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LIBRARY USE ONLY 



U\W LIBRARY 

JUN9 1987 

FACULTY OF lAW 
UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 



ONTARIO REGULATIONS 



1986 



REGS. 547-763 
(end) 



O. Reg. 547/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 548/86 5057 



Publications Under The Regulations Act 



September 27th, 1986 



HIGHWAY TR.\FFIC ACT 

O. Reg. 547/86. 

Parking. 

Made— August 28th, 1986. 

Filed — September 8th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 477 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

1. Schedule 6 of Apjjendix A to Regula- 
tion 477 of Re\ised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 is amended by adding 
thereto the following paragraph: 

44. On the west side of that part of the King's 
Highway known as No. 11 and 169 in the Township of 
Morrison in the Town of Gravenhurst in the District 
Municipality of Muskoka beginning at a point situate 

its intersection with the line between the TowTiship 
Muskoka and the Township of Morrison and 

tending southerly therealong for a distance of 950 

etres. 

2.— (1) Paragraph 4 of Schedule 15 of 
Appendix A to the said Regulation, as 
made by section 1 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 214/85, is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

4. On the north side of that part of the King's 
Highway known as No. 5 in the Town of Oakvnlle in 
The Regional Municipality of Halton beginning at a 
point situate 510 metres measured easterly from its 
intersection with the easterly limit of the King's High- 
way known as No. 25 and extending easterly there- 
along for a distance of 170 metres. 

(2) Schedule 15 of the said Appendix A is 
amended by adding thereto the fol- 
lowing paragraph: 

7. On the south side of that part of the King's 
Highway known as No. 5 in the Town of Oakx-ille in 
The Regional MunicipaHt>' of Halton beginning at a 
point situate 470 metres measured easterly from its 
intersection with the easterly limit of the King's High- 
way known as No. 25 and extending easterly there- 
along for a distance of 130 metres. 

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3. Schedule 77 of Appendix A to the said 
Regulation, as made by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 694/84, is amended 
by adding thereto the following para- 
graph: 

2. On the west side of that part of the King's High- 
way known as No. 169 and 11 in the Township of 
Morrison in the Town of Gravenhurst in the District 
Municipahty of Muskoka beginning at a point situate 
at its intersection with the line between the Township 
of Muskoka and the Township of Morrison and 
extending southerly therealong for a distance of 950 
metres. 

Edward Fulton 

Minister of Transportation 

and Communications 

Dated at Toronto, this 28th day of August, 1986. 

(9378) 39 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

O. Reg. 548/86. 
Stop Signs at Intersections. 
Made— .\ugust 28th, 1986. 
Filed — September 8th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 493 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

1. Schedule 70 to Regulation 493 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
is revoked. 

2. Schedule 84 to the said Regulation, as 
made by section 1 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 791/84, is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

Schedule 84 

1 . Highway 52 in the Town of Flamborough in The 
Regional Municipality- of Hamilton- Wentworth at its 
intersection with the roadway known as Regional 
Road 97. 



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O. Reg. 549/86 



2. Southbound on Highway 52. O. Reg. 548/86, 
s. 2. 

Edward Fulton 

Minister of Transportation 

and Communications 

Dated at Toronto, this 28th day of August, 1986. 

(9379) 39 



PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 549/86. 

Zoning Areas — Territorial District of Kenora. 

Made — August 26th, 1986. 

Filed— September 11th, 1986. 



ORDER MADE UNDER THE 
PLANNING ACT, 1983 

ZONING AREAS— TERRITORIAL 
DISTRICT OF KENORA 

1. In this Order, "mobile home" means a dwelling 
unit that is designed to be made mobile and con- 
structed or manufactured to provide a residence for 
one or more persons but does not include a trailer. 
O. Reg. 549/86, s. 1. 



2. This Order applies to land in the Territorial 
District of Kenora, being mining claims PA 781005, 
PA 781006 and PA 777905. O. Reg. 549/86, s. 2. 

3. No land to which this Order applies shall 
hereafter be used and no building or structure shall 
hereafter be erected or used except in accordance with 
this Order, but nothing in this Order prevents the use 
of any land, building or structure for a purpose pro- 
hibited by this Order if such land, building or structure 
was lawfully used for such purpose on the day this 
Order comes into force. O. Reg. 549/86, s. 3. 

4. The land to which this Order applies may be 
used for the location and use thereon of nine mobile 
homes and buildings and structures normally inciden- 
tal or subordinate to the use of mobile homes. 
O. Reg. 549/86, s. 4. 

5. — (1) Nothing in this Order prevents the recon- 
struction of any building or structure that is damaged 
or destroyed by causes beyond the control of the owner 
if the dimensions of the original building or structure 
are not increased or its original use altered. 

(2) Nothing in this Order prevents the strengthening 
or restoration to a safe condition of any building or 
structure or part of any such building or struc- 
ture. O. Reg. 549/86, s. 5. 

Bernard Grandîmaîtrî; 
Minister of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 26th day of August, 1986. 

(9404) 39 



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O. Reg. 550/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



5119 



Publications Under The Regulations Act 



October 4th, 1986 



DEVELOPMENT CORPORATIONS ACT 

O. Reg. 550/86. 
Innovation Ontario Corporation. 
Made— June 26th. 1986. 
Filed— September 15th, 1986. 



REGULATION .\L\DE UNDER THE 
DEVELOPMENT CORPORATIONS ACT 

INNOVATION ONTARIO CORPOR.\TION 

1. — ( 1) In this Regulation, "Corporation" means the 
Innovation Ontario Corporation constituted under 
subsection (2). 

(2) The Innovation Ontario Corporation is hereby 
constituted on behalf of Her Majesty in right of 
Ontario as a corporation without share capital with the 
following objects: 

1. To encourage and assist in the acquisition, 
development and demonstration of 
technological products, processes and ser- 
vices in Ontario, including, without limiting 
the generality of the foregoing, the proWsion 
of fmancial assistance and incentives, subject 
to subsection (4), by way of loans, guarantees 
or the purchase of shares or other securities. 

2. To pro\ide financial, technical, managerial 
and marketing expertise. 

3. To encourage commercial development of 
research activity based in Ontario. 

4. To assist the development of enterprises so 
as to encourage investment in them by ven- 
ture capitalists and institutional and other 
investors. 

5. To proxnde technical and market information 
to facilitate innovation and technology- 
transfers. 

6. To assist Ontario-based enterprises to 
acquire, through license or joint venture 
agreements or otherwise, access to foreign 
technolog> for the purpose of commercially 
developing products, processes and services 
in Ontario. 

7. To assist Ontario-based suppliers of 
technological products and services to meet 



long-term procurement requirements of gov- 
ernments and public sector agencies and 
institutions. 

(3) For the purpose of canning out its objects, and 
subject to the .\ct and this Regulation, the Corporation 
has the capacity and powers of a natural person. 

(4) The Corporation shall not proxnde financial 
assistance in an amount greater than $250,000, 
including a guarantee for a loan greater than S250.000, 
without the prior approval of the Lieutenant Governor 
in Council. 

(5) .A guarantee of the Corporation is not valid 
unless it is executed under corporate seal of the Corpo- 
ration and signed by the Treasurer of Ontario. 
O. Reg. 550/86, s. 1. 

2. — (1) The Corporation shall have a board of 
directors consisting of not fewer than nine and not 
more than fifteen members to be appointed b>- the 
Lieutenant Governor in Council for a term of not more 
than three years, among whom one shall be a director 
of the Ontario Development Corporation, one shall be 
a director of the Northern Ontario Development Cor- 
poration, and one shall be a director of the Eastern 
Ontario Development Corporation. 

(2) The Lieutenant Governor in Council shall 
designate one of the directors as chairman and one of 
the directors as vice-chairman. 

(3) The Corporation may pay to those of its direc- 
tors who are not public ser\ants of Ontario such 
remuneration and allowances as may be fixed by the 
Lieutenant Governor in Council. 

(4) .At the first meeting of the board of directors, and 
until otherwise pro\-ided for by by-law, a quorum shall 
be a majority of the directors appointed and, thereaf- 
ter, a quorum shall be the number of directors that the 
board designates b\- by-law. 

(5) The board may make b>-laws regulating its pro- 
ceedings and generally for the conduct and manage- 
ment of the affairs of the Corporation. 

(6) The chairman shall preside at ail meetings of the 
board and. in the chairman's absence or if the office of 
chairman is vacant, the \-ice-chairman has all the 
powers and shall perform all the duties of the chair- 
man. O. Reg. 550/86, s. 2. 



3. The chief executive officer of the Corporation 
shall be the person appointed by the Lieutenant Gov- 



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O. Reg. 550/86 



ernor in Council as chief executive officer of the 
Development Corporations under section 8 of the 
Act. O. Reg. 550/86, s. 3. 

4. — (1) The fiscal year of the Corporation shall 
commence on the 1st day of April in each year and end 
on the 31st day of March in the following year. 

(2) Section 132 of the Business Corporations Act, 
1982 applies with necessary modifications to the Cor- 
poration. 

(3) The Corporations Act does not apply to the 
Corporation. O. Reg. 550/86, s. 4. 

5. The affairs of the Corporation shall be managed 
and supervised by its board, but the board shall com- 
ply with any directions respecting the policies of the 
Government of Ontario on technology and innovation 
given to it from time to time in writing by the Minis- 
ter. O. Reg. 550/86, s. 5. 

6. No member, officer or employee of the Corpora- 
tion, or other person acting on behalf of the Corpora- 
tion, is personally liable for anything done or omitted 
in good faith in the exercise or purported exercise of 
the powers conferred by this Regulation. O. Reg. 
550/86, s. 6. 

7. — (1) No act of the Corporation, including any 
transfer of property to or by the Corporation, is invalid 
by reason only that the act is not authorized by this 
Regulation. 

(2) No person is deemed to have notice of the con- 
tents of a document concerning the Corporation by 
reason only that the document is available to the 
public. 

(3) The Corporation or a guarantor of an obligation 
of the Corporation may not assert against a person 
dealing with the Corporation or with a person who has 
acquired rights from the Corporation that, 

(a) this Regulation, an order in council, a direc- 
tion of the Minister, the policies of the Gov- 
ernment of Ontario or the by-laws of the 
Corporation have not been complied with; 

(b) a person held out by the Corporation as a 
director, an officer or an agent of the Corpo- 
ration has not been duly appointed or has no 
authority to exercise the powers and perform 
the duties that are the customary business of 
the Corporation or usual for such director, 
officer or agent; or 

(c) a document issued by a director, officer or 
agent of the Corporation with actual or 
apparent authority to issue the document is 
not valid or not genuine, 

except where the person has or ought to have, by vir- 
tue of a position with or relationship to the Corpora- 
tion, knowledge to that effect. O. Reg. 550/86, s. 7. 

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8. The Lieutenant Governor in Council may 
authorize the Corporation to act as agent for the 
Province of Ontario in respect of programs, projects or 
matters undertaken or carried out by the Province for 
the advancement of technology in Ontario. O. Reg. 
550/86, s. 8. 

9. The Corporation may, within a reasonable time 
after it comes into existence, by any action or conduct 
signifying its intention to be bound thereby, adopt an 
oral or written contract made before it came into 
existence in its name or on its behalf, and upon such 
adoption, 

(a) the Corporation is bound by the contract and 
is entitled to the benefits thereof as if the 
Corporation had been in existence at the date 
of the contract and had been a party thereto; 
and 

{b) a person who purported to act in the name of 
or on behalf of the Corporation ceases to be 
bound by or entitled to the benefits of the 
contract. O. Reg. 550/86, s. 9. 

10. — (1) Such employees may be appointed under 
the Public Service Act as are considered necessary for 
the proper conduct of the business of the Corporation. 

(2) The Corporation may engage persons other than 
those appointed under subsection (1) to provide profes- 
sional, technical or other assistance to or on behalf of 
the Corporation, and may prescribe the duties and 
other terms of engagement and provide for payment of 
the remuneration and expenses of such persons. 
O. Reg. 550/86, s. 10. 

11. — (1) The moneys required for the purpose of 
defraying the administrative expenses of the Corpora- 
tion shall be paid out of the moneys appropriated by 
the Legislature for the purpose. 

(2) The moneys required for the purposes of subsec- 
tion 1 (2) shall be paid out of the moneys appropriated 
therefor by the Legislature. 

(3) All moneys received by the Corporation shall be 
deposited in one or more accounts of the Corporation 
in the Province of Ontario Savings Office, one or more 
chartered banks, one or more trust companies regis- 
tered under the Loan and Trust Corporations Act, and 
the moneys shall be applied solely in carrying out the 
objects of the Corporation. 

(4) All or part of the moneys deposited in an account 
referred to in subsection (3) shall, on the order of the 
Lieutenant Governor in Council, be paid into and 
form part of the Consolidated Revenue Fund. 
O. Reg. 550/86, s. 11. 

12. The accounts and financial transactions of the 
Corporation shall be audited annually by the Provin- 
cial Auditor and reports of the audit shall be made to 
the Corporation and to the Minister. O. Reg. 550/86, 
s. 12. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 552/86 5121 



13. — (1) The Corporation shall make an annual 
report to the Minister of all financial assistance and 
incentives provided under subsection 1 (2) together 
with the names and addresses of the p)ersons to whom 
the assistance or incentives are given, and the Minister 
shall submit the report to the Lieutenant Governor in 
Council and shall then lay the report before the 
Assembly if it is in session or, if not, at the next 
session. 

(2) The Corporation shall, in addition to making an 
annual report under subsection (1), make such other 
reports of its affairs and operations to the Minister as 
the Minister may require. O. Reg. 550/86, s. 13. 

14. — (1) The Corporation shall terminate on the 
30th day of June, 1991 or on such other day thereafter 
as the Lieutenant Governor in Council may designate. 

(2) On termination, the Corporation shall be wound 
up and its assets shall, at the direction of the Minister, 
be, 

(a) liquidated or sold as a going concern and the 
proceeds paid into the Consolidated Revenue 
Fund; 

(b) transferred to Her Majesty in right of 
Ontario or to an agency of the Crown. 
O. Reg. 550/86, s. 14. 



PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 551/86. 

Zoning .\reas — City of Cambridge in 

The Regional Municipality of 

Waterloo. 
Made— September 11th, 1986. 
Filed— September 17th, 1986. 



(9405) 



40 



REGULATION TO REVOKE 

ONTARIO REGULATION 60/86 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

1. Ontario Regulation 60/86 is revoked. 



BER.NARD Gr.V\D.M.\1TRE 

Minister of Municipal Affairs 



Dated at Toronto, this 1 1th day of September, 1986. 
(9409) 40 



LAND TRANSFER TAX ACT 

O. Reg. 552/86. 

Forms. 

Made— September 18th, 1986. 

Filed— September 18th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 
REGULATION 566 OF REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 
LAND TRANSFER TAX ACT 

1. Forms 7 and 8 of Regulation 566 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as made by 
section 4 of Ontario Regulation 607/83, are revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



Form 7 



O. Reg. 552/86 



Ministry Motor Fuels and P.O. Box 625 

of Tobacco Tax 33 King Street West 

Revenue Branch 



Land Transfer Tax Act 

Statement of Disallowance 
- LT 1 04 



Ontario 



Oshawa, Ontario 
L1H8H9 



Issued under section 7 of the 
Land Transfer Tax Act 



Inquiries regarding this Statement of 
Disallowance should be made to: 
(416)433- 



Date of Mailing or Delivery 



Date of Statement 



In the matter of a conveyance or a disposition from 
to 



of. 



day of. 



.19 registered as Instrument Number (if applicable) 



Land Registry Office . 



Reconciliation of Claim 

Amount of Refund Claimed S 

Less: Amount of Refund Disallowed S 

Amount of Refund Approved S 

Plus: Interest to Date of Statement $ 

Total Amount Approved for Payment S 



The following are the reasons for the disallowance of the refund claim: 



Note: 



A cheque covering the "Total Amount Approved for Payment" will follow. 



NOTICE OF OBJECTION 

You have the right to appeal this Statement of Disallowance of your claim 
by filing an objection with the Minister of Revenue in the prescribed form 
within 180 days from the date this notice was mailed. For more inform- 
ation or to obtain Notice of Objection forms contact: 

Tax Appeals Branch 

Ontario Ministry of Revenue 

P.O. Box 627 

Oshawa, Ontario 

L1H 8H5 

Phone: (416) 433-6029 in Oshawa 
(416) 965-5836 in Toronto 
(ask operator for Tax Appeals Branch) 



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T.M.RUSSELL 

Deputy Minister of Revenue 



2296A (84 08) 



O. Reg. 552/86, s. 1, part. 



O. Reg. 552/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



5123 



Ministry Motor Fuels and 
of Tobacco Tax 

Revenue Branch 



Ontario 



Form 8 

Land Transfer Tax Act 

P.O. Box 625 
33 King Street West 
Oshawa, Ontario 
L1H8H9 



Notice of Assessment 
-LT105 

Issued under section 10 of the 
Land Transfer Tax Act 



Inquiries regarding this Assessment 
should be made to: 
(416) 433- 



Assessment Number 


Date of Mailing or 
Delivery 


Due Date 





In the matter of a conveyance, or a disposition by . 



registered as Instrument Number (if applicable). 



.Land Registry Office. 



Value of the consideration/Fair Market Value of the land described above S 

You are hereby assessed the amourtt of tax as shown below: 

Tax payable under subsection S 

Credit for amount piaid on account S 

Unpaid tax S 

Penalty (if applicable) S 

Interest on unptaid tax and pertalty to due date S 

Anwunt Payable S 

Note: At the current interest rate, interest continues to accrue at S per diem from the due date of 

this Notice of Assessment to the date of payment. 

NOTICE OF OBJECTION 

You have the right to appeal this Notice of Assessment by filing an obfection 
with the Minuter of Revenue in the prescribed form «vithin 180 days from the 
date this notice was mailed 

For rrtore information or to obtain Notice of Obiection forms contact: 
Tax Appeals Branch 
Ontario Ministry of Revenue 

P.O. Box 627 J -J 

Oshaiwa. Ontario L1H8H5 ~ • . /Z^ . 

Phone (416) 433.6029 m Oshawa 

(416) 965-5836 m Toronto t u o.icccii 

(ask operator for the Tax Appeals Brancti) ' • ""■ ""î»tLL 

Deputy Minister of RevefHie 2297 B (86 OS) 



Ontario 



Ministry 


Motor Fuels and 


P.O. Box 620 


of 


Tobacco Tax 


33 King Street West 


Revenue 


Branch 


Oshawa, Ontario 
L1H8E9 



Remittance Advice 

(Detach and return with payment.) 



Dated at Toronto, this 18th day of September, !986. 



W35) 



2175 





Due Date 


Payment enclosed 

$ 


Total DtM 


Ministry use only 


1 



O. Reg. 552/86. s. 1. piin. 

Robert Nixon 
Minister of Revenue 



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O. Reg. 554/8b 



ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 553/86. 

Exemption — The Township of Black 

River-Matheson— BLAC-TWP- 1 . 
Made— September 12th, 1986. 
Approved — September 12th, 1986. 
Filed— September 19th, 1986. 



ORDER MADE UNDER THE 
ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

EXEMPTION— THE TOWNSHIP OF BLACK 
RIVER-MATHESON— BLAC-TWP- 1 

Having received a request from The Corporation of 
the Township of Black River-Matheson that an 
undertaking, namely: 

the activity of establishing, operating and main- 
taining a sanitary sewage system by the Township 
of Black River-Matheson to serve the Community 
of Holtyre, and consisting of the repair or 
replacement of existing sanitary sewers; construc- 
tion of two sewage pumping stations and a two- 
cell waste stabilization pond with an outlet to 
Black River, to be located in the south half of 
Lot 1, Concession 2, Township of Hislop, District 
of Cochrane, 

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

Having been advised by The Corporation of the 
Township of Black River-Matheson that if the under- 
taking is subject to the application of the Act, the 
following injury, damage or interference with the per- 
sons and property indicated will occur: 

A. The health of local residents will be inter- 
fered with if the malfunctioning private 
systems are not replaced with the sewage 
collection and waste treatment system in the 
near future. 

B. The Township of Black River-Matheson and 
the Community of Holtyre will be interfered 
with and damaged by the undue delay 
required to prepare an environmental 
assessment for an undertaking which will not 
have significant adverse environmental 
effects. 

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 thé 
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 will provide protection of 
the health of the residents of the Communit> 
of Holtyre. 

B. The undertaking will benefit the natural 
environment by reducing pollutants in an 
area where sources of potable water for 
community use are limited. 

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

1. Construction methods and schedules are to 
be implemented in consultation with the dis- 
trict and regional offices of the Ministry of 
the Environment, and will follow the 
"Environmental Considerations for Planning 
the Construction of Provincial Sewage and 
Water Projects" (January, 1985) referred to 
in Appendix 7 of the Ministry of the Envi- 
ronment Class Environmental Assessment 
document. Expansion or Upgrading of an 
Existing Sewage or Water System, which can 
be found in the public record file established 
by the Environmental Assessment Branch of 
the Ministry of the Environment. 

2 . The proponent shall notify the Director of the 
Environmental Assessment Branch of the 
date construction commenced and this shall 
be done, in writing, within 30 days following 
that date. 

3. This Order expires on August 31, 1987, 
if construction has not been commenced. 
O. Reg. 553/86. 

James Bradley 
Minister of the Environment 



(9436) 



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ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 554/86. 

Exemption — Municipality of 
Metropolitan Toronto and Toronto 
Transit Commission^TTC-2. 

Made — September 12th, 1986. 

Approved — September 12th, 1986. 

Filed— September 19th, 1986. 



ORDER MADE UNDER THE 
ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

EXEMPTION— MUNICIPALITY OF 

METROPOLITAN TORONTO AND TORONTO 

TRANSIT COMMISSION— TTC-2 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 555/86 5125 



Ha\-ing received a request from The Municipality of 
Metropolitan Toronto and the Toronto Transit Com- 
-sion that an undertaking, namely: 

The acti\-ity of designing, constructing and 
operating a 250 bus garage and maintenance 
facility to be known as Arrow Road Garage, 

be exempt from the application of the Act pursuant to 

section 29; and 

Having been advised by The Municipality of 
Metropolitan Toronto and the Toronto Transit Com- 
mission that if the undertaking is subject to the appli- 
cation of the Act, the following injur>-, damage or 
interference with the persons and property indicated 
will occur: 

A. The Toronto Transit Commission and the 
public will be interfered with by the prep- 
aration of an environmental assessment for 
an undertaking which will have insignificant 
adverse environmental effects; 



B. The public will be interfered with and possi- 
bly damaged in that the level of service 
available is restricted by existing inadequate 
garage facilities; and 

C. Emplo>Tnent opportunities which will arise 
out of the construction of the undertaking 
and the pro\-ision of equipment for it will be 
delayed by obtaining approval, 

Having weighed such injury, damage or interfer- 
ence against the betterment of the people of the whole 
or £my 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 will provide a needed 
transportation facility in an area designated 
as being appropriate for industrial develop- 
ment; 

B. The undertaking and the development 
expected to result from it will provide sig- 
nificant employment opportunities con- 
tributing to the economic well-being of the 
Region and the Province as a whole; 

C. .^n enclosed bus garage and maintenance 
facility is unlikely to have any detrimental 
effects on the environment; 



E. The site of the proposed facility is owned by 
the Toronto Transit Commission, is zoned to 
permit the undertaking, and has adequate 
municipal services to accommodate the 
undertaking. 

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

1 . Where an activitv- which otherw ise would be 
exempt under this order is being carried out 
as or is part of an undertaking for which an 
environmental assessment has been accepted 
and approval to proceed received, the 
activity shall be carried out in accordance 
with any terms or conditions in the approval 
to proceed as well as the conditions of this 
order. 

2. Where any activity which is the subject of 
this order is being carried out as or is part of 
another undertaking which is the subject 
of an e.xemption order under the Act, the 
activity exempt under this order shall be car- 
ried out in accordance with any terms or 
conditions in the other exemption order as 
well as the conditions in this order. 

3. The Toronto Transit Commission shall 
advise the Director of the Environmental 
Assessment Branch in writing of the date 
construction commences, not more than 30 
days after that date. 

4. This order shall expire on July 1, 1987 if con- 
struction of this facility has not begun by that 
date. O. Reg. 554/86. 

Jaxies Br.\dlev 
Minister of the Environment 



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40 



ONTARIO PLAGE CORPORATION ACT 

O. Reg. 555/86. 

Fees. 

Made — September 2nd, 1986. 

Approved — September 19th, 1986. 

Filed— September 19th, 1986. 



There is no significîmt public opposition to 
the project; and 

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REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 732 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

ONTARIO PLACE CORPORATION 

ACT 



1. Clause 1 (e) of Regulation 732 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, 



5126 O. Reg. 555/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 557/86 



as remade by section 1 of Ontario Reg- 
ulation 398/85, is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 

(e) "winter season" means the period from and 
including the 8th day of September, 1986 to 
and including the 13th day of May, 1987. 

2. Clauses 2 (10) (a) and (b) of the said 
Regulation, as remade by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 635/85, are 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

(a) for each adult, .iiS.OO; 

(b) for each junior, $4.25; 

Ontario Place Corporation: 

V. J. Cooper 

General Manager 

T. Curtis 
Secretary Treasurer 

Dated at Toronto, this 2nd day of September, 1986. 

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HEALTH DISCIPLINES ACT 

O. Reg. 556/86. 

Nursing. 

Made— August 20th, 1986. 

Approved — September 19th, 1986. 

Filed— September 19th, 1986. 



1. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 449 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HEALTH DISCIPLINES ACT 

Subsection 25 (2) of Regulation 449 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
is revoked and the following substi- 
tuted therefor: 



(2) On and after the 1st day of January, 1987 but 
before the 1st day of July, 1987, the fee for writing an 
examination set by the Canadian Nurses Association 
Testing Service for registration as a nurse is $118. 

(3) On and after the 1st day of July, 1987, the fee for 
writing an examination set by the Canadian Nurses 
Association Testing Service for registration as a nurse 
is $128. O. Reg. 556/86, s. 1. 

2. Section 26 of the said Regulation, as 
remade by section 2 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 144/85, is amended by adding 
thereto the following subsections: 



(2) On and after the 1st day of January, 1987 but 
before the 1st day of June, 1987, the fee for writing an 
examination set by the Canadian Nurses Association 
Testing Service for registration as a nursing assistant is 
$68. 

(3) On and after the 1st day of June, 1987, the fee 
for writing an examination set by the Canadian Nurses 
Association Testing Service for registration as a nurs- 
ing assistant is $98. O. Reg. 556/86, s. 2. 

Council of the College of 
Nurses of Ontario: 

JOSELINE SiKORSKI 
President 

Margaret Risk 

Executive Director 

Dated at Toronto, this 20th day of August, 1986. 



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HEALING ARTS RADIATION 
PROTECTION ACT 

O. Reg. 557/86. 

Hospitals Prescribed for the Installation 

and Operation of Computerized Axial 

Tomography Scanners. 
Made— September 19th, 1986. 
Filed— September 19th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 344/84 

MADE UNDER THE 

HEALING ARTS RADIATION 

PROTECTION ACT 



1. 



— (1) Item 39 of the Table to section 1 
of Ontario Regulation 344/84, as 
remade by section 1 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 237/86, is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 



39. 



Grey Bruce Regional 
Health Centre 



1 



(2) The said Table, as remade by section 1 
of Ontario Regulation 237/86, is 
amended by adding thereto the 
following items: 



40. 



41. 



General Hospital, 
Sault Ste. Marie 

York County Hospital, 

Newmarket 



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O. Reg. 558/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 560/86 5193 



Publications Under The Regulations Act 



October Uth, 1986 



HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

O. Reg. 558/86. 

General. 

Made — September 19th, 1986. 

Filed— September 22nd, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 452 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

1.— (1) Part I of Schedule 9 to Regula- 
tion 452 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 is amended by adding 
thereto the following item: 



2a. Belleville 



Quinte Physiotherapy Clinic 



(2) Item 34 of Part I of the said Schedule 9 
is revoked. 

(3) Part I of the said Shedule 9 is further 
amended by adding thereto the fol- 
lowing item: 



39o. North York 



North East Physiotherapy 
Services 



(4) Item 41 of Part I of the said Schedule 9, 
as remade by subsection 1 (2) of 
Ontario Regulation 78/86, is revoked. 



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41 



HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

O. Reg. 559/86. 

General. 

Made — September 19th, 1986. 

Filed — September 22nd, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 452 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 



1. Item 1 of Part I of Schedule 9 to Reg- 
ulation 452 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980, as remade by subsection 
1 (1) of Ontario Regulation 78/86, is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 



1. Aurora 



Coxwell Physiotherapy- 
Centre 



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PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 560/86. 

Restricted .Areas — County of Simcoe, 

Township of Nottawasaga. 
Made — September 18th, 1986. 
Filed — September 22nd, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 675 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1970 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

1. Regulation 675 of Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1970 is amended by adding 
thereto the following section: 

242. — (1) Notwithstanding any other provision of 
this Order, the building existing on the land described 
in subsection (2) on the day this Order comes into force 
may be used for a single-family dwelling, and build- 
ings and structures accesson.' thereto may be erected 
and used on the land, if the following requirements are 
met: 

Minimum front yard 7.6 metres 



Minimum side yards 



3 metres on one side 

and 
1.2 metres on the other 

side 



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5194 O. Reg. 560/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 561/86 



Maximum height of 
single-family dwelling 

Minimum ground floor 
area of single-family 
dwelling 



9. 1 metres 



one storey — 93 square 

metres 

one and one-half storeys 

or more — 69.8 square 

metres 



(2) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land in 
the Township of Nottawasaga in the County of 
Simcoe, being that part of Lot 19 in Concession III 
more particularly described as follows: 

Commencing at the northeast corner of the said 
Lot 19; 

Thence westerly along the northerly limit 264 feet to 
a point in the said northerly limit; 

Thence southerly parallel with the easterly limit of 
the said Lot 165 feet to a point; 

Thence easterly 264 feet to a point in the ea.sterly 
limit of the said Lot; 

Thence northerly along the said easterly limit 165 
feet, more or less, to the point of commence- 
ment. O. Reg. 560/86, s. 1. 

L. J. FiNCHAM 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

Central and Southwest 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 18th day of September, 1986. 

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PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 561/86. 

Restricted Areas — County of Simcoe, 

Township of Nottawasaga. 
Made— September 16th, 1986. 
Filed — September 22nd, 1986. 



1 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 675 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1970 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

Regulation 675 of Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1970 is amended by adding 
thereto the following section: 



243. — (1) Notwithstanding any other provision of 
this Order, a single-family dwelling and buildings and 
structures accessory thereto may be erected and used 
on the land described in subsection (2) if the following 
requirements are met: 



Minimum front yard 
Minimum side yards 



Maximum height of 
single-family dwelling 

Minimum ground floor 
area of single-family 
dwelling 



7.6 metres 

3 metres on one side 

and 
1.2 metres on the other 

side 



9. 1 metres 



one storey — 93 square 

metres 

one and one-half storeys 

or more — 69.8 square 

metres 



(2) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land in 
the Township of Nottawasaga in the County of 
Simcoe, being that part of Lot 23 in Concession I 
described as follows: 

Commencing at a point on the easterly side of the 
Warrington Road, which Road is parallel with and 
adjoins the easterly limit of the Canadian National 
Railway distant 330 feet northwesterly from the 
northwest corner of Village Lot 28 on the east side of 
Front Street in the Village of Warrington as laid out 
by William Gibbard, P.L.S., on part of said 
Township Lot 23; 

Thence northeasterly at right angles to said War- 
rington Road 330 feet; 

Thence northwesterly parallel to said Warrington 
Road 264 feet; 

Thence southwesterly at right angles to said War- 
rington Road 330 feet to the easterly limit of said 
Warrington Road; 

Thence southeasterly along said in lerly limit of 
Warrington Road 264 feet, more or le.-.s, to the point 
of commencement and containing two acres more or 
less. O. Reg. 561/86, s. I. 

L. J. FiNCH.AM 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

Central and Southwest 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 16th day of September, 1986. 



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41 



O. Reg. 562/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 563/86 5195 



PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 
DEVELOPMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 562/86. 

County of Halton (now The Regional 

Municipality of Halton), City of 

Burlington. 
Made — September 18th, 1986. 
Filed — September 22nd, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 482/73 

MADE UNDER THE 

PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 

DEVELOPMENT ACT 

1. Ontario Regulation 482/73 is amended 
by adding thereto the following section: 

124. — (1) The land described in subsection (2) may 
be used for a single-family dwelling and buildings and 
structures accessor*- thereto if the following require- 
ments are met: 

Minimum distance of 
any building or structure 
from the centre line of 
Old York Road 23 metres 



Minimum side yards 

Minimum rear yard 

Minimum floor area of 
single-family dwelling 



1.5 metres 
45 metres 



one storey — 1 1 2 square 

metres 

one and one-half storeys 

— 126 square metres 

two storeys — 140 square 

metres 

split level — 1 1 7 square 

metres 



Maximum height of 
single-family dwelling two storeys 

(2) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land in 
the City of Burlington in The Regional Municipality of 
Halton, formerly in the Township of East Flam- 
borough in the County of Halton. being that part of 
Lot 13 in Concession II designated as Parts 1 and 2 on 
a Plan deposited in the Land Registr>- Office for the 
Registry Division of Halton (No. 20) as Number 
20R-6126. O. Reg. 562/86, s. I. 

L. J. FiNCHAM 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

Central and Southwest 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 18th day of September, 1986. 
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NIAGARA ESCARPMENT PLANNLNG 
AND DEVELOPMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 563/86. 

Designation of .Area of Development 

Control. 
Made — September 15th, 1986. 
Filed — September 22nd, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 683 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

NIAGARA ESCARPMENT 

PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT 

ACT 

1. Paragraph 19 of the Schedule to Reg- 
ulation 683 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 

19. In the Township of Sarawak in the Count> of 
Grey, described as follows: 

Beginning at the intersection of the southerl> 
boundan. of the Township of Sarawak and 
the southerly prolongation of the westerly 
limit of Park Lot 85 of the Town Plot of 
Brook; 

Thence northerly to and along the westerly 
limit of Park Lots 85 to 102, both inclusive, 
of the said Town Plot to the southerly limit of 
Pennefather Street; 

Thence westerly along the said southerly 
limit to the westerh- limit of Park Street; 

Thence northerly along the said westerly 
limit to the northerly limit of Park Lot 57 of 
the said Town Plot; 

Thence westerly along the northerly limit of 
the said Park Lot 57 to the northwesterly 
angle of the said Park Lot; 

Thence northerly and parallel with the west- 
erly limit of Lot 10 in Concession II of the 
Township of Sarawak to the southerly limit 
of the right-of-wa>- of the Canadian National 
Railways; 

Thence westerly along the southerly limit of 
the said right-of-way to the westerly limit of 
the said Concession II; 

Thence northerly along the westerly limit of 
Lots 11, 12, 13, 14 and 15 in the said Conces- 
sion to the northwesterly angle of the said 
Lot 15; 



5196 O. Reg. 563/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 565/86 



Thence easterly along the northerly limit of 
Lot 15 in Concessions II and III to the west- 
erly high-water mark of Owen Sound; 

Thence northerly along the said westerly 
high-water mark to intersect the easterly 
prolongation of the southerly limit of Balmy 
Beach Road in Lot 17 of the said Concession 
III; 

Thence westerly to and along the southerly 
limit of Balmy Beach Road and the said 
southerly limit prolonged to the westerly 
limit of Grey County Road Number 1; 

Thence northerly along the westerly limit of 
the said County Road to the northerly limit of 
Lot 17 in Concession II; 

Thence westerly along the northerly limit of 
the said Lot to the centre line of the said 
Concession; 

Thence northerly along the said centre line to 
the northerly limit of Lot 22 in the said 
Concession; 

Thence westerly along the northerly limit of 
the said Lot 22 to the northwesterly angle of 
the said Lot; 

Thence northerly to and along the easterly 
limit of Concession I to the northeasterly 
angle of Lot 27 in the said Concession; 

Thence westerly along the northerly limit of 
the said Lot 27 500 metres to a point; 

Thence northerly to and along the easterly 
limit of the westerly half of Lot 28 in the said 
Concession to the northerly limit of the said 
Lot; 

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

Thence southerly along the said westerly 
boundary to the southerly boundary of the 
said Township; 

Thence easterly along the said southerly 
boundary to the place of beginning. 



Bernard Graxdm.'utre 
Minister of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 15th day of September, 1986. 



GENERAL WELFARE ASSISTANCE ACT 

O. Reg. 564/86. 

Indian Bands. 

Made — September 19th, 1986. 

Filed— September 22nd, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 442 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

GENERAL WELFARE ASSISTANCE 

ACT 

1. The Schedule to Regulation 442 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, 
as amended by section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 122/82, subsection 1 (2) of 
Ontario Regulation 572/82, section 1 
of Ontario Regulation 822/84 and sec- 
tion 1 of Ontario Regulation 352/85, is 
further amended by adding thereto the 
following items: 

95. Pic Mobert Band 



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96. Sachigo Lake Band 
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GAME AND FISH ACT 

O. Reg. 565/86. 

Hunting on Designated Crown Land 

and in Provincial Parks. 
Made— September 19th, 1986. 
Filed — September 22nd, 1986. 



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2182 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 422 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE , 

GAME AND FISH ACT ' 

1. Section 2 of Regulation 422 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as 
remade by section 1 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 516/85, is amended by striking 
out "2" in the third line and inserting in 
lieu thereof "3". 

2. Clause 6 (1) (a) of the said Regulation 
is revoked. •■ 



O. Reg. 565/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 567/86 5197 



3. Subsection 12 (1) of the said Regula- 
tion is amended by striking out "2" in 
the second line. 

4. Section 13 of the said Regulation, as 
amended by section 2 of Ontario Reg- 
ulation 10/86, is further amended by 
striking out "2" in the second line. 

5. Schedule 2 to the said Regulation is 
revoked. 



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41 



PROVINCIAL PARKS ACT 

O. Reg. 566/86. 

Designation of Parks. 

Made — September 19th, 1986. 

Filed — September 22nd, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 821 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

PROVINCIAL PARKS ACT 

1. Schedule 28 of Appendix B to Regula- 
tion 821 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 is revoked. 



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41 



HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

O. Reg. 567/86. 

Speed Limits. 

Made — September 15th, 1986. 

Filed — September 23rd, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 490 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

1-— (1) Paragraphs 1 and 2 of Part 3 of 
Schedule 3 to Regulation 490 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
are revoked and the following substi- 
tuted therefor: 



Middlesex — 

Twp. of 
London 



1. That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 4 in the Township of London in 
the County of Middlesex King between a 
point situate 685 metres measured 
northerly from its intersection with the 
centreline of the roadway known as 
Fanshawe Park Road in the City of 
London and a point situate 305 metres 
measured southerh- from its intersection 
with the southerly limit of the road 
allowance between concessions 6 and 7. 

That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 4 in the County of Middlesex 
l.ving between a point situate 610 metres 
measured northerly from its intersection 
with the northerly limits of the road 
allowance between concessions 6 and 7 
in the Township of London and a point 
situate 600 metres measured southerly 
from its intersection with the northerly 
limit of the roadway known as 
Middlesex Road 47 in the Township of 
Biddulph. 



(2) Paragraph 1 of Part 5 of the said 
Schedule 3 is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted therefor: 



Middlesex — 

Twps. of 
London and 
Biddulph 



Middlesex- 

Twp. of 
London 



That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 4 in the Township of London in 
the County of Middlesex King between a 
point situate 305 metres measured 
southerly from its intersection with the 
southerly limits of the road allowfmce 
between concessions 6 and 7 and a point 
situate 610 metres measured northerly 
from its intersection with the northerly 
limits of the said road allowance. 



(3) Part 5 of the said Schedule 3 is 
amended by adding thereto the 
following paragraph: 



Middlesex- 

Twp. of 
Biddulph 



19. That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 4 in the Township of Biddulph in 
the County of Middlesex King between a 
point situate 185 metres measured 
southerly from its intersection with the 
northerly limit of the roadway known as 
Middlesex Road 47 and a point situate 
600 metres measured southerly from its 
intersection with the northerly limit of 
the roadway known as Middlesex Road 
47. 



(4) Paragraph 2 of Part 6 of the said 
Schedule 3 is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted therefor: 



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5198 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 567/86 



Middlesex- 

Twp. of 
Biddulph 



That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 4 in the Township of Biddulph in 
the County of Middlesex beginning at a 
point situate at its intersection with the 
northerly limits of the roadway known 
as Middlesex Road 47 and extending 
southerly therealong for a distance of 
185 metres. 



2. Part 3 of Schedule 4 to the said Regu- 
lation is amended by adding thereto the 
following paragraphs: 



Brant— 

Twp. of 

South 

Dumfries 

Regional 
Municipality 
of Hamiiton- 
Wentworth — 

Town of 
Flam borough 



That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 5 in the Township of South 
Dumfries in the County of Brant lying 
between a point situate 1260 metres 
measured easterly from its intersection 
with the easterly limit of the roadway 
known as Brant County Road 13 and a 
point situate 585 metres measured west- 
erly from its intersection with the east- 
erly limit of the King's Highway known 
as No. 6 in the Town of Flamborough in 
The Regional Municipality of Hamilton- 
Wentworth. 



That part of the king's Highway known 
as No. S in the Town of Flamborough in 
The Regional Municipality of Hamilton- 
Wentworth lying between a point situate 
545 metres measured easterly from its 
Town of intersection with the easterly limit of the 

Flamborough ^ij^g.^ Highway known as No. 6 and a 
point situate 990 metres measured west- 
erly from its intersection with the east- 
erly limit of the roadway known as Mill 
Street. 



Part 3 of Schedule 5 to the said Regu- 
lation is amended by adding thereto the 
following paragraph: 



Regional 
Municipality 
of Hamilton- 
Wentworth — 



27. That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 6 in the Town of Flamborough in 
The Regional Municipality of Hamilton- 
Wentworth lying between a point situate 
345 metres measured northerly from its 
Town of intersection with the northerly limit of 

Flamborough ^^e King's Highway known as No. 5 and 

Wellington ^ point situate 550 metres measured 

southerly from its intersection with the 
northerly limit of the roadway known as 
Wellington County Road No. 36 in the 
Township of Puslinch in the County of 
Wellington. 



Regional 
Municipality 
of Hamilton- 
Wentworth — 



Twp. of 
Puslinch 



Part 3 of Schedule 10 to the said Reg- 
ulation is amended by adding thereto 
the following paragraphs: 

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10. 

Regional 
Municipality 
of Waterloo — 

Cit>- of 
Cambridge 

Regional 
Municipalit>' 
of Hamilton- 
Wentworth — 

Town of 
Flamborough 



11. 

Regional 
Municipality 
of Hamilton- 
Wentworth — 

Town of 
Flamborough 



12. 

Regional 
Municipality 
of Hamilton- 
Wentworth — 

Town of 
Flamborough 



That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 8 in the Township of North 
Dumfries in The Regional Municipality 
of Waterloo lying between a point 
situate 2250 metres measured easterly 
from its intersection with the easurly 
limit of the roadwa\ known as Waterloo 
Regional Road No. 97 and a point 
situate at its intersection with the west 
junction of the King's Highway known 
as No. 8 and 52 in the Town of Flam- 
borough in The Regional Municipality 
of Hamilton-Wentworth. 



That part of the King's Highway Known 
as No. 8 and 52 in the Town of Flam- 
borough in The Regional Municipality 
of Hamilton-Wentworth lying between a 
point situate at its intersection with the 
west junction of the King's Highway 
known as No. 8 and the King's Highway 
known as No. 52 and a point situate at 
its intersection with the east junction of 
the said King's Highways. 

That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 8 in the Town of Flamborough in 
The Regional Municipality of Hamilton- 
Wentworth lying between a point situate 
at its intersection with the east junction 
of the King's Highway known as No. 8 
and 52 and a point situate 145 metres 
measured westerly from its intersection 
with the westerly limit of the roadway 
known as Middleton Road. 



Part 3 of Schedule 255 to the said Reg- 
ulation is amended by adding thereto 
the following paragraphs: 



2. 

Regional 
Municipality 
of Hamilton- 
Wentworth — 

Town of 
Flamborough 



Regional 
Municipality 
of Hamilton- 
Wentworth — 

Town of 
Flamborough 



That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 52 in the Town of Flamborough 
in The Regional Municipality of 
Hamilton-Wentworth lying between a 
point situate at its intersection with the 
southerly limit of the roadway known as 
the Gore Road and a point situate at its 
intersection with the northerly limit of 
the roadway known as Hamilton- 
Wentworth Regional Road No. 97. 

That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 8 and 52 in the Town of Flam- 
borough in The Regional Municipality 
of Hamilton-Wentworth lying between a 
point situate at its intersection with the 
west junction of the King's Highway 
known as No. 8 and the King's Highway 
known as No. 52 and a point situate at 
its intersection with the east junction of 
the said King's Highways. 



O. Reg. 567/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 568/86 5199 



Regional 
Municipality 
of Hamilton- 
Wentworth — 

Town of 
Flam borough 



That part of the King's Highway known 
as Xo. 52 in the Town of Flamborough 
in The Regional Municipality of 
Hamilton-Wentworth King between a 
point situate at its intersection with the 
east junction of the King's Highway 
known as No. 8 and 52 and a point 
situate at its intersection with the road- 
way known as Hamilton-Wentworth 
Regional Road Xo. 299. 

Edw.\rd Fulton 

Minister of Transportation 

and Communications 



Dated at Toronto, this 15th day of September, 1986. 
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EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS ACT 



O. Reg. 568/86. 
Amending Certain Regulations. 
Made — September 24th. 1986. 
Filed — September 25th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO REVOKE AND 
AMEND CERTAIN REGULATIONS 

MADE UNDER THE 
EMPLOV-MENT STANDARDS ACT 

1. Regulation 281 of Re\ised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1980 and Ontario Regula- 
tion 803/83 are revoked. 

2.— (1) Section 3 of Regulation 283 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, 
as remade by section 1 of Ontario Reg- 
ulation 39/85, is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

3. — (1) For the work week in which the 1st day of 
October, 1986 occurs and thereafter, a contract or 
arrangement for the ser\-ices of a domestic or nanny 
shall pro\-ide that the wages for such serxnce shall not 
be less than, 

(a) $35 a day; 

(b) S 191 a week; or 

(c) S823 a month. 



(2) For the work week in which the 1st day of 
October, 1986 occurs and thereafter, in the absence of 
a contract or arrangement described in subsection (1), 
a householder shall pay a domestic or nanny not less 
than S4.35 per hour. O. Reg. 568/86, s. 2 (1). 

2185 



(2) Section 4 of the said Regulation, as 
remade by section 1 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 75/84, is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

4. For the work week in which the 1st day of 
October, 1986 occurs and thereafter, where meals or 
room or both are taken into account by a householder 
in calculating the minimum wage of a domestic or 
nanny, the maximum amount at which meals or room 
or both shall be valued for the purposes of determining 
if the minimum wage prescribed has been paid to the 
person shall be as follows: 

1. Room S20 a week where the room is 

private and $10 a week where 
the room is not private. 

2. Meals SI. 70 a meal and not more than 

S35 a week. 



Both room 
and meab 



$55 a week where the room is 
private and $45 a week where 
the room is not private. 

O. Reg. 568/86, s. 2 (2). 



(3) Subsection 5 (5) of the said Regulation, 
as remade by section 2 of Ontario Reg- 
ulation 39/85, is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

(5) For the work week in which the 1st day of 
October, 1986 occurs and thereafter, where no com- 
pensating time is given as prescribed by subsection (4) 
and notwithstanding section 3, the householder shall 
pay to the domestic or nanny a minimum wage of not 
less than $6.53 per hour for each hour duties are per- 
formed by the domestic or nanny during a free 
period. 6. Reg. 568/86, s. 2 (3). 

(4) Subsection 5û(1) of the said Regula- 
tion, as made by section 3 of Ontario 
Regulation 39/85, is revoked and the 
following substituted therefon 

(1) For the work week in which the 1st day of 
October, 1986 occurs and thereafter, where a domestic 
or nanny who does not reside in the residence of the 
householder performs duties for the householder in 
excess of forty-four hours in a week, the householder, 
notwithstanding section 3, shall pay to the domestic or 
nanny a minimum wage of not less than $6. 53 per hour 
for each hour duties are performed in excess of forty- 
four hours. O. Reg. 568/86. s. 2 (4). 



(5) Notwithstanding subsections (I), (2), 
(3) and (4), Regulation 283 of Re\-ised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as it read 
on the 1st day of July, 1986, shall be 
deemed to continue to have effect to 



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and including the work week 
immediately preceding the work week 
in which the 1st dav of October, 1986 



3.— (1) Section 3 of Regulation 284 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, 
as remade by section 1 of Ontario Reg- 
ulation 307/85, is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

3. Subject to section 4, every employer shall pay a 
minimum wage of not less than, 

(a) $3.50 an hour to an employee who is a stu- 
dent under eighteen years of age where the 
weekly hours of the student are not in excess 
of twenty-eight hours or where the student is 
employed during a school holiday; and 

(b) $4.35 an hour to an employee other than an 
employee mentioned in clause (a). O. Reg. 
568/86, s. 3 (1). 

(2) Section 5 of the said Regulation, as 
amended by section 2 of Ontario Reg- 
ulation 241/81, section 2 of Ontario 
Regulation 342/84 and section 2 of 
Ontario Regulation 307/85, is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

5. Where housing accommodation, room or meals 
are taken into account by an employer in calculating 
the minimum wage of an employee, the maximum 
amount at which such housing accommodation, room 
or meals shall be valued shall be as follows: 



1. Serviced housing 
accommodation 

2. Housing 
accommodation 

3. Room 



4. Meals 



5. Both room 
and meals 



$63 a week. 



$47 a week. 

$20 a week where the room is 
private and $10 a week where 
the room is not private. 

$1. 70 a meal and not more than 
$35 a week. 



$55 a week where the room is 
private and $45 a week where 
the room is not private. 

O. Reg. 568/86, s. 3 (2). 



(3) This section comes into force on the 
1st day of January, 1987. 



4, — (1) Section 6 of Regulation 285 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
is amended by striking out "or" at the 

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end of clause U), by inserting "or" at 
the end of clause 0) and by adding 
thereto the following clause: 

(k) as an ambulance driver, ambulance driver's 
helper or first-aid attendant on an ambul- 
ance. 

(2) Subsections 9(1) and (2) of the said 
Regulation, as remade by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 802/83, are 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

(1) For the work week in which the 1st day of 
October, 1986 occurs and thereafter, an employer shall 
pay not less than the minimum wage hereinafter pre- 
scribed: 

1. To an employee who is a student under 
eighteen years of age where the weekly hours 
of the student are not in excess of twenty- 
eight hours or where the student is employed 
during a school holiday, $3.50 an hour. 

2. To an employee who is a learner during the 
first month of employment as a learner, $4.25 
an hour. 

3. To an employee who serves liquor directly to 
a customer, guest, member or patron in pre- 
mises for which a licence or in a place for 
which a permit has been issued under the 
Liquor Licence Act, $3.85 an hour. 

4. For the services of a hunting or fishing guide, 
$21.75 for less than five consecutive hours in 
a day and $43.50 for five or more hours in a 
day whether or not the hours are consecutive. 

5. To an employee other than one to whom 
paragraph 1, 2, 3 or 4 applies, $4.35 an hour. 

(2) For the work week in which the 1st day of 
October, 1986 occurs and thereafter, where meals or 
room or both are taken into account by an employer in 
calculating the minimum wage of an employee, the 
maximum amount at which meals or room or both 
shall be valued for the purposes of determining if the 
minimum wage prescribed has been paid to the person 
shall be as follows: 



1 . Room 



2. Meals 

3. Both room 
and meals 



$20 a week where the room is] 
private and $10 a week where j 
the room is not private. 

$1.70 a meal and not more than 
$35 a week. 

$55 a week where the room is 
private and $45 a week where 
the room is not private. 



O. Reg. 568/86, s. 4 (2). 



HI 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 569/86 5201 



(3) Not^vithstanding subsection (2), sec- 
tion 9 of Regulation 285 of Revised Regula- 
tions of Ontario, 1980, as it read on the 1st 
day of July, 1986, shall be deemed to con- 
tinue to have effect to and including the work 
week immediateh preceding the work week 
in which the 1st day of October, 1986 occurs. 



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41 



I 



OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND 
SAFETY ACT 

O. Reg. 569/86. 
Mines and Mining Plants. 
Made — Septemljer 24th, 1986. 
Filed — September 25th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 694 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND 

SAFETY ACT 

1. — (1) Subsection 118 (1) of Regulation 
694 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1980 is amended by striking out "and" 
at the end of clause (e ) and by adding 
thereto the following clauses: 

(g) under the control and direction of a compe- 
tent person; and 

(A ) that is securely locked at all times when the 
competent person mentioned in clause (g) is 
not present. 

(2) Section 118 of the said Regulation is 
amended by adding thereto the fol- 
lowing subsections: 

(3) Records shall be kept of explosives received and 
issued out of the magazine showing, 

(a) the date of receipt or issue; and 

(b) the quantit>- and type of explosives received 
or issued. 

(4) A weekly inspection of the magazine shall be 
carried out by a competent person who shall report in 
writing to a supervisor as to, 

(a) the condition of the magazine and the explo- 
sives; and 

ib) the quantities of each type of explosives 
stored therein. 



(5) Reports and records required by subsections (3) 
and (4) shall be kept for a period of at least three 
years. O. Reg. 569/86, s. 1 (2). 

2. The said Regulation is amended by 
i adding thereto the following section: 

I18o. In sections 119 to 123a, "magazine" or 
"licensed magazine" includes an explosives storage 
area in the underground workings of a mine. O. Reg. 
569/86, s. 2. 

3. Subsection 119 (6) of the said Regula- 
tion is revoked. 

4. Section 121 of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

121. — (1) A licensed magazine in an underground 
mine shall be under the control and direction of a com- 
petent person. 

(2) A weekly inspection of a magazine in an under- 
ground mine shall be carried out by a competent per- 
son who shall report in writing to a supervisor, 

(a) as to the condition of the mag2izine and the 
explosives; and 

(b) as to the quantities of explosives stored 
therein. 

(3) Reports required by subsection (2) shall be kept 
for a period of at least six months. O. Reg. 569/86, 
s. 4. 

5. The said Regulation is further 
amended by adding thereto the fol- 
lowing section: 

123a. — (1) A licence for a magazine shall be in the 
following form: 



Ontario 

Ministr\ of 

Labour 



Mining Health 
and Safety- 
Branch 



STORAGE OF 
EXPLOSIVES 



This licence is issued in accordance with the require- 
ments of the Occupational Health and Safety Act and 
Regulations for Mines and Mining Plants. 



Capacity 



Explosives: 



Blasting Caps: 



Applicant 



Location 



Licence 
Number 



Date 



Engineer of 
the Ministr\- 



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O. Reg. 570/86 



This Licence is to be posted at the location set out 
herein. 

(2) A Ucence for a magazine is valid only for the 
location set out in the licence. O. Reg. 569/86, s. 5. 

6. Section 234 of the said Regulation is 
amended by adding thereto the fol- 
lowing subsection: 

(6) The person or persons designated to carry out 
the functions set out in subsection (4) shall be readily 
available to perform those functions. O. Reg. 
569/86, s. 6. 

7. Section 271 of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

271. (1) Where fifteen or more persons congregate 

to eat, a lunchroom shall be provided which, 

(a) is of sufficient size to accommodate all the 
persons therein; 

(b) is heated, lighted and ventilated; 

(c) has hand washing and drying facilities; 

(d) has hot and cold water; 

(e) has facilities for warming of food; 

(/) has suitable seating facilities; and 

(g) has a non-combustible, covered receptacle 
for waste disposal. 

(2) Where less than fifteen persons congregate to 
eat, an eating area shall be provided which has, 

(a) suitable seating facilities; and 

(b) fire retardant receptacles for waste disposal. 

(3) All lunchrooms and eating areas shall be kept 
sanitary, clean and dry. O. Reg. 569/86, s. 7. 



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41 



RENTAL HOUSING PROTECTION ACT, 

1986 

O. Reg. 570/86. 

General. 

Made— September 24th, 1986. 

Filed— September 25th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 434/86 

MADE UNDER THE 

RENTAL HOUSING PROTECTION 

ACT, 1986 



1. Schedule 2 to Ontario Regulation 
434/86 is amended by adding thereto 
the following paragraphs: 

2. That parcel of land known municipally as 
350 Front Street in the City of Belleville, 
more particularly described as follows: 

In the City of Belleville in the County 
of Hastings, being composed of lots 6 1 
and 62 and part of lots 54, 58, 59, 60 
and 63 and part of the Island known 
as Lot 69 according to Haslett's Plan, 
registered in the Land Registry Office 
for the Registry Division of Hastings 
and part of the Bed of the Moria 
River, lying east of the Island known 
as Lot 69, being part of Lot 3 in Con- 
cession 1 of the Geographic Township 
of Thurlow, all designated as parts 1, 
2, 3 and 4 on Reference Plan 
21R-9366, deposited in the Land 
Registry Office for the Land Titles 
Division of Hastings. 

Subject to an easement, described in 
Instrument 166993, in favour of Her 
Majesty the Queen in right of the 
Province of Ontario as represented b\ 
the Minister of the Environment, its 
successors and assigns, on, in, across, 
under and through part of the said 
Island known as Lot 69 designated as 
Part 2 on Plan 21R-9366. 

Subject to an easement, described in 
Instrument 328539, in favour of The 
Corporation of the City of Belleville, 
its successors and assigns over part of 
the said Island known as Lot 69 
designated as parts 2 and 3 on Plan 
21R-9366. 

3. The land known municipally as 211, 215 and 
2 19 College Street in the City of Toronto and 
described as part of Park Lot 14 in the First 
Concession from the Bay in the City of 
Toronto, in The Municipality of Metropoli- 
tan Toronto more particularly described as 
follows: 

Commencing at a point where the 
production easterly of the southerly 
limit of College Street would be inter- 
sected by the production northerly of 
the westerly limit of Beverley Street; 

Thence westerly to and along the said 
southerly limit of College Street 252 
feet 1 1 inches more or less to the east- 
erly limit of Ross Street; 

I 

Thence southerly parallel with 
Beverley Street along the said easterly 
limit of Ross Street 200 feet; 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 572/86 5203 



Thence easterly parallel with College 
Street 253 feet Vz inch more or less to 
the westerly limit of Beverley Street; 

Thence northerly along the said west- 
erly limit of Beverley Street and its 
production northerly 200 feet to the 
place of beginning. 

Saving and Excepting therefrom that part of 
the said lands e.xpropriated by The Corpora- 
tion of the City of Toronto under By-law 
16612 and being 25 feet on the west side of 
Beverley Street by 15 feet on the south side of 
College Street, as more particularly described 
in registered Instrument No. 56441 E.P. 



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41 



COURTS OF JUSTICE ACT, 1984 

O. Reg. 571/86. 
Salaries and Benefits of Masters. 
Made — September 24th, 1986. 
Filed— September 25th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 539 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

COURTS OF JUSTICE ACT, 1984 



1. Section 1 of Regulation 539 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as 
remade by section 1 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 672/85, is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

1. The annual salary- of a master in a posi- 
tion referred to in Column 1 of the Schedule is 
the salar> set out opposite thereto in Column 2 
for service on and after the 1st day of April, 
1986. O. Reg. 571/86, s. 1. 

2. The Schedule to the said Regulation, 
as remade by section 2 of Ontario Reg- 
ulation 672/85, is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 



Schedule 



Column 1 


COLUM.N 2 


Senior Master 
Master 


S82,540 
78,000 



(9475) 



O. Reg. 571/86, s. 2. 
41 



PROVINCIAL OFFENCES ACT 

O. Reg. 572/86. 

Proceedings Commenced by Certificate 

of Offence. 
Made— September 24th, 1986. 
Filed— September 25th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND REGULATION 817 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

PROVINCIAL OFFENCES ACT 

1. Regulation 817 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is amended by adding thereto 
the following Schedule: 

Schedule 81 



Regulation 704 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
under the Ontario Food Terminal Act 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


1. 

5 


Driving vehicle in excess of 15 km per hour 
Causing vehicle to be driven in excess of 15 km per 
hour 


section 3 
section 3 



2189 



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O. Reg. 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


3. 


Failing to obey traffic sign 


clause 4(1 )(a) 


4. 


Failing to obey road markings 


clause 4(l)(b) 


5. 


Failing to obey stop sign 


subsection 4(2) 


6. 


Failing to obey officer's traffic direction 


subsection 6(2) 


7. 


Operating bicycle in prohibited area 


section 7 


8. 


Operating vehicle in prohibited area 


section 7 


9. 


Obstructing traffic 


section 8 


10. 


Failing to obey officer's traffic direction 


section 9 


11. 


Operating vehicle without driver's licence 


section 10 


12. 


Careless driving 


section 11 


13. 


Driving unsafe vehicle 


clause 12(a) 


14. 


Causing unsafe vehicle to be driven 


clause 12(a) 


IS. 


Driving unlicenced vehicle 


clause 12(b) 


16. 


Causing unlicenced vehicle to be driven 


clause 12(b) 


17. 


Transferring fruit or produce outside Farmers' Mar- 






ket section 


subsection 14(4) 


18. 


Transferring fruit or produce in buyer's court during 






prohibited hours 


subsection 14(5) 


19. 


Parking inoperative or unlicenced vehicle 


subsection 14(9) 


20. 


Storing inoperative or unlicenced vehicle 


subsection 14(9) 


21. 


Leaving inoperative or unlicenced vehicle 


subsection 14(9) 


12. 


Causing inoperative or unlicenced vehicle to be 






parked 


subsection 14(9) 


U. 


Permitting inoperative or unlicenced vehicle to be 






parked 


subsection 14(9) 


24. 


Causing inoperative or unlicenced vehicle to be 






stored 


subsection 14(9) 


25. 


Permitting inoperative or unlicenced vehicle to be 






stored 


subsection 14(9) 


26. 


Causing inoperative or unlicenced vehicle to be left 


subsection 14(9) 


27. 


Permitting inoperative or unlicenced vehicle to be 






left 


subsection 14(9) 


28. 


Failing to report accident 


section 15 


29. 


Selling fruit or produce other than by wholesale 


section 16 


30. 


Unauthorized selling of goods 


section 17 


31. 


Unlawful selling of goods 


section 18 


32. 


Entering into (designate place) during prohibited 






hours 


subsection 20(1) 


il. 


Releasing fruit or produce from cold storage 


section 22 


34. 


Delivering fruit or produce during prohibited hours 


subsection 23(1) 


35. 


Receiving fruit or produce from prohibited vehicle 


section 24 


36. 


Unauthorized entry from Parklawn Road 


section 25 


37. 


Unauthorized entry from Queensway 


section 26 


38. 


Damaging property 


subsection 27(1) 


39. 


Misusing public area of Food Terminal Building 


clause 27(2)(a) 


40. 


Creating a nuisance 


clause 27(2)(b) 


41. 


Removing barricade or traffic sign 


clause 27(2)(c) 


42. 


Damaging barricade or traffic sign 


clause 27(2)(c) 


43. 


Interfering with barricade or traffic sign 


clause 27(2Kc) 


44. 


Chmbing fence 


clause 27(2)(d) 


45. 


Removing fence 


clause 27(2)(d) 


46. 


Damaging fence 


clause 27(2)(d) 


47. 


Interfering with use of gate 


clause 27(2)(e) 


48. 


Interfering with use of lock 


clause 27(2)(e) 


49. 


Interfering with use of equipment 


clause 27(2)(e) 


50. 


Interfering with use of supplies 


clause 27(2)(e) 


51. 


Dumping garbage 


clause 27(3)(a) 


52. 


Causing garbage to be dumped 


clause 27(3)(a) 


53. 


Littering 


clause 27(3)(b) 


54. 


Permitting animal in terminal 


subsection 27(4) 


55. 


Permitting unsanitary conditions 


section 29 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 573/86 5205 



1 1 EM 


Column l 


Column 2 


56 

57. 

58. 

59 
60. 
61. 
62. 
63. 
64 
65 


Maintaining equipment with steel or iron wheels on 
Food Terminal Building docks or floors 
Operating equipment with steel or iron wheek on 
Food Terminal Building docks or floors 
.\llowing equipment with steel or iron wheels to be 
operated on Food Terminal Building docks or floors 
Maintaining damaging equipment 
Operating damaging equipment 
.\llowing damaging equipment to be operated 
Using docks of Food Terminal Building for storage 
Using docks or buyers' court for storage 
Keeping for sale merchandise in prohibited area 
Displa>ing merchandise in prohibited area 


clause 30(a) 

clause 30(a) 

clause 30(a) 
clause 30(b) 
clause 30(b) 
clause 30(b) 
section 31 
section 32 
section 33 
section 33 



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O. Reg. 572/86, s. 1. 
41 



NIAGAR.\ ESCARPMENT PLANNING 
AND DEVELOPMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 573/86. 

Designation of Area of Development 

Control. 
Made — September 23rd, 1986. 
Filed — September 25th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 
REGULATION 683 OF 
REVISED REGULATIONS OF 
ONTARIO, 1980 
MADE UNDER THE 
NIAGARA ESCARPMENT PLAN- 
NING AND DEVELOPMENT ACT 

1. Paragraph 11 of the Schedule to Reg- 
ulation 683 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980, as remade by section 1 
of Ontario Regulation 289/86, is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

11. In the Township of Collingwood in the County 
of Grey, described as follows: 

i. Beginning at the southwesterly angle of the 
Township of Collingwood; 

Thence easterly along the southerly bound- 
ar>- of the said Township to intersect the 
southerly prolongation of the westerly limit 
of Lot 1 in Concession DC; 

Thence northerly to and along the westerly 
Umit of lots 1, 2 and 3 in the said Concession 
to the northwesterly angle of that Lot 3; 



Thence easterly along the northerly Umit of 
that Lot 3 to the northeasterly angle of that 
Lot; 

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Thence northerly to and along the easterly 
limit of Lot 4 in the said Concession to the 
northeasterly angle of that Lot; 

Thence easterly to and along the southerly 
Umit of Lot 5 in Concession \TII to the 
southeasterly angle of that Lot; 

Thence northerly along the easterly Umit of 
that Lot 5 to the northeasterly angle of that 
Lot; 

Thence easterly along the southerly Umit of 
Lot 6 in Concession VII to the southeasterly 
ângje of that Lot; 

Thence northerly along the westerly Umit of 
the road allowance between concessions VI 
and VTI to the northeasterly angle of Lot 14 
in the said Concession VU; 

Thence easterly to and along the southerly 
limit of Lot 15 in concessions VI and V to the 
easterly limit of the westerly half of Lot 15 in 
the said Concession \'; 

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

Thence northerly along the easterly limit of 
lots 18 and 19 in the said Concession to the 
northeasterly angle of that Lot 19; 

Thence westerly along the southerly limit of 
Lot 20 in concessions V and VI to the easterly 
limit of the westerly half of Lot 20 in Conces- 
sion \T; 

Thence northerly along the easterly Umit of 
the westerly half of lots 20 and 2 1 in the said 
Concession to the northerly Umit of that Lot 
21; 

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



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O. Reg. 573/86 



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

Thence westerly to and along the southerly 
limit of Lot 19 in Concession VII to the 
southwesterly angle of that Lot; 

Thence southerly to and along the easterly 
limit of lots 18 and 17 in Concession VIII to 
the southeasterly angle of Lot 17; 

Thence westerly along the northerly limit of 
Lot 16 in the said Concession to the westerly 
limit of the easterly half of that Lot; 

Thence southerly along the westerly limit of 
the easterly half of lots 16, IS, 14 and 13 in 
the said Concession to the southerly limit of 
that Lot 13; 

Thence southerly on the same course to the 
northerly limit of Lot 12 in the said Conces- 



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

Thence southerly along the westerly limit of 
that Lot 12 to the southwesterly angle of that 
Lot; 

Thence westerly to and along the southerly 
limit of Lot 12 in concessions IX, X and XI 
to the southwesterly angle of Lot 12 in the 
said Concession XI; 

Thence northerly along the westerly limit of 
Lot 12 in the said Concession XI to the 
northwesterly angle of that Lot; 

Thence westerly along the northerly limit of 
Lot 12 in Concession XII and the said limit 
prolonged to the westerly boundary of the 
Township of Collingwood; 

Thence southerly along the westerly bound- 
ary of the said Township to the place of 
beginning. 

Beginning at the southwesterly angle of Lot 
13 in Concession III; 

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

Thence easterly along the southerly limit of 
Lot 14 in the said Concession to the westerly 
limit of the easterly half of that Lot; 



Thence northerly along the westerly limit of 
the easterly half of lots 14 and IS in the said 
Concession to the northerly limit of that Lot 
15; 

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Thence easterly along the said northerly limit 
250 metres to a point; 

Thence southerly and parallel with the west- 
erly limit of the easterly half of lots 15 and 14 
to the northerly limit of Lot 13 in the said 
Concession; 

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

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

Thence westerly along that southerly limit to 
the place of beginning. 

iii. Beginning at the southeasterly angle of the 
Township of Collingwood; 

Thence northerly along the easterly bound- 
ary of the said Township to intersect the 
easterly prolongation of the southerly limit of 
Lot 8 in Concession I; 

Thence westerly to and along the southerly 
limit of that Lot to the westerly limit of that 
Lot; 

Thence northerly along the westerly limit of 
Concession I to the southwesterly angle of 
Lot 10 in the said Concession; 

Thence easterly along the southerly limit of 
that Lot and the said southerly limit pro- 
longed to the easterly boundary of the said 
Township; 

Thence northerly along the said easterly 
boundary to intersect the southerly limit of 
the road allowance between lots 12 and 13 of 
the said Township; 

Thence westerly along the northerly limit of 
Lot 12 in concessions I and II to the north- 
westerly angle of Lot 12 in Concession II of 
the said Township; 

Thence southerly along the westerly limit of 
lots 12, 11, 10, 9 and 8 in the said Concession 
to intersect the easterly prolongation of the 
southerly limit of the northerly half of Lot 8 
in Concession III of the said Township; 

Thence westerly to and along the southerly 
limit of the said half Lot to the westerly limit )| 
of that Lot; 

Thence northerly along the westerly limit of 
lots 8 and 9 in the said Concession to the 
northwesterly angle of that Lot 9; 



Thence westerly along the southerly limit of 
the road allowance between lots 9 and 10 and 
the diversion thereof to the northwesterly 
angle of Lot 9 in Concession IV; 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



5207 



Thence southerly along the westerly limit of 
lots 9 and 8 in the said Concession to the 
southwesterly angle of that Lot 8; 

Thence easterly along the southerly limit of 
that Lot to the easterly limit of the said Con- 



Thence southerly along the easterly limit of 
the said Concession to the northerly limit of 
Lot 3; 

Thence westerly along the northerly limit of 
that Lot to the westerly limit of the said Con- 
cession IV; 

Thence southerly along the westerly limit of 
the said Concession to the southerly bound- 
ar> of the Township of Collingwood; 

Thence easterly along the southerly bound- 
ary- of the said Township to the southeasterly 
angle of the said Township; 

Beginning at the intersection of the southerly 
limit of Lot 15 in Concession II and the west- 
erly Umit of Deviation Road; 

Thence northerly along the said westerly 
limit to the southerly limit of Part 1 as shown 
on a Plan deposited in the Registr>- Division 
of Grey North (No. 16) as Number 16R-662; 

Thence westerly along the southerly limit of 
the said Part to the westerly limit of the said 
Part; 

Thence northerly along the said westerly 
limit to the northerly limit of the said Part; 

Thence easterly along the said northerly limit 
to the westerly limit of Deviation Road; 

Thence northerly along the said westerly 
limit to the southerly limit of Lot 16 in the 
said Concession; 

Thence westerh- along the said southerly 
limit 52 metres to a point; 

Thence northwesterly in a straight line to a 
point in the southerly limit of Lot 17 in the 
said Concession distance 70 metres measured 
westerly therealong from the westerly limit of 
Winter Park Road; 

Thence northwesterly in a straight line to a 
point on a line parallel with and distant 75 
metres measured due south from the north- 
erly limit of Lot 18 in the said Concession the 
said point being distant 130 metres measured 
easterly therealong from the westerly limit of 
that Lot; 

2193 



Thence westerh- along the said parallel line 
130 metres to the westerly limit of that Lot; 

Thence northerly along the easterly limit of 
the road allowance between concessions 11 
and III to the southwesterly angle of Lot 19 
in Concession II; 

Thence westerly to and along the southerly 
limit of Lot 19 in Concession in 80 metres to 
a point; 

Thence northwesterly in a straight line to a 
point in the northerly limit of Lot 19 in the 
said Concession distant 375 metres measured 
westerly from the northeasterly angle of that 
Lot; 

Thence northwesterly in a straight line to the 
southerly angle of Lot 39 as shown on a Plan 
registered in the said Registry Office as 
Number 634; 

Thence northwesterly along the southwest- 
erly limit of the said Plan to the southerly 
limit of the road allowance between lots 21 
and 22; 

Thence northerly along the northerly pro- 
longation of the westerly limit of the said 
Plan to the centre line of the said road allow- 



Thence westerly along the said centre line to 
the southwesterly angle of a Plan registered 
in the said Registr>- Office as Numbr 1045; 

Thence northeasterly along the westerly and 
northerly limits of the said Plan to the west- 
erly limit of Arrowhead Road; 

Thence northerly along the said westerlx 
limit to the northerly Umit of the southerly 
half of Lot 23) in Concession IV; 

Thence westerly along the said northerly 
limit and tht- -aid northerly limit prolonged 
to the easterh limit of Lot 2i in Concession 
V; 

Thence northerly along the easterly limit of 
lots 2i, 24 and 25 in the said Concession to 
the southerly limit of a Plîin registered in the 
said Registry Office as Number 425; 

Thence westerly along the said southerly 
limit to the westerly limit of the said Plan; 

Thence northerly along the said westerly 
limit to the southerly limit of the right of way 
of the Canadian National Railways; 

Thence westerly along the southerly limit of 
the said right of way to the northeasterly 



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O. Reg. 574/86 



angle of a Plan registered in the said Registry 
Office as Number 903; 

Thence southerly along the easterly limit of 
the said Plan to the northeasterly angle of 
Block A as shown on the said Plan; 

Thence westerly along the northerly limit of 
the said Block A to the northwesterly angle of 
the said Block; 

Thence northerly along a westerly limit of the 
said Plan to the southerly limit of Wensley 
Drive; 

Thence westerly along the said southerly 
limit to the line between concessions V and 
VI; 

Thence southerly along the said Hne 33.71 
metres to the northerly limit of a Plan depo- 
sited in the said Registry Office as Number 
16R-1929; 

Thence easterly along the said northerly limit 
11.48 metres to the easterly limit of the said 
Plan; 

Thence southerly along the said easterly limit 
to the southerly limit of the said Plan; 

Thence westerly along the said southerly 
limit 2.68 metres to the line between conces- 
sions V and VI; 

Thence southerly along the said line 22.20 
metres to the northerly limit of Part 15 as 
shown on a Plan deposited in the said Regis- 
try Office as Number 16R-1649; 

Thence southwesterly along the northwest- 
erly limits of the said Part to the northerly 
angle of Part 16 as shown on the said Plan; 

Thence north 7° 20' 10" west 61.0 metres to a 
point; 

Thence north 8° 34' west 11 metres more or 
less to the northerly limit of Lot 25 in the said 
Concession; 

Thence westerly along the said northerly 
limit to the westerly limit of Concession VI; 

Thence southerly along the said westerly 
limit to the northerly limit of Lot 22; 

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

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



Thence easterly along the southerly limit of 
Lot 22 in Concession V to the southeasterly 
angle of that Lot; 

2194 



Thence southerly to and along the easterly 
limit of Lot 2 1 in the said Concession to the 
southeasterly angle of that Lot; 

Thence easterly to and along the southerly 
limit of Lot 2 1 in Concession IV to the west- 
erly limit of the easterly half of Lot 20 in the 
said Concession; 

Thence southerly along the said westerly 
limit to the southerly limit of that Lot; 

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

Thence easterly along the northerly limit of 
Lot 19 in Concession III 58 metres to a point; 

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to the 
northeasterly angle of a Plan registered in the 
said Registry Office as Number 807, the said 
angle being on the northerly limit Lot 18 in 
the said Concession; 

Thence southeasterly along the easterly limit 
of the said Plan to the northerly limit of Swiss 
Meadow Boulevard; 

Thence southeasterly following the north- 
easterly limit of Swiss Meadow Boulevard 
and Scenic Caves Road to the northerly limit 
of Lot 15 in Concession II; 

Thence easterly along that northerly limit 
120 metres to a point; 

Thence southerly and parallel with the west- 
erly limit of that Lot to the northerly limit of 
Scenic Caves Road; 

Thence easterly along the northerly limit of 
Scenic Caves Road to the southerly limit of 
Lot 15 in the said Concession; 

Thence easterly along that southerly limit to 
the place of beginning. 

Bernard Gr'Vndm.\ître 
Minister of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 23rd day of September, 1986. 



(9477) 



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GAME AND FISH ACT 

O. Reg. 574/86. 

Fishing Huts. 

Made— September 25th, 1986. 

Filed— September 25th, 1986. 



O. Reg. 574/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 575/86 5209 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 413 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

GAME AND FISH ACT 

Clause 2 (a) of Regulation 413 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, 
as remade by section 1 of Ontario Reg- 
ulation 71/86, is amended by adding 
thereto the following subclause: 

(iv) that part of Long Point Bay on Lake 
Erie in The Regional Municipality of 
Haldimand-Xorfolk, hing westeriy of 
a line drawn from the sur\'ey point at 
Turkey Point Marina, situate at 
approximate latitude 42° 42' North 
and longitude 80° 19' West to the 
control sur\ey monument on the 
northerly extremit>- of Pottohawk 
Point situate at approximate latitude 
42° 36' North and longitude 80° 17' 
West. 



2. The Schedule to the said Regulation, 
as amended by section 2 of Ontario 
Regulation 753/81, section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 24/82 and subsec- 
tion 2 (2) of Ontario Regulation 71/86, 
is further amended by adding thereto 
the following paragraph: 

27. That part of Long Point Bay on Lake Erie in 
The Regional Municipality of Haldimand- 
Norfolk, King westerly of a line drawn from 
the sur\-ey point at Turkey Point Marina, 
situate at approximate latitude 42° 42 ' North 
and longitude 80° 19' West to the control 
sur\'ey monument on the northerly extremity 
of Pottohawk Point situate at approximate 
latitude 42° 36' North and longitude 80° 17' 
West. 

Vincent G. Kerrio 
Minister of Saturai Resources 

Dated at Toronto, this 2Sth day of September, 1986. 

"8) 41 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 575/86. 

Restricted .\reas — The Regional Munici- 
pality of York, Town of Markham. 
Made — September 18th, 1986. 
Filed — September 26th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 104/72 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

1. Ontario Regulation 104/72 is amended 
by adding thereto the following section: 

49. — ( 1) A single-family dwelling £uid buildings and 
structures accessor>- thereto may be erected and used 
on the land described in subsection (2) if the dwelling 
existing on the land on the day this section comes into 
force is demolished and if the new dwelling meets the 
following requirements: 

Minimum distance of 
any building or structure 
from the centre line of 
17th Avenue 30 metres 



Minimum side yards 

Minimum rear yard 

Minimum total area of 
single-family dwelling 



3.048 metres 



7.62 metres 



one storey — 139.35 
square metres 
one and one-half storeys 
— 153.29 square metres 
two storeys — 167.22 
square metres 



(2) Subsection (1) apphes to that parcel of land in 
the Town of Markham in The Regional Municipality 
of York, being that part of Lot 2 1 in Concession VIII 
more particularly described as follows: 

Commencing on the southern boundar>- or 
limit of said Lot at a fwint 3,300 feet from the 
southwest angle of said Lot; 

Thence south 74° west along the southern 
boundary of said Lot 367.62 feet; 

Thence northerly along the fence line di\-id- 
ing the lands hereby conveyed from the pre- 
mises immediately to the west thereof a dis- 
tance of 660 feet; 

Thence easterly parallel with the south limit 
of said Lot a distance of 367.62 feet; 

Thence southerly along the division line 
fence between the lands hereby conveyed and 
those immediately to the east thereof 660 feet 
more or less to the place of beginning, con- 
taining five and one-half acres more or 
less. O. Reg. 575/86, s. 1. 

L. J. Fl.NCHAM 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

Central and Southwest 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 18th day of September, 1986. 



(9479) 



41 



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5210 O. Reg. 576/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 577/86 



ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 576/86. 

Exemption — Town of Hearst — HRST-T-1. 
Made— September 19th, 1986. 
Approved — September 19th, 1986. 
Filed— September 26th, 1986. 



ORDER MADE UNDER THE 
ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

EXEMPTION— TOWN OF HEARST— HRST-T-1 

Having received a request from The Corporation of 
the Town of Hearst that an undertaking, namely: 

The activity of establishing a sanitary sewage 
system by The Corporation of the Town of Hearst 
to serve Cecile's Trailer Park, consisting of the 
construction, operation and maintenance of a 
sewage pumping station and a two-cell waste 
stabilization pond to be located on the north 
part of Lot 20, Concession X of the Township of 
Kendall with an outlet to the Mattawishkwia 
River, 

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 health of the residents of Cecile's Trailer 
Park will be interfered with by any delay in 
establishing the sewage collection and waste 
treatment system; 

B. The Town of Hearst will be interfered with 
and damaged by the undue delay required to 
prepare an environmental assessment for an 
undertaking which will have minimal 
adverse impact on the environment; and 

C. The water quality of the Mattawishkwia 
River will continue to be impaired due to the 
pollution from the existing sewage 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: 

A. The undertaking is urgently needed to over- 
come severe problems associated with the 

21 



existing malfunctioning treatment and dis- 
posal system; 

The undertaking will have a beneficial effect 
on the environment by permitting closure of 
the existing unsatisfactory system. 

This exemption is subject to the following terms and 



conditions: 



(9480) 



1. Construction methods and schedules will 
follow the "Environmental Considerations 
for Planning the Construction of Provincial 
Sewage and Water Projects", (January, 1985) 
referred to in Appendix 7 of the Ministry of 
the Environment Class Environmental 
Assessment document, Expansion or 
Upgrading of an Existing Sewage or Water 
System, which can be found in the public 
record file established by the Environmental 
Assessment Branch of the Ministry of the 
Environment. 

2 . The proponent shall notify the Director of the 
Environmental Assessment Branch of the 
date construction commenced and this shall 
be done, in writing, within 30 days following 
that date. 

3. This exemption shall terminate on July 31, 
1987 if construction has not commenced. 
O. Reg. 576/86. 

James Bradley 
Minister of the Environment 

41 



PETROLEUM RESOURCES ACT 

O. Reg. 577/86. 

Spacing Units — Enniskillen — 6- 15-11. 
Made— September 24th, 1986. 
Filed— September 26th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 
ONTARIO REGULATION 485/86 

MADE UNDER THE 
PETROLEUM RESOURCES ACT 

I. Section 3 of Ontario Regulation 485/86 
is revoked and the following substi- 
tuted therefor: 

3. For the purpose of this Regulation, the area 
described in section 1 constitutes a single spacing unit 
of approximately one hundred acres. O. Reg. 577/86, 



1. 



(9481) 



41 



96 



If 



O Reg. 578/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

GAME AND FISH ACT 



5211 



O. Reg. 578/86. 

Game Birds — Captivity, Propagation or Sale. 

Made — September 24th, 1986. 

Filed— September 26th. 1986. 



REGUL.ATION .\L\DE UNDER THE 
GAME AND FISH ACT 

GAME BIRDS— CAPTrVTTY, 
PROPAGATION OR SALE 

1. — (1) A licence to, 

(a) keep game birds in captivaty for more than 
ten days; 

(b) to propagate or sell game birds; or 

(c ) to possess game birds for propagation or sale, 

shall be in Form 1 and shall be valid for the species 
specified therein. 

(2) .\n application for a licence in Form 1 shall be in 
Form 2. 

(3) A licence in Form 1 expires with the 31st day of 
December next following the date on which it is issued. 

(4) The fee for a licence in Form 1 is S 10. 

(5) The species of game birds specified in a licence 
in Form 1 may be varied at any time before the expir>- 
of the licence, upon the request of the licensee and 
without pa\ment of a fee, by the district manager of 
the administrative district of the Ministr>- of Natural 
Resources in which the licence was issued. 

(6) No holder of a licence in Form 1 shall possess 
more than fifty of each of the following species of live 
game birds at one time: 

1. Spruce grouse. 

2. Ruffed grouse. 

3. Sharp-tailed grouse. 

4. Rock ptarmigan. 

5. Willow ptarmigan. 

6. Hungarian partridge. 

(7) A licence in Form 1 of Regulation 404 of Re\-ised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980 issued after the 31st day 
of March, 1986 and before the day this Regulation 
comes into force is valid until the 31st day of March, 
1987. O. Reg. 578/86, s. 1. 



2. — (1) Subject to subsections (2) and (3), a licence 
in Form 1 authorizes its holder to, 

(a) keep in captivity for more than ten days or to 
propagate or sell or to possess for propaga- 
tion or sale live ruffed grouse, spruce grouse, 
Hungarian partridge, pheasant, sharp-tailed 
grouse, rock ptarmigan, willow ptarmigan, 
bob-white quail, wild turkey and their eggs; 
and 

(b) sell the carcass of pheasant. 

(2) No holder of a licence in Form 1 shall sell, offer 
for sale or assist in the sale of live ruffed grouse, spruce 
grouse, Hungarian partridge, sharp-tailed grouse, 
rock ptarmigan, willow ptarmigan or their eggs, 
except to a holder of a licence in Form 1. 

(3) No person shall sell, offer for sale or assist in the 
sale of, 

(a) a bob- white quail or a bob- white quail egg; 
or 

(6) a wild turkey or a wild turkey egg, 

except to a holder of a licence in Form 1 or the holder 
of a licence to own or operate a game bird hunting 
preserve. O. Reg. 578/86, s. 2. 

3. — (1) Subject to subsection (2), no holder of a 
licence in Form 1 shall sell live ruffed grouse, spruce 
grouse, Hungarian partridge, pheasant, sharp-tailed 
grouse, rock ptarmigan, willow ptarmigan, bob-white 
quail or wild turkey, or the carcass of a pheasant, 
unless at the time of sale the holder delivers to the 
purchaser an invoice showing, 

(a) the vendor's name and address; 

(b) the number of the vendor's licence; 

(c) the date of the sale; 

(d) the purchaser's name and address; 

(«) the number of the purchaser's licence, if any; 
and 

(/) the number and species of game birds sold. 

(2) Subsection (1) does not apply to pheasant that is 
sold in a dressed condition and in a container or 
package that clearly exhibits the name and address 
of the holder of the licence who sold the pheasant. 
O. Reg. 578/86, s. 3. 

4. — (1) The purchaser named in an invoice referred 
to in subsection 3 (1) shall retain the invoice, 

(o) where it relates to the purchase of a live bird, 
for two years after the purchase; and 



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5212 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 578/86 



(b) where it relates to the purchase of a carcass, 
until the carcass is consumed or disposed of 
or for two years after the purchase, 
whichever occurs first, 

and shall produce and show the invoice upon an 
officer's request. 

(2) The vendor named in an invoice referred to in 
subsection 3 (1) shall retain a copy of the invoice for 
two years after the sale and shall produce and show it 
upon an officer's request. O. Reg. 578/86, s. 4. 



5. — ( 1) The holder of a licence in Form 1 or a person 
authorized by the holder may kill at any time, by any 
method other than by shooting, a ruffed grouse, spruce 
sjrouse, Hungarian partridge, pheasant, sharp-tailed 
grouse, rock ptarmigan, willow ptarmigan, bob-white 
quail or wild turkey kept in captivity under the 
authority of the licence. 

(2) Any person may kill a pheasant by any method, 
other than by shooting, within ten days after purcha.*;- 
ing it from the holder of a licence in Form 1. O. Reg. 

578/86, s. 5. 



Form 1 

Game and Fish Act 



LICENCE TO KEEP GAME BIRDS IN CAPTIVITY FOR MORE THAN TEN DAYS OR TO 

PROPAGATE OR SELL GAME BIRDS OR TO POSSESS GAME BIRDS FOR 

PROPAGATION AND SALE IN 19. . . 

Licence Serial No 



Under the Game and Fish Act and the regulations, and subject to the limitations thereof, this licence is issued to: 

Mr. 

Mrs. 

Miss 



Last Name 


First Name 




Middle Initial 


.\ddress, Street, No., RR # - 


City, Town, Village 






Postal Code 


If RR, please specify: Lot 


. . . . Cone 


Township 





to keep game birds in captivity for more than ten days or to propagate or sell game birds or to possess game birds 
for propagation or sale. 

This licence is valid for the following species only: 



Species 



Date of Authorization 



Year 



Month 



Day 



Issuer's Signature 



Pheasant 
Bob-white Quail 
Wild Turkey 
Spruce Grouse 
Ruffed Grouse 
Sharp-tailed Grouse 
Rock Ptarmigan 
Willow Ptarmigan 
Hungarian Partridge 



This licence expires with the 31st day of December next following the date of issue. 



Signature of Issuer 



Date of Issue 



2198 



Signature of Licensee 

O. Reg. 578/86, Form 



O. Reg. 578/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
Form 2 

Game and Fish Act 



5213 



APPLICATION FOR A LICENCE TO KEEP GAME BIRDS IN CAPTRTTY OR TO PROPAGATE 
OR SELL GAME BIRDS OR TO POSSESS G-\ME BIRDS FOR PROPAGATION 

AND SALE IN 19... 

Under the Game and Fish Act and the regulations, and subject to the limitations thereof: 



Mr. 

Mrs. 

Miss 



Last Name 


First Name 




Middle Initial 


Address, Street, No.. RR # * 


City. Town, Village 






Postal Code- 


If RR, please specify: Lot 


. . . Cone 


Township 





makes application for a licence to keep game birds in captivity or to propagate or sell game birds or to possess 
game birds for propagation or sale at: 

the above address, □ ; or. 

Lot Cone 

in the Township of in the County, District or Regional Municipality of , and 

further described in Instrument Number registered in the Land Registr>- Office for the Registr>- 

Division (Land Titles Division) of 

This appUcation is being made for the following species and number of game birds**: 



G.\ME BIRD* 


NUMBER 


Bob-white Quail 
Pheasant 
Wild Turkey 
Spruce Grouse 
Ruffed Grouse 
Sharp-tailed Grouse 
Rock Ptarmigan 
Willow Ptarmigan 
Hungarian Partridge 





♦Delete where not applicable. 

**NOTE: If this is an application for renewal you must also complete the table relating to last year's holdings. 



2199 



5214 O. Reg. 578/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
PREVIOUS YEAR'S HOLDINGS* 



O. Reg. 579/86 



Game 


Quantit\ 


Quantit\ 


Quantit_\ 


Quantit\ 


Quantit> 


Quantit_\ 


Balance 


Bird 


at start 

of 

previous 

Year 


Bred 


Acquired 


Sold 


Died 


Traded 


at 
year 
end 


Bob-white 
















Quail 
















Pheasant 
















Wild Turkey 
















Spruce Grouse 
















Ruffed Grouse 
















Sharp-tailed 
















Grouse 
















Rock 
















Ptarmigan 
















Willow 
















Ptarmigan 
















Hungarian 
















Partridge 

















To be completed only where application is for renewal. 



Date of Application 



Signature of Applicant 

O. Reg. 578/86, Form .!. 



6. Regulation 404 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, Ontario Regulation 446/81 and Ontario Regulation 
517/86 are revoked. 



(9482) 



GAME AND FISH ACT 

O. Reg. 579/86. 

Snares. 

Made — September 24th, 1986. 

Filed — September 26th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 156/81 

MADE UNDER THE 

GAME AND FISH ACT 

1. Items xxi and xxvii of Schedule 1 to 
Ontario Regulation 156/81 are re- 
voked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

xxi. Peterborough, except the townships of 
Anstruther, Burleigh, Cavendish, Chandos, 
Galway, Harvey and Methuen. 



41 



xxvii. Victoria, except the townships of Garden, 
Dalton, Digby, Laxton, Longford and 
Somerville. 

2. Subparagraph iii of paragraph 4 of 
Schedule 2 to the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

iii. Garden, Dalton, Digby, Laxton, 
Longford and Somerville in the 
County of Victoria. 



I 



(9483) 



Anstruther, Burleigh, Cavendish, 
Chandos, Galway, Harvey and 
Methuen, in the County of Peter- 
borough. 

41 



2200 



d 



O. Reg. 580/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



5279 



Publications Under The Regulations Act 

October 18th, 1986 



PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 580/86. 

Zoning Areas — Part of the District of 

Nipissing. 
Made — August 26th, 1986. 
Filed— September 29th, 1986. 



ORDER ^L\DE UNDER THE 
PLANNING ACT, 1983 

ZONING AREAS— PART OF THE DISTRICT 
OF NIPISSING 

INTERPRETATION 

1. In this Order, 

"accessory", when used to describe a use, building or 
structure, means a use, building or structure that is 
normally incidental or subordinate to the principal 
use, building or structure on the same lot; 

"boathouse" means a building used for the storage of 
one or more boats but does not include a boathouse 
used for commercial purposes; 

"camp" means an establishment which provides 
accommodation, recreation or instruction for a fee 
to individuals or groups and may include lodges, 
campgrounds and faciUties for serving meals; 

"conservation" means the preservation, protection and 
improvement of the natural environment through a 
m£uiagement and maintenance program; 

"height" means the vertical distance between the aver- 
age elevation of the finished surface of the ground 
at the front of the building and the highest point of 
the roof surface; 

"home occupation" means any occupation for gain or 
support conducted entirely within a single dwelling 
or its accessor}- buildings by the residents; 

"lake lot line" means any lot line that divides a lot from 
a Crown shoreline reserve or high-water mark of a 
lake; 

"lot" means a parcel of land, 

(a) described in a deed or other document legally 
capable of conveying land, or 



(6) shown as a lot or block on a registered plan of 

subdivision; 

"lot area" means the total horizontal area within the lot 
line of a lot; 

"lot frontage" means the straight line distance mea- 
sured from the point of intersection of one side lot 
line and the high-water mark of the point of inter- 
section of the other side lot line and the high- water 
mark; 

"lot Une" means a boundary of a lot; 

"property line" means any lot line that is not a lake lot 
line; 

"public building" means a building or structure owned 
or leased by a municipal corporation, the Province 
of Ontario or the Government of Canada in which 
government activities are carried out; 

"public utility" means a public water works or water 
supply system, sewage works, electrical power or 
energ>- generating transmission or distribution 
system, street lighting system, natural or artificial 
gas works or supply system or a telephone system 
and includes any lands, buildings or equipment 
required for the administration or operation of the 
public works or system; 

"setback" means the minimum distance between a lot 
line and the nearest wall of any building or struc- 
ture; 

"single dwelling" meems a building containing one or 
more habitable rooms occupied or capable or being 
occupied as a single independent housekeeping 
establishment in which separate kitchen and 
sanitary facilities are provided; 

"unit" means a building or part of a building rented 
for a fee for the exclusive use of one or more 
guests. O. Reg. 580/86, s. 1. 

APPLICATION 

2. This Order applies to, 

(a) all islands of Lake Temagami in the geo- 
graphic townships of Canton, Aston, Le 
Roche, Cynthia, Belfast, Joan, Briggs, 
Phyllis, Yates and Vogt except those located 
in the municipality of the Township of 
Temagami and the Bear Islzmd Indian 
Reserve; 



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(b) those lands in the Township of Aston, Dis- 
trict of Nipissing, described as Parcel 15316 
and Location A, Parcel 14813, in the 
Nipissing Register in the Land Registry 
Office for the Land Titles Division of Nipis- 
sing (No. 36); and 

(c) those lands in the Township of Cynthia, 
District of Nipissing, described as Location 
B, Parcel 14813, in the Nipissing Register in 
the Land Registry Office for the Land Titles 
Division of Nipissing (No. 36). O. Reg. 
580/86, s. 2. 

PART I 

GENERAL 

3. No land to which this Order applies shall 
hereafter be used and no building or structure shall 
hereafter be erected or used except in accordance with 
the terms of this Order, but nothing in this Order pre- 
vents the use of any land, building or structure for a 
purpose prohibited by this Order if such land, building 
or structure was lawfully used for such purpose on the 
day this Order comes into force. O. Reg. 580/86, s. 3. 

4. The lands affected by this Order are divided into 
the zones listed in the Table and shown on maps filed 
with the Plans Administration Branch, North and 
East, of the Ministry of Municipal Affairs at Toronto 
as Numbers 143 to 145, both inclusive, the said zones 
being designated on the maps as follows: 

TABLE 

Zone Name Zone Symbol on Map 

Lake Residential — Level 1 Ll 

Level 2 L2 

Camp/Lodge CL 

Wilderness W 

O. Reg. 580/86, s. 4. 

5. Any lands not indicated on the maps referred to 
in section 4 by one of the Zone Symbols therein or 
contained in a Hazard Land Zone as described in sec- 
tion 20 are hereby designated as Wilderness Zones. 
O. Reg. 580/86, s. 5. 

6. — (1) Accessory uses, buildings and structures are 
permitted in every zone. 

(2) Unless this Order provides otherwise, accessory 
buildings and structures shall not, 

(a) be erected, located or used within 5 metres of 
any lot line; and 

(b) be erected, located or used closer to any lake 
lot line than the principal building, except 
that this shall not apply to any building or 
structure of less than 9.3 square metres in 
area. 



(3) Despite subsection (2), a boathouse, dock or 
wharf may be erected, located or used abutting a lake 
lot line if it is not within 5 metres of any property 
line. O. Reg. 580/86, s. 6. 

7. — (1) Nothing in this Order prevents the recon- 
struction of any building or structure erected, located 
or used before the date this Order comes into force that 
is damaged or destroyed by causes beyond the control 
of the owner if, 

(a) the dimensions of the original building or 
structure are not increased or its original use 
altered; and 

(ft) in Hazard Land Zones, no openings of any 
building or structure are constructed below 
the elevation of 295 metres Canadian 
Geodetic Datum. 

(2) Nothing in this Order prevents the strengthening 
or restoration to a safe condition of any building or 
structure. O. Reg. 580/86, s. 7. 

8. Where a building has been erected, located or 
used before the date this Order comes into force on a 
lot having less than the minimum frontage or area, or 
having less than the minimum setbacks required by 
this Order, the building may be extended, enlarged, 
repaired or renovated if there is no further reduction in 
any standard so that it is less than the minimum 
required by this Order and all other requirements of 
this Order are met. O. Reg. 580/86, s. 8. 

9. The height limitations of this order do not apply 
to water tanks, flag poles, television or radio antennae, 
power transmission towers, fire lookout towers, ven- 
tilators, skylights, chimneys, silos, windmills, devices 
used for receiving signals from space satellites or solar 
collectors. O. Reg. 580/86, s. 9. 

10. Where a lot with less than the minimum lot 
frontage or area required by this Order existed before 
the day this Order came into force, this Order does not 
prohibit uses permitted in the relevant zone designa- 
tion if all other requirements of this Order are 
met. O. Reg. 580/86, s. 10. 

IL A tool shed, scaffold or other building or struc- 
ture incidental to the construction of a building oi 
structure may be erected, located or used until th| 
construction is completed or has been discontinued fo 
one year, whichever is earlier. O. Reg. 580/86, s. 1 1. 

12. Home occupations are permitted in every zor_ 
if the use is subordinate to the principal use of th^ 
dwelling as a residence. O. Reg. 580/86, s. 12. 

13. Despite the yard and setback requirements 
this Order, unenclosed porches, balconies, steps 
attached greenhouses and patios may project int 
the minimum setbacks a distance not exceeding 
metres. O. Reg. 580/86, s. 13. 



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14. Public utilities are permitted in every zone. 
O. Reg. 580/86, s. 14. 

15. — (1) Where the width of Crown land King 
between a lake lot line and the high-water mark of 
Lake Temagami is greater than the required minimum 
building setback from the lake lot line, there shall be 
no required building setback from the lake lot line. 

(2) Where the width of Crown land lying between a 
lake lot line and the high-water mark of Lake 
Temagami is less than the minimum required building 
setback from the lake lot line, the required building 
setback may be reduced by a distance equal to the 
width of such Crown land. O. Reg. 580/86, s. 15. 

PART n 

16. This Part appUes to the Lake Residential 
Zones. O. Reg. 580/86, s. 16. 

1 7. — ( 1) Every use of land and every erection or use 
of buildings or structures is prohibited in the Lake 
Residential Zone except single dwellings. 

(2) No building or structure shall be erected or used 
unless the requirements respecting lot size, lot fron- 
tage, building setbacks and maximum height as set out 
in Table 1 are met. 

(3) Not more than one single dwelling and not more 
than one boathouse is permitted on a lot in the Lake 
Residential Zone. O. Reg. 580/86, s. 17. 

PART m 

18. This Part applies to the Camp/Lodge Zones. 
O. Reg. 580/86, s. 18. 



19. — ( 1) Ever>- use of land and every- erection or use 
of buildings or structures is prohibited except camps. 

(2) No building or structure shall be erected or used 
unless the requirements respecting lot size, lot fron- 
tage, building setbacks and maximum height as set out 
in Table 1 are met. O. Reg. 580/86, s. 19. 



PART IV 

20. This Pîut applies to the Hazard Land Zones, 
which is all land below the 294.7 metres C.G.D. flood 
elevation for Lake Temagami. O. Reg. 580/86, s. 20. 

21. Everv- use of land and every- erection or use of 
buildings or structures is prohibited except, 

(o) campsites used for tempor£u-y camping; 

(b) conservation; and 

(c) flood and erosion control. O. Reg. 580/86, 

s. 21. 

PART V 

22. This Part applies to the Wilderness Zones. 
O. Reg. 580/86, s. 22. 

23. Every- use of land and every erection or use of 
buildings or structures is prohibited except, 

(a) conservation; and 

(6) campsites used for temporary camping. 
O. Reg. 580/86, s. 23. 



Zone 

Residential: 
Ll 
L2 

Commercial 
CL 



Min. Lot 

Size 

(square metres) 



4,200 
8,400 



12,500 



TABLE 1 



Min. Lot 
Frontage 
(metres) 



45 
100 



200(*') 



(*') or IS metres frontage per unit; whichever is greater. 



Dated at Toronto, this 26th day of August, 1986. 
(9485) 



Min. Bldg. 

Setback From 

Lot Lines 

(metres) 

S 
S 



Maximum 
Height 

(metres) 

11 
11 



15 



O. Reg. 580/86, Table 1. 

Bernard GrandmaItre 
Minister of Municipal Affairs 



42 



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O. Reg. 581/86 



MUNICIPAL BOUNDARY 
NEGOTIATIONS ACT, 1981 

O. Reg. 581/86. 

City of Chatham, Township of 

Chatham Boundary. 
Made — September 24th, 1986. 
Filed— September 29th, 1986. 



ORDER IN COUNCIL 

R.O.C. 363/86 

Whereas The Corporation of the City of Chatham 
and The Corporation of the Township of Chatham 
have entered into an agreement dated the 8th day of 
July, 1986 for the resolution of certain boundary 
issues; 

And Whereas public notice was given by the Clerk 
of the Executive Council under subsection 17 (1) of the 
Municipal Boundary Negotiations Act, 1981 of the 
intention to make an order implementing the inter- 
municipal 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 under section 14 of the Municipal Boundary 
Negotiations Act, 1981 that, 

1. On the 1st day of October, 1986, the portion of 
the Township of Chatham described in the Schedule is 
annexed to the City of Chatham. 

2. All real property of The Corporation of the 
Township of Chatham situate in the annexed area 
vests in The Corporation of the City of Chatham on 
the 1st day of October, 1986. 

3. On the 1st day of October, 1986, the by-laws of 
The Corporation of the City of Chatham extend to the 
annexed area and the by-laws of The Corporation of 
the Township of Chatham cease to apply to such area, 
except, 

(a) by-laws that were passed, 

(i) by the council of The Corporation of 
the Township of Chatham under sec- 
tion 34 or 41 of the Planning Act, 1983 
or a predecessor of those sections, or 

(ii) by the council of The Corporation of 
the Township of Chatham that are 
kept in force by subsection 13 (3) of 
The Municipal Amendment Act, 1941 , 

which shall remain in force until repealed by 
the council of The Corporation of the City of 
Chatham; and 



(b) by-laws conferring rights, privileges, fran- 
chises, immunities or exemptions that could 
not have been lawfully repealed by the coun- 
cil of The Corporation of the Township of 
Chatham. 

4. The clerk of The Corporation of the Township of 
Chatham shall forthwith prepare and furnish to the 
clerk of The Corporation 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 30th day of September, 
1986 and the persons assessed therefor. 

5. — (1) All real property taxes levied under any 
general or special Act and uncollected in the annexed 
area that are due and unpaid on the 1st day of 
October, 1986 shall be deemed on that date to be taxes 
due and paya;ble to The Corporation of the City of 
Chatham and may be collected by The Corporation of 
the City of Chatham. 

(2) On or before the 31st day of December, 1986, 
The Corporation of the City of Chatham shall pay to 
The Corporation of the Township of Chatham an 
amount equal to the amount of all real property taxes 
that The Corporation of the City of Chatham is enti- 
tled to collect in the annexed area under subsection (1) 
that were due but unpaid on the 1st day of October, 
1986. 

6. All business taxes levied and uncollected in the 
annexed area that are due and unpaid on the 30th day 
of September, 1986 shall continue after that date to be 
taxes due and payable to The Corporation of the 
Township of Chatham and may be collected by The 
Corporation of the Township of Chatham. 

7. — (1) The assessment of land in the annexed area 
upon which the taxes after the 30th day of September, 
1986 shall be levied shall be determined by the 
Assessment Commissioner in accordance with the 
classes of real property and the factors prescribed for 
the City of Chatham by regulation. 

(2) Where the Assessment Commissioner makes an 
assessment in accordance with subparagraph (1), sec- 
tion 34 of the Assessment Act applies to such assess- 
ment. 

8. The agreement between The Corporation of the 
City of Chatham and The Corporation of the 
Township of Chatham entered into on the 8th day of 
July, 1986 is hereby given effect. O. Reg. 581/86. 



Recommended 



Concurred 



Bernard Grandmaitre 

Minister of Municipal 

Affairs 

James Bradley 
Chairman 



Approved and Ordered, September 24th, 1986. ; 



Lincoln M. Alexander 

Lieutenant Govern 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 582/86 5283 



Schedule 

AREA TO BE ANNEXED TO THE 
CITY OF CHATHAM 

The portion of the Township of Chatham described 
as follows: 

That parcel of land in the Township of Chatham 
in the County of Kent, being part of Lot 4 in 
Concession I of the said Township and being 
parts 3 and 4 as shown on a Plan deposited in the 
Land Registry Office for the Land Registry 
Division of Kent (No. 24) as Number 24R-1487. 
O. Reg. 581/86, Sched. 



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42 



MUNICIPAL BOUNDARY 
NEGOTIATIONS ACT, 1981 

O. Reg. 582/86. 

Township of South Plantagenet — Village 

of St. Isidore de Prescott. 
Made — September 24th, 1986. 
Filed — September 29th, 1986. 



ORDER IN COUNCIL 

ROC. 364/86 

Whereas The Corporation of the Village of St. Isi- 
dore de Prescott and The Corporation of the Township 
of South Plantagenet have entered into an agreement 
dated the 5th day of August, 1986 for the resolution of 
certain boundary issues; 

And Whereas public notice was given by the Clerk 
of the Executive Council under subsection 17(1) of the 
Municipal Boundary Negotiations Act, 1981 of the 
intention to make an order implementing the inter- 
municipal agreement; 

And Whereas no objections to the proposed 
issuance of the Order were filed with the Clerk of the 
Executive Council within the fiUng period; 

Now Therefore, on the recommendation of the 
undersigned, the Lieutenant Governor, by and with 
the advice and concurrence of the Executive Council, 
orders under section 14 of the Municipal Boundary 
Negotiations Act, 1981 that, 

1. On the 1st day of October, 1986, the portion of 
the Township of South Plantagenet described in the 
Schedule is annexed to the Village of St. Isidore de 
Prescott. 

2. All real property of The Corporation of the 
Township of South Plantagenet situated in the annex- 
ed area vests in The Corporation of the Village of St. 
Isidore de Prescott on the 1st day of October, 1986. 



3. On the 1st day of October, 1986, the by-laws of 
The Corporation of the Village of St. Isidore de 
Prescott extend to the annexed area and the by-laws 
of The Corporation of the Township of South 
Plantagenet cease to apply to such area, except, 

(a) by-laws of The Corporation of the Township 
of South Plantagenet, 

(i) that were passed under section 34 or 
41 of the Planning Act, 1983 or a pre- 
decessor of those sections, 

(ii) that were kept in force by subsection 
13 (3) of The Municipal Amendment 
Act, 1941, or 

(iii) that were passed under the Highway 
Traffic Act or the Municipal Act that 
regulate the use of highways by vehi- 
cles and pedestrians and that regulate 
the encroachment or projection of 
buildings or any portion thereof upon 
or over highways, 

which shall remain in force until repealed by 
the council of The Corporation of the Village 
of St. Isidore de Prescott; and 

(b) by-laws of The Corporation of the Township 
of South Plantagenet passed under section 
45, 58 or 61 of the Drainage Act, or a pre- 
decessor of those sections; and 

(c) by-laws conferring rights, pri\'ileges, fran- 
chises, immunities or exemptions that could 
not have been lawfully ref>ealed by the coun- 
cil of The Corporation of the Township of 
South Plantagenet. 

4. The clerk of The Corporation of the Township of 
South Plantagenet shall forthwith prepare and furnish 
to the clerk of The Corporation of the ViUage of St. 
Isidore de Prescott a special collector's roll showing all 
arrears of taxes or specicd rates assessed against the 
lands in the annexed area up to and including the 30th 
day of September, 1986 and the persons assessed 
therefor. 

5. — (1) All real proj)erty taxes levied under any 
general or special Act and uncollected in the annexed 
area which are due and unpaid on the 1st day of 
October, 1986 shall be deemed on that date to be taxes 
due and payable to The Corporation of the Village of 
St. Isidore de Prescott and may be collected by The 
Corporation of the Village of St. Isidore de Prescott. 

(2) On or before the 31st day of December, 1986, 
The Corporation of the Village of St. Isidore de 
Prescott shall pay to The Corporation of the Township 
of South Plantagenet an amount equal to the amount 
of all real property taxes that The Corporation of the 
Village of St. Isidore de Prescott is entitled to collect in 
the annexed area under subsection (1) that were due 
but unpaid on the 1st day of October, 1986. 



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O. Reg. 583/86 



6. All business taxes levied and uncollected in the 
annexed area which are due and unpaid on the 30th 
day of September, 1986 shall continue after that date 
to be taxes due and payable to The Corporation of the 
Township of South Plantagenet and may be collected 
by The Corporation of the Township of South 
Plantagenet. 

7. The assessment of land in the annexed area upon 
which the taxes after the 30th day of September, 1986 
shall be levied shall be determined by the Assessment 
Commissioner, and the provisions of section 34 of the 
Assessment Act apply to the assessment. 

8. The agreement between The Corporation of the 
Village of St. Isidore de Prescott and The Corporation 
of the Township of South Plantagenet entered into 
on the Sth day of August, 1986 is hereby given effect. 
O. Reg. 582/86. 



Recommended 



Concurred 



Bernard Grandmaître 

Minister of Municipal 

Affairs 

James Bradley 
Chairman 



Approved and Ordered, September 24th, 1986. 

Lincoln M. Alexander 

Lieutenant Governor 

Schedule 

PORTION OF THE TOWNSHIP OF SOUTH 

PLANTAGENET TO BE ANNEXED TO THE 

VILLAGE OF ST. ISIDORE DE PRESCOTT 

Beginning at the intersection of the easterly boundary 
of the Village of St. Isidore de Prescott and the north- 
erly Hmit of Church Street; 

Thence north 21° 19' west along the easterly limit of a 
Plan, deposited in the Land Registry Office for the 
Registry Division of Prescott (No. 46) as Number 
46R-3735, 149.35 metres to the northerly limit of the 
said Plan; 



Thence south 68° 41' west along the northerly limit of 
the said Plan 128.16 metres to the easterly limit of a 
Plan deposited in the said Registry Office as Number 
46R-15S9; 

Thence north 27° 24' west along the said easterly limit 
5.61 metres to an angle in the said Plan; 

Thence south 66° 15' 30" west along a northerly limit 
of the said Plan 1 1 metres, more or less, to the easterl\ 
boundary of the Village of St. Isidore de Prescott; 

Thence southerly and easterly following the bound- 
aries between the said Village and the Township of 
South Plantagenet to the place of beginning. O. Reg. 
582/86, Sched. 



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42 



FARM PRODUCTS GRADES AND 
SALES ACT 

O. Reg. 583/86. 
Grades — Fruit and Vegetables. 
Made— September 24th, 1986. 
Filed— September 29th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 332 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

FARM PRODUCTS GRADES AND 

SALES ACT 



1. — (1) Item 1 of Table 2 of section 9 o 
Regulation 332 of Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1980, as amended by sub- 
section 2 (1) of Ontario Regulation 
460/85, is further amended by adding 
thereto the following: 



II 



Type of Package 
Half-bin 



Size or Volume 

10 bushels, «utside measurements 48 
in. X 42 in. and inside depth 12 !4 in. 
with sides and ends Vz in. minimum 
thickness and bottom % in. minimum 
thickness 



I 



(2) Table 2 of the said section 9, as amended by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 764/81 and 
section 2 of Ontario Regulation 460/85, is further amended by adding thereto the 
following item: 



3a . Cantaloupes 



Sound, suitable containers 
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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 584/86 5285 



(3) Section 9 of the said Regulation, as 
amended by section 2 of Ontario Reg- 
ulation 764/81, section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 433/84 and section 2 of 
Ontario Regulation 460/85, is further 
amended b> adding thereto the fol- 
lowing subsections: 

(5) Half-bin packages for apples shall be con- 
structed of ph-wood and ends, sides and bottoms shall 
be padded with number 1 pol>-foam or plastic bubble 
sheeting with a minimum thickness of one-quarter 
inch. 

(6) During shipment, half-bin packages of apples 
shall be level full and completely covered with corru- 
gated material capable of withstanding a bursting test 

: 125 pounds per square inch. O. Reg. 583/86, 

1 (3). 



2.— (1) Clause 11 (2) (e) of the said Reg- 
ulation, as amended by section 4 of 
Ontario Regulation 460/85, is further 
amended by striking out "and" at the 
end thereof. 

(2) Clause 11 (2) (/) of the said Regula- 
tion, as made by section 4 of Ontario 
Regulation 460/85, is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 

(/) where potatoes of the Yukon Gold variety 
are packaged, the package shall be promi- 
nently marked "Yukon Gold" in letters no 
smaller than those of the grade name; and 

Cg) where potatoes of a yellow-flesh variety are 
packaged, the package shall be marked on 
the principal display surface of the package 
in bold face type in letters of not less than 
one-half inch in height with the words, 

(!) "yellow fleshed", where the common 
name of the produce is shown 
elsewhere on the package, or 

(ii) "yellow fleshed potatoes", where the 
common name of the produce is not 
shown elsewhere on the package. 



3. Clause 13 (c ) of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

(c ) the price per unit of weight if sold by weight; 

4. Subsection 99 (2) of the said Regula- 
tion, as remade by section 7 of Ontario 
Regulation 764/81, is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 



(2) Ever\- contracted load dehvered to a processor 
licensed under the Farm Products Marketing Act and 
the regulations made thereunder shall be graded by an 
inspector or grader or by a person employed by the 
Ministr>'. O. Reg. 583/86, s. 4. 



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42 



MILK ACT 

O. Reg. 584/86. 

Grades, Standards, Designations, Classes, 

Packing and Marking. 
Made — August 20th, 1986. 
Approved — September 24th, 1986. 
Filed — September 29th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 622 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

MILK ACT 

L— (1) Subclause 5 (2) (e) (i) of Regula- 
tion 622 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980, as remade by section 2 
of Ontario Regulation 630/84, is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

(i) shall contain not less than 1.9 per cent 
nor more than 2.1 per cent milk-fat, 
and 

(2) Subclause 5 (2) (A) (i) of the said Reg- 
ulation, as remade by section 2 of 
Ontario Regulation 630/84, is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

(i) shall contain not less than 1.9 per cent 
nor more than 2.1 per cent milk-fat 
and not less than 8.25 per cent milk 
soUds other than milk-fat, and 

2.— (1) Clause 12 (1) (o) of the said Reg- 
ulation is amended by inserting after 
"processor" in the first line "of fluid 
milk products". 

(2) Subsection 12 (3) of the said Regula- 
tion, as amended by subsection 5(1) of 
Ontario Regulation 31/84 and subsec- 
tions 6 (3) and (4) of Ontario Regula- 
tion 630/84, is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefon 

(3) The amount in Utres of milk, partly-skimmed 
milk, skim-milk or cream that is equal to the amount. 



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5286 O. Reg. 584/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

(a) sold as, 

(i) cream, 
(ii) double cream, 
(iii) table cream, or 
(iv) whipping cream, 
by a processor of fluid milk products; 



(b) included in the inventory of milk and fluid 
milk products of a processor of fluid milk 
products; or 

(c) used in the processing of, 

(i) beverage yogurt, 

(ii) cottage cheese, 
(iii) egg nog, 
(iv) kefir, 

(v) sour cream, 

(vi) yogurt, or 

(vii) any milk product not referred to in 
this section, 

is Class 3 milk. O. Reg. 584/86, s. 2 (2). 

The Milk Commission of Ontario: 

Kenneth W. Knox 
Chairman 

Gloria Marco Borys 
Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 20th day of August, 1986. 
(9490) 42 

FARM INCOME STABILIZATION ACT 

O. Reg. 585/86. 

Fresh Market Potato Stabilization — 

1986-1989— Plan. 
Made— July 29th, 1986. 
Approved — September 12th, 1986. 
Filed— September 29th, 1986. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
FARM INCOME STABILIZATION ACT 

PLAN— FRESH MARKET POTATO 
STABILIZATION, 1986-1989 

1. There is hereby established a voluntary plan for 
farm income stabilization respecting potatoes to be 



O. Reg. 585/86 



known as the "Ontario Fresh Market Potato Stabiliza- 
tion Plan, 1986-1989". O. Reg. 585/86, s. 1. 

2. In this Regulation, 

"board" means The Ontario Fresh Potato Growers' 
Marketing Board established under the Farm 

Products Marketing Act; 



"plan" means the Ontario Fresh Market Potato 
Stabilization Plan, 1986-1989; 



"potatoes" means potatoes produced in Ontario and 
marketed during the term referred to in section 3; 

"production unit" means, 

(a) one or more farms operated by an individual. 



(b) one or more farms operated by two or more 
persons who, in the opinion of the Commis- 
sion, have a common interest in the outcome 
of the operation; 

"sales year" means a period from the 1st day of July to 
the 30th day of June in the next year. O. Reg. 

585/86, s. 2. 

3. The term for this plan is three sales years com- 
mencing in 1986. O. Reg. 585/86, s. 3. 

4. This plan applies only to potatoes in respect 
of which licence fees have been paid to the board. 
O. Reg. 585/86, s. 4. 

5. — (1) A person who applies for enrolment in the 
plan in respect of a production unit is required, as a 
condition of acceptance for enrolment, to be, 

(a) the owner and operator of a farm on which 
potatoes are produced; 

(b) the tenant and operator of a farm on which 
potatoes are produced; or 

(c) a person who is involved in the operation of a 
production unit. 

(2) A person who applies for enrolment in the plan 
shall disclose the name and address of every person 
who is involved in the operatioA of the production unit 
in respect of which application is made. 

(3) No payment shall be made under this plan in 
respect of a person whose name has not been disclosed 
on the application for enrolment. 

(4) An application for enrolment in the plan shall be 
in a form provided by the Commission. 

(5) No person shall be enrolled in the plan unless the 
application for enrolment is submitted to the Commis- 
sion not later than the 15 th day of October, 1986. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 586/86 5287 



(6) Notwithstanding subsection (5), a person may 

apply for enrolment in the plan for the sales year com- 

j mencing in 1987 or 1988 where the prescribed fees are 

< paid to the Commission together with an amount suffi- 
cient to place that person's account on a basis equival- 
ent to those producers who enrolled for the sales year 

< commencing in 1986. 

( 7) The amount payable under the plan in respect of 
the first sales year to a person who, 

(a) enrols under subsection (6); or 

(b) is deemed to have withdrawn from enrol- 
ment under subsection 8 (3) of the Act and is 
subsequently 2iccepted for re-enrolment, 

j shall be reduced by 20 per cent. O. Reg. 585/86, s. 5. 



6. — (1) No pav-ment shall be made in respect of 
potatoes not registered with the Commission or for 
which no fee has been paid. 

(2) No pa>Tnent shall be made under the plan for 
potatoes marketed by a production unit in excess of 
48,000 hundredweight in the aggregate in any sales 
year within the term of the plan. 

(3) No person is eligible to receive pa>'ments under 
the plan in respect of potatoes that were not grown by 
that person. O. Reg. 585/86, s. 6. 



7. It is a condition of enrolment in the plan that to 
receive any pa\Tnent thereunder the person enrolled, 

(a ) shall keep sales slips and weigh slips, signed 
by the buyer and the seller, and conforming 
to the records of the board through which the 
potatoes are marketed and shall submit such 
slips, or the equivalent record supplied by the 
board, to the Commission or to such person 
as it may direct, in respect of every lot of 
potatoes for which payment is claimed under 
the plan; 

(b) shall not claim payment for potatoes under 
the plan unless it was marketed during the 
sales year with respect to which he or she has 
appUed for pa>-ment; 

(c) shall maintain a record of all sales of potatoes 
which shall include the names of the buying 
agent and seller, the date of sale, the date and 
location of deUver>-, the quantity- and the 
price. O. Reg. 585/86, s. 7. 

8. — (1) Each person enrolled in the plan shall, prior 
to the 1st day of September after each sales year, file 
with the Commission an annual registration form in a 
form provided by the Commission respecting potatoes 
that he or she intends to market subject to this plan 
during the forthcoming sales year and submit a fee of 
10 cents per hundredweight. 



(2) Where a producer, at the end of the term 
referred to in section 3, has a credit in his or her 
account with the Commission, the Commission shall 
refund such moneys to the producer together with any 
interest earned thereon. O. Reg. 585/86, s. 8. 

