000 


1. 1139 


.0056 


1. 1263 


.0166 


1.0526 


.0000 


1.0930 


.0000 


1.1429 


.0000 


1.2104 


.0000 



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O. Reg. 57/83 



ROMAN CATHOLIC 
SEPARATE SCHOOL BOARDS-Continued 



NAME OF BOARD 

COLUMN 1 
Timmins District RCSS Board 
Waterloo County RCSS Board 
Well and County RCSS Board 
Wellington County RCSS Board 
Windsor RCSS Board 
York Region RCSS Board 



GRANT 
WEIGHTING 
FACTOR 
COLUMN 2 

1.1511 



QUALIFICATIONS 

AND EXPERIENCE 

ADJUSTMENT 

FACTOR 
COLUMN 3 

.0000 



1.0795 




.0053 


1.1068 




.0242 


1.0730 




.0000 


1.0959 




.0176 


1.0577 




.0000 




0. 


Reg. 56/83, s. 2. 




Bette Stephenson 
Minister of Education 



Dated at Toronto, this 22nd day of December, 1982. 
(2078) 



INFLATION RESTRAINT ACT, 1982 

O. Reg. 57/83. 

First Collective Agreements of 

Newly Certified Bargaining Units. 
Made — January 20th, 1983. 
Filed — January 21st, 1983. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
INFLATION RESTRAINT ACT, 1982 

FIRST COLLECTIVE AGREEMENTS OF 
NEWLY CERTIFIED BARGAINING UNITS 



1. In this Regulation, "first collective agreement" 
means a collective agreement that is not an interim 
agreement for an increase in compensation rates 
entered into by a bargaining unit referred to in sub- 
section 2 (1) in contemplation of a further agreement. 
O. Reg. 57/83, s. 1. 

2. — (1) Where, on or before the 21st day of Sep- 
tember, 1982, a trade union has been certified as bar- 
gaining agent of the employees in a bargaining unit to 
whose compensation plan this Part applies, and such 
employees have not entered into their first collective 
agreement with their employer prior to the 22 nd day of 
September, 1982, Part II of the Act terminates with 
respect to the compensation plan of such employees 
when, 



(a) they have entered into a first collective 
agreement that fully complies with the provi- 
sions of this section; and 

(b) the first collective agreement so entered into 
has been filed with the Board at least thirty 
days before the agreement is to take effect. I 

(2) A first collective agreement complies with this I 
section if it provides for the minimum increases under I 
subsections 12 (2) and (3) of the Act, and if, 

(a) subject to subsections 12 (2) and (3) of the 
Act, the compensation plan included in the 
collective agreement provides, for any period 
of twelve-months beginning not earlier than 
the 1st day of October, 1982, and not later 
than the 1st day of October, 1983, for an 
increase in compensation rates of neither 
more nor less than 5 per cent over the com- 
pensation rate applicable on the day 
immediately preceding the twelve-month 
period; and 

(b) subject to clause (a), the provisions of the 
first collective agreement for the whole 
period of the agreement ending with the 
expiry of the twelve-month period referred to 
in clause (a) are substantially comparable 
with the provisions of collective agreements 
of employees in similar occupations in the 
same or related labour markets for that 
period. O. Reg. 57/83, s. 2. 






(2079) 



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PLANNING ACT 



883 



O. Reg. 58/83. 

Plumbing Code. 

Made — January 10th, 1983. 

Approved — January 20th, 1983. 

Filed— January 21st, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 736 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

ONTARIO WATER RESOURCES ACT 

1. Regulation 736 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 is amended by adding thereto the 
following Part: 

PART V 

PROPRIETARY PLUMBING SYSTEM 

176. — (1) In this section, "proprietary plumbing 
system" means a plumbing system or part thereof the 
design and all components of which are the exclusive 
property or under the exclusive control of the same 
person. 

(2) Parts I to IV do not apply to a proprietary 
plumbing system designed on the vacuum or single 
pipe principle where, 

(a) the system is designed by a professional 
engineer or architect; 

(b) all component parts of the system including 
pipes, fittings, fixtures, pumps, valves and 
appurtenances are specified as to size, type 
and quality on the drawings and specifica- 
tions accompanying the application for a 
permit; and 

(c) the actual layout and installation of the sys- 
tem including the hanging and jointing of 
pipes and fittings and the mounting of fix- 
tures and appurtenances are subject to 
supervision and review during installation 
by a professional engineer or architect and 
conform to the drawings and specifications 
submitted with the application for a permit. 
O. Reg. 58/83, s. 1. 



Robert Elgie 

Minister of Consumer and 

Commercial Relations 



Dated at Toronto, this 10th day of January, 1983. 



O. Reg. 59/83. 

Order Made Under Section 30 of 

the Planning Act. 
Made — January 21st, 1983. 
Filed— January 21st, 1983. 



(2080) 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
PLANNING ACT 

ORDER MADE UNDER SECTION 30 OF THE 
PLANNING ACT 

1. A contravention before the 19th day of March, 
1973 of section 29 of The Planning Act, being chapter 
349 of the Revised Statutes of Ontario, 1970, or a pre- 
decessor thereof, or of a by-law passed under a pre- 
decessor of the said section, or of an Order made under 
clause 27 (1) (6), as it existed on the 25th day of June, 
1970, of The Planning Act, being chapter 296 of the 
Revised Statutes of Ontario, 1960, or a predecessor 
thereof, does not have and shall be deemed never to 
have had the effect of preventing the conveyance or 
creation of any interest in the following parcels of land: 

Those parcels of land situate in the Town of 
Lindsay, formerly in the Township of Ops, in the 
County of Victoria, being composed of the follow- 
ing: 

1. That part of the east half of Lot 20 in Conces- 
sion IV more particularly described as follows: 

Premising that all bearings herein are 
astronomic, being shown on a Plan attached to 
an Instrument registered in the Land Registry 
Office for the Registry Division of Victoria (No. 
57) as Number 97956 or derived therefrom; 

Commencing at a point in the easterly limit of 
the said Lot 20 distant 85.83 feet measured 
north 18° 01' west the re along from a bend 
therein distant 125.17 feet measured north 
17° 59' 30" west along the said easterly limit 
from an iron bar distant 721.50 feet measured 
north 17° 59' 30" west along the easterly limit 
of the said Lot 20 from the southeast corner 
thereof, which said point of commencement is 
the northeast corner of the lands described in an 
Instrument registered in the said Land Registry- 
Office as Number A14812; 

Thence north 18° 01' west along the easterly 
limit of the said Lot 20 a distance of 2 1 1 .52 feet 
to an iron bar, which said iron bar is distant 
52.84 feet measured south 18° 01' east along the 
easterly limit of the said Lot 20 from the south- 
east corner of Lot 5 according to a Plan regis- 
tered in the said Land Registry Office as 
Number 116; 



Thence south 72' 
bar; 



13' west 220 feet to an iron 



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Thence south 18° 01' east 211.52 feet to a line 
drawn south 72° 13' west from the point of 
commencement; 

Thence north 72° 13' east along the northerly 
limit of the lands described in the said Instru- 
ment Number A14812 a distance of 220 feet to 
the point of commencement. 

2. That part of Lot 20 in Concession IV more par- 
ticularly described as follows: 

Premising that the northerly limit of the lands 
described in an Instrument registered in the 
Land Registry Office for the Registry Division 
of Victoria (No. 57) as Number 13415 has an 
astronomic bearing of north 71° 57' east and 
relating all bearings herein thereto; 

Commencing at an iron bar marking a point in 
the easterly limit of the east half of the said Lot 
20 distant 721.50 feet measured north 
17° 59' 30" west therealong from the southeast 
corner thereof, which said point of commence- 
ment is the northeast corner of the lands 
described in the said Instrument Number 
13415; 

Thence north 17° 59' 30" west along the east- 
erly limit of the said Lot a distance of 125.17 
feet to a bend therein; 



Thence north 18° 01' west continuing along the 
said easterly limit 85.83 feet to a point; 

Thence south 72° 13' west 220 feet to an iron 
bar; 

Thence south 18° 01' east a distance of 211 feet 
to an iron bar marking a point in the northerly 
limit of the lands described in the said Instru- 
ment Number 13415; 

Thence north 71° 57' east along the last-men- 
tioned northerly limit 2 19.94 feet to the point of 
commencement. 

The above description being illustrated by 
sketch attached to an Instrument registered in 
the said Land Registry Office as Number 
A14812. O. Reg. 59/83, s. 1. 



L. J. Fincham 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

and Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 21st day of January, 1983. 

(2081) 6 






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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 61/83 943 



Publications Under The Regulations Act 



February 12th, 1983 



PROVINCIAL COURTS ACT 

O. Reg. 60/83. 

Destruction of Records Made by 

Court Reporters. 
Made— January 20th, 1983. 
Filed— January 25th, 1983. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER TKE 
PROVINCIAL COURTS ACT 

DESTRUCTION OF RECORDS MADE BY 
COURT REPORTERS 

1. In this Regulation, 

(a) "record" means a tape recording or other 
record made by a court reporter at a pro- 
ceeding in a provincial court; 

(b) "secondary record" means a duplicate origi- 
nal record. O. Reg. 60/83, s. 1. 



2. — (1) A record and a secondary record, if any, at a 
prosecution for a contravention, 

(a) of the Highway Traffic Act, other than, 

(i) section 1 1 1 of the Act (which relates to 
careless driving), or 

(ii) in relation to an accident involving 
personal injury or property damage; 
or 

(b) of a municipal by-law, 



may be disposed of one year after the date of judg- 
ment. 

(2) A record and a secondary record, if any, at a 
prosecution, 

(a) for a contravention of section 111 of the 
Highway Traffic Act (which relates to care- 
less driving); or 

(b) for a contravention of the Highway Traffic 
Act in relation to an accident involving per- 
sonal injury or property damage, 

may be disposed of two years after the date of judg- 
ment. 

(3) A record of a proceeding in which an accused 
person has been found to be a dangerous offender and 
has been sentenced to detention for an indeterminate 
period may be disposed of thirty years after the date of 
the judgment. 

(4) A record in a proceeding in which a person who 
is subject to a warrant of detention of the Lieutenant 
Governor was found not guilty by reason of insanity or 
was found unfit to stand trial, may be disposed of 
thirty years after the date of the finding or judgment. 

(5) In any other case, a record may be disposed of 
six years after the date of judgment in the proceeding 
or, if a secondary record is made, the record may be 
disposed of two years after the date of judgment in the 
proceeding and the secondary record may be disposed 
of six years after the date of judgment in the proceed- 
ing. O. Reg. 60/83, s. 2. 

(2110) 7 



ONTARIO MUNICIPAL BOARD ACT 

O. Reg. 61/83. 

Tariff of Fees. 

Made — December 13th, 1982. 

Approved — January 20th, 1983. 

Filed— January 25th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 723 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

ONTARIO MUNICIPAL BOARD ACT 

1. Item 1 of Schedule 8 to Regulation 723 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as remade by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 623/81, is revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

93 



944 O. Reg. 61/83 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 63/83 

1. section 47 Assessment 'Appeals, 

Residential and Farm Assessments 

Main roll number $50 

Each additional related roll number 5 

Other Assessments 

Main role number 100 

Each additional related roll number 10 

2. This Regulation comes into force on the 20th day of January, 1983. 

The Ontario Municipal Board: 

Henry E. Stewart 
Chairman 

Dated at Toronto, this 13th day of December, 1982. 

(2111) 7 



ONTARIO GUARANTEED ANNUAL 
INCOME ACT 

O. Reg. 62/83. 
Guaranteed Income Limit. 
Made— January 20th, 1983. 
Filed— January 25th, 1983. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 

ONTARIO GUARANTEED 

ANNUAL INCOME ACT 

GUARANTEED INCOME LIMIT 

1. Commencing with the month of January, 1983, 
the guaranteed income limit for purposes of, 

(a) subclause 1 (j) (i) of the Act is $6,625.20; 

(b) subclause 1 (/') (») of the Act is $6,295.20; 

(c) subclause 1 (j) (i») of the Act is $5,932.44; 

(d) subclause 1 (j) (iv) of the Act is 
$12,590.40. O. Reg. 62/83, s. 1. 

2. Ontario Regulation 687/82 is revoked. O. Reg. 
62/83, s. 2. 

3. This Regulation comes into force on the 1st day 
of January, 1983. O. Reg. 62/83, s. 3. 



(2112) 



INCOME TAX ACT 

O. Reg. 63/83. 
Ontario Tax Credit System. 
Made — January 20th, 1983. 
Filed— January 25th, 1983. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
INCOME TAX ACT 

ONTARIO TAX CREDIT SYSTEM 

1. For the purposes of clause 7 (1) (a) of the Act, 
premises included in the following kinds of institutions 
are not housing units: 

1. An institution designated by Regulation 
under section 2 of the Mental Hospitals Act. 

2. A "home for retarded persons" as defined in 
clause 1 (d) of the Homes for Retarded Per- 
sons Act. 

3. A "sanatorium" as defined in clause 1 (f) of 
the Sanatoria for Consumptives Act. 

4. A hospital for chronic patients listed under 
Group F hospitals or Group G hospitals in 
the Schedule to Regulation 863 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980 made under the 
Public Hospitals Act. 

5. A "satellite home" as defined in clause 1 (») of 
Regulation 502 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 made under the Homes for the 
Aged and Rest Homes Act. O. Reg. 63/83, 
s. 1. 



2. Where taxes for municipal and school purposes 
are paid in a year in respect of premises that are 
otherwise excluded from the definition of "housing 
unit" in clause 7 (1) (a) of the Act, such premises shall 
be regarded as a housing unit for the purposes of the 
Act by any individual who occupies and inhabits such 
premises and receives no financial assistance from any 
government body or agency to reduce the cost of his 
occupation in such premises. O. Reg. 63/83, s. 2. 



3. 

Act, 



For the purpose of subclause 7 (1) (c) (iv) of the 



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945 



(a) amounts paid for commutation of statute 
labour pursuant to the Statute Labour Act or 
pursuant to a by-law passed under the 
authority of that Act; 

(b) amounts paid for fees charged by a school 
board and licence fees levied by a municipal- 
ity in respect of mobile homes; and 

(c) taxes imposed under the Local Services 
Boards Act and levied under the Provincial 
Land Tax Act, 

are prescribed. O. Reg. 63/83, s. 3. 

4. For the purposes of clause 7 (1) (e) of the Act, the 
prescribed manner shall be by completing and filing 
Form 1 , or in the case of those who prefer the French 



language, Form 2, together with the return required 
under the Act with respect to the taxation year for 
which the deduction is claimed under subsections 7 (2) 
and (6) of the Act. O. Reg. 63/83, s. 4. 

5. For the purpose of subsection 7 (4) of the Act, the 
students' residences set out in the Schedule hereto are 
prescribed. O. Reg. 63/83, s. 5. 

6. Ontario Regulation 52/82 does not apply to any 
taxation year subsequent to the 31st day of December, 
1981. 6. Reg. 63/83, s. 6. 

7. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come 
into force on the 1st day of January-, 1982 and applies 
in respect of any taxation year of an individual ending 
on or after that date. O. Reg. 63/83, s. 7. 



Schedule 

STUDENTS' RESIDENCE 

Part I 

Residences of College and Sursing Students 



Item 


Name 


Location 


1 


St. Andrew's College Students' Residence 
Yonge Street North 


Aurora 


2 


Albert College Students' Residence 
Dundas Street West 


Belleville 


3 


Albert College Students' Residence 
28 Highland Avenue 


Belleville 


4 


Belleville General Hospital Students' Residence, 
Loyalist College of Applied Arts and Technology 
245 Dundas Street East 


Belleville 


5 


Appleton Boys School Students' Residence 


Bolton 


6 


Brockville General Hospital Comstock Students' Residence, 
80 Emma Street 


Brockville 


7 


Grenville Christian College Students' Residence 


Brockville 


8 


Brockville Bible College, 

Standard Church Students' Residence (2nd Floor) 

245 Perth Street 


Brockville 


9 


St. John's School of Ontario Students' Residence 


Claremont 


10 


Mille Roches Students' Residence 

St. Lawrence College of Applied Arts and Technology 

801 Fourth Street East 


Cornwall 



95 



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Item 


Name 


Location 


11 


Bnei Akiva Schools Students' Residence 
159 Almore Avenue 


Downsview 


12 


Niagara Christian College Students' Residence 


Fort Erie 


13 


Saint Barnabas Farms School Students' Residence 
Box 583, Niagara Parkway 


Fort Erie 


14 


Theological College of the Canadian Reformed Churches 
374 Queen Street South 


Hamilton 


15 


Ontario College of Agriculture Students' Residence 
Building No. 67, Bruce Hall and Huron Hall 


Huron Park 


16 


Kemptville College of Agricultural Technology 
Students' Residence 


Kemptville 


17 


Kingston General Hospital Students' Residence 
(Waldron Tower), St. Lawrence College of Applied Arts 
and Technology, 17 King Street West 


Kingston 


18 


Emmanuel Bible College Students' Residence 
100 Fergus Avenue 


Kitchener 


19 


Lakefield College School Students' Residence 


Lakefield 


20 


Regina Mundi College Students' Residence 
Wellington Road South 


Lambeth 


21 


Great Lakes Christian Colleges Students' Residence 


Lincoln 


22 


Victoria Campus School of Nursing Gartshore Residence 
Fanshawe College of Applied Arts and Technology 
370 South Street 


London 


23 


Mount St. Joseph Academy Students' Residence 
1490 Richmond Street North 


London 


24 


St. Peter's Seminary 
1040 Waterloo Street 


London 


25 


Sheridan College School of Nursing Students' Residence 
Credit Valley Campus 
2186 Hurontario Street 


Mississauga 


26 


Pickering College Students' Residence 
389 Second Street 


Newmarket 


27 


Eden Christian College Students' Residence 


Niagara 
On-The-Lake 


28 


Scollard Hall Students' Residence 
1000 High Street 


North Bay 


29 


Canadore College of Applied Arts and Technology 
Students' Residence, Gormanville Road 


North Bay 


30 


St. Joseph's College Girls Dormitory 
2025 Main Street West 


North Bay 



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947 



Item 


Name 


Location 


31 


Appleby College Students' Residence 
540 Lakeshore Road West 


Oakville 


32 


Seventh Day Adventist Church 
Kingway College Students' Residence 
1156 King Street East 


Oshawa 


33 


Ashbury College Students' Residence 
362 Mariposa Avenue 


Ottawa 


34 


Ottawa Civic Hospital Students' Residence 
Algonquin College School of Nursing 
737 Parkdale Avenue 


Ottawa 


35 


Eastern Pentacostal Bible College Students' Residence 
Swanson Hall, 49 Argyle Street 


Peterborough 


36 


Eastern Pentacostal Bible College Students' Residence 
No. 1 and 2, 780 Argyle Street 


Peterborough 


37 


Wahbon Bay Academy Students' Residence 


Pickle Lake 


38 


Trinity College School Students' Residence 


Port Hope 


39 


Ridgetown College of Agricultural Technology 
Students' Residence, Main Street East 


Ridgetown 


40 


Rosseau Lake School Students' Residence 


Rosseau 


41 


Ridley College Students' Residence 


St. Catharines 


42 


St. Thomas — Elgin General School of Nursing Students' 
Residence, Fanshawe College of Applied Arts and 
Technology, 189 Elm Street 


St. Thomas 


43 


Alma College Students' Residence 
96 Moore Street 


St. Thomas 


44 


Lambton College School of Nursing Students' Residence 
Lambton College of Applied Arts and Technology 
1431 London Road South 


Sarnia 


45 


Sault College of Applied Arts and Technology 
Students' Residence, 443 Northern Avenue East 


Sault Ste. 
Marie 


46 


Stratford General Hospital Students' Residence 
Conestoga College of Applied Arts and Technology 
130 Youngs Street 


Stratford 


47 


Cambrian College of Applied Arts and Technology 
Students' Residence, Health and Science Division 
(Northern Ontario Health Science Schools) 
885 Regent Street South 


Sudbury 


48 


Confederation College of Applied Arts and Technology 
Sibley Hall Students' Residence, William Street 


Thunder Bay 


49 


Centre for Christian Studies, Covenant College 
Students' Residence, 77 Charles Street West 


Toronto 



97 



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Item 


Name 


Location 


SO 


Ryerson Polytechnical Institute Students' Residence 
137 Bond Street 


Toronto 


51 


The Hospital for Sick Children Nursing School Students' 
Residence, 170 and 180 Elizabeth Street 


Toronto 


52 


Nightingale School of Nursing Students' Residence 
George Brown College, 2 Murray Street 


Toronto 


53 


Ewart College Students' Residence 
The Presbyterian Church in Canada 
156 St. George Street 


Toronto 


54 


Toronto General Hospital Students' Residence 
90 Gerrard Street West 


Toronto 


55 


The Wellesley Hospital Students' Residence 

(L.C.K. Jones Building), Ryerson Polytechnical Institute 

160 Wellesley Street East 


Toronto 


56 


Women's College Hospital School of Nursing Students' 
Residence, Ryerson Polytechnical Institute 
60 Grosvenor Street 


Toronto 


57 


St. Vladimir Institute Students' Residence 
620 Spadina Avenue 


Toronto 


58 


Havergal College Students' Residence 
1451 Avenue Road 


Toronto 


59 


Branksome Hall Students' Residence 
1, 3, 6 and 14 Elm Avenue 


Toronto 


60 


The Bishop Strachan School Students' Residence 
298 Lonsdale Road 


Toronto 


61 


The National Ballet School Students' Residence 
111 Maitland Street 


Toronto 


62 


Upper Canada College Students' Residence 
200 Lonsdale Road 


Toronto 


63 


Regis College Students' Residences 
102 Charles Street West 

104 Charles Street West 
21 Sultan Street 

23 Sultan Street 
567 Huron Street 
569 Huron Street 
19 Boswell Avenue 
94 Kendall Avenue 
316 St. George Street 
318 St. George Street 

105 Madison Avenue 


Toronto 


64 


Salvation Army Students' Residence 
2130 Bayview Avenue 


Toronto 


65 


Academie Du Sacre Coeur Students' Residence 
Box 52, 159 Higginson Street 


Vankleek Hill 



98 



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Item 


Name 


Location 


66 


Notre Dame Academy Students' Residence 
1921 Snake Road 


Waterdown 


67 


The Creative Centre for Learning and Development 
Chippawa Road South Side 


Wellandport 


68 


Scarborough Centenary Hospital Association Students' 
Residence (T.J. Shoniker Building) 
2877 Ellesmere Road 


West Hill 


69 


Humber College School of Nursing Students' Residence 
Osier School of Nursing, 5 Queenslea Avenue 


Weston 


70 


Trafalgar Castle School Students' Residence 
401 Reynolds Street 


Whitby 


71 


Seaway Baptist Bible Institute Students' Residence 


Williamstown 


72 


Seneca College School of Nursing Students' Residence 
York Regional School of Nursing 
1255 Sheppard Avenue East 


Willowdale 


73 


Ontario Bible College Students' Residence 
25 Bally Connor Court 


Willowdale 


74 


Ner Israel Yeshiva College Students' Residence 
625 Finch Avenue West 


Willowdale 


75 


Grace Hospital Students' Residence 

St. Clair College of Applied Arts and Technology 

339 Crawford Avenue 


Windsor 


76 


Assumption College School Students' Residence 
1100 Huron Church Road 


Windsor 



PART n 
Students' Residences — Universities 



Item 


Name of University 


Name of Student Residence 


Location 


1 


Brock University 


De Cew Residence 


St. Catharines 


2 


Carleton University 


Renfrew House 
Colonel By Drive 


Ottawa 


3 


Carleton University- 


Lanark House 
Colonel By Drive 


Ottawa 


4 


Carle ton University 


Grenville House 
Colonel By Drive 


Ottawa 


5 


Carleton University 


Russell House 
Colonel By Drive 


Ottawa 


6 


Carleton University 


Glengarry House 
Colonel By Drive 


Ottawa 



99 



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Item 


Name of University 


Name of Student Residence 


Location 


7 


University of Guelph 


South Residence 
(Prairie, Maritime and 
Mountain Halls) 
University Buildings 
#72A, 72B, 72C 
South Ring Road 


Guelph 


8 


University of Guelph 


East Residence 
(Dundas, Lanark and 
Glengarry Halls) 
University Buildings 
#180A, 180B, 180C 
East Ring Road 


Guelph 


9 


University of Guelph 


Lennox Addington Hall 
University Building 
#172 
Lennox Lane 


Guelph 


10 


University of Guelph 


Johnston Hall 

University Building 

#11 

Winegard Walk 


Guelph 


11 


University of Guelph 


Mills Hall 

University Building 

#8 

College Avenue 


Guelph 


12 


University of Guelph 


MacDonald Hall 

University Building 

#2 

MacDonald Street 


Guelph 


13 


University of Guelph 


Watson Hall 

University Building 

#4 

Watson Lane 


Guelph 


14 


University of Guelph 


Maids Hall 
University Building 
#62 
Trent Lane 


Guelph 


IS 


University of Guelph 


Lambton Hall 
University Building 
#67 
Watson Lane 


Guelph 


16 


University of Guelph 


North Residence 
Drew Hall 
University Building 
#10 
Trent Lane 


Guelph 


17 


Lakehead University 


Women's Residence 
Oliver Road 


Thunder Bay 


18 


Lakehead University 


Men's Residence 
Oliver Road 


Thunder Bay 






100 






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951 



i 

! Item 


Name of University 


Name of Student Residence 


Location 


19 


Laurentian University 


Married Student Apartments 
840 Ramsey Lake Road 


Sudbury 


20 


Laurentian University 


Single Student Apartments 
840 Ramsey Lake Road 


Sudbury 


21 


Laurentian University 


Huntington College Residence 
840 Ramsey Lake Road 


Sudbury 


22 


Laurentian University 


Thornloe College Residence 
840 Ramsey Lake Road 


Sudbury 


23 


Laurentian University 


University of Sudbury 

Residence 

840 Ramsey Lake Road 


Sudbury 


24 


Laurentian University 


Laurentian University 

Residence 

179 John Street 


Sudbury 


25 


McMaster University 


Edwards Hall 

1280 Main Street West 


Hamilton 


26 


McMaster University 


Whidden Hall 

1280 Main Street West 


Hamilton 


27 


McMaster University 


Moulton Hall 

1280 Main Street West 


Hamilton 


28 


McMaster University 


Bates Residence 

1280 Main Street West 


Hamilton 


29 


McMaster University 


Woodstock Hall 

1280 Main Street West 


Hamilton 


30 


McMaster University 


Matthews Hall 

1280 Main Street West 


Hamilton 


31 


McMaster University 


Brandon Hall 

1280 Main Street West 


Hamilton 


32 


McMaster University 


Wallingford Hall 
1280 Main Street West 


Hamilton 


33 


McMaster University 


McKay Hall 

1280 Main Street West 


Hamilton 


34 


University of Ottawa 


Le Blanc Hall 

35 Copernecus Street 


Ottawa 


35 


University of Ottawa 


Stanton Hall 

235 Nicholas Street 


Ottawa 


36 


University of Ottawa 


Thompson Hall 

611 Cumberland Street 


Ottawa 


37 


University of Ottawa 


Marchand Hall 
245 Nicholas Street 


Ottawa 


38 


Queen's University 


McNeill House 
Lower Albert Street 


Kingston 



101 



952 



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Item 



Name of University 



Name of Student Residence 



Location 



39 



40 



41 



42 



43 



44 



45 



46 



47 



48 



49 



51 



52 



53 



54 



Queen's University 



Queen's University 



Queen's University 



Queen's University 



Queen's University 



Queen's University 



Queen's University 



Queen's University 



Queen's University 



Queen's University 



Queen's University 



50 Queen's University 



Royal Military College 



Royal Military College 



Royal Military College 



Royal Military College 



Leonard Hall 
Queen's Crescent 

Morris Hall 
Lower Albert Street 

Gordon House 
Collingwood Street 

Brockington House 
Collingwood Street 

Harkness Hall 
329 Earl Street 

Graduate Student Residence 
Union Street West 

Ban Righ Hall 
University Avenue 

Chown Hall 
Stuart Street 

Adelaide Hall 
Stuart Street 

Victoria Hall 
Queen's Crescent 

Jean Royce Hall 
West Campus 
Union Street West 
Angus Residence 
Boucher Residence 
Royce Residence 
Curran Residence 
Douglas Residence 
Healey Residence 
Laird Residence 
Miller Residence 
Roy Residence 
Shortliffe Residence 
Tracy Residence 
Trotter Residence 

John Orr Tower Apartments 
244 Sir John A. MacDonald 
Blvd. 

Stone Frigate 
R.M.C. Grounds 

Fort Haldimand 
R.M.C. Grounds 

Fort La Salle 
R.M.C. Grounds 

Fort Champlain 
R.M.C. Grounds 

102 



Kingston 
Kingston 
Kingston 
Kingston 
Kingston 
Kingston 
Kingston 
Kingston 
Kingston 
Kingston 
Kingston 



Kingston 

Kingston 
Kingston 
Kingston 
Kingston 



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953 



Item 


Name of University 


Name of Student Residence 


Location 


55 


St. Paul's University 


165 McGillivray Street 


Ottawa 


56 


St. Paul's University 


40 Riverdale Avenue 


Ottawa 


57 


St. Paul's University 


48 Riverdale Avenue 


Ottawa 


58 


St. Paul's University 


11 Glencairn Avenue 


Ottawa 


59 


St. Paul's University 


4-6 Toronto Street 


Ottawa 


60 


St. Paul's University 


305 Nelson 


Ottawa 


61 


St. Paul's University 


315 Nelson 


Ottawa 


62 


St. Paul's University 


249 Main Street 


Ottawa 


63 


St. Paul's University 


320 McLeod Street 


Ottawa 


64 


University of Toronto 


Wetmore Hall New College 
21 Classic Avenue 


Toronto 


65 


University of Toronto 


Wilson Hall New College 
40 Willcocks Street 


Toronto 


66 


University of Toronto 


Sir Daniel Wilson Residence 
University College 
73 St. George Street 


Toronto 


67 


University of Toronto 


Whitney Hall 
University College 
85 St. George Street 


Toronto 


68 


University of Toronto 


Devonshire House 

I, 3 and 5 Devonshire Place 


Toronto 


69 


University of Toronto 


Innis College Residence 
65 1 Spadina Avenue 


Toronto 


70 


University of Toronto 


St. George Graduate Student 

Residence 

321 Bloor Street West 


Toronto 


71 


University of Toronto 


Burwash Hall 
Victoria University 
89 Charles Street West 


Toronto 


72 


University of Toronto 


Stephenson House 
Victoria University 
80 St. Mary's Street 


Toronto 


73 


University of Toronto 


Annesley Hall 

Victoria University 

95 Queen's Park Crescent 


Toronto 


74 


University- of Toronto 


Margaret Addison Hall 
Victoria University 
140 Charles Street West 


Toronto 


75 


University of Toronto 


Trinity College 
6 Hoskin Avenue 


Toronto 



103 



954 



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Item 


Name of University 


Name of Student Residence 


Location 


76 


University of Toronto 


St. Hilda's College Residence 

Trinity College 

44 Devonshire Place 


Toronto 


77 


University of Toronto 


Knox College Residence 
59 St. George Street 


Toronto 


78 


University of Toronto 


Wycliffe College Residence 
5 Hoskin Avenue 


Toronto 


79 


University of Toronto 


Windle House 

St. Michael's College 

5 Elmsley Place 


Toronto 


80 


University of Toronto 


Clover Hill Residence 
St. Michael's College 
50 St. Joseph Street 


Toronto 


81 


University of Toronto 


Elmsley Hall and Brennan 

Hall 

St. Michael's College 

81 St. Mary's Street 


Toronto 


82 


University of Toronto 


More House 

St. Michael's College 

59 Queen's Park Crescent 


Toronto 


83 


University of Toronto 


Fisher House 

St. Michael's College 

59 Queen's Park Crescent 


Toronto 


84 


University of Toronto 


Teefy Hall 

St. Michael's College 

59 Queen's Park Crescent 


Toronto 


85 


University of Toronto 


Sullivan House 

St. Michael's College 

96 St. Joseph Street 


Toronto 


86 


University of Toronto 


McCorkell House 
St. Michael's College 
2 Elmsley Place 


Toronto 


87 


University of Toronto 


Belisle House 

St. Michael's College 

1 Elmsley Place 


Toronto 


88 


University of Toronto 


Maritain House 

St. Michael's College 

6 Elmsley Place 


Toronto 


89 


University of Toronto 


Gilson House 

St. Michael's College 

8 Elmsley Place 


Toronto 


90 


University of Toronto 


Loretto College 

St. Michael's College 

70 St. Mary's Street 


Toronto 



104 



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955 



Item 


Name of University 


Name of Student Residence 


Location 


91 


University of Toronto 


St. Joseph's College 
St. Michael's College 
90 Wellesley Street West 


Toronto 


92 


University of Toronto 


St. Basil's College 
St. Michael's College 
95 St. Joseph Street 


Toronto 


93 


University of Toronto 


Massey College Student 

Residence 

4 Devonshire Place 


Toronto 


94 


University of Toronto 


Scarborough College 
1265 Military Trail 


Scarborough 


95 


University of Toronto 


Erindale College 

3349 Mississauga Road 


Mississauga 


96 


University of Toronto 


Upper Canada College 


Georgetown 


97 


Trent University 


Lady Eaton College Residence 
Nassau Campus 


Peterborough 


98 


Trent University- 


Champlain College Residence 
Nassau Campus 


Peterborough 


99 


Trent University 


Langton House 

Catharine Parr Traill College 

554 Reid Street 


Peterborough 


100 


Trent University 


Crawford House 

Catharine Parr Traill College 

310 London Street 


Peterborough 


101 


Trent University 


Scott House 

Catharine Parr Traill College 

300 London Street 


Peterborough 


102 


Trent University 


Stewart House 

Catharine Parr Traill College 

292 London Street 


Peterborough 


103 


Trent University 


Wallis Hall 

Catharine Parr Traill College 

310 London Street 


Peterborough 


104 


Trent University 


Sadlier House 

Peter Robinson College 

751 George Street 


Peterborough 


105 


Trent University 


Stratton House 

Peter Robinson College 

740 Water Street 


Peterborough 


106 


Trent University 


Reade House 

Peter Robinson College 

741 George Street 


Peterborough 


107 


Trent University 


Abbott House 

Peter Robinson College 

754 Water Street 


Peterborough 



105 



956 



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Item 


Name of University 


Name of Student Residence 


Location 


108 


Trent University 


East Lodge 

Peter Robinson College 

748 George Street 


Peterborough 


109 


Trent University 


Town Houses 

Peter Robinson College 

723 George Street 


Peterborough 


110 


Trent University 


Otonabee College Residence 
Nassau Campus 


Peterborough 


111 


Trent University 


Kerr House 

299 Dublin Street 


Peterborough 


112 


Trent University 


North House 

262-264 Rubidge Street 


Peterborough 


113 


Trent University 


Jung House 
302 King Street 


Peterborough 


114 


Trent University 


Principal's Lodge 
314 London Street 


Peterborough 


115 


Trent University 


North North House 
270 Rubidge Street 


Peterborough 


116 


Trent University 


Monture House 

267 Stewart Street 


Peterborough 


117 


University of Waterloo 


Tutor's Residence 

South Campus, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 

200 University Avenue West 


Waterloo 


118 


University of Waterloo 


Village #1 

200 University Avenue West 


Waterloo 


119 


University of Waterloo 


Village #2 

200 University Avenue West 


Waterloo 


120 


University of Waterloo 


Minota Hagey Residence 
200 University Avenue West 


Waterloo 


121 


University of Waterloo 


Conrad Greble College 

200 University Avenue West 


Waterloo 


122 


University of Waterloo 


St. Jerome College Residence 
200 University Avenue West 


Waterloo 


123 


University of Waterloo 


Notre Dame College Residence 
200 University Avenue West 


Waterloo 


124 


University of Waterloo 


Renison College Residence 
200 University Avenue West 


Waterloo 


125 


University of Waterloo 


St. Paul's College Residence 
200 University Avenue West 


Waterloo 


126 


University of Waterloo 


Resurrection College 

265 Westmount Road North 


Waterloo 



106 



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957 



Item 


Name of University 


Name of Student Residence 


Location 


127 


University of Western Ontario 


Brough Hall 
Huron College 
1349 Western Road 


London 


128 


University of Western Ontario 


Hellmuth Hall 
Huron College 
1349 Western Road 


London 


129 


University of Western Ontario 


OXeil's Hall 
Huron College 
1349 Western Road 


London 


130 


University of Western Ontario 


Seagar Hall 
Huron College 
1349 Western Road 


London 


131 


University of Western Ontario 


Student Residence 
Brescia College 
1285 Western Road 


London 


132 


University of Western Ontario 


Mary Manor 
Brescia College 
1285 Western Road 


London 


133 


University of Western Ontario 


Main Building Residence 

King's College 

1070 Waterloo Street 


London 


134 


University of Western Ontario 


Town House #1 

King's College 

1070 Waterloo Street 


London 


135 


University of Western Ontario 


Town House #2 

King's College 

1070 Waterloo Street 


London 


136 


University of Western Ontario 


Town House #3 

King's College 

1070 Waterloo Street 


London 


137 


University of Western Ontario 


Town House #4 

King's College 

1070 Waterloo Street 


London 


138 


University of Western Ontario 


Town House #5 

King's College 

1070 Waterloo Street 


London 


139 


University of Western Ontario 


Town House #6 

King's College 

1070 Waterloo Street 


London 


140 


University of Western Ontario 


Town House #7 

King's College 

1070 Waterloo Street 


London 


141 


University of Western Ontario 


Town House #8 

King's College 

1070 Waterloo Street 


London 



107 



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Item 


Name of University 


Name of Student Residence 


Location 


142 


University of Western Ontario 


Town House #9 

King's College 

1070 Waterloo Street 


London 


143 


University of Western Ontario 


Town House #10 

King's College 

1070 Waterloo Street 


London 


144 


University of Western Ontario 


Sydenham Hall 
Richmond Street W/S 


London 


145 


University of Western Ontario 


Delaware Hall 
Western Road E/S 


London 


146 


University of Western Ontario 


Medway Hall 
Richmond Street W/S 


London 


147 


University of Western Ontario 


Saugeen-Maitland Hall 
289 Windermere Road 


London 


148 


Wilfrid Laurier University 


Clara Conrad Residence 
75 University Avenue West 


Waterloo 


149 


Wilfrid Laurier University 


W. Ross MacDonald Residence 
75 University Avenue West 


Waterloo 


150 


Wilfrid Laurier University 


Nils Willison Residence 
75 University Avenue West 


Waterloo 


151 


Wilfrid Laurier University 


Little House Residence 

75 University Avenue West 


Waterloo 


152 


Wilfrid Laurier University 


Leopold Graduate Residence 
75 University Avenue West 


Waterloo 


153 


Wilfrid Laurier University 


W. Euler Graduate Residence 
75 University Avenue West 


Waterloo 


154 


Windsor University 


McDonald Hall 
401 Sunset Avenue 


Windsor 


155 


Windsor University 


Laurier Hall 

401 Sunset Avenue 


Windsor 


156 


Windsor University 


Electa Hall 

233 - 265 Patricia Road 


Windsor 


157 


Windsor University 


Cody Hall 

401 Sunset Avenue 


Windsor 


158 


Windsor University 


Huron Hall 
869 Mill Street 


Windsor 


159 


Windsor University 


Tecumseh Hall 
869 Mill Street 


Windsor 


160 


Windsor University 


St. Michael's Hall 
Assumption University 
400 Huron Church Road 


Windsor 



108 



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959 



Item 


Name of University 


Name of Student Residence 


Location 


161 


Windsor University 


Langton House 
Canterbur>- College 
226 Patricia Road 


Windsor 


162 


Windsor University 


Becket House 

Canterbury College 

2585 Riverside Drive West 


Windsor 


163 


Windsor University 


Rayson House 
Canterbury College 
210 Patricia Road 


Windsor 


164 


Windsor University 


Cranmer House 

Canterbury College 

2541 Riverside Drive West 


Windsor 


165 


Windsor University 


Laud House 

Canterbury College 

2521 Riverside Drive West 


Windsor 


166 


Windsor University 


Wake House 
Canterbury College 
1 79 Sunset Avenue 


Windsor 


167 


Windsor University 


Geoffrey Fisher Hall 
Canterbury College 
270 Patricia Road 


Windsor 


168 


Windsor University 


SSJE House 
Canterbury College 
189 Patricia Road 


Windsor 


169 


Windsor University 


The Brothers of the Christian Schools 
2629 Riverside Drive West 


Windsor 


170 


Windsor University- 


The Brothers of the Christian Schools 
2675 Riverside Drive West 


Windsor 


171 


Windsor University 


Grace Hospital 
Students Residence 
339 Crawford Avenue 


Windsor 


172 


York University 


Bethune Residence 
4700 Keele Street 


Downsview 


173 


Vork University- 


Graduate Residence #1 
2 Assiniboine Road 


Downsview 


174 


York University 


Graduate Residence #2 
4 Assiniboine Road 


Downsview 


175 


York University 


Graduate Residence #3 
6 Assiniboine Road 


Downsview 


176 


York Universit>- 


Graduate Residence #4 
8 Assiniboine Road 


Downsview 


177 


York University- 


Atkinson Residence 
22 Moon Road 


Downsview 



109 



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Item 


Name of University 


Name of Student Residence 


Location 


178 


York University 


Wood Residence 
2275 Bayview Avenue 


Toronto 


179 


York University 


Marion Hilliard Residence 
2275 Bayview Avenue 


Toronto 


180 


York University 


Founders Residence 
4700 Keele Street 


Downsview 


181 


York University 


Vanier Residence 
4700 Keele Street 


Downsview 


182 


York University 


Winter Residence 
4700 Keele Street 


Downsview 


183 


York University 


McLaughlin Residence 
4700 Keele Street 


Downsview 


184 


York University 


Stong Residence 
4700 Keele Street 


Downsview 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
Form 1 

Income Tax Act 



961 




ONTARIO TAX CREDITS 



TIC (ONT.)-1982 



Basic guidelines for claiming Ontario Tax Credits appear on the reverse side of this form. 
The Ontario Ministry of Revenue administers a separate grant program for persons 65 years of age and 
!*"^ older. Persons eligible to claim these grants are not entitled to claim the Property or Sales Tax Credits, or 

the Temporary Home Heating Credit on this form. 

Calculation of Ontario Property and Sales Tax Credits for 1982 

PROPERTY TAX CREDIT-^See item 1 on the Reverse Side and Complete the Declaration Below 
Total Rental Payments in 1 982 ^ g | [ | X 20% 
Property Taxes paid in 1 982 BB 



College Residence — claim S25 — see item 1(f) 

Occupancy Cost (total of above three lines) — see item 1(d) 



Enter $1 80 or Occupancy Cost' (line 940), whichever is less 

Add: 10% of Occupancy Cost' (line 940) j 

Total Property Tax Credit 
SALES TAX CREDIT — 1 % of 'Total Personal Exemptions' (line 45 on page 2 of your return)— see item 2 



Total of above credits (A) 
_ (B) 



ENTER 2% of 'Taxable Income' (line 62 on page 2 of your return) or if Taxable Income is $1,944 or less, enter "NIL'' 

NET PROPERTY AND SALES TAX CREDITS— Subtract Amount (B) from Amount (A). 

If Amount (B) is greater than Amount (A), enter "NIL". (C) 

ENTER Amount (C) or $500, whichever is less, on line (D) (D) 



Calculation of Ontario Temporary Home Heating Creditforl 982 (See item 3 on Reverse Side) 

Basic Heating Credit for 1982 40 00 

ENTER 154 of Taxable Income' (line 62 on page 2 of your return) or if Taxable Inc ome is $1.94 4 or less, enter "N IL" (E) 

NET TEMPORARY HOME HEATING CREDIT - Subtract Amount ( E) from S40. If Amount < E) is greater 

than $40. enter "NIL" (F) 



NET PROPERTY AND SALES TAX CREDITS AND TEMPORARY HOME HEATING CREDIT-Add Amounts (D) and (F). (G)T 



Calculation of Ontario Political Contribution Tax Credit for 1982 



Attach official receipts to this form otherwise your claim will be rejected. 

Total Ontario Political Contributions in 1 982 fmm\ 

Allowable credit — 75% of first $1 00 of Total Contributions is 



50% of next $450 of Total Contributions is 



33V4% of amount of Total Contributions exceeding $550 is 



Total allowable credit (maximum $500) 



(') 



Ontario Tax Payable (from line 67 on your return) 



SUBTRACT: Ontario Property and Sales Tax Credits and Temporary Home Heating Credit 

(Amount (G) above) 



Ontario Tax Payable in excess 



(") 



ALLOWABLE ONTARIO POLITICAL CONTRIBUTION TAX CREDIT— 
Enter Amount (i), or Amount (ii), whichever is less 



(Hi 



Ontario Tax Credits— Total of Amounts (G) and (H)— Enter this amount on line 74 on your return. 



-Declaration (If Property Tax Credit claimed)- 



I hereby declare that the address(es) of my principal residence(s) in Ontario during the 1 982 taxation year was (were) : 

No. of Months Rent/ Property 

Resident in 1 982 Tax Paid in 1 982 



Address(es) of Principal Residence(s) 



Name of Landlord/Municipality 



Rem D 

Own □ 



Rem □ 
Own p 



If you had more than 2 principal residences, continue on a separate sheet. See item 1(c). 



-Certification - 



I certify that the information in this document is true and correct and if I am claiming the Property and Sales Tax Credits or 
Temporary Home Heating Credit, that I was not 65 years of age or ol der on December 31 , 1 982. 

Date! I Sign here! I 



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O. Reg. 63/83 



Basic Guidelines for Claiming Ontario Tax Credits 

• You must file a completed Individual Income Tax Return along with this Ontario Tax Credit form. 



T1C (ONT.)-1982 



1. Property Tax Credit 

(a) The Property Tax Credit may be claimed by all individuals 
resident in Ontario on December 31 , 1 982 except: 

• persons under age 16 

• persons underage 21 who live at home and are claimed 
as dependants 

• persons 65 years of age or older 

• persons with spouses 65 years or older; except in the 
year of marriage (see item 4(a)) 

• estates of deceased persons 

• persons from other countries who have been admitted 
to Canada as Visitors with Student Authorization 

• persons who leave Ontario during the year. 

(b) The Property Tax Credit must be claimed by the spouse 
having the higher taxable income regardless of the 
registered ownership of the principal residence except in 
cases where marriage took place in 1 982 (see item 4(a)). 

(c) Principal Residence 

• means the housing unit in Ontario which was ordinarily 
occupied or inhabited during 1 982. 

• may include hotel rooms, mobile homes or rooming 
houses. 

• does not include a property tax exempt residence e.g. 
home for the aged, institutions, hostels, military bases. 

• does not include a nursing home if the resident's 
costs are subsidized. 

An individual who moves within Ontario during the year 
may claim each consecutive residence based on the 
actual period of occupancy. 

(d) Occupancy Cost 

• for homeowners is the property tax paid on a principal 
residence in the taxation year (does not include 
mortgage principal and interest payments). 

• for tenants is 20% of the rent paid for the principal 
residence in the taxation year (excluding any amount 
paid for meals), or 

if both property tax and rent are paid on the same 
principal residence, is 20% of the total of property tax 
and rent paid. In this instance the total of the property 
tax and rent paid must be entered on line 910. 

• must not include property tax or rent paid on a second 
residence (e.g. cottage). 

• must be prorated to cover the actual period of 
occupancy if the principal residence was occupied for 
less than the year. 

(e) Joint Occupancy 

Where two or more principal taxpayers share a principal 
residence, Occupancy Cost must be allocated 

• according to each principal taxpayer's beneficial 
ownership in the housing unit, or 

• according to the rent paid by each tenant. 

(f) College Residence 

Most residences of Ontario universities, colleges and 
schools of nursing have a deemed Occupancy Cost 
of S25. Anyone living in one of these residences is 
restricted to a $25 Occupancy Cost for the part of the 
year he or she lived in such a residence. . 
Call the Information Centre to find out if your residence 
is included in this category. 

(g) Receipts 

Receipts for 1 982 rent or property tax payments are not 
required to be filed with this form but must be retained 
for examination on request. 



2. Sales Tax Credit 

All individuals resident in Ontario on December 31 , 1 982 
may claim the Sales Tax Credit except: 

• persons under age 16 

• persons claimed as dependants for income tax 
purposes by another resident in Canada 

• persons 65 years of age or older 

• estates of deceased persons 

• persons from other countries who have been admitted 
to Canada as Visitors with Student Authorization 

• persons who leave Ontario during the year. 



3. Temporary Home Heating Credit 

All individuals who are eligible to claim a Property Tax 
Credit (including those whose taxable income reduces 
the credit to zero) and who have incurred an Occupancy 
Cost may claim the Temporary Home Heating Credit 
except individuals whose Occupancy Cost comprises 
solely the $25 allowable for college residence 
(see item 1(f)). 



4. General Information 

(a) Marriage in the Year 
Both Spouses Under 65 

When a marriage takes place in the year, there are 
frequently three Occupancy Costs involved: 

(A) the rent or property tax paid by the spouse with the 
higher taxable income for the part of the year prior 
to marriage 

(B) the rent or property tax paid by the spouse with the 
lower taxable income prior to marriage 

(C) the rent or property tax paid following marriage. 
An Ontario Tax Credit claim may be made in one of two 
ways, either 

• the spouse with the higher taxable income includes 
(A) + (B) + (C) in calculating Occupancy Cost, or 

• the spouse with the higher taxable income includes 
(A) + (C) and the spouse with the lower taxable 
income uses (B) in calculating Occupancy Cost. 

One Spouse Under 65 

The spouse under 65 is allowed to claim a Property 
Tax Credit based on Occupancy Cost incurred by 
him/her prior to marriage provided that such occupancy 
costs are not included in the Occupancy Cost of the 
other spouse for a property tax grant. 

(b) Separation in the Year 
Both Spouses Under 65 

In the year of separation, each spouse may include the 
following in calculating Occupancy Cost: 

• a share of the rent or property tax for the part of the year 
prior to separation in any manner agreed upon, and 

• the rent or property tax paid following separation. 

One Spouse Under 65 

Where the spouse under 65 remains in the principal 
residence after separation he/she may claim a Property 
Tax Credit based on Occupancy Cost paid by him/her 
from date of separation to the end of the taxation year. 



Inquiries: Telephone the Ontario Ministry of Revenue Information Centre. 

• In Metro Toronto dial 965-8470. 

• If your area code is 807 ask the Operator for ... . Zenith 8-2000 (toll free) . 
All other Ontario callers dial 1-800-268-7121 (toll free). 

Mailing Address 

• Ministry of Revenue, Guaranteed Income and Tax Credit Branch, Queen's Park, Toronto, M7A 2B3 



A detailed booklet is 
available on request. 



O. Reg. 63/83, Form 1. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



963 



Form 2 



Income Tax Act 



TIC (ONT.)-1982 

CREDITS D'IMPOT DE L'ONTARIO 

Les regies de base relatives aux credits d'impot de I'Ontario figurent au verso. Le ministere du Revenu de 
I'Ontario offre un programme distinct de subventions aux personnes de 65 ans ou plus. Les contribuables qui 
ont droit a ces subventions ne peuvent demander dans la presente formule ni les credits d'impdts fonciers 
et de taxe sur les ventes ni le credit temporaire pour le chauffage des residences 

Calcul des credits d'impdts fonciers et de taxe sur les ventes de I'Ontario pour 1982 

CREDIT D'IMPOTS FONCIERS— Voir n" 1 au verso et remplir la ^Declarations ci-dessous. 

Total des loyers payes en 1 982 g fl \ 3 x 20% 

Impots fonciers pay6s en 1982 HH 1 




Residence d'etudiants— inscrire $25— voir n° 1 f) gQ 

CoOt d'habiution (total des trois lignes ci-dessus)— voir if I d) QQ ______^ S 

Inscrire le moins iliri des montants suivants: $180 ou le «Cout d'habitation» (ligne 940) ' 

Ajouter: 1 0% du «Cout dhabitation» (ligne 940) " 

Total du credit d'impdts fonciers \ ~ 

CREDIT DE TAXE SUR LES VEMTES-1%du«Total des exemptions personnelles»(ligne 45. p. 2 devotre declaration)-ww/»».? 

Total des credits ci-dessus (A)" 
INSCRIRE : 2% du « Revenu imposable » (ligne 62. p. 2 de votre declaration) ou si le revenu impotable est de SI .944 ou moins. inscrire «Nt"ANT» ( B ) 

CREDITS D'IMPOTS FONCIERS ET DE TAXE SUR LES VENTES NETS-Soustraire le montant (B) du montant (A). 

Si (B) est superieur a (A), inscrire «NEANT» (C) 

INSCRIRE \e moins 6lev6 du montant (C) etde S5QO a la ligne (D) (D)~ 



Calcul du credit temporaire pour le chauffage des residences de I'Ontario en 1982 (Voir no 3 au verso) 

Credit de base pour le chauffage en 1 982 [ 



40 00 



INSCRIRE: 1% du «Revenu imposable* (ligne 62, p. 2 de votre declaration) 

ou si le revenu imposable est de S1 ,944 ou moins, inscrire «NEANT» (E)l 

CREDIT TEMPORAIRE NET POUR LE CHAUFFAGE DES RESIDENCES-Soustrairelemontant(E)de$40. 

Si le montant (E) est superieur a 540, inscrire «NEANT» (F)i 

CREDITS D IMPOTS FONCIERS ET DE TAXE SUR LES VENTES ET CREDIT TEMPORAIRE POUR LE CHAUFFAGE DES RESIDENCES NETS— 

Additionner les montants (D) et (F). (G)i~ 



Calcul du credit d'impot pour contributions politiques (Ontario) en 1982 

Joindre les recus officiels a cette formule, sinon la demande sera refusie. $ 

Total des contributions politiques (Ontario) en 1982 BBl ' 



Credit admissible — 75% de la premiere tranche de $1 00 du total des contributions 
50% de la tranche suivante de $450 d u total des contributions 
33V4% de la fraction du total des contributions qui excede $550 
Credit total admissible (maximum $500) 



Impot de I'Ontario a payer (ligne 67 de votre declaration) 



SOUSTRAIRE: Credits d'impdts fonciers et de taxe sur les ventes et credit temporaire 
pour le chauffage des residences de lOntario (montant (G) ci-dessus) 



Excedent de I'impot de I'Ontario a payer 



CREDIT D'IMPOT ADMISSIBLE POUR CONTRIBUTIONS POLITIQUES (ONTARIO)— 

Inscrire le moins eleve des montants (i) et (ii) 



$ c 


I I 


I I 




(i) 






[«> 



_(H C 



Credits d'impot de I'Ontario Total des montants (G)et (H) — Inscrire ce total a la ligne 74 de votre declaration. 



-Declaration (si vous demandez le credit d'impdts fonciers) 



Je declare par les presentes que. durant I'annee d'imposition 1982. ma residence principale en Ontario etait situee a I'adresse ou auxadresses suivantes: 
Adresse de la residence principale Nombre de mois de i Loyers/lmp&ts fonciers 

residence en 1982 payes en 1982 



Nom du propnetaire/de la municipalite 



El 


locataire D s 
proprietaire □ 


2 


locataire □ 1 
proprietaire fJ2 



Si vous avez eu plus de 2 residences principales, utilisez une feuille distincte. Voir no 1c) 



-Attestation- 



J atteste que les renseignements donnes ci-dessus sont vrais et exacts et que, si je demande le credit d'impots fonciers, le credit 
de taxe sur les ventes ou le credi t temporaire pour le c hauffage des residences, j e n'avais pas 65 an sou plus au 31 decembre 1 982. 

Date i Signature • 



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O. Reg. 63/83 



T1C (ONT )— 1982 

Regies de base relatives aux credits d'impdt de I'Ontario 

• Vous devez accompagner votre formule « Credits d'impdt de I'Ontario » d'une declaration d'impdt sur le revenu dfjment remplie. 



1. Credit d'impdts fonciers 

a) Ce credit peut etre demande par tous les particulars 
qui residaient en Ontario le 31 decembre 1 982, sauf 

• les personnes de moins de 1 6 ans 

• les personnes de moins de 21 ans qui habitant 
a la maison et sont declarees a charge 

• les personnes de 65 ans ou plus 

• les personnes dont le conjoint a 65 ans ou plus, sauf 
dans I'annee du mariage (voir n° 4a)) 

• les successions de personnes decedees 

• les personnes de pays etrangers qui sont entrees au 
Canada comme visiteurs et qui sont titulaires d'un 
permis de sejour d'etudiant 

• les personnes qui ont quitte I'Ontario au cours de 
I'annee. 

b) Le credit d'impdts fonciers doit etre demande par le 
conjoint au revenu imposable le plus eleve, indepen- 
damment du titre de propriete de la residence principale. 
Si le mariage a eu lieu en 1 982, voir le n° 4a). 

c) Residence principale 

• designe le logement, en Ontario, habituellement 
occupe ou habite en 1 982; 

• peut designer une chambre d'hdtel, une maison 
mobile ou une pension; 

• ne comprend pas un etablissement exempt d'impdts 
fonciers, comme un foyer pour personnes agees, une 
auberge de jeunesse, certains etablissements, une 
base militaire; 

• ne comprend pas une maison de sante, si les coOts 
de residence sont subventionnes. 

Toute personne qui demenage au cours de I'annee, tout 
en restant en Ontario, peut demander pour chaque 
residence consecutive le credit pour la periode reelle 
□"habitation. 

d) Cout d'habitation 

• pour les proprietaires, les impdts fonciers verses pour 
une residence principaledans I'annee d'imposition (sauf 
les paiements de capital et d'interets sur hypotheque) ; 

• pour les locataires, 20% du loyer verse pour la 
residence principale dans I'annee d'imposition (sauf 
le cout des repas), ou 

lorsque des imp6ts fonciers et un loyer sont verses 
pour une meme residence principale, 20% du total 
des impdts fonciers et du loyer verses. Dans ce cas, 
le total doit etre inscrit a la ligne 91 0; 

• les impdts fonciers ou le loyer verses pour une 
residence secondaire (par ex., un chalet) ne doivent 
pas etre inclus; 

• si la residence principale n'a pas ete habitee pendant 
toute I'annee, il faut reduire au prorata le cout d'habi- 
tation, selon la periode reelle d'habitation. 

e) Cohabitation 

Si deux contribuables principaux ou plus partagent une 
residence principale, le cout d'habitation doit etre attribue 

• selon le degre de propriete reelle de chaque 
contribuable principal dans le logement ou 

• selon le loyer paye par chaque locataire. 

f) Residence d'etudiants 

Le cout d'habitation pour la plupart des logements 
d'universites, de colleges et d'ecoles de sciences 
infirmieres en Ontario est fixe a $25. Quiconque habite 
une residence dont le cout d'habitation a ete fixe a 
lavance n'a droit qua ce montant pour la periode de 
I'annee ou il y habite Pour savoir si le cout d'habitation 
de votre residence a ete fixe, adressez-vous au Centre 
d'information. 

g) Recus 

Vous n'etes pas tenu d'annexer a cette formule les 
recus de loyers ou d'impdts fonciers pour 1 982, mais 
vous devez pouvoir les produire sur demande. 



2. Credit detaxe sur les ventes 

Tout resident de I'Ontario au 31 decembre 1 982 peut 
demander le credit de taxe sur les ventes, sauf 

• les personnes de moins de 16 ans 

• les personnes declarees a charge aux fins de I'impdt 
sur le revenu par un autre resident Canadian 

• les personnes de 65 ans ou plus 

• les successions de personnes decedees 

• les personnes de pays etrangers qui sont entrees au 
Canada comme visiteurs et qui sont titulaires d'un 
permis de sejour d'etudiant 

• les personnes qui ont quitte I'Ontario au cours de 
I'annee. 



3. Credit temporaire pour le chauffage 
des residences 

Tous ceux qui ont droit au credit d'impdts fonciers (y 
compris les personnes dont le revenu imposable ramene 
le credit a neant) et qui ont verse un cout d'habitation 
peuvent demander le credit temporaire pour le chauffage 
des residences, sauf les personnes dont le coOt 
d'habitation ne comprend que les $25 admissibles des 
residences d'etudiants (voir n° 1 f)). 



4. Renseignements generaux 

a) Mariage au cours de I'annee 
Conjoints de moins de 65 ans 

Lorsqu'un mariage a lieu au cours de I'annee, il y a 
souvent trois couts d'habitation en cause: 

(A) le loyer ou les impdts fonciers verses, pour la partie 
de I'annee precedant le mariage, par le conjoint au 
revenu imposable le plus eleve 

(B) le loyer ou les impdts fonciers verses avant le 
mariage par le conjoint au revenu imposable 
le moins eleve 

(C) le loyer ou les impdts fonciers verses apres le 
mariage. 

Le credit d'impdt de I'Ontario peut etre demande de 
I'une des deux facons suivantes: 

• le conjoint au revenu imposable le plus eleve remplit 

(A) + (B) 4- (C) dans le calcul du cout d'habitation ou 

• le conjoint au revenu imposable le plus eleve remplit 
(A) + (C) dans le calcul du coiit d'habitation, alors 
que I'autre conjoint remplit (B). 

L'un des conjoints a moins de 65 ans 
Le conjoint de moins de 65 ans a droit au credit d'impdts 
fonciers fonde sur son cout d'habitation avant le 
mariage, a condition que ce cout d'habitation ne soit 
pas inclus dans la demande de subvention pour impdts 
fonciers de I'autre conjoint. 

b) Separation au cours de I'annee 
Conjoints de moins de 65 ans 

L'annee de la separation, chaque conjoint peut inclure 
ce qui suit dans le calcul du cout d'habitation: 

• sa part convenue du loyer ou des impdts fonciers 
pour la partie de I'annee precedant la separation at 

• le loyer ou les impdts fonciers apres la separation. 

L'un des conjoints a moins de 65 ans 

Dans les cas ou le conjoint de moins de 65 ans continue a 
habiter la residence principale apres la separation, il 
peut demander le credit d'impdts fonciers fonde sur son 
cout d'habitation depuis la date de la separation jusqu'a 
la fin de I'annee d'imposition. 



Oemandes de renseignements : 

Telephonez au Centre d'information du ministere du Revenu de I'Ontario. 

• Dans le Toronto metropolitan, composez 965-8470. 

. Si votre indicatif regional est 807, demandez a la telephoniste le Zenith 8-2000 (sans frais). 

• Dans toutes les autres regions de I'Ontario, composez 1-800-268-7121 (sans frais). 

Adresse postale 

• Ministere du Revenu, Direction du revenu garanti et du degrevement fiscal. Queen's Park, Toronto 
M7A2B3 

Vous pouvez obtenir, sur demande, une brochure renfermant des renseignements detailles. 



O. Reg. 63/83, Form 2. 



(2113) 



114 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 65/83 965 



PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 64/83. 

Restricted Areas — County of Ontario (now 
The Regional Municipality of Durham), 
Township of Pickering (now the Town 
of Pickering). 

Made— January 24th, 1983. 

Filed— January 26th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 102/72 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT 

1. Ontario Regulation 102/72 is amended 
adding thereto the following section: 



by 



30. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the land described in Schedule 17 may be used 
for the erection and use thereon of a single-family 
dwelling and buildings and structures accessory 
thereto provided the following requirements are met: 



Minimum front yard 
Minimum side yards 
Minimum rear yard 



12 metres 
3 metres 
12 metres 
O. Reg. 64/83, s. 1. 



2. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding thereto the following Schedule: 

Schedule 17 

That parcel of land situate in the Town of Pickering 
in The Regional Municipality of Durham, being that 
part of Lot 13 in Concession VHI designated as Part 1 
on a Reference Plan deposited in the Land Registry 
Office for the Registry Division of Durham (No. 40) as 
Number 40R-7071. O. Reg. 64/83, s. 2. 

D. P. McHugh 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

Central and Southwest 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

and Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 24th day of January, 1983. 



(2114) 



PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 65/83. 