9. The final date for making a claim for payment 
under this plan shall be two years from the end of the 
sales year in respect of which the claim is being 
made. O. Reg. 585/86, s. 9. 

Farm Income Stabilization 
Commission: 

Henry Ediger 
Vice-Chairman 

Ruth Day 
Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 29th day of July, 1986. 

(9490) 42 



FARM INCOME STABILIZATION ACT 

O. Reg. 586/86. 

Grain Stabilization, 1985-1988 — Han. 
Made— July 14th, 1986. 
Approved — September 19th, 1986. 
Filed — September 29th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 509/85 

MADE UNDER THE 

FARM INCOME STABILIZATION ACT 

1. — (1) The definition of "grain" in sec- 
tion 2 of Ontario Regulation 509/85 is 
amended by striking out "and" at the 
end of clause (a ), by adding "and" at 
the end of clause (b) and by adding 
thereto the following clause: 

(c) canola and oats produced in Ontario and 
marketed during the term referred to in sub- 
section 3 (2); 

(2) The definition of "sales year" in the 
said section 2 is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

"sales year" means, 

(a) in the case of canola, grain com, soybeans 
and white beans, a period from the 1st day of 
September in one year to the 31st day of 
August in the next year. 



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O. Reg. 587/86 



(b) in the case of barley and oats, a period from 
the 1st day of August to the 31st day of July 
in the next year, and 

(c) in the case of winter wheat, a period from the 
1st day of July to the 30th day of June in the 
next year. 

2. Section 3 of the said Regulation is 
amended by adding thereto the fol- 
lowing subsection: 

(2) Notwithstanding subsection (1), the term for this 
plan in so far as it applies to canola and oats is for two 
sales years commencing in 1986. O. Reg. 586/86, 
s. 2. 

3. Section 4 of the said Regulation is 
amended by adding thereto the fol- 
lowing subsection: 

(4a) Notwithstanding subsection (4), a person sub- 
mitting an application for enrollment for canola and 
oats on or before the 1st day of October, 1986 may be 
enrolled for that portion of the plan applied for. 
O. Reg. 586/86, s. 3. 

4. — (1) Subsection 5 (4) of the said Reg- 
ulation is amended by striking out 
"3,600" in the second line and inserting 
in lieu thereof "5,000". 

(2) Subsection 5 (5) of the said Regulation 
is amended by adding at the end thereof 
"plus accrued interest in the applicant's 
account". 

5. Table 1 of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

Table 1 



Grain 


Fee Per Tonne 


Barley 


$ 2.15 


Canola 


5.00 


Corn 


2.25 


Oats 


2.15 


Soybeans 


4.80 


White Beans 


10.00 


Winter Wheat 


2.50 



O. Reg. 586/86, s. 5. 



Farm Income Stabilization 
Commission: 

M. Huff 
Chairman 

Ruth Day 

Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 14th day of July, 1986. 
(9491) 42 



FARM INCOME STABILIZATION ACT 

O. Reg. 587/86. 

Grain Stabilization, 1985-1988— Plan. 
Made— August 6th, 1986. 
Approved — September 24th, 1986. 
Filed— September 29th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 509/85 

MADE UNDER THE 

FARM INCOME STABILIZATION ACl^ 



1. Section 6 of Ontario Regulation 509/85 
is amended by adding thereto the fol- 
lowing clauses: 

(ba) shall not claim payment for barley, grain 
corn or oats marketed that have been 
replaced through purchases of grain or feed 
and, in the case of purchase of grain or feed, 
the amount of barley, grain corn or oats 
replaced shall be determined by the Commis- 
sion; 

(bb) shall maintain a record of £ill barley, grain 
corn, oats and feed purchased during the 
sales year; 

Farm Income Stabilization 
Commission: 

Henry Ediger 
Vice-Chairman 

Ruth Day 
Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 6th day of August, 1986. 



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10 



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O. Reg. 588/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 589/86 

LCX:AL roads boards act coroners ACT 



5289 



O. Reg. 588/86. 

Establishment of Local Roads Areas — 

Northwestern Region. 
Made — September 15th, 1986. 
Filed— September 29th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 599 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

LOCAL ROADS BOARDS ACT 



L Schedules 12 and 16 to Regulation 599 
of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1980 are revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 



Schedule 12 

LYON LOCAL ROADS AREA 

-\I1 that portion of the Township of Lyon in the 
Territorial District of Thunder Bay shown outlined on 
istr>- of Transpxjrtation and Communications Plan 
41-2, filed with the .administrative Services Office 
01 the Ministr>- of Transportation and Communi- 
cations at Toronto on the 8th day of August, 1986. 
O Reg. 588/86, s. 1, part. 



Schedule 16 

STIRLING LOCAL ROADS AREA 

.\11 that portion of the Township of Stirling in the 
Territorial District of Thunder Bay shown outlined on 
-Ministn.- of Transportation and Communications Plan 
.\-460-3, filed with the Administrative Services Office 
of the Ministr>- of Transportation and Communi- 
cations at Toronto on the 8th day of August, 1986. 
O Reg. 588/86, s. 1, part. 

Edward Fulton 

Minister of Transportation 

and Communications 

Dated at Toronto, this 15th day of September, 1986. 



(9493) 



O. Reg. 589/86. 

General. 

Made — September 24th, 1986. 

Filed — September 30th, 1986. 



42 
2211 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 185 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

CORONERS ACT 



Paragraph 3 of Schedule 9 to Regula- 
tion 185 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980, as remade by section 2 
of Ontario Regulation 302/84, is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 



3. For each day of attendance of an expert 
witness, including the medical prac- 
titioner who performed the post mortem 
examination of the body, such fee not 
exceeding 565 as the coroner considers 
proper or such greater fee as the Minister 
or the Deputy Solicitor General approves 
where, in the opinion of the Minister or 
the Deputy Sohcitor General, as the case 
may be, the greater fee is justified having 
regard to the special circumstances of the 
case. 



2. — (1) Paragraphs 1 and 2 of Schedule 
10 to the said Regulation, as remade by 
section 3 of Ontario Regulation 
302/84, are revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 



1. For a post mortem examination by a 
legally qualified medical practitioner, 
including necessary- microscopic sections 
to prove diagnosis and the services of an 
assistant where necessar>', a fee of $323.00 

2. For any other examination or analysis, 
such fee not exceeding SI 9 as the coroner 
considers proper or such greater fee as the 
Chief Coroner approves. 

(2) Paragraph 3 of the said Schedule 10, as 
remade by section 6 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 533/82, is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 



5290 O. Reg. 589/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 590/86 



3. For the use of facilities for post mortem 
examination in a hospital or other place, 
for each post mortem examination, a fee 
of $48.00 



4. The fee mentioned in paragraph 3 may be 
increased by the Chief Coroner in an 
amount not exceeding $15 in those cases 



where, in the opinion of the Chief 
Coroner, the increase is justified having 
regard to the special circumstances of the 
case. 

(3) Paragraph 5 of the said Schedule 10 is 
revoked. 



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42 



SHORELINE PROPERTY ASSISTANCE ACT 

O. Reg. 590/86. 

General. 

Made — September 19th, 1986. 

Filed— September 30th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND REGULATION 912 OF 
REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 
SHORELINE PROPERTY ASSISTANCE ACT 



1. Subsection 1 (2) of Regulation 912 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as remade 
by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 276/81, is revoked and the following substituted) 
therefor: 



(2) No loan made under this Act for building raising, building relocation or building repairs shall exceed 75 
per cent of the total cost of the raising, relocation or repairs or $20,000, whichever is the lesser. O. Reg. 590/86, 
s. 1. 



2, The said Regulation is amended by adding thereto the following section: 

11. — (1) The rate of interest for the purposes of subsection 12 (7) of the Act is 8 per cent per annum. 



I 



(2) The rate of interest for the purposes of clause 13(1) (a) of the Act is 8 per cent per annum calculated on such 
amount of the annual payment of principal and interest as is in default. O. Reg. 590/86, s. 2. 

3. Form 6, as amended by section 5 of Ontario Regulation 276/81, Form 7, as remade by 
section 6 of Ontario Regulation 276/81, and Form 8 of the said Regulation are revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 



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ji 



O. Reg. 590/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Form 6 

Shoreline Property Assistance Act 

APPUCATION FOR LOAN 



5291 



TotlM 

I I Council of the. 



I I Mininer of Municipal Affair» 



In municipslity. murk "X" in first box. *nd fill 
in nmne of nHinicipality. 
In are* without municipal organization, mark 
"X" in —cond ban. 



1. Datails of OwiMTihip 



a) Owner's Namels) ■ (Sat out the names of all ownars} 



lb) Owner's Addressees) 



2. Dascription of Work 



n Construction of Works \~\ ^'"'^'"9 
I — I I 1 Raising 



□ Building 
Relocation 



□ Building 
Repairs 



3. Owcription of Land 



la) Set out a description, sufficient for registration, of ttie land affectad by the MOrk. Ilf building or structure is being relocated, describe land on which 
buildint or structure is now situate!. 



Date Land Acquired 



Datcribe Building or Structura Affected 



lb) If building or structure is being relocated, let out a description, sufficient for regittralion, of tli« land on wtiich tfw buikiing or structure will be situate 
after the relocation. 



Date Land Acquired 
Y M D 



(cl If work is to be done on Crown Land, describe Cro««n Land 



4. Estimated Cost 



Estimated Cost of 





Works 


Building Raising Building Relocation 


Building Repairs 


Material 










Other 










Inspection Fee» 










Total Cost 










Amount of 
Loan Request 











5. Total Amount of Loan Requested 



(Amount of loan requested must be a multiple of S100. not exceeding the 
maximum amount as is prescribed by the Regulations under the Act) 



6. Number of Metres of Shoreline of the Property 



7. Anticipated Date of Commencement Anticipated Date of Completion 



8. In making this loan application, t understand and agree to the following: 

1 . The granting or refusal of the application is in the discretion of the council or ttta Minister, as ttta ease may be, whose decision is final. 

2. I will be advised in writing of the decision regarding tlia application. 

3. ShouM the application be granted, an inspector appointed by council or ttie Minister of Municipal Affairs, as ttie case may be. will report to council 
(the Minister) to the effect that the work has been satisfactorily completed before any fund» are advanced by way of loan. 

4. That the amount of the loan may differ from the amount of loan applied for herein and will be based on actual complatk>n costs. 

5. In tiM case of a loan by a municipality . council shall levy end collect for the term set out in the regulatnns over and above all other retes upon ttie land 
in respect of which the toan is made, a special equal annual rata sufficient to disdurge the principal and interest of the k>an. 

6. In tt>e case of a loen from ttie Minister of Municipel Affeira. I muct repay tlie loen and interest over a period of 10 years in equal annual payments 
sufficient to discharge ttia principal and interest of the kian, and to deliver to the Minister a signed note for ttie emount of ttie loan. 



Signature of Owner 



Date 



O. Reg. 590/86, s. 3, part. 



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5292 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Form 7 

Shoreline Property Assistance Act 

DECLARATION AS TO OWNERSHIP 



O. Reg. 590/86 



Provinc* of Ontario 

TO WIT: 

I/WE,. 



do solemnly declare that: 



1. I/We am/are the actual owner of: (Provide description sufficient for registration) 

(a) tbe land affected by the work and described as follows: {If s building or structure is being relocated describe the land on which the building or 
structure is now situate) 



(b) the land to which a building or structure is being relocated and described as follows: (Delete if inapplicable) 



Strike out inapplicable paragraphs 

2. The land described in subsection 1 (a) of this declaration Is free from encumbrance. 



3. The land described in subsection 1 (a) is encumbered as follows: 



Name and Address of Mortgagee(sl 


Name and Address of Encumbrancer(sl 


Nanw and Address of Assignee(s) 





















(Attach Schedule if more space is required) 



4. The land described in subsection 1 (b) of this declaration is free from encumbrance 
Or 

5. The land described in subsection 1 (b] is encumbered as follows: 



Name end Address of Mortgagee(s) 


Name and Address of Encumbrancer(s) 


Name and Address of Assigneelsl 





















(Attach Schedule if more space is required) 
6. The application for loan is for a loan to construct works on Crown lands which Crown lands are described as follows: 



7. AND I/WE, make this solemn declaration conscientiously believing it to be true, and knowing that it is of the same force and effect as if made under oath. 



Declared before me at the _ 



A Commissioner, etc. 



O. Reg. 590/86, s. 3, paH. 



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i 



O Reg. 590/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Form 8 

Shoreline Property Assistance Act 

INSPECTION AND COMPLETION CERTIFICATE 

TottM 

[ I Council of the o*- 



5293 



I I Minister of Municipal Affairs 



(name of Inspector) 



and owned by _ 



have inspected ttw works, building raising, relocation or repairs constructed or carried out on the lands described 



(Plan/Concession No.) 



(Township, Town, etc ) 



. for which an application for loan was nnade ar>d dated 



I certify that circumstances prevail with respect to the works, building raising, building relocation or building repairs as indicated below: 

I I The building repairs are as described on the application for loan and are completed to my satisfaction. 

I I The vMKks are as described on the application for loan and are comptoied to my satisfaction. 

I i The buildir<g raising is as described on the application for loan and is completed to my satisfaction. 

'""] The building relocation is as described on the application for loan and is completed to my satisfaction. 

I I The works, building raising, building relocation or building repairs are completed to my satisfaction but differ significantly from that 

— described on the application for loan in the following respects 



n 



Tfie works. buiMing raising, building relocation or buikling repairs have baan completed but are not satisfactory because of the 
following defects; 



I confirm to tfie best of my knowledge and belief ttic shoreline length is approximately . 



The actual cost of the completed works, building railing, building relocation or building repairs are as follows: 





Actual Cost of Comptatad 




Works 


Building Raising 


Building Relocation 


Building Repairs 


Material 










Other 










Inspection Fees 










Total 










Total S 











Dated at . 
day of 



(9495) 



Si9>ature of Inspector 



O. Reg. 590/86, s. 3, part. 
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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 591/86 



MINISTRY OF CORRECTIONAL 
SERVICES ACT 

O. Reg. 591/86. 

General. 

Made— August 13th, 1986. 

Filed— October 1st, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 649 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

MINISTRY OF CORRECTIONAL 

SERVICES ACT 

1. Section 11 of Regulation 649 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
is amended by adding thereto the fol- 
lowing subsection: 

(2a) The Superintendent is not required to give 
notice under subsection (1) in respect of money in an 
inmate's trust account amounting to less than $5 , and 
if that money remains unclaimed for ninety days after 
the inmate is paroled, discharged or transferred to a 
community resource centre, it shall be deposited in the 
Consolidated Revenue Fund. O. Reg. 591/86, s. 1. 

2. Subsection 14 (1) of the said Regula- 
tion is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor: 

(1) An inmate shall be permitted visits during 
reasonable hours from a minister of religion, a proba- 
tion officer, a parole officer, a volunteer or the 
inmate's solicitor. O. Reg. 591/86, s. 2. 

3. Section 17 of the said Regulation is 
amended by adding thereto the fol- 
lowing subsections: 

(2) Subsection (1) does not apply to a letter sent by 
an inmate to, or to an inmate from, 

(a) the inmate's solicitor; 

(b) a member of the Legislative Assembly of 
Ontario; 

(c) a member of the Parliament of Canada; 

(d) the Deputy Minister of Correctional Services; 



(e) the Ombudsman or the Correctional Inves- 
tigator of Canada. 

(3) A letter referred to in clause (2) (a), 



(a) shall not be opened by the Superintendent or 
the Superintendent's designate unless the 
inmate and a staff witness are present; 

(b) may be inspected for contraband; and 

(c) shall not be read by the Superintendent or the 
Superintendent's designate unless there are 
reasonable and probable grounds to believe 
that it contains material that is not privileged 
as a solicitor-client communication. 

(4) A letter referred to in clause (2) (ft), (c) or (d) may 
be opened, read and inspected for contraband by the 
Superintendent or the Superintendent's designate. 

(5) A letter referred to in clause (2) (c) shall not be 
opened, read or inspected for contraband by the 
Superintendent or the Superintendent's designate. 
O. Reg. 591/86, s. 3. 

4. Sections 18 and 19 of the said Regula- 
tion are revoked. 

5.— (1) Clause 21 (2) (a) of the said Reg- 
ulation is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 

(o) a fee of $8 per day to be paid to the Ministry, 
unless the Minister waives the fee, as partial 
reimbursement for the cost of food, lodging 
and clothing supplied to the inmate by the 
institution; 

(2) Subsection 21 (5) of the said Regula- 
tion is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor: 

(5) If the amount held in trust for an inmate exceed 
$100 throughout a quarter, the inmate shall be cred 
ited with simple interest on the amount at the end of 
the quarter. 

(6) The interest rate used for the purposes of sul> 
section (5) is the average rate of interest earned on thi 
trust account during the preceding quarter. 



I 



(7) The three month periods ending on the 31st day 
of March, the 30th day of June, the 30th day of Sep- 
tember and the 31st day of December are quarters. 

(8) All interest earned on the trust account that is 
not credited to inmates under subsection (5) shall be 
devoted to inmate recreation programs. 

(9) When an inmate is paroled, discharged or 
transferred to a community resource centre, the 
Superintendent shall, subject to subsection 11 (2a), 
pay to the inmate all moneys held in trust for the 
inmate less any disbursements or deductions 
authorized under subsection (2). O. Reg. 591/86, 
s. 5 (2). 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



5295 



6. Clause 28 (Die) of the said Regulation 
is amended by striking out "wilfully" in 
the first line. 

7.— (1) Subsections 30 (1) and (2) of the 
said Regulation are revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 

( 1) Where an inmate is alleged to have committed a 
misconduct, the Superintendent shaU decide, as soon 
as possible, whether or not the inmate committed the 
misconduct. 

(2) Before making a decision under subsection (1), 
the Superintendent shall ensure that the inmate is 
notified of the allegation and is given an opportunity' 
for an interview, which shall be held not later than ten 
days after the day on which the alleged offence became 
known to the Superintendent, to discuss the allegation 
with the Superintendent. O. Reg. 591/86, s. 7 (1). 

(2) Section 30 of the said Regulation is 
amended by adding thereto the fol- 
lowing subsection: 

(4a) The Superintendent may, during an interview 
held under subsection (2), adjourn the interview, but 
no such adjournment shall be for more than three clear 
days, except with the consent of the inmate. O. Reg. 
591/86, s. 7 (2). 

8. Subsection 38 (1) of the said Regula- 
tion is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor: 

(1) Where an inmate's request for a temporary 
absence has been referred to the Temporary Absence 
Committee under subsection 37 (2) and has been 
denied by the Superintendent, the inmate may apply to 
the Minister in writing to conduct a further review of 
the inmate's request for a temporary absence permit 
and the inmate shall set out the reasons for the appli- 
cation and any new information or submissions in 
support of the request for a temporary' absence. 
O Reg. 591/86, s. 8. 

9. Section 39 of the said Regulation is 
revoked. 

10. Part II of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 



Part U 

PAROLE 

40. — (1) The portion of the term of imprisonment 
that cui inmate must serve before parole may be 
granted is one-third of the total term of imprisonment 
imposed upon the inmate. 



(2) Notwithstanding subsection (1), the Board may 
parole an inmate at any time where, in the opinion of 
the Board, compelling or exceptional circumstances 
exist that warrant the inmate's parole. 

(3) Every inmate sentenced to imprisonment in an 
institution shall be notified in writing by the Ministry 
of the inmate's parole ehgibility date no later than two 
months after the date on which the inmate was sen- 
tenced. O. Reg. 591/86, s. 10, part. 

41. — (1) Where an inmate is serving a term of 
imprisonment of less than six months, the inmate may 
£^)ply to the Board for parole at any time. 

(2) An inmate referred to in subsection (1) is not 
entitled to a hearing before the Board. O. Reg. 
591/86, s. 10, part. 

42. — (1) Where an inmate is serving a term of 
imprisonment of six months or more, the Board shall 
consider the inmate for parole before the parole eligi- 
bility date, whether or not the inmate has applied for 
parole. 

(2) An inmate referred to in subsection (1) is entitled 
to a hearing before the Board unless the inmate in 
writing waives the right to the hearing, but if the 
inmate withdraws the waiver before the Board makes 
a decision regarding the parole, the Board shall pro- 
ceed to conduct a hearing of the matter. O. Reg. 
591/86, s. 10, part. 

43. — (1) Where the Board is considering whether or 
not an inmate is a suitable inmate to be granted parole 
the Board may obtain and consider any information 
that the Board considers useful and relevant regarding 
the character, abilities and prospects of the inmate, 
and in particular the Board may obtain 2md consider, 

(a) particulars of the inmate's trial, conviction 
and sentence; 

(ft) particulars of the inmate's criminal record; 

(c) information from persons knowledgeable 
about the inmate's background and Uving 
conditions before the inmate was confined in 
the institution; 

(d) a report from the Superintendent of the 
institution assessing the progress made by the 
inmate towards rehabilitation; and 

(e) a report from a health care professional con- 
cerning the inmate's physical condition and 
mental health. 

(2) Where the Boîird conducts a hearing to deter- 
mine whether or not an inmate is a suitable inmate to 
be granted parole. 



(a) the inmate shall be given at least forty-eight 
hours notice of the hearing; 



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O. Reg. 591/86 



(b) the inmate shall be given an opportunity to 
attend before the Board and present argu- 
ments and submissions on his or her own 
behalf; 

(c) the Board may permit any person, including 
an interpreter, to assist in any manner that 
the Board considers appropriate; and 

(d) the Board shall, in the form and manner that 
it considers appropriate, inform the inmate of 
any information in the Board's possession 
that may affect its decision. 

(3) Upon consideration of the matters referred to in 
subsection (1) and the arguments and submissions of 
the inmate, the Board may, 

(a) grant parole upon such terms and conditions 
as it considers necessary; 

(b) defer its decision; or 

(c) refuse to grant parole, 

and the Board shall notify the inmate in writing of its 
decision and the reasons for the decision. O. Reg. 

591/86, s. 10, part. 

44. — (1) An inmate whose parole is reviewed under 
subsection 38 (2) of the Act is entitled to a hearing 
before the Board unless the inmate in writing waives 
the right to the hearing, but if the inmate withdraws 
the waiver before the Board makes a decision regard- 
ing the parole, the Board shall proceed to conduct a 
hearing of the matter. 

(2) Where the Board conducts a review of parole 
under subsection 38 (2) of the Act, the Board may 
obtain and consider any information that the Board 
considers useful and relevant, including any records 
relating to the decision to grant the inmate parole and 
information about the inmate's conduct while on 
parole. 

(3) Where the Board conducts a hearing in the 
course of a review of parole under subsection 38 (2) of 
the Act, subsection 43 (2) applies to the hearing with 
necessary modifications. 

(4) Upon consideration of the matters referred to in 
subsection (2) and the arguments and submissions, if 
any, of the inmate, the Board may, 

(a) allow the inmate to continue on parole; or 

(b) revoke parole, 

and the Board shall notify the inmate in writing of its 
decision and the reasons for the decision. O. Reg. 

591/86, s. 10, part. 

45. — (1) An inmate who is aggrieved by a decision 
of the Board may request in writing that the chairman 
of the Board review the decision. 



(2) Upon receiving a request under subsection (1), 
the chairman or the chairman's delegate shall revieW 
the decision and shall, 

(a) order a new hearing; or 

(b) uphold the original decision of the Board, 

and shall forthwith notify the inmate in writing of the 
results of the review with reasons. O. Reg. 591/86, 
s. 10, part. 

46. — (1) An inmate who has received parole shall 
not be allowed to begin parole without signing a cer- 
tificate of parole setting out the conditions of the 
parole. 

(2) Notwithstanding subsection (1), the Board may 
authorize an inmate to be allowed to begin parole 
before the certificate of parole has been completed and 
signed where the Board is of the opinion that compel- 
ling or exceptional circumstances warrant the authori- 
zation. O. Reg. 591/86, s. 10, part. 

47. It is a condition of every grant of parole, unless 
the Board orders otherwise, that the parolee shall, 

(a) remain within the jurisdiction of the Board; 

(b) keep the peace and be of good behaviour; 

(c) obtain the consent of the Board or the parole 
supervisor for any change of residence or 
employment; 

(d) report as required to the parole suf)ervisor 
and the local police force; and 

(e) refrain from associating with any person who 
is engaged in criminal activity or, unless 
approved by the parole supervisor, with any 
person who has a criminal record. O. Reg. 
591/86, s. 10, part. 



48. A parolee shall on the first day of every month 
until the expiry of the parolee's full sentence provide 
the parole supervisor with a written report setting out, 

(a) the parolee's address; A 

(b) where the parolee istmployed, the nature of 
the parolee's employment, the amount 
earned and the employer's name and address; 

(c) where the parolee is unemployed, an expla- 
nation of the failure to find employment; 

(d) details of any arrests or convictions of the 
parolee that have occurred since the last pre- 
ceding monthly report; and 



]f: 



(e) details of any difficulties the parolee is 
experiencing. O. Reg. 591/86, s. 10, part. 



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49. The warrant referred to in section 38 of the Act 
shall be in Form 1. O. Reg. 591/86, s. 10, part. 

50. Where the Board has granted parole to an 
inmate to permit the deportation of the inmate, the 
Board may remit any remaining portion of the 



inmate's term of imprisonment. O. Reg. 591/86, 
s. 10, part. 

11. Forms 1, 2, 3 and 4 of the said Regula- 
tion are revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor: 



Form 1 

Ministry of Correctional Services Act 

WARRANT 

To all peace officers and to the superintendents of all provincial institutions: 

1. WHEREAS on the day of , 19 . . ., 

parole was granted, subject to the conditions and provisions set forth in a certificate of parole issued 
under section 34 of the Ministry of Correctional Services Act to: 

(Name) (Number) 

who was convicted of 

on the day of , 19 . . . , and 

was sentenced to 

and was at the date of the certificate of parole confined in 

AND WHEREAS I am a person having authority under the Ministry of Correctional Services Act to 
authorize the arrest and return to a correctional institution of a person on parole whenever I believe, on 
reasonable and probable grounds, that the person has failed to observe any condition of his or her 
parole, 

NOW THEREFORE 

under the authority vested in me I hereby command you in Her Majesty's name to arrest 



and return him or her to the nearest provincial correctional institution, and I command you, the 
Superintendent, to receive him or her in your custody and to keep him or her there until duly dis- 
charged. 



Dated at 

this day of , 19. . . 

To Peace Officer: 

This warrant is to be read to the subject at time of 
execution. 



Signature 



(A member of the Board of Parole or a person 
designated by the Board under section 38 of the 
Ministry of Correctional Services Act) 

Executed and read to the subject by the under- 
signed, this .... day of , 19 . . . 



(9S23) 



(signature of Peace Officer) 



No. 



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5298 O. Reg. 592/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 593/86 



LOCAL SERVICES BOARDS ACT 

O. Reg. 592/86. 

Establishment of Local Services Board — 

Community of Savant Lake. 
Made — September 2Sth, 1986. 
Filed— October 1st, 1986. 



ORDER MADE UNDER THE 
LOCAL SERVICES BOARDS ACT 

In The Matter Of the Local Services Boards Act; 
and 

In The Matter Of the establishment of a Local Ser- 
vices Board for the community of Savant Lake 
situate in territory without municipal organization 
in the Territorial District of Thunder Bay. 

ORDER 

Under the provisions of section 4 of the Local Ser- 
vices Boards Act, It Is Ordered: 

1. A Local Services Board is established under the 
name "The Local Services Board of Savant 
Lake". O. Reg. 592/86, s. 1. 

2. The boundaries of the Board area are those 
described in the Schedule. O. Reg. 592/86, s. 2. 

3. The Board shall be composed of five members. 
O. Reg. 592/86, s. 3. 

4. The Board may exercise the powers set out in 
paragraphs 2 and 6 of the Schedule to the Act. 
O. Reg. 592/86, s. 4. 

5. — (1) The election of the first members of the 
Board shall be held in the community of Savant Lake 
on the 6th day of October, 1986 and the members so 
elected shall hold office from the 6th day of October, 
1986 to the 30th day of September, 1987 and until a 
new Board is elected. 

(2) Mr. Phil Mostow, Northern Affairs Officer, is 
appointed to conduct the election of the first members 
of the Board and for that purpose he has the general 
supervision of the election and the power to direct the 
manner of the election and to implement or to carry 
out any other act or thing that may be required for the 
effective undertaking of the election of the first mem- 
bers of the Board. O. Reg. 592/86, s. 5. 

David Peterson 
for Minister of Northern 
Development and Mines 

Dated at Toronto, this 25th day of September, 1986. 
Schedule 



The parcel or tract of land in the Territorial District 
of Thunder Bay described as follows: 



Commencing at the northeast corner of the 
Township of Boucher; 

Thence south along the east boundary of the said 
Township and the southerly prolongation thereof 
to a point distant thereon six miles southerly from 
the southeast corner of the said Township; 

Thence west astronomic twelve miles; 

Thence north astronomic twelve miles more or 
less to the intersection with the westerly prolong- 
ation of the north boundary of the Township of 
Boucher; 

Thence easterly along the said westerly prolonga- 
tion and along the said boundary to the point of 
commencement. O. Reg. 592/86, Sched. 



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PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 593/86. 

Restricted Areas — County of Simcoe, 

Township of Nottawasaga. 
Made — September 26th, 1986. 
Filed— October 1st, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 675 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1970 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

1. Regulation 675 of Revised Regulations | 
of Ontario, 1970 is amended by adding .; 
thereto the following sections: 

244. — (1) Notwithstanding any other provision 
this Order, a single-family dwelling and buildings and| 
structures accessory thereto may be erected and use 
on the land described in subsection (2) if the following! 
requirements are met: 



Minimum front yard 
Minimum side yards 



Maximum height of 
single-family dwelling 

Minimum ground floor 
area of single-family 
dwelling 



7.6 metres ll 

3 metres on one side 

and 
1.2 metres on the other f 

side 



9. 1 metres 



one storey — 93 square 

metres 

one and one-half storeys 

or more — 69.8 square 

metres 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 595/86 5299 



I (2) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land in 
!the Township of Nottawasaga in the County of Sim- 
;coe, being that part of Lot 34 in Concession XII 
described as Part 1 on a Plan deposited in the Land 
Registry- Office for the Registry- Division of Simcoe 
(No. 51)asXumber5lR-14765. O. Reg. 593/86, s. 1, 
\part . 

245. — (1) Notwithstanding any other provision of 
this Order, a store in which signs are made and sold 
ma> be operated in the vacant building situate on the 
land described in subsection (2) on the day this section 
comes into force. 

I (2) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land in 
Ithe Township of Nottawasaga in the County of Sim- 
coe. being composed of Lot 63 according to a Plan 
registered in the Land Registry Office for the Registry 
Division of Simcoe (No. 51) as Number 1391. 
O. Reg. 593/86, s. 1, part. 

L. J. FiNCHAM 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

Central and Southwest 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 26th day of September, 1986. 



(9525) 



42 



RENTAL HOUSING PROTECTION ACT, 
1986 

O. Reg. 594/86. 

General. 

Made — October 2nd, 1986. 

Filed— October 3rd, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 434/86 

MADE UNDER THE 

RENTAL HOUSING PROTECTION 

ACT, 1986 

1. Schedule 2 to Ontario Regulation 
434/86, as amended by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 570/86, is further 
amended by adding thereto the fol- 
lowing paragraph: 

4. The land known municipally as 351, 354, 
355, 356, 357, 358, 359, 360, 361, 362, 363, 
364, 365, 366, 367, 368, 369, 371, 373, 375, 
377 Claremont Drive; 1010, 1024 Peel Street; 
and 358, 362, 364, 366, 368, 370, 372, 374, 
376, 378, 380, 382, 384, 388, 390, 392, 394, 
396, 398, 400, 402, 404, 406, 408, 410 Lon- I 
don Terrace, in The Regional Municipality 
of Ottawa-Carleton and being composed of, 

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i. all that part of Peel Street, formerly 
Glasgow Street, Registered Plan 533, 
as closed by By-law 161-85, registered 
as Instrument N303490, designated as 
Part 1 on a plan of survey received 
and deposited in the Land Registry 
Office for the Registry' Division of 
Ottawa-Carleton Number 5 as Plan 
5R-9434, 

ii. all that part of Block D, Registered 
Plan 533, designated as Part 2 on the 
said Plan 5R-9434, 

iii. all that part of Claremont Drive, 
Registered Plan 533, as closed by By- 
law 161-85, registered as Instrument 
N303490, designated as Part 3 on the 
said Plan 5R-9434, 

iv. all of Block E, registered Plan 533. 

Subject to esisements for public utilities in, 
over, along and upon all those parts of the 
said Peel Street and Claremont Drive, desig- 
nated as the said Parts 1 and 3. 

(9526) 42 



EDUCATION ACT 

O. Reg. 595/86. 
Calculation of Fees for Pupils. 
Made— September 25th, 1986. 
Approved — October 2nd, 1986. 
Filed— October 3rd, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 115/86 

MADE UNDER THE 

EDUCATION ACT 

1. Clauses 6 (1) (c), (d) and (e) of Ontario 
Regulation 115/86 are revoked and the 
following substituted therefon 

(c) a program that includes technological studies 
that quaUfy for three or more credits toward 
the secondary school graduation diploma or 
Ontario secondary school diploma in the 
1985-86 school year and for one or more cre- 
dits toward the secondary school graduation 
diploma or the Ontario Secondary school 
diploma in the 1986-87 school year; 

(rf) a program of instruction for which credit is 
granted that is offered in an elementary- 
school to elementary school pupils as defined 
in paragraph 12 of section 1 of Ontario Reg- 
ulation 116/86, (General Legislative Grants, 
1986); and 



5300 O. Reg. 595/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 596/86 



(e) a program of instruction for which credit is 
granted that is offered to extended Roman 
Catholic separate school pupils as defined in 
paragraph 21a of section 1 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 116/86, (General Legislative Grants, 
1986). 

Sean Conway 
Minister of Education 

Dated at Toronto, this 25th day of September, 1986. 

(9527) 42 



EDUCATION ACT 

O. Reg. 596/86. 
General Legislative Grants, 1986. 
Made— September 25th, 1986. 
Approved — October 2nd, 1986. 
Filed— October 3rd, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 116/86 

MADE UNDER THE 

EDUCATION ACT 

1. — (1) Paragraph 1 of section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 116/86 is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

1. "assessment" for a year means the sum of, 

i. the residential and farm assessment as 
defined in clause 220 (b) of the Act, 
except in the case of The Sudbury 
Board of Education and The Sudbury 
District Roman Catholic Separate 
School Board as defined in section 68 
of the Regional Municipality of Sud- 
bury Act, and 

ii. the quotient obtained by dividing by 
0.85 the commercial assessment as 
defined in clause 220 (a) of the Act, 
except in the case of The Sudbury 
Board of Education and The Sudbury 
District Roman Catholic Separate 
School Board as defined in section 68 
of the Regional Municipality of Sud- 
bury Act, 

that is rateable for the purposes of the board, 
except that reference to the last revised 
assessment roll in the said clauses 220 (a) and 
(b) of the Act and section 68 of the Regional 
Municipality of Sudbury Act shall, for the 
purposes of this Regulation, be deemed to be 
reference to the last revised assessment roll 
used for taxation purposes in the year; 



(2) Paragraph 2 of the said section 1 is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

2. "ADE.EB" means the product of the en-bloc 
transfer described in paragraph 16 of section 
1 and 0.40 correct to two places of decimals; 

(3) Paragraph 4 of the said section 1 is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

4. "A.E.F. for 1979" for a municipality or loc- 
ality means the 1979 assessment equalization 
factor for the municipality or locality set out 
in Schedule B of Ontario Regulation 108/79 
except that where such schedule provides 
factors in respect of parts of a municipality or 
locality, the assessment equalization factor 
for 1979 is the weighted average correct to 
two places of decimals of the factors for the 
parts of the municipality or locality in such 
Schedule B weighted with regard to the 
assessment for the board as defined in clauses 
220 (a) and (b) of the Act, except in the case of 
The Sudbury Board of Education and The 
Sudbury District Roman Catholic Separate 
School Board as defined in section 68 of the 
Regional Municipality of Sudbury Act, 
according to the last revised assessment roll 
used for taxation purposes in 1979 that is in 
respect of such parts or as adjusted by the 
Minister; 

(4) Sub-subparagraphs a and b of sub- 
paragraph i of paragraph 9 of the said 
section 1 are revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 

a. in the case of a public or sepa- 
rate school board, the course is 
in the intermediate division 
and the A.D.E. in respect of 
such course conducted by the 
board is multiplied by 1.23, 
but does not include that por- 
tion of the A.D.E. in respect of 
a course offered by a Roman 
Catholic separate school board 
set out in Column 1 of Table 1 
from and including the 1st day 
of January, 1986 to and 
including the 31st day of 
August, 1986 in the grade 
levels and languages of 
instruction set out in Columns 
2 and 3 respectively of Table 1 
or a course offered by a Roman 
Catholic separate school board 
set out in Column 1 of Table 1 
from and including the 1st day 
of September, 1986 to and 
including the 31st day of 
December, 1986 in the grade 



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5301 



levels and languages of 
instruction set out in Columns 
4 and S respectively of Table 1, 
and 

b. in the case of a Roman 
Catholic separate school board 
set out in Column 1 of Table 1 , 
the course is offered from and 
including the 1st day of 
Januar\-, 1986 to and including 
the 31st day of August, 1986 in 
the grade levels and languages 
of instruction set out opposite 
thereto in Columns 2 and 3 
respectively of Table 1 or the 
course is offered from and 
including the 1st day of Sep- 
tember, 1986 to and including 
the 3 1st day of December, 1986 
in the grade levels and lan- 
guages of instruction set out 
opposite thereto in Columns 4 
and 5 respectively of Table 1, 

(5) Subparagraph vi of paragraph 9 of the 
said section 1 is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefore 

vi. a course described in subparagraph ii 
offered from and including the 1st day 
of September, 1986 to and including 
the 31st day of December, 1986 where 
the instructors are employed by and 
paid by the board or the course is pro- 
vided under section 165 (a) (2) of the 
Act, 

via. a course described in subparagraph ii 
offered from and including the 1st day 
of January-, 1986 to and including the 
31st day of August, 1986 or a course 
described in subparagraph iii or iv, or 

(6) Sub-subparagraphs a and b of sub- 
paragraph i of paragraph 11 of the said 
section 1 are revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 

a. the portion of the A.D.E. for 
1986 calculated under section 2 
of Ontario Regulation 127/85 
(Calculation of Average Daily 
Enrolment) that is in respect of 
resident-internal pupils of the 
board other than extended 
Roman Catholic separate 
school pupils and other than 
pupils enrolled in schools or 
classes for trainable retarded 
pupils, 

b the product of an enrolment 
weighting factor of 0.23 and 



the portion of the A.D.E. for 
1986 calculated under section 2 
of Ontario Regulation 127/85 
(Calculation of Average Daily 
Enrolment) that is in respect of 
elementary- school pupils who 
are resident-internal pupils of 
the board and who are enrolled 
in grade 9 or 10 and are taking 
a program in which the major- 
ity of the courses of study are 
for credit toward the secondary- 
school graduation diploma or 
Ontario secondary school dip- 
loma, and 

(7) Sub-subparagraph c of subparagraph i 
of paragraph 1 1 of the said section 1 is 
amended by striking out, 

and where ADE 86, 
ADE 85 and ADE 84 
means the average daily- 
enrolment respectively 
for the board in respect of 
resident-internal and 
non-resident day school 
pupils, except pupils 
enrolled in schools or 
classes for trainable 
retarded pupils or pupils 
enrolled in a Roman 
Catholic separate school 
board set out in Column 
1 of Table 1 in the grade 
levels and languages of 
instruction set out oppo- 
site in Columns 2 and 3 
respectively of Table 1, 
and in the case of ADE 
84 is calculated under 
clauses 2 (a) and (b) of 
Regulation 256 of 
Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 and in the 
case of ADE 86 and 
ADE 85 is calculated 
under clauses 2 (a) and 
ib) of Ontario Regulation 
127/85 (Calculation of 
Average Daily Enrol- 
ment), 

in the forty-eighth to the seventy-sec- 
ond lines and inserting in lieu thereof, 

and where ADE 86, ADE 85 
and ADE 84 means the aver- 
age daily enrolment respec- 
tively for the board in respect 



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O. Reg. 596/86 



of resident-internal and non- 
resident day school pupils, 
except pupils enrolled in 
schools or classes for trainable 
retarded pupils or pupils 
enrolled in a Roman Catholic 
separate school board set out in 
Column 1 of Table 1 in grades 
9, 10, 11 and 12 and in the case 
of ADE 84 is calculated under 
clauses 2 (a) and (b) of Regula- 
tion 256 of Revised Regula- 
tions of Ontario, 1980 and in 
the case of ADE 86 and ADE 
85 is calculated under clauses 2 
(a) and (b) of Ontario Regula- 
tion 127/85 (Calculation of 
Average Daily Enrolment), 



(8) Sub-subparagraph b of subparagraph 
iii of paragraph 11 of the said section 1 
is revoked and the following substi- 
tuted therefor: 

b. the portion of the A.D.E. for 
1986 calculated under section 2 
of Ontario Regulation 127/85 
(Calculation of Average Daily 
Enrolment) that is in respect of 
extended Roman Catholic 
separate school pupils who are 
resident-internal pupils of the 
board; 

(9) Paragraph 12 of the said section 1 is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

12. "elementary school pupil" means a pupil, 
other than a pupil referred to in paragraph 
21a, who is enrolled in an elementary school 
and who at the beginning of the school year 
has completed fewer than eleven credits or 
their equivalent toward the secondary school 
graduation diploma or the Ontario secondary 
school diploma or a pupil who during the 
summer next following the completion of the 
eleven credits is enrolled in a summer school 
program operated by a public or separate 
school board; 

(10) Subparagraph i, exclusive of the sub- 
subparagraphs, of paragraph 13 of the 
said section 1 is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

i. for a public or separate school board, 
in respect of elementary school pupils, 
the sum of, 



(11) Subparagraph ii, exclusive of the sub- 
subparagraph s , of paragraph 13 of the 
said section 1 is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

ii. for a Roman Catholic separate school 
board in respect of extended Roman 
Catholic separate school pupils or a 
secondary school board, the sum of, 



(12) Subparagraph i, exclusive of the sub- 
subparagraphs, of paragraph 14 of the 
said section 1 is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

i. for a public or separate school board, 
in respect of elementary school pupils, 
the sum of, 



(13) Subparagraph ii of paragraph 14 of the 
said section 1 is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

ii. for a secondary school board operat- 
ing a program in a class established 
under section 261 of the Act or for a 
Roman Catholic separate school 
board operating a program in a class 
established under section 261 of the 
Act for extended Roman CathoHc 
separate school pupils, the products 
obtained by multiplying the enrol- 
ment in the programs in which French 
is the language of instruction in a 
subject, by the number of credits that 
may be granted to a pupil for the 
subject or by one in the case of a sub- 
ject offered in a day school in a course 
for which no credit may be granted 
and for which a minimum of 110 
hours has been scheduled and by, 

a. in the case of pupils enrolled in 
grade 9 or 10, $71, or 

b. in the case of pupils enrolled in 
grade 11, 12 or 13, $77, 

such that the maximum number of 
credits or courses for which no credit 
may be granted that may be taken 
into account for the purpose of this 
subparagraph in respect of any one 
pupil is five, and 

(14) Paragraph 16 of the said section 1 is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 



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5303 



16. "en-bloc transfer" means, for a secondar>- 
school board set out in Column 1 of Table 2, 
the number of pupils identified by the Plan- 
ning and Implementation Commission as 
ha\-ing transferred, as an entire educational 
program, from a secondar>- school operated 
by the secondar\- school board to a Roman 
Catholic separate school board operating in 
the same area of jurisdiction in accordance 
with the board plan of the Roman Catholic 
separate school board and the impact state- 
ment of the secondar>' school board submit- 
ted to the Planning and Implementation 
Commission; 

(15) The said section 1 is amended by 
adding thereto the following para- 
graph: 

21a. "extended Roman CathoUc separate school 
pupil" means, 

i. from and including the 1st day of 
January, 1986 to and including the 
31st day of August, 1986, a pupil 
enrolled in a grade level and language 
of instruction set out in Columns 2 
and 3 respectively of Table 1 set out 
opposite a Roman Catholic separate 
school board set out in Column 1 of 
Table 1 and who at the beginning of 
the school year has completed fewer 
than nineteen credits or their equival- 
ent toward the secondary school 
graduation diploma or the Ontario 
secondary' school diploma or a pupil 
who during the summer next follow- 
ing the completion of the nineteen 
credits is enrolled in a summer school 
program operated by such Roman 
Catholic separate school board, or 

ii. from and including the 1st day of 
September, 1986 to and including the 
31st day of December, 1986, a pupil 
enrolled in a grade level and language 
of instruction set out in Columns 4 
and S respectively of Table 1 set out 
opposite a Roman Catholic separate 
school board set out in Column 1 of 
Table 1 and who at the beginning of 
the school year has completed fewer 
than twenty-six credits or their equi- 
valent toward the secondary school 
graduation diploma or the Ontario 
secondary school diploma; 

16) Paragraph 25, exclusive of the sub- 
I paragraphs, of the said section 1 is 

revoked and the following substituted 

therefor: 



25. "non-resident pupil" of a board means a 
pupil who is enrolled at a school operated by 
the board, 



other than a pupil from outside Ontario 
enrolled at the school under a student 
exchange program approved by the board 
and other than a pupil enrolled at the school 
under subsection 136o (2) of the Act; 

(17) Paragraph 29 of the said section 1 is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

29. "P.A.C." means the pupil accommodation 
charge that for a pupil of A.D.E. is $113 in 
the case of an elementary' school pupil or a 
pupil enrolled in a class or school for train- 
able retarded pupils and $226 in the case of a 
secondary school pupil or an extended 
Roman Catholic separate school pupil; 

(18) Sub-sub-subparagraphs I and II of sub- 
subparagraph c of subparagraph ii of 
paragraph 31 of the said section 1 are 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

I. the product of $2,534 in 
the case of a public or 
separate school board or 
$3,445 in the case of a sec- 
ondary school board, the 
G.W.F. for 1986 for the 
board and the portion of 
the continuing education 
A.D.E. for grant purposes 
for 1986 that is not in 
respect of a course offered 
by a Roman Catholic 
separate school board set 
out in Column 1 of Table 
1 from and including the 
1st day of January, 1986 
to and including the 31st 
day of August, 1986 in the 
language of instruction set 
out opposite thereto in 
Column 3 of Table 1 or 
from and including the 1st 
day of September, 1986 to 
and including the 31st day 
of December, 1986 in the 
language of instruction set 
out opposite thereto in 
Column 5 of Table 1 , and 

n. the product of $3,445, the 
G.W.F. for 1986 for the 
board and the portion of 
the continuing education 
A.D.E. for grant purposes 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 596/86 



for 1986 that is in respect 
of a course offered by a 
Roman Catholic separate 
school board set out in 
Column 1 of Table 1 from 
and including the 1st day 
of January, 1986 to and 
including the 31st day of 
August, 1986 in the lan- 
guage of instruction set 
out opposite thereto in 
Column 3 of Table 1 or 
from and including the 1st 
day of September, 1986 to 
and including the 31st day 
of December, 1986 in the 
language of instruction set 
out opposite thereto in 
Column S of Table 1, 

(19) Sub-subparagraph e of subparagraph ii 
of paragraph 31 of the said section 1 is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

e. in the case of a secondary 
school board or a Roman 
Catholic separate school board 
set out in Column 1 of Table 1, 
the product of $3,445, the 
G.W.F. for 1986 for the board 
and the portion of the A.D.E. 
calculated under clause 3 (a) of 
Ontario Regulation 12 7/85 
(Calculation of Average Daily 
Enrolment) in respect of pupils 
enrolled in a day school in the 
classroom instruction portion 
of a course in driver education, 
where in the case of a Roman 
Catholic separate school board 
from and including the 1st day 
of January, 1986 to and 
including the 31st day of 
August, 1986 the course is in 
the language of instruction set 
out opposite the name of the 
board in Column 3 of Table 1 
or from and including the 1st 
day of September, 1986 to and 
including the 31st day of 
December, 1986, the course is 
in the language of instruction 
set out opposite the name of 
the board in Column 5 of 
Table 1, and 

(20) Sub-subparagraph b of subparagraph i 
of paragraph 32 of the said section 1 is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 



$195 in the case of an elemen- 
tary school pupil or $139 in the 



case of a secondary school 
pupil, or an extended Roman 
Catholic separate school pupil, 
and 

(21) Sub-subparagraph b of subparagraph ii 
of paragraph 32 of the said section 1 is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

b. $2,534 in the case of an 
elementary school pupil or 
$3,445 in the case of an 
extended Roman Catholic 
separate school pupil or a sec- 
ondary school pupil, and 

(22) Paragraph 33 of the said section 1 is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

33. "resident-external pupil" of a board means a 
pupil whose fee is payable by the board, 
other than a pupil enrolled in a secondary 
school under subsection 136o (2) of the Act; 

(23) Sub-subparagraph b of subparagraph i 
of paragraph 35 of the said section 1 is 
revoked and the following substituted] 
therefor: 

b. the portion of the A.D.E. for 
1986 calculated under section 4 
of Ontario Regulation 127/85 
(Calculation of Average Daily 
Enrolment) that is in respect at 
resident-internal pupils of tl* 
board enrolled in summa 
schools established by tin 
board, other than summe 
schools for extended Romt 
Catholic separate school pupit 
or for trainable retarde! 
pupils, in a course for whic 
credit is granted or in a cour 
of study that the board 
authorized or required to pro- 
vide in its day school program 
in grades 1 to 8 and the course 
is approved by the Minister for 
grant purposes, 

(24) Sub-subparagraph b of subparagraph 
iv of paragraph 35 of the said section 1 
is revoked and the following substi- 
tuted therefor: 

b. the portion of the A.D.E. for 
1986 calculated under section 4 
of Ontario Regulation 127/85 
(Calculation of Average Daily 
Enrolment) that is in respect of 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



5305 



extended Roman Catholic 
separate school pupils of the 
board who are resident-inter- 
nal pupils of the board enrolled 
in summer schools established 
by the board; 

2. — (1) Sub-subparagraph 2 of subpara- 
graph A of paragraph iii of clause 8 (A) 
of the said Regulation is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor: 

2. the product of 0.23 and 
the portion of such 
A.D.E. that is in respect 
of elementary school 
pupils who are resident- 
external pupils of the 
board and who are enrol- 
led in grade 9 or 10 and 
are taking a program in 
which the majority of the 
courses are for credit 
toward the secondary 
school graduation diplo- 
ma or Ontario secondar>- 
school diploma, 

(2) Subparagraph G of paragraph iii of 
clause 8 (^) of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefon 

C. $2,534 in the case of an 
elementar>- school pupil or a 
pupil enrolled in a school or 
class for trainable retarded 
pupils, or $3,445 in the case of 
an extended Roman CathoUc 
separate school pupil or a sec- 
ondar>' school pupil. 

3. Clause 14 (b) of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

(ft) $195 in the case of an elementary' school pupil 
or $139 in the case of an extended Roman 
Catholic separate school pupil or a secondary' 
school pupil; and 



4. Clause 15 (b) of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

(b) $38,500 in the case of a program offered by a 
public or separate school board in respect of 
elementary- school pupils or $44,700 in the 
case of a program offered by a secondary 
school board or in the case of a program 
offered by a Roman Catholic separate school 
board in respect of extended Roman Catholic 
separate school pupils. 

5. Section 41, exclusive of the clauses, of 
the said Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted therefon 

41. Where on or after the 1st day of January, 1982, 
as a result of the reorganization of a French-English 
mixed language school operated by the board prior to 
the 1st day of September, 1985, a secondary school 
board other than an isolate board or a board appointed 
under section 70 of the Act estabhshes a French-lan- 
guage secondary school under section 261 of the Act or 
on or after the 1st day of January, 1986, as a result of 
the reorganization of a French-English mixed lan- 
guage school operated by the board prior to the 1st day 
of September, 1985, a Roman CathoUc separate school 
board set out in Column 1 of Table 1 establishes a 
French-language school for extended Roman CathoUc 
separate school pupils under section 261 of the Act, a 
grant, subject to the approval of the Minister, is pay- 
able to the board as foUows: 



6. Section 42 of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

42. Where a secondary school board set out in Col- 
umn 1 of Table 2 has en-bloc transfer as defined in 
paragraph 16 of section 1, the board shall be paid a 
grant equal to the amount set out opposite thereto in 
Column 2 of Table 2. O. Reg. 596/86, s. 6. 

7. Table 1 of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefon 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Table 1 



O. Reg. 596/86 



Col umn 1 



NAME OF BOARD 



Brant County Roman Catholic Separate 
School Board 

Bruce-Crey County Roman Catholic 
Separate School Board 

Carleton Roman Catholic Separate 
School Board 

Cochrane- Iroquois Falls District 

Roman Catholic Separate School Board 

Dufferln-Peel Roman Catholic Separate 
School Board 

Durham Region Roman Catholic Separate 
School Board 

Elgin County Roman Catholic Separate 
School Board 

Essex County Roman Catholic Separate 
School Board 

Frontenac-Lennox and Addlngton County 
Roman Catholic Separate School Board 

Haldlmand-Norfolk Roman Catholic 
Separate School Board 

Hal ton Roman Catholic Separate School 
Board 

Hami 1 ton-Wentworth Roman Catholic 
Separate School Board 

Hastings-Prince Edward County Roman 
Catholic Separate School Board 

Huron-Perth County Roman Catholic 
Separate School Board 

Kenora District Roman Catholic Separate 
School Board 



January 1, 1986 


Septembe 


r 1, 


1986 




to 


to 








August 


31. 1986 


December 


31, 1986 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Column 4 


Col 


umn 5 




LANGUAGE 




LANGUAGE 


GRADE 


OF 


GRADE 




OF 




LEVEL 


INSTRUCTION 
French Engl i sh 


LEVEL 


INSTRUCTION 
French English 


9, 10 & 11 


X 


9,10,11 & 12 






X 


9, 10 & 11 


X 


9,10,11 & 12 






X 


9, 10 & 11 


X 


9,10,11 & 12 






X 


9, 10 & n 


X 


9,10,11 & 12 


X 






9 


X 


9, 10 


X 






9 


X 


9 i 10 


X 






9, 10 & 11 


X 


9,10,11 & 12 






X 


9, 10 & 11 


X 


9,10,11 & 12 
9 4 10 


X 




X 


9, 10 & 11 


X 


9,10,11 & 12 






X 


9, 10 & 11 


X 


9,10,11 & 12 


X 






9, 10 & 11 


X 


9,10,11 & 12 






X 


9, 10 & 11 


X 


9,10,11 & 12 


X 






9, 10 & 11 


X 


9,10,11 & 12 






X 


9, 10 & 11 


X 










9, 10 & 11 


X 


9,10,11 & 12 






X 


9, 10 & 11 


X 


9,10,11 & 12 






i 


9, 10 & 11 


X 


9,10,11 & 12 






1 



9, 10 & 11 



9,10,11 & 12 



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jo. Reg. 596/86 



Coll 



NAME CF "^ARO 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



5307 



January 1, 1986 




Scptembc 


r 1, 1986 




to 




to 




August 


31. 1986 




December 


31. 1986 


Coluon 2 


Colunn 3 


Col «MO 4 


Colunn 5 




LANGUAGE 






LANGUAGE 


GRADE 


OF 




GRADE 


OF 


LEVEL 


INSTRUCTION 




LEVEL 


INSTRUCTION 




French Engl i 


sh 




French EngUsh 



Kent County Roiean Catholic Separate 
School Board 



9, 10 & 11 X 

9, 10 « 11 X 



9,10,11 * 12 X 
9,10,11 & 12 X 



Lakehead District Rcean Catholic 
Separate School Board 



9, 10 i 11 



9,10,11 & 12 



Lanbton County Roaian Catholic Separate 
School Board 



9, 10 4 11 



9,10,11 4 12 



Lanark, Leeds and Crenville County 
Roaan Catholic Separate School Board 



9, 10 4 11 



9,10,11 4 12 



Lincoln County Roman Catholic Separate 
School Board 



9, 10 4 11 



9,10,11 4 12 



London and Middlesex County Roman 
Catholic Separate School Board 



9, 10 4 11 



9,10,11 4 12 X 
9 X 



Metropolitan Separate School Board 



9 X 

9. 10 4 11 X 



9 4 10 X 
9,10,11 4 12 X 



Nipissing District Roman Catholic 
Separate School Board 



9, 10 4 11 



9,10,11 4 12 



Ottawa Roman Catholic Separate 
School Board 



9, 10 4 11 X 

9, 10 4 11 X 



9,10,11 4 12 X 
9,10,11 4 12 X 



Oxford County Roman Catholic 
Separate School Board 



9, 10 4 11 



9,10,11 4 12 



Peterborough-Vi ctor i a-Northunber 1 and 
and Neivcastle Roman Catholic 
Separate School Board 



9, 10 4 11 



9.10,11 4 12 



Renfrew County Roman Catholic 
Separate School Board 



9. 10 4 11 



9,10,11 4 12 



Sault Ste. Marie District Roman 
Catholic Separate School Board 

Simcoe County Roman Catholic Separate 
School Board 

Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry Roman 
Catholic Separate School Board 



9, 10 4 11 




X 


9,10,11 4 12 




X 


9, 10 4 11 




X 


9,10,11 4 12 




X 


9. 4 10 


X 




9 4 10 


X 




9, 10 4 11 




X 


9,10,11 4 12 




X 



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O. Reg. 597/86 





Januar> 


1, 1986 
to 




Septembe 
to 


r 1, 1986 




August 31, 1986 




December 


31. 1986 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 


3 


Column 4 


Column 5 






UNCUACE 




LANGUAGE 




GRADE 


OF 




GRADE 


OF 


NAME OF BOARD 


LEVEL 


INSTRUCTION 


LEVEL 


INSTRUCTION 






French E 


iglish 




French English 


Sudbury District Roman Catholic Separate 


9, 10 & 11 


X 




9,10,11 & 12 


X 


School Board 


9, 10 & 11 




X 


9,10,11 & 12 


X 


Timmins District Roman Catholic 


9, 10 & 11 




X 


9,10,11 & 12 


X 


Separate School Board 












Waterloo County Roman Catholic 


9, 10 & 11 




X 


9,10,11 & 12 


X 


Separate School Board 












Wei land County Roman Catholic 


9, 10 & 11 




X 


9,10,11 & 12 


X 


Separate School Board 












Wellington County Roman Catholic 


9, 10 & 11 




X 


9,10,11 & 12 


X 


Separate School Board 












Windsor Roman Catholic Separate 


9, 10 & 11 




X 


9,10,11 & 12 


X 


School Board 












York Region Roman Catholic Separate 


9, 10 & 11 




X 


9,10,11 & 12 


X 


School Board 








9 i 10 


X 










0. Reg. 596/86, s. 7. 










^ 


/ 

/ 



Dated at Toronto, this 2Sth day of September, 1986. 

(9528) 



Sean Conway 
Minister of Education 



42 



EDUCATION ACT 

O. Reg. 597/86. 

Apportionment 1986 Requisitions. 
Made— October 2nd, 1986. 
Filed — October 3rd, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 114/86 

MADE UNDER THE 

EDUCATION ACT 



1. Ontario Regulation 114/86 is amended 
by adding thereto the following sec- 
tions: 

la. — (1) For the purposes of this Regulation, The 
Sudbury District Roman Catholic Separate School 
Board is deemed to be a divisional board. 

(2) Subclause 1 (c) (i), clause 1 (ft), clause 2 (2) (c), 
section 3 and subsection 4 (1) do not apply in the case 
of The Sudbury District Roman Catholic Separate 
School Board. O. Reg. 597/86, s. 1, part. 



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I 



O. Reg. 597/86 



6. Subclauses 1 (a) (i) and 1 (b) (i), clauses 2 (2) (c) 
and 3 (2) (c) and subsection 4 (1) do not apply in the 
case of The Sudbun- Board of Education. O. Reg. 
597/86, s. 1, part. 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

1. Badger 



O. Reg. 598/86 



(9529) 



42 



GAME AND FISH ACT 

O. Reg. 598/86. 

Furs. 

Made — October 2nd, 1986. 

Filed— October 3rd, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 415 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

GAME AND FISH ACT 

1. Subsection 18 (1) of Regulation 415 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, 
as remade by section 1 of Ontario Reg- 
ulation 521/85, is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

( 1) The royalties for taking or shipping to a point 
outside Ontario any fur- bearing animal or its pelt or 
sending or having sent any fur-bearing animal or its 
pelt to a tanner or taxidermist to be tanned, plucked or 
treated in any way are as follows: 



5309 
$ .45 

2 . Beaver l . 90 

3. Bobcat 6.70 

4. Coyote 1 .35 

5. Fisher 9.75 

6. Fox (Arctic) 80 

7. Fox (Coloured) 1.55 

8. Fox (Grey) 75 

9. Lynx 27.30 

10. Marten 2. 10 

11. Mink 1.75 

12. Muskrat 20 

13. Opossum 05 

14. Otter 2.50 

15. Raccoon 1. 10 

16. Skunk 10 

17. Timber Wolf 2.50 



18. Weasel 



.10 



19. Wolverine 7.90 

O. Reg. 598/86, s. 1. 



(9530) 



42 



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O. Reg. 599/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 600/86 5371 



Publications Under The Regulations Act 

October 25th, 1986 



ONTARIO GUARANTEED ANNUAL 
INCOME ACT 

O. Reg. 599/86. 
Guaranteed Income Limit. 
Made — October 2nd, 1986. 
Filed— October 6th, 1986. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 

ONTARIO GUAR.\NTEED ANNUAL 

INCOME ACT 

GUARANTEED LSfCOME LIMIT 

1. Commencing with the month of October, 1986, 
the guaranteed income limit for purposes of, 

(a) subclause 1 (j) (i) of the Act is $8,728.08; 

(b) subclause 1 (j) (ii) of the Act is $7,263.84; 

(c) subclause 1 (j) (iii) of the Act is $7,263.84; 
and 

(d) subclause 1 (j) (iv) of the Act is $14,527.68. 
O. Reg. 599/86, s. 1. 

2. Ontario Regulation 409/86 is revoked. 

3. This Regulation comes into force on the 1st day 
of October, 1986. 

(9531) 43 

CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

O. Reg. 600/86. 

Crop Insurance Plan — Flue-Cured 

Tobacco. 
Made — September 8th, 1986. 
Approved — October 2nd, 1986. 
Filed — October 7th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 206 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

CROP INSURANCE ACT 

(ONTARIO) 



1. Section 3 of the Schedule to Regu- 
lation 206 of Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1980, as amended by sec- 
tion 1 of Ontario Regulation 630/82, 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
359/84, section 1 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 511/84 and section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 524/85, is further amended 
by adding thereto the following clause: 

(g) "price guarantee" means the average price 
received for the total crop marketed by The 
Ontario Flue-Cured Tobacco Growers' Mar- 
keting Board for the crop year less S per cent. 

2. Section 9 of the said Schedule, as 
remade by section 4 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 524/85, is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

9. The coverage provided in each crop year under 
section A or B of the endorsement shall be computed 
by the Commission and shall not exceed 80 j)er cent of 
the average farm vield multiplied by 50 per cent of the 
final market average price less 5 per cent. 

3. Section 10 of the said Schedule, as 
remade by section 5 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 524/85, is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

10. The maximum amount for which the Commis- 
sion is liable for a loss under a contract of insurance 
shall be the amount obtained by multiphing 80 per 
cent of the average farm vield by the final market 
average price less 5 per cent. 

4. — (1) Subparagraph 6 (5) of Form 1 of 
the said Regulation, as remade by sub- 
section 7 (2) of Ontario Regulation 
524/85, is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 

(5) Subject to subparagraph (6), where, upon com- 
pletion of harvesting, 

(a) one-half of the total gross income from the 
harvested acreage is less than the insurance 
coverage of the insured person, the amount 
of loss that shall be taken into account in the 
final adjustment of loss shall be calculated by 
subtracting one-half of the total gross income 



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5372 O. Reg. 600/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 601/86 



from one-half of the amount arrived at by 
multiplying the price guaranteed per pound 
by the actual production harvested; or 

(b) the actual production from the harvested 
acreage multiplied by 45 per cent of the con- 
tract price per pound is less than the insur- 
ance coverage of the insured person, the 
amount of loss that shall be taken into 
account in the final adjustment of loss shall 
be calculated by subtracting the amount 
obtained by multiplying the actual produc- 
tion from the harvested acreage by 45 per 
cent of the contract price per pound from the 
insurance coverage. 

(2) Subparagraph 6 (6) of the said Form 1 
is revoked and the following substi- 
tuted therefor: 

(6) The amount of loss calculated under sub-sub- 
paragraph (5) (b) shall be reduced by an amount equal 
to the rental value of any poundage allotment in 
respect of which a production claim is paid to the 
insured person. 

(3) Subparagraph 8 (6) of the said Form 1, 
as remade by subsection 7 (4) of 
Ontario Regulation 524/85, is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

(6) Where, upon completion of harvesting, 

(a) one-half of the total gross income from the 
harvested acreage is less than the insurance 
coverge of the insured person, the amount of 
loss that shall be taken into account in the 
final adjustment of loss shall be calculated by 
subtracting one-half of the total gross income 
from one-half of the amount arrived at by 
multiplying the price guaranteed per pound 
by the actual production harvested; or 

(b) the actual production from the harvested 
acreage multiplied by 30 per cent of the con- 
tract price per pound is less than the insur- 
ance coverage of the insured person, the 
amount of loss that shall be taken into 
account in the final adjustment of loss shall 
be calculated by subtracting the amount 
obtained by multiplying the actual produc- 
tion from the harvested acreage by 30 per 
cent of the contract price per pound from the 
insurance coverage. 

The Crop Insurance Commission of Ontario: 

Henry Ediger 
Vice-Chairman 

J. Mulder 
Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 8th day of September, 1986. 



(9532) 



PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 
DEVELOPMENT ACT 



O. Reg. 601/86. 

The Regional Municipality of York, 

Town of Markham. 
Made — September 26th, 1986. 
Filed— October 8th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 473/73 

MADE UNDER THE 

PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 

DEVELOPMENT ACT 

1. Ontario Regulation 473/73 is amended 
by adding thereto the following section: 

75. — (1) A single-family dwelling and buildings and 
structures accessory thereto may be erected and used 
on the land described in subsection (2) if the dwelling 
existing on the land on the day this section comes into 
force is demolished and if the new dwelling meets the 
following requirements: 

Minimum lot frontage 30 metres 



Minimum lot area 
Minimum front yard 
Minimum side yards 



0.4 hectares 
9 metres 
3 metres 



43 

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(2) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land in 
the Town of Markham, in The Regional Municipality 
of York, being part of Lot 10, Registered Plan No. 
2196 of the said Town of Markham, described as fol- 
lows: 

Commencing at a point in the south limit of Helen 
Avenue at the northwest angle of Lot 10; 

Thence southerly along the westerly limit of Lot 
10 a distance of 966.50 feet, more or less, to the 
southwest angle of Lot 10; 

Thence east along the south limit of Lot 10 a dis- 
tance of 113.50 feet to an iron bar; 

Thence north along a line having a bearing of 
north 9° 02' 30" west a distance of 966.76 feet to a 
point in the north limit of Lot 10 being the south 
limit of Helen Avenue; 

Thence westerly along the north limit of Lot 10 a 
distance of 113.47 feet to the place of beginning, 
which parcel contains 2.50 acres more or less. 
O. Reg. 601/86, s. 1. 



O. Reg. 601/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 605/86 5373 



L. J. FiNCHAM j 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

Central and Southwest 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 26th day of September, 1986. 

(9555) 43 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 602/86. 

Restricted .\reas — District of Sudbun.-, 

Township of Baldwin. 
Made — September 26th, 1986. 
Filed— October 8th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO REVOKE 

ONTARIO REGULATION 270/74 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

L— (1) Ontario Regulation 270/74 is 
revoked. 

(2) Section 2 of Ontario Regulation 334/76 
is revoked. 

Berx.\rd Graxd-nlutre 
Minister of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 26th day of September, 1986. 

(9556) 43 



PL.4NN1NG ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 603/86. 

Restricted .\reas — District of Thunder 

Bay, Geographic townships of 

Pearson and Scoble. 
Made— October 3rd, 1986. 
Filed— October 9th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 219/75 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

1. Section llfl of Ontario Regulation 
219/75, as made by section 4 of Ontario 
Regulation 402/86, is amended by 
striking out "Minimum lot coverage" 
in the sixth line and inserting in lieu 
thereof "Maximum lot coverage". 



P.WLixE Morris 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 3rd day of October, 1986. 

(9558) 43 

LOCAL RO-\DS BO.\RDS ACT 

O. Reg. 604/86. 

Establishment of Local Roads 

Areas — Northern and Eastern 

Regions. 
Made — October 2nd. 1986. 
Filed— October 9th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 598 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

LOCAL ROADS BOARDS ACT 

1. Schedule 67 to Regulation 598 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
is re\'oked and the following substi- 
tuted therefor: 

Schedule 67 

INGRAM LOCAL RO.\DS AREA 

All those portions of the Township of Ingram in the 
Territorial District of Timiskaming shown outlined on 
Ministry- of Transportation and Communications Plan 
N-801-4, filed with the Administrative Services Office 
of the Ministr>- of Transportation and Communica- 
tions at Toronto on the 23rd day of September, 
1986. O. Reg. 604/86, s. 1. 

Ed\v.\rd Fulton 

Minister of Transportation 

and Communications 

Dated at Toronto, this 2nd day of October. 1986. 



(9559) 



43 



RENTAL HOUSING PROTECTION 
ACT, 1986 



O. Reg. 605/86. 

General. 

Made — October 9th, 

Filed — October 9th, 



1986. 
1986. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 605/86 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 434/86 

MADE UNDER THE 

RENTAL HOUSING PROTECTION 

ACT, 1986 

1. Subsection 2(1) of Ontario Regulation 
434/86 is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 

(1) A rental residential property is exempt from the 
Act if the number of residential units in the property, 
including the number of rental units, is four or less. 
O. Reg. 605/86, s. 1. 

2. Section 3 of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

3. — (1) A rental residential property or part thereof 
that is subject to demolition under subsection 10 (4) of 
the Building Code Act, an order for clearance of 
buildings and structures under clause 31 (7) (b) of the 
Planning Act, 1983 or an order for removal under 
clause 18 (2) (a) of the Fire Marshals Act is exempt 
from clause 4 (1) (a) of the Act. 

(2) A rental residential property or part thereof that 
is the subject of an order under section 10 of the 
Building Code Act, an order for repairs under clause 
31 (7) (b) of the Planning Act, 1983 or an order for 
repairs under section 18 of the Fire Marshals Act is 
exempt from clause 4 (1) (c) of the Act. O. Reg. 
605/86, s. 2. 

3. Section 5 of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

5. A rental residential property is exempt from the 
Act in respect of an application under section 50 of the 
Condominium Act, 

(a) if at the date of the application not more than 
half of the units in the property have ever 
been occupied as rental units other than by 
persons who have, in good faith, entered into 
an agreement or option to purchase their 
units; or 

(b) if draft approval has been obtained under 
section 50 of the Planning Act, 1983. 
O. Reg. 605/86, s. 3. 

4. Section 6 of the said Regulation is 
amended by adding thereto the fol- 
lowing subsection: 

(2) A rental residential property is exempt. 



administered by the Ontario Housing Corpo- 
ration; or 

(b) from clause 4 (1) (c) of the Act if it is reno- 
vated or repaired under, 

(i) the Low Rise Rehabilitation Program 
administered by the Ministry of 
Housing, 

(ii) the Rental Residential Rehabilitation 
Assistance Program administered b> 
the Canada Mortgage and Housing 
Corporation, or 

(iii) the Non-Profit Housing Program 
administered by the Ontario Housing 
Corporation. O. Reg. 605/86, s. 4. 

5. The said Regulation is amended b\ 
adding thereto the following section: 

da . A conveyance that consists only of an easement 
or right of way is exempt from clause 4 (1) (d) of the 
Act. O. Reg. 605/86, s. 5. 

6. Clause 7 ie) of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

(e) the council of a municipality has approved 
the conversion of the rental residential prop- 
erty to a co-operative. 

7. Section 9 of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

9. An application for a demolition under clause 
4 (1) (a) of the Act shall contain the following informa- 
tion: 

1. Local municipality and municipal address. 

2. Location of property (abbreviated legal 
description). 

3. Name, address and telephone number of 
registered owner. 

4. Name, address and telephone number of 
agent and solicitor. 

5. Name and current address of tenants in the 
rental residential property. 

6. Nature of demolition sought (partial, com- 
plete). 



(a) from clause 4 (1) (a) of the Act if demolished 
under the Non-Profit Housing Program 

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7. Reasons for demolition. 

8. Application for building permit made and the 
date of application; date granted. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



5375 



9. Number of existing units on the property, 
specifsing the number of units occupied for 
residential purposes and speciMng the units 
that are the subject of the application. 

10. Range of rents in the property — list by unit 
type (bachelor, one bedroom, etcetera). 

11. If units vacant, dates of vacancy. 

12. Date that the construction of the building 
was completed. 

13. Gross floor area. 

14. Number of storeys. 

15. Height of building. 

16. A statement by the applicant certifying that 
all statements contained in the application 
are true. O. Reg. 605/86, s. 7. 

8. — (1) Paragraph 1 of section 10 of the 
said Regulation is amended by adding 
at the end thereof "of the property". 

(2) Paragraph 2 of the said section 10 is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

2. Location of property (abbreviated legal 
description). 

(3) Paragraph 6 of the said section 10 is 
amended by striking out "or" in the 
second line and inserting in lieu thereof 
"and". 

(4) The said section 10 is amended by 
adding thereto the following para- 
graph: 

7a. Name and current address of tenants in the 
rental residential property. 

(5) Paragraphs 8 and 9 of the said section 
10 are revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor: 

8. Proposed land use. 

9. Number of existing units on the property 
specifying the number of units used for resi- 
dential purposes that are occupied or vacant 
and the dates of vacancies, and specifying the 
units that are the subject of the application. 

(6) Paragraph 11 of the said section 10 is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 



11. Date that the construction of the building 
was completed. 

(7) Paragraph 23 of the said section 10 is 
amended by striking out "building" in 
the first line and inserting in lieu there- 
of "properts ". 

(8) Paragraph 25 of the said section 10 is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

25. Available services and proposed services. 

(9) Paragraph 31 of the said section 10 is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

31. A statement by the appUcant certifying that 
all statements contained in the application 
are true. 

9. — (1) Paragraph 2 of section 11 of the 
said Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 

2. Location of property (abbreviated legal 
description). 

(2) Paragraph 6 of the said section 11 is 
amended by striking out "or" in the 
second line and inserting in lieu thereof 
"and". 

(3) The said section 11 is amended by 
adding thereto the following para- 
graph: 

7a. Name and current address of tenants in the 
rental residential property. 

(4) Paragraphs 9 and 10 of the said section 
11 are revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor: 

9. Proposed land use. 

10. Number of existing units on the property 
speciMng the number of rental residential 
units occupied and those vacant and the 
dates of vacancies, and specifying the units 
that are the subject of the application. 

(5) Paragraph 12 of the said section 11 is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

12. Date that the construction of the building 
was completed. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 605/86 



(6) Paragraphs 25 and 26 of the said sec- 
tion 11 are revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 

25. Range of existing rents in the property — 
list by unit type (bachelor, one bedroom, 
etcetera). 

26. Available services and proposed services. 

(7) Paragraph 32 of the said section 11 is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

32. A statement by the applicant certifying that 
all statements contained in the application 
are true. 

10. Sections 12, 13 and 14 of the said Reg- 
ulation are revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 

12. An application for renovation or repair under 
clause 4 (1) (c) of the Act shall contain the following 
information: 

1. Local municipality and municipal address. 

2. Location of property (abbreviated legal 
description). 

3. Name, address and telephone number of 
registered owner. 

4. Name, address and telephone number of 
agent and solicitor. 

5. Name and current address of tenants in the 
rental residential property. 

6. Nature of renovation (interior or exterior alt- 
erations, additions, with details). 

7. Reasons for renovation or repair. 

8. Date of construction of building and type 
(combustible, non-combustible). 

9. Gross floor area. 

10. Number of storeys. 

n. Number of existing units on the property 
specifying the residential rental units 
occupied and those vacant and the dates of 
vacancies, and specifying the units that are 
the subject of the application. 

12. Number of kitchens and bathrooms. 

13. Range of existing rents on the property — 
list by unit type (bachelor, one bedroom, 
etcetera). 



14. Number of units proposed. 

15. Estimates of range of rents following reno- 
vation. 

16. A statement by the applicant certifying that 
all statements contained in the application 
are true. O. Reg. 605/86, s. 10, part. 

13. An application under subsection 5 (1) of the Act 
shall contain the following information: 

1. Local municipality and municipal address. 

2. Location of property (abbreviated legal 
description). 

3. Name, address and telephone number of 
owner of the share or interest. 

4. Name, address and telephone number of 
tenant occupying unit and relationship to 
owner. 

5. Name, address and telephone number of 
agent and solicitor. 

6. Name and current address of tenants in 
the rental residential property. 

7. Date of original purchase of interest and 
purchase price. 

8. Estimated selling price. 

9. A statement by the applicant certifying that 
all statements contained in the application 
are true. O. Reg. 605/86, s. 10, part. 

14. An application under clause 4 (1) (d) of the Act 
for consent to sever any part of a rental residential 
property shall contain the following information: 

1. Local municipality and municipal address. 

2. Location of property (abbreviated legal 
description). 

3. Any prior application made for consent to 
sever the property, including the previous file 
number. 

4. Name, address and telephone number of 
registered owner. 

5. Name, address and telephone number of 
agent, solicitor and planning consultant. 

6. Name, address and telephone number of 
Ontario Land Surveyor. 

7. Name and current address of tenants in the 
rental residential property. 



8. Description of land to be severed and land to 
be retained. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



5377 



9. T>pe of transaction (conveyance, mortgage, 
etcetera). 

10. Any land in the \-icinity previously severed 
by the applicant. 

1 1 . Name of grantees, mortgagees or lessees and 
relationship to owner. 

12. Any application made or application pro- 
posed for additional consents on the rental 
residential property. 

13. Any application for minor variance or per- 
mission to extend or enlarge under section 44 
of the Planning Act, 1983 in relation to any 
land that is the subject of application. 

14. Proposed land use. 

15. Number of existing units in the rental resi- 
dential property specifying the number of 
units used for residential purposes that are 
occupied or vacant and the dates of vacancies 
and specif>ing the units that are the subject 
of the application. 

16. Date that the construction of the building 
was completed. 

17. Gross floor area of individual units. 

18. Number of storeys. 

19. Density proposed on parcel to be severed and 
parcel to be retained (specify units per hec- 
tare). 

20. Intemail roadways. 

21. Parking provided. 

22. Landscaping and recreational amenities. 

2i. Land use designation for property in an 
approved regional or count>- official plan or 
amendment, and number of the amendment 
(if applicable). 

24. Land use designation for property in an 
approved local official plan or amendment, 
and number of the amendment (if any). 

25. Zoning of the propert> in an approved zoning 
by-law or zoning order. 

26. Site plan approval (if applicable) and build- 
ing permit. 

27. Number of rental units that tenants in pos- 
session of the units wish to purchase. 

28. Range of existing rents in the property — 
list by unit t>-pe (bachelor, one bedroom, 
etcetera). 



29. Estimates of selling prices for severed units 
and whether any government sponsored 
financing has been sought or obtained. 

30. Access from property to publicly owned and 
maintained road. 

31. If lakefront without road access, types of 
docking and parking facilities existing and 
proposed, distance from property, and dis- 
tance to nearest provincial highway. 

12. Available services and proposed services. 

iZ. Brief description of existing use, vegetation, 
topography and drainage. 

34. Effects of the proposal on the environment 
(for example, traffic, noise, odours, pollution 
of waters) and proposed measures to deal 
with them. 

35. Effects on the property from the surrounding 
area (for example, railways, highways, noise) 
and proposed measures to deal with them. 

36. Each copy of the application must be accom- 
panied by a sketch showing, 

(a) abutting land owned by the grantor, 
its boundaries and dimensions; 

(b) the distance between the grantor's 
land and the nearest township lot line 
or appropriate landmark (for e.xam- 
ple, a bridge, railway crossing); 

(c) the parcel of land that is the subject of 
the application, its boundaries and 
dimensions, the part of the parcel that 
is to be severed, the part that is to be 
retained and the location of all land 
previously severed; 

(d) the approximate location of all natural 
and artificial features on the subject 
land (for example, buildings, rail- 
ways, highways, watercourses, drain- 
age ditches, banks, slopes, swamps, 
wooded areas, wells and septic tanks) 
and the location of any of these fea- 
tures on adjacent lands which may 
affect the application; 

(e) the use of adjoining land (residential, 
agricultural, cottage, commercial, 
etcetera); 

(/) the location, width and names of all 
road allowances, rights of way, streets 
or highways within or abutting the 
prop)erty, indicating whether they are 
public travelled roads, private roads, 
rights of wa>- or unopened road allow- 
ances; and 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 605/86 



37. 



(g) the location and nature of any restric- 
tive covenant or easement affecting 
the subject land. 

A statement by the applicant certifying that 
all statements contained in the application 
are true. O. Reg. 605/86, s. 10, part. 



11. Clause 15 (1) (a) of the said Regulation 
is amended by striking out "or" at the 
end of subclause (v), by adding "or" at 
the end of subclause (vi) and by adding 
thereto the following subclause: 

(vii) "CU" for a conversion to another use; 

12. — (1) Clause 17 (1) (b) is amended by 
adding after "to" in the first line "the 
applicant and to ". 

(2) Subsection 17 (2) of the said Regula- 
tion is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor: 

(2) The notice under clause (1) (a) shall be in 
Form 4. 

(3) The notice under clause (1) (b) shall be in 
Form 2. O. Reg. 605/86, s. 12 (2). 

13. — (1) Section 18 of the said Regulation, 
exclusive of the paragraphs, is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 



18. Where the application is for a conversion to a 
condominium under clause 4 (1) (b) or a consent to 
sever under clause 4(12) (d) of the Act, the clerk of the 
municipality shall, within ten business days after the 
receipt of the application, give notice to each of the 
following by providing a copy of the application and a 
request for written comments: 



(2) Paragraph 3 of the said section 18 is 
amended by striking out "Part VIII" in 
the fifth line and inserting in lieu there- 
of "Part VII". 



14. Section 19 of the said Regulation is 
amended by striking out "five" in the 
second line and inserting in lieu thereof 
"ten business". 



15. Form 1 of the said Regulation is 
amended by striking out "sale" in the 
tenth line and inserting in lieu thereof 
"consent, etc.". 

16. Forms 2 and 3 of the said Regulation 
are revoked and the following substi- 
tuted therefor: 



Form 2 

Rental Housing Protection Act, 1986 

NOTICE OF MEETING TO CONSIDER AN APPLICATION 

Take Notice that the council of the 

(name of municipal corporation) 

will hold a public meeting to consider the application of 

(name of applicant) 

for the 

(demolition; conversion to a condominium, co-operative, apartment hotel, etc.; 
renovation; consent; etc.) 

of the following property: 

Municipality Concession No 

Lot(s) No Registered Plan No 

Part(s) No Reference Plan No 

Geographic or Former Township 

Name of Street Street No 



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O. Reg. 605/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 5379 

I iiit(>) Xo 



On the day of , 19 

at o'clock (a.m., p.m.) 

at 

(street address) 

in 

(floor, room number) 

.■\n'D T.\ke N'otice that the application and the report prepared under section 7 of the said Act (if any) will 
be available for inspection at the office of the clerk of the said municipality until normal closing time of the 
municipal offices on the day of the meeting. 

And Take Notice that anyone attending the meeting may make comments with respect to the application. 

A.ND Take Notice that if you do not attend the meeting, the council may proceed in your absence and you 
will not be entitled to any further notice in the proceedings. 

A.ND T.AKE Notice that any person who wishes to receive notice of council's decision should advise the clerk 
in writing. 

Dated the day of , 19 . 



Clerk 



Name of the Municipal Corporation 

O. Reg. 605/86, s. 16, part. 






Form 3 

Rental Housing Protection Act, 1986 

CERTIFICATE OF APPROVAL 

Under section 7 of the Rental Housing Protection Act, 1986, (For condominium add: "and section 50 of the 
Condominium Act" OR "and exempted under section 50 of the Condominium Act", as applicable) 

(For severance add: "and section 52 of the Planning Act, 1983") I certify that the consent of 

(municipal corporation) 
was given on day of , 19 .... , to a 

(enter demolition, renovation, etc.) 
of the following land (set out full description, unit numbers, etc.) 



(Add, as applicable, "Subsection 

(49 (3) or (5), as the case may be) 
of the Planning Act, 1983 applies to any subsequent conveyance of or transaction invohnng the parcel of land that 
is the subject of this consent) 

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5380 O. Reg. 605/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 606/86 



Clerk 



Name of the Municipal Corporation 
Dated at this day of , 19 . 

SEAL 

O. Reg. 605/86, s. 16, part. 

Form 4 

Rental Housing Protection Act, 1986 

NOTICE OF MEETING TO CONSIDER AN APPLICATION 

Take Notice that there will be a public meeting to consider an application for 



concerning the following property: 



on the 
at 



day of 



(Municipal Address) 
, 19 



Further information is available at 
during normal business hours. 
Dated the day of 



(street address, floor and room) 



, 19 



(9560) 



Clerk 



Name of the Municipal Corporation 

O. Reg. 605/86, s. 16, part. 
45, 



FAMILY LAW ACT, 1986 

O. Reg. 606/86. 
Election of Surviving Spouse. 
Made — October 9th, 1986. 
Filed— October 10th, 1986. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
FAMILY LAW ACT, 1986 

ELECTION OF SURVIVING SPOUSE 

L An election made under section 6 of the Act shall be in Form 1. O. Reg. 606/86, s. 1. 

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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



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O. Reg. 607/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 608/86 5383 

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE ACT ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE ACT 



O. Reg. 607/86. 
Fees — Unified Family Court. 
Made — October 9th, 1986. 
Filed— October 10th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 8 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 

ACT 

1. The Schedule to Regulation 8 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, 
as remade by section 1 of Ontario Reg- 
ulation 609/85, is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

Schedule 
FEES 

PAYABLE IN THE UNIFIED FAMILY COURT 

1. Filing an application $50 

2. FiUng of an answer 25 

3. Placing of an application on the list for 
hearing 85 

4. Issue of summons to a witness 9 



5. Issue of certificate, including up to 
three pages of copies of Court docu- 
ments 

For each additional page 

6. Copies of documents, per page 



.50 
.50 



7. Transmission of papers (postage or car- 
riage for not more than two kilograms 
included) 



NOTE: 

The fees set out in items 1, 2 and 3 are not payable 
where the onlj- claims made in the proceeding are 
under the Child and Family Services Act, 1984 or 
for support, custody of or access to a child and costs. 
O. Reg. 607/86, s. 1. 

2, This Regulation comes into force on 
the 1st day of November, 1986. 



(9562) 



O. Reg. 608/86. 

Fees — Supreme Court and District Court. 

Made — October 9th, 1986. 

Filed— October 10th, 1986. 



43 
2245 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE ACT 

FEES— SUPREME COURT AND 
DISTRICT COURT 

1. The following fees are payable in the Supreme 
Court and in the District Court: 

1. On the issue of, 

i. a statement of claim or notice of 
action $50 

ii. a petition for divorce 50 

iii. a notice of application 21 

iv. a third or subsequent party claim . . 25 

V. a statement of defence and coun- 
terclaim or answer and counter-peti- 
tion adding a party 25 

vi. a summons to witness 9 

vii. a certificate 9 

viii. a commission 16 

ix. writ of execution 17 

X. a notice of garnishment 30 

(This fee includes the filing of the 
notice with the sheriff.) 

2. On the signing of, 

i. an order directing a reference, except 
an order on requisition directing the 
assessment of a solicitor and client bill 
of costs 40 

ii. an order on requisition directing the 
assessment of a solicitor and client bill 
of costs 25 

iii. an order for attendance of a witness in 
custody 9 

3. On the filing of, 

i. a notice of intent to defend 25 

ii. a statement of defence where no 
notice of intent to defend has been 
filed by the same party 25 



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O. Reg. 609/86 



111. an answer $25 

iv. a notice of appearance 11 

V. a notice of motion served on another 
party or a notice of motion for leave to 
appeal, except a motion for a consent 
order 21 

vi. a notice of motion for judgment in a 
divorce action 85 

vii. a notice of appeal from an interlocu- 
tory order 21 

viii. a notice of appeal to an appellate 
court of a final order of the Provincial 
Court (Civil Division) 21 

ix. a notice of appeal to an appellate 
court of a final order of any court or 
tribunal other than the Provincial 
Court (Civil Division) 50 

X. a request to redeem or request for sale 9 

4. On the setting down of an action for trial, 
for the first time only 85 

5. For making up and forwarding papers, 
documents and exhibits (the actual cost of 
transportation to be paid in addition) ... 9 

6. For making copies of documents not 
requiring certification, per page 50 

7. For the inspection of an index of proceed- 
ings commenced 2.50 

8. For the inspection of a court file, except by 
a solicitor or party in the proceeding, per 

file 2.50 

9. To an official examiner, for each person 
examined, 

i. for the appointment, oath and certifi- 
cate 7 

ii. for the provision of facilities per hour 
or part thereof 12 

iii. reporter's attendance, per hour or part 
thereof 11 

iv. for the transcript of an examination, 
per page, 

A. first party ordering 3 

B. any additional copies if not 
ordered before transcript is 
supplied to first party ordering 3 



C. additional copies regardless of 
party ordering, if ordered con- 
currently with A or B $ .50 

V. for handling costs, per invoice 4 

vi. for attendance out of office, an al- 
lowance for travel in accordance 
with Ontario Regulation 283/82 
("Kilometre Allowances"). 

NOTES: 

1. Solicitors charged at rates in excess of the above 
or receiving a transcript that does not substantially 
conform with rule 4.09 of Rules of Civil Procedure 
should notify the Inspector of Legal Offices in writing. 

2. — (1) Unless at least three days prior notice of 
cancellation is given to the official examiner, where an 
appointment is cancelled or not kept, the fee to the 
official examiner shall be $8 plus $23 for each hour 
reserved for the appointment. 

(2) Saturdays and holidays shall not be counted in 
the computation of the three days referred to in sub- 
note (1). 

(3) Where a party requires a transcript, 

(a) within five working days of placing the order 
for the transcript, the party shall be charged 
an additional charge of 50 cents per page; 
and 

(b) within two working days of placing the order 
for the transcript, the party shall be charged 
an additional charge of $1.25 per page, 

but where more than one party requires such service, 
only the first party to order shall be charged the addi- 
tional charge. O. Reg. 608/86, s. 1. 

2. Ontario Regulations 812/84 and 602/85 are 
revoked. 

3. This Regulation comes into force on the 1st day 
of November, 1986. 



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43 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 
ACT 

O. Reg. 609/86. 

Fees — Sheriffs. 

Made— October 9th, 1986. 

Filed — October 10th, 1986. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 

-ACT 



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O. Reg. 609/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 610/86 5385 



FEES— SHERIFFS 
1. The following fees are pa>able to sheriffs: 

1 . On receipt by a sheriff of any document for 
ser\-ice on any one person, exclusive of 
travelling allowance $13 

2. For postage and handling of a copy of a 
document where service is effected in the 
manner prescribed by subrule 16.03(5) of 
the Rules of Civil Procedure 5 

3. On the filing of any writ of execution or 
order, or renewal thereof, which a sheriff 

is liable or required to enforce 15 

4. For each delivery- of a copy of a writ of 
execution or a renewal thereof to the land 
registrar of a land titles diNision 4 

5 . For each attempt to enforce a writ of deliv- 
ery, writ of sequestration, order for interim 
recovery of personal property or order for 
interim preservation of personal property, 
exclusive of travelling allowances and 
reasonable and necessary actual disburse- 
ments 76 

6. For each attempt to enforce a writ of 
execution or order, exclusive of travelling 
allowance and reasonable and necessary 
actual disbursements, 

i. where no sale is required or held by 
the sheriff 31 

ii. where a sale is held bv the sheriff . . 44 



7. For kilometres necessarily travelled in the 
county in which the service of a document 
is effected, or a writ or order is enforced or 
any other service performed, or an attempt 
to serve, enforce or perform is made, as set 
out in Ontario Regulation 283/82 
("Kilometre Allowances") 

8. On a search for writs, per name searched 3 

9. Where a search for writs pursuant to any 
single requisition results in one or more 
abstracts, $3 per writ listed on the abstract 
or abstracts, to a maximum of S36 

10. For preparation of a schedule of distribu- 
tion under the Creditor's Relief Act, or a 
calculation for satisfaction of writs and 
garnishments, per writ or notice of gar- 
nishment 5 

11. A sheriff who is directed by the court to 
perform any service or do any act for 
which no fee is provided is entitled to be 
paid a travelling allowance and reasonable 
and actual disbursements, and may be 
allowed such fee as the court thinks fit, 
and it shall be pa>able as the court directs. 
O. Reg. 609/86, s. 1. 

2. Ontario Regulations 811/84 and 608/85 
are revoked. 



3. This Regulation comes into force on the 
1st day of November, 1986. 



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43 



HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

O. Reg. 610/86. 

General. 

Made — October 9th, 1986. 

Filed— October 10th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 
REGULATION 452 OF REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 
HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

1. — (1) Schedule 15 to Regulation 452 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as 
remade by section 3 of Ontario Regulation 215/86 and amended by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 342/86, is further amended by revoking: 



47. Non Elective Surgical Procedures, Obstetrics or Clinical Procedures 
Associated with Diagnostic Radiological Examination or Detention While in 
Attendance With Patient(s) in Ambulance: — when such procedures includ- 
ing fractures or dislocations or major invasive procedures contained in the 
list of Diagnostic and Therapeutic Procedures or elective procedures which 

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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 610/86 



because of intervening emergency procedure(s) commence after 5:00 p.m. 
and before midnight or on Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays, increase the 
procedural fee(s) by 30% (E409). When the foregoing procedures commence 
after midnight and before 7:00 a.m. any night during the week, increase the 
procedural fee(s) by 50% (E410). 

These premiums are not chargeable in addition to the obstetrical fee(s) if 
labour is induced by medical and/or surgical means by the same physician 
unless the reason for the induction is fetal distress, diabetes, premature rup- 
ture of membrane, severe pre-eclampsia — hypertension or abruption: How- 
ever a forewater A.R.M. or oxytocin augmentation of labour carried out on 
a patient in desultory labour does not constitute induction. Major Invasive 
Procedures are considered to be the following: 

G211 G266 G275 G288 G294 G323 G330 G349 G412 R843 R853 

G246 G267 G277 G290 G295 G324 G331 G380 G418 R849 R854 

G254 G268 G280 G291 G302 G327 G332 G398 R833 R850 Z804 

G264 G269 G285 G292 G303 G328 G347 G399 R840 R851 Z805 

G265 G270 G287 G293 G304 G329 G348 G411 R841 R852 

These premiums are not chargeable (during or after a "shift") by emer- 
gency or other physicians who have elected or are required to be physically 
and continuously present in the Emergency Department or environs for an 
arranged designated period of time. 

E409 or E410 may not be claimed for procedures which mainly involve the 
interpretation of test results and are not applicable to assessments or con- 
sultations. Neither are they applicable to procedures listed in the Diagnostic 
Radiology, Nuclear Medicine or Diagnostic Ultrasound sections of the 
Schedule. 

on page 593 under the heading "PREAMBLE" and subheading "Terms and 
Definitions" and substituting therefor: 

47. Non Elective Surgical Procedures, Obstetrics or Clinical Procedures Associated with Diagnostic Radiological 
Examination or Detention While in Attendance With Patient(s) in Ambulance: — when such procedures including 
fractures or dislocations or major invasive procedures contained in the list of Diagnostic and Therapeutic Proce- 
dures or elective procedures which because of intervening emergency procedure(s) commence after 5:00 p.m. 
and before midnight or on Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays, increase the procedural fee(s) by 30'? (E409). When 
the foregoing procedures commence after midnight and before 7:00 a.m. any night during the week, increase the 
procedural fee(s) by 50'? (E410). 

These premiums are not chargeable in addition to the obstetrical fee(s) if labour is induced by medical and/or 
surgical means by the same physician unless the reason for the induction is fetal distress, diabetes, premature 
rupture of membrane, severe pre-eclampsia — hypertension or abruption: However a forewater A.R.M. or oxyto- 
cin augmentation of labour carried out on a patient in desultory labour does not constitute induction. Major 
Invasive Procedures are considered to be the following: 

G211 G266 G275 

G246 G267 G277 

R854 G254 G268 

Z804 G264 G269 

Z805 G265 G270 

These premiums are not chargeable (during or after a "shift") by emergency or other physicians who have 
elected or are required to be physically and continuously present in the Emergency Department or environs for an 
arranged designated period of time. 

E409 or E410 may not be claimed for procedures which mainly involve the interpretation of test results and are 
not applicable to assessments or consultations. Neither aro thi-y applicable to procedures listed in the Diagnostic- 
Radiology, N'jclear Medicine or Diagnostic Ultrasound sections of the Schedule. 

(2) The said Schedule is further amended b\ ic\okiiig: 



G288 


G294 


G323 


G330 


G349 


G412 


R843 


R853 


G290 


G295 


G324 


G331 


G360 


G380 


G418 


R849 


G280 


G291 


G302 


G327 


G332 


G 398 


R833 


R850 


G285 


G292 


G303 


G328 


G347 


G399 


R840 


R851 


G287 


G293 


G 304 


G329 


G348 


G411 


R841 


R852 



Attendance at maternal delivery for care of a high risk baby 
— H007 — (if only service rendered at time of delivery) 



52.00 



on page 599 under the heading "CONSULTATIONS AND VISITS" and sub- 
heading "FAMILY PRACTICE AND PRACTICE IN GENERAL" and sub- 
stituting therefor: 

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O. Reg. 610/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 5387 



Attendance at maternal delivery for care of high risk baby(s) — H007 — 
(If only service rendered at time of delivery) 



(3) The said Schedule is further amended by re\ oking: 

T and P Columns should be interpreted in the spirit of the first two para- 
graphs on page 32, but without limiting the performance of these tests to suitably 
trained physicians of any one specialt> . Furthermore, the physician must be 
physically available to approve, modify or interNcne in the examination as 
required or the examination must be completely recorded by video/computer 
methods and reviewed in its entiret\' by the physician. No fee (either professional 
or technical) may be chained if the physician's only involvement is the interpreta- 
tion of hard copy (films). 

Notes: A-Mode — implies a one-dimensional ultrasonic measurement pro- 
cedure. 
M-Mode — implies a one-dimensional ultrasonic measurement pro- 
cedure with movement of the trace to record amplitude and 
velocit>- of moving echo-producing structures. 
Scan B-Mode — implies a two-dimensional ultrasonic scanning pro- 
cedure with a two-dimensional display. All ultrasound 
examinations include a permanent record and interpretative 
report. 
The total benefit is arrived at by adding T plus P. When coding the total 
benefit use suffix A; when coding the technical portion only use suffix B; 
when coding the professional portion only use suffix C. 

on page 630 under the heading "DIAGNOSTIC ULTRASOUND" and sub- 
stituting therefor: 

T and P Columns should be Interpreted in the spirit of the first two paragraphs on page 43. but 
without limiting the performance of these tests to suitably trair>ed physicians of any one specialty. 
Furthermore, the physician must be physically available to approve, modify or intervene in the exami- 
nation as required or the examination must be completely recorded by video/ computer methods and 
reviewed in its entirety by the physician. No fee (either professional or technical) may t>e charged if the 
physician's only involvement is the Interpretation of hard copy (films). 
Notes: A-Mode — implies a one-dimensional ultrasonic measurement procedure. 

M-Mode — implies a one-dimensional ultrasonic measurement procedure with movement of 
the trace to record amplitude and velocity of moving echo-producing structures. 
Scan B-Mode — implies a two-dimensional ultrasonic scanning procedure with a two-dimen- 
sional display. All ultrasound examinations include a permanent record and inter- 
pretative report. 
The total benefit is arrived at by adding T plus P. When coding the total benefit use suffix A; 
when coding the technical portion only use suffix B; when coding the professional portion 
only use suffix C. 

(4) The said Schedule is further amended by revoking: 
E502 Following a caesarian section VBAC add to P020 15.75 



Suture of incompetent cer\"ix in pregnancy (I.O.P.) 

Z779 Chorionic viUus sampling (I.O.P.) 75.60 

P031 Cer\ical cerclage — any technique 3 118.15 4 

on page 647 under the heading "OBSTETRICS" and subheading "OBSTET- 
RICAL CARE" and substituting therefor: 

E502 Following caesarian section VBAC add 15.75 



Z779 Chorionic villus sampling (I.O.P.) 75.60 

P031 Suture of incompetent cervix in pregnancy 

(I.O.P.) cervical cerclage — any technique 3 1 18.15 

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5388 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 610/86 

(5) The said Schedule is further amended by revoking: 

Removal of plaster (not associated with fractures or 
Z204 dislocation within 8 weeks of initial treatment) 8.40 

on page 658 under the heading "SURGICAL PROCEDURES" and subheading 
"OPERATIONS ON THE MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM" and sub- 
stituting therefor: 

Removal of plaster (not associated with fractures or dislocation within 
Z204 6 weeks of initial treatment) 8.40 

(6) The said Schedule is further amended by revoking: 

R241 Revision total arthroplasty hip 

(includes acetabular reconstruction) 8 827.90 8 

E570 Revision, add 35% 2 

on page 671 under the heading "SURGICAL PROCEDURES" and subheading 
"OPERATIONS ON THE MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM" and sub- 
stituting therefor: 

R241 Revision total arthroplasty hip (includes acetabular reconstruction) 8 827.90 10 

(7) The said Schedule is further amended by revoking: 

R543 Tenotomy of hamstrings — single 3 164.00 4 

R562 — multiple 3 143.00 4 

on page 674 under the heading "SURGICAL PROCEDURES" and subheading 
"OPERATIONS ON THE MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM" and sub- 
stituting therefor: j 

R543 Tenotomy of hamstrings — single 3 143.00 4 1 

R562 —multiple 3 164.00 4 | 

(8) The said Schedule is further amended by revoking: j 
R266 Tumour (foot) (see Preamble para B.32) 3 204.80 4 

on page 678 under the heading "SURGICAL PROCEDURES" and subheading 
"OPERATIONS ON THE MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM" and sub- 
stituting therefor: 

R266 Tumour (foot) 3 204.80 4 

2. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come into force on the 1st day of April, 
1986. 

3. A reference in this Regulation to any page number is a reference to that page 
(foot pagination) in The Ontario Gazette dated the 3rd day of May, 1986. 

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O. Reg. 611/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

CONSERVATION AUTHORITIES ACT TABLE 1 



5389 



O. Reg. 611/86. 

Fill, Construction and Alteration 

Waterways — Mattagami Region. 
Made— .August 14th, 1986. 
Approved — October 9th, 1986. 
Filed — October 10th. 1986. 



to 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
CONSERVATION AUTHORITIES ACT 

FILL. CONSTRUCTION AND ALTERATION 
TO WATERWAYS— M.\TTAGAAn REGION 

1. In this Regulation, 

'Authority" means the Mattagami Region Conserva- 
tion .Authority; 

'building" means a building or structure of any kind; 

"fill" means any material used or capable of being used 
to raise, lower or in any way affect the contours of 
the ground; 

'fill line" means any line designated as such on the 
maps referred to in the Schedules; 

"regional storm" means, 

(a ) for the main channel of the Mattagami River, 
the rainfall, snowmelt or the combination of 
rainfall and snowmelt. that would produce at 
Sandy Falls a peak flow of 807 cubic metres 
per second, 

(b) for rivers, streams and watercourses other 
than the main channel of the Mattagami 
River, a storm producing in a twelve hour 
period, on a drainage area of, 

(i) twenty-five square kilometres or less, 
a rainfall that has the distribution set 
out in Table 1, or 

(ii) more than twenty-five square kilo- 
metres, a rainfall such that the 
number of millimetres of rain referred 
to in each case in Table 1 shall be 
modified by the percentage amount 
shown in Column 2 of Table 2 oppo- 
site the size of the drainage area set 
out opposite thereto in Column 1 of 
Table 2; 



"river", "lake", "creek", "stream" or "watercourse" 
means any river, lake, creek, stream or water- 
course under the jurisdiction of the Authority. 

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Distribution of Regional Storm Rainfall — 


Watershed 


Area 


square kilometres or less 


15 


mm 


of 


rain 


in 


the first hour 


20 


mm 


of 


rain 


in 


the second hour 


10 


mm 


of 


rain 


in 


the third hour 


3 


mm 


of 


rain 


in 


the fourth hour 


5 


mm 


of 


rain 


in 


the fifth hour 


20 


mm 


of 


rain 


in 


the sixth hour 


43 


mm 


of 


rain 


in 


the seventh hour 


20 


mm 


of 


rain 


in 


the eighth hour 


23 


mm 


of 


rain 


in 


the ninth hour 


13 


mm 


of 


rain 


in 


the tenth hour 


13 


mm 


of 


rain 


in 


the eleventh hour 


8 


mm 


of 


rain 


in 


the twelfth hour 



TABLE 2 



Drainage .\rea 
(square kilometres) 


Percentage 


26 to 50 both inclusive 


97 


51 to 75 both inclusive 


94 


76 to 100 both inclusive 


90 


101 to 150 both inclusive 


87 


151 to 200 both inclusive 


84 


201 to 250 both inclusive 


82 


251 to 375 both inclusive 


79 


376 to 500 both inclusive 


76 


501 to 750 both inclusive 


74 


751 to 1000 both inclusive 


70 


1001 to 1250 both inclusive 


68 


1251 to 1500 both inclusive 


66 


1501 to 1800 both inclusive 


65 


1801 to 2100 both inclusive 


64 


2101 to 2300 both inclusive 


63 


2301 to 2600 both inclusive 


62 


2601 to 3900 both inclusive 


58 


3901 to 5200 both inclusive 


56 


5201 to 6500 both inclusive 


53 


6501 to 8000 both inclusive 


50 



O. Reg. 611/86, s. 1. 

2. The areas described in the Schedules are areas 
which, in the opinion of the Authority, are susceptible 
to flooding during a regional storm and may be 
affected by the placing or dumping of fill. O. Reg. 

611/86. s. 2. 

3. No person shall, 

(a) construct any building or permit any building 
to be constructed in or on a pond or swamp 
or in any area susceptible to flooding during a 
regional storm; 

(6) place or dump fill or permit fill to be placed 
or dumped in any area described in the 
Schedules whether the fill is alreadv located 



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O. Reg. 611/86 



in or upon the area, or brought to or on the 
area from some other place; or 

(c) straighten, change, divert or interfere in any 
way with the existing channel or a river, 
creek, stream or watercourse, 

except in accordance with a permission issued under 
section 4. O. Reg. 611/86, s. 3. 

4. Subject to the Ontario Water Resources Act or to 
any private interest, the Authority may permit in 
writing the construction of any building or the placing 
or dumping of fill or the straightening, changing, 
diverting or interfering with the existing channel of a 
river, creek, stream or watercourse to which section 3 
applies if, in the opinion of the Authority, the site of 
the building or the placing or dumping and the method 
of construction or placing or dumping or the 
straightening, changing, diverting or interfering with 
the existing channel will not affect the control of 
flooding or pollution or the conservation of the 
land. O. Reg. 611/86, s. 4. 

5. — (1) A signed application for permission to con- 
struct a building must be filed with the Authority and 
include, 

(a) four copies of a plan of the property showing 
the proposed location of the building, its ele- 
vation and the proposed final grade plan; 

(6) four copies of a complete description of the 
type of building to be constructed, including 
drainage details; 

(c) four copies of a statement of the dates 
between which the placing or dumping will 
be carried out; and 

(d) four copies of a statement of the proposed use 
of the building following completion of the 
construction. 

(2) A signed application for permission to place or 
dump fill must be filed with the Authority and include, 

(a) four copies of a plan of the property on which 
the fill is to be placed, showing the proposed 
location of filling, the depth to which it is 
proposed to fill and the proposed final grade 
of the land when filling is completed; 

(b) four copies of a complete description of the 
type of fill proposed to be placed or dumped; 

(c) four copies of a statement of the dates 
between which the placing or dumping will 
be carried out; and 

(d) four copies of a statement of the proposed use 
of the land following completing of placing or 
dumping. 



(3) A signed application for permission to 
straighten, change, divert or interfere in any way with 
the existing channel of a river, creek, stream or water- 
course must be filed with the Authority and include, 

(a) four copies of a plan on which shall be shown 
in plan view and cross section the details of 
such straightening, change, diversion or 
interference; 

(b) four copies of a description of the protective 
measures to be undertaken; 

(c) four copies of a statement of the dates 
between which the straightening, changing, 
diverting or interfering will be carried out; 
and 

(d) four copies of a statement of the purpose of 
the proposed work. O. Reg. 611/86, s. 5. 

6. Members of the staff of the Authority are 
appointed officers to enforce this Regulation. 
O. Reg. 611/86, s. 6. 

7. Regulation 169 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 is revoked. 



Schedule 1 
MATTAGAMI RIVER 

1. That part of the Mattagami River watershed 
within the City of Timmins, in the Township of 
Mountjoy, commencing at Sandy Falls dam extending 
upstream to the Mountjoy Township — Ogden 
Township boundary and thence southerly into the 
Township of Ogden for a distance of 1.02 kilometres. 

KRAFT CREEK ' 

2. That part of the Kraft Creek watershed in the 
City of Timmins, in the Township of Mountjoy, from 
its confluence with the Mattagami River, upstream to 
a point 0.51 kilometres, north of Laforest Road. 

TOWN CREEK 

3. That part of the Town Creek watershed in the 
City of Timmins, in the Township of Mountjoy and 
the Township of Tisdale, from its confluence with the 
Mattagami River, upstream for a distance of 3.58 
kilometres. 

MOUNTJOY RIVER 

4. That part of the watershed of the Mountjoy 
River, in the City of Timmins, in the Township of 
Mountjoy, from its confluence with the Mattagami i 
River extending upstream for a distance of 4.83 kilo 
metres and including the shoreline of Miller Lake. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 612/86 5391 



GILLlEs LAKE 

5. The shoreline of Gillies Lake, in the City of 
Timmins, in the Township of Tisdale. 

PEARL L.\KE 

6. The shoreline of Pearl Lake, in the City of Tim- 
mins, in the Township of Tisdale. 

PORCUPINE RIVER 

(upstream Porcupine Lake) 

7. That part of the Porcupine River watershed in 
the City of Timmins, in the Township of Tisdale, from 
its headwaters at Pearl Lake extending downstream to 
Porcupine Lake. 

SOUTH PORCUPINE RTVER 

8. That part of the South Porcupine River 
watershed in the City of Timmins, in the Township of 
Tisdale, from its confluence with the Porcupine River, 
upstream for a distance of 0.65 kilometres. 

PORCUPINE LAKE 

9. The shoreline of Porcupine Lake, and all 
tributaries to Porcupine Lake, in the City of Timmins, 
in the Townships of Tisdale and Whitney. 



BOB'S LAKE 

10. The shoreHne of Bob's Lake, in the City 
Timmins, in the Township of Whitney. 



of 



BOB'S CREEK 

1 1 . That part of the watershed of Bob's Creek in the 
City of Timmins, in the Township of Whitney, from 
its headwaters at Bob's Lake, extending downstream 
to Porcupine Lake. 

PORCUPINE RTV'ER 
(downstream Porcupine Lake) 

12. That part of the Porcupine River watershed in 
the City of Timmins, in the Township of Whitney, 
from Porcupine Lake and thence downstream for a 
distance of 4.19 kilometres. 



THREE N.\TIONS LAKE 

13. The shoreline of Three Nations Lake, in the 
City of Timmins, in the Township of Whitney, and 
that part of the watershed of an unnamed creek 
extending downstream from Three Nations Lake for a 
distance of 2.45 kilometres. 

PORCUPINE RTVER 
(at Hoyle) 



14. That part of the Porcupine River watershed in 
the City of Timmins, in the Township of Matheson, 

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commencing at a point 2.16 kilometres north of High- 
way No. 610 and thence southerly to a point 1.26 
kilometres south of Highway No. 101. 

KAMISKOTL\ LAKE 

15. The shoreline of Kamiskotia Lake, and its 
tributaries, in the Citv of Timmins, in the Township of 
Robb. 

As shown delineated by the fill line on maps filed in 
the Regional Office of the Ministr>- of Natural 
Resources at Timmins, as Nos. MR-1 to MR-38, both 
inclusive. O. Reg. 611/86, Sched. 1. 

The Mattagami Region 
Conservation .-Vuthority: 

E. R. White 
Chairman 

Brian J. Tees 
General Manager 

Dated at Timmins, this 14th day of August, 1986. 

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PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 612/86. 

Restricted .\reas — County of Ontario (now 
The Regional Municipality of Durham), 
Township of Pickering (now the Town 
of Pickering). 

Made — October 8th, 1986. 

Filed— October 10th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 102/72 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

1, Ontario Regulation 102/72 is amended 
by adding thereto the following section: 

63. — (1) A garage may be erected on the land 
described in subsection (2) as an accessor>- building to 
the single-family dwelling existing on the land if the 
following requirements are met: 



Minimum distance of 
garage from lot line 
abutting the Eighth 
Concession Road 93 metres 

Minimum distance of 
garage from lot line 
abutting unopened road 
allowance between lots 
14 and 15 3.05 metres 



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O. Reg. 612/86 



Maximum height of gar- 
age 



6.4 metrc- 



(2) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land in 
the Town of Pickering in The Regional Municipality of 
Durham, formerly the Township of Pickering in the 
County of Ontario, being that part of Lot IS in Con- 
cession VII more particularly described as follows; 

Commencing at the northeast angle of said Lot 15; 

Thence south 72° 15' west along the southerly 
limit of the road allowance between concessions 
VII and VIII in the said Township a distance of 
815.62 feet to a point; 

Thence south 72° 53' west continuing along the 
southerly limit of the said road allowance a dis- 
tance of 88.72 feet to a point; 

Thence south 18° 17' east in a straight line parallel 
to the westerly limit of the road allowance 
between lots 14 and 15 in Concession VII of the 
said Township a distance of 627. 14 feet to a point; 



Thence north 72° 15' east in a straight line parallel 
to that part of the said southerly limit of the said 
road allowance between said concessions VII and 
VIII a distance of 904.34 feet, more or less, to a 
point in the westerly limit of the said road allow- 
ance between said lots 14 and 15, which point is 
distant 626.16 feet measured southerly along the 
last-mentioned limit from the northeast angle of 
said Lot 15; 

Thence north 18° 17' west along the last-men- 
tioned hmit 626.16 feet to the point of com- 
mencement, the said lands containing by admea- 
surement 13 acres more or less. O. Reg. 612/86, 
s. 1. 

L. J. FiNCHAM 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

Central and Southwest 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 8th day of October, 1986. 

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O. Reg. 613/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



5437 



Publications Under The Regulations Act 



November 1st, 1986 



FARM PRODUCTS MARKETING ACT 

O. Reg. 613/86. 
Tender Fniit — Marketing. 
Made — October 9th, 1986. 
FUed— October 14th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 381 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

FARM PRODUCTS MARKETING 

ACT 

1. Section 13 of Regulation 381 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
is revoked and the following substi- 
tuted therefor: 

13. — (1) There shall be three ad\'isor>- committees 
to be known as the "Processing Ad\Tsory- Committee" 
and the "Fresh Market Advisory- Committee", each 
composed of a chairman and six members, and the 
"Central Sales Policy Advisory Committee" composed 
of a chairman and nine members. 

(2) After the 1st day of April and before the 30th day 
of April in each year, appointments shall be made to 
the Processing Advisor>- Committee and the Fresh 
Market Advisory Committee as follows: 

1. The Board shall appoint the chairman of 
each committee. 

2. The local board shall appoint three members 
to each committee. 

3. The Ontario Food Processors' Association 
shall appoint three members to the Proces- 
sing AdN-isorv- Committee. 

4. The Canadian Fruit Wholesalers' Associa- 
tion shall appoint three members to the Fresh 
Market Ad\-isory Committee. 

(3) After the 1st day of April and before the 30th day 
of April in each year, appointments shall be made to 
the Central Sales Policy Ad\'isor>- Committee as fol- 
lows: 



1. The local board shall appoint the chairman 
and four members. 

2. The Niagara Fruit Shippers Association Inc. 
shall appoint five members. 

(4) The members of the advisor>- committees remain 
members thereof until the 30th day of April in the year 
following the year in which they are appointed. 

(5) Where for any reason a member of an advisory 
committee is unable or unwiUing to act as a member, 
the body that appointed the member shall appoint a 
person to replace the member for the unexpired term. 



(6) Where there is a failure to make an appointment 
to an advisor>- committee in accordance with sub- 
section (2), (3) or (5), the Board may appoint such 
members as are necessan,' to complete the committee. 

(7) The Processing Advisor\- Committee is empow- 
ered, respecting tender fruit that is sold for processing, 
to advise and make recommendations to the local 
board or to the Ontario Food Processors' Association 
in respect of, 

(a) the promotion of harmonious relationships 
between persons engaged in the production 
and marketing of tender fruit; 

(ft) the promotion of greater efficiency in the 
production and marketing of tender fruit; 

(c) the prevention and correction of irregularities 
and inequities in the marketing of tender 
fruit; 

(d) the improvement of the quality and variety of 
tender finit; 

(e) the improvement of the circulation of market 
information respecting tender fruit; and 

(/) any matter in respect of which the Board or 
the local board is empowered to make regu- 
lations under the Act. 



(8) The Fresh Market .Advisor>- Committee is 
empowered, respecting tender fruit that is sold for a 
purpose other than processing, to advise and make 
recommendations to the local board or to the Canadian 
Fruit Wholesalers' Association in respect of. 



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5438 O. Reg. 613/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 614/86 



(a) the promotion of harmonious relationships 
between persons engaged in the marketing of 
tender fruit; 

(b) the promotion of greater efficiency in the 
production and marketing of tender fruit; 

(c ) the prevention and correction of irregularities 
and inequities in the marketing of tender 
fruit; 

(d) the improvement of the quality and variety of 
tender fruit; 

(e) the improvement of the circulation of market 
information respecting tender fruit; and 

(/) any matter in respect of which the Board or 
the local board is empowered to make regu- 
lations under the Act. 

(9) The Central Sales Policy Advisory Committee is 
empowered, respecting tender fruit that is sold for a 
purpose other than processing, to advise and make 
recommendations to the local board regarding the 
operation of its central sales division in respect of, 

(a) the promotion of harmonious relationships 
between persons engaged in the marketing of 
tender fruit; 

(b) the promotion of greater efficiency in the 
production and marketing of tender fruit; 

(c) the prevention and correction of irregularities 
and inequities in the marketing of tender 
fruit; 

(d) the improvement of the quality and variety of 
tender fruit; 

(e) the improvement of the circulation of market 
information respecting tender fruit; and 

(/) any matter in respect of which the Board or 
the local board is empowered to make regu- 
lations under the Act. 

(10) All questions arising at a meeting of the Central 
Sales Policy Advisory Committee shall be decided by 
the majority of the votes of the members present, 
including the chairman, and in the event of a tie vote 
the chairman shall have the deciding vote. O. Reg. 
613/86, s. 1. 

The Farm Products Marketing Board: 

Kenneth W. Knox 
Chairman 

Gloria Marco Borys 

Secretary 



Dated at Toronto, this 9th day of October, 1986. 



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PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 614/86. 

Zoning Areas — Part of the Sioux 
Lookout Planning Area in the 
Territorial District of Kenora. 

Made — September 11th, 1986. 

Filed— October 15th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 25/86 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

1. Ontario Regulation 25/86 is amended 
by adding thereto the following section: 

66. — ( 1) Notwithstanding that the land described in 
subsection (2) is shown on the map referred to in sec- 
tion 2 as being in a Rural Zone, it shall be deemed to 
be in a Resort Commercial Zone to which Part VIII 
applies. 

(2) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land in 
the geographic Township of Drayton in the District of 
Kenora described as part of Broken Lot 23, Conces- 
sion III, which is part of Part 1 on Plan KR-239 
deposited in the Land Registry Office for the Land 
Titles Division of Kenora (No. 23) and described as 
follows: 

Beginning at a point in the southeasterly limit of 
the said Part 1, Plan KR-239, immediately 
northwest of the shoreline road allowance; 

Thence inland west along the south lot line for a 
distance of 410 metres; 

Thence northeast in a straight line to a point 
being 280 metres inland on the north lot line from 
the northeasterly limit of the said Part 1, Plan 
KR-239, immediately northeast of the shoreline 
road allowance; 

Thence 280 metres east on the north lot line to a 
point being the easterly limit of the said Part 1, 
Plan KR-239, immediately northeast of the 
shoreline road allowance; 

Thence in a general southwesterly direction in a 
line bordering the shoreline road allowance to the 
point of commencement. O. Reg. 614/86, s. 1. 

Pauline Morris 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 



Dated at Toronto, this 1 1th day of September, 1986. 



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O. Reg. 615/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 617/86 S439 



PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 615/86. 

Restricted Areas — District of 
Manitoulin, Geographic townships of 
Campbell, Dawson, Mills and 
Robinson. 

Made— October 14th, 1986. 

Filed— October 15th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 672/81 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

1. Ontario Regulation 672/81 is amended 
by adding thereto the following section: 

78. — (1) Despite clause 5 (4) (d), sleeping accom- 
modation is j)ermitted in the largest of the utility 
buildings situate on the land described in subsection (2) 
on the day this Order comes into force if the minimum 
lot area is .16 hectares. 

(2) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land in 
the Territorial District of Manitoulin being Summer 
Resort Location Island T.P. 2019 in MacGregor Bay, 
and shown as Parcel 538 in the Land Registr\- Office 
for the Land Titles Division of Manitoulin (No. 
31). O. Reg. 615/86, s. 1. 

Pauline Morris 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 14th day of October, 1986. 



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PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 616/86. 

Restricted Areas — District of 
Manitoulin, Geographic townships of 
Campbell, Dawson, Mills and 
Robinson. 

Made — October 3rd, 1986. 

Filed— October 15th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 672/81 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

1. Ontario Regulation 672/81 is amended 
by adding thereto the following section: 



79. Despite subsection 47 (1), a seasonal dwelling 
and buildings and structures accessor>- thereto may be 
erected and used on that parcel of land in the geo- 
graphic township of Mills in the Territorial District of 
Manitoulin, being the east half of Lot 14, Concession 
VI, if the following requirements are met: 

Maximum lot coverage 15 per cent 

Minimum front yard 15 metres 



Minimum side yards 

Minimum rear yard 

Maximum height of sea- 
sonal dwelling 

Minimum ground floor 
area of seasonal dwel- 
ling 



15 metres 
15 metres 

9 metres 

55 square metres 

O. Reg. 616/86, s. 1. 



Pauline Morris 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 3rd day of October, 1986. 

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CONSERVATION AUTHORITIES ACT 

O. Reg. 617/86. 

Fill, Construction and Alteration to 

Waterways — Hamilton Region. 
Made — August 21st, 1986. 
Approved — October 9th, 1986. 
Filed— October 16th, 1986. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
CONSERVATION AUTHORITIES ACT 

FILL, CONSTRUCTION AND .\LTER.\TION 
TO WATERWAYS— HAMILTON REGION 

1. In this Regulation, 

"Authority" means the Hamilton Region Conservation 
Authority; 

"building" means a building or structure of any kind; 

"drainage area" means, for a point, the area that con- 
tributes runoff to that point; 

"fill" means any material, whether originating on the 
site or elsewhere, used or capable of being used to 
raise, lower or in any way affect the contour of the 
ground; 



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O. Reg. 617/86 



'regional storm" means a storm producing in a forty- 
eight hour period, in a drainage area of, 

(a) twenty-five square kilometres or less, a 
rainfall that has the distribution set out in 
Table 1, or 

(b) more than twenty-five square kilometres, a 
rainfall such that the number of millimetres 
of rain referred to in each case in Table 1 
shall be modified by the percentage amount 
shown in Column 2 of Table 2 opposite the 
size of the drainage area set out opposite 
thereto in Column 1 of Table 2; 

'river", "lake", "creek", "stream" or "watercourse" 
means any river, lake, creek, stream or water- 
course under the jurisdiction of the Authority. 

TABLE 1 



73 millimetres of rain 


in the first 36 hours 


6 millimetres of rain 


in the 37th hour 


4 millimetres of rain 


in the 38th hour 


6 millimetres of rain 


in the 39th hour 


13 millimetres of rain 


in the 40th hour 


17 millimetres of rain 


in the 41st hour 


13 millimetres of rain 


in the 42 nd hour 


23 millimetres of rain 


in the 43rd hour 


13 millimetres of rain 


in the 44th hour 


13 millimetres of rain 


in the 45th hour 


53 millimetres of rain 


in the 46th hour 


38 millimetres of rain 


in the 47th hour 


13 millimetres of rain 


in the 48th hour 



TABLE 2 



Column 1 


Column 2 


Drainage Area 
(square kilometres) 


Percentage 


26 to 45 both inclusive 
46 to 65 both inclusive 
66 to 90 both inclusive 
91 to 115 both inclusive 
116 to 140 both inclusive 
141 to 165 both inclusive 
166 to 195 both inclusive 
196 to 220 both inclusive 
221 to 245 both inclusive 
246 to 270 both inclusive 
271 to 450 both inclusive 
451 to 575 both inclusive 
576 to 700 both inclusive 
701 to 850 both inclusive 
851 to 1000 both inclusive 
1001 to 1200 both inclusive 
1201 to 1500 both inclusive 
1501 to 1700 both inclusive 
1701 to 2000 both inclusive 
2001 to 2200 both inclusive 


99.2 
98.2 
97.1 
96.3 
95.4 
94.8 
94.2 
93.5 
92.7 
92.0 
89.4 
86.7 
84.0 
82.4 
80.8 
79.3 
76.6 
74.4 
73.3 
71.7 



TABLE 2— Con. 



Column 1 


Column 2 


Drainage Area 
(square kilometres) 


Percentage 


2201 to 2500 both inclusive 
2501 to 2700 both inclusive 
2701 to 4500 both inclusive 
4501 to 6000 both inclusive 
6001 to 7000 both inclusive 
7001 to 8000 both inclusive 


70.2 
69.0 
64.4 
61.4 
58.9 
57.4 


0. Reg. 617/86, s. 1. 

2. The areas described in the schedules are areas in 
which, in the opinion of the Authority, the control of 
flooding or pollution or conservation of land may be 
affected by the placing or dumping of fill. 0. Reg. 



617/86, s. 2. 

3. No person shall, 

(a) construct any building or permit any building 
to be constructed in or on a pond or swamp 
or in any area susceptible to flooding during a 
regional storm; 

(b) place or dump fill or permit fill to be placed 
or dumped in the areas described in the 
schedules whether such fill is already located 
in or upon the area or brought to or on the 
area from some other place; or 

(c) straighten, change, divert or interfere or 
permit the straightening, changing, diverting 
or interfering in any way with the existing 
channel of a river, creek, stream or water- 
course, 

except pursuant to a permit given under section 4. 
O. Reg. 617/86, s. 3. 1 

4. Subject to the Ontario Water Resources Act or to 
any private interest, the Authority may permit in 
writing the construction of any building or the placing 
or dumping of fill or the straightening, changing, 
diverting or interfering with the existing channel of a 
river, creek, stream or watercpurse to which section 3 
appHes if, in the opinion of the Authority, the site of 
the building or the placing or dumping and the method 
of construction or placing or dumping or the 
straightening, changing, diverting or interfering with 
the existing channel will not affect the control of 
flooding or pollution or the conservation of land. 
O. Reg. 617/86, s. 4. 

5. — (1) A signed application for permission to con- 
struct a building must be filed with the Authority and 
include four copies of, 

(a) a plan of the property showing the proposed 
location of the building, its elevation and the 
proposed final grade plan; i 



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(b) a complete description of the t>pe of building 
to be constructed, including drainage details 
and the method of construction; 

(c) a statement of the dates between which the 
construction will be carried out; and 

id) a statement of the proposed use of the build- 
ing following completion of the construction. 

(2) A signed application for permission to place or 
dump fill must be filed with the Authoritj- and include 
four copies of, 

(a) a plan of the property- on which the fill is to 
be placed, showing the projxtsed location of 
filling, the depth to which it is proposed to fill 
and the proposed final grade of the land 
when filling is completed; 

(b) a complete description of the t>pe of fill 
proposed to be placed or dumped and the 
method of placing or dumping the fill; 

(c) a statement of the dates between which the 
placing or dumping will be carried out; and 

(d) a statement of the proposed use of the land 
following completion of placing or dumping. 

(3) A signed application for permission to 
straighten, change, divert or interfere in any way with 
the existing channel of a river, lake, creek, stream or 
watercourse must be filed with the Authority and 
include four copies of, 

(a ) a plan on which shall be shown in plan view 
and cross section the details of such 
straightening, changing, diverting or inter- 
fering; 

(b) a description of the protective measures to 
be undertaken and the method to be used to 
carr>- out such straightening, changing, 
diverting or interfering; 

(c) a statement of the dates between which the 
straightening, changing, diverting or inter- 
fering will be carried out; and 

(d) a statement of the purpose of the proposed 
work. O. Reg. 617/86, s. 5. 

6. The Authority may, at any time, withdraw a 
permission given under section 4 if the representations 
contained in the application for permission are not 
being carried out. O. Reg. 617/86, s. 6. 

7. The Authority may appoint officers to enforce 
this Regulation. O. Reg. 617/86, s. 7. 



8. Regulation 165 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 is revoked. 



Schedule 1 

TOWN OF DUNDAS 

That part of the Municipality of the Town of Dun- 
das, The Regional Municipality of Hamilton- 
Wentworth within the fill line as outlined by a con- 
tinuous solid line on maps HamR 1-1 to HamR 1-9, 
both inclusive, all maps dated December 5, 1985 of the 
maps entitled "Town of Dundas" filed in the Regional 
Office of the Ministr>- of Natural Resources at 
Richmond HiU, Ontario, more particularly described 
as follows: 



1. The valley containing Spencer Creek and its 
tributaries within the Town of Dundas. 

2. The valley containing Sydenham Creek and its 
tributaries within the Town of Dundas. 

3. The valley containing Ann Street Creek and its 
tributaries within the Town of Dundas. 

4. The valley containing Sulphur Creek and its 
tributaries within the Town of Dundas. 

5. The valley containing Spring Creek and its 
tributaries within the Town of Dundas. 

6. The valley containing Borer's Creek and its 
tributaries within the Town of Dundas. 

7. The valley containing Cootes Paradise within the 
Town of Dundas. O. Reg. 617/86, Sched. 1. 



Schedule 2 

CITY OF STONEY CREEK 

That part of the municipality of the Citj' of Stoney 
Creek, The Regional Municipality of Hamilton- 
Wentworth within the fill line as outlined by a con- 
tinuous solid line on maps HamR 2-1 to HamR 2-51, 
both inclusive, all maps dated March 10, 1974 of the 
maps entitled "City of Stoney Creek" filed in the 
Regional Office of the Ministr>- of Natural Resources 
at Richmond Hill, Ontario, more particularly 
described as follows: 

1. The valley containing Stoney Creek and 
Battlefield Creek and its tributaries within the 
City of Stoney Creek. 

2. The valleys containing Drainage Courses #3 to 
#15, both inclusive, and tributaries within the 
City of Stoney Creek. 

3. Certain sections of the Niagara Escarpment 
within the City of Stoney Creek. O. Reg. 
617/86, Sched. 2. 



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Schedule 3 



O. Reg. 618/86 



TOWN OF ANCASTER 

That part of the Municipality of the Town of 
Ancaster, The Regional Municipality of Hamilton- 
Wentworth within the fill line as shown by a continu- 
ous solid line on maps HamR 3-1 to HamR 3-11, both 
inclusive, all maps dated December 5, 1985 of the 
maps entitled "Town of Ancaster" filed in the Regional 
Office of the Ministry of Natural Resources at 
Richmond Hill, Ontario, more particularly described 
as follows: 

1. The valley containing Ancaster Creek and its 
tributaries in the Town of Ancaster. 

2. The valley containing Tiffany Creek and its 
tributaries in the Town of Ancaster. 

3. The valley containing Chedoke Creek and its 
tributaries in the Town of Ancaster. 

4. The valley containing Sulphur Creek and its 
tributaries in the Town of Ancaster. 

5. The valley containing Spring Creek and its 
tributaries in the Town of Ancaster. O. Reg. 
617/86, Sched. 3. 

Schedule 4 

CITY OF HAMILTON 

That part of the Municipality of the City of Hamil- 
ton, The Regional Municipality of Hamilton- 
Wentworth within the fill line as outlined by a con- 
tinuous solid line on maps HamR 4-1 to HamR 4-25, 
both inclusive, all maps dated July 24, 1968 of the 
maps entitled "City of Hamilton" filed in the Regional 
Office of the Ministry of Natural Resources at 
Richmond Hill, Ontario, more particularly described 
as follows: 

1. The valley containing Sulphur Creek and its 
tributaries within the City of Hamilton. 

2. The valley containing Chedoke Creek within the 
City of Hamilton. 

3. The valley containing Red Hill Creek and its 
tributaries within the City of Hamilton. 

4. The valley containing Spencer Creek and its 
tributaries within the City of Hamilton. 

5. The valley containing Sterling Creek ravine 
within the City of Hamilton. 

6. The valley containing Cootes Paradise within the 
City of Hamilton. 



7. Certain sections of the Niagara Escarpment 
within the City of Hamilton. O. Reg. 617/86, 
Sched. 4. 

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Schedule 5 



HAMILTON HARBOUR 

That part of the Hamilton Harbour within the 
Municipality of the City of Hamilton, The Regional 
Municipality of Hamilton- Wentworth located within 
the jurisdiction of the Hamilton Region Conservation 
Authority. O. Reg. 617/86, Sched. 5. 



Schedule 6 

TOWN OF FLAMBOROUGH 

That part of the Municipality of the Town of Flam- 
borough, The Regional Municipality of Hamilton- 
Wentworth within the fill line as outlined by a con- 
tinuous solid line on maps HamR 6-1 to HamR 6-98, 
both inclusive, all maps dated March 10, 1977 of the 
maps entitled "Town of Flamborough" filed in the 
Regional Office of the Ministry of Natural Resources, 
Richmond Hill, Ontario, more particularly described 
as follows: 



1. The valley containing Spencer Creek and its 
tributaries within the Town of Flamborough. 

2. The valley containing Sydenham Creek and its 
tributaries within the Town of Flamborough. 

3. The valley containing Borer's Creek and its 
tributaries within the Town of Flamborough. 

4. The valley containing Spring Creek and its 
tributaries within the Town of Flamborough. 

5. Certain sections of the Niagara Escarpment 
within the Town of Flamborough. 

6. Certain sections of the Beverly Swamp within 
the Town of Flamborough. O. Reg. 617/86, 
Sched. 6. 

Hamilton Region Conservation 
Authority: 

A. H. McCoy 
Chairman 

W. Fuller 
Secretary-Treasurer 

Dated at Ancaster, this 21st day of August, 1986. 

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PUBLIC COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ACT 



O. Reg. 618/86. 
Carrying Goods in Bond. 
Made — October 2nd, 1986. 
Filed— October 17th, 1986. 



I 



O. Reg. 618/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 619/86 5443 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 827 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

PUBLIC COMMERCIAL VEHICLES 

ACT 

1. Subsection 4 (3) of Regulation 827 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
is revoked. 



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COMMODITY BOARDS AND 
MARKETING AGENCIES ACT 

O. Reg. 619/86. 
Le\nes or Charges — Tobacco. 
Made — October 17th, 1986. 
Filed— October 17th. 1986. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 

COMMODITY BOARDS .\XD M.\RKETING 

AGENCIES ACT 

LEVIES OR CHARGES— TOBACCO 

1. In this Regulation, 

"Board" means The Farm Products Marketing Board 
constituted under the Farm Products Marketing 
Act; 

"commodity board" means The Ontario Flue-Cured 
Tobacco Growers' Marketing Board constituted 
under the Farm Products Marketing Act; 



"tobacco" means unmanufactured flue-cured tobacco 
produced in Ontario, including flue-cured tobacco 
purchased or otherwise acquired by and readied 
for storage and sale by the commodit>- board. 
O. Reg. 619/86, s. 1. 

2. — (1) The Lieutenant Governor in Council hereby 
grants to the commodity board, in relation to the 
marketing of tobacco locally within Ontario, authority 
to fix, impose and collect le\nes or charges from per- 
sons engaged in the production of tobacco in Ontario 
and for that purpose to classify- such persons into 
groups and fix the leWes or charges payable by the 
members of the different groups in different amounts, 
not exceeding in any case 2 cents per pound of tobacco, 
and to use the le\ies or charges for the purposes of the 
commodity board, including the creation of reser\es, 
the payment of expenses and losses resulting from the 
sale or disposal of any tobacco, and the equalization or 
adjustment among producers of tobacco of moneys 
realized from the sale thereof during such period or 
periods of time as the commodity board may deter- 
mine. 

(2) No regulation or order made or direction issued 
by the commodity board under subsection (1) takes 
effect until it is approved by the Board. O. Reg. 

619/86, s. 2. 

3. The commodity board shall, at any time during 
normal office hours, make available to such auditor as 
the Minister of .agriculture and Food may designate, 
all books of account, records and documents relating 
to the receipt of funds under this Regulation and 
expenditures made by the commodity board of moneys 
derived in whole or in part from funds received by the 
commodity board under this Regulation. O. Reg. 
619/86, s. 3. 



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O. Reg. 620/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



S49S 



Publications Under The Regulations Act 



November 8th, 1986 



SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT 
CORPORATIONS ACT 

O. Reg. 620/86. 

General. 

Made — October 9th, 1986. 

Filed— October 20th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 915 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

SMALL BUSINESS 

DEVELOPMENT CORPORATIONS 

ACT 

1. — (1) Subsection 3 (1) of Regulation 
915 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1980, as amended by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 587/81, section 2 
of Ontario Regulation 300/83, sec- 
tion 1 of Ontario Regulation 25/84 and 
section 2 of Ontario Regulation 
410/86, is further amended by striking 
out "and" at the end of clause id), by 
adding "and" at the end of clause (e) 
and by adding thereto the following 
clause: 



(/) any business activity that involves the provi- 
sion to business of services that are, 

(i) computer services, 

(ii) architectural, engineering or other 
professional scientific and related 
technical services, or 

(iii) services ancillar>- to or in the nature of 
manufacturing, 

is a prescribed business activity. 

(2) Section 3 of the said Regulation, as 
amended by section 1 of Ontario Reg- 
ulation 587/81, section 2 of Ontario 
Regulation 300/83, section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 25/84 and section 2 



of Ontario Regulation 410/86, is fur- 
ther amended by adding thereto the 
following subsections: 

(3) For the purpose of subclause (1) (/) (i), "compu- 
ter ser\-ices" means the provision by the small business 
of, 

(a) access to a computer database; 

(b) access to computer hardware, software pro- 
grams or related equipment and material 
directly controlled by the small business on a 
time-share, leased-time, rented-time or fee- 
for-service basis; 

(c) training in computer applications or opera- 
tions; 

(d) services of data entry personnel on a tempor- 
ary or casual basis; 

(«) ser\nces of trained technicians or other per- 
sonnel for the identification and correction of 
computer and computer related malfunctions 
and for the repair and maintenance of com- 
puter systems; 

(/) services of systems analysts or programmers 
on a temporar> or casual basis; 

ig) microfiche transfers, graphics, format con- 
versions and other speciality services directly 
related to the computer industrj-; 

{h ) consultation, advice, analyses or reports with 
respect to the attributes of various computer 
hardware and software systems as they relate 
to the specific needs of individual computer 
users; or 

(i) access to data and commimications net- 
works, 

to users all of whom use the service in the ordinary 
course of canying on business but does not include the 
sale, rental or lease of computer hardware, software or 
related materials and equipment, computer brokerage 
or any similar service. 

(4) For the purpose of subclause (1) (/) (ii), the pro- 
vision by the small business of a service that is, 

(a) the practice of architecture as defined in the 
Architects Act, 1984 where the small business 



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O. Reg. 622/86 



may perform that service under the provi- 
sions of that Act; 

(b) the practice of professional engineering as 
defined in the Professional Engineers Act, 
1984 under the authority of a certificate of 
authorization issued under that Act; or 

(c) research, analysis and reporting in any field 
of mathematical, physical or natural science, 
laboratory testing, hydrographie or land sur- 
veying, industrial designing or advising on 
energy conservation where the service is not, 

(i) a business consulting or similar ser- 
vice, or 

(ii) a legal or accounting service, 

is an architectural, engineering or other professional 
scientific or related technical service. 

(5) For the purpose of subclause (1) (/) (iii), a ser- 
vice ancillary to or in the nature of manufacturing 
means the provision by the small business to other 
commercial enterprises of a service that would consti- 
tute a prescribed manufacturing or processing activity 
but for the fact that the small business does not own 
the goods or materials on which an activity is per- 
formed. O. Reg. 620/86, s. 1 (2). 



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HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

O. Reg. 621/86. 

Vehicle Permits. 

Made— October 9th, 1986. 

Filed— October 22nd, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 744/82 

MADE UNDER THE 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 



1. Clause 1 

744/82 

substituted therefor 



{b) of Ontario Regulation 
is revoked and the following 



{b) "farmer" means a resident of Ontario who 
owns farm property that is used in a farming 
enterprise which, in a normal production 
year, produces farm products Jiaving a gross 
value of at least, 

(i) $5,000 where the farm property is 
located in that part of Ontario lying 
east of the westerly boundaries of the 
counties of Northumberland, Victoria 
and Peterborough or north of the 
southerly boundaries of the County of 
Haliburton and The District Munici- 
pality of Muskoka, and 



(ii) $8,000 where the farm property is 
located elsewhere in Ontario other 
than that part described in subclause 

(i); 

{ba) "farm products" does not include products 
preserved by freezing, pickling, cooking, 
smoking or curing, other than cured tobacco 
leaves; 

2. Paragraph 2 of subsection 20 (1) of the 
said Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 

2. For a commercial motor vehicle or a combi- 
nation of a commercial motor vehicle and 
trailer or trailers, other than a bus, having a 
gross weight of more than 3,000 kilograms, 
where the permit holder is a farmer and the 
vehicle is used for, 

(i) the farmer's personal transportation, 

(ii) the uncompensated transportation of 
farm products, supplies or equipment, 
or 

(iii) the compensated transportation of 
farm products, supplies or equipment 
in the months of September, October 
or November, 



the applicable fee set out in Schedule 2. 



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45 



HEALTH PROTECTION AND 
PROMOTION ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 622/86. 
Rabies — Immunization . 
Made — October 23rd, 1986. 
Filed— October 24th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 594/85 

MADE UNDER THE 

HEALTH PROTECTION AND 

PROMOTION ACT, 1983 

1. Table 1 to Ontario Regulation 594/85, 
as amended by section 1 of On- 
tario Regulation 120/86, section 3 of 
Ontario Regulation 287/86 and sec- 
tion 1 of Ontario Regulation 501/86, 
is further amended by adding thereto 
the following item: 



Bruce County 
Health Unit 



October 23, 1986 



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Ii 



O. Reg. 623/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 624/86 5549 



Publications Under The Regulations Act 

.November 15th. 1986 



TR.\.NSBOL'ND.\RV POLLLTIO.N 
RECIPROCAL .\CCESS ACT, 1986 

O. Reg. 623/86. 
Reciprocating Jurisdictions. 
Made— October 23rd, 1986. 
Filed— October 27th. 1986. 



REGUL.\TIOX M.ADE UNDER THE 
TR.\NSBOUND.\RV POLLUTION 
RECIPROCAL .ACCESS .ACT. 1986 

RECIPROCATING JURISDICTIONS 

1. The following prosnnces of Canada are declared 
reciprocating jurisdictions for the purposes of the .Act: 

1. Manitoba. 

2. Prince Edward Island. O. Reg. 623/86, 
s. 1. 

2. The following states of the United States of 
America are declared reciprocating jurisdictions for 
the purposes of the .Act: 

1. Colorado. 

2. Montana. 

3. New Jersey. 

4. Wisconsin. O. Reg. 623/86, s. 2. 



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E.NVIROX.ME\T.\L ASSESS.ME.NT ACT 

O. Reg. 624/86. 

Exemption — Ministry- of Government 

Services — MGS-72. 
Made— October 1 7th, 1986. 
.Approved — October 17th. 1986. 
Filed — October 27th. 1986. 



ORDER MADE UNDER THE 
ENATRONMENT.AL .ASSESSMENT ACT 



EXEMPTION— \nNISTRY OF GOVERNMENT 
SERVICES— MGS-72 

Haxnng received a request from the Ministry of 
Government Ser\nces that an undertaking, namely: 

The acti\-ities involxing the renovation and the 
construction of an extension to the vacant 
Carnegie Library structure for the development of 
a Unified Famih Court at a site referred to as all 
of Lot 69 and Part of Lots 50. 51. 52, 67 and 68, 
P.H. Hamilton Sur\ey Unregistered Plan in the 
Block bounded by Charles Street. Main Street, 
MacNab Street, and Jackson Street in the City of 
Hamilton. Regional Municipality of Hamilton- 
Wentworth 

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

Ha\ing been adxnsed by the Ministry of Govern- 
ment Ser\-ices that if the undertaking is subject to the 
application of the .Act, the following injury, damage or 
interference with the persons and propert>' indicated 
will occur: 

.A. The Crown will be interfered with and 
damaged by the undue delay and expense 
required to prepare an enxnronmental 
assessment for an activity for which adverse 
en\-ironmental impacts have not been iden- 
tified. 

B. The public will be interfered with and 
damaged in that the level of ser\ice available 
and the access to that ser\ice is restricted by 
the existing inadequate accommodations. 

Ha\-ing weighed such injur>-, damage or interfer- 
ence against the betterment of the people of the whole 
or any part of Ontario by the protection, conserxation 
and wise management in Ontario of the en\-ironment 
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 
foUowing reasons: 

A. The proposed undertaking wiU have no 
significant adverse effects on the environ- 
ment. 



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O. Reg. 626/86 



B. The concerns of the Ministry of Citizenship 
and Culture regarding the renovation and 
restoration of the Carnegie Library structure 
and the redevelopment of the site shall be 
resolved to the mutual satisfaction of the 
Ministry of Citizenship and Culture and the 
Ministry of Government Services. 

This exemption is subject to the following terms and 
conditions: 

1. Where any activity which otherwise would 
be exempt under this order is being carried 
out as or is part of an undertaking for which 
an environmental assessment has been 
accepted and approval to proceed received, 
the activity shall be carried out in accordance 
with any terms or conditions in the approval 
to proceed as well as the conditions of this 
order. 

2. Where any activity which is the subject of 
this order is being carried out as or is part of 
another undertaking which is the subject 
of an exemption order under the Act, the 
activity exempt under this order shall be car- 
ried out in accordance with any terms or 
conditions in the other exemption order as 
well as the conditions in this order. 

3. The heritage considerations associated with 
the renovation and restoration of the 
Carnegie Library structure and the rede- 
velopment of the site shall be resolved to the 
mutual satisfaction of the Ministry of 
Citizenship and Culture and the Ministry of 
Government Services. The proponent shall 
inform the Director of the Environmental 
Assessment Branch of the agreement reached 
prior to commencement of construction. 

4. This order shall expire if construction and 
renovation has not commenced by December 
31, 1987. O. Reg. 624/86. 

James Bradley 

Minister of the Environment 



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46 



PARKWAY BKLT PLAiNNING AND 
DEVELOPMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 625/86. 

The Regional Municipality of York, 

Town of Markham. 
Made— October 21st, 1986. 
Filed— October 27th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 473/73 

MADE UNDER THE 

PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 

DEVELOPMENT ACT 

1. Ontario Regulation 473/73 is amended 
by adding thereto the following section: 

76. — (1) A track for testing a suspended light rail 
transit system may be installed on the land described 
in subsection (2), together with buildings and struc- 
tures accessory thereto, if a minimum of thirty parking 
spaces are provided on the land. 

(2) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land in 
the Town of Markham, in The Regional Municipality 
of York, being that part of Lot 7 in Concession VII 
designated as parts 1, 2 and 3 on a Plan deposited in 
the Land Registry Office for the Registry Division of 
Toronto Boroughs (No. 64) as Plan 64R-7807 and Part 
1 on a Plan deposited in the said Land Registry Office 
as Number 64R-5888. O. Reg. 625/86, s. 1. 

L. J. FiNCHAM 

Dire (i or 

Plans Administration Bram h 

Central and Southwest 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 21st dav of October, 1986. 



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46 



PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 626/86. 

Restricted Areas — County of Simcoe, 

Township of Nottawasaga. 
Made— October 21st, 1986. 
Filed— October 27th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 675 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1970 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 



i 



1. 



Regulation 675 of Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1970 is amended by adding 
thereto the following section: 

;^ 

247. — (1) In this section, 

'front lot line" means the lot line adjoining James 
Street; 



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i\ 



O. Reg. 626/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 628/86 5551 



"rear lot line" means the lot line opposite the front lot 
line: 

■side lot line" means a lot line other than a front or rear 
lot line. 

(2) Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, a single-family dwelling and buildings and 
structures accesson, thereto may be erected and used 
on the land described in subsection (3) if the following 
requirements are met: 



Minimum distance 
between any building or 
structure and the front 
lot line 



Minimum distance 
between any building or 
structure and the rear lot 
line 

Minimum distance 
between any building or 
structure and the side lot 
lines 



Maximum height of 
single-family dwelling 

Minimum ground floor 
area of single-family 
dwilling 



.6 metres 



7.6 metres 



3 metres on one side 

and 
1.2 metres on the other 

side 



9. 1 metres 



one storey — 93 square 

metres 

one and one-half storeys 

or more — 69.8 square 

metres 



(3) This section applies to that parcel of land in the 
Township of Xottawasaga in the County of Simcoe, 
being that part of Lot 22 in Concession I designated as 
Part 1 on a Plan deposited in the Land Registr\ Office 
for the Registn, Division of Simcoe (No. 51) as 
Number 51R-14861. O. Reg. 626/86, s. 1. 

L. J. Fl\CHA>i 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

Central and Southwest 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 21st day of October, 1986. 
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PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 627/86. 

Restricted .\reas — County of Simcoe, 

Township of Xottawasaga. 
Made— October 14th, 1986. 
Filed— October 27th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 675 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1970 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

1. Regulation 675 of Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1970 is amended by adding 
thereto the following section: 

246. — (1) In this section, "front lot line" means the 
lot line adjoining Mountain Road. 

(2) Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, a building may be erected on the land described 
in subsection (3) and used as a restaurant and a store in 
which skis and ski accessories are sold, rented and 
repaired, if the following requirements are met: 



Minimum distance from 
the front lot line to the 
main wall of the build- 
ing 



Minimum side vards 



7.6 metres 

3 metres on one side 

and 
1.2 metres on the other 

side 

(3) This section applies to the land in the Township 
of Nottawasaga in the County of Simcoe, being that 
part of the north half of Lot 44 and that part of the 
south half of Lot 45, Concession XI, designated as 
Part 4 on a Reference Plan deposited in the Land 
Registr> Office for the Registrv Division of Simcoe 
(Xo. 51)asXumber5lR-14519. O. Reg. 627/86, s. 1. 

L. J. FiNXH.AM 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

Central and Southwest 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 14th day of October, 1986. 



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46 



PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 628/86. 

Zoning Areas — Part of the Geographic 
Township of Southworth in the 
Territorital District of Kenora. 

Made— .August 26th, 1986. 

Filed— October 29th, 1986. 



ORDER MADE UNDER THE 
PLANNING ACT, 1983 



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5552 O. Reg. 628/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 629/86 



ZONING AREAS— PART OF THE 

GEOGRAPHIC TOWNSHIP OF SOUTHWORTH 

IN THE TERRITORIAL DISTRICT OF 

KENOR.\ 

1. In this Order, 

"accessory", when used to describe a use, building or 
structure, means a use, building or structure that is 
normally incidental or subordinate to the principal 
use, building or structure located on the same lot; 

"agricultural use" means a use of land for forestry pur- 
poses, field crops, market gardening, poultry rais- 
ing and other uses normally related to agriculture; 

"dwelling unit" means one or more habitable rooms 
occupied or capable of being occupied as an inde- 
pendent and separate housekeeping establishment 
in which separate kitchen and sanitary facilities are 
provided for the exclusive use of such unit with a 
private entrance from outside the building or from 
a common hallway or stairway inside the building; 

"front lot line" means the normal high-water mark of 
Dinorwic Lake; 

"guest cabin" means a building without cooking and 
sanitary facilities that is accessory to a dwelling 
and used for sleeping accommodation; 

"lot" means a parcel of land, 

(a) described in a deed or other document legally 
capable of conveying land, or 

{b) shown as a lot or block on a registered plan of 
subdivision; 

"seasonal dwelling" means a single dwelling or mobile 
home not occupied as a permanent residence. 
O. Reg. 628/86, s. 1. 

2. This Order applies to land in Lot 9, Concession I, 
in the Township of Southworth in the Territorial Dis- 
trict of Kenora described as all of the lots and blocks 
shown on Plan Numbers 23M-839 and 23M-843 
registered in the Land Registry Office for the Land 
Titles Division of Kenora (No. 23). O. Reg. 628/86, 
s. 2. 

3. No land to which this Order applies shall 
hereafter be used and no building or structure shall 
hereafter be erected or used except in accordance with 
the terms of this Order, but nothing in this Order pre- 
vents the use of any land, building or structure for a 
purpose prohibited by this Order if such land, building 
or structure was lawfully used for such purposes on the 
day this Order comes into force. O. Reg. 628/86, s. 3. 

4. One seasonal dwelling and building and struc- 
tures accessory thereto may be erected and used on 
each of lots 1 to 12, inclusive, on Plan 23M-839 and 
lots 1 to 10, inclusive, on Plan 23M-843 if the following 
requirements are met: 

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1. Not more than one guest cabin is permitted on a 
lot. 

2. Minimum distance between a dwelling unit or 
guest cabin and the front lot line: 

Lots 2 and 3 on Plan 23M-839 9 metres 

Lots 7 and 8 on Plan 23M-843 12 metres 

Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4 on Plan 23M-843 IS metres 

Lots 10 and 12 on Plan 23M-839 and 

Lot 10 on Plan 23M-843 18 metres 

O. Reg. 628/86, s. 4. 

5. Every use of land and every erection or use of 
buildings or structures on the land described as Blocks 
11 and 12, Plan 23M-843, is prohibited except 
agricultural uses and outdoor sporting activities, 
excluding buildings or structures. O. Reg. 628/86, 
s. 5. 

Bernard Granu-Majtre 
Minister of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 26th day of August, 1986. 



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46 



HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

O. Reg. 629/86. 
Stop Signs at Intersections. 
Made— October 27th, 1986. 
Filed— October 30th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 493 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

L Regulation 493 of Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1980 is amended by adding 
thereto the following Schedules: 

Schedule 86 *! 

1. Highway No. 130 in the Township of Paipoonge 
in the District of Thunder Bay at its intersection with 
the roadway known as Paipoonge Concession 1 Road. 



2. Northbound on Highway No. 130. O. 
629/86, s. 1, part. 



à 



O. Reg. 629/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 631/86 5553 



Schedule 87 

1. Highway No. 130 and Paipoonge 10th Line in 
the Township of Paipoonge in the District of Thunder 
Bay at its intersection with Highway No. 130 and the 
roadway known as Paipoonge Concession 1 Road. 

2. Southbound on Highway No. 130 and north- 
bound on Pîdpoonge 10th Line. O. Reg. 629/86, s. 1, 
part. 

Schedule 88 

1. Highway 511 in the Village of Lanark in the 
Township of Lanark in the County of Lanark at its 
east intersection with the roadwa>- known as Lanark 
County Road 12. 

2. Northbound on Highway 511. O. Reg. 629/86, 
s. 1, part. 

Edward Fulton 

Minister of Transportation 

and Communications 

Dated at Toronto, this 27th day of October, 1986. 



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HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

O. Reg. 630/86. 

Parking. 

Made— October 28th, 1986. 

Filed— October 30th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 477 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

r 

1.— (1) Paragraph 8 of Schedule 2 of 
Appendix A to Regulation 477 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
is revoked and the following substi- 
tuted therefor: 

8. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 2 
in the Town of Ajax in The Regional Municipality of 
Durham lying between a point situate at the easterly 
limit of its intersection with the roadway known as 
Elizabeth Street and a point situate at the westerly 
limit of its intersection with the roadway known as 
Rotherglen Road. 

(2) Schedule 2 of Appendix A to the said 
Regulation is amended by adding 
thereto the following paragraph: 



27. That part of the King's Highway known as .\o. 
2 in the Town of Pickering in The Regional Munici- 
pality of Durham from a point situate at the westerly 
limit of its intersection with the roadway known as 
Rougemount Drive and extending westerly therealong 
for a distance of 215 metres. 

Edward Fulton 

Minister of Transportation 

and Communications 

Dated at Toronto, this 28th day of October, 1986. 



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HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

O. Reg. 631/86. 

Parking. 

Made— October 27th, 1986. 

Filed— October 30th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 477 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

1. Paragraph 26 of Schedule 2 of Appen- 
dix A to Regulation 477 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as made 
by subsection 1 (1) of Ontario Regula- 
tion 474/86, is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

26. That part of the King's Highway known as Nos. 
2 and 53 in the Town of Ancaster. in The Regional 
Municipality of Hamilton-VVentworth and in the 
Township of Brantford, in the County of Brant, 
beginning at a point situate 215 metres measured west- 
erly from its intersection with the westerly limit of 
Sunn\Tidge Road and extending westerly therealong 
for a distance of 215 metres. 

2. Schedule 16 of Appendix A to the said 
Regulation is amended by adding 
thereto the following paragraph: 

5 . The west side of that part of the King's Highway 
known as No. 10 in the Town of Caledon, in The 
Regional Municipality of Peel, hing between a point 
situate at the northerly limit of its intersection with the 
roadway known as Peel Regional Road 9, and 
extending northerly therealong for a distance of 160 
metres. 

3. Paragraph 3 of Schedule 56 of Appen- 
dix A to the said Regulation, as made 
by subsection 1 (2) of Ontario Regula- 



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O. Reg. 632/86 



tion 474/86, is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

3. That part of the King's Highway known as Nos. 
2 and 53 in the Town of Ancaster, in The Regional 
Municipality of Hamilton-Wentworth and in the 
Township of Brantford, in the County of Brant, begin- 
ning at a point situate 215 metres measured westerly 
from its intersection with the westerly limit of 
Sunnyridge Road and extending westerly therealong 
for a distance of 215 metres. 

Edward Fulton 

Minister of Transportation 

and Communications 

Dated at Toronto, this 27th day of October, 1986. 



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OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND 
SAFETY ACT 

O. Reg. 632/86. 

X-Ray Safety. 

Made — October 30th, 1986. 

Filed— October 30th, 1986. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND 

SAFETY ACT 

X-RAY SAFETY 

L In this Regulation, 

"absorbed dose" means the mean energy per unit mass 
imparted by ionizing radiation to matter; 

'air kerma" means the sum of the initial kinetic ener- 
gies per unit mass of all the charged particles liber- 
ated by uncharged ionizing radiation in air; 

'Director" means the Director of the Special Studies 
and Services Branch of the Ministry of Labour; 

'dose equivalent" means the product of absorbed dose 
and a quality factor where the quality factor is a 
measure of the biological effectiveness of the radi- 
ation, and is assigned the value 1.0 for x rays; 

'failsafe design" means a design in which any failure of 
safety indicators or components that can reasona- 
bly be anticipated causes the production or emis- 
sion of X rays to cease; 

"gray" means, 

(a) a unit of absorbed dose, and is realized when 
one joule of energy has been imparted per 
kilogram of material, or 



(è) a unit of air kerma, and is realized when one 
joule of energy has been liberated per kilo- 
gram of air; 

"redundant" when used with reference to a light means 
a light with two or more separate and equivalent 
bulbs so designed that the failure of one bulb will 
not affect the operation of the other bulb or bulbs; 

"shield" or "shielding" means radiation absorbing 
material or materials used to reduce the absorbed 
dose or absorbed dose rate imparted to an object; 

"sievert" means a unit of dose equivalent, and for x 
rays the dose equivalent measured in sieverts is 
numerically equal to the absorbed dose measured 
in grays; 

"x-ray machine" means an electrically powered device, 
the principal purpose of which is the production of 
X rays; 

"x-ray source" means any device, or that portion of 
any device, that emits x rays, whether or not the 
device is an x-ray machine; 

"x-ray worker" means a worker who, as a necessary' 
part of the worker's employment, may be exposed 
to x rays and may receive a dose equivalent in 
excess of the annual limits set forth in column 4 of 
the Schedule; 

"x rays" means electrically-generated electromagnetic 
radiation of maximum photon energy not less than 
5000 electron volts. O. Reg. 632/86, s. 1. 

2. Subject to section 3, this Regulation applies to 
every owner, employer, supervisor and worker at a 
work place where, 

(a) an x-ray machine is present or used; or 

(b) an x-ray source that is not an x-ray machine 
is present or used, if the x-ray source is capa- 
ble of producing an air kerma rate greater 
than 1.0 microgray per hour at any accessible 
point outside its surface. O. Reg. 632/86, 
s. 2. 

3. — (1) This Regulation does not apply to an x-raj) 
source that is licensable under the Atomic Energy 
Control Act (Canada). 



(2) Sections 5, 6, 7 and 8 of this Regulation do not 
apply in respect of an x-ra> machine the installation, 
registration or operation u\ which is subject to the 
Healing Arts Radiation Protection Act. O. Reg 

632/86, s. 3. 



Il 



4. Except as permitted under the Healing Arts 
Radiation Protection Act, an x-ray source shall not be 
operated for the irradiation of a worker. O. Reg. 

632/86, s. 4. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



5555 



5. — ( 1 ) An x-ra>- source shall not be used at a work 
lace unless the employer who has possession of the 
\-ray source is registered with the Director. 

(2) .\n application for registration under this section 
-hall be in Form 1 and shall be filed with the Director. 

( 3) \n employer who was registered under Ontario 
Regulation 263/84 or Regulation 855 of Re\-ised Rég- 
alions of Ontario, 1980 or a predecessor thereof shall 
t deemed to be registered under this section if the 
cgistration was subsisting immediately before the 
coming into force of this Regulation. 

(4) If an employer who is registered under this sec- 
tion ceases to have possession of an x-ray source, the 
employer shall forthwith give a notice to the Director 
ad\nsing the Director of that fact. 

(5) An employer's registration under this section 
terminates when the employer notifies the Director 
that the employer no longer has possession of any x-ray 
sources. O. Reg. 632/86, s. 5. 

6. — ( 1) .^n x-ray source shall not be installed or used 
in a permanent location and an x-ra\' source that is 
designed for portable or mobile use shall not be instal- 
led or used regularly in one location unless an applica- 
tion for re\new, together with plan location drawings, 
of the installation have been reviewed by and are 
acceptable to an inspector. ■ 

(2) Subsection (1) does not apply to an x-ray source 
that, 

(a ) was in use in a permanent location before the 
27th day of April, 1984, if it has remained 
continuously in that location since that time 
and so long as it remains in that location; or 

(6) was installed after the 26th day of .April, 
1984, if the installation was made in com- 
pliance with Ontario Regulation 263/84 and 
there was compliance with that Regulation 
until the time this section came into force. 

(3) An application mentioned in subsection (1) shall 
be in Form 2 and shall be accompanied by the plan 
location drawings mentioned in that subsection, in 
dupUcate. 



(4) Plan location drawings mentioned in subsection 



(1), 



(a ) shall bear the name of the applicant and the 
address of the location; 

(b) shall be on a legible scale that is not less than 
1:100 and that is suitable for microfilming; 

(c) shall indicate the direction north; 



{e) shall show the proposed location of the x-ray 
control panel, if the location of the control 
panel is different from that of the x-ray 
source; 

(/) shall indicate the use of rooms or areas that 
are adjacent, both horizontaUy and vertical- 
ly, to the proposed location; 

(f ) shall indicate the type and thickness of the 
shielding installed or to be installed on the 
boundaries of the proposed location; and 

(h) shall indicate the t>pe and location of the 
safety devices such as warning Ughts, inter- 
locks and cut-off switches. 

(5) An application under this section shall be filed 
with the Director. 

(6) Where an application under this section or a 
predecessor of this section has been found acceptable 
by em inspector, the x-ray source to which the applica- 
tion relates shall not be installed except in accordance 
w ith the application and the plan location drawings as 
accepted b> the inspector. 

(7) An x-ray source to which subsection (1) applies 
or that is described in subsection (2) shall not be used, 
if after the installation of the x-ray source there is a 
change in, 

(a ) the installation or use of the x-ray source; 

(6) the use of rooms or areas adjacent, horizon- 
tally or vertically, to the x-ray source; or 

(c) any shielding of the x-ray source, 

that may result in an increase in the exposure of a 
worker to x rays unless the change has been reviewed 
by and is acceptable to an inspector. 

(8) .\n employer shall request a review of a change 
described in subsection (7) by giving the request to the 
Director. O. Reg. 632/86, s. 6. 

7. — ( 1) Where an employer comes into possession of 
an x-ray source that is designed for portable or mobile 
use and that is so used, notice thereof shall be given to 
the Director. 

(2) The notice required by subsection (1) shall be in 
writing and shall include, 

(o) the name and address of the employer; 

(ft) the employer's registration number, if any, 
under section 5; 



(d) shall show the proposed location of the x-ray 
source and, where applicable, the range of its 
motion; 

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(c) the location where the x-ray source will nor- 
mally be stored; 

(d) the purpose for which the x-ra> source will be 
used; 



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(e) the make, model and serial number of the 
x-ray source; and 

(/) the maximum operating voltage and current 
of the x-ray source. O. Reg. 632/86, s. 7. 

8. An employer shall designate a person, for each 
x-ray source, who is competent because of knowledge, 
training or experience in the use and operation of x-ray 
sources and in radiation safety practices, to exercise 
direction over the safe use and operation of the x-ray 
source, and shall advise the Director in writing of the 
name of the person designated. O. Reg. 632/86, s. 8. 

9. — (1) An employer who employs a person as an 
x-ray worker shall, at the time that employment 
begins, 

(a) inform the worker in writing that the worker 
is employed as an x-ray worker; 

(6) inform the worker of the limits imposed by 
subsection 10 (1) on the dose equivalent that 
may be received by the worker; and 

(c ) if the worker is female, inform her of the dose 
equivalent limit mentioned in subsection 10 
(2) applicable to a pregnant x-ray worker. 

(2) An employer shall maintain a list of all x-ray 
workers in the employment of the employer. O. Reg. 

632/86, s. 9. 

10. — (1) The dose equivalent received or that may 
be received by a worker shall be as low as is reasonably 
achievable, and in any case, 

(a) an x-ray worker shall not receive a dose 
equivalent in excess of the annual limits set 
out in column 3 of the Schedule; and 

(b ) a worker who is not an x-ray worker shall not 
receive a dose equivalent in excess of the 
annual limits set out in column 4 of the 
Schedule. 

(2) Notwithstanding subsection (1), an employer 
shall take every precaution reasonable in the cir- 
cumstances to ensure that the mean dose equivalent 
received by the abdomen of a pregnant x-ray worker 
does not exceed five millisieverts during the pregnan- 
cy. O. Reg. 632/86, s. 10. 

11. The following measures and procedures shall be 
carried out in a work place where an x-ray source is 
used: 

1 . X-ray warning signs or warning devices shall 
be posted or installed in conspicuous loca- 
tions. 

2. Every x-ray source capable of producing an 
air kerma rate greater than S micrograys per 
hour at any accessible point shall be labelled 
at its operating controls as a source of x ra> s. 

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3. Where the air kerma in an area may exceed 
100 micrograys in any one hour, access to the 
area shall be controlled by, 

i. locks or interlocks if the x-ray source 
is one to which subsection 6 (1) applies 
or is described in subsection 6 (2), and 

ii. barriers and x-ray warning signs if the 
x-ray source is portable or mobile and 
is being so used. 

4. To ensure that the dose equivalent limits 
mentioned in section 10 are not exceeded, 

i. structural or other shielding shall be 
installed as is necessary, and 

ii. diaphragms, cones and adjustable 
collimators or other suitable devices 
shall be provided and used as are 
necessary to limit the dimensions of 
the useful x-ray beam. O. Reg. 
632/86, s. 11. 

12. — (1) An employer shall provide to each x-ray 
worker a suitable personal dosimeter that will provide 
an accurate measure of the dose equivalent received by 
the x-ray worker. 

(2) An x-ray worker shall use the personal dosimeter 
as instructed by the employer. 

(3) An employer shall ensure that the personal 
dosimeter provided to an x-ray worker is read accu- 
rately to give a measure of the dose equivalent received 
by the worker and shall furnish to the worker the 
record of the worker's radiation exposure. 

(4) An employer shall verify that the dose equival- 
ent mentioned in subsection (3) is reasonable and 
appropriate in the circumstances, and shall notify an 
inspector of any dose equivalent that does not appear 
reasonable and appropriate. 

(5) An employer shall retain an x-ray worker's per- 
sonal dosimeter records for a period of at least three 
years. O. Reg. 632/86, s. 12. 

13. Where a worker has received a dose equivalent 
in excess of the annual limits set out in column 4 of the 
Schedule in a period of three months, the employer 
shall forthwith investigate the cause of the exposure 
and shall provide a report in writing of the findings 
of the investigation and of the corrective action taken 
to the Director and to the joint health and safety com- 
mittee or health and safety representative, if any. s 
O. Reg. 632/86, s. 13. 

14. Where an accident, failure of any equipment or 
other incident occurs that may have resulted in 
worker receiving a dose equivalent in excess of the 
annual limits set out in column 3 of the Schedule, the 
employer shall notify immediately by telephone, tele- 
gram or other direct means the Director and the joint 

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health and safety committee or health and safety rep- 
resentative, if any, of the accident or failure and the 
employer shall, within forty-eight hours after the acci- 
dent or failure, send to the Director a written report of 
the circumstances of the accident or failure. O. Reg. 
632/86, s. 14. 

15.- — (1) This section applies onl> to x-ra> machines 
used for industrial radiography or industrial fluoros- 
copy but does not apply to an x-ray machine to which 
section 17 applies. 

(2) No x-ra> machine to which this section applies 
shall be used except by or under the super\ision of a 
competent person. 

(3) In addition to any other requirements of this 
Regulation, the following requirements apply with 
respect to every x-ray machine to which this section 
applies: 

1. The control panel of the x-ray machine shall 
have a plainly visible warning light to indi- 
cate when X rays are being produced in the 
x-ray tube. 

2. The x-ray machine, if installed in a perma- 
nent location or if designed for portable or 
mobile operation but used regularly in one 
location, shall be contained in an enclosure. 

3. No person shall be permitted in the enclosure 
required by paragraph 2 while x rays are 
being produced. 

4. The enclosure required by paragraph 2 shaD 
be provided with, 

i. reliable locks or interlocks to prevent 
any person from entering a radiation 
enclosure during an exposure, and 
where an exposure is terminated by an 
interlock, it shall only be possible to 
restart the exposure from the control 
panel, and 

ii. conspicuous warning lights of failsafe 
or redundant design near each en- 
trance to the enclosure that indicate 
when x ra>s are being produced, 

and paragraph 3 of section 1 1 does not apply. 

5. If the enclosure required by paragraph 2 is of 
such a size or is so arranged that the operator 
cannot readily determine whether it is un- 
occupied, it shall be provided with, 

i. suitable audible or visible pre-expo- 
sure warning signals within the enclo- 
sure that shall be actuated for not less 
than ten or more than thirty seconds 
immediately before the initiation of an 



x-ray exposure. 



ii. suitable audible or visible warning 
signals within the enclosure that shall 
be actuated during the x-ray expo- 
sure, and 

iii. a suitable exit to enable any person to 
leave the enclosure without delay and 
without having to pass through the 
priman.- x-ray beam or an effective 
means, within the enclosure, that, 

A. prevents or interrupts an x-ray 
exposure, 

B. cannot be reset from outside 
the enclosure, and 

C. can be reached without having 
to pass through the primary 
x-ray beam. 

6. An x-ray machine shall be operated, and, 
where an enclosure is required by paragraph 
2, the enclosure shall be shielded in such a 
manner that, 

i. an x-ray worker is not likely to receive 
an effective dose equivalent in excess 
of 1 millisievert per week, and 

ii. a worker who is not an x-ray worker is 
not likely to receive an effective dose 
equivalent in excess of 100 micro- 
sieverts per week. 

7. The employer shall ensure that a direct 
reading dosimeter of a suitable type is pro- 
vided to each x-ray worker who in the course 
of his or her work may be exposed to an air 
kerma rate in excess of 100 micrograys p)er 
hour. 

8. .An x-ray worker provided with a direct 
reading dosimeter shall use it and shall 
determine the amount by which its reading 
has increased during each work day and 
record that amount at the end of the work 
day. 

9. The employer shall retain the direct reading 
dosimeter records of each x-ray worker pro- 
vided with such a dosimeter for a period of at 
least three years. 

10. At least one radiation survey meter of a suit- 
able type shall be provided for each portable 
or mobile x-ray machine and it shall be cali- 
brated at least once even, twelve months and 
kept in good working order. O. Reg. 
632/86, s. 15. 

16. In addition to any other requirement of this 
Regulation, the following requirements apply to every 
.\-ray machine used for the diagnostic examination of 
animals: 



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1. Where practicable, radiographic procedures 
shall he performed in a room designed for the 
purpose of performing x-ray examinations of 
anima's. 

2. The air kerma due to leakage radiation from 
the x-ray tube housing or from an attached 
beam-limiting device shall not exceed 1 
milligray in one hour at a distance of one 
metre from the focal spot of the x-ray tube. 

3. Exposure duration shall be controlled by a 
preset timing mechanism and shall be 
initiated by a switch that requires positive 
action by the operator to continue the expo- 
sure and that allows the operator to remain at 
least two metres from the tube housing. 

4. To the extent practicabliv the dimensions of 
the useful beam shall be restricted to not 
more than those of the film. 

5. The film cassette shall not be held by hand 
during an exposure. 

6. The animal being x-rayed shall be restrained 
or supported by mechanical means where 
practicable. 

7. If an animal is required to be restrained or 
supported by hand, a protective apron and 
gloves, providing shielding equivalent to at 
least 0.5 millimetre of lead, shall be worn by 
any person providing the restraint or sup- 
port. 

8. A record of radiographic exposures, includ- 
ing the date, kilovoltage, tube current, and 
duration of each exposure, shall be main- 
tained and kept for at least one year. 
O. Reg. 632/86, s. 16. 

17. In addition to any other requirements of this 
Regulation, where an employer is in possession of an 
x-ray source in which the x-ray source, the object or 
the portion of the object being exposed to x rays and 
the detection device are enclosed in a cabinet that, 
independent of existing structures, provides radiation 
attenuation and prevents access to the x-ray beam, the 
employer shall comply with the following require- 
ments: 

1. A warning device that indicates when x rays 
are being produced shall be mounted on or 
near the cabinet in such a way as to be con- 
spicuous from any position from which the 
cabinet can be opened. 

2. Access doors and sample ports shall be 
interlocked with the x-ray source or with an 
adequately shielded shutter of failsafe design, 
and where operation has been interrupted by 
an interlock, it shall be possible to resume 
operation only from the control panel after 
the interlock has been reset. 



The cabinet shall be so arranged and shielded 
as to prevent the air kerma rate from 
exceeding 5 micrograys per hour at any 
accessible point 5 centimetres from the exter- 
nal surface, under all possible operating con- 
ditions. 



4. Cabinet x-ray equipment that is intended to 
permit the entr\- of a person shall also be pro- 
vided with, 

i. suitable audible or visible warning 
signals within the cabinet that shall be 
actuated for at least ten seconds 
immediately prior to the initiation of 
x-ray production after the closing of 
any door that is designed to permit 
human access into the cabinet, 

ii. suitable audible or visible warning 
signals within the cabinet that shall be 
actuated during x-ra>' production, and 

iii. effective means within the enclosure 
to prevent or interrupt the production 
of X rays, that cannot be reset from 
outside the enclosure and that can be 
reached without having to pass 
through the primary x-ray beam. 
O. Reg. 632/86, s. 17. 

18. In addition to any other requirements of this 
Regulation, where an employer is in possession of an 
.x-ray source that consists of analytic x-ray equipment 
to which section 1 7 does n-ot apply and that is primar- 
ily used to determine the structure or composition of a 
sample of a material, the employer shall comph' with 
the following requirements: 

1. The control panel shall have an indicator, in 
close proximity to the x-ray "ON/OFF" 
switch, that clearly indicates when x rays are 
being produced in the .x-ray tube. 

2. A warning light shall be mounted near each 
x-ray tube in such a way as to be clearly visi- 
ble from any direction' from which the tube 
can be approached, that indicates when x 
rays are being produced. 

3. The condition of each shutter, open or 
closed, shall be clearly indicated at or near 
the x-ray tube. 

4. Each port shall be designed in such a way 
that the x-ray beam can emerge only when a 
camera or other recording device is in its 
proper position, wherever practicable. 

5. At least one of the warning or safety devices 
mentioned in paragraphs 1 to 4 shall be of 
failsafe design. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



SSS9 



A guard or interlock which prevents entr>- of 
any part of the body into the primary beam 
path shall be used, wherever practicable. 

A shield shall be pro\-ided to absorb the 
primary beam at the nearest practicable pos- 
ition beyond the point of intersection of the 
beam and the sample that it is intended to 
irradiate. 



way as to prevent inadvertent opening. 
O. Reg. 632/86, s. 18. 

19. In apphing this Regulation, a procedure or 
device may var>- from the procedure or de\-ice pre- 
scribed in this Regulation if the protection afforded 
thereby is equal to or greater than the protection 
afforded by the procedure or de\-ice prescribed. 
O. Reg. 632/86, s. 19. 



8. All unused ports shall be secured in such a 20. Ontario Regulation 263/84 is revoked. 



Schedule 



PART OF BODY 
IRRADIATED 



EXPOSURE CONDITIONS 
AND COMMENTS 



DOSE EQUIVALENTT ANt>JUAL LIMIT 
(millisieverts) 



Coluran 1 



X-RAY WORKERS OTOER WORKERS 



Colunn 2 



Coluran 3 



Colunon 4 



Whole body or 
trunk of body 



Uniform irradiation 



50 



Partial or non- 
uniform irradia- 
tion of body 



The Lijnit applies to 
the EFFECTIVE DOSE 
EQUIVALENT defined 
in N3te (a) 



50 



Lens of eye 



Irradiated either alone 
or with other organs or 
tissues 



150 



50 



Skin 



•Rie limit applies to the 
mean dose equivalent to 
the basal cell layer of 
the epidermis for any 
area of skin of 1 square 
centimetre or more 



500 



50 



Individual 
organs or 
tissues other 
than lens of 
eye or skin 



The limit on effective 
dose equivalent applies, 
with an overriding limit on 
the dose equivalent to the 
individual organ or tissue 



500 



50 



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5560 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 632/86 

Notes to the Schedule ; 

(a_) The EFFECTIVE DOSE EQUIVALENT, Hg, is determined by the following 
formula: 

where: 

(i) T is an index for tissue type; 

( ii) Hj. is the annual dose equivalent in tissue T; 

(iii) Wj, is a weighting factor which has the followir»g values: 
0.25 for the gonads, 
0.15 for the breast, 
0.12 for the red bone marrow, 
0.12 for the lungs, 
0.03 for the bone surfaces, 
0.03 for the thyroid, 

0.06 for each of the five other organs or tissues receiving the 
highest dose equivalents, but excluding the skin, extremities and 
eye lenses. The exposure of all other remaining tissues can be 
neglected. When the qastro-intestinal tract is irradiated, the 
stomach, small intestine, upper large intestine and lower large 
intestine shall be considered as four separate organs; and 

( iv) IiMpHp is the sum of the Wjiip values for all irradiated tissues 
which receive more than 1 millisievert in a given year. 

(b) The annual limits do not include any dose equivalent received by a 
worker from background sources or received as a patient undergoing 
medical diagnostic or therapeutic procedures. 1 

(c_) Ihe annual limits include any dose equivalent received by a worker, as a 
consequence of his or her occupation, from all sources of ionizing 
radiation. 

O. Reg. 632/86, Sched. 



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Form 1 

Occupational Health and Safety Act 

APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATION 



Ontario Ministry Radiation Protection Registration 
of Labour Service No. 



Occupational Health and Safety Act 

Ontario Regulation 

X-Ray Safety 



Note: Insert "X" in all applicable boxes. 

The undersigned, as einployer Q <^^ ^s agent for the enployer ^"1 
applies for registration with the Radiation Protection Service of the 
Ministry of Labour. 

A. Ihe enp loyer is: 

Name Telephone Nd. 

Business Address 

City Postal Code 



B. The person to whom correspondence should be addressed is as at 
"A" P , 
or is: 

Name Telephone No. 

Position or Title 

Address 

Cit/ Postal Code 



C. The general nature of the employer's business is (check one category only): 

(~~| Industrial and Commercial 

(~] Veterinarian 

f~] Research and Development 

I I Education and Training 

( I Other ( Please specify) 



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5562 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 632/86 

D. As of the date of this registration, the employer is in possession of the 
followinq x-i^y sources at the locations indicated (for portable or mobile 
units indicate where normally stored): 

LOCATION (Room, 
MAKE MODEL Building, Street^ City) DATE INSTALLED 



Dated at , this day of 19 



Signature of Applicant Name (please type or print) 

O. Reg 632/86, Form 1. 



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II 



O Reg. 632/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 5563 

Form 2 
Occupational Health and Sirfety Act 

APPLICATION FOR REVIEW OF PERMANENT X-RAY LOCATION 

Ontario Ministry Radiation Protection Registration 

of Labour Service No. 



Occupational Health and Safety Act 

Ontario Regulation 

X-Ray Safety 



Note: Insert "X" in all applicable boxes» 

PART A: GENERAL 

The undersigned, as 

[~] employer Q owner | | contractor ( | architect Q engineer | | agent 

applies for review of a permanent x-ray locatiorw The application covers a 
total of x-ray sources in rooms» It is accompanied by related fkor 

plans in duplicate and by one completed Part B for each x-ray source for which 
review is sought. 

1. The name of the x-ray facility for which review is sought is 



2. The employer is: 

Name Telephone No, 

Number, Street 



City Postal Code 



3. The employer's registration number is OR 

the employer is not registered Q 

4. This application is submitted for the following reason: 

I I Opening of a new facility 

I I Relocation of sources 

I I Replacement of old sources in existing facilities 

( I Additional sources 



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5564 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 632/86 

I I Acquisit±Dn of existing facility from : 

Previous owner's name 

Reqistration No. 

( I Change of shielding provisions, structure, or safety devices 
I 1 Co m pliarce with Inspector's direction 

Operation is expected to com mence on the fiallowing date: 

19 . 

5, The x-ray source(s) will be (or are at present) located cis at 
2Q ,orat: 

Number, street 



City Postal Code 



6. The person who exercises (or will exercise) direction over the safe use and 
operation of the x^ciy source at the above location is the employerQ, or 
is: 

Name Telephone No. 



Position 



Relevant Qualifications 



7. The drawinc^s and specifications were prepared by: 
Q employer | | architect ( | other (specify) 



Name Telephone No. 

Number, Street 



City Postal Code 



8. The information set out in this application and in each Part B 

accompanying this application is accurate to the best of my knowledge. 



Dated at , this day of 19 



Signature of Applicant Name (please type or print) 



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PART B: SPECIFIC 

Please note: one copy of Part B is required for each x-ray source for whx:h 
review is sought. 

1. This sheet refers to x-ray source number of 

x-ray sources located in the room designated as and so 

marked on the eccompanying drawings. 

2. This x-ray source is used for 

ft is identified by: 

Make/Model Serial No. and has 

the fiollowing operating characteristics: 

(a) the maximum rated t\±)e voltage is kilovolts 

(b) the maximum rated tube current is milliamperes 

(c) the anticipated maximum workload is 

miUiamperB-minutes per week. 

3. The composition of the boundaries of the room , including windows and 
doors, are (give material types and thicknesses): 

Floor 

CeiUng 



Walls: North 
East 



South 
West 



Occupancy (See Note 1) Usage Factor (See Note 2) 
Direction Type Per Cent Per Cent 



Down 

Up 

North 

East 

South 

West 



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O. Reg. 633/86 



Note 1: Occupancy type is the nature of use of the area in the 
indicated direction relative to the x-ray source (e.g. 
office, waiting room, parking lot, etc.) Occupancy p)er cent 
is the fraction, expressed as a percentage, of the time the 
area will be occupied while the source is on (oinit if 
unknown. ) 

Note 2: The use factor is the fraction of the time the beam will be 
pointed in the direction indicated, as a percentage of the 
total time the source is on. For uncollimated, panoramic, 
or nultiple beams, the sum nay exceed 100%. 

The information given in this Part must correspond with that given on 
the accompanying floor plans. 



(9646) 



O. Reg. 632/86, Form 2. 
46 



OCCUPATIONAL HKALTH AM) 
SAFE lY ACr 

O. Reg. 633/86. 
Oil and Gas — Offshore. 
Made— October 30th, 1986. 
Filed— October 30th, 1986. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER 

THE OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH 

AND SAFETY ACT 

OIL AND GAS— OFFSHORE 



INTERPRETATION 

1. In this Regulation, 

'boom" means the projecting part of a backhoe, 
shovel, crane or similar lifting device from which a 
load is likely to be supported; 

'cathead" means a spool-shaped attachment on a 
winch around which rope for hoisting and pulling 
is wound; 

'Director" means the Chief Inspector of the Petroleum 
Resources Section, South- West Region, Ministry of 
Natural Resources; 

"drawworks" means the hoisting mechanism on a rig 
which raises or lowers the drill stem and bit; 



'flammable liquid" means a liquid having a flash point 
below 37.8° Celsius, and a vapour pressure below 
2 75 kilopascals ab.solute at 37.8° Celsius; 

'kell\" means the heavy steel pipe with four or .'^ix 
sides that is connected to the top of the drill pipe; 

'lifting device" means a device that is used to raise or 
lower an> material or object and includes its rails 
and other supports; 



prime mover 
power; 



means an initial source of motive 



"professional engineer" means a person who is licensed 
as a professional engineer under the Professional 
Engineers Act, 1984; 

"rig" means any rotar\- drilling ship, cable tool ship, 
barge, platform or other rig used for offshore oil 
or gas exploration, development, production, 
maintenance, workover, capping, plugging or 
abandonment operations; 

"transmission equipment" means any object or objects 
b>- which the motion of a prime mover is transmit- 
ted to a machine that is capable of utilizing such 
motion and includes a shaft, pulley, belt, chain, 
gear, clutch or other device. O. Reg. 633/86, s. 1. 

Part I 



2. In applying this Regulation, the composition^ 
design, size and arrangement of any material, object^: 



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5567 



de\àce or thing may var>- from the composition, 
design, size or arrangement prescribed if the factors of 
strength, health and safety are equal to or greater than 
the factors of strength, health and safety in the 
composition, design, size or arrangement prescribed. 
O. Reg. 633/86, s. 2. 

3. This Regulation applies to all work done offshore 
on or from a rig. O. Reg. 633/86, s. 3. 

4. The minimum age of a worker is eighteen years 
of age. O. Reg. 633/86, s. 4. 

5. Prior to the start of the drilling season, the owner 
of the licence of occupation under the Mining Act shall 
pro\nde a notice in writing to the Director, setting out, 

(a) the contents of the operating manual 
required under section 14; and 

(6 ) details of an emergency plan to rescue work- 
ers in the event of an emergency. O. Reg. 
633/86, s. 5. 

6. .\n emergency plan shall be prepared in writing 
and shall include, 

(a ) a suitable and rapid means of obtaining first 
aid help and transportation from the rig to a 
hospital for injured workers; and 

ib) the measures and procedures to be used to, 

(i) control a major fire, 

(ii) react to serious damage to the rig, 

(iii) evacuate the rig, and 

(iv) notifv- rescue personnel. O. Reg. 
633/86, s. 6. 

7. The written report required by section 25 of the 
Act shall include, 

{a ) the name and address of the employer; 

ib) the nature and the circumstances of the 
occurrence and the bodily injury- sustained; 

(c) a description of the machiner>- or equipment 
involved; 

(d ) the time and place of the occurrence; 

{e ) the name and address of the person who was 
killed or critically injured; 

if) the names and addresses of all witnesses to 
the occurrence; and 

(g) the name and address of the physician or 
surgeon, if any. who is attending or has 
attended the injur> . O. Reg. 633/86, s. 7. 



8. For the purposes of section 26 of the Act, notice 
of. 

[a ) an accident, explosion or fire which disables 
a worker from performing his usual work; or 

{b) an occupational illness, 

shall include, 

(c ) the name, address and type of business of the 
employer; 

id) the nature and the circumstances of the 
occurrence and the bodily injur> or illness 
sustained; 

(e) a description of the machinery or equipment 
involved; 

if) the time and place of the occurrence; 

, (g) the name and address of the person suffering 
the injur>- or illness; 

(h ) the names and addresses of all witnesses to 
the occurrence; 

(j) the name and address of the physician or 
surgeon, if any, who is attending or has 
attended the injury or illness: and 

{j) the steps taken to prevent a recurrence. 
O. Reg. 633/86, s. 8. 

9. A record of an accident, explosion or fire causing 
injur> requiring medical attention but not disabling a 
worker from performing his usual work shall be kept 
in the permanent records of the employer and include 
particulars of, 

(a) the nature and circumstances of the occurr- 
ence and the injur> sustained; 

(6) the time and place of the occurrence; and 

(c) the name and address of the injured per- 
son. O. Reg. 633/86, s. 9. 

10. .\ record kept as prescribed b\ section 9 for the 
inspection of an inspector shall be notice to the Direc- 
tor. O. Reg. 633/86, s. 10. 

11. .A record of the qualifications of all workers 
appointed as competent persons shall be kept in the 
permanent records of the employer for as long as the 
worker is employed with the employer. O. Reg. 
633/86. s. 11. 

P.ART II 

PREPARATION 

12. Muster lists shall be posted in two conspicuous 
locations on the rig and in each cabin. O. Reg. 
633/86, s. 12. 



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13. A muster list shall indicate, 

(a) emergency signals or alarms; 

(b) fire stations; 

(c) survival craft stations; 

(d) workers in charge of survival craft; and 



(e) procedures outlined in the emergency 
plan. O. Reg. 633/86, s. 13. 

14. An operating manual prescribing the pro- 
cedures to be followed shall be, 

(a) available for each drilling or related opera- 
tion; and 

(b) readily accessible to a worker on the drilling 
site. O. Reg. 633/86, s. 14. 

15. The employer shall ensure that a rig and its 
equipment is inspected for compliance with this Reg- 
ulation, 

(a) in port, by an inspector prior to the drilling 
season; and 

(b) by a worker who is a competent person at 
least once every thirty working days while in 
operation. O. Reg. 633/86, s. 15. 

16. The employer shall ensure that the derrick or 
mast is inspected by a competent person, 

(a) prior to being put into position, raised or 
lowered; and 

(b) at least once every year while in port. 
O. Reg. 633/86, s. 16. 

17. The employer shall ensure that firefighting and 
life saving equipment is inspected by a competent per- 
son at least once every two weeks. O. Reg. 633/86, 
s. 17. 

18. The employer shall ensure that a lifting device 
is examined by a competent person to determine its 
capability of handling the maximum load as rated, 

(a) prior to being used for the first time; and 

ib) thereafter as often as necessary but not less 
frequently than recommended by the manu- 
facturer and, in any case, at least once a 
year. O. Reg. 633/86, s. 18. 

19. Written reports of inspections required by this 
Regulation shall be made by a competent person and 
shall be kept. 



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(b) at the employer's principal office in Ontario 
for a period of five years, 

from the date of inspection. O. Reg. 633/86, s. 19. 

20. The employer shall ensure that for each crew of 
workers on a working rig. 



(a) a fire drill is held at least once every two 
weeks; 

(b) an evacuation drill is held at least once every 
four weeks; and 

(c) a man-over-board drill is held at least once 
every four weeks. O. Reg. 633/86, s. 20. 



Part III 

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS 

21. A worker required to wear or use any protective 
clothing, equipment or device shall be instructed and 
trained in its care and use before wearing or using the 
protective clothing, equipment or device. O. Reg. 

633/86, s. 21. 

22. Every worker who is exposed to the hazard of 
head injury shall wear head protection appropriate ir 
the circumstances. O. Reg. 633/86, s. 22. 

23. Every worker who is exposed to the hazard of 
eye injury shall wear eye protection appropriate in the 
circumstances. O. Reg. 633/86, s. 23. 

24. Every worker who is exposed to the hazard of 
foot injury shall wear foot protection appropriate in 
the circumstances. O. Reg. 633/86, s. 24. 

25. Long hair shall be suitably confined to prevent 
entanglement with any rotating shaft, spindle, gear, 
belt or other source of entanglement. O. Reg. 633/86, 
s. 25. 

26. Every worker who is exposed to the hazard of 
skin injury by contact with, 

(a) a noxious gas, liquid, fume or dust; 

(b) a sharp or jagged object which may 
puncture, cut or abrade his skin; 

(c) a hot object, hot liquid or molten metal; or 

(d) radiant heat, 

shall be provided with protection by the employer in 
the form of, 

(e) wearing apparel sufficient to protect the 
worker from injury; or 



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appropriate in the circumstances. 

s. 26. 



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27. Where a worker is exposed to the hazard of 
falling and the surface to which the worker might fall 
is more than three metres below the position where the 
worker is situated, 

(a) the employer shall pro\nde and the worker 
shall wear a fall arrest s>stem consisting of a 
serviceable safety belt or harness and lifeline 
adequately secured to a fixed support and so 
arranged that the worker cannot fall freely 
for a vertical distance of more than 1.5 
metres; and 

(b) the fall arrest system described in clause (a) 
shall, 

(i) have sufficient capacity to absorb 
twice the energ>- and twice the load 
that under the circumstances of its use 
may be transmitted to it, and 

(ii) be equipped with a shock absorber or 
other devices to limit the maximum 
arresting force to 8.0 kilonewtons to 
the worker. O. Reg. 633/86, s. 27. 

28. Ever>- worker who is exposed to the hazard of 
falling into water shall wear a life jacket. O. Reg. 
633/86, s. 28. 

29. Material, articles or things, 

(a ) required to be lifted, carried or moved shaD 
be lifted, carried or moved in such a way and 
with such precautions and safeguards, 
including protective clothing, guards or other 
precautions as will ensure that the lifting, 
carr>ing or moving of the material, articles or 
things does not endanger the safety of any 
worker; 

(b) shall be transported, placed or stored so that 
the material, articles or things, 

(i) will not tip, collapse or fall, and 

(ii) can be removed or withdrawn with- 
out endangering the safety of any 
worker; and 

(f ) to be removed from a storage area, pile or 
rack shall be removed in a manner that will 
not endanger the safety of an\- worker. 
O. Reg. 633/86, s. 29. 

30. Machiner> , equipment or material that may tip 
or fall and endanger any worker shall be secured 
against tipping or falling. O. Reg. 633/86, s. 30. 

31. Cylindrical objects stored on their side shall be 
piled s> mmetrically with each unit in the bottom row 



chocked or wedged to prevent motion. 
633/86. s. 31. 



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32. Barrels, drums or kegs that are piled on their 
ends shall have two parallel planks placed on top of 
each row before another row is added. O. Reg. 
633/86, s. 32. 

33. -^ storage cylinder for compressed gas shall, 

{a ) be secured in position during use; 

{b) have the valve protection cap in position 
when the cylinder is not in use; 

(c) when containing acetylene, be in an upright 
position; and 

(d) be protected from physical damage. 
O. Reg. 633/86, s. 33. 

34. .A silo, bin, hopper, structure, container or 
thing used for storing or containing bulk material may 
be entered only where, 

(a ) the supply of material thereto is stopped and 
precautions are taken that will prevent any 
further supply; 

(ft) mechanical equipment that may endanger a 
worker is, 

(i) disconnected from its power source, 
and 

(ii) locked out; 

(c) the space is ventilated to provide a safe 
atmosphere; 

(d) the space is tested for lack of ox>gen and 
presence of combustible gases; 

(e) the worker entering is wearing a safety har- 
ness or other similar equipment attached to a 
rope or lifeline; and 

if) at least one other worker equipped with a 
suitable alarm and capable of rendering any 
necessar>- assistance is keeping watch near- 
by. O. Reg. 633/86, s. 34. 

35. Where the operator of a crane or similar mat- 
erial handling equipment does not have a full \-iew of 
the intended path of travel of the crane or similar mat- 
erial handling equipment or its load, the crane or 
similar material handling equipment shall only be 
operated as directed by a signalman who is a compe- 
tent person imd who is stationed, 

(a) in full view of the operator; 

{b ) with a full view of the intended path of travel 
of the crane or similar material handling 
equipment and its load; and 



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(c) clear of the intended path of travel of the 
crane or similar material handling equipment 
and its load. O. Reg. 633/86, s. 35. 

36. Except for the purpose of a test of the material 
handling equipment, no material handling equipment 
shall be loaded in excess of its maximum rated 
load. O. Reg. 633/86, s. 36. 

37. A worker who may be exposed to a biological, 
chemical or physical agent that may endanger the 
worker's safety or health shall be trained, 

(a) in the precautions and procedures to be fol- 
lowed in the handling, use and storage of the 
agent; 

(b) in the proper use and care of required per- 
sonal protective equipment; and ' 

(c) in the proper use of emergency measures and 
procedures. O. Reg. 633/86, s. 37. 

38. No food, drink or tobacco shall be taken into, 
left or consumed in any room, area or place where any 
substance that is poisonous by ingestion is exposed. 
O. Reg. 633/86, s. 38. 

39. Containers used for handling or storage of cor- 
rosive, flammable or hazardous materials shall be, 

(a) appropriate for their intended use; 

(b) constructed to prevent spillage or leakage; 

(c) labelled to identify the contents; and 

(d) disposed of in a manner that will not 
endanger a worker's health or safety and 
complies with the requirements of the 
Ministry of the Environment. O. Reg. 

633/86, s. 39. 

40. A rig shall have an easily accessible eyewash 
station and deluge shower adjacent to the mud mixing 
facilities. O. Reg. 633/86, s. 40. 

41. — (1) In this section, "decibel" means decibel 
measured on a type 2 sound level meter conforming to 
the standard Z107.1 of the Canadian Standards 
Association operating on the A-weighting network 
with slow meter response. 

(2) Where a worker is exposed to a sound level of j 
ninety decibels or greater, measures shall be taken to 
reduce the sound level below ninety decibels and, 
where such measures are not practicable, 

(a) the duration of exposure set out in Column 2 
of the Table in subsection (5) shall not exceed 
the duration shown for the particular sound 
level set opposite thereto in Column 1 of the 
Table in subsection (5); or 



(3) Where a worker is exposed to a sound level of 
lis decibels or greater, the worker shall wear hearing 
protection. 

(4) Clearly visible warning signs containing the 
information set out in subsection (5) shall be posted at 
the approaches to an area where the sound level is 
more than ninety decibels. 

(5) Warning signs shall state, 

(a) the daily exposure for the particular sound 
level permitted by the following Table; and 

(b) that hearing protection must be worn when 
the daily exposure is more than that permit- 
ted for the particular sound level. 

Table 



Column 1 


Column 2 


Sound Level — 


Duration — Hours 


in Decibels 


per 24 hour Day 


90 


8 


92 


6 


95 


4 


97 


3 


100 


2 


102 


l'/2 


105 


1 


110 


1/2 


115 


!4 or less 


Over 115 


No exposure 



(6) Where hearing protection is required b>' this 
section, the protection shall be sufficient to reduce the 
sound level below the sound level in Column 1 of the 
Table in subsection (5) for the exposure corresponding 
to that duration in Column 2 of the Table in subsection 
(5). O. Res. 633/86. s. 41. 

42. Where a machine or prime mover or transmis- 
sion equipment other than a cathead, kelly or rotary 
table, has an exposed moving part that may endanger 
the safety of any worker, the machine or prime mover 
or transmission equipment shall be equipped with and 
guarded by a guard or other device that prevents 
access to the moving part. O. Reg. 633/86, s. 42. 

43. An in-running nip hazard or any part of a 
machine, device or thing that may endager the safety 
of any worker shall be equipped with and guarded by a 
guard or other device that prevents access to the pinch 
point. O. Reg. 633/86, s. 43. 



44. An emergency stop control on a power-driven 
machine shall, 



(a) be conspicuously identified; and 



(b) the person shall wear hearing protection. 



(b) be located within easy reach of th 
operator. O. Reg. 633/86, s. 44. 



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45. An operating control that acts as a guard for a 
ichine not otherwise guarded shall, 

(a) be in a location where the sEifety of the 
operator is not endangered by moving 
niachiner>-; 

(b) be arranged so that it cannot be operated 
accidentally; and 

(f ) not be made ineffective by a tie-down device 
or other means. O. Reg. 633/86, s. 45. 

46. A grinding wheel shall be. 

(a ) marked with the ma.ximum speed at which it 
may be used; 

(b) checked for defects before mounting; 

(f) mounted in accordance with the manufac- 
turer's specifications; 

id) operated at a speed which does not exceed 
the manufacturer's recommendations; 

ie) provided with protective hoods that enclose 
the wheel as closely as the work will permit; 

(f) operated onl>- by workers protected b> eye 
protection; and 

(g) stored where it will not be subjected to, 

(i) extreme heat or cold, or 

(ii) damage from impact. O. Reg. 

633/86, s. 46. 

47. A work rest for a grinding wheel shall, 

(a) have a maximum clearance of three mil- 
limetres from the grinding wheel; 

ib) be in a position above the centre line of the 
grinding wheel; and 

(c ) not be adjusted while the grinding wheel is in 
motion. O. Reg. 633/86, s. 47. 

48. — (1) A lifting device including a crane, pedestal 
or other mount shall, 

(a ) be capable of supporting the loads likely to be 
applied to it; 

ib) have the ma.ximum load rating clearly 
marked near the operating station; 

(c) when the hoisting equipment is a crane, 
have, 

(i) a load capacity chart that specifies 
boom angle and maximum working 



loads for each block, posted inside the 
control cab where load rating is more 
than five tons, and 

(ii) boom and block travel-limiting 
devices; 

id) have hooks equipped with safety catches; 

ie) be equipped with suitable ropes, chains, 
slings and other fittings so as to adequately 
protect all workers; 

(f) have all operating controls clearly identified; 

(g) be plainly marked with sufficient informa- 
tion so as to enable the operator of the device 
to determine the maximum rated load that 
the device is capable of lifting under any 
operating condition; 

ih) have a cab, screen, canopy guard or other 
adequate protection for the operator where 
the worker may be exposed to the hazard of 
falling material; 

(/) when it is a pneumatic or hydraulic hoist, 
have controls that automatically return to 
their neutral position when released; 

(j) be operated only by, 

(i) a competent person, or 

(ii) a worker being instructed who is 
accompanied by a competent person; 
and 

(k) be operated in such a way that, 

(i) no part of the load passes over any 
worker, 

(ii) where a worker may be endangered 
by the rotation or uncontrolled motion 
of a load, one or more guide ropes is 
used to prevent rotation or other 
uncontrolled motion, and 

(iii) when its load is in a raised position, 
the controls are attended b> an 
operator. 

(2) Subclause (1) (fe) (iii) does not apply to a hy- 
draulic hoist that supports the load from below and is 
fixed in one location. O. Reg. 633/86, s. 48. 

49. Hoisting controls operated from other than a 
cab or cage shall, 

(a ) be located so that they can be operated at a 
safe distance from a load being lifted; and 



(b) automatically return to their neutral position 
when released. O. Reg. 633/86, s. 49. 



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50. Where a lifting device is equipped with Hmit 
switches, the switches shall, 

(a ) automatically cut off the power and apply the 
brake when the limit is reached; and 

(h) when used as an operating control, have a 
second limit switch located beyond the con- 
trol limit switch. O. Reg. 633/86, s. 50. 

51. A crane, lift truck or similar equipment shall be 
used to support, raise or lower a worker only when, 

(a) the worker is on a platform, 

(i) equipped with adequate safety 
devices that will automatically pre- 
vent the platform and load from fal- 
ling if the platform's normal support 
fails, 

(ii) suspended from a boom, and the per- 
son is attached to a separate lifeline 
suspended from the boom or a fixed 
support capable of supporting at least 
four times the weight of the worker, 



(iii) attached to a mast or boom that, 

(A) is hydraulically or pneumati- 
cally operated, and 

(B) is equipped with a safety 
device that will prevent free 
fall of the platform in the event 
of a pressure line failure; 

(6) where the equipment is not designed for the 
specific purpose of hoisting personnel, the 
load applied to the crane, lift truck or similar 
equipment is less than one half the maximum 
rated load; 

(c) the platform has a sign indicating the load 
described in clause (b); 

(d) where controls are provided at more than one 
location, 

(i) each control station is provided with 
means whereby the operator can shut 
off power to the equipment, and 

(ii) interlocks have been provided so that 
only one station can be operative at 
any time; and 

(e) except when the controls are operated from 
the platform, the controls are attended and 
operated by another worker. O. Reg. 
633/86, s. 51. 



(a) at the perimeter of any area where there is a 
drop of more than one metre; 

ih) on a mud tank; and 

(c) where there is a hazard of falling into water 
or other hazardous material. 

(2) A guardrail shall consist of, 

(a) a top rail not less than 107 centimetres above 
the surface, floor or platform; 

(b) a mid rail located approximately mid vva> 
between the top rail and walking surface; 
and 

(f ) posts or uprights, supporting the top rail and 
spaced not more than three metres apart 
from centre to centre. 

(3) A guardrail shall, 

(a) be capable of withstanding any load likel\ to 
be applied to it; and 

■ (b) where tools or other objects may fall on any 
worker, have a toe-board extending from the 
floor platform or other surface to a height of 
not less than 125 millimetres. O. Reg. 

633/86, s. 52. 

53. A cover on an opening in a floor, roof or other 
surface shall be, . 

(a) secured in place; and 

(b) of sufficient strength to support, 

(i) any load likely to be applied to it, or 
(ii) 2.4 kilonewtons per square metre, 
whichever is greater. O. Reg. 633/86, s. 53. 

Part IV 

RIGS , 

54. Where natural lighting is inadequate to ensure * 
the safety of any worker, artificial lighting shall be 
provided and shadows and glare shall be reduced to a 
minimum. O. Reg. 633/86, s. 54. 

55. A rig shall have emergenc\- storage batteries or 
other system capable of supplying power for twent\- 
four continuous hours, sufficient to operate, 

(a) the marine radio required under the Ship 
Station Radio Regulation- made under the 
Canada Shipping Act for transmitting or 
receiving on the distress frequency; 



52. — (1) There shall be a guardrail. 



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(f ) the lighting required in communications and 
navigational control areas of the drill 
unit. O. Reg. 633/86, s. 55. 

56. A rig shall have emergency lighting that, 

(a) turns on automatically when the regular 
lighting fails; 

ib) is independent of the regular lighting source; 

(f ) pro\-ides adequate lighting for evacuation of 
the area; and 

(rf) is tested at least once ever>- three months, but 
not less frequently than recommended by the 
manufacturer to ensure the system will func- 
tion in an emergency, 

in work places that are, 

{€) a communication centre; 

if) a drill floor; 

[g] a well control area; 

(/;) a stairway; 

(/) an exit; 

(j) a machiner>' generator area; 

ik) an area where lighting is required for well 
control; 

(/) a passageway; 

(m) a navigation control area; or 

(h) a survival craft embarkation station. 
O. Reg. 633/86, s. 56. 

57. The rig shall be kept clean, tidy and free from 
accumulation of waste materials, oil and mud in all 
areas used by a worker. O. Reg. 633/86, s. 57. 

58. \Valkwa>s and the area around the base of a 
derrick ladder shall be clear of obstruction. O. Reg. 

633/86. s. 58. 

59. Each enclosed work place at or near which a 
worker regularh" works on a rig shall have a least two 
exists. O. Reg. 633/86, s. 59. 

60. An e.\it shall, 

{a ) be located as distant from the next required 
exit as practicable; 

ib) be suitably identified with a sign; and 

(c) when the opening is covered by a door, have 
the door hinged to open in the direction of 
exit travel. O. Reg. 633/86, s. 60. 



61. A diesel or gas powered engine shall, 

(a) be located in an area where combustible 
gases are not likely to be present; 

[b) be located as far as practicable from the 
centre line of the well bore; 

{c ) be equipped with an emergency stop control; 

(d) be equipped with a fire extinguishing system 
when in an enclosed area; and 

(e) be equipped with one fire extinguisher hav- 
ing a U.L.C. rating of twenty BC or higher in 
an open area. O. Reg. 633/86, s. 61. 

62. No person shall smoke during emergencies or in 
any area except those, 

(a) used for recreation; 

(6) used for accommodation purposes; or 

(f) designated by the employer as a smoking 
area. O. Reg. 633/86, s. 62. 

63. Where welding or flame-cutting is planned, the 
worker shall, prior to starting work, 

(a) inspect the working area for fire hazards; 

(b) test for the presence of combustible gases; 

U ) notify other workers that may be affected by 
this work; and 

(</) ensure that fire fighting equipment is readily 
available. O. Reg. 633/86, s. 63. 

64. — (1) No person under the influence of, or car- 
r\nng, an intoxicating alcoholic beverage shall enter, or 
be on. or knowingly be permitted to enter, or be on, a 
rig. 

(2) Subject to subsection (3), no person under the 
influence of, or carr>ing, a drug or narcotic substance 
shall enter, or be on, or knowingly be permitted to 
enter, or be on, a rig. 

(3) .\ person required to use a drug for a medical 
purpose and able to perform work may enter and be on 
a rig upon establishing medical proof thereof. 
O. Reg. 633/86, s. 64. 

65. A rig shall have, 

(a ) emergency equipment and life-saving devices 
sufficient in number to provide for the escape 
of all workers; 

(b) a light-weight manoeuverable rescue boat; 



(c) a suitable means of launching all survival or 
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(d) at least four life buoys, of which at least two 
shall have self-igniting lights; 

(e) life-jackets sufficient in number to provide 
one for each worker, and in addition, a suffi- 
cient number of life-jackets at each survival 
craft embarkation station to provide one each 
for 25 per cent of the workers for whom 
accommodation is available on the survival 
craft; 

(f) personal floatation devices suitable for per- 
forming work which are sufficient in number 
to provide one each for every worker on shift 
at any one time; 

(g) a line throwing apparatus and twelve distress 
signals; 

(h) at least one buoyant personnel transfer bas- 
ket, except where the drilling unit is not 
equipped with a crane or where there are 
fewer than three workers; 

(i) first-aid requirements specified under the 
Workers' Compensation Act; and 

(j) at least two workers per shift who possess a 
standard first-aid certificate from St. John 
Ambulance. O. Reg. 633/86, s. 65. 

66. Life rafts shall be, 

(a) sufficient in number so that their combined 
capacity is capable of accommodating at least 
two workers more than the maximum 
number of workers present at any time; 

{b) so located that one half of the life rafts are on 
one side of the rig and the balance on another 
side; and 

(c) equipped with first aid supplies. O. Reg. 

633/86, s. 66. 

67. A life-buoy shall be, 

(a) equipped with a line approved by Canada 
Coast Guard whose length is at least one and 
one-half times the distance from the life-buoy 
station to the water line at shallow drafts; 

(b) located so as to be readily available to any 
worker; and 

(c) stored in a location which is clearly identified 
by a sign or other means. O. Reg. 633/86, 
s. 67. 

68. A rig shall be equipped with, 

(a) self-contained breathing apparatus sufficient 
in number for the working crew, located in 
areas readily available to the working area; 



(b) at least two portable hydrogen sulphide gas 
detectors; 

(c) at least two portable combustible gas detec- 
tors; and 

(d) at least two portable oxygen gas detectors. 
O. Reg. 633/86, s. 68. 

69. A rig shall be equipped with survival suits, 

(a) approved by Canada Coast Guard; 

(b ) sufficient in number for at least two workers 
more than the maximum number of workers 
present at any time; and 

(c) located in areas convenient to working, 
accommodation and survival craft embarka- 
tion areas. O. Reg. 633/86, s. 69. 

70. A rig shall be equipped with fire protection and 
detection equipment. O. Reg. 633/86, s. 70. 

71. A rig shall have a general alarm system con- 
sisting of a hailer or public address system that is audi- 
ble in the work place. O. Reg. 633/86, s. 71. 

72. A general alarm shall be sounded to alert work- 
ers when there is a danger to, 

(a) the safety of the workers; 

(b ) the security of the drilling unit or the well; or 

(c ) the health of the workers due to the presence 
of toxic or combustible gases. O. Reg. 

633/86, s. 72. 

73. A rig shall have a radio communication system , 
that, ' I 

(a) includes a very high frequency marine radio 
telephone; 

(b) includes a radio capable of communicating 
with any support craft used in connection 
with the drilling operations; 

ic) has an emergency back-up system; and 

{d) has a competent person available to, 

(i) maintain a listening watch on the 
156.8 MHz frequency, and 

(ii) monitor all movements of any support 
craft operating between the rig and 
the shore. O. Reg. 633/86, s. 73. 

74. A helicopter used in conjunction with an 
offshore rig shall carry a sufficient number of immer- 
sion suits to provide one for each crew member and 
passenger when surface water temperature is below 
18° Celsius. O. Reg. 633/86, s. 74. 



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75. Where a helicopter deck on a rig is used it shall 



be, 



(a) so located as to have an unobstructed 
approach path on at least a 210° sector; 

(b) capable of supporting any type of helicopter 
than is likely to land on it; 

(c) equipped with, 

(i) tie-down devices for at least one 
helicoper, 

(ii) internationally recognized markings, 

(iii) deck lights suitable for night fixing 
where night flights are made, 

(iv) a non-skid deck surface, and 

(V) safety nets around the perimeter of the 
deck; 

(d) equal to or larger than the rotor diameter of 
any single-main rotor helicopter that is likely 
to land on the deck; and 

(e) kept clear of obstructions. O. Reg. 633/86, 

s. 75. 



76. Rigs shall not be used for helicopter refuel- 
ling. O. Reg. 633/86, s. 76. 

77. .A personnel transfer basket shall, 

(a) not be used to transfer cargo except in an 
emergency; 

(b) only be used under conditions of good \-isi- 
bility and weather; 

(f) be raised or lowered over water to the 
greatest extent practicable; and 

id) be operated by a comp)etent person. O. Reg. 

633/86, 5. 77. 

78. Living quarters for the drilling crews shall be, 

(a) equipped with at least four self-contained 
breathing apparatus; 

ib) clean and sanitarx-; 

(c) capable of being heated to at least 20° Cel- 
sius; and 

(d ) equipped with a smoke detector and alarm in 
each room. O. Reg. 633/86, s. 78. 



79. .\ rig shall have. 



(a) its hull, superstructure, bulkheads and decks 
constructed of material at least as resistant to 
fire as steel; 

(b ) a means of embarking all workers so as not to 
endanger them; 

(c) a system of ventilation adequate to ensure 
that the gas, vapour, dust or fume does not 
reach a hazardous concentration; 

(d) ventilators, ports and other openings in any 
room so arranged that they can be closed; 

(e) its derrick or mast constructed to support any 
load likely to be applied to it without 
exceeding the maximum rated load; and 

{f) its drilling depth limited to comply with 
clause (e). O. Reg. 633/86, s. 79. 

80. Drilling equipment shall be constructed to 
withstand all loads or pressure applied to it without 
exceeding the ma.\imum rated load. O. Reg. 633/86. 

s. 80. 

81. A cathead shall, 

(a) be operated by a competent person; 

(6) when a rope is manually operated on it, be, 

(i) equipped with a blunt smooth-edged 
rope divider that has a clearance from 
the friction surface of the cathead of 
seven millimetres or less, and 

(ii) operated only when the operating area 
is clear and the portion of the rope not 
in use is coiled or spooled; 

(c) be located so that there is at least 500 mil- 
limetres of working area between the outer 
flanges and a substructure, guardrail or wall; 

(d) have its controls attended while in use; 

(e) when a rope or line is in use, have all other 
ropes and lines placed so that they cannot 
come in contact with, 

(i) the cathead, or 

(ii) the rop)e or line in use on the cathead; 

(f) when automatic, have a separate control 
except where, 

(i) dual purpose controls are used, and 

(ii) a locking device prevents an automa- 
tic cathead from being accidentally 
engaged while the other is in opera- 
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(c) have the safe-working load established by, 
(i) a professional engineer, or 



(h) when unattended, be kept free of contact 
with any rope or line; and 

(i) have only ropes or lines free from splaces 
come in contact with the friction sur- 
face. O. Reg. 633/86, s. 81. 

82. A travelling block shall, 

(a) be equipped with securely attached sheave 
guards; 

(b) be free of projecting bolts, nuts, pins or parts; 
and 

(c) have any hook to which equipment is 
attached equipped with, 

(i) a safety latch, or 

(ii) a wire rope safety line. O. Reg. 
633/86, s. 82. 

83. A counterweight above a derrick floor, when 
not fully encased or running in permanent guides, shall 
be held to the frame of the derrick with a wire rope 
safety line that, 

(a) is not less than sixteen millimetres in diame- 
ter; and 

(b) will prevent the counterweight from coming 
within 2.4 metres of the floor. O. Reg. 
633/86, s. 83. 

84. A make-up or breakout tool shall have a safety 
device that prevents its uncontrolled movement. 
O. Reg. 633/86, s. 84. 

85. A rotary drilling table shall not be used for final 
making up or initial breaking out of a pipe connec- 
tion. O. Reg. 633/86, s. 85. 

86. Drilling shall occur only if, 

(a) all workers and loose materials are clear of 
the drill; 

(b) visual obstructions are removed; and 

(c) other measures are taken to protect workers 
from hazards created by the cathead and 
tong lines. O. Reg. 633/86, s. 86. 

87. A hoisting rope, chain, sling or fitting shall, 

(a) not be loaded beyond the safe- working load; 

(b) not be used to raise or lower a worker, other 
than an injured worker in case of emergency; 
and 



(ii) the manufacturer. O. Reg. 633/86, 
s. 87. 

88. A hoisting rope shall be, 

(a) securely fastened to the winding drum with 
at least five full wraps remaining on the 
drum at any time; 

(b ) removed from a drum only when the travel- 
ling block is, 

(i) lying on the derrick floor, or 

(ii) supported by means of a separate wire 
rope; and 

(c) equipped with a reliable weight indicator 
that, if hung above the floor, is secured by 
means of a safety line or chain. O. Reg. 
633/86, s. 88. 

89. Stairways shall be installed, 

(a) beside the ramp to a derrick floor and 
extending from the deck to the derrick floor: 
and 

(b) at the outer end of a walkway which is sixty- 
one centimetres or more above the deck and 
extending from the deck to the walk- 
way. O. Reg. 633/86, s. 89. 

90. Ladder platforms shall be, 

(a) in place adjacent to a derrick ladder, other 
than where the ladder has a climbing device 
that protects the worker from falling; and 

j 

(b) located. 



(i) at the crown of all drill rigs, and 



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(ii) approximately equidistant but nine 
metres or less apart. O. Reg. 633/86, 

s. 90. 

91. Where a worker is stationed on an elevated 
platform on the derrick or mast, an auxiliar>' means of 
escape shall, 

(a) be in place at the working platform; and I 

(b) consist of a specially rigged and securely 
anchored escape line or system. O. Reg., 
633/86, s. 91. >> 



92. A pipe, kelly hose, cable or rope shall not 
used to slide down, other than the escape line in case o] 
emergency. O. Reg. 633/86, s. 92. 



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(a) be capable of supporting the loads to which it 
is to be subjected: 

(b) have a means of preventing pipes and other 
round material from falling out of the rack; 
and 

(f) be loaded or unloaded in such a way that no 
worker is. 

(i) on top of the load, or 

(ii) between the load and the pipe 
rack. O. Reg. 633/86. s. 93. 

94. Drawworks shall, 

(a) have a reliable locking mechanism to hold 
down the brakes in the engaged position; 

(6) be tested for adequate brake function at the 
beginning of each shift; 

(f) except during drilling, be attended at all 
times while the hoisting drum is in motion; 

id) except if equipped with an automatic feed 
control, when unattended have the brakes 
secured in the engaged position; and 

(e) be put in motion only when all workers 
are clear of machiner>- and lines. O. Reg. 
633/86. s. 94. 

95. Explosives and detonators shall be stored, 

(a) separately; 

(b) as far as practicable from, 

(i) work areas, 

(ii) li\ing quarters, 

(iii) sources of ignition, and 

(iv) sources of physical damage; 

(c) in an area protected from lightning and other 
sources of electricity; 

(d) in quantities not exceeding fifty kilograms on 

a rig; and 

(e) in a magazine that, 

(i) is conspicuously marked by 
"DANGER— EXPLOSIVES" signs, 

(ii) is securely constructed and locked 
except when required to be opened for 
the issue or receipt of explosives. 



(iii) provides partitions to separate two or 
more explosives, and 

(iv) is constructed or lined or covered so as 
to prevent the exposure of the explo- 
sive to any grit. iron, steel or similar 
substance. O. Reg. 633/86, s. 95. 

96. .\ competent person shall be placed in charge of 
the explosives magazine to, 

(a) issue and receive explosives; 

(ft) inspect the condition and contents of the 
magazine once a week; and 

(c) issue a report in writing to a supervisor as to 
the condition and contents of the magazine as 
identified during the inspection required in 
clause (ft). O. Reg. 633/86, s. 96. 

97. Electrical equipment shall, 

(a) comply with the Institute of Electrical and 
Electronics Engineers Recommended Prac- 
tice for Electrical Installations on Shipboard 
Standard 45-1983; 

(ft) be explosion proof, 

(i) within four metres horizontally from 
the centre Une of the well bore, 

(ii) within three metres verticall\ above 
the drill floor, 

(iii) within three metres vertically below 
the drill floor, 

(iv) within three metres vertically and 
horizontally from a mud ditch, shale 
shaker, degasser and mud tank, and 

(v) in any enclosed high fire hazard area; 

(c) be suitable for its intended use; and 

(d) be equipped with two manual shut off 
switches located distant from each other, 
which will disconnect the circuit from 
the power plant to the drilling equipment. 
O. Reg. 633/86, s. 97. 

98. Well stimulation and similar operations shall, 

(a) be equipped with a check valve as close as 
practicable to the well head riser, except 
where cementing or selective acidizing is 
being done; 

(ft) where liquid carbon dioxide is being used, be 
controlled from a position on the far side of 
the pumping unit when viewed from the well 
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(c) not be carried out until wori^ers are removed 
a distance of three metres from the well head 
riser; 

(d) be equipped with fire protection positioned to 
control the increase hazard of fire where 
flammable fluids are being pumped by two or 
more pumping units, including blenders; 

(e) be equipped with bleed-off valves to release 
pressure before pipe connections are broken; 
and 

(/) have controls readily operated from the 
rig floor when oil savers are used. O. Reg. 

633/86, s. 98. 

99. A system used to maintain drilling fluid shall, 

(a) be equipped with a pressure relief device 
adequate to vent excess pressure in a con- 
trolled manner; 

(b) vent excess pressure to an area which will not 
endanger workers; 

(c) be designed by a professional engineer; and 

(d) incorporate a testing and control procedure 
for hydrogen sulphide where oil, water or gas 
has been encountered. O. Reg. 633/86, 
s. 99. 

100. A blow-out prevention system shall meet the 
requirements of Regulation 752 of Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1980 made under the Petroleum Resources 
Act and any regulations thereunder. O. Reg. 633/86, 
s. 100. 



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46 



OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND 
SAFETY ACT 

O. Reg. 634/86. 
Diving Operations. 
Made— October 30th, 1986. 
Filed— October 30th, 1986. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY ACT 

DIVING OPERATIONS 

INTERPRETATION 

1. In this Regulation, 

"ambient pressure" means the external pressure on the 
body of a diver; 



"atmospheric diving system" means a diving system in 
which the ambient pressure for the person using 
the system is normal atmospheric pressure; 

"bail-out system" means an independent breathing-gas 
supply carried by the diver, of sufficient quantity 
to return the diver to the surface, bell or emergency 
supply in the event of a malfunction of the primary 
gas supply; 

"bottom time" means the total elapsed time, measured 
in minutes, from the time a descending diver leaves 
the surface to the time the diver begins final ascent, 
rounded to the next whole minute; 

"buddy line" means a line consisting of polythene ro])e, 
seven millimetres in diameter and three metres in 
length, that can be securely attached to each diver; 



'closed bell" 
chamber; 



means a .submersible compression 



"decompression sickness" means a disease caused by 
the formation of gas bubbles in the blood or body 
tissues as a result of pressure reduction; 

"decompression table" means the procedure that a 
diver follows during the ascent from depth in order 
to minimize the risk of decompression sickness; 

"deep diving operation" means any mode of diving to 
depths greater than fifty metres; 

"Director" means the Director of the Construction 
Health and Safety Branch of the Ministr\ of 
Labour; 

"diver" means a worker who performs work under 
water; 

"diver's tender" means a worker who tends divers; 

"diving bell" means a surface-tethered structure that 
can accommodate divers under water; 

"diving operation" means work performed underwater 
for commercial, industrial, construction or 
environmental purposes and includes the under- 
water inspection, alteration, repairer maintenance! 
of equipment, machinery, structures or ships and! 
the salvage of sunken property of a commercial or j 
industrial nature; 

"diving plant and equipment" means all plant and 
equipment that form part of the life-support system 
of a diver; 

"diving supervisor" means a competent person having 
complete responsibility for a diving operation, 
including responsibility for the safety and health of 
all diving personnel; 

"free swimming" means diving while using 
S.C.U.B.A., with the diver supervised but not 
tethered to the surface by a lifeline or float; 



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"hyperbaric chamber" means a pressure vessel and 
associated equipment designed for the purpose of 
applying greater than atmospheric pressure on the 
body of a diver; 

"lifeline" means a manilla rope nineteen millimetres in 
diameter having a breaking strength of not less 
than 2,454 kilograms; 

"life-support hose bundle" means a composite hose and 
cable or separate cables extending from the surface 
to the diver or to the pressure vessel of occupancy 
of the diver that supplies breathing gas, power, 
heat or communication as required; 

"liveboating" means the support of a surface-supplied 
diver from a vessel under way, but does not include 
towing the diver; 

"locked-out" means made inoperable by means of a 
padlock for which the key is held only by a person 
authorized by the diving supervisor; 

"lock-out submersible" means a self-propelled, 
tethered or untethered, submersible compression 
chamber from which a diving operation can be car- 
ried out, and that has a separate 1-atmosphere 
chamber from which the submersible is piloted; 

"mixed gas" means a respirable breathing mixture, 
other than air, that provides adequate oxygen 
to support life and does not cause detrimen- 
tal physiological effects, particularly excessive 
breathing resistance or impairment of neurological 
function; 

"no decompression limit" means that, in accordance 
with the diving decompression table in use for the 
depth and duration of the dive, no decompression 
stop is required during the ascent; 

"open bell" means a surface-tethered structure that can 
accommodate divers underwater and is fitted with 
an onboard life-support system; 

"saturation diving" means a technique of diving in 
which the decompression table used allows a bot- 
tom time of unlimited duration; 

"S.C.U.B.A." means a self-contained underwater 
breathing apparatus and includes a self-contained 
open-circuit compressed air breathing apparatus; 

"stage" means a cage, basket or platform in which a 
diver ma\ be lowered to or raised from a work site; 

"stand-by diver" means a diver who is fully equipped 
to dive and is ready to enter the water, with all 
life-support and communications equipment tested 
and at hand, but not necessarily with the helmet, 
face plate or face mask in place, trained and equip- 
ped to operate at the depths and in the cir- 
cumstances in which the submerged diver is 
operating and prepared to render assistance to the 
submerged diver in the event of an emergency; 



"submersible compression chamber" means a hyp)er- 
baric chamber designed for transporting divers at 
atmospheric pressure or at an elevated pressure 
from the surface to the work site and vice versa, 
and includes untethered lock-out submersibles; 

'surface-supply dix-ing" means a diWng technique in 
which the diver is supplied from the dive location 
with a breathing mixture, by way of an umbilical; 

"therapeutic recompression" means the recompression 
treatment of a diver in accordance with approp- 
riate tables and practices; 

'umbilical" means a life-support hose bundle; 

'vessel under wa\" means a vessel that is not at 
anchor, made fast to the shore or a fixed structure, 
or aground; 

'work site" means an underwater location where work 
is performed. O. Reg. 634/86, s. 1. 

P.ART I 



2. This Regulation applies to ever>- employer, 
supervisor, worker and constructor engaged in a div- 
ing operation. O. Reg. 634/86, s. 2. 

3. In applying this Regulation, a procedure and the 
composition, design, size and arrangement of any mat- 
erial, object, device or thing may var\- from the proce- 
dures, composition, design, size or arrangement pre- 
scribed in this Regulation if the factors of strength, 
health and safety are equal to or greater than the fac- 
tors of strength, health and safety in the procedure, 
composition, design, size or arrangement prescribed. 
O. Reg. 634/86, s. 3. 

4. The constructor of a project in which a diving 
operation is to take place and an employer who will be 
engaged in a diving operation shall, before commenc- 
ing the diving operation, 

(a) notify the Director by telephone of the loca- 
tion and duration of the diving operation and 
confirm this notification in writing to the 
Director; 

(b) notify the Director in writing prior to the use 
of mi.xed gas diving operations, a copy of 
which shall be available on the dive site for 
inspection; 

(c) notifv' harbour masters and, where it is 
necessan»' in the interests of safety, notify 
navigable water authorities, police depart- 
ments, fire departments and upstream or 
adjacent industrial plants producing proba- 
ble contamination, that a diving operation is 
to take place and the location thereof, a copy 
of which shall be available on the dive site for 
inspection; 



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(d) appoint in writing a diving supervisor; and 

(e) set out in writing the operational procedures 
to be used on the diving operation and a con- 
tingency plan for emergencies, a copy of 
which shall be available on the dive site for 
inspection. O. Reg. 634/86, s. 4. 

5. — (1) The diving supervisor shall be in direct 
control of the diving operation and shall take every 
precaution reasonable in ilie circumstances for the 
protection of a diver. 

(2) Without limiting the generality of subsection (1), 
the diving supervisor shall, 

(a) establish a diving plan which shall be sub- 
mitted in writing to the employer before 
commencement of the diving operation; 

(b) advise the workers of the diving plan and of 
the emergency procedures that are to be fol- 
lowed in the event of a malfunction of the 
equipment or system; 

(c) ensure that the diver is competent to perform 
the work; 

(d) immediately before each dive, review the 
nature of the hazards in the work site and 
ensure that the diver fully understands the 
hazards involved as well as those likely to be 
encountered in the diving operation; 

ie) ensure that, 

(i) all necessary equipment and diving 
plant, including umbilicals, winches, 
cables, chambers and motors used in a 
diving operation are provided and 
maintained in good operating condi- 
tion and examined daily by a compe- 
tent person, 

(ii) there are a sufficient number of com- 
petent persons at the dive site, 

(iii) breathing gas is free of contamination, 
and 

(iv) the diving operation is conducted 
from a suitable and safe place; 

(/) when diving operations are in progress, 
ensure that appropriate warning devices are 
displayed to define the area to be kept clear 
of any equipment other than that connected 
with the diving operation; 

(g) ensure that a stand-by diver is present at all 
times when diving operations are in progress; 

ih) except in the case of accident or unavoidable 
circumstances, ensure that a diver is not 
permitted to remain at any depth longer than 

2 



the maximum time planned for the depth of 
the dive; 

(i) supervise all therapeutic recompressions; 

(J) while acting as supervisor, not dive except in 
an emergency; and 

(k) terminate or interrupt the diving operation if, 
in the diving supervisor's opinion, con- 
tinuance of the operation is likely to endanger 
the health or safety of any worker engaged in 
the operation. O. Reg. 634/86, s. S. 

6. — (1) Every diver shall ensure and the diving 
supervisor shall be satisfied that the signals and pro- 
cedures in use and, where applicable, the duties and 
instructions of the diving partner and all others with 
whom the diver works, are completely understood. 

(2) A diver shall not dive unless, 

(a) the diver has undergone a medical examina- 
tion as prescribed in subsection 34 (1) and has 
submitted to the employer the written state- 
ment of the physician obtained in accordance 
with subsection 34 (4); 

(b) the diver is not physically or emotionalh' 
fatigued; 

(c) the diver has not consumed alcohol or drug.^ 
which would impair diving abilities; and 

(d) the diving supervisor is satisfied that the 
diver is capable of functioning safely and- 
effectively under water. I 

(3) A diver shall inform the diving supervisor if ht 
or she is unfit to dive. 

(4) Immediately before each dive, the diver shall 
check that all required equipment is in place and prop- 
erly fastened and all apparatus is functioning. 

(5) Before descent, the same check as that required 
in subsection (4) shall be conducted in the water by the 
diver. 

(6) On completion of any dive that does not require 
decompression, the diver shall remain under observa- 
tion for a period of time sufficient, in the opinion of the 
diving supervisor, to ensure the welfare of the diver. 

(7) On completion of any dive requiring decompres- 
sion stops, the diver shall remain under observation in 
the general area of the hyperbaric chamber for sm 
minimum period of one hour but this period of obser-1 
vation shall be extended if, in the opinion of the diving 
supervisor, it is necessary to ensure the safety of tht 
diver. 



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(8) A diver shall not fly in any aircraft at an altitude 
exceeding 300 metres above sea level for twenty-foitf 
hours after completion of any decompression 



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(9) A sturd> medical alert tag or bracelet displaying | control valves, pressure gauges, reserve gas-supply 



the words, "DIVER — IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 
TAKE IMMEDIATELY TO A HYPERBARIC 
FACILITY", shall be worn by each diver for at least 
twenty-four hours after completing each dive. 
O. Reg. 634/86, s. 6. 

7. Even.- standy-by diver shall, 

(a) be trained and equipped to operate at the 
depths and in the circumstances in which the 
submerged diver is operating; 

(b) either at the surface diving base or in the 
diving bell, have a stand-by umbilical or a 
lifeline that shall be, 

(i) of sufficient length to reach an 
operating diver in all cases, and 

(ii) where the umbilical or lifeline 
attached to the operating diver has 
not become separated from the diver's 
tender, at least three metres longer 
than the umbilical or the lifeline of the 
operating diver; 

(c) only enter the water in the event of an 
emergency; and 

(rf) be positioned so as to be capable of rendering 
immediate emergency assistance at all times. 
O. Reg. 634/86, s. 7. 



Part II 

EQUIPMENT 



8.^ — (1) .\I1 diving equipment including breathing 
apparatus, compressors, compressed-gas cylinders, 
gas control valves, pressure gauges, reserve gas-supply 
devices, piping, helmets, winches, cables, dixing bells 
or stages and all other accessories necessary.' for the safe 
conduct of the diving operation shall be, 

(a) of sound construction, adequate strength and 
free from patent defect; 

(b) maintained in a condition that will ensure its 
continuing operating integrity and suitability 
for its actual use; 

(c) adequately protected against malfunction at 
low temperatures that maj- be caused by, 

(i) ambient air or water, or 
(ii) the expansion of gas; and 

(d) examined, tested, overhauled and repaired in 
accordance with the manufacturer's recom- 
mended procedures. 



(2) Record books shall be kept for breathing 
apparatus, compressors, compressed gas cylinders, gas 

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devices, piping, helmets, winches, cables and diving 
bells or stages, and servicing and repairs thereto shall 
be entered in the records and dated and signed by the 
persons performing the examination, servicing and 
repairing. 

(3) The record books shall be kept for a period of 
one year after the equipment is no longer used. 
O. Reg. 634/86, s. 8. 

9. — (1) When di\-ing is in progress, a surface diving 
base shall be equipped with, 

(a) if S.C.U.B.A. is being used, one complete 
spare set of underwater breathing apparatus 
with fully charged cylinders for emergency 
purposes only; 



(ft) an adequate quantity 
therapeutic purposes; 



of oxygen for 



(c) one shot-line of weighted nineteen millimetre 
manilla of sufficient length to reach the bot- 
tom at the maximum depth of the work site; 

(d) a first-aid kit appropriate for the size of the 
work crew and diving location; 

ie) one complete set of decompression tables; 

(/) a suitable heated facility for the use of work- 
ers that is located on or as near as possible to 
where the dive is to be made; 

(g) a two-way communication system between 
the surface diving base and emergency ser- 
vices; and 

(ft) such other equipment as may be necessan, to 
protect the health and safet> of a worker. 

(2) All surface diving bases that are vessels shall be 
equipp)ed with, 

(a) a secondan,' means of propulsion; or 

(b) a secondary means of transporting an injured 
diver. O. Reg. 634/86, s. 9. 



10. Lifelines shall, 

(a) be free from patent defect, maintained in a 
condition that will ensure its continuing 
operating integrity and be free of knots and 
splices; 

(6) when required to be used, be worn at all 
times by a submerged diver; 

(c) fit snugly around the diver's waist under all 
of the diver's equipment except the exposure 
suit or be securely attached to the diver's 
safety harness; 



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id) be no longer than is necessary to perform the 
work; 

(e) be secured at the surface to a safe point of 
anchorage; 

(/) be secured in a manner that will prevent loss 
of contact with the diver; and 

(g) be tended at all times by a diver's tender or 
tethered to an identifiable float located on the 
surface. O. Reg. 634/86, s. 10. 



11, — (1) Subject to subsection (2), the diving super- 
visor shall ensure that a two-way effective communi- 
cation system by voice or by pre-arranged line signals 
is provided between every submerged diver and any 
person in control of plant and equipment that may 
assist the diving operation. 

(2) The two-way communication provided between 
the submerged diver and any person in control of plant 
and equipment shall be by voice when the depth of the 
dive exceeds or is intended to exceed thirty metres. 

(3) A voice communication system shall provide, 

(a) a standard of sound reproduction adequate to 
enable the diver's breathing to be clearly 
heard; 

(b) a suitable means of voice-unscrambling when 
breathing mixtures containing helium or 
other gases that significantly distort sound 
transmission are being used; and 

(c) a recording system for voice communications 
for depths exceeding fifty metres. 

(4) In addition to the primary communication sys- 
tem required under subsection (1) an emergency signal 
shall be established, O. Reg. 634/86, s. 11. 



12. Every diver shall be equipped with, 

(a) diver's indicator devices, such as rescue 
beacons or strobes, where S.C.U.B.A. diving 
operations are to be carried on during the 
hours of darkness; and 

(b) a strong, sharp knife. O. Reg. 634/86, 
s. 12. 



13. — (1) A hoisting device used to lower a diver 
shall not be used for any other purpose until after the 
diver is in position. 

(2) All directions to the operator of the hoisting 
device shall be given by the diver, the diver's tender or 
the diving supervisor, but the signal to stop may be 
given by any person. 



(3) A diver being hoisted shall be. 



(a) in continuous visual contact with the diving 
supervisor by the use of pre-arranged visual 
signals; or 

ib) in contact with the diving supervisor by the 
use of a telecommunications system when 
visual signals are not practicable. 

(4) A hoisting device used to raise or lower a stage or 
submersible compression chamber shall, 

(a) be so constructed that a brake is automati- 
cally applied when the control lever, handle 
or switch is not held in the operating position; 
and 

(b) not be fitted with a pawl-and-ratchet gear on 
which the pawl must be disengaged before 
the commencement of raising or lowering 
operations. O. Reg. 634/86, s. 13. 



14. A stage shall, ^ 

(a) be large enough to carry at least two divers 
with their personal diving equipment and 
associated equipment in uncramped condi- 
tions; 

(b) be secure against tipping or spinning; 

(c) not contain any equipment that might inter- 
fere with an occupant's foothold or handhold; 
and 

(d) be so constructed or equipped that the 
occupants are secure against falling out of th^ 
stage. O. Reg. 634/86, s. 14. 



15. Open diving bells shall, 

(a) be of sufficient size to accommodate all sub- 
merged divers; 

(b) provide adequate emergency breathing gas 
for the safe decompression of divers in an 
emergency; and 

(c) have a voice communication system which 
allows contact with surface supervisory per- 
sonnel. O. Reg. 634/86, s. 15. 

16. — (1) Subject to subsection (2), a hyperbaric 
chamber. Class A, of a double-lock type in operable 
condition shall be on site where a diving operation is to 
exceed, 

(a) the no-decompression limit; or 

(b) a depth of thirty metres. Jl 

(2) A hyperbaric chamber shall be on site regardless 
of depth or decompression limits where it is reasonab'" 
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(3) Where a dispute arises between an employer, a 
diving supervisor or a diver as to the requirement for a 
hyjjerbaric chamber under subsection (2), the 
employer, diving supervisor or diver ma> notify an 
inspector who shall investigate and give a decision, to 
be confirmed in writini:, to the employer, the diving 
supervisor or the diver, as appropriate, that shall 
determine the dispute. O. Reg. 634/86. s. 16. 

1 7. The hyperbaric chamber shall be equipped with 
adequate fire prevention. O. Reg. 634/86, s. 17. 

18. — (1) Where possible, sources of hyperbaric 
chamber illumination shall be mounted outside the 
pressure chamber and arranged so that the light is 
transmitted to the interior b> fibre optic techniques. 

(2) Where externally mounted lamps are employed 
for illumination of hyperbaric chambers through view 
ports, suitable heat shields shall be incorporated to 
prevent the \-iew p>orts from heating excessively during 
use. O. Reg. 634/86, s. 18. 

19. All submersible compression chambers shall 
conform to the requirements of Canadian Standards 
Association Standard Z275.1-M1982. "Hyperbaric 
Facilities", and shall, 

(a) be of a design that, 

(i) enables divers to enter and exit with- 
out difficulty, and 

(ii) allows at least two divers that are 
equipped and dressed for the diving 
operation to be seated within; 

{b) be equipped to permit the transfer of person- 
nel under pressure into or from the surface 
hyperbaric chamber; 

(f) be used in association with lifting gear that 
enables the chamber to be lowered to the 
depth at which the diving operation is to be 
carried out, without excessive lateral, verti- 
cal or rotational movement taking place; 

id) be provided with a means whereby, in the 
event of a failure of the main lifting gear, the 
chamber can be returned to the surface and, 
where such means involve shedding of 
weights, the controls for such shedding shall 
be capable of operation from within the 
chamber and a means shall be incorporated 
to prevent accidental shedding of these 
weights; and 

(e) be equipped with, 

(i) doors or hatches that act as pressure 
seals and may be opened from either 
side, 

(ii) such valves, gauges and other fittings 
as are necessarv to control the internal 



pressure and to clearly indicate the 
internal and external pressures inside 
the chamber and at the diving station, 

(iii) adequate equipment, protected 
against inadvertent ojieration, for 
supplying the appropriate breathing 
mixture to persons occupying or 
working from the chamber, 

(iv) a voice communication system 
whereby conversation may be main- 
tained both with persons at the diving 
station and with divers outside the 
chamber, 

(v) appropriate lighting equipment, 

(vi) adequate first-aid equipment and 
lifting equipment sufficient to enable 
an unconscious or injured diver to be 
hoisted into the chamber by a person 
located within, 

(vii) a diver's umbilical which shall be 
limited to thirty metres, 

(viii) a strobe. 

(ix) a location pinger of 37,000 Hz., 

(x) ox>gen and carbon dioxide monitors, 
and 

(xi) primary and secondary carbon 
dioxide scrubbers. O. Reg. 634/86, 
s. 19. 

20. A diving operation shall not be conducted from 
a lock-out submersible unless, 

(a) the submersible is negatively buoyant on the 
bottom or positively secured to the work site; 

(b) the diving supervisor is on board the sub- 
mersible and present in the 1 -atmosphere 
chamber during the diving operation; 

(c) in addition to the diving supervisor there is at 
least one other diver monitoring the diving 
operation from the lock-out submersible and 
dressed and equipped to carr> out emergency 
diving operations without prior notice; and 

id) the diver's umbilical is Hmited to thirty 
metres. O. Reg. 634/86, s. 20. 

21. A diving operation shall not be undertaken 
unless, 

(a) an adequate quantity of the appropriate 
breathing mi.xture. including a reserve sup- 
ply 2.5 times that required for the operation, 
and suitable plant and equipment for sup- 
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temperature, pressure and flow rate are 
available for use by every diver engaged in 
the operation; 

(b) an adequate quantity of an appropriate 
breathing mixture is available for thera- 
peutic purposes; and 

(c) when a submersible compression chamber is 
being used, an additional reserve supply of 
the appropriate breathing mixture, adequate 
for a duration of seventy-two hours, together 
with any necessary plant and equipment, is 
available. O. Reg. 634/86, s. 21. 