Restricted Areas — County of Simcoe, 

Township of Nottawasaga. 
Made — January 24th, 1983. 
Filed— January 26th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 675 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1970 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT 

1. Regulation 675 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1970 is amended by adding thereto the 
following sections: 

174. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the land described in Schedule 335 may be used 
for the erection and use thereon of a single-family 
dwelling and buildings and structures accessory 
thereto provided the following requirements are met: 



Minimum front and rear 
yards 

Minimum side yards 



Maximum height of 
dwelling 

Maximum lot coverage 

Minimum ground floor 
area of dwelling 



7.6 metres 

3 metres on one 

side and 
1.2 metres on the 

other side 



9.1 metres 
15 per cent 



one storey — 
93 square metres 
one and one-half 
storeys or more — 
69.8 square metres 

O. Reg. 65/83, s. 1, part. 

175. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the land described in Schedule 336 may be used 
for the erection and use thereon of a seasonal dwelling 
and buildings and structures accessory thereto pro- 
vided the following requirements are met: 



Minimum front and rear 
yards 

Minimum side yards 



Maximum height of 
seasonal dwelling 

Maximum lot coverage 

Minimum ground floor 
area of seasonal dwel- 
ling 



7.6 metres 

3 metres on one 

side and 
1.2 metres on the 

other side 



9.1 metres 
15 per cent 



one storey — 
93 square metres 
one and one-half 
storeys or more — 
69.8 square metres 

O. Reg. 65/83, s. I, part. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 67/83 



2. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding thereto the following Schedules: 

Schedule 335 

That parcel of land situate in the Township of Not- 
tawasaga in the County of Simcoe, being that part of 
Lot 35 in Concession VI more particularly described as 
follows: 

Commencing at a point which point is the southwest- 
erly angle of the said Lot; 

Thence northerly along the westerly limit thereof a 
distance of 250 feet to a point; 

Thence easterly on a line parallel with the southerly 
limit of the said Lot a distance of 380 feet to a point; 

Thence southerly on a line parallel with the westerly 
limit of the said Lot a distance of 250 feet to a point, 
which said point is in the southerly limit of the said 
Lot; 

Thence westerly along the said southerly limit a 
distance of 380 feet to the point of commencement. 
O. Reg. 65/83, s. 2, part. 

Schedule 336 

That parcel of land situate in the Township of Not- 
tawasaga in the County of Simcoe, being those parts 
of Lot 35 in Concession TV more particularly described 
as lots 47 and 48 on a Plan registered in the Land 
Registry Office for the Registry Division of Simcoe 
(No. 51) as Number 1391. O. Reg. 65/83, s. 2, part. 

D. P. McHugh 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

Central and Southwest 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

and Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 24th day of January, 1983. 

(2115) 7 

FARM PRODUCTS MARKETING ACT 

O. Reg. 66/83. 
Seed Corn — Plan. 
Made— January 20th, 1983. 
Filed— January 26th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 376 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO 

MADE UNDER THE 

FARM PRODUCTS MARKETING ACT 



1980 



1. Section 1 of Regulation 376 of Revised Regula- 
tions of Ontario, 1980 is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 



1. The plan in the Schedule is continued for the 
control and regulation of the producing and marketing 
within Ontario of seed-corn. O. Reg. 66/83, s. 1. 

2 . Section 3 of the Schedule to the said Regulation 
is revoked and the following substituted there- 
for: 

3. This plan provides for the control and regulation 
in any or all respects of the producing and marketing 
within Ontario of seed-corn. 

(2116) 7 

FARM PRODUCTS MARKETING ACT 

O. Reg. 67/83. 
Seed Corn — Marketing. 
Made — January 21st, 1983. 
Filed — January 26th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 377 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

FARM PRODUCTS MARKETING ACT 

1. Section 2 of Regulation 377 of Revised Regula- 
tions of Ontario, 1980 is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

2. This Regulation provides for the control and 
regulation in any or all respects of the producing and 
marketing within Ontario of seed corn, including the 
prohibition of such marketing in whole or in part. 
O. Reg. 67/83, s. 1. 

2. Subsection 8 (1) of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(1) Every producer shall pay to the local board licence 
fees at the rate of $2 for each acre or fraction thereof 
of female seed corn produced by him. O. Reg. 67/83, 
s. 2. 

3. The said Regulation is amended by adding 
thereto the following sections: 

13a. — (1) Where the negotiating agency has met 
and does not arrive at an agreement respecting any 
matter referred to it or any matter that it is empowered 
to adopt or settle by agreement, the negotiating agency 
may refer the matters in dispute to a conciliation 
board. 

(2) A conciliation board shall be composed of three 
members. 

(3) One member shall be appointed by the members 
of the negotiating agency appointed by the local board 
and one other member shall be appointed by the mem- 
bers of the negotiating agency appointed by the dea 
ers. 



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O. Reg. 69/83 967 



(4) Where two members are appointed to a concili- 
ation board in accordance with subsection (3), the two 
members so appointed shall appoint a third member to 
the conciliation board. 

(5) The negotiating agency shall submit to the con- 
ciliation board a statement or statements of the matters 
in dispute. 

(6) The conciliation board shall, 

(a) endeavour to effect agreement on any matter 
referred to it under subsection (5); and 

(ft) recommend adoption of any agreement 
effected under clause (a) to the negotiating 
agency. O. Reg. 67/83, s. 3, part. 



17. — (1) Dealers as a group and the local board are 
the parties to the arbitration. 

(2) Each party shall appoint a representative for 
purposes of the meeting and shall advise the Arbitra- 
tion Board of its appointment prior to the meeting. 

(3) The meeting shall be open to registered growers 
and licensed dealers. 

(4) The Arbitration Board shall give full opportun- 
ity to the parties to present their evidence and make 
their submissions but no evidence or submissions may 
be presented or made except under the direction of the 
party's representative. 

(5) Witnesses shall be examined on oath. 

(6) Deliberations of the Arbitration Board prior to 
making an award shall be in private. O. Reg. 67/83, 
s. 3, part. 



The Farm Products Marketing Board: 

John C. McMurchy 
Chairman 

Cheryl Cheeseman 
Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 21st day of January, 1983. 

(2117) 7 



SHEEP AND WOOL MARKETING 
ACT, 1981 

O. Reg. 68/83. 

Licence Fees. 

Made — January 20th, 1983. 

Filed— January 26th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 146/82 

MADE UNDER THE 

SHEEP AND WOOL MARKETING ACT, 1981 

1. Section 3 of Ontario Regulation 146/82 is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

3. The licence fees payable in respect of a licence 
in Form 1 shall be 1 per cent of the sale price of the 
sheep or wool. O. Reg. 68/83, s. 1. 

2. This Regulation comes into force on the 1st day 
of February, 1983. 

(2118) 7 



GENERAL WELFARE ASSISTANCE ACT 

O. Reg. 69/83. 

General. 

Made— January 27th, 1983. 

Filed — January 28th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 441 OF REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

GENERAL WELFARE ASSISTANCE ACT 

1. Item 15 of Schedule C to Regulation 441 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as made by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 722/82, is revoked and the following substituted therefor 



15. From and including the 1st day of November, 
1982 up to and including the 31st day of January, 

1983 14.72 

16. From and including the 1st day of February. 

1983 15.00 



39.00 



39.00 



61.00 



61.00 



33.20 



33.20 



(2119) 



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O. Reg. 70/83 



ONTARIO MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEES 
RETIREMENT SYSTEM ACT 

O. Reg. 70/83. 

General. 

Made — January 27th, 1983. 

Filed— January 28th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 724 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

ONTARIO MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEES 

RETIREMENT SYSTEM ACT 

1.— (1) Subclause 1 (d) (i) of Regulation 724 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(i) a period between employment by one 
participating employer and employ- 
ment by another or the same par- 
ticipating employer if the member has 
not received a refund of contributions 
under section 18, 

(2) Subclause 1 (d) (v) of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(v) in the case of a member who is a 
councillor, a period between a term of 
council with one participating em- 
ployer and a term of council with 
another or the same participating 
employer if the member has not 
received a refund of contributions 
under section 18, 

(3) Clause 1 (/) of the said Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

(/) "credited service" means the service of a 
member for which contributions under sec- 
tion 9 have been made and have not been 
refunded and includes any service estab- 
lished for a member in accordance with sec- 
tions 13, 22 and 23; 

2. Clause 3 (1) (d) of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(d) may borrow from time to time, as approved 
by the Board, such sums as are necessary to 
meet the needs of the Board; 

3. Subsection S (3) of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(3) An employer shall provide the executive-director 
with the name, sex, date of birth, marital status, 
earnings and service of each member and such other 
information as may be necessary for the administration 
of the System, within such time limit as the Board may 
establish. O. Reg. 70/83, s. 3. 



4. — (1) Clause 7 (2) (a) of the said Regulation, as 
remade by subsection 2 (1) of Ontario Regula- 
tion 641/81, is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor: 

(a) if his employment on a continuous full-time 
basis commenced before the date on which 
the agreement is terminated or before the 1st 
day of July, 1968, whichever is earlier, shall 
become a member on or after a day fixed by 
the employer after the 31st day of December, 
1980, if, 

(i) 75 per cent of such employees who are 
under normal retirement age at any 
time apply or have applied to become 
members, or 

(ii) membership in the System is a condi- 
tion of or required by the bargaining 
agreement; 

(2) Subsection 7 (7) of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(7) If a member transfers to the service of another 
employer, this section and sections 6, 9 and 10 apply as 
if he had not been a member before his transfer. 
O. Reg. 70/83, s. 4 (2). 

5. — (1) Subsection 9 (5) of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(5) A member who does not make a contribution to 
the Fund under subsection (1) during an absence that 
is an absence described in subclause 1 (d) (hi) may 
establish the period of the absence as credited service 
by paying to his employer for payment into the Fund 
on a date specified by the board an amount equal to 
the amount of contribution calculated in accordance 
with subsection (2) as if the annual rate of contributory 
earnings of the member on the day immediately pre- 
ceding the absence had been received by the member 
during the absence. O. Reg. 70/83, s. 5 (1). 

(2) Subsection 9 (8) of the said Regulation, exclus- 
ive of the clauses, is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 

(8) A member who did not make a contribution to 
the Fund under subsection (1) during an absence that 
was an absence described in subclause 1 (d) (ii) or (iv) 
may establish the period of the absence as credited 
service by paying into the Fund an amount equal to 
twice the amount of contribution calculated in accord- 
ance with subsection (2) as if the annual rate of con- 
tributory earnings of the member on the day 
immediately preceding the absence had been received 
by the member during the absence and, 



— (1) Subsection 1 1 (4) of the said Regulation, as 
remade by subsection 3 (1) of Ontario Regula- 
tion 641/81, is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor: 



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969 



(4) The normal retirement age of a member who, 

(o) is contributing to the Fund on the basis of a 
normal retirement age of sixty years; 

(ft) previously contributed to the Fund on the 
basis of a normal retirement age of sixty-five 
years; and 

(c) has not withdrawn from the Fund any of the 
contributions referred to in clause (b), 

shall be deemed to be sixty years for his entire period of 
credited service, and the period of his credited service 
while his normal retirement age was sixty-five years 
shall be reduced on the same percentage basis as an 
early retirement pension under subsection 16 (6) unless 
a payment is made by or in respect of the member to 
the Fund in a manner and under terms and conditions 
satisfactory* to the Board of an amount equal to the 
difference between the present value as determined by 
the Board on the advice of the actuary of, 

(d) the pension earned based on the credited ser- 
vice while the member's normal retirement 
age was sixty-five years and his projected 
contributory earnings to a normal retirement 
age of sixty years; and 

(e) the pension earned based on the credited ser- 
vice while the member's normal retirement 
age was sixty-five years and his projected 
contributory earnings to a normal retirement 
age of sixty-five years, 

and for the purposes of this subsection, the projected 
contributory earnings of the member shall be calcu- 
lated by the executive-director on the advice of the 
actuary. O. Reg. 70/83, s. 6 (1). 

(2) Clause 11 (S) (a) of the said Regulation, as 
made by subection 3 (2) of Ontario Regulation 
641/81, is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor: 

(a) is contributing to the Fund on the basis of a 
normal retirement age of sixty-five years; 

(3) Subsection 11 (6) of the said Regulation, as 
made by subsection 3 (2) of Ontario Regulation 
641/81, is revoked. 

7. Subsection 13 (6) of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(6) On the date a member ceases to be considered to 
be totally disabled he shall be deemed to cease to be an 
employee of his most recent employer. O. Reg. 
70/83, s. 7. 

8. Subsection IS (5) of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 



(5) Notwithstanding subsection (2), where a mem- 
ber who has not made an election under subsection 



(4) is once again required to become a member under 
clause 7 (1) (&) or (c), the member shall cease to be 
entitled to receive the deferred pension under this 
section. O. Reg. 70/83, s. 8. 

9. Section 16 of the said Regulation is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor: 

16. — (1) In this section, "eligible service" means the 
service of a member with an employer eligible to par- 
ticipate in the System that is not credited service. 

(2) If a member ceases to be an employee or coun- 
cillor of an employer participating in the System 
within the ten year period before his normal retirement 
age for reasons other than his death, the member may 
elect, in lieu of a deferred pension under section 15, to 
receive an early retirement pension. 

(3) An early retirement pension under this section is 
payable to the member for his life commencing on the 
first day of the month following the month in which, 

(a) he ceases to be an employee or councillor, if 
written notice of the election is received in 
the offices of the Board before the day six 
months after the day on which he ceases to be 
an employee or councillor; or 

(b) the election is received in the offices of the 
Board, if written notice of the election is 
received on or after the day six months after 
the day on which he ceases to be an employee 
or councillor. 

(4) The annual amount of early retirement pension 
payable to a member under this section shall be the 
annual amount of pension calculated in the manner 
prescribed in section 12 if at the date of such early 
retirement the age of the member counted in com- 
pleted years and months plus the credited service and 
eligible service of the member counted in completed 
years and months equal a sum of at least ninety com- 
pleted years. 

(5) If at the date of early retirement the member is 
not eligible to receive an early retirement pension 
under subsection (4), the annual amount of early 
retirement pension payable to the member under this 
section shall be the annual amount of pension calcu- 
lated in the manner prescribed in section 12 reduced at 
the rate of 5 per cent for each year by which the age of 
the member in completed years and months is less than 
the normal retirement age of the member at the begin- 
ning of the month in which the member commences to 
receive the early retirement pension. 

(6) Where a member who is entitled to receive a 
deferred pension under section IS elects in lieu thereof 
to receive an early retirement pension under this sec- 
tion, the annual amount of pension payable to the 
member under this section shall be, 

(a) the amount determined under subsection (4) 
or (5) as the case may be if the entitlement to 



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receive a deferred pension under section IS is 
established on or after the 1st day of January, 
1983 and within the ten-year period before 
his normal retirement age; or 

(b) in all other cases, the amount that is actuari- 
ally equivalent to the annual amount of pen- 
sion payable to the member under subsection 
IS (3), 

and the early retirement pension is payable to the 
member for life commencing on the first day of the 
month following the month in which written notice of 
the election is received in the offices of the Board. 

(7) For the purpose of determining under subsection 
(4) whether the age of the member counted in com- 
pleted years and months plus the credited service and 
eligible service of the member counted in completed 
years and months equals a sum of at least ninety com- 
pleted years, a member employed on other than a con- 
tinuous full-time basis shall be deemed to have com- 
pleted a year of credited service and eligible service for 
each year during which he has credited and eligible 
service totalling less than a full year. O. Reg. 70/83, 
s. 9. 

10. Subsection 17 (2) of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(2) Where a member who is in receipt of a pension 
becomes an employee of an employer and is once again 
required to become a member under clause 7 (1) (b) or 
(c), the payment of the pension shall cease during the 
period of the employment unless the member has 
attained seventy-one years of age and if the member 
was in receipt of an early retirement pension under 
section 16 there shall be an adjustment, determined by 
the Board on the advice of the actuary, to any future 
pension to be paid to the member to recognize the 
amount of pension paid to the member prior to his 
again becoming a member of the System. O. Reg. 
70/83, s. 10. 

11. Subsection 21 (7) of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(7) Every agreement entered into under subsection 
(1) before the 31st day of December, 1982 shall be 
terminated on that date and the benefits and funds 
held under the agreement shall be transferred to a 
supplementary agreement under section 23 in a man- 
ner satisfactory to the Board on the advice of the 
actuary, but under no circumstances shall the benefit 
of a member be diminished as the result of such trans- 
fer. O. Reg. 70/83, s. 11. 

12. Section 23 of the said Regulation, as amended 
by section 6 of Ontario Regulation 641/81, is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

23. — (1) Every employer who has elected to par- 
ticipate in the System may, by by-law or resolution 
filed with the executive-director, enter into or amend 
an agreement with the Board for the payment of 



supplementary benefits from the Fund in respect of all 
or any class of the employees of the employer, or in 
respect of councillors of the employer, who are or 
become members and for this purpose employees to 
whom a bargaining agreement applies shall constitute 
a class of employees. 

(2) Where an employer has entered or enters into 
an agreement under subsection (1) to provide 
supplementary benefits for all prior service for 
employees or any class of employees, the employer 
may provide in the agreement for optional service or 
any part thereof for the employees or the class of 
employees. 

(3) The form and content of a supplementary 
agreement shall be determined by the Board but in any 
event each such agreement shall provide that, 

(a) subject to subsection (11), the Board, on the 
advice of the actuary, shall determine the 
amount of the contributions to be paid by an 
employer to the Fund and the manner of 
payment of such contributions to provide the 
supplementary benefits under such agree- 
ment; and 

(b) section 18 applies to the contribution paid by 
a member under a supplementary agreement. 

(4) Where a supplementary agreement in force on 
the 31st day of December, 1982 provides for a pension 
benefit of a member to be calculated in the manner as 
prescribed in subsection 12 (4) substituting prior ser- 
vice for credited service, the prior service of the 
member shall be deemed to be credited service. 

(5) A supplementary agreement in force on the 31st 
day of December, 1982 that provides a fixed amount of 
pension benefit payable to the member on his normal 
retirement date shall be deemed to provide that the 
fixed amount of pension shall be paid on the same 
terms and conditions and coincident with the payment 
of a pension to the member under sections 12, 13, 14, 
15 or 16 and that the fixed amount of such pension 
may be increased from time to time by the Board on 
the advice of the actuary. 

(6) On and after the 1st day of January, 1983 an 
employer may enter into a supplementary agreement 
or may amend an agreement referred to in subsection 
(5) to provide for a full pension benefit or a portion of a 
pension benefit of a member calculated in the manner 
as prescribed in subsection 12 (4) substituting prior 
service for credited service, and, 

(a) if the agreement provides for a full pension 
benefit, the prior service of the member shall 
be deemed to be credited service; and 

(b) if the agreement provides for a portion of the 
pension benefit, the portion shall be paid 
under the same terms and conditions and 
coincident with the payment of a pension to 
the member under sections 12, 13, 14, 15 or 
16. 



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971 



(7) A supplementary agreement in force on the 3 1st 
day of December, 1982 shall be deemed to be amended 
as of the 1st day of January, 1983, until such time as it 
is amended in fact, to accord with the form and con- 
tent of such agreement as determined by the Board 
under subsection (3). 

(8) An early retirement pension shall be payable to a 
member under a supplementary agreement only if, 

(a) the early retirement occurs after completion 
of thirty years of service with the employer; 
or 

(ft) the member is declared by the employer to be 
unable to perform the duties of his employ- 
ment due to mental or physical incapacity, 

but only to the extent that the pension exceeds any 
amount payable to the member under section 16. 

(9) For the purposes of subsection (8), service with 
the employer includes, 

(a) credited service established with the 
employer under sections 9 and 13 and under 
this section; and 

(ft) plan credited service as defined and estab- 
lished in a supplementary agreement, and 
plan credited service may include credited 
service established by the member while 
employed by an employer other than his cur- 
rent employer and credited service estab- 
lished under subsections 22 (2) and (3). 

(10) A member with a normal retirement age of 
sixty-five years who on the 31st day of December, 1982 
was employed by an employer who had entered into a 
supplementary agreement providing for the payment 
of supplementary benefits to the member in the cir- 
cumstance described in clause (8) (a ) shall continue to 
be entitled to receive the supplementary benefits in 
such circumstance, but, 

(a) no supplementary agreement entered into 
after that date shall provide for any other 
member with normal retirement age of sixty- 
five years to be entitled to receive supple- 
mentary benefits in such circumstance; and 

(ft) every supplementary agreement entered into 
before that date shall be deemed to be 
amended to provide that no other member 
with a normal retirement age of sixty-five 
years shall be entitled to receive supple- 
mentary benefits in such circumstance. 

(11) Where optional service is provided for under a 
supplementary agreement a member may establish 
credit for any or all such service if he elects to purchase 
it and pays to the Board the cost of the service on terms 
satisfactory to the employer and the Board. 



(12) For the purposes of subsection (11) the cost of 
the service for which credit is established shall be, 



(a) for a member whose normal retirement age is 
sixty-five years, 1 1 per cent; or 

(ft) for a member whose normal retirement age is 
sixty years, 13 per cent, 

of the annual rate of salary authorized to be paid to 
him, 

(c) if his election is made within one year from 
the date he becomes entitled to elect under 
the agreement, on the most recent date on 
which he became employed by the employer; 



(rf) if his election is made after one year from the 
date he becomes entitled to do so under the 
agreement, at the time he makes the election, 

multiplied by his years or part years of optional service 
together with interest as determined by the Board on 
the advice of the actuary on the amount so calculated, 
compounded annually from the most recent date on 
which he became employed by the employer to the first 
day of the year in which he becomes entitled to make 
an election for optional service. 

(13) Where a member entided to receive a 
supplementary benefit under subsection (2), (4), (5) or 
(6) in respect of prior service is entided to receive a 
pension benefit under a previous pension plan or fund 
in respect of the same period of service, the annual 
amount of the pension benefit under the previous pen- 
sion plan or fund, as established on the later of the 31st 
day of December, 1982 or the effective date of an 
agreement under subsection (1), shall be deducted 
from any supplementary benefit payable under those 
subsections and, in the case of optional service, a 
reduction shall be made in the amount payable by the 
member under subsection (11) of an amount deter- 
mined to be appropriate by the Board on the advice of 
the actuary. 

(14) Member contributions towards the provision of 
a benefit under subsection (8) shall cease to be made to 
the Fund under a supplementary agreement as of the 
31st day of December, 1982 and the amount of 
accumulated contributions of a member plus interest 
thereon at a rate determined by the Board shall be 
placed to the credit of the member in the Fund to 
provide a benefit to be determined by the Board on the 
advice of the actuary to be paid to or in respect of the 
member in addition to and under the same terms and 
conditions as any other benefit payable to or in respect 
of the member under this Regulation, provided how- 
ever that, on or after a date to be designated by the 
Board, the member may elect to revoke his credit in 
the Fund and have the amount of the credit transfer- 
red to a registered retirement savings plan of the 
member. 

(15) Notwithstanding subsection (13), where an 
employer was not making a contribution based on a 
percentage of contributory earnings under a supple- 
mentary agreement for the provision of a benefit 



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O. Reg. 72/83 



under subsection (8) on the 31st day of December, 
1982, the employer may make the contribution on and 
after the 1st day of January, 1983 and if the employer 
does not make the contribution the members covered 
under the supplementary agreement shall make the 



contribution commencing on the 1st day of January, 
1983. O. Reg. 70/83, s. 12. 

(2120) 7 



CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS ACT 

O. Reg. 71/83. 

General. 

Made — January 27th, 1983. 

Filed— January 28th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 95 OF REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS ACT 



1. Item IS of Table 1 of Regulation 95 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as made by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 720/82, is revoked and the following substituted therefor: 



15. From and including the 1st day of 
November, 1982 up to and including the 
31st day of January, 1983 



14.72 



39.00 



24.72 



61.00 



26.95 



16. From and including the 1st day of Feb- 
ruary, 1983 



15.00 



39.00 



27.30 



61.00 



26.95 



(2121) 



HOMES FOR THE AGED AND REST HOMES ACT 

O. Reg. 72/83. 

General. 

Made — January 27th, 1983. 

Filed— January 28th, 1983. 






REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 502 OF REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HOMES FOR THE AGED AND REST HOMES ACT 



1. Item 15 of Table 1 of Regulation 502 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as made by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 723/82, is revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

15. From the 1st day of November, 1982 up to and 

including the 31st day of January, 1983 14.72 37.00 24.72 61.00 

16. From the 1st day of February, 1983 15.00 37.00 27.30 61.00 



(2122) 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 75/83 973 



FAMILY BENEFITS ACT 

O. Reg. 73/83. 

General. 

Made — January 27th, 1983. 

Filed— January 28th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 318 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

FAMILY BENEFITS ACT 

1. Subclause 12 (5) (e) (i) of Regulation 318 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as 
remade by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 72 1/ 
82, is revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

(i) $15 a day, or 

2. This Regulation comes into force on the 1st day 
of February, 1983. 

(2123) 7 



EDUCATION ACT 

O. Reg. 74/83. 

District Combined Separate School 

Zones. 
Made — January 27th, 1983. 
Filed— January 28th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 259 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

EDUCATION ACT 

1. Sub-subparagraph D of subparagraph i of 
paragraph 1 of Schedule 1 1 to Regulation 259 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as 
remade by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 419/ 
82, is revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

D. the geographic townships of 
Badgerow, Beaucage, Blyth, 

Clarkson, Commanda, Crerar. Eddy, 
Falconer, French, Gibbons, Glad- 
man, Grant, Hammell, Hugel, Jocko, 
Kirkpatrick, Loudon, Lyman, Mac- 
pherson, Merrick, Notman, Pedley, 



Pentland, Phelps, Poitras and Wyse, 
and 



(2124) 



APPRENTICESHIP AND TRADESMEN'S 
QUALIFICATION ACT 

O. Reg. 75/83. 

General. 

Made — January- 27th, 1983. 

Filed— January- 28th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 36 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

APPRENTICESHIP AND TRADESMEN'S 

QUALIFICATION ACT 

1. Section 23 of Regulation 36 of Revised Regula- 
tions of Ontario, 1980, is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

23. — (1) Where a certificate of qualification that is 
in force on the 31st day of January-, 1983, expires and 
is renewed, it shall be renewed for a period of three 
years from the date of expiry and any subsequent 
renewal shall be for a period of three years. 

(2) Unless otherwise prescribed by regulation, 
where a certificate of qualification issued on or after 
the 1st day of February, 1983, expires and is renewed, 
it shall be renewed for a period of three years from the 
date of expiry and any subsequent renewal shall be for 
a period of three years. 

(3) A certificate of qualification may be renewed by 
the holder upon application and payment of the pre- 
scribed fee to the Director. 

(4) Upon renewal of a certificate of qualification, a 
seal provided by the Director indicating the year for 
which the certificate is renewed shall forthwith upon 
its receipt by the applicant be affixed to the certificate 
of qualification in the space provided thereon. 
O. Reg. 75/83, s. 1. 

2 . Paragraph 5 of section 28 of the said Regulation 
is revoked and the following substituted there- 
for: 

5. Except as is provided for in paragraph 6, 
for an initial certificate of qualification 
or a renewal of a certificate of qualifica- 
tion $25 

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1029 



Publications Under The Regulations Act 



February 19th. 1983 



LOCAL ROADS BOARDS ACT 

O. Reg. 76/83. 

Establishment of Local Roads Areas 

— Northern and Eastern Region. 
Made— January 27th, 1983. 
Filed— January 31st, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 598 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

LOCAL ROADS BOARDS ACT 

1. Schedule 1 to Regulation 598 of Revised Regu- 
lations of Ontario, 1980, as remade by section 1 
of Ontario Regulation 88/81 , is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 

Schedule 1 

PHELPS LOCAL ROADS AREA 

All of the Township of Phelps in the Territorial 
District of Nipissing including, 



(a) part of, 

(i) the Mattawa River, 

(ii) Turtle Lake, and 

(ill) Talon Lake; and 

(6) offshore islands in the waters of the Mattawa 
River referred to in clause (a), 

shown outlined on Ministry of Transportation and 
Communications Plan N-1064-6, filed with the Infor- 
mation Management Office of the Ministry of Trans- 
portation and Communications at Toronto on the 19th 
day of January, 1983. O. Reg. 76/83, s. 1. 

2. Schedule 26 to the said Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

Schedule 26 

THORNE LOCAL ROADS AREA 

All those portions of the Township of Poitras in the 
Territorial District of Nipissing shown outlined on 



Ministry of Transportation and Communications Plan 
N-437-4, filed with the Information Management 
Office of the Ministry of Transportation and Com- 
munications at Toronto on the 19th day of January, 
1983. O. Reg. 76/83, s. 2. 

3. Schedule 31 to the said Regulation is revoked. 

4. Schedule 42 to the said Regulation, as remade 
by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 546/81, is 
revoked. 

5. Schedule 43 to the said Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

Schedule 43 

SABINE LOCAL ROADS AREA 

All those portions of the townships of Sabine and 
Lyell in the Territorial District of Nipissing shown 
outlined on Ministry of Transportation and Communi- 
cations Plan N-834-C4, filed with the Information 
Management Office of the Ministry of Transportation 
and Communications at Toronto on the 17th day of 
December, 1982. O. Reg. 76/83, s. 5. 

6. Schedule 115 to the said Regulation, as made 
by section 5 of Ontario Regulation 265/82, is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

Schedule 115 

YELLOW STONE ROAD LOCAL 
ROADS AREA 

All those portions of the Township of Lyman in the 
Territorial District of Nipissing shown outlined on 
Ministry of Transportation and Communications Plan 
N-534-B2, filed with the Information Management 
Office of the Ministry of Transportation and Com- 
munications at Toronto on the 19th day of January, 
1983. O. Reg. 76/83, s. 6. 

J. W. Snow 

Minister of Transportation 

and Communications 

Dated at Toronto, this 27th day of January, 1983. 
(2126) 8 



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1032 O. Reg. 78/83 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

NURSING HOMES ACT 

O. Reg. 78/83. 

General. 

Made— January 27th, 1983. 

Filed— January 31st, 1983. 



O. Reg. 80/83 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 690 OF REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

NURSING HOMES ACT 

1. Item 9 of Table 1 of Regulation 690 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as made by section 1 
of Ontario Regulation 734/82, is revoked and the following substituted therefor: 



9. On or after the 1st day of November, 1982, 
but before the 1st day of February, 1983. 

10. On or after the 1st day of February, 1983. 



(2128) 



MILK ACT 

O. Reg. 79/83. 

Marketing of Milk to Fluid Milk 

Processors. 
Made— January 27th, 1983. 
Filed— January 31st, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 541/81 

MADE UNDER THE 

MILK ACT 

1. Subsection IS (10) of Ontario Regulation 
541/81, as remade by section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 591/82, is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 

(10) All Class 5a milk supplied to a processor shall 
be sold by the marketing board and bought by the 
processor for not less than a minimum price of $35.50 
per hectolitre for milk containing 3.6 kilograms of 
milk-fat per hectolitre. O. Reg. 79/83, s. 1. 

2. This Regulation comes into force on the 1st day 
of February, 1983. 

The Ontario Milk Marketing Board: 

Kenneth McKinnon 
Chairman 

H. Parker 

Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 27th day of January, 1983. 
(2129) 8 



$447.72 
$456.24 



$14.72 
$15.00 



MILK ACT 

O. Reg. 80/83. 

Milk Producers, Licences, Quotas, Pools 

and Transportation. 
Made— January 27th, 1983. 
Filed— January 31st, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 45/82 

MADE UNDER THE 

MILK ACT 

1. Subsections 5 (1) and (2) of Ontario Regulation 
45/82 are revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

(1) Subject to subsection (2), every producer shall 
pay licence fees at the rate of 65.6 cents for each 
hectolitre or fraction thereof of milk sold to the 
marketing board. 

(2) Every producer in the Northern Ontario Pool, 
the Northwestern Ontario Pool, the Southern Ontario 
Pool and the Thunder Bay Pool shall pay licence fees 
at the rate of 65.6 cents for each hectolitre or fraction 
thereof of milk sold to the marketing board. O. Reg. 
80/83, s. 1. 

2. This Regulation comes into force on the" 1st day 
of February, 1983. 

The Ontario Milk Marketing Board: 

Kenneth McKinnon 
Chairman 

H. Parker 

Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 27th day of January, 1983. 
(2130) 8 



128 






O. Reg. 81/83 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 83/83 1033 

MILK ACT (a) the Building Code Act, R.S.O. 1980, c. SI; 



O. Reg. 81/83. 
Industrial Milk — Marketing. 
Made— January 27th, 1983. 
Filed— January- 31st, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 623 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

MILK ACT 

1. Subsection 13 (6) of Regulation 623 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as remade by 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 592/82, is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor. 

(6) All Class 5a milk supplied to a processor shall be 
sold by the marketing board and bought by the proces- 
sor for not less than a minimum price of $35.50 per 
hectolitre for milk containing 3.6 kilograms of milk-fat 
per hectolitre. O. Reg. 81/83, s. 1. 

2. This Regulation comes into force on the 1st day 
of February, 1983. 

The Ontario Milk Marketing Board: 

Kenneth McKinnon 
Chairman 

H. Parker 
Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 27th day of January, 1983. 

(2131) 8 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL ACT 

O. Reg. 82/83. 

Transfer of Administration of Acts. 

Building Code Act and part of Ontario 
Water Resources Act transferred from 
Minister of Consumer and Commercial 
Relations to Minister of Municipal 
Affairs and Housing. 

Made — January 27th, 1983. 

Filed— February 1st, 1983. 



ORDER LN COUNCIL 



O.C. 222/83 



On the recommendation of the undersigned, the 
Lieutenant Governor, by and with the advice and con- 
currence of the Executive Council, orders that effec- 
tive February 1st, 1983, administration of and all 
powers and duties in relation to, 



(b) the Ontario Water Resources Act, RS.O. 
1980, c. 361, ss. 44 (2) (a), (b) and (c); 45; 46; 
47 and 48; and 

(c) all regulations made under the aforesaid 
statutory enactments, 

shall be and they are hereby assigned and transferred 
from the Minister of Consumer and Commercial Rela- 
tions to the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Hous- 
ing. O. Reg. 82/83. 



Recommended 



Concurred 



R G. Elgie 

Minister of Consumer 

and Commercial Relations 

Lorne C. Henderson 
Chairman 



Approved and Ordered on January 27th, 1983. 



John B. Aird 
Lieutenant Governor 



Certified to be a true copy. 



Jay A. Saint 
Assistant Clerk, Executive Council 



(2136) 



PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 83/83. 

Restricted Areas — District of Timiskam- 
ing, Town of Charlton, the Township of 
Chamberlain and the geographic 
townships of Boston, Dack. Evanturel, 
Lebel, Marquis, Marter, McElroy, Otto 
and Pacaud. 

Made — January 21st, 1983. 

Filed— February 1st, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 671 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1970 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT 

1. Regulation 671 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1970 is amended by adding thereto the 
following section: 

47. Notwithstanding section 7, the land described 
in Schedule 45 may be used for the erection and use 
thereon of a single-family dwelling and buildings and 
structures accessory thereto. O. Reg. 83/83, s. 1. 

2. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding thereto the following Schedule: 



129 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 84/83 



Schedule 45 

That parcel of land situate in the Township of Dack 
in the Territorial District of Timiskaming, being that 
part of Lot 4 according to a Plan registered in the Land 
Registry Office for the Land Titles Division of Timis- 
kaming (No. 54) as Number M-2 14 designated as Parts 
3, 4 and 5 on a Plan deposited in the said Land Regis- 
try Office as Number 54R-2520. O. Reg. 83/83, s. 2. 

L. J. FlNCHAM 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

and Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 21st day of January, 1983. 

(2137) 8 

NIAGARA ESCARPMENT PLANNING 
AND DEVELOPMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 84/83. 

Designation of Area of Development 

Control. 
Made— January 26th, 1983. 
Filed— February 2nd, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 683 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

NIAGARA ESCARPMENT PLANNING AND 

DEVELOPMENT ACT 

1. Paragraph 36 of the Schedule to Regulation 683 
of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

36. In the Town of Caledon in The Regional 
Municipality of Peel described as follows: 

Beginning at the intersection of the south- 
westerly boundary of the Town of Caledon 
and the southwesterly prolongation of the 
southeasterly limit of Lot 1 in Concession VI 
West of Hurontario Street of the former 
Township of Caledon: 

Thence northeasterly to and along the south- 
easterly limit of that Lot to the easterly angle 
of that Lot; 

Thence northwesterly along the northeasterly 
limit of lots 1 and 2 in the said Concession to 
the northerly angle of the said Lot 2; 

Thence northeasterly to and along the south- 
easterly limit of Lot 3 in Concession V West 
of Hurontario Street to the easterly angle of 
that Lot; 



Thence northwesterly along the northeasterly 
limit of that Lot to the northerly angle of that 
Lot; 

Thence northeasterly to and along the south- 
easterly limit of Lot 4 in Concession IV West 
of Hurontario Street to the northerly angle of 
that Lot; 

Thence northwesterly along the northeasterly 
limit of lots 4, 5 and 6 in the said Concession 
to the northerly angle of that Lot 6; 

Thence southwesterly along the southeasterly 
limit of Lot 7 in the said Concession to the 
southwesterly limit of the easterly half of the 
said Lot; 

Thence northwesterly along that southwest- 
erly limit to the northwesterly limit of the 
said Lot 7; 

Thence southwesterly along the northwest- 
erly limit of Lot 7 in concessions IV and V to 
the southwesterly limit of the easterly half of 
Lot 8 in the said Concession V; 

Thence northwesterly to and along the 
northeasterly limit of the westerly half of the 
said Lot 8 to the northwesterly limit of the 
said Lot; 

Thence southwesterly along that northwest- 
erly limit of the westerly angle of the said 
Lot; 

Thence northwesterly along the southwest- 
erly limit of lots 9 and 10 in the said Conces- 
sion to the southeasterly limit of Regional 
Road Number 11; 

Thence southwesterly along the southeasterly 
limit of the said Road to the centre line of the 
said Concession VI; 

Thence northwesterly along the said centre 
line to the northwesterly limit of the south- 
erly half of Lot 1 1 in the said Concession; 

Thence northeasterly along that northwest- 
erly limit to the northeasterly limit of the said 
Lot; 

Thence northwesterly along the northeasterly 
limit of lots 11, 12, 13, 14 and 15 in the said 
Concession to the northerly angle of Lot 15; 

Thence northeasterly to and along the 
northwesterly limit of Lot 15 in concessions 
V, IV and HI West of Hurontario Street to 
the southwesterly limit of the right of way of 
the Canadian Pacific Railways; 

Thence northwesterly along the southwest- 
erly limit of the said right of way to the 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



1035 



southeasterly limit of Lot 22 in the said Con- 
cession; 

Thence northeasterly along the southeasterly 
limit of the said Lot to the southwesterly limit 
of the easterly half of the said Lot; 

Thence northwesterly along the centre line of 
the said Concession to a point distant 30 
metres measured southeasterly therealong 
from the southeasterly limit of the King's 
Highway No. 136; 

Thence northeasterly and parallel with the 
southeasterly limit of the said Highway 100 
metres to a point; 

Thence northwesterly and parallel with the 
said centre line of the said Concession 30 
metres to the southeasterly limit of the said 
Highway; 

Thence northeasterly along the said south- 
easterly limit to the northeasterly limit of the 
said Concession; 

Thence southeasterly along the northeasterly 
limit of the said Concession to the northerly 
angle of Lot 16 in the said Concession; 

Thence northeasterly to and along the 
northwesterly limit of the westerly half of Lot 
16 in Concession H West of Hurontario 
Street to the northerly angle of the south- 
westerly half of the said Lot; 

Thence southeasterly along the said north- 
easterly limit to the southeasterly limit of the 
said Lot; 

Thence northeasterly along the southeasterly 
limit of Lot 16 in concessions H and I West of 
Hurontario Street to the easterly angle of the 
westerly half of Lot 16 in the said Concession 
I; 

Thence southeasterly to and along the 
southwesterly limit of the easterly half of Lot 
15 in the said Concession to the southeasterly 
limit of the said Lot; 

Thence northeasterly along the southeasterly 
limit of Lot IS in Concession I West of 
Hurontario Street and Concession I East of 
Hurontario Street to the easterly angle of Lot 
15 in the said Concession I East; 

Thence southeasterly along the northeasterly 
limit of Lot 14 in the said Concession to the 
easterly angle of the said Lot; 

Thence northeasterly to and along the south- 
easterly limit of Lot 14 in concessions n and 
III East of Hurontario Street to the easterly 
angle of the westerly half of Lot 14 in the said 
Concession HI; 



Thence northwesterly along the northeasterly 
limit of the westerly half of the said Lot to the 
northwesterly limit of the said Lot; 

Thence northeasterly along the northwesterly 
limit of Lot 14 in concessions HI and IV East 
of Hurontario Street to the northeasterly 
limit of the westerly half of Lot 14 in the said 
Concession IV; 

Thence southeasterly along the said north- 
easterly limit to the southeasterly limit of the 
said Lot; 

Thence northeasterly along the southeasterly 
limit of Lot 14 in concessions IV and V East 
of Hurontario Street to the easterly angle of 
Lot 14 in the said Concession V; 

Thence northwesterly along the northeasterly 
limit of lots 14 and 15 to the northerly angle 
of the said Lot 15; 

Thence southwesterly along the northwest- 
erly limit of the said Lot to the westerly angle 
of the easterly half of the said Lot; 

Thence northwesterly to and along the 
northeasterly limit of the westerly half of lots 
16 and 17 to the northwesterly limit of the 
said Lot 17; 

Thence southwesterly along the northwest- 
erly limit to the westerly angle of the said 
Lot; 

Thence northwesterly along the southwest- 
erly limit of lots 18, 19 and 20 in the said 
Concession V to the westerly angle of the said 
Lot 20; 

Thence northeasterly along the northwesterly 
limit of the said Lot to the northerly angle of 
the southwesterly half of the said Lot; 

Thence northwesterly to and along the south 
westerly limit of the easterly half of Lot 2 1 in 
the said Concession to the northwesterly limit 
of the said Lot; 

Thence northeasterly along that northwest- 
erly limit to the easterly limit of the said Con- 
cession; 

Thence northwesterly along the northeasterly 
limit of the said Concession to the northerly 
boundary of the Town of Caledon; 

Thence easterly along the said northerly 
boundary to the northeasterly limit of Con- 
cession H of the former Township of Albion; 

Thence southeasterly along the said north- 
easterly limit of the said Concession to the 
northerly angle of Lot 29; 



131 



1036 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 84/83 



Thence southwesterly along the northwest- 
erly limit of the said Lot to the centre line of 
the said Concession; 

Thence southeasterly along the said centre 
line to the southeasterly limit of Lot 27 in the 
said Concession; 

Thence southwesterly along the southeasterly 
limit of Lot 27 in concessions II and I of the 
said former Township to the northeasterly 
limit of the southwesterly half of Lot 26 in the 
said Concession I; 

Thence southeasterly along that northeast- 
erly limit to the southeasterly limit of the said 
Lot; 

Thence southwesterly along the southeasterly 
limit of the said Lot and the southwesterly 
prolongation of that southeasterly limit to the 
southwesterly boundary of the former 
Township of Albion; 

Thence northwesterly along the boundary 
between the former townships of Albion and 
Caledon to the northeasterly prolongation of 
the northwesterly limit of Lot 1 as shown on 
a Plan registered in the Land Registry Office 
for the Land Titles Division of Peel (No. 43) 
as Number M-323, being a part of the east- 
erly half of Lot 9 in Concession VI East of 
Hurontario Street of the former Township of 
Caledon; 

Thence southwesterly to and along the 
northwesterly limit to the northeasterly limit 
of Lot 2 as shown on that Plan; 

Thence northwesterly along that northeast- 
erly limit to the northwesterly limit of that 
Plan; 

Thence southwesterly along that northwest- 
erly limit to the westerly limit of that Plan; 

Thence southeasterly along the southwesterly 
limit of that Plan to the southerly limit of that 
Plan; 

Thence easterly along the southerly limit of 
lots 10, 11, 12, 13, Block E and lots 14 and IS 
as shown on the said Plan Number M-323 to 
the easterly angle of the said Lot 15; 

Thence northeasterly along the northeasterly 
prolongation of the southeasterly limit of the 
said Lot IS to the boundary between the 
former Townships of Albion and Caledon; 

Thence southeasterly along that boundary to 
the southeasterly limit of the road allowance 
between lots S and 6 in the former Township 
of Caledon; 



Thence southwesterly along that southeast- 
erly limit to the northerly angle of Lot 5 in 
Concession II West of Hurontario Street; 

Thence southeasterly along the northeasterly 
limit of lots 5, 4 and 3 in the said Concession 
to the easterly angle of Lot 3; 

Thence southwesterly along the northwest- 
erly limit of the easterly half of Lot 2 in the 
said Concession to the westerly angle of that 
easterly half; 

Thence southeasterly along the half Lot limit 
of lots 2 and 1 in the said Concession to the 
centre line of Lot 1; 

Thence northeasterly along that centre line to 
the northeasterly limit of the said Lot; 

Thence southeasterly along the northeasterly 
limit of the said Concession to the southeast- 
erly limit of the northwesterly half of Lot 34 
in Concession II in the former Township of 
Chinguacousy; 

Thence southwesterly along that southeast- 
erly limit to the easterly limit of the right of 
way of the Canadian Pacific Railways; 

Thence southerly along the easterly limit of 
that right of way to the southeasterly limit of 
the said Lot 34; 

Thence southwesterly along the southeasterly 
limit of the said Lot to the southerly angle of 
the said Lot; 

Thence southeasterly along the southwesterly 
limit of lots 33 and 32 in the said Concession 
to the easterly limit of the right of way of the 
Canadian Pacific Railways; 

Thence southerly along the easterly limit of 
that right of way to the southeasterly limit of 
Lot 32 in Concession III West of Hurontario 
Street; 

Thence southeasterly along the southwesterly 
limit of lots 31 and 30 in the said Concession 
to the southerly angle of the said Lot 30; 

Thence southwesterly to and along the 
southeasterly limit of Lot 30 in Concession IV 
West of Hurontario street to the southerly 
angle of that Lot; 

Thence southeasterly along the southwesterly 
limit of Lot 29 in the said Concession to the 
southerly angle of that Lot; 

Thence southwesterly to and along the 
southeasterly limit of Lot 29 in Concession V 
West of Hurontario Street to the southerly 
angle; 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



1037 



Thence southeasterly along the southwesterly 
limit of lots 28 and 27 in the said Concession 
to the southerly angle of that Lot 27; 

Thence southwesterly to and along the 
southeasterly limit of Lot 2 7 in Concession VI 
West of Hurontario Street in the former 
Township of Chinguacousy and its prolong- 
ation to the southwesterly boundary of the 
Town of Caledon; 



Thence northwesterly along that boundary to 
the place of beginning. 

Lorne C. Henderson 

Provincial Secretary for 

Resources Develoment 

Dated at Toronto, this 26th day of January, 1983. 

(2138) 8 






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O. Reg. 85/83 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 1099 



Publications Under The Regulations Act 



February 26th, 1983 



AGRICULTURAL TILE DRAINAGE 
INSTALLATION ACT 

O. Reg. 85/83. 

General. 

Made — February 3rd, 1983. 

Filed — February 9th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 13 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

AGRICULTURAL TILE DRAINAGE 

INSTALLATION ACT 

1.— (1) Clause 5 (2) (b) of Regulation 13 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(b) is valid for the period of forty-five days next 
following the date on which it is issued. 

(2) Subsection 5 (4) of the said Regulation is 
revoked. 

2. Section 10 of the said Regulation is amended by 
striking out "and" at the end of clause (b), by 
adding "and" at the end of clause (c), and by 
adding thereto the following clause: 

(d) whenever the holder or a person employed by 
him completes a drainage work, the holder 
completes and delivers to the Director within 
thirty days of completion a report in Form 8. 

3. Forms 1, 2 and 7 of the said Regulation are 
amended by striking out "Food Land 
Development Branch" where it occurs and 
inserting in lieu thereof in each instance "Cap- 
ital Improvements Branch". 

4. The said Regulation is amended by adding 
thereto the following Form: 



135 



1100 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
Form 8 

Agricultural Tile Drainage Installation Act 



O. Reg. 85/83 



To: The Director, 

Capital Improvements Branch, 

Ministry of Agriculture and Food, 

Legislative Buildings, 

Queen's Park, 

Toronto, Ontario M7A 2B2. 



Owner 



Township 



DRAIN RECORD 

Contractor 

Lot 



Concession 



OUTLET 



I 



AREA YEAR RANDOM SYSTE- SPACING ACRES MUNICIPAL NATURAL ROAD PRIVATE OTHER 
MATIC (FT.) DRAINED DRAIN WATER DITCH DITCH SPECIFY 

COURSE BELOW 



•□DDQI 
•□DDQ 



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CONCESSION 



LOT 

CONCESSION 



CONCESSION 



(2163) 



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REMARKS 



O. Reg. 85/83, s. 4. 



O. Reg. 86/83 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 88/83 1101 



PUBLIC COMMERCIAL 
VEHICLES ACT 

O. Reg. 86/83. 

Extending Validity of Public Commercial 

Vehicle Licences. 
Made — January 27th, 1983. 
Filed— February 9th, 1983. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
PUBLIC COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ACT 

EXTENDING VALIDITY OF PUBLIC 
COMMERCIAL VEHICLE LICENCES 

1. Notwithstanding subsection 6 (1) of Regulation 
832 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, the term 
of period of vehicle licences issued in respect of public 
commercial vehicles expiring on the 31st day of 
March, 1983 is extended to and including the 30th day 
of April, 1983. O. Reg. 86/83, s. 1. 

(2164) 9 



LOCAL ROADS BOARDS ACT 

O. Reg. 87/83. 

Establishment of Local Roads Areas 

— Northwestern Region. 
Made — February 2nd, 1983. 
Filed— February 9th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 599 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 

MADE UNDER THE 

LOCAL ROADS BOARDS ACT 



1980 



1. Schedule 38 to Regulation 599 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 

Schedule 38 

HARDWICK LOCAL ROADS AREA 

All of the Township of Hardwick in the Territorial 
District of Thunder Bay, shown outlined on Ministry 
of Transportation and Communications Plan 
N-l 110-3, filed with the Information Management 
Office of the Ministry of Transportation and Com- 
munications at Toronto on the 20th day of January, 
1983. O. Reg. 87/83, s. 1. 

2. Schedule 65 to the said Regulation, as remade 
by secdon 5 of Ontario Regulation 258/82, is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 



Schedule 65 

PELLATT NO. 2 
LOCAL ROADS AREA 

All those portions of the townships of Pellatt and 
Umbach in the Territorial District of Kenora, shown 
outlined on Ministry of Transportation and Communi- 
cations Plan N-505-6, filed with the Information Man- 
agement Office of the Ministry of Transportation and 
Communications at Toronto on the 20th day of 
January, 1983. O. Reg. 87/83, s. 2. 

3. Schedules 96 and 97 to the said Regulation are 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

Schedule 96 

MINE CENTRE 
LOCAL ROADS AREA 

All those portions of unsurveyed territory lying east 
of the Township of Farrington in the Territorial Dis- 
trict of Rainy River, shown outlined on Ministry of 
Transportation and Communications Plan N-5000- 
B2, filed with the Information Management Office of 
the Ministry of Transportation and Communications 
at Toronto on the 20th day of January, 1983. O. Reg. 
87/83, s. 3, part. 

Schedule 97 

PERCH LAKE LOCAL ROADS AREA 

All those portions of the Township of Baker and 
unsurveyed territory King south of the Township of 
Baker in the Territorial District of Rainy River, shown 
outlined on Ministry of Transportation and Communi- 
cations Plan N-5000-C2, filed with the Information 
Management Office of the Ministry of Transportation 
and Communications at Toronto on the 20th day of 
January, 1983. O. Reg. 87/83, s. 3, part. 

James Snow 

Minister of Transportation 

and Communications 

Dated at Toronto, this 2nd day of February, 1983. 

(2165) 9 



PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 
DEVELOPMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 88/83. 

County of Halton (now part of the regional 
municipalities of Halton and Peel), 
Town of Oakville (now part of the 
towns of Halton Hills, Milton, Oakville 
and the City of Mississauga). 

Made — February 4th, 1983. 

Filed— February 9th, 1983. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 90/83 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 481/73 

MADE UNDER THE 

PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 

DEVELOPMENT ACT 

Ontario Regulation 481/73 is amended 
adding thereto the following section: 



by 



71. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the land described in Schedule 60 may be used 
for the erection and use thereon of a single-family 
dwelling and buildings and structures accessory 
thereto, provided that no building or structure shall be 
located within 15.24 metres of that part of the King's 
Highway known as No. 25. O. Reg. 88/83, s. 1. 



2. 



The said Regulation is further amended 
adding thereto the following Schedule: 

Schedule 60 



by 



That parcel of land situate in the Town of Oakville 
in The Regional Municipality of Halton, being that 
part of Lot 30 in Concession II, north of Dundas Street 
more particularly described as follows: 

Premising that all bearings herein refer to the north- 
easterly limit of that part of the King's Highway 
known as No. 25 as shown on a Plan deposited in the 
Land Registry Office for the Land Registry Division of 
Halton (No. 20) as Number 836 having a bearing of 
north 44° 55' west; 

Beginning at the northerly angle of the southeasterly 
half of the said Lot 30; 

Thence south 43° 31' 50" east along the northeasterly 
limit of that Lot 43.84 metres to a point; 

Thence south 9° 41' 20" west 181.82 metres to a point; 

Thence south 9° 38' 20" west 295.6 metres to the east- 
erly limit of the said Highway No. 25; 

Thence northerly along the said easterly limit of the 
said Highway to the northwesterly limit of the said 
southeasterly half of the said Lot; 

Thence north 37° 40' east along that northwesterly 
limit 87.61 metres to a point; 

Thence north 38° 24' 30" east along that northwest- 
erly limit 204.73 metres to the place of beginning. 
O. Reg. 88/83, s. 2. 

G. M. Farrow 

Assistant Deputy Minister 

Community Planning Wing 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

and Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 4th day of February, 1983. 



(2166) 



PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 89/83. 

Order Made Under Section 30 of the 

Planning Act. 
Made — February 7th, 1983. 
Filed— February 9th, 1983. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
PLANNING ACT 

ORDER MADE UNDER SECTION 30 OF 
THE PLANNING ACT 

1. A contravention before the 19th day of March, 
1973 of section 29 of The Planning Act, being chapter 
349 of the Revised Statutes of Ontario, 1970 or a pre- 
decessor thereof, or of a by-law passed under a pre- 
decessor of the said section, or of an Order made under 
clause 27 (1) (b), as it existed on the 25th day of June, 
1970, of The Planning Act, being chapter 296 of the 
Revised Statutes of Ontario, 1960 or a predecessor 
thereof, does not have and shall be deemed never to 
have had the effect of preventing the conveyance or 
creation of any interest in the following parcel of land: 

That parcel of land situate in the Town of Ona- 
ping Falls, formerly in the Township of Dowling, in 
The Regional Municipality of Sudbury, being that 
part of Lot 10 in Concession IV described as Parcel 
8374, Sudbury West Section, in the Land Registry 
Office for the Land Titles Division of Sudbury (No. 
53). O. Reg. 89/83, s. 1. 

L. J. FlNCHAM 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

and Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 7th day of February, 1983. 



(2167) 



PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 
DEVELOPMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 90/83. 

County of Wentworth (now The Regional 
Municipality of Hamilton-Wentworth), 
Township of East Flamborough (now 
the Township of Flamborough). 

Made— February 9th, 1983. 

Filed— February 10th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 483/73 

MADE UNDER THE 

PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 

DEVELOPMENT ACT 



138 



O. Reg. 90/83 



1. Ontario Regulation 483/73 is amended by 
adding thereto the following section: 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 93/83 1103 

MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD 
1. Ontario Dairy Herd Improvement Corporation. 



16. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the land described in Schedule 3 may be used 
for the erection and use thereon of a single-family 
dwelling provided the following requirements are met: 

Minimum front yard 7.6 metres 

Minimum side yards 8 metres 

Minimum rear yard 5 metres 

Maximum height of 

single-family dwelling 6 metres 



Maximum floor area of 
single-family dwelling 



265 square metres 
O. Reg. 90/83, s. 1. 



2. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding thereto the following Schedule: 

Schedule 3 

That parcel of land situate in the Township of 
Flamborough in The Regional Municipality of 
Hamilton-Went worth, formerly in the Township of 
East Flamborough in the County of Wentworth, being 
that part of Lot 6 in Concession n designated as Part 3 
according to a Plan deposited in the Land Registry' 
Office for the Land Titles Division of Wentworth (No. 
62) as Number 62R-823. O. Reg. 90/83, s. 2. 

G. M. Farrow 

Assistant Deputy Minister 

Community Planning Wing 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

and Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 9th day of February, 1983. 

(2185) 9 



INFLATION RESTRAINT ACT, 1982 

O. Reg. 91/83. 

Ontario Dairy Herd Improvement 

Corporation. 
Made — February 9th, 1983. 
Filed— February 11th, 1983. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
INFLATION RESTRAINT ACT. 1982 

ONTARIO DAIRY HERD IMPROVEMENT 
CORPORATION 

1 . The Schedule to the Act is amended by adding 
thereto the following: 



2. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come 
into force on the 21st day of September, 1982. 

(2186) 9 

INFLATION RESTRAINT ACT, 1982 

O. Reg. 92/83. 

Ontario Municipal Employees 

Retirement System. 
Made — February 9th, 1983. 
Filed— February 11th, 1983. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
INFLATION RESTRAINT ACT, 1982 

ONTARIO MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEES 
RETIREMENT SYSTEM 

1. The application of Part II of the Act is termi- 
nated with respect to any change to a compensation 
plan made pursuant to Ontario Regulation 70/83 made 
under the Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement 
System Act. O. Reg. 92/83, s. 1. 



(2187) 



PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 93/83. 

Restricted Areas — County of Ontario (now 
The Regional Municipality of Durham), 
Township of Pickering (now the Town 
of Pickering). 

Made— February 8th, 1983. 

Filed— February 11th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 102/72 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT 

Ontario Regulation 102/72 is amended 
adding thereto the following section: 



bv 



31. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the land described in Schedule 18 may be used 
for the erection and use thereon of a single-family 
dwelling provided the following requirements are met: 



Minimum front yard 
Minimum side yards 
Minimum rear yard 



12 metres 

3 metres 

12 metres 

O. Reg. 93/83, s. 1. 



139 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 94/83 



2. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding thereto the following Schedule: 

Schedule 18 

That parcel of land situate in the Town of Pickering 
in The Regional Municipality of Durham, being that 
part of Lot 6 in Concession VI more particularly 
described as follows: 

Commencing at the northeast corner of the said Lot 6; 

Thence south 17° 46' 30" east along a fence forming the 
existing easterly limit of the said Lot 6 a distance of 
272.95 metres to an iron bar planted; 

Thence south 71° 0' 10" west a distance of 153.59 
metres to an iron bar planted; 

Thence north 17° 32' 40" west a distance of 277.56 
metres to an iron bar planted in the northerly limit of 
the said Lot 6; 

Thence easterly along the northerly limit of the said 
Lot 6 a distance of 152.44 metres, more or less, to the 
point of commencement. O. Reg. 93/83, s. 2. 

D. P. McHugh 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

Central and Southwest 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

and Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 8th day of February, 1983. 



(2188) 



HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

O. Reg. 94/83. 

General. 

Made — February 9th, 1983. 

Filed— February 11th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 452 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

1.— (1) Subsection 47 (3b) of Regulation 452 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, exclus- 
ive of the paragraphs, as made by subsection 1 
(2) of Ontario Regulation 337/82, is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

(3b) The amount payable by the Plan for the ser- 
vices prescribed in subsection (1) is, where the services 
are provided to an insured person on or after the 1st 
day of April, 1982, but before the 1st day of January, 
1983, the fee listed for such services in the following 
fee Schedule: 



(2) Section 47 of the said Regulation, as amended 
by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 331/81 and 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 337/82, is 
further amended by adding thereto the follow- 
ing subsection: 

(3c) The amount payable by the Plan for the ser- 
vices prescribed in subsection (1) is, where the services 
are provided to an insured person on or after the 1st 
day of January, 1983, the fee listed for such services in 
the following fee Schedule: 

1. Oculo- Visual Assessment $24.80 

2. Oculo-Visual Re-assessment 16.65 

3. Partial Oculo-Visual Assessment .... 11.00 

O. Reg. 94/83, s. 1 (2) 
(2189) 9 



140 



O. Reg. 95/83 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 96/83 1155 



Publications Under The Regulations Act 



March 5th, 1983 



PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 
DEVELOPMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 95/83. 

Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto, 

Borough of Etobicoke. 
Made — February 9th, 1983. 
Filed— February 14th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 478/73 

MADE UNDER THE 

PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 

DEVELOPMENT ACT 

1. Ontario Regulation 478/73 is amended by 
adding thereto the following section: 

16. — (1) In this section, "recreational uses" means 
the use of land for parks, playgrounds, picnic areas, 
tennis courts, lawn bowling greens, jogging tracks, 
athletic fields, snow skiing and outdoor skating rinks. 

(2) Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the land described in Schedule 3 may be used 
for recreational uses, for outdoor vehicular parking 
and for fenced outdoor storage. O. Reg. 95/83, s. 1. 

2. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding thereto the following Schedule: 

Schedule 3 

That parcel of land situate in the Borough of 
Etobicoke in The Municipality of Metropolitan 
Toronto, being those parts of Lot 40 in Concession n, 



fronting the Humber, and of Lot 40 in Concession HI, 
fronting the Humber, more particularly described as 
Parts 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 on a Plan deposited in 
the Land Registry Office for the Registry Division of 
Toronto Boroughs (No. 64) as Number 64R-8375. 
O. Reg. 95/83, s. 2. 

G. M. Farrow 

Assistant Deputy Minister 

Community Planning Wing 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

and Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 9th day of February, 1983. 

(2198) 10 

PUBLIC SERVICE ACT 

O. Reg. 96/83. 

General. 

Made — December 23rd, 1982. 

Approved — February 9th, 1983. 