22. An appropriate breathing mixture shall be in 
the bail-out system carried by a diver. O. Reg. 

634/86, s. 22. 

23. The quantity of breathing mixture supplied for 
use by a diver shall be sufficient for the time needed by 
the stand-by diver to reach the diver and for both 
divers to, 

(a) return to the surface and carry out the 
appropriate decompression procedures dur- 
ing the return; or 

(b) return to a submersible compression 
chamber, if such is being used in the diving 
operation, and then to surface in that 
chamber and start the appropriate decom- 
pression procedures at the surface. O. Reg. 
634/86, s. 23. 

24. — (1) When gases mixed in proportions other 
than the normal proportions of respirable air are used, 
the employer shall ensure that the procedures and 
tables of decompression are appropriate for the mix- 
ture in use. 

(2) A diver shall not be given pure oxygen for 
breathing except for decompression or therapeutic 
purposes. O. Reg. 634/86, s. 24. 

25. Breathing mixtures of air shall adhere to section 
3.8 of Canadian Standards Association Standard 
Z275.2-M1982, "Occupational Safety Code for Diving 
Operations". O. Reg. 634/86, s. 25. 

26. Compressed air supplied to a diver shall meet 
the requirements of Canadian Standards Association 
Standard Z180.1-M1978, "Compressed Breathing 
Air". O. Reg. 634/86, s. 26. 

27. — (1) Compressors used to supply air to divers 
shall be capable of maintaining a supply of air equal to 
at least double the volume of air required and at a 
pressure 25 per cent greater than the maximum pres- 
sure requirement anticipated and shall operate 
automatically without undue fluctuation of pressure in 
the air-tank receiver. 



(2) Compressors supplying breathing gas or air to 
divers shall discharge the gas or air through adequate 



filters into a tank or receiver of suitable volume. 
O. Reg. 634/86, s. 27. 

28. — (1) Compressors shall be operated by a com- 
petent person who may be the diver's tender. 

(2) The operator of the compressor shall ensure, 

(a) that all equipment necessary to supply an 
adequate quantity of air to the diver is in 
good working order; and 

(b) that valves, stop-valves, drain-cocks, gauges 
and all parts liable to damage are operating 
properly. O. Reg. 634/86, s. 28. 

29. Hoses and associated fittings shall be con- 
structed of material that is compatible with oxygen at 
the operating pressure and temperature. O. Reg. 

634/86, s. 29. 

30. High flow velocities of oxygen through hoses 
shall be such that the differential pressure along a hose 
does not exceed 700 kPa. O. Reg. 634/86, s. 30. 

31. Quick-opening valves such as ball valves shall 
not be used in ox>gen systems except for emergency' 
shut-off at the point of penetration of a hyperbaric 
chamber hull. O. Reg. 634/86, s. 31. 

32. An area where oxygen is stored shall be, 

(a) adequately ventilated; 

(b) properly identified with warning signs; 

(c) equipped with a fire-suppression system; and 

(d) kept clean and located as far as practical 
from combustible materials. O. Reg. 

634/86, s. 32. 

33. — (1) Gauges and metering equipment shall be 
checked at least once every six months and whenever a 
discrepancy is indicated. 

(2) Any malfunction of a gauge or metering equip- 
ment shall be rectified immediately or removed from 
service. 

(3) If a gauge or metering equipment is removed 
from service, it shall be identified as having a mal- 
function. O. Reg. 634/86, s. 33. 

Part III 

MEDICAL AND EMERGENCY PROCEDURES 

34. — (1) A diver shall undergo a medical examina- 
tion annually or such shorter period as is specified by 
the examining physician. 

(2) A diver shall, at the expense of the employer 
undergo a medical examination where the divind 
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tn dive or where there are special hazards that the 
ili\ ing supervisor has reason to believe may endanger 
the heahh of the diver. 

(3) The medical examination required under sub- 
section (1) or (2) shall meet the requirements of the 
Code for Medical Examination of Divers dated the 
24th day of October, 1984 and issued by the Ministr>'. 

(4) The physician conducting the medical examina- 
tion shall provide the diver with a written statement 
certifying that the examination was conducted in 
accordance with the Code for Medical Examination of 
Divers and that the diver is, 

(a) fit; 

ib) fit with limitations; or 

((-) unfit for diving. O. Reg. 634/86, s. 34. 

35. — (1) Ever>- diver and at least one worker 
stationed at the surface shall be trained in cardio- 
pulmonar> resuscitation, basic first aid and the emer- 
gency treatment of diving ailments. 

(2) Where deep water or remote diving operations 
are to be conducted, one member of the dive team 
shall, 

(a) be trained as a medical attendant to divers; 
and 

(b) be available to provide immediate medical 
assistance in the event of an emergency. 
O. Reg. 634/86, s. 35. 

36. The employer shall arrange for a physician to 
be on call during a diving operation, 

(a) to provide medical assistance in the event of 
an emergency; and 

(b) to provide advice on the treatment of decom- 
pression sickness. O. Reg. 634/86, s. 36. 

37. The employer shall identify the location of the 
nearest back-up hyperbaric facility suitable for the 
depth at which the diving operation is to be carried out 
and shall make arrangements for the use of this facility 
in the event of an emergency. O. Reg. 634/86, s. 37. 

38. At the onset of any sign of malfunction of gear 
or sign or sympton of distress, the diver shall, when 
possible, notify the diver's tender and any diving part- 
ner by an appropriate signal and shall terminate the 
dive. O. Reg. 634/86, s. 38. 



39. Diving operations, repetitive dives and treat- 
ment of divers shall be carried out in strict accordance 
with appropriate decompression procedures and 
tables. O. Reg. 634/86, s. 39. 



40. — (1) The employer shall ensure that there is a 
second source of power for the diving system in the 
event of failure of the primar\- source. 

(2) The second power source shall be capable of, 

(a) being rapidly brought on line; 

(b) operating the handling system for the sub- 
mersible compression chamber; 

(f) heating the diving plant and equipment, 
including heating for a diver in the water; 

(d) sustaining life-supp)ort systems for compres- 
sion chambers and any diver in the water; 

(e) illuminating the work site of the diver and 
the interior of each compression chamber, 
dive station and other similar equipment; 
and 

if) operating communication and monitoring 
systems. O. Reg. 634/86, s. 40. 

41. — (1) Where an atmospheric diving system is to 
be used, the employer shall locate the nearest back-up 
unit with sufficient depth capabilities to effect a rescue 
and shall arrange for its use in the event of an 
emergency. 

(2) An atmospheric diving system shall not be used 
unless the on-board reser\e life-support system is cap- 
able of sustaining life for a period of time that would 
enable the back-up unit to reach the site of the diving 
operation and conduct rescue operations. 

(3) The employer shall provide a written contin- 
gency plan with methods for dealing with, 

(a) deteriorating weather and ice conditions 
during a dive; 

(b) the inability of the surface craft to maintain 
station; 

(c) failure to any major component of diving 
plant and equipment; and 

(d) any other hazard that ma\' reasonably be 
anticipated. O. Reg. 634/86, s. 41. 



Part IV 

S.C.U.B.A. DIVING 

42. — (1) This Part applies to diving operations in 
which a diver uses S.C.U.B.A. 

(2) Where S.C.U.B.A. provides other than normal 
air mixtures or recirculating apparatus is used on a 
diving operation, written notice shall be given to the 
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site for inspection and the diver siiall be competent and 
adequately trained in the use and hazards of the 
S.C.U.B.A. O. Reg. 634/86, s. 42. 

43. — (1) Subject to subsection (2), a sufficient 
number of workers shall be present for each diving 
operation to ensure, so far as is reasonably practical, 
that the operation can be undertaken safely. 

(2) A minimum of three workers shall be present at 
each dK-e site, one of whom shall be a diver, one a 
stand-by diver and one a diver's tender. O. Reg. 
634/86, s. 43. 

44.— (1) A diver using S.C.U.B.A. shall use a 
lifeline tended at the surface or tethered to an identifi- 
able float located on the surface and tended at the 
surface where, 

(a) the diver is diving alone; or 

(b) the buddy system of diving cannot be used 
safely. 

(2) Work that cannot be performed safely in a 
tethered mode shall be performed by a diver swim- 
ming free and accompanied by another diver who is 
tethered. 

(3) The buddy system of diving shall consist of two 
divers each of whom shall, 

(a) be responsible for the other's safety; 

(b) maintain constant visual contact of the other 
during the dive; 

(c) know the hand signals being used and 
acknowledge each signal as given; 

(d) not leave the other except in the case of 
emergency requiring the assistance of one of 
them; and 

(e) abort the dive immediately if one becomes 
separated from the other, or one of them 
aborts the dive. 

(4) A lifeline tended from the surface shall be used 
at all times in a diving operation that is to be carried 
out under ice. O. Reg. 634/86, s. 44. 

45. A S.C.U.B.A. diver shall not dive to depths 
greater than thirt\ metres except for the purpose of 
saving a life. O. Reg. 634/86, s. 45. 

46. A diver using S.C.U.B.A. shall, for each dive, 
use or wear, 

(a) except where a S.C.U.B.A. mentioned in 
subsection 42 (2) is used, an open-circuit 
S.C.U.B.A. complete with demand regulator 
and tank with quick-release harness and 
reserve device or bail-out system; 



(b) a face mask; 

(c) a suitable knife; 

(d) a submersible pressure gauge; and 

(e) an exposure suit or protective clothing 
appropriate for the condition of work and the 
temperature of the water. O. Reg. 634/86, 
s. 46. 

47.— (1) Each S.C.U.B.A. cylinder shall be hy- 
drostatically tested as required by Transport Canada, 
for the specific type and construction, at a station 
licensed by the Canadian Transport Commission. 

(2) At least once a year each S.C.U.B.A. cylinder 
shall be visually inspected internally and externally by 
a competent person. O. Reg. 634/86, s. 47. 



Part V 

SURFACE-SUPPLY DIVING 

48. This Part applies to surface-supply diving. 
O. Reg. 634/86, s. 48. 

49. — (1) Subject to subsections (2) and (3), a suffi- 
cient number of workers shall be present for each 
diving operation to ensure, so far as is reasonably 
practical, that the operation can be undertaken safely. 

(2) Where the planned depth does not exceed thirtj 
metres, a minimum of three workers shall be present' 
for each diving operation, of whom one shall be a 
diver, one a stand-by diver and one a diver's tender. 

(3) Where the planned depth exceeds thirty metres, 
a minimum of four workers shall be present for each 
diving operation of whom one shall be a diver, one a 
stand-by diver, one a diving supervisor and one a 
diver's tender. O. Reg. 634/86, s. 49. 

50. — (1) A diver's tender shall be a competent 
person. 

(2) Except as permitted in section 28, a diver's ten- 
der shall, while working as a tender, devote his or her^ 
whole time and attention to the work as a tender. 

(3) Except in an emergency, each diver in the water 
shall have a separate diver's tender. O. Reg. 634/86, 
s. 50. 

51. — (1) Stationary air-lines shall be properly! 
safeguarded against injury or interference. 1 

(2) A valve shall be fitted in each diver's air-line, 
which valve shall be, 

(a) readily accessible; 

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(f ) clearl> marked to identify the di\er whose air 
supply it controls; and 

(</) under the care and control of a competent 
person. 

5) Each air-line supplying air to a diver shall be 
ed with a pressure gauge downstream of the supply 
:\e and installed in such a position that its dial 

: uures are in the clear and unobstructed view of the 

ili\er's tender. 

(4) All hoses, pipes, couplings and other fittings in 
use in any air or gas supply line for divers shall be 
designed and suitable for their intended purposes. 

(5) Hoses shall be kink resistant and be capable of 
sustaining the required flow rates and pressures for the 
systems used. O. Reg. 634/86. s. 51. 

52. Where surface-supplied equipment is to be 
used, a bail-out system shall be worn by the 
diver. O. Reg. 634/86, s. 52. 

53. .\ non-return valve shall be, 

(a) fitted to all diving helmets and surface- 
supplied masks; and 

ib) check daily, before the commencement of 
diving operations in accordance with the 
written instructions of the manufacturer. 
O. Reg. 634/86, s. 53. 

54. Even, umbilical shall incorporate a lifeline 
attached in a suitable manner to prevent stress on the 
hose. O. Reg. 634/86. s. 54. 

55. When a diver is in the water, a vessel or plat- 
lorm shall be anchored at or near the operation or 
there shall be a diving platform, skip, pier or facility 
that shall be seaworthy, secure and of sufficient size to 
-al"el\ accommodate all workers and equipment with- 
out overcrowding. O. Reg. 634/86, s. 55. 



^(^. — (1) Liveboating from a surface vessel shall not 
conducted at night or in rough seas or from vessels 
iih insufficient manoeuverability. 

2) .\ procedure that prevents the diving umbilical 
iin becoming entangled in the propellers shall be 
employed during a Hveboating operation. 

^) The diver's tender for a liveboating operation 
ill be competent to perform this type of tending and 
ill be in contact with the diver at all times by means 
a voice communication system. 

'4) .\ boat captain shall. 



(a) be competent to perform the duties of a cap- 
tain in a liveboating operation; and 

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(b) perform his or her duties in compliance with 
the instructions of the diving supervisor. 
O. Reg. 634/86, s. 56. 

Part \I 

deep diving 

57. This Part applies to deep diving operations and 
includes bell, saturation, bounce (non-saturation) and 
submersible lock-out diving as well as sea bottom 
habitat dives. O. Reg. 634/86, s. 57. 

58.— (1) The diver shall, 

(o) be tethered to the work base by a breathing- 
gas umbilical; and 

(6) be provided with effective two-wa> voice 
communication. 

(2) Mi.xed gases shall be used as the breathing mix- 
ture in a deep diving operation. 

(3) .A deep diving operation shall not be carried out 
unless, 

(a) the divers are transported through the air- 
water interface by a suitable submersible 
compression chamber, open bell or stage; 

(ft) the stand-by diver is located, 

(i) at the discretion of the diving super- 
visor, at the surface, in a stage or in 
an open bell, or 

(ii) where a submersible compression 
chamber is used, in the chamber; 

(c) ever>' diver and stand-by diver is in voice 
communication with each other and with the 
attendants at the diving station; and 

(d) the attendants at the diving station have a 
means of monitoring and controlling, 

(i) the depth of the diver, and 

(ii) the pressures of the breathing medium 
being supplied to each diver and 
stand-by diver. 

(4) Each submerged diver shall be tended b\ a 
diver's tender who shall, 

(a) be located on a stage or open bell; or 

(6) if a submersible compression chamber is 
used, be in the chamber. 

(5) Where a submersible compression chamber is 
used, at least one diver shall remain in the chamber to 
monitor the diver who has left the chamber. O. Reg. 

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59. — (1) Where bounce diving techniques are used 
in a deep diving operation, the diving supervisor shall 
ensure that no diver remains submerged for a total 
period of time in excess of three hours in a 24-hour 
period and that there is a rest period of at least twelve 
continuous hours after this limit has been reached. 

(2) Subject to subsection (3), where it is reasonable 
in the circumstances for the protection of a diver, a 
diving operation using bounce diving techniques shall 
be carried out at depths greater than fifty metres and a 
maximum bottom time of forty minutes only if a sub- 
mersible compression chamber or lock-out submersible 
capable of mating to a Class A (double-lock type) 
hyperbaric chamber for the transfer of personnel under 
pressure to and from the work site is provided. 

(3) A diving operation using bounce diving 
techniques shall be carried out at depths greater than 
seventy metres and a maximum bottom time of forty 
minutes only if a submersible compression chamber or 
lock-out submersible capable of mating to a Class A 
(double-lock type) hyperbaric chamber for the transfer 
of personnel under pressure to and from the work site 
is provided. 

(4) Where a dispute arises between an employer, a 
diving supervisor or a diver under subsection (2), the 
employer, diving supervisor or diver may notify an 
inspector who shall investigate and give a decision in 
writing to the employer, the diving supervisor or the 
diver, as appropriate, that shall determine the dis- 
pute. O. Reg. 634/86, s. 59. 

60. — (1) Where saturation diving techniques are 
used in a deep diving operation, the diving supervisor 
shall ensure that, 

(a) where the dive is to a depth of ISO metres, no 
diver exceeds four hours in the water and 
four hours as attendant in the submersible 
compression chamber; 

(b) where the dive is deeper than 150 metres, no 
diver exceeds three hours in the water and 
three hours as attendant in the submersible 
compression chamber; and 

(c) in any 24-hour period, there is a rest period of 
at least twelve continuous hours after the 
time limits specified in clause (a) or (b) have 
been reached. 

(2) A diver shall not commence another dive within 
fourteen days of completion of decompression follow- 
ing a saturation dive unless authorized by a physi- 
cian. O. Reg. 634/86, s. 60. 



61. — (1) For all deep diving operations there shall 
be a sufficient number of competent persons to, 



(b) operate any hyperbaric chamber and 
associated equipment required for the deep 
diving operation. 

(2) A minimum of five workers shall be present for a 
deep diving operation of whom one shall be a diving 
supervisor, two shall be divers and two shall be diver's 
tenders. 

(3) Except in an emergency, each diver in the water 
shall have a separate diver's tender. 

(4) A diver's tender shall be a competent person and 
shall, while working as a tender, devote his or her 
whole time and attention to the work as a tender, 

(5) A stand-by diver's tender shall be present on all 
deep diving operations. 

(6) A hyperbaric chamber operator who is a com- 
petent person shall be a member of the crew. 

(7) If more than one deep diving operation in a 
24-hour period is planned, there shall be a sufficient 
number of competent crew to ensure that the diver and 
stand-by diver have not been exposed to pressure for a 
12-hour period before commencing a dive. 

(8) At least two divers shall be used when diving 
from a closed bell, one of whom shall tend the divei' 
from the bell in accordance with subsection (4). 

(9) A diving supervisor shall, 

(a) be on-site during all deep diving operations; 

{b) be responsible for all aspects of safety in con- 
ducting deep diving operations; 

(f) be familiar and experienced with the diving 
equipment and tools used during the diving 
operations, the appropriate decompression 
tables and techniques and emergency proce- 
dures; and 

(d) ensure that the divers are rested and capable 
of performing their tasks. O. Reg. 634/86, 
s. 61. 

Part VII 

SPECIAL HAZARDS 

62. — (1) When a diver is required to approach any 
underwater intake, pipe, tunnel or duct, the diver 
shall be equipped with means to identify an intake in 
such a manner as to differentiate it from any other 
similar intake in the area. 



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(a) operate the diving plant and equipment and 
other facilities while any diver is under, 
entering or leaving the water; and 

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(2) The diver shall not approach any intake until t 
flow through it is activel>- controlled and provisions 
are made so that the flow shall not be re-established 
until the diver leaves the water or until the diving 
supervisor has declared the diver clear of the hazard 
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(3) Facilities such as head gates, stop logs or turbine 
gates shall be used for protecting divers when they are 
working near penstock or turbine intakes or in draft 
tube chambers. 

(4) Where a diving operation is to be performed in a 
location in which the current is known to exceed 1.5 
knots, the velocity of the water shall be determined. 

(5) Where a diving operation is to be performed in 
water in which the velocity of the current exceeds 1.5 
knots, the dive shall only be carried out when notice of 
the dive and the water velocity has been given to the 
Director, a copy of which shall be available on the dive 
site for inspection. O. Reg. 634/86, s. 62. 

63. — (1) Before a diver approaches a location that 
may be made hazardous by the operation of 
mechanisms, such mechanisms shall be, 

(a) secured against inadvertent movement 
before the diver enters the water; and 

(b) locked-out in a manner satisfactor> to the 
diver and diving supervisor and adequate to 
protect the safety of the diver. 

(2) Where exceptional hazards exist or are pre- 
dicted, a second diving crew, with independent 
equipment, shall be on the site of the diving operation 
and read> to effect a rescue. 

(3) In subsection (2), exceptional hazards include, 
(a) an exceptional risk of entrapment of a diver; 
{b) a special hazard to a diver; or 

(c) an exceptional risk of loss of the diver's 
essential life-support system. 

(4) Where explosives or blasting agents are to be 
handled in a diving operation, the explosive or bla.sting 
agent shall be transported, handled, used and stored in 
a manner that will not endanger the safety of a worker. 

(5) The initiation of all underwater charges shall be 
under the direct control of the diving supervisor. 
O. Reg. 634/86, s. 63. 



Part VIII 

diving records 

I 64. — ( 1) A diver shall maintain a personal log book 
• that. 

(a) is permanently bound; 

ib) has numbered pages; 

(f) contains his or her name, signature and 
photograph; and 



(d) contains any factor relevant to the diver's 
safety or health. 

(2) A diver shall retain the personal log book for five 
years after its completion. 

(3) .\ diver shall have entered in or attached to his 
or her personal log book, 

(a) a record of any certificates of qualification 
obtained that are currently valid; 

(b) his or her diver's certificate or equivalent 
document; 

(c) a certificate confirming successful completion 
of any diving courses; and 

(d) a record of the diver's training and experi- 
ence. 

(4) The personal log book shall show all entries in 
chronological order and shall include, 

(a) an entr> for each dive which shall be witnes- 
sed and signed by the supervisor for the dive; 
and 

(b) any entries for medical recompressions or 
other exposure to hyperbaric environment 
which shall be witnessed and signed by a 
physician or diving supervisor. 

(5) The personal log book shall contain the follow- 
ing information for each dive, namely, 

(a) the type of diving apparatus used; 

(b) the gas media breathed; 

(f ) the time the diver left the surface; 
id) the time at the bottom; 

(e) the maximum depth attained; 

(/) the time the diver left the bottom; 

(g) the time the diver reached the surface; 

(h) the time of the surface interval, if a repetitive 
dive was undertaken; 

(/) the decompression table and schedule used; 

ij) the date; 

{k) the name of the employer and unusual inci- 
dents; 

(/) the dive location; 

(m) the environmental conditions; and 

(h) the signature of the diving supervisor. 



2305 



5590 O. Reg. 634/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 636/86 



(6) In addition to the information required in sub- 
section (5), for dives originating from a diving bell, 
habitat or other submerged base, the diver's personal 
log shall also record the depth at the base, the time of 
leaving the base, the greatest depth attained and the 
time of return to the base. 

(7) When a diver undergoes a medical examination, 
the name and address of the examining phy.sician and 
the date of examination shall be recorded in the diver's 
personal log, along with a copy of the written state- 
ment of the physician obtained in accordance with 
subsection 34 (4). O. Reg. 634/86, s. 64. 

65. — (1) A daily record of each dive shall be kept by 
the diving supervisor and filed with the employer. 

(2) The employer shall retain the daily record for at 
least five years. 

(3) The diving supervisor shall make a tape record- 
ing of all communications between divers or 1-atmos- 
phere diving system pilots and members of the diving 
crew during the pre-dive systems checks and the div- 
ing operation itself. 

(4) The tape recording shall be retained by the div- 
ing supervisor for at least forty-eight hours after the 
completion of the diving operation. O. Reg. 634/86, 
s. 65. 



a hoisting engineer under the Apprenticeship and 
Tradesmen's Qualification Act or is exempted under 
that Act. O. Reg. 635/86, s. 1. 



(9649) 



46 



DRUGLESS PRACTITIONERS ACT 

O. Reg. 636/86. 

Physiotherapists. 

Made— September 9th, 1986. 

Approved — October 30th, 1986. 

Filed— October 30th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 253 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

DRUGLESS PRACTITIONERS ACT 

1. Regulation 253 of Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1980 is amended by adding 
thereto the following section: 



66. This Regulation comes into force ninety days 
after the day it is filed with the Registrar of Regula- 
tions. O. Reg. 634/86, s. 66. 



(9648) 



46 



OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND 
SAFETY ACT 

O. Reg. 635/86. ^ 

Construction Projects. 
Made— October 30th, 1986. 
Filed— October 30th, 1986. 



lOfl. For the purposes of section 11, "misconduct" 
means, 

(a) contravention of any provision of the Act or 
the regulations or of the Health Insurance 
Act; 

(b) failure to maintain the standards of practice 
of the profession; 

(c) failure to communicate with other health 
professionals concerned with the care of a 
patient where the condition or suspected 
condition of the patient is such that the com- 
munication is necessary to ensure the proper 
care of the patient; 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 691 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND 

SAFETY ACT 

1. Section 120 of Regulation 691 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
is amended by adding thereto the fol- 
lowing subsection: 

(6) Xo person shall operate a crane upon a project 
unless the person holds a certificate of qualification a- 

2306 



(d) accepting or performing professional respon^ 
sibilities that the physiotherapist knows or 
has reason to know that the physiotherapist 
is not competent to perform; 

(e) failure to advise a patient to consult a 
qualified health practitioner when the 
physiotherapist recognizes or ought to recog- 
nize that the patient's condition is be\ond 
the experience or competence of the 
physiotherapist; 

(/) providing treatment to a patient that the 
physiotherapist knows or ought to kQpw 
would be harmful to the patient or that does 
not meet the needs of the patient given the 
patient's physical condition; 



J 



(). Reg. 636/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



5591 



(g) permitting, counselling or assisting any per- 
son to engage in the practice of physiotherapy 
whom the physiotherapist knows or ought to 
know is not registered as a physiotherapist 
under the Drugless Practitioners Act: 

ih) permitting, counselling or assisting a 
physiotherapist to engage in the practice ol" 
physiotherapy whom the physiotherapist 
knows or ought to know is incompetent to 
practise physiotherapy; 

(/) making a misrepresentation respecting a 
remedv, treatment or device; 



( j ) contravening while engaged in the practice of 
physiotherapy any federal, provincial or 
municipal law, regulation or rule or a by-law 
of a hospital designed to protect the health of 
the public; 

ik) engaging in the practice of physiotherapy 
while the ability to perform any professional 
service is hindered in any way by alcohol or a 
drug; 

(/) sexual impropriety with a patient; 
{m) abusing a patient verbally or physically; 

(«) having been found guilty of an offence relev- 
ant to a physiotherapist's suitability to prac- 
tise physiotherap\'; 

(o) failure to earn, out the terms of an agreement 
made by a physiotherapist with a patient; 

ip) making a record or signing or issuing a cer- 
tificate, report, account or similar document 
that the physiotherapist knows or ought to 
know is false, misleading or otherwise 
improper; 

iq) giving indentifiable information concerning a 
patient's condition or any professional ser- 
vices performed for a patient to an% person 
other than the patient or to another profes- 
sional involved in the treatment of a patient, 

(i) without the prior consent of the 
patient, or 

(ii) unless required to do so by law; 

(r) failure to provide within a reasonable time in 
the circumstances and without cause any 
report or certificate requested in writing by a 
patient or the patient's authorized agent in 
respect of an examination or treatment per- 
formed b> the physiotherapist; 

(s) charging a fee for services not performed or 
that is excessive in relation to the services 
performed; 

(/) where the services of a physiotherapist are 
not insured services under the Health Insur- 
ance Act, failure to advise the patient 
accordingly and to notify the patient of the (9650) 

2307 



fees charged by the physiotherapist for the 
physiotherapist's professional services prior 
to renrlering the services to the patient; 

(U) failure lo ilemize an acouni at the rcquc.-l 
of a patient or an agenc> making payment 
for the physiotherapy services of the 
physiotherapist; 

iv) selling a professional account to a third party; 

(w) sharing fees with any person who has refer- 
red a patient or receiving fees from an\- per- 
son to whom a physiotherapist has referred a 
patient or requesting or accepting a rebate or 
commission for the referral of a patient; 

(x) having a conflict of interest; 

(y) permitting directly or indirectly the publish- 
ing, display, distribution or use of any 
advertisement relating to the practice of 
physiotherapy that, 

(i) is false, misleading or self-laudatory. 

(ii) makes any claim or guarantee as to 
the quality or efficacy of physio- 
therapy services provided, or 

(iii) promotes the excessive or unnecessar> 
use of physiotherap> services; 

(s) breaching an undertaking provided to the 
Board; 

iza) refusing to allow an authorized representa- 
tive of the Board to enter at a reasonable time 
the premises in which the physiotherapist is 
engaged in the practice of physiotherapy for 
the purposes of inspecting the physio- 
therapist's practice, professional records and 
equipment; 

izb) failure to repl> within thirty days to any 
written communication from the Board or its 
officers, employees or agents; 



izc) conduct or an act relevant to the practice 
of physiotherapy that, having regard to all 
the circumstances, would reasonably be 
regarded by physiotherapists as disgraceful, 
dishonourable or unprofessional. O. Reg. 
636/86, s. 1. 

Board of Directors of 
Physiotherapn 

Patricia A. C. Hartneti 
Chairman 

RhONA WOLPERl 
Registrar 

Dated at Toronto, this 9th day of September, 1986. 

46 



5592 O. Re^. 637/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 639/86 



HEALIH DISCIPLINES ACT 

O. Reg. 637/86. 

Dentistry. 

Made — September 24th, 1986. 

Approved — October 30th, 1986. 

Filed— October 30th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 447 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HEALTH DISCIPLINES ACT 

1. Section 55 of Regulation 447 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, 
as remade by section 1 of Ontario Reg- 
ulation 581/85, is revoked and the fbl- 
1 owing substituted therefor: 

55. The annual fee for a member is $750 and is due 
and payable on or before the 1st day of January in each 
year for the year. O. Reg. 637/86, s. 1. 

Council of the Royal College of 
Dental Surgeons of Ontario: 

Gary E. Pitkin, D.D.S. 
President 

Kenneth F. Pownall, D.D.S. 

Registrar 

Dated at Toronto, this 24th day of September, 1986. 
(9651) 46 



FAMILY BENEFITS ACT 

O. Reg. 638/86. 

General. 

Made— October 30th, 1986. 

Filed— October 30th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 318 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

FAMILY BENEFITS ACT 

1.— (1) Clauses 1 (1) (c) and (d) of Reg- 
ulation 318 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 are revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 



(c) "single person" means an adult person who is 
a widow or widower or who is unmarried, 
deserted, separated or divorced and who is 
not living with his or her spouse; 

(d) "spouse" means, 

(i) a person to whom the applicant or 
recipient is legally married, or 

(ii) a person of the opposite se.x who is 
ordinarily resident with the applicant 
or recipient and who is providing an 
economic contribution to the appli- 
cant or recipient or a dependent child 
or children of the applicant or re- 
cipient and the relationship between 
the person and the applicant or reci- 
pient is of a social or familial nature. 

(2) Section 1 of the said Regulation, as 
amended by section 1 of Ontario Reg- 
ulation 459/82, section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 654/82, section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 847/82, section 1 
of Ontario Regulation 360/83, section 
1 of Ontario Regulation 709/84, sec- 
tion 1 of Ontario Regulation 825/84 
and section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
396/86, is further amended by adding 
thereto the following subsection: 

(la) In determining whether or not a person is a 
spouse within the meaning of this Regulation, sexua 
factors shall not be investigated or considered. 
O. Reg. 638/86, s. 1 (2). 

2. This Regulation comes into force on 
the 1st dav of November, 1986. 



(9652) 



46 



GENERAL WELFARE ASSISTANCE 
ACT 

O. Reg. 639/86. 

General. 

Made— October 30th, 1986. 

Filed— October 30th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 441 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

GENERAL WELFARE ASSISTANCE 

ACT 



2308 



I 



). Reg. 639/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 641/86 5593 



1.— (1) Subclause 1 (1) (h) (iii) of Regu- 
lation 441 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

(iii) who is living with his or her spouse; 

(2) Clause 1 (1) (/>) of the said Regulation 
is revoked and the following substi- 
tuted therefor: 

ip) "spouse" means, ' 

(i) a person to whom the applicant or 
recipient is legally married, or 

(ii) a person of the opposite sex who is 
ordinarily resident with the applicant 
or recipient and who is providing an 
economic contribution to the applic- 
ant or recipient or a dependent child 
or children of the applicant or reci- 
pient and the relationship between the 



person and the applicant or recipient 
is of a social or familial nature. 

(3) Section 1 of the said Regulation, as 
amended by section 1 of Ontario Reg- 
ulation 655/82, section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 786/82, section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 691/83, section 1 
of Ontario Regulation 402/84, section 
1 of Ontario Regulation 708/84 and 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
395/86, is further amended by adding 
thereto the following subsection: 

(la) In determining whether or not a person is a 
spouse within the meaning of this Regulation, sexual 
factors shall not be investigated or considered. 
O. Reg. 639/86, s. 1 (3). 

2. This Regulation comes into force on 
the 1st day of November, 1986. 



(9653) 



46 



GENERAL WELFARE ASSISTANCE ACT 

O. Reg. 640/86. 

General. 

Made — October 30th, 1986. 

Filed— October 3(Xh, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 
REGULATION 441 OF REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 
GENERAL WELFARE ASSISTANCE ACT 

1. Item 16 of Schedule E to Regulation 441 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as 
made by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 441/86, is revoked and the following substi- 
tuted therefor: 



From and including the 1st day of August, 
1986, up to and including the 31st day of 
October, 1986 * S20.02 

From and including the 1st day of 
November, 1986 $20.23 



48.48 



48.48 



77.00 



77.00 



41.25 



41.25 



46 



CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS ACT 

O. Reg. 641/86. 

General. 

Made — October 30th, 1986. 

Filed— October 30th, 1986. 



2309 



5594 O. Reg. 641/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 643/86 



REGULATION TO AMEND 
REGULATION 95 OF REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 
CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS ACT 

L Item 35 of Table 1 of Regulation 95 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as made 
by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 442/86, is revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 



35. From and including the 1st day of 
August, 1986, up to and including 

the 31st day of October, 1986 . . 20.02 

36. From and including the 1st day of 
November, 1986 20.23 



48.48 



48.48 



34.38 



34.59 



77.00 



77.00 



33.50 



33.50 



(9655) 



46 



HOMES FOR THE AGED AND REST HOMES ACT 

O. Reg. 642/86. 

General. 

Made— October 30th, 1986. 

Filed— October 30th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 
REGULATION 502 OF REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 
HOMES FOR THE AGED AND REST HOMES ACT 

1. Item 35 of Table 1 of Regulation 502 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as made 
by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 443/86, is revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

35. From and including the 1st day of August, 
1986, up to and including the 31st day of 

October, 1986 20.02 46.48 34.38 77.00 

36. From and including the 1st day of 

November, 1986 20.23 46.48 34.59 77.00 



(9656) 



FAMILY BENEFITS ACT 

O. Reg. 643/86. 

General. 

Made— October 30th, 1986. 

Filed— October 30th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 318 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

FAMILY BENEFITS ACT 



46 

H 

1. Subclause 12 (5) (e) (i) of Regulation 
318 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1980, as remade by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 444/86, is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

(i) S20. 23 a dav, or 

■ i 

2. This Regulation comes into force on 
the 1st dav of November, 1986. 



(9657) 
2310 



46 



O. Reg. 644/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 645/86 5595 

NURSING HO.MES ACT 

O. Reg. 644/86. 

General. 

Made — October 30th, 1986. 

Filed— October 31st, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 
REGULATION 690 OF REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 
NURSING HOMES ACT 

I. Item 25 of Table 1 of Regulation 690 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as made 
b> section 1 of Ontario Regulation 439/86, is revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

25. On or after the 1st day of August, 1986, but 

before the 1st day of November, 1986. $608.96 S20.02 

26. On or after the 1st day of November, 1986. S615.34 S20.23 

(9658) 46 



HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

O. Reg. 645/86. 

General. 

Made — October 30th, 1986. 

Filed— October 31st, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 
REGULATION 452 OF REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 
HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

I'. Item 1 of Table IB of Regulation 452 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as made 
by section 4 of Ontario Regulation 438/86, is revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

1. On or after the 1st day of 
August, 1986, but before 
the 1st day of November, 

1986 S608.96 $20.02 $878.38 S28.88 $1,487.34 $48.90 

2. On or after the 1st day of 

November, 1986 615.34 20.23 872.00 28.67 1,487.34 48.90 

2. Items 7x, I3x, 19:c, 25x, 31x and 61 of Table 2 of the said Regulation, as made by 
section 5 of Ontario Regulation 438/86, are revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

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5596 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



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5598 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 646/86 

HEALTH INSURANCE AC I 

O. Reg. 646/86. 

General. 

Made — October 30th, 1986. 

Filed— October 31st, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 
REGULATION 452 OF REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 
HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

1. Clause 43 (4) (a) of Regulation 452 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is revoked. 

2. Form 1 of the said Regulation, as remade by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
808/83, is revoked and the following substituted therefor: 



2314 



Reg. 646/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



5599 



Form 1 



Ministry 
of 

Health 

Please pnm or type 



Health Insurance Act 

Application for Type 1, 2 or 3 Care 

(EXTENDED CARE INSURED SERVICE) 

SECTION A 



L- 1359d^ 

Page I 



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Sof-^n-ie 0* -^so^a-ce -^ooef 



^ZZ' zA'''i S "eatonsiHo lo insurance ^*otOv 

' a 2 a 3 U^^ 

Home' Spouse Cr^»c) o^T*!?? 



P-ese«* Locat o- * 12 Acute oen 

2 Cj Psvc^.at- c oea 6 Q Chnw^c bad 

3 3 Mo«Tie for tt>» Aged 7 ^ Otner 



IfApolicabee 



» » »'i««c»<» HSC Applicant 

I I I I ZZ Ves Z N« 



HSC ResKlcniNo 



Permanent address c* aoo-'C*.".; 



"e-eonone No «•«»•« ace c*' t o- 
resoorrsfoe persor» car oe co^îacteo 



••osTa <„Dae 



. Omer IrnurarKe tip<ease spec Vi 



Aodresi i^nere E 'Qtb-' t, C*'T * c«-e y-ouC or • 
C As aoovc " OTt>ef (7>/easesoec '►■( 



jç Bene».! Nuinoe- 



Ts^ 



»• inujrarHre '«^'^m-- 



> *ç'ee ma: 4Dp> cjt.o^ ae ■^*::* 



S'Ç'wriye c* -^r>' r*^' ïk ''eo-nef^Tj: »* ■ 



SECTION B 



■* Staff Aaaistanca in Daity Acbvitia^ Function* /Tc ae coTtottttd tn pf,^ cj»r ty jft'Çfstn 
I" ••€»« o» llie «o<io«r<r>g seci-c^s cneck me t)o« «♦><« Best OescDes me ust>a> Oegree ;' S:a?» Assistance 'equired m thai dauy actwity 
orhinctMin 



EATING 



DRESSING 



GROOMING 

-noutn f^'r ca-e etc 



BATHING 



» wvthonaor two 



ri Assrstanca «Hth tavcrai 
aspects 0< aalMig 

O Taw assisanca 



D tot 

□ A t^Tl ^^ y ^ifi t^^ u* 
aspactsa* drass«>gor 



;__, So assistance 



p Assrstanca «««i several r^ Ass-staice «rtti ievc» 

^^ aspacB al arass«<g "■ aspects o* gfoo'^-.nç 



Q Total assistance 



□ Total assisunce 



3j So asvstance 

,-~, Ass-starKe *rr' 

_i aspects 0* Dat' 

supe*>^sori 

^7 Assistance ^•î*' several 

'"' aspects o* wtr "ç 

Z Tcu' assistance 



SKIN CARE 



BLADDER CONTROL BOWEL CONTROL TRANSFER/POSmONING 



tjeo Qf-è • ^rf^eefC" 



r-i RautM« pravcndve car* 

SkMimlact 
Q Rounnc Diusscacial 

ana or *M> sno* ana 



a ^o ass#starKe 

Z See<lS rerT>tn<Jin^ cKfv 



■ Noacsrstance 

iQ H aad l ramirKjing or « 

'^ "y " °^*' '°""' "3 ^ Seeds -egu-ar tc^ting 

^lîïLfîf * OC"^***^-* — colostomy care occas«nai 
,-, Roufcne ptus spaoai U aa un a ni - «icorwinence ■nc o nt m an ce 

— ' larga antt'or many araas o< SKm D Meeds frequerM attamon- p; Meads total care e 9 rreouanl 

BfOMn m c onta iei» «icorn inence or enemas 

LOCOMOTION/ OmEMTATION COMMUNICATION 

AMBULAT ION it««e,DMc*pe.soni "™-SS ;ïïr^^r5;'':««»^ 



l_i No assstarKe 

a 

Q T«M> or more stalt neede d ter 



One Stan ne e d e d «or 
uaf>s>ar& posimnxgs 



transfers positnrangs 



SOOO-EMOTtONAL 
SUPPORT 



^ --?? -.2^! '^n.l.^ y:'^^ D t*) ass^ance-»*» or^nted C No assrttance co''<»TH,r»c»tes G Boui.oe supoo^ e 

^nes Mlker «neeKTia.' "' «M. ease oncouragenwnt o^cuss»» o« 

"^ D Son.e»«a«»r«m«*ng. ^ Some »*««u«tv '"«Put or laarv-dr^ 

D A ssiS l a nca .n negot.aiing tSJniSt "^ »"<>*'"9 output ma» need to oe Q Soma •mcvcntri»» lo» mao 

specific prooem iocat>c-s e g Bom«j.2mS 'epeaied or ««r nsr bcnavM»«ai problems e g 

tampsu ita»v come-i ?;c °°°^ juogement ^ Moderate»* severe d'f «irity deiKessed- no«» resist.»* at 

O Cons4ieraeiesupennsK>n ~" use of p«tu-es omects 
assotanceeg oanoers gesture 'eou.red 

difho^r lononirs ~; Seœrc <>rft«uitv la^nost no 
O Total assistance dnectmns etc comp renen son of -nput and 

^ or no s u r nj ie n enstile o iidi B 



Mnes. etc 

ConsMJerapie 'nterventwn 
oersistem» *sru(itn>e nost e 
destructn>e etc 



Person provKling information: 

Commenis 



j MEDICATIOM 

-{ _ .a—tiygt ^ «e j_ 



%3'^e 0-' :-ccas»ona« pr 
-eccai o*»s 



Diagnosis 



Ham* ft «oorra c 



2315 



5600 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 646/86 



1 Applicant's Surnam* 











SECTION C 




Genaral Information: 

Ptiyaical AbnormalNv: 
Pain; O Mild 

Skin: O Abrasions 
Appatita: û Good 
Nutrition: O ^^'^l^^^^ 
Othar: O Prosthesis 
□ Pacemaker 
Social Information: 


(To be completed by phys 

û Conscious CI Semi C 
CI Yas D No 
û Moderate □ Severe 
D Other 

□ Rash □ Bruise 

□ Fair D Poor 
Q Under nourished 

CI Brace □ Splint 
CI Other Describe _ 


ician or designate/ 
onscious û urKonscious 

ne<irrih» 




Describe 






Q Ulcerations D Pressure sores CI Other 

a nvBrwvoight Height Weight 


Describe 




a Dentures CI Eyeglasses Q Contact Lansas 


□ Hearing Aid 






Name of next of kin/responsible person 






Telephone Number 




Address 












Pfoaant Marital Status □ Single CI 
Typa of Accomodation: O Owns home C] 
Living Arrangamants: Lives with others CI 
Financial Asaistanca Raquirad: □ Yes Q No 
Prafarancas: D Smoker D Non. Smoker a Alcohol 


Divorced O Separated O Married D Widowed 
Rents Home CI Boards D Rents Apartment 
Lives alone 


CI Other 




















































. 












•*rtCT t,^ 1 





.SECTION D. 



Professional Service Needs (check and specify} (To be completed by physician or designate) 



D Nursing 



Laboratory Tosts 

Type 



Intravenous feeding . 
Tracheostomy care _ 

trngations 

Indwelling Catheter _ 

Oxygen 

Other Techniques . 



Frequency 
Radiology 



^ Physiotherapy 



n Nutrition 

Special diet 



Present Medication 



Occupational Tharapy . 

Spaach Tharapy 

Social Work 



Community Support Sarvicaa (IndfCétB under comments) 
Otiwr 



Comments {Sections C and D) 



Patient Problams/Neads 



Person Providing Infornnation: Name 



9S7 92É (84 061 



Position or Relationship 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



5601 



SECTION E 



Medical AllOHtnont iThis section to be completed by physician. Please attach aMitional information if necessary) 

Medical Assessment 



1 . Bnaf Medical/Surgical History; 




2. Descnbe Patienrs Present Clinical CoiKttion! 



3. Note any Drug Sensitivities or Allergies: 



! I 



Accommodation 

Type of Care Required: 
Proposed Placement 
Accommodation Requested: 
Estimated Duration of Stay 

Family Pttysician (please pnnt) 



— Type 1 (Residential) 

— Home for the Aged 
Z Ward 

LZJ Weeks 



- Type 2 (Extended) 

- Nursing Home 
. Semi-Private 
I Months 



Type 3 (Chronic) 
. Chronic Unit or Chronic Hospital 
. Private 
. Indeterminate 



Name 



Attending Physician (please print) 



Name 



I certify that the medKal assessment is correct to the best of my professK>nal kivjwtedge. 



Signature of Physician 



(9660) 



O. Reg. 646/86, s. 2. 
46 



2317 



5602 O. Reg. 647/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

O. Reg. 647/86. 

General. 

Made— October 30th, 1986. 

Filed— October 31st, 1986. 



O. Reg. 648/86 



REGULATION TO AMEND 
REGULATION 452 OF REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 
HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

L Item 53 of Part I of Schedule 9 to Regulation 452 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1980 is revoked. 



(9661) 



46 



GASOLINE TAX ACT 

O. Reg. 648/86. 

General. 

Made— October 30th, 1986. 

Filed— October 31st, 1986. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
GASOLLNE TAX ACT 

GENERAL 

1. — (1) The Minister may require a wholesaler or 
retailer of gasoline or aviation fuel who is not a collec- 
tor to deliver a return to the Minister on or before the 
15th day of every month showing the quantity of 
gasoline or aviation fuel sold by the wholesaler or 
retailer and the names and addresses of all persons to 
whom the gasoline or aviation fuel was sold during the 
preceding month. 

(2) The Minister may require a purchaser of 
gasoline or aviation fuel who is not a collector to 
deliver a return to the Minister on or before the 15th 
day of every month showing the quantity of gasoline or 
aviation fuel or both, purchased or received and the 
names and addresses of the persons from whom the 
gasoline or aviation fuel or both, was purchased or 
received during the preceding month. O. Reg. 
648/86, s. 1. 

2. — (1) A refund of tax may be made to a person 
who paid the tax where the person applies for the 
refund in a form provided by the Minister and, 

(a) the tax was paid by the person in respect of a 
product that is excluded by regulation from 
the application of the Act; or 

(b) the person is exempt under the regulations 
from the payment of tax under the Act. 

23 



(2) No refund of tax shall be made under subsection 

(1) where the tax was paid more than three years 
before the date on which the application for a refund is 
mailed or delivered to the Minister. O. Reg. 648/86, 
s. 2. 

3. — (1) In this section, "motor vehicle" means a 
machine operated, propelled or driven other than by 
muscular power. 

(2) The Minister may, upon application from a 
purchaser, refund the tax paid on gasoline where, 

(a) the gasoline has been used in Ontario exclu- 
sively in a business, industry or institution 
and for business, industrial or institutional 
purposes that are not excluded by regulation 
from the application of this subsection; or 

(b) the gasoline has been used in Ontario to 
operate the auxiliary equipment of a motor 
vehicle where the power from the auxiliary 
equipment is not used or designed for the 
propulsion of a motor vehicle on a highway, 
and the motor vehicle to which the equip- 
ment is auxiliary is not principally used b>' its 
owner or operator for the transportation of 
passengers, whether for hire or not, or for the 
pleasure or recreation of the owner or 
operator. 

(3) No refund of tax shall be made under subsection 

(2) with respect to gasoline used to operate a motor 
vehicle for which a permit issued under subsection 7 

(3) of the Highway Traffic Act is required or in force, or 
with respect to gasoline used in the operation of any 
motor vehicle used or intended to be used principally 
for the recreation or pleasure of its owner or operator. 

(4) An application for a refund of tax under subsec- 
tion (2) shall be accompanied by invoices covering the 
purchase of the gasoline in respect of the tax on which 
the applicant is claiming a refund. 



18 



1 



O. Reg. 648/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



5603 



(5) Even- invoice submitted in support of an appli- 
cation for refund under subsection (2) shall clearly 
show the invoice number, the name of the purchaser of 
the gasoline, the name and address of the person who 
sold the gasoline to the purchaser, the quantities of 
gasoline sold to the purchaser and the date upon which 
the gasoline was purchased. 

(6) No refund of tax shall be made under subsection 
(2) where the tax was paid more than three years 
before the date on which the application is mailed or 
delivered to the Minister. 

(7) The amount of a refund that may be granted by 
the Minister in respect of an application under subsec- 
tion (2) shall be reduced by the greater of S5 or 200 per 
cent of the amount of the refund of tax claimed if the 
applicant for the refund misrepresents a material fact 
on the application for the refund or on or in connection 
with any document used to support an application for 
a refund of tax, other than an invoice referred to in 
subsection (5). 

(8) No refund of tax shall be made under subsection 
(2) where the applicant has misrepresented a material 
fact on an invoice referred to in subsection (5). 
O. Reg. 648/86, s. 3. 

4. — (1) The Minister may, upon application from a 
purchaser made within three >ears from the date on 
which the tax is paid, refund the tax paid on aviation 
fuel where the aviation fuel is delivered directly to the 
fuel tanks of an aircraft making a technical stop at 
Ottawa International Airport for the sole purpose of 
refuelling. 

(2) N'o refund of tax shall be made with respect to 
the fuel delivered to an aircraft that is not, at the time 
of making the stop, on a transoceanic flight entitling 
the aircraft to make the stop. 

(3) An application for a refund of tax referred to in 
subsection (1) shall be in a form provided by the j 
Minister and shall be accompanied by invoices relating 
to the aviation fuel with respect to which the refund is 
claimed and by information that clearly sets out 
whether or not the aircraft was making a technical 
stop under the conditions set out in subsection (1). 
O. Reg. 648/86, s. 4. 

5. For the purposes of subsection 15 (1) of the Act, 
ever\- importer, wholesaler and retailer shall maintain 
a record of, 

(a) the quantities of gasoline and aviation fuel 
imported, purchased or otherwise received 
from suppliers or the person's own produc- 
tion; 

ib) the quantities of gasoline and aviation fuel 
sold, delivered or exported or consumed by 
the person including sales and deliveries to 
other collectors, importers, wholesalers, 
retailers and purchasers; 



(f ) the person's inventor>- of gasoline and avia- 
tion fuel; and 

(d) the tax collectable and payable, 

and shall retain each such record and all invoices, 
books of account and other documents related thereto 
for at least five years from the making of the record, 
invoice or document or the last entry in the book of 
account. O. Reg. 648/86, s. 5. 



6. — (1) Ever>- applicant for a refund of tax paid 
shall keep records and books of account in such form 
and containing such information as will enable an 
accurate determination to be made of the amount 
refundable to the applicant. 

(2) The records, invoices, books of account and 
other documents required to be kept by ever> 
wholesaler or retailer under subsection 1 5 (1 ) of the Act 
and section 5 of this Regulation and documents 
required to be kept under subsection (1) need not be 
maintained where, 

(a) the records, invoices, books of account or 
other documents to be destro>ed relate to a 
period for which all returns required under 
the Act and regulations have been filed and 
for which all taxes assessed under the Act or 
the regulations have been paid; 

ib) the records, invoices, books of account or 
other documents to be destro>ed relate to a 
period for which there is no outstanding dis- 
pute between the person retaining the 
records, invoices, books of account or other 
documents and the Minister with regard to 
an>- tax payable or to be remitted b> the per- 
son; 

(c ) the time limit for filing a notice of objection 
to an>- assessment or statement of disallow- 
ance for the period referred to in clause {b) 
has expired without the filing of the notice of 
objection; 

(d) no demand of the Minister for the production 
of the records, invoices, books of account or 
other documents that are to be destroyed has 
been made that remains unsatisfied; 

(e ) no written notice from the Minister has been 
given to the wholesaler or retailer requiring 
the retention of the records, invoices, books 
of account or other documents that are to be 
destro>ed; and 

(/) a period of five years has expired since the 
end of the calendar year to which the records, 
invoices, books of account or other docu- 
ments relate. O. Reg. 648/86, s. 6. 



7. — (1) A notice of assessment under section 11 of 
' the Act shall be in Form 1. 

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5604 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 648/86 



(2) An application for a refund under section 3 of 
Regulation 440 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1980 shall be in Form 2. 

(3) An application for a refund under section 3, 4 or 
5 of this Regulation or under section 8 of Regulation 
440 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 shall be in 
Form 3. 

(4) The return made by a collector under subsection 
1 (1) of Regulation 440 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 shall be in Form 4. 



(5) The statement made by an importer under sec- 
tion 2 of Regulation 440 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 shall be in Form 5. 



(6) A statement of disallowance made under section 
11 of the Act shall be in Form 6. O. Reg. 648/86, s . 7. 

S. Ontario Regulation 441/81 is revoked. 



2320 



I 



Reg. 648/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
Form 1 



5605 



f$i 



Ministry 

of 
Revenue 



Gasoline Tax Act 



Motor Fuels and 
Tobacco Tax 
Branch 



P.O. Box 62S 
33 Krn9 Stf CCI West 
Oshawia. Omar» 
L1H8H9 



Notice of Assessment 
GT53 



Dan of Minim DtM Dan 

orDalioarv 


Plaacc quota tlû* ^ 
ASSESSMENT NUMBER ^ 



ExplanatHMi of Aaaamam 



Inquiries concerning this assessment may be made in 
writing or by telephoning (416) 433- 

You have been assessed the amount indicated in respect of Gasoline Tax due and payable to the Treasurer of Ontario. If ttie tax due is 
not paid by the due date, interest will be charged to the date of payment. 



I Ths liAilitv IS for the parnd 
From ' To 



Gaiolina Tax Oua 

S 



Othar/Ponakv 
$ 



TOTAL AMOUNT 

OF THIS ASSESSMENT 

S 



NOTICE OF OBJECTION 

You have the right to appeal this Notice of Assessment by 
filing an objection with the Minister of Revenue in the pre- 
scribed form within 180 days from the date this rvitice was 
mailed. 

For more information or to obtain Notice of Objection 
forms contact: 

Tax Appeals Branch 

Ontario Ministry of Revenue 

P.O. Box 627 

Oshawa. Ontario 

L1H 8H5 

Ptione: (4161 433^029 in Oshawa 
(416) 965 5836 in Toronto 
(ask operator for the Tax Appeals Branch) 



STATEMENT OF ACCOUNT 



Net account balance 



Amount credited 



Net account balance 



"TTV^ 



Mnistry Motor Fuels and 
ol Tobacco Tax 

Revenue Branch 



Octiutv Minister of Revenue 



D c T AC H K E a E 



Remittance Advice 

Gasoline Tax Act 



I 



ASSESSMENT NUMBER 



CREDIT 



IE 



— I ] — A ctt«qu« m tt>m abov* •n>ount «wUI I 
*""* fn«il«d to you 




PAYMENT DUE 



DETACH AND RETURN THIS REMITTANCE ADVICE 
TOGETHER WITH YOUR CHEQUE OR MONEV ORDER 
MADE PAYABLE TO THE TREASURER OF ONTARIO, 
TO Minisiry of Retenue 

Taxation Data Centre 

Motor Fuels and TotMCCO Tax Branch 

P.O. Box 620 

33 King Street Wan 

Oshawa. Ontario 

L1H8E9 



Oe47F (86-01) 

O. Reg. 648/86. Form 



2321 



5606 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
Form 2 

Gasoline Tax Act 



O. Reg. 648/86 



Ministry Motor Fuels and po. box 625 

of Tobacco Tax 33 King street We,t 

wuai^v-vy a^ Oshawa, Ontario 

Revenue Branch lih8h9 
Ontario 

For use by Retail Vendors of Gasoline only 
Is this your first claim? Yes I I No I I 



Application for Refund - GT260 

(Allowance to Retailers) 



GTR Number k 



A Gasoline Handling 
Licence Number 



I I I 



I I 



GHL Number 
MUST be shown 



Comptot* Nama and Addrav Saetion if abova information it inoorraet or if labal b miaifig. 
D Trade or Business Name 



>12 
>21 

>22 
>23 

►24 



Branch Use Only 


Trans Code 


Name 


3| 


'"" III 




n » 


Act Type 


Class County 


G A 


OiO 1 


17 3» 


41 «Z 44 «S 



GHL 
Expiry Date 



Year Month Day 



County or District in which business is operated. 



CLAIM 
PERIOD 



>31 

Date of first 
Invoice 



Date of last 
Invoice 



Year 
I 



Month 
I 



Day 



Day 



Postal Code 



D 

E 



Total tax paid on bulk gasoline purchases (éts per attached receipted invoices) 



Less: Refund claimed on unl-censed equipment use 
Tax on wholesale distribution 



Tax on retail sales 



G Total amount of claim >3» $ X 0.21% >35 $ 

a •mm • •• 

J DECLARATION 

I certify that gasoline tax was paid with respect to all Invoices supporting this application and that the information given 
in this application and in any documents attached in support thereof is true, correct and complete in every detail. 



I 
I 



Signature 



Telephone No. (Area Code) 



Warning: Fraudulent claims submitted may result in charges being laid under the Criminal Code. 



BRANCH USE ONLY 

Ad) C ode Amount 



J I I I I I 1 L 



Meas. 

D 



0736N (85-11) 

O. Reg. 648/86, Form 2. 



2322 



Jl 



O. Reg. 648/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



Form 3 



5607 



Gasoline Tax Act 



Ontario 



Ministry Motor Fuels and P.O. Box 625 

of Tobacco Tax 33 King Street West 

„ r^ . Oshawa. Ontario 

Revenue Branch L1H8H9 



Application for Refund of 
Gasoline Tax - GT255 



Is this your first claim? Yes 



n NoD 



GTR Number 



A Complete Name and Address Section if above information is incorrect 
or if label is missing. 

Name of Proprietor or Bu 
>\1 



-BRANCH USE ONLY 



Trans Code 

3 

M 21 

Act T 

G 



D County or District in which business is 
^ operated 



Farm Claimant only 

Lot No 



Postal Coda 



f^ Describe nature of business operated and refurxjable use of gasoline. 



Q Do you operate licensed 

^31 gasoline vehicles? Yes | | Nol | 



Do you fuel these vehicles from 

your own storage? Yes | | 



NoD 



E CLAIM 
PERIOD: 



Date of first 



Yaar Month Day 



19 



Date of last 
Invoice ^g 



Month Day 



p Declaration of Gasoline 
^34 Purchases/Refundable use 



Total purchasas (as par attached i 



Total refundable use 



Q NOTE: 1 . If the worksheet in the guide is not completed, your refund will be calculated on your t>ehalf on the basis of the 
^* information submitted. 

2. To calculate your refurxJ. the work sheet in the guide should be completed arx) attached. 

Refund 

REFUND CLAIMED » 



H DECLARATION 

I hereby certify that r»one of the gasoline for which a refund of tf>e tax paid is claimed was used or consumed in a licensed motor J 

vehicle during the period covered by this application. I further certify that all information given in this application and in every < 

document submitted in support thereof is true, correct and complete in every detail. ^ 

Sigrtature Titia Tataphona No 

Area Code 

Warning: Fraudulent claims submitted may result in charges beirjg laid under the Criminal Code- 



BRANCH USE ONLY 

Adj. Code Amount 



Raas. Ind Initials 



D 



1251D 183^)81 

O. Reg. 648/86, Form 3. 



2323 



5608 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 648/86 



Form 4 



Gasoline Tax Act 



Ministry Motor Fuels and ^ O- Box 620 

, - . ^ 33 King Street West 

Of Tobacco Tax Oshawa, Ontario 

Revenue Branch L1H8E9 



Ontario 



Collector's Name and Address 



TAX DUE 



Gasoline Tax Return -GT66 



BRANCH USE ONLY 


Voucher No. 


i 
i 


initial. 1 

! 



(T) Regular Gasoline 


$ , 


(2) Regular Unleaded Gasoline 


$ , 


(3) Premium Grades of Gasoline 


$ , 


(4) Aviation Fuel 


$ , 


(5) Total Tax for the Month 


S , 



DEDUCTIONS 



/^ Authorized Adjustments: (Bad Debts/ Bankruptcies, 
vS/ Product Losses as per attached approvals) 


1 


(7) Ontario Gasoline Tax paid on purchases 


1 


/p^l Refund claimed on sales to registered Indians per 
^ attached Vouchers 


t 


(9) TOTAL CREDITS (Line 6 plus Lines 7 and 8) 


t 


@ NET TAX DUE (Line 5 minus Line 9) 


) 


Other Adjustments (Please explain) 


D Plus D Minus 


@ BALANCE DUE (Attach remittance) 


t 



CERTIFICATION 

/ certify that to the best of my know/edge and belief the information included herein or attached hereto is correct. 



i 



0718K (83 01) 



O. Reg. 648/86, Forin 4. 



Jt 



(). Reg. 648/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Form S 

Gasoline Tax Act 



5609 



Ontario 



Ministry Motor Fuels and P.C. Box 620 

of Tobacco Tax 33 King Street West 

_ ^ ^ Oshawa. Ontario 

Revenue Branch L1H8E9 



Statement of Gasoline Imports - GT61 



Name of Importer 



Postal Address — Number and Street or Rural Route 



City. Town and Province 



Calendar Month and Year 



INSTRUCTIONS 

1. Statement of Gauline Imports must be rtcctvcd, tofcther with payment, on or before the ISth day of the month foMowini the calendar month indicated 
above. 

2. Submit one copy only of this Statement of Gaioline Imports to|ethcr «vith your cheque or money order made payable to the TREASURER OF ONTARIO 
at the address shown above. 

3. Quantities must be reported in IKres. 

4. Imperial gallons to be converted to litres at the rate of 1 Imperial gallon equals 4.546 090 litres. 

5. United States gallons to be converted to litres at the rate of 1 U.S. gallon equals 3.785 412 litres. 

Particulars of Gasoline Imported 



Name and Address from Whom Purchased ' °'\' "JJ^",^^' 


Grade of Number of i T:.. R^t» 
Gasoline L.tres i Tax Rate 


Amount of Tax 












f 


































t 
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Total Tax Due 





CERTIFICATION 



I hereby certify that the financial and other statements of information included herein or attached hereto are in agreement with the 
books of the importer and exhibit truly, correctly and completely all information for the period covered by this statement. 



Sienature o' Proprietor or Signing Offii 



FOR BRANCH USE ONLY 



0743K 182-081 

O. Reg. 648/86, Form 5. 



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5610 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 648/86 



F'orm 6 



Gasoline Tax Act 




Ministry Motor Fuels arid po.box «2s 
of Tobacco Tax oih«Mu ont^io 

Revenue Branch >-ih tu» 



Statement of Disallowance - GT 262 



Data of MalUng or (Mlvwy 



PlMMquo«*?3i 
OISAU.OWANCE NUMBER 
on all cofTMpontfonoo 
psrtslninQ to ttiw 
Btéftomont of OimIIowioo 



► 



r 



Refund of tax claimed by you In respect of Gasoline Tax has been disallowed in the amount and for the 
reason(s) indicated below. 

Type of claim received 

□ Gasoline Tax Return(s) or Q Refund Claim 



GTR No. 

Refund Claim No. 



Period covered by refund claim - From 



To 



Amount of refund claimed . . 
Amount of refund disallowed 



Amount of refund allowed 



n >Mfl n (») tot dl M l l owine» 



Inquiries concerning this dlsaltowsnce may be mads In writing or by tslsphoning (416) 433- 



NOTICE OF OBJECTION 

You have th« right to appaal thia Statamant ol Oaallowanea o( your eJalm by llllng 
an objactior with the Minlstar of Ravanua in tha ptaacrlbad tortn wtthin IBO day* ttwn 
tha data thi* nolica wa* mailod. For mora information or to obtain Notica of Obiaction 
lormi contact: 

Tax Appaala Branch 

Ontario Miniatry of Ravanua 

P.O. Box 627 

Oahawa, Ontario 

L1H 8H5 

Phona: (416) 433-6029 in Oafiawa 
(416) 965-5M6 in Toronto 
(aak oparator lor Tax Appaala Branch) 



Dated at Toronto, this 30th day of October, 1986. 
(9662) 



2326 



T^.^^^^^-».^..^^ 



Oaputy Minlatar of Ravanua 



0184 (SMI) 

O. Reg. 648/86, Form 6. 

Robert Nixon 
Minister of Revenue 

46 



H 



O. Reg. 649/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 650/86 5611 



FARM PRODUCTS MARKETING ACT 

O. Reg. 649/86. 
Vegetables for Processing — Plan. 
Made— October 30th, 1986. 
Filed— October 31st. 1986. 



3. Section 5, sections 6 to 10, as remade 
by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
34/83, and sections 11 and 12 of the 
said Schedule, are revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 387 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

FARM PRODUCTS MARKETING 

ACT 

1. Section 10 of the Schedule to Regula- 
tion 387 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980, as remade by section 4 
of Ontario Regulation 560/85, is 
amended by striking out "fortv" in the 
third line and inserting in lieu thereof 
"thirtv". 



(9663) 



46 



F.\RM PRODUCTS MARKETING ACT 

I 

O. Reg. 650/86. 
Soya Beans — Plan. 
Made— October 30th, 1986. 
Filed— October 31st, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 378 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

FARM PRODUCTS ^MARKETING 

ACT 



5. The local board shall be composed of fifteen 
members who shall hold office until their successors 
take office. 

6. — (1) There shall be eight districts, as follows: 

1. District 1, comprising the County of Essex. 

2. District 2, comprising the County of Kent. 

3. District 3, comprising the County of 
Lambton. 

4. District 4, comprising the County of Elgin. 

5. District 5, comprising the County of 
Middlesex. 

6. District 6, comprising the counties of Brant 
and Oxford and the regional municipalities of 
Haldimand-Xorfolk, Hamilton- Wentworth 
and Niagara. 

7. District 7, comprising the counties of Bruce, 
Grey, Huron, Perth and Wellington and The 
Regional Municipality of Waterloo. 

8. District 8, comprising the counties of Duf- 
ferin and Simcoe and the regional 
municipalities of Halton and Peel, and the 
area east thereof to the Quebec border. 

(2) A producer who resides in a district is a member 
of the group of producers for that district. 

(3) A producer who does not reside in a district is a 
member of the group of producers for the district 
nearest to his or her place of residence. 



1. Section 1 of Regulation 378 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

1. The plan in the Schedule is continued for the 
control and regulation of the producing and marketing 
of soya-beans within Ontario. O. Reg. 650/86, s. 1. 

2. Section 3 of the Schedule to the said 
Regulation is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted therefor: 

3. This plan applies to the control and regulation in 
aD respects of the producing and marketing within 
Ontario of soya-beans, including the prohibition of | 
such producing and marketing in whole or in part. 

232 



7. There shall be a committee in each district 
to be known as the "District Soya-Bean Growers' 
Committee". 



8. — ( 1) On or before the 25th day of Januar>- in each 
year the members of each group of producers, except 
the group of producers for District 1, shall elect from 
among themselves one member for each 200 producers 
or fraction thereof to its District Soya-Bean Growers' 
Committee. 

(2) On or before the 25th day of Januar>- in each 
year the members of the group of producers for District 
1 who do not reside on Pelee Island shall elect from 
among themselves one member for each 200 producers 
or fraction thereof to the District 1 Soya-Bean Grow- 
ers' Committee. 



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O. Reg. 650/86 



(3) On or before the 25th day of January in each 
year the members of the group of producers for District 
1 who reside on Pelee Island shall elect from among 
themselves, 

(a) one member for each 200 producers or frac- 
tion thereof; or 



(b) two members, 

whichever is greater, 
Growers' Committee. 



to the District 1 Sova-Bean 



9. On or before the 31st day of January in each year 
each District Soya-Bean Growers' Committee shall 
elect members to the local board, as follows: 

1. District 1, three members. 

2. District 2, four members. 



3. District 3, three members. 

4. Districts 4 to 8, one member each. 

10. — (1) At its first meeting after the 31st day of 
January, the members elected to the local board shall 
appoint such members as are necessary to complete the 
local board. 

(2) Where a member elected or appointed to the loc- 
al board dies, resigns or is unable or unwilling to act as 
a member, the other members of the local board may 
appoint a person to replace the member for the unex- 
pired term. 

1 1 . No person is eligible for election or appointment 
to the local board from a district unless the person is a 
member of the group of producers for the district. 



(9664) 



46 



( 



2328 



O. Reg. 651/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 653/86 5675 



Publications Under The Regulations Act 



November 22nd, 1986 



LIQUOR LICENCE ACT 

O. Reg. 651/86. 

General. 

Made— October 30th, 1986. 

Filed— November 3rd, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 581 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

LIQUOR LICENCE ACT 

1. Subsection 9 (24) of Regulation 581 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
is revoked. 

2. Subsection 11 (6) and subsection 11 
(7), as remade by section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 353/82, of the said Regula- 
tion are revoked. 

3. Subsection 13 (2) of the said Regula- 
tion is revoked. 



(%65) 



47 



PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 
DEVELOPMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 652/86. 

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

Made — October 27th, 1986. 

Filed — November 3rd, 1986. 



structures accessory thereto may be erected and used 
on the land described in subsection (2) if the following 
requirements are met; 



3 metres on one side 

and 
1.2 metres on the other 

side 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 485/73 

MADE UNDER THE 

PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 

DEVELOPMENT ACT 

1. Ontario Regulation 485/73 is amended 
by adding thereto the following section: 

15. — (1) Notwithstanding any other provision of 
this Order, a single-family dwelling and buildings and 

2329 



Minimum front yard 7.5 metres 

Minimum side yards 

Minimum rear yard 7. S metres 

Maximum height of gar- 
age accessory' to single- 
family dwelling S metres 

Minimum distance 
between the garage and 
single-family dwelling 1 metre 

(2) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land in 
the Township of Flamborough in The Regional 
Municipality of Hamilton-Wentworth, formerly in the 
Village of Waterdown in the County of Wentworth, 
being that part of Lot 6 in Concession HI more par- 
ticularly described as Parcel 24-2, Section M-10, and 
designated as Part 1 on a Plan deposited in the Land 
Registry- Office for the Registry- Division of Wentworth 
(No. 62) as Number 62R-4018. O. Reg. 652/86, s. 1. 

L. J. FiNCHAM 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

Central and Southwest 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 27th day of October, 1986. 



(9666) 



47 



PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 653/86. 

Restricted Areas — County of Simcoe, 

Township of Nottawasaga. 
Made— October 29th, 1986. 
Filed — November 3rd, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 675 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1970 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 



5676 O. Reg. 653/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 654/86 



1. Regulation 675 of Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1970 is amended by adding 
thereto the following section: 

248. — (1) Notwithstanding any other provision of 
this Order, a single-family dwelling and buildings and 
structures accessory thereto may be erected and used 
on the land described in subsection (2) if the following 
requirements are met: 



Minimum front yard 
Minimum side yards 



Maximum height of 
single-family dwelling 

Minimum ground floor 
area of single-family 
dwelling 



7.6 metres 

3 metres on one side 

and 
1.2 metres on the other 

side 



9.1 metres 



one storey — 93 square 

metres 

one and one-half storeys 

or more — 69.8 square 

metres 



(2) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land in 
the Township of Nottawasaga in the County of Sim- 
coe, being that part of Lot 39 in Concession X 
described as follows: 

Premising that bearings herein are astronomic 
and are derived from Department of Highway's 
Plan P-2S74-4 registered in the Land Registry 
Office for the Registry Division of the County of 
Simcoe (No. 51) as Instrument Number 21407; 

Commencing at an iron survey bar set in the 
northerly limit of the said Lot 39 and distant 
2,242.02 feet measured easterly therealong from 
the northwest angle thereof; 

Thence south 16° 25' 30" east, and being along the 
easterly limit of the lands owned by the Baptist 
Cemetery Trust, a distance of 660 feet to an iron 
survey bar; 

Thence south 73° 34' 30" west, and being along 
the southerly limit of the said Cemetery lands, a 
distance of 231 feet to an iron survey bar; 

Thence south 16° 25' 30" east a distance of 340. 75 
feet to an iron survey bar set in the existing line 
between the north and south halves of the said 
Lot 39; 

Thence north 73° 41' 30" east, along the said 
existing half lot line, a distance of 462 feet to an 
iron survey bar; 

Thence north 16° 25' 30" west, a distance of 
1,001.56 feet to an iron survey bar set in the 
northerly Hmit of the said Lot 39; 



Thence south 73° 34' 30" west, along the said 
northerly limit, a distance of 231 feet to the point 
of commencement. O. Reg. 653/86, s. 1. 

L. J. FiNCHAM 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

Central and Southwest 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 29th day of October, 1986. 

(9667) 47 



OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND 
SAFETY ACT 

O. Reg. 654/86. 

Control of exposure to Biological or 

Chemical Agents. 
Made — November 6th, 1986. 
Filed — November 6th, 1986. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY ACT 

CONTROL OF EXPOSURE TO BIOLOGICAL 
OR CHEMICAL AGENTS 

1. In this Regulation, "exposure" means exposure 
by inhalation, ingestion or skin contact. O. Reg. 
654/86, s. 1. 

2. This Regulation does not apply at a project to an 
employer who primarily carries on the business of 
contruction or to the workers of such an employer. 
O. Reg. 654/86, s. 2. 

3. — (1) Every employer shall take all measures 
reasonably necessary in the circumstances to protect 
workers from exposure to a hazardous biological or 
chemical agent because of the storage, handling, pro- 
cessing or use of such agent in the work place. 

(2) The measures referred to in subsection (1) shall 
include the provision and use of engineering controls, 
work practices, hygiene facilities and practices and, 
subject to section 6, personal protective equip- 
ment. O. Reg. 654/86, s. 3. 

4. Without limiting the generality of section 3, but 
subject to section 9, every employer shall take the 
measures prescribed in that section to limit the daily 
and weekly exposure of workers to a biological or ] 
chemical agent listed in the Schedule to the concentra- 
tion limit expressed as a time-weighted average expo- 
sure value, a short-term exposure value or a ceiling 
exposure value set out for the agent in the Schedule as 
determined in accordance with the methods set out in 
the Schedule. O. Reg. 654/86, s. 4. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



5677 



5. In determining the exposure of workers to a 
hazardous biological or chemical agent under section 3 
or 4, no regard shall be had to the wearing and use of 
personal protective equipment. O. Reg. 654/86, s. 5. 

6. Except in the circumstances set out in sections 7 
and 9, an employer shall protect workers from expo- 
sure to a hazardous biological or chemical agent with- 
out requiring the workers to wear and use personal 
protective equipment. O. Reg. 654/86, s. 6. 

7. Where engineering controls required by this 
Regulation, 

(a) are not in existence or are not obtainable; 

(b) are not reasonable or not practical to adopt, 
install or provide because of the duration or 
frequency of the exposures or because of the 
nature of the process, operation or work; 

(c) are rendered ineffective because of a tempor- 
ar\- breakdown of such controls; or 

id) are ineffective to prevent, control or limit 
exposure because of an emergenc>', 

the employer shall provide, and workers shall wear 
and use, personal protective equipment appropriate in 
the circumstances to protect the workers from expo- 
sure to a hazardous biological or chemical agent. 
O. Reg. 654/86, s. 7. 

8. — (1) Where a worker has been exposed to a 
hazardous biological or chemical agent and, 

(a) the worker or the worker's physician has 
reason to believe that the worker's health has 
been affected by exposure to the agent and 
the worker or the worker's physician has so 
notified the employer; 

(b) the employer beUeves that the worker has 
been exposed to the agent, and the worker's 
health is likely to be affected thereby and the 
employer has so notified the worker; or 

(c) the Chief Physician of the Occupational 
Health Medical Service of the Ministry so 
requires, 

the worker, subject to subsection (2), shall at the 
expense of the employer undergo medical examina- 
tions and clinical tests to determine whether the work- 
er has an occupational illness because of the exposure 
and whether the worker is fit, fit with limitations or 
unfit to continue working in such an exposure. 

(2) A notice under clause (1) (a) or (b) shall be in 
writing and a notice under clause (1) (b) shall notif>' the 
worker that the worker may dispute whether he or she 
must undergo medical examinations and cUnical tests 
by giving notice of the dispute to an inspector. 



(3) Where a dispute arises between an employer and 
a worker under clause (1) (a) or {b) as to whether a 
worker must undergo medical examinations or clinical 
tests, the employer or the worker may notifS- an 
inspector thereof who shall cause an investigation to be 
made and give a decision in writing to the employer 
and the worker. 

(4) The employer shall provide the physician who 
examines the worker or under whose supervision clini- 
cal tests are performed with a copy of the records, if 
any, of the exposure of the worker to the hazardous 
biological or chemical agent. O. Reg. 654/86, s. 8. 

9. — (1) In this section, 

"fibrous reinforcing agent" means an agent such as 
glass fibre or other fibrous substance used to 
strengthen a plastic material; 

"plastic material" means a s>Tithetic resinous poly- 
meric substance that can be shaped or molded. 

(2) Every employer using styrene-based polyester 
resin in conjunction with a fibrous reinforcing agent to 
make or repair any goods, substance, article or thing, 
or part thereof, shall take all necessar\- measures and 
procedures by means of engineering controls, work 
practices and hygiene facilities and practices to ensure 
that the time-weighted average exposure of a worker 
to airborne st>Tene shall not exceed 100 parts styrene 
per million parts of air by volume, or 426 milligrams 
styrene per cubic metre of air. 

(3) Where subsection (2) applies, the employer shall 
provide a worker with respirator>- equipment which 
shall be used by the worker if the time-weighted aver- 
age exposure of a worker to airborne styxene is greater 
than 50 but less than 100 parts styrene per million 
parts of air by volume. 

(4) Notwithstanding subsection (2), an employer 
shall ensure that the exposure of a worker to st>Tene 
shall not exceed a short-term exposure concentration, 
measured over fifteen minutes, of 200 parts styrene per 
million parts of air by volume or 852 milli- 
grams styrene per cubic metre of air. O. Reg. 654/86, 
s. 9. 

10. Section 145 of Regulation 692 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
is revoked. 

11.— (1) Clause 242 (1) ib) of Regulation 
694 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1980, as remade by section 67 of 
Ontario Regulation 569/83, is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

(b) except as pro\ided by a regulation made in 
respect of a designated substance, dilute and 
remove contaminants from all work places 
therein to prevent exposure of a worker to 
contaminants in excess of the values. 



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5678 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 654/86 



(i) prescribed under section 4 of Ontario 
Regulation 654/86, or 

(ii) if no values are prescribed under the 
said section 4, adopted as criteria or 
guides under section 279 of this 
Regulation. 

(2) Clause 243 (1) (b) of the said Regula- 
tion, as amended by section 68 of 
Ontario Regulation 569/83, is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

(b) except as provided by a regulation made in 
respect of a designated substance, dilute and 
remove contaminants from all work places 
therein to prevent exposure of a worker to 
contaminants in excess of the values, 

(i) prescribed under section 4 of Ontario 
Regulation 654/86, or 

(ii) if no values are prescribed under the 
said section 4, adopted as criteria or 
guides under section 279 of this 
Regulation. 

(3) Subsection 244 (1) of the said Regula- 
tion, as amended by section 69 of 
Ontario Regulation 569/83, is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

(1) In an underground mine, 

(a) subject to clause (b), a development, explo- 
ration or production work place shall be 
ventilated throughout by an auxiliary venti- 
lation system for any advance in excess of 
sixty metres from a mechanical mine ventila- 
tion system; and 

(b) a continuous supply of fresh air shall be 
provided and used to dilute and remove 
contaminants, 

(i) in a raise, and 

(ii) in a sub-drift for any advance in 
excess of ten metres from a mechani- 
cal mine ventilation system. 



to prevent exposure of a worker to contami- 
nants in excess of the values, 

(iii) prescribed under section 4 of Ontario 
Regulation 654/86, or 

(iv) if no values are prescribed under the 
said section 4, adopted as criteria or 
guides under section 279 of this Reg- 
ulation. O. Reg. 654/86, s. 11 (3). 

(4) Section 279 of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

279. As a factor to be considered under clause 20 (8) 
(f) of the Act, the threshold limit values for chemical 
substances and physical agents set out in "TLVs 
Threshold Limit Values and Biological Exposure Indi- 
ces for 1986-87" issued by the American Conference of 
Governmental Hygienists are adopted as criteria or 
guides. O. Reg. 654/86, s. 11 (4). 

(5) Section 282 of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 



282. Where a local exhaust ventilation system 
recirculates air to the work place, provision shall be 
made for a make-up air supply system having suffi- 
cient volume to keep any contaminants below the 
values, 

(a) prescribed under section 4 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 654/86; or 

(b) if no values are prescribed under the said 
section 4, adopted as criteria or guides under 
section 279 of this Regulation, 

and the contaminant level in the recirculated air shall 
not exceed 20 per cent of such values. O. Reg. 
654/86, s. 11 (5). 

12. This Regulation comes into force on the day 
thirty days after it is filed with the Registrar of Regu- 
lations. 



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O. Reg. 654/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 5679 



SCHEDULE 



Exposure Values for 
Biolc^cal and Chemical Agents in Work Places 



NOTE: Use of the Index to Find an Agent 

Agents have been assigned to tables given in Parts 4 through 
11 of the Schedule and reference should be made to the Index 
for the location of an agent. 

Also, many of the agents' names in the Schedule are based on 
the naming rules of the International Union of Pure and 
Applied Chemistry (lUPAC). Reference should be made to the 
Index for the cross-referencing of common names with lUPAC 
names. 



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5680 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 654/86 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Biological and Chemical Agents 



Page 



Part 1 - Index of Biological and Chemical 11 

Agents 

Part 2A - Calculation of Exposure Values 31 

Part 2B - Calculation of Exposure Values 33 

Where a STEV or CEV is Not Indicated 

Part 3 - Explanatory Notes on Chemical 34 

Names, CAS Reg. Nos., and Other 
Notations 

Part 4 - Time-Weighted Average Exposure 37 

Values (TWAEV) and Short-Term 
Exposure Values (STEV) for 
Biological and Chemical Agents 

Part 5 - Ceiling Exposure Values (CEV) for 77 

Biological and Chemical Agents 

Part 6 - Time-Weighted Average Exposure 81 

Values (TWAEV) for Mineral Dusts 

Part 7 - Time-Weighted Average Exposure 82 

Values (TWAEV) for Nuisance 
Particulates 

Part 8 - Time-Weighted Average Exposure 85 

Values (TWAEV) and Short-Term 
Exposure Values (STEV) for 
Chemical Agents of Variable 
Composition 

Part 9 - Exposure Values for Simple 87 

Asphyxiants 

Part 10 - Known Toxic Agents for Which 88 

Exposure Values Have Not Been 
Established, and to Which Any 
Exposure Should be Avoided 

Part 11 - Exposure Values for Acrylonitrile, 89 

Benzene and Mercury 



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O. Reg. 654/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



5681 



11 



PART 1. INDEX OF BIOLOGICAL AND CHEMICAL AGENTS 



ABATE , see Temephos 


71 


Acetaldehyde 


37 


Acetic acid 


37 


Acetic anhydride 


77 


Acetone 


37 


Acetonitrile 


37 


Acetylene 


87 



Acetylene dichloride, see 

1,2-Dichloroethene 48 

Acetylene tetrabromide, see 

1,1,2,2-Tetrabromoethane 71 

2-(Acetyloxy) benzoic acid 37 

Acetylsalicylic acid, see 

2-(Acetyloxy) benzoic acid 37 

Acrolein 37 

Acrylamide 37 

Acrylic acid 37 

Acrylonitrile 89 

Aldrin 37 

AUyl alcohol 37 

Allyl chloride 37 

Allyl glycidyl ether, see 
((2-Propenyloxy)m ethyl) 

oxirane 68 

Allyl propyl disulfide 37 

alpha-Alumina 82 

Aluminum-powder 37 



Aluminium, alkyl derivatives 38 

Aluminium, metal and 
oxide dust 38 

Aluminum, water-soluble 
compounds of 38 

Aluminum welding fume or 
particulate, see 
Welding,... 86 

ALUNDUM^, see alpha- 
Alumina 82 

4-Aminobiphenyl, see 
(l,l'-Biphenyl)-4-amine 88 

Aminodimethylbenzenes, see 

ar, ar-Dimethylbenzenamine 50 

2-Aminoethanol 38 

2-Aminopyridine 38 

3-Amino-lH-l,2,4-triazole 38 

4-Amino-3,5,6-trichloro-2- 
pyridinecarboxylic acid 38 

Amitrole, see 3-Amino-lH- 
1,2,4-triazole 38 

■o 

AMMATE^, see Ammonium 
sulfamate 38 

Ammonia 38 

Ammonium chloride fume 38 

Ammonium persulfate, see 
Persulfates 66 

Ammonium perfluorooctanoate 38 

Ammonium sulfamate 38 

n-Amyl acetate 38 



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12 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 654/86 



sec-Amyl acetate 

Aniline and homologues 

Anisidine (sum of isomers) 

Antimony and its compounds 

Antimony hydride 

ANTU, see alpha-Naphthyl- 
thiourea 

Argon 

Arsine 

Asphalt, fumes 

Aspirin, see 
2-(Acetyloxy) benzoic acid 

Atrazine 

Azinphos-methyl 

Barium carbonate, chloride, 
nitrate, or oxide 

Barium sulfate 

BAYGON^, see Propoxur 

Benomyl 

Benzene 

1,2-Benzenedicarboxylic 
acid bis(2-ethylhexyl) 
ester 

1,4-Benzenediol, see 
1,4-Dihydroxybenzene 

Benzenethiol 

Benzidine 

Benzo(a)pyrene 



39 


1,4-Benzoquinone, 






see Quinone 


69 


39 








Benzoyl peroxide 


40 


39 








Benzyl chloride 


40 


39 








Beryllium and its compounds 


40 


39 








Biphenyl 


40 


63 


(1 , r-Biphenyl)-4-amine 


88 


87 


Bis(chloromethyl) ether. 






see Oxybis(chlorom ethane) 


65 


39 








Bis(eta-cyclopentadienyl)iron 


40 


85 


2,6-Bis(l,l-dimethylethyl)- 






4-methylphenol 


40 


37 


Bis (dim ethyl thiocarbamoyl) 




39 


disulfide 


40 


39 


Bis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate see 
1,2-Benzenedicarboxylic acid 






bis(2-ethylhexyl) ester 


39 


39 








Bismuth telluride 


40 


82 


Bismuth telluride, selenium- 




68 


doped 


40 


39 


Borates, tetra, sodium 






salts 


40 


89 








Boron oxide 






Boron tribromide 




39 








Boron trifluoride 




50 








Bromacil 




40 


Bromine 




88 


Bromine pentafluoride 




88 


Bromochloromethane 





2336 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



5683 



13 



Bromoform 

Bromotrifluoromethane 

1,3-Butadiene 

Butane 

1-Butanethiol 

2-Butanone 

2-Butoxyethanol 

(Butoxymethyl)oxirane 

n-Butyl acetate 

sec-Butyl acetate 

tert-Butyl acetate 

n-Butyl acrylate 

n-Butyl alcohol 

sec-Butyl alcohol 

tert-Butyl alcohol 

n-Butylamine 

Butylated hydroxytoluene, see 
2,6-Bis(l,l-dimethylethyl)- 
4-methylphenol 

tert-Butyl chroma te 

# n-Butyl glycidyl ether, see 
(Butoxymethyl)oxirane 

n-Eutyl lactate 

n-Butyl mercaptan, see 
1-Butanethiol 

o-sec-Butylphenol 

p-tert-Butyltoluene 

Cadmium and its compounds 



41 


Cadmium-containing fume 


77 


41 


Cadmium oxide, production 


42 


41 


Calcium carbonate 


82 


41 


Calcium cyanamide 


42 


41 


Calcium hydroxide 


43 


41 


Calcium oxide 


43 


41 


Calcium silicate 


82 


41 


Calcium sulfate 


82 


42 


Camphor 


43 


42 


Caprolactam 


43 


42 


Captafol 


43 


42 


Captan 


43 


77 
42 
42 
77 


Carbaryl, see 1-Naphthyl 
N-methylcarbamate 

Carbofuran 

Carbon black 

Carbon dioxide 


63 
43 
43 
43 


40 
77 


Carbon disulfide 
Carbon monoxide 
Carbon tetrabromide 


43 
43 
43 


41 


Carbon tetrachloride 


43 


42 


Carbonyl chloride 


44 


41 
42 


Carbonyl fluoride 

Catechol, see 
1,2-Dihydroxybenzene 


44 
50 


42 

42 


CELLOSOLVE^ acetate, see 
2-Ethoxyethyl acetate 


53 



2337 



5684 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. 
14 


Reg. 65 


Cellulose 


82 


p-Chloronitrobenzene 


44 


Cesium hydroxide 


44 


1-Chloro-l-nitropropane 


44 


Chlordane 


44 


Chloropentafluoroethane 


45 


Chlorinated camphene, see 




2-Chloro-l-phenylethanone 


45 


Toxaphene 


86 


Chloropicrin, see 




Chlorinated diphenyl oxides 


85 


Trichloronitromethane 


73 


Chlorine 


44 


Chloroplatinates, see 
Platinum, water-soluble 




Chlorine dioxide ' 


44 


compounds of 


68 


Chlorine trifluoride 


77 


beta-Chloroprene, see 








2-Chloro-l,3-butadiene 


44 


Chloroacetaldehyde 


77 










o-Chlorostyrene 


45 


alpha-Chloroacetophenone, see 








2-Chloro-l-phenylethanone 


45 


o-Chlorotoluene 


45 


Chloroacetyl chloride 


44 


2-Chloro-6-(trichloro- 








methyDpyridine 


45 


Chlorobenzene 


44 










Chlorpyrifos 


45 


o-Chlorobenzylidene 








malononitrile 


77 


Chromâtes 


45 


Chlorobromomethane, see 




Chromium divalent com- 




Bromochlorom ethane 


41 


pounds, see Chromium 








metal,... 


45 


2-Chloro-l,3-butadiene 


44 


Chromium hexavalent 




Chlorodifluorom ethane 


44 


compounds, see 








Chromâtes 


45 


Chlorodiphenyls, see 








Polychlorinated biphenyls 


86 


Chromium metal 


45 


l-Chloro-2,3-epoxypropane 


44 


Chromium trivalent com- 
pounds, see Chromium 




2-Chloroethanol 


77 


metal,... 


45 


Chloroform, see 




Chromyl chloride 


45 


Trichlorom ethane 


73 










Chrysene 


88 


Chlorom ethyl ether, see 








Oxybis (chlorom ethane) 


65 


Clopidol 


45 


Chlorom ethyl methyl ether 


88 


Coal dust 


81 



2338 



O. Reg. 654/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



5685 



15 



Coal tar pitch volatiles 


85 


Cyclopentane 


47 


Cobalt metal and fume 


45 


Cyelotrim ethylenetrini- 
tramine, see nexahydro-1,3,5- 




Cobalt carbonyl 




trinitro-l,3,5-triazine 


56 


and hydrocarbonyl 


45 










Cyhexatin 


47 


Copper fume 


46 


2,4-D, see (2,4-Dichloro- 




Copper dust and mists 


46 


phenoxy) acetic acid and its 








esters 


49 


Corundum, see alpha- 








Alumina 


82 


DDT, see l,l,l-Trichloro-2,2- 








bis (p-chlorophenyl) ethane 


73 


Cotton dust, raw 


46 










Decaborane 


47 


Cresol (sum of isomers) 


46 










Demeton 


47 


Crotonaldehyde 


46 


Diacetone alcohol, see 




Crufomate 


46 


4-Hydroxy-4-m ethyl- 








2-pentanone 


57 


Cumene 


46 










1,2-Diaminoethane 


47 


Cyanamide 


46 







Cyanide, potassium and sodium 46 

Cyanide, sodium; see Cyanide, 
potassium and sodium 46 



Diatomaceous earth, 
uncalcined 



Cyanogen 


46 


Cyanogen chloride 


77 


Cyclohexane 


46 


Cyclohexanol 


46 


Cyclohexanone 


47 


Cyclohexene 


47 


Cyclohexy lamine 


47 



Cyclonite, see Hexahydro-1,3,5 
-trinitro-l,3,5-triazine 56 



Cyclopentadiene 



47 



Dibutyl phosphate 
Dibutyl phthalate 



82 



Diazinon, see Phosphorothionic 
acid 0,0-diethyl 0- 
(6-m ethy l-2-(l -m ethy lethy 1) 
-4-pyrimidinyl)ester 67 

Diazomethane 47 

Diborane 47 

Dibromodifluoromethane 47 

1,2-Dibromoethane 88 

2-(Dibutylamino)ethanol 48 

2,6-Di-tert-butyl-p-cresol 
see 2,6-Bis- 
(l,l-dimethylethyl)-4- 
methylphenol 40 



48 
48 



2339 



5686 
16 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 654/86 



Dichloroacetylene, see 
Dichloroethyne 

o-Dichlorobenzene 

p-Dichlorobenzene 

3,3'-Dichlorobenzidine 

Dichlorodifluorom ethane 

l,3-Dichloro-5,5-climethyl- 
hydantoin 

1,1-Dichloroethane 

1,2-Dichloroethane 

1,1-Dichloroethene 

1,2-Dichloroethene 

1,1-Dichloroethylene, see 
1,1-Dichloroethene 

1,2-Dichloroethylene, see 
1,2-Dichloroethene 

2,2'-Dichloroethyl ether, see 
l,r-Oxybis 
(2-chloroethane) 

sym-Dichloroethyl ether, see 
l,l'-Oxybis 
(2-chloroethane) 

Dichloroethyne 

Dichlorofluoromethane 

Dichloromethane 

Dichloromonofluoromethane, 
see Dichlorofluoromethane 

sym-Dichloromethyl ether, see 
Oxybis (chlorom ethane) 

1,1-Dichloro-l-nitroethane 



78 


(2 ,4-Dichlorophenoxy) 
acetic acid and its esters 


49 


77 
48 


2-(2,4-Dichlorophenoxy) 
ethanol hydrogen sulfate 
sodium salt 


49 


88 


1,2-Dichloropropane 


49 


48 


1 ,3-Dichloropropene 


49 


48 
48 


2,2-Dichloropropionic acid 

l,2-Dichloro-l,l,2,2-tetra- 
fluoroethane 


49 
49 


48 


Dichlorvos 


49 


48 
48 


Dichromates, see 
Chromâtes,... 

Dicrotophos 


45 
49 


48 


1,3-Dicyanobenzene, see 
m-Phthalodinitrile 


67 


48 


Dicyclopentadiene 


49 


65 


Dicyclopentadienyl iron, 
see Bis(eta-cyclopentadienyl) 
iron 


40 




Dieldrin 


49 


65 


Diethanolamine 


49 


78 


Diethylamine 


49 


48 


2-(Diethylamino)ethanol 


50 


48 


Diethylenetriamine 


50 



48 

65 
48 



Diethyl ether, see 
Ethoxyethane 53 

Di-2-ethylhexylphthalate, see 
1,2-Benzenedicarboxylic acid 
bis(2-ethylhexyl) ester 39 

Diethyl ketone, see 
3-Pentanone 66 

Diethyl phthalate 50 



2340 



O. Reg. 654/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



S687 



17 



Difluorodibromomethane, see 
DibromcxJifluoromethane 47 

Diglycidyl ether, see 2,2'- 
(Oxybis-(m ethylene))- 
bisoxirane 65 



1,2-Dihydroxybenzene 
1,4-Dihydroxybenzene 



Diisopropy lamine 

Diisopropyl ether, see 
2,2'-Oxybis (propane) 

Dim ethoxymethane 

N,N-Dimethylacetamide 

Dim ethy lamine 



50 
50 



Diisobutyl ketone, see 
2,6-Dimethyl-4-heptanone 51 



50 

65 
50 
50 
50 



ar,ar-Dimethylaniline, see 
ar,ar-Dimethylbenzenamine 50 

N,N-Dimethylaniline 50 

ar,ar-Dimethylbenzenamine 50 

Dimethylbenzene (sum of 
isomers) 50 

3,3'-Dimethylbenzidine, see 
3,3'-Dimethyl-(l,l'-biphenyl) 
-4,4-'diamine 88 

3,3'-DimethyHl,l'-biphenyl)- 
4,4'-diamine 88 

1,3-Dimethylbutyl acetate, 
see sec-Hexyl acetate 56 

Dim ethy Icarbamoyl chloride 88 

Dimethyl-1, 2-dibromo-2- 
2-dichloroethyl phosphate, 
see Naled 63 



N,N-Dimethylformamide 50 

2,6-Dimethyl-4-heptanone 51 

1,1-Dimethylhydrazine 51 

2-(2,2-Dimethyl-l-oxopropyl)- 

H-indene-l,3(2H)-dione 51 



Dimethyl phthalate 
Dimethyl sulfate 



51 
51 



Dimpylate, see Phosphorothicmic 
acid 0,0-diethyl 0-(6-methyl- 
2-(l-methylethyl)- 
4-pyrimidinyl) ester 67 

Dinitolmide, see 2-Methyl- 
3,5-dinitrobenzamide 61 



Dinitrobenzene (sum of 
isomers) 

Dinitro-o-cresol 



Dinitrotoluene (sum of 
isomers) 



1,4-Dioxane 

Dioxathion 

Diphenyl, see Biphenyl 

N,N-Diphenylamine 

Diphenyl ether, see 
l,l'-Oxybisbenzene 

Dipropylene glycol 
monomethyl ether 



51 
51 



3,5-Dinitro-o-toluamide, 
see 2-Methyl-3,5-dinitro- 
benzamide 61 



51 



Di-sec-octyl phthalate, see 
1,2-Benzenedicarboxylic acid 
bis(2-ethylhexyl)ester 39 



51 
51 
40 
51 

65 

51 



2341 



5688 T] 


HE ONTAR 


10 GAZETTE 0. Reg. 


65^ 


18 








Dipropyl ketone, see 




Ethoxyethane 


53 


4-Heptanone 


56 










2-Ethoxyethanol 


53 


Diquat 


52 










2-Ethoxyethyl acetate 


53 


Disulfiram 


52 










Ethyl acetate 


53 


Disulfoton 


52 










Ethyl acrylate 


53 


Diuron 


52 










Ethyl alcohol, see Ethanol 


52 


m-Divinylbenzene 


52 










Ethy lamine 


53 


Emery 


82 


Ethyl sec-amyl ketone, see 




Endosulfan 


52 


5-Methyl-3-heptanone 


61 


Endrin 


52 


Ethylbenzene 


53 


Enflurane 


52 


Ethyl bromide 


53 



Epichlorohydrin, see 
l-Chloro-2,3-epoxypropane 44 

EPN, see 0-Ethyl O-p-nitrophenyl 
phenylphosphonothioate 54 

l,2-Epoxy-4-(epoxyethyl)- 
cyclohexane 52 



Ethyl butyl ketone, see 
3-Heptanone 55 

Ethyl chloride 53 

Ethylene 87 

Ethylene chlorohydrin, see 



1,2-Epoxypropane 

2,3-Epoxy-l-propanol 

Ethane 

1,2-Ethanediamine, see 
1,2-Diaminoethane 



52 
52 
87 

47 



2-Chloroethanol 

Ethylenediamine, see 
1,2-Diaminoethane 



Ethanedinitrile, see 




Cyanogen 


46 


Ethanethiol 


52 


Ethanol 


52 


Ethanolamine, see 




2-Aminoethanol 


38 


Ethion 


53 



77 



47 



Ethylene dibromide, see 
1,2-Dibromoethane 88 

Ethylene dichloride, see 
1,2-Dichloroethane 48 

Ethylene glycol, vapour 78 

Ethylene glycol dinitrate 53 

Ethylene glycol monomethyl 
ether, see 2-Methoxyethanol 59 

Ethylene glycol monomethyl 
ether acetate, see 
2-Methoxyethyl acetate 59 



2342 



O. Reg. 654/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



5689 



19 



Ethylene oxide 

Ethylenimine 

Ethyl ether, see Ethoxyethane 

Ethyl formate 

Ethylidene chloride, see 
1,1-Dichloroethane 

5-Ethylidene-2-norbornene 

Ethyl mercaptan, see 
Ethanethiol 

N-Ethylmorpholine 

0-Ethyl O-p-nitrophenyl 
phenylphosphonothioate 

Ethyl silicate 

Fenamiphos 

Fensulfothion 

Fenthion 

Ferbam 

Ferric chloride and sulfate, see 
Iron salts, water-soluble 

Ferrocene, see Bis(eta- 
cyclopentadienyl) iron 

Ferrovanadium dust 

Fibrous glass, see Glass 

Fluorides 

Fluorine 

Fluorotrichlorom ethane, 
see Trichlorofluoromethane 

Fonofos 

Formaldehyde 



53 


Formamide 


55 


54 


Formic acid 


55 


53 


Furfural 


55 


54 


Furfuryl alcohol 


55 


48 
78 


Gasoline 

Germane, see Germanium 
tetrahydride 


85 
55 


52 
54 


Germanium tetrahydride 
Glass, fibrous or dust 
Glutaraldehyde 


55 
55 
78 


54 


Glycerin mist 


82 


54 
54 
54 


Glycidol, see 
2,3-Epoxy-l-propanol 

Glycol monoethyl ether, see 
2-Ethoxyethanol 


52 
53 


54 


Grain dust 


55 


54 


Graphite, natural 


81 


57 


Graphite, synthetic 
Gypsum 


82 
83 


40 


Hafnium 


55 


54 


Halothane 


55 


55 


Helium 


87 


54 
54 


Hemimellimellitene, see 
Trim ethylbenzene 

Heptachlor 


74 
55 


79 


n-Heptane 


55 


54 


2-Heptanone 


55 


55 


3-Heptanone 


55 




4-Heptanone 


56 



2343 



5690 
20 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 654/86 



Hexachloro-l,3-butacliene 

Hexachlorocyclopentadiene 

Hexachloroethane 

Hexachloronaphthalene 

Hexafluoroacetone 

Hexahydro-l,3,5-trinitro- 
1,3,5-triazine 

Hexametapol, see 
Hexam ethylphosphoric 
triamide 

Hexamethylphosphoramide, 
see Hexam ethylphosphoric 
triamide 

Hexamethylphosphoric triamide 

n-Hexane 

Hexane, other isomers of 

2-Hexanone, 

Hexone, see 4-Methyl-2- 
pentanone 

sec-Hexyl acetate 

Hexylene glycol 

HMPA or HMPT, see Hexa- 
methylphosphoric triamide 

Hydrazine 

Hydrogen 

Hydrogenated terphenyls 

Hydrogen bromide 

Hydrogen chloride 

Hydrogen cyanide 

Hydrogen fluoride 



56 
56 
56 
56 
56 



Hydrogen peroxide 

Hydrogen selenide 

Hydrogen sulfide 

Hydroquinone, see 
1,4-Dihydroxybenzene 

4-Hydroxy-4-m ethyl-2- 



56 
57 
57 

50 





pentanone 


57 


56 








2-Hydroxypropyl acrylate 


57 




Indene 


57 


88 








Indium and its compounds 


57 




Iodine 


78 


88 








Iodoform 


57 


88 








Iron pentacarbonyl 


57 


56 








Iron salts, water-soluble 


57 


56 


Iron welding fume or 




56 


particulate, see 






Welding,... 


86 


62 


Isoamyl acetate 


57 


56 


Isoamyl alcohol 


57 


78 


Isobutyl acetate 


58 




Isobutyl alcohol 


58 


88 








Isohexane, see Hexane 


56 


56 








Isooctyl alcohol 


85 


87 


Isophorone, see 3,5,5- 




85 


Trim ethy 1-2-cyclohexen-l 






-one 


80 


78 


Isophalodinitrile, see 




78 


m-Phthalodinitrile 


67 


78 


2-Isopropoxyethanol 


58 


78 


Isopropyl acetate 


58 



2344 



O. Reg. 654/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



5691 



21 



Isopropylacetone, see 
4-Methyl-2-pentanone 

Isopropyl alcohol 

Isopropylamine 

N-Isopropylaniline 

Isopropyl ether, see 
2,2'-Oxybis(propane) 



gas) 
Magnesite 

Magnesium oxide fume 
Malathion 
Maleic anhydride 



62 
58 
58 
58 

65 



Isopropyl glycidyl ether, see 
(d-Methylethoxy) methyl)- 
oxirane 61 

Kaolin 83 

Ketene 58 

Limestone 83 

Lindane 58 

Liquified petroleum gas, 
see L.P.G. 85 

Lithium hydride 58 

L.P.G. (Liquified petroleum 



85 
83 
58 
58 
58 



Manganese, dust and compounds 59 
Manganese-containing fume 59 



Manganese cyclo- 
pentadienyltricarbonyl 

Manganese tetroxide 

Marble, see Calcium 
carbonate 



59 
59 

82 



MEK, see 2-Butanone 41 

Mercaptoacetic acid, see 

Thioglycolic acid 72 

Mercury, compounds of 89 

Mesitylene, see 

Trimethylbenzene 74 

Mesityl oxide 59 

Methacrylic acid 59 

Methacrylonitrile, see 

2-Methyl-2-propenenitrile 62 



Methane 

Methanethiol 

Methanol 

Methomyl 

Methoxychlor 

2-Methoxyethanol 

2-Methoxyethyl acetate 

4-Methoxyphenol 

1 -M ethoxy-2-propanol 

Methyl acetate 



Methyl acrylate 



Methylal, see Dimethoxy- 
m ethane 



87 
59 
59 
59 
59 
59 
59 
60 
60 
60 



Methylacetylene, see Propyne 69 

Methylacetylene - propadiene 
mixture (MAPP) 85 



60 



alpha-Methylacrylonitrile, see 
2-Methyl-2-propenenitrile 62 



50 



Methyl alcohol, see Methanol 59 



2345 



5692 
22 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 654/86 



Methylamine 60 

Methyl amyl alcohol, see 
4-Methyl-2-pentanol 62 

Methyl n-amyl ketone, see 
2-Heptanone 55 



4,4'-Methylenedianiline 61 

((l-Methylethoxy)methyl)- 
oxirane 61 

Methyl ethyl ketone or MEK, 
see 2-Butanone 41 



N-Methylaniline, see 




Methyl ethyl ketone 




N-Methylbenzenamine 


60 


peroxides 


78 


N-Methylbenzenamine 


60 


Methyl formate 


61 


Methylbenzene 


60 


5-Methyl-3-heptanone 


61 


Methyl bromide 


60 


5-Methyl-2-hexanone 


61 


3-Methyl-2-butanone 


60 


Methylhydrazine 


78 


Methyl n-butyl ketone, see 




Methyl iodide 


61 


2-Hexanone 


56 






Methyl CELLOSOLVE^ acetate, 




Methyl isoamyl alcohol, see 






4-Methyl-2-pentanol 


62 


see 2-Methoxyethanol 


59 


Methyl isoamyl ketone, see 




Methyl chloride 


60 


5-Methyl-2-hexanone 


61 


Methylchloroform, see 




Methyl isobutyl carbinol, see 




1,1,1-Trichloroethane 


73 


4-Methyl-2-pentanol 


62 


Methyl 2-cyanoacrylate 


60 


Methyl isobutyl carbinol 
acetate, see sec-Hexyl 




Methylcyclohexane 


60 


acetate 


56 


2-Methylcyclohexanol 


60 


Methyl isobutyl ketone, see 








4-Methyl-2-pentanone 


62 


2-Methylcyclohexanone 


61 


Methyl isopropyl ketone, see 




2-Methylcyclopentadienyl- 




3-Methyl-2-butanone 


60 


manganese tricarbonyl 


61 


Methyl mercaptan, see 




Methyl demeton 


61 


Methanethiol 


59 



2-Methyl-3,5-dinitrobenzamide 61 

61 



4,4'-Methylenebis- 
(2-chloroaniline) 



Methylene chloride, see 
Dichloromethane 



48 



Methyl methacrylate 61 

Methyl parathion 62 

2-Methylpentane, see Hexane 56 

4-Methyl-2-pentanol 62 



2346 



O. Reg. 654/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



5693 



23 



4-Methyl-2-pentanone 

2-Methyl-2-propenenitrile 

Methyl propyl ketone, see 
2-Pentanone 

Methyl silicate, see 
Tetram ethoxy silane 

ar-Methylstyrene, see 
Vinyltoluene 

alpha-Methylstyrene 

l-Methyl-2,4,6-trinitro- 
benzene 

Metribuzin 

Mevinphos 

Mica 

Mineral oil, see Oil, 
mineral 

Mineral wool fibre 

MOCA^, see 4,4-Methylenebis- 
(2-chloroaniline) 

Molybdates, see Molybdenum 
trioxide 

Molybdenum dioxide, see 
Molybdenum metal,... 

Molybdenum disulfide, see 
Molybdenum metal,... 

Molybdenum metal, dioxide 

and disulfide 
Molybdenum trioxide 

Monocrotophos 

Monomethylaniline, see 
N-Methylbenzenamine 

Monom ethylhydrazine, 
see Methylhydrazine 



62 


Morpholine 


63 


62 


Naled 


63 


66 


Naphtha, varnish makers' 
and painters', see V.M. Sc P. 
Naphtha 


86 


72 


Naphthalene 


63 


75 
62 


beta-Naphthy lamine 
1-Naphthyl N-methyl- 
earbamate 

alpha-Naphthylthiourea 


88 
63 
63 


62 


Neohexane, see Hexane 


56 


62 


Ne<Mi 


87 


62 


Nickel 


63 


81 


Nickel carbonyl 


63 


85 


Nickel oxides, 
see Nickel,... 


63 


83 


Nickel sulfides, see 
Nickel,... 


63 



61 



62 



62 



62 



62 
62 

62 



60 
78 



Nickel, water-soluble 

compounds of 63 

Nicotine 63 

Nitramine 63 

Nitrapyrin, see 2-Chloro- 
6-(trichloromethyl) 

pyridine 45 

Nitric acid 63 

Nitric oxide 63 

p-Nitroaniline 64 

Nitrobenzene 64 

4-Nitrobiphenyl 88 



2347 



5694 
24 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 654/86 



p-Nitrochlorobenzene, see 

p-Chloronitrobenzene 44 

Nitroethane 64 

Nitrogen 87 

Nitrogen dioxide 64 

Nitrogen fluoride, see 

Nitrogen trifluoride 64 

Nitrogen trifluoride 64 

Nitroglycerine 64 

Nitrom ethane 64 

1-Nitropropane 64 

2-Nitropropane 64 

N-Nitrosamines 88 

N-Nitrosodimethylamine, see 

N-Nitrosamines 88 

Nitrotoluene (sum of isomers) 64 

Nitrous oxide 64 

Nonane 64 

Octachloronaphthalene 65 

Octane 65 

Oil, mineral - mist 85 

Osmium tetroxide 65 

Oxalic acid 65 

1,2-Oxathiolane 2,2-dioxide 88 

l,l'-Oxybisbenzene 65 

l,l'-Oxybis(2-chloroethane) 65 

Oxybis (chlorom ethane) 65 



2,2'-(Oxybis(methylene))- 

bisoxirane 65 

2,2'-Oxybis (propane) 65 

Oxygen difluoride 78 

Oxygen fluoride, see 

Oxygen difluoride 78 

Ozone 65 

PAHs, see Coal tar pitch 

volatiles 85 

Paper fibre, see Cellulose 82 

Paraffin wax fume 85 

Paraquat 65 

Parathion 65 

Particulate polycyclic 
aromatic hydrocarbons, see 85 
Coal tar pitch volatiles 

PCBs, see Polychlorinated 

biphenyls 86 

Pentaborane 65 

Pentachloronaphthalene 66 

Pentachlorophenol 66 

Pentaerythritol 83 

Pentane 66 

2-Pentanone 66 

3-Pentanone 66 

Perchloroethylene, see 

Tetrachloroethylene 71 

Per chlorom ethyl mercaptan, see 
Trichloromethanesulfenyl 

chloride 73 



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S69S 



25 



Perchloryl fluoride 66 

Perlite 81 

Persulfates, alkali metal 66 

Phenacyl chloride, see 

2-Chloro-l-phenylethanone 45 



Phenol 

Phenothiazine 

(Phenoxy m ethyDoxirane 

p-Phenylenediamine 

Phenyl ether, see 
l,l'-Oxybisbenzene 

Phenylethylene, see 
Ethenylbenzene 



Phenylhydrazine 

Phenyl mercaptan, see 
Benzenethiol 



Phosgene, see Carbonyl 
chloride 

Phosphine 

Phosphoric acid 



66 
66 
66 
66 

65 

53 



Phenyl glycidyl ether, see 
(Phenoxy m ethyl) oxirane 66 



66 



40 



N-Phenyl-beta-naphthylamine 88 

Phenylphosphine 79 

2-Phenylpropene, see alpha- 

Methylstyrene 62 

Phorate 67 

PHOSDRIN^, see Mevinphos 62 



44 
67 
67 



Phosphorothionic acid 
0,0-di ethyl 0-(6-methyl)- 
2-(l-methylethyl) 
-4-pyrimidinyl)ester 67 

Phosphorus (yellow or white) 67 

Phosphorus oxychloride 67 

Phosphorus pentachloride 67 

Phosphorus pentasulfide 67 

Phosphorus trichloride 67 

Phosphotungstic acids and 
salts, see Tungsten, water- 
soluble compounds of 75 

Phthalic anhydride 67 

m-Phthalodinitrile 67 

Picloram, see 4-Amino 
3,5,6-trichloro-2- 
pyridinecarboxylic acid 38 

Picric acid, see 2,4,6- 
Trinitrophenol 74 

Pindone, see 2-(2,2-Dimethyl- 
l-oxopropyl)-H-indene- 
l,3(2H)-dione 51 

Piperazine dihydrochloride 67 

PIVAL^, see 2-(2,2-Dimethyl- 
l-oxopropyl)-H-indene- 
l,3(2H)-dione 51 

2-Pivaloyl-l,3-indandione, see 

2-(2,2-Dimethyl- 

l-oxopropyl)-H-indene- 

l,3(2H)-dione 51 

Plaster of Paris, see 

Calcium sulphate 82 



Platinum metal 

Platinum, water-soluble 
compounds of 



68 



68 



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Polychlorinated biphenyls 
(PCBs) 86 

Polycyclic aromatic hydro- 
carbons, see Coal tar 
pitch volatiles 85 

Portland cement 83 

Potassium cyanide, see 
Cyanide,... 46 

Potassium hydroxide 79 

Potassium persulfate, see 
Persulfates 66 

Precipitated silica 83 

Propane 87 

1,3-Propane sultone, see 
1,2-Oxathiolane 2,2-dioxide 88 

Propargyl alcohol 68 

((2-Propenyloxy)methyl) 
oxirane 68 

beta-Propiolactone 68 

Propionic acid 68 

Propoxur 68 

n-Propyl acetate 68 

n-Propyl alcohol 68 

Propylene 87 

Propylene dichloride, see 

1,2-Dichloropropane 49 

1,2-Propylene glycol 

dinitrate 68 

Propylene glycol monomethyl 
ether, see l-Methoxy-2- 
propanol 60 



Propylene oxide, see 

1,2-Epoxypropane 52 

Propylenimine 68 

n-Propyl nitrate 68 

Propyne 69 

Pseudocumene, see 

Trimethylbenzene 74 

Pyrethrum 69 

Pyridine 69 

Pyrocatechol, see 

1,2-Dihydroxybenzene 50 

Quinone 69 

RDX^, see Hexahydro- 
l,3,5-trinitro-l,3,5-triazine56 

Resorcinol 69 

Rhodium, metal and 

water-insoluble compounds of 69 

Rhodium, water-soluble 

compounds of 69 

Ronnel 69 

Rosin core solder 

pyrolysis products 86 

Rotenone 69 

Rouge 83 

Rubber solvent 86 

Selenium and its compounds 69 

Selenium hexafluoride 70 

SESONE^, see 2-(2,4-Dichloro- 
phenoxy)ethanol hydrogen 

sulfate sodium salt 49 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



5697 



27 



Silane 


70 


Styrene 


70 


Silica gel 


83 


Subtilisins 


79 


Silicon 


83 


Sucrose 


83 


Silicon carbide 


83 


Sulfotep, see Tetraethyl 








dithionopyrophosphate 


72 


Silicon tetrahydride, see 








Silane 


70 


Sulfur dioxide 


70 


Silver, metal 


70 


Sulfur hexafluoride 


70 


Silver, water-soluble 




Sulfuric acid 


70 


compounds 


70 










Sulfur monochloride 


79 


Soapstone 


81 










Sulfur pentafluoride 


79 


Sodium azide 


79 










Sulfur tetra fluoride 


79 


Sodium bisulfite 


70 










Sulfuryl fluoride 


71 


Sodium cyanide, see 








Cyanide, potassium 




Sulprofos 


71 


and sodium 


46 










SYSTOX^, see Demeton 


47 



Sodium 2,4-dichloro- 
phenoxyethyl sulfate, 
see 2-(2,4-Dichloro- 
phenoxy)ethanol hydrogen 



2,4,5-T, see (2,4,5-Trichloro- 
phenoxy)acetic acid and 
esters of 



74 



sulfate sodium salt 


49 


Talc, containing no asbestos 




Sodium fluoroacetate 


70 


fibres 


81 


Sodium hydroxide 


79 


Tantalum, metal and oxide 


84 


Sodium metabisulfite 


70 


TE DP, see Tetraethyl 








dithionopyrophosphate 


72 


Sodium persulfate, see 








Persulfates 


66 


Tellurium and its com- 








pounds 


71 


Starch 


83 










Tellurium hexafluoride 


71 


Stéarates 


83 










Temephos 


71 


Stibine, see Antimony hydride 


39 


TEPP, see Tetraethyl 








pyrophosphate 


72 


Stoddard solvent 


86 










Terphenyls (sum of isomers) 


79 


Strychnine 


70 







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Terphenyls, 40% 
hydrogenated, see 
Hydrogenated terphenyls 85 

1,1,2,2-Tetrabromoethane 71 

l,l,l,2-Tetrachloro-2,2- 
difluoroethane 71 

1,1,2,2-Tetrachloro- 



1,2-difluoroethane 


71 


1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane 


71 


Tetrachloroethylene 


71 


Tetrachloronaphthalene 


71 


Tetraethyl dithiono- 
pyrophosphate 


72 


Tetraethyl pyrophosphate 


72 


Tetrahydrofuran 


72 


Tetram ethoxysilane 


72 


Tetramethylsuccino- 
dinitrile 


72 



Tetramethylthiuram 
disulfide, see Bis- 
(dim ethylthiocarbamoyl) 



Thiram, see 
Bis(dim ethylthiocarbamoyl) 
disulfide 40 

Tin, metal, oxide and inorganic 
compounds of 72 

Tin, organic compounds of 73 

Titanium dioxide 84 

TNT, see l-Methyl-2,4,6- 
trinitrobenzene 62 

o-Tolidine, see 3,3'-Dimethyl- 
(l,l'-biphenyl)-4,4'- 
diamine 88 

Toluene, see Methylbenzene 60 

Toluidine (sum of o-,m-and p- 
isomers) 73 

Toluol, see Methylbenzene 60 

Toxaphene 86 

Tributyl phosphate 73 

Tricarbonyl(eta-(2- 
m ethy ley clopentadienyl))- 
manganese, see 2-Methyl- 
cyclopentadienyl manganese 



disulfide 


40 


tricarbonyl 


61 


Tet.ranitromethane 


72 


Trichloroacetic acid 


73 


Tetrasodium pyrophosphate 


72 


1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene 


79 


Tetryl, see Nitramine 

Thallium, water-soluble 
compounds of 


63 

72 


l,l,l-Trichloro-2,2- 
bis(p-chlorophenyl)ethane 

1,1,1-Trichloroethane 


73 
73 


4,4'-Thiobis(6-tert-butyl- 

m-cresol) 
Thioglycolic acid 


72 
72 


1,1,2-Trichloroethane 
Trichloroethylene 


73 
73 


Thiophenol, see Benzenethiol 


40 


Trichlorofluorom ethane 


79 


Thionyl chloride 


79 


Trichlorom ethane 


73 



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5699 



29 



Trichloromethanesulfenyl 
chloride 

Trichloronaphthalene 

Trichloronitrom ethane 

(2,4,5-Trichlorophenoxy) 
acetic acid and esters of 

1,2,3-Trichloropropane 

l,l,2-Trichloro-l,2,2- 
trifluoroethane 

Tri-ortho-cresyl phosphate 

Tricyclohexyltin hydroxide, 
see Cyhexatin 

Triethylamine 

Trifluorobromom ethane, see 
Bromotrifluorom ethane 

Trimellitic anhydride 

Trim ethy lamine 

Trimethylbenzene (sum of 
isomers) 

3,5,5-Trim ethyl-2-cyclo- 
hexen-1-one 

Trim ethyl phosphite 

2,4,6-Trinitrophenol 

2,4,6-Trinitrophenylm ethyl- 
nitramine, see Nitramine 

2,4,6-Trinitrotoluene, see 

l-Methyl-2,4,6-trinitro- 

benzene 
Triorthocresyl phosphate, 

see Tri-ortho-cresyl 

phosphate 

Triphenyl amine 



Triphenyl phosphate 



74 



73 


Tungsten, water-insoluble 




73 


compounds of 


75 


73 


Tungsten, water-soluble 
compounds of, including 
tungstic acids, phospho- 




74 


tungstic acids and their 






salts 


75 


74 


Tungstic acids and salts, 
see Tungsten, water- 




74 


soluble compounds of 


75 


74 


Turpentine 

Uranium (natural) and 


86 


47 


its compounds 


75 


74 


n-Valeraldehyde 
Vanadium respirable dust 


75 


41 


and fume 


75 


74 


Vegetable oils, mists 


84 


74 


Vinyl acetate 
Vinyl benzene, see 


75 


74 


Ethenylbenzene 


53 




Vinyl bromide 


75 



80 






74 
74 


4-Vinylcyclohexene' 
dioxide, see l,2-Epoxy-4- 
(epoxyethyl)cyclohexane 

Vinylidene chloride, see 


52 




1,1-Dichloroethene 


48 


63 








Vinyltoluene (m-and p- 
isomers) 


75 


62 


V.M. (5c P. Naphtha 


86 




Warfarin 


75 


74 






74 


Welding fume or particulate 


86 




Wood dust 


76 



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Xenylamine, see 
(l,l'-Biphenyl)-4-amine 88 

Xylene (sum of isomers), see . 
Dimethybenzene 50 

m-Xylene-alpha, 
alpha'-diamine 80 

Xylidene (sum of isomers), see 
ar,ar-Dimethylbenzenamine 50 



Yttrium, metal and compounds 76 

Zinc chloride fume 76 

Zinc chromâtes 76 

Zinc oxide dust 84 

Zinc oxide fume 76 

Zinc stéarate, see Stéarates 83 

Zirconium compounds 76 



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31 

PART 2A Calculation of Exposure Values 



1. The time-weighted average exposure value (TWAEV) is the average 
of the airborne concentrations of a biological or chemical agent 
determined from air samples of the airborne concentrations to 
which a worker is exposed in a work day or a work week. 

2. The short-term exposure value (STEV) is the maximum airborne 
concentration of a biological or chemical agent to which a worker is 
exposed in any fifteen minute period determined from a single 
sample or a time-weighted average of sequential samples taken 
during such period. 

3. The ceiling exposure value (CEV) is the maximum airborne 
concentration of a biological or chemical agent to which a worker is 
exposed at any time. 

4. The airborne concentrations of the agent are expressed as parts of 
the agent per million parts of air by volume (ppm) or as milligrams 
of the agent per cubic metre of air (mg/m ). 

5. Air sampling of the airborne concentrations of an agent is not 
required for the full period of a work day or a work week where the 
air sampling is representative of airborne concentrations of an 
agent likely to be present during the period. 

6. The method of air sampling, the number and volume of the air 
samples and the method of analyses of the air samples shall be 
determined according to the nature of the operations or processes 
and the characteristics of the agent in accordance with recognized 
industrial hygiene practice. 



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32 

7. In determining exposure to airborne concentrations of a biological 
or chemical agent, no regard shall be had or taken to the wearing or 
use by a worker of respiratory equipment. 

8. The daily and weekly time-weighted exposure values shall be 
calculated as follows: 

(a) CjTj + C2T2 + .... + C^Tj^ = cumulative daily or weekly 
exposure, where Cj is the concentration found in an air sample 
and Tj is the total time in hours to which the worker is taken 
to be exposed to concentration Cj in a work day or a work 
week for i taking on the values of 1, 2, ..., n. 

(b) The time-weighted average exposure shall be calculated by 
dividing the cumulative daily exposure by 8 and the weekly 
exposure by 40 respectively. 

9. For mixtures of airborne chemical agents which exert an additive 
health effect and when analytical results of individual airborne 
agents are available, the following formula shall be used: 



^1 + ^2 + ... + ^n 



^ = E 



^1 ^2 ^n 



where C-i, Cn, ... , C are the concentrations found in the air 
sample; 

and Lj, Lo, ... , h are the respective exposure values for the agents 
set out in the Schedule. 

The sum of these ratios, E, shall not exceed 1. 



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33 

When calculating E for time-weighted average exposures, C shall be 
taken to be the time- weigh ted average exposure value calculated 
for each agent. 

10. Paragraph 9 does not apply where the agents have widely different 
health effects. In such circumstances, independent exposure values 
for each agent shall be used and calculated in accordance with 
paragraph 8. 



PART 2B Calculation of Exposure Values Where a STEV or a CEV 
is Not Indicated 



Where a STEV or a CEV is not set out for a biological or chemical agent 
listed in Part 4, 6, 7 or 8 of this Schedule, a worker shall not be exposed 
to a concentration of the biological or chemical agent that exceeds, 

(a) three times the TWAEV set out in the Schedule for the agent 
for any period of 30 minutes, and 

(b) five times the TWAEV set out in the Schedule for the agent 
for any period of time. 



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34 



PART 3 Explanatory Notes on Chemical Names, 
CAS Reg. Nos., and Other Notations 



Parts 4 to 11 of this Schedule deal with biological and chemical agents 
and contain names of the agents, Chemical Abstracts Service Registry 
Numbers, and some notations. 

Chemical Names 

The chemical names used in this Schedule conform with nomenclature 
rules of the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry or with 
common usage. An agent will only be listed under one name and its 
other names (i.e.: generic, chemical, common, and trade) will be cross- 
referenced in the index. 

Numerals and italicized prefixes (e.g.: o-, p-, n-, O-, N-, sec-, tert-) are 
disregarded when listing the main entries in alphabetical order, but are 
used to assign the order when main entry names are identical. For 
example, "N-methylaniline" is listed under "m", and "sec-butyl acetate" 
precedes "tert-butyl acetate". 

Chemical Abstracts Service Registry Number 

The Chemical Abstracts Service Registry Number (CAS Reg. No.) is a 
unique numerical identifier assigned to a chemical substance in the CAS 
registry system by the Chemical Abstracts Service (P.O. Box 3012, 
Colombus, Ohio, 43210). The CAS Reg. No. itself has no chemical or 
structural significance; it is merely a computer-verifiable number 
assigned in sequential order to each agent as it is entered in the CAS 
registry system. Some of the CAS Reg. Nos. listed in this guide were 
assigned by the CAS under contract for the United States Environmental 
Protection Agency (U.S. EPA). CAS Reg. Nos. have been used as 
chemical or biological identifiers in inventories and computer literature- 
retrieval systems. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



5705 



35 



The CAS Reg. No. has the format (xxxxxx-xx-x) and consists of up to 
9 digits, separated by hyphens into 3 groups: (1) the first group has up to 
6 digits; (b) the second always contains 2 digits; and (c) the third 
contains 1 digit. 

Under the CAS Reg. No. heading some entries other than the CAS Reg. 
No. have been inserted; e.g., (a), (b), (c), as shown below: 



Symbol Comment CAS Reg. No. 



Example: Agent 



(a) A CAS Reg. No. has not been 
assigned. 



Cotton dust, raw 
(a) 



(b) The CAS Reg. No. is for the parent 
substance only. In the example 
given, cobalt is a parent compound. 
CAS Reg. Nos. have been assigned 
to individual compounds; e.g.: 
cobalt chloride. 



Cobalt and its compounds 
(as cobalt) 
(7440-48-4), (b) 



(c) A CAS Reg. No. exists but has not 
been included here because refer- 
ence to the CAS Reg. No. data base 
could be misleading. 



Glass, fibrous or dust 
(c) 



Notations 

The notation "skin" following the name of an agent in this Schedule 
indicates that direct or airborne contact with the agents may result in 
significant absorption of the agent through the skin, mucous membranes 
or eyes. Vehicles, such as certain solvents, may enhance the rate of skin 
absorption. Inclusion of this notation is intended to suggest that 



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36 

preventative action should be taken against absorption of the agent 
through the skin, mucous membranes or eyes. 

(As...) - In the lists of biological and chemical agents, the notation 
"(as...)", e.g.: "nickel carbonyl (as nickel)", is used to indicate that the 
agent is to be analyzed for the substance indicated in parentheses, nickel 
in this example, rather than nickel carbonyl. 



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37 



PART 4 Time-Weighted Average Exposure Values (TWAEV) and 
Short-Term Exposure Values (STEV) for Biological and 
Chemical Agents 



AGENT 

(CAS Reg. No.) 


TWAEV 
ppm mg/m 


ppm 


STEV 

mg/m' 


Acetaldehyde 
(75-07-0) 


100 


180 


150 


270 


Acetic acid 
(64-19-7) 


10 


25 


15 


37 


Acetone 
(67-64-1) 


750 


1,780 


1,000 


2,375 


Acetonitrile 
(75-05-8) - Skin 


40 


67 


60 


100 



2-(Acetyloxy) benzoic acid 
(50-78-2) - 5 - - 

Acrolein 
(107-02-8) 0.1 0.23 0.3 0.7 

Acrylamide 
(79-06-1) — Skin - 0.03 

Acrylic acid 
(79-10-7) 10 29 - - 

Aldrin* 
(309-00-2) — Skin - 0.25 

Allyl alcohol 
(107-18-6) - Skin 2 5 4 10 

Allyl chloride 
(107-05-1) 13 2 6 

Allyl propyl disulfide 
(2179-59-1) 2 12 3 18 

Aluminum-powder 
(7429-90-5) - 5 - - 

* Not licenced for use in Ontario as a pesticide. 



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38 



PART 4 Time-Weighted Average Exposure Values (TWAEV) and 
Short-Term Exposure Values (STEV) for Biological and 
Chemical Agents 



TWAEV STEV 

AGENT ppm mg/m^ ppm mg/m^ 

(CAS Reg. No.) 



Aluminum, alkyl deriva- 
tives of 
(7429-90-5), (b) - 2 - - 

Aluminum, metal and oxide 
dust 
(7429-90-5), (b) - 10 - - 

Aluminum, water-soluble 
compounds of 
(7429-90-5), (b) - 2 - - 

2-Aminoethanol 
(141-43-5) 3 7.5 6 15 

2-Aminopyridine 

(504-29-0) 0.5 2 - - 

« 

3-Amino-lH-l,2,4-tpiazole 
(61-82-5) - 0.2 - - 

4-Amino-3,5,6-trichloro- 
2-pyridinecarboxylic acid 
(1918-02-1) - 10 - 20 

Ammonia 
(7664-41-7) 25 17 35 24 

Ammonium chloride fume 
(12125-02-9) - 10 - 20 

Ammonium perfluoro- ' 

octanoate 
(3825-26-1) - 0.1 - - 

Ammonium sulfamate 
(7773-06-0) - 10 - - 

n-Amyl acetate 
(628-63-7) 100 530 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



5709 



39 



PART 4 Time-Weighted Average Exposure Values (TWAEV) and 
Short-Term Exposure Values (STEV) for Biological and 
Chemical Agents 



AGENT 

(CAS Reg. No.) 



TWAEV 



ppm 



mg/m* 



STEV 
ppm mg/m' 



sec-Amyl acetate 
(53496-15-4) 



125 



660 



Aniline and homologues 
(62-53-3) —Skin 



Anisidine (sum of o-and 
p-isomers), 
(29191-52-4) -Skin 

Antimony and its com- 
pounds, including antimony 
trioxide handling and use, 
but excluding stibine 
(as antimony) 
(7440-36-0), (b) 

Antimony hydride 
(7803-52-3) 

Arsine 
(7784-42-1) 

Atrazine 
(1912-24-9) 

Azinphos-m ethyl 
(86-50-0) —Skin 

Barium carbonate, chloride, 
nitrate, or oxide (as 
barium) 
(7440-39-3), (b) 

Benomyl 
(17804-35-2) 

1,2-Benzenedicarboxylic acid 
bis(2-ethylhexyl) ester 
(117-81-7) 



0.1 



0.1 



0.05 



0.8 



2363 



0.5 



0.5 



0.5 



0.16 



0.2 



0.5 



10 



5710 



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40 



PART 4 Time-Weighted Average Exposure Values (TWAEV) and 
Short-Term Exposure Values (STEV) for Biological and 
Chemical Agents 



AGENT 

(CAS Reg. No.) 



TWAEV 
ppm mg/m* 



STEV 



ppm 



mg/m' 



Benzenethiol 
(108-98-5) 



0.5 



2.2 



Benzoyl peroxide 
(94-36-0) 

Benzyl chloride 
(100-44-7) 



Beryllium and its com- 
pounds (as beryllium) 
(7440-41-7), (b) 

Biphenyl 
(92-52-4) 



0.2 



0.002 



1.3 



Bis(eta-cyclopentadienyl) 
iron 
(102-54-5) 

2,6-Bis(l,l-dimethylethyl)- 
4-methylphenol 
(128-37-0) 



10 



10 



Bis(dimethylthiocarbonyl) 
disulfide 
(137-26-8) 

Bismuth telluride 
(1304-82-1) 



10 



Bismuth telluride, 
selenium-doped 
(1304-82-1), (b) 

Borates, tetra, sodium 
salts (1303-96-4), (b) 
Anhydrous) 
Decahydrate 
Pentahydrate 



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41 



PART 4 Time-Weighted Average Exposure Values (TWAEV) and 
Short-Term Exposure Values (STEV) for Biological and 
Chemical Agents 



TWAEV STEV 

AGENT ppm mg/m^ ppm mg/m^ 

(CAS Reg. No.) 



Boron oxide 
(1303-86-2) 10 - - 

Bromacil 
(314-40-9) 1 11 

Bromine 
(7726-95-6) 0.1 0.7 0.3 

Bromine pentafluoride 
(7789-30-2) 0.1 0.7 



250 1,320 



Brom ochlorom ethane 
(74-97-5) 


200 


1,060 


Bromoform 
(75-25-2) -Skin 


0.5 


5 


Bromotrifluorom ethane 
(75-63-8) 


1,000 


6,085 


1,3-Butadiene 
(106-99-0) 


10 


22 


Butane 
(106-97-8) 


800 


1,900 


1-Butanethiol 
(109-79-5) 


0.5 


1.8 


2-Butanone 
(78-93-3) 


200 


590 



2-Butoxyethanol 
(111-76-2) —Skin 25 120 

(Butoxy m ethyDoxirane 
(2426-08-6) 25 133 



2365 



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TWAEV „ 


STEV 
ppm mg/m^ 


AGENT 

(CAS Reg. No.) 


ppm 


mg/m** 


n-Butyl acetate 
(123-86-4) 


150 


710 


200 950 


sec-Butyl acetate 
(105-46-4) 


200 


950 


- 


tert-Butyl acetate 
(540-88-5) 


200 


950 


- 


n-Butyl acrylate 
(141-32-2) 


10 


52 


- 


sec-Butyl alcohol 
(78-92-2) 


100 


303 


150 454 


tert-Butyl alcohol 
(75-65-0) 


100 


303 


150 454 


n-Butyl lactate 
(138-22-7) 


5 


30 


- 


o-sec-Butylphenol 
(89-72-5) -Skin 


5 


31 


- 


p-tert-Butyltoluene 
(98-51-1) 


10 


60 


20 120 



Cadmium and its compounds 
(as cadmium) 
(7440-43-9), (b) 



0.05 



Cadmium oxide, production 
(as cadmium) 
(1306-19-0) 



0.05 



Calcium cyanamide 
(156-62-7) 



0.5 



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TWAEV 
ppm mg/m' 



STEV 
ppm mg/m' 



Calcium hydroxide 
(1305-62-0) 



Calcium oxide 
(1305-78-8) 

Camphor 
(76-22-2) 



12 



19 



Caprolactam, vapour 
and aerosol 
(105-60-2) 

Captafol 
(2425-06-1) -Skin 

Cap tan 
(133-06-2) 

Carbofuran 
(1563-66-2) 

Carbon black 
(1333-86-4) 



0.25 



0.1 

5 

0.1 

3.5 



Carbon dioxide 
(124-38-9) 

Carbon disulfide 
(75-15-0) -Skin 



5,000 9,000 30,000 54,000 



10 



31 



Carbon monoxide 
(630-08-0) 

Carbon tetrabromide 
(558-13-4) 



35 



0.1 



40 



1.4 



400 



0.3 



460 



4.1 



Carbon tetrachloride 
(56-23-5) —Skin 



31 



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(CAS Reg. No.) 


TWAEV 
ppm mg/m^ 


STEV 
ppm mg/m^ 


Carbonyl chloride 
(75-44-5) 


0.1 


0.4 


- 


Carbonyl fluoride 
(353-50-4) 


2 


5.4 


5 13 


Cesium hydroxide 
(21351-79-1) 


- 


2 


- 


Chlordane 
(57-74-9) ~ Skin 


- 


0.5 


2 


Chlorine 
(7782-50-5) 


1 


3 


3 9 


Chlorine dioxide 
(10049-04-4) 


0.1 


0.3 


0.3 0.9 


Chloroacetyl chloride 
(79-04-9) 


0.05 


0.23 


- 


Chlorobenzene 
(108-90-7) 


75 


345 


- 


2-Chloro-l,3-butadiene 
(126-99-8) — Skin 


10 


36 


- 


Chlorodifluorom ethane 
(75-45-6) 


1,000 


3,535 


1,250 4,415 


1 -Chloro-2, 3-epoxypropane 
(106-89-8) --Skin 


2 


7.6 


- 


p-Chloronitrobenzene 
(100-00-5) 


0.1 


0.6 


- 


1-Chloro-l-nitro- 








propane 
(600-25-9) 


2 


10 


- 



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AGENT 

(CAS Reg. No.) 



TWAEV 



ppm 



mg/m' 



STEV 



ppm 



mg/m' 



Chloropentafluoroethane 
(76-15-3) 1,000 6,315 

2 -Chloro-l -ph eny lethanone 
(532-27-4) 0.05 0.32 



o-Chlorostyrene 
(2039-87-4) 

o-Chlorotoluene 
(95-49-8) 

2 -Chloro-6-<tri chloro- 
methyDpyridine 
(1929-82-4) 



50 



50 



Chlorpyrifos 
(2921-88-2) 



Skin 



Chromâtes, dichromates and 
other hexavalent chromium 
compounds (as chromium) 
(7440-47-3), (b) 

Chromium metal, and divalent 
and trivalent chromium 
compounds (as chromium) 
(7440-47-3), (b) 



Chromyl chloride 
(14977-61-8) 

Clopidol 
(2971-90-6) 

Cobalt carbonyl 
and hydrocarbonyl 
(as cobalt) 
(7440-48-4), (b) 

Cobalt metal, dust 
and fume 
(as cobalt) 
(7440-48-4), (b) 



0.025 



283 
260 

10 
0.2 

0.05 

0.5 

0.16 

10 

0.1 

0.05 



75 



75 



425 



388 



20 



0.6 



20 



0.1 



2369 



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(CAS Reg. No.) 



TWAEV 
ppm mg/m' 



STEV 
ppm mg/m' 



Copper fume 
(as copper) 
(7440-50-8), (b) 

Copper dust and mists 
(as copper) 
(7440-50-8), (b) 

Cotton dust, raw 
(a) 

Cresol (sum of o-,m-, 
and p-isomers), 
(1319-77-3) — Skin 



0.2 



0.2 



22 



Crotonaldehyde 
(4170-30-3) 

Crufomate 
(299-86-5) 



5.7 



20 



Cumene 
(98-82-8) —Skin 



50 



245 



Cyanamide 
(420-04-2) 

Cyanide, potassium and 
sodium (as cyanide) 
(57-12-5), (b)-Skin 

Cyanogen 
(460-19-5) 



10 



21 



Cyclohexane 
(110-82-7) 

Cyclohexanol 
(108-93-0) -Skin 



300 1,030 

50 200 



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Short-Term Exposure Values (STEV) for Biological and 
Chemical Agents 



AGENT 

(CAS Reg. No.) 


TWAEV 
ppm mg/m^ 


STEV 
ppm mg/m' 


Cyclohexanone 
(108-94-1) - Skin 


25 


100 


— — 


Cyclohexene 
(110-83-8) 


300 


1,010 


- 


Cyclohexy lamine 
(108-91-8) 


10 


40 


- 


Cyclopentadiene 
(542-92-7) 


75 


200 


- 


Cyclopentane 
(287-92-3) 


600 


1,720 


- 


Cyhexatin 
(13121-70-5) 


- 


5 


- 


Decaborane 
(17702-41-9) - Skin 


0.05 


0.25 


0.15 0.75 


Demeton 
(8065-48-3) -Skin 


0.01 


0.11 


- 


1,2-Diaminoethane 
(107-15-3) 


10 


25 


- 


Diazomethane 
(334-88-3) 


0.2 


0.34 


_ 


Diborane 
(19287-45-7) 


0.1 


0.11 


- 


Dibromodifluoromethane 
(75-61-6) 


100 


860 





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AGENT 

(CAS Reg. No.) 



TWAEV . 
ppm mg/m' 



STEV 
ppm mg/m' 



2-(Dibutylamino)ethanol 
(102-81-8) -Skin 



14 



Dibutyl phosphate 




(107-66-4) 


. 1 


Dibutyl phthalate 




(84-74-2) 


- 


p-Dichlorobenzene 




(106-46-7) 


75 


Dichlorodifluorom ethane 




(75-71-8) 


1,000 


l,3-Dichloro-5,5-dimethyl- 




hydantoin 




(118-52-5) 


- 


1,1-Dichloroethane 




(75-34-3) 


200 


1,2-Dichloroethane 




(107-06-2) 


10 


1,1-Dichloroethene 




(75-35-4) 


5 


1,2-Dichloroethene 




(540-59-0) 


200 


Dichlorofluorom ethane 




(75-43-4) 


10 


Dichloromethane 




(75-09-2) 


50 


1,1-Dichloro-l-nitroethane 




(594-72-9) 


2 



8.6 



17 



450 



4,940 



0.2 



810 



40 



20 



790 



42 



175 



12 



110 



20 



250 



660 



0.4 



250 1,010 



80 ! 



990 



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Short-Term Exposure Values (STEV) for Biological and 
Chemical Agents 



AGENT 

(CAS Reg. No.) 



TWAEV 



ppm 



mg/m' 



STEV 



ppm 



mg/m' 



(2,4-Dichlorophenoxy) 
acetic acid and its 
esters (as 2,4-D) 
(94-75-7),(b) 

2-(2,4-Dichlorophenoxy) 
ethanol hydrogen 
sulfate sodium salt 
(136-78-7) 



10 



10 



1,2-Dichloropropane 
(78-87-5) 



75 



350 



110 



510 



1,3-Dichloropropene 
(542-75-6) —Skin 

2,2-Dichloropropionic acid 
(75-99-0) 



l,2-Dichloro-l,l,2,2-tetra- 
fluoroethane 
(76-14-2) 


1,000 


6,985 


Dichlorvos 
(62-73-7) -Skin 


0.1 


0.9 


Dicrotophos 
(141-66-2) - Skin 


- 


0.25 


Dicyclopentadiene 
(77-73-6) 


5 


27 


Dieldrin 
(60-57-1) -Skin 


- 


0.25 


Diethanolamine 
(111-42-2) 


3 


13 


Diethylamine 
(109-89-7) 


10 


30 



25 



75 



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Short-Term Exposure Values (STEV) for Biological and 
Chemical Agents 



TWAEV STEV 

AGENT ppm mg/m^ ppm mg/m^ 

(CAS Reg. No.) 



2-(Diethylamino)ethanol 
(100-37-8) — Skin 10 48 

Diethylenetriamine 
(111-40-0) - Skin 1 4 

Diethyl phthalate 
(84-66-2) - 5 

1,2-Dihydroxybenzene 
(120-80-9) 5 22 

1,4-Dihyclroxybenzene 
(123-31-9) - 2 

Diisopropylamine 
(108-18-9) — Skin 5 20 



Dim ethoxym ethane 
(109-87-5) 




1,000 


3,110 


N,N-Dimethylacetami 
(127-19-5) -Skin 


de 


10 


36 


Dimethy lamine 
(124-40-3) 




10 


18 


N,N-Dimethylaniline 
(121-69-7) --Skin 




5 


25 


ar,ar-Dimethylbenzenamine 
(sum of all isomers) 
(1300-73-8) — Skin 


2 


10 



10 50 



Dimethylbenzene (sum of 
o-, m- and p-isomers) 
(1330-20-7) 100 435 150 650 

N,N-Dimethylformamide 
(68-12-2) —Skin 10 30 - - 



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Short-Terra Exposure Values (STEV) for Biological and 
Cheraieal Agents 



AGENT 

(CAS Reg. No.) 



TWAEV 



ppm 



mg/m' 



STEV 
ppm mg/m' 



2,6-Dimethyl-4-heptanone 
(108-83-8) 

1 , 1 -Dim ethylhydrazine 
(57-14-7) — Skin 

2-(2,2-Dimethyl-l- 
oxopropyl)-H-indene- 
l,3(2H)-dione 
(83-26-1) 



25 



0.5 



145 



1.2 



0.1 



Dimethyl phthalate 
(131-11-3) - 5 

Dimethyl sulfate 
(77-78-1) — Skin 0.1 0.5 

Dinitrobenzene (sum of m-, o-, 
and p-isomers: (99-65-0), 
(528-29-0), and (100-25-4)) 
— Skin 0.15 1.0 



Dinitro-o-cresol 
(534-52-1) —Skin 

Dinitrotoluene (sum of 
all isomers) 
(25321-14-6) — Skin 



0.2 



1.5 



1,4-Dioxane 
(123-91-1) — Skin 



25 



90 



Dioxathion 
(78-34-2) 



Skin 



0.2 



N,N-Diphenylamine 
(122-39-4) 



10 



Dipropylene glycol monomethyl 
ether 
(34590-94-8) 100 



605 



150 



910 



2375 



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Chemical Agents 



AGENT 

(CAS Reg. No.) 



TWAEV 



ppm 



mg/m' 



STEV 
ppm mg/m' 



Diquat 
(85-00-7) 



0.5 



Disulfiram 
(97-77-8) 



Disulfoton 
(298-04-4) 



0.1 



Diuron 
(330-54-1) 



10 



m-Divinylbenzene 
(108-57-6) 



10 



53 



Endosulfan 
(115-29-7) —Skin 



0.1 



Endrin* 
(72-20-8) —Skin 

Enflurane 
(13838-16-9) 



0.1 
16 



1 , 2-Epoxy-4-(epoxy ethyl)- 
cyclohexane 
(106-87-6) —Skin 



10 



57 



1,2-Epoxypropane 
(75-56-9) 


20 


47 


2,3-Epoxy-l- 
(556-52-5) 


-propanol 


25 


76 


Ethanethiol 
(75-08-1) 




0.5 


1.3 


Ethanol 
(64-17-5) 




1,000 


1,900 


* Not licenced for use in Ontario as a pesticide 






2376 





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Short-Term Exposure Values (STEV) for Biological and 
Chemical Agents 



TWAEV STEV 

AGENT ppm mg/m^ ppm mg/m^ 

(CAS Reg. No.) 



Ethion 
(563-12-2) —Skin - '0.4 

Ethoxyethane 
(60-29-7) 400 1,210 500 1,515 

2-Ethoxyethanol 
(110-80-5) —Skin 5 18 - - 



2-Ethoxyethyl acetate 
(111-15-9) -Skin 


5 


27 


Ethyl acetate 
(141-78-6) 


400 


1,440 


Ethyl acrylate 
(140-88-5) -Skin 


5 


20 


Ethylamine 
(75-04-7) 


10 


18 


Ethylbenzene 
(100-41-4) 


100 


435 


Ethyl bromide 
(74-96-4) 


200 


890 


Ethyl chloride 
(75-00-3) 


1,000 


2,635 


Ethylene glycol dinitrate 
(628-96-6) - Skin 


0.05 


0.31 


Ethylene oxide 
(75-21-8) 


1 


1.8 



125 540 



250 1,110 



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Short-Term Exposure Values (STEV) for Biological and 
Chemical Agents 



TWAEV STEV 

AGENT ppm mg/m^ ppm mg/m^ 

(CAS Reg. No.) 



Ethylenimine 
(151-56-4) —Skin 0.5 0.9 

Ethyl formate 
(109-94-4) 100 300 

N-Ethylmorpholine 
(100-74-3) —Skin 5 23 - - 

0-Ethyl 0-p-nitrophenyl 
phenylphosphonothioate 
(2104-64-5) — Skin - 0.5 - - 

Ethyl silicate 
(78-10-4) 10 85 - - 

Fenamiphos 
(22224-92-6) — Skin - 0.1 - - 

Fensulfothion 
(115-90-2) - 0.1 - - 

Fenthion 
(55-38-9) -Skin - 0.2 - - 

Ferbam 
(14484-64-1) - 10 - - 

Ferrovanadium dust 
(12604-58-9) - 1 - 3 

Fluorides 
(as fluoride) 
(16984-48-8),(b) - 2.5 

Fluorine 
(7782-41-4) 1 1.6 2 3.1 

Fonofos 
(944-22-9) — Skin - 0.1 - - 



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Short-Term Exposure Values (STEV) for Biological and 
Chemical Agents 



TWAEV STEV 

AGENT ppm mg/m^ ppm mg/m^ 



(CAS Reg. No.) 



Formaldehyde 
(50-00-0) 1 1.5 2 3 

Formamide 
(75-12-7) — Skin 10 15 - - 

Formic acid 
(64-18-6) 5 9.4 - - 

Furfural 
(98-01-1) - Skin 2 8 - - 

Furfuryl alcohol 
(98-00-0) - Skin 10 40 15 60 

Germanium tetrahydride 
(7782-65-2) 0.2 0.63 

Glass, fibrous or dust 
(a) - 10 - - 

Grain dust (oats, wheat, 
barley), (a) - 4 _ _ 

Hafnium 
(7440-58-6) - 0.5 - - 

Halothane 
(151-67-7) 2 16 - - 

Heptachlor 
(76-44-8) —Skin - 0.5 - - 

n-Heptane 
(142-82-5) 400 1,635 500 2,045 

2-Heptanone 
(110-43-0) 50 233 

3-Heptanone 
(106-35-4) 50 230 



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Short-Term Exposure Values (STEV) for Biological and 
Chemical Agents 



AGENT 

(CAS Reg. No.) 


TWAEV 
ppm mg/m^ 


STEV 
ppm mg/m 


4-Heptanone 
(123-19-3) 

Hexachloro-l,3-butadiene 
(87-68-3) -Skin 


50 233 
0.02 0.21 


- 



Hexachlorocyclopentadiene 
(77-47-4) 0.01 0.11 

Hexachloroethane 
(67-72-1) 10 97 

Hexachloronaphthalene 
(1335-87-1) ~ Skin - 0.2 

Hexafluoroacetone 
(684-16-2) ~ Skin 0.1 0.7 



Hexahydro-l,3,5-trinitro- 
1,3,5-triazine 
(121-82-4) -Skin 


- 


1.5 


n-Hexane 
(110-54-3) 




50 


176 


Hexane, other isomers 


of 


500 


1,760 


2-Hexanone 
(591-78-6) 




5 


20 


sec-Hexyl acetate 
(142-92-7) 




50 


294 


Hydrazine 
(302-01-2) -Skin 




0.1 


0.13 



Hydrogen peroxide (90%) 
(7722-84-1) 1 1.4 



2380 



1,000 3,520 



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Short-Term Exposure Values (STEV) fw Biological and 
Chemical Agents 



AGENT 

(CAS Reg. No.) 



TWAEV 
ppm mg/m 



STEV 
ppm mg/m 



Hydrogen selenide 
(as selenium) 
(7783-07-5) 

Hydrogen sulfide 
(7783-06-4) 

4-Hydroxy-4-m ethyl- 
2-pentanone 
(123-42-2) 

2-Hydroxypropyl acrylate 
(999-61-1) —Skin 

Indene 
(95-13-6) 

Indium and its compounds 
(as indium) 
(7440-74-6),(b) 

Iodoform 
(75-47-8) 

Iron pentacarbonyl 
(as iron) 
(13463-40-6) 

Iron salts, water- 
soluble 
(as iron) 
(7439-89-6), (b) 

Isoamyl acetate 
(123-92-2) 

Isoamyl alcohol 
(123-51-3) 



0.05 
10 

50 

0.5 

10 



0.6 



0.1 



100 



100 



0.16 



14 



240 



2.7 



47 



0.1 



10 



0.8 



530 



360 



15 



75 



21 



360 



0.2 



1.6 



125 



450 



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Short-Term Exposure Values (STEV) for Biological and 
Chemical Agents 



TWAEV STEV 

AGENT ppm mg/m^ ppm mg/m^ 

(CAS Reg. No.) 



Isobutyl acetate 
(110-19-0) 150 710 187 887 

Isobutyl alcohol 
(78-83-1) 50 150 

2-Isopropoxyethanol 
(109-59-1) 25 105 

Isopropyl acetate 
(108-21-4) 250 1,040 310 1,295 

Isopropyl alcohol 
(67-63-0) 400 980 500 1,225 

Isopropylamine 
(75-31-0) 5 12 10 24 

N-Isopropylaniline 
(768-52-5) - Skin 2 11 _ _ 

Ketene 
(463-51-4) 0.5 0.9 1.5 2.6 

Lindane 
(58-89-9) — Skin - 0.5 - - 

Lithium hydride 
(7580-67-8) - 0.025 

Magnesium oxide fume 
(1309-48-4) - 10 

Malathion 
(121-75-5) — Skin - 10 - - 

Maleic anhydride 
(108-31-6) 0.25 1 - - 



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Short-Term Exposure Values (STEV) for Biological and 
Chemical Agents 



TWAEV 



AGENT 

(CAS Reg. No.) 



ppm 



mg/m' 



STEV 
ppm mg/m' 



Manganese, dust and 
compounds (as manganese) 
(7439-96-5), (b) 

Manganese-containing 
fume (as manganese) 
(7439-96-5),(b) 

Manganese cyclo- 
pentadienyltricarbonyl 
(as manganese) 
(12079-65-1) -Skin 

Manganese tetroxide 
(as manganese) 
(1317-35-7) —Skin 

Mesityl oxide 
(141-79-7) 

Methacrylic acid 
(79-41-4) 

Methanethiol 
(74-93-1) 

Methanol 
(67-56-1) -Skin 

Methomyl 
(16752-77-5) 

Methoxychlor 
(72-43-5) 

2-Methoxyethanol 
(109-86-4) -Skin 

2-Methoxyethyl acetate 
(110-49-6) — Skin 



15 



20 



0.5 



200 



0.1 



60 

70 

1 

260 

2.5 

10 

16 

24 



25 



100 



250 



325 



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Chemical Agents 





TWAEV ^ 


STEV 


AGENT 

(CAS Reg. No.) 


ppm 


mg/m"* 


ppm mg/m 


4-Methoxyphenol 
(150-76-5) 


- 


5 


- - 


1 -M ethoxy-2-propanol 
(107-98-2) 


100 


365 


150 550 


Methyl acetate 
(79-20-9) 


200 


605 


250 755 


Methyl acrylate 
(96-33-3) - Skin 


10 


35 


- 


Methy lamine 
(74-89-5) 


10 


13 


- 


N-Methylbenzenamine 
(100-61-8) -Skin 


0.5 


2.2 


- 


Methylbenzene 
(108-88-3) 


100 


376 


150 564 


Methyl bromide 
(74-83-9) ~ Skin 


5 


19 


- 


3-Methyl-2-butanone 
(563-80-4) 


200 


705 


- 


Methyl chloride 
(74-87-3) 


50 


103 


100 205 



Methyl 2-cyanoacrylate 
(137-05-3) 2 9 4 18 

Methylcyclohexane 
(108-87-2) 400 1,600 

2-Methylcyclohexanol 
(583-59-5) 50 233 - - 



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Chemical Agents 



TWAEV STEV 

AGENT ppm mg/m ppm mg/m^ 

(CAS Reg. No.) 



2-Methylcyclohexanone 
(583-60-8) —Skin 50 230 75 345 

2-Methylcyclopentadienyl- 
manganese tricarbonyl 
(as manganese) 
(12108-13-3) - Skin - 0.2 - - 

Methyl demeton 
(8022-00-2) — Skin - 0.5 - - 

2-Methyl-3,5-dinitrobenzamide 
(148-01-6) - 5 - 10 

4,4'-Methylenebis- 
(2-chloroaniline) 
(101-14-4) — Skin '0.02 0.22 

4,4'-Methylene- 
dianiline 
(101-77-9) — Skin - 0.04 

((1 -Methylethoxy)m ethyl)- 
oxirane 
(4016-14-2) 50 237 75 356 

Methyl formate 
(107-31-3) 100 245 150 370 

5-Methyl-3-heptanone 
(541-85-5) 25 130 

5-Methyl-2-hexanone 
(110-12-3) 50 233 

Methyl iodide 
(74-88-4) - Skin 2 12 - - 

Methyl methacrylate 
(80-62-6) 100 410 



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TWAEV 



ppm 



mg/m' 



STEV 
ppm mg/m' 



Methyl parathion 
(298-00-0) - Skin 



0.2 



4-Methyl-2-pentanol 
(108-11-2) — Skin 



25 



104 



40 



167 



4-Methyl-2-pentanone 
(108-10-1) 



50 



205 



75 



305 



2-Methyl-2-propenenitrile 
(126-98-7) — Skin 



2.7 



alpha-Methylstyrene 
(98-83-9) 



50 



241 



100 



482 



l-Methyl-2,4,6-trinitrobenzene 
(118-96-7) — Skin 



0.5 



Metribuzin 
(21087-64-9) 



Mevinphos 
(7786-34-7) —Skin 



0.01 



0.1 



0.03 



0.3 



Molybdenum metal, dioxide 
and disulfide (as 
molybdenum) 
(7439-98-7), (b) 



10 



Molybdenum trioxide and 
molybdates (as 
molybdenum) 
(7439-98-7),(b) 



Monocrotophos 
(6923-22-4) 



0.25 



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TWAEV . 
ppm mg/m' 



STEV 
ppm mg/m* 



Morpholine 
(110-91-8) — Skin 20 

Naled 
(300-76-5) - Skin 

Naphthalene 
(91-20-3) 10 

1-Naphthyl N-methyl- 
carbamate 
(63-25-2) 

alpha-Naphthylthiourea 
(86-88-4) 

Nickel, metal and oxides 
and sulfides of (as nickel) 
(7440-02-0), (b) 

Nickel carbonyl 
(as nickel) 
(13463-39-3) 0.05 

Nickel, water-soluble 
compounds of (as nickel) 
(7440-02-0),(b) 

Nicotine 
(54-11-5) -Skin 

Nitramine 
(479-45-8) —Skin 

Nitric acid 
(7697-37-2) 2 

Nitric oxide 
(10102-43-9) 25 



70 



52 

5 

0.3 



0.35 

0.1 
0.5 
1.5 



30 



105 



15 



78 



10 



31 



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(CAS Reg. No.) 


TWAEV 
ppm mg/m^ 


STEV 
ppm mg/m^ 


p-Nitroaniline 
(100-01-6) -Skin 


- 


3 


- - 


Nitrobenzene 
(98-95-3) ~ Skin 


1 


5 


- 


Nitroethane 
(79-24-3) 


100 


306 


- 


Nitrogen dioxide 
(10102-44-0) 


3 


5.6 


5 9.4 


Nitrogen trifluoride 
(7783-54-2) 


10 


29 


- 


Nitroglycerine 
(55-63-0) ~ Skin 


0.05 


0.5 


- 


Nitrom ethane 
(75-52-5) 


100 


250 


- 


1-Nitropropane 
(108-03-2) 


25 


90 


- 


2-Nitropropane 
(79-46-9) 


10 


35 


20 70 


Nitrotoluene (sum of 








m-,o-,and p-isomers: 
(99-08-1), (88-72-2), 
and (99-99-0)) 
— Skin 


2 


11 




Nitrous oxide 
(10024-97-2) 


25 


45 


- 


Nonane 
(111-84-2) 


200 


1,050 


_ _ 



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Chemical Agents 



TWAEV STEV 

AGENT ppm mg/m^ ppm mg/m 

(CAS Reg. No.) 



Octachloronaphthalene 
(2234-13-1) —Skin - 0.1 - 0.3 

Octane 
(111-65-9) 300 1,400 375 1,750 

Osmium tetroxide (as 
osmium) 
(20816-12-0) 0.0002 0.002 0.0006 0.006 

Oxalic acid 
(144-62-7) - 1 - 2 

l,l'-Oxybisbenzene 
(101-84-8) 17 2 14 

l,l'-Oxybis (2-chloroethane) 
(111-44-4) — Skin 5 29 10 58 



Oxybis (chlorom ethane) 
(542-88-1) 


0.001 


0.005 


2,2'-(Oxybis(methylene))- 
bisoxirane 
(2238-07-5) 


0.1 


0.53 


2,2'-Oxybis(propane) 
(108-20-3) 


250 


1,045 


Ozone 
(10028-15-6) 


0.1 


0.2 


Paraquat 
(1910-42-5) 


- 


0.1 


Parathion 
(56-38-2) - Skin 


- 


0.1 


Pentaborane 
(19624-22-7) 


0.005 


0.013 



310 1,295 

0.3 0.6 



0.015 0.039 



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(CAS Reg. No.) 



TWAEV . 
ppm mg/m' 



STEV 
ppm mg/m' 



Pentachloronaphthalene 
(1321-64-8) 

Pentachlorophenol 
(87-86-5) ~ Skin 

Pentane 
(109-66-0) 

2-Pentanone 
(107-87-9) 

3-Pentanone 
(96-22-0) 

Perchloryl fluoride 
(7616-94-6) 

Persulfates, alkali metal, 
and including ammonium 
(7727-54-1), sodium 
(7775-27-1) and 
potassium persulfate 
(7727-21-1) 
(as SgOg) 

Phenol 
(108-95-2) —Skin 

Phenothiazine 
(92-84-2) — Skin 

(Phenoxymethyl) oxirane 
(122-60-1) 

p-Phenylenediamine 
(106-50-3) —Skin 

Phenylhydrazine 
(100-63-0) — Skin 



600 



200 



200 



0.5 
0.5 
1,770 
700 
705 
13 



19 



0.1 



22 



750 



250 



2,210 
880 



25 



10 



44 



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Short-Term Exposure Values (STEV) for Biological and 
Chemical Agents 



AGENT 

(CAS Reg. No.) 



TWAEV 
ppm mg/m' 



STEV 
ppm mg/m' 



Phorate 
(298-02-2) — Skin - 0.05 

Phosphine 
(7803-51-2) 0.3 0.4 

Phosphoric acid 
(7664-38-2) - 1 

Phosphorothionic acid 
0,0-diethyl 0-(6-methyl- 
2-(l-methylethyl)- 
4-pyrimidinyl) ester 
(333-41-5) — Skin - 0.1 

Phosphorus (yellow or 
white) 
(7723-14-0) - 0.1 

Phosphorus oxy chloride 
(10025-87-3) 0.1 0.6 

Phosphorus pentachloride 
(10026-13-8) 0.1 0.85 

Phosphorus pentasulfide 
(1314-80-3) - 1 

Phosphorus trichloride 
(7719-12-2) 0.2 1.1 

Phthalic anhydride 
(85-44-9) 1 6 

m-Phthalodinitrile 
(626-17-5) - 5 

Piperazine dihydrochloride 
(142-64-3) - 5 



0.5 



0.5 



0.2 

1.4 

3 



2.8 



2391 



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Chemical Agents 



AGENT 

(CAS Reg. No.) 



TWAEV . 
ppm mg/m' 



STEV 



ppm 



mg/m' 



Platinum metal 
(7440-06-4) 



Platinum, water-soluble 
compounds of, including 
chloroplatinates (as 
platinum) 

(7440-06-4),(b) 



0.002 



Propargyl alcohol 
(107-19-7) — Skin 



2.3 



((2-Propenyloxy)m ethyl) 
oxirane 
(106-92-3) — Skin 



23 



10 



47 



beta-Propiolactone 
(57-57-8) 



0.5 



1.5 



Propionic acid 
(79-09-4) 



10 



30 



Propoxur 
(114-26-1) 



0.5 



n-Propyl acetate 
(109-60-4) 



200 



830 



250 



1,040 



n-Propyl alcohol 
(71-23-8) ~ Skin 



200 



490 



250 



615 



1,2-Propylene glycol 
dinitrate 
(6423-43-4) — Skin 



0.05 



0.34 



Propylenimine 
(75-55-8) — Skin 



4.7 



n-Propyl nitrate 
(627-13-4) 



25 



105 



40 



170 



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Short-Term Exposure Values (STEV) for Biological and 
Chemical Agents 



AGENT 

(CAS Reg. No.) 



TWAEV 



ppm 



mg/m' 



STEV 
ppm mg/m** 



Propyne 
(74-99-7) 

Pyrethrum 
(8003-34-7) 

Pyridine 
(110-86-1) 

Quinone 
(106-51-4) 

Resorcinol 
(108-46-3) 

Rhodium, metal 
and water-insoluble 
compounds of (as rhodium) 
(7440-16-6),(b) 

Rhodium, water-soluble 
compounds of, including 
chloride, nitrate, and 
sulfate (as rhodium) 
(7440-16-6),(b) 

Ronnel 
(299-84-3) 

Rotenone (commercial) 
(83-79-4) 

Selenium and its com- 
pounds except selenium 
hexafluoride and hydrogen 
selenide (as selenium) 
(7782-49-2),(b) 



1,000 



0.1 



10 



1,635 
5 

16 

0.44 

45 



0.01 



10 



0.2 



1,250 2,045 



20 



90 



2393 



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Short-Term Exposure Values (STEV) for Biological and 
Chemical Agents 



AGENT 

(CAS Reg. No.) 


TWAEV 
ppm mg/m^ 


STEV 
ppm mg/m 


Selenium hexafluoride 
(as selenium) 
(7783-79-1) 


0.05 0.16 




Silane 
(7803-62-5) 


5 6.6 


- 


Silver, metal 
(7440-22-4) 


0.1 


- 


Silver, water-soluble 
compounds of (as silver) 
(7440-22-4),(b) 


0.01 


_ _ 


Sodium bisulfite 
(7631-90-5) 


5 


- 



Sodium fluoroacetate 
(62-74-8) —Skin - 0.05 - 0.15 

Sodium metabisulfite 
(7681-57-4) - 5 - - 

Strychnine 
(57-24-9) - 0.15 

Styrene * 
(100-42-5) 50 213 100 425 

Sulfur dioxide 
(7446-09-5) -2 5.2 5. 10.4 

Sulfur hexafluoride 
(2551-62-4) 1,000 5,970 

Sulfuric acid 
(7664-93-9) - 1 - - 

* Special exceptions may apply to this substance; see section 9 of the 
Regulation. 



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Short-Term Exposure Values (STEV) for Biological and 
Chemical Agents 



AGENT 

(CAS Reg. No.) 



TWAEV 



ppm 



mg/m' 



STEV 
ppm mg/m^ 



Sulfuryl fluoride 
(2699-79-8) 

Sulprofos 
(35400-43-2) 

Tellurium and its com- 
pounds except tellurium 
hexafluoride (as tellurium) 
(13494-80-9),(b) 

Tellurium hexafluoride 
(as tellurium) 
(7783-80-4) 

Temephos 
(3383-96-8) 

1,1,2,2-Tetrabromoethane 
(79-27-6) 



0.02 



21 



0.1 



0.20 



10 



14 



10 



42 



l,l,l,2-Tetrachloro-2,2- 
difluoroethane 










(76-11-9) 


500 


4,165 


- 


- 


1,1,2,2-Tetrachloro- 










1,2-difluoroethane 
(76-12-0) 


500 


4,165 


- 


- 


1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane 
(79-34-5) —Skin 


1 


7 


- 


- 


Tetrachloroethylene 
(127-18-4) 


50 


340 


200 


1,355 



Tetrachloronaphthalene 
(1335-88-2) 



2395 



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Chemical Agents 



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(CAS Reg. No.) 



TWAEV 



ppm 



mg/m" 



STEV 



ppm 



mg/m' 



Tetraethyl dithiono- 
pyrophosphate 
(3689-24-5) ~ Skin 



0.2 



Tetraethyl pyrophosphate 
(107-49-3) ~ Skin 



0.004 



0.047 



Tetrahydrofuran 
(109-99-9) 



200 



590 



250 



735 



Tetramethoxysilane 
(681-84-5) 



6.2 



Tetramethylsuccino- 
dinitrile 
(3333-52-6) ~ Skin 



0.5 



2.8 



Tetranitrom ethane 
(509-14-8) 

Tetrasodium pyrophosphate 
(7722-88-5) 



Thallium, water-soluble 
compounds of (as thallium) 
(7440-28-0 ),(b) ~ Skin 



0.1 



4, 4'-Thiobis 
(6-tert-butyl-m-cresol) 
(96-69-5) 



10 



Thioglycolic acid 
(68-11-1) — Skin 



3.8 



Tin, metal, oxide and inorganic 
compounds of, except 
stannane (as tin) 
(7440-31-5),(b) 



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Short-Term Exposure Values (STEV) for Biological and 
Chemical Agents 



TWAEV STEV 

AGENT ppm mg/m^ ppm mg/nT 

(CAS Reg. No.) 



Tin, organic compounds of 
(as tin) 
(7440-31-5) - Skin - 0.1 

Toluidine (sum of 
o-,m- and p-isomers: 
(95-53-4), (108-44-1), and 
(108-49-0)) —Skin 2 9 

Tributyl phosphate 
(126-73-8) 0.2 2.2 

Trichloroacetic acid 
(76-03-9) 1 6.7 

l,l,l-Trichloro-2,2-bis- 
(p-chlorophenyl) ethane 
(50-29-3) - 1 



450 2,455 



1,1,1-Trichloroethane 
(71-55-6) 


350 


1,910 


1,1, 2-Trichloroethane 
(79-00-5) -Skin 


10 


55 


Trichloroethylene 
(79-01-6) 


50 


268 


Trichlorom ethane 
(67-66-3) 


10 


49 


Trichlorom ethanesulf enyl 
chloride 
(594-42-3) 


0.1 


0.8 


Trichloronaphthalene 
(1321-65-9) - Skin 


- 


5 


Trichloronitrom ethane 
(76-06-2) 


0.1 


0.67 



200 1,075 



0.3 



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Short-Term Exposure Values (STEV) for Biological and 
Chemical Agents 



TWAEV STEV 

AGENT ppm mg/m^ ppm mg/m^ 

(CAS Reg. No.) 



(2,4,5-Trichlorophenoxy)- 
acetic acid and esters of 
(as 2,4,5-T) 
(93-76-5), (b) - 10 - . - 

1,2,3-Trichloropropane 
(96-18-4) — Skin 10 60 - - 

l,l,2-Trichloro-l,2,2- 
trifluoroethane 
(76-13-1) 1,000 7,650 1,250 9,560 

Tri-ortho-cresyl 
phosphate 
(78-30-8) ~ Skin - 0.1 

Triethylamine 
(121-44-8) 10 41 15 62 

Trimellitic anhydride 
(552-30-7) 0.005 0.039 

Trimethylamine 
(75-50-3) 10 24 15 36 

Trimethylbenzene 
(sum of isomers) 
(25551-13-7) 25 123 

Trim ethyl phosphite 
(121-45-9) 2 10 

2,4,6-Trinitrophenol 
(88-89-1) ~ Skin - 0.1 - 0.3 

Triphenyl amine 
(603-34-9) - 5 - - 

Triphenyl phosphate 
(115-86-6) - 3 



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Short-Term Exposure Values (STEV) for Biological and 
Chemical Agents 



TWAEV STEV 

AGENT ppm mg/m^ ppm mg/m^ 

(CAS Reg. No.) 



Tungsten, water-insoluble 
compounds of (as tungsten) 
(7440-33-7),(b) - 5 - 10 

Tungsten, water-soluble 
compounds of, including 
tungstic acids, phospho- 
tungstic acids and their 
salts (as tungsten) 
(7440-33-7),(b) - 1 - 3 

Uranium (natural) 
and its compounds (as 
uranium) 
(7440-61-l),(b) - 0.2 - 0.6 

n-Valeraldehyde 
(110-62-3) 50 175 

Vanadium respirable dust 
and fume (as vanadium 
pentoxide) 
(1314-62-l),(b) - 0.05 

Vinyl acetate 
(108-05-4) 10 35 20 70 

Vinyl bromide 
(593-60-2) 5 22 - - 

Vinyltoluene (mixture of 
m- and p-isomers) 
(25013-15-4) 50 241 100 482 

Warfarin 
(81-81-2) - 0.1 - - 



2399 



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AGENT 

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TWAEV 
ppm mg/m^ 



STEV 
ppm mg/m' 



Wood dust 
-certain hard 
woods as beech 
and oak, (a) 
-soft wood, (a) 



10 



Yttrium, metal and 
compounds (as yttrium) 
(7440-65-5 ),(b) 

Zinc chloride fume 
(7646-85-7) 



Zinc chromâtes 
(as chromium) 
(sum of (13530-65-9), 
(1103-86-9), and 
(37300-23-5)) 



0.01 



Zinc oxide fume 
(1314-13-2) 



10 



Zirconium compounds 
(as zirconium) 
(7440-67-7),(b) 



10 



2400 



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Chemical Agents 



CEV 
AGENT ppa mg/m^ 



(CAS Reg. No.) 



Acetic anhydride 
(108-24-7) 5 21 

Boron tribromide 
(10294-33-4) 1 10 

Boron trifluoride 
(7637-07-2) 1 2.8 

n-Butyl alcohol 
(71-36-3) - Skin 50 150 

n-Butylamine 
(109-73-9) — Skin 5 15 

tert-Butyl chromate, 
(as chromate) 
(1189-85-1) — Skin — 0.1 

Cadmium-containing fume 
(as cadmium) 
(1306-19-0) — 0.05 

Chlorine trifluoride 
(7790-91-2) 0.1 0.4 

Chloroacetaldehyde 
(107-20-0) 1 3 

o-Chlorobenzylidene malononitrile 
(2698-41-1) —Skin 0.05 0.4 

2-Chloroethanol 
(107-07-3) — Skin 1 3.3 

Cyanogen chloride 
(506-77-4) 0.3 0.75 

o-Dichlorobenzene 
(95-50-1) 50 300 



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78 



PART 5 Ceiling Exposure Values (CEV) for Biological and 
Chemical Agents 



AGENT 
(CAS Reg. No.) 



ppm 



CEV 



mg/m' 



Dichloroethyne 
(7572-29-4) 

Ethylene glycol, vapour 
(107-21-1) 

5-Ethylidene-2-norbornene 
(16219-75-3) 

Glutaraldehyde 
(111-30-8) 

Hexylene glycol 
(107-41-5) 

Hydrogen bromide 
(10035-10-6) 

Hydrogen chloride 
(7647-01-0) 

Hydrogen cyanide 
(74-90-8) - Skin 

Hydrogen fluoride (as 
fluoride) 
(7664-39-3) 

Iodine 
(7553-56-2) 

Methyl ethyl ketone peroxides 
(a) 

Methylhydrazine 
(60-34-4) — Skin 

Oxygen difluoride 
(7783-41-7) 



0.1 



50 



0.2 



25 



10 



0.1 



0.2 



0.2 



0.05 



0.4 
127 

25 
0.8 
120 

10 
7.4 

11 

2.5 

1 

1.5 

0.38 

0.1 



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79 



PART 5 Ceiling Exposure Values (CEV) for Biological and 
Chemical Agents 



CEV 
AGENT ppm mg/m^ 



(CAS Reg. No.) 



Phenylphosphine 
(638-21-1) 0.05 0.23 

Potassium hydroxide 
(1310-58-3) - 2 

Sodium azide 
(26628-22-8) 0.1 0.26 

Sodium hydroxide 
(1310-73-2) - 2 

Subtilisins (proteolytic enzymes 
as 100% pure crystalline enzyme) 
(9014-01-1) - 0.00006 

Sulfur monochloride 
(10025-67-9) 1 6 

Sulfur pentafluoride 
(5714-22-7) 0.01 0.1 

Sulfur tetrafluoride 
(7783-60-0) 0.1 0.4 

Terphenyls (sum of o-, 
m-, and p-isomers; (84-15-1) 
(92-06-8), (92-94-4)) 0.5 4.7 

Thionyl chloride 
(7719-09-7) 1 5 

1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene 
(120-82-1) 5 37 

Tri chlorofluorom ethane 
(75-69-4) 1,000 5,600 



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PART 5 Ceiling Exposure Values (CEV) for Biological and 
Chemical Agents 



CEV 



AGENT 
(CAS Reg. No.) 



ppm 



mg/m'^ 



3,5,5-Trimethyl-2- 
cyclohexen-1-one 
(78-59-1) 



28 



m-Xylene-alpha,alpha'- 
diamine 
(1477-55-0) ~ Skin 



0.1 



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81 



PART 6 Time-Weighte^ Average Exposure Values (TWAEV) for 
Mineral Dusts 



AGENT 

(CAS Reg. No.) 



TWAEV-mg/m^ 
Total Dust Respirable Dust 



Coal dust 
(0 

Graphite, natural 
(7782-42-5) 

Mica 
(12001-26-2) 

Perlite 
(a) 

Soapstone 
(a) 

Talc (containing no asbestos 

fibres) 
(14807-96-6) 



2.5 



10 



Crystalline silica in a respirable form could be present in mineral 
dusts and, when it is, the Regulation respecting Silica, O. Reg. 
769/83, shall also be consulted. 



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PART 7 Time-Weighted Average Exposure Values (TWAEV) for 
Nuisance Particulates 



TWAEV 
AGENT mg/m^ 

(CAS Reg. No.) 



alpha- Alumina (total dust) 
(1344-28-1) 10 

Barium sulfate (total dust) 
(7727-43-7) 10 

Calcium carbonate, including marble 
(total dust) 
(471-34-1) 10 

Calcium silicate (total dust) 
(1344-95-2) 10 

Calcium sulfate, including plaster of 
Paris (total dust) 
(10101-41-4) 10 

Cellulose (paper fibre, total dust) 
(9004-34-6) 10 

Diatomaceous earth, uncalcined (total dust) 
(68855-54-9) 10 

Emery (total dust) 
(57407-26-8) 10 

Glycerin mist 
(56-81-5) 10 

Graphite, synthetic (total dust) 
(a) 10 



* Crystalline silica in a respirable form could be present in nuisance 
particulates and, when it is, the Regulation respecting Silica, 
O. Reg. 769/83, shall also be consulted. 



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83 



PART 7 Time-Weighted Average Exposure Values (TWAEV) for 
Nuisance Particulates 



TWAEV 
AGENT mg/m^ 



(CAS Reg. No.) 



Gypsum (total dust) 
(10101-41-4) 10 

Kaolin (total dust) 
(1332-58-7) 10 

Limestone (total dust) 
(1317-65-3) 10 

Magnesite (total dust) 
(546-93-0) 10 

Mineral wool fibre (total dust) 
(a) 10 

Pentaerythritol (total dust) 
(115-77-5) 10 

Portland cement (total dust) 
(65997-15-1) 10 

Precipitated silica (total dust) 10 

Rouge (total dust) 
(1309-37-1) 10 

Silica gel (total dust) 10 

Silicon (total dust) 
(7440-21-3) 10 

Silicon carbide (total dust) 
(409-21-2) 10 

Starch (total dust) 
(9005-25-8) 10 

Stéarates (total dust) 
(a) 10 

Sucrose (total dust) 
(57-50-1) 10 



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1 



84 



PART 7 Time-Weighted Average Exposure Values (TWAEV) for 
Nuisance Particulates 



AGENT 
(CAS Reg. No.) 



TWAEV 
mg/m^ 



Tantalum, metal and oxide 
(total dust) 
(7440-25-7), (b) 



10 



Titanium dioxide (total dust) 
(13463-67-7) 



10 



Vegetable oils (mists) except mists of 
irritant oils such as oils of castor 
and cashew nut 
(a) 



10 



Zinc oxide dust (total dust) 
(1314-13-2) 



10 



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85 



PART 8 Time-Weighted Average Exposure Values (TWAEV) and 

Short-Term Exposure Values (STEV) for Chemical Agents 
of Variable Composition 



TWAEV STEV 

AGENT mg/m^ mg/m^ 

(CAS Reg. No.) 



Asphalt fumes (as total benzene- 
soluble compounds) 
(8052-42-4) 5 

Chlorinated diphenyl oxides 
(55720-99-5) 0.5 2 

Coal tar pitch volatiles (as total 
benzene-soluble compounds) 
(8007-45-2),(b) 0.2 

Gasoline 
(8006-61-9) 900 1,500 

Hydrogenated terphenyls 
(61788-32-7) 5 * 



Isooctyl alcohol 
(26952-21-6) - Skin 


270 


- 


L.P.G. (Liquified petro- 
leum gas) 
(68476-85-7) 


1,800 


_ 


Methyl acetylene-propadiene 
mixture (MAPP) 
(a) 


1,800 


2,250 


Oil, mineral - Mist 
(8012-95-1) 


5 


10 


Paraffin wax fume 
(8002-74-2) 


2 





1 As sum of components assayed by chromatographic procedure with 
reference to the bulk sample. 



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PART 8 Time-Weighted Average Exposure Values (TWAEV) and 

Short-Term Exposure Values (STEV) for Chemical Agents 
of Variable Composition 



AGENT 
(CAS Reg. No.) 



TWAEV 
mg/m^ 



STEV 
mg/m^ 



Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) 
(1336-36-3) -Skin 

Rosin core solder 
pyrolysis products 
(as formaldehyde) 



Rubber solvent 
(a) 



Stoddard solvent 
(8052-41-3) 

Toxaphene 
(8001-35-2) — Skin 

Turpentine 
(8006-64-2) 

V.M.& P. Naphtha^, 
(8030-30-6) 

Welding fume or particulate, 

Aluminum-containing (as aluminum) 
(7429-90-5), (b) 

Iron-containing (as iron) 
(7439-89-6), (b) 

Other, not otherwise classified 
(total weight, oil-free) 
(a) 



0.05 

0.1 
1,600 
525 
0.5 
560 
1,350 



As sum of components assayed by chromatographic procedure with 
reference to the bulk sample. 



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PART 9 Exposure Values for Simple Asph3pciants 

The agents listed below are examples of simple asphyxiants which have 
not been assigned any definite exposure values. These agents cause 
asphyxiation by diluting the atmospheric oxygen level below that 
required to maintain normal respiratory function. If any of the listed 
gases and vapours is present in the air, the minimal oxygen content 
should not be less than 18 per cent by volume at any time. A number of 
the simple asphyxiants can form explosive mixtures in air; therefore, the 
explosive hazard should be considered when limiting the airborne 
concentration of these asphyxiants. 

Agent (CAS Reg. No.) 

Acetylene (74-86-2) 

Argon (7440-37-1) 

Ethane (74-84-0) 

Ethylene (74-85-1) 

Helium (7440-59-7) 

Hydrogen (1333-74-0) 

Methane (74-82-8) 

Neon (7440-01-9) 

Nitrogen (7727-37-9) 

Propane (74-98-6) 

Propylene (115-07-1) 



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PART 10 Known Toxic Agents for Which Exposure Values Have 
Not Been Established, and to Which Any Exposure 
Should be Avoided 



Agent 



( CAS Reg. No.) 



Benzidine ~ Skin (92-87-5 

Benzo(a)pyrene (50-32-8 

(l,l'-Biphenyl)-4-amine — Skin (92-67-1 

Chloromethyl methyl ether (107-30-2 

Chrysene (218-01-9 

1,2-Dibromoethane — Skin (106-93-4 

3,3'-Dichlorobenzidine — Skin (91-94-1 

3,3'-Dimethyl-(l,l'-biphenyl)-4,4'-diamine — Skin (119-93-7 

Dimethylcarbamoyl chloride (79-44-7 

Hexamethylphosphoric triamide — Skin (680-31-9 

beta-Naphthylamine (91-59-8 

4-Nitrobiphenyl (92-93-3 

N-Nitrosamines ~ Skin (e.g. N-Nitrosodimethylamine) (a) 

1,2-Oxathiolane 2,2-dioxide (1120-71-4 

N-Phenyl-beta-naphthylamine (135-88-6 



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PART 11 Exposure Values* for Acrylonitrile, Benzene and Mercury 



Agent 

(CAS Reg. No.) 



TWAEV STEV CEV 

ppm mg/m^ ppm mg/m^ ppm mg/m^ 



Acrylonitrile 
(107-13-1) 



2 4.3 



10 21.5 



Benzene 
(71-43-2) 

Mercury 

- all forms of 
except alkyl 
(as mercury) 
(7439-97-6), (b) 

- alky compounds 
of (as mercury) 
(7439-97-6), (b) 



5 16 



0.05 



0.01 



0.15 



0.03 



15 48 



The values listed in this part apply to work places to which the 
designated substance regulation does not apply. 



K9692) 



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47 



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O. Reg. 656/86 



RETAIL SALES TAX ACT 

O. Reg. 655/86. 

General. 

Made — October 30th, 1986. 

Filed— November 6th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 904 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

RETAIL SALES TAX ACT 

1. Clause 2 (a) of Regulation 904 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, 
as made by section 2 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 232/86, is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

(a) "install" includes the erection or assembly of 
tangible personal property, but does not 
include the erection or assembly of scaffold- 
ing, formwork, hoarding, construction 
cranes or temporary power or utilities used in 
the construction, renovation, maintenance, 
restoration or repair of real property; and 

2, This Regulation shall be deemed to 
have come into force on the 14th day 
of June, 1982. 



(9693) 



47 



APPRENTICESHIP AND TRADESMEN'S 
QUALIFICATION ACT 

O. Reg. 656/86. 

Horticulturist. 

Made— October 23rd, 1986. 

Filed— November 6th, 1986. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 

APPRENTICESHIP AND TRADESMEN'S 

QUALIFICATION ACT 

HORTICULTURIST 

1. In this Regulation, "certified trade" means the 
trade of horticulturist. O. Reg. 656/86, s. 1. 

2. The trade of horticulturist is designated as a cer- 
tified trade for the purposes of the Act. O. Reg. 
656/86, s. 2. 

3. The certified trade is composed of two branches 
as follows: 



1. Branch 1, nursery-greenhouse worker. 

2. Branch 2, landscaper-greenskeeper. 
O. Reg. 656/86, s. 3. 

4. An apprentice training program is established for 
the certified trade and shall consist of, 

(a) training and instruction at a location 
approved by the Director in the units of study 
listed in items 1 to 24 of Schedule 1 for 
Branch 1 and in the units of study listed in 
items 1 to 15 and in items 25 to 36 of 
Schedule 1 for Branch 2; and 

(b) work experience training provided by the 
employer of the apprentice in the units of 
study listed in items 1 to 10 of Schedule 2 for 
Branch 1 and in the units of study listed in 
items 10 to 20 of Schedule 2 for Branch 
2. O. Reg. 656/86, s. 4. 

5. — (1) An apprentice in the certified trade shall, 

(a) for Branch 1, complete related training and 
work experience training of 4,500 hours; and 

(b) for Branch 2, complete related training and 
work experience training of 4,500 hours. 

(2) The holder of a certificate of qualification in 
Branch 1 of the certified trade is entitled to a certificate 
of qualification in Branch 2 of the certified trade upon 
completion of a further period of related training and 
work experience training of 1,500 hours approved by 
the Director. 

(3) The holder of a certificate of qualification in 
Branch 2 of the certified trade is entitled to a certificate 
of qualification in Branch 1 of the certified trade upon 
completion of a further period of related training and 
work experience training of 1,500 hours approved by 
the Director. O. Reg. 656/86, s. 5. 

6. The subjects of examination for an apprentice in 
the certified trade are based upon the units of study 
contained in Schedules 1 and 2. O. Reg. 656/86, s. 6. 

I 

7. Notwithstanding subsection 8 (2) of Regulation" 

36 of Revised Regulations of .Ontario, 1980 (General), 
every hour worked by an apprentice in excess of the 
apprentice's regular daily hours of work experience 
training shall be included in computing the hours spent 
by the apprentice in work experience training. 
O. Reg. 656/86, s. 7. 



I 



8. The Director shall issue a progress record book t( 
an apprentice in the certified trade for the purpose of 
recording the progress of the apprentice in respect of 
related training and work experience and the appren- 
tice shall be responsible for keeping the progress record 
up to date and for its safe keeping. O. Reg. 656/86, 



s. 8. 



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9. Section 10 of Regulation 36 of Revised Regula- 
tions of Ontario, 1980 (General) does not apply to an 
apprentice in the certified trade. O. Reg. 656/86, 
s. 9. 

10.— (1) Section 9 and subsection 11 (2) of the Act 
do not apply to any person who works or is employed 
i in the certified trade. 

S 



(2) Section 10 £uid subsection 1 1 (3) of the Act do not 
apply to any employer in the certified trade. O. Reg. 

656/86, s. 10. 

11. A certificate of qualification in the certified 
trade is not required to be renewed. O. Reg. 656/86, 
s. 11. 



Schedule 1 
IN-SCHOOL TRAINING 



ITEM 


COLUMN 1 


COLUMN 2 




UNIT OF STUDY 


INSTRUCTION TO BE GIVEN 


1. 


SAFETY 


Safety rules and safe operating 
procedures. Protective clothing and 
equipment. First aid. Fire preven- 
tion; use and maintenance of fire 
fighting equipment. Handling and 
storing toxic solvents and materials. 
Occupational Health and Safety Act. 
Workers' Compensation Act. Ontario 
Pesticides Act. 


2. 


TRADE CALCULATIONS AND 
BLUEPRINTS 


Addition, substraction, multiplica- 
tion and division of whole numbers, 
fractions and decimals, ratio and 
proportion, areas. Lines, planes and 
angles; application to layout. 
Basic drafting and interpretation of 
blueprints. Site restrictions. 
Layout control stakes for grading 
operations. Layout lines of control 
for patios, walks, retaining walls. 


3. 


TRADE COMMUNICATIONS 


Effective communication. Reports, 
forms, work orders, instruction 
manuals, periodicals, trade journals. 


4. 


BOTANY 


Basic plant development from seed to 
mature plant. Germination, plant 
cells, osmosis, diffusion, transpir- 
ation, evaporation. Cell division, 
photosynthesis. Effects of temper- 
ature, soil conditions and oxygen. 
Parts and functions of a leaf, stem 
and root. 


5. 


PORTABLE HAND AND 
POWER TOOLS 


Care and use of all trade portable 
hand and power tools. Importance of 
proper tool selection. 


6. 


PLANT MATERIAL I 


Identification of hardy woody, 
herbaceous and annual plant materials 
commonly used within the industry. 
Cultural requirements of woody and 
herbaceous plant materials as they 
pertain to moisture, soil type, 
hardness, light and nutrient require- 
ments. 



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ITEM 


COLUMN 1 


COLUMN 2 


UNIT OF STUDY 


INSTRUCTION TO BE GIVEN 


7. 


SOILS AND FERTILIZERS 


Soil characteristics and identification 
Sampling and testing for pH. Identifi- 
cation and application of common 
fertilizers. Growth regulators. 


8. 


BASIC TURF MANAGEMENT 


Identification of common turf 
varieties: blue grass, fescue, 
perennial rye, bent grass. Seeding 
and sodding procedures to establish 
and maintain healthy turf. 


9. 


PLANTING TECHNIQUES I 


Hand and machine planting methods and 
procedures. Preparation of planting 
beds and pits. Replanting and trans- 
planting methods and procedures. 


10. 


PRUNING 


Use and care of: pruning knives, 
budding knives, secateurs, loppers, 
pole pruners, hedge trimmers, pruning 
saws. Root pruning techniques. 
Methods of pruning shrubs, fruit 
trees, shade trees and evergreens. 


11. 


DISEASE AND PEST 
CONTROL 


Recognition and control of weeds, 
insects and disease. Selection, 
mixing and application of fungicides, 
repellents and poisons. Ministry of 
Environment standards, manufacturer's 
specifications, Ontario Pesticides 
Act. 


12. 


BASIC GRADING 


Interpretation of grading plan. 
Setting grades. Rough grading. Cut 
and fill procedures. Stripping, 
conservation and reapplication of 
topsoil. 


13. 


BASIC CARPENTRY 


Identification and selection of 
timber for landscape applications. 
Familiarity with lumber mill grade 
stamps. Construction of screens, 
fences, decks and forms. 


14. 


SMALL ENGINE MAINTENANCE 


Care and use of all small internal ji 
combustion engines. Maintenance H 
procedures, non-scheduled repair's, fl 
use of manufacturer's manuals and M 
specification charts. W 



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ITEM 


COLUMN 1 


COLUMN 2 


UNIT OF STUDY 


INSTRUCTION TO BE GIVEN 


15. 


DRY MASONRY 


Care and use of masonry tools. 
Preparation of base and foundation 
for laying paving stones and bricks, 
pre-cast units. Cutting and shaping 
as required. 


16. 


PROPAGATION AND 
PRODUCTION 


Methods of propagating nursery stock. 
Production of annuals and herbaceous 
perennials, woody shrubs and trees, 
aquatic plants and vines, by graft- 
ing, budding, seeding or from 
cuttings, using container and row 
cultures. Preparation of seed beds 
and flats. 








17. 


GREENHOUSE GROWING 


Producing and maintaining greenhouse 
plant materials. Care and operation 
of greenhouse. Control of: humidity, 
light ventilation, carbon dioxide, 
water, temperature, periodicity. Use 
of artificial growing mediums and 
hydroponic systems. Spraying and 
fumigating. 


18. 


ADVANCED BOTANY 


Recognition and identification of 
mature plant materials and scope of 
application, including botanical 
names and their meaning. Plant 
hardiness and cultural requirements. 
Handle, store, protect and grade 
nursery stock in accordance with 
requirements of Canadian Nursery 
Trades Association Guide 
Specifications . 


19. 


ADVANCED SOILS 


Cultivation and grading by hand and 
machine. Sub-soiling. Sterilization 

and reconditioning. 


20, 


FERTILIZERS 


Selection and application of 
fertilizers. The importance of: 
nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium and 




trace elements. Storing of 
fertilizers. 


21. 


IRRIGATION 


Care and use of manual and automatic 
irrigation systems for nursery stock 
and greenhouse crops. 



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ITEM 


COLUMN 1 


COLUMN 2 


UNIT OF STUDY 


INSTRUCTION TO BE GIVEN 


22. 


PLANTING TECHNIQUES II 


Preparation and transplanting of all 
nursery stock by hand and machine. 
Staking and guying. Large material 
planting. Balled and burlap/bare root 
materials. Bedding. 


23. 


POWER TOOLS AND 
EQUIPMENT 


Care and use of all trade power tools 
and equipment, including: chain saws, 
tractors/ loaders, sod cutters, roto- 
tillers, hedge trimmers, spreaders, 
seeders, tree spades, planting machines, 
sprayers, sterilizers, potting machines, 
slings and cultivators. 


24. 


PLANT MATERIAL II 


Methods and application of winter pro- 
tection for plant materials including: 
wrapping/ screening, mulching/ hilling, 
traps, baits, spraying and wire screen 
protection. Winter storage requirements 
for harvested and container-grown 
nursery stock. 


25. 


PLANT MATERIAL III 


Identification of at least eighty hardy 
herbaceous and annual plants. Methods 
of providing winter protection when 
required. Methods of repairing and 
salvaging damaged plant material such 
as: pruning, bark tracing, bracing and 
guying, bridging and grafting, wood 
dressing applications. Identification 
and grading of plant material. Inter- 
pretation of C.N.T.A. guide specifica- 
tions. 


26. 


PLANTING I 


Methods of installing nursery stock. 
Staking out plant bed locations. 
Preparation of planting pits and beds: 

- excavation 

- drainage 

- backfilling 

- fine grade, mulching and irrigation. 


27. 


LANDSCAPE DESIGN 


Preparation of basic residential land- 
scape sketches. Determination of design 
requirements and landscape features. 

1 



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ITEM 


COLUMN 1 


COLUMN 2 




UNIT OF STUDY 


INSTRUCTION TO BE GIVEN 


28. 


ADVANCED GRADING 


Preparation of grading plans. Use of 
levels, batter boards, cross heads and 
boning rods. Establishing areas of cut 
and fill. Care and use of grading 
equipment to strip and stockpile top- 
soil, establish sub-grade, replace 
topsoil and fine grade. 


29. 


LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION I 


Constructing timber landscape structures 
by: estimating material requirements, 
laying out structure, excavating as 
required, cutting and securing com- 
ponents, finishing surface as required. 
Methods of mixing and placing concrete 
using appropriate materials and equip- 
ment. Constructing simple masonry 
structures and walls. Asphalt appli- 
cations, physical properties and base 
preparations. Finishing methods. 


30. 


ESTIMATING I 


From prepared plans, methods of 
calculating quantities of: materials, 
labour, equipment. Determination of 
unit prices, allowance for overhead 
factors, profit. Tendering procedures. 


31. 


EQUIPMENT III 


Care and use of all hand and power tools 
and equipment, including: trimmers, 
scythes, edgers, mowers, sod cutters, 
rollers, spreaders, shredders, tractors, 
plows, augers, rotavators, harrows, 
blowers, sprayers, mixers, compaction, 
grading and soil equipment, chain saws, 
aerifiers, seeders, dressers, thatchers, 
lawn sweepers and trap rakes. 


32. 


TURF MANAGEMENT 


Selecting, developing and maintaining 
the standard fine turf species in 
Ontario. Selecting appropriate turf as 
required for tees, fairways and greens. 


33. 


GOLF COURSE RENOVATION 
AND RECONSTRUCTION 


Principles of golf course design and 
lay-out, including: tees, greens, fair- 
ways and traps. Preparation of soil 
mixtures and additives. Selection and 
installation of common drainage compo- 
nents. 






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ITEM 


COLUMN 1 


COLUMN 2 


UNIT OF STUDY 


INSTRUCTION TO BE GIVEN 


34. 


FERTILIZERS II 


Selection and use of fertilizers to 
produce quality of turf desired. 
Importance of nitrogen, phosphorus, and 
potassium to plant growth. Identifica- 
tion of trace element deficiencies. 
Selection, identification and applica- 
tion of fertilizers as required. Proper 
storage procedures for fertilizers. 


35. 


IRRIGATION 


Identification of water requirements in 
new and existing landscapes. Operation 
and maintenance of manual and automatic 
irrigation systems. 


36. 


GOLF COURSE MAINTENANCE 


Maintaining fine turf on golf courses. 
Methods of de-thatching, overseeding, 
aerating, brushing, spraying, 
fertilizing and rolling of fine turf. 
Changing cup holes and markers. Sand 
trap maintenance. Proper mowing 
procedures. 



O. Reg. 656/86, Sched. I. 



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o. Reg. 656/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Schedule 2 
WORK EXPERIENCE TRAINING 



5767 



ITEM 


COLUMN 1 


COLUMN 2 


UNIT OF STUDY 


INSTRUCTION TO BE GIVEN 


1. 


PROPAGATION AND 
PRODUCTION 


Methods of producing and propagating 
nursery stock including: annuals, 
herbaceous perennials, woody shrubs, 
trees, aquatic plants and vines. 
Methods of grafting, budding, seeding 
using container and row cultures, 
preparation of seed beds and flats. 


2. 


GREENHOUSE GROWING 


Methods of producing and maintaining 
greenhouse plant materials. Methods of 
operating a greenhouse through proper 
control of: humidity, light, ventila- 
tion, water, temperature, carbon dioxide 
and photo-periodicity. Use of 
artificial growing media. Methods of 
spraying and fumigating. 


3. 


ADVANCED BOTANY 


Identification and features of woody and 
herbaceous plant material commonly 
encountered in the industry. Selection 
of plants for specific landscape 
applications. Cultural and hardiness 
factors including light, soil and 
moisture. Methods of harvesting plant 
material. Handling, storing, protecting 
and grading nursery stock. Application 
of Canadian Nursery Trades Association 
Guide Specifications. 


4. 


ADVANCED SOILS 


Preparation of soil for nursery produc- 
tion. Identification of soil structure 
and type. Sterilization and recon- 
ditioning procedures. Proper drainage 
and cultivation methods. 


5. 


FERTILIZERS 


Selection and application of fertil- 
izers. The importance of potassium, 
nitrogen and phosphorus to plant growth. 
Identification and remedies for trace 
element deficiencies. 


6. 


IRRIGATION 


Proper use of manual and automatic 
irrigation systems for nursery stock and 
greenhouse crops. 



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5768 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



656/86 



COLUMN 1 



ITEM 



UNIT OF STUDY 



COLUMN 2 



INSTRUCTION TO BE GIVEN 



7. 



PLANTING TECHNIQUES 



Preparation of plants for transplanting: 
balling, potting, bare-rooting. Methods 
of staking and guying transplanted 
stock. Care and use of machines used to 
plant stock: tree spades, tree planters 
and potting machines. 



GREENHOUSE MAINTENANCE 



Maintenance and repair of greenhouses 
and related equipment. Proper installa- 
tion of valves and pipe fittings. Glass 
cutting and reglazing techniques. 
Polyhouse construction. 



POWER TOOLS AND 
EQUIPMENT 



Care and use of power tools and equip- 
ment including: chain saws, tractors, 
sod cutters, rototillers, hedge 
trimmers, spreaders, seeders, tree 
spades, planting machines, sprayers, 
sterilizers and posting machines. 



10, 



PLANT MATERIALS 



Determination of winter protection 
requirements for plant material. Winter 
storage requirements for harvested and 
container-grown nursery stock. Methods 
of: wrapping/ screening, mulching/ 
hilling, spraying and wire screen 
protection. Recognition of damaged 
plant material and methods of repair: 
pruning, bark tracing, bracing and 
guying, bridging and grafting, wood 
dressing applications. 



11, 



PLANTING II 



Methods of installing nursery stock. 
Staking out plant/bed locations. 
Preparation of planting pits and beds: 
excavation and removal of excess fill, 
provision of drainage where required, 
backfilling with planting mixture and 
nursery stock, fine grading, mulching 
and irrigation. 



12, 



LANDSCAPE DESIGN 



Preparation of basic residential land- 
scape sketches. Determination of design 
requirements. Selection and delineation 
of the required landscape features. 



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O. Reg. 656/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



5769 



ITEM 



COLUMN 1 



UNIT OF STUDY 



COLUMN 2 



INSTRUCTION TO BE GIVEN 



13. 



ADVANCED GRADING 



Laying out grading plans. Use of survey 
level, batter boards, cross heads and 
boning rods to establish areas of cuts 
and fill according to plan. Grading 
operations and selection of appropriate 
equipment. Stripping and stockpiling 
topsoil, establishing sub-grade, fine 
grading. 



14. 



LANDSCAPE CONSTRUC- 
TION II 



Construction of lumber and/or timber 
landscape structures, from drawings or 
specifications. Estimating material 
requirements. Layout procedures and 
preparation of base. Cutting and 
securing components. Mixing and placing 
of concrete. Finishing techniques. 
Construction of masonry surface/wall. 
Preparation of base for asphalt appli- 
cation. Care and use of proper 
equipment . 



15. 



ESTIMATING II 



From landscape drawings and/or plans, 
methods of: calculating quantities of 
materials, labour and equipment 
requirements. Methods of determining 
unit prices, overheads, profit margins. 
Tendering procedures. 



16 



EQUIPMENT IV 



Care and use of all hand tools 
including: slings, chains, rigging, 
ropes and tree spurs. Care and use of 
all power tools and equipment including: 
trimmers, chain saws, mowers, tractors, 
cutters, rototillers, spreaders, plows, 
seeders, rollers, augers, mixers, 
spades, compactors, edgers, loaders and 
shredders. 



17 



TURF MANAGEMENT III 



Selecting, developing and maintaining 
the standard fine turf species in 
Ontario. Selecting appropriate turf as 
required for tees, fairways and greens. 
Methods of cutting, rolling and staking 
nursery turf. 



I 



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5770 O. Reg. 656/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 657/86 



ITEM 



COLUMN 1 



UNIT OF STUDY 



COLUMN 2 



INSTRUCTION TO BE GIVEN 



18. 



GOLF COURSE RENOVATIONS 
AND RECONSTRUCTION 



Principles of golf course layout and 
design. Preparation of soil mixtures 
and additives for greens, tees and fair- 
ways. Proper selection, installation 
and maintenance of drainage components. 



19, 



FERTILIZERS III 



Methods of fertilizing fine turf. 
Identification of cultural requirements, 
Application and storage of quality 
fertilizers. Soil test procedures. 



20. 



IRRIGATION III 



Methods of installing and maintaining 
irrigation components as determined by 
landscape characteristics. Use of 
manual and automatic systems. 



I 



(9694) 



O. Reg. 656/86, Sched. 2. 
47 



ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 657/86. 

Exemption — Ministry of Natural 

Resources — MNR-30/ 7 . 
Made— October 30th, 1986. 
Approved — October 30th, 1986. 
Filed — November 7th, 1986. 



ORDER MADE UNDER THE 
ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

EXEMPTION— MINISTRY OF NATURAL 
RESOURCES— MNR-30/7 

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

The carrying out of the Provincial Parks Program 
including: 

(a) implementing: 

1. Park Management Plans, 

2. Resource Management Strategies, 

3. Operations Strategies and Mainte- 
nance Schedules, 

4. Development Strategies, 

5. Site Plans, 



6. Visitor Service and Interpretive Prog- 
rams, 

7. Capital Construction and Lease 
Purchase Projects, 

in Provincial Parks; 

(b) developing sewage or water works within or 
for Provincial Parks; 

(c) acquiring land to amend the boundaries of 
existing Provincial Parks, to complete land 
acquisition for an existing Provincial Park or 
for a sewage lagoon in or for a Provincial 
Park; and 

(d) establishing, amending and rescinding boun- 
dary regulations for existing Provincial 
Parks; 

be exempted 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 Natureil Resources has 
included a schedule for completion of an 
Environmental Assessment (EA) for Provin- 
cial Park Management with its request for 
exemption. Pre-submission consultation and 
completion of the EA for formal submission 



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O. Reg. 657/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



5771 



will be hampered by having to prepare sepa- 
rate exemptions or assessments for all Pro- 
vincial Park projects at the same time. 

B. Park environmental and recreational features 
could be damaged in the absence of Provin- 
cial Park projects that address existing park 
management problems. 

C. Public enjo>Tiient of recreational features 
may be reduced in the absence of the 
implementation of Provincial Park projects. 

D. The realization of the Government's Outdoor 
Recreation Program Objective and economic 
benefits to local communities would be 
limited. 

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

1 he undersigned is of the opinion that it is in the 
Dubiic interest to order and orders that the undertak- 
' ng is exempt from the application of the Act for the 
"oliowing reasons: 

A. This interim exemption will allow Provincial 
Park plans and projects to continue while the 
Environmental Assessment for Provincial 
Park Management undergoes pre-submission 
consultation. 

B. The Provincial Parks Program is carried out 
within a context of conservation, protection 
and wise management of the environment. 
A major feature of the Provincial Parks 
Program is the preservation of significant, 
natural and cultural features in the Ontario 
landscape. 



C. The conditions to which this undertaking is 
subject will ensure that affected Government 
agencies and the public are informed of 
MNR's intentions to implement components 
of the Provincial Parks Program during the 
period of this exemption order. 

D. A number of activities that make up this 
undertaking are similar to activities that are 
covered by approved MNR Class Environ- 
mental Assessments. The Minister of Natural 
Resources will apply such parts of the proce- 
dures specified in the Class Environmental 
Assessments as are appropriate to the 
activities that make up this undertaking until 
such procedures or other procedures are 
made directly applicable by the Environ- 
mental Assessment referred to in reason A. 






1. This exemption order does not apply to any 
plan or project: 

(o) for any provincial park designated by 
regulation under the Provincial Parks 
Act after June 1, 1983; 

(b) where development is likely to affect 
the habitat of a species designated 
under the Endangered Species Act 
(except for protecting the species); 

(c) where the estimated completion cost 
of a sewage or water works or a capi- 
tal construction or lease purchase 
project is in excess of $2 miUion, not 
including any land acquisition costs. 

2. This exemption order does not apply to any 
plan or project which includes the disposition 
of property or interests in property to the pri- 
vate sector for: 

(a) the development of a new commercial 
recreation facility or the upgrading of 
an existing commercial recreational 
facility; 

(b) mineral exploration or development; 

both of which will be done pursuant to 
Exemption Order MNR-26/4, as amended 
from time to time. 

3. MNR will continue to provide the Environ- 
mental Assessment Branch as well as the 
Regional Office of the Ministry of the Envi- 
ronment (MOE) with a list of proposed plans 
and projects (e.g., capital development and 
facility upgrading projects, resource man- 
agement activities, preparation or review of 
management plans) for the Provincial Parks 
Program no less than 30 days prior to the 
implementation of any project. The lists will 
specif' the nature, scope and location of all 
plans and projects and will specify which 
plans and projects will be carried out pur- 
suant to another exemption order. MNR 
will notify the above offices of revisions to 
the lists no less than 30 days prior to 
the implementation of any such plans or 
projects. 

4. A copy of all plans prepared for projects 
specified in the lists noted in Condition 3 
shall be available to the public for examina- 
tion at the appropriate District Office of 
MNR at least 30 days before implementation 
commences. 

5. Any activity exempt under this order that 
would be approved under a MNR Class 
Environmental Assessment, except that the 
approval does not apply to Provincial Parks, 
shall be carried out in accordance with the 



2425 



S772 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 657/86 



appropriate Class EA procedures, as though 
the activity was not in a Provincial Park by: 

(a) following the appropriate Class EA 
procedures, including notification, if 
there is no Park Management Plan; 
and 

(b) following the environmental quality 
guidelines and Construction and 
Mitigation Handbook, if there is a 
Park Management Plan. 

6. Where the Minister of the Environment 
determines, after consultation with the 
Minister of Natural Resources, that a prop- 
osed plan or project: 

(a) may generate an unusual amount of 
public or Government concern; or 

(b) may have unusual or significant 
potential environmental impacts not 
adequately treated in the pertinent 
planning exercise, 

the Minister of the Environment may, by 
written notice to the Minister of Natural 
Resources, direct that an environmental 
assessment be prepared for the plan or pro- 
ject in which event the plan or project will 
not be exempt under this order. 

7. Where the Minister of the Environment has 
given written notice to the Minister of 
Natural Resources that he is considering the 
applicaton of Condition 6 to a plan or pro- 
ject, MNR shall not implement the plan or 
project until 45 days have elapsed from the 
giving of notice or the Minister of the Envi- 
ronment gives written notice to the Minister 
of Natural Resources that it is not proposed 
to require an environmental assessment. 

8. During the period covered by this order, the 
Provincial Parks Program shall be planned, 
implemented and managed according to the 
following Provincial Parks' guidelines and 
policies: 

o Ontario Provincial Parks Policy 

o Ontario Provincial Parks Planning 
and Management Policies 

o Provincial Park Management Plan- 
ning Guidelines — 1983 

o Provincial Park Management Plan- 
ning Reference — 1986 

o Ontario Provincial Parks Provincial 
Operating Standards 

o Ontario Provincial Parks Capital 
Maintenance Standards 

o Ontario Provincial Parks Develop- 
ment Manual 



o Ontario Provincial Parks Develop- 
ment Standards 

o Parks and Recreational Areas Branch 
Policies and Procedures 

o Visitor Services Interim Policy 

9. The guidelines and policies specified in Con- 
dition 8 and any revisions or additions to 
these guidelines and policies will be made 
available by MNR for public inspection upon 
request and will be forwarded to the 
Environmental Assessment Branch of the 
Ministry of the Environment. 

10. Those plans and projects planned under the 
previous exemption (MNR-30/6), filed as 
Ontario Regulation 576/85, but not 
implemented by the date of its expiry, may 
continue to proceed in accordance with the 
conditions of this exemption. 

1 1 . Those plans and projects planned under this 
exemption, but not fully implemented by the 
date of expiry of this exemption, will have 
their status under the Environmental 
Assessment Act reviewed in connection with 
the review of the Class Environmental 
Assessment for Provincial Park Management 
and, if provided for in conditions of approval 
issued in connection with the undertaking, 
may continue to proceed in accordance with 
such conditions. 

12. This order expires on April 30, 1987 except 
that the Minister of the Environment, taking 
into consideration the progress of the Minis- 
try of Natural Resources on pre-submission 
consultation and any related drafting of the 
Class Environmental Assessment for Provin- 
cial Park Management and upon the request 
of the Minister of Natural Resources, may 
extend this expiry date but this extention 
shall not be beyond October 31, 1987. 

13. If the Ministry of Natural Resources has 
submitted a Class Environmental Assess- 
ment under this Act for the Provincial Park 
Management undertaking prior to the expiry 
of this order, this order shall remain in effect 
until a final decision on the approval of the 
Class Environmental Assessment has been 
made. 

14. Where an Environmental Assessment has 
been done and approval to proceed issued for 
an individual Provincial Parks plan or pro- 
ject, that plan or project shall be deemed to 
be a separate undertaking not exempt by this 
order. O. Reg. 657/86. 

James Bradley 
Minister of the Environment 



(9695) 



47 



2426 



O. Reg. 658/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 659/86 5773 



ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 



Corporation of the 
Marathon — MARN- 



O. Reg. 658/86. 
Exemption — The 

Township of 

TP-1. 
Made — October 30th, 1986. 
.•\pproved — October 30th, 1986 
Filed — November 7th, 1986. 



ORDER MADE UNDER THE 
ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

EXEMPTION— THE CORPORATION OF THE 
TOWNSHIP OF MAR-ATHON— MARN-TP-1 

Haxing received a request from The Corporation of 
he Township of Marathon that an undertaking, 
namely: 

The activity of construction, operating and 
maintaining a deep well, well pumphouse and 
water distribution system to service the Marathon 
Industrial Park, located in the Township of 
Marathon, District of Thunder Bay, 

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

Having been ad\4sed by The Corporation of the 
Township of Marathon that if the undertaking is sub- 
ject to the application of the Act, the following injur>', 
damage or interference with the persons and property 
indicated will occur: 

A. The four occupants of the newly established 
industrial park will be interfered with by 
having to use trucked-in water. 

B. The Corporation of the Township of 
Marathon will be damaged and interfered 
with by being required to prepare an 
environmental assessment for an undertak- 
ing which will not have adverse effects on the 
environment. 

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 appUcation of the Act for the 
following reasons: 

A. The proponent has advised that the 
environmental effects of the construction and 
operation of the water system will not be 
adverse nor are there any adjacent owners 
which it wiU affect. 



This exemption is subject to the following terms and 
conditions: 

1. Within 30 days after construction com- 
mences, the proponent shall notify in writing 
the Director of the Environmental Assess- 
ment Branch of the Ministr>- of the Envi- 
ronment of the date when construction 
commenced. 

2. This order shall expire if construction has 
not commenced by June 30, 1987. O. Reg. 
658/86. 

James Bradley 
Minister of the Environment 

(9696) 47 

ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 659/86. 

Exemption — Ministry' of Government 

Services— MGS-73. 
Made— October 30th, 1986. 
Approved — October 30th, 1986. 
Filed — November 7th, 1986. 



ORDER MADE UNDER THE 
ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

EXEMPTION— MINISTRY OF GOVERNMENT 
SERVICES— MGS-73 

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

The activity of providing the Ministry- of Trans- 
portation and Communications' Freeway Traffic 
Management System Control Centre and Central 
Region Office Building at 1201 Wilson Avenue, 
Downs view. 

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

Having been advised by the Ministry- of Govern- 
ment Services 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 Crown will be interfered with by the 
expense required to prepare an environmen- 
tal assessment for an undertaking which will 
have insignificant environmental effects. 

Ha\-ing 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; 



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5774 O. Reg. 659/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 661/86 



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

A. The proposed undertaking will have insig- 
nificant adverse effects on the environment. 

This exemption is subject to the following terms and 
conditions: 

1. Where any activity which otherwise would 
be exempt under this order is being carried 
out as or is part of an undertaking for which 
an environmental assessment has been 
accepted and approval to proceed received, 
the activity shall be carried out in accordance 
with any terms or conditions in the approval 
to proceed as well as the conditions of this 
order. 

2. Where any activity which is the subject of 
this order is being carried out as or is part of 
another undertaking which is the subject of 
an exemption order under the Act, the activ- 
ity exempt under this order shall be carried 
out in accordance with any terms or condi- 
tions in the other exemption order as well as 
the conditions in this order. 

3. This exemption shall cease to apply unless 
construction has commenced by December 
31, 1992. O. Reg. 659/86. 

James Bradley 
Minister of the Environment 



(9697) 



47 



HEALTH PROTECTION AND 
PROMOTION ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 660/86. 
Rabies-^Immunization . 
Made — November 6th, 1986. 
Filed— November 7th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 594/85 

MADE UNDER THE 

HEALTH PROTECTION AND 

PROMOTION ACT, 1983 

1. Table 1 of Ontario Regulation 594/85, 
as amended by section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 120/86, section 3 of 
Ontario Regulation 287/86, section 1 
of Ontario Regulation 501/86 and sec- 
tion 1 of Ontario Regulation 622/86, is 
further amended by adding thereto the 
following item: 

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9. Middlesex-London 
District Health Unit 



November 1, 1986 



(9698) 



47 



PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 661/86. 

Delegation of Authority of Minister under 
Section 4 of the Planning Act, 1983 — 
Official Plans — Hamilton- Wentworth. 

Made — November 3rd, 1986. 

Filed — November 7th, 1986. 



ORDER MADE UNDER THE 
PLANNING ACT, 1983 

DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY OF 

MINISTER UNDER SECTION 4 OF THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983— OFFICIAL 

PLANS— HAMILTON-WENTWORTH 

1. Subject to sections 2 and 3, all authority of the 
Minister under section 17, except subsections 17 (19) 
and (21), subsection 20 (1), subsections 22 (1) and (3) 
and section 64 of the Planning Act, 1983 is delegated 
to the council of The Regional Municipality of Hamil- 
ton- Wentworth in respect of official plans for the local 
municipalities within that regional municipality. 
O. Reg. 661/86, s. 1. 

2. — (1) The delegation in section 1 does not apply to 
an official plan or official plan amendment submitted 
to the Minister for approval prior to the day this Order 
comes into force. 

(2) The delegation in section 1 does not apply to an 
official plan adopted by the council of The Corpora- 
tion of the Town of Flamborough in 1986 or 1987 but 
does apply to amendments thereto and to amendments 
to an official plan that is in effect in the Town on the 
day this Order comes into force. O. Reg. 661/86, s. 2. 

3. — (1) The council, in exercising the authority 
delegated by section 1, shall comply with the following 
conditions: 



1. The council shall send to the Ministry of 
Municipal Affairs one copy of each official 
plan or official plan amendment received by 
the council for approval not later than ten 
days after the receipt of the application for 
approval. 

2. The council shall request comments for those 
departments or ministries of the public ser- 
vice, commissions and authorities that, in the 
council's opinion, have an interest in an offi- 
cial plan or official plan amendment as well 
as from such other public authorities and 
agencies as the Minister may direct, and shall 
submit to the Ministry of Municipal Affairs a 
list thereof, and shall not make a decision in 



O. Reg. 661/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 663/86 5775 



respect of the official plan or official plan 
amendment until thirty days after all 
requests for comments have been sent or 
until all comments have been received, 
whichever period of time is shorter. 

3. Where the council has not approved or refer- 
red to the Ontario Municipal Board an offi- 
cial plan or an official plan amendment 
within ninety days of the receipt of the appli- 
cation for approval, the council shall forth- 
with pro\-ide the clerk of the local munici- 
pality and the Ministr>- of Municipal Affairs 
with a report on the status of the application. 

4. The council shall send to the Ministry of 
Municipal Affairs one copy of each comment 
received under paragraph 2 as well as one 
copy of all modifications that are proposed 
for an official plan or official plan amend- 
ment and shall likewise send a copy of all 
modifications that are proposed to such other 
pubUc authorities and agencies that the 
council considers are affected thereby. 

5. Where the council makes a decision on an 
application, written notice of the decision 
shall be sent to the Ministr>- of Municipal 
Affairs and the clerk of the local municipality 
within fifteen days of making the decision. 

6. The original of the official plan or official 
plan amendment as approved shall be sent to 
the clerk of the local municipality. 

7. One certified copy of the official plan or offi- 
cial plan amendment as approved shall be 
sent to the Ministn,- of Municipal Affairs, 
Plans Administration Branch, Central and 
Southwest. 

8. One certified copy of the official plan or offi- 
cial plan amendment as approved shall be 
retained in the office of the clerk of the 
Regional Municipality. 

9. One certified copy of the official plan or offi- 
cial plan amendment as approved shall be 
sent to each of the Ministn.- of the Environ- 
ment, the Ministr>- of Natural Resources, the 
Ministr>- of Transportation and Communi- 
cations £md Ontario Hydro. 

10. One certified copy of the official plan or offi- 
cial plan amendment as approved shall be 
sent to such other Ministries of the Govern- 
ment of Ontario as request it. 

(2) The delegation of authority set out in this Order 
is not terminated by reason only that the council has 
failed to comply with a condition set out in subsection 
(1). O. Reg. 661/86, s. 3. 



4. This Order comes into force on the 3rd day of 
November, 1986. 

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Bernard GR.v\D.M.\iTRE 
Minister of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 3rd day of November, 1986. 

(9699) 47 



PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 662/86. 

Restricted Areas — Territorial District 

of Sudbun»-. 
Made— October 10th, 1986. 
Filed — November 7th. 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 834/81 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

1. Schedule 1 to Ontario Regulation 
834/81 is amended by adding thereto 
the following section: 

73. — (1) A second single dwelling and buildings and 
structures accessor}- thereto may be erected and used 
on the land described in subsection (2). 

(2) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land in 
the geographic Township of Cleland in the Territorial 
District of Sudbur>-, being that part of Lot 8, Conces- 
sion Vni, shown as Parcel 14433, Sudbur>- East Sec- 
tion, in the Land Registr>- Office for the Land Titles 
EHvision of Sudbury (No. 53). 

Pauline Morris 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 10th day of October, 1986. 



(9700) 



47 



PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 663/86. 

Restricted Areas — Territorial District 

of Sudbur>-. 
Made — October 3rd, 1986. 
FUed — November 7th, 1986. 



5776 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 663/86 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 834/81 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

1. Schedule 1 to Ontario Regulation 
834/81 is amended by adding thereto 
the following section: 

74. Notwithstanding that the parcel of land in the 
geographic Township of Cartier, Territorial District of 
Sudbury, being Part 1, Plan S3R-10814, deposited in 
the Land Registry Office for the Land Titles Division 
of Sudbury (No. 53) is shown on a map referred to in 



subsection 4 (1) as being in a Rural Zone, it shall be 
deemed to be in a General Industrial Zone to which 
Part VII applies. 



Pauline Morris 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 3rd day of October, 1986. 
(9701) 47 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



5841 



Publications Under The Regulations Act 

November 29th, 1986 



LOCAL SERVICES BOARDS ACT 

O. Reg. 664/86. 

Establishment of Local Services 

Board — Community of Moose 

Factor>'. 
Made — November 10th, 1986. 
Filed — November 10th, 1986. 



effective undertaking of the election of the first mem- 
bers of the Board. O. Reg. 664/86, s. 5. 

David Peterson 

Premier and Acting Minister of 

Northern Development and Mines 

Dated at Toronto, this 10th day of November, 1986. 



ORDER MADE UNDER THE 
LOC.\L SERVICES BO.\RDS .\CT 

In The Matter Of the Local Services Boards Act; 
and 

In The \L\tter Of the establishment of a Local Ser- 
vices Board for the communit> of Moose Factor>' 
situate in territory- without municipal organization 
in the Territorial District of Cochrane. 

ORDER 

Under the provisions of section 4 of the Local Ser- 
vices Boards Act, It Is Ordered: 

L A Local Services Board is established under the 
name "The Local Services Board of Moose Fac- 
tory". O. Reg. 664/86, s. 1. 

2. The boundaries of the Board areas are those 
described in the Schedule. O. Reg. 664/86, s. 2. 

3. The Board shall be composed of five members. 
O. Reg. 664/86, s. 3. 

4. The Bo£u-d may exercise the powers set out in 
paragraphs 4 and 5 of the Schedule to the Act. 
O. Reg. 664/86, s. 4. 

5. — (1) The election of the first members of the 
Board shall be held in the community of Moose Fac- 
tory on the 12th day of November, 1986 and the mem- 
bers so elected shall hold office from the 12th day of 
November, 1986 to the 30th day of September, 1987 
and until a new Board is elected. 

(2) Mr. Roy Cheechoo, Northern Affairs Officer, is 
appointed to conduct the election of the first members 
of the Board and for that purpose he has the general 
supervision of the election and the power to direct the 
manner of the election and to implement or to carry- 
out any other act or thing that may be required for the 

243 



Schedule 

All that parcel or tract of land in the Territorial 
District of Cochrane and Province of Ontario and 
being that part of Moose Factory Island described as 
follows: 

Commencing at the northwesterly comer of Lot 2 as 
shown on Registered Plan M-140 C; 

Thence southeasterly along the southwesterly limit 
of the said Lot 2 to the intersection with the most 
northerly limit of Lot 1 as shown on Registered Plan 
M-376 Coch.; 

Thence southwesterly along said most northern limit 
to the northwesterly comer of the said Lot 1; 

Thence southeasterly along the southwesterly limit 
of the said Lot 1 and the southwesterly limit of 
Centre Street as shown on the said Registered Plan 
M-376 Coch. to the southwesterly comer of Centre 
Street; 

Thence northeasterly along the southeasterly- limit of 
Centre Street to the northwesterly comer of Lot 7 1 
as shown on Registered Plan M-376 Coch.; 

Thence southeasterly along the southwesterly limit 
of lots 71, 70, 69 and 68 as shown on the said Plan to 
the southwesterly comer of the said Lot 68; 

Thence southwesterly along the northwesterly limit 
of lots 74, 73 and 72 as shown on the said Plan to the 
northwesterly corner of the ssiid Lot 72; 

Thence southeasterly along the southwesterly limit 
of the said lot to the southwesterly comer thereof; 

Thence southwesterly along the northwesterly limit 
of Horden Street, as shown on the said Registered 
Plan M-376 Coch. to the northwesterly corner 
thereof; 

1 



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O. Reg. 665/86 



Thence southeasterly along the southwesterly limit 
of the said street and its southeasterly prolongation 
to the intersection with the southerly limit of the 
road between lots 4 and 10 as shown on Registered 
Plan M-140 C; 

Thence southwesterly along said southerly limit to 
the southwesterly corner of Lot 10 as shown on 
Registered Plan M-140 C; 

Thence in a generally southeasterly and northeast- 
erly direction along the southeasterly limits of lots 10 
and 8 as shown on the said Registered Plan M-140 C 
to the southeasterly corner of Lot 8 south of the road 
as shown on the said registered Plan; 

Thence northwesterly along the northeasterly limit 
of the said Lot 8 south of the road to the northeast- 
erly corner thereof; 

Thence in a straight line to the southeasterly corner 
of Lot 8 north of the road as shown on the said 
Registered Plan M-140 C; 

Thence northwesterly along the northeasterly limit 
of the said Lot 8 of the road, the road between lots 8 
and 7, and Lot 7, all as shown on the said Registered 
Plan M-140 C, to the northeasterly corner of the said 
Lot 7; 



Thence in a generally southwesterly direction along 
the northwesterly limit of lots 7 and 2 to the point of 
commencement. O. Reg. 664/86, Sched. 



(9702) 



HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

O. Reg. 665/86. 

Motor Vehicle Inspection Stations. 
Made — October 30th, 1986. 
Filed — November 12th, 1986. 



48 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 474 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Form 3 of Regulation 474 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as made 
by section 9 of Ontario Regulation 
525/84, is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



5843 



Ministry of 
Transportation and 
Communications 



MVIS Group 
1201 Wilson Ave. 
Oownsview. Ontario 
IM3M 1J8. 



Propane Fuel System 
Inspection Report 

FORMS 

Highway Traffic Act 



Ontario 

Instructions: • Complete and mail all inspection reports, wtiether the vehicle is rejected or accepted, wiltiin 30 days to 
MVIS. Group. 1201 Wilson Ave.. Dowmsview. Ontario M3M 1J8. 

• Suggest vehicle oivner to record the sticker serial number arxl place it on the inside surface o( the glove compartment door 

• Ensure information is PRINTED arxl LEGIBLE 



Vehicle Owner 

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Results 

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Defect Report & Check List 

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Bacxcr«0( valves 


37 




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Gasotne todi-oll 


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We hereby sutxnit the iniormation contained herein in accordance with the inspection requiremen! for a 
propane fuelled vehicle made under the Highway Traffic Act. 

ion I Sègnalve of Ljce<^s«« Age^t 



Name ol Ragœerao UecnariK 



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Please complete the reverse side 



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5844 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 665/86 



List and describe all defects 



1 Item Number 


Description ; 








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Comments 


















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O. Reg. 665/86, s. 1. 



(9704) 



2434 



O. Reg. 666/86 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 666/86. 

Restricted Areas — District of Algoma, 
Sault Ste. Marie Xort:h Planning Area. 
Made — November 10th, 1986. 
Filed — November 12th, 1986. 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



5845 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 279/80 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

1. Ontario Regulation 279/80 is amended 
by adding thereto the following section: 



93. Notwithstanding that the land in the geo- 
graphic Township of Hodgins in the District of Algo- 
ma described as lots 11, 12 and 13, Plan M-55, regis- 
tered in the Land Registr>- Office for the Land Titles 
Di\ision of .\lgoma (No. 1), is shown on a map refer- 
red to in clause 4 (6 ) as being in an Urban Residential 
Zone, it shall be deemed to be in a General Commer- 
cial Zone to which Part VI applies. O. Reg. 666/86, 
s. 1. 

Pauline Morris 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 10th day of November, 1986. 



(9705) 



48 



2435 



O. Reg. 667/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



5947 



Publications Under The Regulations Act 



December 6th, 1986 



MUNICIPAL BOUNDARY 
NEGOTIATIONS ACT, 1981 

O. Reg. 667/86. 

Town of Picton — Township of 

Hallowell Boundary. 
Made — November 13th, 1986. 
Filed — November 19th, 1986. 



ORDER IN COUNCIL 

R.O.C. 411/86 

Whereas The Corporation of the Township of 
Hallowell and The Corporation of the Town of Picton 
have entered into an agreement dated the 2nd day of 
July, 1986 for the resolution of certain boundar>- 
issues; 

And Whereas public notice was given by the Clerk 
of the Executive Council under subsection 17 ( 1) of the 
Municipal Boundary Negotiations Act, 1981 of the 
intention to make an Order implementing the inter- 
municipal agreement; 

.\nd 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 ad\ice and concurrence of the Executive Council, 
orders under section 14 of the Municipal Boundary 
Negotiations Act, 1981 that, 

1. On the 1st day of Januar>-, 1987, the portion of 
the Township of Hallowell described in Schedule A is 
annexed to the Town of Picton. 

2. All real property of The Corporation of the 
Township of Hallowell situate in the annexed area 
vests in The Corporation of the Town of Picton on the 
1st day of January-, 1987. 

3. On the 1st day of Januar>-, 1987, the by-laws of 
The Corporation of the Town of Picton extend to the 
annexed area and the by-laws of The Corporation of 
the Township of Hallowell cease to apply to such area, 
except, 

(a) by-laws of The Corporation of the Township 
of HalloweU. 

(i) that were passed under section 34 or 
41 of the Planning Act, 1983 or a pre- 
decessor of those sections. 



(ii) thîit were kept in force by subsection 
13 (3) of The Municipal Amendment 
Act, 1941, or 

(iii) that were passed under the Highway 
Traffic Act or the Municipal Act that 
regulate the use of highways by vehi- 
cles and pedestrians and that regulate 
the encroachment or projection of 
buildings or any portion thereof upon 
or over highways, 

which shall remain in force until repealed by 
the council of The Corporation of the Town 
of Picton; 

(6) by-laws of The Corporation of the Township 
of Hallowell passed under section 45, 58 or 
61 of the Drainage Act or a predecessor of 
those sections: and 

(c) by-laws conferring rights, privileges, 
franchises, immunities or exemptions that 
could not have been lawfully repealed by the 
council of The Corporation of the Township 
of Hallowell. 

4. The clerk of The Corporation of the Township of 
Hallowell shall forthwith prepare and furnish to the 
clerk of The Corporation of the Town of Rcton 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 31st day of December, 

1986 and the persons assessed therefor. 

5. — (1) All real property taxes levied under any gen- 
eral or special Act and uncollected in the annexed area 
that are due and unpaid on the 1st day of January, 

1987 shall be deemed on that date to be taxes due and 
payable to The Corporation of the Town of Picton and 
may be collected by The Corporation of the Town of 
Picton. 

(2) On or before the 31st day of March, 1987, The 
Corporation of the Town of Picton shall pay to The 
Corporation of the Township of Hallowell an amount 
equal to the amount of all real property taxes that The 
Corporation of the Town of Picton is entitled to collect 
in the annexed area under subsection (1), that were due 
but unpaid on the 1st day of Januar> , 1987. 

6. All business taxes levied and uncollected in the 
annexed area that are due and unpaid on the 31st day 
of December, 1986 shall continue after that date to be 
taxes due and payable to The Corporation of the 
Township of Hallowell and may be collected by The 
Corporation of the Township of HaUowell. 



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5948 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 667/86 



7. For the purposes of the assessment roll to be pre- 
pared for the Town of Picton under subsection 13 (1) of 
the Assessment Act in 1986, the annexed area shall be 
deemed to be a part of the Town of Picton. 

8. The land described in Schedule B is established 
as a special area for municipal tax purposes and, for 
properties in that area, 

(a) in the year 1987, each property shall pay an 
amount of taxes calculated by multiplying 
the 1987 total mill rate for the Town of 
Picton for all purposes by the assessment for 
that property, as shown on the last revised 
assessment roll for the Town of Picton for the 
1987 taxation year and subtracting therefrom 
SO per cent of the tax differential calculated 
under section 10; and 

(b) in the year 1988, and subsequently, each 
property shall pay an amount of taxes calcu- 
lated by multiplying the 1988 and subsequent 
total mill rates for the Town of Picton for all 
purposes by the assessment for that property, 
as shown on the last revised assessment roll 
for the Town of Picton for the 1988 and sub- 
sequent taxation years. 

9. The land described in Schedule C is established 
as a special area for municipal tax purposes and, for 
properties in that area, 

(a) in the year 1987, each property shall pay an 
amount of taxes calculated by multiplying 
the 1987 total mill rate for the Town of 
Picton for all purposes by the assessment for 
that property, as shown on the last revised 
assessment roll for the Town of Picton for the 

1987 taxation year and subtracting therefrom 
80 per cent of the tax differential established 
under section 10; 

(b) in the year 1988, each property shall pay an 
amount of taxes calculated by multiplying 
the 1988 total mill rate for the Town of Pic- 
ton for all purposes by the assessment for that 
property, as shown on the last revised 
assessment roll for the Town of Picton for the 

1988 taxation year and subtracting therefrom 
60 per cent of the tax differential established 
under section 10; 

(c) in the year 1989, each property shall pay an 
amount of taxes calculated by multiplying 
the 1989 total mill rate for the Town of 
Picton for all purposes by the assessment for 
that property, as shown on the last revised 
assessment roll for the Town of Picton for the 

1989 taxation year and subtracting therefrom 
40 per cent of the tax differential established 
under section 10; 

(d) in the year 1990, each property shall pay an 
amount of taxes calculated by multiplying 
the 1990 total mill rate for the Town of 



Picton for all purposes by the assessment for 
that property, as shown on the last revised 
assessment roll for the Town of Picton for the 
1990 taxation year and subtracting therefrom 
20 per cent of the tax differential established 
under section 10; and 

(e) in the year 1991 and subsequently, each 
property shall pay an amount of taxes calcu- 
lated by multiplying the 1991 and subsequent 
total mill rates for the Town of Picton for all 
purposes by the assessment for that property, 
as shown on the last revised assessment roll 
for the Town of Picton for the 1991 and sub- 
sequent taxation years. 

10. — (1) In this section, 

"town assessment" means the assessment on a property 
as shown in the last returned assessment roll for the 
1987 taxation year; 

"township assessment" means, 

(a) in the case of a township property entirely 
included in the annexed area, the assessment 
on that property prepared by the assessment 
commissioner in 1985 for the 1986 taxation 
year, as adjusted by such additional assess- 
ments as have been made under section 32 or 
33 of the Assessment Act in respect of the 
1986 tax year, as it exists on the day prior to 
the date of annexation, 

(b) in the case of a township property divided by 
the annexation, the assessment of the entire 
property prepared by the assessment com- 
missioner in 1985 for the 1986 tax year, as 
adjusted by such additional assessments as 
have been made under section 32 or 33 of the 
Assessment Act in respect of the 1986 tax 
year, as it exists on the day prior to the date 
of annexation, minus the assessment as 
shown on the last returned assessment roll for 
the 1987 tax year for that portion of the prop- 
erty remaining in the township, and 

(c) in the case of a property consolidated by the 
annexation, the town assessment minus the 
assessment on that portion of the property 
previously in the Town of Picton prepared by 
the assessment commissioner in 1985 for the 
1986 tax year, as adjusted by such additional 
assessments as have been made under section 
32 or 33 of the Assessment Act in respect of 
the 1986 tax year, as it exists on the day prior 
to the date of annexation, 

(2) In the year 1987, the treasurer of The Corpora- 
tion of the Town of Picton shall establish a tax diffe- 
rential for each property in the annexed area by cal- 
culating the product of the 1987 mill rate for the Town 
of Picton for all purposes and the town assessment for 
that property and subtracting therefrom the product of 
the 1987 total mill rate for the Township of Hallo well 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



5949 



for all purposes and the township assessment on that 
property. 

11. — (1) In this section, "phase-in period" means, 

(a) for lands located in Schedule B, 1987; and 

(b) for land located in Schedule C, 1987, 1988, 
1989 and 1990. 

(2) If two or more properties in the annexed area are 
consolidated during the phase-in period, the tax 
differentials for those properties shall be consolidated 
to establish a new tax differential for the consolidated 
property. 

(3) If the total assessment of the consolidated prop- 
erty is less than the aggregate of the assessments on the 
constituent properties, the new tax differential shall be 
diminished in the same proportion and at the same 
time as the total assessment is diminished. 

(4) If a property in the annexed area is severed or 
subdivided during the phase-in period, the tax 
differential shall be allocated to each of the divided 
parts of the property in the same proportion as the 
assessment of each part bears to the aggregate of all of 
the assessments making up the original property at the 
time of the division of that property but in no case shaU 
the total of the tax differential be increased. 

(5) If for any reason taxes on a propertv- are reduced 
in any year during the phase-in period, the tax 
differential established under section 10 shall not 
exceed the taxes payable and the treasurer of The Cor- 
poration" of the Town of Picton shall reduce the tax 
differential in that year by the amount by which the 
tax differential exceeds the taxes payable. 

12. The agreement between The Corporation of the 
Town of Picton and The Corporation of the Township 
of Hallowell dated the 2nd day of July, 1986 is hereby 
given effect. O. Reg. 667/86. 



Recommended 



Concurred 



BeR.\ARD GR.\XDM.\iTRE 

Minister of Municipal 
Affairs 

James Bradley 
Chairman 



Approved and Ordered, November 13th, 1986. 

Lincoln M. Alexander 

Lieutenant Governor 



Schedule A 

AREA TO BE ANNEXED TO THE 
TOWN OF PICTON 

That part of the Township of Hallowell described as 
follows: 



Beginning at the intersection of the westerly 
boundarv- of the Town of Picton and the southerly 
limit of Talbot Street, being also known as 
Countv- Road Number 4; 

Thence north 14° 56' 50" east along the prolonga- 
tion of the said westerly boundary to the centre 
line of the said Talbot Street; 

Thence westerly along the said centre line to the 
easterly limit of the right of way of the Canadian 
National Railways; 

Thence northerly along the easterly limit of the 
said right of way to an angle of the Town of 
Picton, being on the line between the east and 
west halves of Lot 4 in Concession I Northwest of 
Carrying Place of the Township of Hallowell; 

Thence easterly and southerly following the west- 
erly boundaries of the said Town to the place of 
beginning. O. Reg. 667/86, Sched. A. 



Schedule B 
WATER SERVICES AREA 

1. Beginning at the intersection of the westerly 
boundary of the Town of Hcton and the northerly 
limit of Talbot Street; 

Thence westerly along the said northerly limit to 
the westerly limit of Part 1 as shown on a Plan 
deposited in the Land Registry Office for the 
Registrv- Division of Prince Edward (No. 47) as 
Number 47R-1562; 

Thence northerly along the said westerly limit to 
the southwesterly angle of Part 5 as shown on a 
Plan deposited in the said Registry Office as 
Number 47R-247; 

Thence easterly along the southerly limit of 
the said Plan Number 47R-247 to the westerly 
boundary of the Town of Picton; 

Thence southerly along the said westerly bound- 
ary to the place of beginning. 

2 . Beginning at the intersection of the southerly limit 
of Johnson Street and the westerly boundary of 
the Town of Picton; 

Thence southerly along the westerly boundaries of 
the said Town to a point distant 39.62 metres 
measured southerly therealong from the southerly 
limit of Paul Street; 

Thence westerly and parallel with the southerly 
limit of Paul Street to the southwesterly angle of 
Part 2 as shown on a Plan deposited in the Land 
Registrv' Office for the Registry Division of Prince 
Edward (No. 47) as Number 47R-3164; 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 668/86 



Thence northerly along the westerly limit of the 
said Part 2 to the southerly limit of Part 3 as 
shown on a Plan deposited in the said Registry 
Office as Number 47R-2464; 

Thence westerly along the southerly limit of the 
said Part 3 to the westerly limit of the said Plan 
Number 47R-2464; 

Thence northerly along the westerly limit of the 
said Plan to the northerly limit of the said Plan; 

Thence easterly along the said northerly limit of 
the said Plan to the northeasterly angle of the said 
Plan; 

Thence northerly along the northerly prolonga- 
tion of the easterly limit of the said Plan to the 
southerly limit of Johnson Street; 

Thence easterly along the said southerly limit 
to the place of beginning. O. Reg. 667/86, 
Sched. B. 

Schedule C 

AREA WITHOUT SEWER AND 
WATER SERVICE 

Beginning at the intersection of the northerly limit 
of Talbot Street and the westerly limit of Part 1 as 
shown on a Plan deposited in the Land Registry 
Office for the Registry Division of Prince Edward 
(No. 47) as Number 47R-1562; 

Thence northerly along the said westerly limit to 
the southwesterly angle of Part 5 as shown on a 
Plan deposited in the said Registry Office as 
Number 47R-247; 

Thence easterly along the southerly limit of 
the said Plan Number 47R-247 to the westerly 
boundary of the Town of Picton; 

Thence northerly along the said westerly bound- 
ary to the southerly limit of Lot 1 1 as shown on a 
Plan registered in the said Registry Office as 
Number 2>1 — Town of Picton; 

Thence westerly along the southerly limit of the 
said Lot to the westerly limit of the said Lot; 

Thence northerly along the said westerly hmit to 
the southerly limit of Downes Avenue; 

Thence easterly along the said southerly limit to 
the westerly boundary of the Town of Picton; 

Thence northerly along the said westerly bound- 
ary to a point distant 39.62 metres measured 
southerly therealong from the southerly limit of 
Paul Street; 



Thence westerly and parallel with the southerly 
limit of Paul Street to the southwesterly angle of 

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Part 2 as shown on a Plan deposited in the said 
Registr>' Office as Number 47R-3164; 

Thence northerly along the westerly Hmit of the 
said Part 2 to the southerly limit of Part 3 as 
shown on a Plan deposited in the said Registry 
Office as Number 47R-2464; 

Thence westerly along the southerly limit of the 
said Part 3 to the westerly limit of the said Plan 
Number 47R-2464; 

Thence northerly along the westerly limit of the 
said Plan to the northerly limit of the said Plan; 

Thence easterly along the said northerly limit of 
the said Plan to the northeasterly angle of the said 
Plan; 

Thence northerly along the northerly prolonga- 
tion of the easterly limit of the said Plan to the 
southerly limit of Johnson Street; 

Thence easterly along the said southerly limit to 
the westerly boundary of the Town of Picton; 

Thence northerly and westerly following the 
boundaries of the said Town to the easterly limit 
of the right of way of the Canadian National 
Railways; 

Thence southerly along the easterly limit of the 
said right of way to the northerly limit of Talbot 
Street; 

Thence easterly along the said northerly limit 
to the place of beginning. O. Reg. 667/86, 
Sched. C. 