Filed— February 15th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 881 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

PUBLIC SERVICE ACT 

1. Schedules 3 to 7 of Regulation 881 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as remade by 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 26/82, are 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 



141 



1156 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 96/83 



Schedule 3 

Accident Claims Supervisor 1 , 2 
Accommodation Officer 1, 2, 3 
Architectural Joh Captain 1, 2 
Archivist 1, 2, 3 
Audiologist 

Cartographer 1, 2, 3, 4 
Cartographic Technician 1, 2, 3 
Classifier 1, 2, Board of Censors 
Clerical Stenographer 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 
Clerical Typist 1, 2, 3, 4 
Clerk 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Filing 
Clerk 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, General 
Clerk 1, 2, 3, Mail 
Commercial Artist 1, 2 
Construction Superintendent 1, 2, 3 
Court Reporter 1, 2 
Court Reporter Apprentice 

Data Entry Operator 1, 2, 3 

Data Entry Supervisor 1 

Data Processing Technician 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 

Dental Assistant 

Dental Hygienist 

Deputy 1, 2, Administration of Justice 

Designer 1, 2 

Drafter 1, 2, 3 

Drafter Tracer 

Driver Examination Supervisor 1 

Driver Examiner 

Driver Examiner (Probationary) 

E.E.G. Technician 1, 2, 3 

Engineering Officer 1 

Estate Assessor 1, 2 

Estimator and Quantity Surveyor 1 

Exhibition Designer 1, 2 

Farm Products Inspector 1, 2 

Field Worker 1, 2, Homes for Special Care 

Fingerprint Examiner 1, 2, 3 

Fire Services Investigator 2 

Forensic Analyst 1, 2, 3 



142 



O. Reg. 96/83 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 1157 

Highway Carrier, Inspector 1, 2, 3 

Highways Assistant Communications Supervisor 

Home Economics Assistant 1, 2 

Indian Development Officer 
Instructor 1, 2, Ontario Fire College 
Instrument Repairer 1, 2 
Instrument Repairer, Foreman/woman 
Insurance Representative 
Interior Designer 1, 2 
Interior Designer, Trainee 
Investigator of Estates 

Junior Commercial Artist 
Junior Drafter 

Laboratory Attendant 1, 2 

Language and Citizenship Training Specialist 1 

Legislative Assistant Editor 

Librarian 1, 2, 3 

Library Technician 1, 2, 3, 4 

Nurse 1, 2, Clinic 

Nurse 1, 2, 3, Public Health 

Occupational Therapist 1, 2, 3 
Operator 1, 2, Addressing Equipment 
Operator 1, 2, 3, Bindery Equipment 
Operator 1, 2, 3, Bookkeeping Machine 
Operator 1, 2, Central Switchboard 
Operator, Copy Machine 
Operator, Mail Inserting Machine 
Operator 1, 2, 3, 4, Microfilm 
Operator 1, 2, 3, 4, Offset Equipment 
Operator 1, 2, Telephone Switchboard 
Operator 1, 2, Teletype Equipment 
Operator 1, 2, 3, Whiteprint Equipment 
Operator 1(a), 1(b), 2, 3, 4, X-Ray Unit 

Personalty Valuator 1 
Pharmacist - Staff 
Pharmacy Technician 1, 2 
Photogrammetrist 1, 2, 3 
Photographer 1, 2, 3, Laboratory 
Platemaker 1, 2 
Printing Estimator 
Psychologist 1 
Psychometrist 1 (3-year BA) 
Psychometrist 1 (Honours BA) 
Psychometrist 2 (Masters) 
Purchasing Officer 1, 2 



143 



1158 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 96/83 



Receptionist 
Records Officer Junior 
Records Officer 1, 2 
Rehabilitation Officer 
Rehabilitation Officer 



1, 2, Correctional Services 
1, 2, Health 



Research Officer 1, 2(a), 2(b), Transportation and 

Communications 
Returning Officer, Ontario Labour Relations Board 
Review Officer 
Right-of-Way Technician 

Schedule Co-ordinator 1, 2, 3 

Scientist 1, 2, 3 

Secretary 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 

Secretary - Senior 

Secretary to the Deputy Minister 

Secretary to the Minister 

Secretary to the Premier 

Senior Usher and Messenger 

Service Areas Inspector 

Services Officer 1 (Bargaining Unit) 

Services Supervisor 2 

Sheriffs Officer 1, 2 

Social Work Assistant 

Social Worker 1, 2 

Specification Officer 1, 2, 3 

Speech Therapist 

Technician 1, 2, 3, 4, Chemical Laboratory 

Technician 1, Fuel 

Technician 1, 2, 3, 4, Medical Laboratory 

Technician 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, Photographic 

Technician 1, 2, 3, 4, Physical Laboratory 

Technician 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Radiation 

Technician 1, 2, 3, Road Design 

Technician 1(a), 1(b), X-Ray 

Technician, X-Ray, Supervisor 

Telephone Services Officer 

Traffic Analyst 1, 2, 3 

Translator 1, 2, 3 

Travel Counsellor 1, 2, 3 

Typist 1, 2, 3, 4 

Usher and Messenger 

Welfare Field Worker 1, 2 

Welfare Field Worker (Probationary) 



O. Reg. 96/83, s. 1, part. 



144 



O. Reg. 96/83 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 1159 

Schedule 4 

Agricultural Technician 1, 2, 3 

Agricultural Worker 1, 2, 3 

Air Engineer 

Airframe Finisher 

Ambulance Officer 1, 2, 3, 4 

Arboriculturist 1 

Artisan 1, 2, 3 

Attendant 1, 2, 3, 4, Oak Ridge 

Audiological Services Technician 

Baker 1, 2 

Bookbinder 1, 2 

Bridge Operator 

Buildings Caretaker 1, 2 

Buildings Cleaner and Helper 3 (Bargaining Unit) 

Butcher 1, 2 

Cable Ferry Operator 1, 2 

Cadet, Ontario Provincial Police 

Canteen Operator 1, 2 

Chief Steward 

Child Care Assistant 1, 2 

Child Care Worker 1, 2, 3 

Cleaner 1, 2, 3 

Cleaner, Office Buildings 

Clerk 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, Supply 

Clerk 7, Supply (Bargaining Unit) 

Communications Technician 1, 2 

Constable 

Constable (Probationary) 

Construction Inspector 

Cook 1, 2 

Cook 3 (Bargaining Unit) 

Coroner's Clerk 1 

Corporal, Ontario Provincial Police 

Correctional Officer 1, 2, 3 

Correctional Officer 4 (Bargaining Unit) 

Counsellor 1, 2, 3 (Residential Life) 

De ckhand 

Electronics Repairer 

Electronics Technician 

Electronics Technician 1, 2, Government Services 

Elevator Attendant 

Elevator Mechanic 1, 2, 3 

Equipment Spray Painter 



145 



1160 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 96/83 

Ferry Mate 

Fire Services Adviser 1 

Fire Services Investigator 1 

Garage Attendant 

Garage Attendant Supervisor 

Hairdresser 

Helper, Food Service 

Highway Construction Inspector 1, 2, 3 

Highway Equipment Operator 1, 2, 3, 4 

Highway Equipment Supervisor 1 

Highway General Foreman/woman 1 

Highway Inspection Assistant 1, 2, 3 

Highway Labour Foreman /woman 

Hospital Attendant 1 

Industrial Officer 1, 2, 3 
Inspector of Weighers and Checkers 1, 2 
Inspector 1, 2, Vehicle Inspection 
Instructor 1, 2, 3, 4 (Occupational) 
Instructor 1, 2, 3(a), Recreation and Crafts 

Landscape Worker 

Laundry Worker 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 

Lineman /woman 

Linotype Operator 

Lockmaster 

Maintenance Bricklayer 

Maintenance Carpenter 

Maintenance Carpenter, Foreman/woman 

Maintenance Electrician 

Maintenance Electrician, Foreman /woman 

Maintenance Foreman/woman 

Maintenance Machinist 

Maintenance Machinist, Foreman/woman 

Maintenance Mason 

Maintenance Mechanic 1, 2, 3 

Maintenance Painter and Decorator 

Maintenance Painter and Decorator, Foreman/woman 

Maintenance Plasterer 

Maintenance Plasterer, Foreman/woman 

Maintenance Plumber 

Maintenance Plumber, Foreman/woman 

Maintenance Refrigeration Mechanic 

Maintenance Refrigeration Mechanic, Foreman/woman 

Maintenance Sheet Metal Worker 

Maintenance Steamfitter 

Maintenance Welder 



146 



O. Reg. 96/83 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 1161 

Manual Worker 
Marine Engineer 1, 2 
Meat Inspector 1 
Mechanic 1, 2 
Mechanic Foreman/woman 
Medical Assistant 1, 2, 3 
Millworker 1, 2 
Motor Vehicle Operator 1,2 

Nurse 1, 2, 3, General 

Nurse 1, 2, Nursing Education 

Nurse 2, 3, Special Schools 

Observation and Detention Home Worker 1, 2, 3 

Parking Attendant 

Powderman/woraan 

Preparator 1, 2 

Provincial Bailiff 1, 2 

Psychiatric Nursing Assistant 1, 2, 3, 4 

Radio and T.V. Repairer 

Radio Operator 1, 2, 3 

Recreation Officer 1, 2, Correctional Services 

Recreation Officer 3, Correctional Services (Bargaining Unit) 

Residence Supervisor 1, 2 

Resource Technician 1, 2, 3 

Security Officer 1, 2, 3 

Senior Bridge Operator 

Senior Marine Engineer 1, 2 

Sergeant, Ontario Provincial Police 

Sergeant Major, Ontario Provincial Police 

Sewer 1, 2 

Sign Painter 

Sign Painter, Foreman /woman 

Sign Painter, Helper 

Sign Painter, Improver 

Staff Sergeant, Ontario Provincial Police 

Steam Plant Engineer 1, 2, 3 

Steam Plant Technician 1, 2 

Steward 

Supervisor 1, Food Service (Bargaining Unit) 

Supervisor of Juveniles 1, 2, 3 

Surveyor 2 



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1162 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 96/83 

Tailor 

Technician 1, 2, Construction 

Technician 1, Engineering Survey 

Technician 2, Engineering Survey (Bargaining Unit) 

Technician, Equipment Development 

Technician 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Field 

Technician 1, 2, Legal Survey 

Technician 1, 2, 3, Survey 

Technician 1, 2, 3, 4, Traffic 

Telephone Installer 1, 2, 3 

Trade Instructor 1, 2, 3 

Trades Apprentice 

Traffic Patroller 1, 2, 2(a), Transportation and Communications 

Trainee (M.R.C. Course), Health 

Transport Despatcher 

Transport Driver 

Upholstery Repairer 

Volunteer Services Assistant 

Waste and Water Project Operator 1, 2 
Waste and Water Project Trainee Operator 
Water Level Control Supervisor 
Weigher 

O. Reg. 96/83, s. 1, part. 



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O. Reg. 96/83 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 1163 

Schedule 5 
Agricultural Support OM-11 

Clerical Services CM-09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 
Correctional OM-14, 15, 16 

Drafting, Design and Estimating TM-12, 13 

Engineering and Surveying Support TM-12, 13, 14, 15 

General Operational OM-09, 10, 11 

Information AM-17 

Institutional Care OM-11, 12, 13 

Office Equipment Operation CM-09, 11, 12, 13, 14 

Photography TM-11, 14, 15 
Printing OM-10, 12, 13 
Purchasing and Supply AM-13 

Resources, Technical TM-12 

Scientific Support TM-12, 14, 15 
Skills and Trades OM-12, 13, 14, 15, 16 

O. Reg. 96/83, s. 1, part. 



149 



1164 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 96/83 

Schedule 6 

Accounting Supervisor 1, 2 (Bargaining Unit) 

Actuarial Science PM-17, 19, 21, 22 

Adviser, Occupational-Physical Therapy 

Adviser, Ontario Police Commission 

Adviser, Secondary School Correspondence Courses 

Agricultural Officer 1, 2 

Agricultural Specialist 1, 2, 3 

Agricultural Specialist 1, 2, Dairy 

Agricultural Support OM-12, 13, 14 

Agricultural Worker 4 

Agriculture PM-16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21 

Arboriculturist 2, 3 

Architectural Job Captain 3 

Architecture PM-16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21 

Area Supply Supervisor (Bargaining Unit) 

Artifacts Officer 

Artisan 4 

Assistant Commissioner, Ontario Provincial Police 

Assistant Plant Superintendent, Air Service 

Athletics Supervisor and Dean of Men 

Biologist 1, 2(a), 2(b) 
Biologist 3 (Bargaining Unit) 
Boiler Inspector 
Buildings Caretaker 6 
Bursar 2 (Bargaining Unit) 

Chaplain PM-15, 17, 19 

Chief Industrial Health Counsellor 

Chief Inspector of Theatres 

Chief Instructor, Ontario Police College 

Child Care Worker 4 

Child Welfare Supervisor 1 

Clerk 6, 7, General (Bargaining Unit) 

Commercial Artist 3 

Commissioned Officer 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Ontario Provincial Police 

Communications Technician 3 

Community Development Officer 1, 2, 3 

Community Planner 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 

Cook 4 

Court Reporter 3 



150 



O. Reg. 96/83 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 1165 

Dairy Fieldworker 1, 2, 3 

Dairy Herd Improvement Officer 1 

Day Nurseries Supervisor 

Dentistry PM-20, 22 

Deputy Director, Ontario Police College 

Deputy Senior 1, Administration of Justice 

Dietitian 1 

Drafting, Design and Estimating TM-14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19 

Driver Attendant, Minister 

Economics and Statistics PM-17, 19, 20, 21 

Economist 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 (Bargaining Unit) 

Education Officer 1, 2, 3 

Education PM-19, 20, 21, 22 

Elevator Inspector 1, 3 

Employment Standards Auditor 1, 2 

Employment Standards Officer 1 

Engineering Services Officer 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 

Engineering and Surveying PM-12, 14, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22 

Engineering and Surveying Support TM-16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21 

Engineering Officer 2, 3, 4 

Executive Officer 1, 2, 3 (Bargaining Unit) 

Exhibition Designer 3, 4 

Extension Assistant 

Financial Administration AM-13, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22 
Financial Officer 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 (Bargaining Unit) 
Financial Officer Trainee 
Fire Services Adviser 2 
Forester 1, 2(a), 2(b), 3, 4, 5 

General Administration AM-12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 

21, 22 
General Operational 0M-12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 
General Scientific PM-16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21 
Geologist 1, 2 (Bargaining Unit) 
Geologist Assistant 4 
Guard Commander 

Heating and Power OM-12, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 
Highway Carrier, Supervising Inspector 1 
Highway Equipment Supervisor 2, 3 
Highway Maintenance Supervisor 
Highway Services Supervisor 
Home Economist 1, 2, 3 

Home Economics, Dietetics & Nutrition PM-11, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 
18 



151 



1166 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 96/83 

Horticulturist 

Hospital Housekeeper 1, 2 (Bargaining Unit) 

Housing Analyst 1, 2 

Human Rights Commission Officer 1, 2 

Human Rights Commission Supervisor 1 

Immigration Officer 

Industrial Development Officer 1, 2, 3 

Information AM-18, 19, 20 

Inspector 1, 2, Drilling and Production 

Inspector of Surveys 2 

Inspector, Operating Engineers' Branch 

Institutional Care OM-14, 15, 16, 18 

Institutional Management AM-15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23 

Instructor 1, 2, 3, Ontario Police College 

Intelligence Officer, Ontario Police Commission 

Investigator 1, Agricultural Products 

Investigator 1, 2, Ontario Securities Commission 

Labour Relations AM-16, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23 

Law Administration AM-12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 

22, 23 
Legal PM-14-19, 19-20, 21-24 
Legal Survey Examiner 4 
Librarian 5 
Library, Historical and Archival PM-14, 15, 16, 17, 18 

Maintenance Superintendent 1, 2, 3, 4 
Medical PM-20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26 
Mine Rescue Training Officer 1, 2 

Northern Affairs Officer 1 
Nurse 3, Nursing Education 
Nursing PM-13, 14, 15, 16, 18, 19 

Occupational and Physical Therapy PM-14, 15, 16 
Occupational Health and Safety Inspector 1, 2 
Office Equipment Operation CM-15 
Organizer 2, X-Ray Surveys 



152 



O. Reg. 96/83 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 1167 

Parks Planner 3 

Parks Planner 2 (Bargaining Unit) 

Personnel Administration AM-13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21 

Pesticides Control Officer 1, 2, 3 

Pharmacist - Chief 

Pharmacy PM-16, 17, 18, 19, 21, 22 

Photogrammetrist 4 

Photography TM-16 

Pilot 

Printing 0M-15 

Probation Officer 1, 2, 3 

Program Analysis AM-17, 18, 19, 20, 21 

Program Executive 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 

Property Administration AM-16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22 

Psychologist 2, 3 

Psychology PM-19, 20, 21 

Public Relations Officer 1, 2, 3 

Publicity Photographer 1, 2, 3 

Purchasing and Supply AM-14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 

Purchasing Officer 3 

Radiation Protection Physicist 1 

Real Estate Officer 2, 3 

Real Estate Officer 1 (Bargaining Unit) 

Regional Field Officer, Emergency Measures Organization 

Rehabilitation Officer 3, Health 

Research Science PM-17, 20, 21 

Research Scientist 3, 4, 5, Natural Resources 

Research Supervisor 2, Natural Resources 

Resource Technician, Senior 1, 2, 3, 4 (Bargaining Unit) 

Resources Manager 1, 2, 4 

Resources Manager 3 (Bargaining Unit) 

Resources Planning and Management PM-15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21 

Resources, Technical TM-13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 

Review Supervisor 2 

Rural Development Counsellor 

Safety Instruction Officer 3 

Scientific Support TM-16, 17, 18 

Scientist 4 

Security Driver, Office of the Premier 

Senior Air Engineer 

Senior Biologist 

Senior Drafter 

Senior Planning Officer, Emergency Measures Organization 

Service Areas Manager 

Services Supervisor 3 



153 



1168 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 96/83 

Skills and Trades OM-17, 18, 19 

Social Programs Administration AM-14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 

21, 22 
Social Work PM-16, 17, 18, 19 
Social Work Supervisor 1, 2, 3, 4 
Social Work Supervisor 1, 2 (Bargaining Unit) 
Speech Pathology and Audiology PM-16, 19 
Staff Training Officer, Community and Social Services 

(Bargaining Unit) 
Statistician 1, 2, 3, 4 
Steam Plant Chief 1, 2 
Superintendent 2, Public Housing 

Supervisor 1, 2, Municipal Organization and Administration 
Supervisor Municipal Organization and Administration, Trainee 
Supervisor of Operations (Bargaining Unit) 
Supreme Court Reporter 1 
Systems Officer 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 
Systems Officer Junior 
Systems Services AM-12, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21 

Teacher 

Technical Consultant 1, 2 

Technician 5, Chemical Laboratory 

Technician 3, 4, Construction 

Technician 1, 2, Engineering Office 

Technician 3, 4, Engineering Survey 

Technician 2, 3, Fuel 

Technician 3, Legal Survey 

Technician 5, Medical Laboratory 

Technician 1, 2, Municipal Engineering 

Technician 5, Physical Laboratory 

Technician 4, Road Design 

Telecommunications TM-14, 16 

Tourist Industry Officer 1, 2, 3 

Traffic Analyst 4, 5 

Transcription Services CM-14, 15, 16, 18, 19 

Translation AM-19, 20 

Veterinary Science PM-18, 19, 20, 21 
Veterinary Scientist 3 (Bargaining Unit) 
Vocational Training Supervisor 1 
Volunteer Services Organizer 



Welfare Institutions Supervisor 



O. Reg. 96/83, s. 1, part. 



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O. Reg. 96/83 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 1169 

Schedule 7 

Accident Claims Supervisor 1, 2 
Accommodation Officer 3 
Agricultural Technician 1, 2 
Agricultural Worker 1, 2, 3 
Airframe Finisher 
Ambulance Officer 1, 2, 3, 4 
Arboriculturist 1 
Architectural Job Captain 1, 2 
Attendant 1, 2, 3, 4, Oak Ridge 
Audiological Services Technician 
Audiologist 

Baker 1, 2 
Bookbinder 1, 2 
Bridge Operator 
Buildings Caretaker 1, 2 
Butcher 1, 2 

Cable Ferry Operator 1, 2 

Cadet, Ontario Provincial Police 

Canteen Operator 1, 2 

Cartographer 1, 2 

Cartographic Technician 1, 2, 3 

Child Care Assistant 1, 2 

Child Care Worker 1, 2, 3 

Cleaner 1, 2, 3 

Cleaner, Office Buildings 

Clerical Stenographer 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 

Clerical Typist 1, 2, 3, 4 

Clerk 1, 2, 3, 4, Filing 

Clerk 1, 2, 3, 4, General 

Clerk 1, 2, 3, Mail 

Clerk 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, Supply 

Constable 

Constable (Probationary) 

Construction Superintendent 1, 2, 3 

Cook 1, 2 

Cook 3 (Bargaining Unit) 

Coroner's Clerk 1 

Corporal, Ontario Provincial Police 

Correctional Officer 1, 2, 3 

Counsellor 1, 2, 3 (Residential Life) 

Data Entry Operator 1, 2, 3 

Data Entry Supervisor 1 

Data Processing Technician 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 

Deckhand 

Dental Assistant 

Dental Hygienist 

Deputy 1, 2, Administration of Justice 

Drafter 1, 2 

Drafter Tracer 

155 



1170 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 96/83 

E.E.G. Technician 1, 2, 3 

Electronics Repairer 

Electronics Technician 

Electronics Technician 1, 2, Government Services 

Elevator Attendant 

Elevator Mechanic 1, 2, 3 

Equipment Spray Painter 

Estimator and Quantity Surveyor 1 

Exhibition Designer 1, 2 

Ferry Mate 

Field Worker 1, 2, Homes for Special Care 

Fingerprint Examiner 1, 2, 3 

Fire Services Adviser 1 

Fire Services Investigator 1, 2 

Garage Attendant 

Garage Attendant Supervisor 

Hairdresser 

Helper, Food Service 

Highway Equipment Operator 1, 2, 3, 4 

Highway General Foreman/woman 1 

Highway Labour Foreman /woman 

Hospital Attendant 1 

Indian Development Officer 
Industrial Officer 1, 2, 3 
Inspector 1, 2, Vehicle Inspection 
Instructor 1, 2, 3, 4 (Occupational) 
Instructor 1, 2, 3(a), Recreation and Crafts 
Instrument Repairer 1, 2 
Instrument Repairer, Foreman/woman 
Interior Designer 1, 2 
Interior Designer, Trainee 
Investigator of Estates 

Junior Commercial Artist 
Junior Drafter 

Laboratory Attendant 1, 2 

Landscape Worker 

Language and Citizenship Training Specialist 1 

Laundry Worker 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 

Librarian 1, 2, 3 

Library Technician 1, 2, 3, 4 

Lineman /woman 

Linotype Operator 



156 



O. Reg. 96/83 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 1171 

Maintenance Bricklayer 

Maintenance Carpenter 

Maintenance Carpenter, Foreman /woman 

Maintenance Electrician 

Maintenance Electrician, Foreman/woman 

Maintenance Foreman /woman 

Maintenance Machinist 

Maintenance Machinist, Foreman/woman 

Maintenance Mason 

Maintenance Mechanic 1, 2, 3 

Maintenance Painter and Decorator 

Maintenance Painter and Decorator, Foreman /woman 

Maintenance Plasterer 

Maintenance Plasterer, Foreman/woman 

Maintenance Plumber 

Maintenance Plumber, Foreman/woman 

Maintenance Refrigeration Mechanic 

Maintenance Refrigeration Mechanic, Foreman /woman 

Maintenance Sheet Metal Worker 

Maintenance Steamfitter 

Maintenance Welder 

Manual Worker 

Marine Engineer 1, 2 

Meat Inspector 1 

Mechanic 1, 2 

Mechanic Foreman /woman 

Medical Assistant 1, 2, 3 

Millworker 1, 2 

Motor Vehicle Operator 1, 2 

Nurse 1, 2, Clinic 

Nurse 1, 2, 3, General 

Nurse 1, 2, Nursing Education 

Nurse 1, 2, 3, Public Health 

Observation and Detention Home Worker 1, 2, 3 
Occupational Therapist 1, 2, 3 
Operator 1, 2, Addressing Equipment 
Operator 1, 2, Bindery Equipment 
Operator 1, 2, 3, Bookkeeping Machine 
Operator 1, 2, Central Switchboard 
Operator, Copy Machine 
Operator, Mail Inserting Machine 
Operator 1, 2, 3, Microfilm 
Operator 1, 2, 3, Offset Equipment 
Operator 1, 2, Telephone Switchboard 
Operator 1, 2, Teletype Equipment 
Operator 1, 2, 3, Whiteprint Equipment 
Operator 1(a), 1(b), 2, 3, 4, X-Ray Unit 



157 



1172 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 96/83 

Parking Attendant 

Pharmacist - Staff 

Pharmacy Technician 1, 2 

Photogrammetrist 1, 2, 3 

Photographer 1, 2, Laboratory 

Platemaker 1, 2 

Powde rman/woman 

Preparator 1, 2 

Printing Estimator 

Psychiatric Nursing Assistant 1, 2, 3, 4 

Psychologist 1 

Psychometrist 1 (3-year BA) 

Psychometrist 1 (Honours BA) 

Psychometrist 2 (Masters) 

Radio and T.V. Repairer 

Radio Operator 1, 2, 3 

Receptionist 

Records Officer Junior 

Records Officer 1, 2 

Recreation Officer 1, 2, Correctional Services 

Rehabilitation Officer 1, 2, Correctional Services 

Rehabilitation Officer 1, 2, Health 

Residence Supervisor 1, 2 

Resource Technician 1, 2, 3 

Secretary 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 

Security Officer 1, 2, 3 

Senior Bridge Operator 

Senior Marine Engineer 1, 2 

Senior Usher and Messenger 

Sergeant, Ontario Provincial Police 

Sergeant Major, Ontario Provincial Police 

Services Officer 1 (Bargaining Unit) 

Services Supervisor 2 

Sewer 1 , 2 

Sheriffs Officer 1, 2 

Sign Painter 

Sign Painter, Foreman/woman 

Sign Painter, Helper 

Sign Painter, Improver 

Social Work Assistant 

Social Worker 1, 2 

Speech Therapist 

Staff Sergeant, Ontario Provincial Police 

Steam Plant Engineer 1, 2, 3 

Steam Plant Technician 1, 2 

Steward 

Supervisor 1, Food Service (Bargaining Unit) 

Supervisor of Juveniles 1, 2, 3 



158 



Technician 1 
Technician 1 
Technician 1 
Technician 1 
Technician 1 
Technician 1 



Reg. 96/83 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 1173 

Tailor 

Technician 1, 2, 3, Chemical Laboratory 

2, Field 

2, 3, Medical Laboratory 

2, 3, 4, 5, 6, Photographic 

2, 3, Physical Laboratory 

2, 3, Radiation 

2, 3, Road Design 
Technician 1(a), 1(b), X-Ray 
Telephone Installer 1, 2, 3 
Trade Instructor 1, 2, 3 
Trades Apprentice 
Traffic Analyst 1, 2, 3 

Traffic Patroller 1, 2, 2(a), Transportation and Communications 
Trainee (M.R.C. Course), Health 
Translator 1, 2, 3 
Transport Despatcher 
Transport Driver 
Travel Counsellor 1, 2, 3 
Typist 1, 2, 3, 4 

Upholstery Repairer 
Usher and Messenger 

Volunteer Services Assistant 

Waste and Water Project Operator 1, 2 
Waste and Water Project Trainee Operator 
Welfare Field Worker 1, 2 
Welfare Field Worker (Probationary) 

O. Reg. 96/83, s. 1, part. 

Civil Service Commission: 

J. R. Scott 
Chairman 

Dated at Toronto, this 23rd day of December, 1982. 
(2199) 10 



159 



1174 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 97/83 



HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

O. Reg. 97/83. 

Speed Limits. 

Made — February 10th, 1983. 

Filed— February 16th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 490 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

1. — (1) Paragraph 18 of Part 2 of Schedule 14 to 
Regulation 490 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 is revoked. 

(2) Paragraph 2 1 of Part 2 of the said Schedule 14, 
as remade by subsection 2 (1) of Ontario Regu- 
lation 137/82, is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor: 



District of 
Cochrane — 

Twps. of 
Black River- 
Matheson 
and 
Glackmeyer 



2 1 . That part of the King's Highway known 



as No. 11 in the Territorial District of 
Cochrane lying between a point situate 
at its intersection with the westerly limit 
of the westerly junction of the King's 
Highway known as No. 101 in the 
Township of Black River-Matheson and 
a point situate 365 metres measured 
southerly from its intersection with the 
southerly limit of the King's Highway 
known as No. 579 in the Township of 
Glackmeyer. 



(3) Part 2 of the said Schedule 14 is amended by 
adding thereto the following paragraphs: 



38. 
District of 
Thunder 
Bay— 

Twps. of 

Errington 

Lindsley 

Colter 

Legault and 

Leduc 



39. 
District of 
Thunder 
Bay— 

Twps. of 

Leduc 

Walters 

Vincent 

McComber 

Summers 



That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 11 in the Territorial District of 
Thunder Bay lying between a point 
situate 610 metres measured westerly 
from its intersection with the King's 
Highway known as No. 584 in the 
Township of Errington and a point 
situate 1300 metres measured easterly 
from its intersection with the roadway 
known as Noble Avenue in the hamlet of 
Jellicoe in the Township of Leduc. 

That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 11 in the Territorial Dis\rict of 
Thunder Bay lying between a point 
situate 100 metres measured easterly 
from its intersection with the easterly 
limit of the Canadian National Railways 
right of way in the Township of Leduc 
and a point situate 30 metres measured 
easterly from its intersection with the 
easterly limit of Black Water Bridge in 
the Township of Summers. 



District of 
Cochrane — 

Twp. of 
Black River- 
Matheson 



40. That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 11 and 101 in the Township of 
Black River-Matheson in the Territorial 
District of Cochrane lying between a 
point situate 365 metres measured west- 
erly from its intersection with the west- 
erly limit of the easterly junction of the 
King's Highway known as No. 101 and 
a point situate at its intersection with the 
westerly limit of the westerly junction of 
the King's Highway known as No. 101. 



District of 
Parry 
Sound — 

Twp. of 
Perry 



41. That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 11 and 518 in the Township of 
Perry in the Territorial District of Parry 
Sound lying between a point situate at 
its intersection with the easterly limit of 
the southerly junction of the King's 
Highway known as No. 11 and a point 
situate at its intersection with the west- 
erly limit of the northerly junction of the 
King's Highway known as No. 11. 



(4) Paragraph 15 of Part 3 of the said Schedule 14, 
as made by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
800/82, is revoked. 

(5) Paragraph 12 of Part 4 of the said Schedule 14 
is revoked and the following substituted there- 
for: 



District of 

Thunder 

Bay— 

Twp. of 
Errington 



12. That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 1 1 in the Township of Errington 
in the Territorial District of Thunder 
Bay beginning at a point situate 610 
metres measured easterly from its 
intersection with the King's Highway 
known as No. 584 and extending west- 
erly therealong for a distance of 1220 
metres. 



(6) Part 4 of the said Schedule 14 is amended by 
adding thereto the following paragraph: 



District of 

Thunder 

Bay— 

Twp. of 
Leduc 



17. That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 1 1 in the Township of Leduc in 
the Territorial District of Thunder Bay- 
lying between a point situate 1300 
metres measured easterly from its inter- 
section with the roadway known as 
Noble Avenue in the hamlet of Jellicoe 
and a point situate 100 metres measured 
easterly from its intersection with the 
easterly limit of the Canadian National 
Railways right of way. 



(7) Part 5 of the said Schedule 14 is amended by 
adding thereto the following paragraph: 

2 1 . That part of the King's Highway known 
District of as No. 11 and No. 101 in the Township 
Cochrane— f Black River-Matheson in the Ter- 
ritorial District of Cochrane beginning 
at a point situate at its intersection with 
the westerly limit of the easterly junction 



Twp. of 
Black River- 
Matheson 



160 



O. Reg. 97/83 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



1175 



of the King's Highway known as No. 1 1 
and extending westerly therealong for a 
distance of 365 metres. 



2. Schedule 61 of the said Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

Schedule 61 

HIGHWAY NO. 50 

Part 1 

(Reserved) 

Part 2 
(Reserved) 

Part 3 



Regional 
Munici- 
pality of 
York- 
Town of 
Vaughan 

Regional 
Munici- 
pality of 
Peel- 
City of 
Brampton 

Town of 
Caledon 



Regional 
Munici- 
pality of 
Peel- 
Town of 
Caledon 



Regional 
Munici- 
pality of 
Peel^ 

Town of 
Caledon 



1. That part of the King's Highway linown 
as No. 50 in the Town of Vaughan in 
The Regional Municipality of York and 
in the City of Brampton in The Regional 
Municipality of Peel beginning at a point 
situate 140 metres measured northerly 
from its intersection with the northerly 
limit of the roadway known as Steeles 
Avenue and a point situate 2530 metres 
measured southerly from its intersection 
with the southerly limit of the roadway 
known as Peel Regional Road No. 9 in 
the Town of Caledon in the said Region- 
al Municipality of Peel. 



2 . That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 50 in The Regional Municipality 
of Peel in the Town of Caledon King 
between a point situate 1360 metres 
measured northerly from its intersection 
with the southerly limit of the roadway 
known as Peel Regional Road No. 9 and 
a point situate 655 metres measured 
southerly from its intersection with the 
southerly limit of the roadway known as 
Pine Avenue in the community known 
as Palgrave. 



That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 50 in the Town of Caledon in The 
Regional Municipality of Peel lying 
between a point situate 575 metres 
measured northerly from its intersection 
with the southerly limit of the roadway 
known as Pine Avenue in the commun- 
ity known as Palgrave and a point 
situate at its intersection with the south- 
erly limit of the King's Highway known 
as No. 9. O. Reg. 97/83, s. 2, part. 



Regional 
Munici- 
pality of 
Peel- 
Town of 
Caledon 



Regional 
Munici- 
pality of 
Peel- 
Town of 
Caledon 



County of 
Simcoe — 

Twp. of 
Adjala 



Regional 
Munici- 
pality of 
York- 
Town of 
Vaughan 
Regional 
Munici- 
pality of 
Peel- 
City of 
Brampton 



Regional 
Munici- 
pality of 
Peel^ 

Town of 
Caledon 



Regional 
Munici- 
pality of 
Peel- 
Town of 
Caledon 



Part 4 

1 . That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 50 in the Town of Caledon in The 
Regional Municipality of Peel lying 
between a point situate 2530 metres 
measured southerly from its intersection 
with the southerly limit of the roadway 
known as Peel Regional Road No. 9 and 
a point situate 1405 metres measured 
southerly from the southerly limit of the 
said intersection. 

2 . That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 50 in the Town of Caledon in The 
Regional Municipality of Peel beginning 
at a point situate 490 metres measured 
northerly from its intersection with the 
southerly limit of the roadway known as 
Peel Regional Road No. 9 and extending 
northerly therealong for a distance of 
870 metres. O. Reg. 97/83, s. 2, part. 

Part 5 

1 . That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 50 in the Township of Adjala in 
the County of Simcoe beginning at a 
point situate 500 metres measured 
southerly from its intersection with the 
centre line of the roadway known as 
Simcoe County Road No. 1 and ex- 
tending northerly therealong for a dis- 
tance of 1145 metres. O. Reg. 97/83, 
s. 2, part. 

Part 6 

1 . That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 50 in the Town of Vaughan in 
The Regional Municipality of York and 
in the City of Brampton in The Regional 
Municipality of Peel beginning at a point 
situate at its intersection with the north- 
erly limit of the roadway known as 
Steeles Avenue and extending northerly 
therealong for a distance of 140 metres. 

2. That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 50 in the Town of Caledon in The 
Regional Municipality of Peel lying 
between a point situate 1405 metres 
measured southerly from its intersection 
with the roadway known as Peel Reg- 
ional Road No. 9 and a point situate 490 
metres measured northerly from the 
southerly limit of the said intersection. 

3. That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 50 in the Town of Caledon in The 
Regional Municipality of Peel King 
between a point situate 655 metres 
measured southerly from its intersection 
with the southerly limit of the roadway 
known as Pine Avenue in the commun- 



161 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 97/83 



ity known as Palgrave and a point 
situate 575 metres measured northerly 
from the southerly limit of the said inter- 
section. O. Reg. 97/83, s. 2, part. 

— (1) Part 2 of Schedule 104 to the said Regula- 
tion is amended by adding thereto the following 
paragraph: 



District of 
Cochrane — 

Twp. of 
Black River- 
Matheson 



1. That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 11 and 101 in the Township of 
Black River-Matheson in the Territorial 
District of Cochrane lying between a 
point situate 365 metres measured west- 
erly from its intersection with the west- 
erly limit of the easterly junction of the 
King's Highway known as No. 11 and a 
point situate at its intersection with the 
westerly limit of the westerly junction of 
the King's Highway known as No. 11. 
O. Reg. 97/83, s. 3 (1). 

(2) Paragraphs 1 to 7 of Part 3 of the said Schedule 
104 are revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 



District of 
Cochrane — 

City of 
Timmins 

Twp. of 
Black River- 
Matheson 



District of 
Cochrane — 

City of 
Timmins 



District of 
Cochrane — 

City of 
Timmins 



District of 
Cochrane — 

City of 
Timmins 



1. That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 101 in the Territorial District of 
Cochrane lying between a point situate 
at its intersection with the westerly limit 
of the westerly junction of the King's 
Highway known as No. 11 in the 
Township of Black River-Matheson and 
a point situate at its intersection with the 
easterly limit of the easterly crossing of 
the Ontario Northland Railway in the 
City of Timmins. 

2 . That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 101 in the City of Timmins in the 
Territorial District of Cochrane lying 
between a point situate at its intersection 
with the westerly limit of the bridge over 
the watercourse between Shallow Lake 
and Porcupine Lake and a point situate 
455 metres measured easterly from its 
intersection with the easterly limit of the 
roadway known as Crawford Street. 

That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 101 in the City of Timmins in the 
Territorial District of Cochrane lying 
between a point situate 230 metres 
measured westerly from its intersection 
with the westerly limit of the roadway 
known as Legion Drive and a point 
situate 220 metres measured easterly 
from its intersection with the easterly 
limit of the roadway known as Carium 
Road. 

That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 101 lying between a point situate 
180 metres measured westerly from its 
intersection with the westerly limit of 
the roadway known as Shirley Street in 



District of 
Algoma — 

Twp. of 

Michi- 

picoten 



the City of Timmins in the Territorial 
District of Cochrane and a point situate 
520 metres measured easterly from its 
intersection with the easterly limit of the 
roadway known as Gladstone Avenue in 
the Township of Michipicoten in the 
Territorial District of Algoma. 



(3) Paragraphs 1 and 2 of Part 4 of the said 
Schedule 104 are revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 



1. That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 101 in the City of Timmins in the 
Territorial District of Cochrane begin- 
ning at a point situate 220 metres meas- 
ured easterly from its intersection with 
the easterly limit of the roadway known 
as Carium Road and extending westerly 
therealong for a distance of 800 metres. 

2 . That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 101 in the Township of 
Michipicoten in the District of Algoma 
beginning at a point situate 60 metres 
measured easterly from its intersection 
with the easterly limit of the roadway 
known as Gladstone Avenue and 
extending easterly therealong for a dis- 
tance of 455 metres. O. Reg. 97/83, 
s. 3 (3). 



(4) Paragraphs 1 and 2 of Part 5 of the said 
Schedule 104 are revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 



District of 
Cochrane — 

City of 
Timmins 



District of 
Algoma — 

Twp. of 
Michi- 
picoten 



District of 
Cochrane — 

City of 
Timmins 



District of 
Cochrane — 

City of 
Timmins 



District of 
Cochrane — 

Twp. of 
Black River- 
Matheson 



1. That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 101 in the City of Timmins in the 
Territorial District of Cochrane lying 
between a point situate 455 metres 
measured easterly from its intersection 
with the easterly limit of the roadway 
known as Crawford Street and a point 
situate 230 metres measured westerly 
from its intersection with the westerly 
limit of the roadway known as Legion 
Drive. 

2 . That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 101 in the City of Timmins in the 
Territorial District of Cochrane lying 
between a point situate at its intersection 
with the westerly abutment of the bridge 
over the Mattagami River and a point 
situate 180 metres measured westerly 
from its intersection with the westerly 
limit of the roadway known as Shirley 
Street. 

That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 11 and No. 101 in the Township 
of Black River-Matheson in the Ter- 
ritorial District of Cochrane beginning 
at a point situate at its intersection with 
the westerly limit of the easterly junction 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 98/83 1177 



District of 
Cochrane — 

City of 
Timmins 



of the King's Highway known as No. 1 1 
and extending westerly therealong for a 
distance of 365 metres. O. Reg. 97/83, 
s. 3 (4). 

(5) Paragraph 1 of Part 6 of the said Schedule 104 
is revoked and the following substituted there- 
for: 

1. That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 101 in the City of Timmins in the 
Territorial District of Cochrane lying 
between a point situate at its intersection 
with the easterly limit of the easterly 
crossing of the Ontario Northland Rail- 
way and a point situate at its inter- 
section with the westerly limit of the 
bridge over the watercourse between 
Shallow Lake and Porcupine Lake. 

4. Paragraph 4 of Part 3 of Schedule 129 to the 
said Regulation, as made by section 6 of 
Ontario Regulation 827/82, is revoked. 

5.— (1) Paragraph 1 of Part 2 of Schedule 148 to 
the said Regulation, as made by section 9 of 
Ontario Regulation 827/82, is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 

1 . That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 11 and 518 in the Township of 
Perry in the Territorial District of Parry 
Sound lying between a point situate at 
its intersection with the easterly limit of 
the southerly junction of the King's 
Highway known as No. 1 1 and a point 
situate at its intersection with the west- 
erly limit of the northerly junction of 
the King's Highway known as No. 11. 
O. Reg. 97/83, s. 5 (1). 

(2) Part 3 of the said Schedule 148 is amended by 
adding thereto the following paragraphs: 



(3) Paragraph 1 of Part 5 of the said Schedule 148 
is revoked and the following substituted there- 
for: 



District of 
Parry- 
Sound — 

Twp. of 
Perrv 



District of 
Parry 
Sound — 

Town of 

Kearnev 



District of 
Parry 
Sound — 

Town of 
Kearney 

Twp. of 
Pern. 



That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 518 in the Town of Kearney in 
the Territorial District of Parry Sound 
beginning at a point situate 650 metres 
measured easterly from its intersection 
with the centre line of the roadway- 
known as Kearney Business Section 
Street and extending easterly therealong 
to the end of the said King's Highway- 
No. 518. 

That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 518 in the Territorial District of 
Parry Sound King between a point 
situate 300 metres measured westerly 
from its intersection with the centre line 
of the roadway known as Kearney Busi- 
ness Section Street in the Town of Kear- 
ney and a point situate 240 metres 
measured easterly from its intersection 
with the centre line of the King's High- 
way known as No. 592 in the Township 
of Perry-. O. Reg. 97/83, s. 5 (2). 



District of 
Parry- 
Sound — 

Twp. of 
Perry 



1. That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 518 in the Township of Pern in 
the Territorial District of Parry Sound 
lying between a point situate 240 metres 
measured easterly from its intersection 
with the centre line of the King's High- 
way known as No. 592 and a point 
situate at its intersection with the east- 
erly limit of the southerly- junction of 
the King's Highway known as No. 11. 
O. Reg. 97/83, s. 5 (3). 



(4) Paragraphs 1 and 2 of Part 6 of the said 
Schedule 148 are revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 



District of 
Parry- 
Sound — 

Twp. of 
McMurrich 



District of 
Parry- 
Sound — 

Twp. of 
Monteith 



1 . That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 518 in the hamlet of Sprucedale 
in the Township of McMurrich in the 
Territorial District of Parry Sound King 
between a point situate 570 metres 
measured easterly from its intersection 
with the centre line of the roadway 
known as George Street and a point 
situate 600 metres measured westerly 
from its intersection with the centre line 
of the roadway known as Stisted Street. 

That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 5 18 in the hamlet of Bear Lake in 
the Township of Monteith in the Ter- 
ritorial District of Parry Sound King 
between a point situate 680 metres 
measured westerly from its intersection 
with the centre line of the roadway- 
known as East Bear Lake Road and a 
point situate 50 metres measured east- 
erly from its intersection with the centre 
line of the roadway known as West Bear 
Lake Road. O. Reg. 97/83, s. 5 (4). 

James Snow 

Minister of Transportation 

and Communications 



Dated at Toronto, this 10th day of February, 1983. 
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COMMODITY BOARDS AND MARKETING 
AGENCIES ACT 

O. Reg. 98/83. 
Levies or Charges — Eggs. 
Made — February 9th, 1983. 
Filed— February 16th, 1983. 



163 



1178 O. Reg. 98/83 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 101/83 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 110 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

COMMODITY BOARDS AND MARKETING 

AGENCIES ACT 

1. Regulation 110 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 is amended by adding thereto the 
following section: 

4a. The Lieutenant Governor in Council further 
hereby grants to the marketing agency, in relation to 
the marketing of eggs locally within Ontario, authority 
to fix, impose and collect a charge from The Ontario 
Egg Producers' Marketing Board in the amount of 
$577,226.64, and to use such charge for the purposes 
of the marketing agency, including the creation of 
reserves, the payment of expenses and losses resulting 
from the sale or disposal of any eggs and the equaliza- 
tion or adjustment amoung producers of eggs of 
moneys realized from the sale thereof during such 
period or periods of time as the marketing agency may 
determine. O. Reg. 98/83, s. 1. 



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AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATIONS ACT 

O. Reg. 99/83. 
Designation of Associations. 
Made— February 9th, 1983. 
Filed— February 16th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 10 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATIONS ACT 

1. The Schedule to Regulation 10 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as amended by 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 611/81 and sec- 
tion 1 of Ontario Regulation 852/82, is further 
amended by adding thereto the following item: 

26. Ontario Aberdeen-Angus Association. 



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FARM PRODUCTS MARKETING ACT 

O. Reg. 100/83. 
Turkeys — Plan. 
Made— February 9th, 1983. 
Filed— February 16th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 384 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

FARM PRODUCTS MARKETING ACT 

1. Section 5 of the Schedule to Regulation 384 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

5. The local board shall be composed of eight pro- 
ducer-members, of whom two shall be from District 5 
and one from each of the other districts. 

2. Section 10 of the Schedule to the said Regula- 
tion is revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

10. — (1) On or before the 1st day of May, 1983, the 
producers in each district shall elect from among them- 
selves their representatives to the District Turkey Pro- 
ducers' Committee and to the local board. 

(2) Those persons elected from Districts 1,2,3 and 
4 under subsection (1) shall hold office for two years 
from the 1st day of May, 1983, and those persons 
elected from Districts 5, 6 and 7 under subsection (1) 
shall hold office for one year from the 1st day of May, 
1983. 

(3) On or before the 1st day of May, 1984 and in 
every second year thereafter, the producers in Districts 
5, 6 and 7 shall elect from among themselves their 
representatives to the District Turkey Producers' 
Committee and to the local board, to hold office for 
two years from the 1st day of May. 

(4) On or before the 1st day of May, 1985 and in 
every second year thereafter, the producers in Districts 
1,2,3 and 4 shall elect from among themselves their 
representatives to the District Turkey Producers' 
Committee and to the local board, to hold office for 
two years from the 1st day of May. 

(5) No person is eligible for election to the local 
board who is not an elected representative to the Dis- 
trict Turkey Producers' Committee. 

(6) No person is eligible for election from any dis- 
trict to the local board unless he resides within the 
district. 



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TEACHERS' SUPERANNUATION ACT 

O. Reg. 101/83. 

General. 

Made— February 9th, 1983. 

Filed— February 16th, 1983. 



164 






O. Reg. 101/83 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 102/83 1179 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 930 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

TEACHERS' SUPERANNUATION ACT 

1.— (1) Subsection 11 (1) of Regulation 930 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as 
remade by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
690/81, is revoked and the following substi- 
tuted therefor: 

(1) Until the 31st day of August, 1984 the allowance 
for a school year of a person who has returned to 
employment under the Act shall be continued in full so 
long as he is not employed more than twenty days in 
the school year, but if he is employed more than 
twenty days, his allowance shall be reduced by one 
four-hundredth of the annual amount thereof for each 
day over twenty days in the school year in which he is 
employed. O. Reg. 101/83, s. 1 (1). 

(2) Subsection 11 (la) of the said Regulation, as 
made by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 690/ 
81, is revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

(la) The period from and including the 1st day of 
September, 1982, to and including the 31st day of 
August, 1984 is declared to be a period during which 
there is need for the services of persons in receipt of 
allowances. O. Reg. 101/83, s. 1 (2). 



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MUNICIPAL BOUNDARY 
NEGOTIATIONS ACT, 1981 

O. Reg. 102/83. 

City of Chatham, Dover Township 

Boundary*. 
Made— February 9th, 1983. 
Filed— February 17th, 1983. 



ORDER IN COUNCIL 

R.O.C. 56/83 

On the recommendation of the undersigned, the 
Lieutenant Governor, by and with the advice and 
concurrence of the Executive Council, orders that 

WHEREAS The Corporation of the City of 
Chatham and The Corporation of the Township of 
Dover have entered into an agreement dated the 21st 
day of October, 1982 for the resolution of certain 
intermunicipal boundary issues; 

AND WHEREAS public notice was given by the 
Clerk of the Executive Council pursuant to subsection 
17 (1) of the Municipal Boundary Negotiations Act, 
1981 of the intention to make an order implementing 
the intermunicipal agreement; 



AND WHEREAS no objections to the proposed 
issuance of the order were filed with the Clerk of the 
Executive Council within the filing period; 

NOW THEREFORE on the recommendation of 
the undersigned, the Lieutenant Governor, by and 
with the advice and concurrence of the Executive 
Council, orders pursuant to section 14 of the Muni- 
cipal Boundary Negotiations Act, 1981 that 

1. On the 1st day of March, 1983, the portion of 
the Township of Dover described in the 
Schedule is annexed to the City of Chatham. 

2. All real property of The Corporation of the 
Township of Dover situate in the annexed 
area vests in The Corporation of the City of 
Chatham on the 1st day of March, 1983. 

3. On the 1st day of March, 1983, the by-laws 
of the City of Chatham extend to the annexed 
area and the by-laws of the Township of 
Dover cease to apply in such area except by- 
laws passed by the Township under section 
39 of the Planning Act or a predecessor of 
such section or which are kept in force by 
subsection 13 (3) of The Municipal Amend- 
ment Act, 1941, and by-laws passed under 
section 41 of the Planning Act, which shall 
remain in force until amended or repealed by 
the council of the City, except that by-laws 
conferring rights, privileges, franchises, 
immunities or exemptions that could not 
have been lawfully repealed by the council of 
the Township may not be repealed by the 
council of the City. 

4. The clerk of the Township of Dover shall 
forthwith prepare and furnish to the clerk of 
the City of Chatham a special collector's roll 
showing all arrears of taxes or special rates 
assessed against the lands in the annexed 
area up to and including the 28th day of 
February, 1983, and the persons assessed 
therefor. 

5. All real property taxes levied under any 
general or special Act and uncollected in the 
annexed area which are due and unpaid on 
the 28th day of February, 1983 shall continue 
after that date to be taxes due and payable to 
The Corporation of the Township of Dover 
and may be collected by The Corporation of 
the Township of Dover and The Corporation 
of the County of Kent in accordance with the 
provisions of the Municipal Act. 

6. The agreement between The Corporation of 
the City of Chatham and The Corporation of 
the Township of Dover dated the 21st day of 
October, 1982, is hereby implemented and 
the City and Township are empowered and 
directed to carry out their obligations arising 
therein. O. Reg. 102/83. 



165 



1180 
Recommended 

Concurred 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 102/83 



Claude Bennett 

Minister of Municipal Affairs 

and Housing 

George R. McCague 
Chairman 



Approved and Ordered February 9, 1983. 



John B. Aird 

Lieutenant Governor 



Schedule 

AREA TO BE ANNEXED TO 
THE CITY OF CHATHAM 

That parcel of land situate in the Township of 
Dover, in the County of Kent, being composed of that 
part of Lot 22 in Concession II more particularly 
described as follows: 



Beginning at the westerly angle of Part I as shown 
on a plan deposited in the Land Registry Office for the 
Registry Division of Kent (No. 24) as Plan 24R-1064. 

Thence northeasterly along the northwesterly limit of 
the said Part I and the northeasterly production of the 
said northwesterly limit 1021.56 feet to the northeast- 
erly limit of Baldoon Road, as established by Instru- 
ment Number 3350 for the Township of Dover; 

Thence southeasterly along the northeasterly limit 
of Baldoon Road 467.53 feet to the northwesterly 
boundary of the City of Chatham; 

Thence southwesterly along the said northwesterly 
boundary 1023.32 feet to the southwesterly limit of the 
said Lot 22; 

Thence northwesterly along the southwesterly limit 
of the said Lot 467.54 feet to the place of beginning. 
O. Reg. 102/83, Sched. 



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166 



O. Reg. 103/83 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 104/83 1229 



Publications Under The Regulations Act 



March 12th, 1983 



HEALTH DISCIPLINES ACT 

O. Reg. 103/83. 

Parcost C.D.I. 

Made— February 17th, 1983. 

Filed— February 2 1st, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 836/82 

MADE UNDER THE 

HEALTH DISCIPLINES ACT 

1 . Section 2 of the Schedule to Ontario Regulation 
836/82 is revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

2. For the purpose of subsection 155 (3) of the Act, 

(a) from the 1st day of April, 1983, to and 
including the 30th day of September, 1983, 
the prescription fee shall not exceed a 
maximum fee of $4.55; and 

(b) on and after the 1st day of October, 1983, the 
prescription fee shall not exceed a maximum 
fee of $4.65. 

2. This Regulation comes into force on the 1st day 
of April, 1983. 



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PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 
DEVELOPMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 104/83. 

The Regional Municipality of York, 

Town of Vaughan. 
Made — February 15th, 1983. 
Filed— February 22nd, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 475/73 

MADE UNDER THE 

PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 

DEVELOPMENT ACT 

1. Section 2 of Ontario Regulation 475/73 is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

2. — (1) In this section, 

(a) "designated lands" means, 



(i) the lands designated on Map 5 as 
Public Use Areas or as Complemen- 
tary Use Areas, and 

(ii) the lands designated on Map 5 by the 
symbols $:¥>:>$< roads). y£j^tj£/.( electric 
power facilities) orBBBBH (utilities), 
notwithstanding that the lands are not 
within a Public Use Area or a Com- 
plementary Use Area; 

(b) "Map 5" means Map 5 forming part of The 
Parkway Belt West Plan that was approved 
by the Lieutenant Governor by Order-in- 
Council 2188/78 on the 19th day of July, 
1978. 

(2) This Regulation applies to the following lands: 

1 . Those lands in the Town of Vaughan in The 
Regional Municipality of York, being: 

i. That part of Lot 3 in Concession III 
designated as Part 1 on a Reference 
Plan deposited in the Land Registry 
Office for the Registry Division of 
Toronto Boroughs (No. 64) as 
Number 64R-8307, 

ii. Lots 2 and 3 in Concession IV, 

iii. Lots 2 and 3 in Concession V, 

iv. Lot 2 in Concession VI, 

v. Lots 1 to 4, inclusive, in Concession 
Vm, and 

vi. Lots 1 and 2 in Concession LX. 

2. Those lands in the Town of Vaughan in The 
Regional Municipality of York, being the 
designated lands in: 

i. Lots 31 to 35, inclusive, in Concession 
I, 

ii. Lots 7 to 11, inclusive, in Concession 
II, 

iii. Lots 1 to 9, inclusive, in Concession 

in, 

iv. Lot 1 in Concession IV, 
v. Lots 1 and 4 in Concession V, 



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1230 O. Reg. 104/83 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

vi. Lots 3 and 4 in Concession VI, 

vii. Lots 1 to 5, inclusive, in Concession 
VII, 



viii. Lot 5 in Concession VIII, and 

ix. Lot 3 in Concession IX. 

3. All original road allowances between or 
fronting on the lands described in paragraphs 
1 and 2. O. Reg. 104/83, s. 1. 

2. Section 24 of the said Regulation, as made by 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 542/78, is 
revoked. 

3. Schedule 11 to the said Regulation, as made by 
section 2 of Ontario Regulation 542/78, is 
revoked. 

G. M. Farrow 

Assistant Deputy Minister 

Community Planning Wing 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

and Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 15th day of February, 1983. 



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PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 105/83. 

Order Made Under Section 30 of the 

Planning Act. 
Made— February 18th, 1983. 
Filed— February 22nd, 1983. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
PLANNING ACT 

ORDER MADE UNDER SECTION 30 OF 
THE PLANNING ACT 

1. A contravention before the 19th day of March, 
1973 of section 29 of The Planning Act, being chapter 
349 of the Revised Statutes of Ontario, 1970 or a pre- 
decessor thereof, or of a by-law passed under a pre- 
decessor of the said section, or of an Order made under 
clause 27 (1) (b), as it existed on the 25th day of June, 
1970, of The Planning Act, being chapter 296 of the 
Revised Statutes of Ontario, 1960 or a predecessor 
thereof, does not have and shall be deemed never to 
have had the effect of preventing the conveyance or 
creation of any interest in the following parcel of land: 

That parcel of land situate in the Town of Wasaga 
Beach, formerly in the Township of Nottawasaga, 
in the County of Simcoe, being composed of the west 
half of Lot 8 according to a Plan registered in the 
Land Registry Office for the Registry Division of 
Simcoe (No. 51) as Number 862. O. Reg. 105/83, 
s. 1. 



O. Reg. 107/83 

D. P. McHugh 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

Central and Southwest 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

and Housing 



Dated at Toronto, this 18th day of February, 1983. 



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COMMODITY BOARDS AND MARKETING 
AGENCIES ACT 

O. Reg. 106/83. 
Levies or Charges — Chicken. 
Made— February 17th, 1983. 
Filed— February 23rd, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 107 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

COMMODITY BOARDS AND MARKETING 

AGENCIES ACT 

1. Subsection 2 (1) of Regulation 107 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is amended by 
striking out "2 cents for each fifteen kilograms" 
in the ninth and tenth lines and inserting in lieu 
thereof "0.1984 cents per kilogram". 

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AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES ACT 

O. Reg. 107/83. 

General. 

Made— February 17th, 1983. 

Filed— February 23rd, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 12 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES ACT 

1. Clause 1 (b) of Regulation 12 of Revised Regu- 
lations of Ontario, 1980 is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

(ft) "specified exhibits" means specified exhibits 
as defined in the Exhibition Grants Regula- 
tions under the Appropriation Acts (Canada), 
as amended or remade from time to time, but 
excluding light horses. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 
12, s. 1; O. Reg. 107/83, s. 1. 

2. Section 3 of the said Regulation is revoked. 



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O. Reg. 108/83 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 1231 



LEGAL AID ACT 

O. Reg. 108/83. 

General. 

Made— February- 12th, 1983. 

Approved — February- 17th. 1983. 

Filed— February 23rd, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 575 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

LEGAL AID ACT 

1. Section 105 of Regulation 575 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 

105. — (1) The amounts set out in columns U and HI 
of Schedules 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 are the fees to be paid to 
barristers and solicitors for the professional services 
provided under the Act that are set out opposite 
thereto in column I of the said Schedules, subject to 
any qualifications in the notes to the Schedules and the 
reduction of twenty-five per cent provided for under 
section 22 of the Act. 

(2) The amounts to be paid under subsection (1) 
shall be calculated having regard to the effective date 
on which the certificate with respect to the service was 
issued. 

(3) The fees to be paid to barristers and solicitors for 
disbursements shall be calculated in accordance with 
Schedule 7. O. Reg. 108/83, s, 1. 



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2. Schedules 2 to 6 to the said Regulation are revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

Schedule 2 
FEES IN CRIMINAL MATTERS 



ITEM 


COLUMN I 
Service Provided 


EFFECTIVE DATE 




COLUMN II 

On and after 
the 1st day of 
July, 1982 and 
before the 1st 
day of July, 1983 


COLUMN III 

On and after 
the 1st day 
July, 1983 




GROUP I 






1. 


Indictable offences having a maximum punishment 
of life imprisonment under any statute of Canada, 
including an application for preventive detention 
under Part XXI of the Criminal Code (Canada) , but 
not including offences under subsection 306(1) of 
the Criminal Code (Canada) or section 4 of the 
Narcotic Control Act (Canada) . 


$ 50.00 




Preparation for preliminary hearing and trial, 
including interviews with accused and witnesses, 
per hour (See note 1) 


$ 53.00 


2. 


Counsel fee at preliminary hearing, per day 


252.00 


265.00 


3. 


Counsel fee at trial, per day 

GROUP II 

Indictable offences having a maximum punishment 
of more than two years but not more than fourteen 
years under any statute of Canada, offences under 
subsection 306(1) of the Criminal Code (Canada) or 
section 4 of the Narcotic Control Act (Canada) , 
an application for extradition, an application under 
the Fugitive Offenders Act (Canada) or an appeal to 
the Immigration Appeal Board. 


378.00 


397.00 


4. 


Preparation for preliminary hearing and trial, 
including interviews with the accused and witnesses, 
per hour (See note 2) 


44.00 


46.00 


5. 


Counsel fee at preliminary hearing, per day 


210.00 


220.00 


6. 


Counsel fee at trial, per day 


294.00 


309.00 



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7. 



8. 



9. 



GROUP III 

All indictable offences not mentioned in Groups I 
and II. All offences that may be prosecuted by 
either indictment or summary procedure, except 
offences under sections 234, 234.1, 235 and 236 of 
the Criminal Code (Canada) . Summary offences having 
a maximum punishment greater than six months 
imprisonment plus a fine of $500. (See note 3) 



For all services including bail hearings and bail 
reviews, preliminary hearing, adjournments, 
preparation and counsel fee at trial where the 
accused has no election under the Criminal Code 
(Canada) or where, in those offences that may be 
prosecuted by either indictment or summary procedure, 
the Crown elects to proceed by summary procedure or 
has not elected before disposal of the charge, 

(a) where the accused pleads not guilty or all 
charges are withdrawn 

(b) where the accused pleads guilty 



For all services including bail hearings and bail 
reviews, preliminary hearing, adjournments, 
preparation and counsel fee at trial where the 
accused has an election under the Criminal Code 
(Canada) , 

(a) where the accused pleads not guilty or all 
charges are withdrawn 

(b) where the accused pleads guilty 



GROUP IV 

All summary and provincial offences punishable by 
a maximum of six months imprisonment plus a $500 
fine, offences under sections 234, 234.1, 235 and 
236 of the Criminal Code (Canada) , where the Crown 
elects to proceed by summary procedure or has not 
elected before disposal of the charge, and appear- 
ances at deportation hearing before a special enquiry 
officer. 



For all services, including bail hearings, bail 
reviews, adjournments preparation and counsel fee at 
trial, 



$315.00 



210.00 



630.00 
210.00 



$331.00 
220.00 



662.00 
220.00 



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10. 



11. 



12. 



13. 



14. 



15. 



16. 



17. 



18. 



(a) where the accused pleads not guilty or all 
charges are withdrawn 

(b) where the accused pleads guilty 

BAIL PENDING TRIAL FOR OFFENCES IN GROUPS I AND II 



For all services including application to a judge of 
the Supreme Court, preparation, drawing notice of 
motion, affidavits, attendances, justifications by 
surety or sureties or entering into recognizance 



For all services including preparation, attendance 
on a judicial interim release hearing where the 
prosecutor moves to show cause 



For all services including a review of an order 
made by a justice of the peace or a judge, drawing 
notice of motion, preparation, affidavits, attend- 
ances, justification by surety or sureties, or 
entering into recognizance 



Bail pending appeal on all indictable offences 
(See note 4) 



APPEALS TO THE SUPREME COURT OF CANADA 
IN RESPECT OF ALL MATTERS 



Drawing application for leave to appeal, notice of 
appeal, preparation of appeal case, including 
statement of points of fact and law and all other 
necessary preparation, per hour (See note 5) 



Counsel fee on application for leave to appeal, 
per day or portion thereof 



Counsel fee on appeal, per day or portion thereof 



APPEALS TO THE COURT OF APPEAL WITH RESPECT TO 
INDICTABLE OFFENCES SET OUT IN GROUPS I AND II 



Drawing and filing notice of appeal, preparation of 
the appeal book, statement of points of fact and 
law and all other preparation (See note 6) 



Counsel fee per day or portion thereof 



$263.00 
158.00 



263.00 



131.00 



263.00 



50.00 

378.00 
504.00 



50.00 
378.00 



$276.00 
165.00 



276.00 



138.00 



276.00 



53.00 



397.00 



529.00 



53.00 
397.00 



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19. 



20, 



21. 



22. 



23. 



24. 



25. 



26. 



APPEALS TO THE COURT OF APPEAL WITH RESPECT TO 
INDICTABLE OFFENCES HAVING A MAXIMUM PUNISHMENT 
OF TWO YEARS AS SET OUT IN ITEM 7 



Drawing and filing notice of appeal, preparation of 
the appeal book, statement of points of fact and law, 
and all other preparation, per hour (See note 6) 



Counsel fee per day or portion thereof 



APPEALS TO THE COURT OF APPEAL OR THE 

DIVISIONAL COURT WITH RESPECT TO ALL 

SUMMARY CONVICTION OFFENCES 



Drawing and filing notice of appeal, preparation of 
the appeal book, application for leave to appeal, 
application for bail pending appeal, preparation of 
statement of points of fact and law, and all other 
preparation, up to a maximum of six hours, per hour 



Counsel fee per day or portion thereof 



ADJOURNMENTS 



Attendance on any adjournment before a justice of 
the Supreme Court or a judge of a county or district 
court (See note 7) 



Attendance on adjournment or consent order before a 
provincial court judge (See note 7) 



APPEAL TO A JUDGE OF A COUNTY OF DISTRICT COURT 
FROM A SUMMARY CONVICTION 



For preparing appeal and counsel fee on appeal, 
including recognizance or security, notice of appeal 
and statement of points of fact and law 



APPEALS BY WAY OF STATED CASE 



Application to a justice of the peace or provincial 
court judge to state case, including preparation of 
application, drafting case and service of applica- 



$ 44.00 



294.00 



44.00 



294.00 



$ 46.00 
309.00 



63.00 



21.00 



46.00 



309.00 



420.00 



66.00 



22.00 



441.00 



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tion, attendance on justice of the peace or provin- 
cial court judge to enter into recognizance or 
application for bail, preparation and service of 
notice of appeal and stated case, to a maximum of 
six hours, per hour 



27. Counsel fee on appeal, per day 



CERTIORARI, MDTION TO QUASH, MANDAMUS, 
PROHIBITION AND QUO WARRANTO 



28 J Block fee for all services including preparing, 

and serving and filing notice of motion- affidavits 
and all other necessary material, preparation and 
counsel fee on the hearing of the motion 



29 J On applications for leave to appeal and appeals to 
the Court of Appeal, the same fees as under items 
17 and 18. 



HABEAS CORPUS 



30 J Block fee for all services including preparing, 

serving and filing notice of motion, affidavits and 
all other necessary material, preparation and counsel 
fee on the hearing of the motion in the Supreme Court, 
applying for the writ of habeas corpus and the motion 
for discharge if the writ is granted, whether the 
application and the motion are heard on the same day 
or on different days 



PROCEEDINGS AND PROSECUTIONS UNDER THE 
JUVENILE DELINQUENTS ACT (CANADA) 



31. Fees in respect of all matters other than appeals 
are in the discretion of the Legal Accounts Officer 
who shall take into consideration the fees set out 
in this Schedule according to the circumstances out 
of which the proceedings or prosecution arose. 



APPEALS UNDER THE 
JUVENILE DELIQUENTS ACT (CANADA) 



32. Fees for the preparation and service of notice of 

application for leave to appeal to the Supreme Court 
and the Court of Appeal are in the discretion 
of the Legal Accounts Officer who shall allow a 
reasonable fee and in determining the fee properly 
payable in respect of the matter shall have regard 
to the fees payable under items 17 and 18. 



$ 44.00 
294.00 



525.00 



525.00 



$ 46.00 
309.00 



551.00 



551.00 



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TRAVELLING EXPENSES 






33. 


Where a solicitor travels from his office to a court 
for an appearance as counsel on behalf of his client, 
and where such travel is in excess of fifteen miles 
one way, the Legal Accounts Officer may, in his 
discretion, allow a fee for travelling if the appear- 
ance is for a purpose other than an adjournment, 
setting a date for a future appearance, or similar 








procedural matter, per hour (See note 18) 


$ 32.00 


$ 34.00 




EXPERIENCE INCREASE 






34. 


Where a solicitor certifies that he has the 
equivalent of four years of practice in criminal 
law, the basic hourly and per diem rates are subject 
to the following increase: (See note 19) 








basic rate per hour 44.00 increase to 


48.00 






basic rate per hour 46.00 increase to 




50.00 




basic rate per hour 50.00 increase to 


57.00 






basic rate per hour 53.00 increase to 




60.00 




basic rate per diem 210.00 increase to 


263.00 






basic rate per diem 220.00 increase to 




276.00 




basic rate per diem 252.00 increase to 


284.00 






basic rate per diem 265.00 increase to 




298.00 




basic rate per diem 294.00 increase to 


331.00 






basic rate per diem 309.00 increase to 




348.00 




basic rate per diem 378.00 increase to 


425.00 






basic rate per diem 397.00 increase to 




446.00 




basic rate per diem 504.00 increase to 


567.00 






basic rate per diem 529.00 increase to 




595.00 


35. 


Where a solicitor certifies that he has the 
equivalent of ten years of practice in litigation, 
including at least four years of practice in 
criminal law, the basic hourly and per diem rates 
are subject to the following increases: 
(See note 19) 








basic rate per hour 44.00 increase to 


55.00 






basic rate per hour 46.00 increase to 




58.00 




basic rate per hour 50.00 increase to 


63.00 






basic rate per hour 53.00 increase to 




66.00 




basic rate per diem 210.00 increase to 


289.00 






basic rate per diem 220.00 increase to 




303.00 




basic rate per diem 252.00 increase to 


315.00 






basic rate per diem 265.00 increase to 




331.00 




basic rate per diem 294.00 increase to 


368.00 






basic rate per diem 309.00 increase to 




386.00 




basic rate per diem 378.00 increase to 


473.00 






basic rate per diem 397.00 increase to 




497.00 




basic rate per diem 504.00 increase to 


630.00 






basic rate per diem 529.00 increase to 




662.00 



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NOTES 

1. A maximum of eight hours preparation for each of the first two days of 
trial and a maximum of four hours preparation for each succeeding day 
of trial is allowed, but not more than, 

(a) forty hours for first and second degree murder; 

(b) thirty- two hours for attempted murder, manslaughter, rape, 
criminal negligence causing death, importing a narcotic; and 

(c) twenty-four hours for all other indictable offences punishable by 
a maximum of life imprisonment, including an application under 
Part XXI of the Criminal Code (Canada) . 

2. A maximum of six hours preparation for the first day of trial, four 
hours preparation for the second day of trial and a maximum of two 
hours preparation for each succeeding day of trial is allowed, but not 
more than, 

(a) eighteen hours for indictable offences punishable by a maximum of 
fourteen years; 

(b) thirty-two hours for attempted murder, manslaughter, rape, 
criminal negligence causing death, importing a narcotic; and 

(c) twelve hours for indictable offences punishable by more than two 
years, but not more than five years, or an application for 
extradition or under the Fugitive Offenders Act (Canada) or an 
appeal to the Immigration Appeal Board. 

3. When an offence may be prosecuted by either indictment or summary 
procedure, the maximum punishment by indictment exceeds two years and 
the prosecutor proceeds by indictment, the solicitor is entitled to 
submit his account as if the offence were included in Group II and the 
matter shall then be treated as a Group II offence for the purpose of 
this Schedule. 

4. On, 

(a) an application to the Chief Justice of Ontario or other judge 
designated by him for admission to bail including drawing of 
notice of motion, affidavits, attendances incidental to the 
application, preparation of recognizance, execution thereof and 
justification of surety or sureties; or 

(b) a review of an order made by the Chief Justice of Ontario or 
other judge designated by him, including drawing notice of 
motion, affidavits, attendances incidental to the review, 



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preparation of recognizance, execution thereof and justification 
of surety or sureties, a maximum of eight hours is allowed at the 
appropriate preparation rate under item 1 or 4. 

5. The maximum preparation time allowed for, 

(a) leave to appeal, is fifteen hours; and 

(b) appeal, is thirty-five hours. 

6. The maximum time allowed where appeal is against, 

(a) sentence only, is six hours; and 

(b) conviction and sentence, or conviction alone, is fourteen hours. 

7. A solicitor is not entitled to a fee for more than one adjournment or 
consent order before the same judge during the same half day. 

8. The Legal Accounts Officer may allow a fee to a solicitor for the 
preparation of an opinion, for an additional opinion or for his 
attendance to make further submissions when requested by an area 
committee. 

9. In any matter referred to in clause 14(1) (c) of the Act, the fee shall 
be in the discretion of the Legal Accounts Officer who shall have 
regard to the importance and difficulty of the work. 

10. In any criminal matter, proceeding, action or appeal, not dealt with 
by this Schedule, the Legal Accounts Officer shall allow a reasonable 
fee and in determining the fee properly payable in respect of the 
matter, proceeding, action or appeal, the Legal Accounts Officer shall 
have regard to this Schedule for comparable services. 

11. This Schedule is a legal aid tariff reflecting fees customarily paid 
by a client of modest means and except in unusual circumstances the 
fees provided for herein shall normally apply for the legal services 
covered thereby including block fees and maximum fees, but, 

(a) such fees may be increased by the Legal Accounts Officer in those 
cases where in his opinion an increase is justified, having 
regard to all the circumstances including the nature of the 
offence charged, the complexity of the case, the result obtained 
and any other factor that would warrant an increased fee; and 

(b) such fees may be decreased by the Legal Accounts Officer in those 
cases where in his opinion a decrease is appropriate, 

(i) under the provisions of section 110 of this Regulation, or 

(ii) where and to the extent that the fees charged exceed the 
amount of fees that would be taxed were the account of the 
solicitor for the legal aid services the subject of a 
taxation under the Solicitors Act. 



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12. A solicitor shall prepare his account in accordance with this Schedule 
and shall provide details of services rendered, including the date, 
time of day, length of time, description of service and by whom the 
service was rendered. 

13. The Legal Accounts Officer may require proof and justification of 
all items included in an account, either by the production of docket 
entries or otherwise. 

14. Where a solicitor represents two or more persons charged with the 
same offence or a similar offence arising out of the same occurrence, 
and where the trials, pleas of guilty or appeals are heard in the same 
court at approximately the same time, then, for the purposes of this 
Schedule, the solicitor is entitled to fees as for one client and to 
an increase of forty per cent and such additional fees as may be 
appropriate in accordance with Note 11. 

15. Where a solicitor represents a person charged with two or more 
offences, and the trials, pleas of guilty or appeals are heard in the 
same court at approximately the same time, then, for the purposes of 
this Schedule, the solicitor is entitled to fees as for one charge and 
such additional fees as may be appropriate in accordance with Note 11. 

16. If an application for leave to appeal and the hearing of the appeal 
are heard at approximately the same time, the solicitor is entitled to 
fees for the appeal only. 

17. Where a solicitor can readily ascertain that the services authorized 
by a certificate, in the specific circumstances of that case, are 
sufficiently unusual or unique that the maximum allowed by the tariff 
is clearly inadequate, he shall forthwith advise the are director and 
the Legal Accounts Officer of the details of the case and an estimate 
of the time and services required in his opinion. Failure of a 
solicitor to do so will be a factor in the settlement of the 
solicitor's account. 

18. In exercising the discretion under item 23 the Legal Accounts Officer 
shall have regard to the availablity of a local agent where the court 
is located, the seriousness of the matter, the convenience of the 
client, whether the matter could have been handled by a solicitor's 
agent, and the time and duration of the travel. The fee allowed for 
travelling shall not exceed 30 per cent of the total fee settled by 
the Legal Accounts Officer for the services rendered. 

19. For the purpose of this Schedule, years of practice in criminal law 
or litigation are calculated by multiplying the total number of years 
in practice by the percentage of the solicitor's practice that is 
criminal law or litigation, as the case may be. 

20. Where a solicitor attends at court with his client to commence a 
preliminary hearing or trial on a date already fixed by the court, is 
required to wait more than one hour before his client's case is called 
by the court, and through no fault of the solicitor the preliminary 
hearing or trial is adjourned to another fixed date, the solicitor 
shall if the circumstances required him to wait, be paid a fee equal 
to one half of the preparation rate applicable under items 1 or 4 to a 
maximum of three and one-half hours in lieu of any claim under items 
23 and 24. 

O. Reg. 108/83, s. 2, part. 



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Schedule 3 
FEES IN CIVIL MATTERS 



1241 



ITEM 


COUMl I 
Service Provided 


EFFECTIVE 


: DATE 


COLLMJ II COUMJ III 

On and after On and after 
the 1st day of the 1st day 
July, 1982 and July, 1983 
before the 1st 
day of July, 1983 


1. 


In all matters, proceedings, actions or appeals in 
the Supreme Court of Canada, Supreme Court of 
Ontario, Federal Court of Canada, Divisional Court, 
Surrogate Court, proceedings under the Family Law 
Reform Act in a county or district court, appeals in 


$ 50.00 


$ 53.00 


a county or district court and quasi-judicial or 
administrative boards or commissions an hourly rate 
of (See notes 1 to 6 and notes 8 and 9) 


2. 


In all matters, proceedings, actions in a county or 
district court (other than proceedings under the 
Family^ Law Reform Act, and Provincial Court (Family 


44.00 


46.00 


Division) ) an hourly rate of (See notes 1 to 6 and 
notes 8 and 9) 




APPEALS 






3. 


All services including preparation, correspondence, 
preparation of appeal book and statement of law and 
fact, 








(a) to a judge alone in court or chambers, counsel 
fee per day 


294.00 


309.00 




(b) to the Divisional Court oc Court of Appeal, 
counsel fee per day 


378.00 


397.00 


4. 


Passing record and setting action down for trial, 
preparing, serving and filing notice of trial 


32.00 


34.00 


5. 


Counsel fee in the Supreme Court of Ontario, 
Federal Court of Canada, Divisional Court, 
Surrogate Court and in proceedings under the 
Family Law Reform Act, in a county or district, 


378.00 


397.00 


per day 



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7. 



8. 



10. 



11. 



12. 

13. 

14. 
15. 



Counsel fee in a county or district court (other 
than proceedings under the Family Law Reform Act ) , 
per day 



Adjournments or attendance at Assignment Court 
(See note 7) 



ORIGINATING MOTIONS 
(See notes 10 to 14) 



Counsel fee in the Supreme Court of Ontario, Federal 
Court of Canada, Divisional Court, Surrogate Court 
and in proceedings under the Family Law Reform Act 
in a county or district court for attendance on 
motion, per day 



Counsel fee in a county or district court (other 
than proceedings under the Family Law Reform Act ) 
for attendance on motion, per day 



Uncontested divorce proceedings, including prelim- 
inary attendances, preparing and issuing petition, 
services, all other necessary matters preliminary to 
trial including correspondence, interlocutory 
applications, discoveries, preparation for trial, 
setting down for trial, counsel fee at trial and all 
necessary matters subsequent to trial, including 
obtaining judgement absolute, preparation of bill of 
costs, attendance on taxation, obtaining assignment 
of costs, filing execution 



Advising a defendant in an uncontested divorce 
action in respect of all necessary matters, up to a 
maximum of eight hours, per hour 



PROVINCIAL COURT (FAMILY DIVISION) 
Proceedings under the Family Reform Act 
(See note 18) 



Counsel fee at trial on a contested basis, per day 



Counsel fee where the trial is uncontested or 
where a consent order is made, as to all claims 



Counsel fee on a show cause hearing 
Attendance on adjournment 



$294.00 



63.00 



378.00 



294.00 



441.00 



50.00 



$309.00 



66.00 



397.00 



309.00 



294.00 

105.00 

105.00 

21.00 



463.00 



53.00 



309.00 

110.00 

110.00 

22.00 



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PROVINCIAL COURT (FAMILY DIVISION) 
Proceedings under Part II of the Child Welfare Act 
(See note 19) 



16. Counsel fee at trial, per day 



17. Counsel fee where the trial is uncontested, when an 
order is made, both as to the finding under section 
28 and the disposition under section 30, or where 
an order is made under section 31, 32, 37 or 38 of 
the Child Welfare Act 



SMALL CLAIMS COURTS 

18. Where the amount involved is $200 or less, 

(a) preparation of claim; 

(b) preparation of dispute; 

(c) attendance at trial 

19. Where the amount involved exceeds $200 but does not 
exceed $400, 

(a) preparation of claim; 

(b) preparation of dispute; 

(c) attendance at trial 

20. Where the amount involved exceeds $400, 

(a) preparation of claim; 

(b) preparation of dispute; 

(c) attendance at trial 

CONSOLIDATION ORDERS 



21. All proceedings on an application for a consolidation 
order under the Small Claims Courts Act including 
searches, affidavits, services, correspondence and 
attendances on the judge and clerk 



22. Negotiating and drawing an agreement for the rateable 
distributing of payments by a debtor among his 
creditors 



$294.00 



105.00 



11.00 
11.00 
32.00 



16.00 
16.00 
42.00 

32.00 
32.00 
95.00 



79.00 



79.00 



$309.00 



110.00 



12.00 
12.00 
34.00 



17.00 
17.00 
44.00 

34.00 

34.00 

100.00 



83.00 



83.00 



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23. 



24. 



25. 



26. 



27. 



28. 



29. 



30. 



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Receiving and distributing payments made pursuant 
to an agreement referred to in item 22, six per cent 
of the amount received. 



QUASI-JUDICIAL OR ADMINISTRATIVE BOARDS 
OR COMMISSIONS 



Counsel fee, per day (See note 20) 
APPEALS TO THE SUPREME COURT OF CANADA 



Counsel fee on application for leave to appeal per 
day or portion thereof (See note 22) 



Counsel fee on appeal per day or portion thereof 
(See note 22) 



APPEALS TO THE COURT OF APPEAL, FEDERAL COURT OF 

APPEAL, DIVISIONAL COURT AND COUNTY OR DISTRICT 

COURT, EXCEPT APPEALS UNDER ITEM 29 



Counsel fee on application for leave to appeal, 
where applicable^per day or portion thereof 



Counsel fee on appeal, per day or portion thereof 



APPEALS TO COUNTY OR DISTRICT COURT UNDER THE 
FAMILY LAW REFORM ACT 



Fee for all services including preparation and 
filing notice of appeal, preparation for and counsel 
fee on appeal 



SEPARATION AGREEMENTS 



Fee for all services for negotiating, drafting and 
settling a marital separation agreement 



CHANGE OF NAME APPLICATIONS 



Fee for all services on an application for a change 
of name under the Change of Name Act 



O. Reg. 108/83 



$294.00 



378.00 



504.00 



378.00 
378.00 



420.00 



315.00 



315.00 



$309.00 



397.00 



529.00 



397.00 
397.00 



441.00 



331.00 



331.00 



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1245 



32. 



33. 



34. 



35. 



36. 



Fee for all services in adoption proceedings 



APPLICATION UNDER THE WAGES ACT 



Fee for all services including preparation, drafting 
affidavits and other documents and attendances on 
the judge in an application under section 7 of the 
Wages Act 



For drawing documents wherever the subject-matter 
or nature thereof is properly or customarily within 
the scope of the professional duties of a solicitor, 
per hour 



Where a solicitor travels from his office to a court 
for an appearance as counsel on behalf of his client, 
and where such travel is in excess of fifteen miles 
one way, the Legal Accounts Officer may, in his dis- 
cretion, allow a fee for travelling, if the appearance 
is for a purpose other than an adjournment, setting a 
date for a future appearance, or similar procedural 
matter, per hour (See note 34) 



Where a solicitor certifies that he has the 
equivalent of four years of practice in civil 
litigation, the basic hourly and per diem rates set 
out in the Schedule are subject to increase as 
follows: (See note 35) 



basic 
basic 
basic 
basic 
basic 
basic 
basic 
basic 
basic 
basic 
basic 
basic 
basic 
basic 



rate 
rate 
rate 
rate 
rate 
rate 
rate 
rate 
rate 
rate 
rate 
rate 
rate 
rate 



per hour 
per hour 
per hour 
per hour 
per diem 
per diem 
per diem 
per diem 
per diem 
per diem 
per diem 
per diem 
per diem 
per diem 



44.00 

46.00 

50.00 

53.00 

210.00 

220.00 

252.00 

265.00 

294.00 

309.00 

378.00 

397.00 

504.00 

529.00 



increase to 
increase to 
increase to 
increase to 
increase to 
increase to 
increase to 
increase to 
increase to 
increase to 
increase to 
increase to 
increase to 
increase to 



$252.00 



$265.00 



105.00 



50.00 



110.00 



53.00 



32.00 



48.00 
57.00 
263.00 
284.00 
331.00 
425.00 
567.00 



34.00 



50.00 
60.00 
276.00 
298.00 
348.00 
446.00 
595.00 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 108/83 



37. 


Where a solicitor certifies that he 


has the equivalent 








of ten years of practice in litigation, including at 








least four years of practice in civ 


l1 litigation, the 








basic hourly and per diem rates set 


out in the Schedule 








are subject to increase as follows: 


(See note 35) 








basic rate per hour 44.00 


increase to 


55.00 






basic rate per hour 46.00 


increase to 




58.00 




basic rate per hour 50.00 


increase to 


63.00 






basic rate per hour 53.00 


increase to 




66.00 




basic rate per diem 210.00 


increase to 


289.00 






basic rate per diem 220.00 


increase to 




303.00 




basic rate per diem 252.00 


increase to 


315.00 






basic rate per diem 265.00 


increase to 




331.00 




basic rate per diem 294.00 


increase to 


368.00 






basic rate per diem 309.00 


increase to 




386.00 




basic rate per diem 378.00 


increase to 


473.00 






basic rate per diem 397.00 


increase to 




497.00 




basic rate per diem 504.00 


increase to 


630.00 






basic rate per diem 529.00 


increase to 




662.00 



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NOTES 

1. For preliminary interviews, advising and receiving instructions for 
the institution or defence of an action or a proceeding, including 
preparation and issuance of writ, notice of petition, third party 
notice, or summons to party added by counterclaim, appearance and 
correspondence a maximum of two and one-half hours is allowed. 

2. For preparation and delivery of all pleadings including petition, 
answer and counter-petition, affidavit of merits, demand and reply to 
demand for particulars, financial statement, statement of property and 
correspondence a maximum of four hours is allowed. 

3. All services including preparation of notice to produce, affidavits on 
production, the production and inspection of documents, correspondence 
and preparation for discoveries a maximum of one hour for each hour of 
examination for discovery is allowed. 

4. Attendance on discovery is calculated at the applicable hourly rate 
with a minimum allowance of one hour. 

5. The following maximum times are allowed for interlocutory motions: 

1. For uncontested or ex parte motions, all services, including 
preparation of notice of motion and affidavits, preparation, 
correspondence and attendance on motion, if required, and 
settling, issuing and entering the order, a maximum of one and 
one-half hours. 

2. For contested motions, all services, including preparation of 
notice of motion and affidavits, preparation, correspondence and 
attendance on motion, and settling, issuing and entering the 
order, a maximum of four hours. 

3. Where examinations are held on affidavits, all services in 
connection therewith including preparation for examination and 
correspondence, a maximum fee of one hour for each hour of 
examination. 



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1248 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 108/83 

4. Attendance on examination is calculated at the applicable hourly 
rate with a minimum allowance of one hour. 

5. On application for leave to appeal, all services including 
preparation, correspondence and attendance on application for 
leave, a maximum of three hours. 

6. Preparation for trial, including necessary correspondence, attendance 
at pre- trail conference and preparation during trial, a maximum of ten 
hours is allowed for each of the first two days of trial and five 
hours is allowed for each succeeding day of trial but not more than 
forty hours. 

7. A solicitor is not entitled to a fee for more than one adjournment 
before the same judge during the same half day. 

8. On all necessary matters subsequent to trial including correspondence, 
settling, issuing and entering judgment, a maximum of one hour is 
allowed. 

9. Preparation for and attendance on taxation of bill of costs, obtaining 
assigment of costs, correspondence and examination of judgment debtor 
and filing execution, a maximum of one and one-half hours is allowed. 

10. On uncontested and ex parte motions, all services including 
preparation of notice of motion and affidavits, preparation, 
correspondence and attendance on motion, settling, issuing and 
entering the order, a maximum of three hours is allowed. 

11. On contested motion, all services including preparation of notice of 
motion and affidavits, preparation, correspondence, settling, issuing 
and entering the order, a maximum of five hours is allowed. 

12. Where examinations are held on affidavits, all services in connection 
therewith including preparation for the attendance on examination and 
correspondence, a maximum fee of one hour for each hour of examination 
is allowed. 

13. Attendance on examination is calculated at the applicable hourly rate 
with a minimum allowance of one hour. 

14. Where the trial of an issue or a reference is directed on the return 
of an originating notice of motion, the fees for subsequent services 
shall be determined by reference to the fees provided for comparable 
services in this Schedule. 

15. The counsel fee on a reference to a judge, master, official or special 
referee, registrar, clerk or commissioner is at the discretion of the 
Legal Accounts Officer. 



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O. Reg. 108/83 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 1249 

16. A fee may be allowed in the discretion of the Legal Accounts Officer 
for negotiating a settlement whether or not a settle men t has been 
effected or proceedings have been instituted. 

17. In non-contentious estate matters the fees shall be calculated in 
accordance with the Tariff of Fees under the Surrogate Courts Act . 

18. All preparation, including preliminary interviews, correspondence, 
preparation of financial statement and other required documents and 
preparation for trial, a maximum of six hours is allowed for the first 
day of trial and three hours is allowed for each succeeding day of 
trial. 

19. For preliminary interviews, correspondence and preparation for trial, 
a maximum of ten hours is allowed for the first day of trial and three 
hours is allowed for each succeeding day of trial. 

20. For preliminary interviews, advising and receiving instructions, 
preparation and correspondence, a maximum of five hours is allowed. 

21. In bankruptcy proceedings, for all necessary professional services in 
bankruptcy proceedings including correspondence, subsequent to a 
receiving order or an authorized assignment, a maximum of two hours is 
allowed. 

22. For drawing an application for leave to appeal, notice of appeal, 
preparation of appeal case, including statement of points of fact and 
law, and all other necessary preparation, maximum preparation time 
allowed for, 

(a) leave to appeal, is fifteen hours; and 

(b) appeal, is thirty-five hours. 

23. For drawing and filing notice of appeal, preparation of appeal book, 
application for leave to appeal, preparation of appeal books and 
statement of points of fact and law and all other preparation the 
maximum preparation time allowed for, 

(a) leave to appeal, is ten hours; and 

(b) appeal, is twenty-five hours. 

24. In any matter referred bo in clause 14(1) (c) of the Act the fee shall 
be in the discretion of the Legal Accounts Officer who shall have 
regard to the importance and difficulty of the work. 

25. The Legal Accounts Officer may allow a fee in proper cases for any 
services rendered with respect to an application to an area committee 
under section 14 of the Act when such services have been rendered at 
the request of and for the use of the area committee. 



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1250 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 108/83 

26. The Legal Accounts Officer may allow a fee Xf a solicitor for the 
preparation of an opinion, for an additional opinion or for his 
attendance to make further submissions when requested by the area 
committee or the area director. 

27. In any matter, proceeding, action or appeal, not dealt with by this 
Schedule, the Legal Accounts Officer shall allow a reasonable fee and 
in determining the fee properly payable in respect of such matter, 
proceeding, action or appeal, the Legal Accounts Officer shall have 
regard to this Schedule for comparable services. 

28. This Schedule is a legal aid tariff reflecting fees customarily paid 
by a client of modest means and except in unusual circumstances the 
fees provided for shall normally apply for the legal services covered 
thereby including block fees and maximum fees, but, 

(a) such fees may be increased by the Legal Accounts Officer in those 
cases where in his opinion an increase is justified, having 
regard to all the circumstances including the nature of the work 
done, the complexity of the case, the result obtained and any 
other factor which would warrant an increased fee; and 

(b) such fees may be decreased by the Legal Accounts Officer in those 
cases where in his opinion a decrease is appopriate, 

(i) under the provisions of section 110 of this Regulation, or 

(ii) where and to the extent that the fees charged exceed the 

amount of fees that would be taxed where the account of the 
solicitor for the legal aid services the subject of a 
taxation under the Solicitors Act . 

29. A solicitor shall prepare his account in accordance with this Schedule 
and shall provide details of services rendered, including the date, 
time of day, length of time, description of service and by whom the 
service was rendered. 

30. The Legal Accounts Officer may require proof and justification of all 
items included in an account, either by the production of docket 
entries or otherwise. 

31. Where a solicitor represents two or more persons in the same 
proceeding or matter or where a solicitor represents a person in two 
or more proceedings or matters and in either case where the trials, 
hearings or appeals are heard in the same court or forum at 
approximately the same time, then for the purposes of this Schedule 
the solicitor shall be entitled to fees as for one client on one 
proceeding or matter and such additional fees as may be appropriate in 
accordance with Note 28. 

32. If an application for leave to appeal and the hearing of the appeal 
are heard at approximately the same time, the solicitor is entitled to 
fees for the appeal only. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



1251 



33. Where a solicitor can readily ascertain that the services authorized 
by a certificate, in the specific circumstances of that case, are 
sufficiently ununsual or unique that the maximum allowed by the tariff 
is clearly inadequate, he shall forthwith advise the area director and 
the Legal Accounts Officer of the details of the case and an estimate 
of the time and services required in his opinion. Failure of a 
solicitor to do so will be a factor in the settlement of the 
solicitor's account. 

34. In exercising the discretion under item 35 the Legal Accounts Officer 
shall have regard to the availability of a local agent where the court 
is located, the seriousnes of the matter, the convenience of the 
client, whether the matter could have been handled by a solicitor's 
agent, and the time and duration of the travel. The fee allowed for 
travelling time shall not exceed 30 per cent of the total fee allowed 
for the services rendered as settled by the Legal Accounts Officer. 

35. For the purpose of this Schedule, 

(a) practice in litigation means practice in civil litigation or 
practice in criminal law; and 

(b) years of practice in civil litigation or litigation are 
calculated by multiplying the total number of years in practice 
by the percentage of the solicitor's practice that is civil 
litigation or litigation, as the case may be. 

36. In a county court action where costs at trial are awarded on the 
Supreme Court scale, the fees under this Schedule shall be calculated 
as for an action in the Supreme Court. 



O. Reg. 108/83, s. 2, part. 






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1252 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
Schedule 4 



O. Reg. 108/83 



FEES FOR SOLICITORS PROVIDING SERVICES OF LAW CLERKS, ARTICLED STUDENTS AND 

INVESTIGATORS 



ITEM 
1. 


COUMH I 


EFFECTIVE DATE 


■ 

Service Provided 


COLUMN II 

On and after 
the 1st day of 
July, 1982 and 
before the 1st 
day of July, 1983 


COLUMN III 

On and after 
the 1st day 
July, 1983. 


Fees for law clerks, articled students and 
investigators in the full-time employ of the 
solicitor, per hour 


$ 17.00 


$ 18.00 



NOTES 



1. Where Schedules 2 and 3 provide a total fee for a particular service 
the fee payable for the service shall include any services provided by 
any one or more of a law clerk, articled student or investigator. 
Where all of the service has been provided by any one or more of such 
persons, the fee payable for the services is the lesser of the total 
fee calculated under Schedule 2 or 3 or the amount produced by the 
application of the hourly rate in this Schedule. 

2. Where Schedules 2 and 3 provide a maximum number of hours of 
preparation, any allowance for fees under this Schedule shall be 
considered as part of the total allowable fees and be included in the 
maximum. However, in applying the maximum, the hours billed under 
Schedules 2 and 3 shall be applied first. 



O. Reg. 108/83, s. 2, part. 



190 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Schedule 5 

FEES IN DUTY COUNSEL 



1253 



item 


COLUMN I 
Service Provided 


EFFECTIVE DATE 


COLUMN II 

On and after 
the 1st day of 
July, 1982 and 
before the 1st 
day of July, 1983 


COLUMN III 

On and after 
the 1st day 
July, 1983 


l. 

2. 
3. 


Subject to item 2, performance of duties as duty 
counsel under sections 71 and 75 of this Regulation, 
per hour (See item 21) 

The per diem limit under item 1, except where an 
increase is recommended by the area director and 
approved by the Director, per day 

Travel allowance for the time spent in travelling to 
and from the place where his duties are performed, 
where the distance is fifteen miles or more one way, 
and the solicitor satisfies the area director that 
such travel was reasonable and necessary under the 
circumstances, per hour 


$ 44.00 
220.00 

32.00 


$ 46.00 
231.00 

34.00 



NOTES 



1. In special circumstances the Legal Aid Committee may, from time to 
time, establish a different allowance for fees for duty counsel 
providing services in remote areas of northern Ontario. 



O. Reg. 108/83, s. 2, part. 



191 






1254 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Schedule 6 

FEES OF LEGAL ADVICE SOLICITORS 



O. Reg. 108/83 



ITEM 



COLUMN I 
Service Provided 



EFFECTIVE DATE 



COLUMN II 

On and after 
the 1st day of 
July, 1982 and 
before the 1st 
day of July, 1983 



COLUMN III i 

On and after 
the 1st day 
July, 1983 



1. 



Interviews and advice to applicants including any 
necessary correspondence, up to a maximum of three 
hours, per hour 



$ 44.00 



$ 46.00 



O. Reg. 108/83, s. 2, part. 

3. Notwithstanding section 2, Schedules 2 to 6 of the said Regulation, as they existed immediately before the 
coming into force of this Regulation, apply in respect of services rendered under certificates issued before 
the 1st day of July, 1982. 

4. Schedules 2 to 6 of the said Regulation, as set out in section 2 of this Regulation, apply in respect of 
services rendered under certificates issued on or after the 1st day of July, 1982. 

The Law Society of Upper Canada: 

John D. Bowlby 
Treasurer 

Kenneth Jarvis 
Secretary 



Dated at Toronto, this 12th day of February, 1983. 
(2254) 



11 



PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 109/83. 

Order Made Under Section 30 of the 

Planning Act. 
Made— February 21st, 1983. 
Filed— February 24th, 1983. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
PLANNING ACT 

ORDER MADE UNDER SECTION 30 OF 
THE PLANNING ACT 

1. A contravention before the 19th day of March, 
1973 of section 29 of The Planning Act, being chapter 
349 of the Revised Statutes of Ontario, 1970 or a 
predecessor thereof, or of a by-law passed under a 
predecessor of the said section, or of an Order made 
under clause 27 (1) (ft), as it existed on the 25th day of 
June, 1970, of The Planning Act, being chapter 296 of 
the Revised Statutes of Ontario, 1960 or a predecessor 



thereof, does not have and shall be deemed never to 
have had the effect of preventing the conveyance or 
creation of any interest in the following parcel of land: 

That parcel of land situate in the Town of Fort 
Erie in The Regional Municipality of Niagara, being 
composed of those parts of Lots 13 and 14 on the 
north side of Drummond Crescent, according to a 
Registered Plan registered in the Land Registry 
Office for the Registry Division of Niagara South 
(No. 59) as Number 328 for the Town of Fort Erie 
and Registered Plan Number 2371 for the former 
Township of Bertie, now known as Plan Number 
992, more particularly described as follows: 

Premising that the southeasterly limit of Albany 
Street according to the said Plans has a bearing of 
north 45° 13' east and relating all bearings herein 
thereto; 

Beginning at the point of intersection of the said 
southeasterly limit of Albany Street with the south- 
westerly limit of Radford Avenue as shown on the 
said Plans; 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



Thence south 45° 13' west along the said southeast- 
erly limit of Albany Street 127.94 feet to the point of 
commencement of the parcel to be described; 

Thence south 45° 13' west continuing along the said 
southeasterly limit of Albany Street 15.1 feet; 

Thence south 38° 15' east 185 feet; 

Thence north 51° 13' east 39.90 feet; 

Thence north 38° 12' west 60 feet; 

Thence north 80° 17' west 37.33 feet; 



Thence north 38° 
commencement. 



1255 

15' west 98.61 feet to the point of 
O. Reg. 109/83, s. 1. 

D. P. McHugh 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

Central and Southwest 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

and Housing 



Dated at Toronto, this 21st day of February, 1983. 
(2256) 11 



193 



O. Reg. 110/83 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 111/83 1323 



Publications Under The Regulations Act 



March 19th, 1983 



PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 110/83. 

Order Made Under Section 30 of 

the Planning Act. 
Made — February 24th, 1983. 
Filed— February 28th, 1983. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
PLANNING ACT 

ORDER M\DE UNDER SECTION 30 OF THE 
PLANNING ACT 

1. A contravention before the 19th day of March, 
1973 of section 29 of The Planning Act, being chapter 
349 of the Revised Statutes of Ontario, 1970, or a pre- 
decessor thereof, or of a by-law passed under a pre- 
decessor of the said section, or of an Order made under 
clause 27 (1) (b), as it existed on the 25th day of June, 
1970, of The Planning Act, being chapter 296 of the 
Revised Statutes of Ontario, 1960 or a predecessor 
thereof, does not have and shall be deemed never to 
have had the effect of preventing the conveyance or 
creation of any interest in the following parcel of land: 

That parcel of land situate in the City of Cornwall 
in the United Counties of Stormont, Dundas and 
Glengarry, being that part of Lot 7 in Concession I 
more particularly described as follows: 

Beginning at a point in the easterly limit of 
Marlborough Street distant 333.25 feet measured 
northerly thereon from the easterly production of the 
northerly limit of Fourth Street as shown on the 
Plan on file in the Land Registry Office for the 
Registry Division of Stormont (No. 52); 

Thence continuing northerly along the said limit of 
Marlborough Street a distance of 30 feet; 

Thence easterly parallel with the said easterly pro- 
duction of the northerly limit of Fourth Street a dis- 
tance of 113 feet; 

Thence southerly parallel with the said limit of 
Marlborough Street a distance of 30 feet; 

Thence westerly parallel with the said easterly pro- 
duction of the northerly limit of Fourth Street a dis- 
tance of 113 feet to the place of beginning. 

Together with a right of way, at all times, in com- 
mon with others entitled thereto over, along and 
upon a strip of land 4 feet in width immediately 



adjoining the southerly limit of the hereinbefore 
described parcel and extending easterly from the 
said limit of Marlborough Street to the depth of 80 
feet; 

And reserving a right of way at all times for all 
persons entitled thereto over, along and upon the 
southerly 4 feet of the westerly 80 feet of the 
hereinbefore described parcel. O. Reg. 110/83, 
s. 1. 

L. J. FlNCHAM 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

and Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 24th day of February, 1983. 

(2258) 12 

PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 111/83. 

Order Made Under Section 30 of 

the Planning Act. 
Made— February 24th, 1983. 
Filed— February 28th, 1983. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
PLANNING ACT 

ORDER MADE UNDER SECTION 30 OF THE 
PLANNING ACT 

1. A contravention before the 19th day of March, 
1973 of section 29 of The Planning Act, being chapter 
349 of the Revised Statutes of Ontario, 1970, or a pre- 
decessor thereof, or of a by-law passed under a pre- 
decessor of the said section, or of an Order made under 
clause 27 (1) (6), as it existed on the 25th day of June, 
1970, of The Planning Act, being chapter 296 of the 
Revised Statutes of Ontario, 1960 or a predecessor 
thereof, does not have and shall be deemed never to 
have had the effect of preventing the conveyance or 
creation of any interest in the following parcel of land: 

That parcel of land situate in the Township of 
Wolford in the United Counties of Leeds and Gren- 
ville, being composed of that part of Lot 10 in Con- 
cession II, more particularly described as follows: 

Beginning at a post planted between Lots 10 and 1 1 
and in front of the said Concession; 



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O. Reg. 113/83 



Thence on the line in front of the said Concession 
north 54° east 426.36 feet to the Merrickville and 
Maitland McAdamized County Road; 

Thence on the west side of the said Road 1,077.78 
feet; 

Thence south 54° west 182.16 feet to the line 
between the said Lots 10 and 11; 

Thence on said side line north 36° west 1,054.02 feet 
to the place of beginning. O. Reg. 111/83, s. 1. 

L. J. Fincham 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

and Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 24th day of February, 1983. 

(2259) 12 

HEALTH DISCIPLINES ACT 

O. Reg. 112/83. 

Medicine. 

Made— February 24th, 1983. 

Filed— February 28th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 448 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HEALTH DISCIPLINES ACT 

1 . Section 2 7 of Regulation 448 of Revised Regu- 
lations of Ontario, 1980, as amended by section 
1 of Ontario Regulation 823/82 and section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 851/82, is further amended 
by adding thereto the following paragraph: 

8a. charging for a service that is an insured ser- 
vice under the Health Insurance Act, a fee 
that is in excess of the amount payable for 
such service under the Health Insurance Act, 
without prior notification to the patient as to 
the excess amount of the fee; 



(2260) 



12 



MILK ACT 

O. Reg. 113/83. 
Milk and Milk Products. 
Made — January 14th, 1983. 
Approved — February 24th, 1983. 
Filed— March 1st, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 629 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

MILK ACT 

1. — (1) Paragraph 1 of section 1 of Regulation 629 
of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

1. "agent-distributor" means a person desig- 
nated by a processor-distributor or non-pro- 
cessor-distributor as an agent to distribute 
fluid milk products under a contract, express 
or implied, with such processor-distributor or 
non-processor-distributor; 

la. "apprentice bulk tank milk grader" means 
the holder of an apprentice bulk tank milk 
grader's certificate. 

(2) Paragraph 18 of the said section 1, as remade 
by subsection 1 (1) of Ontario Regulation 
145/82, is revoked and the following substi- 
tuted therefor: 

18. "non-processor-distributor" means a dis- 
tributor other than an agent-distributor, pro- 
cessor-distributor, shopkeeper-distributor or 
wholesale-warehouse-distributor; 

2. Section 98 of the said Regulation, as amended 
by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 145/82, is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

98. The following classes of distributors are desig- 
nated: 

1. Agent-distributors. 

2. Non-processor-distributors. 

3. Processor-distributors. 

4. Shopkeeper-distributors. 

5. Wholesale-warehouse-distributors. O. Reg. 
113/83, s. 2. 

3. — (1) Subsection 99 (1) of the said Regulation, as 
remade by subsection 3 (1) of Ontario Regula- 
tion 145/82, is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor: 

(1) An application for the issue or renewal of a 
licence to carry on business as a distributor shall be 
made to the Director on a form provided by the 
Director. 

(la) An application for the issue or renewal of an 
agent-distributor's licence shall be made by the proces- 
sor-distributor or non-processor-distributor and shall 
be signed by the agent-distributor. O. Reg. 113/83, 
s. 3 (1). 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 114/83 1325 



(2) Subsection 99 (2) of the said Regulation, 
exclusive of the clauses, as remade by subsec- 
tion 3 (2) of Ontario Regulation 145/82, is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(2) Subject to the approval of the Director, a licence 
as a distributor shall be issued to the applicant and 
shall bear. 



(3) Section 99 of the said Regulation, as amended 
by section 3 of Ontario Regulation 145/82, is 
further amended by adding thereto the follow- 
ing subsection: 

(2a). In the case of a licence to carry on business as 
an agent-distributor, 

(a) the licence shall bear, in addition to the 
information prescribed by subsection (2), the 
name of the processor-distributor or non- 
processor-distributor by whom the agent- 
distributor is designated; and 

(b ) a copy of the licence shall be retained by such 
processor-distributor or non-processor-dis- 
tributor. O. Reg. 113/83, s. 3 (3). 

(4) Subsection 99 (3) of the said Regulation, 
exclusive of the clauses, as remade by subsec- 
tion 3 (3) of Ontario Regulation 145/82, is 
revoked the following substituted therefor: 

(3) Except in the case of a shopkeeper-distributor, a 
licence to carry on business as a distributor. 



(5) Section 99 of the said Regulation, as amended 
by section 3 of Ontario Regulation 145/82, is 
further amended by adding thereto the follow- 
ing subsection: 

(36) Notwithstanding subsection (3), a licence to 
carry on business as an agent-distributor issued prior 
to the 1st day of June, 1983 becomes effective on the 
date on which it is issued and expires with the 31st day 
of May, 1984. O. Reg. 113/83, s. 3 (5). 

(6) Subsection 99 (4) of the said Regulation, as 
amended by subsection 3 (5) of Ontario Regu- 
lation 145/82, is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor: 

(4) The fee for a licence is, 

(a) for an agent-distributor, $25; 

(b) for a non-processor-distributor. $25; 

(c) for a processor-distributor, $50; and 



(d) for a wholesale-warehouse-distributor, $100. 
O. Reg. 113/83, s. 3 (6). 



4. Subsection 102 (1) of the said Regulation, as 
amended by section 4 of Ontario Regulation 
145/82, is further amended by striking out "or" 
at the end of clause (_/'), by adding "or" at the 
end of clause (k) and by adding thereto the fol- 
lowing clause: 

(/) in the case of an agent-distributor licence, 

(i) except with the approval of the 
Director, the holder of the licence 
obtains fluid milk products only from 
the processor-distributor or non-pro- 
cessor-distributor by whom he is 
designated, 

(ii) every delivery vehicle operated by the 
holder of the licence is clearly marked 
on both sides in lettering legible at a 
distance of ten metres with the name 
of the agent-distributor and with the 
name of the processor-distributor or 
non-processor-distributor by whom he 
is designated, and 

(iii) where the processor-distributor or 
non-processor-distributor terminates 
the designation of the agent-dis- 
tributor, the processor-distributor or 
non-processor-distributor forthwith 
surrenders the licence to the Director. 

The Milk Commission Of Ontario: 

John McMurchy 
Chairman 

S. Beckley 
Acting Secretary. 

Dated at Toronto, this 14th day of January, 1983. 

(2273) 12 

FARM PRODUCTS GRADES AND 
SALES ACT 

O. Reg. 114/83. 
Fruit and Vegetables — Grades. 
Made — February- 24th, 1983. 
Filed— March 1st, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 332 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

FARM PRODUCTS GRADES AND 

SALES ACT 

1. Subsection 40 (1) of Regulation 332 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as remade by 
section 4 of Ontario Regulation 764/81, is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 



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1326 O. Reg. 114/83 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 116/83 



(1) The fees payable for grading of tomatoes bought 
for processing and received by a processor are $1.20 
per net delivered ton or fraction thereof. O. Reg. 
114/83, s. 1. 

2. — (1) Clause 100 (2) (c) of the said Regulation, 
as remade by section 7 of Ontario Regulation 
764/81, is revoked and the following substi- 
tuted therefor: 

(c) 7 per cent for tomatoes in the category "other 
defects"; 

(2) Subclause 100 (3) (6) (ii) of the said Regulation, 
as made by section 7 of Ontario Regulation 764/ 
81, is revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

(ii) affected by serious damage caused by 
sunscald, sunburn, shrivelling, 
blotchy ripening, grey wall, growth 
cracks, catfacing, cracked or dam- 
aged fruit, broken locules, hail, bac- 
terial speck or bacterial spot to the 
extent that each tomato incurs a loss 
in trimming of more than IS per cent 
by weight or, where agreed upon by a 
grower and a processor, more than S 
per cent by weight, or 



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PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 115/83. 

Order made under Section 30 of the 

Planning Act. 
Made— February 28th, 1983. 
Filed— March 2nd, 1983. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
PLANNING ACT 

ORDER MADE UNDER SECTION 30 OF THE 
PLANNING ACT 

1. A contravention before the 19th day of March, 
1973 of section 29 of The Planning Act, being chapter 
349 of the Revised Statutes of Ontario, 1970 or a pre- 
decessor thereof, or of a by-law passed under a pre- 
decessor of the said section, or of an Order made under 
clause 27 (1) (b), as it existed on the 25th day of June, 
1970, of The Planning Act, being chapter 296 of the 
Revised Statutes of Ontario, 1960 or a predecessor 
thereof, does not have and shall be deemed never to 
have had the effect of preventing the conveyance or 
creation of any interest in the following parcels of land: 

Those parcels of land situate in the Township of 
Orillia in the County of Simcoe, being composed of 
the following: 



1 . that part of the east half of Lot 2 in Concession 
I more particularly described as the southerly 
85 feet, 6 inches, of Lot E as shown on a Plan 
registered in the Land Registry Office for the 
Registry Division of Simcoe (No. 51) as 
Number 478, and 

2 . that part of the east half of Lot 2 in Concession 
I more particularly described as follows: 

Commencing at a point in the easterly limit 
of the Indian Reserve which is distant 169 feet, 
7 inches, north of the intersection of the said 
limit with the north limit of the Marchmount 
Road; 

Thence easterly parallel with the north limit of 
the said Marchmount Road a distance of 158 
feet, 4 inches, to a point; 

Thence northerly and parallel to the said east- 
erly limit of the said Indian Reserve (or its 
extension northerly) to the northerly limit of the 
said Lot 2 a distance of 330 feet; 

Thence westerly 158 feet, 4 inches, along the 
north limit of the said Lot 2 to a point where the 
said north limit is intersected by the said east- 
erly limit of the Indian Reserve or by its north- 
erly extension; 

Thence southerly along the said easterly limit of 
the Indian Reserve to the point of commence- 
ment, being a distance of 330 feet. O. Reg. 
115/83, s. 1. 

D. P. McHugh 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

Central and Southwest 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

and Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 28th day of February, 1983. 



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PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 
DEVELOPMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 116/83. 

County of Halton (now part of the reg- 
ional municipalities of Halton and 
Peel), Town of Oakville (now part of 
the towns of Halton Hills, Milton, 
Oakville and the City of Mississauga). 

Made— February 28th, 1983. 

Filed— March 2nd, 1983. 



198 



O. Reg. 116/83 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 117/83 1327 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 481/73 

MADE UNDER THE 

PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 

DEVELOPMENT ACT 

1. Ontario Regulation 481/73 is amended 
adding thereto the following section: 



by 



72. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the land described in Schedule 61 may be used 
for the erection and use thereon of a single-family 
dwelling provided the following requirements are met: 



Maximum floor area of 
the single-family dwel- 
ling 

Maximum height of the 
single-family dwelling 



112 square metres 

7 metres 
O. Reg. 116/83, s. 1. 



2. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding thereto the following Schedule: 

Schedule 61 

That parcel of land situate in the Town of Milton in 
The Regional Municipality of Halton, being that part 
of the easterly half of the northwesterly half of Lot 8 in 
Concession EfJ of the New Survey more particularly 
described as follows: 

Premising the road allowance between concessions Hi 
and IV, New Survey, to have a bearing of north 
44° 43' 30" west and relating all bearings herein 
thereto; 

Commencing at a standard iron bar marking the east- 
erly angle of the easterly half of the northwesterly half 
of the said Lot 8 and which iron bar is distant 307.5 
metres measured southeasterly along the southwesterly 
limit of the road allowance between concessions III 
and IV, New Survey, from the northerly angle of the 
said Lot 8; 

Thence south 38° 45' west a distance of 91.4 metres to 
a point; 

Thence north 44° 43' 30" west a distance of 45 . 7 metres 
to a point; 

Thence north 38° 45' east a distance of 91.4 metres to a 
point in the said southwesterly limit of the said road 
allowance; 

Thence south 44° 43' 30" east therealong a distance of 
45.7 metres to the point of commencement. O. Reg. 
116/83, s. 2. 

G. M. Farrow 

Assistant Deputy Minister 

Community Planning Wing 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

and Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 28th day of February, 1983. 

(2276) 12 



PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 117/83. 

Restricted Areas — County of Simcoe, 

Township of Nottawasaga. 
Made — February 28th, 1983. 
Filed— March 2nd, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 675 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1970 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT 

1. Regulation 675 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1970 is amended by adding thereto the 
following section: 

176. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the land described in Schedule 337 may be used 
and a building may be erected and used thereon for, 

(a) a dry marina; 

(b) a gift shop; 

(c) an antique shop; and 

(d) a furniture repair and refinishing shop, 

and buildings and structures accessory to those uses 
may be erected and used on the land, provided the 
following requirements are met: 

No building or structure 
shall be located within 
7.6 metres of the front 
and rear lot lines, or 
within 3 metres of the 
side lot line on one side 
and 1.2 metres on the 
other side. 



Maximum height of any 
building or structure 

Maximum lot coverage 



9.1 metres 
15 per cent 
O. Reg. 117/83, s. 1. 



2. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding thereto the following Schedule: 

Schedule 337 

That parcel of land situate in the Township of Not- 
tawasaga in the County of Simcoe, being that part of 
Lot 37 in Concession V more particularly described as 
follows: 

Premising that bearings herein are astronomic and are 
referred to the bearing of the southerly limit of the said 
Lot 37 assumed to be north 73° 12' east; 



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O. Reg. 118/83 



Commencing at an iron survey bar set in the southerly 
limit of the King's Highway No. 26, as defined by 
Deposited Plan 169898 (Department of Highways File 
P- 1904-43), which said bar may be located as follows: 

Beginning at the southeast angle of the said Lot; 

Thence south 73° 12' west along the southerly limit of 
the said Lot a distance of 201.84 feet to an iron survey 
bar; 

Thence north 11° 54' west a distance of 319.09 feet to 
an iron survey bar set in the southerly limit of the said 
King's Highway No. 26; 

Thence north 56° 08' west along the said southerly 
limit a distance of 702 . 1 1 feet to an iron survey bar and 
being the point of beginning of the herein described 
lands; 

Thence continuing north 56° 08' west along the said 
southerly limit a distance of 57.59 feet to a found 
Department of Highways monument marking the 
beginning of a curve to the left of radius 2,804.79 feet; 

Thence northwesterly following the said curve, an arc 
distance of 122.79 feet, the chord equivalent of which 
is 122.78 feet, measured on a course of north 57° 23' 
15" west to a found Department of Highways monu- 
ment; 

Thence continuing northwesterly along the last-men- 
tioned curve, a further arc distance of 10.82 feet, the 
chord equivalent of which is 10.82 feet, measured on a 
course of north 58° 41' 08" west to a point; 

Thence south 26° 00' 45" west a distance of 120.23 feet 
to a found iron pipe; 

Thence south 72° 08' 30" west a distance of 200.59 feet 
to an iron survey bar; 

Thence south 16° 24' 30" east a distance of 140 feet to 
an iron survey bar; 

Thence north 73° 35' 30" east a distance of 2 10.64 feet 
to an iron survey bar; 

Thence south 56° 10' east a distance of 56. 78 feet to an 
iron survey bar; 

Thence north 33° 50' east a distance of 207.29 feet, 
more or less, to the point of beginning. O. Reg. 
117/83, s. 2. 

D. P. McHugh 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

Central and Southwest 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

and Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 28th day of February, 1983. 

(2277) 12 



PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 118/83. 

Restricted Areas — District of Algoma, 
Sault Ste. Marie North Planning Area. 
Made — February 22nd, 1983. 
Filed— March 2nd, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 279/80 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT 

Ontario Regulation 279/80 is amended 
adding thereto the following section: 



by 



70. — (1) Notwithstanding section 22 of this Order, 
the existing garage on the land described in subsection 
(2) may be used for the repair and repainting of motor- 
cycles. 

(2) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land 
situate in the geographic Township of Fenwick in the 
Territorial District of Algoma, being that part of the 
southeast quarter of Section 23 more particularly 
described as follows: 

Premising that the easterly limit of the broken south- 
east quarter has an astronomical bearing of north 
4° 51' 17" west derived from observation and relating 
all bearings herein thereto; 

Beginning at a point which may be located as follows: 

Beginning at the northeast angle of the said broken 
southeast quarter; 

Thence southerly along the easterly limit of the said 
broken southeast quarter 531.51 feet, more or less, to 
its intersection with the southeasterly limit of Secon- 
dary Highway No. 552 (Old Goulais Bay Road); 

Thence in a general southwesterly direction along the 
said southeasterly limit of the said Highway No. 552, a 
distance of 1 ,609.91 feet to a survey post planted in the 
said southeasterly limit; 

Thence southerly and parallel to the easterly limit of 
the said southeast quarter a distance of 330 feet to a 
survey post planted; 

Thence north 60° 26' 30" east 27.21 feet to a survey 
post planted in the place of beginning; 

Thence south 60° 26' 30" west 109 feet; 

Thence south 5° 37' east 450 feet, more or less, to the 
high-water mark of the Goulais River; 

Thence in a general northeasterly direction along the 
said high-water mark to a point on the high-water 
mark where a line drawn on a bearing of north 4° 44' 
west through the point of commencement would inter- 
sect the high-water mark; 






200 



O. Reg. 118/83 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 119/83 1329 



Thence north 4° 44' west 453.5 feet, more or less, to 
the place of beginning. O. Reg. 118/83, s. 1. 

L. J. FlNCHAM 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

and Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 22nd day of February-, 1983. 



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PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 
DEVELOPMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 119/83. 

County of Peel (now The Regional 
Municipality of Peel), Town of Mis- 
sissauga (now part of the cities of 
Brampton and Mississauga). 

Made — March 1st, 1983. 

Filed— March 3rd, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 479/73 

MADE UNDER THE 

PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 

DEVELOPMENT ACT 

1. Clause 1 (n) of Ontario Regulation 479/73 is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(n) "street" means a public highway that is the 
principal means of access to abutting lots and 
is under the jurisdiction of the Province of 
Ontario or a municipality, or is a road within 
a registered plan of subdivision or is a road 
whose maintenance has been assumed by a 
municipality; 

2 . Section 2 of the said Regulation is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor: 

2. — (1) In this section, 

(a) "designated lands" means, 

(i) the lands designated on Maps 3, 4 and 
8 as Public Use Areas or as Com- 
plementary Use Areas, and 

(ii) the lands designated on Maps 3 . 4 and 
8 by the symbols S¥SW: : :$ft-:$:":-: 

(roads), tSCZSQSSOSQ' (electric power 
facilities) or ■■■■■■ (utilities), 
notwithstanding that the lands are not 
within a Public Use Area or a Com- 
plementary Use Area; 

(b) "Maps 3, 4 and 8" means Maps 3, 4 and 8 
forming part of The Parkway Belt West Plan 



that was approved by the Lieutenant Gover- 
nor by Order-in-Council 2188/78 on the 19th 
day of July, 1978. 

(2) This Regulation applies to the following lands: 

1 . Those lands formerly in the Town of Missis- 
sauga in the County of Peel, now in the City 
of Mississauga and the City of Brampton in 
The Regional Municipality of Peel, described 
as follows: 

i. Lot 2 in Concession II, north of Dun- 
das Street, excepting the southerly 
929.64 metres and the northerly 
518.16 metres thereof, 

ii. Lot 3 in Concession II, north of Dun- 
das Street, excepting the southerly 
1,082.04 metres and the northerly 
609.6 metres thereof, 

iii. The southerly half of Lot 13 in Con- 
cession I, west of Hurontario Street, 

iv. The northerly quarter of Lot 12 in 
Concession II, west of Hurontario 
Street, 

v. The northeasterly quarter of Lot 13 in 
Concession V, west of Hurontario 
Street, 

vi. The westerly half of Lot 14 in Conces- 
sion V, west of Hurontario Street, 

vii. The northerly half of Lot 14 in Con- 
cession VI, west of Hurontario Street, 

viii. The southerly half of Lot 15 in Con- 
cession VI, west of Hurontario Street, 

ix. Lot 13 in Concession HI, east of 
Hurontario Street, 

x. The southerly half of the easterly half 
of Lot 14 in Concession in, east of 
Hurontario Street. 

2. Those lands formerly in the Town of Missis- 
sauga in the County of Peel, now in the City 
of Mississauga and the City of Brampton in 
The Regional Municipality of Peel, being the 
designated lands shown on Maps 3, 4 and 8 



i. Lot E, Lots 1 to 23, inclusive, and 
Lots 31 to 35, inclusive, in Concession 
II, north of Dundas Street, 

ii. Lots 3 to 7, inclusive, in Range 3, 
north of Dundas Street, 

iii. Lots 1 to 8, inclusive, in Ranges 4 and 
5, north of Dundas Street, 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 119/83 



iv. Lot 12 and the southerly half of Lot 13 
in Concession I, west of Hurontario 
Street, 

v. The northerly quarter of Lot 12 and 
the southerly half of Lot 13 in Conces- 
sion II, west of Hurontario Street, and 
that triangular part of the northerly 
half of Lot 13 in the said Concession 
described as follows: 

Beginning at a point 128.02 metres 
south of the northwest limit of the 
said Lot measured along the western 
limit of the said Lot; 

Thence south 237.74 metres meas- 
ured along the western limit of the 
said Lot to a point; 

Thence easterly 335.28 metres meas- 
ured along the north-south half lot 
line of the said Lot to a point; 

Thence northwest to the place of 
beginning, 

vi. Lots 10 to IS, inclusive, in Concession 

III, west of Hurontario Street, 

vii. Lots 12 to IS, inclusive, in Concession 

IV, west of Hurontario Street, 

viii. Lots 13 and 14 in Concession V, west 
of Hurontario Street, 

ix. Lots 14 and 15 in Concession VI, west 
of Hurontario Street, 

x. Lots 12 to 15, inclusive, in Concession 
I, east of Hurontario Street, 

xi. Lots 1 to 4, inclusive, Lots 7 to 9, 
inclusive, Lots 11 to 14, inclusive, the 
easterly 1,005.84 metres of Lots 5 and 
6, the easterly 899. 16 metres of Lot 10 
and the westerly half of Lot 15, all in 
Concession II, east of Hurontario 
Street, 

xii. Lots 11, 12 and 14 in Concession III, 
east of Hurontario Street, 

xiii. Lots 12 to 14, inclusive, in Concession 

IV, east of Hurontario Street, 

xiv. Lots 13 to 15, inclusive, in Concession 

V, east of Hurontario Street, 

xv. Lots 14 and 15 in concessions VI, VII 
and VIII, east of Hurontario Street, 

xvi. Lots 13 to 15, inclusive, in Concession 
IX, east of Hurontario Street. 



3. All original road allowances between or 
fronting on the lands described in paragraphs 
1 and 2. O. Reg. 119/83, s. 2. 

3. Sections 4, 8 and 9 of the said Regulation are 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

4. Every use of land and every erection or use of 
buildings or structures on land to which this Regula- 
tion applies is prohibited, except agricultural uses, and 
buildings and structures accessory thereto, including 
one single-family dwelling used in connection with 
each agricultural operation. O. Reg. 119/83, s. 3, 
part. 



8. No building or any part thereof shall be erected 
or extended nearer to the centre line of any street than 
in accordance with the following: 



Provincial highways 
Regional roads 
All other streets 



100 feet 
78 feet 
60 feet 
O. Reg. 119/83, s. 3, part. 



9. Notwithstanding anything contained in this 
Regulation, 

(a) the City of Mississauga or the City of 
Brampton or any local board thereof, as 
defined in the Municipal Affairs Act; 

(b) any ministry, department or agency of the 
Government of Canada or Ontario; 

(c) any telephone or telegraph company; 

(d) Ontario Hydro; 

(e) a gas company holding a franchise from the 
City of Mississauga or the City of Brampton; 

(/) The Metropolitan Toronto and Region Con- 
servation Authority, and the Credit Valley 
Conservation Authority; 

(g) The Municipality of Toronto; and 

(h) The Regional Municipality of Peel, 

may use land or erect any building or structure for the 
purpose of providing a service to the public. O. Reg. 
119/83, s. 3, part. 



4. — (1) Sections 24 and 25 of the said Regulation, 
as made by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
359/78, and section 27 of the said Regulation, 
as made by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
161/80, are revoked. 



202 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 121/83 1331 



(2) Schedules 12 and 13 to the said Regulation, as 
made by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 
359/78, and Schedule 15 to the said Regulation. 
as made by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 
161/80, are revoked. 

G. M. Farrow 

Assistant Deputy Minister 

Community Planning Wing 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

and Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 1st day of March, 1983. 

(2298) 12 

ONTARIO NEW HOME WARRANTIES 
PLAN ACT 

O. Reg. 120/83. 

Administration of the Plan. 
Made — December 7th, 1982. 
Filed— March 3rd, 1983. 



BY-LAW NO. R-8 

REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION" 726 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

ONTARIO NEW HOME WARRANTIES 

PLAN ACT 

1. Subsections 5 (1) and (2) of Regulation 726 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 are 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(1) An owner who requires conciliation of a dispute 
between the owner and the vendor shall make request 
therefor to the Corporation and both the owner and the 
vendor shall each pay to the Corporation the applicable 
conciliation fee set out in Schedule A. O. Reg. 120/83, 
s. 1. 

2. Paragraph 4 of Schedule A to the said Regula- 
tion is revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

Conciliation Fee 



The fee payable by an owner for a concili- 
ation of a dispute is 



50 



5 . The fee payable by a vendor for a concilia- 
tion of a dispute is, 

(a) for the first conciliation with respect 
to each twenty-five units or less sold 

by the vendor no fee 

(b) for each conciliation after the first 
conciliation with respect to each 
twenty-five units or less sold by the 
vendor 500 

Passed by the directors on the 7th day of December, 
1982. 

Ernest Assaly 
Chairman 

RUSSEL HOWALD 

Secretary 

Confirmed by the members in accordance with the 
Corporations Act on the 1st day of March, 1983. 

RUSSEL HOWALD 
Secretary 



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HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

O. Reg. 121/83. 

Exemption from the Provisions of 
Subsection 68 (1) of the Act — 
State of New York. 

Made — January 27th, 1983. 

Filed— March 4th, 1983. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

EXEMPTION FROM THE PROVISIONS OF 
SUBSECTION 68 (1) OF THE ACT- 
STATE OF NEW YORK 

1. New York is designated as a reciprocating state 
and a bus inspected in the State of New York is pre- 
scribed as a class of vehicle for the purposes of subsection 
68 (2) of the Act. O. Reg. 121/83, s. 1. 



(2300) 



12 



203 



O. Reg. 122/83 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 124/83 1411 



Publications Under The Regulations Act 



March 26th, 1983 



HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

O. Reg. 122/83. 

General. 

Made— March 3rd, 1983. 

Filed— March 7th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 452 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

1. — (1) Item 1 of subsection SO (1) of Regulation 
452 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as 
remade by subsection 1 (1) of Ontario Regula- 
tion 260/82, is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor 

1. Initial Office Visit $10.50 

(2) Item 2 of the said subsection 50 (1), as remade 
by subsection 1 (2) of Ontario Regulation 260/ 
82, is revoked and the following substituted 
therefor 

2. Subsequent Office Visit 8. 70 

2. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come 
into force on the 1st day of February, 1983. 



(2309) 



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HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

O. Reg. 123/83. 

Stop Signs in Territory Without 

Municipal Organization. 
Made— March 4th, 1983. 
Filed— March 8th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 574/81 

MADE UNDER THE 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

1. Ontario Regulation 574/81 is amended by 
adding thereto the following Schedules: 

Schedule 12 

1. The highway known as Marine Drive in the 
unorganized municipality of Striker in the Territorial 
District of Algoma at its intersection with the roadway 
known as Lake Drive. 



2. Southbound on Lake Drive. 
1, part. 

Schedule 13 



O. Reg. 123/83, s. 



1 . The highway known as Beech Street in the unor- 
ganized municipality of Striker in the Territorial Dis- 
trict of Algoma at its intersection with the roadway 
known as Marine Drive. 



2. Northbound on Marine Drive. 
s. 1, part. 

Schedule 14 



O. Reg. 123/83, 



1. The highway known as Oak Road in the unor- 
ganized municipality of Striker in the Territorial Dis- 
trict of Algoma at its intersection with the roadway 
known as Beech Street. 

2. Northbound on Beech Street. O. Reg. 123/83, 
s. 1, part. 

Schedule 15 

1. The highway known as Woodlawn Drive in the 
unorganized municipality of Striker in the Territorial 
District of Algoma at its intersection with the roadway 
known as Oak Road. 

2. Eastbound on Oak Road. O. Reg. 123/83, s. 1, 
part. 

James Snow 

Minister of Transportation 

and Communications 

Dated at Toronto, this 4th day of March, 1983. 

(2310) 13 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

O. Reg. 124/83. 

Stop Signs at Intersections. 
Made — March 4th, 1983. 
Filed— March 8th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 493 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

1. Schedule 16 to Regulation 493 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor 



205 



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O. Reg. 126/83 



Schedule 16 

1. Highway 79 in the Township of Zone in the 
County of Kent at its intersection with the north junc- 
tion of the roadway known as Kent County Road 
No. 22. 

2. Southbound on Highway No. 79. O. Reg. 
124/83, s. 1. 

2. The said Regulation is amended by adding 
thereto the following Schedule: 

Schedule 81 

1. Highway 79 in the Township of Zone in the 
County of Kent at its intersection with the south junc- 
tion of the roadway known as Kent County Road 
No. 22. 

2. Northbound on Highway No. 79. O. Reg. 

124/83, s. 2. 

James Snow 

Minister of Transportation 

and Communications 

Dated at Toronto, this 4th day of March, 1983. 

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OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY 
ACT 

O. Reg. 125/83. 

Fire Fighters — Protective Equipment. 

Made — March 3rd, 1983. 

Filed— March 8th, 1983. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY 

ACT 

FIRE FIGHTERS— PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT 

1. In this Regulation, "fire fighter" means a worker 
who is a full-time or volunteer fire fighter in a fire 
department as defined in the Fire Departments 
Act. O. Reg. 125/83, s. 1. 