(9727) 



49 



EDUCATION ACT 

O. Reg. 668/86. 

Supervisory Officers. 

Made — November 12th, 1986. 

Approved — November 19th, 1986. 

Filed — November 20th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 276 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

EDUCATION ACT 



1. Section 1 of Regulation 276 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: „ 



I 



O. Reg. 668/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



5951 



1.— (1) In this Part, 

"acceptable university degree" means a degree from an 
Ontario university or post-secondar>- institution 
that is an ordinar>- member of the Association of 
Universities and Colleges of Canada or a degree 
that is equivalent thereto from a university other 
than such Ontario university or post-secondary 
institution; 

"architect" means a person who is an architect within 
the meaning of the Architects Act, 1984; 

certified general accountant" means a member of the 
Certified General Accountants Association of 
Ontario; 

'certified management accountant" means a registered 
or certified member of The Society of Management 
Accountants of Ontario; 

^chjutered accountant" means a member of The 
Institute of Chartered Accountants of Ontario; 



'Principal's Certificate'' 
pal's certificate; 



means a permanent princi- 






'professional engineer" means a person who is a pro- 
fessional engineer within the meaning of the Pro- 
fessional Engineers Act, 1984; 

"program in school board management" means two 
compulsor>- graduate courses approved by the 
Minister that are offered by a university one of 
which is a course in school board finance and the 
other in school board administration and four 
optional graduate courses approved by the Minis- 
ter that are offered by a university in education, 
pubUc administration or political science; 

"imiversit)'" means, 

(a) an Ontario university or post-secondary 
institution that is an ordinar>- member of the 
Association of Universities and Colleges of 
Canada, 

(b) a Canadian university in a proNnnce other 
than Ontario that is an ordinary' member of 
the Association of Universities and Colleges 
of Canada, 

(c) a university in the United States that is rec- 
ognized by, 

(i) Middle States Association of Colleges 
and Schools, 

(ii) New England Association of Schools 
and Colleges, 

(iii) North Central Association of Colleges 
and Schools, 

(iv) Northwest Association of Schools and 
Colleges, 



(v) Southern Association of Colleges and 
Schools, 

(vi) Western Association of Schools and 
Colleges, or 

(d) a university that is located in a countr>- other 
than Canada or the United States and that is 
a member of the Association of Common- 
wealth Universities or the International 
Association of Universities. 

(2) A person who holds or who under this Regula- 
tion is deemed to hold a Super\Tsor>- Officer's Certifi- 
cate is, subject to subsection 5a (1), qualified as a 
super\Tsor>- officer for the purposes of the Act and this 
Regulation. 

(3) A jjerson referred to in subsection 3 (4) who is 
employed by a board is qualified as a business super- 
\isor>- officer for the purjwses of the Act and this Reg- 
ulation for the period during which the person is 
employed by the board in a position referred to in that 
subsection. 

(4) For the purposes of this Regulation, a person 
who is the holder of a Master's degree that is an 
acceptable universit\- degree and who successfully 
completes a graduate course, either as part of or in 
addition to the courses necessary- to obtain the degree, 
in each of school board finance and school board 
administration at a university shall be deemed to have 
completed a program in school board management 

(5) For the purposes of this Regulation, a person 
who is the holder of an acceptable university degree 
and who is a certified general accountant, a certified 
management accountant or a chartered accountant 
shall be deemed to be a person who has completed the 
four optional graduate courses as part of a program in 
school board management. O. Reg. 668/86, s. 1. 

2. — (1) Subsection 2 (1) of the said Reg- 
ulation is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 

(1) .\ person who wishes to be a candidate for a 
Supervison,- Officer's Certificate or a Business Super- 
visor>- Officer's Certificate shall apply to the Minister 
before the 1st day of December in 1986 and before the 
1st day of November in each subsequent year, to take, 
in the year next following, the written and oral exami- 
nations approved by the Minister. O. Reg. 668/86, 
s. 2 (1). 

(2) Subclauses 2 (2) (a) (i) and (iii) of the 
said Regulation, as remade by section 1 
of Ontario Regulation 473/84, are 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

(i) an acceptable university degree. 



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O. Reg. 668/86 



(iii) a master's degree in education from a 
university, and 

(3) Glauses 2 (2) (b) and (c) of the said 
Regulation are revoked. 

(4) Subsection 2 (2a) of the said Regula- 
tion, as made by subsection 1 (3) of 
Ontario Regulation 473/84, is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

(2a) Notwithstanding subsections (2) and {2b), a 
person who, 

(a) on the 1st day of July, 1984 was eligible to be 
a candidate for a Supervisory Officer's Cer- 
tificate, continues to be so eligible until the 
1st day of July, 1987; and 

(b) on the 1st day of September, 1986 was eligi- 
ble to be a candidate for a Supervisory 
Officer's Certificate and is not a person refer- 
red to in clause (a), continues to be so eligible 
until the 31st day of October, 1988. 

(2b) A candidate for a Business Supervisory 
Officer's Certificate under subsection (1) shall submit 
with the application evidence that he or she, 

(a) has completed a program in school board 
management; 

(b) has seven years of experience in business 
administration; and 



(c) is. 



(i) the holder of an acceptable university 
degree, or 



(ii) an architect, certified general 
accountant, certified management 
accountant, chartered accountant or 
professional engineer. O. Reg. 

668/86, s. 2 (4). 

(5) Subsection 2 (4) of the said Regulation 
is revoked and the following substi- 
tuted therefor: 

(4) Where a candidate obtains standing of at least 60 
per cent on each of the written and oral examinations 
referred to in subsection (1), the Minister shall grant 
the candidate a Supervisory Officer's Certificate or a 
Business Supervisory Officer's Certificate, as the case 
requires. O. Reg. 668/86, s. 2 (S). 

3.— (1) Subsection 3 (2) of the said Reg- 
ulation, exclusive of the clauses, is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 



(2) A senior business official who, 



shall, subject to subsections (4) and (5), be a person 
who holds, or who under this Regulation is deemed to 
hold, a Business Supervisory Officer's Certificate. 

(2) Subsection 3 (3) of the said Regulation, 
exclusive of the clauses, is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor: 

(3) A business official who. 



shall, subject to subsection (4), be a person who holds, 
or who under this Regulation is deemed to hold, a 
Business Supervisory Officer's Certificate. 



(3) Subsection 3 (4) of the said Regulation 
is revoked and the following substi- 
tuted therefor: 

(4) A board may appoint a person who does not hold 
or who under this Regulation is not deemed to hold a 
Business Supervisory Officer's Certificate as a senior 
business official referred to in subsection (2) or as a 
business official referred to in subsection (3) for a term 
of not more than two years where the person, 

(a) is an architect, certified general accountant, 
certified management accountant, chartered 
accountant or professional engineer or the 
person is the holder of an acceptable univer- 
sity degree; and 

(b) has entered into an agreement in writing with 
the board that sets out that the person will, 

(i) within a period of time not to exceed 
two years, complete a program in 
school board management, and 

(ii) make application at the first oppor- 
tunity available under subsection 2 (1) 
to be a candidate for a Business 
Supervisory Officer's Certificate. 

(5) Notwithstanding subsection (4), a board may 
employ a person for an additional period of two years 
provided that the person continues to make progress 
towards obtaining the qualifications referred to in sub- 
clause (4) (b) (i). 

(6) A person who was appointed as a senior business 
official with the approval of the Minister before the 1st 
day of October, 1986 and whose agreement with the 
board is inconsistent with the requirements of subsec- 
tion (4) may, by agreement with the board, amend the 
agreement to be consistent with the provisions of sub- 
Mviion (4). O. Reg. 668/86, s. 3 (3). „ 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 670/86 5953 



4. Part I of the said Regulation is 
amended by adding thereto the fol- 
lowing section: 

Sa. — (1) A person who, 

(a) holds a Supervisorv- Officer's Certificate and 
who has submitted e\-idence of experience 
other than experience as a teacher to the 
Minister under subsection 2 (2); 

(b) is deemed to hold a Supervisory Ofhcer's 
Certificate under section 5; or 

(c) holds a Business Supervisory- Officer's Cer- 
tificate, 

is qualified as a super\nsory officer under this Regula- 
tion for business administration purposes only. 

(2) A supervisory officer other than a supervisory 
officer referred to in subsection (1) who, on the 30th 
day of September, 1986, was performing the duties, 

(a) of a senior business official referred to in 
clause 3 (2) (c) and who reports as referred to 
in clauses 3 (2) (a) and (ft); or 

(6) of a business official referred to in clause 3 (3) 
(c) who reports to a senior business official 
referred to in subsection 3 (2), 

is deemed to hold a Business Supervisory Officer's 
Certificate. O. Reg. 668/86, s. 4. 

Sean Conway 
Minister of Education 

Dated at Toronto, this 12th day of November, 1986. 

(9752) 49 



EDUCATION ACT 

O. Reg. 669/86. 

North of Superior District Roman 

Catholic Separate School Board. 
Made — November 19th, 1986. 
Filed — November 20th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 267 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

EDUCATION ACT 



1 of Ontario Regulation 418/82, is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

2. The geographic townships of Atikameg, 
Bomby, Brothers, Bryant, B>Ton, Cecil, 
Cécile, Cold well, Cotte, Daxies, Flood, 
Foote, Grain, Grenville, Herbert, Homer, 
Killraine, Knowles, Laberge, Lahontan, 
Lecours, Lyon, McCron, McGill, Mikano, 
Nickle, O'Neill, Pic, Priske, Roberta, 
Shabotik, Spooner, Stirling, Strey, Svine, 
Tuuri, Walsh, Wiggins and Yesno. 

3. All lands except St. Ignace Island in unsur- 
veyed territor\- within an area described as 
follows: 

i. on the north side, the extension of the 
north side of the geographic 
Township of Davies westerly to inter- 
sect with the boundary' formed by- 
extending the west side of the geo- 
graphic Township of Wiggins north- 
erly until it meets the said extension, 

ii. on the east side, the extension of the 
east side of the geographic Town- 
ship of Spooner southerly until the 
Canada-United States border, 

iii. on the south side, the Canada-United 
States border, and 

iv. on the west side, the extension of the 
west side of the geographic Town- 
ship of Wiggins southerly until the 
Canada-United States border. 

(97S3) 49 



PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 670/86. 

Zoning .\reas — District of Timis- 

kaming. 
Made — November 12th, 1986. 
Filed— November 20th, 1986. 



ORDER >L\DE UNDER THE 
PL.\NNING ACT, 1983 

ZONING AREAS— DISTRICT OF 
TIMISK.\MING 

1. In this Order, "mobile home" has the same 
meaning as in clause 45 (1) (a) of the Planning Act, 
1983. O. Reg. 670/86, s. 1. 



1. Paragraph 2 of subsection 2 (1) of 2. In addition to the mobUe home existing on the 

Regulation 267 of Revised Regulations 1 land described in section 3 on the day this Order comes 
of Ontario, 1980, as remade by section Into force, a second mobile home may be erected, 

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O. Reg. 672/86 



located and used thereon if the minimum distance 
between the second mobile home and any road is 7.5 
metres. O. Reg. 670/86, s. 2. 

3. This Order applies to that part of Lot 1 , Conces- 
sion V, in the geographic Township of Robillard in the 
District of Timiskaming, being Parcel 3969 in the 
Land Registry Office for the Land Titles Division of 
Timiskaming (No. 56). O. Reg. 670/86, s. 3. 

Bernard Grandm.\ître 
Minister of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 12th day of November, 1986. 

(9754) 49 

HEALTH DISCIPLINES ACT 

O. Reg. 671/86. 

Pharmacy. 

Made — September 19th, 1986. 

Approved — November 19th, 1986. 

Filed— November 20th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 451 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HEALTH DISCIPLINES ACT 

1.— (1) Clauses 79 (1) (a) and (b) of Reg- 
ulation 451 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980, as remade by section 1 
of Ontario Regulation 817/84, are 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

(a) for a pharmacist under sixty-five years of age 
$210; or 

(b) for a pharmacist sixty-five years of age or 
over, $105. 

(2) Clause 79 (5) (c) of the said Regula- 
tion, as remade by section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 817/84, is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 

(c) for the year 1987, $410, 



Council of the College of 
Pharmacists: 

j. a. monaghan 
President 

A. J. DUNSDON 

Registrar 

Dated at Toronto, this 19th day of September, 1986. 
(9755) 49 



RENTAL HOUSING PROTECTION ACT, 

1986 

O. Reg. 672/86. 

General. 

Made — November 19th, 1986. 

Filed — November 20th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 434/86 

MADE UNDER THE 

RENTAL HOUSING PROTECTION 

ACT, 1986 

1. Schedule 2 to Ontario Regulation 
434/86, as amended by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 570/86 and section 
1 of Ontario Regulation 594/86, is 
further amended by adding thereto the 
following paragraphs: 

5. The parcel of land known municipally as 13 
Admiral Road in the City of Toronto in The Munici- 
pality of Metropolitan Toronto, being the south half of 
Lot 100, Plan M-6, registered in the Land Registrj- 
Office for the Land Titles Division of Metropolitan 
Toronto (No. 66) and shown as Parcel 100-2, Section 
M-6. 

6. The parcel of land known municipally as 80 
Pembroke Street in the City of Toronto in The 
Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto, being part of 
Lot 32, Plan 150, registered in the Land Registry 
Office for the Registry Division of Toronto (No. 63). 
described as follows: 

Commencing at a point in the westerly limit ot 
Pembroke Street at the existing northeasterly 
angle of the said Lot and where the old fence line 
of the property intersects the westerly limit of 
Pembroke Street, being distant 156 feet 9 inches 
measured northerly from the southeasterly angle 
of Lot 33 on the said Plan; 

Thence westerly along the old fence line being the 
existing northerly limit of the said Lot, 138 feet, 
more or less, to the rear of the said Lot at a point 
distant 157 feet 5 inches measured northerly from 
the southwesterly angle of the said Lot 33; 



Thence southerly along the westerly limit of théj 
said Lot, 62 feet 2 inches, more or less, to the oL 
fence that divides the property now described 
from the property adjoining to the south; 



I 



Thence easterly along the said last-mentioned oldl! 
fence line and prolongation thereof and parallel to 
the northerly wall of the house on the property to 
the south of the property now described 138 feet, 
more or less, to the westerly limit of Pembroke 
Street; 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



5955 



8. The parcel of land known municipally as 80 
Beverley Street in the City of Toronto in The Munici- 
pality of Metropolitan Toronto, being part of Park Lot 
No. 14 in the First Concession from the Bay in the 
Township of York, described as follows: 

Commencing at a point in the westerly limit of 
Beverley Street (formerly known as St. George's 
Terrace) where the same is intersected in Feb- 
ruar>-, 1923 by the centre line of a double fence 
running westward, the said point being distant 
215 feet 8 inches measured southerly aJong the 
said limit of Beverley Street from the southerly 
limit of Grange .avenue (formerly called Charles 
Street) taken at a width of 60 feet measured 
southerly from the northerly limit thereof, the said 
point of commencement being also distant 90 feet 
SVz inches northerly from the intersection of the 
said limit of Beverley Street with the northerly 
limit of SuUivan Street; 

Thence westerly along the said centre line of 
fence, 22 feet 9 inches, more or less, to the north- 
easterly angle of the brick veneering on the north- 
erly wall of the old rough cast building standing 
at the date last-mentioned upon the lands 
immediately to the south of the lands hereby con- 
veyed, being at a distance of 215 feet IO1/2 inches 
measured on a course parallel to the said limit of 
Beverley Street from the said southerly limit of 
Grange Avenue; 



Thence northerly along the westerly limit of Pem- 
broke Street 61 feet 6 inches, more or less, to the 
point of commencement. 

7. The parcel of land known municipally as 182 
Walmer Road in the City of Toronto in The Munici- 
palit>- of Metropolitan Toronto, being part of Lot 127, 
Plan 698, registered in the Land Registry Office for the 
Registr>- Division of Toronto (No. 63), described as 
follows: 

Commencing at a point in the westerly limit of 
Walmer Road distant 75 feet measured nortfterly 
from the southeasterly angle of Lot 126. according 
to the said Han; 

Thence westerl>- parallel to the southerly limit of 
Lot 126, in all a distance of 1(X) feet to a point in a 
line drawn paraUel to the westerly limit of 
Walmer Ro2ul and distant 1(X) feet measured 
westerly therefrom, the said point being distant 75 
feet measured northerly along the said line from 
the southerly limit of Lot 126; 

Thence northerly along the said line 25 feet to a 
point in the northerly limit of Lot 127; 

Thence easterly along the northerly limit of Lot 

127, 100 feet to the northeasterly angle of said Lot ' 

and the westerly limit of Walmer Road: • 

I 

Thence southerly along the westerly Umit of I 

W2ilmer Road 25 feet more or less to the place of | 
beginning. 



Thence westerly along the said northerly face of a 
brick veneering 34 feet 1'^ inches to an angle in 
the same, being at a distance of 216 feet 1 inch 
measured southerly on a course parallel to the said 
limit of Beverley Street from the said southerly 
limit of Grange Avenue; 

Thence northerly and parallel to the said Umit of 
Beverley Street SVz inches to the northerly face of 
the brick veneering on the westerly part of the 
said building; 

Thence westerly along the northerly face of the 
last-mentioned brick veneering 18 feet 6V2 inches 
to the westerly end of the same being at a point 
distant 216 feet ZVz inches measured southerly on 
a course parallel to the said limit of Beverley 
Street from the said limit of Grange Avenue; 

Thence southerly and parallel to the said limit of 
Beverley Street SVi inches to the line of a fence 
running westerly; 

Thence westerly along the line of the last-men- 
tioned fence 66 feet 4 inches to a point in the 
southerly production of the easterly face of the 
rough cast building standing at the date last-men- 
tioned upon the southwesterly part of the lands 
hereby conveyed which point is distant 217 feet 8 
inches measured southerly on a course paraUel to 
the said limit of Beverley Street from the said 
southerly limit of Grange .Avenue; 

Thence northerly and parallel to the said Umit of 
Beverley Street, 5 inches to the southerly face of 
the southerly wall of the last-mentioned building; 

Thence westerly along the last-mentioned face of 
wall 1 1 feet 3 inches, more or less, to the point of 
intersection with the easterh- Umit of a lane as 
shown on a plan registered as Number D-91 in the 
Registr>- Office for the Cit>- of Toronto, which 
Umit is distant 153 feet westerly from the said 
Umit of Beverley Street and parallel thereto which 
point of intersection b distant 217 feet 3 inches 
measured southerly on a course paraUel to the said 
Umit of Beverley Street, from the said Umit of 
Grange .\ venue, and distant also 89 feet IVi 
inches measured northerly on the same course 
from the said northerly Umit of SulUvan Street; 

Thence northerly along the said Umit of a lane 40 
feet; 

Thence easterly 153 feet to the point of intersec- 
tion with the westerly Umit of Beverley Street; 

Thence southerly along the said Umit of Beverley 
Street 40 feet to the point of commencement. 

Together with a right-of-way over, along and upon the 
most southerly 4 feet of the most easterly ICX) feet of the 
lands lying immediately adjacent to and to the north of 
the lands herein described. 



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O. Reg. 674/86 



And subject to a right-of-way over, along and upon the 
most northerly 3 feet of the most easterly 100 feet of the 
lands herein described. 



(9756) 



49 



GAME AND FISH ACT 

O. Reg. 673/86. 

Game Birds — Captivity, Propagation or 

Sale. 
Made— November 19th, 1986. 
Filed— November 20th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 578/86 

MADE UNDER THE 

GAME AND FISH ACT 

1. Subsection 1 (4) of Ontario Regulation 
578/86 is amended by striking out 
"$10" and inserting in lieu thereof 
"$15". 

2. This Regulation comes into force on 
the 1st day of January, 1987. 



(9757) 



49 



PROVINCIAL OFFENCES ACT 

O. Reg. 674/86. 

Proceedings Commenced by Certificate 

of Offence. 
Made — November 19th, 1986. 
Filed— November 20th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND REGULATION 817 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

PROVINCIAL OFFENCES ACT 

1.— (1) Items 8, 9, 12, 13, 14, 17, 34, 35, 36, 44, 45 and 46 of Schedule 55 to Regulation 817 
of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as made by section 4 of Ontario Regulation 
382/82, are revoked and the following substituted therefor: 



35. 



Operate incineration site — fail to dispose of 
incinerator waste at landfilling site 



section 9 
paragraph 2 



(2) Schedule 55 to the said Regulation, as made by section 4 of Ontario Regulation 382/82, 
is amended by adding thereto the following items: 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


68, 


Operate waste management system — vehicle val- 


section 13 




ves not capable of being locked 


paragraph 4 


69. 


Operate waste management system — vehicle val- 


section 13 




ves not locked with driver absent 


paragraph , 4 


70. 


Waste transferred to vehicle without driver. 


section 13 




generator or receiver present 


paragraph 5 


71. 


Waste transferred from vehicle without driver. 


section 13 




generator or receiver present 


paragraph 5 


72. 


Operate waste management system — fail to 


section 13 




clearly mark vehicle 


paragraph 6 


73. 


Operate waste management system — fail to keep 


section 13 




certificate of approval in vehicle 


paragraph 7 


74. 


Fail to construct vehicle in accordance with the 


section 13 




Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act (Canada) 


paragraph 8 


75. 


Fail to maintain vehicle in accordance with the 


section 13 




Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act (Canada) 


paragraph 8 


76. 


Fail to operate vehicle in accordance with the 


section 13 




Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act (Canada) 


paragraph 8 



• 



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5957 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


77. 


Fail to mark or placard vehicle in accordance with 




section 13 




the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act 


paragraph 8 




(Canada) 




78. 


Fail to train driver in operation of vehicle and 


section 13 




equipment 


paragraph 9 
subparagraph i 


79. 


Fail to train driver in waste management legisla- 


section 13 




tion and guidelines 


paragraph 9 
subparagraph ii 


80. 


Fail to train driver in major environmental con- 


section 13 




cerns of waste to be handled 


paragraph 9 
subparagraph iii 


81. 


Fail to train driver in occupational health and 


section 13 




safety concerns of waste to be handled 


paragraph 9 
subparagraph iv 


S2. 


Fail to train driver in emergency management 


section 13 




procedures for waste to be handled 


paragraph 9 
subparagraph v 


83. 


Cause asbestos waste to leave location without 


subsection 14(1) 




obtaining acceptance from waste disposal site 


paragraph 1 


84. 


Permit asbestos waste to leave location without 


subsection 14(1) 




obtaining acceptance from waste disposal site 


paragraph 1 


85. 


Cause asbestos waste to leave location in 


subsection 14(1) 




inadequate container 


paragraph 1 
subparagraph i 


86. 


Permit asbestos waste to leave location in 


subsection 14(1) 




inadequate container 


paragraph 1 
subparagraph i 


87. 


Cause transportation of asbestos wjiste in bulk 


subsection 14(1) 




without certificate of approval for same 


paragraph 1 
subparagraph ii 


88. 


Permit transportation of asbestos waste in bulk 


subsection 14(1) 




without certificate of approval for same 


paragraph 1 
subparagraph ii 


89. 


Fail to have external surfaces of container free 


subsection 14(1) 




from asbestos waste 


paragraph 4 


90. 


Fail to have transportation vehicle external sur- 


subsection 14(1) 




faces free from asbestos waste 


paragraph 4 


91. 


Fail to have transportation vessel external surfaces 


subsection 14(1) 




free from asbestos waste 


paragraph 4 


92. 


Asbestos waste — fail to have vehicle property 


subsection 14(1) 




signed 


paragraph S 


93. 


Asbestos waste — fail to have container properly 


subsection 14(1) 




signed 


paragraph 5 


94. 


Asbestos waste — fail to transport by driver trained 


subsection 14(1) 




in management of asbestos waste 


paragraph 6 
subparagraph i 


95. 


Asbestos waste — fail to transport to disposal site 


subsection 14(1) 




as directly as practicable 


paragraph 6 
subparagraph i 


96. 


Asbestos waste transferred to unauthorized site 


subsection 14(1) 
paragraph 6 
subparagraph ii 


97. 


Asbestos waste transported with other cargo in the 


subsection 14(1) 




same vehicle 


paragraph 6 
subparagraph iii 


98. 


Asbestos waste transported in compaction type 


subsection 14(1) 




waste haulage vehicle 


paragraph 6 
subparagraph iv 


99. 


Asbestos waste in cardboard boxes not in enclosed 


subsection 14(1) 




vehicle 


paragraph 6 
subparagraph v 



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Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


100. 


.\sbestos waste not properly secured 


subsection 14(1) 
paragraph 6 
.subparagraph vi 


101. 


Asbestos waste not covered with suitable tarpaulin 


subsection 14(1) 




or net in unenclosed vehicle 


paragraph 6 
subparagraph vi 


102. 


Asbestos waste transportation vehicle not 


subsection 14(1) 




adequately equipped with emergency clean-up 


paragraph 6 




equipment 


subparagraph vii 


103. 


Fail to properly package loose asbestos waste 


subsection 14(1) 




immediately upon discovery 


paragraph 7 


104. 


.Asbestos waste — fail to properly package dam- 


subsection 14(1) 




aged container immediately upon discovery 


paragraph 7 


105. 


.\sbestos waste— unloading carried out so that 


subsection 14(1) 




loose waste is landfilled 


paragraph 8 


106. 


■\sbestos waste — unloading carried out so that 


subsection 14(1) 




damaged container is landfilled 


paragraph 8 


107. 


Fail to deposit asbestos waste at authorized loca- 


subsection 14(1) 




tion within disposal site 


paragraph 9 


108. 


.\sbestos waste deposited at landfill site without 


subsection 14(1) 




proper supervision 


paragraph 10 


109. 


Fail to properly cover asbestos waste with suitable 


subsection 14(1) 




material forthwith 


paragraph 11 


110. 


Asbestos waste — fail to wear protective clothing 


subsection 14(1) 
paragraph 12 


111. 


Asbestos waste — fail to wear respiratory equip- 


subsection 14(1) 




ment 


paragraph 12 


112. 


Asbestos waste — fail to properly deal with protec- 


subsection 14(1) 




tive clothing 


paragraph 13 


113. 


Asbestos waste — reuse disposable protective clo- 


subsection 14(1) 




thing 


paragraph 14 


114. 


Allow asbestos waste to become airborne 


subsection 14(1) 
paragraph 15 


lis. 


Generator — fail to submit Generator Registration 






Report to Director in Form 2 


subsection 15(1) 


116. 


Generator — Generator Registration Report not 






containing sufficient data 


subsection 15(2) 


117. 


Generator — fail to submit supplementary 
Generator Registration Report to Director within 






15 days 


subsection 15(4) 


118. 


Generator — transfer waste without having 
generator registration document with waste 






number 


subsection 15(5) 


119. 


Generator — fail to use registration number in 






transfer of waste 


subsection 15(7) 


120. 


Generator — fail to use waste numbers in transfer 






of waste 


subsection 15(7) 


121. 


Generator — fail to keep record of waste disposed 






at waste generation facility 


subsection 15(8) 


122. 


Generator— fail to submit report to Regional 






Director 


subsection 15(10) 


123. 


Generator— fail to submit report with necessary 






information 


subsection 15(10) 


124. 


Generator — fail to orally report to Director inabil- 






ity to confirm waste delivery 


subsection 15(11) 


125. 


Generator — permit subject waste to pass from his 






control to an unapproved facility 


subsection 16(1) 


126. 


Generator — permit subject waste to pass from his 






control without completing manifest 


clause 16(l)(a) 


127. 


Generator — transfer subject waste — packaging 
not in accordance with the Transportation of 






Dangerous Goods Act (Canada) 


subsection 16(2) 



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5959 



llKM 


Column 1 


Column 2 


12S. 


Generator — transfer subject waste — markings not 
in accordance with the Transportation of Danger- 






ous Goods Act (Canada) 


subsection 16(2) 


129. 


Carrier — fail to report manifest numbers of lost. 






spoiled or improperly used manifests 


section 17 


1.>U. 


Carrier — possession of subject waste without a 






manifest completed by generator 


subsection 18(1) 


ISl. 


Carrier — permit subject waste to pass from his 






control not in accordance with this Regulation 


subsection 19(1) 


IM. 


Carrier — fail to promptly transport subject waste 






to proper receiving facility 


subsection 19(3) 


133. 


Carrier — fail to complete section B of intact man- 






ifest 


clause 20(2Xa) 


134 


Carrier — fail to give manifest to generator at time 






of transfer 


clause20 (2)(a) 


135. 


Generator — fail to complete section A of mzmifest 


subclause 20(2X6Xi) 


136. 


Generator — fail to return Copy 1 of manifest to 






Director within 3 working days after transfer 


subclause 20(2X&Kii) 


i.r 


Generator — fail to retain Copy 2 of manifest for 2 






>ears 


subclause 20(2y(bf(m) 


138. 


Generator — fail to return proper copies of man- 






ifest to carrier at time of transfer 


subclause 20(2X6Xiv) 


139. 


Carrier — fail to give proper copies of manifest to 






receiver at time of transfer 


subsection 2(X4) 


140. 


Receiver — fail to complete Section C of manifest 


clause 20(SXa) 


141. 


Receiver — fail to return Copy 3 of manifest to 






Director within 3 working days after transfer 


clause 20(SXft) 


142. 


Receiver — fail to return Copy 4 of manifest to car- 






rier at time of transfer 


clause 20(SXc) 


143. 


Receiver — fail to retain Copy 5 of manifest for 2 






years 


clause 20(SXrf) 


144. 


Receiver — fail to return Copy 6 of manifest to 






generator within 3 working days after transfer 


clause 2(X5Xe) 


145. 


Carrier — fîiil to retain Copy 4 of manifest for 2 






>ears 


subsection 20(6) 


146. 


Carrier/Operator — dust suppression site — fail to 
complete Section C of manifest at time of deposit 






completion 


clause 20(7Xa) 


147. 


Carrier/Operator — dust suppression site — fail to 
return Copy 3 of manifest to Director within 3 






working days after deposit 


clause 20(7X6) 


148. 


Carrier/Operator — dust suppression site — fail to 






retain Copy 4 of manifest for 2 years 


clause 20(7Xc) 


149. 


Carrier/Operator — dust suppression site — fail to 
return Copy 6 of manifest to generator within 3 






working days after deposit 


clause 20(7)id) 


150. 


Carrier — fail to complete Section B of intact man- 






ifest 


clause 21(4Xa) 


151. 


Carrier — fail to give manifest to generator at time 






of transfer 


clause 21(4Xa) 


152. 


Generator — fail to complete Section A of manifest 


subclause 21(4X6Xi) 


153. 


Generator — fail to return Copy 1 of manifest to 






Director within 3 working days of transfer 


subclause 21(4XftXii) 


154. 


Generator — fail to retain Copy 2 of manifest for 2 






years 


subclause 21(4X6Xiii) 


155. 


Generator — fail to return proper copies of man- 






ifest to carrier at time of transfer 


subclause 21(4XfeXiv) 


156. 


Carrier — transport subject waste to receiver out- 
side Ontario without reasonable belief of receiver's 






willingness to complete Section C of manifest 


subsection 21(5) 


157. 


Carrier — fail to give proper copies of manifest to 






receiver at time of transfer 


subsection 21(6) 



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O. Reg. 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


158. 


Carrier — fail to return Copy 3 of manifest to 






Director within 3 working days after transfer 


clause 21(7)(a) 


159. 


Carrier — fail to retain Copy 4 of manifest for 2 






years 


clause 21(7)(6) 


160. 


Carrier— fail to return Copy 6 of manifest to 






generator within 3 working days after transfer 


clause 21(7)(c) 


161. 


Carrier — bring subject waste to a receiver in 
Ontario without appropriate generator registration 






document 


clause 22(3)(a) 


162. 


Carrier — fail to complete Section B of intact man- 






ifest 


clause 22(3)(b) 


16.S. 


Carrier — fail to give manifest to generator at time 






of transfer 


clause 22(3)(6) 


164. 


Carrier — fail to have manifest accompany the 






subject waste load 


clause 22(3)(c) 


165. 


Carrier — fail to return Copy 1 of properly com- 
pleted manifest to Director within 3 working days 






after transfer 


subsection 22(4) 


166. 


Carrier — fail to give proper copies of manifest to 






receiver at time of transfer 


.subsection 22(6) 


167. 


Receiver — fail to complete Section C of manifest 


clause 22(7)(c) 


168. 


Receiver — fail to return Copy 3 of manifest to 






Director within 3 working days after transfer 


clause 22(7)(6) 


169. 


Receiver — fail to return Copy 4 of manifest to car- 






rier at time of transfer 


clause 22(7)(c) 


170. 


Receiver — fail to retain Copy 5 of manifest for 2 






years 


clause 22(7)(d) 


171. 


Receiver — fail to return Copy 6 of manifest to 






generator within 3 working days after transfer 


clause 22(7)(e) 


172. 


Carrier — fail to retain Copy 4 of manifest for 2 






years 


subsection 22(8) 


173. 


Carrier/Operator — dust suppression site — fail to 
complete Section C of manifest at time of deposit 






completion 


clause 22(9)(a) 


174. 


Carrier/Operator— dust suppression site — fail to 
return Copy 3 of manifest to Director within 3 






working days after deposit 


clause 22(9)(6) 


175. 


Carrier/Operator — dust suppression site — fail to 






retain Copy 4 of manifest for 2 years 


clause 22(9)(c) 


176. 


Carrier/Operator — dust suppression site — fail to 
return Copy 6 of manifest to generator within ,3 






working days after deposit 


clause 22(9)(d) 


177. 


Carrier — transporting subject waste through 
Ontario without an accompanying, properly com- 






pleted manifest 


subsection 23(1) 


178. 


Receiver — fail to properly complete a refusal 






report 


subsection 24(1) 


179. 


Receiver — fail to return refusal report to Director 






within 3 working days after refusal 


subsection 24(1) 


180. 


Carrier — fail to obtain instructions from generator 






following a refusal by designated receiver 


subsection 24(2) 


181. 


Carrier — fail to give proper copies to generator at 
time of transfer after refusal of waste by desig- 






nated receiver 


subsection 24(3) 


182. 


Generator — fail to accept return of subject waste 






after refusal of waste by designated receiver 


subsection 24(4) 


183. 


Generator — fail to complete Section C of manifest 






where subject waste returned 


clause 24{5)(a) 


184. 


Generator — fail to return Copy 3 of manifest to 
Director within 3 working days after return of 






waste 


clause 24(S)(6) 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



5961 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


185. 


Generator — fail to return Copy 4 of manifest to 






carrier at time of transfer 


clause 24<5Kc) 


186. 


Generator — fail to retain Copy 6 of manifest for 2 






vears 


clause 24(SKrf) 


187. 


Carrier — fail to retain Copy 4 of manifest for 2 






>ears 


subsection 24(6) 



(9758) 



49 



2451 



O. Reg. 675/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 676/86 6021 



Publications Under The Regulations Act 



December 13th, 1986 



CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

O. Reg. 675/86. 
Crop Insurance Plan — Apples. 
Made— October 28th, 1986. 
Approved — November 19th, 1986. 
Filed — November 24th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 198 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 



Subsection 9 (4) of the Schedule to 
Regulation 198 of Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1980, as amended by sec- 
tion 2 of Ontario Regulation 768/81 
and subsection 4 (1) of Ontario Regu- 
lation 647/85, is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 



(4) Where the insured crop is dan.aged by hail or 
frost and the actual harvested \ield exceeds the aver- 
age >ield, the coverage provided shall be the sum of 
percentage of the average \ield determined under this 
section and the same percentage of the excess Nield 
harvested, but in no case shall the maximum inde- 
mnity exceed that for which the Commission is other- 
wise liable. 



2. Subsection 12 (la) of the said 
Schedule, as remade by subsection 6 
(1) of Ontario Regulation 647/85, is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 



(la) Notwithstanding subsection (1), where the 
guaranteed production exceeds 600,000 pounds, the 
premium payable shall be reduced as follows: 





Pbk.mium 


Guaranteed Productio.n' 


Discount 


Up to 600,000 pounds 


0% 


600,001 to 1,200,000 pounds 


10% 


1,200,001 to 1,800,000 pounds 


20% 


1,800,001 to 2,400,000 pounds 


30% 


2,400,001 to 2,500,000 pounds 


33% 


2,500,001 to 2,600,000 pounds 


36% 


2,600,001 to 2.700,000 pounds 


39% 


2,700,001 to 2,800,000 pounds 


42% 


2,800,001 to 2,900,000 pounds 


45% 


2,900,001 to 3,000,000 pounds 


48% 


over 3,000,000 pounds 


50% 



3. Paragraph 2a of Form 4 of the said 
Regulation, as made by subsection 1 
(3) of Ontario Regulation 6/85, is 
amended by striking out "the 1st day of 
August preceding" in the second line 
and inserting in lieu thereof "the 20th 
day of December during". 

The Crop Lnsurance Commission of Ont.ario: 



Henry Ediger 
Vice-Chairman 



Jack Mulder 
Secretary 



Dated at Toronto, this 28th day of October, 1986. 
(9759) 50 

CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

O. Reg. 676/86. 
Crop Insurance Plaxj — Peaches. 
Made — October 28th, 1986. 
Approved — November 19th, 1986. 
Filed — November 24th, 1986. 



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6022 O. Reg. 676/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 677/86 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 215 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

1. Clause 6 (b) of the Schedule to Regu- 
lation 215 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 is amended hy striking 
out "in Form 2". 

2. Clause 6 (c) of the said Schedule is 
amended by striking out "in Form 3" 
in the first line. 

3. Clause 7 («) of the said Schedule is 
revoked. 

4. Subsection 10 (1) of the said Schedule, 
as remade by section 1 of Ontario Reg- 
ulation 794/82, is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted theyefor: 

(1) The established price for peaches is, 

(a) 14 cents; 

(b) 18 cents; or 

(c) 20 cents, 
per pound. 

5. Section 14 of the said Schedule is 
amended by striking out "in Form 3" j 
in the second line. 

6. Clause 6 (1) (a) of Form 1 of the said 
Regulation is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted therefor: 

(a) loss of damage to the insured crop occurs; or 

7. Form 2, as amended by section 5 of 
Ontario Regulation 794/83, and Form 
3 of the said Regulation are revoked. 



The Crop Insurance Commission of Ontario: 

Henry Ediger 
Vice-Chairman 

Jack Mulder 
Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 28th day of October, 1986. 



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50 



PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 677/86. 

Zoning Areas — Territorial District of Sudbury. 

Made— October 10th, 1986. 

Filed — November 25th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 834/81 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

1. Subsection 4 (2) of Ontario Regulation 
834/81, as remade by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 450/82, is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

(2) All of the lands in the geographic townships of 
Awrey, Bigwood, Burwash, Cascaden, Cherriman, 
Cleland, Curtin, Delamere, Dill, Haddo, Loughrin 
and Secord are divided into the zones Hsted in the 
following Table as shown on maps filed with the Plans 
Administration Branch, North and East, of the 
Ministry of Municipal Affairs at Toronto as numbers 
115 to 135, both inclusive: 

TABLE 



Name of Zone 


Symbol of Map 


Rural 


RU 


Hamlet Residential 


HR 


Seasonal Residential 


SR 


General Commercial 


CG 


Resort Commercial 


CR 


General Industrial 


M 


Institutional 


I 


Open Space 


OS 


Mobile Home Park 


MPH 


Hazard 


H 



O. Reg. 677/86, s. 1. 

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

60. Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, any building or structure erected in the geo- 
graphic townships of Bigwood, Delamere, Cherriman 
and Haddo, 



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4 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 678/86 



6023 



(a ) along the west arm of Lake Nipissing below 
the 196.75 metre C.G.D. elevation; 

(b) along Ranger's Ba\ and Eighteen Mile Bay 
below the 184.51 metre C.G.D. elevation; or 

(c) along Dr> Pine Bay below the 182.90 metre 
C.G.D. elevation, 

shall have a minimum elevation for any opening of 0.3 
metres above the respective metre C.G.D. elevations. 
O. Reg. 677/86, s. 2, part. 

PART XII 

61. This Part applies to the Hazard Land Zones. 
O. Reg. 677/82, s. 2, part. 

62. — (1) Ever>- use of land and ever>- erection or use 
of buildings or structures within the Hazard Land 
Zones is prohibited except, 

(a) agricultural uses excluding farm dwellings; 

(b) horticultural nurseries; 

(c) golf courses, excluding club houses; 

id) docks, marine gasoline pumps and boat stor- 
age; 

(e) parkland, plaxing fîelds and playgrounds; 

(/) works for the protection and management of , 

(0 lands subject to flooding or high water 
table, and 

(ii) steep slopes subject to erosion; and 

(g) uses e.xisting on the day this section comes 
into force. 

(2) No guest cabins are permitted in Hazard Land 
Zones. 

(3) Notwithstanding section 20, no public utilities 
shall be permitted in the Hazard Land Zones except 
for, 

(a) water works or water supply systems; 

(b) electrical power or energ>- transmission or 
distribution systems; 

(c) street Ughting systems; 

(d) natural or artificial gas works or supply sys- 
tems; and 

(c) telephone systems. 

(4) Buildings or structures permitted under subsec- 
tion (1) shall have a minimum setback of 20 metres 



top of the bank of any watercourse, lake or pond. 
O. Reg. 677/86, s. 2, part. 

Pauune Morris 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

\orth and East 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 10th day of October, 1986. 



(9761) 



SO 



PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 678/86. 

Restricted Areas — County of Simcoe, 

Township of Nottawasaga. 
Made — November 24th, 1986. 
Filed— November 25th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 675 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1970 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNNG ACT, 1983 

1. Regulation 675 of Re\ised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1970 is amended by adding 
thereto the following section: 

249. — (1) Notwithstanding any other provision of 
this Order, one seasonal dwelling and buildings and 
structures accessor>- thereto may be erected and used 
on the lands described in subsection (3) if the following 
requirements are met: 



Minimum front yard 
Minimum side vards 



Maximum height of sea- 
sonal dwelling 

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 



one storey — 93 square 

metres 

one and one-half storeys 

or more — 69.8 square 

metres 



(2) In this section, "front yard" is the distance 
between any building or structure and the lot hne 



from the higher of either the high water mark or the abutting King's Highway No. 26. 

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6024 O. Reg. 678/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 680/86 



(3) This section applies to that parcel of land in the 
Township of Nottawasaga in the County of Simcoe, 
being Lot 7 according to a Plan registered in the Land 
Registry Office for the Registry Division of Simcoe 
(No. 51) as Number 1096. O. Reg. 678/86, s. 1. 

L. J. FiNCHAM 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

Central and Southwest 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 24th day of November, 1986. 



(9762) 



50 



PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 679/86. 

Restricted Areas — County of Simcoe, 

Township of Nottawasaga. 
Made— November 24th, 1986. 
Filed— November 25th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 675 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1970 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

1. Regulation 675 of Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1970 is amended by adding 
thereto the following sections: 

250. — (\) The building existing on the land 
described in subsection (2) on the day this section 
comes into force may be used for a restaurant and 
for a store for the sale of crafts, gifts and antiques 
and buildings and structures accessory thereto may 
be erected and used on the land. 

(2) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land in 
the Township of Nottawasaga in the County of 
Simcoe, being composed of Lot 4 on a Plan registered 
in the Land Registry Office for the Registry Division 
of Simcoe (No. 51) as Number 92. O. Reg. 679/86, 
5. 1, part. 

251. — (1) A building in which automobiles, recrea- 
tional vehicles and related equipment are sold and 
serviced, together with buildings and structures acces- 
sory thereto, may be erected and used on the land 
described in subsection (2). 

(2) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land in 
the Township of Nottawasaga in the County of 
Simcoe, being that part of Lot 37 in Concession V 
described as follows: 



Premising that the bearing of the southerly limit of 
the said Lot 37 is north 73" 12' east (astronomic) and 
relating all bearings herein thereto; 

Commencing at an iron survey bar defining the 
southeast angle of the said Lot 37; 

Thence south 73° 12' west along the southerly limit 
of the said Lot a distance of 61.56 metres to an iron 
survey bar; 

Thence north 11° 51' 30" west a distance of 101.79 
metres to an iron survey bar set in the southwesterly 
limit of the King's Highway No. 26; 

Thence south 56° 11' 20" east along the said south- 
westerly limit of highway a distance of 89.48 metres 
to an iron survey bar marking the intersection with 
the easterly limit of the said Lot; 

Thence south 9° 44' 50" east along the last-men- 
tioned limit a distance of 32.55 metres, more or less, 
to the point of commencement. O. Reg. 679/86, 
s. 1, part. 

L. J. FiNCHAM 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

Central and Southwest 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 24th day of November, 1986. 



(9763) 



SO 



VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION 
SERVICES ACT 

O. Reg. 680/86. 

General. 

Made — November 19th, 1986. 

Filed — November 26th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 943 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION 

SERVICES ACT 

L— (1) Item 19 of Schedule 1 to Reguls 
tion 943 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 



19. 



Central Seven Association for the Developmen- 
tally Handicapped 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 681/86 



6025 



(2) Item 25 of the said Schedule 1 is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

25. Community Living Mississauga 

(3) The said Schedule 1 is amended by 
adding thereto the following item: 

25a . Community Sheltered Workshops 

(4) Item 28 of the said Schedule 1 is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

28. COSTI-ILAS Immigrant Services 

(5) The said Schedule 1 is further amended 
by adding thereto the following item: 

39a . Goodwill Industries of Toronto 

(6) Items 69 and 98 of the said Schedule 1 
ai^ revoked. 

2. — ( 1) Item 85û of Schedule 2 to the said 
Regulation, as made bv subsection 
2 (17) of Ontario Regulation 335/84, 
is revoked. 

(2) Item 86 of the said Schedule 2 is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

86. Atlaz Industrial Centre, 
55 Ameer Drive, Toronto 



(3) Item 99 of the said Schedule 2 is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

99. C.NM.B. Caterplan 

Occupational Units Program, 
1929 BaNA-iew Avenue, Toronto 

(4) The said Schedule 2 is amended by 
adding thereto the following item: 

99a. C.N.I. B. Vocational RehabiHtation 
Activity Centre, 
1929 Ba\-\-iew Avenue, Toronto 



(5) Item 107a of the said Schedule 2, as 
made by subsection 2 (22) of Ontario 
Regulation 335/84, is amended by 
striking out, 

771 St. Glair Avenue West, 
Toronto 



in the forty -seventh and forty-eighth 
lines and inserting in lieu thereof: 

1611 Wilson Avenue, 
Toronto 

and 

1508-1510 Danforth Avenue, 
Toronto 

and 

230 Richmond Street, 
Toronto 

(6) Item 139 of the said Schedule 2, as 
remade by subsection 1 (2) of Ontario 
Regulation 763/84, is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 

139. The Salvation Army Booth Industries, 
143 Lakeshore Boulevard East, Toronto 

(7) Item 141 of the said Schedule 2 is 
revoked. 

(8) Item 14 la of the said Schedule 2, as 
made by subsection 2 (2) of Ontario 
Regulation 247/81, is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 

141a. Scarbrook Enterprises, 
2220 Midland Avenue, 
Units 14-22, Scarborough 



GENERAL WELFARE ASSISTANCE 
ACT 

O. Reg. 681/86. 

General. 

Made — November 19th, 1986. 

Filed — November 26th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 441 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

GENERAL WELFARE ASSISTANCE 

ACT 

1. Section 15 of Regulation 441 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, 
as amended by section 4 of Ontario 
Regulation 361/83, section 6 of 
Ontario Regulation 691/83, section 1 
of Ontario Regulation 495/84, section 



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6026 O. Reg. 681/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 682/86 



6 of Ontario Regulation 708/84 and 
section 4 of Ontario Regulation 
824/84, is further amended by adding 
thereto the following subsection: 

(5a) Notwithstanding subsection (5) and subject to 
section 20, the Province of Ontario shall pay by way of 
reimbursement to the municipality or to the council of 
the approved band, as the case may be, 80 per cent of 
any amount paid in the month of October or 
November in 1986 as special assistance to provide 
winter clothing for one or more eligible dependants 
referred to in subsection 28 (1) of any applicant or 
recipient. O. Reg. 681/86, s. 1. 

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

28. — (1) In this section, "eligible dependant" 
means, 

(a) a dependant child; 

(ft) a foster child referred to in clause 12 (3) (c); 
and 

(c) a dependant adult other than a spouse who, 

(i) where this section applies in 1986, has 
not attained twenty-one years of age 
on the 1st day of November, 1986, 
and 

(ii) where this section applies in any year 
subsequent to 1986, has not attained 
twenty-one years of age on the 1st day 
of October in that year. 



(2) Subject to subsection (3), an applicant or reci- 
pient who is eligible for general assistance, other than 
emergency assistance paid under subsection 8 (10) in 
the month of November in 1986 or in the month of 
October in any year subsequent to 1986 and who has 
one or more eligible dependants in that month shall be 
paid in that month, in addition to the amount of gen- 
eral assistance, an amount equal to $80 for each of his 
or her eligible dependants. 

(3) Where an applicant or recipient was paid in 
October or November in 1986 an amount of special 
assistance to provide winter clothing for one or more 
eligible dependants, any amount otherwise payable 
under subsection (2) in the month of November in 1986 
shall, for each eligible dependant, be reduced by the 
amount already paid on behalf of that eligible depen- 
dant as special assistance for winter clothing. 

(4) For the purposes of subsection 1 1 (6), a payment 
made in accordance with this section shall be deemed 
to be general assistance paid in accordance with sub- 
section 11 (1) or (5). O. Reg. 681/86, s. 2. 



(976S) 



50 



PARKWAY BELT PLANNING 
AND DEVELOPMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 682/86. 

County of Halton (now The Regional 
Municipality of Halton), City of Bur- 
lington. 

Made — November 20th, 1986. 

Filed — November 26th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 482/73 

MADE UNDER THE 

PARKWAY BELT PLANNING 

AND DEVELOPMENT ACT 

1. Ontario Regulation 482/73 is amended 
by adding thereto the following section: 

125. — (1) A one-storey woodworking shop may be 
erected and used as an accessory building to the single- 
family dwelling existing on the lands described in sub- 
section (2) on the date this Regulation comes into force 
if the following requirements are met: 

Minimum distance between 
woodworking shop and. 



(i) Sumach Drive 
(ii) Unsworth Avenue 
(iii) easterly lot line 



30 metres 
6 metres 
1.5 metres 



Maximum floor area of 

workshop 340 metres 

(2) Subsection (1) applies to the parcel of land in the 
City of Burlington in The Regional Municipality of 
Halton, formerly in the Township of East Flam- 
borough in the County of Halton, being that part of 
Lot 9 in Concession I, described as follows: 

Commencing at an iron bar planted in the north- 
ern corner of the herein described parcel of land 
and being in the southeastern limit of the right-of- 
way lands of the Canadian National Railwa> 
Company (Toronto-Hamilton main line) which 
point of commencement may be arrived at as 
follows: 

Beginning at a point in the northeastern limit 
of Lot 9 where it is intersected by the said 
railway limit; 

Thence along the said railway limit on a 
course of south 48° 53' west 669 feet 5 inches 
to an iron bar planted at an angle therein; 

Thence continuing thereon on a course of 
south 51° 05' west 509 feet IVz inches to an 
iron bar planted in the said railway limit at 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 683/86 6027 



the point of commencement of the herein 
described parcel of land; 

Thence south 44° 40' west 234 feet 9% 
inches, more or less, to a point in the north- 
western limit of a given road through said 
Lot 9, sometimes known as Old York Road; 

Thence south 51° 54' 30" west along the said 
limit of Old York Road, 75 feet to an iron 
pipe planted at the point of intersection of the 
said limit of Old York Road with the north- 
eastern limit of said Old York Road; 

Thence north 44° 40' west along the north- 
eastern limit of the Old York Road 226 feet 9 
inches, more or less, to a point in the south- 
eastern limit of the said right-of-way of the 
Canadian National Railway Company; 

Thence along the said railway limit on a 
course of north 51° 05' east 75 feet, more 
or less, to the point of commencement. 
O. Reg. 682/86, s. 1. 

L. J. FiNXHAM 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

Central and Southwest 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 20th day of November, 1986. 



(9766) 



SO 



CROP INSURANCE ACT 
(ONTARIO) 

O. Reg. 683/86. 
Crop Insurance Plan — Tomatoes. 
Made— April 23rd, 1986. 
Approved — June 6th, 1986. 
Filed — November 26th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 226 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

CROP INSURANCE ACT 

(ONTARIO) 

1. Clause 3 id) of the Schedule to Regu- 
lation 226 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefore 

(d) "processor" means a person who is licensed 
as a processor of vegetables under the Farm 
Products Marketing Act and the regulations 
made thereunder; 



2. Subsection 11 (4) of the said Schedule, 
as remade by subsection 4 (2) of 
Ontario Regulation 292/85, is revoked 
and the following substituted therefon 

(4) The premium prescribed by subsection (1) is 
subject to a surcharge of, 

(a) $10 per acre where the insured person is 
eligible for a lost plants benefit of $148 per 
acre; 

(6) $13.50 per acre where the insured person is 
eligible for a lost plants benefit of a 
maximum of $197.50 per acre; or 

(c) $18.75 per acre where the insured person is 
eligible for a lost plants benefit of more than 
$276.50 per acre. 

3. Subparagraph 4 (2) of Form 1 of the 
said Regulation is amended by striking 
out "application" in the second and 
third lines and inserting in lieu thereof 
"final acreage report". 

4. Subparagraph 4 (3) of the said Form 1 
is amended by striking out "applica- 
tion, unless the processor increases the 
contract acreage or tonnage accord- 
ingly" in the third and fourth lines and 
inserting in lieu thereof "final acreage 
report", 

5. Clause 9 (2) (b) of the said Form 1, as 
remade by subsection 5 (1) of Ontario 
Regulation 356/84, is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 

(b) an amount calculated at the rate of $148 for 
each replanted acre. 



». Clause 9 (4) (a) of the said Form 1, as 
remade by subsection 6 (2) of Ontario 
Regulation 292/85, is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 

(a) the original cost to the producer of the plants 
or seed in respect of which loss or damage 
was suffered; or 

'. Clauses 9 (5) (a) and (b) of the said 
Form 1, as remade by subsection 5 (2) 
of Ontario Regulation 356/84, are 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

(a) amaximumof $197.50 per acre where he has 
planted up to 10,(XK) plants per acre; or 



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O. Reg. 684/86 



(b) a maximum of $276.50 per acre where he has 
planted in excess of 10,000 plants per acre. 

The Crop Insurance Commission 
OF Ontario: 

M. Huff 
Chairman 

Jack Mulder 
Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 23rd day of April, 1986. 

(9767) SO 

ASSESSMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 684/86. 

Pipe Line Rates in Part of the District of 
Algoma and Part of The Regional 
Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton. 

Made— November 19th, 1986. 
Filed— November 26th, 1986. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
ASSESSMENT ACT 

PIPE LINE RATES IN PART OF THE 

DISTRICT OF ALGOMA AND PART OF THE 

REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF 

OTTAWA-CARLETON 

1. — (1) In lieu of the rates contained in the Schedule 
to Regulation 71 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1980, commencing with the year 1985, the rates con- 
tained in the Schedule to this Regulation shall apply to 
the assessment for taxation of all pipe lines liable to 
assessment and taxation under section 24 of the Act 
and located in or on the boundary of the Township of 
West Carleton in The Regional Municipality of 
Ottawa-Carleton. 

(2) In lieu of the rates contained in the Schedule to 
Regulation 71 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 



1980, commencing with the year 1986, the rates con- 
tained in the Schedule to this Regulation shall apply to 
the assessment for taxation of all pipe lines liable to 
assessment and taxation under section 24 of the Act 
and located in or on the boundary of the Town of 
Bruce Mines, the Town of Thessalon, the Village of 
Hilton Beach, the Township of Hilton, the Township 
of Jocelyn, the Township of Johnson, the Township of 
Laird, the Township of Macdonald, Meredith and 
Aberdeen Additional, the Township of Plummer 
Additional, the Township of St. Joseph, the Township 
of Tarbutt and Tarbutt Additional, the Township of 
Thessalon and the Locality of the Central Algoma 
Board of Education in the District of Algoma. 
O. Reg. 684/86, s. 1. 



2. For the purpose of clause 24 (16) (b) of the Act, 

(a) where two or more pipe lines occupy the 
same right of way, the second and sub- 
sequent pipe lines occupying that right of 
way are designated to be each pipe line 
occupying that right of way, except that 
which bears the higher or highest assessed 
value computed by applying the rates in the 
Schedule to this Regulation without the 
reduction in rates for the second and sub- 
sequent pipe lines occupying the same right 
of way provided for in clause (b), and where 
two or more pipe lines occupying the same 
right of way have the same assessed value so 
computed and that assessed value is the 
higher or highest assessed value or is the 
assessed value for the pipe lines occupying 
that right of way, each of such pipe lines is 
designated as a second and subsequent pipe 
line except that one that was first in use as a 
pipe line; and 

(b) where a right of way occupied by a pipe line 
that is not designated to be a second or sub- 
sequent pipe line under clause (a) is occupied 
by a pipe line that is so designated, each pipe 
line so designated shall be assessable and 
taxable at 75 per cent of the rate in the 
Schedule that is applicable to each pipe line 
so designated. O. Reg. 684/86, s. 2. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 685/86 



GASOLINE TAX ACT 

O. Reg. 685/86. 

General. 

Made— November 19th, 1986. 

Filed— November 26th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 440 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

GASOLINE TAX ACT 

1. Section 2 of Regulation 440 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

2. Every importer shall, on or before the ISth day of 
the month following the month in which the gasoline 
or aviation fuel was imported into or received in 
Ontario, deliver to the Minister a statement showing 
the quantity of gasoline or aviation fuel or both 
imported by the importer into Ontario or received by 
the importer in Ontario and the names and addresses 
of the person from whom the gasoline or aviation fuel 
or both was purchased and the date of each purchase 
and shall remit with the statement the tax collectable 
by the importer and the tax payable by the importer in 
respect of the gasoline and aviation fuel. O. Reg. 
685/86, s. 1. 

2.— (1) Subsection 3 (1) of the said Reg- 
ulation, as amended by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 626/81, is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

(1) A person who applies to the Minister and, 

(a) who is not a collector but is licensed under 
the Gasoline Handling Act; or 

(b) is an employee of a collector who by reason of 
an agreement between the employee and the 
collector is held responsible for and must pay 
the collector for all losses and shortages 
incurred with respect to gasoline delivered to 
the person and sold by the person for the 
account of the collector. 



and collects and pays over the tax under the Act may 
be paid a refund of 0.21 per cent of the amount by 
which the amount of tax paid by the person to the 
supplier of the person on gasoline sold by the person at 
retail exceeds any amount of tax with respect to which 
the person is or was or will be entitled to make an 
application for refund under any other section of the 
Act or regulations. O. Reg. 685/86, s. 2 (1). 



(2) Subsection 3 (2) of the said Regulation 
is revoked and the following substi- 
tuted therefor: 

(2) An application for a refund under subsection (1) 
shall be accompanied by properly receipted invoices 
covering the gasoline in respect of which the applicant 
is claiming a refund. 

(2a) No refund shall be paid if the tax has been paid 
more than three years before the date on which the 
application for refund is mailed or delivered to the 
Minister. O. Reg. 685/86, s. 2 (2). 

3.— (1) Clause 5 (1) (^) of the said Regu- 
lation is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 

(e) subsections 16 (1) and (5); 

(2) Clause 5 (2) (/) of the said Regulation 
is revoked and the following substi- 
tuted therefor: 

(/) subsections 16 (1) and (5); 

4. Section 6 of the said Regulation is 
revoked. 

5. Section 7 of the said Regulation, as 
amended by section 1 of Ontario Reg- 
ulation 547/81, is revoked. 

6. Clause 8 (1) (c) of the said Regulation, 
as amended by section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 254/85, is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 

(c) the application for the refund in the form 
required by the Minister is mailed or deli- 
vered to the Minister not more than three 
years after the date on which the tax was 
paid on the exported gasoline or aviation fuel 
and is supported by, 

(i) invoices showing the purchase of the 
gasoline or aviation fuel, and 

(ii) documentary evidence sufficient to 
satisfy the Minister that the gasoline 
or aviation fuel was exported from 
Ontario and was not subsequently 
imported into Ontario in bulk. 

7. Section 9 of the said Regulation is 
revoked. 

8. Section 10 of the said Regulation, as 
amended by section 1 of Ontario Reg- , 
ulation 179/81, is revoked and the fol- | 



lowing substituted therefor: 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 687/86 



6031 



10. For the purpose of subsection 15 (1) of the Act, 
ever>- collector shall maintain a record of, 

(a) the quantities of gasoline and aviation fuel 
imported, purchased or otherwise received 
from suppliers or the collector's own produc- 
tion; 

(b) the quantities of gasoline and aviation fuel 
sold, delivered or e.xported or consumed by 
the collector including sales and deliveries to 
other collectors, importers, wholesalers, 
retailers and purchasers; 

(c) the collector's inventor»- of gasoline and 
aviation fuel; and 

id) the tax collectable and payable by the col- 
lector, 

and shall retain each such record and all invoices, 
books of account and other documents related thereto 
for at least five years from the date of the making of 
the record, invoice or document or last entr>- in the 
book of account. O. Reg. 685/86, s. 8. 

9. Paragraph 3 of section 12 of the said 
Regulation is revoked. 

10. Section 14 of the said Regulation is 
revoked. 

11. Form 1 of the said Regulation, as 
remade by section 1 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 542/86, is revoked. 

12. Form 2 of the said Regulation, as 
remade by subsection 1 (2) of Ontario 
Regulation 386/83, is revoked. 



(9769) 



MUNICIPAL ACT 

O. Reg. 686/86. 
Small Business Programs. 
Made — November 19th, 1986. 
Filed — November 26th, 1986. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
MUNICIPAL ACT 

SMALL BUSINESS PROGRAMS 



50 



1. The maximum amount that may be expended by 
a municipality under a program referred to in subsec- 
tion 112a (2) of the Act is S5 per person based on the 
latest census made by the assessor under the Assess- 
ment Act. O. Reg. 686/86, s. 1. 

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2. For the purposes of section 112a of the Act, 
"small business" means a business that has less than 
100 employees. O. Reg. 686/86, s. 2. 



(9770) 



50 



GAME AND FISH ACT 

O. Reg. 687/86. 
Open Seasons — Game Birds. 
Made — November 26th, 1986. 
Filed — November 27th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 501/81 

MADE UNDER THE 

GAME AND FISH ACT 

1. Ontario Regulation 501/81 is amended 
by adding thereto the following section: 

OPEN SEASON FOR WILD TURKEY 

13a. The holder of a licence that is a licence issued 
to a resident in Form 5 of Regulation 420 of Re\nsed 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980 may hunt a wUd turkey 
with a beard in any wildlife management unit specified 
in Column 1 of Schedule 6 during the open seasons 
specified opposite thereto in Column 2 during the 
hours specified in Column 3 upon condition that, 

(a) the holders name is drawn by a lot in a draw 
administered b\- the Ministry-; 

(b) the holder affixes a tag in Form 12 of Regu- 
lation 420 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1980 to the licence before the hunt; 

(c) the holder does not shoot or attempt to shoot 
more than one wild turkey with a beard; 

(d) the holder uses, 

(i) a shotgun not larger than number 10 
gauge and not smaller than number 20 
gauge loaded with shot sizes number 
4, 5 or 6, or 

(ii) a cross-bow, long-bow, arrow or bolt 
specified in section 1 of Regulation 
405 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980; 



(e) the holder does not use decoys; and 

(/) the holder who has killed wild turkey with a 
beard takes the intact carcass within six 
hours of the kill to a person designated at the 
time of the hunt for registration of wild tur- 
keys by the Ministry . O. Reg. 687/86, s. 1. 



6032 O. Reg. 687/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 688/86 

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

Schedule 6 

Wild Turkey 



I If 111 


Column 1 

Wildlife 

Management 

Units 


Column 2 
Open Seasons 


Column 3 
Hours 


1. 


68, 71 


From the first Monday in May to the Satur- 
day next following, 

and 

from the second Monday in May to the 
Saturday next following, in any year. 


Vz hr. before sunrise to 12 
o'clock noon 



(9794) 



GAME AND FISH ACT 

O. Reg. 688/86. 

Hunting Licences. 

Made — November 26th, 1986. 

Filed— November 27th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 420 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

GAME AND FISH ACT 

I. Section 2 of Regulation 420 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as 
remade by section 1 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 138/83 and amended by section 1 
of Ontario Regulation 376/83, is furth- 
er amended by adding thereto the fol- 
lowing subsections: 

(10) A licence in Form 5 is not valid for hunting 
wild turkey unless a tag in Form 12 is affixed to the 
licence before the hunt. 

(11) A non-resident is not entitled to be issued a tag 
in Form 12. 

(12) Where tags are issued on the basis of a lottery, 
no person whose name is drawn by lot shall receive a 
tag in Form 12 unless the person has obtained a certifi- 
cate issued by the Ministry indicating that the person 
has successfully completed a wild turkey hunter edu- 
cation course held by the Ministry. 



O. Reg. 687/86, s. 2. 
SO 

(13) An application for a tag in Form 12 shall be in 
the form furnished by the Ministry. O. Reg. 

s. 1-. 



2, — (1) Section 9 of the said Regulation, 
as remade by section 1 of Ontario Reg- 
ulation 499/82 and amended by section 
1 of Ontario Regulation 683/82, sec- 
tion 3 of Ontario Regulation 138/83, 
section 3 of Ontario Regulation 186/84 
and section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
219/85, is further amended by adding 
thereto the following subsection: 

{3a) Every holder of a licence in Form 5 who has 
killed a wild turkey shall, 

(a) immediately after the kill and at the site of 
the kill, attach the seal provided with the tag 
in Form 12 to the leg of the turkey in the 
manner indicated on the seal; and 

(b) keep the seal attached to the leg of the turkey 
at all times until it is prepared for consump- 
tion. O. Reg. 688/86, s. 2 (1). 



(2) Subsection 9 (5) of the said Regulation, 
as made by subsection 3 (2) of Ontario 
Regulation 138/83, is amended by 
inserting after "4" in the first line "5". 

(3) The said section 9 is further amended 
by adding thereto the following sub- 
sections: i 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6033 



(6a) No holder of a licence in Form 5 shall attach 
the seal pro\nded with the tag in Form 12 to a wild 
turkey that has been killed by another person. 
O. Reg. 688/86, s. 2 (3), part. 



(7a) Except as otherwise pro\-ided in this Regula- 
tion, the holder of a Ucence in Form 5 shall, at the time 
of the hunt, have a seal provided with the tag in Form 
1 2 on his or her person and shall produce and show it 
to any officer on request by the officer. O. Reg. 
688/86, s. 2 (3), part. 

3. The said Regulation is amended by 
adding thereto the following section: 

9a. Subsections 2 (10) and 9 (Sa) do not apply to a 
holder of a licence in Form 5 when hunting wild tur- 



kev's on a game bird hunting preserve as authorized 
under Regulation 416 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980. O. Reg. 688/86, s. 3. 



Schedule 3 to the said Regulation, as 
remade by section 3 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 519/86 and amended by section 1 
of Ontario Regulation 520/86, is furth- 
er amended by inserting under "11" in 
Column 1 "12" and by inserting oppo- 
site thereto in Columns 2 and 3 
"12.00" and "NIL" respectively. 



5. The said Regulation is further 
amended by adding thereto the fol- 
lowing Form: 



Form 12 

Game and Fish Act 

RESroENT'S >MLD TURKEY 

VALIDATION TAG 19. . 



Tag Serial Number 
This tag authorizes 



(Last Name) 



(First Name) 

to take a wild turkey with a beard 

in WMU 



(Middle Initial) 



(WMU Number) 



(during the open season specified above) 

Remove the backing from this tag and stick the tag to the back of your licence to hunt small game. O. Reg. 
688/86, s. 5. 

6. Section 4 of this Regulation comes into force on the 1st day of January, 1987. 

(9795) SO 



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6034 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 689/86 



ONTARIO DRUG BENEFIT ACT, 1986 

O. Reg. 689/86. 

General. 

Made — November 26th, 1986. 

Filed — November 27th, 1986. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
ONTARIO DRUG BENEFIT ACT, 1986 

GENERAL 

1. In this Regulation, 

"extemporaneous preparation" means a drug or com- 
bination of drugs prepared or compounded in a 
pharmacy according to a prescription; 

"modified release dosage form" means a dosage form 
of a product that is formulated to control the level 
of the drug in the blood over a shorter or longer 
period of time than a conventional dosage form; 

"resident of Ontario" means a person who is legally 
entitled to remain in Canada and makes his or her 
home and is ordinarily resident in Ontario for at 
least four uninterrupted months in any one year 
but does not include a person who is a tourist, 
transient or visitor to Ontario; 

"unit" means a gram, millilitre, tablet, capsule or other 
appropriate unit of a listed drug product in a par- 
ticular dosage form and strength. O. Reg. 
689/86, s. 1. 

2. — (1) Subject to subsections (3) and (4), the fol- 
lowing classes of persons who are residents of Ontario 
are designated as eligible classes of persons for the 
purposes of section 2 of the Act: 

1. Persons who are receiving extended care ser- 
vices within the meaning of clause 43 (1) (b) 
of Regulation 452 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 (General) for which payment is 
made under the Health Insurance Act. 

2. Persons who are receiving home care services 
within the meaning of clause 44 (1) (b) of 
Regulation 452 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 (General) for which payment is 
made under the Health Insurance Act. 

3. Persons who reside in homes licensed under 
section 5 of the Homes for Special Care Act. 

4. Persons who are eligible for a pension under 
Part I of the Old Age Security Act (Canada). 

5. Persons who have attained sixty-five years of 
age and have been residents of Ontario for 
twelve consecutive months immediately pre- 
ceding the date of the Minister's confirmation 
referred to in subsection (4). 



(2) Subsection (1) does not apply to a person who is 
eligible to receive drug benefits under section 24 of 
Regulation 318 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1980 (General). 

(3) A person is not a member of the class of persons 
referred to in paragraph 4 of subsection (1) until the 
first day of the month for which the person first 
receives payment of the pension. 

(4) A person is not a member of the class of persons 
referred to in paragraph 5 of subsection (1) until the 
first day of the month following the month in which 
the Minister receives all the information required by 
the Minister to confirm that the person is a member of 
the class. 

(5) Any information referred to in subsection (4) that 
is submitted before the person attains sixty-five years 
of age shall be deemed to have been submitted when 
the person attains sixty-five years of age. 

(6) Any information referred to in subsection (4) that 
is submitted after the person attains sixty-five years of 
age shall be deemed to have been received, 

(a) when the person attained sixty-five years of 
age; or 

(b) on the day that is five years earlier than the 
day on which the Minister receives the 
information, 

whichever is the later day. O. Reg. 689/86, s. 2. 



3. — (1) The drug products listed in Column 2 of 
Part B of Schedule 1 are designated as listed drug 
products. 

(2) For the purposes of subsections 5 (1) and (2) of 
the Act, the amount in Column 3 of Part B of Schedule 
1 that is set out opposite each drug in Column 1 of Part 
B of Schedule 1 is the best available price of the drug. 

(3) For the purposes of subsection 5 (3) of the Act, 
the Minister shall pay to a physician for dispensing a 
listed drug product for an eligible person the amount 
provided for by this Regulation with respect to the 
listed drug product and a dispensing service fee that 
shall be, 

(a) in the case of a physician whose office is 
located 20 kilometres or more from an accre- 
dited pharmacy, $4.17; and 

(b) in the case of a physician whose office is 
located less than 20 kilometres from an 
accredited pharmacy, $3.51. 

(4) For the purposes of subsection 6 (1) of the Act 
and subsection 3 (3) of this Regulation, the amount the 
Minister shall pay in respect of each listed drug pro- 
duct in Column 2 of Part B of Schedule 1 is the lesser 
of. 



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(a) the sum of the dispensing fee referred to in 
subsection 6 (2) of the Act or subsection 3 (3) 
of this Regulation, the amount in Column 3 
of Part B of Schedule 1 set out opposite the 
drug in Column 1 of Part B of Schedule 1 and 
the amount referred to in subsection ( 1 1); or 

(b) the usual and customar>- amount charged by 
the operator of the pharmacy or the ph> sician 
to persons who are not eligible persons. 

(5) Subsection (4) does not apply to listed drug pro- 
ducts referred to in subsection (8). 

(6) For the purposes of subsection 6 (1) of the Act 
and subsection 3 (3) of this Regulation, the amount the 
Minister shall pay in respect of each listed drug pro- 
duct that is designated as "otc" in Part B of Schedule 1 
is the lesser of the amount in Column 3 of Part B of 
Schedule 1 set out opposite the drug in Column 1 of 
Part B of Schedule 1 or the usual and customary- 
amount charged by the operator of the pharmacy or 
the physician to persons who are not eligible persons. 

(7) For the purposes of clause 6 (2) (a) of the Act, the 
dispensing fee the Minister shall pay to a pharmacy 
operated in a hospital approved as a public hospital 
under the Public Hospitals Act for dispensing a listed 
drug product for an eligible person is $2.65. 

(8) Listed drug products that are designated as "otc" 
in Part B of Schedule 1 are listed drug products to 
which clause 6 (2) (b) of the Act applies. 

(9) For the purposes of subclause 6 (2) (c) (i) of the 
Act, the amount determined under section 7 of the Act 
for the dispensing of a listed drug product for an eligi- 
ble person is $5.32. 

(10) For the purposes of subsection 8 (1) of the Act, 
the Minister shall pay to a physician or a pharmacy, in 
addition to the dispensing fee, for dispensing a drug for 
which there is not a listed drug product and to the 
supplying of which the Minister has made the Act 
apply, the cost of the drug dispensed calculated under 
section 4. 

(11) For the purposes of subsection 18(2)of the Act, 
the percentage of the best available price that is to be 
added to the price of a listed drug product is that per- 
centage set out in Part A of Schedule 1. O. Reg. 
689/86, s. 3. 

4. — (1) For the purposes of subsection 6 (5) of the 
Act, the cost to the operator of a pharmacy of pur- 
chasing a listed drug product is the amount calculated 
by, 

(a) deducting from the total amount pîiid or pay- 
able, exclusive of shipping charges, by the 
operator or the physician to purchase the 
product dispensed, the value of any price 
reduction granted by the manufacturer or 
wholesaler or an agent or representative of 
the manufacturer or wholesaler in the fcfrm of 



rebates, allowances, discounts, refunds, free 
goods or any other benefits of a like nature 
paid or credited to the operator or to the 
physician in respect of the purchase of the 
product that included the units dispensed; 

(b) di\-iding the result obtained under clause (a) 
by the number of units purchased by the 
operator or the physician; and 

(c) multiplying the unit cost determined under 
clause (b) by the number of units dispensed 
pursuant to a prescription. 

(2) For the purposes of clause (1) (a), 

(a) a discount for prompt payment that is made 
within thirty days of the sale of the product to 
the operator or physician shall be deemed not 
to be a price reduction if the discount does 
not exceed 2 per cent of the net price of the 
product; and 

(b) delayed payment by the operator or physi- 
cian shall be deemed not to be a price reduc- 
tion unless the payment is made in excess of 
1 20 days after the product is delivered to the 
operator or physician. 

(3) Where payment is delayed by the operator or 
physician in excess of 120 days after the product is 
delivered to the operator or physician, the delayed 
payment terms shall be considered to be a price reduc- 
tion of 1.5 per cent of the net purchase price per 
month. O. Reg. 689/86, s. 4. 



5.- 
Act, 



(1) For the purposes of subsection 17 (1) of the 



(a) extemporaneous preparations that do not 
duplicate the formulation of a manufactured 
drug product are designated pharmaceutical 
products; and 

(b) substances that are designated as "dpp" in 
Schedule 1 are designated pharmaceutical 
products. 

(2) For the purposes of subsections 5 (1) and (3) of 
the Act, the Minister shall pay to an operator of a 
pharmacy or a physician for dispensing an extem- 
poraneous preparation, 

t 

(a) the acquisition cost of the ingredients used to 

make the extemporaneous preparation; 

(6) in the case of an operator of a pharmacy, the 
dispensing fee referred to in subsection 6 (2) 
of the Act and in the case of a physician, the 
dispensing service fee provided for in sub- 
section 3 (3) of this Regulation; and 

(c) an amount that shall not e.xceed 50 cents per 
minute for compounding the extemporaneous 
preparation. O. Reg. 689/86, s. 5. 



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6. The substances listed in Schedule 2 are desig- 
nated as listed substances. O. Reg. 689/86, s. 6. 

7. — (1) An operator of a pharmacy that supplies a 
listed drug product to an eligible person pursuant to a 
prescription may charge the eligible person, 

(a) an amount in respect of the listed drug pro- 
duct dispensed that is not greater than the 
difference between the cost of the product 
actually dispensed as determined in accor- 
dance with section 4 and the amount pro- 
vided for in Part B of Schedule 1 plus the 
amount referred to in subsection 3 (11) in 
respect of the product dispensed where, 

(i) the person dispensing the product is 
authorized under the Prescription 
Drug Cost Regulation Act, 1986 to 
dispense an interchangeable product, 
and 

(ii) the person presenting the prescription 
or the person for whom the product 
was prescribed, before having the 
prescription filled, insists upon 
receiving a product the cost of which 
to the operator of the pharmacy as 
determined in accordance with section 
4 is greater than the amount provided 
for in Part B of Schedule 1 and the 
person is advised by the operator of 
the pharmacy that a listed drug pro- 
duct is available free of charge; or 

(fc) the total amount charged in respect of the 
listed drug product dispensed, where the per- 
son presenting the prescription or the person 
for whom the product was prescribed elects 
before having the prescription filled to pay 
for the product dispensed or where another 
person pays for the product dispensed on 
account of the eligible person and the person 
is advised by the operator of the pharmacy 
that a listed drug product is available free of 
charge. 

(2) A physician who supplies a listed drug product 
to an eligible person may charge the eligible person, 

(a) an amount in respect of the listed drug pro- 
duct supplied that is not greater than the 
difference between the cost of the product 
actually dispensed as determined in accor- 
dance with section 4 and the amount pro- 
vided for in Pait B of Schedule 1 plus the 
amount referred to in subsection 3 (11) in 
respect of the product dispensed where, 

(i) the physician dispensing the product 
is authorized under the Prescription 
Drug Cost Regulation Act, 1986 to 
dispense an interchangeable product, 
and 



(ii) the person for whom the product is 
dispensed, before having the product 
dispensed, insists upon receiving a 
product the cost of which to the physi- 
cian as determined in accordance with 
section 4 is greater than the amount 
provided for in Part B of Schedule 1 
and the person is advised by the 
physician that a listed drug product is 
available free of charge; or 

(b) the total amount charged in respect of the 
listed drug product dispensed, where the 
eligible person elects before having the pro- 
duct dispensed to pay for the product dis- 
pensed or where another person pays the 
charge for the product dispensed on account 
of the eligible person and the eligible person 
is advised by the physician that a listed drug 
product is available free of charge. 

(3) The operator of the pharmacy or the physician 
prior to charging or accepting payment under subsec- 
tion (1) or (2), as the case may be, shall advise the 
person that the payment is not recoverable from the 
Minister. O. Reg. 689/86, s. 7. 

y. — (1) Where the Minister pays an amount in 
respect of supplying a listed drug product for an eligi- 
ble person, the amount paid shall be for the quantity of 
the product that is supplied to the eligible person as 
directed by the prescriber but shall not exceed pay- 
ment for a quantity greater than, 

(a) in the case of a person who is eligible for 
general assistance under the General Welfare 
Assistance Act or who is a "dependant" of 
such a person within the meaning of clause 1 
(1) (e) of Regulation 441 of Revised Regula- 
tions of Ontario, 1980, the quantity sufficient 
for a thirty-five day course of treatment; or 

ib) in the case of a person, other than a person 
referred to in clause (a), the quantity suffi- 
cient for a 250 day course of treatment. 

(2) Where the Minister makes a payment referred to 
in subsection (1) and the quantity of the listed drug 
product supplied is sufficient for a course of treatment, 

(a) that does not exceed 100 days, the Minister 
shall pay the operator of the pharmacy or the 
physician an amount that does not exceed 
one dispensing fee as is provided for under 
subsection 5 (1) or (3) of the Act, as the case 
may be; or 

(ft) that exceeds 100 days but does not exceed 250 
days, the Minister shall pay the operator of 
the pharmacy or the physician an amount 
that does not exceed one dispensing fee as is 
provided for under subsection 5 (1) or (3) of 
the Act, as the case may be, and in addition 
not more than i/? of one dispensing fee for 
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days or part thereof to a maximum of two 
dispensing fees. O. Reg. 689/86, s. 8. 

9. — (1) Each operator of a pharmacy or a physician 
submitting .i « l.iim under subsection 5 (1) or (3) of the 
.\ct shall include in the claim, 

(a) the drug benefit account number of the 
pharmacy or physician as assigned by the 
Miruster; 

(b) the name and address of the pharmac>- or 
physician submitting the claim; 

(c) the month, year and day on which the listed 
drug product was supplied; 

(d) the Ontario Drug Benefit Eligibility Number 
of the eligible person for whom the listed 
drug product was supplied; 

(e) the Drug Identificîition Number of the listed 
drug product suppUed; 

(/) the quantity of the listed drug suppUed; 

ig) where the claim is submitted by the operator 
of a pharmacy, the total amount claimed; 

(A) the prescription number or identification 
number recorded on the prescription for the 
listed drug product supplied; 

(i) where the claim is on paper, the signature of 
the operator of the pharmacy or physician 
submitting the claim or the signature of an 
employee of the operator or physician who is 
authorized by the operator or physician to 
sign such claims; and 

(j) any other information that is necessary to 
process the amount payable on the claim. 

(2) Where a claim referred to in subsection (1) is on a 
medium other than paper. 

(a) the following information shall be sent to the 
Minister within thirt>- days from the receipt 
by the operator of the pharmacy or physician 
of the bi-monthly statement of the Minister 
that relates to the claim: The signature of the 
operator of the pharmacy or physician sub- 
mitting the claim or the signature of an 
employee of the operator or physician who is 
authorized by the operator or physiciim to 
sign such claims on a statement that sets out 
that to the best knowledge and beUef of the 
operator, physician or person, the claims 
referred to on the bi-monthly statement of the 
Minister are true and accurate; and 

(6) the claim shall be in a form that is compatible 
with equipment used by the Minister. 



(3) A claim referred to in subsection (1) that relates 
to an extemporaneous preparation shaU also include, 



(a) the formula of the preparation in a manner 
that clearly indicates all the ingredients and 
the quantities of those ingredients; 

(b) the acquisition cost of each ingredient; and 

(c) the length of time in minutes that was spent 
compounding the ingredients, not including 
the time required to dispense the prepara- 
tion. 



(4) A claim referred to in subsection (1) to which 
subsection 6 (3) of the Act applies shall also include, 

(a) a copy of the supplier's invoice for the listed 
drug product; 

(b) a calculation of the cost to the operator of the 
pharmacy of purchasing the listed drug pro- 
duct in accordance with section 4; 

(c) any other information that is necessary to 
calculate the cost to the operator of the 
pharmacy of the listed drug product; and 

(d) a statement signed by the ojierator or an 
employee of the operator who is authorized 
by the operator to sign such statement 
attesting to the validity of the information. 

(5) >Miere. subsequent to the submission of a claim 
referred to in subsection (4), the cost referred to in 
clause (ft) of that subsection is varied as a result of a 
price reduction given to the operator of the pharmacy 
in respect of the Usted drug product to which the claim 
relates, the operator of the pharmacy shall submit a 
re\Tsed calculation of the cost of the listed drug pro- 
duct to the Minister forthwith. O. Reg. 689/86, s. 9. 

10. Everv- operator of a pharmacy and every physi- 
cian shall retain the following records in or readily 
available to each pharmacy or dispensar>- of each 
pharmacy operated by the operator or in or readily 
available to the dispensary of the physician, as the case 
may be, for the periods indicated: 

1 . In the case of a claim on a medium other than 
paper, a copy of each bi-monthly statement 
received from the Minister, for at least two 
years from the date on which the statement is 
received. 

2. A copy of each claim made to the Minister 
under subsection 5 (1) or (3) of the Act, for at 
least two years from the date on which the 
claim is submitted. 

3. The monthly Ontario Drug Benefit EUgjbil- 
it>' Card or a copy thereof with respect to 
each eligible person for whom a drug is dis- 
pensed in the pharmacy, for at least two 
years from the date that the first drug is dis- 
pensed for the eUgible person. 



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4. Records that relate to the cost of a drug for 
which the operator has made a claim to the 
Minister, for at least two years from the date 
on which the claim was submitted to the 
Minister. 

5 . Each special authorization form provided by 
the Minister indicating that the Minister has 
made the Act apply in respect of the supply- 
ing of a particular drug under subsection 8 (1) 
of the Act, for at least two years from the 
date on which the special authorization was 
received. O. Reg. 689/86, s. 10. 

11. — (1) An eligible person who purchases and pays 
for a listed drug product and who at the time of the 
purchase is unable to identify himself or herself as an 
eligible person may apply to the Minister for reim- 
bursement of the amount paid for the listed drug pro- 
duct. 

(2) Section 9 applies with necessary modifications to 
an application under subsection (1). 

(3) The Minister may reimburse a person who 
makes a claim under subsection (1) in an amount that 
does not exceed the amount the Minister would pay the 
operator of the pharmacy or the physician under sec- 
tion 6 of the Act in respect of the listed drug pro- 
duct. O. Reg. 689/86, s. 11. 

12. — (1) The conditions set out in this section apply 
only with respect to each strength and dosage form of 
each product for which a submission to the Minister to 
be designated as a listed drug product is made on and 
after the 31st day of July, 1986. 

(2) It is a condition for each strength and dosage 
form of a product to be designated as a listed drug 
product that the manufacturer of the product submit 
to the Minister within the time limit set out in Schedule 
3, 

(a) evidence that the manufacturer meets the 
standards contained in Good Manufacturing 
Practices for Drug Manufacturers and 
Importers, second edition, published by the 
Health Protection Branch of Health and 
Welfare (Canada); 



(b) if. 



(i) the product is a new drug within the 
meaning of the Food and Drugs Act 
(Canada), 

(ii) the Health Protection Branch of 
Health and Welfare (Canada) has 
issued a Notice of Compliance to the 
manufacturer of the product in 
respect of a new drug submission 
within the meaning of the said Act, or 

(iii) where the manufacturer has filed with 
the said Health Protection Branch a 



new drug submission that relates to 
the drug product, 

a Notice of Compliance with respect to the 
product issued under section C. 08. 004 of 
Division 8, Part C of the Food and Drug 
Regulations and a product monograph with 
respect to the product that has been 
approved by the Health Protection Branch 
for the purpose of the issuing of the Notice of 
Compliance; 

(c) a statement that sets out all the representa- 
tions that are intended to be made by the 
manufacturer for the promotion of the pro- 
duct with respect to, 

(i) the recommended route of administ- 
ration of the product, 

(ii) the proposed dosage of the product, 

(iii) the claims for the product, and 

(iv) the contra-indications and side effects 
of the product; 

(d) the Drug Identification Number of the pro- 
duct; 

(c) the formula of the product in a manner that 
clearly indicates all the ingredients and the 
quantities of those ingredients; 

if) specifications of a pharmacopoeial or equi- 
valent standard for the active raw materials 
used to make the product and for the finished 
product; 

(g) documentation with respect to the manufac- 
turing and quality control of the product; 

(h) a sample of the product packaged and label- 
led as it is being sold at the time of the sub- 
mission; 

(i) proof of the availability of the product for 
sale as shown by, 

(i) an invoice or invoices detailing the 
sale of the product to a drug 
wholesaler or pharmacy in Ontario, or 

(ii) a copy of a completed Drug Notifica- 
tion Form issued under section 
C. 01. 014 of Division 1, Part C, of the 
Food and Drug Regulations; 

ij ) a list that sets out the cost to the pharmacist 
or wholesaler for each package size of the 
product that is offered for sale; 

(k) evidence that the manufacturer is able to 
supply the product at the price quoted to the 
Minister in a quantity that is sufficient to 
meet the demands for the product; 



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(/) clinical e\adence of the product's therapeutic 
use and safety; 

(m) information that relates to the use of the drug 
as prescribed by physicians, including 
adverse drug reactions and side effects, if 
any; 

(n) where applicable, evidence of the therapeutic 
need for an additional strength of the drug 
product; 

(o) studies that show that the product is stable 
under the storage conditions specified by the 
manufacturer for the intended shelf life of the 
product; 

ip) dissolution studies or other studies that show 
the consistency of the manufacturing process 
of the product; 

(?) evidence of the therapeutic need for a mod- 
ified release dosage form; 

(r) evidence of the rate and extent of absorption 
for a solid oral dosage form; and 

(s) a consent that sets out that the Minister may 
have access to all information given to the 
Health Protection Branch of Health and 
Welfare (Canada) with re-|>< « i to the product 
that is in connection with .1 new drug submis- 
sion or a supplement relaiinj; to the product 
within the meaning of the Food and Drugs 
Act (Canada) or any other submission that is 
necessary for the lawful sale of the product in 
Canada. 

(3) Clause (2) (fe) does not apply where the Health 
Protection Branch gives an opinion in writing that 
states that a new drug submission or a supplement 
relating to the product is not required by the Branch 
and that a Notice of Compliance is not required for the 
lawful sale of the product. 

(4) Notwithstanding subsection (2), a product that 
meets the requirements of section 6 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 690/86 (General) and that is designated as an 
interchangeable product shall be deemed to meet the 
requirements of subsection (2). O. Reg. 689/86, s. 12. 

13. — (1) For the purposes of clause 16 (1) (b) of the 
Act, the following information is prescribed: 



1. The name, dosage form and strength of the 
drug product. 

2. The Drug Identification Number assigned by 
the Health Protection Branch of Health and 
Welfare (Canada). 

3. Whether or not the drug product is subject to 
tax under the Excise Tax Act (Canada). 

4. The percentage of units of each package size 
of the drug product that are sold directly to 
retail pharmacies in Ontario, excluding sales 
to hospitals. 

5. The package size or sizes in which the drug 
product is sold. 

(2) In addition to the information required under 
subsection (1), the following information is prescribed 
with respect to data that relates to the drug product for 
the period set out in Schedule 4: 

1. The best available price for each unit of the 
drug product within the meaning of subsec- 
tion 18 (4) of the Act. 

(3) In addition to the information required under 
subsection (1), the following information is prescribed 
with respect to data that relates to the drug product for 
the period set out in Schedule 5: 

1 . The total number of units of the drug product 
that were sold. 

2. The total sales in dollars for the drug pro- 
duct. 

3. The average unit price of the drug product 
calculated by dividing the total sales for the 
drug product by the total number of units of 
the drug product. 

4. The best available price for each unit of the 
drug product within the meaning of subsec- 
tion 18 (4) of the Act. 

5. The percentage of sales of a drug product at 
the best available price referred to in para- 
graph 4. O. Reg. 689/86, s. 13. 

14. This Regulation comes into force on the day 
that section 18 of the Act is proclaimed in force. 



Schedule 1 
PART A 



10 per cent 



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COLUMH 1 



COLUMH 2 



COLOMM 3 



04:00 Ant i hist aminict 



Astemizole 
2mg/BL 0/L 

Astemizole 
lOng Tab 

Azatadine Maleate 
Img Tab 

Bronpheniraraine Maleate 
0.4mg/nL 0/L 

Bronpheniraaine Maleate 
4ing Tab 

Chlorpheniraaine Maleate 
lOmg/mL Inj So1-1bL Pk 

Chlorpheniramine Maleate 
200mg/2mL Inj Sol-2nL Pk 

Chlorpheniramine Maleate 
0.5mg/mL 0/L 

* Chlorpheniramine Maleate 
4mg Tab 



Clemastine 
Img Tab 

Cyproheptadine HCl 
0.4mg/mL 0/L 



* Cyproheptadine HCl 
4mg Tab 



Dexchlorpheniramine Maleate 
0.4mg/mL 0/L 

Dexchlorpheniramine Maleate 
2mg Tab 

* Diphenhydramine BCl 
50ng Cap 



* Diphenhydramine HCl 
25mg Cap 



Diphenhydramine HCl 
50mg/mL Inj Sol-lmL Pk 



610070 Hismanal 
610089 Hismanal 
355666 Optimine 
026395 Dimetane 
026484 Dimetane 
027995 Chlor-Tripolon 
028010 Chlor-Tripolon 
028134 Chlor-Tripolon 



021288 Novopheniram 
028193 Chlor-Tripolon 



349046 Tavist 



009989 Vimicon 
016314 Periactin 



010073 Vimicon 
016454 Periactin 



225533 Polaramine 



028207 Polaramine 



022764 Benadryl 
271411 Allerdryl 



022756 Benadryl 
370517 Allerdryl 



023205 Benadryl 



JAN 



JAN 



SCH 



ROB 



ROB 



SCH 



SCH 



SCH 



NOP 
SCH 



ANC 



FRS 
MSD 



FRS 
MSD 



SCH 



SCH 



PDA 
ICN 



PDA 
ICN 



PDA 



.2986 



.5936 



.1902 



.0157 



.0616 



1.9380 



6.0500 



.0258 



.0065 



1411 



.0312 



.1395 



.0249 



.0936 



.0535 



.0466 



2.7216 



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C4:00 Ant ikistaminics 



DipheahydrMiiBe HCl 
lOOag/lOaL Inj So1-10bL Pk 

Diphenhydrutine HCl 
2.5ag/BL 0/L 

Methdilazine HCl 
0.8Hg/BL 0/L 

Proaethftzine HCl 
5Chig/2aL Inj Sol-2id. Pk 

ProHethazine HCl 
2mi/wd. 0/L 



Promethazine HCl 
12. Sag Sap 

Proaethazlae HCl 
2Sag Tab 

Proaethazine HCl 
lOiig Tab 

Terfenadine 
6Bg/aL Snsp 

Terfenadine 
60ag Tab 

Triaeprazine Tartrate 
lOag Tab 

Triaeprazine Tartrate 
Sag Tab 

Triaeprazine Tartrate 
2. Sag Tab 

Tripelennaaine HCl 
Soâg Tab 

Triprolidine HCl 
0.2Sag/aL 0/L 

Triprolidine HCl 
2. Sag Tab 



023191 Benadryl 
022918 Benadryl 
«003158 Dilosya 
025046 Phenergan 



025429 Phenergan 
♦583979 PMS-Proaethazine 



#025380 Phenergan 



#213896 Phenergan 



025712 Phenergan 



♦614394 Seldane 



590908 Seldane 



#025801 Panectyl 



025798 Panectyl 



025771 Panectyl 



623504 Pyribenzaaine 



#235768 Actidil 



#004812 Actidil 



PDA 



PDA 



AHA 



RPP 



RPP 
PMS 



RPP 



RPP 



RPP 



MER 



MER 



RPP 



RPP 



RPP 



CIB 



BWE 



BWE 



6.4400 



.0240 



.0622 



1.04^3 



.0179 



.6222 



.0717 



.0687 



.0498 



.3470 



.1595 



.1622 



,1368- 



.0800 



.0246 



.0801 



2473 



6042 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 689/86 



C8:00 Ant i-Infect ive Agents 



08:08:00 Anthelmintics 

Mebendazole 
lOOmg Tab 

Piperazine Adipate 
Gran-2g Pk 

Piperazine Adipate 
120mg/nL 0/L 

Pyrantel Pamoate 
SOmg/mL 0/L 

Pyrantel Pamoate 
125mg Tab 

Pyrviniun Pamoate 
lOmg/mL 0/L 

Pyrviniun Pamoate 
SOng Tab 

Quinacrine HCl 
lOOmg Tab 

Thiabendazole 
SOOmg Chew Tab 

08:12:04 Ant ibiot ics Ant ifungais 

Amphotericin B 
Inj Pd-50mg Pk 

Flucytosine 
SOOmg Cap 

Griseofulvin 
SOOmg Tab 

Griseofulvin 
SOOmg Tab 

Griseofulvin 
330mg Tab 

Griseofulvin 
250mg Tab 

Griseofulvin 
2S0mg Tab 

Griseofulvin 
ISSmg Tab 



556734 Veraox 
002739 Entacyl 
003131 Entacyl 
425869 Combantrin 
316296 Combantrin 
023477 Vanquin 
023841 Vanquin 
033804 Atabrine 
#140228 Mintezol 

029149 Fungizone 
384895 Ancotil 
012262 Grisovin FP 
028282 Fulvicin U/F 
513237 Fulvicin P/G 
012254 Grisovin FP 
028274 Fulvicin U/F 
513229 Fulvicin P/G 



JAN 



AHA 



AHA 



PFI 



PFI 



PDA 



PDA 



WIN 



MSD 



2.0833 



.S944 



.0555 



,1304 



.52G4 



.0909 



.3592 



,1925 



,7297 



24.4000 



SQU 



HLR 



.7855 



GLA .2765 

SCH .3233 

.2907 il 
SCH 

GLA .1535 

SCH .1910 

.1719 
SCH 



2474 



O. Reg. 689/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6043 



C8:C0 Ant i-lnfcct ive Agent: 



C8:12:C4 Ant ibiot ics Ant ifungals 



Criseofnivin 
125iig Tab 

Griseofnlvin 
125sg Tab 

Ketoconazole 
200ng Tab 

Nystatin 
IOO.OOOLVbL 0/L 



012246 Grisovin FP 



028266 Fulvicin U/F 



♦633836 Nizoral 



014850 Nilstat 
248169 Mycostatin 
282219 Nadostine 



GLA .0865 

SCH .1111 

1.36G0 
JAN 



LED 
SQL 
NDA 



.0437 



Nystatin 
500,000U Tab 



014974 Nilstat 
029416 Mycostatin 
270113 .Nadostine 



LED 
SQU 
NDA 



.0600 



08t 12:12 Ant ibiot ics Erytkromyc ins 

Erythroaycin Base 
2S0Hg Eat Pel Cmp 

Erythroaycin Base 
250ag Tab 



Erythronycin Estolate 
2S0ag Cap 



Erythroaycin Estolate 
SOag/aL 0/L 



Erythroaycin Estolate 
25ag/aL O/L 



Erythroaycin Estolate 
SOOag Tab 

Erythroaycin Ethylsnccinate 
SOag/aL 0/L 

Erythroaycin Ethylsnccinate 
40ag/aL O/L 



Erythroaycin Ethylsnccinate 
eOOag Tab 



607142 ERYC 



030899 E-.Mycin 
244635 Erythronid 
'«^640263 Erythronycin 



015202 Ilosone 

020966 Novorythro Estolate 

210641 Ilosone 

262595 Novorythro Estolate 



015474 Ilosone 

021172 Novorythro Estolate 



«244384 Ilosone 



453617 EES-400 



000299 EES-200 

605859 Novorythro Ethyl 

Succinate 



583782 EES-600 



PDA 



CPJ 
ABB 
KNR 



LIL 
NOP 



LIL 
NOP 



LIL 
NOP 



LIL 



ABB 



ABB 
NOP 



ABB 



.3099 



.0738 



.0816 



.0341 



.0170 



.3382 



,1012 



.0475 



,5844 



247S 



6044 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 689/86 



08:00 Ant i-In/ect ive Agents 



08:12:12 Ant ibiot ics Erythromycins 

Erythromycin Ethylsuccinate & Snlf isoxazole Acetyl 



40ng & 120iiig/fflL 0/L 

Erythromycin Stéarate 
50mg/mL 0/L 

Erythromycin Stéarate 
25mg/mL 0/L 

Erythromycin Stéarate 
SOOmg Tab 



Erythromycin Stéarate 
250mg Tab 



08:12:16 Ant ibiot ics Penicillins 

Amoxicillin 
SOOmg Cap 



Amoxicillin 
250mg Cap 



Amoxicillin 
50mg/mL 0/L 



Amoxicillin 
25mg/mL 0/L 



Amoxicillin 

50mg/mL Ped 0/L 

Amoxicillin & Clavulanic Acid 
50mg & 12.5mg/mL 0/L 

Amoxicillin & Clavulanic Acid 
25mg & 6.25mg/nL 0/L 

Amoxicillin & Clavulanic Acid 
SOOmg & 125mg Tab 



58340S Pediazole 

273023 Ery throe in 

000302 Ery throe in 



26651S Erythrocin 
♦688568 Apo-Erythro-S 



000434 Erythrocin 
281573 Erythromycin Stéarate 
391581 Novorythro Stéarate 
545678 Apo-Erythrô-S 



330531 Amoxil 
406716 Novamoxin 
628123 Apo-Amoxi 

288497 Amoxil 
406724 Novamoxin 
628115 Apo-Amoxi 

288519 Amoxil 
452130 Novamoxin 
628158 Apo-Amoxi 

288500 Amoxil 
452149 Novamoxin 
628131 Apo-Amoxi 



353035 Amoxil 
617520 Clavnlin 
617512 Clavnlin 
617504 Clavulin 



ABB 



ABB 



ABB 



ABB 
AFX 



ABB 
SAP 
NOP 
APX 



AYE 
NOP 
APX 



AYE 
NOP 
APX 



AYE 
NOP 
APX 



AYE 
NOP 
APX 



AYE 



BEE 



BEE 



BEE 



.0723 



.0535 



.0633 



.3950 



.0657 



1520 



.0780 



.0236 



.0151 



.4720 



,1260 



.0750 



,9854 



2476 



O. Reg. 689/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6045 



]8:Q0 Ant i-lnfizt ive Agents 



08:12: 16 Ant ibiot ics Penicillins 



AHOxicillin S Clavulanic Acid 
250ag & 125ag Tab 

Anp i c i 1 1 i n 
SOOag Cap 



Aapicillin 
250Mg Cap 



Aapicillin 

IBJ Pd-lOOOng Pk 



Aapicillin 

Inj Pd-500ag Pk 



617490 Clavnlia 



BEE 



Aapicillin 
50iig/aL 0/L 



Aap i c i 1 1 i n 
TSmg/mL 0/L 



(M)2011 


Peabritia 


ATE 


020885 


Novo-Aapicillia 


NOP 


348848 


Aapicillin 


SAP 


603295 


Apo-Aapi 


API 


002003 


Penbritio 


AYE 


020877 


Novo-Anpicillin 


NOP 


265047 


Aapicillin 


SAP 


603279 


Apo-Aapi 


API 


002127 


Penbritin 


AÏE 


004065 


Aapicia 


BRI 


002119 


Penbritia 


ATE 


004057 


Aapicin 


BRI 


002429 


Penbritin 


ATE 


021148 


Novo-AMpicillin 


NOP 


283185 


Aapicillin 


SAP 


603287 


Apo-Aapi 


APX 


002410 


Penbritin 


ATE 


021121 


Novo-Aapicillin 


NOP 


281565 


Aapicillin 


SAP 


603260 


Apo-Aapi 


APX 



.6327 



,1200 



.0620 



1.8500 



1.3000 



.0217 



.0135 



Bacaapicillin HCI 
SOOag Tab 

Bacaapicillin HCI 
400ag Tab 



627135 Peng lobe 



627127 Peng lobe 



AST 



AST 



.9424 



.4618 



Carbenicillin Indanyl (Sodiaa) 
SOOag Tab 

Cloxacillin 
SOOag Cap 



Cloxacillin 
250ag Cap 



328235 Geopen 



002054 Orbenin 
337773 >ovocloxin 
618284 Apo-Cloxi 



002046 Orbenin 



PFI 



ATE 
NOP 
APÏ 



ATE 



.7970 



.1470 



.0750 



2477 



6046 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 689/86 



08:00 Ant i-Infict ive Agents 



08:12:16 Ant ibiot ics Penicil I ins 



Cloxacillin 
250mg Cap 



Cloxacillin 

Inj Pd-2000iiig Pk 



Cloxacillin 

Inj Pd-250iBg Pk 



Cloxacillin 

Inj Pd-500mg Pk 



Cloxacillin 

25ing/mL 0/L 



Dicloxacillin 
250mg Cap 

Dicloxacillin 
12.5ng/«L 0/L 

Methicillin 
Inj Pd-lg Pk 

Oxacillin 

Inj Pd-500mg Pk 

Penicillin G (Benzathine) 
l,200,D00IU/2mL Inj Sol-2iaL Pk 

Penicillin G (Benzathine) 
lOO.OOOIU/mL 0/L 

Penicillin G (Potassium) 
lOO.OOOlU/mL 0/L 

Penicillin G (Potassiim) 
SOO.OOOIU Tab 



Penicillin G Crystalline 
Inj Pd l,000,OOOIU-Pk 



337765 Novoclozin 
618292 Apo-Cloxi 



002186 Orbenin 
407615 Tegopen 
417238 Bactopen 



002151 Orbenin 
407593 Tegopen 
417203 Bactopen 



00217S Orbenin 
407607 Tegopen 
417211 Bactopen 



002445 Orbenin 
337757 Novocloxin 
♦644633 Apo-Cloxi 



003964 Dynapen 



#004286 Dynapen 



004081 Staphcillin 



#004111 Prostaphlin 



036315 Bicillin 1200 L-A 



009938 Megacillin 500 



013633 P-50 



107484 Megacillin 500 
116726 P-50 
151432 Novopen-500 



002208 Penicillin G (Pot) 



NOP 
APX 



AÏE 
BRI 
BEE 



AYE 
BRI 
BEE 



AYE 
BRI 
BEE 



AYE 
NOP 
APX 



BRI 



BRI 



BRI 



BRI 



WYE 



FRS 



HOR 



FRS 
HOR 
NOP 



AYE 



.0750 



2.9000 



1.0500 



1.3500 



.0207 



,3220 



.0429 



3.8000 



4.0150 



5.2000 



.0474 



,0565 



.0305 



1.0320 



2478 



O. Reg. 689/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6047 



:3:CC Ant i -Infect ivt Agents 



08:12:16 Ant ibiot ics Penie il lins 



Penicillin C Crystalline 
Inj Pd l,OOO.OOOIl'-Pk 

Penicillin G Crystalline 
Inj Pd 5,000,000Il-Pk 



Penicillin C Proc&ine Aqneons Suspension 
5,000,000Il'/10«L Inj Snsp-lOaL Pk 

Penicillin G Procaine Aqneons Suspension 
3. 000, 000 I U/1 Old. Inj Susp-lOnL Pk 

Penicillin V (Benzathine) 
60mg/BL 0/L 



011983 Crystapen (Sod) 



002216 Peaicillin G (Pot) 
011991 Crystapen (Sod) 



3S5615 WycilliB 5 Million 



002402 Ayercillin 



034045 Pen-Vee 
248835 PVF 500 



CLA 



ATE 
CLA 



WÏE 



ATE 



WÏE 
FRS 



1.0320 



2.2400 



3.9000 



3.9300 



.0376 



Peaicillin V (Potassimi) 
eOng/mL 0/L 



Penicillin V (Potassim) 

25Hg/aL 0/L 



Penicillin V (Potassim) 
300Bg Tab 



PivaapicilliB 

32.4Hg/HL 0/L 

Pivaapicillin 
SOOag Tab 

Sodin Flncloxacillin 
SOOag Cap 

Sodimi Flncloxacillin 
2S0Hg Cap 

Sodim Flncloxacillin 
50iig/ML O/L 

Sodim Flncloxacillin 
25iig/«L O/L 



331945 VC-K 500 
391603 Novopen-VK-500 
♦642231 Apo-Pen V-K 



015563 V-Cillia K 

018635 Nadopen-V 

♦642223 Apo-Pen V-K 



018740 Nadopen-V 
021202 Novopen-VK-500 
210714 Penicillin V (Pot) 
248843 PVF-K 500 
262447 Ledercillin VK 
♦642215 Apo-Pen V-K 



582239 Pondocillin 



582247 Pondocillin 



486809 Flnclox 



486795 Flnclox 



525561 Flnclox 



486817 Flnclox 



LIL 
NOP 
AFX 



LIL 
NDA 
API 



NDA 
NOP 
SAP 
FRS 
LED 
API 



LEO 



LEO 



ATE 



ATE 



ATE 



ATE 



.0250 



.0185 



.0300 



.0884 



.4720 



.7807 



.4260 



.1617 



,1080 



2479 



6048 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 689/86 



08:00 Ant i-Infect ive Agents 



08:12:24 Ant ibiot ics Tetracyclines 



Tetracycline 
250iiig Cap 



014605 Achromycin V 
021059 Novotetra 
024422 Tetracyn 
210765 Tetracycline 
580929 Apo-Tetra 



.0182 



LED 

NOP 
PFI 
SAP 
APX 



Tetracycline 

Inj Pd-250ng Pk 

Tetracycline 
25mg/mL 0/L 

08:12:28 Ant ibiot ics Other Antibiotics 



014729 Achromycin 



151416 Novotetra 



LED 



NOP 



8.7083 



.0130 



Cefaclor 
SOOmg Cap 

Cefaclor 
250mg Cap 

Cefaclor 
50mg/mL 0/L 

Cefaclor 
25Bg/nL 0/L 

Cefadroxil 
SOOmg Cap 

Cefadroxil 
50fflg/mL 0/L 

Cefazolin Sodium 
Inj Pd-lOOOmg Pk 



465194 Ceclor 



465186 Ceclor 



465216 Ceclor 



465208 Ceclor 



507245 Duricef 



■^674826 Duricef 



319112 Ancef 
322296 Kefzol 



LIL 



LIL 



LIL 



LIL 



BRI 



BRI 



SKF 
LIL 



1.4S75 



.7468 



,1464 



.0802 



.8850 



,1650 



5.71S0 



Cefazolin Sodium 
Inj Pd-500mg Pk 



319139 Ancef 
322288 Kefzol 



2.9330 



SKF 
LIL 



Cephalexin Monohydrate 
500fflg Cap 



253146 Ceporex 
342114 Novolexin 



.2692 



GLA 
NOP 



Cephalexin Monohydrate 
250mg Cap 



253154 Ceporex 
342084 Novolexin 



.1357 



GLA 
NOP 



Cephalexin Monohydrate 
50mg/mL 0/L 



035645 Keflex 



.0520 



LIL 



2480 



O. Reg. 689/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6049 



C8:0C Ant i-Infszt ive Agents 



08:12:28 Ant ibiotics Other Ant ibiot ics 

Cephalexin Monohydrate 
5(hig/BL 0/L 



Cephalexin Monohydrate 
25ag/KL 0/L 



Cephalexin Moaohydrate 
SOOiig Tab 



Cephalexin Monohydrate 
25(hig Tab 



Cephalothin Sodim 
Inj Pd-lg Pk 

Cephalothin Sodim 
IBJ Pd-2g Pk 

Cephradine 
SOChig Cap 

Cephradine 
250i>g Cap 

Cephradine 

Inj Pd-lOOOsg Pk 

Cephradine 

Inj Pd-500ng Pk 

Cephradine 
SOag/aL 0/L 

Clindamycin HCl 
ISOiig Cap 

Clindaaycin Palaitate 
15iig/BL 0/L 

Clindaaycin Phosphate 
300ag/2id. Inj Sol-2nL Pk 

Colistiaethate Soditua 
Inj Pd-15(hig Pk 

Centaaicin Sulfate 
9Qmg/2mL Inj Sol-2aL Pk 



321443 Ceporex 
342092 Novo lex in 



015547 Keflex 
321435 Ceporex 
342106 Novolexin 



244392 Keflex 
583421 .Novolexin 



403628 Keflex 
583413 Novolexin 



015369 Kef lin 
244406 Kef lin 
301639 Velosef 
301620 Velosef 
#348295 Velosef 
#348287 Velosef 
#301647 Velosef 
030570 Dalacin C 
225851 Dalacin C 
260436 Dalacin C 
476420 Col y -Mycin 
223824 Caraaycin 



GLA 
NOP 



LIL 
GLA 
NOP 



LIL 
NOP 



LIL 
NW 



LIL 



LIL 



SQU 



SQU 



SQU 



S^ 



SQU 



UPJ 



DPJ 



UPJ 



.0520 



.0260 



.2692 



.1367 



3.7420 



7.2700 



1.0450 



.5330 



4.0000 



2.7500 



.1180 



.5731 



.0810 



5.1100 



23.1400 



PDA 



SCH 



4.0900 



2481 



6050 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 689/86 



C8:00 Ant i-Infect ive Agents 



08:12:28 Ant ibiot ics Other Ant ibiot ics 

Gentamicin Sulfate 
80rag/2mL Inj Sol-2iiiL Pk 

Kananycin Sulfate 
SOOmg Cap 

Kanamycin Sulfate 
0.5g/2iiiL Inj Sol-2iiiL Pk 

Kanamycin Sulfate 
lg/3mL Inj Sol-3mL Pk 

Lincomycin 
SOOng Cap 

Lincomycin 
600mg/2inL Inj Sol-2mL Pk 

Neomycin Sulfate 
25rag/mL 0/L 

Neomycin Sulfate 
SOOmg Tab 

Polymyxin B Sulfate 
Inj Pd-500,000UPk 

Spectinomycin 
Inj Pd-i2g Pk 

Tobramycin Sulfate 
60mg/1.5mL Inj Sol-1.5mL Pk 

Tobramycin Sulfate 
80rag/2mL Inj Sol-2mL Pk 



Tobramycin Sulfate 
20mg/2mL Inj Sol-2nL Pk 

08:16:00 Ant it ubercular Agents 

Aminosalicylate Sodium 
SOOmg Tab 

Ethambutol HCl 
400mg Tab 



Ethambutol HCl 
lOOmg Tab 



259179 Cidonycin 
#003980 Kantrex 
#004227 Kantrex 
#004235 Kantrex 
030589 Lincocin 
030732 Lincocin 
030805 Mycifradin 
030996 Mycifradin 
004421 Aerosporin 
210196 Trobicin 
375764 Nebcin 



325449 Nebcin 
381969 Nebcin 



325457 Nebcin 



236691 Nemasol 



127965 Myambutol 
247979 Etibi 



127957 Myambutol 



ROU 



BRI 



BRI 



BRI 



UPJ 



4.0900 



1.3624 



B.8550 



15.1800 



.5285 



UPJ 



UPJ 



UPJ 



3.8500 



.0550 



.1755 



20.8000 



BWE 



11.3000 



UPJ 



LIL 



LIL 
LIL 



LIL 



ICN 



LED 
ICN 



LED 



4.8230 



5.2340 



2.5930 



1374 



.2075 



.0718 



2482 



O. Reg. 689/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6051 



08:C0 Anti-Infective Agents 



C8:16 -.00 Ant itubercular Agents 



Ethanbntol HCl 
lOOiig Tab 

Isoniazid 
300ag Tab 



247960 Etibi 



272655 Isotaaine-aOO 
310247 Isoniazid 



ICN 



ICN 
SAP 



.0718 



.0470 



Isoniazid 
lOOag Tab 



013323 RiHifon 
261270 Isotaaine-lOO 
440108 Isoniazid 



HLR 
ICN 
SAP 



.0177 



Pyrazinaaide 
500ag Tab 

Rifaapin 
300«g Cap 



2S3991 Tebrazid 



210463 RiMactane 
249483 Rifadin 
343617 Rofact 



ICN 



CIB 
MER 
ICN 



.3692 



.7233 



Rifaapin 
ISOiig Cap 



210471 Riaactane 
249475 Rifadin 
393444 Rofact 



CIB 
MER 
ICN 



.4668 



08 : 20 tCO Plasmodicides fAnt imalar ialsf 



Chloroqaine Phosphate 
250ag Tab 



021261 Novochloroqnine 
033642 Aral en 



NOP 
WIN 



.0475 



Hydroxychloroquine Sulfate 
200ag Tab 

Qainine Sulfate 
300ag Cap 



033669 Plaqnenil 



021016 >ovoquinine 
093750 Quinine 



WIN 



NOP 
Die 



.2740 



1197 



Qainine Sulfate 
200ag Cap 



021008 Novoqninine 
093742 Quinine Sulfate 



.0779 



NOP 
Die 



08:24:00 Sulfonamides 



Snlfaaethoxazole 
500ag Tab 



Salfapyridine 
500ag Tab 



.0675 



013412 Gantanol 

421480 Apo-Sulfaaethoxazole 



#155470 Salfapyridine 

163929 Dagenan 



HLR 
API 



PDA ,0981 
RPP .2 337 



2483 



6052 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 689/86 



C8:00 Ant i-Infect ive Agents 



08:24:00 Sulfoncmides 

Salfasalazine 
SOOng Ent Tab 



158526 Salazopyrin 
445126 S.A.S. Enteric 500 



PHD 
ICN 



,1144 



Salfasalazine 
SOOng Tab 



024856 Salazopyrin 
263869 S.A.S. 500 
♦598461 PMS-Sulfasalazine 



PHD 
ICN 
PMS 



.0790 



Sulf isoxazole 
100ng/^^J, 0/L 

Snlf isoxazole 
SOOmg Tab 



115487 Gantrisin 



013420 Gantrisin 
021792 Novosoxazole 
210730 Snlfisoxazole 



HLR 



HLR 
NOP 
SAP 



.0298 



.0280 



08:26:00 Sulfones 

Dapsone 
lOOag Tab 

08:32:00 Trichomonac ides 



002526 Avlosulfon 



AÏE 



,1344 



Metronidazole 
SOOmg Cap 

Metronidazole 
250ng Tab 



08:36:00 Urinary Germicides 

Methenamine Hippurate 
Ig Tab 

Methenamine Mandelate 
SOOmg Ent Tab 

Methenamine Mandelate 
lOOOmg Ent Tab 

Nalidixic Acid 
SOmg/mL 0/L 

Nalidixic Acid 
SOOmg Tab 

Nitrofurantoin 
SOmg Cap 



489891 Flagyl 



021555 Novonidazol 
025615 Flagyl 
545066 Apo-Metronidazole 
+584339 PMS-Metronidazole 



026379 Hip-Rex 



499013 Mandelamine 



499021 Mandelamine 



036250 NegGram 



033723 NegGram 



452505 Macrodantin 



RPP 



NOP 
RPP 
APX 
PMS 



RIK 



PDA 



PDA 



WIN 



WIN 



EAT 



.6719 



.0237 



.4144 



.0875 



,1340 



.0556 



.3351 



.2332 



2484 



O. Reg. 689/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6053 



OiJ' Ant i-In feet iv! Agents 



08:36:00 Urinary Cermic ides 

.Mtrofurantoin 
25ng Cap 

Mtrof arantoin 
lOOng Cap 

Nitrofnrantoin 
5Bg/«L 0/L 

Mtrofurantoin 
50mg Tab 



452491 Macrodantin 



452483 Macrodantin 



232971 Novofuran 



021563 Novofuran 
092800 .Nitrofurantoin 
319511 Apo-Nitrofurantoin 



EAT 



EAT 



NOP 



NOP 
DTC 
AFX 



,1430 



.4104 



.0150 



.0079 



Nitrofnrantoin 
lOOfflg Tab 



021571 Novofuran 
092819 Nitrofurantoin 
312738 Apo-Nitrofurantoin 



NOP 
DTC 
AFX 



.G09G 



Phenazopyridine HCl 
2a0ag Tab 



454583 Phenazo 
476722 Pyridiura 



ICN 
PDA 



,1048 



Phenazopyridine HCl 
lOOng Tab 



271489 Phenazo 
476714 Pyridiun 



ICN 
PDA 



.0629 



Pivnecillinan HCl 
200mg Tab 

08:40:00 Hi set I Igneous Ant i-In feet ives 

Snlfaaethoxazole & TriMethopria 
40Hg & Sng/mL 0/L 



Sulfamethoxazole & Triaethoprin 
SOOng & 160mg Tab 



Sulfamethoxazole & Trimethoprim 
400mg & SOmg Tab 



Trimethoprim 
200mg Tab 



«657212 Selexid 



270644 Septra 

272485 Bactrim Sugar Free 



368040 Septra DS 
371823 Bactrim-DS 
445282 Apo-Sulfatrim-DS 
510645 Novotrimel DS 
516767 Sulfamethoxazole & 
Trimethoprim 

270636 Septra 
272469 Bactrim 
445274 Apo-Sulfatrim 
510637 Novotrimel 
516759 Sulfamethoxazole & 
Trimethoprim 

♦677590 Proloprim 



LEO 



BWE 
ULR 



BWE 
HLR 

APX 

NOP 
DTC 



BWE 
HLR 
APX 
NOP 

DTC 



BWE 



.5000 



.0300 



,1000 



.0635 



.4000 



2485 



6054 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 689/86 



C8:00 Ant i-Infect ive Agents 



08:40t00 Hisce I Igneous Ant i-lnfect ivts 

Trimethoprin 
lOOng Tab 

TrinethopriB S Sulfadiazine 
90Bg & 410ng Tab 



675229 Proloprin 
478717 Coptin 



BWE 



JOU 



.1870 



.3638 



10:00 Ant ineoplast xc Agents 



Amethopterin 
2.5mg Tab 

Amethopterin (Sodinn) 
50rag/2mL Inj Sol-2nL Pk 

Amethopterin (Sodinm) 
5mg/2mL Inj Sol-2mL Pk 

Aminoglutethiraide 
250mg Tab 

Azathioprine 
SOmg Tab 

Bleomycin Sulfate 
Inj'Pd-15U Pk 

Busulfan 
2mg Tab 

Carmustine (BCNU) 
Inj Pd-lOOng Pk 

Chlorambucil 
2mg Tab 

Cyclophosphamide 
Inj Pd-lOOOmg Pk 

Cyclophosphamide 
Inj Pd-200mg Pk 



Cyclophosphamide 
Inj Pd-500mg Pk 

Cyclophosphamide 

50rag Tab 



Cyclophosphamide 
25mg Tab 



Cyproterone Acetate 
SOfflg Tab 

Cytarabine 

Inj Pd-lOOmg Pk 

Cytarabine 

Inj Pd-500mg Pk 



,3750 



014915 Methotrexate 
321397 Methotrexate 
321400 Methotrexate 
587729 Cytadren 
004596 Imuran 
2S84S2 Blenoxane 
004618 Myleran 
297763 BiCNU 
004626 Leukeran 
013552 Procytox 