2. This Regulation applies to every fire fighter and 
to every employer of a fire fighter. O. Reg. 125/83, 
s. 2. 

3. — (1) Subject to subsection (4), a fire fighter who 
is exposed to the hazard of head injury while carrying 
out his duties on an emergency call shall use head 
protective equipment that meets or exceeds the 
requirements of the Ontario Code for the Head Pro- 
tection of Fire Fighters issued by the Ministry of 
Labour and dated the 9th day of February, 1983. 



(2) The employer shall provide training and 
instruction to every fire fighter in the proper care and 
use of head protective equipment and in the limitations 
of protection afforded thereby. 

(3) Head protective equipment shall be kept in good 
condition and shall be inspected periodically by the 
employer. 

(4) Notwithstanding subsection (1), to and includ- 
ing the 31st day of December, 1985, head protective 
equipment that was in use in a fire department on the 
31st day of May, 1983 and that, 

(a) is equipped with retroflective material in 
bright colours applied to the front, back and 
both sides of the helmet to provide at least 
forty square centimetres of retroflective sur- 
face at each of the sides; 

(b) is provided with flame resistant ear covers 
meeting or exceeding the tests contained in 
the Standard on Structural Fire Fighters' 
Helmets NAPA 1972-1979 of the National 
Fire Protection Association Inc.; 

(c) has a visor that does not have a metal 
framework and that is not riveted to the shell 
of the helmet; and 

(d) has no drill holes or rivets except on the brim 
of the helmet, 

may be used in the fire department in lieu of the head 
protective equipment required by the said subsection 
(1). O. Reg. 125/83, s. 3. 

4. This Regulation comes into force on the 1st day 
of June, 1983. 



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13 



RETAIL SALES TAX ACT 

O. Reg. 126/83. 
Definitions by Minister. 
Made— March 4th, 1983. 
Filed— March 8th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 903 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

RETAIL SALES TAX ACT 

1. Paragraph 14 of section 1 of Regulation 903 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is 
amended by striking out "and" at the end of 
clause (d), by adding "and" at the end of clause 
(e) and by adding thereto the following clause: 

(/) film, when exposed with or displaying or car- 
rying an image for reproduction, made by or 



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O. Reg. 126/83 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 127/83 1413 



imported by or sold to a manufacturer, and 
used by him exclusively for the purpose of 
reproduction in the photofinishing industry 
and photographic industry. 

Douglas Wiseman 
Minister of Revenue 

Dated at Toronto, this 4th day of March, 1983. 

(2313) 13 

GAME AND FISH ACT 

O. Reg. 127/83. 
Hunting Licences. 
Made — March 3rd, 1983. 
Filed— March 8th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 420 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

GAME AND FISH ACT 

I. — (1) Subsection 6 (1) of Regulation 420 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(1) The Minister may appoint as an examiner any 
employee of the Ministry of Natural Resources who, in 
the opinion of the Minister, is competent to examine an 
applicant for a hunting licence examination on his 
knowledge of hunter safety, game laws, game identifi- 
cation and his ability in the safe handling of fire-arms, 
and, upon the applicant's successful completion of the 
examination, the applicant shall be issued with a cer- 
tificate by the examiner. O. Reg. 127/83, s. 1 (1). 

(2) Subsection 6 (5) of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(5) Where an applicant for an examination was 
born after the 31st day of December, 1954, he shall 
produce with his application, 

(a) a certificate issued to him by a hunting 
instructor under section 3 of Regulation 418 
of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980; 

(b) a certificate indicating that he has completed 
a hunter safety training course issued to him 
after the 1st day of January, 1968 by a com- 
petent authority in any jurisdiction; or 

(c) a hunting licence issued to him by a compe- 
tent authority in any jurisdiction as a resident 
thereof after the 1st day of January, 
1968. O. Reg. 127/83, s. 1 (2). 

(3) Section 6 of the said Regulation is amended by 
adding thereto the following subsection: 



(6) Where the applicant referred to in subsection (5) 
is a resident and fails to pass his first hunting licence 
examination in Ontario, he shall not apply for re- 
examination unless he files with his application a cer- 
tificate issued to him by a hunting instructor under 
section 3 of Regulation 418 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980. O. Reg. 127/83, s. 1 (3). 

2. Section 8 of the said Regulation is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor: 

8. — (1) An application for a licence in Form 1, 3, 4, 
5, 7, 8 or 9 shall be in Form 21. 

(2) An application for a licence in Form 2 shall be in 
Form 22. 

(3) An application for renewal that is provided with 
a hunting licence in Form 1, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8 or 9 shall be 
deemed to be an application in Form 21. 

(4) No licence in Form 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5 shall be issued 
to a resident unless his application therefor is sup- 
ported by, 

(a) a hunting licence issued to him as a resident 
under subsection 1 (1) after the 1st day of 
January-, 1968; 

(b) a certificate issued to him by an examiner 
under subsection 6 (1) after the 1st day of 
January-, 1968; or 

(c) a hunting licence verification certificate in 
Form 19 indicating that the applicant was 
issued a hunting licence as a resident or pas- 
sed a hunting licence examination. 

(5) No licence in Form 5, 7, 8 or 9 shall be issued to 
a non-resident unless his application therefor is sup- 
ported by, 

(a) a hunting licence issued to him under sub- 
section 1 (2) after the 1st day of January-, 
1968; 

(b) a hunting licence issued to him by a compe- 
tent authority in any jurisdiction as a resident 
thereof after the 1st day of January, 1968; 

(c) a certificate issued to him by an examiner 
under subsection 6 (1) after the 1st day of 
January, 1968; 

(d) a hunting licence verification certificate in 
Form 19; or 

(e) a certificate issued to him after the 1st day 
of January, 1968 by a competent authority in 
any jurisdiction which indicates that the hol- 
der thereof was or is authorized to purchase a 
hunting licence in that jurisdiction. 

(6) Notwithstanding subsections (4) and (5), a 
hunting licence may be issued to an applicant who is a 
representative of a foreign government and has taken a 
post in Ontario in the capacity of, 



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1414 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

(a) ambassador or high commissioner; 

(b) minister; 

(c) counsellor; 



{d) secretary; 

(e) attache; 

(/) consul-general, consul or vice-consul; or 

(g) trade commissioner or assistant trade com- 
missioner, 

where the application is supported by the production 
of a hunting licence previously issued to the applicant 
by a competent authority in any jurisdiction. 



O. Reg. 127/83 



(7) Subject to subsection (4), a licence in Form 1,2, 
3, 4 or 5 may be issued to a person who is fifteen years 
of age if he files with the person issuing the licence a 
consent signed, 



(a) where he resides with his parents, by both 
parents; and 

(b) in all other cases, by his parent or by the 
person who has custody of him. O. Reg. 

127/83, s. 2. 

3. Forms 18, 19, 21 and 22 of the said Regulation 
are revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 



Form 18 

Game and Fish Act 

APPLICATION FOR A HUNTING LICENCE EXAMINATION 



Please Print: 



Last Name 
Mr. 
Mrs. 
Miss 



First Name (Given Name — do Middle 
not use nickname) Initial 



Street Address, P.O 


Box or Rural Route 





















































Apt. # Postal or Zip Code 



City, Town or Village 






















Province, 


Country or State 













































































number 




number 














Township of 























































Telephone Number 
Area Code 



Sex 
Male Female 



Date of Birth 
Year Month Day 



Height 



Weight 



Colour of 
Hair 



Colour of 
Eyes 



208 



O. Reg. 127/83 



I, who have resided in Ontario for a period of 
date of this application, hereby apply to take 

(Please check appropriate box) 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 1415 
months during the 12 months immediately preceding the 



my first hunting licence examination; or 



a re-examination, previous examination record number 



I produce with this application the following documentation (please check appropriate box): 



Hunting Training 
Course Certificate 



Date of Issue 
Year Month Dav 



Serial No. 



Name of Juris- 
diction of Issue 



Resident's Hunting Licence 



Not applicable 



I hereby declare that the above information is complete and true. 
Date in 



(year, month, day) 



(City, Town, etc.) 



(signature of applicant) 

O. Reg. 127/83, s. 3, part. 



Form 19 

Game and Fish Act 

HUNTING LICENCE VERIFICATION CERTIFICATE 

No. 
NOT VALID AS A LICENCE TO HUNT 

Under the Game and Fish Act and the regulations, and subject to the limitations thereof, this is to certify that 
the person named hereunder, 

1. was the owner of 19 ... . hunting licence number issued to a re , or 

non-resident* 

2. passed a hunting licence examination; certificate number issued on 



(year, month, day) 



Please Print: 
Last Name: 



Street Address, P.O. Box or Rural Route 



First Name (Given Name — do Middle 
not use nickname) Initial 



209 



Apt. # Postal or Zip Code 



1416 

City, Town or Village 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 127/83 

Province, Country or State 



Date of Birth 
Year Month Day 



Height Weight 



Colour of 
Hair 



Colour of 
Eyes 



Wildlife Surveys and Records 



Date 



Rec. 



* Strike out where not applicable 



O. Reg. 127/83, s. 3, part. 



Form 21 

Game and Fish Act 



APPLICATION FOR A 

RESIDENT* HUNTING LICENCE 

NON-RESIDENT* 



To be completed by Applicant 
Please Print 



Indicate type of Licence Required: 



Last Name: 

Mr. 

Mrs. 

Miss 

Street Address, P.O. Box or Rural Route 



First Name (Given Name — do Middle 
not use nickname) Initial 



Apt. # Postal or Zip Code 



City, Town or Village 



Province, 


Country or State 











































Postal or Zip Code 



Lot 

number 



Concession 
number 









Date of B 
Year Mc 


rth 

nth Day 























Township 


of 



































Height Weight 



Colour of 
Hair 



Colour of 
Eves 



210 



O. Reg. 127/83 



I have resided in Ontario for a period of _ 
this application. 

I produce with this application: 
(Check and complete where applicable) 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 1417 

months during the 12 months immediately preceding the date of 



certificate issued by a hunting examiner in Ontario dated 
No and filed with this application; 



hunting licence verification certificate dated 
. „ resident 



(year, month, day) 



issued to 



(year, month, day) 

— by the Province of Ontario and filed with this application; 
non-resident* 



certificate dated 



Jssued to me by 



(year, month, day) 



(a competent authority in Province, Country, State) 
authorized to purchase a hunting licence in that jurisdiction; 



that indicates that I was or am 



hunting licence No. 



dated 



(year, month, day of issue) 



issued to me by a competent authority in 
non-resident* of that Jurisdiction; or 



(Province, Country or State) 



a consent signed by my parents or by the person who has custody of me (in the case of an applicant who 
is fifteen years of age) and filed with this application. 

I hereby declare that the above information is complete and true. 

Date in 

(year, month, day) 

* Strike out where not applicable 



(City, Town, etc.) 



(signature of applicant) 



Last Name: 
Mr. 

Mrs. 
Miss 



O. Reg. 127/83, s. 3, part. 

Form 22 

Game and Fish Act 

APPLICATION FOR A FARMER'S LICENCE TO HUNT DEER 

First Name (Given Name — do Middle 
not use nickname) Initial 



Street Address, P.O. 


Box or Rural Route 


















\pt 


. # 






Postal or Zip Code 



































































City, Town or Village 






















Province, 


Country or State 













































































211 



1418 

Lot 
number 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 127/83 



Concession 



number 












Township of 









































Telephone Number 
Area Code 



Date of Birth 
Year Month Day 



Height 



Weight 



Colour of 
Hair 



Colour of 
Eyes 



I have resided in Ontario for a period of 
application. 



months during the 12 months preceding the date of this 



My chief occupation is farming and I, 

(a) live upon and till land which I own or am entitled to possession of for the time being in the County, 

District, or as the case may be, of ; or 

(County, District, etc.) 

(b) am a bona fide settler engaged in clearing land in __ 



for the purpose of bringing it to a state of cultivation. 
I produce with this application: 
(Check and complete where applicable) 



(County or Territorial District) 



certificate issued by a hunting licence examiner in Ontario dated 
No. and filed with this application; 

hunting licence verification certificate dated 



(year, month, day) 



issued to me 



(year, month, day) 
as a resident/non-resident* by the Province of Ontario and filed with this application; 



a hunting licence No. 



dated 



Jssued to me by the 



Province of Ontario as a resident thereof; or 



(year, month, day) 



I | a consent signed by my parents or by the person who has custody of me (in the case of an applicant who is 

fifteen years of age) and filed with this application. 

I hereby declare that the above information is complete and true. 

Date in 



(City, Town, etc.) 



(year, month, day) 
Strike out where not applicable 



4. This Regulation comes into force on the 1st day of July, 1983. 

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212 



(signature of applicant) 



O. Reg. 127/83, s. 3, part. 



13 






O. Reg. 128/83 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 131/83 

GAME AND FISH ACT (a) where the licence is in Form 3, 



1419 



O. Reg. 128/83. 
Horwood Lake Hunting Area. 
Made — March 3rd, 1983. 
Filed— March 8th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO REVOKE 

ONTARIO REGULATION 26/81 

MADE UNDER THE 

GAME AND FISH ACT 

Ontario Regulations 26/81, 124/82 and 497/82 
are revoked. 



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13 



GAME AND FISH ACT 



O. Reg. 129/83. 
Opasatika Hunting Area. 
Made — March 3rd, 1983. 
Filed— March 8th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO REVOKE 

ONTARIO REGULATION 27/81 

MADE UNDER THE 

GAME AND FISH ACT 

Ontario Regulations 27/81, 126/82 and 496/82 
are revoked. 



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GAME AND FISH ACT 

O. Reg. 130/83. 
Hunting in Lake Superior 

Provincial Park. 
Made — March 3rd, 1983. 
Filed— March 8th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 419 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

GAME AND FISH ACT 

1. Section 1 of Regulation 419 of Revised Regula- 
tions of Ontario, 1980 is revoked. 

2. Section 2 of the said Regulation, as amended by- 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 125/82, is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

2. — (1) The holder of a licence in Form 3 or 8 of 
Regulation 420 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1980 may hunt moose of the age and sex that the 
licence authorizes him to hunt, 



(i) in the year 1983, from the 8th day of 
October to the 15 th day of November, 
both inclusive, and 

(ii) in the year 1984, from the 6th day of 
October to the 15th day of November, 
both inclusive; and 

(ft) where the licence is in Form 8, 

(i) in the year 1983, from the 10th day of 
October to the 15 th day of November, 
both inclusive, and 

(ii) in the year 1984, from the 8th day of 
October to the 15 th day of November, 
both inclusive, 

in the part of Lake Superior Provincial Park described 
in the Schedule, and may possess or use a fire-arm for 
the purpose. 

(2) No holder of a licence to hunt moose shall take 
more than one moose. O. Reg. 130/83, s. 2. 

3. Section 3 of the said Regulation, as remade by 
section 2 of Ontario Regulation 125/82, is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

3. The holder of a licence in Form 5 of Regulation 
420 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 may hunt 
ruffed grouse, spruce grouse, sharp-tailed grouse and 
rabbits, 

(a) in the year 1983, from the 8th day of October 
to the 15 th day of December, both inclusive; 
and 

(ft) in the year 1984, from the 6th day of October 
to the 15th day of December, both inclusive, 

in the part of Lake Superior Provincial Park described 
in the Schedule, and may possess or use a fire-arm for 
the purpose. O. Reg. 130/83, s. 3. 



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HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

O. Reg. 131/83. 

Parking. 

Made — March 7th, 1983. 

Filed— March 9th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 477 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

1. Appendix A to Regulation 477 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is amended by- 
adding thereto the following Schedule: 



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1420 O. Reg. 131/83 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 133/83 



Schedule 73 

HIGHWAY No. 11B 

1. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 
11B in the Township of Dymond in the Territorial 
District of Timiskaming beginning at a point situate 
ISO metres measured southerly from its intersection 
with the centre line of the King's Highway known as 
No. 11 and extending southerly therealong for a dis- 
tance of 200 metres. O. Reg. 131/83, s. 1. 

James Snow 

Minister of Transportation 

and Communications 

Dated at Toronto, this 7th day of March, 1983. 

(2337) 13 



FARM INCOME STABILIZATION 
ACT 

O. Reg. 132/83. 

Weaner Pig Stabilization, 1980-1985 

— Plan. 
Made — January 21st, 1983. 
Approved — March 3rd, 1983. 
Filed— March 9th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 322 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

FARM INCOME STABILIZATION ACT 



1. Regulation 322 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980, as amended by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 460/82 and section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 792/82, is further amended 
by adding thereto the following Part: 

Part IV 

22. This Part applies to the production period 
commencing on the 1st day of April, 1983. O. Reg. 
132/83, s. 1, part. 

23. The final date for application for enrolment in 
the plan for the production period commencing on the 
1st day of April, 1983 is the 1st day of June, 1983. 
O. Reg. 132/83, s. 1, part. 

24. — (1) Subject to subsection (2), every person 
enrolled in the plan shall pay a fee of $22 for each sow 
enrolled in the plan for the production period com- 
mencing on the 1st day of April, 1983. 

(2) Where the applicant has moneys standing to his 
credit on the books of the Commission, the Commis- 
sion may deduct such amount from the fees payable 
under subsection (1). O. Reg. 132/83, s. 1, part. 

214 



Farm Income Stabilization 
Commission Of Ontario: 

M. Huff 
Chairman 

Dated at Toronto, this 21st day of January, 1983. 

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PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 
DEVELOPMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 133/83. 

County of Wentworth (now The Reg- 
ional Municipality of Hamilton- 
Wentworth), Township of West 
Flamborough (now the Township of 
Flamborough). 

Made— March 8th, 1983. 

Filed— March 10th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 484/73 

MADE UNDER THE 

PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 

DEVELOPMENT ACT 

1. Ontario Regulation 484/73 is amended 
adding thereto the following section: 



by 



25. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the land described in Schedule 12 may be used 
for the erection and use thereon of a single-family 
dwelling provided the following requirements are met: 



Minimum front yard 


9 metres 


Minimum side yards 


3 metres 


Minimum rear yard 


10 metres 


Maximum height of the 




single-family dwelling 


11 metres 


Minimum floor area of 




the single-family dwel- 




ling 


one storey — 116 




square metres 




one and one-half 




storeys — 139 square 




metres 




two to two and a 




half storeys — 158 




square metres. 



! 



O Reg. 133/83, s. 1. 

2. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding thereto the following Schedule: 



O. Reg. 133/83 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 135/83 1421 



Schedule 12 

That parcel of land situate in the Town of Dundas in 
The Regional Municipality of Hamilton- Wentworth, 
being lots 541 to 552, inclusive, 575, 576 and 583 to 
586, inclusive, on a Plan registered in the Land Regis- 
try Office for the Registry Division of Wentworth (No. 
62) as Number 604. O. Reg. 133/83, s. 2. 

G. M. Farrow 

Assistant Deputy Minister 

Community Planning Wing 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

and Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 8th day of March, 1983. 

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PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 
DEVELOPMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 134/83. 

County of Wentworth (now The Reg- 
ional Municipality of Hamilton- 
Wentworth), Township of West 
Flamborough (now the Township of 
Flam borough). 

Made— March 8th, 1983. 

Filed— March 10th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 484/73 

MADE UNDER THE 

PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 

DEVELOPMENT ACT 

1. Ontario Regulation 484/73 is amended 
adding thereto the following section: 



by 



26. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the land described in Schedule 13 may be used 
for the erection and use thereon of an addition to the 
single-family dwelling existing on February 15, 1983 
provided the following requirements are met: 



Maximum floor area of 
the addition 

Minimum rear yard 



39.24 square metres 

5.5 metres 
O. Reg. 134/83, s. 1. 



2. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding thereto the following Schedule: 

Schedule 13 

That parcel of land situate in the Town of Dundas in 
The Regional Municipality of Hamilton- Wentworth, 
being lots 557, 558 and 559 on a Registered Plan 



registered in the Land Registry Office for the Registry 
Division of Wentworth (No. 62) as Number 604. 
O. Reg. 134/83, s. 2. 

G. M. Farrow 

Assistant Deputy Minister 

Community Planning Wing 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

and Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 8th day of March, 1983. 



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PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 
DEVELOPMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 135/83. 

County of Wentworth (now The Reg- 
ional Municipality of Hamilton- 
Wentworth), Township of West 
Flamborough (now the Township of 
Flamborough). 

Made— March 9th, 1983. 

Filed— March 10th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 484/73 

MADE UNDER THE 

PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 

DEVELOPMENT ACT 

1. Ontario Regulation 484/73 is amended 
adding thereto the following section: 



by 



27. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the existing single-family dwelling located on 
the land described in Schedule 14 may be used for 
office purposes. O. Reg. 135/83, s. 1. 

2. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding thereto the following Schedule: 

Schedule 14 

That parcel of land situate in the Town of Dundas in 
The Regional Municipality of Hamilton- Wentworth, 
formerly in the Township of West Flamborough in the 
County of Wentworth, more particularly described as 
the northeast quarter of the south half of Lot 26 in 
Concession I in the said former Township. O. Reg. 
135/83, s. 2. 

G. M. Farrow 

Assistant Deputy Minister 

Community Planning Wing 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

and Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 9th day of March, 1983. 

(2341) 13 



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1422 O. Reg. 136/83 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 137/83 



PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 
DEVELOPMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 136/83. 

County of Halton (now part of the regional 
municipalities of Halton and Peel), 
Town of Oakville (now part of the 
towns of Halton Hills, Milton, Oak- 
ville and the City of Mississauga. 
Made— March 8th, 1983. 
Filed— March 10th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 481/73 

MADE UNDER THE 

PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 

DEVELOPMENT ACT 

1. Ontario Regulation 481/73 is amended 
adding thereto the following section: 



by 



73. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, the land described in Schedule 62 may be used 
for the erection and use thereon of a single-family 
dwelling provided the following requirements are met: 



Minimum front yard 

Minimum side yards 

Maximum height of the 
single-family dwelling 

Maximum floor area of 
the single-family dwel- 
ling 

Minimum distance 
between any building or 
structure and the rear lot 
line 



9 metres 
2.4 metres 

6 metres 
762 square metres 

6 1 metres 
O. Reg. 136/83, s. 1. 



2. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding thereto the following Schedule: 

Schedule 62 

That parcel of land situate in the Town of Oakville 
in The Regional Municipality of Halton, being that 
part of Lot 23 in Concession II, north of Dundas 
Street, designated as Parts 1 , 2 and 3 on a Plan filed in 
the Land Registry Office in the Land Titles Division of 
Halton (No. 20) as Number 20R-5735, excepting Part 
1 as shown on a Plan filed in the said Land Registry 
Office as Number 20R-5958. O. Reg. 136/83, s. 2. 

G. M. Farrow 

Assistant Deputy Minister 

Community Planning Wing 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

and Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 8th day of March, 1983. 



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13 



GAME AND FISH ACT 

O. Reg. 137/83. 
Open Seasons — Moose and Deer. 
Made — March 3rd, 1983. 
Filed— March 10th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 428 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

GAME AND FISH ACT 

1. Section 1 of Regulation 428 of Revised Regula- 
tions of Ontario, 1980 is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

1. This Regulation is subject to Regulations 409 
and 420 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 and 
does not apply to provincial parks other than that part 
of Algonquin Provincial Park situate in the geographic 
townships of Bruton and Clyde in the County of 
Haliburton. O. Reg. 137/83, s. 1. 

2. Section 4 of the said Regulation, as amended by 
section 2 of Ontario Regulation 157/82 and sec- 
tion 1 of Ontario Regulation 498/82, is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

4. — (1) The holder of a resident's licence to hunt 
moose may hunt moose in a wildlife management unit 
specified in Column 1 of an item of Schedule 1 during 
the open season specified in Column 2 of the item. 

(2) The holder of a non-resident's licence to hunt 
moose may hunt moose in a wildlife management unit 
specified in Column 1 of an item of Schedule 1 during 
the open season specified in Column 3 of the item. 

(3) The holder of a resident's licence to hunt moose 
may hunt moose in a wildlife management unit 
specified in Column 1 of an item of Schedule 2 during 
the open season specified in Column 2 of the item sub 
ject to the conditions set out in Column 4 of the item. 

(4) The holder of a non-resident's licence to hunt 
moose may hunt moose in a wildlife management unit 
specified in Column 1 of an item of Schedule 2 during 
the open season specified in Column 3 of the item sub- 
ject to the conditions set out in Column 4 of the item. 

(5) No holder of a licence to hunt moose shall take 
more than one moose. O. Reg. 137/83, s. 2. 

3. Section 5 of the said Regulation, as remade by 
section 3 of Ontario Regulation 157/82, is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

5. — (1) The holder of a resident's or non-resident's 
licence to hunt moose who is a registered guest with a 
tourist outfitter and receives from the tourist outfitter a 
tag to hunt moose in Form 27 of Regulation 420 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 shall complete 









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the questionnaire provided with the tag and return the 
questionnaire to the office of the Ministry specified on 
the questionnaire on or before, 

(a ) the 3 1st day of December of the year in which 
the licence is issued, where the licence is in 
Form 3 of Regulation 420 of Revised Regu- 
lations of Ontario, 1980; or 

{b) the 30th day of November of the year in 
which the licence is issued, where the licence 



is in Form 8 of Regulation 420 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980. 

(2) Any person who refuses or neglects to return the 
completed questionnaire to the Ministry under subsec- 
tion (1) is ineligible to receive a licence to hunt moose 
in the year next following. O. Reg. 137/83, s. 3. 

4. Schedules 1 and 2 to the said Regulation, as 
remade by section 4 of Ontario Regulation 157/82, are 
revoked and the following substituted therefor 



Schedule 1 



Item 


Column 1 
Wildlife Manaqement Units 


Column 2 

Open Seasons 

Residents 


Column 3 
Open Seasons 
Non-Residents 


1 . 


1, 


16, 17 and 25 


September 1 7 to 
December 15, 1983 
September 1 5 to 
December 15, 1984 


September 1 9 to 
November 15, 1983 
September 1 7 to 
November 15, 1984 


2. 


2, 
15, 


3, 4, 5, 8, 9A, 12A, 
18, 19 and 21 


October 8 to 
December 15, 1983 
October 6, to 
December 15, 1984 


October 1 to 
November 15, 1983 
October 8 to 
November 15, 1984 


3. 


6, 

and 


7B, 9B, 11, 12B, 13 

14 


October R to 
December 15, 1983 
October 6 to 
December 15, 1984 




4. 


22, 
3D, 
36, 
42 


23, 24,27, 28, 29, 
31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 
37, 38, 39, 40 and 


October f* to 
November 15, 1983 
October 6 to 
November 15, 1984 


October 1 to 
November 15, 1983 
October 8 to 
November 15, 1984 


5. 


26 


September 24 to 
October 31 , 1983 
September 22 to 
October 31, 1984 


September 26 to 
October 31, 1983 
September 24 to 
October 31, 1984 


6. 


41 


October 8 to 
November 15, 1983 
October 6 to 
November 15, 1984 




7. 


46, 
54, 
and 


47, 48, 49, 50, 53, 
55, 56, 57, 58, 59 
60 


October 22 to 
October 27, 1984 





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Schedule 2 



O. Reg. 138/83 



Item 


Column 1 

Wildlife 

Management 

Units 


Column 2 

Open Seasons 

Residents 


Column 3 
Open Seasons 
Non-Residents 


Column 4 
Conditions 


1. 


7A 


October 8 to 
December 15, 1983 
October 6 to 
December 15, 1984 


October 10 to 
November 15, 1983 
October 8 to 
November 15, 1984 


Only bows and 
arrows or 
flintlock or 
percussion cap 
muzzle-loading 
quns may be used 


2. 


13 


September 1 7 to 
October 2, 1983 
September 1 5 to 
September 30, 1984 




Only bows and 
arrows may be 
used 


3. 


23 and 29 


September 1 7 to 
October 7, 1983 
September 1 5 to 
October 5, 1984 


September 19 to 
October 7, 1983 
September 1 7 to 
October 5, 1984 


Only bows and 
arrows may be 
used 


4. 


38 


September 1 7 to 
September 30, 1983 
September 1 5 to 
September 30, 1984 


September 19 to 
September 30, 1983 
September 1 7 to 
September 30, 1984 


Only bows and 
arrows may be 
used 



(2343) 



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13 



GAME AND FISH ACT 

O. Reg. 138/83. 
Hunting Licences. 
Made — March 3rd, 1983. 
Filed— March 10th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 420 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

GAME AND FISH ACT 

1. Section 1, and section 2, as amended by section 
1 of Ontario Regulation 217/81 and section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 502/81, of Regulation 420 
of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, are 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

1. — (1) In this Regulation, 

(a) "antlerless deer" means a deer that, 
(i) does not have antlers, or 



(ii) has antlers both of which are less than 
7.5 centimetres in length; 

(b) "bull moose" means a male moose that is at 
least one year old at the time of hunt; 

(c) "calf moose" means a moose that is less than 
one year old at the time of hunt; 



(d) "cow moose" means a female moose that is 
least one year old at the time of hunt; 

(e) "immediate relative", when used with ref- 
erence to the holder of a licence in Form 3, 
means a grandparent, father, mother, 
spouse, son, daughter, brother, sister or 
grandchild of the holder; 

(/) "registered guest" means a person who con- 
tracts for accommodation with a tourist out- 
fitter and whose name is entered in the 
register kept by the tourist outfitter under 
subsection 11 (1) of Regulation 936 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980; 

(g) "tourist outfitter" means a person who, 



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1425 



(i) operates a licensed tourist outfitter, 
outpost, cabin or cottage establish- 
ment, as defined in Regulation 936 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, 
in a wildlife management unit that 
has an open season for moose, 

(ii) is an air carrier licensed by the Cana- 
dian Transport Commission and 
Transport Canada and provides air 
transportation to a hunting outpost 
site, and customary services to moose 
hunters, in a wildlife management 
unit that has an open season for 
moose, or 

(iii) operates a tourist establishment that is 
licensed under Regulation 936 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
and provided overnight accommoda- 
tion and customary services to moose 
hunters between the 1st day of 
January, 1978 and the 31st day of 
December, 1982. 

(2) A reference in this Regulation to a wildlife man- 
agement unit is a reference to that unit as numbered 
and described in the Schedule to Ontario Regulation 
155/82. O. Reg. 138/83, s. 1, part. 



HUNTING LICENCES 

Issue 

la. — (1) A licence issued to a resident, 

(a) to hunt deer, shall be in Form 1; 

(6) who is a farmer, to hunt deer in the county, 
territorial district, regional municipality or 
district municipality, as the case may be, in 
which he resides, shall be in Form 2; 

(c) to hunt moose, shall be in Form 3; 

(d) to hunt black bear, shall be in Form 4; and 

(e) to hunt animals and birds, other than bear, 
caribou, elk, deer, moose, badger, beaver, 
bobcat, fisher, lynx, marten, mink, muskrat, 
otter, red squirrel or wolverine, shall be in 
Form 5. 

(2) A licence issued to a non-resident, 

(a) to hunt fox, game birds, rabbits, raccoon, 
squirrel other than red squirrel and wolf, 
shall be in Form 5; 

(b) to hunt deer, shall be in Form 7; 

(c) to hunt moose, shall be in Form 8; 

(d) to hunt black bear, shall be in Form 9. 



(3) No licence in Form 8 shall be issued unless the 
applicant possesses and produces to the issuer a tag in 
Form 27. 

(4) A licence issued to a hunt club recognized by or 
registered with the Masters of Foxhounds Association 
of America Incorporated that authorizes the members 
thereof to hunt fox shall be in Form 10. O. Reg. 
138/83, s. 1, part. 

2. — (1) A licence in Form 1, 2 or 7 is not valid for 
hunting deer with a bow and arrow unless a tag in 
Form 11 is affixed to the licence. 

(2) A licence in Form 1 or 2 is not valid for hunting 
antlerless deer unless a tag in Form 23, 24, 25 or 26 is 
affixed to the licence. 

(3) The holder of a licence in Form 1 or 2 shall not 
hunt antlerless deer in any wildlife management unit 
other than the wildlife management unit specified on 
the tag affixed to the licence. 

(4) A licence in Form 7 is not valid for hunting 
antlerless deer. 

(5) An application for a tag in Form 23 or 24 shall 
be in the form furnished by the Ministry of Natural 
Resources with the licence in Form 1 or 2. 

(6) An application for a tag in Form 25 or 26 shall 
be in the form furnished by the Ministry of Natural 
Resources. 

(7) No person shall use a form other than the form 
furnished by the Ministry of Natural Resources with 
his licence in Form 1 or 2 to apply for a tag referred to 
in subsection (5). 

(8) A licence in Form 5 issued to a resident is not 
valid for hunting raccoon at night unless a tag in Form 
13 is affixed to the licence. 

(9) A licence in Form 5 issued to a non-resident is 
not valid unless a tag in Form 6 or 14 is affixed to the 
licence and in any case is not valid for hunting raccoon 
at night. O. Reg. 138/83, s. 1, part. 

2a. — (1) A licence in Form 3 is not valid for hunting 
moose other than calf moose unless a tag in Form 2 7 is 
affixed to the licence. 

(2) A licence in Form 8 is not valid for hunting 
moose unless a tag in Form 2 7 is affixed to the licence 
and the holder, 

(a) is hunting with an immediate relative who is 
the holder of a licence in Form 3; or 

(b) is, at the time of hunt, 

(i) a registered guest, or 

(ii) the owner of real property in a 
wildlife management unit that has an 
open season for non-residents. 



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(3) A tag that authorizes the holder of a licence in 
Form 3 or 8 to hunt moose of the age and sex specified 
on the tag shall be in Form 27. 

(4) An application for a tag in Form 27, 

(a) by a resident, shall be in Form 28; 

(b) by a non-resident, shall be in Form 29; or 

(c) by a tourist outfitter applying on behalf of a 
registered guest, shall be in Form 30. 

(5) No person shall submit more than one applica- 
tion in Form 28 or 29, or possess more than one tag in 
Form 27 at the time of hunt. 

(6) The holder of a licence in Form 3 or 8 shall not 
hunt bull or cow moose in any wildlife management 
unit other than the wildlife management unit specified 
on the tag in Form 27 affixed to the holder's licence. 

(7) A licence in Form 8, 

(a) is valid for hunting calf moose in any wildlife 
management unit during an open season for 
non-residents in the wildlife management 
unit if, 

(i) a tag in Form 27 authorizing the 
hunting is affixed to the licence, and 

(ii) the holder of the licence is a registered 
guest or is hunting with an immediate 
relative who holds a licence in Form 
3; and 

(b) is valid for hunting calf moose in a specified 
wildlife management unit during an open 
season for non-residents in the wildlife man- 
agement unit if, 

(i) a tag in Form 27 authorizing the 
hunting in the wildlife management 
unit is affixed to the licence, and 

(ii) the holder of the licence is the owner 
of real property in the wildlife man- 
agement unit. 

(8) A tag in Form 27 that authorizes hunting moose 
in a specified wildlife management unit during an open 
season that is restricted to the use of bows and arrows 
or flintlock or percussion cap muzzle-loading guns 
expires with the last day of the open season, but where 
the holder of the licence in Form 8 to which the tag is 
affixed has not killed a moose during the open season 
and, 

(a) is a registered guest or is hunting with an 
immediate relative who holds a licence in 
Form 3, the first-named holder may hunt calf 



moose in any wildlife management unit dur- 
ing an open season for non-residents in the 
wildlife management unit; or 

(b ) is the owner of real property in the specified 
wildlife management unit, the holder may 
hunt calf moose during a subsequent open 
season for non-residents in the wildlife man- 
agement unit. O. Reg. 138/83, s. 1, part. 

2. Subsection 3 (1) of the said Regulation, as 
remade by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
397/82, is revoked. 

3. — (1) Subsections 9 (2) and (3) of the said Regu- 
lation, as remade by section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 499/82, are revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

(2) A holder of a licence in Form 3 or 8 who has 
killed a moose shall attach the seal provided with the 
licence, 

(a) in the case of a calf moose, to its lower jaw, 
which shall be kept intact; 

(b) in the case of a bull or cow moose, to the 
tendon of one of its hind legs, keeping the 
scrotal sac or vulva, as the case may be, 
intact, 

in the manner prescribed on the seal, immediately 
after the moose has been killed and at the site where it 
was killed, and shall keep the seal attached to the 
moose while it is being transported. 

(3) A holder of a licence in Form 4 or 9 who has 
killed a bear shall attach the seal provided with the 
licence to the carcass of the bear in the manner pre- 
scribed on the seal, immediately after the bear has 
been killed, and at the site where it was killed, and 
shall keep the seal attached to the bear while it is being 
transported. O. Reg. 138/83, s. 3 (1). 

(2) Section 9 of the said Regulation, as amended by 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 499/82 and sec- 
tion 1 of Ontario Regulation 683/82, is further 
amended by adding thereto the following sub 
sections: 



(5) The holder of a licence in Form 1,2,3,4,7,8 
9 shall provide the information required on the seal 
the manner prescribed on the seal immediately afi 
the animal has been killed. 



■= 



(6) No holder of a licence in Form 1, 2, 3 or 8 shall 
attach the seal provided with the licence to a moose or 
an antlerless deer that has been killed by another per- 
son. O. Reg. 138/83, s. 3 (2). 

4. Forms 3 and 8 of the said Regulation are 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
Form 3 



Game and Fish Act 
RESIDENT'S LICENCE TO HUNT MOOSE IN 19 



Licence Serial Number 

Under the Game and Fish Act and the 
regulations, and subject to the 
limitations thereof, this licence is 
issued to 



Licence fee $18.50 
Issuing fee $ 1.50 
Total fee S20.00 



1427 



Last Name (print) 



Mr. 

Mrs. 

Miss 



First Name (print) 



Middle 
Initial 



Street Address, Apt. No., P.O. Box or 
♦Rural Route (print) 



Date of Birth 





























of 

City, Town or Village (print) 





























Postal Code 



Office use 
only 



Year 


Month 


Day 



Qualification Produced 



Province, State or 
Country 



Year 



Serial No. 



Height , 

Weight , 

Colour of Hair 
Colour of Eyes 



* If Rural Route, please complete 



Lot: 


Concession: 


Township of: 



to hunt moose during the open season in 19. 



Issuer's Number 









This licence is not valid for hunting 
bull or cow moose unless an 
appropriate moose validation tag, 
provided by the Ministry of Natural 
Resources, is attached. 



(signature of Issuer) 



(date) 
221 



(signature of licensee) 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 138/83 



Affix a moose validation taa in the place provided. 





















O. Reg. 138/83, s. 4, part. 



Form 8 
Game and Fish Act 
NON-RESIDENT'S LICENCE TO HUNT MOOSE IN 19... 
Licence Serial Number 



Licence fee $198.00 
Issuing fee $ 2.00 
Total fee $200.00 



Under the Game and Fish Act and the 
regulations^ and subject to the 
limitations thereof, this licence is 
issued to 



Last Name (print) 
Mr. 














Mrs. 
Miss 
























First 


Name (print) 





























Middle 
Initial 

□ 



Date of Birth 



Year 


Month 


Day 



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Street Address, Apt. No. , P.O. Box or 
Rural Route (print) 



of 

City, Town or Village (print) 



Office use 
Postal Code or Zip Code only 



Qualification Produced 



Province, State or 
Country 



Year 



Serial No. 



Height , 

weight , 

Colour of Hair 
Colour of Eyes 



to hunt moose during the open season in 19. 



Issuer's Number 



This licence is not valid for hunting 
moose unless an appropriate moose 
validation tag, provided by the 
Ministry of Natural Resources, 
is attached. 



(signature of issuer) 



(date) 



(signature of licensee) 



Affix a moose validation tag in the place provided. 





















O. Reg. 138/83, s. 4, part. 



223 



1430 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 138/83 

5. The said Regulation is further amended by adding thereto the following Forms: 

Form 27 
Game and Fish Act 



Moose 

Validation 

Tag 19 .... Taq Serial Number 

This taq authorizes 

(Last Name) 

(First Name) (Middle Initial) 
to take 



(a moose of a specific aqe and sex) 



in wmu 



(WMU Number or any) 
(during the open season for moose with bows 

and muzzle loaders, if appropriate) 

Remove the backing from this tag and stick 
the tag to the back of your moose licence. 



O. Reg. 138/83, s. 5, part. 



Form 28 
Game and Fish Act 
RESIDENT'S APPLICATION FOR A MOOSE VALIDATION TAG 19 



No. 



Please print. No Fee Required 

I hereby apply to hunt a bull or a cow moose in the following Wildlife 
Management Units: 



1st Choice 



Mark One 2nd Choice 



Mark One 



WMU 














Special Bow Season 
Preference 





Bull 





WMU 







Bull 





Cow 





Special Bow Season 
Preference 



Cow 





3rd Choice 



WMU 














Special Bow Season 
Preference 





Mark One 



Qualifications Produced 



Bull 





Cow 





Province, State or Country 



Year 



Serial No. 



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Last Name 



First Name 



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1431 



Date of Birth 



Year 



Middle 
Initial 



□ 



Month 



Day 



Street Address, Apt. No., P.O. Box or Rural Route 



of 

City, Town or Village 



Postal Code 



The submission of more than one application is prohibited and will result 
in the rejection of all applications. 



I hereby declare that the above information is 

correct and that I have submitted only one application. 



(signature of applicant) 



(date) 



Please complete and return this application to Wildlife Surveys and 
Records by 5:00 p.m., April .... 19.., if you wish to apply to hunt bull 
or cow moose. Applications that are incomplete or illegible will not be 
accepted. 

O. Reg. 138/83, s. 5, part. 



Form 29 
Game and Fish Act 



NON-RESIDENT'S APPLICATION FOR A 
MOOSE VALIDATION TAG 19 



No. 



No Fee Required. Please Print. 
Last Name 



First Name 



Middle 
Initial 



□ 



Date of Birth 



Year 


Month 


Day 



Qualifications Produced 


Province, State or Country 


Year 


Serial No. 



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O. Reg. 138/83 



Street Address, Apt. No., P.O. Box or Rural Route 






of 

City, Town or Village 



Postal Code 



The person named above hereby makes application to hunt a bull or a 
calf moose, a cow or calf moose, and if not selected for either of the 
preceding, a calf moose only. 

(Complete either Part A or B) 

Part A 

I will hunt with an immediate relative*, 



(name and address) 



who is my , and who qualifies to hunt as 

(relationship) 
an Ontario resident as evidenced by: 



Proof of Hunting Experience 
Ont. Lie. No Year 



Not e : Where Part A is completed, 

this application must be submitted 

with your immediate relative's application 

for a moose validation tag together 

with your affidavit sworn before a notary 

public, verifying your relationship to your 

immediate relative. 

Choice of Wildlife Management Unit 



1st Choice 



Mark One 



2nd Choice 



Mark One 



| WMU 







Special Bow Season 
Preference 



Bull or Calf 






Cow or Calf 





WMU 







Bull or Calf 










Cow or Calf 





Special Bow Season 
Preference 





3rd Cnoice 






Mark One 






WMU 










Bull or Calf 




















Special 3ow Season 







Cow or Calf 



























* Immediate relative is defined as a grandparent, father, mother, spouse, 
son, daughter, brother, sister or grandchild of an applicant, the 
immediate relative must be tne holder of a moose licence at the time of 
the hunt. 

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1433 



Part B 

I am the owner of real property located at 



Lot Concession or Plan 

in the of County etc . , of 

and more particularly described in Instrument No for the 

of registered in the Land 

Registry Office for the (tRegistry) (tLand Titles) Division of 



Your affidavit, sworn before a notary public, verifying that you are 
the owner of real property as stated in Part B, shall be filed with 
this application. 



tStrike out wnere not applicable. 



Wildlife Management Unit in which the property is located 



Animal 


(mark one 


Bull . . 

or 1 1 


""□ 


Choice 


box only) 






Calf 


Calf 



Special Bow 

Season 

Preference 



The submission of more than one application is prohibited and will 
result in the rejection of all applications. 



I hereby declare that the above information is correct and 
that I have submitted only one application. 



(signature of applicant) 



(date) 



Please complete and return this application, if you have completed, 
Part A, to Wildlife Surveys and Records, or, if you have completed 
part B, to the District Manager of the administrative district of 
the Ministry of Natural Resources in which the property is located, by 

5:00 P.M., April , 19 , if you wish to apply to hunt bull or 

cow moose. Applications to hunt calf moose only may be submitted 
after that date. Applications that are incomplete or illegible will 
not be accepted. 

O. Reg. 138/83, s. 5, part. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
Form 30 

Game and Fish Act 



O. Reg. 138/83 



TOURIST OUTFITTER'S APPLICATION 
FOR MOOSE VALIDATION TAG ( S ) 19 .. 



NO. 



Outfitter's Commercial Name (Print) 



Outfitter's Number 



Owned or Operated by: 



Last Name 


First Name Middle Initial 









































Street Address, Apt. No., P.O. Box or Rural Route 









































of 

City, Town, Village 


I 







































Postal or Zip Code 



On behalf of my registered moose hunting guests, I hereby apply for a 

Moose Validation Tag(s) for the 19 hunting season for the following 

hunter(s) : 



Last Name 


First Name 


Mdl. Int. 


Date of Birth 






























Yr . Mo . Dy . 































Street Address, Apt. No., P.O. Box or Rural Route 







































of 

City, Town, Village 











































Postal or zip Code 



This person Resident . . 

is a: I— I 

I 1 of Ontario who will be hunting in WMU, — ■ — . 1 

Non-Res. I 1 I — I — I 1 



for a 



Bull or Calf 
Cow or Calf 
Calf 





This tag is f or . . (mark 

tne Special I I if 



moose. Bow Season 



applicable ) 



I hereby certify that the above information is correct, 



(signature of outfitter) 



(date) 



(2344) 



O. Reg. 138/83, s. 5, part. 
13 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 140/83 1435 



PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 139/83. 

Restricted Areas — District of Algoma, 
Sault Ste. Marie North Planning Area. 
Made— March 8th, 1983. 
Filed— March 10th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 279/80 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT 

1. Ontario Regulation 279/80 is amended 
adding thereto the following section: 



by 



71. — (1) Notwithstanding section 28, the existing 
workshop on the land described in subsection (2) may 
be used for the sale of used furnishings, clothing and 
articles for personal use, provided the following 
requirements are met: 



Maximum gross floor 
area of workshop 

Maximum number of 
parking spaces 



43.5 square metres 



(2) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land 
situate in the geographic Township of Fenwick in the 
Territorial District of Algoma, being Lot 8 on a Plan 
filed in the Land Registry Office for the Land Titles 
Division of Algoma (No. 1) as Number H-806. 
O. Reg. 139/83, s. 1. 

L. J. FlNCHAM 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

Sorth and East 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

and Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 8th day of March, 1983. 

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FUEL TAX ACT, 1981 

O. Reg. 140/83. 

General. 

Made — March 9th, 1983. 

Filed— March 10th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 772/82 

MADE UNDER THE 

FUEL TAX ACT, 1981 

— (1) Clause 1 (1) (b) of Ontario Regulation 772/ 
82 is revoked. 



(2) Subsections 1 (2), (3), (4) and (5) of the said 
Regulation are revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor 

(2) The amount or quantity of dye prescribed for the 
purposes of clauses 1 (b) and (d) of the Act is 7.41 parts 
of dye per million parts of fuel. 

(3) The proportion prescribed for the purposes of 
clause 1 (e) of the Act is not less than 370 and not more 
than 410 parts of dye per million parts of fuel. 

(4) The following substances are prescribed for the 
purpose of blending with fuel to make coloured fuel: 

1. A colouring agent acceptable to the Minister 
in a proportion equal to not less than 1.8846 
per cent and not more than 1.9615 per cent of 
the dye. 

2. Furfural in a proportion equal to not less 
than 1.8846 per cent and not more than 
1.9615 per cent of the dye. 

3. Xylene based aromatic solvent in a propor- 
tion equal to not less than 1.2436 per cent 
and not more than 1.3205 per cent of the dye. 

4. Fuel of a composition that the Minister con- 
siders satisfactory for blending with compo- 
nents prescribed in paragraphs 1 , 2 and 3 in a 
proportion not less than 94. 7565 per cent and 
not more than 94.9872 per cent of the dye. 

(5) When the colouring agent, furfural and xylene 
based aromatic solvent described in paragraphs 1, 2 
and 3 of subsection (4) are combined in the proportions 
of not less than 36.75 parts or more than 38.25 parts 
colouring agent and not less than 36.75 parts or more 
than 38.25 parts furfural to not less than 24.25 parts or 
more than 25.75 parts xylene based aromatic solvent, 
the combination of components shall, 

(a) have a flash point at or above 29 degrees 
Celsius determined using the setaflash closed 
cup method; 

(b) have a pour point of less than minus 50 
degrees Celsius; 

(c) contain not more than 0.1 per cent moisture 
measured according to the American Society 
for the Testing of Materials scale 0-95; 

(d) contain not more than 0.5 per cent by weight 
of fuel insolubles when the combination of 
components is mixed with fuel in a 7 to 1 
ratio; and 

(e) have a viscosity of not more than 15 cen- 
tapoise at minus 20 degrees Celsius and 5 
centapoise at 20 degrees Celsius on the 
Brookfield scale and 10 centistokes at 
20 degrees Celsius on the Kinematic scale. 
O. Reg. 140/83, s. 1 (2). 



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2.— (1) Clauses 5 (1) (e), (/) and (i) of the said 
Regulation are revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor: 

(e) a supply tank for the storage of dye, mounted 
horizontally or vertically, and having an 
eight inch inspection port that is easily acces- 
sible at the uppermost position of the tank 
and at a minimum of six inches from the 
bottom of the tank a dye line outlet; 

(/) as part of each supply tank referred to in 
clause (e), 

(i) one or more pumps to dispense dye at 
a pressure in the dye line that exceeds 
the pressure in the fuel line by a 
minimum of 175 kilopascals, and 

(ii) equipment that is both designed and 
operated with sufficient frequency to 
ensure the proper concentration of dye 
throughout the product contained in 
the supply tank at all times; 



(i) a pulser to control the electrical supply to the 
pilot solenoid described in clause (b) for the 
purpose of injecting preset volumes of fuel at 
a rate of not less than one pulse of dye for 
each 100 litres of fuel; 

(2) Subsection 5 (2) of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(2) No design for a fuel delivery system and no 
placement or arrangement of components in the dye 
injection or fuel delivery system that, in the Minister's 



opinion, will permit the delivery of fuel that has not 
been coloured from the leading arm dedicated to the 
fuel delivery system shall be used in colouring 
fuel. O. Reg. 140/83, s. 2 (2). 

3. — (1) Clauses 6 (1) (b) and (d) of the said Regu- 
lation are revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 



(d) maintain records related 
inventory and use of dye. 



to the receipt, 



(2) Subsections 6 (2) and (3) of the said Regulation 
are revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

(3) Where a collector has in his possession or control 
any coloured fuel in which the proportion of dye to fuel 
is less than 370 parts per million, any person 
authorized to take samples of fuel under clause 18(1) 
(e ) of the Act may require the collector to colour that 
fuel either through the use of equipment described in 
subsection 5 (1) or manually as the person requiring 
the colouring directs and the collector shall colour the 
fuel in compliance with that direction under the super- 
vision of the person making that direction. O. Reg. 
140/83, s. 3 (2), part. 

4. Clauses 7 (1) {d) and (g) of the said Regulation 
are revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

(d) the quantity of fuel dyed; 



(g) his inventories, including inventories of clear 
fuel and coloured fuel, and his inventory of 
dye accounted for by supplier; 



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5. Tables I, 2 and 3 to the said Regulation are revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

Table 2 
BLENDING CHART OF DYE 



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QUANTITY OF 




QUANTITY OF 


LITRES TO 


DYE TO BE 


LITRES TO 


DYE TO BE 


BE COLOURED 


USED (C.C.) 


BE COLOURED 


USED (LITRES) 


100 


39 


100,000 


39 


200 


78 


200,000 


78 


300 


117 


300,000 


117 


400 


156 


400,000 


156 


500 


195 


500,000 


195 


600 


234 


600,000 


234 


700 


273 


700,000 


273 


800 


312 


800,000 


312 


900 


351 


900,000 


351 


1,000 


390 


1,000,000 


390 


2,000 


780 


2,000,000 


780 


3,000 


1,170 


3,000,000 


1,170 


4,000 


1,560 


4,000,000 


1,560 


5,000 


1,950 


5,000,000 


1,950 


6,000 


2,340 


6,000,000 


2,340 


7,000 


2,730 


7,000,000 


2,730 


8,000 


3,120 


8,000,000 


3,120 


9,000 


3,510 


9,000,000 


3,510 


10,000 


3,900 


10,000,000 


3,900 


20,000 


7,800 


20,000,000 


7,800 


30,000 


11,700 


30,000,000 


11,700 


40,000 


15,600 


40,000,000 


15,600 


50,000 


19,500 


50,000,000 


19,500 


60,000 


23,400 


60,000,000 


23,400 


70,000 


27,300 


70,000,000 


27,300 


80,000 


31,200 


80,000,000 


31,200 


90,000 


35,100 


90,000,000 


35,100 



Dated at Toronto, this 9th day of March, 1983. 
(2346) 



O. Reg. 140/83, s. 5, part. 

F. Miller 
For the Minister of Revenue 



13 



JUDICATURE ACT 

O. Reg. 141/83. 

Rules of Practice and Procedure of the 

Supreme Court of Ontario. 
Made — February 10th, 1983. 
Approved — March 10th, 1983. 
Filed— March 11th, 1983. 



AMENDMENTS to Regulation 540 of the 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, being the 
Rules of Practice and Procedure of the Supreme 
Court of Ontario, including the Appendix of 



Forms and the Tariffs of Fees and Disburse- 
ments, made by the Rules Committee on the 10th 
day of February, 1983, under the Judicature Act, 
to be effective on the date of filing under the 
Regulations Act. 

1. Rule 11 of Regulation 540 of Revised Regula- 
tions of Ontario, 1980, is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor 

11. — (1) Where by any statute an application may 
be made to a court or a judge thereof and where such 
application may be made without the institution of an 
action, the application may be made by originating 
notice of motion. 



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(2) This rule extends to applications which by any 
statute or rule may be made to a county court or a 
judge thereof. O. Reg. 141/83, s. 1. 

2. Rule 11a of the said Regulation is amended by 
constituting the present Rule 11a as sub-rule 
1 la (1) and by adding thereto the following sub- 
rule: 

(2) Upon obtaining an order granting leave for the 
issuance of a certificate of lis pendens, the applicant 
shall forthwith serve the order upon the parties against 
whom the interest in lands is being claimed in the 
application. O. Reg. 141/83, s. 2. 

3. Rule 32 of the said Regulation is amended by 
adding thereto the following sub-rule: 

(3) Upon obtaining an order granting leave for the 
issuance of a certificate of lis pendens, the plaintiff 
shall forthwith serve the order upon the parties against 
whom the interest in lands is being claimed in the 
action. O. Reg. 141/83, s. 3. 

4. Rule 209 of the said Regulation is amended by 
adding thereto the following paragraph: 

17a. Motions for interim relief respecting custody 
of or access to a child or determining any aspect of the 
incidents of custody of the child pursuant to Part III of 
the Children's Law Reform Act. 



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13 



PROVINCIAL OFFENCES ACT 

O. Reg. 142/83. 
Fine Option Program. 
Made — February 24th, 1983. 
Filed— March 11th, 1983. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
PROVINCIAL OFFENCES ACT 

FINE OPTION PROGRAM 

1. — (1) In this Regulation, 

(a) "agency" means a person who has entered a 
contract to operate the program in a Fine 
Option District; 

(6) "clerk" means the clerk of the court; 

(c) "court" means the court in the Fine Option 
District that imposed the fine upon the 
defendant; 

(d) "director" means the individual appointed, 
as such, in writing by an agency under the 



terms of the contract described in subsection 
2 (3) and includes such other individuals as a 
director appoints in writing to act on the 
director's behalf; 

(e) "Fine Option District" means a Fine Option 
District named and described in the Schedule 
hereto; 

(/) "program" means the Fine Option Program. 

(2) Where an employee of the Ministry of Correc- 
tional Services is appointed to operate the program in a 
Fine Option District as described in clause 2 (3) (b), 
the employee shall be deemed to be an agency for the 
purposes of this Regulation and the employee shall be 
deemed to be the director of the agency. O. Reg. 
142/83, s. 1. 



PART I 



2. — (1) There is hereby established a program to 
permit the payment of fines in default by means of 
credits for work peformed. 

(2) The program established under subsection (1) 
shall be known as the "Fine Option Program". 

(3) The program, in each Fine Option District, shall 
be administered by, 

(a) an agency which has contracted with Her 
Majesty, in right of Ontario, as represented 
by the Attorney General and the Minister of 
Correctional Services, to operate the pro- 
gram in the Fine Option District; or 

(b ) an employee of the Ministry of Correctional 
Services who has been appointed by the 
Attorney General and the Minister of Cor- 
rectional Services to operate the program in 
the Fine Option District. O. Reg. 
142/83, s. 2. 

3. This Regulation applies, 

(a) only to the payment of fines imposed by 
courts in the Fine Option Districts named in 
Column 1 of the Schedule hereto, as more 
particularly described in Column 2 of the 
Schedule; and 

(b) only to defendants who are individuals. 
O. Reg. 142/83, s. 3. 

4. A defendant becomes eligible to participate in the 
program when the payment of a fine is in default and 
the defendant has been given a notice of intent to issue 
a warrant under clause 70 (3) (c) of the Act or a war- 
rant of committal has been issued but not executed 
O. Reg. 142/83, s. 4. 



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PART n 

PROCEDURES WHERE NOTICE OF 
DEFAULT ISSUED 

5. — ( 1) Where a notice of intent to issue a warrant is 
given to a defendant under clause 70 (3) (c) of the Act, 
the defendant shall be given written notice that the 
defendant may undertake to pay the fine in default by 
means of credits for work performed by the defendant 
under the program by entering and undertaking and 
delivering it to the court within fifteen days of the date 
on which notice of intent was given. 

(2) The written notice under subsection (1) shall 
inform the defendant of the time and place where the 
defendant may attend to enter an undertaking to pay 
the fine in default by means of credits for work per- 
formed. 

(3) Subsection (1) does not apply to a notice of intent 
to issue a warrant which is given in respect of a fine for 
which the defendant has previously been given written 
notice that the defendant might undertake to pay by 
means of credits for work performed. 

(4) Notwithstanding subsection (1), the failure to 
give written notice in accordance with this section does 
not affect the validity of a warrant of committal issued 
under subsection 70 (3) of the Act. O. Reg. 142/83, 

s. 5. 

6. — (1) A defendant who has been given written 
notice under subsection 5 (1) and who wishes to 
undertake to pay the fine in default by means of credits 
for work performed shall attend upon the agency 
named in the notice, at the time and place specified in 
the notice, and sign a completed undertaking within 
fifteen days of the day on which the notice was given. 

(2) An undertaking under subsection (1), 

(a) shall be in Form 1; 

(b) shall relate to only one fine; 

(c) shall be supplied by the agency and com- 
pleted by the defendant with the assistance of 
the director. 

(3) The director shall indicate in writing on the 
undertaking whether or not, in the director's opinion, 
the agency can accommodate the defendant in the pro- 
gram and, where the director indicates that the agency 
can accommodate the defendant, the director shall 
specify on the undertaking the day by which the work 
must be commenced and the day by which it must be 
completed. 

(4) The director shall give the completed undertak- 
ing and one copy thereof to the defendant. 

(5) The defendant shall deliver or cause to be deli- 
vered the completed undertaking to the court within 
fifteen days of the day on which notice of intent to 



issue a warrant was given in respect of the fine in 
default. 

(6) Where the director has indicated that the agency 
can accommodate the defendant in the program, and 
the completed undertaking has been delivered to the 
court in accordance with subsection (5), a justice shall, 
unless an order is made under subsection (10), extend 
the time for payment of the fine to the day specified 
therein for completion of the work or the day permit- 
ted by subsection 9 (3), whichever is sooner. 

(7) Where the completed undertaking is not deli- 
vered to the court in accordance with subsection (6) 
and the defendant has not appeared to be heard under 
clause 70 (3) (c) of the Act, the court may proceed to 
issue a warrant of committal under subsection 70 (3) of 
the Act. 

(8) Where the director has specified a day for com- 
pletion of the work that is earlier than the day permit- 
ted by subsection 9 (3) and which the defendant alleges 
is unreasonable in the circumstances and the defen- 
dant has delivered the undertaking to the court, the 
defendant may apply to a justice for an order estab- 
lishing a day for completion of the work that the jus- 
tice considers to be reasonable in the circumstances. 

(9) An application under subsection (8) shall be filed 
with the clerk and the clerk shall arrange for a hearing 
in accordance with subsection 15 (1). 

(10) Where an application has been made under 
subsection (8), the justice, following a hearing, may 
order that a day later than the day specified by the 
director be substituted for the day specified by the 
director but the substituted day shall not be later than 
the date specified by subsection 9 (3) and the justice 
shall extend the time for payment of the fine to the day 
specified in the order. O. Reg. 142/83, s. 6. 

7. — (1) Where the director has indicated on the 
undertaking that in the director's opinion the agency 
cannot accommodate the defendant in the program, 
and the defendant has delivered the undertaking to the 
court, the defendant may apply to a justice for an 
order that the defendant be admitted to the program. 

(2) An application under this section shall be filed 
with the clerk and the clerk shall arrange for a hearing 
in accordance with subsection 15 (1). 

(3) Where an application has been filed under this 
section, and the date set for the hearing is later than 
the date by which the undertaking is required to be 
delivered to the court in accordance with subsection 6 
(5), a justice shall extend the time for payment of the 
fine to the date that has been set for the hearing. 

(4) Where an application has been made under this 
section, the justice, following the hearing, may order 
that the defendant be admitted to the program where 
the justice is satisfied that, 



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(a) the defendant is able to perform work which 
is immediately available in the program; and 

(b) there is a reasonable likelihood that the 
defendant will complete the work required to 
pay the fine, 

and the order shall include the day by which the 
defendant must commence the work and the day by 
which it must be completed, which day shall not be 
later than the day permitted by subsection 9 (3), and 
the justice shall extend the time for payment of the fine 
to the date specified in the order. 

(5) Where a justice refuses to make an order under 
subsection (4), the justice shall inform the defendant 
that the defendant may make submissions as to why a 
warrant of committal should not be issued as a result 
of default in payment of the fine. O. Reg. 142/83, 
s. 7. 



PART III 

PROCEDURES WHERE WARRANT OF 
COMMITTAL ISSUED 

8. — (1) Where a warrant of committal has been 
issued under subsection 70 (3) of the Act and the 
defendant has not been taken into custody, the defen- 
dant may attend at the office of the agency in the Fine 
Option District and enter an undertaking to pay the 
fine in default by means of credits for work performed. 

(2) A defendant to whom this section applies shall 
sign a completed undertaking and shall forthwith 
apply in person to a justice for an order that he or she 
be allowed to enter the program. 

(3) An undertaking under this section, 

(a) shall be in Form 2; 

(b) shall relate to only one fine; 

(c) shall be supplied by the agency and com- 
pleted by the defendant with the assistance of 
the director. 

(4) The director shall indicate in writing on the 
undertaking whether or not, in the director's opinion, 
the agency can accommodate the defendant in the pro- 
gram. 

(5) The agency shall give the completed undertak- 
ing and one copy thereof to the defendant. 

(6) The defendant shall deliver the completed 
undertaking to the justice at the time the defendant 
makes the application referred to in subsection (2). 

(7) Upon receipt of an application under this sec- 
tion, the justice shall set a day and a time for a hearing 
and shall cause notice of the day, time and place of the 
hearing to be given to the defendant, the director and 



the crown attorney at least two days before the hear- 
ing. 

(8) Where an application has been made under this 
section, the justice, following the hearing, may order 
that the defendant be admitted to the program where 
the justice is satisfied that, 

(a) the defendant is able to perform work which 
is immediately available in the program; and 

(b) there is a reasonable likelihood that the 
defendant will complete the work required to 
pay the fine, 

and the order shall include the day by which the 
defendant must commence the work and the day by 
which it must be completed, which day shall not be 
later than the day permitted by subsection 9 (3), and 
the justice shall extend the time for payment of the fine 
to the day specified in the order. 

(9) A defendant who has been taken into custody 
under the authority of a warrant issued under subsec- 
tion 70 (3) of the Act may not apply for an order under 
subsection (1). 

(10) Where an order has been made extending the 
time for payment of a fine, a justice shall order that a 
warrant of committal issued as a result of default in 
payment of the fine to which the order applies be 
returned forthwith to the court for cancellation. 

(11) Where an order has been made under subsec- 
tion (10), the clerk shall transmit a copy of the order to 
the police force to which the warrant was directed. 

(12) A warrant of committal that has been ordered 
returned under subsection (10) remains in force until it 
is returned to the court and cancelled by a justice. 
O. Reg. 142/83, s. 8. 

PART IV 

MISCELLANEOUS 

9. — (1) The number of hours of work to be per- 
formed by a defendant under the program shall be 
determined by dividing the amount of the fine in 
default by the hourly rate. 

(2) The hourly rate shall be the minimum wage, 
established under clause 9 (1) (h) of Regulation 285 
of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, on the day 
when the defendant enters the undertaking, or where 
an order is made under section 7 or 8, on the day on 
which the order is made. 

(3) Subject to subsections (4) and (5), where a 
defendant has undertaken to pay the fine in default by 
means of credits for work performed, the work to be 
performed shall be completed by a day that, 

(a) where the number of hours is less than 
twenty-five, is not later than thirty days; 



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(ft) where the number of hours is twenty-five or 
more but less than 125, is not later than sixty 
days; 

(c) where the number of hours is 125 or more but 
less than 250, is not later than 120 days; or 

(d) where the number of hours is 250 or more, 
is not later than 365 days, 

after the day on which the undertaking is signed or, 
where an order is made under section 7 or 8, after 
the day on which the order is made. 

(4) Where a defendant attends upon an agency and 
completes an undertaking under section 6, the director 
may specify that the work to be performed shall be 
completed by a day that is earlier than the day per- 
mitted by subsection (3). 

(5) Where a justice makes an order under section 7 
or 8, the justice may specify that the work to be per- 
formed shall be completed by a day that is earlier than 
the day permitted by subsection (3). 

(6) Any portion of an hour that is less than one full 
hour shall be deemed to be one full hour for the pur- 
pose of determining the hours of work that must be 
performed by the defendant. O. Reg. 142/83, s. 9. 

10. — (1) A defendant may apply to a justice for an 
order extending the time to complete the work 
required to be performed under the program by filing 
an application with the clerk and, where an applica- 
tion is filed, the clerk shall arrange for a hearing in 
accordance with subsection 15 (1). 

(2) The director shall deliver to the court upon or 
before the day set for the hearing a record of the work 
that has been performed by the defendant in accord- 
ance with the defendant's undertaking. 

(3) Where an application has been made under sub- 
section (1), the justice may order an extension of the 
time for completion of the work and payment of the 
fine if, following a hearing, the justice is satisfied that 
the defendant, through no fault of the defendant, is 
unable to complete the work before the date to which 
the time for payment has been previously extended 
under the program. O. Reg. 142/83, s. 10. 

11. Notwithstanding that a defendant has under- 
taken to pay a fine in default by means of credits for 
work performed, no proceeding commenced under 
subsection 69 (1) of the Act in a court of competent 
jurisdiction is affected thereby. O. Reg. 142/83, 
s. 11. 

12. — (1) When the work to be performed under an 
undertaking has been completed, or when the defen- 
dant indicates to the director that the defendant wishes 
to pay the balance of the fine in money, the director 
shall certify the number of hours of work performed by 
the defendant pursuant to the undertaking and shall 
give a copy of the certificate to the defendant. 



(2) The defendant shall deliver or cause to be deli- 
vered to the court the director's certificate of the 
number of hours of work performed by the defendant 
pursuant to the undertaking. 

(3) Where a justice is satisfied that the defendant 
has earned a sufficient number of credits to pay the 
fine in default in full, the justice shall order that any 
permit, licence, registration, or privilege which, as a 
result of default in payment of the said fine had been 
cancelled or suspended, or ordered not renewed or not 
issued, shall be reinstated or may be renewed or 
issued, as the case may be, subject to any other order 
affecting the reinstatement, renewal, or issuance of the 
permit, licence, registration, or privilege. 

(4) Except where otherwise provided by law, where 
an order has been made under subsection (3), the clerk 
shall transmit a copy of the order to the appropriate 
officer or public official. 

(5) Where a justice is satisfied that the defendant 
has earned a sufficient number of credits to pay the 
fine in full, the justice shall endorse the certificate or 
the information accordingly, and where a certificate of 
default has been filed under subsection 69 (1) of the 
Act, shall direct the clerk to file a certificate of pay- 
ment in the appropriate court, upon which the certifi- 
cate of default is discharged, and where a writ of 
execution has been filed with the sheriff, the clerk shall 
file a certificate of payment with the sheriff, upon 
which the writ is cancelled. 

(6) Notwithstanding that the defendant has failed to 
earn a sufficient number of credits to pay the fine in 
full, where the director has certified the number of 
hours of work performed by the defendant pursuant to 
the undertaking, and where the director's certificate 
has been delivered to the court, the court shall give the 
defendant credit for the work which the defendant has 
performed by multiplying the number of hours of work 
performed by the hourly rate set out in the under- 
taking. 

(7) Notwithstanding that the defendant has failed to 
earn a sufficient number of credits to pay the fine in 
default in full, the defendant may pay the balance of 
the fine in default in money. O. Reg. 142/83, s. 12. 

13. Where the fine has not been paid by the date to 
which the time for payment has been extended, the 
court shall give the defendant fifteen days notice of the 
intent to issue a warrant and an opportunity to be 
heard. O. Reg. 142/83, s. 13. 

14. — (1) Where the defendant fails to complete the 
work by the date specified in the undertaking, or fails 
to attend at the time and place appointed for the per- 
formance of work, or performs work in a manner that 
is not satisfactory in the circumstances, the director 
shall forthwith certify the facts of the particular con- 
duct of the defendant and the number of hours of 
work, if any, performed by the defendant pursuant to 
the undertaking. 



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(2) The director shall deliver the certificate required 
under subsection (1) to the court as soon as is prac- 
ticable. 

(3) Where the director delivers to the court a certifi- 
cate under subsection (1), the court shall give the 
defendant fifteen days notice of the intent to issue a 
warrant and an opportunity to be heard. 

(4) Where a defendant appears and disputes the 
allegation that the defendant failed to complete the 
work, failed to attend at the time and place appointed, 
or performed work in a manner which is not satisfac- 
tory, a justice may direct the clerk to set a day and 
time for a hearing in accordance with subsection 15 
(1). 

(5) Where the defendant has not appeared within 
fifteen days of the date on which notice was given 
under subsection (3) or does not appear at the time and 
place set for the hearing under subsection (4), a justice 
may determine the amount of the fine that remains in 
default and issue a warrant of committal under sub- 
section 70 (3) of the Act, notwithstanding that a justice 
has previously extended the time for payment of the 
fine and the time for payment has not expired. 

(6) Where, following the hearing referred to in sub- 
section (4), a justice is satisfied that the defendant 
completed the work, attended at the time and place 
appointed, or performed the work in a satisfactory 
manner, as the case may be, the justice may extend the 



time for completion of the work and order that the 
defendant be allowed to continue to perform work in 
the program, and extend the time for payment of the 
fine accordingly and, where the justice is not satisfied 
that the defendant completed the work, attended at 
the time or place appointed or performed the work in a 
satisfactory manner, the justice after giving the defen- 
dant an opportunity to be heard on the question of 
whether a warrant of committal should be issued, may 
issue a warrant of committal. O. Reg. 142/83, s. 14. 

15. — (1) Where an application is made under sub- 
section 6 (8), 7 (1) or 10 (3) to a justice for an order or 
where a hearing is held under subsection 14 (4), the 
clerk shall set a day and a time for a hearing and shall 
give notice of the day, time and place of the hearing to 
the defendant, the director and the Crown attorney at 
least two days before the hearing. 

(2) Where a justice makes an order under subsec- 
tion 6 (10), 7 (4), 8 (8) or 14 (6), the justice shall cause a 
copy of the order to be given to the defendant and the 
agency. O. Reg. 142/83, s. 15. 

16. Where a hearing is held by a justice under this 
Regulation, the justice may receive and base his or 
her decision upon information the justice considers 
credible or trustworthy in the circumstances of 
the case. O. Reg. 142/83, s. 16. 

17. This Regulation comes into force on the 1st day 
of April, 1983. O. Reg. 142/83, s. 17. 



Schedule 
FINE OPTION DISTRICTS 



Column 1 


Column 2 


Name of Fine Option District 


Description 


1 . Hamilton- Wentworth 

2 . Niagara 


The whole of the Judicial District of 
Hamilton- Wentworth 

The whole of the Judicial Districts of Niagara 
North and Niagara South 



O. Reg. 142/83, Sched. 



Form 1 

Provincial Offences Act 



Provincial Offences Courts 
Province of Ontario 



County/District/Judicial District 



UNDERTAKING TO SATISFY FINE 

PAYMENT BY EARNING CREDITS FOR 

WORK PERFORMED 

(Under Part II of Ontario Regulation 142/83, under 

the Provincial Offences Act, where a Warrant of 

Committal has not been issued) 



Name 



of 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



1443 






I was convicted by the Provincial Offences Court 

of the of 

of the offence of contrary to the 

and a fine of 

, including costs, was imposed by the court 

of which is in default. 

To pay this fine, I agree to attend at 

a place appointed by the Director on 

and thereafter on , and to 

complete to the satisfaction of 

hours of work assigned to me. 

I agree/do not agree to complete the work by ... . 

Dated at 

this day of , 19. . . 

Signature of Defendant 



of the 

hereby certify that the defendant can/cannot be 
accommodated in the Fine Option Program. The 
work, in my opinion, should be completed by 



The number of hours to be 

worked was calculated by dividing the outstanding 

balance of the fine of by the sum of 

, which is the current minimum wage 

established by clause 9 (1) (h) of Regulation 285 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980. 



Signature of Director 



Note to Defendant: 



Although you have undertaken to pay the fine 
in default by means of credits for work per- 
formed, any civil proceeding commenced against 
you under subsection 69 (1) of the Provincial 
Offences Act to collect the fine remains in force. 

Upon application made this day by 



, for an order varying the date by which 

the agreed upon work must be completed, and upon 

hearing from , it is hereby ordered that 



the work be completed by 



Justice of the Peace 
I hereby agree to complete the assigned work by 



Defendant 
O. Reg. 142/83, Form 1. 



Form 2 

Provincial Offences Act 



Provincial Offences Courts 
Province of Ontario 



County/District/Judicial District 

UNDERTAKING TO SATISFY FINE 

PAYMENT BY EARNING CREDITS FOR 

WORK PERFORMED 

(Under Part m of Ontario Regulation 142/83, 

under the Provincial Offences Act, where a Warrant 

of Committal has been issued) 

Name 

of 

I was convicted by the Provincial Offences Court of 

the of 

of the offence of contrary to the 

, and a fine of 



was imposed by the court of which 
is in default. 



To pay this fine, I agree to attend at 

a place appointed by the Director on 

and thereafter on , and to 

complete to the satisfaction of 

hours of work assigned to me. 

Dated at 

this day of , 19. . . 



Signature of Defendant 



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O. Reg. 144/83 



I, 



of the 

hereby certify 
accommodated 



that the defendant can/cannot be 
in the Fine Option Program. The 



work, in my opinion, should be completed by 

The number of hours to be 

worked was calculated by dividing the outstanding 

balance of the fine of by the sum of 

, which is the current minimum wage 

established by clause 9 (1) (h) of Regulation 285 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980. 



Signature of Director 



Note to Defendant: 



Although you have undertaken to pay the 
fine in default by means of credits for work per- 
formed, any civil proceeding commenced against 
you under subsection 69 (1) of the Provincial 
Offences Act to collect the fine remains in force. 

Warning: 

The Warrant of Committal issued against you 
remains in force until cancelled, even though you 
have entered into this agreement. 

Upon application made this day by 

. . . , for an order that he or she be allowed to enter 

the program, and upon hearing from , 

it is hereby ordered that 

be allowed to enter the program and that the work be 

completed by 

Justice of the Peace 

O. Reg. 142/83, Form 2. 
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PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 143/83. 

Order Made Under Section 30 of the 

Planning Act. 
Made — March 1st, 1983. 
Filed— March 11th, 1983. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
PLANNING ACT 

ORDER MADE UNDER SECTION 30 OF 
THE PLANNING ACT 

1. A contravention before the 19th day of March, 
1973 of section 29 of The Planning Act, being chapter 
349 of the Revised Statutes of Ontario, 1970 or a pre- 
decessor thereof, or of a by-law passed under a pre- 
decessor of the said section, or of an Order made under 
clause 27 (1) (b), as it existed on the 25th day of June, 
1970, of The Planning Act, being chapter 296 of the 
Revised Statutes of Ontario, 1960 or a predecessor 
thereof, does not have and shall be deemed never to 
have had the effect of preventing the conveyance or 
creation of any interest in the following parcel of land: 

That parcel of land situate in the Township of 
Dack in the Territorial District of Timiskaming, 
being Parcel 17567, South Section Timiskaming, in 
the Land Registry Office for the Land Titles Divi- 
sion of Timiskaming (No. 54). O. Reg. 143/83, 
s. 1. 

L. J. FlNCHAM 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

and Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 1st day of March, 1983. 

(2349) 13 



INFLATION RESTRAINT ACT, 1982 

O. Reg. 144/83. 

General. 

Made— March 11th, 1983. 

Filed— March 11th, 1983. 






REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 819/82 

MADE UNDER THE 

INFLATION RESTRAINT ACT, 1982 

Clause 1 (e) of Ontario Regulation 819/82, as 
amended by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
844/82 , is further amended by adding at the end 
thereof: 

or to the compensation plan of a person 
employed in or by a home or joint home 
established or maintained under the Homes 
for the Aged and Rest Homes Act or a home 
for the aged that is an approved institu- 
tion under the Charitable Institutions Act. 
O. Reg. 819/82, s. 1; O. Reg. 844/82, s. 1; 
O. Reg. 144/83, s. 1. 



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2. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come 
into force on the 21st day of September, 1982. 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 145/83 1445 
(a) request a meeting with the Director; 



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CHILDREN'S MENTAL HEALTH 
SERVICES ACT 

O. Reg. 145/83. 

General. 

Made— March 3rd, 1983. 

Filed— March 11th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 100 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

CHILDREN'S MENTAL HEALTH 

SERVICES ACT 

1. Section 10 of Regulation 100 of Revised Regu- 
lations of Ontario, 1980 is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor 

10. — (1) Every approved corporation shall annu- 
ally before a date fixed by a Director in each year 
prepare and submit to a Director on a form provided 
by a Director a service plan that includes an estimate 
of operating costs and revenue for the next fiscal year 
for the approved centres maintained and operated by it 
and such service plan shall be subject to the approval 
of the Director. 

(2) An approved corporation may at any time 
within one year after the end of the corporation's fiscal 
year file with a Director an amendment to the service 
plan and such amendment shall be subject to the 
approval of the Director. 

(3) The service plan referred to in subsection (1) and 
the amendment referred to in subsection (2) shall be 
approved in writing by the approved corporation prior 
to submission to a Director. 

(4) The Director may approve the service plan or 
amendment thereto, as the case may be, as submitted 
under subsection (1) or (2) or he may vary the sen-ice 
plan and approve it as varied. 

(5) The Director may vary a service plan approved 
under subsection (4) at any time within one year after 
the end of the corporation's fiscal year and shall notify 
the approved corporation of the variance forthwith. 

(6) Where the Director proposes to refuse approval 
of a service plan or an amendment to a service plan or 
proposes to vary a service plan, the Director shall give 
notice of his intention to the approved corporation 
forthwith. 

(7) Where an approved corporation receives a 
notice under subsection (6), the approved corporation 
may, within fifteen days of receipt of the notice, 



(b) request that the Director accept written sub- 
missions from the approved corporation; or 

(c) request both a meeting and the acceptance of 
written submissions from the approved cor- 
poration, 

provided that the meeting shall be held and the written 
submissions shall be filed no later than thirty days 
after receipt of the request by the Director unless 
otherwise agreed by the Director and the approved 
corporation. 

(8) The Director shall consider the presentation 
made by the approved corporation during the meeting, 
its written submissions, or both, and his decision with 
respect to the service plan shall be final. 

(9) Where an approved corporation has received a 
notice under subsection (6) and does not make a 
request under subsection (7), the Director's proposal 
with respect to the service plan shall be final. 

(10) An amount paid to an approved corporation for 
the operation of an approved centre may be paid in 
monthly instalments in amounts determined b>' a 
Director and may be paid in advance provided that the 
total amount payable under this section shall not 
exceed the total amount specified in the service plan as 
approved by the Director. 

(11) All monies paid to an approved corporation 
under subsection (10) shall be expended only in 
accordance with the service plan as approved by a 
Director. O. Reg. 145/83, s. 1. 

2. Section 17 of the said Regulation, as remade by 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 816/81, is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor 

17. Every approved corporation that receives a 
payment of provincial aid in respect of furnishings and 
equipment shall, 

(a) keep and maintain a current inventory of all 
furnishings and equipment acquired by the 
approved corporation and the inventory shall 
set forth each addition to or removal from 
inventory and the reasons therefor and shall 
be prepared in such manner and contain such 
additional information as a Director may 
require; and 

(b) obtain the approval of a Director prior to 
the sale, destruction or other disposition of 
any such item of furnishings or equipment. 
O. Reg. 145/83, s. 2. 

3. This Regulation comes into force on the 1st day 
of April, 1983. 



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INDEX 13 

GOVERNMENT NOTICES 

Appointments 1337 

Ontario Highway Transport Board Act 1339 

Certificates of Incorporation 1355 

Certificate of Incorporation Issued 1366 

Letters Patent of Incorporation Issued 1366 

Certificates of Amalgamation 1367 

Certificates of Continuation 1368 

Transfer of Ontario Corporations 1368 

Amendments to Articles 1368 

Supplementary Letters Patent Issued 1371 

Orders Reviving Corporations 1372 

Orders Reviving Corporate Powers 1372 

Extra-Provincial Licences Issued 1372 

Cancellation of Extra-Provincial Licences 1373 

Certificates of Dissolution 1373 

Cancellation of Certificates of Incorporation (Corporations Tax Act Defaulters) 1374 

Credit Unions Amalgamated 1381 

Credit Unions Dissolved 1382 

Erratum 1382 

The Compulsory Autombile Insurance Act, 1979 1382 

Loan and Trust Corporations Act 1382 

Management Board Orders 1383 

The Ontario Code for the Head Protection of Fire Fighters : 1384 

Applications to Parliament — Private Bills 1400 

Petitions to Parliament 1402 

Applications to Parliament 1403 

CORPORATION NOTICES 1404 

CHANGE OF NAME ACT 1406 

MISCELLANEOUS NOTICES 1407 

SHERIFFS' SALES OF LANDS 1408 

PUBLICATIONS UNDER THE REGULATIONS ACT 

Children's Mental Health Services Act O. Reg. 145/83 1445 

Farm Income Stabilization Act O. Reg. 132/83 1420 

Fuel Tax Act, 1981 O. Reg. 140/83 1435 

Game and Fish Act O. Reg. 127/83 1413 

Game and Fish Act O. Reg. 128/83 1419 

Game and Fish Act O. Reg. 129/83 1419 

Game and Fish Act O. Reg. 130/83 1419 

Game and Fish Act O. Reg. 137/83 1422 

Game and Fish Act O. Reg. 138/83 1424 

Health Insurance Act O. Reg. 122/83 141 1 

Highway Traffic Act O. Reg. 123/83 1411 

Highway Traffic Act O. Reg. 124/83 1411 

Highway Traffic Act O. Reg. 131/83 1419 

Inflation Restraint Act, 1982 O. Reg. 144/83 1444 

Judicature Act O. Reg. 141/83 1437 

Occupational Health and Safety Act O. Reg. 125/83 1412 

Parkway Belt Planning and Development Act O. Reg. 133/83 1420 

Parkway Belt Planning and Development Act O. Reg. 134/83 1421 

Parkway Belt Planning and Development Act O. Reg. 135/83 1421 

Parkway Belt Planning and Development Act O. Reg. 136/83 1422 

Planning Act O. Reg. 139/83 1435 

Planning Act O. Reg. 143/83 1444 

Provincial Offences Act O. Reg. 142/83 1438 

Retail Sales Tax Act O. Reg. 126/83 1412 



O. Reg. 146/83 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 148/83 1501 



Publications Under The Regulations Act 



April 2nd, 1983 



GAME AND FISH ACT 

O. Reg. 146/83. 
Open Seasons — 

Fur-Bearing Animals. 
Made— March 11th, 1983. 
Filed— March 14th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 427 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

GAME AND FISH ACT 

1. — (1) Subsection 1 (1) of Regulation 427 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is 
amended by striking out "skunk" in the first 
line. 

(2) Subsection 1 (2) of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(2) Skunk, wolf and the hybrid of Canis Lupus L. 
and Canis latrans Say may be hunted or trapped, and 
the pelts thereof may be possessed, in any part of 
Ontario from the 1st day of October in any year to the 
30th day of September in the year next following, both 
inclusive. O. Reg. 146/83, s. 1 (2). 

Alan W. Pope 
Minister of Xatural Resources 

Dated at Toronto, this 11th day of March, 1983. 

(2378) 14 



PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 147/83. 

Delegation of Authority of Minister under 

Section 53 of the Act — 

Condominium Plans. 
Made— March 11th, 1983. 
Filed— March 15th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 891/80 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT 

1. Section 1 of Ontario Regulation 891/80 is 
amended by adding thereto the following para- 
graph: 



10. The Regional Municipality of York. 

2. Clause 2 (a) of the said Regulation is amended 
by adding thereto the following paragraph: 

(iii) the 1st day of April, 1983 with respect 
to lands in The Regional Municipality- 
of York. 

3. This Order comes into force on the 1st day of 
April, 1983. 

Claude Bennett 

Minister of Municipal Affairs 

and Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 11th day of March, 1983. 

(2379) 14 



ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 148/83. 

Exemption — Ministry of Transportation 

and Communications — MTC-51. 
Made — March 3rd, 1983. 
Approved — March 3rd, 1983. 
Filed— March 15th, 1983. 



ORDER MADE UNDER THE 
ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

EXEMPTION— MINISTRY OF 

TRANSPORTATION AND 
COMMUNICATIONS— MTC-5 1 

Having received a request from the Ministry of Trans- 
portation and Communications that an undertaking, 
namely: 

The activities of: 

(a) acquiring property for, designing and 
implementing transit facilities on an align- 
ment from Highway 6 in the City of Bur- 
lington in the west, to Walkers Line in the 
east, in a corridor south of a line 500 m north 
of the more northerly of the QEW and 
Highway 403 and north of a line 500 m south 
of the Toronto-Hamilton CNR main line, 

(ft) acquiring property for, designing and 
implementing transit facilities on an align- 
ment from Walkers Line in the City of Bur- 
lington in the west, to the eastern boundary 



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O. Reg. 148/83 



of the Town of Oakville in the east, in a cor- 
ridor south of the QEW and north of a line 
500 m south of the Toronto-Hamilton CNR 
main line, 

(c) acquiring property for, designing and 
implementing transit facilities on an align- 
ment from Petticoat Creek in the Town of 
Pickering in the west to Thornton Road in 
the City of Oshawa in the east, in a corridor 
south of a line 500 m north of Highway 401 
and north of a line 500 m south of the 
Toronto-Montreal CNR main line, 

(d) upgrading existing transit facilities on exist- 
ing rights-of-way between the GO Transit 
Stations of Oakville and Pickering, and 

(c) developing and implementing the transit 
technology for the Inter-Regional Rapid 
Transit System as per the Provincial initia- 
tive announced in October, 1982, 

be exempt from the application of the Act pursuant 
to section 29; and 



Having been advised by the Minister of Transpor- 
tation and Communications that if the undertaking is 
subject to the application of the Act, the following 
injury, damage or interference with the persons and 
property indicated will occur: 

A. The residents of the areas to be served by the 
undertaking would be interfered with by the 
time required to properly plan the undertak- 
ing under the Act. 

B. The estimated cost of the Inter- Regional 
Rapid Transit System, 4.69 billion 1983 dol- 
lars ($4,690,000,000.) would be unduly 
increased by the cost of obtaining an approv- 
al under the Act. 

C. Employment opportunities which will arise 
out of the construction of the undertaking 
and the provision of equipment for it, would 
be delayed by obtaining approval, thus 
resulting in harm to unemployed residents of 
Ontario. 

D. Landowners who wish to have their lands 
developed and who are awaiting the provi- 
sion of such facilities as will form part of the 
undertaking to make such development 
economic, would be faced with delays in the 
economic development of their lands if an 
approval had to be obtained under the Act. 

Having weighed such injury, damage, or interfer- 
ence against the betterment of the people of the whole 
or any part of Ontario by the protection, conservation 
and wise management in Ontario of the environment 
which would result from the undertaking being subject 
to the application of the Act; 



The undersigned, in accordance with the advice 
received from the Minister of Transportation and 
Communications, is of the opinion that it is in the 
public interest to order and orders that the undertak- 
ing is exempt from the application of the Act for the 
following reasons: 

A. The undertaking is located largely within or 
adjacent to existing highway or railway 
transportation corridors. 

B. The undertaking might provide needed 
transportation facilities and employment 
opportunities in accordance with good plan- 
ning principles. 

C. The undertaking may demonstrate the use of 
innovative transportation facilities. 

D. The Ministry of Transportation and Com- 
munications is unable to prepare an 
environmental assessment in sufficient time 
to obtain an approval by the date it requires 
in order that construction can begin in 1984. 

E. The exemption may eliminate the delay 
which would be entailed in the Ministry of 
Transportation and Communications mak- 
ing a choice of modes of transport in the cor- 
ridors described in paragraphs (a) to (c) 
above or elsewhere in the areas where the 
technology referred to in paragraph (e) may 
be used, if it were necessary to document the 
reasons for such choice in an environmental 
assessment. 

This exemption is subject to the following terms and 
conditions: 

1. This order does not apply to any activity 
referred to in clause a in the description of the 
undertaking after January 1, 1985, unless 
construction of that part of the undertaking 
has been commenced prior to that date. 

2. This order does not apply to any activity- 
referred to in clause b in the description of 
the undertaking after January 1, 1985, unless 
construction of that part of the undertaking 
has been commenced prior to that date. 

3. This order does not apply to any activity 
referred to in clause c in the description of 
the undertaking after January 1, 1985, unless 
construction of that part of the undertaking 
has been commenced prior to that date. 

4. Prior to carrying out any construction activ- 
ity referred to in paragraphs (a) and (b) or (c) 
or (d), pursuant to this exemption order, an 
Environmental Status Statement covering 
the planning, design and construction of the 
works proposed to be located in the corridors 
described in paragraphs (a) and (6) or (c) or 
(d), as the case may be, shall be prepared. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 149/83 1503 



The statement, shall be filed at least 30 days prior 
to the commencement of construction by the 
Minister of Transportation and Communications 
with the Director of the Environmental Assess- 
ment Branch of the MOE for placing in the public 
record. 

5. Paragraph (e) of the description of the 
undertaking does not permit the construction 
of facilities using the new technology referred 
to in paragraph (e) except for test purposes 
and along the corridors described in para- 
graphs (a) to (c). 

6. This order does not apply with respect to any 
activity which is approved under the Act. 
O. Reg. 148/83. 

K. C. Norton 
Minister of the Environment 

Dated this 3rd day of March, 1983. 

(2380) 14 

OFFICIAL NOTICES PUBLICATION ACT 

O. Reg. 149/83. 

Rates. 

Made— March 16th, 1983. 

Filed— March 17th, 1983. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 

OFFICIAL NOTICES PUBLICATION 

ACT 

RATES 

1. — (1) The rates payable for publication of matters 
in The Ontario Gazette are, 

(a) on the first insertion, for a double-column 
insertion of, 

(i) a notice of the sale of land for arrears 
of taxes, S6.55, plus $3.95 for each six 
millimetres of columnar space or 
fraction thereof for a list of land liable 
to be sold for arrears of taxes, and 

(ii) all other matter where the matter does 
not exceed twenty-five millimetres of 
columnar space, $15.75, and where 
the matter exceeds tweny-five mil- 
limetres of columnar space, $15.75 
plus $3.95 for each six millimetres or 
fraction thereof of columnar space in 
excess of twenty-five millimetres; 

(b) on each additional insertion of a matter refer- 
red to in clause (a), one-half of the rate pay- 
able under subclause (a) (i) or (ii), as the case 
may be; 



(c) on the first insertion, for a single-column 
insertion of all other matter, 

(i) where the matter does not exceed 
twenty-five millimetres of columnar 
space. $7.90, and 

(ii) where the matter exceeds twenty-five 
millimetres of columnar space, $7.90 
plus $2.00 for each six millimetres or 
fraction thereof of columnar space in 
excess of twenty-five millimetres; and 

(d) on each additional insertion of a matter refer- 
red to in clause (c), one-half of the rate pay- 
able under subclause (c) (i) or (ii), as the case 
may be. 

(2) The rates in subsection (1) shall be paid as fol- 
lows: 

1. Upon submitting the copy of a matter for 
publication, 

(i) $6.55 for the first insertion of a matter 
referred to in subclause (1) (a) (i), 

(ii) $15.75 for the first insertion of a mat- 
ter referred to in subclause (1) (a) (ii), 
and 

(iii) $7.90 for the first insertion of a matter 
referred to in clause (1) (c). 

2 . The balance upon receipt of an account from 
the Queen's Printer. O. Reg. 149/83, s. 1. 

2. — (1) The rates payable for copies of The Ontario 
Gazette are, 

(a) by subscribers for a subscription of fifty-two 
weekly issues, $47.25; and 

(b) by others for a single copy, $1.05. 

(2) The rates in subsection (1) shall be paid in 
advance. O. Reg. 149/83, s. 2. 

REFUNDS 

3. — (1) Every person who makes a payment in 
advance for a first insertion or an additional insertion 
is entitled to a refund if, 

(a) the actual cost of the first insertion or addi- 
tional insertion is less than the amount pre- 
paid; or 

(b) the request for publication of a matter in 
The Ontario Gazette is withdrawn before the 
weekly issue in which the matter would have 
been published is sent to press. 

(2) Every person who has paid a fee for a sub- 
scription of fifty-two weekly issues of The Ontario 



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O. Reg. 151/83 



Gazette is entitled, on giving written notice, to have 
the subscription cancelled and to receive a refund 
equal to the difference between the fee paid for a sub- 
scription of fifty-two weekly issues and the aggregate 
cost of the weekly issues received by the subscriber 
before cancellation, calculated at the single issue price. 

(3) No refund will be made where the amount 
refundable under subsection (1) or (2) would be less 
than $5. O. Reg. 149/83, s. 3. 

4. Regulation 695 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980, Ontario Regulation 97/81 and Ontario 
Regulation 190/82, are revoked. O. Reg. 149/83, 
s. 4. 



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14 



GAME AND FISH ACT 

O. Reg. 150/83. 
Open Seasons — 

Rabbits and Squirrels. 
Made— March 11th, 1983. 
Filed— March 17th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 421/81 

MADE UNDER THE 

GAME AND FISH ACT 

1. Column 2 of item 7 of Schedule 1 to Ontario 
Regulation 421/81, as remade by section 6 of 
Ontario Regulation 171/82, is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 

From the 1st day of January to the last day of 
February in any year. 

Alan W. Pope 
Minister of Natural Resources 

Dated at Toronto, this 11th day of March, 1983. 



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14 



LIQUOR LICENCE ACT 

O. Reg. 151/83. 

Possession of Liquor in Provincial Parks 
and in Parks Managed or Controlled 
by The St. Lawrence Parks Commis- 
sion and The Niagara Parks Commis- 
sion. 

Made— March 16th, 1983. 

Filed— March 18th, 1983. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
LIQUOR LICENCE ACT 

POSSESSION OF LIQUOR IN PROVINCIAL 

PARKS AND IN PARKS MANAGED OR 

CONTROLLED BY THE ST. LAWRENCE 

PARKS COMMISSION AND THE NIAGARA 

PARKS COMMISSION 

1. In this Regulation, 

(fl) "interior camp-site" means a parcel of land in 
an area operated by the superintendent for 
the purpose of interior camping; 

(b) "package" means a container, bottle, vessel, 
carton or other receptacle for holding liquor 
or bottles of liquor; 

(c) "superintendent" means a person who is 
designated by the Minister of Natural 
Resources as a superintendent to have charge 
of a provincial park. O. Reg. 151/83, s. 1. 

2. — (1) Notwithstanding section 45 (3) of the Act, 
except as expressly provided in this Regulation, no 
person shall, from and including the 12th day of May, 
1983 to and including the 23rd day of May, 1983, have 
or keep in his possession or custody liquor or any 
package containing liquor in, 

(a) Balsam Lake Provincial Park; 

(b) Bass Lake Provincial Park; 

(c) Darlington Provincial Park; 

(d) Earl Rowe Provincial Park; 

(e) Emily Provincial Park; 

(/) McRae Point Provincial Park; 

(g) Sibbald Point Provincial Park; 

(h) Six Mile Lake Provincial Park. 

(2) Notwithstanding section 45 (3) of the Act, except 
as expressly provided in this Regulation, no person 
shall, from and including the 12th day of May, 1983 to 
and including the 29th day of May, 1983, have or keep 
in his possession or custody liquor or any package 
containing liquor in, 

(a) Arrowhead Provincial Park; 

(b) Bon Echo Provincial Park; 

(c) Ferris Provincial Park; 
(c0 Fitzroy Provincial Park; 

(e) Killbear Provincial Park; 



(/) Presqu'ile Provincial Park; 



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(g) Rideau River Provincial Park; 
(h) Silver Lake Provincial Park. 

(3) Notwithstanding section 45 (3) of the Act, except 
as expressly provided in this Regulation, no person 
shall, from and including the 12th day of May, 1983 to 
and including the 12th day of June, 1983, have or keep 
in his possession or custody liquor or any package 
containing liquor in Sandbanks Provincial Park. 

(4) Notwithstanding subsections (1), (2) and (3), 
where a person is otherwise lawfully in possession of 
liquor, the person may have or keep in his possession 
liquor in a provincial park referred to in the said sub- 
sections, 

(a) on premises occupied under a lease, licence of 
occupation or land use permit; 

(b) on premises occupied under clause 7 (3) (e) of 
the Provincial Parks Act; 

(c) on an interior camp-site; 

(d) where the person is earning or conveying it 
from outside of the provincial park to any of 
the premises enumerated in clause (a), (b) or 
(c) that are to be occupied by that person 
or from those premises to the entrance of 
the provincial park, as the case may be. 
O. Reg. 151/83, s. 2. 

3. Notwithstanding section 45 (3) of the Act, no 
person shall, from and including the 14th day of May, 
1983 to and including the 25th day of June, 1983, have 
or keep in his possession or custody liquor or any 
package containing liquor in Charles Daley Park man- 
aged and controlled by The Niagara Parks Com- 
mission. O. Reg. 151/83, s. 3. 

4. Notwithstanding subsection 45 (3) of the Act, no 
person shall, from and including the 6th day of May, 
1983 to and including the 30th day of May, 1983, have 
or keep in his possession or custody liquor or any 
package containing liquor in the following parks man- 
aged and controlled by The St. Lawrence Parks 
Commission: 

1. Charlottenburgh Park. 

2. Farran Park. 

3. Glengarry Park. 

4. McLaren Park. 



5. Mille Roches Park. 

6. Morrison and Nairne Islands. 

7. Raisin River Park. 

8. Riverside-Cedar Park. 

9. Woodlands Park. O. Reg. 151/83, s. 4. 

5. Ontario Regulation 148/82 is revoked. O. Reg. 
151/83, s. 5. 



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14 



MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT 
CLAIMS ACT 

O. Reg. 152/83. 
Designated Insurers. 
Made— March 16th, 1983. 
Filed— March 18th, 1983. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 

MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT 

CLAIMS ACT 

DESIGNATED INSURERS 

1. Pitts Insurance Company is named as a desig- 
nated insurance company for the purposes of the 
Act. O. Reg. 152/83, s. 1. 



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14 



RESIDENTIAL TENANCIES ACT 

O. Reg. 153/83. 
Fees and Forms. 
Made— March 16th, 1983. 
Filed— March 18th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 901 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

RESIDENTIAL TENANCIES ACT 

1. Form 2 of Regulation 901 of Revised Regula- 
tions of Ontario, 1980 is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 



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O. Reg. 153/83 



Landlord's Application 
for Rent Review 

(Section 126) 



To 



Residential 

Tenancy 

Commission 



Form 2 

Residential Tenancies Act 



Landlord, please see instructions on reverse for completing this form 



Please print or type 



This is an application to the Commission for rent 
residential complex known as: 


ncrease(s) in the 


Name of Residential Complex 




Address 


Name of Lanoioia 




Postal Code 




Lot & Plan No or Parcel No Municipality 




Name ol Landlords Agent (it any) 


Address 


Address 






Telephone 


Postal Code 


Telephone 


Postal Code 



Effective date of the first increase proposed in this application: 
Day Month/ Year 



Total number of rental units in the residential complex: 



Proposed Rent Increase Summary. 

Total present monthly rent: 
Total proposed monthly rent: 


Basic 
Sent 


Separate Cnarqes 


Total 
Sent 


Parking 


Other 


















Proposed rent increase percentage: 






Reasons for proposed increase! sj 



A detailed list showing the rent proposed for each rental unit Q is attached — or a is available for examination 

a ' — between the hours of and and has been filed with the Commission 



Signature ol Landlord or Ageni (Delete whichever is mapplicaolo) 



13002 



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1507 



PROVINCIAL PARKS ACT 

O. Reg. 154/83. 
Designation of Parks. 
Made— March 16th, 1983. 
Filed— March 18th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 821 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

PROVINCIAL PARKS ACT 

1 . Schedules 3 and 7 of Appendix A to Regulation 
82 1 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 are 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

Schedule 3 

LAKE SUPERIOR PROVINCIAL PARK 

In the Territorial District of Algoma containing an 
area of 601 square miles, more or less, described as 
follows: 

Beginning at the southeasterly corner of the geog- 
raphic Township of Labonte; thence northerly along 
the easterly boundary of that geographic township to 
the southerly limit of the right of way of the Algoma 
Central Railway; thence in a general westerly, north- 
westerly, and easterly direction along the southerly, 
westerly and northerly limits of that right of way to the 
intersection of the northerly limit of that right of way 
with the easterly boundary of the geographic 
Township of Labonte; thence northerly along that 
easterly boundary to the northeasterly corner of that 
geographic township; thence westerly along the north- 
erly boundary of that geographic township to the 
southeasterly corner of the geographic Township of 
Goodwillie; thence northerly along the easterly bound- 
aries of the geographic townships of Goodwillie and 
Broome to the southwesterly corner of the geographic 
Township of Barnes; thence easterly along the south- 
erly boundary of that geographic township to its inter- 
section with the westerly limit of the right of way of the 
Algoma Central Railway; thence in a general northerly 
direction along the westerly limit of that right of way 
to its intersection with the northerly boundary of the 
geographic Township of Stoney; thence westerly along 
the northerly boundary of the geographic townships of 
Stoney and Stone, to the southeasterly corner of the 
geographic Township of Peterson; thence northerly 
along the easterly boundary of that geographic 
township to the northerly boundary thereof; thence 
westerly along that northerly boundary to the south- 
easterly corner of the geographic Township of Rabazo; 
thence northerly along the easterly boundary- of that 
geographic township 3.5 miles; thence west astronomi- 
cally to a point in Lake Superior distant one mile 
measured northwesterly from and perpendicularly to 
the high-water mark of Lake Superior; thence in a 
southwesterly and southeasterly direction parallel to 
that high-water mark and one mile in perpendicular 

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distance therefrom to the westerly production of the 
northerly limit of Mining Claim SSM 3964; thence 
easterly along that production and the northerly limit 
of that mining claim to the northeasterly corner there- 
of; thence southerly along the easterly limit of that 
mining claim to the northerly limit of Mining Claim 
SSM 3963; thence easterly along that northerly limit to 
the northeasterly corner of that mining claim; thence 
southerly along the easterly limit of that mining claim 
to the southerly limit of the geographic Township of 
Labonte; thence easterly along that southerly bound- 
ary to a line drawn parallel to and distant 500 feet in 
perpendicular distance measured westerly from the 
westerly limit of that part of the King's Highway 
known as No. 17; thence southerly along that parallel 
line to a line drawn west astronomically from the east- 
erly boundary of the geographic Township of Peever, 
distant 1577. 1 feet measured northerly along that east- 
erly boundary from the three mile post planted there- 
on; thence west astronomically to the easterly bound- 
ary of that geographic township; thence northerly 
along that easterly boundary to the northerly boundary 
of that geographic township; thence westerly along 
that northerly boundary to the place of beginning. 

Together with all the Crown islands lying within six 
miles of the high-water mark of Lake Superior in front 
of the above described lands. 



Excepting thereout and therefrom, 

(a) lands patented before the 15th day of 
November, 1949; and 

{b) that part of the King's Highway known as 
No. 17 passing through the above described 
lands. O. Reg. 154/83, s. 1, part. 



Schedule 7 

RONDEAU PROVINCIAL PARK 

In the Township of Harwich in the County of Kent 
containing an area of 4816 hectares, more or less, 
described as follows: 

Premising that the bearings hereinafter mentioned 
are astronomical: 

Beginning at the northwesterly corner of Lot 2 
according to plan of survey of the tract of land known 
as the Rondeau Peninsula or Point aux Pins dated 
September 8th, 1864, prepared by Henry Lawe, Pro- 
vincial Land Surveyor, of record in the Ministry of 
Natural Resources at Toronto; thence westerly along 
the westerly production of the northerly limit of that 
lot to the water's edge of Rondeau Harbour; thence in 
a general northerly, westerly, southwesterly, south- 
erly, and easterly direction following the water's edge 
on the easterly, northerly, westerly and southerly 
shores of that harbour to the intersection with the 
northerly production of the westerly limit of Lot 104 
according to a plan registered in the Land Registry 



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Office for the Registry Division of Kent (No. 24) as 
No. 314; thence northerly along that production to a 
point distant 88.392 metres measured northerly there- 
on from the southwesterly corner of that lot; thence 
easterly parallel to the northerly limit of Bayview Alley 
according to that plan 45.72 metres, more or less, to 
the intersection with the production northerly of the 
easterly limit of Lot 100 according to that plan; thence 
southerly along that production to the water's edge of 
Rondeau Harbour; thence in a general southeasterly, 
southerly and southeasterly direction following the 
said water's edge to the intersection with the west limit 
of Water Lot Location HHT 17; thence north 
0° 19' 30" west along the west limit of Water Lot 
Location HHT 17, 8 metres, more or less, to the 
northwest corner thereof; thence south 86° 02' east 
along the north limit of Water Lot Location HHT 17, 
24.384 metres, to the northeast corner thereof; thence 
south 0° 19' 30" east along the east limit of Water Lot 
Location HHT 17, 26 metres, more or less, to the 
water's edge of Rondeau Harbour; thence in a general 
easterly direction along that water's edge to the most 
northerly extremity of Posts Point; thence south 
74° 50' east 528 metres, more or less, to the inter- 
section with a line drawn on a course of north 0° 04' 
west from the westerly corner of the northerly extrem- 
ity of the westerly retaining wall of the harbour chan- 
nel; thence south 0° 40' east 78.852 metres; thence 
south 77° 06' 55" east, 67.666 metres; thence south 
12° 53' 05" east 67.64 metres; thence north 77° 06' 55" 
west 27.371 metres; thence south 0° 40' east 89.184 
metres; thence south 12° 45' 35" west 89.916 metres; 
thence south 77° 14' 25" east 30.480 metres; thence 
north 12° 45' 35" east 243.840 metres; thence south 
77° 14' 25" east 213.360 metres; thence south 
12° 45' 35" west 198 metres, more or less, to the 
water's edge of Rondeau Harbour; thence in a general 
northeasterly direction along that water's edge to the 
northerly limit of the Lighthouse Reserve; thence east- 
erly along that northerly limit 166 metres, more or less, 
to the northeasterly corner of the Lighthouse Reserve; 
thence southerly along the easterly limit of the Light- 
house Reserve and its southerly production to a point 
distant 152.4 metres measured southerly from and 
perpendicularly to the water's edge of Lake Erie; 
thence in a general easterly, northeasterly and north- 
erly direction parallel to that water's edge and 152.4 
metres in perpendicular distance therefrom to the east- 
erly production of the northerly limit of Lot 2 as shown 
on the said plan of survey of the tract of land known as 
the Rondeau Peninsula or Point aux Pins; thence west- 
erly along that production and the northerly limit of 
that lot to the place of beginning. O. Reg. 154/83, s. 
1, part. 

2. Schedules 16, 38 and 102 of Appendix B to the 
said Regulation are revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 

Schedule 16 

SERPENT MOUNDS PROVINCIAL PARK 

In the Township of Otonabee in the County of 
Peterborough described as follows: 



1 . That parcel or tract of land and land under water 
containing 56 hectares, more or less, being composed 
of Lot 7, Concession VII, in the said township, and 
part of the bed of Rice Lake, more particularly 
described as follows: 

Premising that the southeasterly limit of the west 
half of Lot 8, Concession VII, has an astronomic 
bearing of north 72° 15' east and relating all bearings 
hereinafter mentioned thereto; 

Beginning at the southeasterly corner of the west 
half of the said Lot 8; thence north 19° 26' west along 
the northeasterly limit of the said lot, 12.695 metres to 
the southwesterly corner of the east half of the said lot; 
thence north 17° 39' east along the southeasterly limit 
of the east half of the said lot, 221.035 metres; thence 
north 70° 47' east along the said southeasterly limit 
and its production to a point distant 152.4 metres 
measured southeasterly from and perpendicularly to 
the water's edge of Rice Lake; thence in a general 
southwesterly, westerly and northwesterly direction 
parallel to that water's edge and 152.4 metres in per- 
pendicular distance therefrom to the intersection with 
the southwesterly production of the southeasterly limit 
of the west half of the said Lot 8; thence north 72° 15' 
east along the said southwesterly production and the 
said southeasterly limit to the place of beginning. 

2. That parcel or tract of land containing 79.116 
hectares, more or less, being composed of Harris 
Island lying opposite concessions VII and VIII in the 
Township of Otonabee, as shown on a plan of Rice 
Lake showing islands as surveyed A. P. Salter, P.L.S., 
of record in the Department of Energy, Mines and 
Resources at Ottawa. O. Reg. 154/83, s. 2, part. 



Schedule 38 

MARTEN RIVER PROVINCIAL PARK 

In the geographic Township of Sisk in the Territori- 
al District of Nipissing and described as follows: 

Beginning at a point on the southerly boundary of 
the geographic Township of Sisk distant 304.8 metres 
measured westerly thereon from the high-water mark 
on the easterly shore of Marten Lake; thence north 
34° 00' east 1341.12 metres; thence north 78° 00' east 
152.4 metres; thence south 66° 00' 221 metres, more or 
less, to the westerly limit of the right of way to the 
King's Highway known as No. 11; thence northerly 
along the westerly limit of the said right of way to the 
intersection with the southeasterly limit of Summer 
Resort Location EM. 8; thence south 62° 35' west 
along the said southeasterly limit and its production 
southwesterly 295 metres, more or less, to the inter- 
section with the middle thread of the northerly arm of 
Marten Lake; thence in a general westerly direction 
following the said middle thread to the easterly 
extremity of the middle thread of Marten River; thence 
in a general westerly direction following the middle 
thread of Marten River to the intersection with the 



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1509 



easterly limit of the right of way of the King's Highway 
known as Xo. 64; thence southerly along the easterly 
limit of the said right of way to the intersection with 
the easterly limit of a travelled road known as Old 
Ferguson Highway, the said intersection King 
between points on the said right of way referenced by 
survey monuments numbered 64 and 66 on Ministry of 
Transportation and Communications plan P-3457 
deposited in the office of the Ministry of Natural 
Resources at Toronto; thence southerly along the east- 
erly limit of the Old Ferguson Road 427 metres, more 
or less, to the middle thread of an unnamed creek 
flowing into Marten River; thence in a general south- 
easterly direction following the said middle thread to 
the outlet into Marten Lake; thence easterly in a 
straight line 722 metres, more or less, to the point of 
beginning. O. Reg. 154/83, s. 2, part. 



Schedule 102 



FATHOM FIVE PRO VINCIAL PARK 

In the Township of St. Edmunds in the County of 
Bruce containing an area of 9976.105 hectares, more 
or less, described as follows: 

Beginning at the most westerly point in the water's 
edge of Lake Huron along the shore of Cape Hurd in 
Lot 60, Concession VI, in the said Township of St. 
Edmunds; thence northwesterly in a straight line to a 
point which is distant 91.44 metres measured south- 
westerly from the most westerly point in the water's 
edge on the shore of Gat Point on Cove Island and 
perpendicularly to the said line; thence continuing 
northwesterly on the production of the said straight 
line to the intersection with a line which is located 
northwesterly of and parallel to and 91.44 metres in 
perpendicular distance from a line joining the most 
northerly point in the water's edge on the shore of said 
Gat Point with the most northerly point in the water's 
edge on the shore of Gig Point on Cove Island; thence 
northeasterly along the said intersected line to the 
intersection with a line which is located northerly of 
and parallel to and 91.44 metres in perpendicular dis- 
tance from a line joining the most northeasterly point 
in the water's edge on the shore of said Gig Point with 
the most northerly point in the water's edge on the 
shore of Bears Rump Island; thence easterly along the 
said intersected line to the intersection with a line 
drawn in a northeasterly direction from survey station 
number 17 on Farm Lot 9, East of Bury Road, Town 
Plot of Bury, as shown on plan and field notes of 
Lake Huron Shore Survey signed by J.W. Tyrrell, 
O.L.S., dated February 28, 1939, of record in the 
Ministry of Natural Resources at Toronto, through a 
point which is distant 91.44 metres measured south- 
easterly from the most easterly point in the water's 
edge on the shore of Bears Rump Island and perpen- 
dicularly to the said line; thence southwesterly along 
the said intersected line to the water's edge of Lake 
Huron; thence in a general northwesterly, westerly 
and southwesterly direction following the said water's 
edge to the most northerly corner of the unit of land 



composed of part of Farm Lot 8, East of Bun- Road, 
as shown on the Town Plot of Bury, designated as Part 
1 on Plan 3R-1329 deposited in the Land Registry 
Office for the Registry Division of Bruce (No. 3); 
thence south 49° 49' 35" west along the northwesterly 
limit of the said Part 1 a distance of 165 metres, more 
or less, to the most westerly corner thereof; thence 
south 40° 10' 25" east along the southwesterly limit of 
the said Part 1 a distance of 76.2 metres to the south- 
easterly limit of Farm Lot 8, East of Bury Road, as 
shown on the Town Plot of Bury; thence south 
49° 49' 35" west along the southeasterly limit of the 
said Farm Lot 8, a distance of 282.297 metres, to the 
most southerly comer thereof; thence north 40° 07' 
west along the northeasterly limit of Alexander Street a 
distance of 715.484 metres to a point; thence north 
40° 36' 40" west along the northeasterly limit of 
Alexander Street and its northerly production a dis- 
tance of 178.253 metres, to the northwesterly limit of 
Head Street; thence south 49° 22' 15" west along the 
northwesterly limit of Head Street a distance of 
107.119 metres to the intersection with the easterly 
limit of Parliament Street; thence north 12° 05' east 
along the said easterly limit a distance of 104.617 
metres; thence north 11° 54' 30" east along the said 
easterly limit a distance of 590. 1 1 7 metres to the south- 
erly limit of Elgin Street; thence north 83° 18' 35" east 
along the said southerly limit a distance of 103.093 
metres; thence north 6° 41' 25" west a distance of 
168.036 metres; thence north 83° 18' 35" east a dis- 
tance of 405.073 metres; thence south 50° 21' 55" east 
a distance of 356.165 metres; thence north 85° 29' 55" 
east a distance of 221.635 metres; thence north 
54° 42' 35" east a distance of 285.957 metres, more or 
less, to the water's edge of Georgian Bay; thence in a 
general northwesterly direction following the said 
water's edge to the most easterly corner of the unit of 
land designated as Part 9 on Plan 3R-460 deposited in 
the said Land Registry Office; thence south 54° 42 ' 35" 
west a distance of 280.416 metres, more or less, to a 
point distant 177.704 metres measured north 
85° 29' 55" east from the southwest corner of a unit of 
land designated as Part 1 on that Plan 3R-460; thence 
south 85° 29' 55" west a distance of 177.701 metres to 
the said southwest corner; thence north 14° 50' 20" 
east along the westerly limit of the said Part 1 to the 
water's edge of Lake Huron; thence in a general 
northwesterly, westerly and southwesterly direction 
following the said water's edge to the most easterly 
corner of Water Lot Location CL 2150; thence north 
34° 02 ' west along the northeasterly limit of Water Lot 
Location CL 2150 a distance of 12.933 metres, more or 
less, to the northeasterly corner thereof; thence south 
82° 08' west along the northerly limit of Water Lot 
Location CL 2150 a distance of 40.234 metres; thence 
south 13° 39' east along the westerly limit of Water Lot 
Location CL 2150 a distance of 45.69 metres; thence 
north 76° 25' 30" east along the southerly limit of 
Water Lot Location CL 2150 a distance of 5.486 
metres, more or less, to the water's edge of Lake 
Huron; thence in a general southwesterly direction 
following the said water's edge to the northeasterly 
corner of Water Lot Location DT 95; thence south 
83° 35' 20" west along the northerly limit of Water Lot 
Location DT 95 a distance of 35.607 metres, more or 



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O. Reg. 155/83 



less, to the northwesterly corner thereof; thence west- 
erly in a straight line to the southeasterly corner of 
Water Lot Location CL 2268; thence north 6° 58' 30" 
west along the easterly limit of Water Lot Location CL 
2268 a distance of 147. 133 metres; thence north 53° 34' 
west along the northeasterly limit of Water Lot Loca- 
tion LCL 2268 a distance of 184.206 metres; thence 
south 36° 26' west along the northwesterly limit of 
Water Lot Location CL 2268 a distance of 62.161 
metres; thence south 24° 17' 20" east along the west- 
erly limit of Water Lot Location CL 2268 a distance of 
54.864 metres, more or less, to the water's edge of 
Lake Huron; thence in a general westerly, northerly 
and easterly direction following the said water's edge 
to the northwesterly corner of Water Lot Location DT 
133; thence south 8° 21' 30" east along the westerly 
limit of Water Lot Location DT 133, a distance of 30 
metres, more or less, to the southwesterly corner 
thereof; thence north 81° 26' 15" east along the south- 
erly limit of Water Lot Location Dt 133 a distance of 
221.312 metres to the southeasterly corner thereof; 
thence north 8° 2 1 ' 30" west along the easterly limit of 
Water Lot Location DT 133 a distance of 30 metres, 
more or less, to the water's edge of Lake Huron; thence 
in a general easterly, northerly, westerly and south- 
westerly direction following the said water's edge to 
the place of beginning. 

Saving and excepting all the islands lying within the 
hereinbefore described boundary. O. Reg. 154/83, 
s. 2, part. 



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GAME AND FISH ACT 

O. Reg. 155/83. 
Hunting Licences. 
Made— March 16th, 1983. 
Filed— March 18th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 420 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 

MADE UNDER THE 

GAME AND FISH ACT 



1980 



1. Subsections 3 (3) and (4) of Regulation 420 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as 
remade by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 
502/81, are revoked. 

2. — (1) Clause 13 (2) (a) of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(a) from the 1st day of September to and 
including the 31st day of August next fol- 
lowing in that part of Ontario described in 
Schedule 1 and referred to as the Southern 
Region; and 

(2) Subsection 13 (4) of the said Regulation is 
revoked. 

3. Subsection 15 (4) of the said Regulation is 
revoked. 

4. Schedule 3 to the said Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
Schedule 3 



1511 



Column 
1 


Column 
2 


Column 
3 


Form 


Fee 


Issuing Fee 


1 


$13.50 


$ 1.50 


2 


9.50 


.50 


3 


18.50 


1.50 


4 


9.50 


.50 


5 


4.50 


.50 


6 


33.50 


1.50 


7 


78.50 


1.50 


8 


198.00 


2.00 


9 


23.50 


1.50 


10 


50.00 


NIL 


11 


.50 


.50 


13 


5.00 


NIL ' 


14 


4.50 


.50 


15 


5.00 


NIL 


16 


4.50 


.50 



O. Reg. 155/83, s. 4. 

5. Form 5 of the said Regulation, as remade by section 3 of Ontario Regulation 187/82, is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 



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1512 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Form 5 

Game and Fish Act 

LICENCE TO HUNT SMALL GAME IN 19 .... - 19.... 



O. Reg. 155/83 



Licence Serial Number 

Under the Game and Fish Act and the 



Licence fee S4.50 
Issuing fee $0.50 
Total fee S5.00 



regulations, and subject to the limitations 
thereof, this licence is issued to 

Licence issued to a: 

Last Name (print) (mark x ) , , Resident 

Mr. , , ,- _, , 1 ,- — -, , (where ) 



Mrs. 
Miss 



(applicable ) 



Non-Resident 



First Name (print) 



Middle 
Initial 



Date of Birth 



Year 



Month 



Day 



Street Address, Apt. No. P.O. Box 
or Rural Route* (print) 



Qualification Produced 



Postal Code or Zip Code Office use 

only 



Province, State or 
Country 



Serial No. 



of 

City, Town or Village (print) 



* If Rural Route, please complete: 



Lot: 



Concession: Township of: 



Year 



Height 

Weight 

Colour of Hair 
Colour of Eyes 



Issuer's Number 



(signature of issuer) 



(date) (signature of licensee) 
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O. Reg. 155/83 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 1513 

A) Who being a resident is entitled, 

(i) to hunt birds or animals other than bear, caribou, 
elk, moose, badger, beaver, bobcat, fisher, lynx, 
marten, mink, muskrat, otter, red squirrel or 
wolverine; and 

(ii) to hunt raccoon at night during the open season when 
authorized by a resident's tag to hunt raccoon at 
night . 

This licence is valid, 

(a) in the Northern Region, from the 1st day of 
September, 19.... to the 15th day of June, 
19 ; 

(b) in the Southern Region, from the 1st day of 
September, 19.... to the 31st day of August, 
19 

(B) Who being a non-resident is entitled, 

to hunt, during the opening season, only those birds or 

animals when and as authorized by a non-resident's small 

game tag or by a non-resident's tag to hunt game birds on 

a game bird hunting preserve during the validity of the 
taqs indicated on this licence. 



Affix 
Resident's tag to hunt raccoon at night here 



Non-resident's small game tag 
is valid 

(a) for hunting fox, game 
birds, rabbits, raccoon and 
squirrel other than red 
squirrel from the 1st day of 
September, 19.... to the last 
day of February, 19.... during 
the open season, 

(b) for hunting game birds on 
a game bird hunting preserve 
from the 1st day of September, 
19.... to the 31st day of 
August , 19. . . . 

(c) for hunting wolf from the 
1st day of September, 19.... 
to the 15th day of June; 

19 



Non-resident's tag to hunt 
game birds on a game bird 
hunting preserve is valid 
from the 1st day of 
September, 19.... , to 
the 31st day of August, 
19 



Affix 

Non-resident's small game tag 
here 



Affix 

Non-resident's tag to hunt 
game birds on a qame bird 
hunting preserve here 



O. Reg. 155/83, s. 5. 



6. Form 12 of the said Regulation is revoked. 
(2387) 



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1514 O. Reg. 156/83 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 157/83 



GAME AND FISH ACT 

O. Reg. 156/83. 
Navy Island Hunting Area. 
Made— March 16th, 1983. 
Filed— March 18th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 645/81 

MADE UNDER THE 

GAME AND FISH ACT 

1. Section 4 of Ontario Regulation 645/81 is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

4. The holder of a licence in Form 1 or 2 of Regula- 
tion 420 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 may 
hunt deer on any day from the first Monday in 
November to the fourth Saturday next following, both 
inclusive, in any year in the area described in the 
Schedule, if, 

(a) in the determination of the Ministry, there 
are sufficient harvestable quantities of deer 
for the purpose; 

(b) his name is drawn by lot in a draw adminis- 
tered by the Ministry; and 

(c) he affixes to his licence to hunt deer a tag 
supplied by the Ministry. O. Reg. 156/83, 
s. 1. 

2. Subsection 7 (1) of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(1) The holder of a licence in Form 1 or 2 of Regu- 
lation 420 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 that 
is valid for hunting deer in the area described in the 
Schedule shall complete the questionnaire provided 
with the tag referred to in clause 4 (c) and return the 
questionnaire to the office of the Ministry specified 
thereon within fourteen days after the end of the open 
season for deer in the area described in the 
Schedule. O. Reg. 156/83, s. 2. 



(2388) 



14 



LEGAL AID ACT 

O. Reg. 157/83. 

General. 

Made — March 2nd, 1983. 

Approved — March 16th, 1983. 

Filed— March 18th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 575 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

LEGAL AID ACT 



. Clause (b) of Note 2 of Schedule 2 to Regulation 
575 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as 
made by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 108/ 
83, is revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

(b) fourteen hours for indictable offences 
punishable by more than five years but not 
more than ten years; and 

!. — (1) The heading to item 3 of Schedule 3 to the 
said Regulation, as made by section 2 of 
Ontario Regulation 108/83, is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 



APPEALS OF INTERLOCUTORY MOTIONS 

(2) Clause (a) of item 3 of the said Schedule 3, 
as made by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 
108/83, is amended by adding at the end there- 
of "(see note 37)". 

(3) Clause (6) of item 3 of the said Schedule 3, 
as made by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 
108/83, is amended by adding at the end there- 
of "(see note 38)". 

(4) The heading to item 8 of the said Schedule 3, 
as made by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 
108/83, is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor: 



CONTESTED ORIGINATING MOTIONS 

(see notes 10 to 14) 

(5) The said Schedule 3, as remade by section 2 of 
Ontario Regulation 108/83, is amended by 
adding before item 10 the following heading: 



UNCONTESTED DIVORCE 

(6) Item 27 of the said Schedule 3, as made by 
section 2 of Ontario Regulation 108/83, is 
amended by adding at the end thereof "(see 
note 23)". 

(7) Item 28 of the said Schedule 3, as made by 
section 2 of Ontario Regulation 108/83, is 
amended by adding at the end thereof "(see 
note 23)". 

(8) The said Schedule 3 is further amended by 
adding thereto the following notes: 

37. The maximum time allowed for preparation is 
three hours. 

38. The maximum time allowed for preparation is 
five hours. 

3. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come 
into force on the 23rd day of February, 1983. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 159/83 1515 



The Law Society Of Upper Canada: 

John D. Bowlby 
Treasurer 

Kenneth Jarvis 
Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 2nd day of March, 1983. 

(2389) 14 

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE ACT 

O. Reg. 158/83. 
Fees — Construction Liens. 
Made— March 16th, 1983. 
Filed— March 18th, 1983. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE ACT 

FEES— CONSTRUCTION LIENS 

1. The fees set out in the Schedule are the fees pay- 
able in an action under the Construction Lien Act, 
1983. O. Reg. 158/83, s. 1. 

Schedule 

FEES PAYABLE LN AN ACTION 

1. On the filing of a statement of claim, crossclaim, 
counterclaim or third party claim, the fee payable is, 

i. $5, where the claim, crossclaim, counter- 
claim or third party claim does not exceed 
$500, 

ii. $10, where the claim, crossclaim, coun- 
terclaim or third party claim exceeds $500 
but does not exceed $1,000, 

iii. $10, where the claim, crossclaim, counter- 
claim or third party claim exceeds $1,000, 
plus $1 for even- $1,000 or fraction thereof in 
excess of $1,000, 

but in no case shall the fee payable on a claim exceed 
$75, nor shall the fee payable on a counterclaim, 
crossclaim or third party claim exceed $25. O. Reg. 
158/83, Sched. 



(2390) 



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CONSTRUCTION LIEN ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 159/83. 

General. 

Made— March 16th, 1983. 

Filed— March 18th, 1983. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
CONSTRUCTION LIEN ACT, 1983 

1. The office of the Crown to which a copy of a 
claim for hen must be given under subsection 34 (3) of 
the Act is as follows: 

1 . Where the contract is with a Ministry of the 
Crown, the office of the Director of Legal 
Services of that Ministry. 

2. Where the contract is with the Ontario 
Housing Corporation, the office of the 
Director of Legal Services of the Ministry of 
Municipal Affairs and Housing. 

3. Where the contract is with a college of 
applied arts and technology, the office of the 
president of the college. 

4. Where the contract is with any other office of 
the Crown, the chief executive officer of that 
office. O. Reg. 159/83, s. 1. 

2. — (1) A notice to a contractor under section 18 of 
the Act may be in Form 1. 

(2) A notice to a landlord under subsection 19 (1) of 
the Act may be in Form 2. 

(3) A notice to a contractor under subsection 19 (1) 
of the Act may be in Form 3. 

(4) A notice to a hen claimant under subsection 19 
(3) of the Act may be in Form 4. 

(5) A declaration of last supply under subsection 3 1 
(5) of the Act shall be in Form 5. 

(6) A certificate of the substantial performance of a 
contract under section 32 of the Act shall be in Form 6. 

(7) A certificate of completion of a subcontract 
under subsection 33 (1) of the Act shall be in Form 7. 

(8) A claim for hen under section 34 of the Act shall 
be in Form 8. 

(9) An affidavit of verification of a claim for lien 
under section 34 of the Act may be in Form 9. 

(10) A certificate of action under section 36 of the 
Act shall be in Form 10. 

(11) A notice requiring a lien claimant whose lien is 
sheltered under the statement of claim of some other 
person to provide further particulars of his claim or of 
any fact alleged in his claim under paragraph 4 of 
subsection 36 (4) of the Act may be in Form 11. 