013544 Procytox 
344907 Cytoxan 



344915 Cytoxan 



013749 Procytox 
344885 Cytoxan 



262676 Procytox 
344877 Cytoxan 



♦704431 Androcur 

386715 Cytosar 

194727 Cytosar 
2486 



LED 



10.7500 



LED 



LED 



GIB 



BWE 



6.2500 



,7730 



.5880 



121.5000 



BRI 



.8800 



BWE 



36.5000 



BRI 



BWE 



.8800 



10.8500 



HOR 



HOR 
BRI 



BRI 



HOR 
BRI 



HOR 
BRI 



BER 



UPJ 



4.3600 



5.4500 



.3380 



.2510 



1.6250 



7.0000 



11 



31.5000 



O. Reg. 689/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6055 



iO:CO Ant ineoplast ic Agents 



Dacarbazine 

Inj Pd-20(hig Pk 

Dactinoaycin 

Inj Pd-0.5»g Pk 

Daunornbicin 
Inj Pd-2(hig Pk 

Dihydroxybnsnlfan 
25(hBg Cap 

Doxornbicin RCl 
Inj Pd-lOng Pk 

Doxornbicin HCl 
Inj Pd-50ag Pk 

Estraaustine Phosphate Disodii 
140Hg Cap 

Flooroaracil 
500iig/10aL Inj So1-10hL Pk 



Flutaaide 
250Hg Tab 

L- Asparaginase 

Inj Pd-lO.OOOIUPk 

Lenprolide Acetate 
Sag/aL Inj Sol-2.8aL Pk 

Loanstine (CCNU) 
40ag Cap 

Loaustine (CCNU) 
lOOag Cap 

LoBBstine (CCNU) 
lOag Cap 

Mechlorethanine HCl 
laj Pd-lOag Pk 

Megestrol Acetate 
40ag Tab 

Melphalan 
2ag Tab 

Mercaptopurine 
SOag Tab 



13.9667 



521183 DTIC 



213071 Cosaegen 



163899 Cernbidine 



#452122 Treosnlfan 



357391 Adriaaycin 



353078 Adriaaycin 



461830 Eacyt 



012882 Flnorooracil 
428493 Adrucil 



♦637726 Enflex 
285463 Kidrolase 

«642932 Lnpron 
360422 CeeNU 
360414 CeeMU 
360430 CeeNU 
016063 Mnstargea 
386391 Megace 
004715 Alkeran 
004723 Parinethol 



MIT 



6.3700 



MSD 



59.7500 



RPP 



.7040 



LEO 



31.9500 



ADI 



152.3500 



ADI 



HLR 



HLR 
ADI 



SCH 



2.2500 



2.0800 



1.5756 



90.1000 



RPP 



140.0000 



ABB 



BRI 



BRI 



BRI 



MSD 



BRI 



BWE 



BWE 



5.0000 



8.2550 



3.0800 



5.5500 



.8170 



.9840 



1.2800 



2487 



6056 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 689/86 



10:00 Ant ineoplast ic Agents 



Methotrexate Sodium 
20ing/2»iL Inj Sol-2nL Pk 

Mntamycin 

Inj Pd-5mg Pk 

Procarbazine HCl 
SOng Cap 

Streptozocin 
Inj Pd-lg Pk 

Tamoxifen Citrate 
20mg Tab 

Tamoxifen Citrate 
lOmg Tab 

Thio-Tepa 

Inj Pd-15mg Pk 

Thioguanine 
40rag Tab 

Vinblastine Sulfate 
Inj Pd-lOng Pk 

Vincristine Sulfate 
Img/fflL Inj Sol 



12.5000 



♦614335 Methotrexate Sodii 

381799 Mitomycin 

012750 Natulan 
■^622141 Zanosar 
♦638706 Nolvadex 

419052 Nolvadex 

237035 Thio-Tepa 

282081 Lanvis 



015431 Velbe 



611182 Oncovin 



HOR 



60.6000 



BRI 



.2933 



HLR 



25.0000 



UPJ 



ICI 



ICI 



2.41G7 



1.2712 



11.0000 



LED 



2.7040 



BWE 



37.7600 



LIL 



28.S200 



LIL 



2488 



O. Reg. 689/86 

12:C0 Autonomic Agents 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6057 



12:C4:C0 Parasymtathomimtt ic IÇhol intrgic t Agents 



Bethanecfaol Chloride 
5mg/mL Inj Sol-laii Pk 

Bethanechol Chloride 
5(hig Tab 

Bethanechol Cbloride 
2S«g Tab 



Bethanechol Chloride 
IChig Tab 

Carbachol 
0.25ag/aL Inj So1-1mL Pk 

Carbachol 
2Hg Tab 

Edrophonim Chloride 
lOoiig/lOid. Inj Sol-IOnL Pk 

NeostigHine Broaide 
ISag Tab 

Neostigmine Methylsolfate 
0.5ag/aL Inj Sol-laL Pk 

PyridostigHine Broaide 
18(hig LA Tab 

Pyridostigaine Bromide 
eOmg Tab 



349747 Irecholine 



4S30I3 Dnvoid 



349739 I'recholiae 
45300S Du void 



349720 Irecholine 
452998 Davoid 



341622 Carbachol 
003212 Carbachol 
013064 Tensilon 
013382 Prostigmia 
012955 Prostignia 
035890 Mestinon 
013404 Mestinon 



FRS 



EAT 



FRS 
EAT 



FRS 
EAT 



AHA 



AEA 



HLR 



HLR 



HLR 



HLR 



HLR 



2.3650 



.5365 



.3315 



.2072 



3.2704 



.3007 



9.4584 



.1058 



.6496 



.2610 



.1103 



12:08:00 Parasyrtifat holyt ic IChol intrgic Blocking» Agents 



Atropine Sulfate 
0.6mg/mL Inj Sol-lmL Pk 



012076 Atropine 
# 535699 Atropine Sulfate 



GLA .4547 
SQU .3024 



Atropine Sulfate 
0.4ag/mL Inj Sol-lmL Pk 



061697 Atropine 

#535680 Atropine Sulfate 



GLA 

SQU 



.4547 
,2968 



Beaztropiae Mesylate 
aig/2id. laj Sol-2id. Pk 



016128 Cogeatin 



3.8005 



MSD 



2489 



6058 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 689/86 



i2:00 Autonomic Agents 



12:08:00 Parasympatholytic fChol inergic Blockinzf Agents 



Benztropine Mesylate 
2mg Tab 



Dicyclomine HCl 
lOmg Cap 



Dicyclomine HCl 
20mg/2mL Inj Sol-2mL Pk 

Dicyclomine UCl 

2mg/raL 0/L 

Dicyclomine HCl 
20mg Tab 

Ethopropazine HCl 
SOmg Tab 

Glycopyrrolate 
0.2ng/mL Inj Sol-lmL Pk 

Glycopyrrolate 
2mg Tab 

Glycopyrrolate 
Img Tab 

Hyoscyamine Sulfate 
0.125mg/mL 0/L 

Hyoscine Butylbromide 
20mg/mL Inj Sol-lmL Pk 

Hyoscine Bntylbromide 
lOfflg Sup 

Hyoscine Butylbromide 
lOmg Tab 

Hyoscyamine Sulfate 
0.125mg SL Tab 

Orphenadrine Citrate 
60mg/2mL Inj Sol-2mL Pk 

Orphenadrine Citrate 
lOOmg Tab 

Orphenadrine HCl 
SOmg Tab 



016357 Cogentin 
426857 Apo-Benztropine 
4280S6 Bensylate 



018007 Bentylol 
361933 Formulex 



133965 Bentylol 
01S023 Bentylol 
282529 Bentylol 
025550 Parsitan 
026425 Robinul 
026522 Robinul Forte 
026514 Robinul 
#608807 Levsin 
363839 Buscopan 
363S20 Buscopan 
363812 Buscopan 
608777 Levsin 
171468 Norflex 
171476 Norflex 
026387 Disipal 



MSD 
APX 
ICN 



MER 
ICN 



MER 



MER 



MER 



RPP 



ROB 



ROB 



ROB 



ROR 



BOE 



BOE 



BOE 



ROR 



RIK 



.0067 



.0245 



4.2388 



.0439 



,1451 



,1383 



1.433S 



,1456 



.0805 



.4723 



2.G264 



1.17S0 



,1534 



.1159 



5.9827 



. 4928 
RIK J 



.3354 



RIK 



2490 



O. Reg. 689/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6059 



12:00 Autonomie Agents 



12:08:00 Parasymtat ko lyt ic IChol intrgi : Blockingl Agents 

548332 Ditropaa 



OxybntyDin Chloride 
iBg/aL 0/L 



Oxybutynin Chloride 
Sag Tab 

Procyclidine HCl 

0.5Bg/»L 0/L 



Procyclidine HCl 
5mg Tab 



Propantheline Bromide 
15ng Tab 



Propantheline Broaide 
7. Sag Tab 

Scopolanine 
l.Sag Transderm Syst 

Trihexyphenidyl HCl 
0.4Bg/BL 0/L 

Trihexyphenidyl HCl 
5mg Tab 



Trihexyphenidyl HCl 
2Mg Tab 



530921 Ditropmn 



004405 Keaadrin 
485012 Procyclid 



004758 Keaadrin 
306290 Procvclid 



028592 Pro-Banthine 
294837 Propanthel 

028584 Pro-BanthiBe 

623547 Transdeni-V 

014656 Artane 



015059 Artane 
021938 Novohexidyl 
271314 Aparkane 
545074 Apo-Trihex 



015040 Artane 
021911 Novohexidyl 
280445 Aparkane 
545058 Apo-Trihex 



12:12:00 Sympathomimet ic (Adrenergic f Agents 

Ephedrine HCl 
30Hg Tab 

Epinephrine 

Aero Sol-15«iL Pk 

Epinephrine Bitartrate 
Aero Susp-15BL Pk 

Epinephrine HCl 
SOng/BOnL Inj So1-30bL Pk 



304069 Ephedrine 
282286 Bronkaid Mistometer 
026271 Medihaler-Epi 
155357 Adrenalin 



EAT 



EAT 



BWE 

ICN 



EWE 
ICN 



SEA 
ICN 



SEA 



CIB 



LED 



LED 
NOP 
ICN 
API 



LED 
NOT 
ICN 
API 



AHA 



WIN 



.0630 



.2805 



.0162 



.0226 



.0225 



.1366 



1.3944 



.0208 



.0092 



.0072 



.1637 



9.5500 



13.0480 



RIK 



PDA 



7.4256 



2491 



6060 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 689/86 



12:C0 Autonomic Agents 



12:12:00 Sympathomimet ic ^ Adrenergic > Agents 

Epinephrine HCl (Racemic) 
2.25% Inh Sol 30mL Pk 

Fenoterol HBr 

Inh Pd-200dosePk 

Fenoterol HBr 
O.IZ Inh S0I-2O111L Pk 



Fenoterol HBr 
2.5m2 Tab 



480363 Vaponefrin 



371807 Berotec 



541389 Berotec 



454796 Berotec 



ROR 



18.0660 



9.3000 



BOE 



10.4000 



BOE 



BOE 



.1625 



Ipratropium Bromide 
Inh 200 dose Pk 

Isoproterenol HCl 
Aero Sol-15mL Pk 

Isoproterenol HCl 
0.57. Inh Sol-lOmL Pk 

Isoproterenol HCl 
lOmg SL Tab 

Isoproterenol Sulfate 
Aero Susp-15raL Pk 

Orciprenaline Sulfate 
Inh Pd-300dosePk 

Orciprenaline Sulfate 
5% Inh Sol-lOmL Pk 

Orciprenaline Sulfate 
2fflg/mL 0/L 

Orciprenaline Sulfate 
2Gmg Tab 

Pseudoephedrine HCl 

6mg/mL 0/L 



11.1000 



576158 Atrovent 

033219 Isuprel Mistometer 

033227 Isuprel 

033820 Isuprel 

026301 Medihaler-Iso 

254134 Alupent 

003859 Alupent 

249920 Alupent 

003891 Alupent 



004561 Sudafed 
425516 Robidrine 



BOE 



WIN 



WIN 



WIN 



9.3495 



5.0500 



1300 



11.S500 



RIK 



BOE 



BOE 



BOE 



BOE 



BWE 
ROB 



9.0000 



6.5000 



.0416 



.1690 



,0150 



Pseudoephedrine HCl 
60mg Tab 



Salbutamol 
400mcg/Cart Inh Pd 

Salbutamol 
200ncg/Cart Inh Pd 



004766 Sudafed 
342726 Robidrine 



622079 Ventolin Rotacaps 



622060 Ventolin Rotacaps 



BWE 
ROB 



AHA 



AHA 



.0555 



.1810 



.1280 



2492 



O. Reg. 689/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6061 



12:C0 Autonomic Agents 



12:12:00 Sympathomimetic I Adrenergic I Agtnts 

S»lbat»HoI 
Sag/aL IbIi Sol-lOmL Pk 334227 Ventolia 

Salbntaaol 

IbIi-200 dose Pk 303569 Veatolia 

Salbotanol 
2.5Mg/5BL Inj Sol 602922 Veatolia 



Salbataaol 
0.25Mg/5HL Inj Sol 

Salbntaaol 
4Bg Tab 



Salbntaaol 
2«g Tab 



Terbvtaline Sulfate 
IbIi 200 dose Pk 

Terbntaline Smlfate 
Sag Tab 

lerbataliae Salfate 
2. Sag Tab 



602914 Ventolia 



332267 Ventolin 
♦620963 Novosslaol 



361135 Ventolin 
'»620955 >'oTosalaol 



444774 Bricsnyl Spacer 



33S363 Bricaoyl 
33S3SS Br i cany 1 



AHA 



AHA 



AHA 



AHA 



AHA 
NOP 



AHA 
NOP 



6.7000 



9.50G0 



.aiGO 



.7700 



.0880 



.0528 



10.4500 



AST 



AST 



AST 



.1610 



.1230 



12:16:00 Sympatkolyt ic /Adrenergic Blocking/ Agents 

176214 Cafergot-PB 



Ergotaaine à Pentobarbital Coapoand 
Snp 



Ergotaaine à Pentobarbital Coapoand 
Tab 

Ergotaaine Tartrate 
2ag SL Tab 

Ergotaaine Tartrate 
lag Tab 

Ergotaaine Tartrate & Caffeine 
lag & lOOag Tab 

Methysergide Biaaleate 
2ag Tab 

Pizotyline 
lag Tab 



176222 Cafergot-PB 
328952 Ergoaar 
027405 Gynergea 
176095 Caf ergot 
027499 Sansert 
511552 Sandoaigran DS 



SAN 



SAN 



FIS 



SA.N 



SAN 



SAN 



SAN 



1.5470 



.4420 



.5008 



.3820 



.3820 



.4580 



.4090 



2493 



6062 



12:00 Autonomie Agents 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 689/86 



12:16:00 Sympat kolyt i c (Adrenergic Blocking) Agents 

329320 Sandomigran 



Pizotyline 
O.Smg Tab 



12:20:00 Skeletal NuscU Relaxants 

Baclofen 
20mg Tab 

Baclofen 
lOmg Tab 

Cyclobenzaprine HCl 
lOmg Tab 

Dantrolene Sodium 
25ng Cap 

Dantrolene Sodium 
lOOmg Cap 



♦636576 Lioresal DS 



455881 Lioresal 



417300 Flexeril 



452513 Dantrium 



452521 Dantrium 



SAN 



CEI 



CEI 



MSD 



EAT 



EAT 



.2470 



.7150 



.3460 



.4237 



.2524 



.5140 



16:00 Blood Der ivat ives 



Immune Hunan Serum Globulin 
16.5% Inj Sol-lOmL Pk 

lamnne Human Sernn Globnlin 
16.57. Inj Sol-2mL Pk 

Immune Human Serum Globulin 
16.5% Inj Sol-5mL Pk 

Tetanus Immune Human Globulii 
Inj Sol-250U Pk 



990515 Immune Human Serum Globul CNG 



075280 Immune Human Serum Globul CNG 



990523 Immune Human Serum Globul CNG 



074942 Tetanus Immune Human Glob CNG 



9.8600 



3.1900 



5.5100 



2.7800 



2494 



O. Reg. 689/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6063 



2C:CC Blood Formation and Coagulation 



20:04:00 Ant ianemia Drugs 

* Ferrons Fmnarate <OTC) 
300ng Cap 30 Pk 

Ferrous Funarate 
BOng/nL 0/L 

* Ferrous Fumarate <OTC) 
200Bg Tab 100 Pk 



Ferrous Funarate (Pediatric) 
60ng/mL 0/L 

* Ferrous Gluconate (OTC) 
SOOmg Tab 100 Pk 



[Ferrous Succinate (QIC) 
lOOag Tab 30 Pk 

* Ferrous Sulfate (OTC) 
300ng Ent Tab 100 Pk 

Ferrous Sulfate 

125mg/mL 0/L 

Iron Dextran 
100mg/2nL Inj Sol-2inL Pk 



«446483 Palafer 



437018 Palafer 



#012238 Fersanal 
021431 Novofnnar 
094706 Ferrous Funarate 



BEE 



BEE 



GLA 
NOP 
DTC 



590630 Palafer Pediatric Drops BEE 



021458 Movoferrogluc 
031097 Ferrous Gluconate 
033650 Fergon 
►041157 Ferrous Gluconate 
094714 Ferrous Gluconate 
545031 Apo-Ferrous Gluconate 



677981 Cerevon 



232998 Novoferrosulfa 
520810 Apo-Ferrous Sulfate 



017841 Fer-in-Sol 



8.7000 



.0690 



1 . 7500 



.1085 



1 . 7000 



009598 Inferon 



NOP 
¥AM 
WIN 
LEA 
DTC 
APX 



BWE 



NOP 

APX 



MJO 



FIS 



6 . 9000 



1 . 7000 



1413 



2.3990 



20:12:00 Coagulant s and Ant i-Coagul ant s 

Heparin Calcium 
25,000IU/mL Inj Sol-O.SnL Pk 

Heparin Sodium 
lO.OOOLSP L/lOmL Inj Sol-lOmL Pk 

Heparin Sodium 
lO.OOOLSP U/lOnL Inj Sol-lOmL Pk 

Heparin Sodium 
25,000LSP L/mL Inj Sol-2nL Pk 

Heparin Sodium 
50,0P0USP l/5nL Inj Sol-5nL Pk 



562122 Calcilean 
304042 Heparin 
562262 Hepalean 
-►562289 Hepalean 
304050 Heparin 



ORG S.9664 



AHA 1.7250 



ORG 2.7664 



ORG 11.6312 



AHA 4.3120 



2495 



6064 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



20:00 Blood Format ion and Coagulât ion 



O. Reg. 689/86 



20'.l2i00 Coagulants and Ant i-Coagulants 

Heparin Sodiim 
SO.OOOUSP U/5mL Inj Sol-5mL Pk 

Niconnalone 
4mg Tab 

Nicoumalone 
Irag Tab 

Warfarin 
lOmg Tab 

Warfarin 
5rag Tab 

Warfarin 
5ng Tab 

Warfarin 
5ng Tab 

Warfarin 
2.5iiig Tab 



562270 Hepalean 
010391 Sintroa 
010383 Sintron 
585637 Coumadin 
010308 Warfilone 
026174 AthroMbin-K 
585629 Coumadin 
585645 Coumadin 



ORG 4.9056 



GEI .2950 



GEI .0940 



DIP .3115 



FRS .1334 



PFR .0770 



DUP .1705 



DUP .1560 



2496 



O. Reg. 689/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6065 



24:QC Cardiovascular Drugs 



24:04:00 Cardiac Drugs 

Digoxin 
O.OSag/HL IBJ So1-1mL Pk 

Digoxin 
0.50iig/2id, Inj Sol-2aL Pk 

Digoxin 
O.OSag/mL 0/L 

Digoxin 
0.25«g Tab 

Digoxin 
0.125mg Tab 

Diltiazea HCl 
eOng Tab 

Diltiazem HCl 
3(hig Tab 

Disopyraaide 
ISOng Cap 



Disopyramide 
lOOag Cap 



Disopyraaide 
250Hg LA Tab 

Disopyraaide 
ISOmg LA Tab 

Labetalol HCl 
200mg Tab 

Labetalol HCl 
lOOag Tab 

Metoprolol Tartrate 
200ag LA Tab 

Metoprolol Tartrate 
200ag LA Tab 

Metoprolol Tartrate 
lOOfflg LA Tab 

Metoprolol Tartrate 
50ag Tab 



004456 Lanoxia 



004464 Lanoxin 



242713 Lanoxin 



004685 Lanoxin 



035319 Lanoxin 



587761 Cardizea 



587753 Cardizea 



396389 Norpace 
439363 Rythaodan 



382876 Rythaodan 
396370 Norpace 



619760 Rythaodan L.A. 
584231 Norpace CR 
603643 Trandate 
603651 Trandate 
497827 Betaloc Durules 
534560 Lopresor SR 
♦658855 Lopresor SR 
397423 Lopresor 



BWE 2.2200 

BWE 2.2200 

BWE . 1070 

BWE .0550 

BWE .0550 

.4507 
NRD 



NRD 



SEA 
ROU 



ROU 
SEA 



ROU 



SEA 



AHA 



AHA 



.2569 



.2500 



1770 



.5215 



.3825 



.2970 



.1580 



AST .518G 
CEI .4270 

CEI .2500 

.0970 
CEI 



2497 



6066 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 689/86 



24:00 Cardi avascular Drugs 



24x04 1 00 Cardiac Drugs 

Metoprolol Tartrate 
SOmg Tab 



Metoprolol Tartrate 
lOOmg Tab 



Mexiletine HCl 
200mg Cap 

Mexiletine HCl 
lOOmg Cap 

Nadolol 
80ng Tab 

Nadolol 
40mg Tab 

Nadolol 
160mg Tab 

Nifedipine 
lOag Cap 

Pindolol 
5mg Tab 

Pindolol 
15mg Tab 

Pindolol 
lOng Tab 

Procainamide HCl 
SOOmg Cap 

Procainamide HCl 
375mg Cap 

Procainamide HCl 
250mg Cap 

Procainamide HCl 
lOOmg/lOmL Inj Sol-lOmL Pk 

Procainamide HCl 
750mg LA Tab 



402605 Betaloc 
618632 Apo-Metoprolol 
♦648035 Novonetoprol 



397431 Lopresor 
402540 Betaloc 
618640 Apo-Metoprolol 
♦648043 Novometoprol 



♦599964 Mexitil 
+599956 Mexitil 
463256 Corgard 
607126 Corgard 
523372 Corgard 
557633 Adalat 
417270 Visken 
417289 Visken 
443174 Visken 
353523 Pronestyl 
296031 Pronestyl 
029076 Pronestyl 
029181 Pronestyl 
+638684 Procan SR 



AST 
APX 
NOP 



CEI 
AST 
APX 
NOP 



BOE 
BOE 
SQU 
SQU 
SOU 
MIT 
SAN 
SAN 
SAN 
SQU 
SQU 
SQU 



.0970 



1780 



.4780 



.3570 



.5100 



.3415 



.9110 



.3851 



.3070 



.7580 



.5230 



.3440 



.2585 



, 172S 



7.6000 



SQU 

PDA .4501 



2498 



O. Reg. 689/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6067 



24:00 Cardiovascular Drugs 



24:04:00 Cardiac Dru^s 

Procainamide HCl 
SOOag LA Tab 

Procainanide HCl 
SOOag LA Tab 

Procainamide HCl 
2S(hig LA Tab 

Propranolol 
leOag LA Cap 

Propranolol 
120ng LA Cap 

Propranolol 
Soiig LA Cap 

Propranolol 
SOmg Tab 



Propranolol 
40ag Tab 



Propranolol 
20Hg Tab 



Propranolol 
120ng Tab 



Propranolol 
lOag Tab 



Qninidine Bisulfate 
250mg Tab 



♦638676 Procan SR 



♦639885 Pronestyl SR 



♦638692 Procan SR 



511668 Inderal L.A. 



587931 Inderal L.A. 



566950 Inderal L.A. 



313602 Inderal 
402761 Apo-Propranolol 
496502 Novopranol 
523380 Propranolol 
582271 PMS-Propranolol 



002666 Inderal 
402753 Apo-Propranolol 
496499 Novopranol 
523399 Propranolol 
582263 PMS-Propranolol 



489859 Inderal -20 
♦663719 Apo-Propranolol 



456578 Inderal 
504335 Apo-Propranolol 
549657 >ovopranol 
582298 PMS-Propranolol 



002658 Inderal 
40278S Apo-Propranolol 
496480 Novopranol 
523402 Propranolol 
582255 PMS-Propranolol 



249580 Biqnin Duroles 



PDA 

SQU 
PDA 
ATE 

AÏE 
AÏE 



AYE 
API 
NCM» 
Die 
PMS 



AÎE 
APX 
N(H> 
DTC 
PMS 



AYE 
APX 



AYE 
APX 
N(H> 
PMS 



AYE 
APX 
N(H» 
DTC 
PMS 



AST 



.3333 

.3450 

.1818 
.7896 

.6270 

.4408 

.0560 



.0332 



.0275 



.1120 



.0184 



.3164 



2499 



6068 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 689/86 



24:00 Cardiovascular Drugs 



24:04:00 Cardiac Drugs 

Quinidine Gluconate 
324ing LA Tab 

Quinidine Gluconate 
325ing Tab 

Quinidine Polygalactoronate 
275mg Tab 

Quinidine Sulfate 
300mg LA Tab 

Quinidine Sulfate 
200ing Tab 



Sotalol HCl 
160mg Tab 

Timolol Maleate 
5mg Tab 

Timolol Maleate 
20ng Tab 

Timolol Maleate 
lOng Tab 

Verapamil HCl 
120mg Tab 

Verapamil HCl 
80mg Tab 

24:06:00 Ant H ipemic Drugs 

Cholestyramine Resin 
440mg/g Oral Pd-378g Pk 

Cholestyramine Resin 
440mg/g Oral Pd 9g Pouch Pk 

Clof ibrate 
SOOmg Cap 



704644 Quinaglate-Dnratabs 
311731 Qainate 
026131 Cardioquin 
346837 Quinidex Extentabs 



003611 Quinidine 

004782 Quinidine 

021733 Novoquinidine 

023868 Quinidine 

026883 Quinidine 

094412 Quinidine 

441740 Apo-Quinidine Sulfate 



«483923 Sotacor 
353914 Blocadren 
495611 Blocadren 
353922 Blocadren 
554324 Isoptin 
554316 Isoptin 

634093 Questran 
464880 Questran 



002038 Atromid-S 
337382 Novofibrate 
409472 Claripex 



BER 



ROG 



PFR 



ROB 



AHA 
BWE 
NOP 
PDA 
ROG 
DTC 
APX 



BRI 



FRS 



FRS 



FRS 



SEA 



SEA 



.5765 



.2960 



.3600 



.3000 



.0539 



.7350 



,1789 



.5763 



.2941 



.5870 



.3845 



22.9446 



BRI 



BRI 



AÏE 
NOP 
ICN 



.7353 



.0312 



2500 



o. Reg. 689/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6069 



24:00 Cardiovascular Drugs 



24:06:00 Ant i I ipemic Drugs 

Colestipol HCl 
Gran 

Gefflf ibrozil 
300Bg Cap 

SodiuiB Dextrothyroxine 
4mg Tab 

Sodim Dextrothyroxine 
2jig Tab 



♦642975 Colestid 



♦599026 Lop id 



009636 Choi ox in 



273015 Choloxin 



CPJ 



PDA 



FLI 



FLI 



.6000 



.3073 



.5615 



.4800 



24:08:00 Hypotensivt Drugs (For Diuretics Set 40:281 



Aailoride HCl S Hydrochlorothiazide 

5mg & SOfflg Tab 

Atenolol 
SOng Tab 

Atenolol 
lOOag Tab 

Captopril 
lOOag Tab 

Captopril 
50mg Tab 

Captopr i 1 
25Bg Tab 

Chlorthal idone 
SOag Tab 



Chlorthalidone 
lOOag Tab 



487813 Modnret 



520683 Tenormin 



486833 Tenormia 



MSD 



ICI 



ICI 



546305 


Capoten 


SQU 


546291 


Capoten 


SQU 


546283 


Capoten 


SQU 


010413 
298964 
337447 
360279 
398365 


Hygroton 

Uridon 

Novothal idone 

Apo-Chlorthalidone 

Chlorthalidone 


CEI 
ICN 
NOP 
APX 
DTC 


010421 
293881 
337455 
360287 
39S373 


Hygroton 

Uridon 

.Novothal idone 

Apo-Chlorthalidone 

Chlorthalidone 


CEI 
ICN 
NOP 
APX 
DTC 



.2641 



.4018 



.6554 



1.3830 



.7435 



.3995 



.0187 



.0305 



Clonidine HCl 
0.2ng Tab 

Clonidine HCl 
O.lag Tab 



291889 Catapres 
259527 Catapres 



60E 



BOE 



.3430 



.1920 



2501 



6070 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 689/86 



24:00 Cardiovascular Drugs 



24:08:00 Hvtiot ensive Drugs (For Diuretics See 40'.28> 



Debrisoquine Sulfate 
lOng Tab 

Diazoxide 
300ing/20iaL Inj Sol-20mL Pk 

Ethacrynic Acid 
50mg Tab 

Furosemide 
20mg/2iiiL Inj Sol-2mL Pk 



255432 Declinax 
269271 Hyperstat 
016497 Edecrin 



217743 Lasix 
#467766 Uritol 



,1070 



HLR 



35.1300 



SCH 



MSD 



HOE 
HOR 



.2274 



.8800 



Faroseraide 
lOng/raL 0/L 

Furosemide 
40ing Tab 



432342 Lasix 



HOE 



Furosemide 
20mg Tab 



Guanethidine Monosulfate 
25mg Tab 

Guanethidine Monosulfate 
lOmg Tab 



Hydralazine UCl 
20ng/mL Inj Sol-lmL Pk 

Hydralazine HCl 
50rag Tab 

Hydralazine HCl 
25fflg Tab 

Hydralazine HCl 
lOmg Tab 

Hydrochlorothiazide 
50mg Tab 



005274 Apresoline 



005541 Apresoline 



005533 Apresoline 



005525 Apresoline 



#005576 Esidrix 



.1508 



.0067 



012580 


Lasix 


HOE 


332275 


Furoside 


ICN 


337749 


Novosemide 


NOP 


344079 


Uritol 


HOR 


362166 


Apo- Furosemide 


APX 


396249 


Furosemide 


DTC 


289590 


Lasix 


HOE 


337730 


Novosemide 


NOP 


353612 


Furoside 


ICN 


396788 


Apo-Furosemide 


APX 


489131 


Furosemide 


DTC 


005517 


Ismelin 


CIB 


396753 


Apo-Guanethidine 


APX 


005509 


Ismelin 


CIB 


396745 


Apo-Guanethidine 


APX 



.0048 



CIB 



CIB 



CIB 



CIB 



CIB 



.0759 



.0397 



3.0520 



.2720 



.1740 



1010 îl 



.0040 



2502 



O. Reg. 689/86 

24:00 Cardio-cascuiar Drugs 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6071 



24:08:00 Hyfotensive Drugs IFor Diuretics See 4C:28f 



Hydrochlorothiazide 
,jl SOag Tab 



Hydrochlorothiazide 

25Mg Tab 



.0040 



016519 HydroDIlRIL MSD 

021482 Novohydrazide .NOP 

092703 Hydrochlorothiazide DTC 

209S21 Hydrochlorothiazide SAP 

263907 li-ozide ICN 

312S00 Apo-Hydrochlorothiazide APX 



#005568 Esidrix CIB 

016500 HydroDIlRIL MSD 

021474 .>ovohydrazide NOP 

092681 Hydrochlorothiazide DTC 

263893 Irozide ICN 

326844 Apo-Hydrochlorothiazide APX 



.0033 



Hydrochlorothiazide & Spironolactone 
SOag i SOng Tab 

Hydrochlorothiazide ft Spironolactone 
25ag ft 25Mg Tab 



Hydrochlorothiazide ft Triaaterene 
25ag ft 50ag Tab 



594377 Aldactazide-50 



180408 Aldactazide 
613231 Novo-Spirozine 



181528 Dyazide 
441775 Apo-Triazide 
532657 .Novotriaazide 



SEA 



SEA 
NOP 



SKF 
APX 
NOP 



.2502 



.0919 



.0317 



Indapaaide 
2. sag Tab 

Ubetalol HCI 
200iig Tab 

Ubetalol HCI 
lOOiig Tab 

Methyl dopa 
SOoiig Tab 



Methyldopa 
250ag Tab 



Methyldopa 
125ag Tab 



564966 Lozide 



603643 Trandate 



603651 Trandate 



SEV 



AHA 



AHA 



.3280 



■ 2970 



1680 



.0946 



016586 Aldoaet 


SISD 


337498 Novoaedopa 


NOP 


353639 Dopaaet 


ICN 


426830 Apo-Methyldopa 


APX 


456020 .Methyldopa 


DTC 


016578 Aldoaet 


MSD 


250392 Dopanet 


ICN 


337471 Novoaedopa 


NOP 


360260 Apo-.Methyldopa 


APX 


456004 Methyldopa 


DTC 



.0473 



.0280 



016551 Aldoaet 



MSD 



2503 



6072 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 689/86 



24:00 Cardiovascular Drugs 



24x08:00 Hypotensive Drugs (For Diuret ics See 40:28t 



Methyldopa 
125iig Tab 



Methyldopa & Hydrochlorothiazide 
250ing & 25mg Tab 



Methyldopa & Hydrochlorothiazide 
250fflg &. 15ng Tab 



Metolazone 
lOmg Tab 

Metolazone 
Sag Tab 

Metolazone 
2.5mg Tab 

Metoprolol Tartrate 
200iiig LA Tab 

Metoprolol Tartrate 
200iiig LA Tab 

Metoprolol Tartrate 
lOOmg LA Tab 

Metoprolol Tartrate 
50mg Tab 



Metoprolol Tartrate 
lOOng Tab 



Minoxidil 
lOmg Tab 



337463 Novoaedopa 
353620 Dopanet 
360252 Apo-Methyldopa 
456012 Methyldopa 



140597 Aldoril-25 
363634 >ovodoparil-25 
#403490 Dopazide-25 
441716 Apo-Methazide-25 
584975 PMS-Dopazide-25 



140589 Aldoril-15 
363642 Novodoparil-15 
#403482 Dopazide-15 
441708 Apo-Methazide-15 
584967 PMS-Dopazide-15 



301671 Zaroxolyn 
301698 Zaroxolyn 
301663 Zaroxolyn 
497827 Betaloc Durules 
534560 Lopresor SR 



NOP 
ICN 
APX 
DTC 



MSD 
NOP 
ICN 
APX 
PMS 



MSD 
NOP 
ICN 
APX 
PMS 



PWC 



PWC 



PWC 



.0280 



.0619 



.0599 



1765 



,1341 



,1024 



AST .5186 



GEI 



.4270 



+658855 


Lopresor SR 


GEI 


.2500 
.0970 


397423 


Lopresor 


CEI 




402605 


Betaloc 


AST 




618632 


Apo-Metoprolol 


APX 




♦648035 


Novometoprol 


NOP 


.1780 


397431 


Lopresor 


GEI 




402540 


Betaloc 


AST 




618640 


Apo-Metoprolol 


APX 




♦648043 


Novometoprol 


NOP 





.4630 



514500 Loniten 



UPJ 



2504 



O. Reg. 689/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6073 



24:,CQ Cardiovascular Drugs 



24:08:00 Hyfsotensive Druas /For Diuret ics See 40:281 



Minoxidil 
2.5iig Tab 

Nadolol 
80mg Tab 

Nadolol 
40ng Tab 

Nadolol 
leOag Tab 

Oxprenolol HCl 
80ng LA Tab 

Oxprenolol HCl 
leOng LA Tab 

Oxprenolol HCl 
80mg Tab 

Oxprenolol HCl 
40Hg Tab 

Oxprenolol HCl 
20ng Tab 

Pindolol 
5ng Tab 

Pindolol 
15ng Tab 

Pindolol 
lOng Tab 

Pindolol 2 Hj'drochlorothiazide 
lOng & 50mg Tab 

Pindolol & Hydrochlorothiazide 
lOng & 25ng Tab 

Prazosin HCl 
5ng Tab 

Prazosin HCl 
2ng Tab 

Prazosin HCl 
lEig Tab 

PropraRolol 
160mg LA Cap 



514497 Loniten 
463256 Corgard 
607126 Corgard 
523372 Corgard 
534579 Slow-Trasicor 
534587 Slow-Trasicor 
402583 Trasicor 
402575 Trasicor 
402567 Trasicor 
417270 Visken 
417289 Visken 
443174 Visken 
568635 Viskazide 10/50 
568627 Viskazide 10/25 
560979 Minipress 
560960 Minipress 
560952 Minipress 
511668 Inderal L.A. 



OPJ 



.2100 



.5100 



SQU 






.3415 


SQU 






.9110 


SQU 




CIB 


,2970 


GIB 


.5980 




.2910 



CIB 



CIB 



CIB 



SAN 



SAN 



SAN 



SAN 



SAN 



PFI 



PFI 



PFI 



.1940 



,1090 



.3070 



,7580 



.5230 



.5200 



.5200 



.3280 



.2387 



.1757 



AIE .7896 



2505 



6074 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 689/86 



24:00 Cardiovascular Drugs 



24:08:00 Hypotensive Drusrs (For Diuretics See 40:28/ 



Propranolol 
120mg LA Cap 

Propranolol 
80mg LA Cap 

Propranolol 
80ng Tab 



Propranolol 
40ng Tab 



Propranolol 
20mg Tab 



Propranolol 
120mg Tab 



Propranolol 
lOmg Tab 



Propranolol & Hydrochlorothiazide 
SOing & 25mg Tab 

Propranolol & Hydrochlorothiazide 
40ng & 25mg Tab 

Rauwolfia Serpentina 
50mg Tab 

Rauwolfia Serpentina 
lOOmg Tab 

Reserpine 
5mg/2BiL Inj Sol-2mL Pk 



587931 Inderal L.A. 



566950 Inderal L.A. 



313602 Inderal 
402761 Apo-Propranolol 
496502 Novopranol 
523380 Propranolol 
582271 PMS -Propranolol 



002666 Inderal 
402753 Apo-Propranolol 
496499 Novopranol 
523399 Propranolol 
582263 PMS-Propranolol 



489859 Inderal-20 
♦663719 Apo-Propranolol 



456578 Inderal 
504335 Apo-Propranolol 
549657 Novopranol 
582298 PMS-Propranolol 



002658 Inderal 
402788 Apo-Propranolol 
496480 Novopranol 
523402 Propranolol 
582255 PMS-Propranolol 



465321 Inderide 80 



465313 Inderide 40 



029440 Raudixin 



029459 Raudixin 



#436917 Serpasil 



AÏE .6270 



AÏE 



AYE 
APX 
NOP 
DTC 
PMS 



AYE 
APX 
NOP 
DTC 
PMS 



AYE 
APX 



AYE 
APX 
NOP 
PMS 



AYE 
APX 
NOP 
DTC 
PMS 



AYE 
AYE 
SQU 
SQU 
CIB 



4408 
.0560 



.0332 



.0275 



1120 



.0184 



.5123 



.3308 



,1830 



.2980 



3.2710 



2506 



O. Reg. 689/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6075 



24:00 Cardiovascular Drugs 



24:08:00 Hypotensive Drugs fFor Diuretics See 40:28/ 



Reserpine 
0.25ing Tab 



Reserpine 
. Img Tab 



i Sodiim Nitroprnsside Dihydrate 
Inj Pd-5(h.g Pk 

Sotalol HCl 
160ng Tab 

Spironolactone 
25ng Tab 



Spironolactone 

lOOrag Tab 



Tiaolol Maleate 
5ng Tab 

Tinolol Maleate 
20mg Tab 

Tiaolol Maleate 
lOag Tab 

Tinolol Maleate & Hydrochlorothiazide 
lOmg & 25ng Tab 

Triamterene 
SOng Tab 

TriaMterene 
lOOng Tab 



005665 Serpasil 
021784 Novoreserpine 
093238 Reserpine 



005657 Serpasil 
093211 Reserpine 



336459 Nipride 
♦483923 Sotacor 



028606 Aldactone 
613215 Novo-Spiroton 



285455 Aldactone 
544477 Sincomen 
613223 Novo-Spiroton 



353914 Blocadren 
495611 Blocadren 
353922 Blocadren 
509353 Tinolide 
299715 Dyrenima 
027138 Dyrenim 



CIB 

DTC 



CIB 
DTC 



.0081 



.0197 



HLR 



BRI 



10.S750 



.7350 



SEA 
NOP 



SEA 
BEK 
NOP 



FRS 



FRS 



FRS 



FRS 



SKF 



SKF 



.0729 



.2250 



.1789 



.57S3 



.2941 



.3240 



,1117 



1372 



24:12:00 Vasodilat ins Drugs 

Erythrol Tetranitrate 
lOng SL Tab 

Isosorbide Dinitrate 
5ng SL Tab 



Isosorbide Dinitrate 
30mg Tab 



299790 Cardilate-10 



243116 Isordil 
446661 Coronex 



279536 Isordil 



BWE 



WIE 
ATE 



WIE 



1290 



.0470 



.0403 



2507 



6076 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 689/86 



24:00 Cardiovascular Drugs 



24:12:00 Vasodilat ing Drugs 

Isosorbide Dinitrate 
30ng Tab 



Isosorbide Dinitrate 
lOng Tab 



Nitroglycerin 
Sfflg LA Tab 

Nitroglycerin 
3mg LA Tab 

Nitroglycerin 
2mg LA Tab 

Nitroglycerin 
Ing LA Tab 

Nitroglycerin 
27. 0int-30g Pk 

Nitroglycerin 
27. 0int-30g Pk 

Nitroglycerin 
27. Oint-60g Pk 

Nitroglycerin 
27. Oint-60g Pk 

Nitroglycerin 
27. Oint-60g PK 

* Nitroglycerin 
0.6ag SL Tab- 100 Pk 



Nitroglycerin 
O.Sag SL Tab- 100 Pk 



.0403 



441694 
446696 
458694 


Apo-ISDN 

Coronex 

Novosorbide 


APX 
AÎE 
NOP 




208973 
441686 
446688 
458686 


Isordil 
Apo-ISDN 
Coronex 
Novosorbide 


WYE 
APX 
AYE 
NOP 


.0188 


590746 


Nitrogard-SR 


SYN 


.2423 


590738 


Nitrogard-SR 


SYN 


.1886 


590681 


Nitrogard-SR 


SYN 


.1616 


590673 


Nitrogard-SR 


SYN 


.1346 


525529 


Nitrong 


RPP 


3.1200 


608785 


Nitrol 


ROR 


4.8990 


442925 


Nitro-Bid 


ROU 


5.7000 


990973 


Nitrong 


RPP 


9.9300 


990914 


Nitrol 


ROR 


8.8500 


#003662 
015962 
990620 


Nitrostabilin 
Nitroglycerin 
Nitrostat 


AHA 
LIL 
PDA 


2.3400 


015954 
037613 


Nitroglycerin 
Nitrostat 


LIL 
PDA 


2.3400 



Pentaerythritol Tetranitrate 
80ng Tab 

Pentaerythritol Tetranitrate 
20mg Tab 



476579 Peritrate Forte 



476609 Peritrate 



PDA 



PDA 



,1908 



,1017 



2508 



O. Reg. 689/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6077 



24:00 Cardiovascular Drugs 



24i 12:00 Vasodilat in^ Drugs 

Pentaerythritol Tetranitrate 
long Tab 



476595 Peritrate 



.0740 



PDA 



28:00 Central fitrvous Systtm Drugs 



28:08:00 Analttsics 



Acetaainophea 
90Mg/HL 0/L 

AcetaMinophen 
SOag/aL 0/L 



AcetaHinophen 
24Bg/BL 0/L 

Acetaainophen 
16ag/HL 0/L 

Acetaainophen 
650ag Sop 

Acetaainophen 
120ag Sap 

* Acetaainophen 
SOOag Tab 



* Acetaainophen 
325ag Tab 



#221627 Teapra 



♦631353 Atasol 
«642401 Teapra 



#330884 Robigesic 



+658049 Robigesic 



553336 Acetaainophen 



553328 Acetaainophen 



013668 Atasol Forte 
#292486 Caapain 
446114 Exdol Strong 
482323 Novogesic Forte 
545007 Apo-Acetaainophen 



MJO 



HOR 
MJO 



ROB 



ROB 



BEE 



BEE 



HOR 
WIN 
FRS 
NOT 
API 



.2218 



.1523 



.0270 



.0269 



.6608 



.4555 



.0143 



566802 Acetaainophen Extra Stren CLK 
567663 Acetaminophen WAM 

589233 Acetaminophen Extra Stren DPC 



.0107 



#229229 Caapain 
277193 Roanos 
293482 Atasol 
330876 Robigesic 
373710 Exdol 
374148 Acetaainophen 
389218 Novogesic 
467065 Acetaainophen 
544981 Apo-Acetaainophen 
589241 Acetaainophen 



WIN 
ROC 
HOR 
ROB 
FRS 
WAM 
NOP 
CLK 
API 
DPC 



Acetaainophen with Codeine 
60Bg Tab 



Acetaainophen with Codeine 
30ag Tab 



396516 Tylenol No. 4 
666149 Eapracet-60 

+608882 Emtec-30 
666130 Enpracet-30 



MCN 

BWE 



TCH 
BWE 



1870 



.0380 



2509 



6078 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 689/86 



28:00 Central litrvous System Drugs 



28:08:00 Analgesics 

Acetaminophen Coapoond with Codeine 
30mg Tab 



Acetaminophen Compound with Codeine 
15mg Tab 



293512 Atasol-30 
372358 Exdol-30 
425389 Tylenol No. 3 

653276 Lenoltec No. 3 

293504 Atasol-15 
372331 Exdol-lS 
425370 Tylenol No. 2 



HOR 
FRS 
MCN 

TCH 

HOR 
FRS 
MCN 



0310 



.0279 



Acetylsalicylic Acid 
975mg Ent Tab 

* Acetylsalicylic Acid 
650mg Ent Tab 



* Acetylsalicylic Acid 
325mg Ent Tab 



Acetylsalicylic Acid 
65Gmg Sup 

Acetylsalicylic Acid 
640mg Sup 

Acetylsalicylic Acid 
320mg Sup 

Acetylsalicylic Acid 
160mg Sup 

Acetylsalicylic Acid 
ISOmg Sup 

* Acetylsalicylic Acid (OTC) 
325mg Tab 100 Pk 



* Acetylsalicylic Acid (OTC) 
325mg Tab 300 Pk 

* Acetylsalicylic Acid (OTC) 
325mg Tab 500 Pk 

Acetylsalicylic Acid & Codeine 
650mg & 30mg Tab 



419508 Entrophen 



010340 Entrophen 
229296 Novasen 
343889 Ecotrin-10 



010332 Entrophen 
027189 Ecotrin 
216666 Novasen 



451746 Sal-Adult 
315133 Supasa 
315117 Supasa 
377961 Supasa 
451738 Sal-Infant 



♦040851 ASA 
453897 ASA 



092754 ASA 



036145 ASA 



406104 Coryphen 650-30 



FRS 



FRS 
NOP 
SKF 



FRS 
SKF 
NOP 



BEE 



NRD 



NRD 



NRD 



BEE 



LEA 
CLK 



DTC 



WAM 



ROG 



.0691 



.0189 



.0114 



.6375 



.6608 



.5622 



.4928 



.5003 



1.5000 



3.4500 



4.6000 



.2500 



2510 



O. Reg. 689/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6079 



28:0Q Central Nervous System Drugs 



28:G8:00 Analgesics 

Acetylsalicylic Acid S Codeine 
325Mg S 30Bg Tab 

Acetylsalicylic Acid Covpoand with Codeine 
30ng Tab 



406112 Coryphen 325-30 



095516 AC a C 
219843 292 
604518 Ancasal 30 



ROG 



DTC 
FRS 
SAN 



.1860 



.0469 



Acetylsalicylic Acid CoBponnd with Codeine 
15ag Tab 



095508 AC « C 
108103 282 
604496 Ancasal 15 



.0327 



DTC 
FRS 

SAN 



Aaileridine HCl 
25Hg Tab 

Anileridine Phosphate 
25ag/nL Inj Sol InL Pk 



010014 Leritine 



009857 Leritine 



FRS 



FRS 



.2671 



1.4424 



Choline Salicylate & Magnesia Salicylate 
Tab 



449636 Trilisate 



PFR 



1475 



Codeine Phosphate 
SOng/aL laj So1-1mL Pk 

Codeine Phosphate 
Sag/aL O/L 



Codeine Phosphate 
60ag Tab 



Codeine Phosphate 
30Hg Tab 



Codeine Phosphate 
15ag Tab 



Colchicine 
lag Tab 

Colchicine 
0.6ag Tab 



303879 Codeine 



AHA 



018678 


Codeine 






NDA 


093114 


Codeine 






DTC 


003247 


Codeine 






AHA 


093149 


Codeine 






DTC 


003239 


Codeine 






AHA 


018694 


Codeine 






NDA 


093130 


Codeine 






DTC 


♦593451 


Codeine 


Ph 


osphate 


TCH 


003220 


Codeine 






AHA 


018686 


Codeine 






NDA 


093122 


Codeine 






DTC 


♦593435 


Codeine 


Ph 


osphate 


TCH 



206032 Colchicine 



000396 Colchicine 
094382 Colchicine 



ROG 



ABB 
DTC 



.5160 



.0160 



.1552 



.0530 



.0430 



1770 



.0493 



2511 



6080 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 689/86 



28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



28:08:00 Analgesics 

Colchicine 
0.6mg Tab 

Diclofenac Sodiniii 
SOrag Ent Tab 

Diclofenac Sodimi 
25mg Ent Tab 

Diclofenac Sodiun 
lOOmg LA Tab 

Diclofenac Sodiun 
50ng Sup 

Diclofenac Sodium 
lOOng Sup 

Dif lunisal 
SOOmg Tab 

Dif lunisal 
250mg Tab 

Fenoprofen Calcium 
SOOmg Cap 

Fenoprofen Calcium 
600mg Tab 

Flurbiprofen 
50mg Tab 

Flurbiprofen 
50mg Tab 

Flurbiprofen 
lOOmg Tab 

Flurbiprofen 
lOOmg Tab 

Hydromorphone HCl 
2mg/mL Inj Sol-lmL Pk 

Hydromorphone HCl 
lOmg/nL Inj Sol-lmL Pk 

Hydromorphone HCl 
3mg Sup 

Hydromorphone HCl 
4mg Tab 



287873 Colchicine 



S14012 Voltaren 



514004 Voltaren 



♦590827 Voltaren SR 



+632724 Voltaren 



♦632732 Voltaren 



576131 Dolobid 



587699 Dolobid 



328642 Naif on 



345504 Naif on 



♦593346 Froben 



♦647942 Ansa id 



♦593354 Froben 



♦600792 Ansa id 



♦627100 Dilaudid 



♦622133 Dilaudid-HP 



♦125105 Dilaudid 



♦125121 Dilaudid 



ROG 



CEI 



CEI 



.0493 



.4500 



.2250 



CEI .9000 
.7500 



CEI 



CEI 



FRS 



FRS 



LIL 



LIL 



1.0100 



.5248 



.4288 



.2088 



.3828 



ORG .2905 

UPJ .3515 

ORG .3875 

UPJ .4750 

.9300 ! 



KNL 



KNL 



KNL 



KNL 



2.4000 



2.0250 



.2475 



I 



2512 



O. Reg. 689/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6081 



2:8:00 Central l^ervous System Drugs 



28:08:00 Anatgesics 

Hydrofflor phone HCl 
2]ag Tab 

Ibnprofen 
400ing Cap 

Ibnprofen 
300mg Cap 

Ibuprofen 
200mg Cap 

Ibuprofen 
600mg Tab 



Ibnprofen 
400iig Tab 



Ibnprofen 
300ng Tab 



Ibuprofen 
200ng Tab 



Indoaethacin 
50ng Cap 



Indomethacin 
25mg Cap 



Indomethacin 
75ng LA Cap 

Indonethacin 
SOmg Sup 

Indomethacin 
lOOmg Sup 

Ketoprofen 
SOmg Cap 

Ketoprofen 
50ag Ent Tab 



■^ 125083 Di land id 



443204 Aaersol 



443190 Anersol 



443182 Amersol 



484911 Motrin 
606227 Ibuprofen 
♦629359 Novoprofen 



364142 Motrin 
606219 Ibuprofen 



327794 Motrin 
606200 Ibuprofen 



252409 Motrin 
606197 Ibuprofen 



016047 Indocid 
337439 Novomethacin 
611166 Apo- Indomethacin 



016039 Indocid 
337420 Novomethacin 
611158 Apo- Indomethacin 



463248 Indocid SR 



594466 Indocid 



016233 Indocid 



336440 Orudis 



566888 Orudis E 



KNL 



HOR 



HOR 



HOR 



1615 



.1825 



.1380 



,1131 



.0737 



UPJ 




KNR 




NOP 






.0528 


UPJ 




KNR 






.0407 


UPJ 




KNR 






.0287 


UPJ 




KNR 






.1410 


MSD 




NOP 




APX 






.0814 


MSD 




NOP 




APX 




MSD 


.8094 




.7997 



MSD 



MSD 



RPP 



RPP 



1.0747 



,2467 



.2467 



2513 



6082 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 689/86 



28:00 Central Nirvous System Drugs 



28:08:00 Analgesics 

Ketoprofen 
lOOmg Sup 

Levorphanol Tartrate 
ang/mL Inj Sol-lmL Pk 

Levorphanol Tartrate 
2ng Tab 

Mefenaraic Acid 
250ng Cap 

Meperidine HCl 
75ing/mL Inj Sol-lnL Pk 

Meperidine HCl 
50mg/mL Inj Sol-lmL Pk 

Meperidine HCl 
lOOmg/mL Inj Sol-lmL Pk 

Meperidine HCl 
100mg/2mL Inj Sol-2iiiL Pk 

Meperidine HCl 
lS00mg/30mL Inj Sol-30mL Pk 

Meperidine HCl 
50ng Tab 



499544 Orudis 



012904 Levo-Dromoran 



013366 Levo-Dromoran 



155225 Ponstan 



033294 Demerol 



036242 Demerol 



033308 Demerol 



990477 Demerol 



990493 Demerol 



003506 Pethidine 
033685 Demerol 



RPP 



HLR 



HLR 



PDA 



WIN 



WIN 



WIN 



WIN 



WIN 



AHA 
WIN 



1.1003 



1.1100 



,1670 



.3395 



.2340 



.2160 



.2480 



.2780 



4.5990 



.0742 



Morphine HCl 
5mg/mL 0/L 



Morphine HCl 
20mg/mL 0/L 

Morphine HCl 
lOmg/mL 0/L 

Morphine HCl 
Img/nL 0/L 



Morphine HCl 
30mg Sup 

Morphine HCl 
20mg Sup 

Morphine HCl 
lOfflg Sup 



514217 MOS-5 
♦607770 Morphitec-5 

+632481 M.O.S. 

♦632503 M.O.S. 



486582 MOS 
♦607762 Morphitec-1 



♦636681 M.O.S. 



♦624276 M.O.S. 



♦624268 M.O.S. 



ICN 
TCH 



ICN 



ICN 



ICN 
TCH 



ICN 



ICN 



ICN 



,0763 



.4750 



1872 



.0137 



1.S467 



1.4733 



1.25S7 



1 



2514 



O. Reg. 689/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6083 



28:00 Central !^ervous Sysftm Drugs 



28:08:0Q Analgesics 

Morphine Salfate 
ISag/aL Inj Sol-lmL Pk 

Morphine Snlfate 
60iig LA Tab 

Morphine Sulfate 
30Îig LA Tab 

Morphine Sa If ate 
15ag LA Tab 

Morphine Sulfate 
lOOag LA Tab 

Morphine Sulfate 
Sag/aL 0/L 

Morphine Sulfate 
lag/aL 0/L 

Morphine Sulfate 
20Bg/aL Oral Drops 

Naproxen 
sbOag Sup 

Naproxen 
SOOag Tab 



.4730 



335371 Morphiae 



4-665150 MS CoBtiB 



♦665142 MS Coatia 



♦665134 MS Coatia 



♦665169 MS CoBtiB 



591475 States 



591467 States 



♦621935 States 



531022 Naprosyn 



525537 Naprosyn 
589861 Novonaprox 
592277 Apo-Naproxen 
615331 Naxea 



AHA 



PFR 


1.4400 


PFR 


.8200 


PFR 


.5400 


PFR 


2.2000 




.0560 



PMS 



PMS 



PMS 



STN 



SÏN 
NOP 
APX 
SIP 



.0205 



.3200 



.9537 



.2580 



Naproxea 
375Bg Tab 



583367 Naprosyn 
600806 Apo-Naproxen 
615323 Naxen 
627097 Novo-Naprox 



SÎN 
APX 
STP 
NOP 



,1780 



Naproxen 
250ag Tab 



335193 Naprosyn 
522651 Apo-Naproxen 
565350 Novonaprox 
615315 Naxea 



SIN 
APX 
NOP 
SIP 



.1300 



Naproxen 
125ag Tab 



299413 Naprosyn 
522678 Apo-Naproxen 
565369 Novonaprox 
615307 Naxen 



SIN 
APX 

NOP 
SIP 



.0640 



2515 



6084 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 689/86 



28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



28:08:00 Analgesics 

Oxycodone HCl & Acetaminophen 
5mg & 325mg Tab 

Oxycodone HCl & Acetylsalicylic Acid 
6mg & 325mg Tab 



Oxymorphone HCl 
1.5mg/mL Inj Sol-lmL Pk 

Oxymorphone HCl 
5mg Sup 

Pentazocine 
300mg/10nL Inj Sol-lOmL Pk 

Pentazocine 
50mg Tab 

Pheny Ibotazone 
lOOmg Ent Tab 

Phenylbutazone 
lOOng Tab 



Piroxicam 
20mg Cap 

Piroxicam 
lOmg Cap 

Propoxyphene 
Cap 



Propoxyphene 
65fflg Tab 

Sulindac 
200mg Tab 

Sulindac 
ISOmg Tab 

Tolmetin Sodima 
400mg Cap 

Tolmetin Sodiim 
200mg Tab 



580201 Percocet 
>608165 Oxycocet 



580236 Percodan 
♦608157 Oxycodan 



585688 Nomorphan 
585661 N'umorphan 
036277 Talwin 
033731 Talwin 
258377 Intrabutazone 



021660 Novobutazone 
093041 Phenylbutazone 
312789 Apo-Phenylbutazone 



525618 Feldene 



525596 Feldene 



151351 Novopropoxyn 
261432 Darvon-N 



010081 642 



432369 Clinoril 



456888 Clinoril 



484938 Tolectin DS 



364126 Tolectin 



DUP 
TCH 



DUP 
TCH 



DUP 



DUP 



WIN 



WIN 



ORG 



NOP 
DTC 
APX 



PFl 



PFI 



NOP 
LIL 



FRS 



FRS 



FRS 



MCN 



MCN 



1400 



1700 



2.1250 



2.4417 



4.5000 



.2217 



.17G3 



,0077 



1.0033 



.5985 



.0225 



.0830 



.5458 



.4315 



.3885 



,2640 



2516 



O. Reg. 689/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6085 



28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



28:10:00 Narcotic Ant agonist s 

Levai lorphan Tartrate 
lag/nL Inj So1-1mL Pk 

Naloxone HCl 
0.4Hg/HL laj Sol-laL Pk 

28:12:00 Ant iconvul sant s 

Carbanazepine 
200Bg Chew Tab 

Carbanazepine 
lOOiig Chew Tab 

Carbanazepine 
200ng Tab 



Clonazepan 
2Bg Tab 

Cloaazepaa 
O.Sag Tab 

Divalproex Sod inn 
SOOng Ent Tab 

Divalproex Sodim 
2S0iig Ent Tab 

Divalproex Sodin 
12Sng Ent Tab 

Ethosnsinide 
250ng Cap 

Ethosnxinide 
50ng/nL 0/L 

Mephenftoin 
lOOng Tab 

Mephobarbital 
20(hig Tab 

Mephobarbital 
lOOng Tab 

Methsuxinide 
300ng Cap 



#115584 Lorfan 



589020 Narcan 



♦665088 Tegretol Chew Tabs 



4^369810 Tegretol Chew Tabs 



010405 Tegretol 

402699 Apo-Carbanazepine 

504742 Mazepine 



382841 Kivotril 
382825 Rivotril 
596434 Epi val 
596426 Epival 
596418 Epival 
022799 Zarontin 
023485 Zarontin 
027421 Mesantoia 
#033715 Mebaral 
033707 Mebaral 
022802 Ce 1 oat in 



HLR 



DUP 



CEI 



GET 



GEI 
AFX 
ICN 



HLR 



HLR 



ABB 



ABB 



ABB 



PDA 



PDA 



SAN 



WIN 



WIN 



PDA 



1.3373 



6.7850 



1620 



.0810 



.0699 



.2330 



,1340 



.5747 



.2873 



.1599 



.1913 



.0383 



.0920 



.2025 



.1405 



.2110 



2517 



6086 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 689/86 



28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



28:12:00 Ant iconvulsant s 



Phénobarbital 
120mg/iiiL Inj Sol-lmL Pk 

Phénobarbital 
4jBg/mL 0/L 



033367 Luminal 



588180 Phénobarbital 
604585 Phénobarbital 



WIN 



DTC 

SAN 



.5450 



.0107 



Phénobarbital 
60mg Tab 



023817 Phénobarbital 
093556 Phénobarbital 
320714 Phenobarbital-ICN 



PDA 
DTC 
ICN 



.0110 



Phénobarbital 
30mg Tab 



023809 Phénobarbital 
093521 Phénobarbital 
293903 Phenobarbital-ICN 
604550 Phénobarbital 



PDA 
DTC 
ICN 
SAN 



.0050 



Phénobarbital 
ISmg Tab 



023795 Phénobarbital 
093505 Phénobarbital 
271276 Phenobarbital-ICN 
604542 Phénobarbital 



PDA 
DTC 
ICN 

SAN 



.0044 



Phénobarbital 
lOOmg Tab 



093564 Phénobarbital 
344036 Phenobarbital-ICN 
604577 Phénobarbital 



DTC 
ICN 
SAN 



.0137 



Phensnxinide 
SOOmg Cap 022810 Milontin 

Phenytoin (Diphenylh^dantoin) 
6rag/mL 0/L 023442 Dilantin 

Phenytoin (Diphenylhydantoin) 
25mg/mL 0/L 023450 Dilantin 

Phenytoin (Diphenylhydantoin) 
50mg Tab 023698 Dilantin 

Phenytoin (Diphenylhydantoin) Sodimn 
30mg Cap 022772 Dilantin 

Phenytoin (Diphenylhydantoin) Sodium 
lOOmg Cap 022780 Dilantin 

Phenytoin (Diphenylhydantoin) Sodium 
100mg/2mL Inj Sol-2nL Pk 245453 Dilantin 

Phenytoin (Diphenylhydantoin) Sodium 
250mg/5mL Inj Sol-5mL Pk 271705 Dilantin 



PDA 



PDA 



PDA 



PDA 



PDA 



.2034 



,0255 



.0302 



.0464 



.0322 



PDA .0365 
2.2620 



PDA 



PDA 



4.7180 



2518 



O. Reg. 689/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6087 



28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



28:12:00 Ant iconvulsant s 

Prinidone 
250mg Tab 



Prinidone 
125ng Tab 



Valproate Sodiam 
SOmg/mL 0/L 

Valproic Acid 
250ng Cap 

Valproic Acid 
SOOmg Ent Cap 



002631 Mysoline 
#294985 Sertan 
396761 Apo-Primidone 



002623 Mysoline 
399310 Apo-Primidone 



443S32 Depakene 



443S40 Depakene 



507989 Depakene 

28:16:04 Psychotkerapeut ic Agents Ant idepressant s 



Anitriptyline 
2ng/iiiL 0/L 

Anitriptyline 
50mg Tab 



Anitriptyl ine 
25ng Tab 



teitriptyline 
lOng Tab 



Amoxapine 
50mg Tab 

Amoxapine 
25mg Tab 



016306 Elavil 



016349 Elavil 

037427 .Novotriptyn 

271152 Levate 

335088 Apo-Amitriptyline 

377899 Anitriptyline 

398462 Anitriptyline 



016330 Elavil 

037419 .Novotriptyn 

251275 Anitriptyline 

306320 Levate 

335061 Apo-Anitriptyline 

377880 Anitriptyline 



016322 Elavil 

037400 Novotriptyn 

251283 Anitriptyline 

293911 Levate 

335053 Apo-.Anitriptyline 

377872 Anitriptyline 



527092 Asendin 



527084 Asendin 



ATE 
ICN 
API 



AIE 
AFX 



ABB 



ABB 



ABB 



MSD 



MSD 
NOP 
ICN 
APX 
DTC 
SAP 



MSD 
NOP 
SAP 
ICN 
APX 
DTC 



MSD 
NOP 
SAP 
ICN 
APX 
DTC 



LED 



LED 



.0397 



.0248 



.0608 



.2736 



.5473 



.0303 



.0115 



.0051 



.0040 



.1375 



.1375 



2519 



6088 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 689/86 



i:8:00 Central f^ervous System Drugs 



28:16:04 Psychot herapeut ic Agents Ant {depressant s 



Amoxapine 
ISOmg Tab 

Amoxapine 
lOOmg Tab 

Clomipramine HCl 
50mg Tab 

Clomipramine HCl 
25mg Tab 

Clomipramine HCl 
lOrog Tab 

Desipramine 
75mg Tab 

Desipramine 
50mg Tab 

Desipramine 
25mg Tab 



Doxepin HCl 
75mg Cap 



Doxepin HCl 
50mg Cap 



Doxepin HCl 
25mg Cap 



Doxepin HCl 
ISOmg Cap 

Doxepin HCl 
lOOmg Cap 



Doxepin HCl 
lOmg Cap 



Imipramine 
50mg Tab 



S27114 Asendin 
527106 Asendin 
402591 Anafranil 
324019 Anafranil 
330566 Anafranil 
425265 Norpramin 
353876 Norpramin 



010448 Pertofrane 
353868 Norpramin 



400750 Sinequan 
«629294 Triadapin 



024341 Sinequan 
♦629286 Triadapin 



024333 Sinequan 
♦629278 Triadapin 



584274 Sinequan 



326925 Sinequan 
♦629308 Triadapin 



024325 Sinequan 
+629251 Triadapin 



010480 Tofranil 
021520 Novopramine 



LED 



LED 



GEI 



GEl 



GEI 



MER 



MER 



GEI 
MER 



PFI 

PWC 



PFI 
PWC 



PFI 
PWC 



PFI 



PFI 
PWC 



PFI 
PWC 



GEI 
NOP 



.6150 



,4350 



.4860 



.2640 



,1940 



.7480 



.4965 



.2499 



.4336 



.2089 



,1314 



.9637 



,5705 



1070 



2520 



O. Reg. 689/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6089 



28:00 Central ^irvous System Drugs 



28:16:04 Psychot herapeut ic Agents Ant ide pressant s 

iBipraaine 
Soiig Tab 



laipranine 
25Bg Tab 



; Imipraaine 
I lOng Tab 



** Isocarboxazid 
lOng Tab 

Maprotiline HCI 
75Bg Tab 

Maprotiline HCI 
50Bg Tab 

Maprotiline HCI 
25ng Tab 

Maprotiline HCI 
lOag Tab 

Nortriptyline 
25Bg Cap 

.Nortriptyline 
lOag Cap 

** Phenelzine Sulfate 
15ng Tab 

Protriptyline 
Sag Tab 

Protriptyline 
lOag Tab 



209848 


iHipranine 


SAP 


236721 


lapril 


ICN 


326852 


.Apo-Iaipranine 


AFX 


3V7929 


laipraaine 


DTC 


010472 


Tofraoil 


GEI 


021512 


N'ovopraaine 


.NOP 


209864 


laipraaine 


SAP 


236756 


Impril 


ICN 


312797 


.Apo- Imipraaine 


.APX 


377910 


Imipraaine 


DTC 


010464 


Tofranil 


GEI 


021504 


.Novopraaine 


.NOP 


209856 


laipramine 


SAP 


236748 


Impril 


ICN 


360201 


.Apo- Imipramine 


APX 


377902 


Imipraaine 


DTC 



013307 MarpUn 
360511 Ladioail 
360503 Ludioail 
360481 Ladioail 
■»641855 Lndioail 
015237 Aventyl 
015229 Aventyl 
476552 .Nardil 
322261 Triptil 
322741 Triptil 



HLR 



CIB 



CIB 



CIB 



CIB 



LIL 



LIL 



PDA 



.MSD 



MSD 



.0126 



.0073 



.0040 



.U90 



.5340 



.3910 



.2070 



.1520 



.2934 



1451 



.1949 



.1783 



.2587 



2521 



6090 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 689/86 



28:00 Central Hervous System Drugs 



28:16x04 Psychotherapeut ic Agents Ant ide pressant s 



** Tranylcypromine Sulfate 
lOmg Tab 

Trazodone Hydrochloride 
SOmg Tab 

Trazodone Hydrochloride 
lOOmg Tab 



Trimiprariine 
75ng Cap 

Trimipramine 
lOOmg Tab 

Trimipramine 
50mg Tab 

Trimipramine 
25mg Tab 

Trimipramine 
12.5mg Tab 025828 Surmontil 

28:16:08 Psychotherapeut ic Agents Tranqui I ixtrs 



027111 Parnate 
579351 Desyrel 
579378 Desyrel 
442437 Surmontil 
025852 Surmontil 
025844 Surmontil 
025836 Surmontil 



Alprazolam 
0.5mg Tab 

Alprazolam 
0.25mg Tab 

Bromazepam 
6mg Tab 

Bromazepam 
3mg Tab 

Chlordiazepoxide 
5mg Cap 



Chlordiazepoxide 
25mg Cap 



548367 Xanax 



548359 Xanax 



518131 Lectopam 



518123 Lectopam 



012629 Librium 
013463 Solium 
020915 Novopoxide 
398403 Chlordiazepoxide 
522724 Apo-Chlordiazepoxide 



012645 Librium 
013498 Solium 
020931 Novopoxide 
398438 Chlordiazepoxide 
522996 Apo-Chlordiazepoxide 



SKF 



BRI 



BRI 



RPP 



RPP 



RPP 



RPP 



RPP 



UPJ 



UPJ 



HLR 



HLR 



HLR 
HOR 
NOP 
DTC 
APX 



HLR 
HOR 
NOP 
DTC 
APX 



,1886 



.2247 



.4455 



.5534 



,7043 



.3873 



.2012 



,1587 



1540 



1286 



.1499 



1028 



.0085 



.0135 



2522 



O. Reg. 689/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6091 



28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



28:16:08 Psychotherapeutic Agents Tranquil ixers 



Cfalordiazepoxide 
lOag Cap 



Ch I oraezanone 
200mg Tab 

Ch lorpronaz i ne 
50mg/2mL Inj Sol-2jnL Pk 

Chlorpronazine 

5«g/«L 0/L 

Chlorpronazine 
40ag/mL 0/L 

Chlorproaazine 
20iig/aL 0/L 



Cklorpronazine 
lOOng Sup 

Chlorpromazine 
SOag Tab 



Chlorpronazine 
25Bg Tab 



Chlorpronazine 
200Bg Tab 

Chlorpronazine 
lOOng Tab 



Chlorpronazine 
lOag Tab 



Chlorprothixene 
50ng Tab 



012637 Libriu 
013471 Soliun 
020923 Novopoxide 
251267 Chlordiazepoxide 
398411 Chlordiazepoxide 
522988 Apo-Chlordiazepoxide 



033626 Trancopal 



163953 Largactil 



.0099 



025151 Largactil 



025186 Largactil 



025178 Largactil 
■^580988 Chlorpronanyl 20 



025283 Largactil 



025488 Largactil 
209910 Chlorpronazine 
232807 Novochlorpronazine 



025461 Largactil 
209902 Chlorpronazine 
232823 .Novoch lorpronaz i ne 



025518 Largactil 



025496 Largactil 
210684 Chlorpronazine 
232831 Novoch lorpronazine 



025453 Largactil 

232157 Novoch lorpronazine 



013242 Tarasan 



HLR 
HOR 
NOP 
SAP 
DTC 
APX 



WIN 



RPP 



RPP 



RPP 



RPP 
TCH 



RPP 



RPP 
SAP 
NOP 



RPP 
SAP 
NOP 



RPP 



RPP 
SAP 
NOP 



RPP 
NOP 



HLR 



.2175 



1.1590 



.0159 



.2247 



.0291 



1.4300 



.0118 



.0078 



.0866 



.0179 



.0067 



.1945 



\ 



2523 



6092 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 689/86 



28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



28:16:08 Psychotherapeut ic Agents Tranqui I ixers 



Chlorprothixene 
ISng Tab 

Clorazepate Dipotassion 
15mg Cap 



013234 Tarasan 



264911 Tranxene 
♦628212 Movo-Clopate 



HLR 



ABB 
NOP 



.0960 



.1880 



Clorazepate Dipotassiim 

7.5mg Cap 



264946 Tranxene 
♦628204 Novo-Clopate 



ABB 
NOP 



.1100 



Clorazepate Dipotassion 
3.75ing Cap 



264938 Tranxene 
♦628190 Novo-Clopate 



ABB 
NOP 



.0500 



Diazepam 
lGing/2niL Inj Sol-2inL Pk 

Diazepam 
Img/mL O/L 

Diazepam 
5mg Tab 



012874 Valium 



013110 Valium 



013285 Valium 
013765 Vivol 
272442 Novodipam 
280429 E-Pam 
303461 Diazepan 
362158 Apo-Diazepam 
396230 Diazepam 



HLR 



HLR 



HLR 
HOR 
NOP 
ICN 
SAP 
APX 
DTC 



.9500 



.0335 



.0020 



Diazepam 
2m0 Tab 



.0020 



013277 Valium 
013757 Vivol 
272434 Novodipam 
272647 E-Pam 
405329 Apo-Diazepam 
466905 Diazepam 



HLR 
HOR 
NOP 
ICN 
APX 
DTC 



Diazepam 
lOmg Tab 



.0029 



013293 Valium 
013773 Vivol 
272450 Novodipam 
272639 E-Para 
405337 .Apo-Diazepam 
466891 Diazepam 



HLR 
HOR 
NOP 
ICN 
APX 
DTC 



Flupenthixol Decanoate 
200rag/10mL Inj Sol-lOmL Pk 

Flupenthixol Decanoate 
200mg/2mL Inj Sol-2mL Pk 



524522 Fluanxol Depot 



524530 Fluanxol Depot 



50.S500 



MER 



50.6500 



MER 



2524 



O. Reg. 689/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6093 



^8:00 Central Sgrvous System Dru^s 



28:16:08 Psychot htraptut ic Agents Tran<jui I ixers 



Flnpenthixol Dihydrochloride 
3Hg Tab 

Flapenthlxol Dihydrochloride 
O.Sag Tab 

Flnphenazine Decanoate 
125ag/5KL Inj Sasp-5aL Pk 

Flaplienaziiie Eaanthate 
125iig/5HL Inj Sol-SiiL Pk 

Flnphenazine HCl 
25«g/10BL Inj Sol-10«L Pk 

Flnphenazine HCl 
0.5ag/aL 0/L 

Flnphenazine HCl 
Sag Tab 



Flnphenazine HCl 
2Bg Tab 



Flnphenazine HCl 
l»g Tab 



Flnspirilene 
lOiig/iiL Inj Snsp-lmL Pk 

Flnspirilene 
12iig/6BL Inj Sasp-6nL Pk 

Baloperidol 
Sag/aL Inj Sol-lnL Pk 

■aloperidol 
2ag/HL 0/L 



585157 Flnanxol 



580619 Flnaazol 



349917 Modecate 



029173 Moditen Eaanthate 



#471518 Moditen HCl 



245240 Moditen HCl 



MER 



368393 IMAP 



017574 Haldol 



017582 Haldol 

552429 Per idol 

587702 Apo-Haloperidol 



.3640 



.1680 



MEK 



30.9500 



SQU 



30.8500 



SQU 



SQU 



SQU 



9.0000 



.0254 



.1039 



029408 


Moditen HCl 


SOU 






405361 


Apo-Flnphenazine 


API 






504459 


Permitil 


SCH 




.0693 


029386 


Moditen HCl 


SQU 






410632 


Apo-F Inphenazine 


API 






504432 


Peraitil 


SCH 




.0577 


029378 


Moditen HCl 


SQU 






405345 


Apo-Flnphenazine 


APX 






504424 


Permitil 


SCH 


11 


.5200 


542903 


LMAP Forte 


MCN 


14 


.4000 



MCN 



MCÎJ 



MCN 

TCH 
APX 



2.1100 



1000 



Baloperidol 
20ig Tab 

Haloperidol 
lOna Tab 



499579 Haldol 



381772 Haldol 



MCN 



MCN 



,8710 



.4710 



2525 



6094 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 689/86 



23:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



28:16:08 Psychot kerapeut ic Agents Tranquilixers 



Haloperidol 
Smg Tab 



017698 Haldol 
363650 Novo-Peridol 



,1521 



MCN 

NOP 



Haloperidol 
2mg Tab 

Haloperidol 
Ing Tab 



017671 Haldol 



017663 Haldol 

396818 Apo-Haloperidol 

552143 Peridol 



MCN 



MCN 
APX 
TCH 



.2030 



.0615 



Haloperidol 
O.Smg Tab 



017655 Haldol 

396796 Apo-Haloperidol 

552135 Peridol 



.0380 



MCN 
APX 
TCH 



Haloperidol Decanoate 
SOng/nL Oily Inj Sol-lmL Pk 

Haloperidol Decanoate 
lOOmg/BiL Oily Inj Sol-lmL Pk 

Hydroxyzine HCl 
50mg Cap 



Hydroxyzine HCl 
25mg Cap 



Hydroxyzine HCl 
lOmg Cap 



Hydroxyzine HCl 
SOOmg/lOmL Inj Sol-lOmL Pk 

Hydroxyzine HCl 
2ing/mL 0/L 

Ketazolara 
30mg Cap 

Ketazolam 
15ng Cap 

Lorazepan 
2mg Tab 



599085 Haldol-LA 



599093 Haldol-LA 



024392 Atarax 
557900 Multipax 



024384 Atarax 
557919 Multipax 



024376 Atarax 
557927 Multipax 



024589 Atarax 



024694 Atarax 



514527 Loftran 



514519 Loftran 



348333 Ativan 
♦637750 Novolorazem 
■••655767 Apo-Lorazepan 



MCN 



MCN 



PFI 
ROR 



PFI 

ROR 



PFI 
ROR 



PFI 



PFI 



BEE 



BEE 



WYE 
NOP 
APX 



7.2400 



14.3100 



,1139 



.0923 



.0G13 



9.5200 



.0323 



,5275 



.35G5 l\ 



.0G17 



2526 



O. Reg. 689/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6095 



i8:0C Central ^erxous Systzm Drugs 



28:16:08 Psyckotherafeut i c A^tnts Tranquil i-x.tr s 



LorazepaH 
lag Tab 



Lorazepaa 
O.Sag Tab 



Meprobaaate 
400ag Tab 



Mesoridazine 
2Sag/aL 0/L 

Mesoridazine 
song Tab 

Mesoridazine 
25ag Tab 

Mesoridazine 
lOag Tab 

Oxazepaa 
30ag Tab 



Oxazepaa 
15ag Tab 



Oxazepaa 
lOag Tab 



Pericyazine 
Sag Cap 



348325 Ativan 
♦637742 Novolorazea 
♦655759 Apo-Lorazepaa 



399124 Ativan 
♦655740 Apo-Lorazepaa 



013846 Miltown 
021547 Novoaepro 
034142 Equanil 
092738 Meprobaaate 
337943 Apo-Meprobaaate 



259489 Serentil 



027464 Serentil 



027456 Sereatil 



027448 Serentil 



231363 Serax 
402737 Apo-Oxazepaa 
414263 Oxpaa 
483907 Oxazepaa 
496537 Novoxapaa 



295698 Serax 
402745 Apo-Oxazepaa 
414255 Oxpaa 
483915 Oxazepaa 
496529 Novoxapaa 



295701 Serax 
402680 Apo-Oxazepai 
414247 Oxpaa 
483893 Oxazepaa 
500852 Novoxapaa 



024880 Nealeptil 



WÏE 
NOP 
API 



VIE 
API 



BOR 
NOP 
WTE 
Die 
APX 



SA.N 



SAN 



SAM 



SAN 



WÏE 
APX 

ICN 
DTC 
NOP 



WYE 
APX 
ICN 
DTC 
NOP 



WTE 
APX 
ICN 
DTC 
NW 



RPP 



.0380 



.0399 



.0127 



.2510 



.3720 



.2700 



.2200 



.0099 



.0075 



.0071 



1100 



2527 



6096 



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O. Reg. 689/86 



28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



28:16:08 Psychotherateut ic Agents Trançui lixers 



Pericyazine 
lOng Cap 

Pericyazine 

lOng/mL 0/L 

Perphenazine 
5ng/raL Inj Sol-lmL Pk 

Perphenazine 
3.2iag/nL 0/L 

Perphenazine 
0.4mg/mL 0/L 

Perphenazine 
Smg Tab 



Perphenazine 
4ng Tab 



Perphenazine 
2]ng Tab 



Perphenazine 
16ng Tab 



Pinozide 
4ng Tab 

Pinozide 
2ing Tab 

Pinozide 
lOng Tab 

Piperacetazine 
SOng Tab 

Piperacetazine 
lOng Tab 



024899 Neuleptil 
379301 Nenleptil 
028002 Trilafon 
028169 Trilafon Cone. 
028150 Trilafon 



RPP 



RPP 



SCH 



SCH 



SCH 



028312 
294799 
335118 
456055 


Trilafon 
Phenazine 
Apo-Perphenazine 
Perphenazine 


SCH 
ICN 
APX 
DTC 


028304 
296317 
335126 
456047 


Trilafon 
Phenazine 
Apo-Perphenaz ine 
Perphenazine 


SCH 
ICN 
APX 
DTC 


028290 
296309 
335134 
456039 


Trilafon 
Phenazine 
Apo-Perphenazine 
Perphenazine 


SCH 
ICN 
APX 
DTC 


028320 
294802 
335096 
481920 


Trilafon 
Phenazine 
Apo-Perphenazine 
Perphenazine 


SCH 
ICN 
APX 
DTC 


313823 


Crap 


MCN 


313815 


Orap 


MCN 


573817 


Orap 


MCN 


#279447 


Quide 


MER 


#037370 


Quide 


MER 



,1650 



1952 



1.5820 



.1395 



.0467 



.0145 



,0125 



,0115 



,0210 



.3760 



,2080 



,8200 



,3036 



1255 



2528 



O. Reg. 689/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6097 



28:CC Central Hervous Systim Drugs 



28:16:C8 Psychot heratitut ic Agents Trançui I ixers 



Pipotiazine Palnitate 
50ag/HL Inj Sol-laL Pk 

Pipotiazine Palmitate 
25ng/KL Inj So1-1bL Pk 



990507 Piportil L4 



427918 Piportil L4 



14.4733 



RPP 



RPP 



8.5333 



Pipotiazine Palpitate 
100ng/2mL Inj Sol-2i[a. Pk 



427926 Piportil L4 



23.5600 



RPP 



Proch 1 orperaz i ne 
10Bg/2fflL Inj Sol-2id. Pk 



578 1S5 Steaetil 



1.2350 



UP 



Prochlorperazine 
iBg/nL 0/L 



025216 Steaetil 



RPP 



.0361 



Proch 1 orperaz i ne 
Sng Sup 

Prochlorperazine 
lOag Sup 



#025356 Steaetil 



025364 Steaetil 



RPP 



RPP 



.3817 



.8120 



Prochlorperazine 
Sag Tab 



025682 Steaetil 



RPP 



.1245 



Proch 1 orperaz ine 
lOag Tab 

Proaazine 
50ag Tab 



025690 Steaetil 



034185 Sparine 
093599 Proaazine 



RPP 



WIE 
Die 



.1521 



.0449 



Proaazine 
25ng Tab 



034177 Sparine 
093SS0 Proaazine 



WÏE 
Die 



.0358 



Thioridazine 
30Bg/nL 0/L 

Thioridazine 
2ag/aL 0/L 



027359 .Mellaril 



027375 Mellaril 
238775 Thioridazine 



SAN 



SAN 
SAP 



.1130 



.0141 



Thioridazine 
SOag Tab 



027545 Mellaril 
037486 .Novoridazine 
238805 Thioridazine 
360236 .Apo-Thioridazine 
456098 Thioridazine 
♦575135 PMS-Thioridazine 



SAN 
NOP 
SAP 
APX 
DTC 
PMS 



.0381 



Thioridazine 
25ag Tab 



027537 .Mellaril 



SAN 



.0209 



2529 



6098 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 689/86 



28:00 Centrai Hervous System Drugs 



28iI6t08 Psycitotkerapeut ic Agents Trançui I ixtrs 



Thioridazine 
25mg Tab 



.0209 



037494 Novoridazine 
238791 Thioridazine 
360198 Apo-Thioridazine 
456071 Thioridazine 
♦575127 PMS-Thioridazine 



NOP 
SAP 
AFX 
DTC 
PMS 



Thioridazine 
lOOrag Tab 



027553 Mellaril 
037478 Novoridazine 
360244 Apo-Thioridazine 
456101 Thioridazine 
♦575143 PMS-Thioridazine 



.0744 



SAN 
NOP 
APX 
DTC 
PMS 



Thioridazine 
lOng Tab 



.0111 



027529 Mellaril 
037508 Novoridazine 
238783 Thioridazine 
360228 Apo-Thioridazine 
456063 Thioridazine 
♦575119 PMS-Thioridazine 



SAN 
NOP 
SAP 
APX 
DTC 
PMS 



Thiothixene 
5ng Cap 

Thiothixene 
2]ng Cap 

Thiothixene 
lOmg Cap 

Trifluoperazine 
Ing/mL Inj Sol-lmL Pk 

Trifluoperazine 
20ing/10mL Inj Sol-lOnL Pk 

Trifluoperazine 
lOmg/mL O/L 



024449 Navane 



024430 Navane 



024457 Navane 



026999 Stelazine 



#027006 Stelazine 



027022 Stelazine 
298212 Terfluzine 



PFI 



PFI 



PFI 



SKF 



SKF 



SKF 
ICN 



.2164 



,1259 



.2787 



1.3033 



9. 8550 



,1560 



Trifluoperazine 
5mg Tab 



.0070 



Trifluoperazine 
2ng Tab 



013919 Solazine 

021873 Novof lurazine 

027162 Stelazine 

249084 Trifluoperazine 

271527 Terfluzine 

312746 Apo-Trif luoperazine 



013900 Solazine 



HOR 
NOP 
SKF 
DTC 
ICN 
APX 



HOR 



.0050 



2530 



O. Reg. 689/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6099 



f:CC Central Serzous System Drugs 



28:16:08 Psychotherapeutic Agents Tranduitixers 



Trifluoperazine 
2Bg Tab 



Trifluoperazine 
lOag Tab 



.0050 



Tr i f I aoperaz i ne 
lag Tab 



021865 Novoflnrazine 
027154 Stelazine 
249076 Trifluoperazine 
303453 Terfluzine 
312754 Apo-Trif Inoperazine 



013927 Solazine 

0218S1 Novof lurazine 

027170 Stelazine 

249092 Trifluoperazine 

280399 Terfluzine 

326836 Apo-Trif Inoperazine 



013897 Solazine 

021857 Novoflurazine 

027146 Stelazine 

249068 Trifluoperazine 

294861 Terfluzine 

345539 Apo-Trif luoperazine 



28:16:12 Psychot herapeut ic Agents Other Psychotrofiics 



LithiuH Carbonate 
300Mg Cap 

Lithium Carbonate 
SOOmg Cap 

Lithiua Carbonate 
300ng Cap 

LithioH Carbonate 
ISOag Cap 

Lithiua Carbonate 
300ag LA Tab 

Lithiun Carbonate 
300Mg Tab 

Loxapine HCl 
2SHg/aL 0/L 

Loxapine Succinate 
SOsg Tab 

Losapine Succinate 
Sag Tab 



236683 Carbolith 
♦328790 Lithizine 
406775 Lithane 
461733 Carbolith 
♦590665 Duralith 
024406 Lithane 
361364 Loxapac 
346810 Loxapac 
346780 Loxapac 



.0115 



.0045 



NOP 
SKF 
DTC 
ICN 
API 



HOR 
NOP 
SKF 
DTC 

ICN 
APX 



mm 

NOP 
SKF 
DTC 

lO 
APX 



ICN .0520 
TCH .12-19 

PFI .0G40 

.0499 
ICN 

MCN .1320 

.0640 
PFI 



LED 



LED 



LED 



.4910 



.4650 



1485 



2531 



6100 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 689/86 



28:00 Central tiervous System Drugs 



28:16:12 Psychotherapeut ic Agents Other Psychotropics 



Loxapine Succinate 
25rag Tab 

Loxapine Succinate 
lOfflg Tab 

28:20:00 C.N.S. Stimulants 

Dexamphetamine Sulfate 
5mg Tab 

Methylphenidate HCl 
20mg LA Tab 

Methylphenidate HCl 
lOmg Tab 

Pemoline 
75mg Tab 

Pemoline 
37.5mg Tab 

28:24:00 Sedat ivts and Hypnot ics 

Anobarbital 
30mg Tab 

Anobarbital 
15mg Tab 

Anobarbital 
lOOmg Tab 

Anobarbital Sodiun 
60mg Cap 

Anobarbital Sodiun 
200ng Cap 

Butabarbital 
30rag Tab 

Butabarbital 
15mg Tab 

Butabarbital 
lOOng Tab 

Butabarbital Sodiun 
30ng Tab 



346802 Loxapac 
346799 Loxapac 

027065 Dexedrine 
♦632775 Ritalin SR 

005606 Ritalin 
♦397520 Cylert 
♦397512 Cylert 

015628 Any ta 1 
015601 Anytal 
015636 Anytal 
015148 Anytal Sodiun 
015156 Amytal Sodiun 
604607 Day-Barb 
604674 Day-Barb 
604615 Day-Barb 
581291 Butisol Sodium 



LED 



LED 



SKF 



CIB 



CIB 



ABB 



ABB 



LIL 



LIL 



LIL 



LIL 



LIL 



SAN 



SAN 



SAN 



HOR 



.3421 
.2134 

.1600 

3640 
.1970 

.9800 

.5100 

.0593 
.0485 
.1006 
.0650 
.1497 
.0410 
.0330 
.0890 



2532 



O. Reg. 689/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6101 



28:00 Central Servous System Drugs 



28:24:00 Sedat ives and Hypnot ics 



Butabarbital Sodini 
15ag Tab 

Butabarbital Sodim 
lOOag Tab 

Chloral Hydrate 
SOOag Cap 



581305 Bntisol Sodii 



581313 Botisol Sodimi 



020893 Novocblorhydrate 

029041 Noctec 

092886 Chloral Hydrate 



HOR 



HOR 



NOT 
SQC 
DTC 



.0504 



,1372 



.0244 



Chloral Hydrate 
lOOiig/HL 0/L 

Flarazepaa 
30Hg Cap 



Flvrazepaa 
15Bg Cap 



029327 Noctec 



SQL* 



012718 


Dalaane 


HLR 


414239 


So«-PaM 


ICN 


496553 


>'ovof Inpaa 


NOP 


521701 


Apo-Flnrazepaa 


API 


012696 


Dalaaae 


HLK 


414220 


Soa-Paa 


ICN 


496545 


Novof Inpaa 


N(M» 


521698 


Apo-F Inrazepaa 


API 



.0174 



.0317 



.0278 



Flarazepaa 
30ag Tab 

Flnrazepaa 
ISag Tab 

Methotriaepraziae 
25ag/aL Inj Sol-laL Pk 

Methotr iaepraz i ne 
Sag/aL 0/L 

Methotr iaepraz i ne 
40ag/aL 0/L 

Methotr iaepraz i ne 
50ag Tab 

Methotr iaepraz ine 
Sag Tab 

Methotr iaepraz ine 
25Bg Tab 

Methotr iaepraz i ne 
2ag Tab 



483818 Sowiol 



483826 Soanol 



025003 Nozinan 



025194 Nozinan 



025208 Nozinan 



025607 Nozinan 



025585 Nozinan 



025593 Nozinan 



025577 Nozinan 



HOR 



HOR 



RPP 



RPP 



RPP 



RPP 



RPP 



RPP 



RPP 



.0675 



.0600 



1.6820 



.0398 



.2907 



.2878 



.0739 



1900 



.0511 



2533 



6102 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 689/86 



28:00 Central l^ervous System Drugs 



28:24:00 Sedatives and Hypnotics 

Nitrazepam 
5mg Tab 



511528 Mogadon 



,1095 



HLR 



Nitrazepam 
lOng Tab 

Paraldehyde 

Inj Sol-5mL Pk 

Paraldehyde 
0/L 



511536 Mogadon 



012149 Paraldehyde 



002755 Paraldehyde 



HLR 



GLA 



AHA 



.1535 



1.2740 



.0360 



Pentobarbital Sodiuri 
lOOmg Cap 



000086 Nembutal 
020990 Novopentobarb 
093572 Pentobarbital 



ABB 
NOP 
DTC 



.0265 



Phénobarbital 
120mg/mL Inj Sol-lmL Pk 

Phénobarbital 
4ng/mL 0/L 



033367 Luminal 



588180 Phénobarbital 
604585 Phénobarbital 



WIN 



DTC 
SAN 



,5450 



.0107 



Phénobarbital 
60ng Tab 



023817 Phénobarbital 
093556 Phénobarbital 
320714 Phenobarbital-ICN 



PDA 
DTC 
ICN 



.0110 



Phénobarbital 
30mg Tab 



023809 Phénobarbital 
093521 Phénobarbital 
293903 Phenobarbital-ICN 
604550 Phénobarbital 



PDA 
DTC 
ICN 

SAN 



.0050 



Phénobarbital 
15mg Tab 



023795 Phénobarbital 
093505 Phénobarbital 
271276 Phenobarbital-ICN 
604542 Phénobarbital 



PDA 
DTC 
ICN 
SAN 



.0044 



Phénobarbital 
lOOmg Tab 



093564 Phénobarbital 
344036 Phenobarbital-ICN 
604577 Phénobarbital 



DTC 
ICN 

SAN 



.0137 



Promethazine HCl 
50ng/2mL Inj Sol-2inL Pk 

Promethazine HCl 
2mg/mL 0/L 



025046 Phenergan 



025429 Phenergan 



RPP 



RPP 



1.0483 



,0179 



2534 



O. Reg. 689/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6103 



28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



28:24:00 Sedat ives and Hypnot ics 

Proaethazine HCl 
Tm^/mL 0/L 

Promethazioe HCl 
12. Sag Sap 

Proaethazine HCl 
25ag Tab 

Proaethazine HCl 
lOag Tab 

Secobarbital Sodiua 
SOag Cap 

Secobarbital Sodiioi 
lOChig Cap 



Teaazepaa 
30iig Cap 

Teaazepaa 
15ag Cap 

Triazolaa 
O.Sag Tab 

Triazolaa 
0.2SBg Tab 

Triazolaa 
0.125ag Tab 



♦5S3979 niS-ProiwtliaziBe 
#025380 Phenergaa 
#213S96 Phenergaa 

025712 Phenergan 

015261 Seconal 



015288 Seconal 
021032 Novosecobarb 



604461 Restoril 



604453 Restoril 



443131 Halcion 



443158 Halcion 



512559 Halcion 



PMS 



RPP 



RPP 



RPP 



LIL 



LIL 
NOP 



SAN 



SAN 



UPJ 



UPJ 



UPJ 



.0179 



.6222 



.0717 



.0687 



.0639 



.0352 



,1500 



,1300 



1762 



.1479 



,1195 



36:00 Diagnost ic Agents 



36:04:00 Adrenal Insufficiency 

Cosyntropin 

Inj Pd-0.25ag Pk 

Cbsyntropin Zinc Hydroxide 
li«/aL Inj Svsp-laL Pk 



022381 Cortrosya 



253952 Synacthen Depot 



6.5800 



ORG 



15.9300 



CIB 



2535 



6104 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 689/86 



36:00 DiagnosT ic Agents 



36 '.26: 00 Diabetes He 1 1 it us 

Glucose Oxidase Reagent 
Stick-20 Pk 

Glucose Oxidase Reagent 
Stick-25 Pk 

Glucose Oxidase Reagent 
Stick-25 Pk 

Glucose Oxidase Reagent 
Stick-25 Pk 

Glucose Oxidase Reagent 
Stick-50 Pk 

Glucose Oxidase Reagent 
Strip-lOO Pk 

Glucose Oxidase Reagent 
Strip-50 Pk 

36:56:00 flyastkenia Gravis 

Edrophonium Chloride 
lOOmg/lOmL Inj Sol-lOmL Pk 

Neostigmine Methylsulfate 
O.Smg/mL Inj Sol-lmL Pk 

36:88:00 Urine Contents 

* Cupric Sulfate Reagent 
Tab- 100 Pk 



■f 980684 Glucoscan/GM 



990280 Visidex II 



990906 Chenstrip bG 



990922 Dextrostix 



>980676 Glucoscan 



+980706 Reflocheck 



990027 Chemstrip bG 



013064 Tensilon 



012955 Prostigmin 



980420 Clinitest 



* Glucose Oxidase Reagent (Qualitative) 

Stick-50 Pk 980633 Clinistix 

Glucose Oxidase Reagent (Semi-Quantitative) 

Stick-50 Pk 980641 Diastix 

Glucose Oxidase Reagent (Semi-Quantitative) 

Strip-50 Pk 990019 Chenstrip uGSOOO 

Glucose Oxidase/Sodiun Mtroprusside Reagent 

Stick-100 Pk 990647 Keto-Diastix 



LIF 9.5900 



AME 11.7500 



BOM 13.2000 



AME 11.7250 



LIF 23.9750 



BOM 39.5000 



BOM 2G.8000 



I 



HLR 



HLR 



AME 



AME 



9.4584 



.S49S 



6.0000 



3.3000 



AME 3 . 4000 



BOM 3 . 5000 



AME 8.7500 



36:88:00 Urine Contents 

Semiquantitative Glucose Ketones Reagent Analysis Paper 



Strip-50 Pk 

Sodium Mtroprusside Reagent 
Stick-50 Pk 

Sodium Mtroprusside Reagent 
Tab- 100 Pk 

Urine-Ketone Analysis Paper 
Strip-lOO Pk 

* Urine-Sugar Analysis Paper 
Strip-lOOPk 



+980692 Chenstrip LG 5000 K 
980595 Ketostix 
980560 Acetest 
990698 Chemstrip K 
980609 Tes-Tape 

2536 



BOM 



3.9000 



4.5500 



AME 



10.5000 



AME 



BOM 



LIL 



I 



7.S450 



5.9500 



t 



O. Reg. 689/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



610S 



4C:QC Electroiyt ic , Caloric and Water Balance 



40:08:00 Alkalinixing Agents 

Sodiim Bicarbonate (OTC) 
600ag Tab 100 Pk 

SodinB Bicarbonate (OTC) 
300ng Tab 100 Pk 



40:12:00 Replacement Agents 

Calcina Carbonate 
SOOMg Cbew Tab 

CalcioH Carbonate 
SOOag S. G. Cap 

CalcioH Carbonate 
TSOkig Tab 

Calcim Carbonate 
625Hg Tab 

Calcin Carbonate 
ISOOng Tab 

Calcin Carbonate 
12S0iig Tab 



221619 Sodioa Bicarbonate 



093068 Sodia Bicarbonate 
#502286 Sodiiu Bicarbonate 



♦648345 Calsan 



«648353 Calsan 



«625469 Caltrate 300 



541915 Os-Cal 250 



«626341 Caltrate 600 



541907 Os-Cal 500 
«618101 BioCal 



Calcina Carbonate & Calcin GInconolactate 
0.3g & 2.94g £ff Tab 

Calcin Carbonate & Calcin G lacoBO lactate 
1.5g S 3.08g Eff Tab 

Calcin Gluconate 
lOOOag/lOnL Inj Sol-lOaL Pk 

Calcin Gluconate (OTC) 
650ag Tab 100 Pk 



027588 Calcin-Sandoz Forte 



259497 Graacal 



027219 Calcin-Sandoz 
+535702 Calcin Gluconate 



023574 Calcium Gluconate 

094773 Calcium Gluconate 

241717 Calcina Gluconate 

«441473 Calcina Gluconate 



Calciua Gluconate S Calciua Glncoheptonate 
58.7ag i 172.lBg/«L 0/L 

Calcina Gluconogalactogluconate 
200Bg/aL 0/L 

Calciua Lactate (OTC) 
650ag Tab 100 Pk 



466425 Calciua-Rougier 

027383 Calciua-Sandoz 

«021253 Calciua Lactate 



DTC 



DTC 
CLK 



SA.N 



SAN 



LED 



AÏE 



LED 



ATE 
MIT 



SAN 



SAN 



SAN 
SQU 



PDA 
DTC 
WAM 
NOP 



ROG 



SAN 



NOP 



3.7000 



3.4000 



,1064 



10G4 



.0710 



.0856 



.0670 



.1018 



.3002 



.5040 



1.4000 



3.2000 



.0146 



.0202 



3.2000 



2537 



6106 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 689/86 



40:00 Eiectrolyt ic , Caloric and Water Balar.ce 



40'.12:00 Replacement Agents 

Calcium Lactate (OTC) 
650mg Tab 100 Pk 



Potassinn Chloride 
12raEq Eff Tab 

Potassium Chloride 
20mEq/10mL Inj Sol-lOmL Pk 

* Potassium Chloride 
lOmEq LA Cap 

* Potassium Chloride 
SmEq LA Cap 

Potassium Chloride 
lOmEq LA Tab 

* Potassium Chloride 
SnEq LA Tab 

* Potassium Chloride 
SmEq LA Tab 

* Potassium Chloride 
SmEq LA Tab 

* Potassium Chloride 
SmEq LA Tab 

* Potassium Chloride 
6.7mEq LA Tab 

* Potassium Chloride 
2.66mEq/nL 0/L 

* Potassium Chloride 
1.33mEq/mL 0/L 



Potassium Chloride 
25mEq/Pouch Oral Pd 7.8g Pk 

Potassium Chloride 
20mEq/Pouch Oral Pd-3g Pk 

* Potassium Gluconate 
1.33mEq/mL 0/L 



023590 Calcium Lactate 
094765 Calcium Lactate 



027596 Potass ium-Sandoz 
51197S Potassium Chloride 
♦632759 Micro-K-10 
516244 Micro-K Extencaps 
471496 Kalium Durules 
074225 Slow-K 
554308 Slo-Pot 600 
602876 Novolente-K 
602884 Apo-K 
501972 K-Long 



PDA 
DTC 



SAN 



SQU 



3.2000 



1994 



.7390 



ROB .0818 

ROB .0683 

AST .0623 

CIB .0515 

ICN .0151 

NOP .0158 

APX .0146 

AI>I .0710 
.0209 



208604 Kaochlor-20 Concentrate ADI 



208590 Kaochlor 
436984 K-10 
485284 Roychlor 
704504 Kay Ciel 



464813 K-Lyte/Cl 



481211 K-Lor 



026700 Potassium-Rougier 



ADI 

BEE 
ROY 
BER 



BRI 



ABB 



ROG 



.0122 



.4237 



.3010 



.0135 



« 



2538 



O. Reg. 689/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6107 



40:00 EUctrolyt ic , Caloric and Water Balance 



40:12:00 Rittacf^fff Agents 

* Potassi*ja Clnconate 
1.33B£q/HL 0/L 



208701 Kaon 
485357 Royonate 



ADI 
KOT 



.0136 



Potassiioi Gluconate 
5a£q Tab 

Sodim Chloride 
0.9Z Inj Sol-lOnL Pk 

Sodiini Chloride Bacteriostatic 
0.9Z Inj Sol-30id. Pk 

40:18:00 Potassixm-Removing Resins 

Polystyrene Sodinii Sulfonate 
l«Eq/g Oral Pd-454g Pk 

40:28:00 Diuret ics 



215503 Kaon 



990167 Sodim Chloride 



511943 Bacteriostatic Sodii 
Chloride 



033197 Kay exa late 



ADI 



SQU 



SQU 



.0806 



.9410 



1.0860 



48.3351 



WIN 



Acetazolaaide 
SOOag LA Cap 

Acetazolaaide 
250Bg Tab 



127930 Diaaox 




LED 


.5140 
.0204 


014907 Diaaox 




LED 




295019 Acetazolan 




ICf 




■^488275 Novozolanide 




NOP 




545015 Apo-Acetazolaai 


de 


API 





Aailoride HCl 
Sag Tab 

Aailoride HCl ft Hydrochlorothiazide 
5mg ft 50ag Tab 

Aainophylline 
SOOag/lOaL Inj So1-10dL Pk 

AMinophylline 
250mg/10aL Inj Sol-lOsL Pk 



Aainophylline 
21ag/aL O/L 

Aainophylline 

SOOng Sup 

AMinophylline 
250ag Sup 

Aainophylline 
200Hg Tab 



487805 Midaaor 



487813 Modaret 



>535672 Aainophylline 



012033 Aninophylline 
-»535664 Aninophylline 



379603 Palaron 



451673 Corophyllin 



451665 Corophyllin 



014931 Aainophylline 



MSD 
MSD 
SOU 
GLA 

squ 

FIS 
BEE 
BEE 
LED 



.2131 



.2641 



.8000 



.8000 



.0346 



.5423 



.4555 



.0600 



2539 



6108 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 689/86 



40:00 Electrotyt ic , Caloric and Water Balance 



40:28:00 Biuret ics 

Aminophflline 
lOOng Tab 



Chlorthalidone 
50mg Tab 



014923 Aninophylline 
092940 Aminoph^lline 



LED 
DTC 



.0215 



.0187 



010413 Hygroton GEI 

298964 Uridon ICN 

337447 Novothalidone NOP 

360279 Apo-Chlorthalidone APX 

398365 Chlorthalidone DTC 



Chlorthalidone 
lOOmg Tab 



.0305 



010421 Hygroton GEI 

293881 Uridon ICN 

337455 Novothalidone NOP 

360287 Apo-Chlorthalidone APX 

398373 Chlorthalidone DTC 



Ethacrynic Acid 
50mg Tab 

Forosemide 
20mg/2mL Inj Sol-2iaL Pk 



016497 Edecrin 



217743 Lasix 
#467766 Uritol 



MSD 



HOE 
HOR 



.2274 



.8800 



Furosemide 
lOmg/nL 0/L 

Forosemide 
40mg Tab 



432342 Lasix 



012580 Lasix 
332275 Furoside 
337749 Novosemide 
344079 Uritol 
362166 Apo-Furoseiiiide 
396249 Furosemide 



HOE 



HOE 
ICN 
NOP 
HOR 
APX 
DTC 



,1508 



.00S7 



Furosemide 
20mg Tab 



.0048 



289590 Lasix 
337730 Novosemide 
353612 Furoside 
396788 Apo-Furoseraide 
489131 Furosemide 



HOE 
NOP 
ICN 
APX 
DTC 



Hydrochlorothiazide 
SOmg Tab 



.0040 



#005576 Esidrix CIB 

016519 HydroDIURIL MSD 

021482 Novohydrazide NOP 

092703 Hydrochlorothiazide DTC 

209821 Hydrochlorothiazide SAP 

263907 Urozide ICN 
312800 Apo-Hydrochlorothiazide APX 



2540 



O. Reg. 689/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6109 



40iOC Elcctrotyt ic , Caloric and 9attr Balanci 



40:28:00 Diuretics 

Hydrochlorothiazide 
25ag Tab 



.0033 



Hydrochlorothiazide & SpironolactoBe 

SOag & 50ag Tab 

Bydrochlorothiazide S SpiroBolactone 
25Hg S 25Hg Tab 



Hydrochlorothiazide & Triaaterene 
2Siig & SÛHg Tab 



ladapaaide 
2. Sag Tab 

Methyldopa A Hydrochlorothiazide 
2S0ag & 25ag Tab 



Methyldopa &. Hydrochlorothiazide 
2S0Hg & 15ag Tab 



Metolazone 
lOiig Tab 

Metolazone 
Sag Tab 

Metolazone 
2. Sag Tab 

SpiroBolactoae 
2Si^ Tab 



#005568 Esidrix 
016500 HydroDIURIL 
021474 Novohydrazide 
092681 Hydrochlorothiazide 
263893 I'rozide 
326844 Apo-Hydrochlorothiazide 



594377 Aldactazide-SO 



Spiroaolactoae 
lOOag Tab 



180408 Aldactazide-25 
613231 Novo-Spirozine 



181528 Dyazide 
441775 Apo-Triazide 
532657 Novotriaazide 



564966 Lozide 



140597 Aldoril-25 
363634 N'ovodoparil-25 
#403490 Dopazide-25 
441716 Apo-Methazide-25 
584975 PMS-Dopazide-25 



140589 Aldoril-15 
363642 Novodoparil-15 
#403482 Dopazide-15 
441708 Apo-Methazide-15 
584967 PMS-Dopazide-15 



301671 Zaroxolya 

301698 ZaroKolyn 

301663 Zaroxolyn 

028606 Aldactone 
613215 Novo-SpirotOB 

285455 Aldactone 



CIB 
MSD 
NOP 

DTC 
ICN 
APX 



SEA 



SEA 
NOP 



SKF 
APX 
NOP 



SEV 



MSD 
NOP 
ICN 
APX 
PMS 



MSD 
NOP 
ICN 
APX 



PWC 



PWC 



PWC 



SEA 
NOP 



SEA 



.2502 



.0919 



.0317 



.3280 



.0619 



.0599 



.1765 



.1341 



.1024 



.0729 



.2250 



2541 



6110 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 689/86 



40:00 Electrolytic, Caloric and Water Balance 



40:28:00 Diuret ics 

Spironolactone 
lOOmg Tab 



Triamterene 
SOmg Tab 

Trianterene 
lOOng Tab 

40:40:00 Uricosuric Drugs 

Probenecid 
SOOmg Tab 



Sulfinpyrazone 
200mg Tab 



Sulfinpyrazone 
lOOng Tab 



544477 Sincomen 
613223 Novo-Spiroton 



299715 Dyrenion 
027138 Dyreniun 



BER 
NOP 



SKF 



SKF 



016616 


Benenid 


MSD 


294926 


Benuryl 


ICN 


010529 


Anturan 


GEI 


441767 


Apo-Sulf inpyrazone 


APX 


463051 


Zynol 


HOR 


475076 


Novopyrazone 


NOP 


481181 


Antazone 


ICN 


481947 


Sulfinpyrazone 


DTC 


010510 


Anturan 


GEI 


441759 


Apo-Sulf inpyrazone 


APX 


463043 


Zynol 


HOR 


475068 


Novopyrazone 


NOP 


481173 


Antazone 


ICN 


481955 


Sulfinpyrazone 


DTC 



.2250 



.1117 



.1372 



,1019 



.0507 



.0305 



48:00 Cough Préparât ions 



48:04:00 Ant itussives 

Clophedianol Hydrochloride 
5mg/mL O/L 

Codeine Phosphate 
30mg/iiiL Inj Sol-lmL Pk 

Codeine Phosphate 
Smg/mL O/L 



Codeine Phosphate 
60ing Tab 



Codeine Phosphate 
30rag Tab 



026328 Ulone 



303879 Codeine 



2542 



RIK 



AHA 



018678 


Codeine 




NDA 


093114 


Codeine 




DTC 


003247 


Codeine 




AHA 


093149 


Codeine 




DTC 


003239 


Codeine 




AHA 


018694 


Codeine 




NDA 


093130 


Codeine 




DTC 


+593451 


Codeine 


Phosphate 


TCH 



.0291 



.5160 



.0160 



.1552 



.0630 



O. Reg. 689/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6111 



48:00 Cough Préparât ions 



48:04:00 Ant itussives 



Codeine Phosphate 
15mg Tab 






xtronethorphan (as Polistirex) 
6ag/BL 0/L 

Dextroaethorphan HBr 
3Hg/aL 0/L 



003220 Codeine 
018686 Codeine 
093122 Codeine 
■^593435 Codeine Phosphate 



589888 DelsTH 



391069 DM-Syrnp 
436895 Koffex 
454389 Robidex 



AHA 
NDA 
DTC 

TCH 



PWC 



PDA 
ROG 
ROB 



.0430 



.0276 



.0067 



Hydrocodone Bitartrate 
lMg/«L 0/L 



Hydrocodone Bitartrate 
Sag Tab 

48:08:00 Expectorants 

Acetylcysteine 
20% Aero Sol-10«L Pk 

Acetylcysteine 
207. Aero Sol-30aL Pk 

* Guaifenesin 
40«g/nL 0/L 



#307858 Corntol DH 
316970 Robidone 
585580 Hycodan 



585572 Hvcodan 



606235 MncoMyst 



990833 Mncoayst 



#296228 Corutol Expectorant 



DOff 
ROB 

DIP 



DIP 



BRI 



.0240 



.2635 



5.8240 



14.2230 



BRI 



DOW 



.0258 



* Coaifenesin 
20iiig/BL 0/L 



026468 RobitassiB 
026794 Guaifenesin 



.0058 



ROB 
ROG 



Gaaifenesin (Sugar Free) 

20Bg/»L 0/L 

Organically bound Iodine (as lodinated 
6Hg/ML 0/L 

Organically bound Iodine (as lodinated 
ISag Tab 



990930 Guaifenesin Sugar Free ROG 



Glycerol) 

354910 OrganidiB 

Glycerol ) 

354902 OrganidiB 



HOR 



HOR 



.0069 



.0161 



.0684 



2543 



6112 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 689/86 



52:00 Eye, Ear, î^ose and Throat Préparât ions 



52:04:04 Ant i-Infect ives Ant ibiot ics 

Bacitracin 
500U/g Oph Oint-Sg Pk 

Chloramphenicol 
1% Oph Oint-3.5g Pk 



Chloramphenicol 
0.5% Oph Sol 



Chloramphenicol 
0.257. Oph Sol 



Chloramphenicol 
0.5% Ot Sol 



327476 Bacignent 



001058 Fenicol 
024066 Chloromycetin 



001082 Chloroptic 
221678 Chloromycetin 
403474 Isopto Fenicol 



#239879 Isopto Fenicol 
704598 Pentamycetin 



349615 Chloromycetin 



Colistin Base & Neomycin Base & Hydrocortisone Acetate 
3mg & 3.3mg & lOmg/mL Ot Susp 476439 Coly-Mycin Otic 



Franycetin Sulfate 
0.5% Oph 0int-5g Pk 

Framycetin Sulfate 
0.5% Oph Sol 



026964 Sofranycin 



026921 Soframycin 



Framycetin Sulfate & Gramicidin & Dexamethasone 
5mg & 50mcg & 0.5mg/mL Ot Sol 228052 Sofracort 



Gentamicin & Betamethasone Sodium Phosphate 
3fflg & Img/mL Ot Drops 



Gentamicin Sulfate 
0.3% Oph 0int-3.5g Pk 

Gentamicin Sulfate 
0.3% Oph Sol 



+614270 Garasone 



028339 Garamycin 



436771 Alcomicin 
512192 Garamycin 



UPJ 



ALC 
PDA 



ALL 

PDA 
ALC 



ALC 
BER 



PDA 



PDA 



ROU 



ROU 



ROU 



SCH 



SCH 



ALC 

SCH 



1.2432 



2.1490 



,1750 



.3900 



,4483 



1.2070 



3.9000 



,7125 



.9810 



1.3160 



4.9284 



.5000 



Gentamicin Sulfate 
0.3% Ot Sol 

Polymyxin B Sulfate & Bacitracin (Zinc) 
lO.OOOU & 500U/g Oph 0int-3.5g Pk 

Polymyxin B Sulfate & Gramicidin 
lO.OOOU & 0.025mg/mL Oph/Ot Sol 



512184 Garamycin 
299219 Polysporin 
035343 Polysporin 



Polymyxin B Sulfate & Neomycin Sulfate & Bacitracin (Zinc) 
lOOOOU & 5mg & 400U/g Oph 0int-3.5g Pk 522422 Neosporin 



SCH 



BWE 



BWE 



BWE 



1.0733 



2.9400 



.3120 



4.5000 



2544 



O. Reg. 689/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6113 



S2:0C Eye, Ear. ^ose and Throat Préparât ions 



S2:C4:C4 Ant i-lnftct ivts Ant ibiot ics 

Polymyxin B Sulfate & NecMycin Sulfate S Flnocinolone Acetonide 
lOOobu à Sag & 0.25ag/aL Ot Sol 1S9499 Synalar Bi-Otic 

Polyayxin B Sulfate h .Neoaycin Sulfate S Granicidia 
lOOOOl' & 2. Sag i. 0.025ag/aL Oph/Ot Sol 601659 Neosporia 

Polyayxin B Sulfate & .Neoaycin Sulfated Hydrocortisone 



10.0001' S Sag & lOag/al Ot-Sol 

Tobraaycin 
0.3Z Oph Giat 

Tobraaycin 
0.3X Oph Sol 

S2i04:C8 Ant i-Inftct ivts Sut fonamides 

Salfacetaaide (Sodiua) 
lOZ Oph Oiiit-3.5g Pk 



694401 Cortisporia 
614254 Tobrex 
513962 Tobrex 



028347 Salaayd 
252522 Cetaaide 



SIP 



BWE 



BW£ 



ALC 



ALC 



SCH 
ALC 



1.3000 



.5250 



.9640 



1.8000 



1.2900 



1.6485 



Salfacetaaide (Sodiua) 
30Z Oph Sol 

Salfacetaaide (Sodiua) 
lOZ Opk Sol 



028061 Salaayd 



000965 Isopto Cetaaide 
001287 Bleph-10 
028053 Salaayd 



52:04:12 Ant i'lnftet ivts Other Ant i-Inftct ivts 



Idoxuridine 
0.5Z Oph 0iat-4g Pk 

Idoxuridine 
0.1% Oph Sol 

Trif luridine 

\r. Oph Sol 

Vidarabine 
3: Oph 0iBt-3.5g Pk 

52:08:00 Ant i-Inflcaamat ory Agents 

Becloaethasone Oipropionate 
Nas Sp 200-dose Pk 



Dexaaethasone 
O.IZ Oph 0iBt-3.5g Pk 



027200 Stoxil 



001120 Herplex 
027014 Stoxil 



589055 Viroptic 
381780 Vir»-A 



3S968S Beconase 
4220S3 Vancenase 



042579 Maxidex 



SCH 



ALC 
ALL 
SCH 



.2347 



.0790 



13.0000 



SKF 



ALL 
SKF 



.6390 



2.5330 



BWE 



11.4400 



PDA 



10.9000 



AHA 
SCH 



ALC 



5.0700 



2545 



6114 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 689/86 



S2:C0 Eye, Ear, Hose and Throat Préparât ions 



52:08:00 Ant i-Inf lammat ory Agents 

Dexanethasone 
0.1% Oph Sol 

Dexanethasone 
O.IZ Oph/Ot Sol 

Fluraethasone Pivalate & lodocfalorhydroxyqain 
0.02Z * U Ot Sol 

Flunisolide 
0.025Z Nas Sp-25inL Pk 

Fluoronetholone 
0.1% Oph Susp 

Hydrocortisone & Atropine Sulfate 
2.5% & 1% Oph 0int-3g Pk 

Methy Ipredn iso lone 
0.1% Oph 0int-3g Pk 

Methy Ipredn iso lone 
0.1% Oph/Ot Sol 

Prednisolone Acetate 
1% Oph Sol 

Prednisolone Acetate 
0.12% Oph Sol 

Prednisolone Acetate & Atropine Sulfate 
0.25% & 1% Oph Sol 

Prednisolone Sodium Phosphate 
1% Oph Sol 

Prednisolone Sodium Phosphate 
0.125% Oph Sol 

52:16:00 Local Anestket tes 

Benzydamine HCl 
0.15% Oral Rinse 

Lidocaine HCl 
2% 0/L 

52:20:00 niotics 

Carbachol 
3% Oph Sol 



042560 Maxidex 

016217 Decadron 

1 
074454 Locacorten-Viofom 

421456 Rhinalar 

247855 FML 

062251 HC-Atropine 1% 
)it358711 Medrol 

030791 Medrol 

301175 Pred Forte 

299405 Pred Mild 

411124 Mydrapred 
'^526460 Inflamase Forte 
^526452 Inflaaiase Mild 



574171 Tantum 



0016S6 Xylocaine Viscous 



000663 Isopto Carbachol 



ALC 



MSD 



CIB 



1.3500 



1.4180 



,9320 



SYP 



14.5500 



1.0610 



ALL 



13.3500 



AHA 



UPJ 



UPJ 



ALL 



ALL 



ALC 



CEV 



CEV 



RIK 



AST 



ALC 



2.3500 



.9000 



1.0200 



,9240 



1.8500 



1.2240 



1.0900 



.0505 



.0650 



.5574 



2546 



U. Reg. 689/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



t 

52:00 Eye, Ear, ^osi and Throat Préparât ions 



6115 



j 52:20:00 Hiot ics 



Carbachol 
1.5' Oph Sol 

Echothiophate Iodide 
0.25:: Opb Sol 

Echothiophate Iodide 
0.125" Oph Sol 

I Echothiophate Iodide 
i 0.06% Oph Sol 

i Pilocarpine HCl 

4*: Oph Gel 

Pilocarpine HCl 
6Z Oph Sol 



000655 Isopto Carbachol 



002348 Phospholine Iodide 



002313 Phospholioe Iodide 



052817 Phospholiae Iodide 



'»575240 Pilopine HS 



000892 Isopto Carpine 
526738 Miocarpine 



ALC 



AYE 



AÏE 



AÏE 



ALC 



ALC 
CEV 



.5454 



3.2460 



2.8660 



2.4980 



2.1280 



.2688 



Pilocarpine HCl 
4Z Oph Sol 



000884 Isopto Carpine 
527572 Miocarpine 



.1912 



ALC 
CEV 



Pilocarpine HCl 
3Z Oph Sol 

Pilocarpine HCl 
2Z Oph Sol 



#000876 Isopto Carpine 



000868 Isopto Carpine 
527556 Miocarpine 



ALC 



ALC 
CEV 



.3080 



.1665 



Pilocarpine HCl 
n Oph Sol 



000841 Isopto Carpine 
527548 Miocarpine 



.1493 



ALC 
CEV 



Pilocarpine HCl 
0.5Z Oph Sol 

Pilocarpine HCl & Epinephrine Bitartrate 
6Z S 17. Oph Sol 

Pilocarpine HCl & Epinephrine Bitartrate 
47. & 17. Oph Sol 

Pilocarpine HCl St. Epinephrine Bitartrate 
2Z & 1% Oph Sol 

Pilocarpine HCl St. Epinephrine Bitartrate 
IZ â IZ Oph Sol 

52:24:00 Mydriatics 

Atropine Sulfate 
ir. Oph Oint-3.5g Pk 



000833 Isopto Carpine 



526428 E-Pilo 6 



526401 E-Pilo 4 



526371 E-Pilo 2 



526363 E-Pilo 1 



252484 Atropine Sulfate 



ALC 



CEV 



CEV 



CEV 



CEV 



ALC 



.2575 



.7157 



.6776 



.6037 



.5992 



3.3600 



2547 



6116 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



p. Reg. 689/86 



52:00 Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Préparât ions 



52:24:00 fiydriatics 

Atropine Sulfate 
2Z Oph Sol 

Atropine Sulfate 
17. Oph Sol 



Dipivefrin HCl 
0.1% Oph Sol 

Epinephrine Bitartrate 
27. Oph Sol 

Epinephrine HCl 
27. Oph Sol 



Epinephrine HCl 
IX Oph Sol 



Epinephrine HCl 
0.5% Oph Sol 

Epinephryl Borate 
17. Oph Sol 

Epinephryl Borate 
0.57. Oph Sol 

Honatropine HBr 
57. Oph Sol 

Honatropine HBr 
27. Oph Sol 

Phenylephrine HCl 
2.5% Oph Sol 

Phenylephrine HCl 
0.12% Oph Sol 

52:32:00 Vasoconstrictors 

Naphazoline HCl (OTC) 
0.1% Oph Sol 15nL Pk 



Oxynetazoline HCl 
0.025% Oph Sol 



527955 SMP Atropine 



035017 Isopto Atropine 
527947 SMP Atropine 



529117 Propine 



002356 Epitrate 



001112 Epifrin 
358223 Glaucon 



001104 Epifrin 
358231 Glaucon 



001090 Epifrin 
323659 Eppy/N 1% 
#323640 Eppy/N 1/2% 
000787 Isopto Honatropine 
000779 Isopto Homatropine 
465763 Mydfrin 
395161 Prefrin 



001147 Albalon 
343978 Opcon 
390283 Naphcon Forte 
528005 Vasocon 



543454 Ocuclear 



CEV 



ALC 

CEV 



ALL 



AYE 



ALL 
ALC 



ALL 
ALC 



ALL 



BHI 



BHI 



ALC 



ALC 



ALC 



ALL 



ALL 
HCl 
ALC 
CEV 



SCH 



.8042 



.52S4 



1.3574 



1.3335 



,6149 



.7045 



,7291 



,6000 



.5590 



.5657 



,4782 



.8054 



,2834 



5.4000 



.2860 



«ri 



2548 



O. Reg. 689/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6117 



52:00 Eye, Ear, I^'ose and Throat Préparât ions 



52:32: 00 Vasoconstrictors 



Phenylephrine HCl (OTC) 
0.257. Nas Sol 25bL Pk 

Xylometazoline HCl (OTC) 
0.1% Mas Sol 25mL Pk 



#561819 Neo-Synephrine 



537411 
650854 



Sustaine 
Otrivin 



STP 



WIN 
CIB 



3.7000 



2.0000 



Xyloaetazoline HCl (OTC) 
0.05Z Nas Sol 25hL Pk 



537381 
623458 



Sustaine 
Otrivin 



1.9000 



VIN 
CIB 



52:36:00 Other Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Agents 



Acetazol aside 
SOOag LA Cap 

Acetazolamide 
250ag Tab 



Dextran 40/Hydroxypropyl Methylcellalose 

Oph Sol 

Dextran 70/Hydroxy propyl Methylcellolose 
Oph Sol 

Bydroxyethylcellnlose & Polyvinylpyrrolidone 
Oph Sol 

Indomethacin 
\7. Oph Susp 

Levobanolol HCl 
0.5Z Oph Sol 

• Methylcellulose 
IZ Oph Sol 



* Methylcellulose 
0.5Z Oph Sol 

Petrolatn* & Mineral Oil (DPP) 
947. & 27. Oph 0int-3.5g Pk 

PetrolatuB & Mineral Oil (DPP) 
80% & 20Z Oph 0int-3.5g Pk 

Petrolatmi S Mineral Oil (DPP) 
557. & 42. 5Z Oph 0int-3.5g Pk 



127930 Diaaox 




LED 


-5140 
.0204 


014907 Dianox 




LED 




295019 Acetazolaa 




ICN 




488275 Novozolanide 




NOP 




545015 Apo-Acetazolaai 


de 


API 


.2554 


544787 Maro Tears 




HCl 





390291 Tears Naturale 



656216 


Adsorbotear 


594458 


Indocid 


♦637661 


Betagan 


000817 


Isopto Tears 


514705 


Mnrocel 


000809 


Isopto Tears 


469688 


Duratears 


514691 


Duolube 


210889 


Lacri-Lube 



ALC 



ALC 



MSD 



ALL 



ALC 
HCl 



ALC 



ALC 



HCl 



ALL 



.2912 



.2912 



3.3S00 



1.5560 



.2949 



.2722 



2.9265 



2.8798 



3.0342 



2549 



6118 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 689/86 



52:00 Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Preparations 



52:36:00 Other Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Agents 



Polyvinyl Alcohol 
27. Oph Sol 

Polyvinyl Alcohol 
1.4Z Oph Sol 

Polyvinyl Alcohol 
1% Oph Sol 

Polyvinyl Alcohol 
O.IZ Oph Sol 

Polyvinyl Alcohol & Polyvinylpyrrolidone 
Oph Sol 



368911 Liqnifiln Forte 
045616 Liquifiln Tears 
•»606391 Hypotears 
469033 Neo-Tears 
S7940S Tears Plus 



Sodium Carboxymethylcellulose & Gelatin & Pectin 

Oral Top Oint 990272 Orabase 



SodiuB Chloride 
5% Oph 0int-3.5g Pk 

Sodinn Chloride 
57. Oph Sol 

Sodinm Cromoglycate 
2Z Nas Sol-26mL Pk 

Sodinn Cromoglycate 
27. Oph Sol 

Sodium Cromoglycate 
lOmg/Cart Pd Inh 

Timolol Maleate 
0.57. Oph Sol 

Timolol Maleate 
0.257. Oph Sol 



514675 Mnro-128 



514667 Muro-128 



605255 



Rynacrom 
Opticrom 
Rynacrom 
451207 Timoptic 
451193 Timoptic 



394300 



328944 



ALL 



ALL 



CEV 



BHI 



ALL 



SQU 



HCI 



HCI 



FIS 



FIS 



.34G1 



.2341 



.1717 



.2300 



.2341 



,3453 



3.7917 



.2949 



16.5010 



1.1470 



FIS 



MSD 



MSD 



.2112 



2.2960 



1.9400 



2550 



O. Reg. 689/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6119 



S6:C0 Castrointest inat Drugs 



56:04:00 Antacids and Adsorbents 

* Aluinu Hydroxide 
60ag/aL 0/L 

Alainim Hydroxide 
eOOag Tab 

Altminim Hydroxide (Dried Gel) 
60(hig Tab 



034002 Aaphojel 
Aaphojel 
AlB-Tab 



208965 



313297 



Altminim Hydroxide à Magnesin Hydroxide (DPP) 
eOOag à SOOiig Chew Tab 541125 

621544 

AlmiBioi Hydroxide S Magnesim Hydroxide <DPP) 
ISOag à 70ag/BL O/L 531154 

Alminmi Hydroxide S MagnesisH Hydroxide (DPP) 
120ag à 60Kg/BL O/L 491217 

497037 

AlaiBOM Hydroxide & Magnesiim Hydroxide (DPP) 
lOOag à lOOag/aL O/L 515655 

Alninim Hydroxide à Magnesiua Hydroxide (DPP) 
gOag à 80ag/mL O/L 420646 

* Altminm Hydroxide à Magnesin Hydroxide (DPP) 
40iig à 40ag/HL O/L 013625 

026530 
261173 
476471 

AlniniDi Hydroxide & Magnesiim Hydroxide (DPP) 
400ag a 400mg Tab 026549 

483605 

AlimiBiDi Hydroxide & Magnesin Hydroxide (DPP) 



Maalox TC 
Diovol Ex 



200ag & 200«g Tab 

Magaldrate 
480iig Ckew Tab 

Magaldrate 
96«g/mL O/L 

Magaldrate 
1080ag/«L O/L 

* Magnes ira Hydroxide (OTC) 
SOng/aL O/L 450aL Pk 

* Magnesim Hydroxide (OTC) 
SOag/aL O/L 500mL Pk 



WYE 



WÏE 



RIK 



ROR 



Gelvsil Extra Strength PDA 



Diovol Ex 


HOR 


Maalox TC 


ROR 


Aaphojel 500 


WYE 


Mylaata-2 Plaia 


PDA 


Uni vol 


HUR 


Maalox 


ROR 


Neutral ca-S 


DES 


Celnsil 


PDA 


Maalox 


ROR 


Celusil 400 


PDA 


Gelusil 


PDA 



.0090 



.0805 



.0892 



.1001 



.0138 



.0143 



.0131 



.0131 



.0085 



.0632 



.0607 



476455 

571229 Riopan AYE 

571202 Riopan AYE 

»640476 Riopan Extra Strength AYE 

036218 Milk of Magnesia WAM 3.1500 

093807 Milk of Magnesia DTC 2.9000 



.0521 



.0085 



.0122 



2551 



6120 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 689/86 



56:0C Castrointest inal Drugs 



56:04: 00 Antacids and Adsorbents 



Magnesium Hydroxide (OTC) 
300mg Tab 100 Pk 



093815 Milk of Magnesia 



2.3000 



DTC 



56:08:00 Ant idiarrhea Agents 



Camphorated Tincture of Opiun (Paregoric) 
0/L 



095680 Camphor Co. Tincture DTC 



.0176 



Diphenoxylate HCl 
0.5mg/mL 0/L 



399353 Lomotil 



SEA 



.1480 



Diphenoxylate HCl 
2.5mg Tab 



399345 Lomotil 



SEA 



.2478 



Kaolin & Pectin & Paregoric 
0/L 



346756 Donnagel-PG 



ROB 



.0260 



* Kaolin & Pectin Compound 
0/L 



030864 Kaopectate 



UPJ 



.0076 



Loperamide HCl 
2mg Cap 



579343 Imodium 



JAN 



.4130 



Loperamide HCl 
0.2ing/mL 0/L 



610062 Imodium 



JAN 



.0717 



56:12:00 Cat hart ics 



Bisacodyl (OTC) 
2mg/mL Enema 5mL Pk 



286265 Dulcolax 



4.1000 



BOE 



* Bisacodyl (OTC) 
5mg Ent Tab 30 Pk 



254142 Dulcolax 
267066 Bisacolax 
545023 Apo-Bisacodyl 



1.5000 



BOE 
ICN 
APX 



Bisacodyl (QIC) 
lOng/SraL Rect Sol 5mL Pk 



#067369 Dulcolax 



1.G800 



BOE 



Bisacodyl (OTC) 
5mg Sup 3 Pk 



003867 Dulcolax 



4.1000 



BOE 



* Bisacodyl (OTC) 
lOmg Sup 6 Pk 



003875 Dulcolax 
261327 Bisacolax 
404802 Bisacodyl 



1.6500 



BOE 
ICS. 
TCH 



Cascara Sagrada (OTC) 
300mg Tab 100 Pk 



023620 Cascara Sagrada 
093300 Cascara Sagrada 



4.4500 



PDA 
DTC 



Castor Oil (OTC) 
Emu Is llSmL Pk 



127922 Neoloid 



8.3000 



LED 



2552 



O. Reg. 689/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6121 



S6:C0 Castroint est inal Drugs 



56: 12:00 Cathart ics 

Castor Oil (OTC) 
0/L 50mL Pk 

Danthron (OTC) 
7.5Bg/mL 0/L 114«L Pk 

Danthron (OTC) 
75ng Tab 100 Pk 



0940S0 Castor Oil 



323810 Modaae 



026352 Dorbane 
323802 Modane 



Docusate Calcinn (Dioctyl Calcim Snlfosnccinate) (OTC) 
50ng Cap 100 Pk 012483 Surfak 

Docusate Calciara (Dioct^l Calciim Salfosnccinate) (OTC) 
240Hg Cap 30 Pk 012491 Surfak 

-»664553 pns-Docusate Calciun 

* Docasate Sodium (Dioctyl Sodina Salfosnccinate) (OTC) 

lOOag Cap 100 Pk 464767 Colace 

472166 Regulex 

473111 Docusate Sodioa 

Docusate Sodima (Dioctyl Sodinn Sulfosnccinate) (OTC) 
4ng/BL O/L 250iaL Pk 464783 Colace 

Docusate SodiuH (Dioctyl Sodimi Salfosnccinate) (OTC) 



lOng/iaL 0/L 25«L Pk 

* Glycerin (OTC) 
2.7g Sup 24 Pk 



* Glycerin (OTC) 
1.8g Sup 24 Pk 



* Grain & Citrus Fibre (OTC) 
Tab 100 Pk 



* Magnes in* Hydroxide (OTC) 
80Bg/«L 0/L 450iaL Pk 

* MagnesiuB Hydroxide (OTC) 
80ng/mL 0/L SOOiaL Pk 

lagnesiuH Hydroxide (OTC) 
SOOng Tab 100 Pk 

lineral Oil (OTC) 
Enena 130raL Pk 



464775 Colace 



990485 Glycerin 
990825 Glycerin 
990868 Glycerin 



145416 Glycerin 
222801 Glycerin 
094056 Glycerin 



512656 Fibyrax 
595829 Novo-Fibre 



036218 Milk of Magnesia 
093807 Milk of Magnesia 
093815 Milk of Magnesia 

107875 Fleet 



DTC 



1.6000 



9.5500 



ADI 



19.5000 



RIK 
ADI 



20.6000 



HOE 



HOE 
PMS 



BRI 
AYE 
KLP 



7.2000 



8.3000 



BRI 



BRI 



11.3000 



8.3000 



2.1000 



PDA 






ROG 






DTC 








2 


2000 


ROG 






PDA 






DTC 








4 


4000 


ROU 






NOP 






WAM 


3 


2000 


DTC 


2 


9000 




2 


3000 



DTC 



FRS 



4.9000 



2553 



6122 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 689/86 



56:00 Castrointest inat Drugs 



56:12:00 Cathartics 



* Mineral Oil (OTC) 
0/L 500mL Pk 

Psyllion Mucilloid (OTC) 
Gran lOOg Pk 

* Psyllium Macilloid (OTC) 
Oral Pd 340g Pk 



093947 Mineral Oil DTC 



536695 Prodiem Plain ROR 



24243S Metamncil SEA 

387177 Karacil ICN 

545465 Oispensalax DPP 

551546 Novo-Mucilax NOP 

599875 Natural Source Laxative LEA 



3.8000 



4.6000 



4.2000 



* Psyllium Seed Husks (OTC) 
Oral Pd 450g Pk 

Sennosides A & B (OTC) 
15mg/3g Gran 200g Pk 

Sennosides A & B (OTC) 
5mg/mL O/L 2S0raL Pk 

Sennosides A & B (OTC) 
30ing Sup 6 Pk 

* Sennosides A & B (OTC) 
12mg Tab 100 Pk 

* Sennosides A & B (OTC) 
8.6mg Tab 100 pk 



19.0000 



990078 Siblin 



026042 Senokot 



367729 Senokot 



026107 Senokot 



027502 Glysennid 



026158 Senokot 
604402 Glysennid 



PDA 



Sodium Biphosphate & Sodium Phosphate (OTC) 
160mg & 60mg/mL Ped Rect Sol 65raL Pk 108065 Fleet 

* Sodium Biphosphate & Sodium Phosphate (OTC) 
160mg & 60mg/mL Rect Sol 130mL Pk 009911 Fleet 

Sodium Citrate & Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate (OTC) 

Micro Enema 4 Pk +024848 Microlax 

56:16:00 Disestants 



PFR 



PFR 



PFR 



11.7000 



11.1000 



4.8000 



i 



SAN 



PFR 
SAN 



FRS 



FRS 



PHD 



12.5000 



9.2000 



3.2500 



3.5000 



4.5000 



Aprotinin 
100,000KIU/10mL Inj Sol-lOmL Pk 

Glutamic Acid HCl 
340mg Cap 

Pancreatin 

Oral Pd-H5g Pk 



513954 Trasylol 



015210 Acidulin 



651672 Viokase 



23.01S0 



MIT 



.1559 



LIL 



28.8512 



ROB 



2554 



O. Reg. 689/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6123 



S6:C0 Castrointest inal Drugs 



56:16:00 Digestants 

Pancreatin 
325ng Tab 

Pancrelipase equivalent to Lipase & An^lase 
8.000 & 30,000 à 30,0001SP U Cap 

Pancrelipase equivalent to Lipase & Aaylase 
8,000 & 30,000 à 30,0001SP U 
Ent Microsph Cap 

Pancrelipase equivalent to Lipase St Amylase 
4,000 & 20,000 & 25,000LSP U 
Ent Microsph Cap 

I 56:22:00 Ant iemet ics and Ant inavstant s 

! 