(12) A notice under clause 40 (3) (ft), (c) or (d) of the 
Act may be in Form 12. 

(13) A notice under clause 40 (3) (a) of the Act may 
be in Form 13. 



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O. Reg. 159/83 



(14) A release of lien under section 41 of the Act 
shall be in Form 14. 

(15) A notice of postponement under section 43 of 
the Act shall be in Form IS. 

(16) A judgement under section 60 of the Act 
directing a reference of the whole action to a master or 
appointed local master for trial shall be in Form 16. 

(17) A notice of trial under section 62 of the Act may 
be in Form 17. 

(18) A notice of settlement meeting under section 62 
of the Act may be in Form 18. 



(19) A judgement under section 64 of the Act shall 



be, 



(a) in Form 19, where the lien attaches to the 
premises; or 

(b) in Form 20, where the lien does not attach to 
the premises. 

(20) A report under section 64 of the Act shall be, 

(a) in Form 21, where the lien attaches to the 
premises; or 

(b) in Form 22, where the lien does not attach to 
the premises. 

(2 1) A financial guarantee bond under subsection 80 
(10) of the Act shall be in Form 23. 

(22) Where an affidavit provided for in this Regu- 
lation is sworn or affirmed by an illiterate person, the 



jurat to the affidavit shall be in the form prescribed 
in the Supreme Court Rules of Practice. O. Reg. 

159/83, s. 2. 

3. — (1) Copies of certificates of the substantial per- 
formance of a contract shall be published in a con- 
struction trade newspaper in the following form and 
manner: 

1 . In each issue, all certificates shall appear on a 
single page or consecutive pages, and shall be 
arranged alphabetically, 

i. by the county, district or regional 
municipality in which the premises is 
situate, except where the premises is 
situate in The Municipality of Met- 
ropolitan Toronto, or 

ii. by the city or borough of The Munici- 
pality of Metropolitan Toronto in 
which the premises is situate, where 
the premises is situate, in The 
Municipality of Metropolitan Toron- 
to. 

2. The contents of each certificate of the sub- 
stantial performance of a contract published 
in a construction trade newspaper shall be 
the same as in the original of the certificate, 
except that the signature of the payment cer- 
tifier or other persons certifying substantial 
performance shall be deleted. 

(2) Declarations of the substantial performance of a 
contract shall be published in the same form and man- 
ner as certificates of the substantial performance of a 
contract. O. Reg. 159/83, s. 3. 



Form 1 

Construction Lien Act, 1983 

NOTICE TO CONTRACTOR 
UNDER SECTION 18 OF THE ACT 

TO: , contractor. 

FROM: , a joint owner or owner 

in common with 

of the following premises: 

(give address of premises) 






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O. Reg. 159/83 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 1517 

The joint owner or owner in common assumes no responsibility for the improvements to the premises, to be 

made by you under a contract between you and 

(name of owner) 

Date: 



(joint owner or owner in common 
or agent) 



O. Reg. 159/83, Form 1. 



Form 2 

Construction Lien Act, 1983 

NOTICE TO LANDLORD 
UNDER SUBSECTION 19 (1) OF THE ACT 



TO: 

the landlord of 



(address of premises) 

FROM: , a contractor, who has entered into 

a contract with your tenant, to supply services or 

materials to make the following improvement to the above named premises: 

(describe improvement to be made) 

This contract was entered into on 

(date) 

(Use A, B or C as appropriate) 

A. A copy of the contract is enclosed. 

B. The contract is oral and the following are the details of the contract: 

C. You may inspect a copy of this contract at 



(place) 
between the hours of and 



every 

(days of the week) 



Date: 

(contractor or agent) 



(address for service of contractor) 

WARNING: Subsection 19 (1) of the Construction Lien Act, 1983 provides as follows: 

19. — (1) Where the interest of the owner to which the lien attaches is leasehold, the interest of the landlord 
shall also be subject to the lien to the same extent as the interest of the owner if the contractor gives the landlord 
written notice of the improvement to be made, unless the landlord, within fifteen days of receiving the notice 
from the contractor, gives the contractor written notice that the landlord assumes no responsibility for the 
improvement to be made. O. Reg. 159/83, Form 2. 

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1518 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 159/83 

Form 3 

Construction Lien Act, 1983 

NOTICE TO CONTRACTOR 
UNDER SUBSECTION 19 (1) OF THE ACT 

TO: , contractor. 

FROM: , 

the landlord of: 

(give address of premises) 

The landlord of the premises assumes no responsiblity for the improvement to be made by you under a contract 

dated between you and , a tenant. 

(name of tenant) 



Date: 

(landlord or agent) 

O. Reg. 159/83, Form 3. 

Form 4 

Construction Lien Act, 1983 

NOTICE TO LIEN CLAIMANT 
UNDER SUBSECTION 19 (3) OF THE ACT 

TO: , lien claimant. 

FROM: the landlord of 

the following premises: 

(give address of premises) 

The landlord intends to (use A or B, whichever is applicable) 

A. enforce forfeiture against the lease of the premises; 

B. terminate the lease of the premises 

for non-payment of rent. 

In order to protect your lien rights against the interest of the tenant, the amount of the unpaid rent as stated below 
must be paid to the landlord within ten days of your receiving this notice. If you pay this amount, you may add it 
to your claim for lien. 

Amount of unpaid rent: $ 

Payment of this amount may be made on 



(days) 
between the hours of and , at 



(address for payment) 
Date: 



(landlord or agent) 

O. Reg. 159/83, Form 4. 



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O. Reg. 159/83 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Form 5 

Construction Lien Act, 1983 

DECLARATION OF LAST SUPPLY 
UNDER SUBSECTION 31 (5) OF THE ACT 



1519 



(name of supplier) 
a supplier of services or materials to an improvement being made to: 



(address of premises) 
declares that 

1. The following services or materials were supplied: 

(description of services or materials) 

2. These services or materials were supplied under a contract (or subcontract) with 



(name of payer) 

dated the day of , 19 . . . 

3. The last supply of services or materials made by the supplier to the improvement under the contract 
(or subcontract), was made on 



(date of last supply) 
4. No further services or materials will be supplied under the contract (or subcontract). 

Declared before me at the of 

in the of 




A Commissioner, etc. 



(supplier) 



O. Reg. 159/83, Form 5. 



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1520 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 159/83 

Form 6 

Construction Lien Act, 1983 

CERTIFICATE OF SUBSTANTIAL PERFORMANCE 
OF THE CONTRACT UNDER SECTION 32 OF THE ACT 

(County /District or Regional Municipality /City or Borough of 
Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto in which premises are situate) 

(Street address and city, town, etc., or, if there is no street address, the location of the premises) 

This is to certify that the contract for the following improvement: 

(short description of the improvement) 
to the above premises was substantially performed on 



(date substantially performed) 



Date certificate signed: 



(payment certifier 
where there is one) 



(owner and contractor, 
where there is no 
payment certifier) 



Name of owner: 

Address for service: 

Name of contractor: 

Address for service: 

Name of payment certifier: 



(where applicable) 



Address: 

(Use A or B whichever is appropriate) 

A. Identification of premises for preservation of liens: 



(where liens attach to premises, reference to lot and plan or instrument registration number) 
B. Office to which claim for lien and affidavit must be given to preserve lien: 

(where liens do not attach to premises) 

O. Reg. 159/83, Form 6. 



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O. Reg. 159/83 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Form 7 
Construction Lien Act, 1983 

CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION OF SUBCONTRACT 
UNDER SUBSECTION 33 (1) OF THE ACT 

This is to certify the completion of a subcontract for the supply of services or materials between . 



1521 



(name of subcontractor) 

and dated the day of , 19 . 

The subcontract provided for the supply of the following services or materials 



to the following improvement: 



of premises at 



(short description of the improvement) 
{street address, or if there is none, the location of the premises) 

(payment certifier, where there is one) 



Date of certification: 



(owner and contractor) 



Name of owner: 

Address for service: 

Name of contractor: 

Address for service: 

Name of payment certifier (where applicable): 



Address: 



(Use A or B whichever is appropriate) 

A. Identification of premises for preservation of liens: 



(where liens attach to premises, lot and plan number or instrument registration number) 
B. Office to which claim for lien and affidavit must be given to preserve lien: 



(where liens do not attach to premises) 



O. Reg. 159/83, Form 7. 



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1522 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 159/83 

Form 8 

Construction Lien Act, 1983 
CLAIM FOR LIEN UNDER SECTION 34 OF THE ACT 

Name of lien claimant: 

Address for service: 

Name of owner: 

Address: 

Name of person to whom lien claimant supplied services or materials: 



Address: 

Time within which services or materials were supplied: 

from to 

(date supply commenced) {date of most recent supply) 

Short description of services or materials that have been supplied: 



Contract price or subcontract price: $ 

Amount claimed as owing in respect of services or materials that have been supplied: $ 

{Use A where the lien attaches to the premises; use B where the lien does not attach to the premises). 

A. The lien claimant (if claimant is personal representative or assignee this must be stated) claims a lien 
against the interest of every person identified above as an owner of the premises described in Schedule A 
to this claim for lien. 

B. The lien claimant (if claimant is personal representative or assignee this must be stated) claims a charge 
against the holdbacks required to be retained under the Act and any additional amount owed by a payer 
to the contractor or to any subcontractor whose contract or subcontract was in whole or in part 
performed by the services or materials that have been supplied by the lien claimant in relation to the 
premises at: 



Date: 



(address or other identification of the location of the premises) 

(signature of clamant or agent) 
SCHEDULE A 



To the claim for lien of 
Description of premises: 



(Where the lien attaches to the premises, provide a description of the premises sufficient for registration 
under the Land Titles Act or the Registry Act, as the case may be). 

O. Reg. 159/83, Form 8. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 1523 

Form 9 

Construction Lien Act, 1983 
AFFIDAVIT OF VERIFICATION OF LIEN CLAIM UNDER SECTION 34 OF THE ACT 

I, , make oath and say (or affirm) as follows: (use A, B or C as applicable) 

A.l. I am the lien claimant named in the attached claim for lien; 

2. The facts stated in the claim for lien are true. 
B.l. I am the agent (or assignee) of the lien claimant named in the attached claim for lien; 

2. I have informed myself of the facts stated in the claim for lien, and I believe those facts to be true. 
C. 1 I am a trustee of the workers' trust fund which is named as the lien claimant in the attached claim for lien; 

2. I have informed myself of the facts stated in the claim for lien, and I believe those facts to be true. 

Sworn (or affirmed) before me at the 

of 

in the of 

this day of , 19 . . . 



A Commissioner, etc. 



(deponent) 



O. Reg. 159/83, Form 9. 



Form 10 

Construction Lien Act, 1983 

CERTIFICATE OF ACTION 
UNDER SECTION 36 OF THE ACT 



SUPREME COURT OF ONTARIO 



Court File No. 



BETWEEN 



(court seal) 



and 



CERTIFICATE OF ACTION 



Plaintiff(s) 



Defendant(s) 



I certify that an action has been commenced in the Supreme Court of Ontario under the Construction 
Lien Act, 1983 between the above parties in respect of the premises described in Schedule A to this 
certificate, and relating to the claim(s) for lien bearing the following registration numbers: 



Date: 



(registrar or local registrar) 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
SCHEDULE A 



O. Reg. 159/83 



Description of Premises: 



(The description of the premises must be the same as in the statement of claim, and must be sufficient for 
registration under the Land Titles Act or Registry Act, as the case may be). 



O. Reg. 159/83, Form 10. 



Form 11 

Construction Lien Act, 1983 

NOTICE REQUIRING PARTICULARS OF 

SHELTERED CLAIM FOR LIEN UNDER 

PARAGRAPH 4 OF SUBSECTION 36 (4) 

OF THE ACT 



Court File No. 



SUPREME COURT OF ONTARIO 
BETWEEN 

Plaintiff(s) 

{court seal) and 

Defendant(s) 

TO: , lien claimant 

FROM: , a defendant 

in the above named action. 

This action has been commenced to realize a claim for lien in respect of an improvement to the following 
premises: 

(address) 

and you may be entitled to realize your lien in this action. 

You are required to furnish the above-named defendant with particulars of your claim and, specifically, the 
following facts alleged in your claim for lien: 



(set out facts) 



Date: 



(defendant, counsel or agent) 
Address for service: 



O. Reg. 159/83, Form 11. 



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Form 12 

Construction Lien Act, 1983 

NOTICE OF CROSS-EXAMINATION OF PERSON 

VERIFYING CLAIM FOR LIEN 

UNDER SECTION 40 OF THE ACT 

TO: 

(a person named in the claim for lien as having an interest in the premises, the contractor, or the payer of the 
lien claimant or the solicitor of any of the foregoing). 

This is notice that , a person 

who has verified a claim for lien by 

(name of lien claimant) 

in respect of an improvement to the following premises: 



(street address of premises) 

will be cross-examined regarding that claim on , , at 

(day) (date) 

at the office of 

(time) 



(name, address and telephone number of examiner) 

You are entitled to be present at the cross-examination either personally or by counsel and to participate in the 
cross-examination. Only one cross-examination may be held in respect of this claim for lien. 



Date: 

(name, address and telephone number of person 
or solicitor requiring cross-examination) 



O. Reg. 159/83, Form 12. 

Form 13 

Construction Lien Act, 1983 

NOTICE OF CROSS-EXAMINATION 
UNDER SECTION 40 OF THE ACT 

TO: , a person 

who has verified a claim for lien by 

(name of lien claimant) 

dated with respect to the following premises: 

(street address of premises) 

YOU ARE REQUIRED TO ATTEND TO BE CROSS-EXAMINED ON OATH respecting the claim 

for lien on , , at 

(day) (date) 

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1526 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 159/83 

, at the office of 

(time) (name, address and telephone number of examiner) 

and to bring with you all documents relating to the claim. 

If you fail, without due cause, to attend your lien may be discharged or you may be liable for any legal costs 
arising from your non-attendance. 



Date: 



(Name, address and telephone number of person or 
solicitor requiring the cross-examination) 

O. Reg. 159/83, Form 13. 



Form 14 

Construction Lien Act, 1983 

RELEASE OF LIEN 
UNDER SECTION 41 OF THE ACT 

Name of lien claimant: 

Address: 

1 . The lien claimant releases the lien claimed in the claim for lien dated , in respect of an 

improvement to the premises owned by and described in Schedule A to this release. 



2. (complete where lien attaches to the premises) 
The registration number of the claim for lien is 



Date: 



(witness) (lien claimant) 

NOTE: 

Where the lien claimant is not a corporation, the release must be verified by an affidavit of a subscribing 
witness. 

SCHEDULE A 

Where the lien attaches to the premises, provide a description of the premises sufficentfor registration under the 
Land Titles Act, or the Registry Act, as the case may be). 

(Where the lien does not attach to the premises, provide the street address, or, where there is none, the location of 
the premises). 

O. Reg. 159/83, Form 14. 



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Name of lien claimant 



Address 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Form 15 

Construction Lien Act, 1983 

NOTICE OF POSTPONEMENT OF LIEN 
UNDER SECTION 43 OF THE ACT 



1527 



The lien claimant postpones the lien claimed in the claim for lien dated , 19 . . ., registered as 

Instrument No to Instrument No , in respect of the lands described in 

Schedule A upon the following terms and conditions: - 



Date: 



(witness) 



(signature of lien claimant) 



NOTE: 



Where the lien claimant is not a corporation, the postponement must be verified by the affidavit of a 
subscribing witness. 

SCHEDULE A 

(Where the lien attaches to the premises, provide a description of the premises sufficient for registration under the 
Land Titles Act, or the Registry Act, as the case may be). 

(Where the lien does not attach to the premises, provide the street address, or, where there is none, the location of 
the premises). 



Form 16 

Construction Lien Act, 1983 

JUDGMENT DIRECTING A 

REFERENCE FOR TRIAL 

UNDER SECTION 60 OF THE ACT 



O. Reg. 159/83, Form 15. 



Court File No. 



(name of judge) 
BETWEEN 



SUPREME COURT OF ONTARIO 



(day and date) 



(court seal) 



and 



Plaintiff(s) 



267 



Defendant(s) 



1528 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 159/83 

JUDGMENT 

On motion' of the plaintiff made under the provisions of subsection 60 (1) of the Construction Lien Act, 1983 in 
the presence of counsel for the plaintiff(s) and the defendant(s), and on reading the pleadings in this action and on 
hearing what was alleged by counsel for the parties, (or the parties by their counsel consenting to judgment, or as 
the case may be). 

1. THIS COURT ORDERS AND ADJUDGES that this action be referred to the master (or appointed 
local master) at Toronto (or other place) for trial. 

2. AND THIS COURT ORDERS AND ADJUDGES that the parties found liable forthwith after confir- 
mation of the report of the master (or appointed local master) pay to the parties the respective amounts 
due them. 

3. AND THIS COURT ORDERS AND ADJUDGES that the master (or appointed local master) deter- 
mine all questions arising in this action and on the reference and all questions arising under the 
Construction Lien Act, 1983 and that the findings of the master (or appointed local master) be effective 
on the confirmation of the report. 

4. AND THIS COURT ORDERS AND ADJUDGES that the master (or appointed local master) deter- 
mine the question of costs in this action and of the reference, and the costs be taxed and paid as the 
master (or appointed local master) shall direct. 

Date: Signed by: . . , 



(judge or local judge) 
(registrar or local registrar) 

O. Reg. 159/83, Form 16. 



Form 17 

Construction Lien Act, 1983 

NOTICE OF TRIAL 
UNDER SECTION 62 OF THE ACT 



SUPREME COURT OF ONTARIO 



Court File No. 



BETWEEN 



Plaintiff(s) 
and 



Defendant(s) 
NOTICE 
(Use A or B, whichever is applicable) 
A. The Supreme Court of Ontario has directed that this action shall be tried on . 



(day) (date) 



at , at 

(time) (place) 

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B. This action has been set down for trial by the Supreme Court of Ontario, at the non-jury sittings commencing 

on 

(day) (date) 

at , at 

(time) (place) 

If you do not appear at the trial, proceedings may be taken in your absence and you may be deprived of 
all benefit of the action and your rights may be disposed of in your absence. 

All parties are required to be prepared to proceed with the trial, and to bring with them on the trial day 
all evidence and witnesses necessary to prove their respective claims or defences. If any person fails to 
comply with these directions, the costs of the day may be given against that party should it be necessary 
to adjourn the trial of this action. 

This is an action to enforce a construction hen arising from an improvement of the following premises: 

(concise description sufficient to identify premises) 

This notice is served by 

Date: 

To: 

O. Reg. 159/83, Form 17. 



Form 18 

Construction Lien Act, 1983 



NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT MEETING 
UNDER SECTION 62 OF THE ACT 



Court File No. 



SUPREME COURT OF ONTARIO 
BETWEEN 

Plaintiff(s) 
and 

Defendant(s) 

NOTICE 

The Supreme Court of Ontario has directed that the settlement meeting in respect of the above action shall 

be held on , , 

(day) (date) 

at , at 

(time) (place) 

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(Use A or B, whichever is applicable) 

A. The Supreme Court of Ontario has also directed that this action shall be tried on , 

{day) 



, at , at 

(date) (time) (place) 

B. In addition, this action has been set down for trial by the Supreme Court of Ontario, at the non-jury sittings 
commencing 



(day) (date) 



at , at 

(time) (place) 

Any settlement reached at a settlement meeting is binding upon every person served with notice of the 
settlement meeting, regardless of whether the person attends the settlement meeting, and orders may be made 
by the court affecting your rights. 

(Use where applicable) 

If you do not appear at the trial, proceedings may be taken in your absence and you may be deprived of all 
benefit of the action and your rights may be disposed of in your absence. 

All parties are required to be prepared to proceed with the trial, and to bring with them on the trial day all 
evidence and witnesses necessary to prove their respective claims or defences. If any person fails to comply 
with these directions, the costs of the day may be given against that party should it be necessary to adjourn the 
trial of this action. 

This is an action to enforce a construction lien arising from an improvement of the following premises: 

(concise description sufficient to identify premises) 

This notice is served by 

Date: 

To: 

O. Reg. 159/83, Form 18. 



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Form 19 

Construction Lien Act, 1983 

JUDGMENT AT TRIAL UNDER SECTION 64 OF 
THE ACT WHERE LIEN ATTACHES TO PREMISES 



1531 



Court File No. 



SUPREME COURT OF ONTARIO 



(name of judge) 
BETWEEN 



(day and date) 



(court seal) 



and 



Plaintiff(s) 



JUDGMENT 



THIS ACTION was heard on at . 

(date) 



Defendant(s) 



., in 



(place) 

the presence of all parties (or the solicitors for identified parties, appearing in person, 

no one appearing for , or as the case may be). 

ON READING THE PLEADINGS AND HEARINGS THE EVIDENCE and the 

submissions of the solicitors for the parties (or appearing in person, or as the case may be). 

(use the appropriate paragraphs) 

1. THIS COURT DECLARES AND ADJUDGES that the persons named in Column 1 of Schedule A to this 
judgment are respectively entitled to a lien under the Construction Lien Act, 1983, upon 



the interest of the owner. 



(name of owner) 



in the premises described in Schedule B of this judgment for the amounts set opposite their respective names in 
Column 5 of Schedule A, and the primary debtors of those persons respectively are as set out in Column 6 of 
Schedule A. 

2 AND THIS COURT DECLARES AND ADJUDGES that the persons mentioned in Column 1 of Schedule C 
to this judgment are entitled to some charge or encumbrance other than a lien under this Act on the interest of 
the owner in the premises for the amounts set opposite their respective names in Column 4 of Schedule C. 

3 AND THIS COURT ORDERS AND ADJUDGES that the personal liability of the owner 

to the persons named in Column 1 of Schedule E in respect of the holdbacks the owner was required to retain 

i? $ , and writs of execution may be issued forthwith for the amounts set out opposite their 

respective names in Column 2 of Schedule E. 



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4. AND THIS COURT ORDERS AND ADJUDGES that upon the defendant 

(the owner) 
paying into court to the credit of this action the amount of $ on or before the day 

of , 19 . . ., the liens mentioned in Schedule A are discharged and the registration of those liens and 

the certificates of action in relation to those liens are vacated and the money paid into court is to be paid in 
payment of the persons entitled to a lien. 

5. AND THIS COURT ORDERS AND ADJUDGES that if the defendant 

(owner) 
makes default in payment of the money into Court that the owner's interest in the premises be sold under the 
supervision of the master (or appointed local master) of this court and that the purchase money be paid into 
court to the credit of this action. 

6. AND THIS COURT ORDERS AND ADJUDGES that the purchase money be applied in or towards 
payment of the claims mentioned in Schedule (s) A (and C) as the master (or appointed local master) directs, 
with subsequent interest and subsequent costs to be computed and taxed by the master (or appointed local 
master). 

7. AND THIS COURT ORDERS AND ADJUDGES that if the purchase money paid into court is insufficient to 
pay in full the proven claims of the persons mentioned in Column 1 of Schedule A, the primary debtor of each 
of those persons, as set out in Column 6 of Schedule A, shall pay the amount remaining due to those persons 
forthwith after the amount has been ascertained by the master (or appointed local master). 

8. AND THIS COURT ORDERS AND ADJUDGES that the persons named in Column 1 of Schedule F have 
not proved any lien under the Construction Liens Act, 1983, and orders and adjudges that the claims for lien 
registered by them and the certificates of action related to those claims as set out in Column 2 of Schedule F are 
vacated against the premises described in Schedule B. 

9. AND THIS COURT ORDERS AND ADJUDGES that the persons whose names are set out in Column 1 of 
Schedule D to this judgment, although they have not proven their claims for lien, are entitled to personal 
judgment for the amounts set opposite their respective names in Column 4 of Schedule D against their 
respective debtors as set out in Column 5 opposite their names and the respective debtors shall forthwith pay 
to their respective judgment creditors the amount found due. 

10. AND THIS COURT ORDERS AND ADJUDGES, that since the owner's interest in the premises has been 

sold by , 

a mortgagee, and it has been determined by this court that the liens were entitled to priority over the 
mortgage under subsection 80 (2) [or subsection 80 (5) as the case may be] of the Act, therefore the mortgagee 
shall pay to the persons named in Schedule E the amount set out opposite each of their respective names on or 

before the day of , 19 . . . 



(signature of judge 
or local judge) 
Schedule A 

Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6 

Names of persons Registration Amount of debt and Costs Total Names of primary 

entitled to numbers of claims interest (if any) debtors 

construction lien for lien and 

certificates of action 



(signature of judge 
or local judge) 

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Schedule B 

The premises in respect of which this action is brought is as follows: 



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(Bet out a description sufficient for registration purposes) 



Column 1 



Schedule C 

Column 2 



(signature of judge 
or local judge) 



Column 3 



Column 4 



Names of persons entitled to 

encumbrances other than 

construction liens 



Amount of debt and interest 
(if any) 



Costs 



Total 



(signature of judge 
or local judge) 



Column l 



Schedule D 

Column 2 Column 3 



Column 4 



Column 5 



Judgment creditors not Amount of debt and interest 
entitled to liens (if any) 



Costs 



Total 



Names of 
Debtors 



(signature of judge or 
local judge) 



Schedule E 



Column 1 



Column 2 



Name of persons entitled to share in holdback 



Amount to be paid 



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(signature of judge or 
local judge) 



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Schedule F 



O. Reg. 159/83 



Column 1 



Column 2 



Names of Persons not 
entitled to lien 



Registration numbers of claims for 
lien and certificates of action 



(signature of judge or 
local judge) 

O. Reg. 159/83, Form 19. 



Form 20 

Construction Lien Act, 1983 

JUDGMENT AT TRIAL UNDER SECTION 64 OF THE ACT 
WHERE LIEN DOES NOT ATTACH TO PREMISES 



Court File No. 



SUPREME COURT OF ONTARIO 



(name of judge) 
BETWEEN 



and 



(day and date) 



Plaintiff(s) 



Defendant(s) 



JUDGMENT 



THIS ACTION was heard on 



, at , in the 

(place) 



(date) 

presence of the solicitors for all parties (or the solicitors for identified parties, .-. 

appearing in person, no one appearing for , or as the case may be). 

ON READING THE PLEADINGS AND HEARING THE EVIDENCE and the submissions of the solicitor- 
for the parties (or as the case may be), 

(use the appropriate paragraphs) 

1. THIS COURT DECLARES AND ADJUDGES that the amount for which the defendant-owner 

is liable under section 21 [or subsection 17 (4)] 

(owner) 
of the Construction Lien Act, 1983 is $ 



2. AND THIS COURT DECLARES AND ADJUDGES that the persons named in Column 1 of Schedule A to 
this judgment are respectively entitled to a lien under the Construction Lien Act, 1983 which lien is a charge 

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under section 2 1 upon the amount for which the defendant-owner is liable; for the amounts set opposite their 
respective names in Column 4 and the primary debtors of those persons are set out in Column 5 of Schedule 
A 

3. AND TfflS COURT ORDERS AND ADJUDGES that upon the defendant-owner 

{/owner) 

paying into court to the credit of this action the amount of S for which the 

owner is liable on or before the , that the 

(day) [date) 

liens mentioned in Schedule A are discharged, that the money paid into court is to be paid in payment of the 
persons entitled to a lien. 

4 AND TfflS COURT ORDERS AND ADJUDGES that if the money paid into court is insufficient to pay in 
full the proven claims of the persons mentioned in Column 1 of Schedule A, the primary debtor of each of 
those persons as set out in Column 5 of Schedule A shall pay the amount remaining due to those persons 
forthwith after this amount has been ascertained by the master (or appointed local master). 

5. AND THIS COURT DECLARES .AND ADJUDGES that the following persons have not proved any lien 
under the Construction Lien Act, 1983: 

[names of persons) 
and are not entitled to a personal judgment against any of the parties to this action. 

6. .AND THIS COURT ADJUDGES that the persons whose names are set out in Column 1 of Schedule B to 
this judgment, although they have not proven their claims for lien are entitled to personal judgment for the 
amounts set opposite their respective name in Column 4 of Schedule B against their respective debtors as set 
out in Column 5 opposite their names and the respective debtors shall forthwith pay to their respective 
judgment creditors the amount found due. 



{signature of judge or 
local judge) 



Schedule A 

Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 

Names of persons entitled Amount of debt Costs Total Names of 

to construction lien and interest (if any) primary debtors 



{signature of judge or 
local judge) 



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Schedule B 

Column 2 Column 3 



O. Reg. 159/83 



Column 4 



Column 5 



Judgment creditors not Amount of debt and interest 
entitled to liens (if any) 



Costs 



Total 



Names of 
Debtors 



(signature of judge or 
local judge) 

O. Reg. 159/83, Form 20. 



Form 21 

Construction Lien Act, 1983 

REPORT UNDER SECTION 64 OF THE ACT 
WHERE LIEN ATTACHES TO PREMISES 



Court File No. 



SUPREME COURT OF ONTARIO 

{name of master) (day and date) 

(or appointed local master) 

BETWEEN 

Plaintiff(s) 

(court seal) and 

Defendant(s) 

REPORT 

In accordance with a judgment of reference dated , 

trial of this action was heard on , at , in the presence 

(date) (place) 

of all parties (or the solicitors for identified parties, appearing in 

person, no one appearing for , or as the case may be). 

ON READING THE PLEADINGS AND HEARING THE EVIDENCE and the submissions of the solicitors 
for the parties (or as the case may be). 

(use the appropriate paragraphs) 

1. I FIND AND DECLARE THAT the persons named in Column 1 of Schedule A to this report are 
respectively entitled to a lien under the Construction Lien Act, 1983, upon the interest of the owner, 

, in the premises 

(name of owner) 

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described in Schedule B of this report for the amounts set opposite their respective names in Column 5 of 
Schedule A, and the primary debtors of those persons respectively are as set out in Column 6 of Schedule A. 

2. I FIND AND DECLARE THAT the persons mentioned in Column 1 of Schedule C to this report are 
entitled to some charge or encumbrance other than a lien under this Act on the interest of the owner in the 
premises for the amounts set opposite their respective names in Column 4 of Schedule C. 

3. AND I FIND, DECLARE AND DIRECT that the personal liability of the owner 

to the persons named in Column 1 of Schedule E in respect of the holdbacks the owner was required 

to retain is S and writs of execution may be issued forthwith after confirmation of this order for 

the amounts set opposite their respective names in Column 2 of Schedule E. 

4. AND I DIRECT that upon the defendant 

(the owner) 
paying into court to the credit of this action the amount of $ on or before 

the day of , 19 . . . , the liens mentioned in 

Schedule A are discharged and the registration of those liens and the certificates of action in relation to those 
liens are vacated and the money paid into court is to be paid in payment of the persons entitled to a lien. 

5. AND I DIRECT that if the defendant 

(owner) 
makes default in payment of the money into Court that the owner's interest in the premises be sold under the 
supervision of the master (or appointed local master) of this court and that the purchase money be paid into 
court to the credit of this action. 

6. AND I DIRECT that the purchase money be applied in or towards payment of the claims mentioned in 
Schedule(s) A (and C) as the master (or appointed local master) directs, with subsequent interest and 
subsequent costs to be computed and taxed by the master (or appointed local master). 

7. AND I DIRECT that if the purchase money paid into court is insufficient to pay in full the proven claims of 
the persons mentioned in Column I of Schedule A, the primary debtor of each of those persons, as set out in 
Column 6 of Schedule A, shall pay the amount remaining due to those persons forthwith after the amount has 
been ascertained by the master (or appointed local master). 

8. AND I FIND AND DECLARE THAT the persons named in Column 1 of Schedule F have not proved any 
lien under the Construction Lien Act, 1983, and I direct that the claims for lien registered by them and the 
certificates of action related to those claims as set out in Column 2 of Schedule F be vacated against the 
premises described in Schedule B. 

9. AND I FIND AND DECLARE THAT the persons whose names are set out in Column 1 of Schedule D to 
this report, although they have not proven their claims for lien, are entitled to personal judgment for the 
amounts set opposite their respective names in Column 4 of Schedule D against their respective debtors as set 
out in Column 5 opposite their names and the respective debtors shall forthwith after confirmation of this 
report pay to their respective judgment creditors the amount found due. 

10. AND I DIRECT that since the owner's interest in the premises has been sold by 



, a mortgagee, and it has been determined by this court that the lien 

claimants were entitled to priority over the mortgagee under subsection 80 (2) [or subsection 80 (5) as the case 
may be] of the Act, therefore the mortgagee shall pay to the persons named in Schedule E the amount set out 
opposite each of their respective names on or before the day of , 19 . . . 



(master or appointed local 
master) 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 159/83 

Schedule A 

Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column S Column 6 



Names of persons 

entitled to 
construction lien 



Registration 

numbers of 

claims for lien 

and certificates 

of action 



Amount of debt and 
interest (if any) 



Costs Total Names of 

primary debtors 



(signature of master or 
appointed local master) 



Schedule B 

The premises in respect of which this action is brought is as follows: 



(Set out a description sufficient for registration purposes) 



(signature of master or 
appointed local master) 



Column 1 



Schedule C 

Column 2 



Column 3 



Column 4 



Names of persons entitled to 

encumbrances other than construction 

liens 



Amount of debt and interest 
(if any) 



Costs 



Total 



(signature of master or 
appointed local master) 



Column 1 



Schedule D 

Column 2 Column 3 



Column 4 



Column 5 



Judgment creditors not 
entitled to liens 



Amount of debt 
and interest (if any) 



Costs 



Total 



Names of 
Debtors 



278 



(signature of master or 
appointed local master) 



O. Reg. 159/83 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
Schedule E 



Column 1 



1539 



Column 2 



Name of persons entitled to share in holdback 



Amount to be paid 



Schedule F 



Column 1 



(signature of master or 
appointed local master) 



Column 2 



Names of persons not 
entitled to lien 



Registration numbers of claims for 
lien and certificates of action 



(signature of master or 
appointed local master) 

O. Reg. 159/83, Form 21. 



Form 22 

Construction Lien Act, 1983 

REPORT UNDER SECTION 64 OF THE ACT 
WHERE LIEN DOES NOT ATTACH TO PREMISES 



Court File No. 



SUPREME COURT OF ONTARIO 



(master or appointed) 
local master) 

BETWEEN 



and 



REPORT 



In accordance with a judgment of reference dated 



(day and date) 



Plain tiff(s) 



Defendant(s) 



trial of this action was heard on , at , in the presence 

(date) (place) 

of the solicitors for all parties (or the solicitors for identified parties, appearing in 

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person, no one appearing for , or as the case may be). 

ON READING THE PLEADINGS AND HEARING THE EVIDENCE and the submissions of the solicitors 

for the parties (or as the case may be). 

(use the appropriate paragraphs) 
1. I FIND AND DECLARE that the amount for which the defendant-owner 



(owner) 
is liable under section 21 [or subsection 17 (4)] of the Construction Lien Act, 1983 is $ 



2 . I FIND AND DECLARE that the persons named in Column 1 of Schedule A to this report are respectively 
entitled to a lien under the Construction Lien Act, 1983 which lien is a charge under section 21 of the Act 
upon the amount for which the defendant-owner is liable; for the amounts set opposite their respective names 
in Column 4 and the primary debtors of those persons are set out in Column 5 of Schedule A. 

3. AND I DIRECT that upon the defendant-owner 



(owner) 

paying into court to the credit of this action the amount of $ for which the owner 

is liable on or before the , the liens mentioned in 

(day) (date) 

Schedule A are discharged, and that the money paid into court is to be paid in payment of the persons entitled 
to a lien. 

4. AND I DIRECT that if the money paid into court is insufficient to pay in full the proven claims of the 
persons mentioned in Column 1 of Schedule A, the primary debtor of each of those persons as set out in 
Column 5 of Schedule A shall pay the amount remaining due to those persons forthwith after this amount has 
been ascertained by the master (or appointed local master). 

5. AND I FIND AND DECLARE that the following persons have not proved any lien under the Construction 
Lien Act, 1983: 

(names of persons) 
and are not entitled to a personal judgment against any of the parties to this action. 

6. AND I FIND AND DECLARE that the persons whose names are set out in Column 1 of Schedule B to this 
report, although they have not proved their claims for lien are entitled to personal judgment for the amounts 
set opposite their respective names in Column S after confirmation of this report and the respective debtors 
shall forthwith after confirmation of this report pay to their respective judgment creditors the amount found 
due. 



Column 1 



Schedule A 

Column 2 Column 3 



(master or appointed 
local master) 



Column 4 



Column 5 



Names of persons entitled 
to construction lien 



Amount of debt and 
interest (if any) 



Costs 



Total 



Names of 
primary debtors 



280 



(signature of master or 
appointed local master) 



O. Reg. 159/83 



Column 1 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Schedule B 
Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 



1541 



Column 5 



Judgment creditors not 
entiUed to liens 



Amount of debt and 
interest (if any) 



Costs 



Total 



Names of Debtors 



(signature of master or 
appointed local master) 

O. Reg. 159/83, Form 22. 

Form 23 

Construction Lien Act, 1983 

FINANCIAL GUARANTEE BOND UNDER SUBSECTION 80 (10) OF THE ACT 

The surety of this bond is , a guarantee company to which 

the Guarantee Companies Securities Act applies. 

The principal of this bond is , 

a mortgagee of the interest of the owner -. 

in the premises described in Schedule A to this bond. 

The obligees of this bond are all persons having liens whose liens are entitled to priority over the interest of 
the principal under subsection 80 (2) or (5) of the Act. 

WHEREAS it is the intention of the principal to sell the interest of the owner under a power of sale. 

THEREFORE, subject to the conditions contained in this bond, the surety and the principal bind them- 
selves, their heirs, executors, administrators, successors and assigns, jointly and severally to the obligees as 
follows: 

1. The principal shall, on or before the date set out in the judgment or report for payment, pay to each 
obligee who has proved a lien the amount determined by the court to be owing to that obligee under 
subsection 80 (2) or (S) of the Act by the principal as mortgagee, unless in the meantime an appeal has 
been taken from the judgment or report in which case payment is not required until the final disposition 
of all appeals. 

2. The surety, in default of payment by the principal shall pay to each obligee the amount owing to him by 

the principal, but the surety is not liable to pay more than a total maximum amount of $ 

(an amount equal to 20 per cent of the amount stated to be the contract price in the affidavit attached as 
Schedule B to this bond). 

This bond is subject to the following conditions: 

1 . An obligee shall not make a claim against the surety unless the principal is in default of his obligations 
under this bond. 

2. An obligee shall give the surety thirty days' written notice of his claim prior to commencing an action 
against the surety. 

3. The surety is released from its obligation to an obligee unless the obligee has given written notice of his 
claim to the surety within one year after the default by the principal. 

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4. The total amount of this bond is reduced by and to the extent of any payment made under the bond. 

5. The surety is entitled to an assignment of the rights of an obligee against the principal to the extent of the 
payment made by the surety. 

Signed and sealed by the principal and the surety on the day of , 

19 . . . and registration of this bond on the title to the premises constitutes delivery of this bond to each obligee. 

SIGNED AND SEALED 

in the presence of: (seal) 

(principal) 



(seal) 

(surety) 



NOTE: 



Where the principal is not a corporation, the principal's signature must be verified by an affidavit of 
a subscribing witness. 



Schedule A 

FINANCIAL GUARANTEE BOND 

(provide a description of the premises sufficient for registration 
under the Land Titles Act or the Registry Act, as the case may be) 



Schedule B 

FINANCIAL GUARANTEE BOND 

AFFIDAVIT OF GOOD FAITH BY MORTGAGEE 

I, , make oath and say (or affirm) as follows: 

1. I am a mortgagee of the interest of 



(name of owner) 
described in Schedule A to the attached bond. 

2. Under the terms of the mortgage, or under the Mortgages Act, I am entitled to exercise a power of sale 
with respect to that interest. 

3. It is my intention to exercise that power of sale, even though there are claims for lien registered against 
the interest of the owner under the Construction Lien Act, 1983 that may have priority to the mortgage 
under the Act. 

4. I have inquired of the contractor and the owner with respect to the contract price of the contract to 
which that improvement relates, and to the best of my information and belief the amount of the contract 
price (including the price of all services and materials supplied under all amendments to that contract) is 



5. The attached bond has been obtained by me in good faith, without any intention of depriving any lien 
claimant of his rights under the Construction Lien Act, 1983. 

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Sworn (or affirmed) before me at 

the of 

in the 

of 

, this 

day of , 

19... 



1543 



A Commissioner, etc. 



(deponent) 



(2391) 



O. Reg. 159/83, Form 23. 
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1609 



Publications Under The Regulations Act 



April 9th, 1983 



PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 160/83. 

Restricted Areas — Regional Municipal- 
ity of Durham, Town of Pickering. 
Made— March 18th, 1983. 
Filed— March 21st, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 19/74 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT 

1. Section 2 of Ontario Regulation 19/74, as 
remade by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
963/78 and amended by section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 211/79 and section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 394/82 , is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 

2. This Order applies to the following lands in the 
Town of Pickering in The Regional Municipality of 
Durham: 

1 . That part of Lot 1 1 in Concession V desig- 
nated as Part 1 on a Reference Plan deposited 
in the Land Registry Office for the Registry 
Division of Durham (No. 40) as Number 
40R-6601, lots 12 to 17, both inclusive, the 
northerly half of Lot 18, the northerly quar- 
ter of Lot 19, the northerly 1,000 feet of Lot 
20, the northerly 400 feet of Lot 2 1 and the 
northerly 200 feet of Lot 22, all in Concession 
V, excepting: 

i. The southerly 1,000 feet of Lot 17. 

ii. That portion of Lot 18 shown on a 
Plan registered in the said Land 
Registry' Office as Number 10. 

iii. Those portions of Lot 19 shown on 
Plans registered in the said Land 
Registry Office as Numbers 10 and 
530. 



2 . Those portions of lots 31,32,33,34 and 35 in 
Concession VI shown on a Plan deposited in 
the Land Registry Office for the Registry 
Division of Durham (No. 40) as Number 
40R-791, excepting: 

i. The southerly 500 feet of Lot 31. 

ii. The southerly 1,000 feet of Lot 32. 

iii. The southerly 1,500 feet of Lot 33. 

iv. The southerly 1,800 feet of lots 34 and 
35. 

3. All original road allowances between or 
fronting on the lands described in paragraphs 
1 and 2. O. Reg. 160/83, s. 1. 

2. Section 14, as made by section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 222/79, section 15, as made by sec- 
tion 1 of Ontario Regulation 735/80, section 16, 
as made by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
757/80, and section 17, as made by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 779/81, of the said Regula- 
tion are revoked. 

3. Schedule 1, as made by section 2 of Ontario 
Regulation 222/79, Schedule 2, as made by sec- 
tion 2 of Ontario Regulation 735/80, Schedule 
3, as made by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 
757/80, and Schedule 4, as made by section 2 of 
Ontario Regulation 779/81, to the said Regula- 
tion are revoked. 

D. P. McHugh 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

Central and Southwest 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

and Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 18th day of March, 1983. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

O. Reg. 161/83. 

General. 

Made— March 16th, 1983. 

Filed— March 22nd, 1983. 



O. Reg. 163/83 



REGULATION TO AMEND REGULATION 452 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

1. — (1) Schedule IS to Regulation 452 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as remade by section 5 of 
Ontario Regulation 834/82, is amended by revoking: 



"G253 



-interpretation only 



5.70" 



on page 1743 under the heading "DIAGNOSTIC AND THERAPEUTIC PROCEDURES" and sub- 
heading "Gastroenterology" and substituting therefor: 

6.70". 



"G253 — interpretation only 

(2) The said Schedule is further amended by revoking: 



'F121 



— open reduction 



159.40 5" 



on page 1787 under the heading "SURGICAL PROCEDURES" and subheading "Fractures" and sub- 
stituting therefor: 



'F121 



— open reduction 



182.10 5". 



2. A reference in this Regulation to any page number is a reference to that page (foot pagination) in The 
Ontario Gazette dated the 8th day of January, 1983. 



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15 



MENTAL HEALTH ACT 

O. Reg. 162/83. 
Application of Act. 
Made— March 16th, 1983. 
Filed— March 23rd, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 609 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

MENTAL HEALTH ACT 

1. Schedule 1 to section 1 of Regulation 609 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as 
amended by subsection 1 (1) of Ontario Regu- 
lation 454/81, section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
225/82, section 1 of Ontario Regulation 524/82 
and section 1 of Ontario Regulation 745/82, is 
further amended by adding thereto the follow- 
ing item: 



70a. Toronto 



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Youthdale Treatment 
Centres Limited, 
Crisis Service 



15 



ONTARIO YOUTH EMPLOYMENT 
ACT 

O. Reg. 163/83. 

General. 

Made— March 16th, 1983. 

Filed— March 23rd, 1983. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
ONTARIO YOUTH EMPLOYMENT ACT 

GENERAL 

1. In this Regulation, 

(a) "business" includes a profession and any 
activity carried on by a person or group of 
persons, whether incorporated or unincorpo- 
rated, and whether or not such activity is 
carried on for the purpose of profit or gain; 

(b) "business location" means the premises, 
office, factory, farm or place of business of an 
employer at which an eligible employee hired 
under the program will be employed and, 



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where the eligible employee is normally 
required to perform work and services away 
from the usual place of business of the 
employer, includes the premises or place of 
business of the employer at which an eligible 
employee hired under the program will be 
required to report for work; 

(c) "Ministry" means the Ministry of Municipal 
Affairs and Housing; 

(d) "period of eligibility" means the period from 
and including the 11th day of April, 1983, to 
and including the 16th day of October, 1983; 

(c) "Program" means the Ontario Youth 
Employment Program, 1983 established 
under section 2. O. Reg. 163/83, s. 1. 



2. — (1) There is hereby established the Ontario 
Youth Employment Program, 1983. 

(2) The Program commences on the 11th day of 
April, 1983 and terminates on the 16th day of October, 
1983. O. Reg. 163/83, s. 2. 



3. The following persons are prescribed as persons 
who are not eligible as employers: 

1 . Any employer who offers a position in respect 
of which the employee will be a person to 
whom Part V of the Employment Standards 
Act does not apply, but the employer is not 
an ineligible employer in respect of an 
employee to be employed, 

i. on a farm directly related to the prim- 
ary production of eggs, milk, grain, 
seeds, fruit, vegetables, maple prod- 
ucts, honey, tobacco, pigs, cattle, 
sheep and poultry, 

ii. as a student in a recreational program 
operated by a charitable organization 
registered as a registered charity in 
Canada under Part I of the Income 
Tax Act (Canada), where the work or 
duties of the student are directly con- 
nected with the recreational program, 
or 

iii. as a student at a camp for children. 

2. Any employer who receives or is entitled to 
receive from the Government of Canada, the 
government of any province, or a municipal- 
ity, any subsidy, grant or other funding given 
specifically for or related directly to the sal- 
ary or wages of any employee hired or to be 
hired under the Program, but the employer is 
an ineligible employer only in respect of an 
employee whose salary or wages are so 
funded. 



3. Any employer engaged in the business of 
supplying temporary help services or similar 
services in respect of any employee hired or 
to be hired under the Program who will be 
required to perform work or services at the 
place of business or operations of another 
person who pays a fee or other remuneration 
to the employer and not to the eligible 
employee in respect of the work or services 
performed by the eligible employee. 

4. Any employer that is a partnership where the 
employee to be hired has an interest in the 
partnership or where a person having an 
interest in the partnership is a related person 
to an employee to be hired under the Pro- 
gram within the meaning of subsection 4 (2) 
of the Act, but the employer is an ineligible 
employer only in respect of that em- 
ployee. O. Reg. 163/83, s. 3. 



4. No grant shall be made under the Program to an 
employer unless, 

(a) the employer makes application for approval 
as an eligible employer; and 

(b) the application has been approved by the 
Minister. 

(2) An application under subsection (1) shall be in a 
form provided by the Ministry for that purpose. 

(3) A separate application under subsection (1) shall 
be made for each business location at which employ- 
ment is offered under the Program. 

(4) In considering an application from an employer, 
the Minister may take into consideration, 

(a) whether the employee will be provided with 
work experience or skills that will better 
equip him or her for full-time participation in 
the labour market; 

(b) the length of employment offered with a view 
to maximizing the opportunity for the 
employee to acquire work experience or 
skills; 

(c) the equitable distribution of funds among all 
areas of Ontario and between farms and 
other businesses in each area; and 

(d) the availability of funds. 

(5) No application for approval as an eligible 
employer shall be approved unless, 

(a) in respect of each position to be created under 
the Program, employment is offered for 
twenty-five or more hours per week for eight 
or more consecutive weeks of employment 
during the period of eligibility; 



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O. Reg. 163/83 



(6) the employer certifies that, 

(i) the employer has been actively 
engaged in business or farming at the 
business location at which employ- 
ment is offered in Ontario for at least 
one year immediately prior to the 1 1th 
day of April, 1983, and 

(ii) the employment offered is in addition 
to that normally provided by the 
employer at the business location at 
which employment is offered and does 
not result in the dismissal, lay-off or 
reduction in regular hours or period of 
work of any existing employee of the 
employer. 

(6) Notwithstanding subsection (5) and after taking 
into consideration the factors set out in subsection (4), 
the Minister has discretion to approve an application 
that does not comply with the requirements set out in 
clause (5) (a). 

(7) The Minister shall notify an employer when his 
or her application for approval as an eligible employer 
has been approved. 

(8) The notice under subsection (7) may be given in 
writing or may be given verbally and confirmed in 
writing. O. Reg. 163/83, s. 4. 



5. — (1) In order to ensure the equitable distribution 
of funds among all areas of Ontario and between farms 
and other businesses in each area, the Minister shall 
not approve more than fifty positions for any employer 
irrespective of the number of business locations used 
by the employer. 

(2) In determining the number of positions for any 
employer under subsection (1), the Minister shall 
include all positions approved for any other employer 
where, 

(a) the other employer is an affiliated corpora- 
tion; 

(b) both employers are franchisees of the same 
franchisor; or 

(c) one employer is the franchisor of the other. 

(3) Notwithstanding subsection (1), the Minister 
may approve more than fifty positions for any 
employer if the Minister is satisfied, after taking into 
account the factors set out in subsection 4 (4), that all 
of the positions approved have been filled by eligible 
employees. 

(4) For the purposes of this section, one corporation 
shall be deemed to be affiliated with another corpora- 
tion if one of them is a subsidiary of the other or both 
are subsidiaries of the same corporation or each of 
them is controlled by the same person. 



(5) For the purposes of this section, a corporation 
shall be deemed to be a subsidiary of another corpora- 
tion if, 

(a) it is controlled by, 

(i) that other, 

(ii) that other and one or more corpora- 
tions each of which is controlled by 
that other, or 

(iii) two or more corporations each of 
which is controlled by that other; or 

(ft) it is a subsidiary of a corporation that is that 
other's subsidiary. 

(6) For the purposes of this section, a corporation 
shall be deemed to be controlled by another person or 
corporation or by two or more corporations if, 

(a) shares of the first mentioned corporation car- 
rying more than 50 per cent of the votes for 
the election of directors are held otherwise 
than by way of security only, by or for the 
benefit of such other person or by or for the 
benefit of such other corporations; and 

(b) the votes carried by such shares are sufficient 
if exercised to elect a majority of the board of 
directors of the first mentioned corpora- 
tion. O. Reg. 163/83, s. 5. 

6. — (1) Subject to subsections (2), (3), (4) and (5) 
and to section 7, the Minister may make a grant on 
receipt of a claim therefor to an eligible employer 
whose application has been approved under section 4, 
in the amount of $1.25 an hour for each hour that an 
eligible employee has worked and been paid by such 
employer during the period of eligibility. 

(2) Subject to subsection (3), no grant under sub- 
section (1) shall be paid in respect of, 

(a) more than forty hours per week in respect of 
each eligible employee; 

(b) more than 4,000 hours of employment pro- 
vided by an employer at a business location; 
or 

(c) more than twenty weeks of employment in 
respect of each eligible position. 



(3) Where an employer is eligible to receive a grant 
in respect of part but not all of the hours worked by an 
eligible employee, the amount of the grant may be 
prorated. 

(4) Subject to subsection (5), no grant shall be paid 
under subsection (1) in respect of any employee hired 
under the Program unless, 



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(a) the employee was given employment for 
twenty-five or more hours a week for eight or 
more consecutive weeks during the period of 
eligibility; 

(ft) the employee was resident and eligible to 
work in Ontario during the period of eligi- 
bility; 

(c) the employee was at least fifteen years of age 
but had not attained the age of twenty-five 
years on the 11th day of April, 1983; 

(d) the employer is not a related person, within 
the meaning of subsection 4 (2) of the Act; 
and 

(e) the employee was paid wages or salary of at 
least SI. 25 for each hour worked by the 
employee under the Program. 

(5) Notwithstanding subsection (4) and after taking 
into consideration the factors set out in subsection 4 
(4), the Minister has discretion to pay a grant in respect 
of the hours worked by an eligible employee where 
that employee was not given employment for twenty- 
five or more hours a week for eight or more consecu- 
tive weeks during the period of eligibility. O. Reg. 
163/83, s. 6. 



7. — (1) A claim for a grant under section 6 shall be 
made in the form provided by the Ministry for that 
purpose and shall contain, 

(a) a statement signed by the employer certifying 
that in respect of each eligible employee in 
respect of whom a grant is claimed, 

(i) the employer has not applied for and 
will not apply for any subsidy, grant 
or other funding from the Govern- 
ment of Canada, the government of 
any province or a municipality in 
respect of the wages or salary of the 
employee, 

(ii) the employer is not a related person 
within the meaning of subsection 4 (2) 
of the Act, and 

(iii) the employee was paid wages or sal- 
ary of at least $1.25 for each hour 
worked by the employee under the 
Program; and 

(ft) a statement signed by each eligible employee 
certifying that the statements and informa- 
tion contained in the claim for a grant 
regarding the employee, including the 
number of hours worked by him or her to and 
including the date of signing, are true and 
correct in all respects and that the employee 
has been paid in respect of the hours worked. 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 164/83 
(2) No grant is payable under section 6, 



1613 



(a) to an employer who has not made the state- 
ment required by clause (1) (a); or 

(b) in respect of an employee who has not made 
the statement required by clause (1) (ft). 

(3) No grant is payable under section 6 unless the 
claim therefor has been received by the Minister on or 
before the 31st day of January, 1984. 

(4) Notwithstanding subsections (1) and (2), where 
a claim for a grant has been completed but the requi- 
site statement by an employee has not been signed, the 
Minister may accept the claim if satisfied that, 

(a) the provisions of section 6 have been com- 
plied with; 

(ft) the statements and information contained in 
the claim regarding the employee, including 
the number of hours worked by the employee 
to and including the date that the claim is 
made, are true and correct in all respects and 
that the employee has been paid in respect of 
the hours worked; and 

(c) all reasonable efforts have been made by the 
employer to obtain the employee's signa- 
ture. O. Reg. 163/83, s. 7. 

8. A return under section 5 of the Act shall be in the 
form provided by the Ministry for that purpose and 
shall be made within thirty days after the mailing of 
the form by the Ministry. O. Reg. 163/83, s. 8. 



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IS 



SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT 
CORPORATIONS ACT 

O. Reg. 164/83. 
Delegation of Powers. 
Made— March 18th, 1983. 
Filed— March 24th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 913 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT 

CORPORATIONS ACT 

1. — (1) Subsection 1 (2) of Regulation 913 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor 

(2) The officers of the Ministry of Revenue holding 
the positions of Director of the Motor Fuels and 
Tobacco Tax Branch, and Senior Manager, Legisla- 
tion and Planning of the Motor Fuels and Tobacco 



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O. Reg. 165/83 



Tax Branch, may exercise the powers and perform the 
duties of the Minister under the following sections of 
the Act: 

1. Subsection 5 (2). 

2. Section 8. 

3. Subsections 20 (3) and (4). O. Reg. 164/83, 
s. 1 (1). 

(2) Subsection 1 (3) of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(3) The officers of the Ministry of Revenue holding 
the positions of Director of the Motor Fuels and 
Tobacco Tax Branch, and Manager, Operations and 
Finance of the Motor Fuels and Tobacco Tax Branch, 
may exercise the powers and perform the duties of the 
Minister under the following sections of the Act: 

1. Subsection 17 (3). 

2. Section 27. O. Reg. 164/83, s. 1 (2). 

(3) Section 1 of the said Regulation is amended by 
adding thereto the following subsections: 

(4) The officers of the Ministry of Revenue holding 
the positions of Director of the Motor Fuels and 
Tobacco Tax Branch, Manager, Operations and 
Finance of the Motor Fuels and Tobacco Tax Branch, 
Director of the Special Investigations Branch, and 
Senior Manager, Operations of the Special Investi- 
gations Branch, may exercise the powers and perform 
the duties of the Minister under section 18 of the Act. 



(5) The powers and duties conferred or imposed on 
the Minister as a result of the reference in section 3 1 of 
the Act to the provisions of sections 86 and 87 of the 
Corporations Tax Act may be exercised by the officers 
of the Ministry of Revenue holding the following posi- 
tions: 

1. Director of the Motor Fuels and Tobacco 
Tax Branch, and Manager, Operations and 
Finance of the Motor Fuels and Tobacco Tax 
Branch, under, 

(a) clauses 86 (1) (a), (b) and (c); 

(b) subsections 86 (2), (3), (5) and (7); and 

(c) subsections 87 (1), (2) and (3). 

2. Director of the Legal Services Branch, under 
subsections 86 (2), (3), (4) and (7). 

3. Director of the Special Investigations 
Branch, and Senior Manager, Operations of 
the Special Investigations Branch, under 



subsections 86 (2), (3) and (5). O. Reg. 164/ 
83, s. 1 (3). 

2. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come 
into force on the 7th day of March, 1983. 

George Ashe 
Minister of Revenue 

Dated at Toronto, this 18th day of March, 1983. 

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CONDOMINIUM ACT 

O. Reg. 165/83. 

General. 

Made— March 24th, 1983. 

Filed— March 25th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 121 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

CONDOMINIUM ACT 

1. Section 11 of Regulation 121 of Revised Regu- 
lations of Ontario, 1980 is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 

11. A notice of a resolution changing the address for 
service and the mailing address of a condominium cor- 
poration under subsection 3 (7) of the Act shall be in 
Form 12 and shall be recorded in the Condominium 
Corporations Index. O. Reg. 165/83, s. 1. 

2. Subsection 17 (1) of the said Regulation, as 
remade by section 4 of Ontario Regulation 
348/82, is revoked and the following substi- 
tuted therefor: 

(1) The description of a unit and common interest in 
an instrument received for registration shall com- 
prise the unit number, the level number or letter, the 
identification of the condominium plan and a reference 
to the name of the municipality in which the con- 
dominium is situate at the time of execution of the 
instrument. 

(la) The description of the unit referred to in sub- 
section (1) shall include a reference to the land registry 
office in which the plan is registered, and may include 
a reference to the appurtenant common interest with 
or without a specification of the percentage stated in 
the declaration. O. Reg. 165/83, s. 2. 

3. Form 1 of the said Regulation is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor: 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
Form 1 

Condominium Act 
CONDOMINIUM CORPORATIONS INDEX 



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Registration 

No. of 
Declaration 


Registration 
Date 


Full Name 

of 
Corporation 


Address 

for 
Service 


Mailing 
Address 


Land 














Condominium 
Corporation 
No 



O. Reg. 165/83, s. 3. 



4. Form 12 of the said Regulation, as amended by section 11 of Ontario Regulation 348/82, is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor: 



Form 12 

Condominium Act 

NOTICE OF CHANGE OF ADDRESS 
(UNDER SUBSECTION 3 (7) OF THE ACT) 

TO: The Land Registrar for the Land Titles {or Registry) 

Division of 

NOTICE is hereby given that 

Condominium Corporation No , by resolution duly passed by the Board of 

Directors on the day of , 19... changed, 

□ (a) its address for service to 

□ (b) its mailing address to 



Dated: 



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Signed . 



Secretary (or other 
authorized officer) 



O. Reg. 165/83, s. 4. 
15 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

LAND TITLES ACT 

O. Reg. 166/83. 
Land Titles Divisions. 
Made— March 24th, 1983. 
Filed— March 25th, 1983. 



O. Reg. 166/83 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 550/81 

MADE UNDER THE 

LAND TITLES ACT 

1. Clause 1 (5) (a) of Ontario Regulation 550/81 is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(a) a reference in the Schedule to a county, 
territorial district, geographic township, 
municipality, regional municipality or met- 
ropolitan municipality, is a reference to such 
county, territorial district, geographic 
township, municipality, regional municipal- 
ity or metropolitan municipality, as it existed 
on the 31st day of December, 1980; 

2.— (1) Items 17, 21, 23, 34 and 35 of the Schedule 
to the said Regulation are revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 



17. NIPISSING (No. 36) 



North Bay 



All of the Territorial District of Nipissing. (See 
Note 1) 



21. 



PARRY SOUND 

(No. 42) 



Parry Sound All of the Territorial District of Parry Sound. 

(See Note 1) 



34. YORK REGION 

(No. 65) 



35. METROPOLITAN 
TORONTO (No. 66) 



Newmarket 



Toronto 



All of The Regional Municipality of York as it 
existed on the 3rd day of September, 1982. (See 
Note 2) 

All of The Municipality of Metropolitan 
Toronto as it existed on the 3rd day of Sep- 
tember, 1982. (See Note 2) 



(2) The said Schedule is amended by adding at the end thereof the following notes: 

Note 1. (Re: Town of Kearney) The Land Titles Division of Parry Sound includes those portions of the 
geographic townships of Butt and McCraney described in Schedule C to The District of Parry Sound 
Local Government Act, 1979. 

Note 2. The northern boundary of The Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto is the northern limit of the 
sixty-six foot wide original road allowance that now forms part of Steeles Avenue. See Order No. 
M820055, dated the 3rd day of September, 1982, made by the Ontario Municipal Board under the 
Municipal Corporations Quieting Orders Act. 

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O. Reg. 167/83 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
REGISTRY ACT 

O. Reg. 167/83. 
Registry Divisions. 
Made— March 24th, 1983. 
Filed— March 25th, 1983. 



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REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 551/81 

MADE UNDER THE 

REGISTRY ACT 

1. Clause 1 (4) (a) of Ontario Regulation 551/81 is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(a) a reference in the Schedule to a county, 
territorial district, geographic township, 
municipality, regional municipality or met- 
ropolitan municipality is a reference to such 
county, territorial district, geographic 
township, municipality, regional municipal- 
ity or metropolitan municipality, as it existed 
on the 31st day of December, 1980; 

2. — (1) Items 34, 40, 61 and 62 of the Schedule to the said Regulation are revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 



34. NIPISSING (No. 36) 



North Bay 



All of the Territorial District of Nipissing. (See 
Note 1) 



40. PARRY SOUND (No. 42) Parry Sound 



All of the Territorial District of Parry Sound. 
(See Note 1) 



61. 



TORONTO BOROUGHS 

(No. 64) 



Toronto 



62. YORK REGION (No. 65) Newmarket 



All of The Municipality of Metropolitan 
Toronto as it existed on the 3rd day of Sep- 
tember, 1982, except the City of Toronto. (See 
Note 2) 

All of The Regional Municipality of York as it 
existed on the 3rd day of September, 1982. (See 
Note 2) 



(2) The said Schedule is amended by adding at the end thereof the following notes: 

Note 1 . (Re: Town of Kearney) The Registry Division of Parry Sound includes those portions of the geographic 
townships of Butt and McCraney described in Schedule C to The District of Parry Sound Local 
Government Act, 1979. 

Note 2. The northern boundary of The Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto is the northern limit of the 
sixty-six foot wide original road allowance that now forms part of Steeles Avenue. See Order No. 
M820055, dated the 3rd day of September, 1982, made by the Ontario Municipal Board under the 
Municipal Corporations Quieting Orders Act. 



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O. Reg. 169/83 



REGISTRY ACT 

O. Reg. 168/83. 
Canada Lands. 
Made— March 24th, 1983. 
Filed— March 25th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 894 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

REGISTRY ACT 

1. — (1) Item 38 in Column 2 of the Schedule to 
Regulation 894 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor: 

38. Indian Reserves 
Scugog No. 34 

(2) Item 49 in Column 2 of the said Schedule is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

49. Indian Reserves 
Christian Islands 
No. 30 (3 islands) 
Christian Island 
No. 30A (Part of 
Lot 20, Con. XXI, 
Twp. of Tiny) 

Rama No. 32 



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15 



REGISTRY ACT 

O. Reg. 169/83. 

Surveys, Plans and Descriptions 

of Land. 
Made— March 24th, 1983. 
Filed— March 25th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 898 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

REGISTRY ACT 

1. Section 2 of Regulation 898 of Revised Regula- 
tions of Ontario, 1980 is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

2. — (1) Subject to subsection (2), this Regulation 
does not apply to, 

(a) a plan under the Navigable Waters Protec- 
tion Act (Canada); 



(b) a preliminary plan authorized by an Act of 
Canada or Ontario; 

(c) an order under section 7, 29, 36, 37, 40, 41 or 
42 of the Public Transportation and Highway 
Improvement Act; 

(d) a deed or a transfer given by the Director 
under the Veterans' Land Act (Canada) 
where the instrument by which the Director 
acquired title was registered before the 1st 
day of July, 1964, and where the deed or 
transfer includes all the land described in the 
instrument by which the Director acquired 
title; 

(e) lots created by a plan under the Cemeteries 

Act; 

(/) a plan illustrating a gas storage area desig- 
nated under the Ontario Energy Board Act; 

(g) a plan to illustrate land intended to be 
expropriated under an Act of Canada where 
the expropriating authority undertakes to 
register, either separately or as a part of an 
instrument, a plan of survey of land so 
expropriated; 

(h) a sketch under subsection 75 (2) of the 
Registry Act; 

(i) an agreement under the Forestry Act; 

(j) an Index Plan under section 147 of the Land 
Titles Act; 

(k) a Registrar's Compiled Plan; or 

(/) an order of the Ontario Municipal Board 
referred to in section 63 of the Registry Act. 

(2) Notwithstanding subsection (1), 

(a) sections 3 and 20 apply to Preliminary 
Assumption Plans under subsection 8 (2) of 
the Public Transportation and Highway 
Improvement Act; 

(ft) section 3, subsection 37 (3) and sections 38 
and 43 apply to preliminary plans under sub- 
section 9 (5) of the Expropriations Act; 

(c) section 56 applies to the orders under the 
Public Transportation and Highway 
Improvement Act referred to in clause (1) (c); 

(d) section 52 applies to sketches under subsec- 
tion 75 (2) of the Registry Act; and 

(e) section 3 applies to Registrar's Compiled 
Plans. O. Reg. 169/83, s. 1. 

2. Subsection 3 (3) of the said Regulation, exclus- 
ive of the clauses, is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 



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(3) Where a plan is submitted to the examiner for 
approval under subsection (2), the examiner shall 
approve the plan and endorse his approval thereon 
where he is satisfied that the survey and the plan 
satisfy the requirements of, 



3. Section 18 of the said Regulation is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor: 

18. Where a plan shows a part of a street or high- 
way that has been stopped up or closed, a reference to 
the by-law or other instrument by which the street or 
highway was stopped up or closed and to the registra- 
tion number of the by-law, if passed after the 29th day 
of March, 1873, or other instrument shall be included 
on the plan. O. Reg. 169/83, s. 3. 

4. Section 23 of the said Regulation is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor: 

23. Where the approval of the examiner is required 
to be endorsed on a plan, an approval block in Form 2 
shall be included on the plan. O. Reg. 169/83, s. 4. 

5. — (1) Subsection 28 (1) of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(1) Subject to subsection (la), the original plan and 
three paper prints of the plan shall be delivered to the 
Land Registrar, together with the depositor's dupli- 
cate, if any, at the time a reference plan is delivered to 
the Land Registrar for deposit. 

( la ) Where the land is situate in a regional munici- 
pality, one additional paper print of the plan shall be 
delivered to the Land Registrar. O. Reg. 169/83, 
s. 5 (1). 

(2) Clause 28 (4) (d) of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(d) deliver one paper print to, 

(i) the regional office of the Assessment 
Division of the Ministry of Revenue, 

(ii) the clerk of the municipality for the 
municipality in which the land is 
situate, and 

(iii) the clerk of the regional municipality, 
where the land is situate in a regional 
municipality. RRO. 1980, Reg. 898, 
s. 28 (4); O. Reg. 169/83, s. 5 (2). 

6. Subsection 35 (2) of the said Regulation is 
revoked. 



7. Clause 55 (h) of the said Regulation is amended 
by striking out "23rd" in the seventh line and 
inserting in lieu thereof "29th". 



8. — (1) Subsection 56 (1) of the said Regulation, as 
amended by section 7 of Ontario Regulation 
552/81, is further amended by adding thereto 
the following clause: 

(oa) the Shoreline Property Assistance Act. 

(2) Section 56 of the said Regulation is amended by 
adding thereto the following subsection: 

(5) Where an instrument presented for registration 
is a certificate of discharge of mortgage for registration 
under the Registry Act that purports to discharge all of 
the mortgaged land, the certificate shall contain a ref- 
erence to each lot and plan or lot and concession as 
referred to in the mortgage but it shall not be necessary 
to repeat the full description as contained in the 
mortgage. O. Reg. 169/83, s. 8 (2). 

9. Form 3 of the said Regulation is revoked. 
O. Reg. 169/83, s. 9. 

10. — (1) This Regulation, except section 5, comes 
into force on the day it is filed with the Regis- 
trar of Regulations. 

(2) Section 5 comes into force on the 1st day of 
June, 1983. 



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IS 



LAND TITLES ACT 

O. Reg. 170/83. 
Forms, Records and Procedures. 
Made— March 24th, 1983. 
Filed— March 25th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 75/82 

MADE UNDER THE 

LAND TITLES ACT 

1. Subsection 1 (1) of Ontario Regulation 75/82 is 
amended by adding thereto the following 
clause: 

(aa) "land" means land, tenements, heredita- 
ments and appurtenances and any estate or 
interest therein; 

2. Subclause 2 (1) (b) (vi) of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(vi) a full description of the subject land, 
including any easement or other right 
to which the land is subject or that is 
appurtenant to the land with which 
the instrument or document purports 
to deal, or a reference to an identical 
description previously set out in full, 



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3. Section 13 of the said Regulation is amended by 
adding thereto the following subsections: 

(2) Where an application to amend the register is 
based on a judgment or order of a court or judge, 

(a) the application shall be supported by an 
affidavit of a solicitor deposing, 

(i) that the judgment or order is still in 
full force and effect, and has not been 
stayed, and 

(ii) that the judgment or order affects or 
relates to the land referred to in the 
application, unless the land is unam- 
biguously identified in the judgment 
or order as being the land described in 
the register; and 

(b) subject to subsections (3) and (4), the judg- 
ment or order shall be in the form of, 

(i) a certificate signed by the proper 
officer of the court setting forth the 
substance and effect of the judgment 
or order, 

(ii) a copy of the judgment or order cer- 
tified as such by the proper officer of 
the court, 

(iii) the original judgment or order under 
the seal of the court, or 

(iv) a notarial copy of the original judg- 
ment or order, certified copy or cer- 
tificate, if the original judgment or 
order, certified copy or certificate is 
produced to the land registrar with 
the notarial copy for verification of 
the correctness of the notarial copy. 



(3) Where an application to amend the register is 
based on a judgment or final order of foreclosure of a 
charge or mortgage, the application shall be supported 
by a certificate of the judgment or order under the seal 
of the court, that includes a registrable description of 
the land and the registration number of the charge or 
mortgage. 



(4) Where an application to amend the register is 
based on an order discharging or vacating a 
mechanics' lien or vacating a certificate of action under 
the Mechanics' Lien Act, the application shall be sup- 
ported by the order or a certificate thereof, under the 
seal of the court, that includes a registrable description 
of the land and the registration number of every regis- 
tered claim for lien and certificate of action affected 
thereby. O. Reg. 170/83, s. 3. 

4. — (1) Subsection 15 (1) of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 



(1) Except as provided in section 13, a judgment or 
order of a court or judge affecting or relating to regis- 
tered land shall not be registered unless accompanied 
by an application in Form 19. O. Reg. 170/83, 
s. 4 (1). 

(2) Clause 15 (2) (b) of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(b) affects or relates to the land referred to in 
the application. O. Reg. 75/82, s. 15 (2); 
O. Reg. 170/83, s. 4 (2). 

(3) Subsections 15 (4) and (5) of the said Regulation 
are revoked. 

(4) Subsection 15 (6) of the said Regulation, as 
made by section 3 of Ontario Regulation 350/82, 
is revoked. 

5. The said Regulation is amended by adding 
thereto the following sections: 

15a. A certificate of action under the Mechanics' 
Lien Act shall not be registered unless it is under the 
seal of the court and includes a registrable description 
of the land and the registration number of the claim for 
lien to which the certificate relates. O. Reg. 170/83, 
s. 5, part. 



17a. — (1) An instrument executed under a power of 
attorney shall not be registered unless accompanied by 
an affidavit by the attorney or, where the attorney is a 
corporation, by an officer thereof, deposing that the 
power of attorney is still in full force and effect and has 
not been revoked. 

(2) Where an instrument to which subsection (1) 
applies is required to be supported by an affidavit in 
Form 21 as to age or spousal status, the deposition 
required by subsection (1) may be included in that 
affidavit. 

(3) Subject to subsection (2), the affidavit required 
by subsection (1) shall be in Form 21a. O. Reg. 170/ 
83, s. 5, part. 

6. Section 25a of the said Regulation, as made by 
section 6 of Ontario Regulation 350/82, is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

25a. A tax deed under the Municipal Act or tax 
arrears certificate under the Municipal Affairs Act in 
respect of land in a local municipality referred to in the 
Schedule to section 31a of Regulation 896 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980, shall not be registered 
unless it complies with the said section 31a. O. Reg. 
170/83, s. 6. 

7. Subsection 40 (2) of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 



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(2) Each parcel of land separately entered in the 
title register shall be identified by a separate parcel 
number and, when a part of a parcel is transferred, a 
new parcel register shall be opened for the part and the 
new parcel register shall refer to the parcel number of 
the original parcel register and of the immediately pre- 
ceding parcel register. O. Reg. 170/83, s. 7. 

8. — (1) Subsection 52 (2) of the said Regulation, as 
made by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 323/ 
82, is revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 171/83 1621 
under power of attorney registered as No. 

in the Land Registry Office for the 

Land Titles Division of 

or (b) I am the attorney for (name of corpora- 
tion) under power of attorney regis- 
tered as No in the Land Registry 

Office for the Land Titles Division of .... 



(2) Notwithstanding subsection (1), the land regis- 
try offices for the land tides divisions of Peel (No. 43), 
York Region (No. 65) and Metropolitan Toronto (No. 
66) shall be kept open from 9.30 o'clock in the forenoon 
until 5.30 o'clock in the afternoon, local time, on, 

(a) the 31st day of May, 1983; 

(b) the 17th and 30th days of June, 1983; 

(c) the 29th day of July, 1983; and 

(d) the 31st day of August, 1983, 

and no instrument shall be received for registration 
in those offices on those days except within those 
hours. O. Reg. 170/83, s. 8 (1). 

(2) Subsection 52 (3) of the said Regulation, as 
made by section 9 of Ontario Regulation 350/ 
82, is revoked. 

9. The heading to Form 19 of the said Regulation 
is revoked and the following substituted there- 
for: 

APPLICATION TO REGISTER JUDGMENT 
OR ORDER 

(Section 15) 



10. The said Regulation is further amended by- 
adding thereto the following Form: 

Form 21a 

Land Titles Act 
AFFIDAVIT AS TO POWER OF ATTORNEY 



I. 



of the of 



in the of 

make oath and say: 



1. (a) I am the (officer) of the (name of cor- 
poration) the attorney for 



2. The power of attorney is in full force and 
effect and has not been revoked. 



(signature) 



SWORN before me 

at the 

in the 

of 

this day of . . . 

A Commissioner, etc. 



O. Reg. 170/83, s. 10. 

11. Sections 5 and 10 of this Regulation come into 
force on the 1st day of June, 1983. 



19. 



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15 



REGISTRY ACT 

O. Reg. 171/83. 
Forms and Records. 
Made— March 24th, 1983. 
Filed— March 25th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 896 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

REGISTRY ACT 

1. Subsection 4 (2) of Regulation 896 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as remade by 
section 2 of Ontario Regulation 351/82, is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(2) Notwithstanding subsection (1), the land regis- 
try' offices for the registry divisions of Peel (No. 43) and 
York Region (No. 65) shall be kept open from 9.30 



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o'clock in the forenoon until 5.30 o'clock in the after- 
noon, local time, on, 

(a) the 31st day of May, 1983; 

(6) the 17th and 30th days of June, 1983; 

(c) the 29th day of July, 1983; and 

(d) the 31st day of August, 1983, 

and no instrument shall be received for registration 
in those offices on those days except within those 
hours. O. Reg. 171/83, s. 1. 

2. — (1) Clause 11 (1) (d) of the said Regulation, as 
remade by subsection 4 (1) of Ontario Regula- 
tion 351/82, is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor: 

(d) in the case of a mortgage or other instrument 
securing an amount of money, a claim for 
mechanic's lien or a notice or other instru- 
ment referring to land as security under the 
Bank Act (Canada), the amount secured, if 
disclosed; 

(2) Subsection 11 (4) of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(4) Subsection (2) applies in respect of instruments 
registered and documents deposited on and after the 
1st day of April, 1981. O. Reg. 171/83, s. 2 (2). 

3. Section 18 of the said Regulation is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor: 

18. An affidavit required by section 26 of the Act 
shall be in Form 16, except where the person executing 
the instrument is a corporation. O. Reg. 171/83, s. 3. 

4. The said Regulation is amended by adding 
thereto the following section: 

20a . — ( 1) An instrument executed under a power of 
attorney shall not be registered unless accompanied by 
an affidavit by the attorney or, where the attorney is a 
corporation, by an officer thereof, deposing that the 
power of attorney is still in full force and effect and has 
not been revoked. 

(2) Where an instrument to which subsection (1) 
applies is required to be supported by an affidavit in 
Form 20 as to age or spousal status, the deposition 
required by subsection (1) may be included in that 
affidavit. 

(3) Subject to subsection (2), the affidavit required 
by subsection (1) shall be in Form 19a. O. Reg. 171/ 

83, s. 4. 

5. Section 29 of the said Regulation, as amended 
by section 15 of Ontario Regulation 351/82, is 
revoked, and the following substituted therefor: 



29. — (1) Subject to subsection (2) of this section and 
to clauses 7 (1) (b) and 31 (1) (a) and subsections 45 (2) 
and 52 (2) of Regulation 898 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980, an instrument shall not be registered if 
its dimensions are greater than 8!^ inches by fourteen 
inches. 

(2) A copy of a regulation made under subsection 6 
(1) of the Aeronautics Act (Canada) and the plan and 
description to which the regulation refers may exceed 
the dimensions prescribed by subsection (1), but shall 
not exceed fourteen inches by twenty inches. 

(3) Where the dimensions of a regulation, descrip- 
tion or plan to which subsection (2) applies exceed 8V2 
inches by fourteen inches, one additional copy shall be 
delivered to the land registrar at the time of deposit 
thereof for registration, for retention by the land 
registrar. O. Reg. 171/83, s. 5. 

6. — (1) Subsection 30a (2) of the said Regulation, 
as made by section 17 of Ontario Regulation 
351/82, is revoked and the following substi- 
tuted therefor: 

(2) Subsection (1) does not prohibit the use of a 
colour other than black for, 

(a) ruled lines, including underlines, margins 
and borders intended to facilitate reading, 
render a distinctive appearance or for a 
similar purpose, except where such lines 
appear to be intended to delete portions of 
the text; 

(b) printed words, emblems, symbols, logos or 
similar designs intended to identify the form, 
the stationer, an institutional lender or for a 
similar purpose, the omission of which would 
not alter the legal effect of the instrument; 

(c) the seal of a court or of a land registry office 
on a certificate or other instrument; or 

(d) a plan of land affected by a regulation made 
under subsection 6 (1) of the Aeronautics Act 
(Canada). O. Reg. 171/83, s. 6 (1). 

(2) Section 30a of the said Regulation, as made by 
section 17 of Ontario Regulation 351/82, is 
amended by adding ihereto the following sub- 
section: 

(4) Where any part of the text of an instrument 
appears to be printed in the colour of the paper against 
a black background the instrument shall not be 
accepted for registration. O. Reg. 171/83, s. 6 (2). 

7. Section 306 of the said Regulation, as made by 
section 17 of Ontario Regulation 351/82, is 
amended by adding thereto the following sub- 
section: 

(3) Where any part of an instrument appears to be 
printed or written on a background of grey or a colour 



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other than that of the paper the instrument shall not be 
accepted for registration. O. Reg. 171/83, s. 7. 



8. Section 30c of the said Regulation, as made by 
section 17 of Ontario Regulation 351/82, is 
revoked. 



9. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding thereto the following section: 



31a. A tax deed under the Municipal Act or a tax 
arrears certificate under the Municipal Affairs Act in 
respect of land that, on the date of the deed or certifi- 
cate, was in a local municipality referred to in the 
following Schedule shall not be registered under the 
Land Titles Act or the Registry Act unless it bears the 
inked imprint of a stamp in one of the following forms 
and the imprint is signed by or includes a facsimile of 
the signature of the Director of the Land Management 
Branch of the Ministry of Natural Resources and is 
embossed with the seal of that Ministry: 




The lands herein described are liable 
for acreage tax under the Mining Act. 
This certificate therefore affects the 
SURFACE RIGHTS ONLY. 



Director, 

Land Management Branch 

Ministry of Natural Resources 




The lands herein described are not 
included in the acreage tax roll under 
the Mining Act. 



Director, 

Land Management Branch 

Ministry of Natural Resources 



Schedule 



Column I 



Column n 



Item 



County, District, etc. 



Local Municipalities 



1. County of Frontenac 



2. County of Haliburton 

3. County of Hastings 



Townships of 

Barrie, Bedford, 

Clarendon and Miller, 

Hinchinbrooke, 

Kennebec, 

Loughborough, 

Olden, 

Palmerston and North and South Canonto, 

Portland, 

Storrington. 

All 

Townships of 

Dungannon, 

Elzevir and Grimsthorpe, 

Faraday, 

Herschel, 

Hungerford, 

Huntingdon, 

Limerick, 

Madoc, 

Marmora and Lake, 

Mayo, 

Monteagle, 

Rawdon, 

Tudor and Cashel, 

Wollaston. 



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Column I 



Column II 



Item County, District, etc. 



Local Municipalities 



4. County of Lanark 



5. County of Leeds 



6. County of Lennox and Addington 



Townships of 

Bathurst, 

Darling, 

Lavant, Dalhousie and North Sherbrooke, 

North Burgess. 

Township of 

Bastard and South Burgess. 

Townships of 

Denbigh, Abinger and Ashby, 

Kaladar, Anglesea and Effingham, 

Sheffield. 



7. County of Northumberland 



8. County of Peterborough 



9. County of Renfrew 



10. County of Victoria 



Township of 
Seymour. 

Townships of 

Belmont and Methuen, 

Burleigh and Anstruther, 

Chandos, 

Galway and Cavendish, 

Harvey. 

Townships of 

Admaston, 

Alice and Fraser, 

Bagot and Blithfield, 

Brougham, 

Brudenell and Lyndoch, 

Grattan, 

Griffith and Matawatchan, 

Hagarty and Richards, 

Raglan, 

Ross, 

Sebastopol. 

Townships of 

Laxton, Digby and Longford, 

Somerville. 



11. 


The Regional Municipality of 
Haldimand-Norfolk 


Town of Haldin 


12. 


District of Algoma 


All 


13. 


District of Cochrane 


All 


14. 


District of Kenora 


All 


15. 


District of Manitoulin 


Townships of 

Assiginack, 

Howland. 


16. 


The District Municipality of 
Muskoka 


Townships of 
Georgian Bay, 
Lake of Bays, 
Muskoka Lakes 



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Column I 



Column n 



Item 



County, District, etc. 



Local Municipalities 



17. District of Nipissing 

18. District of Parry Sound 



19. District of Rainy River 

20. District of Sudbury 

21. District of Thunder Bay 

22. District of Timiskaming 



All 

Town of Kearney, 

Townships of 

The Archipelago, 

Armour, 

Carling, 

Chapman, 

Foley, 

North Himsworth, 

South Himsworth, 

Humphrey, 

McDougall. 

McKellar, 

McMurrich, 

Xipissing, 

Ryerson, 

Strong. 

All 

All (including all local municipalities in The 
Regional Municipality of Sudbury). 



All 
All 



O. Reg. 171/83, s. 9. 



10. — (1) Subsection 32 (3) of the said Regulation, as 
amended by subsections 19 (4), (5) and (6) of 
Ontario Regulation 351/82, exclusive of the 
clauses, is revoked and the following substi- 
tuted therefor 

(3) The requirements in clause 45 (1) (b) of the Act 
for recording on photographic film and in subsection 
(2) of this section for microfilming, do not apply to, 



(2) The said subsection 32 (3) is further amended 
by striking out "or" at the end of clause (t), by 
adding "or" at the end of clause («) and by 
adding thereto the following clause: 

(v) a plan of land affected by a regulation made 
under subsection 6 (1) of the Aeronautics Act 
(Canada) where the dimensions of the plan 
exceed 8>/2 inches by fourteen inches. 

11. The heading to Form 16 of the said Regulation, 
as remade by section 34 of Ontario Regulation 
351/82, is revoked and the following substi- 
tuted therefor: 

AFFIDAVIT OF SUBSCRIBING WITNESS 

UNDER SUBSECTION 25 (1) OR SECTION 26 

OF THE ACT" 



12. Form 17 of the said Regulation is revoked. 



13. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding thereto the following Form: 



Form 19a 

Registry Act 

AFFIDAVIT AS TO POWER OF ATTORNEY 



of the of 



in the of 

make oath and say: 

1. (a) I am the (officer) of the (name of cor- 
poration) the attorney for 

under power of attorney registered as No. 

in the Land Registry Office for the 

Registry Division of 



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or (ft) I am the attorney for (name of corpora- 
tion) under power of attorney regis- 
tered as No in the Land Registry 

Office for the Registry Division of 



2. The power of attorney is in full force and 
effect and has not been revoked. 



SWORN before me 

at the 

in the 

of 

this day of . . . 



19. 



A Commissioner, etc. 



(signature) 



O. Reg. 171/83, s. 13. 

14. Sections 4 and 13 of this Regulation come into 
force on the 1st day of June, 1983. 



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15 



ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT 

O. Reg. 172/83. 
Disposable Containers for Milk. 
Made— March 24th, 1983. 
Filed— March 25th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 306 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT 

1. Regulation 306 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 is amended by adding thereto the 
following section: 

4. — (1) In this section, 

(a) "recyclable container" means a disposable 
container for which a deposit is charged in 
accordance with an agreement between the 
Minister and the person who fills and dis- 
tributes the container providing for the 
recycling of the empty used containers; and 



O. Reg. 173/83 



(b) "user of a recyclable container" means a per- 
son who fills, distributes or sells at retail, a 
recyclable container in compliance with the 
provisions of an agreement referred to in 
clause (a). 



(2) Users of recyclable containers are classified and 
are a class of persons that is exempt from the provi- 
sions of section 3. O. Reg. 172/83, s. 1. 



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15 



POWER CORPORATION ACT 

O. Reg. 173/83. 
Pension and Insurance Plan. 
Made— March 16th, 1983. 
Approved — March 24th, 1983. 
Filed— March 25th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 796 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

POWER CORPORATION ACT 

1. Section 1 of Regulation 796 of Revised Regula- 
tions of Ontario, 1980 is amended by adding 
thereto the following clause: 

(ka) "extended eligible service" means, 

(i) service with the Corporation during 
which the member was not a member 
of the plan, 

(ii) periods of service, with an employer 
with which the Corporation has 
entered into a reciprocal transfer 
agreement, while not a participant in 
the pension plan of the employer but 
where the employee was a contributor 
to that employer's pension plan or had 
been in employment counting towards 
eligibility for participation in that 
employer's pension plan, 

(iii) periods of active service in the Cana- 
dian Armed Forces or periods of 
active service with allied forces during 
World War II or the Korean War 
where benefits do not accrue for such 
service under a pension plan, 

(iv) periods of short-term appointment to 
the government of Canada or any 
province of Canada or to any board, 
commission, committee or public 
institution established under any Act 
of Canada or any province of Canada 
or periods of short-term loan to a 
union, educational institution or 
charitable organization, with or with- 



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out pay, where benefits do not accrue 
for such service under any pension 
plan, 

(v) periods of short-term layoffs, 

(vi) periods of unpaid sabbatical, educa- 
tional or maternity leave, and 

(vii) any other service accepted under the 
Income Tax Act (Canada) as eligible 
service for the purposes of voluntary 
additional contributions while not a 
contributor to a pension plan; 

2. Subsections 6 (6) and (7) of the said Regulation 
are revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

(6) Where applicable in subsection (1) or clause (2) 
(b) or (5) (b), the percentages shown in Column 1 of 
the Tables will be apportioned for any part of a year. 

(7) Where a member has made the election provided 
for by. 

(a) subclause 23 (1) (b) (ii); 

(b) clause 23 (1) (c); or 

(c) clause 23 (1) (d), 

as the case may be, and subsequently requests and is 
granted a pension under subsection (1) or clause (2) (6) 
or (5) (6), the percentage discount factors shown in the 
said subsection or clauses do not apply and the pension 
payable shall be the actuarial equivalent of the pension 
that would have been payable on his normal retire- 
ment date accrued to the early retirement date. 
O. Reg. 173/83, s. 2. 

3. Subsection 11 (6) of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(6) Except for the purposes of determining continu- 
ous employment under section 23, any period of leave 
of absence for which no contribution is made under 
subsection (3) or (4) shall be excluded in computing a 
member's continuous employment or established ser- 
vice. O. Reg. 173/83, s. 3. 

4. — (1) Subsection 12 (2) of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(2) Subject to subsection (1), credited interest on the 
amount of a member's contributions in the fund shall 
be calculated, 

(a) at the rate of 3 per cent compounded annu- 
ally to the 31st day of December, 1969; 

(b) at the rate of 41/2 per cent compounded annu- 
ally from the 1st day of January, 1970 to the 
31st day of December, 1978; 



(c) at the rate of 6 per cent compounded annu- 
ally from the 1st day of January, 1979 to the 
31st day of December, 1982; and 

(d) compounded annually from the 1st day of 
January-, 1983, at the lesser of, 

(i) a rate calculated at 1 per cent below 
the arithmetic average of the interest 
rates paid by Canadian Chartered 
Banks on non-chequable savings 
deposits and published in the Bank of 
Canada Review for the twelve-month 
period from the 1st day of July to the 
30th day of June immediately pre- 
ceding each calendar year, or 

(ii) a rate calculated at the arithmetic 
average of the annualized monthly 
interest rates earned by the fund on 
short-term investments during the 
same period. O. Reg. 173/83, s. 4 
(1). 

(2) Section 12 of the said Regulation is amended by 
adding thereto the following subsection: 

(3) Notwithstanding subsections (1) and (2), cre- 
dited interest on the amount of voluntary additional 
contributions made in accordance with subsection 
16a (1) shall be calculated at a rate of Vz per cent below 
the arithmetic average of the annualized monthly rates 
earned by the fund on short-term investments for the 
twelve-month period from the 1st day of July to the 
30th day of June immediately preceding each calendar 
year, compounded annually, from the 1st day of 
January, 1983. O. Reg. 173/83, s. 4 (2). 

5. Section 15 of the said Regulation, as amended 
by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 442/82, is 
further amended by adding thereto the follow- 
ing subsections: 

(la) For the purposes of subsection (1), for the 
period during which a member is in receipt of a disa- 
bility income benefit he shall be deemed to have base 
earnings equivalent to his base earnings in effect upon 
expiry of the waiting period referred to in subsection 8 
(2). O. Reg. 173/83, s. 5, part. 



(26) If a pension payable under this section would 
exceed an amount permitted under any other Act, 
the pension shall be appropriately reduced. O. Reg. 
173/83, s. 5, part. 

6. The said Regulation is amended by adding 
thereto the following section: 

16a. — (1) In respect of periods of extended eligible 
service, a member may make voluntary additional 
contributions to the fund subject to the conditions 
established under the Income Tax Act (Canada) and 



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the contributions shall accumulate with credited 
interest calculated in accordance with subsection 12 
(3). 

(2) Upon the death, termination of employment or 
retirement on pension of a member, any voluntary 
additional contributions made by the member under 
subsection (1) together with credited interest shall be 
paid to the member, his beneficiary or estate. 

(3) Voluntary additional contributions made under 
subsection (1) shall not be included in determining the 
period of time during which a member was contribut- 
ing to the fund. O. Reg. 173/83, s. 6. 

7. Subsection 18 (1) of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(1) A member to whom subsection 22 (2) does not 
apply may elect in writing before his retirement date 
that subsection 22 (5) shall not apply, in which case he 
is entitled to an increased pension that shall be the 
actuarial equivalent of the pension under section IS 
and subsection 22 (S). O. Reg. 173/83, s. 7. 

8. Subsection 19 (1) of the said Regulation is 
amended by striking out "subsection 22 (6)" in 
the twelfth line and inserting in lieu thereof 
"subsection 22 (5)". 

9. — (1) Clause 22 (2) (a) of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(a) a member with at least ten years continuous 
employment, who, 

(i) dies during his employment with the 
Corporation, or 

(ii) terminates his employment after the 
31st day of December, 1965 having 
made an election under subclause 23 
(1) (b) (ii) or clause 23 (1) (c) or (d) 
and dies before his retirement date; or 

(2) Paragraph 1 of subsection 22 (2) of the said 
Regulation is amended by striking out "or 
remarriage" in the second line. 

(3) Subsection 22 (4) of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(4) Where a member having at least ten years con- 
tinuous employment dies prior to his retirement date 
and no beneficiary pension is payable under subsection 
(2), 

(a) because of the designation of another 
beneficiary who is not an eligible beneficiary; 

(b) because no eligible beneficiary survived the 
member; or 



there shall be paid to a beneficiary or, if there is no 
beneficiary, to the estate of the member, a death 
benefit equal to the sum of the member's contributions 
to the fund with credited interest minus any amounts 
paid to the member in accordance with section 23. 
O. Reg. 173/83, s. 9 (3). 

(4) Paragraph 1 of subsection 22 (7) of the said 
Regulation is amended by striking out "or 
remarriage" in the second and third lines. 

(5) Subsections 22 (12) and (14) of the said Regula- 
tion are revoked. 

10. Subsections 23 (2) and (4) of the said Regulation 
are revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

(2) Except as may be otherwise expressly provided 
in this Regulation, where a member is entitled to all or 
part of his pension in accordance with subclause (1) (ft) 
(ii) or clause (1) (c) or (d), his rights and privileges 
under this Regulation shall thenceforth be ascertained 
in accordance with the regulations in force at the time 
of termination of employment. O.Reg. 173/83, s. 10, 
part. 



(4) Where a member, to whom subclause (1) (b) (ii) 
applies, has less than ten years of continuous employ- 
ment, and dies before his retirement date, there shall 
be paid to his beneficiary or, if there is no beneficiary 
or the beneficiary has predeceased the member, to the 
estate of the member, a death benefit equal to the sum 
of the member's contributions to the fund with cre- 
dited interest calculated to the date of payment minus 
any amount paid to the member under this section and 
section 22 does not apply. O. Reg. 173/83, s. 10, 
part. 



(c) for any other reason, 



(6) Notwithstanding any other provisions of this 
section, the earned pension of a member who termi- 
nated his employment with the Corporation leaving all 
or part of his contributions in the plan in accordance 
with subclause (1) (b) (ii) or clause (1) (c) or (d) is 
increased, 

(a) by 6 per cent multiplied by the number of 
complete calendar months in 1981 following 
the date on which the member terminated his 
employment with the Corporation and 
divided by twelve where the termination 
occurred in the calendar year 1981; or 

(b) by 6 per cent where the member terminated 
his employment with the Corporation before 
the 1st day of January, 1981. O. Reg. 
173/83, s. 10, part. 

1 1 . Section 26 of the said Regulation is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor: 



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26. — (1) Subject to subsections (2), (3) and (4), 
where the employment of a member terminated 
otherwise than by retirement on pension and he again 
becomes an employee, his eligibility- for membership in 
the plan shall be determined in the same manner as 
any other employee commencing service with the Cor- 
poration. 

(2) Where the employment of a member terminated 
otherwise than by retirement on pension and he again 
becomes an employee within one year after the date of 
termination, 

(a) having elected to leave his contributions in 
the fund in accordance with subclause 23 (1) 
(b) (ii); or 

(b) having made any permissible withdrawal in 
accordance with section 23 and electing to 
repay to the fund the amount so withdrawn 
in a single sum on the date of again becoming 
a member or by deductions from base earn- 
ings during one year after the date of again 
becoming a member, with interest thereon at 
the same rate of interest per annum as pre- 
scribed by clause 12 (2) (d) to the date of 
repayment, 

he shall be deemed to be on leave of absence during the 
period between the date of termination and the date of 
again becoming a member. 

(3) Where the employment of a member terminated 
other than by retirement on pension and he again 
becomes a member of the plan, he may elect to re- 
instate all or part of his previous service while a 
member of the plan commencing with the earliest 
period of such service upon payment into the fund of 
an amount calculated in accordance with subsection 
(4) or (5), subject to a minimum reinstatement of a 
minimum one year of service. 

(4) A member to whom subsection (3) applies who 
makes the election prior to the 1st day of March, 1984 
or within one year after again becoming a member of 
the plan, whichever is later, shall pay into the fund an 
amount equivalent to the amount he would have con- 
tributed to the fund for pension purposes during his 
selected prior service as if his base earnings during that 
period had been the same as his base earnings on the 
most recent occasion when he became a member, 
together with interest thereon at the same rate of 
interest per annum as prescribed by subsections 12 (1) 
and (2) compounded annually from the date of again 
becoming a member to the date of election. 

(5) A member to whom subsection (3) applies who 
does not make the election within the time period pre- 
scribed by subsection (4) may elect to re-instate 
selected prior service at any later time while he is con- 
tributing to the fund and the relevant provisions of 
subsection (4) apply with necessary modifications 
except that the base earnings for the selected prior 
service shall be his base earnings at the time when he 
makes the election. 



(6) Where a member to whom subsection (3) applies 
has left all or part of his contributions with credited 
interest in the fund in accordance with section 23, the 
amount thereof shall be applied on account of the 
amount required to be paid into the fund bv subsection 
(4) or (5). 

(7) Selected prior service re-instated under this sec- 
tion shall be included in determining the period of time 
during which a member was contributing to the fund 
and shall be considered as continuous employment for 
the purposes of clause 1 (x), sections 6 and 22 and 
clause 23 (1) (rf). 

(8) In this section "selected prior service" means the 
service from an earlier period of employment that the 
member wishes to re-instate under subsection (3). 
O. Reg. 173/83, s. 11. 

12. Section 27 of the said Regulation is amended by 
adding thereto the following subsections: 

(4) Upon termination or winding up of the plan the 
assets of the plan may revert to the benefit of the Cor- 
poration after provision has been made for payment of 
all benefits under the terms of the plan to employees, 
former employees, pensioners, beneficiaries, and 
estates in accordance with the Pension Benefits Act. 

(5) In calculating benefits for the purpose of sub- 
section (4), all benefits provided to members of the 
plan in respect of service shall be treated as fully ves- 
ted as of the date of termination or winding up without 
regard to age or service conditions for vesting under 
the terms of the plan. 

(6) Nothing in this Regulation shall be interpreted 
so as to reduce accrued benefits of a member except 
where the plan is wound up or terminated and, as a 
result of insufficient funds, a reduction in benefits is 
authorized by the Department of National Revenue or 
the Pension Commission of Ontario. O. Reg. 173/83, 
s. 12. 



13. Clause 33 (1) (c) of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(c) the first day of the month following the 
month in which the member is entitled to 
receive his first payment under an income 
replacement plan; 

14. Section 40 of the said Regulation is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor 

40. — (1) Subject to subsection (2), within thirty-one 
days after the month in which a member, 

(a) reaches his normal retirement date; 

(b) retires at an early retirement date; or 

(c) terminates his employment otherwise than by 
death or retirement on pension, 



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he may purchase from the insurer, without medical 
examination, an individual policy in a form customar- 
ily issued at that time by the insurer, for which the 
premium rate is the same as would apply to a similar 
policy issued at the then attained age to any individual 
belonging to the same insurance risk for, 

(d) in the case of a member who has reached his 
normal retirement date or has retired at an 
early retirement date, an amount equivalent 
to any optional additional term insurance in 
force immediately prior to such date; or 

(e) in the case of a member whose employment is 
terminated, an amount equivalent to his total 
term insurance in force immediately prior to 
his termination. 

(2) Within thirty-one days after the month in which 
a member commences to receive benefits under an 
income replacement plan, he may purchase from the 
insurer, without medical examination, an individual 
policy, in a form customarily issued at that time by the 
insurer, for which the premium rate is the same as 
would apply to a similar policy issued at the then 
attained age to an individual belonging to the same 
insurance risk for an amount that does not exceed the 
difference if any between the member's total insurance 
in force immediately prior to the commencement of the 
benefits and the insurance in force under subsection 
42 (3). 

(3) Upon termination of benefits under an income 
replacement plan and recommencement of active 
employment, an election made by a member, prior to 
the commencement of the benefits, to be insured for an 
amount greater than the amount specified by clause 30 
(1) (b) is contingent upon his surrender of any indi- 
vidual policy obtained under subsection (2) or the 
submission of evidence of insurability satisfactory to 
the insurer. O. Reg. 173/83, s. 14. 

IS. Subsection 42 (3) of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(3) From the first day of the month coincident with 
or immediately following the first payment received by 
a member under an income replacement plan, he shall 
be insured for an amount equivalent to his base annual 



earnings at the end of the waiting period set out in 
subsection 8 (2) rounded upward to the nearest $500 
and multiplied by two, until the termination of the 
disability income benefits and any election made by 
the member under section 34 or 35 prior to the start of 
payments under an income replacement plan, shall 
continue to be effective on the first day of the month 
concurrent with or next following the member's return 
to active employment, other than rehabilitative 
employment, subject to the provisions of subsection 
40 (3). 

(3a) For the purposes of subsection (3), the base 
annual earnings of a member who died between the 1st 
day of January, 1982 and the 18th day of May, 1982, 
shall be retroactively increased by the amount of the 
percentage increase that would have been made in his 
disability income benefits by subsection 8 (5a) had he 
lived. 

(3b) For the purpose of subsection (3), the base 
annual earnings of a member receiving disability 
income benefits on the 1st day of March, 1983 shall be 
increased by the percentage increase made in his disa- 
bility income benefits by subsection 8 (5a) and by any 
increases made thereafter in his disability income 
benefits in accordance with section 8. 

(3c) For the purpose of subsection (3), the base 
annual earnings of a member whose disability income 
benefits commenced after the 1st day of March, 1983 
shall be increased by any percentage increases made 
thereafter in his disability income benefits in accord- 
ance with section 8. O. Reg. 173/83, s. 15. 

16. The Schedule to the said Regulation is re- 
voked. O. Reg. 173/83, s. 16. 

Ontario Hydro: 

Milan Nastich 
President 

W. E. Raney 

Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 16th day of March, 1983. 

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Publications Under The Regulations Act 



April 16th, 1983 



GENERAL SESSIONS ACT 
COUNTY COURTS ACT 

O. Reg. 174/83. 

Sittings of the General Sessions of the 

Peace and Sittings of the District Court 

for the District of Kenora. 
Made— March 23rd, 1983. 
Filed— March 28th, 1983. 



GENERAL SESSIONS ACT 
COUNTY COURTS ACT 

I.v The Matter Of the General Sessions Act, and of 
the County Courts Act; and 

In The Matter Of the sittings of the General Ses- 
sions of the Peace and of the sittings of the District 
Court for the trial of issues of fact and assessment of 
damages with or without a jury, for the District of 
Kenora. 

ORDER 

Whereas the sittings of the Court of General Ses- 
sions of the Peace and the sittings of the District Court 
for the trial of issues of fact and assessment of damages 
with or without a jury, for the District of Kenora, are 
presently scheduled for Tuesday, May 24th, 1983; 

And Whereas it is desirable to hold the said sit- 
tings on the 9th day of May, 1983, instead of the 24th 
day of May, 1983; 

Therefore It Is Ordered that the sittings of the 
Court of General Sessions of the Peace and the sittings 
of the District Court for the trial of issues of fact and 
assessment of damages with or without a jury, for the 
District of Kenora, shall be held commencing Monday, 
May 9th, 1983. 

And It Is Further Ordered that a copy of this 
Order shall be mailed by ordinary post to the Attorney 
General of Ontario, and that a copy of this Order shall 
be posted in the office of the Clerk of the District Court 
of the District of Kenora and in the office of the clerk 
of the General Sessions of the peace for the said Dis- 
trict. O. Reg. 174/83. 

W. D. Lyon 

Chief Judge of the County 

and District Courts of the 

Counties and Districts 

of Ontario. 



Dated at the City of Toronto, in The Municipality of 
Metropolitan Toronto, this 23rd day of March, 1983. 



(2436) 



16 



ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT 

O. Reg. 175/83. 
General — Waste Management. 
Made— March 16th, 1983. 
Filed— March 28th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 309 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT 



If 



— (1) Section 1 of Regulation 309 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is amended by 
adding thereto the following paragraphs: 

"asbestos waste" means solid or liquid waste 
that contains asbestos in more than a trivial 
amount or proportion and that does not con- 
tain a significant amount or proportion of 
other components that would bring the waste 
within the meaning of hazardous waste; 



3a . "commercial waste" includes asbestos waste; 



7a. "domestic waste" includes asbestos waste; 



(2) Paragraph 12 of the said section 1 is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor. 

12. "hauled liquid industrial waste" means liquid 
waste, other than hauled sewage or asbestos 
waste, that results from industrial processes 
or manufacturing or commercial operations 
and that is transported in a tank or other 
container for treatment or disposal, and 
includes sewage residue from sewage works 
that are subject to the provisions of the 
Ontario Water Resources Act; 

(3) Paragraph 14 of the said section 1 is amended 
by adding at the end thereof "but does not 
include asbestos waste.". 



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(4) Section 1 of the said Regulation is further 
amended by adding thereto the following para- 
graph: 

22a. "non-hazardous solid industrial waste" 
includes asbestos waste; 

2. Section 2 of the said Regulation is amended by 
adding thereto the following paragraphs: 

la. Commercial waste. 



4a. Domestic waste. 



9a. Non-hazardous solid industrial waste. 

3. The said Regulation is amended by adding 
thereto the following section: 



MANAGEMENT OF ASBESTOS WASTE 

14. The management of asbestos waste shall be car- 
ried out in accordance with the following provisions: 

1. No person shall cause or permit asbestos 
waste to leave the location at which it is gen- 
erated except for the purpose of transporting 
it to a waste disposal site, the operator of 
which has agreed to accept it and has been 
advised as to its anticipated time of arrival 
and, 

i. the asbestos waste is in a rigid, 
impermeable, sealed container of suf- 
ficient strength to accommodate the 
weight and nature of the waste, or 

ii. where the asbestos waste is being 
transported in bulk, it is transported 
by means of a waste management 
system operating under a certificate of 
approval or provisional certificate of 
approval that specifically authorizes 
the transportation of asbestos waste in 
bulk. 

2. Where a container referred to in subpara- 
graph i of paragraph 1 is a cardboard box, 
the waste must be sealed in a six-mil poly- 
ethylene bag placed within the box. 

3. Every container referred to in subparagraph i 
of paragraph 1 must be free from punctures, 
tears or leaks. 

4. The external surfaces of every container 
referred to in subparagraph i of paragraph 1 
and of every vehicle or vessel used for the 
transport of asbestos waste must be free from 
asbestos waste. 



5. Both sides of every vehicle used for the 
transportation of asbestos waste and every 
container referred to in subparagraph i of 
paragraph 1 must display thereon in large, 
easily legible letters that contrast in colour 
with the background the word "CAUTION" 
in letters not less than ten centimetres in 
height and the words: 

CONTAINS ASBESTOS FIBRES 

Avoid Creating Dust and Spillage 
Asbestos May be Harmful To Your Health 
Wear Approved Protective Equipment 

6. Asbestos waste being transported from the 
location at which it is generated, 

i. shall be transported, 

A. by a driver trained in the man- 
agement of asbestos waste, 

B. as directly as may be practic- 
able, to the waste disposal site 
at which disposal of the 
asbestos waste is intended to 
take place, 

ii. shall not be transferred to a transfer 
station or other waste disposal site 
where disposal of the asbestos waste 
will not take place, but it may be 
transported to a waste disposal site 
operating under a certificate of 
approval or provisional certificate of 
approval that specifically authorizes 
acceptance and processing of asbestos 
waste, 

iii. shall not be transported with any 
other cargo in the same vehicle, 

iv. shall not be transported in a compac- 
tion type waste haulage vehicle, 

v. where it is being transported in 
cardboard boxes, shall be in an 
enclosed vehicle, 

vi. shall be properly secured and covered 
with a suitable tarpaulin or net if it is 
transported in a vehicle that is not 
enclosed, and 

vii. shall be transported only in vehicles 
equipped with emergency spill clean- 
up equipment including a shovel, a 
broom, wetting agent, protective 
clothing, a supply of six-mil poly- 
ethylene bags, bag closures and per- 
sonal respiratory equipment. 

7. During the transportation or unloading 
thereof, any asbestos waste that is loose or in 



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a container that is punctured, broken or 
leaking shall be packaged, immediately on 
discovery, in a six-mil polyethylene bag. 



Where containers of asbestos waste are being 
unloaded, the unloading shall be carried out 
so that no loose asbestos or punctured, 
broken or leaking containers of asbestos 
waste are landfilled. 



Asbestos waste may be deposited only at 
locations in a landfilling site that have been 
adapted for the purpose of receiving asbestos 
waste or are otherwise suitable for that pur- 
pose. 



10. Asbestos waste may be deposited at a land- 
filling site only while the depositing is being 
supervised by the operator of the site or a 
person designated by him for the purpose and 
the person supervising is not also operating 
machinery or the truck involved. 



11. Where asbestos waste is deposited, as set out 
in paragraph 9, at least 125 centimetres of 
garbage or cover material must be placed 
forthwith over the deposited asbestos waste 
in such a manner that direct contact with 
compaction equipment or other equipment 
operating on the site is avoided. 



12. Even- person handling asbestos waste or 
containers of asbestos waste, supenosing the 
unloading of asbestos waste in bulk or 
cleaning asbestos waste residues from con- 
tainers, vehicles or equipment shall wear 
protective clothing and personal respiratory 
equipment while so doing. 



13. Protective clothing that has been or is sus- 
pected of having been in contact with asbes- 
tos waste shaU be changed at the site of the 
exposure and either properly disposed of as 
asbestos waste or washed at the end of the 
working day. 



14. Disposable protective clothing shall not be 
reused. 



IS. 



(2437) 



Every person directly or indirectly involved 
in the transportation, handling or manage- 
ment of asbestos waste shall take all pre- 
cautions necessary to prevent asbestos waste 
from becoming airborne. O. Reg. 175/83, 
s. 3. 



16 



NIAGARA ESCARPMENT PLANNING 
AND DEVELOPMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 176/83. 
Designation of Area of 

Development Control. 
Made — March 15th, 1983. 
Filed— March 28th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 683 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

NIAGARA ESCARPMENT PLANNING AND 

DEVELOPMENT ACT 

1. Paragraph 24 of the Schedule to Regulation 683 
of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as 
remade by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 790/ 
82, is revoked and the following substituted 
therefor 

24. In the Town of Ancaster in The Regional 
Municipality of Hamilton-Wentworth 
described as follows: 

Beginning at the place of intersection of the 
easterly boundary of the Town of Ancaster 
and the southerly limit of Mohawk Road; 

Thence westerly along the southerly limit of 
Mohawk Road to the intersection of the 
southerly prolongation of the westerly limit 
of Part 2 as shown on a Plan deposited in the 
Land Registry Office for the Land Titles 
Division of Wentworth (No. 62) as Number 
62R-5625; 

Thence northerly along that prolongation to 
the southwesterly angle of that Part 2; 

Thence north 13° 14' 30" west along that 
westerly limit 43.47 metres to the northwest- 
erly angle of that Part 2; 

Thence north 76° 18' 30" east along the 
northerly limit of that Part 22.49 metres to 
the easterlv limit of Part 1 as shown on that 
Plan; 

Thence north 13° 45' 30" west along that 
easterly limit 232.791 metres to the northerly 
limit of the southerly half of Lot 48 in Con- 
cession II; 

Thence westerly along that northerly limit 
J 70.638 metres to the northwesterly angle of 
that Part 1; 

Thence south 13° 50' east 60.665 metres to a 
point; 

Thence south 54° 10' 10" west 48.274 metres 
to a point; 



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Thence south 13° 42' east 231.516 metres to 
the northwesterly limit of Mohawk Road; 

Thence north 46° 58' 40" east along that 
northwesterly limit 31.13 metres to an angle 
in that Part 1; 

Thence north 13° 52' 40" west 56.64 metres to 
a point; 

Thence north 76° 09' 30" east 18.29 metres to 
a point; 

Thence north 13° 52' 40" west 63.2 1 metres to 
a point; 

Thence north 74° 14' 50" east 127.93 metres 
to a point; 

Thence south 13° 41' 30" east 106.73 metres 
to the northerly limit of Mohawk Road; 

Thence south 13° 41' 30" east 20 metres to the 
southerly limit of Mohawk Road; 

Thence westerly along that southerly limit to 
the southerly prolongation of the westerly 
limit of Lime Kiln Road; 

Thence northerly to and along that westerly 
limit to a point distant 99.066 metres meas- 
ured northerly therealong from the north- 
easterly angle of Block FX as shown on a 
Plan registered in the Land Registry Office 
for the said Land Titles Division as Number 
M-193; 

Thence south 81° 15' west 143.274 metres to 
a point; 

Thence north 13° 57' west 191.704 metres to 
a point; 

Thence north 51° 53' 30" west 23.622 metres 
to a point; 

Thence north 89° 41' 30" east 166.406 metres 
to the easterly limit of Lot 47 in Concession 

ii; 

Thence north 13° 10' 12" west along that 
easterly limit to the northerly limit of Part 1 
as shown on a Plan deposited in the Land 
Registry Office for the said Land Titles Divi- 
sion as Number 62R-338; 

Thence westerly along that northerly limit to 
flie westerly limit of that Lot 47; 

Thence northerly along that westerly limit to 
the southerly limit of Montgomery Drive; 

Thence westerly along that southerly limit to 
the easterly limit of the Old Ancaster Dundas 
Road; 



Thence southerly along that easterly limit to 
the southerly limit of Part 1 as shown on a 
Plan deposited in the Land Registry Office 
for the Registry Division of Wentworth 
(No. 62) as Number 62R-2296; 

Thence easterly along that southerly limit to 
the southeasterly limit of that Part 1; 

Thence northerly and northwesterly along 
the easterly limit of that Part 1 to the south- 
erly limit of Montgomery Drive; 

Thence easterly along that southerly limit to 
the westerly limit of that Lot 47 in Conces- 
sion II; 

Thence southerly along that westerly limit to 
a point distant 14.356 metres measured south 
13° 27' east from the northerly limit of Part 1 
on Plan 62R-338; 

Thence south 13° 04' east along that westerly 
limit 43.909 metres to a point; 

Thence north 77° 01' east 89.514 metres to a 
point; 

Thence south 12° 59' east 27.432 metres to a 
point; 

Thence south 20° 19' east 105.665 metres to a 
point; 

Thence south 19° east 62.072 metres to a 
point; 

Thence south 83° 18' 30" west 73.969 metres 
to a point; 

Thence north 85° 16' west 37.429 metres to 
the westerly limit of that Lot 47; 

Thence south 13° 04' east along that westerly 
limit 176.351 metres to a point; 

Thence north 87° 48' east 109.981 metres to 
point; 

Thence southwesterly along the westerly 
limit of the land as shown on Plan M-193 to 
the southerly limit of the street widening of 
Mohawk Road as shown on that Plan; 

Thence south 67° 28' 40" east along thj 
southerly limit 37.058 metres to a point; 

Thence south 78° 04' 50" east along ths 
southerly limit 21.120 metres to a point; 

Thence north 1° 25' 33" west 35.128 metres 1 
a point; 

Thence south 82° 23' 35" east 18.742 mei 
to a point; 



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Thence south 0° 18' 30" east 36.576 metres to 
that southerly limit; 

Thence easterly along that southerly limit to 
an angle in that Plan; 

Thence north 0° 22' west 36.576 metres to a 
point; 

Thence south 85° 38' east 38.1 metres to a 
point; 

Thence south 0° 22' west 36.576 metres to the 
northerly limit of Mohawk Road as shown on 
Plan 62R-338; 

Thence south 85° 38' east 38. 1 metres along 
that northerly limit to a point; 

Thence north 2° 17' east 37.490 metres to a 
point; 

Thence south 85° 38' east 18.288 metres to a 
point; 

Thence south 2° 17' west 37.490 metres to 
that northerly limit of Mohawk Road; 

Thence easterly along that northerly limit to 
the westerly limit of Lime Kiln Road; 

Thence southerly along the prolongation of 
that westerly limit to the southerly limit of 
Mohawk Road; 

Thence westerly along that southerly limit to 
the southeasterly limit of Wilson Street East; 

Thence northwesterly to and along the west- 
erly limit of the Old Dundas Road to a point 
24.384 metres measured therealong from the 
northwesterly limit of Wilson Street, the said 
point being the northerly limit of the lands 
described in an Instrument registered in the 
Land Registry Office for the said Registry 
Division as Number 116950 AB; 

Thence westerly along that northerly limit to 
a line parallel with and distant 76.2 metres 
measured at right angles from the northwest- 
erly limit of Wilson Street East; 

Thence southwesterly along that parallel line 
to the southwesterly limit of Sulphur Springs 
Road; 

Thence northwesterly along that southwest- 
erly limit to the westerly limit of Mansfield 
Drive; 

Thence southerly along that westerly limit to 
the southerly limit of Judith Crescent; 

Thence northwesterly along the southwest- 
erly limit of Judith Crescent to the southerly 
limit of Maureen Avenue; 

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Thence westerly along that southerly limit to 
the easterly limit of Lovers Lane; 

Thence northwesterly to a point on the west- 
erly limit of Lovers Lane distant 224.129 
metres measured north 12° 24' west from the 
northeasterly angle of lands shown on a Plan 
registered in the Land Registry Office for the 
said Registry Division as Number 888; 

Thence south 77° 36' west 68.58 metres to a 
point; 

Thence north 12° 24' west 68.58 metres to a 
point; 

Thence north 77° 36' east 67.361 metres to 
the westerly limit of Lovers Lane; 

Thence north 13° 28' 20" west along that 
westerly limit 97.853 metres to a point; 

Thence south 78° 11' west along the south- 
erly limit of Part 3 as shown on a Plan regis- 
tered in the Land Registry Office for the said 
Registry Division as Number 62 R- 15 95 a 
distance of 208.578 metres to the southwest- 
erly angle of that Part; 

Thence north 62° 49' west 183.514 metres to 
a point; 

Thence north 12° 42' west 52.319 metres to a 
point; 

Thence south 77° 18' west 143.216 metres to 
the easterly limit of the land shown on a Plan 
registered in the Land Registry Office for the 
said Registry Division as Number 1076; 

Thence northerly along that easterly limit to 
the southeasterly angle of the land shown on 
a Plan registered in the Land Registry Office 
for the said Land Titles Division as Number 
62R-3357; 

Thence northerly along the easterly limit of 
that Plan to the northerly limit of that Plan; 

Thence westerly along that northerly limit to 
the easterly limit of Lot 40 in Concession II; 

Thence northerly along that easterly limit 
70.104 metres to the northwesterly limit of 
that Plan; 

Thence southwesterly along that northwest- 
erly limit to the westerly limit of that Lot 40; 

Thence southerly along that westerly limit 
111.252 metres to the southerly limit of that 
Plan; 

Thence easterly along that southerly limit to 
the easterly limit of the lands shown on Plan 
1076: 



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Thence southerly along the easterly limit of 
the lands shown on Plans registered in the 
Land Registry Office for the said Registry 
Division as Numbers 1076 and 783 to the 
northwesterly angle of Lot 3 1 as shown on a 
Plan registered in the Land Registry Office 
for the said Registry Division as Number 
930; 

Thence easterly along the northerly and east- 
erly limits of the lands shown on the said 
Plan to the northerly limit of Plan 888; 

Thence north 77° east along that northerly 
limit 244.898 metres to the westerly limit of 
Lovers Lane; 

Thence southerly along that westerly limit to 
the northerly limit of Joanne Court; 

Thence westerly and southerly along the 
northerly and westerly limits of Joanne Court 
to the northerly limit of Parker Avenue; 

Thence westerly along that northerly limit to 
the easterly limit of Hadley Drive; 

Thence northerly along that easterly limit to 
the southerly limit of McGregor Crescent; 

Thence westerly along the southerly and 
southwesterly limits of McGregor Crescent to 
the southerly limit of Terrence Park Drive; 

Thence westerly along that southerly limit to 
the westerly limit of Lloyminn Avenue; 

Thence southerly along the westerly limit of 
Lloyminn Avenue and the southerly pro- 
longation of that limit to the northwesterly 
limit of Concession III; 

Thence southwesterly along that northwest- 
erly limit to the southeasterly prolongation of 
the northeasterly limit of Lot 31 in Conces- 
sion II; 

Thence northwesterly to and along that 
northeasterly limit to the northwesterly limit 
of that Concession; 

Thence northwesterly along the northwest- 
erly prolongation of that northeasterly limit 
to the southeasterly limit of Concession II; 

Thence southwesterly along that southeast- 
erly limit to the easterly limit of that portion 
of the King's Highway known as No. 52; 

Thence northerly along the easterly limit of 
the said Highway to the northerly boundary 
of the Town of Ancaster; 

Thence easterly along that northerly bound- 
ary to the westerly boundary of the Town of 
Dundas; 



Thence in a general easterly direction fol- 
lowing the boundaries between the Towns of 
Ancaster and Dundas to an angle in the west- 
erly boundary of the City of Hamilton; 

Thence in a general southeasterly direction 
following the boundaries between the Town 
of Ancaster and the City of Hamilton to the 
place of beginning. 

Lorne Henderson 

Provincial Secretary 

for 

Resources Development 

Dated at Toronto, this 15th day of March, 1983. 



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NIAGARA ESCARPMENT PLANNING 
AND DEVELOPMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 177/83. 
Designation of Area of 

Development Control. 
Made— March 15th, 1983. 
Filed— March 28th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 683 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

NIAGARA ESCARPMENT PLANNING AND 

DEVELOPMENT ACT 

1. Paragraph 28 of the Schedule to Regulation 683 
of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

28. In the Town of Stoney Creek in The Regional 
Municipality of Hamilton-Wentworth described as 
follows: 

Beginning at the place of intersection of 
the easterly boundary of the Town of Stoney 
Creek and the northerly limit of Concession 
IV of the former Township of Saltfleet; 

Thence westerly along that northerly limit to 
the northwesterly angle of Lot 8 in that Con- 



Thence southerly along that westerly limit to 
the centre line of that Concession; 

Thence westerly along that centre line to the 
westerly limit of Lot 20 in that Concession; 



Thence southerly along that westerly limit to 
the southwesterly angle of that Lot 20; 



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Thence westerly along the southerly limit 
of that Concession to the easterly limit of 
Regional Road Number 30; 

Thence southerly along that easterly limit to 
the northeasterly limit of that portion of the 
King's Highway known as No. 20; 

Thence northwesterly along that northeast- 
erly limit to the southerly limit of the lands of 
Ontario Hydro in Lot 25 in Concession V; 

Thence westerly along that southerly limit to 
the westerly limit of Lot 26 in that Conces- 
sion; 

Thence northerly along that westerly limit to 
a line parallel with and distant 300 feet 
measured southeasterly at right angles from 
the boundary between the Town of Stoney 
Creek and the City of Hamilton; 

Thence southwesterly and parallel with that 
boundary to the southerly limit of the road 
allowance between concessions VI and VII of 
that former Township; 

Thence westerly along that southerly limit to 
the westerly boundary of the Town of Stoney 
Creek; 

Thence northerly and easterly along that 
boundary to the northerly limit of the right of 
way of the Toronto, Hamilton and Buffalo 
Railway; 

Thence easterly along that northerly limit to 
the westerly limit of the road allowance 
between lots 14 and 15 in Concession HI of 
that former Township; 

Thence northerly along that westerly limit to 
the northerly limit of that Concession; 

Thence easterly along that northerly limit to 
the northwesterly angle of Lot 3 in that Con- 
cession; 



Thence northerly to and along the westerly 
limit of Lot 3 in Concession H of that former 
Township to the southerly limit of that por- 
tion of the King's Highway known as Xo. 8; 

Thence easterly along that southerly limit to 
the easterly boundary of the Town of Stoney 
Creek; 

Thence southerly along that easterly bound- 
ary to the place of beginning. 

Lorne Henderson 

Provincial Secretary 

for 

Resources Development 

Dated at Toronto, this 15th day of March, 1983. 

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INSURANCE ACT 

O. Reg. 178/83. 

Order under Paragraph 1 of Subsection 
85 (2) of the Act — Rates of Interest. 
Made— March 24th, 1983. 
Filed— March 28th, 1983. 



REGULATION" TO AMEND 

REGULATION 532 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

INSURANCE ACT 

1. The Schedule to Regulation 532 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as amended bi- 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 559/81 and sec- 
tion 1 of Ontario Regulation 639/81, is further 
amended by adding thereto the following item: 



45 Gerling Global Life 

Insurance Company 



6% Annual Premium ordinary whole life non-participating 

policies issued and in force in 1982 and each year there- 
after provided that the reserves are equal to or greater 
than the corresponding policy cash values at all dura- 
tions 



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1690 O. Reg. 179/83 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 182/83 

PLANNING ACT 



O. Reg. 179/83. 
Closings and Removals. 
Made— March 24th, 1983. 
Filed— March 28th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 89 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

CEMETERIES ACT 

1. Regulation 89 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 is amended by adding thereto the 
following Schedule: 

Schedule 50 

PART OF BICKLE CEMETERY, PART LOT 24, 

CONCESSION 5, TOWNSHIP OF SMITH, 

COUNTY OF PETERBOROUGH 

In the Township of Smith, in the County of Peter- 
borough, and being composed of that portion of Lot 
24, Concession 5, in the Township of Smith, desig- 
nated as Part 1 on a Ministry of Transportation and 
Communications Plan of Survey P- 195 5 -88 and being 
a Reference Plan deposited in the Land Registry Office 
for the Registry Division of Peterborough (No. 45) as 
Plan 45R-3896. O. Reg. 179/83, s. 1. 



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SECURITIES ACT 

O. Reg. 180/83. 

General. 

Made— March 24th, 1983. 

Filed— March 28th, 1983. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 910 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

SECURITIES ACT 

1. Subsection I9d (1) of Regulation 9 10 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as made by 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 637/82, is 
amended by striking out "31st day of March" in 
the fourth line and inserting in lieu thereof "31st 
day of December". 



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O. Reg. 181/83. 

Order Made Under Section 30 of the Planning 

Act. 
Made— March 24th, 1983. 
Filed— March 29th, 1983. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
PLANNING ACT 

ORDER MADE UNDER SECTION 30 OF 
THE PLANNING ACT 

1. A contravention before the 19th day of March, 
1973 of section 29 of The Planning Act, being chapter 
349 of the Revised Statutes of Ontario, 1970 or a pre- 
decessor thereof, or of a by-law passed under a pre- 
decessor of the said section, or of an Order made under 
clause 27 (1) (b), as it existed on the 25th day of June 
1970, of The Planning Act, being chapter 296 of the 
Revised Statutes of Ontario, 1960 or a predecessor 
thereof, does not have and shall be deemed never to 
have had the effect of preventing the conveyance or 
creation of any interest in the following parcel of land: 

That parcel of land situate in the Township of 
Tay in the County of Simcoe, being that part of Lot 
13 according to a Plan of Subdivision registered in 
the Land Registry Office for the Registry Division of 
Simcoe (No. 51) as Number 87 more particularly 
described as Part 13 on a Plan deposited in the 
said Land Registry Office as Number 51R-1278. 
O. Reg. 181/83, s. 1. 

D. P. McHuGH 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

Central and Southwest 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

and Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 24th day of March, 1983. 

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PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 182/83. 

Order Made Under Section 30 of the 

Planning Act. 
Made— March 25th, 1983. 
Filed— March 29th, 1983. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
PLANNING ACT 

ORDER MADE UNDER SECTION 30 OF 
THE PLANNING ACT 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 184/83 1691 



1. A contravention before the 19th day of March, 
1973 of section 29 of The Planning Act, being chapter 
349 of the Revised Statutes of Ontario, 1970 or a pre- 
decessor thereof, or of a by-law passed under a pre- 
decessor of the said section, or of an Order made under 
clause 27 (1) (ft), as it existed on the 25th day of June, 
1970, of The Planning Act, being chapter 296 of the 
Revised Statutes of Ontario, 1960 or a predecessor 
thereof, does not have and shall be deemed never to 
have had the effect of preventing the conveyance or 
creation of any interest in the following parcel of land: 

That parcel of land situate in the Town of Wasaga 
Beach in the County of Simcoe, being Lot 40 
according to a Registrar's Compiled Plan registered 
in the Land Registry Office for the Registry Division 
of Simcoe (No. 51) as Number 1700 for the said 
Town of Wasaga Beach. O. Reg. 182/83, s. 1. 

D. P. McHugh 
Director 
Plans Administration Branch 
Central and Southwest 
Ministry of Municipal Affairs 
and Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 25th day of March, 1983. 



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PLANNING ACT 

O. Reg. 183/83. 
Restricted Areas — 

Territorial District of Sudbury. 
Made— March 28th, 19