{ Diaenhydrinate 

50mg/5Bd. Inj So1-5bL Pk 



Diaenhydrinate 
250ag/5HL laj Sol -Sid. Pk 



651680 Viokase 

&. Protease 
263818 Cotazy* 

à Protease 

502790 Cotazya ECS 

& Protease 

591548 Pancrease 



ROB 



ORG 



ORG 



MCN 



013560 


Gravol 


HOR 


511986 


Diaenhydrinate 


SQU 


013579 


Gravol 


HOR 


511994 


Diaenhydriaate 


SQU 



.1075 



,1317 



.2734 



.2132 



.9397 



1 . 4000 



• Diaenhydriaate 
Sag/aL 0/L 

• Diaenhydrinate 
50ag Sup 

* Diaenhydrinate 

lOOag Sup 

* Diaenhydrinate 
50ag Tab 



230197 Gravol 



013595 Gravol 



013609 Gravol 



013803 Gravol Filakote 
021423 Novodiaenate 
209783 Diaenhydrinate 
272671 Travaaine 
363766 Apo-Diaenfaydrinate 
398381 Diaenhydrinate 
457515 Diaenhydrinate 
586331 PMS-Diaenhydriaate 



HOR 



HOR 



HOR 



HOR 
NOP 
SAP 
ICN 
APX 
DTC 
CLK 
PMS 



.0367 



.2489 



.2620 



.0060 



* Diaenhydrinate 
15ag Tab 

Meclizine HCl 
25ag Tab 

Nabi lone 
lag Cap 



511196 Gravol Filakote 



220442 Bonaaine 



548375 Cesaaet 



HOR 



PFI 



LIL 



.1299 



1803 



4.5300 



2555 



6124 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 689/86 



56:00 Castrointest inal Drugs 



S6:40iOO nisce I laneous G.I. Drugs 

Cimetidine 
eOmg/nL 0/L 

Cimetidine 
SOOmg Tab 

Cimetidine 
600mg Tab 



Cimetidine 
400mg Tab 



Cimetidine 
SOOmg Tab 



Cimetidine 
200mg Tab 



397482 Tagamet 
61S616 Peptol 



SKF 



HOR 



563587 


Tagamet 


SKF 


584282 


Peptol 


HOR 


600067 


Apo-Cimetidine 


AFX 


603686 


Novocimetine 


NOP 


563579 


Tagamet 


SKF 


568449 


Peptol 


HOR 


600059 


Apo-Cimetidine 


APX 


603678 


Novocimetine 


NOP 


397474 


Tagamet 


SKF 


487872 


Apo-Cimetidine 


APX 


546240 


Peptol 


HOR 


582417 


Novocimetine 


NOP 


546232 


Peptol 


HOR 


563560 


Tagamet 


SKF 


582409 


Novocimetine 


NOP 


584215 


Apo-Cinetidine 


APX 



.1289 



.2406 



.1481 



,11S0 



.0750 



.0S30 



Domperidone 
lOmg Tab 

Lactulose 
666.7mg/mL O/L 

Metoclopramide HCl 
10mg/2mL Inj Sol-2mL Pk 



Metoclopramide HCl 
Img/mL O/L 



Metoclopramide HCl 
5mg Tab 



Metoclopramide HCl 
lOmg Tab 



■i-642851 Mot ilium 



444316 Cephulac 



314706 Maxeran 
386006 Reg Ian 



314714 Maxeran 
386022 Reglan 



572268 Maxeran 
«631671 Reglan 



314722 Maxeran 
386014 Reglan 

+603775 Emex 



JAN 



MER 



NRD 

ROB 



NRD 
ROB 



NRD 
ROB 



NRD 
ROB 

BEE 



.1900 



.0388 



1.2200 



.0242 



.0755 



.0820 



2556 



O. Reg. 689/86 

56:C0 Castr oint est inal Drugs 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6125 



56 : 40 •.00 ^isce I Igneous G.I. Drugs 



Pirenzepine Dihydrochloride 
SOmg Tab 

Ranitidine HCl 
50ag/2BL Inj SoI-2bL Pk 



608998 Gsstrozepin 



603791 Zantac 



BOE 



GLA 



.4620 



1.9060 



Ranitidine HCl 
SOOao Tab 



♦641790 Zantac 



1.5625 



GLA 



Ranitidine HCl 
ISOng Tab 



553379 Zantac 



.8223 



GLA 



Sucralfate 
Ig Tab 



506346 Salcrate 



.3248 



NRD 



60:00 Gold Compounds 



Aaranof in 
Sag Cap 

Sodimi Anrothiomalate 
SOmg/nL Inj So1-1hL Pk 

Sodinn Aurothioaalate 
25mg/aL Inj Sol-laL Pk 

SodiuB AnrothioMalate 
lOag/aL Inj Sol-laL Pk 



♦600733 Ridanra 



025089 .Myochrysine 



025070 Myochrysine 



025062 .Myochrysiae 



SKF 



RPP 



RPP 



RPP 



1.1000 



12.8576 



8.2805 



6.8280 



44:00 Htavy ^etal Antagonists 



« 



CalcioM DisodiuM Edetate 
lOOOng/SaL Inj Sol-5aL Pk 



13.8507 



026239 Calcina Disodina Versenat RIK 



2557 



6126 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 689/86 



68:CC Hormones and Substitutes 



68:04:00 Cort icost eroids 

Beclomethasone Dipropionate 
200mcg/Cart Pd Inh 

Beclomethasone Dipropionate 
lOOncg/Cart Pd Inh 

Beclomethasone Dipropionate 
Aero Pd-200 dose Pk 



545333 Beclovent Rotacaps 
545325 Beclovent Rotacaps 



334243 Beclovent 
374407 Vanceril 



AHA 



.23G0 



,1785 



AHA 



AHA 
SCH 



10.9000 



Betamethasone 
O.Sng Tab 

Betamethasone Acetate & Betamethasone 
3mg & 3mg/nL Inj Susp-lmL Pk 

Cortisone Acetate 
Sag Tab 

Cortisone Acetate 
25mg Tab 



Dexamethasone 
4mg Tab 



Dexamethasone 
0.75mg Tab 

Dexamethasone 
O.Srag Tab 



Dexamethasone Tertiary -Butyl acetate 
20mg/5mL Inj Susp-5mL Pk 

Dexamethasone 21-Phosphate 
20mg/5mL Inj Sol-5mL Pk 



Fludrocortisone Acetate 
O.lmg Tab 

Hydrocortisone 
20mg Tab 



012211 Betnelan 
028185 Celestone 

Disodium Phosphate 

028096 Celestone Soluspan 



016438 Cortone 



016446 Cortone 
249963 Cortisone 
280437 Cortisone-ICN 



349100 Hexadrol 
354309 Decadron 
489158 Dexasone 
504416 Deronil 



285471 Dexasone 
501069 Deronil 



016462 Decadron 
295094 Dexasone 
501050 Deronil 



#016268 Decadron T.B.A. 



213624 Decadron 
269026 Hexadrol 



029351 Florinef 



030929 Cortef 



GLA 
SCH 



SCH 



MSD 



.2515 



3.4420 



.0838 



.0835 



MSD 






UPJ 






ICN 




.1185 


OF G 






MSD 






ICN 






SCH 




.0551 


ICN 






SCH 




.0354 


MSD 






ICN 






SCH 








13 


.OGOO 


MSD 








12 


.9000 


MSD 






ORG 







SQU 



UPJ 



.1590 



,1790 



2558 



O. Reg. 689/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6127 



68:C0 Hormones and Sutst itutts 



68:04:00 Cort icost troids 

Hydrocortisone Sodina Succinate 
IBJ Pd-lOChig Pk 

Hydrocortisone Sodim Succinate 
Inj Pd-100(hig Pk 

Hydrocortisone Sodiua Succinate 
Inj Pd-25(hig Pk 

Hydrocortisone Sodiua Succinate 
Inj Pd-500Bg Pk 

Methylprednisolone 
4ag Tab 

Methylprednisolone Acetate 
SOag/ML Inj Snsp-UL Pk 

Methylprednisolone Acetate 
40iig/aL Inj Susp-laL Pk 

Methylprednisolone Acetate 
lOOag/SaL Inj Snsp-SaL Pk 

Methylprednisolone Sodina Succinate 
Inj Pd-125ag Pk 

Methylprednisolone Sodiun Succinate 
Inj Pd-40ag Pk 

Methylprednisolone Sodium Succinate 
Inj Pd-500Hg Pk 

Prednisone 
5(hig Tab 



Prednisone 
Sag Tab 



Prednisone 
lag Tab 

Triaacinolone 
4ag Tab 



030600 Solu-Cortef 
030635 Solu-Cortef 
030619 Solu-Cortef 
030627 Solu-Cortef 
030988 Medrol 
030767 Depo-Medrol 
030759 Depo-Medrol 
030740 Depo-Medrol 
030651 Solu-Medrol 
030643 Solu-Medrol 
030678 Solu-Medrol 



232378 Novoprednisone 
252417 Deltasone 
550957 Apo-Prednisone 



021695 Novoprednisone 
093629 Prednisone 
210188 Deltasone 
232092 Prednisone 
♦271381 Winpred 
312770 Apo-Prednisone 
610623 Prednisone 



271373 Winpred 
598194 Apo-Prednisone 



015024 Aristocort 



UPJ 



UPJ 



UPJ 



UPJ 



UPJ 



UPJ 



UPJ 



UPJ 



UPJ 



UPJ 



1.4400 



5.1100 



2.2300 



3,7300 



.2485 



6.9000 



3.5900 



6.0500 



8.9600 



3.7800 



22.4600 



UPJ 



.NOP 
UPJ 
APX 



NOP 
DTC 
UPJ 
SAP 
ICN 
APX 
KNR 



ICN 
APX 



LED 



.0825 



.0086 



.0624 



.3900 



2559 



6128 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 689/86 



68:00 Hormones and Substitutes 



68:04:00 Corticosteroids 

Triamcinolone 
4mg Tab 

Triamcinolone 
2ng Tab 

Triamcinolone Acetonide 
40mg/mL Inj Susp-lmL Pk 

Triamcinolone Acetonide 
50mg/5mL Inj Susp-5mL Pk 

Triamcinolone Acetonide 
200mg/5mL Inj Susp-5mL Pk 

Triamcinolone Uexacetonide 
20mg/mL Inj Susp-lmL Pk 

68:08:00 Androgens 

F 1 uoxymesterone 
5mg Tab 

Methy 1 testosterone 
25mg Tab 

Methy Itestosterone 
lOmg Tab 

Nandrolone Phenpropionate 
100mg/2mL Oily Inj Sol-2mL Pk 

Nandrolone Phenpropionate 
125ng/5mL Oily Inj Sol-5mL Pk 

Oxymetholone 
50rag Tab 

Stanozolol 
2fflg Tab 

Testosterone Cypionate 
lOOmg/mL Oily Inj Sol-lmL Pk 

Testosterone Enanthate 
lOOOmg/SmL Oily Inj Sol 5nL Pk 

68:!6:00 Estrogens 

Ch lorotrianisene 

25mg Cap 



029475 Kenacort SQU 

015016 Aristocort LED 

990876 Kenalog-40 SQU 

460761 Kenalog-10 SQU 

029300 Kenalog-40 SQU 

297151 Aristospan LED 

030902 Halotestin UPJ 

005630 Metandren CIB 

005622 Metandren CIB 

022489 Durabolin ORG 

022470 Durabolin ORG 

189421 Anapolon-50 SYN 

033812 tfinstrol WIN 

030783 Depo-Testosterone UPJ 

029246 Delatestryl SQU 

017973 Tace MER 



.3900 



.2050 



3.1200 



6.7200 



10.5600 



3.9000 



.1132 



.7000 



.2790 



15.9300 



19.3000 



1.2238 



.2060 



3.4000 



10.0800 



.8216 



2560 



O. Reg. 689/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6129 



68:C0 Hormones and Substitutes 



68:16:00 Estrogens 

Ch lorotr ianisene 
12ag Cap 

Conjngated Estrogens 
2. Sag Tab 



017965 Tace 



002593 Preaaria 

#252611 Oestrilin 



MEK 



AYE 

DES 



.3875 



3233 
,2100 



Conjagated Estrogens 
1.25ag Tab 



Conjugated Estrogens 
0.625iag Tab 



Conjugated Estrogens 
0.3ag Tab 



002585 Premarin 
#006297 Oestrilin 
265489 C.E.S. 



002577 PreuriB 
#006289 Oestrilin 
265470 C.E.S. 



002569 Preaarin 

#252603 Oestrilin 



.0746 



ATE 




DES 




IC21 






.0452 


AÏE 




DES 




ICI» 




AYE 


.0617 


DES 


.0450 



Conjugated Estrogens 
0.625ag/g Vag Cr 

Dienestrol 
O.lag/g Vag Cr 

Dienestrol 

O.lag/g Vag Cr-App 



Ethinji'l Estradiol 
0.5ag Tab 

Ethinyl Estradiol 
0.05ag Tab 

Ethinyl Estradiol 
0.02ag Tab 

Piperazine Estrone Sulfate (Estropipate) 
Sag Tab 

Piperazine Estrone Sulfate (Estropipate) 
1.5ag Tab 

Stilboestrol 
9ma Tab 



002089 Preaarin 



441295 Dienestrol 



#518360 DV Creaa 
990531 Dienestrol 



028231 Estinyl 



028223 Estinyl 



028215 Estinyl 



282677 Ogen 



282685 Ogen 



003379 Stilboestrol 



AYE 



ORT 



MER 
ORT 



SCH 



SCH 



SCH 



ABB 



ABB 



AHA 



.2478 



.07S0 



.0813 



.214G 



.0986 



.0599 



.3000 



1896 



1874 



II 



2561 



6130 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 689/86 



68:00 Hormones and Subst itutes 



68:16:00 Estrogens 

Stilboestrol 
Img Tab 

Stilboestrol 
O.Smg Tab 

Stilboestrol 
O.lng Tab 

Stilboestrol Sodium Diphosphate 
250mg/5iiiL Inj Sol-5mL Pk 

Stilboestrol Sodium Diphosphate 
lOOmg Tab 



003360 Stilboestrol 



003352 Stilboestrol 



003336 Stilboestrol 



013587 Honvol 



013781 Honvol 



Sulfanilamide & Allantoin & Aminacrine HCl & Dienestrol 



Vag Cr 

68:20:01 Ant i-Diabet ic Agents Insulins 

Insulin (Isophane) Beef & Pork (QIC) 
lOOOU/lOmL Inj Susp lOmL Pk 

Insulin (Isophane) Beef & Pork (OTC) 
lOOOU/lOmL Inj Susp lOnL Pk 



134198 AVC/Dienestrol 



446572 Iletin NPH 



612235 NPH Insulin 



Insulin (Isophane) Hunan Biosynthetic (rDNA Origin) (OTC) 
lOOOU/lOmL Inj Susp lOmL Pk 587737 Humulin NPH 



Insulin (Isophane) Human Semi-Synthetic (OTC) 



10001/ lOraL Inj Susp lOmL Pk 



+612197 Novolin-NPH 



Insulin (Isophane) Human Semi-Synthetic (OTC) 



lOOOU/lOmL Inj Susp lOmL Pk 

Insulin (Isophane) Pork (OTC) 
lOOOU/lOmL Inj Susp lOmL Pk 

Insulin (Isophane) Pork (OTC) 
lOOOU/lOmL Inj Susp lOmL Pk 

Insulin (Isophane) Pork (OTC) 
lOOOU/lOmL Inj Susp lOmL Pk 

Insulin (Lente) Beef S Pork (OTC) 
IQOOU/lOmL Inj Susp lOmL Pk 

Insulin (Lente) Beef & Pork (OTC) 
lOOOU/lOmL Inj Susp lOmL Pk 

Insulin (Lente) Human Semi-Synthetic (OTC) 
lOOOU/lOmL Inj Susp lOmL Pk 



+632651 Insulatard Human 
514551 Iletin II NPH 
552275 Insulatard 
612170 Protaphane MC (Pork) 
446580 Iletin Lente 
612278 Lente Insulin 

+612200 Novolin-Lente 



AHA 



AHA 



AHA 



HOR 



HOR 



DOW 



,1402 



.1492 



.1148 



4.6640 



.4807 



.2065 



LIL 11.9000 



NOO 12.4000 



LIL 18.6500 



NOO 18.1000 



HOR 18.9000 



LIL 20.4000 



HOR 13.9000 



NOO 19.9000 



LIL 11.9000 



NOO 12.4000 



NOO 18.1000 



4 



2562 



O. Reg. 689/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6131 



68:00 Hormones and Subst ituT es 



68:20:01 Ant i-Diabet ic Agents Insulins 

Insulin (Lente) Pork <OTC) 
IOOOU/IOhL Inj Snsp lOiO. Pk 

Insulin (Lente) Pork (OTC) 
lOOOU/lOiia. Inj Snsp IObL Pk 



514535 Iletin II Lente 



612359 Monotard MC (Pork) 



Insulin (Neutral) Human Sen! -Synthetic (OTC) 
lOOOU/lOmL Inj Sol lOnL Pk 



♦632686 Velosulin Hunan 



Insulin (Neutral) Pork (OTC) 
lOOOU/lOmL Inj Sol lOnL Pk 

Insulin (Protamine Zinc) Beef & Pork (OTC) 
lOOOU/lOmL Inj Susp lOmL Pk 

Insulin (Protamine Zinc) Beef & Pork (OTC) 
lOOOl'/lOmL Inj Snsp lOmL Pk 

Insulin (Semi lente) Beef & Pork (OTC) 
lOOOU/lOmL Inj Susp lOmL Pk 

Insulin (Semi lente) Beef & Pork (OTC) 
lOOOU/lOmL Inj Susp lOmL Pk 

Insulin (Sulfated) Beef (OTC) 
lOOOU/lOmL Inj Susp lOmL Pk 

Insulin (Ultra lente) Beef & Pork (OTC) 
lOOOU/IOmL Inj Snsp lOnL Pk 

IbsuHb (Ultralente) Beef & Pork (OTC) 
lOOOU/lOmL Inj Susp lOmL Pk 



552267 Velosulii 



446610 Iletin Protamine Zinc 



612219 Protamine Zinc Insulin 



446602 Iletin Semi lente 



612251 Semi lente Insulin 



648094 Sulfated Insulin 



446599 Iletin Ultraleate 



612243 Ultralente Insulin 



Insulin (Zinc Crystalline) Beef & Pork (OTC) 



lOOOU/lOmL Inj Sol lOmL Pk 



446564 Iletia Regular 



Insulin (Zinc Crystalline) Beef & Pork (OTC) 



lOOOU/lOmL Inj Sol lOmL Pk 



612227 Insulin-Toronto 



Insulin (Zinc Crystalline) Human Biosynthetic (rDNA Origin) (OTC) 
lOOOU/lOmL Inj Sol lOmL Pk 586714 Humulin Regular 

Insulin (Zinc Crystalline) Human Semi-Synthetic (OTC) 
lOOOU/lOmL Inj Susp lOmL Pk «612189 Novolin-Toronto 



Insulin (Zinc Crystalline) Pork (OTC) 
lOOOU/lOmL Inj Sol lOmL Pk 

Insulin (Zinc Crystalline) Pork (OTC) 
lOOOU/lOmL Inj Sol lOmL Pk 



513644 Iletin II Regular 



612162 Actrapid MC (Pork) 



Insulin (30Z Neutral and 70Z Isophane) Human Semi-Synthetic (OTC) 
lOOOU/lOmL Inj Snsp lOmL Pk «632694 Mixtard Human 



LIL SO. 4000 
NOG 19.9000 
HOR 18.9000 
HOR 18.9000 
LIL 11.9000 
NOO 12.4000 
LIL 11.9000 
NOO 12.4000 
NOO45.3500 
LIL 11.9000 
NOO 12.4000 
LIL 11.9000 
NOO 12.4000 
LIL 18.6500 
NOO 18.1000 
LIL 20.4000 
NOO 19.9000 
HOR 18.9000 



2563 



6132 



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O. Reg. 689/86 



68:00 Hormones and Subst itut es 



68:20:01 Ant i-Diabet ic Agents Insulins 

Insulin (30% Neutral and 70% Isophane) Pork (OTO 
lOOOU/lOmL Inj Susp lOmL Pk 552259 Mixtard 

Insulin (50% Neutral & 50% Isophane) Hunan Seni-S^nthetic (OTC) 
lOOOU/lOmL Inj Susp lOmL Pk ^632678 Initard Human 

Insulin (50% Neutral & 50% Isophane) Pork (OTC) 
lOOOU/lOmL Inj Susp lOmL Pk 614416 Initard 

Insulin Injection (30%) & Insulin Isophane (70%) Human Semi-Synthetic 
lOOOU/lOmL Inj Susp lOmL Pk +650935 Novolin 30/70 

Insulin Zinc Suspension Medium Human Biosynthetic (rDNA Origin) (OTC) 
lOOOU/lOmL Inj Susp lOmL Pk +646148 Humulin L Lente 

Insulin Zinc Suspension Prolonged, Human Semi-Synthetic (OTC) 
lOOOU/lOmL Inj Susp lOmL Pk +644358 Novolin-Ultralente 



HOR 18.9000 



HOR 18.9000 



HOR 18.9000 



(OTC) 



68:20:02 Ant i-Diabet ic Agents Oral Ant i-Diabet ic Agents 

015598 Dime lor 



Acetohexamide 
SOOmg Tab 



Chlorpropamide 
250mg Tab 



Chlorpropamide 
lOOmg Tab 



Glyburide 
5mg Tab 



Glyburide 
2.5mg Tab 



Metformin HCl 
500mg Tab 

Tolbutamide 
SOOmg Tab 



021350 Novopropamide 
024716 Diabinese 
209937 Chlorpropamide 
312711 Apo-Chlorpropamide 
377937 Chlorpropamide 



024708 Diabinese 

399302 Apo-Chlorpropamide 

012599 Diabeta 
720941 Euglucon 

454753 Diabeta 
720933 Euglucon 



314552 Glucophage 



012602 Orinase 
013889 Mobenol 
021849 Novobutamide 
093033 Tolbutamide 
209872 Tolbutamide 
312762 Apo-Tolbutamide 



NOG 18.1000 



LIL 18.G500 



NOG 18.1000 



LIL 



NOP 
PFI 
SAP 
APX 
DTC 



PFI 
APX 



HOE 
BOM 



HOE 
BOM 



NRD 



HOE 

HOR 
NOP 
DTC 
SAP 

APX 



.2977 



.0140 



.0159 



.1110 



.0680 



.1368 



.0152 



t 



2564 



O. Reg. 689/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6133 



68:CC Hormones and Subst itut es 



68:24:00 Parathyroid Agents 

Dihfdrotachysterol 
0.125ag Cap 

Dihydrotachysterol 
0.25ag/BL 0/L 

Dihydrotachysterol 
0.2ag Tab 

68:28:00 Pituitary Agents 

Cosyntropin Zinc Hydroxide 
lag/aL Inj Susp-lid. Pk 

Desmopressin Acetate 
O.lag/aL >as So1-2.5hL Pk 



033057 Hytakerol 
033553 Hytakerol 
#569186 Dihydrotachysterol 

253952 Synacthea Depot 
402S16 DDAVP 



68:32:00 Progtst ogens and Oral Contracept ivts 



Ethinyl Estradiol S Ethynodiol Diacetate 
0.05»g & iBg Tab-21 Pk 

Ethinyl Estradiol & Ethynodiol Diacetate 
0.03ag & 2ng Tab-21 Pk 

Ethinyl Estradiol & Ethynodiol Diacetate 
O.Osiig & lag Tab-2S Pk 

Ethinyl Estradiol & Ethynodiol Diacetate 
COSmg & 2Bg Tab-2S Pk 

Ethinyl Estradiol & Norethindrone 
3 Phase Tab-21 Pk 

Ethinyl Estradiol & Norethindrone 
0.035Bg & lag Tab-21 Pk 

Ethinyl Estradiol & Norethindrone 
0.035ng & iBg Tab-21 Pk 

Ethinyl Estradiol & Norethindrone 
D.03Sag & O.Sng Tab-21 Pk 

Ethinyl Estradiol & Norethindrone 
0.035Hg & 0.5Hg Tab-21 Pk 

Ethinyl Estradiol & Norethindrone 
0.035ng & O.SBg * G.035ng & lag 
Tab-21 Pk 



028630 Deaolen 50 



469327 Dean 1 en 30 



343536 DeMulen 50 



471526 Deanlen 30 



602957 Ortho 7/7/7 



372846 Ortho 1/35 



531006 Brevicon 1/35 



317047 Ortho 0.5/35 



373265 Brevicon 



538590 Ortho 10/11 



WIN 



WIN 



BOE 



.6754 



2.2140 



.5877 



15.9300 



CIB 



34.6000 



RIC 



SEA 8.3250 



SEA 7.9400 



SEA 8.9100 



SEA 8.5000 



ORT 7.1528 



ORT 7.1528 



SÏN 7.5000 



ORT 7.1528 



SYN 7.5000 



CRT 7.1528 



2565 



6134 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 689/86 



68:00 Hormones and Subst itutes 



68:32:00 Progestogens and Oral Contracept ives 



Ethinyl Estradiol & Norethindrone 
3 Phase Tab-28 Pk 

Ethinyl Estradiol & Norethindrone 
0.035ng & Ifflg Tab-28 Pk 

Ethinyl Estradiol & Norethindrone 
0.035Dg & Ing Tab-28 Pk 

Ethinyl Estradiol à Norethindrone 
0.035mg & O.Smg Tab-28 Pk 

Ethinyl Estradiol & Norethindrone 
0.035mg & O.Smg Tab-28 Pk 

Ethinyl Estradiol & Norethindrone 
0.035mg & O.Smg * O.OSSmg & Img 
Tab-28 Pk 

Ethinyl Estradiol & Norethindrone Acetate 
O.OSmg & 2.Smg Tab-21 Pk 

Ethinyl Estradiol & Norethindrone Acetate 
O.OSmg & Img Tab-21 Pk 

Ethinyl Estradiol à Norethindrone Acetate 
0.03mg & l.Smg Tab-21 Pk 

Ethinyl Estradiol & Norethindrone Acetate 
0.02jng & Ifflg Tab-21 Pk 

Ethinyl Estradiol & Norethindrone Acetate 
O.OSmg & 2.Smg Tab-28 Pk 

Ethinyl Estradiol & Norethindrone Acetate 
O.OSmg & Img Tab-28 Pk 

Ethinyl Estradiol & Norethindrone Acetate 
0.03mg & l.Smg Tab-28 Pk 

Ethinyl Estradiol & Norethindrone Acetate 
0.02mg & Img Tab-28 Pk 

Ethinyl Estradiol & Norgestrel 
3 Phase Tab-21 Pk 

Ethinyl Estradiol & Norgestrel 
O.OSmg & 0.2Smg Tab-21 Pk 

Ethinyl Estradiol & Norgestrel 
O.OSmg & O.lSmg Tab-21 Pk 



602965 Ortho 7/7/7 



372838 Ortho 1/35 



531014 Brevicon 1/35 



340731 Ortho 0.5/35 



373273 Brevicon 



538582 Ortho 10/11 



024015 Norlestrin 2.5/50 



024007 Norlestrin 1/SO 



297143 Loestrin 1.5/30 



315966 Minestrin 1/20 



340804 Norlestrin 2.5/50 



340790 Norlestrin 1/50 



353027 Loestrin 1.5/30 



343838 Minestrin 1/20 



579386 Triphasil 



034207 Ovral 



300640 Min-Ovral 



ORT 7.6400 

CRT 7.S400 

SXN 7.5000 

ORT 7.6400 

SIN 7.5000 

ORT 7. 6400 

PDA 8.0000 

PDA 8.0000 

PDA 8.0000 

PDA 8.0000 

PDA 8.0000 

PDA 8 . 0000 

PDA 8.0000 

PDA 8.0000 

WYE 7 . 9000 

WYE 7.5500 

WYE 7.5500 



1 



2566 



O. Reg. 689/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6135 



68:00 Hormones and Subst itutts 



68:32:00 Progestogens and Oral Contracept ivt s 



Ethinyl Estradiol 4 Norgestrel 
f 3 Phase Tab-28 Pk 

Ethinyl Estradiol * Norgestrel 
O.OSag & 0.25ag Tab-28 Pk 

; Ethinyl Estradiol 4 Norgestrel 
0.03Bg & O.lSag Tab-28 Pk 

HydroxyprogesteroBe Caproate 
250«g/2BL Oily Inj Sol-2id. Pk 

Medroxyprogesterone Acetate 
40(hig/4iiL Inj Sasp-4nL Pk 

Medroxyprogesterone Acetate 
Sng Tab 

Medroxyprogesterone Acetate 
lOOng Tab 

Mestranol & Ethynodiol Diacetate 
O.lag & lag Tab-21 Pk 

Mestranol & Ethynodiol Diacetate 
O.lag & O.Sag Tab-21 Pk 

Mestranol i Ethynodiol Diacetate 
O.lag & lag Tab-28 Pk 

Mestranol S Ethynodiol Diacetate 
O.lag & O.Sag Tab-28 Pk 

Mestranol & Norethindrone 
O.lag & 2Bg Tab-21 Pk 

Mestranol & Norethindrone 
O.lag & 2ng Tab-21 Pk 

Mestranol & Norethindrone 
O.lag & O.Sag Tab-21 Pk 

Mestranol & Norethindrone 
O.OSng & lag Tab-21 Pk 

Mestranol &. Norethindrone 
O.OSag & lag Tab-21 Pk 

Mestranol & Norethindrone 
0.075ag & Sag Tab-21 Pk 

Mestranol i Norethindrone 
O.OSag & lag Tab-21 Pk 



586609 Triphasil 



340766 Ovral 



342815 Min-Ovr»l 



029211 De U lot in 



030856 Depo-Provera 



030937 Provera 



030945 Provera 



028703 Ovnlen 1 



028681 OvBlen 0.5 



#340774 Ovnlen 1 



#341533 Ovulen 0.5 



022640 Ortho-Novm 2 



030368 



022632 



Noriayl 2 
Ortho-Novna 0.5 



022659 Ortho-Novna 1/80 
030341 Norinyl 1 ♦ 80 
#022616 Ortho-NoviDi 5 
022608 Ortho-.Novmt 1/50 



WÏE 7.9000 



WIE 7.5500 



WTE 7.5500 



SQU 5.6400 



UP J 24.2900 



UP J .1975 



CPJ .9310 



SEA 11.0450 



SEA 10.3100 



SEA 10.0540 



SEA 9.2180 



ORT 8.2833 



SIN 8.5100 



ORT 8.2833 



ORT 8.2833 



SYN 8.5100 



ORT 12.7050 



ORT 7.1523 



2567 



6136 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 689/86 



68:00 Hormones and Substitutes 



68:32:00 Protest ogens and Oral Contracept ives 



Mestranol à Norethindrone 
O.OSmg & Img Tab-21 Pk 

Mestranol & Norethindrone 
O.lmg & 2mg Tab-28 Pk 

Mestranol & Norethindrone 
O.OSmg & Img Tab-28 Pk 

Mestranol & Norethindrone 
O.OSmg & Img Tab-28 Pk 

Mestranol & Norethindrone 
O.OSmg & Img Tab-2S Pk 

Mestranol & Norethynodrel 
O.lmg & 2.5mg Tab-21 Pk 

Norethindrone 
0.35mg Tab-28 Pk 

68:36:00 Thyroids 

Calcitonin Salmon 
4001U/2mL Inj Sol-2mLPk 

Levothyroxine (Sodium) 
0.3mg Tab 



030333 Norinyl 1+50 



340839 Norinyl 2 



340855 Norinyl 1 + 80 



340758 Ortho-Novum 1/50 



340847 Norinyl 1 + 50 



028665 Enovid-E 



037605 Micronor 



584703 Calcimar 



009695 Synthroid 
012319 Eltroxin 



SYN 7.5000 



SYN 8.5100 



SYN 8,5100 



CRT 7.6400 



SYN 7.5000 



SEA 15.4800 



CRT 8.2900 



32.7700 



ROR 



FLI 
GLA 



.0353 



Levothyroxine (Sodium) 
0.2mg Tab 



009687 Synthroid 
012300 Eltroxin 



.0258 



FLI 
GLA 



Levothyroxine (Sodium) 
O.lSmg Tab 



212164 Synthroid 
295582 Eltroxin 



.0242 



FLI 
GLA 



Levothyroxine (Sodium) 
O.lmg Tab 



009660 Synthroid 
012297 Eltroxin 



FLI 
GLA 



.0212 



Levothyroxine (Sodium) 
O.OSmg Tab 



009652 Synthroid 
012289 Eltroxin 



FLI 
GLA 



.0169 



Levothyroxine (Sodium) 
0.025fflg Tab 

Liothyronine (Sodium) 
5mcg Tab 



♦009644 Synthroid 



027081 Cytomel 



FLI 



SKF 



.0330 



.0485 



2568 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6137 



68:00 Hormones and Subst itut is 



68:36:00 Thyroids 



Liothyronine (Sodim) 
25acg Tab 



#012327 Tertrozin 
027103 CytOBcl 



.0590 



GLA 
SKF 



Thyroid 
125mg Tab 



023965 Thyroid 
483559 Proloid 



.0370 



PDA 
PDA 



Thyroid 
60ag Tab 



023957 Thyroid 
483540 Proloid 



.0290 



PDA 
PDA 



Thyroid 
song Tab 



023949 Thyroid 
483583 Proloid 



.0223 



PDA 
PDA 



68:38:00 Ant i -Thyroids 



MethiHazole 
Sag Tab 



015741 Tapazole 



.0831 



LIL 



Propylthiouracil 
50ag Tab 



010200 Propyl-Thyracil 



.0865 



FRS 



Propylthiouracil 
lOOag Tab 



010219 Propyl-Thyracil 



.1354 



FRS 



76:00 Oxytoc ics 



Ergonovine Maleate 
0.2Mg Tab 



015709 Ergotrate 



,1872 



LIL 



Oxytocin 
SIU/bL Inj So1-1hL Pk 



282316 SyntociBOB-5 



.4930 



SAN 



Oxytocin 
lOIU/aL Inj Sol-laL Pk 



035998 Syntocinon-lO 



.6060 



SAN 



2569 



6138 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 689/86 



84:00 Skin and Mucous Membrane Préparât ions 



84:04:04 Ant i-Infect ives Ant ibiot ics 

Bacitracin 
500U/g Oint 



Erythronycin 
1.5% Lot 

ErythroayciB 
17. Oint 

Fusidic Acid 
27. Cr 



012351 Bacitracin 
031046 Bacignent 



512591 Staticin 



015997 Ilotycin 



586668 Fncidin 



CLA 
UPJ 



WSD 



LIL 



LEO 



.0739 



.1135 



.3327 



.4100 



Neomycin So If ate 
0.5Z Oint 

Neomycin Sulfate 
500mg/mL Top Sol 

Sodinm Fusidate 
27. Oint 

84:04:06 Ant i-In feet ives Ant ivirals 

Acyclovir 
5Z Oint 4g Pk. 

Idoxnridine 
0.1/: Top Sol 

84:04:08 Ant i-Infect ives Fungic ides 

Clotrimazole 

lOmg/g Cr 



Clotrimazole 
lOmg/mL Top Sol 

Clotrimazole 
20mg/g Vag Cr-App 

Clotrimazole 
lOmg/g Vag Cr-App 

Clotrimazole 
SOOmg Vag Tab 

Clotrimazole 
200mg Vag Tab 



031070 Myciguent 
030813 Mycifradin 
586676 Fncidin 

569771 Zovirax 
001317 Herplex-D 



513903 Canesten 
516805 Myclo 



513911 Canesten 
516821 Myclo 



576492 Canesten 3 



513938 Canesten 
516813 Myclo 



629243 Canesten 1 



567388 Canesten 3 



UPJ 



UPJ 



LEO 



BWE 



ALL 



MIT 
BOE 



MIT 
BOE 



MIT 



MIT 
BOE 



.1300 



.4320 



.4100 



9.9000 .Î 



1.0240 j 



.2366 



.2889 



.4732 



.2033 



ii 



10.8300 



MIT 



MIT 



3.9433 



2570 



O. Reg. 689/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6139 



84:C0 Skin and Mucous .Membrane Préparât ions 



84:04x08 Ant i-lnfect ivts Fungicidts 

Clotriaazole 
lOOHg Vag Tab 



Econftzole Nitrate 
IZ Cr 

Econazole Nitrate 
ISOag Vag Sap 

Haloprogin 
IZ Cr 

Haloprogin 
IZ Top Sol 

Miconazole Nitrate 
2Z Cr 



Micoaazole Nitrate 
2Z Lot 

Miconazole Nitrate 
lOOHg Taap 

Miconazole Nitrate 
2Z Vag Cr 

Miconazole Nitrate 
2Z Vag Cr-App 

Miconazole Nitrate 
40(hig Vag Sap 

Miconazole Nitrate 
10(hig Vag Snp-15 Pk 

Miconazole Nitrate 
lOOiig Vag Sup-7 Pk 

Nystatin 
lOO.OOOl'/g Cr 



Nystatin 
lOO.OOOU/g Oint 



513946 Canestea 
51684S Myclo 



561002 Ecostatin 



452114 Ecostatin 



291048 Halotex 



291021 Halotex 



326968 Micatin 
497797 Mon i Stat Dera 



471534 Micatin 



504203 Mon i Stat 5 



980625 Mon i Stat 



321036 Mon i Stat 7 



530999 Monistat 3 



#980617 Monistat 



387193 Monistat 7 



029092 Mycostatin 
288217 Nadostine 
382639 Nyadera 
449792 Nilstat 



029556 Mycostatin 
288195 Nadostine 
449806 Nilstat 



HIT 
BOE 



SQU 



SQU 



WSD 



WSD 



MCN 
ORT 



MCN 



ORT 



ORT 



ORT 



ORT 



1.6111 



.3016 



4,0500 



.2373 



.2130 



.3657 



.3890 



2.4500 



1976 



.2606 



4.0830 



ORT 14.9600 

ORT 13.0500 

.0700 
SOI 
NDA 
KLP 
LED 



.0783 



SOU 
NDA 
LED 



2571 



6140 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 689/86 



84:00 Skin and 'lucous Membrane Préparât ions 



84:04:08 Ant i-Jnfect ives Fungic ides 

Nystatin 
100,000U/g Oint 

Nystatin 
25,000U/g Vag Cr 



522864 Nyadera 



288209 Nadostine 
295973 Mycostatin 
480819 Nyaderra 



KLP 



NDA 
SQU 
KLP 



.0783 



.0416 



Nystatin 
100,000U/g Vag Cr 

Nystatin 
lOO.OOOU Vag Tab 



278793 Nilstat 



015067 Nilstat 
029491 Mycostatin 
270091 Nadostine 



LED 



LED 
SOU 
NDA 



1770 



.0900 



84:04:12 Ant i-Infect ives Parasit icides 

Benzyl Benzoate 
257. Cr 

Crotamiton 
107. Cr 

Lindane (Gamma Benzene Hexachloride) 
IX Cr 

Lindane (Gamma Benzene Hexachloride) 
17. Lot 

Lindane (Gamma Benzene Hexachloride) 
1% Shampoo 



Pyrethrins & Piperonyl Butoxide 
Top Sol 



604437 Scabanca 



623377 Earax 



026204 Kwellada 



026212 Kwellada 



026220 Kwellada 
351105 gBh 



480150 A-200 Pyrinate 
84:04:16 Ant i-Infect ive s Other Ant i-Infe ct ives 



Chlorhexidine Gluconate (OTC) 
47. Top Sol llOmL Pk 

Hexach 1 orophene 
37. Top Enuls 

* lodochlorhydroxyquin 

37. Cr 

lodochlorhydroxyquin 
37. Oint 

Metronidazole 
107. Vag Cr-App 



245097 Hibitane 



205389 PhisoHex 



005142 Vioform 



005797 Vioform 



024929 Flagyl 



SAN 



CIB 



RCA 



RCA 



RCA 
ROR 



BEE 



AYE 



WIN 



CIB 



CIB 



RPP 



.0661 



1982 



.0474 



.0430 



.0627 



.0670 



2.1000 



.0393 



.1669 



.1669 



.1433 



I 



2572 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6141 



è4:Q0 Skin and !ïucous Hembrant Préparât ions 



84:04:16 Ant i-lnft ct iv€ s Other Ant i-Inftct ivts 



Metronidazole 
SOOng Vag T»b App' 



#283967 Trikmcide 

025887 Flagyl 



ICN .2145 
RPP .3230 



Metronidazole * Nystatin 
SOOag a lOO.OOOlVg Vag Cr-App 

MetroBidazole à Nystatia 
SOOiig & lOO.OOOU Vag Sap 

Metronidazole â Nystatin 
SOOng & 100,0001 Vag Tab-App 



338338 FlagystatiB 
439134 Flagystatia 
250724 Flagystatin 



N'benzoylsulfanilaaide S Salfathiazole & SulfacetaHide & Urea 
Vag Cr-App 153605 Saltrin 



* Povidone - lodiae 
lOZ Top Sol 



Povidone - Iodine 
107. Vag Gel 



Povidone - Iodine 
10^ Vag Sol 



Povidone - Iodine 
200iig Vag Sap 

Silver Sulfadiazine 
IZ Cr 



#062081 Bridine Sol 
158348 Betadine 
172944 Prov iodine 



#002720 Bridine 
026034 Betadine 
026611 Prov iodine 



#003115 Bridine 
026093 Betadine 
252824 Prov iodine 



026050 Betadine 



323098 FlaHazine 



Salfanilaaide & Allantoin & .Aainacrine HCl & Dienestrol 

Vag Cr 134198 AVC/Dienestrol 

Salfanilaaide S Aainacrine HCl &. Allantoin 

Vag Cr 134120 AVC 

Salfanilaaide & Aainacrine HCl & Allantoin 

Vag Sup 134139 AVC 



Triclosan 
0.5Z Top Sol 



632317 Tersaseptic 



RPP 



RPP 



RPP 



CRT 



AHA 
PFR 
ROG 



AHA 

PFR 
ROG 



AHA 
PFR 
ROG 



PFR 



SNE 



DOW 



DO* 



DO* 



TCD 



.2798 



1.5390 



1.5390 



.1788 



.0050 



.0564 



.0199 



.4787 



.1710 



.2065 



1730 



1.2400 



.0142 



2573 



6142 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 689/86 



84:00 Skin and Mucous 'lembrane Préparât ions 



84:06:00 Ant i-Inflamnat ory Agents 

Ancinonide 
O.IZ Cr 

Ancinonide 
Q.\7. Lot 

Ancinonide 
0.1% Oint 

Beclomethasone Dipropionate 
0.025/: Cr 

Beclomethasone Dipropionate 
0.025% Lot 

Beclomethasone Dipropionate 
0.025% Oint 

Betamethasone Benzoate 
0.025% Gel 

Betamethasone Dipropionate 
0.05% Cr 

Betamethasone Dipropionate 
0.05% Lot 

Betamethasone Dipropionate 

0.05% Oint 

Betamethasone Dipropionate in a base 
0.05% Oint 

Betamethasone Valerate 
0.1% Cr 



Betamethasone Valerate 
0.05% Cr 



Betamethasone Valerate 
0.1% Lot 



Betamethasone Valerate 
0.05% Lot 



443824 Cyclocort 
571016 Cfclocort 
559237 Cfclocort 
002712 Propadem 
270466 Propaderm 
003697 Propaderm 
335347 Beben 
323071 Diprosone 
417246 Diprosone 

344923 Diprosone 

containing propylene glycol 
+629367 Diprolene 



011924 Betnovate 
027901 Celestoderm-V 
458139 Betaderm 
+535435 Ectosone Regular 



011916 Betnovate-1/2 
027898 Celestoderm-V/2 
458147 Betaderm 
♦535427 Ectosone Mild 



011940 Betnovate 



011932 Betnovate-1/2 



LED 



LED 



LED 



AHA 



AHA 



AHA 



PDA 



SCH 



SCH 



SCH 



SCH 



GLA 
SCH 
KLP 
TCH 



GLA 
SCH 
KLP 
TCH 



GLA 



GLA 



.2920 



.2420 



.2917 



.1207 



.2792 



.3229 



.2740 



.3229 



.4978 



.0161 



.S417 



.1917 * 



2574 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6143 



84:C0 Skin and Mucous Membrane Prtparat ions 



84:06:00 Ant i-Inflcamat ory Agtnts 

BetaaethasoBC Valerate 
O.IZ Oiat 



012386 Betnovate 
028363 Celestodera-V 
509701 Betadera 



,0244 



GLA 
SCH 

ILP 



Betaaethasoae Valerate 
0.G5Z Oint 



012378 BetBovate-1/2 
028355 Celestoder»-V/2 
509698 Betadera 



SCH 
ILP 



.0161 



Betaaethasoae Valerate 
O.IZ Scalp Lot 



027944 Valisoae 
«^653217 Ectosone 



SCH 
TCH 



.0926 



Bafexanac 
5Z Cr 



441147 Norfeuc 



NRD 



.2257 



Bafezamac 
5Z Oiat 



441155 Norfeaac 



NRD 



.2218 



Clobetasol Propioaate 
0.05Z Cr 



359718 Deraovate 



GLA 



.4550 



Clobetasol Propioaate 
O.OSZ Oiat 



359726 Deraovate 



GLA 



.4550 



Clobetasol Propioaate 
0.05Z Scalp Lot 

Clobetasoae Batyrate 
0.05Z Cr 



479012 Deraovate 



456543 Eaaovate 



GLA 



GLA 



.4058 



.2565 



Clobetasoae Batyrate 
0.05Z Oiat 



456551 Eaaovate 



GLA 



.2555 



Desoaide 
Û.05Z Cr 



521248 Tridesiloa 



MIT 



.1978 



Desoaide 
0.05Z Oiat 



521264 Tridesiloa 



HIT 



.3163 



Desox iaetasone 
0.257. Eaol Cr 



Desox iaetasoae 
0.05Z Eaol Cr 



Diflorasoae Diacetate 
0.05:: Cr 



420271 Topicort 
486450 Topicort Mild 



481807 Floroae 
530956 Flntoae 



flOE 



BOE 



IPJ 
ROR 



.3208 



.1908 



.2025 



, Diflorasoae Diacetate 
I O.OSZ Oiat 



481793 Floroae 

532630 Flutone 



UPJ 

ROR 



,2025 



2575 



6144 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 689/86 



84:00 Skin and fiucous Membrane Préparât ions 



84:06:00 Ant i-Inf lammat ory Agents 



Dif lucortolone Valermte. 
O.IZ Cr 

Dif lucortolone Valerate 
0.17. Oily Cr 

Dif lucortolone Valerate 
O.IZ Oint 

Flumethasone Pivalate 
0.03% Cr 



■f 587826 Nerisone 



«587818 Nerisone 



♦587834 Nerisone 



005134 Locacorten 



STI 



STI 



STI 



CIB 



.2654 



.2687 



.2689 



.4710 



Flumethasone Pivalate 
0.03Z Oint 



005789 Locacorten 



.4710 



CIB 



Flnocinolone Acetonide 
0.025% Cr 



030422 Synalar Regular 
385220 Fluoderm 
♦535281 Fluonide Regular 



,0442 



SYP 
KLP 
TCH 



Flnocinolone Acetonide 
0.01% Cr 



030414 Synalar Mild 
385239 Fluoderm 
♦535338 Fluonide Mild 



.0369 



SYP 
KLP 
TCH 



Flnocinolone Acetonide 
0.01% EbioI Cr 



424927 Synamol Mild 



,1150 



SYP 



Fluocinolone Acetonide 
0.025% Enol Cr 



424935 Synamol Regular 



.1834 



SYP 



Fluocinolone Acetonide 
0.025% Oint 



030406 Synalar Regular 



SYP .1834 



Fluocinolone Acetonide 
0.025% Oint 



♦509655 Fluoderm 



KLP .0485 



Fluocinolone Acetonide 
0.01% Oint 



030392 Synalar Mild 



SYP .1860 



Fluocinolone Acetonide 
0.01% Oint 

Fluocinolone Acetonide 
0.01% Top Sol 



♦509647 Fluoderm 



030260 Synalar Solution 



KLP .0405 

.2826 
SYP 



2576 



O. Reg. 689/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6145 



84:00 Skin and Hucous Membrane Préparât i ons 



84:06:00 Ant i-Inflaumat ory Agents 

Flaocinonide 
0.05Z Cr 

Fluocinonide 
0.01% Cr 

Fluocinonide 
0.05% Exuol Cr 



Fluocinonide 
Q.05Z Gel 

Flaocinonide 

ij 0.05Z Oint 

I 

Fluocinonide 
O.OIZ Oint 

Fluocinonide & Procinonide 
EboI Cr 

Flnrandrenol ide 
0.05Z Cr 

Flurandrenolide 
, 0.0125% Cr 
I 

Flnrandrenol ide 
0.05% Dint 

. Flurandrenolide 
0.0125% Oint 

Halcinonide 

0.1% Cr 

I 
I 

' Halcinonide 

0.025% Cr 

Balcinonide 
0.1% Oint 

Halcinonide 
0.1% Sol 



& CiprocinoBide 



Hydrocortisone 
2.5% Cr 



036099 Lidex 
589896 Lyderm 



274453 Lidex Mild 



424943 Lidemol 
598933 Tiaaol 



281913 Topsyn 
274437 Lidex 
274445 Lidex .Mild 

«^552283 Trisyn 
015326 Drenisoa 
015318 Drenison-1/4 
016012 Dreaison 
016004 Drenison-1/4 
326941 Ha log 

#404179 Ha log 
403075 Balog 
404187 Ha log 
595799 E«o-Cort 



SYP 
KLP 



SYP 



SIP 
TIC 



SÏ.N 
SYP 
SYP 
SYP 
LIL 
LIL 
LIL 
LIL 
SQU 
SQU 
SQU 
SQU 
TCD 



1932 



.2406 



.1600 



.3535 



.2643 



.2406 



.2458 



.3532 



.1626 



.3532 



1756 



.2958 



.1842 



.2958 



.2958 



,1271 



2577 



6146 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 689/86 



84:00 Skin and Nucous Nembrane Préparât ions 



84:06:00 Ant i-Inflammatory Agents 



Hydrocort isoae 
IZ Cr 



192597 Emo-Cort 
303895 Unicort 
502200 Cortate 
551945 Hydrocortisone 



TCD 
AHA 
SCH 
DTC 



Hydrocort isone 
0.5Z Cr 



303887 Unicort 
513288 Cortate 
551953 Hydrocortisone 



AHA 
SCH 
DTC 



.0148 



Hydrocortisone 
2.5X Lot 



595802 Enio-Cort 



TCD 



.1350 



Hydrocort i sone 
1% Lot 



192600 Emo-Cort 



TCD 



.1125 



Hydrocortisone 
0.5% Lot 



♦192589 Emo-Cort 
513253 Cortate 



TCD 
SCH 



.0S97 



Hydrocort isoae 
17. Dint 



093645 Hydrocortisone 
502197 Cortate 
509639 Cortoderm 



DTC 
SCH 
KLP 



.020S 



Hydrocortisone. 
0.5% Dint 



093637 Hydrocortisone 
509620 Cortoderm 
513261 Cortate 



DTC 
KLP 
SCH 



.0181 



Hydrocortisone & Urea 
1% & 10% Cr 



364134 Calnurid-HC 



PHD 



.2450 



Hydrocortisone Acetate 

1% Cr 



458155 Hyderm 
477699 Corticreme 



KLP 
ROG 



.0226 



Hydrocortisone Acetate 
0.5% Cr 



539538 Hyderm 



KLP 



.0176 



Hydrocortisone Acetate 
1% Dint 



031054 Cortef 



UPJ 



,1620 



Hydrocortisone Acetate & Urea 
1% & 10% Cr 



503134 Uremol-HC 



TCD 



.1218 



Hydrocortisone Acetate & Urea 
1% & 10% Lot 



560022 Uremol-HC 



TCD 



.0663 



Hydrocortisone Valerate 
0.2% Cr 



423165 Westcort 



WSD 



1753 



2578 



O. Reg. 689/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6147 



84:00 Skin and Mucous Membrane Préparât ions 



84:06:00 Ant i-lnflamnat ory Aztnts 

Hydrocortisone Valerate 
0.2Z Oint 

Methylprednisolone 
0.25Z Cr 

Triaacinolone Acetonide 
O.IZ Cr 



Tr lane i no lone Acetonide 
0.025Z Cr 



590800 Westcort 



031062 Medrol 



014621 Aristocort R 
029114 Kenalog 
385204 Triadera 
-^535273 Trianide Regular 



#029106 Keaalog-E 
282448 Aristocort D 
385182 Triadera 

♦535249 Trianide Mild 



WSD 



UPJ 



LED 
SQU 
KLP 

Tce 



squ 

LED 
KLP 
TCH 



,1753 



.1150 



.0340 



,0170 



Triaaciaolone Acetonide 
O.IZ Oint 



029572 Kenalog 
127914 Aristocort R 



SQU 
LED 



.0378 



Triaacinolone Acetonide 
0.025Z Oint 



Triaacinolone Acetonide O.IZ in Orabase 
Oral Top Oint 



#029564 Kenalog-E 
282456 Aristocort D 



029505 Kenalog-Orabase 

84:08:00 Ant iprur it i cs and Topical Anesthet ics 



Cinchocaine HCl 
1" Oint 

Pranoxine HCl 
1- Cr 

Tetracaine HCl 
1- Cr 

84:12:00 Astringents 

Aliminna Acetate & Benzethonim Chloride 

0.35" & 0.023Z Pd 579947 Buro-Sol 

84:24:00 Emol t i ent s , Demulcents and Prot ect ant s 



623385 Napercainal 
000116 Tronothane 
205451 Pontocaine 



* Dinethylpolysiloxane 

20r. Cr 



253057 Barrière 



Octyl Dinethyl PABA & Ethyl Dihydroxypropyl PAHA 
67. & 4" Lot «607851 Sanstop 



SOU 
LED 



SQU 



CIB 



ABB 



WIN 



TCD 



AHA 



WAM 



.0583 



.8933 



.0795 



.2313 



.2376 



.4581 



.0284 



.0249 



2579 



6148 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 689/86 



84:00 Skin and tlucous flembrane Préparât ions 



84:24:00 Emol I itnts , Demulcents and Protectants 



Octyl Dimethyl PABA & Oxybenzone 
8Z & 2.37. Lot 



539856 Presnn 15 Creamy 



WSD 



.0372 



Octyl Dimethyl PABA à Oxybenzone 
7% & 27. Lot 



544809 Pabafilm-15 
♦677094 Episnn 



ALC 
SCH 



.0482 



Pedimate & Oxybenzone 
87. & 2.57. Cr 



♦626708 Ultrastop 



CDM 



.0487 



* Zinc Oxide 
157. Oint 



093661 Zinc Oxide 



DTC 



.0184 



84:28:00 Keratolytic Agents 



Anthralin 
0.47. Cr 



537616 Anthranol 



STI 



.1803 



Anthralin 
0.27. Cr 



537608 Anthranol 



STI 



,1551 



Anthralin 
0.17. Cr 



537594 Anthranol 



STI 



,1409 



Anthralin 
27. Oint 



♦566748 Anthraforte 2 



STI 



.2753 



Anthralin 
17. Oint 



♦566756 Anthraforte 1 



STI 



.2418 



Anthralin 
0.2Z Oint 



#187682 Lasan-2 



STI 



.1033 



Anthralin 
0.17. Oint 



#249858 Lasan-1 



STI 



.0984 



Benzoyl Peroxide 
57. c'l Lot 



503835 Benoxyl Wash 



STI 



.0442 



Benzoyl Peroxide 
10% Cl Lot 



502669 Benoxyl Wash 
542040 Desqnam-X Wash 



STI 
WSD 



.0366 



Benzoyl Peroxide 

57. Lot 



236063 Benoxyl 
374326 Oxyderm 



STI 
ICN 



.0728 



Benzoyl Peroxide 
20% Lot 



187585 Benoxyl 
374318 Oxyderm 



STI 
ICN 



.0671 



2580 



O. Reg. 689/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6149 



84:00 Skin and Mucous Hembrane Préparât ions 



84:28:00 Keratolyt ic Agents 

Benzoyl Peroxide 
lOZ Lot 



370568 Benoxyl 
432938 Oxydera 



Benzoyl Peroxide in Acetone-containing Gel 
5% Gel 372692 Deraoxyl 

406821 AcetOxyl 
#530190 Persa-Gel 

Benzoyl Peroxide in Acetone-containing Gel 
20Z Gel 399116 Deraoxyl 

406856 AcetOxyl 

Benzoyl Peroxide in Acetone-containing Gel 
lOZ Gel 372706 Dermoxyl 

406848 AcetOxyl 

#530204 Persa-Gel 



.0711 



STI 
ICN 




ICN 
STI 
MT 


.0757 


ICN 
STI 


.1179 


ICN 
STI 

ORT 


.0910 

.0851 



Benzoyl Peroxide in Alcohol-containing 
57. Gel 



263702 Panoxyl 
426261 5-Benzagel 



.0823 



STI 
ROR 



Benzoyl Peroxide in Alcohol-containing 
20X Gel 

Benzoyl Peroxide in Alcohol-containing 

15% Gel 

Benzoyl Peroxide in Alcohol-containing 
lOZ Gel 



373036 Panoxyl 



403571 Panoxyl 



263699 Panoxyl 
426288 10-Eenzagel 
520772 Alquaa-XlO 



STI 



STI 



STI 
ROR 
WSD 



.1380 



.1278 



.0728 



Benzoyl Peroxide in Water -based Gel 
57. Gel 



307564 Desqaaa-X5 
512613 H20xyl 
621048 Benzac W5 



.0600 



WSD 
STI 
ALC 



Benzoyl Peroxide in Water-based Gel 
20Z Gel 

Benzoyl Peroxide in Water-based Gel 
107. Gel 



512648 H20xyl 



307572 Desqaa«-X10 
512621 H20xyl 
621056 Benzac WIO 



STI 



WSD 
STI 
ALC 



.1399 



.0728 



Salicylic Acid 
6Z Gel 



307580 Keralyt 



.0719 



VSD 



2581 



6150 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 689/86 



84:00 Skin and nucous Membrane Pre par at i ens 



84:28:00 Keratolyt ic Agents 

Tretinoin 
0.05% Cr 

Tretinoin 
0.025% Cr 

Tretinoin 
0.05% Gel 



Tretinoin 
0.025% Gel 



Tretinoin 
0.01% Gel 



Tretinoin 
0.025% Sol 

Tretinoin 
0.05% Top Sol 

84:32:00 Kerat otilast ic Agents 

Coal Tar Extract (OTC) 
2% Gel S5g Pk 

Colloidal Crude Coal Tar (OTC) 
1% Shampoo 250mL Pk 

Crude Coal & Salicylic Acid (OTC) 
8% & 2% Top Sol lOOmL Pk 

Crude Coal Tar (OTC) 
30% Enuls 125mL Pk 

Crude Coal Tar (OTC) 
4.3% Snsp lOOmL Pk 

Crude Coal Tar (OTC) 
2.5% Top Sol 230mL Pk 

Phenol (OTC) 
5% Top Sol llSmL Pk 

Tar (OTC) 
1% Shampoo ISOmL Pk 

Tar Distillate (OTC) 
2% Emu Is 2S0mL Pk 

Tar Distillate (OTC) 
10% Emuls 250mL Pk 



493333 Vitamin A Acid 
518182 StieVAA 



♦578576 StieVAA 



419001 Vitamin A Acid 



♦587966 StieVAA 



♦587958 StieVAA 
590797 Vitamin A Acid 



♦578568 StieVAA 
518174 StieVAA 

373222 Estar 
426423 Zetar 
560448 P & S Plus Gel 
426415 Zetar 
652326 Pentrax 
208132 Balnetar 
054232 P & S Liquid 
249866 Polytar 
579955 Doak-Oil 
579971 Doak-Oil Forte 



ROR 
STI 



ST I 



ROR 



STI 



STI 
ROR 



STI 



STI 



WSD 



2780 



.2831 



.2780 



.2871 



,2780 



1417 



1431 



9.3000 



ROR 



DOR 



ROR 



SCJ 



10.4500 



17.2500 



10.2000 



8.7000 



lO.GOOO 



WSD 



DOR 



STI 



1 1 . 7000 



5.4500 



9.5500 



TCD 



13.5500 



TCD 



84:32:00 Kerat oplast i c Agents 

Tar Distillate (OTC) 
3% Shampoo ISOmt Pk 



632309 Tersa-Tar 



2582 



4.0000 
TCD 



O. Reg. 689/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6151 



84:00 Skin and Mucous Membrane Préparât ions 



84:36:00 Hiset i lantous Skin and Mucous Ntmbrant Agtnts 



Betaaethasone Disodia Phosphate 
Sag/lOOaL Eneu-lOOid. Pk 

Colloidal Oatveal 
Pd-360g Pk 

Colloidal Oatmeal (Dilated) 
Pd-180g Pk 

Etretinate 
25ag Cap 

Etretinate 
lOag Cap 

Fibrinolysin & Desoxyri bonne lease 
lU & 666l'/g Oint 

Fibrinolysin ft Desoxyribonuc lease 
Pd 25U ft 15,000U-Pk 

Flnoronracil 
52 Cr 

Hydrocortisone 
100ag/60aL Enem-60«L Pk 

Hydrocortisone 
40ng Sup 

Hydrocortisone 
lOag Snp 

Hydrocortisone Acetate 
lOZ Rect Aero 

Isotretinoin 
40*g Cap 

Isotretinoin 
lOag Cap 

Methoxsalea 
lOag Cap 

Seleniva Sulfide 
2.5Z Lot 

Sulfasalazine 
3g/100HL Eneaa-lOOid. Pk 

Sntilains 
82,000U/g Dint 

Zinc Pyrithione (OTC) 
27, Shaapoo 125aL Pk 

* Zinc Sulfate 
0.5% Oint 

* Zinc Sulfate 
lOag Sup 



012181 Betnesol 

652350 Aveeno 

652342 Aveeno (OiUted) 
«616419 Tegison 
«^616400 Tegison 

024082 Elase 

023078 Elase 

330582 Efudex 

230316 Hycort 

406708 Cortiaent 

407836 Cortiaent 

579335 Cortifoaa 

582352 Accntaae 

582344 Accntaae 

«^007269 Oxsoralen 
♦646237 lltraMOP 

243000 Selsun 
544442 Salazopyrin 
265381 Travase 
507415 Dan-Gard 



504246 Anusol 
♦621447 Annzinc 



CLA 



SCJ 



SCJ 



BU 



HLR 



PDA 



5.7900 



5.6215 



5.6215 



2.1117 



1.2017 



.7251 



20.G0a0 



476315 Anusol 
♦621439 Anuzinc 



PDA 



HLR 



ICN 



MRD 



NRD 



RCA 



HLR 



HLR 



IC> 

CM 



ABB 



PHD 



FLI 



STI 



PDA 
TCH 



PDA 
TCH 



.3040 



5.6460 



.8420 



.5120 



2.4685 



2.2217 



1.0850 



.3500 



.0377 



4.5400 



1.9245 



5.7000 



.0700 



.1584 



2583 



6152 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 689/86 



86:00 Spasmolyt ics 



Aninophylline 
500mg/10nL Inj Sol-lOnL Pk 

Aninophylline 
250ng/10mL Inj Sol-lOnL Pk 



Aninophylline 
350ng LA Tab 

Aninophylline 
225ng LA Tab 

Aninophylline 
21ng/nL 0/L 

Aninophylline 
SOOmg Sup 

Aninophylline 
250ng Sup 

Aninophylline 
200ng Tab 

Aninophylline 
lOOng Tab 



Oxtriphylline 
600ng LA Tab 

Oxtriphylline 
400ng LA Tab 

Oxtriphylline 
20ng/nL 0/L 

Oxtriphylline 
lOng/nL 0/L 



Oxtriphylline 
300ng Tab 



Oxtriphylline 
200ng Tab 



'f53S672 Aninophylline 



012033 Aninophylline 
♦535664 Aninophylline 



593230 Phyllocontin-350 
491179 Phyllocontin 
379603 Palaron 
451673 Corophyllin 
451665 Corophyllin 
014931 Aninophylline 



014923 Aninophylline 
092940 Aninophylline 



536709 Choledvl SA 



503436 Choledyl SA 



476366 Choledyl 



405310 Rouphylline 
476390 Choledyl 



483591 Choledyl 

511692 Apo-Oxtriphylline 

565377 Novotriphyl 



346071 Rouphylline 
441732 Apo-Oxtriphylline 
458716 Novotriphyl 
476412 Choledyl 



SQU 



GLA 

SQU 



PFR 



PFR 



FIS 



BEE 



BEE 



LED 



LED 
DTC 



PDA 



PDA 



PDA 



ROG 
PDA 



PDA 
APX 
NOP 



ROG 
APX 
NOP 
PDA 



.8000 



.8000 



.18S5 



,1465 



.034G 



.5423 



.4555 



.0672 



.0241 



.1804 



,1521 



.0217 



.0087 



.0242 



.0210 'I 



2584 



r 



O. Reg. 689/86 

86:00 Spasmolyt ics 



Oxtriphylline 
lOOag Tab 



TfaeophylliBe Anhydro* 
20(hig Cap 



Tbeophylline Anhydrons 
lOOag Cap 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6153 



441724 Apo-Oxtviphylline APX 

451282 Ronphylline ROC 

458708 Novotriphyl NOP 

476404 Choledyl FDA 



442283 Soaophyllin-T 
529109 ElixophylliB 



442275 Soaophyllin-T 

529095 Elixophyllin 



.0175 



.1584 



FIS 
BER 



FIS .1711 
BER ,1616 



Theophylline Anhydrous 
50Hg LA Cap 

Theophylline Anhydrous 
300Mg LA Cap 

Theophylline Anhydrons 
250ag LA Cap 

Theophylline Anhydrons 
200Hg LA Cap 

Theophylline Anhydrous 
lOOag LA Cap 

Theophylline Anhydrous 
500mg LA Tab 

Theophylline Anhydrons 
500ag LA Tab 

Theophylline Anhydrons 
aOOag LA Tab 

Theophylline Anhydrons 
aOOag LA Tab 

Theophylline Anhydrons 
aOOag LA Tab 

Theophylline Anhydrons 
SOOag La Tab 

Theophylline Anhydrons 
250Hg LA Tab 

Theophylline Anhydrons 
250ag LA Tab 



551422 Soaophyllin-12 



609021 Soaophyllin-12 



551414 Soaophyllin-12 



609013 Soaophyllin-12 



551430 Soaophyllin-12 



502014 Theolair-SR 



#574945 Respbid 



461008 Theo-Dur 



545732 Theolair-SR 



556742 Ouibron-T/SR 



599905 Theochron 



461695 Theolair-SR 



#574937 Respbid 



FIS 



FIS 



FIS 



FIS 



FIS 



.1296 
.2011 
.1853 
.1673 
.1446 



RIK .2470 



BOE .2453 



AST .2068 



RIK .1595 



BRI .1890 



FOR .1656 



RIE .1520 



BOE .1690 



2585 



6154 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 



86:00 Spasmolyt ics 



Theophylline Anhydrous 
200ng LA Tab 

Theophylline Anhydrons 
200rag LA Tab 

Theophylline Anhydrous 
lOOmg LA Tab 

Theophylline Anhydrous 
lOOmg LA Tab 

Theophylline Anhydrous 
lOng/nL 0/L 

Theophylline Anhydrous 
5.3mg/inL 0/L 



460990 Theo-Dur 



631701 Theochron 



460982 Theo-Dur 



63169S Theochron 



547115 Quibron-T 



AST .1718 



FOR 



,1375 



AST . 1545 



FOR 



BRI 



261203 Theophylline DES 

#452327 Theolixir IC> 

461709 Theolair Alcohol Free Ora RIK 
532223 Theophylline TCH 

575151 PMS-Theophylline PMS 
704466 Elixophyllin BER 



.1235 
.0294 

.0023 



Theophylline Anhydrous 
300mg Tab 

Theophylline Anhydrous 
250mg Tab 

Theophylline Anhydrous 
125mg Tab 

Theophylline Calciua Aainoacetate 
325mg Tab 



#521736 Quibron-T 



461687 Theolair 



395218 Theolair 



263761 Acet-Am 



BRI 



RIK 



RIK 



ORG 



1623 



.2415 



1645 



.0874 



2586 



O. Reg. 689/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6155 



88: CO Vitamins 



88:04:00 Vitamin A 



Vitaain A 
SO.OOOIU Cap 



Vitaain A 
2S,000IU Cap 



88:08:00 Vitamins B 

* Cyanocobalaain (OTC) 
lag/mL Inj Sol lOid. Pk 



* Cyanocobalaain (OTC) 
.iBg/aL laj Sol lOid. Pk 

Folic Acid 
Sag Tab 



Lencovorin Calciiw 
Sag Tab 

Nicotinic Acid (DPP) 
SOag Tab 



Nicotinic Acid (DPP) 
lOOag Tab 



Pyridoxine HCl (DPP) 
2Sag Tab 



Thiaaine HCl (DPP) 
lOOOag/lOuL Inj Sol-10«L Pk 



021075 Vitaain A 
480169 Aqnasol A 



021067 Vitaain A 
480193 Aqnasol A 



002909 Anacobin 
029165 Rnbraain 
211125 Cyanocobalaain 
314277 Cyanocobalaain 
#571865 Cyanocobalaain 



029157 RabraaiB 



#003492 Folic Acid 
014966 Folvite 
021466 Novofolacid 
094617 Folic Acid 
284149 Folic Acid-ICN 
426849 Apo-Folic 

♦498777 Folic Acid 



482900 Calcin Leacovoria 



NOP 
KOR 



NOP 
ROR 



AHA 
SQU 
KLP 
NRO 
ORG 



SQU 



AHA 
LEO 
NOP 
DTC 
IC.N 
API 
LEA 



LED 



.0613 



.0354 



4.9000 



2.7000 



.0052 



015768 


Miacin 




LIL 


268593 


Macin-ICN 




ICN 


274496 


Novoniacin 




NOP 


015776 


Niacin 




LIL 


268585 


Niacin-ICN 




ICN 


015865 


Heza-Betalin 


LIL 


232475 


Vitaain B6 




LEA 


268607 


Vitaain B6- 


ICN 


ICN 


416185 


Vitaain B6 




WAM 



4.0600 



.0083 



.0186 



.0196 



9.6900 



033421 Betaxin 



WIN 



2587 



6156 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 689/86 



'•.00 Vitamins 



88:08:00 Vitamins B 

Thiamine HCl (DPP) 
50mg Tab 



* Vitamins B & C (OTC) 
Tab 100 Pk 

88:12:00 Vitamin C 

* Ascorbic Acid (OTC) 
SOOms Tab 100 Pk 



* Ascorbic Acid (OTC) 
250mg Tab 100 Pk 



* Ascorbic Acid (OTC) 
lOOOng Tab 100 Pk 



* Ascorbic Acid (OTC) 
lOOmg Tab 100 Pk 



88:16:00 Vitamin D 

Alfacalcidol (DPP) 
Imcg Cap 

Alfacalcidol (DPP) 
0.25incg Cap 

Calcitriol (DPP) 
O.Smcg Cap 

Calcitriol (DPP) 
0.25mcg Cap 

Ergocalciferol 
10,3601U/nL 0/L 

Ergocalciferol 
50, 000 I U Tab 



023922 Thiamine 
268631 Vitamin Bl-ICN 
♦610267 Vitamin Bl 



242934 Seminal 



021997 Novo-C 
036188 Ascorbic Acid 
094668 Ascorbic Acid 
232122 Ascorbic Acid 
♦453951 Vitamin C 



021237 Novo-C 
036161 Vitamin C 
094641 Ascorbic Acid 
265012 Ascorbic Acid 
♦570397 Vitamin C 



256862 Ascorbic Acid 
535907 Novo-C 



021970 Novo-C 
094633 Ascorbic Acid 
#492752 Vitamin C 



474525 One-Alpha 
474517 One-Alpha 
481815 Rocaltrol 
481823 Rocaltrol 
033545 Drisdol 
#553050 Calciferol 



PDA 
ICN 
LEA 



AYE 



NOP 

WAM 
DTC 
SAP 
CLK 



NOP 
WAM 
DTC 
SAP 
CLK 



WAM 
NOP 



NOP 
DTC 
CLK 



LEO 



LEO 



HLR 



HLR 



WIN 



ROR 



0207 



8.8000 



3.2000 



1 . 70G0 



7.7000 



1.5000 



.9000 



.3000 



1.0075 



.5295 



.322G 



,1155 



2588 



O. Reg. 689/86 



88: CO Vitamins 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6157 



88:16:00 Vitamin D 

Vitamin D 
50. 000 I U Cap 



Vitamin D (DPP) 
400IU/0.6aL 0/L 

88:24:00 Vitamin K 

Menadiol Sodinn Diphosphate (DPP) 
5mg/mL Inj Sol-liiL Pk 

Menadiol Sodinn Diphosphate (DPP) 
lOMg/mL Inj Sol-lnL Pk 

Menadiol Sodina Diphosphate (DPP) 
Sag Tab 

88:28:00 Multivitamins 

* Hexavitaains USP (OTC) 
Tab 100 Pk 



* Hexavitaains USP (OTC) 
Tab 120 Pk 

• Vitanins A & D & C S B Complex (OTC) 
0/L 250«L Pk 

Vitamins A & D & C & E Complex (OTC) 
Ped 0/L SOmL Pk 



002690 Radiostol 
009830 Ostoforte 



♦630934 D-Vi-Sol 

012912 Synkavite 
012920 Synkavite 
013374 Synkavite 



269034 HexavitaaiBS 
632082 Beminal Plas 



♦629022 Revit 



156493 Pardee 



477583 Poly-Vi-Sol 



AHA 
FRS 



HJO 



HLR 



HLR 



HLR 



NOP 
ATE 



ICN 



PDA 



.1697 



.1184 



.9408 



1.108S 



.0543 



3.4000 



9.2000 



6.2000 



13.7000 



MJO 



2589 



6158 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 689/86 



92:00 Une lassified Therapeut ic Agents 



Allopnrinol 
300ng Tab 



Allopnrinol 
200mg Tab 



Allopurinol 
lOOmg Tab 



Aaantadine HCl 
lOOng Cap 

Amantadine HCl 
lOmg/mL 0/L 

Azathioprine 
50ng Tab 

Bromocriptine 
5ng Cap 

Bromocriptine 
2.5mg Tab 

Calcium Carbiiaide 
50mg Tab 

Clomiphene Citrate 
50mg Tab 



Disnlf iram 
500mg Tab 

Disulf iram 
250mg Tab 

Etidronate Disodiom 
200mg Tab 

Glucagon 

Inj Pd-lmg Pk 



.0335 



294322 


Zyloprira 


BWE 


363693 


Novopurol 


NOP 


402796 


Apo-Allopurinol 


APX 


415766 


Purinol 


HOR 


454354 


Alloprin 


ICN 


415758 


Purinol 


HOR 


479799 


Apo-Allopurinol 


APX 


506370 


Z^loprim 


BWE 


514209 


Alloprin 


ICN 


565342 


Novopurol 


NOP 


004588 


Zyloprim 


BWE 


364282 


Novopurol 


NOP 


402818 


Apo-Al lopurinol 


APX 


415731 


Purinol 


HOR 


449687 


Alloprin 


ICN 



589012 Symmetrel 

589004 Symmetrel 

004596 Imuran 

568643 Parlodel 

371033 Parlodel 

014958 Tempos il 

018031 Clomid 
-^640158 Serophene 

002542 Antabuse 

002534 Antabuse 

582522 Didronel 

015377 Glucagon 



.0270 



.0137 



DUP 



DIP 



BWE 



SAN 



SAN 



LED 



MER 
PMS 



AYE 



AYE 



EAT 



.4850 



.0830 



.5880 



1.1230 



,6610 



.3500 



2.7090 



.3542 



.1914 



1.0358 



18.3384 



LIL 



2590 



O. Reg. 689/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6159 



:'2:0C Vnc lassi fitd Thirapeut ic Agents 



Levodopa 
SOOag Tab 

Levodopa 
250Bg Tab 

Levodopa & Benserazide 
20(hig & SOag Cap 

Levodopa & Benserazide 
lOOmg & 25ng Cap 

Levodopa & Benserazide 
SOag & 12. Sag Cap 

Levodopa & Car bi dopa 
250Hg S 25ag Tab 

Levodopa & Carbidopa 
lOOag & 25iig Tab 

Levodopa & Carbidopa 
lOOag & lOag Tab 

Penicillajiine 
25(hig Cap 

PeBicillaaine 
12Sag Cap 

Penicillaaine 
25(hig Tab 

Pentoxifylline 
400ag U Tab 

Sod i AM Croaoglyc&te 
lOOag Cap 

Sodim Cronog locate 
17. Inh Sol 2aL Pk 

Sod i un Cronoglycate 
Inh 200 dose Pk 

Sodiua CroMoglycate 
Inh- 112 dose Pk 

Sodium Cromoglycate 
20iig/Cart Pd Inh 

5-AMinosalicyclic Acid 

400Bg Tab 



013358 Larodopa 
013331 Larodopa 
386472 Prolopa 200-50 
386464 Prolopa 100-25 
522597 Prolopa 50-12.5 
328219 Sineaet 
513997 Sineaet 
355658 Sinenet 
016055 CnpriBine 
497894 Capriaine 
511641 Depen 
586625 Trental 
500895 Nalcrom 
534609 Intal 
555649 F i vent 
990981 F i vent 
261238 Intal Spincaps 
♦634557 Asacol 



HLR 



HLR 



BLR 



HLK 



HLR 



MSD 



MSD 



MSD 



MSD 



MSD 



HOR 



HOE 



FIS 



FIS 



.2100 



1185 



.5000 



.2995 



.1820 



.4286 



.4061 



.2712 



.5758 



.3841 



.4695 



.4158 



.7043 



.5894 



29.2000 



FIS 



FIS 



FIS 



18.5500 



.3435 



.3815 



EAT 

O. Reg. 689/86, Sched. 1. 



(9796) 



OXYGEN 
ALLERGENIC 



Schedule 2 



EXTRACTS 



2591 



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SO 



6160 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 690/86 



PRESCRIPTION DRUG COST 
REGULATION ACT, 1986 

O. Reg. 690/86. 

General. 

Made— November 26th, 1986. 

Filed— November 27th, 1986. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 

PRESCRIPTION DRUG COST REGULATION 

ACT, 1986 

GENERAL 

1. In this Regulation, 

"original product" means the original source of a drug 
product in a particular strength and dosage form 
that is designated as a listed drug product under 
Ontario Regulation 689/86 (General) or that was 
listed as a drug product in the Parcost C.D.I, pre- 
scribed under Ontario Regulation 839/84; 

"production size lot" means the amount of finished 
product that is made from the minimum quantity 
of raw materials specified in a formula that can be 
processed using full sized production equipment 
into a dosage form that meets the specifications for 
the finished product. O. Reg. 690/86, s. 1. 

2. Each product that is listed in Schedule 1 of a 
particular strength and dosage form of a drug is inter- 
changeable with each other such listed product. 
O. Reg. 690/86, s. 2. 

3. For the purposes of section 7 of the Act, the best 
available price in respect of each product listed in Col- 
umn 1 of Part B of Schedule 2 is the amount set out 
opposite thereto in Column 2 of Part B of Schedule 
2. O. Reg. 690/86, s. 3. 

4. The percentage of the base price that is pre- 
scribed for the purposes of clause 7 (3) (b) of the Act is 
that percentage set out in Part A of Schedule 2. 
O. Reg. 690/86, s. 4. 

5. A person may charge more than the person's 
usual and customary dispensing fee for a product that 
is supplied pursuant to a prescription if the person 
explains why a fee in excess of the usual and customary 
fee is being charged prior to the dispensing of the pre- 
scription and the charging of the additional fee does 
not result in the person being in contravenfion of sec- 
tion 47 of Regulation 451 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980. O. Reg. 690/86, s. 5. 

6. — (1) The conditions set out in this section apply 
only with respect to each strength and dosage form of 
each product for which a submission to the Minister to 
be designated as interchangeable is made on and after 
the 31st day of July, 1986. 



(2) It is a condition for each strength and dosage 
form of a product to be designated as interchangeable 
with other products that the manufacturer of the pro- 
duct submits to the Minister within the time limit set 
out in Schedule 3, 

(a) evidence that the manufacturer meets the 
standards contained in Good Manufacturing 
Practices for Drug Manufacturers and 
Importers, second edition, published by the 
Health Protection Branch of Health and 
Welfare (Canada); 

ib) if, 

(i) the product is a new drug within the 
meaning of the Food and Drugs Act 
(Canada), 

(ii) the Health Protection Branch of 
Health and Welfare (Canada) has 
issued a Notice of Compliance to the 
manufacturer of the product in 
respect of a new drug submission 
within the meaning of the said Act, or 

(iii) the manufacturer has filed with the 
said Health Protection Branch a new 
drug submission that relates to the 
drug product, 

a Notice of Compliance with respect to the 
product issued under secfion C. 08. 004 of ^ 
Division 8, Part C of the Food and Drug 
Reguladons and a product monograph with 
respect to the product that has been 
approved by the Health Protection Branch 
for the purpose of issuing the Notice of Com- 
pliance; 

(c) a statement that sets out all the representa- 
tions that are intended to be made by the 
manufacturer for the promotion of the pro- 
duct with respect to, 

(i) the recommended route of administ- 
ration of the product, 

(ii) the proposed dosage of the product, 

(iii) the claims for the product, and 

(iv) the contra-indications and side effects 
of the product; 

(d) the Drug Identification Number of the pro- 
duct; 

(e) the formula of the product in a manner that 
clearly indicates all the ingredients and the 
quantities of those ingredients; 

(/) specifications of a pharmacopoeial or equi- 
valent standard for the active raw materials 
used to make the product and for the finished 
product; 



2592 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6161 



(g) documentation with respect to the manufac- 
turing and quality control of the product that 
shows at least, 

(i) production work sheets of the man- 
ufacturer with respect to the two most 
current production size lots, and 

(ii) the sources of the active raw materials 
used to manufacture the product; 

(h) a certificate of analysis that shows the results 
of the tests that were carried out on the active 
raw materials used to make the product and 
the finished product and that compares the 
results of those tests with the specifications 
for the active raw materials and the finished 
product; 

(i) studies that show that the product is stable 
under the storjige conditions specified by the 
manufacturer for the intended shelf life of the 
product; 

ij) a sample of the product that is representative 
of the production size lots to which the 
documentation referred to in clause ig) relates 
packaged and labelled as it is being sold at 
the time of the submission and in a quantity 
that is sufficient to complete all the tests 
necessar\- to determine whether or not the 
product meets the manufacturer's specifica- 
tions for the finished product; 

{k) a sample of the active raw materials used to 
make the product that is representative of the 
production size lots to which the documenta- 
tion referred to in clause (g) relates in a 
quantity that is sufficient to complete all the 
tests necessar\- to determine whether or not 
the active raw materials meet the manufac- 
turer's specifications for the active raw mat- 
erials; 

(/) proof of the availabiUty of the product for 
sale as shown by, 

(i) an invoice or invoices detaiUng the 
sale of the product to a drug 
wholesaler or pharmacy in Ontario, or 

(ii) a copy of a completed Drug Notifica- 
tion Form issued under section 
C. 01. 014 of Division 1, Part C, of the 
Food and Drug Regulations; 

(m) dissolution studies or other studies that show 
the consistency of the manufacturing process 
of the product; 



(n) comparative bioavailabihty studies or com- 
parative clinical studies or both in humans or 
other in vivo studies that will show the inter- 
changeability of the product with the original 
product; 

(o) evidence that the physical properties of the 
product do not adversely affect patient 
acceptance of the product to any greater 
degree than the original product; 

(P) a list that sets out the cost to the pharmacist 
or wholesaler for each package size of the 
product that is offered for sale; 

iq) evidence that the manufacturer is able to 
supply the product at the price quoted to the 
Minister in a quantity that is sufficient to 
meet the reasonably anticipated demand for 
the product; and 

(r) a consent that sets out that the Minister may 
have access to all information given to the 
Health Protection Branch of Health and 
Welfare (Canada) with respect to the product 
that is in connection with a new drug submis- 
sion or a supplement relating to the product 
within the meaning of the Food and Drugs 
Act (Canada) or any other submission that is 
necessarv- for the lawful sale of the product in 
Canada. 

(3) Clause (2) (b) does not apply where the Health 
Protection Branch gives an opinion in writing that 
states that a new drug submission or a supplement 
relating to the product is not required by the Branch 
and that a notice of compliance is not required for the 
lawful sale of the product. 

(4) Clauses (2) {m) and (n) do not apply to a product 
that is the same as a listed drug product viith respect to 
the dosage form, strength, formula and the manufac- 
turing process and testing standards for both the raw 
materials and the finished product. 

(5) Clause {2)(n) does not apply to a submission that 
relates to an additional strength of a product of the 
manufacturer that is a listed drug product where the 
information previously submitted under clause (2) (n) 
with respect to the product is sufficient for the purpose 
of evaluating the interchangeabiUty of the additional 
strength of the product. O. Reg. 690/86, s. 6. 

7. Ontario Regulations 839/84, 63/85 and 224/86 
are revoked. 

8. This Regulation com^ into force on the day that 
section 14 of the Act is proclaimed in force. 



2593 



6162 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Schedule 1 



O. Reg. 690/86 



04:00 Ant ihxstaminics 



* Chlorpheniramine Maleate 
4mg Tab 



Cyproheptadine HCl 
0.4mg/nL 0/L 



* Cyproheptadine HCl 
4ng Tab 



* Diphenhydranine HCl 
50ng Cap 



* Diphenhydramine HCl 
25mg Cap 



Promethazine HCl 
2ng/mL 0/L 



0212S8 Novopheniram 
028193 Chlor-Tripolon 



009989 Vimicon 
016314 Periactin 



010073 Vimicon 
016454 Periactin 



022764 Benadryl 
271411 Allerdryl 



022756 Benadryl 
370517 Allerdryl 



025429 Phenergan 
♦583979 PMS-Promethazine 



NOP 
SCH 



FRS 
MSD 



FRS 
MSD 



PDA 
ICN 



PDA 
ICN 



RPP 
PMS 



2594 



O. Reg. 690/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6163 



CSiOO Ant i-Infect ivt Agents 



78:12:04 Antibiotics Antifungals 



Nystatin 
lOO.OOOU/aL 0/L 



014S50 Nilstat 
248169 Mycostatin 
282219 .Nadostiae 



LED 



Nystatin 
500,000U Tab 



014974 Nilstat 
029416 MycostatiB 
270113 Nadostiae 



LED 

sqo 

NDA 



08:12:12 Antibiotics Erythromycins 



Erytfaronycin Base 
250Bg Tab 



030899 E-Mycia 
244635 Erytbroaid 
♦640263 Erythro«ycii 



DPJ 
ABB 

en 



ErythrtMiyciB Estolate 
250Kg Cap 



Erythroaycia Estolate 
SOag/aL 0/L 



Erytbroaycia Estolate 
25ag/aL 0/L 



Erytbroaycia Etbylsncciaate 
40ag/aL 0/L 



Erytbroaycin Stéarate 
SOOag Tab 



Erytbroaycin Stéarate 
250ag Tab 



08:12:16 Antibiotics Ptnicill ins 



015202 Ilosoae 

020966 Novorytbro Estolate 



210641 Ilosoae 

262595 Novorytbro Estolate 



015474 Ilosone 

021172 .Novorythro Estolate 



LIL 

NOP 



LIL 

NOP 



LIL 
NOP 



000299 EES-200 ABB 

605S59 Novorythro Etbyl Sncciaat NOP 



266515 Erythrocin ABB 

>^688568 Apo-Erytbro-S APX 



000434 Erythrocin ABB 

281573 Erytbroaycin Stéarate SAP 

391581 Novorytbro Stéarate NOP 

545678 Apo-Erytbro-S APX 



Aaoxicillia 
500ag Cap 



330531 Aaoxil 
406716 Novaaoxia 
628123 Apo-.Aaoxi 



ATE 
HOP 
APX 



2595 



6164 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 690/86 



08:00 Ant i-Infect ive Agents 



08:12:16 Ant ibiot ics Penic i 1 1 ins 



Amoxicillin 
250mg Cap 



Amoxicillin 

50mg/mL 0/L 



Amoxicillin 
25mg/mL 0/L 



Anpicillin 
SOOng Cap 



Ampicillin 
250mg Cap 



Ampicillin 

Inj Pd-lOOOmg Pk 



Ampicillin 

Inj Pd-500mg Pk 



Ampicillin 
50mg/mL 0/L 



Ampicillin 
25mg/raL 0/L 



Cloxacillin 
SOOmg Cap 



288497 


Anoxil 


AYE 


406724 


Novamoxin 


NOP 


628115 


Apo-Amoxi 


APX 


288519 


Amoxil 


AYE 


452130 


Novamoxin 


NOP 


628158 


Apo-Amoxi 


APX 


288500 


Amoxi 1 


AYE 


452149 


Novamoxin 


NOP 


628131 


Apo-Amoxi 


APX 


002011 


Penbritin 


AYE 


020885 


Novo-Ampicil lin 


NOP 


348848 


Ampici 11 in 


SAP 


603295 


Apo-Ampi 


APX 


002003 


Penbritin 


AYE 


020877 


Novo-Ampicil lin 


NOP 


265047 


Ampicillin 


SAP 


603279 


Apo-Ampi 


APX 


002127 


Penbritin 


AYE 


004065 


Ampicin 


BRI 


002119 


Penbritin 


AYE 


004057 


Ampicin 


BRI 


002429 


Penbritin 


AYE 


021148 


Novo-Ampici 11 in 


NOP 


283185 


Amp i c i 1 1 i n 


SAP 


603287 


Apo-Ampi 


APX 


002410 


Penbritin 


AYE 


021121 


Novo-Ampicillin 


NOP 


281565 


Ampicillin 


SAP 


603260 


Apo-Ampi 


APX 


002054 


Or ben in 


AYE 


337773 


Novocloxin 


NOP 


618284 


Apo-Cloxi 


APX 



I 



2596 



o. Reg. 690/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6165 



:8:CC Anr i-Infcct ize Agents 



08:12:16 Ant ibiot ics Pznicilt ins 



Cloxacillin 
250ag Cap 



Cloxacillin 

Inj Pd-2000Bg Pk 



Cloxacillin 

Inj Pd-250mg Pk 



Cloxacillin 

Inj Pd-500iag Pk 



Cloxacillin 
25mg/nL 0/L 



Penicillin G (Potassiini) 
500,00011' Tab 



Penicillin G Crystalline 
Inj Pd l.OOO.OOOIU-Pk 



Penicillin G Crystalline 
Inj Pd 5.000,OOOIL'-Pk 



Penicillin V (Benzathine) 
eOmo/nL 0/L 



Penicillin V (Potassiim) 
60Rg/BL 0/L 



Penicillin V (Potassimi) 
25mg/HL 0/L 



002046 
337765 
618292 


Orbenin 

Novocloxin 

Apo-Cloxi 




AÏE 
NOP 
AFX 


002186 
407615 
417238 


Orbenin 
Tegopen 
Bactopen 




ATE 
BRI 
BEE 


002151 
407593 
417203 


Orbenin 
Tegopen 
Bactopen 




ATE 
BRI 
BEE 


002178 
407607 
417211 


Orbenin 
Tegopen 
Bactopen 




ATE 
BRI 
BEE 


002445 

337757 

■•-644633 


Orbenin 

.Novocloxin 

Apo-Cloxi 




ATE 
NOP 
AFX 


107484 
116726 
151432 


Megacillin 500 

P-50 

Novopen-500 


FRS 
HOR 
NOP 


002208 
011983 


Penicillin G (Pot) 
Crystapen ( Sod ) 


ATE 
GLA 


002216 
011991 


Penicillin G (Pot) 
Crystapen (Sod) 


ATE 
GU 


034045 
248835 


Pen-Vee 
PVF 500 




WTE 
FRS 


331945 

391603 

«642231 


VC-K 500 
Novopen-VK-500 
Apo-Pen V-K 


LIL 
NOP 
APX 


015563 

018635 

♦642223 


V-Cillin K 
Nadopen-V 
Apo-Pen V-K 




LIL 
NDA 
APX 



2597 



6166 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 690/86 



08:00 Ant i-Infect ivi Agents 



08:l2il6 Antibiotics Penicillins 

Penicillin V (Potassiun) 
300ng Tab 



08:12'.24 Ant ibiot ics Tetracyclines 

Tetracycline 
250ng Cap 



08:12:28 Ant ibiot ics Other Ant ibiot ics 



018740 Nadopen-V 
021202 Novopen-VK-500 
210714 Penicillin V (Pot> 
248843 PVF-K 500 
262447 Ledercillin VK 
♦642215 Apo-Pen V-K 



014605 Achromycin V 
021059 Novotetra 
024422 Tetracyn 
210765 Tetracycline 
580929 Apo-Tetra 



NDA 
NOP 
SAP 
FRS 
LED 
AFX 



LEO 
NOP 
PFI 
SAP 
APX 



Cefazolin Sodium 
Inj Pd-lOOOmg Pk 



319112 Ancef 
322296 Kefzol 



SKF 
LIL 



Cefazolin Sodium 
Inj Pd-500mg Pk 



319139 Ancef 
322288 Kefzol 



SKF 
LIL 



Cephalexin Monohydrate 
SOOmg Cap 



253146 Ceporex 
342114 Novolexin 



GLA 
NOP 



Cephalexin Monohydrate 
250mg Cap 



253154 Ceporex 
342084 Novolexin 



GLA 
NOP 



Cephalexin Monohydrate 
50mg/mL 0/L 



035645 Keflex 
321443 Ceporex 
342092 Novolexin 



LIL 
GLA 
NOP 



Cephalexin Monohydrate 

25mg/mL 0/L 



015547 Keflex 
221435 Ceporex 
342106 Novolexin 



LIL 
GLA 

NOP 



Cephalexin Monohydrate 
500mg Tab 



244392 Keflex 
583421 Novolexin 



LIL 
NOP 



Cephalexin Monohydrate 
250ng Tab 



403628 Keflex 

583413 Novolexin 



LIL 

NOP 



2598 



O. Reg. 690/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6167 



C8:CC Ant i-lnfect ivc Agents 



C8:12:28 Antibiotics Other Ant ibiot ics 



Gent&aiciii Sulfate 
80Bg/2«L Inj Sol-2id. Pk 



223824 GaraHfcin 
259179 CidoHycin 



SCH 



Tobraaycin Sulfate 
8Chig/2id. Inj Sol-2iid. Pk 



325449 Nebcin 
381969 Nebcin 



LIL 
LIL 



C8:l6zOO Antitubtrcular Agents 



Ethaabntol HCl 
400ag Tab 

EthaHbntol HCl 
lOOHg Tab 



Isoniazid 
30(}ag Tab 



Isoniazid 
lOOag Tab 



Rifaapin 
SOOag Cap 



Rifaapin 
ISOag Cap 



127965 


Myaabntol 


LED 


247979 


Etibi 


ICM 


127957 


Myaabntol 


LED 


247960 


Etibi 


ICN 


272655 


Isotaaine-300 


IOC 


310247 


Isoniazid 


SAP 


013323 


Riaifon 


HLR 


261270 


Isotamine-100 


ICN 


440108 


Isoniazid 


SAP 


210463 


Riaactane 


CIB 


249483 


Rifadin 


MER 


343617 


Rofact 


ICN 


210471 


Rivactaae 


CIB 


249475 


Rifadin 


MER 


393444 


Rofact 


ICN 



08:20:00 Plasmodi cides t Ant imalar ialsl 



Chloroqnine Phosphate 
25Od0 Tab 



021261 Novochloroqnine 
033642 Aral en 



NOP 
WIN 



Quinine Sulfate 
SOOag Cap 



021016 Novoquinine 
093750 Quinine 



NOP 
DTC 



Quinine Sulfate 
200ag Cap 



021008 Novoqainine 

093742 Quinine Sulfate 



NOP 

DTC 



2599 



6168 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 690/86 



08:00 Anti-Irtfective Agents 



08:24:00 Sulfonamides 

Sulfamethoxazole 
SOOng Tab 



Sulfapyridine 
500mg Tab 



013412 Gantanol BLR 

421480 Apo-Sulfamethoxazole APX 

#155470 Sulfapyridine PDA 

163929 Dagenan rpp 



Sulfasalazine 
SOOmg Ent Tab 

Sulfasalazine 
SOOmg Tab 



158526 Salazopyrin 
445126 S.A.S. Enteric 500 



024856 Salazopyrin 
263869 S.A.S. 500 
+598461 PMS-Sulfasalazine 



PHD 
ICN 



PHD 
ICN 
PMS 



Sulf isoxazole 
SOOmg Tab 



013420 Gantrisin 
021792 Novosoxazole 
210730 Sulfisoxazole 



HLR 
NOP 

SAP 



08:32: 00 Tr i cftamonac ide s 



Metronidazole 
250mg Tab 



021555 Novonidazol 
025615 Flagyl 
545066 Apo-Metronidazole 
+584339 PMS-Metronidazole 



NOP 
RPP 
APX 
PMS 



08:36:00 Urinary Germicides 

Nitrofurantoin 
SOmg Tab 



Nitrofurantoin 
lOOmg Tab 



Phenazopyr idine HCl 
200mg Tab 



Phenazopyridine HCl 
lOOmg Tab 



021563 Novofuran 
092800 Nitrofurantoin 
319511 Apo-Nitrofurantoin 

021571 Novofuran 
092819 Nitrofurantoin 
312738 Apo-Nitrofurantoin 



454583 Phenazo 
476722 Pyridium 



271489 Phenazo 

476714 Pyvidium 



NOP 
DTC 
APX 



NOP 
DTC 
APX 



ICN 
PDA 



ICN 

PDA 



2600 



O. Reg. 690/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6169 



Anti-lnficti-cc Agents 



08:40:00 ?tiscellantous Ant i-Infect ives 

Sulfanethoxazole & TrinethopriM 
40ng & SMg/nL 0/L 



Salfanethoxazole & Trimethoprim 
SOOng & 160ng Tab 



Salfanethoxazole & Trinethoprin 
400mg & SOng Tab 



270644 Septra 

272485 Bactrim Sugar Free 



368040 Septra DS 
371823 Bactrin-DS 
445282 Apo-Sulfatrin-DS 
510645 Novotrinel DS 

516767 Sulfamethoxazole & 

Trimethoprim 

270636 Septra 
272469 Bactrim 
445274 Apo-Sulfatrim 
510637 Novotrimel 
516759 Sulfamethoxazole & 
Trimethoprim 



BWE 
HLR 



BWE 
HLR 
APX 
NOP 
DTC 



BWE 
HLR 
APX 
NOP 
DTC 



IO:QO Ant ineoplast ic Agents 



Cyclophosphamide 
Inj Pd-200mg Pk 



013544 Procytox 
344907 Cytoxan 



HOR 
BRI 



Cyclophosphamide 
SOrag Tab 



013749 Procytox 
344885 Cytoxan 



HOR 
BRI 



Cyclophosphamide 
25mg Tab 



262676 Procytox 
344877 Cytoxan 



HOR 
BRI 



Fluoronracil 
500ng/10mL Inj Sol-lOnL Pk 



012882 Fluoronracil 
428493 Adrucil 



HLR 
ADI 



2601 



6170 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 690/86 



12:00 Autonomic Agents 



12:04:00 Parasympathomimetic IChol inergic ) Agents 



Bethanechol Chloride 
25mg Tab 

Bethanechol Chloride 
lOmg Tab 



349739 Urecholine 
453005 Duvoid 



349720 Urecholine 
452998 Duvoid 



FRS 

EAT 



FRS 
EAT 



12:08:00 Parasympatholytic /Ckol inergic Blocking} Agents 



Atropine Sulfate 
0.6 mg/ml Inj Sol 1 ml Pk 



012076 Atropine 
#535699 Atropine Sulfate 



GLA 
SQU 



Atropine Sulfate 
0.4mg/ml Inj Sol 1ml Pk 



061697 Atropine 
#535680 Atropine Sulfate 



GLA 
SQU 



Benztropine Mesylate 
2ng Tab 



Dicyclomine HCl 
lOmg Cap 



016357 Cogentin 
426857 Apo-Benztropine 
428086 Bensylate 



018007 Bentylol 
361933 Formulex 



MSD 
APX 
ICN 



MER 
ICN 



Procyclidine HCl 
0.5nig/mL 0/L 



Procyclidine HCl 
5ng Tab 



Propantheline Bromide 
15ing Tab 



004405 Kemadrin 
485012 Procyclid 

004758 Kenadrin 
306290 Procyclid 

028592 Pro-Banthine 
294837 Propanthel 



EWE 
ICN 



BWE 
ICN 



SEA 
ICN 






Trihexyphenidyl HCl 
Smg Tab 



Trihexyphenidyl HCl 
2ng Tab 



015059 Artane 
021938 Novohexidyl 
271314 Aparkane 
545074 Apo-Trihex 



015040 Artane 
021911 Novohexidyl 
280445 Aparkane 
545058 Apo-Trihex 



LED 
NOP 
ICN 
APX 



LED 
NOP 
ICN 
APX 



2602 



O. Reg. 690/86 

12:CJ Aut onomi c Agents 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6171 



12: 12:C0 Sympat horn i met ic lAdrenerzic / Agents 



Pseadoephedrine HCl 
6mg/mL 0/L 



004561 Sudafed 
425516 Robidrine 



BWE 
ROB 



Pseudoephedrine HCl 
60Mg Tab 



004766 Sadafed 

342726 Robidrine 



BVE 

ROB 



Salbatanol 
4Bg Tab 



Salbutanol 
2»g Tab 



332267 Ventolin 
«620963 NovosalHol 



361135 Ventolin 
«620955 .Novosalaol 



AHA 
NCM> 



AHA 
NOP 



20:00 Blood Format i on and Coagulât i on 



20:04: 00 Ant ianemia Drugs 



* Ferrous Fimarate (OTC) 
200Hg Tab 100 Pk 



«01223S Fersajul CLA 

021431 NovofoMar NOP 

094706 Ferrons FuMarate DTC 



\ * Ferrous Gluconate (OTC) 

300mg Tab 100 Pk 



* Ferrous Sulfate (OTC) 
300«g Ent Tab 100 Pk 



021458 Novoferrogluc NOP 

031097 Ferrous Gluconate WAM 

033650 Fergon WIN 

«041157 Ferrous Gluconate LEA 

094714 Ferrous Gluconate DTC 

545031 Apo-FerroHS Gluconate APX 



232998 >ovoferrosulfa NOP 

520810 Apo-Ferrous Sulfate APX 



2603 



6172 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 690/86 



24:00 Cardiovascular Drugs 



24:04:00 Cardiac Drugs 



Disopyranide 
ISOng Cap 



396389 Norpace 
439363 Rythmodan 



SEA 
ROU 



Disopyranide 
lOOmg Cap 



382876 Rythmodan 
396370 Norpace 



ROU 
SEA 



Metoprolol Tartrate 
SOing Tab 



397423 Lopresor 
402605 Betaloc 
618632 Apo-Metoprolol 
•■648035 Novometoprol 



GEI 
AST 
APX 
NOP 



Metoprolol Tartrate 
lOOmg Tab 



397431 Lopresor 
402540 Betaloc 
618640 Apo-Metoprolol 
+648043 iNovometoprol 



GEI 
AST 
APX 
NOP 



Propranolol 
SOmg Tab 



313602 Inderal 
402761 Apo-Propranolol 
496502 Novopranol 
523380 Propranolol 
582271 PMS-Propranolol 



AYE 
APX 

NOP 
DTC 
PMS 



Propranolol 
40mg Tab 



002666 Inderal 
402753 Apo-Propranolol 
496499 Novopranol 
523399 Propranolol 
582263 PMS-Propranolol 



AYE 
APX 
NOP 
DTC 
PMS 



Propranolol 
20mg Tab 



Propranolol 
120ng Tab 



489859 Inderal-20 
♦663719 Apo-Propranolol 



456578 Inderal 
504335 Apo-Propranolol 
549657 Novopranol 
582298 PMS-Propranolol 



AYE 
APX 



AYE 
APX 

NOP 
PMS 



Propranolol 
lOmg Tab 



002658 Inderal 
402788 Apo-Propranolol 
496480 Novopranol 
523402 Propranolol 
582255 PMS-Propranolol 



AYE 
APX 
NOP 
DTC 
PMS 



2604 



O. Reg. 690/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6173 



24:00 Cardiovascular Drugs 



24:04:00 Cardiac Drugs 

Ouinidine Sulfate 
20000 Tab 



24:06:00 Ant i I i t> emi c Drugs 

Clof ibrate 
SOOng Cap 



003611 Quinidine AHA 

004782 Ouinidine BWE 

021733 Novoquinidine >'0P 

023868 Ouinidine PDA 

026883 Quinidine RQG 

094412 Quinidine DTC 

441740 Apo-Quinidine Sulfate AFX 



002038 Atroaid-S 
337382 Novof ibrate 
409472 Claripex 



AYE 
NOP 
ICN 



24:08:00 Hyfiot tnsivt Drugs IFor Diuretics See 40:28/ 



Chlorthal idone 
SOog Tab 



010413 Hygroton GEI 

298964 I'ridon ICN 

337447 Novothal idone NOP 

360279 Apc-Chlorthal idone APX 

398365 Chlorthalidone DTC 



Chlorthalidone 
lOOng Tab 



Foroseaide 
20«g/2«L Inj Sol-2«L Pk 



010421 Hygroton GET 

293881 Iridon ICN 

337455 Novothal idone NOP 

360287 Apo-Chlorthal idone APX 

398373 Chlorthalidone DTC 



217743 Lasix 
#467766 Lritol 



HOE 
HOR 



Furoseaide 
40mg Tab 



Furoseaide 
20ag Tab 



012580 Lasix 
332275 Furoside 
337749 Novosenide 
344079 Lritol 
362166 Apo-Furosenide 
396249 Fnrosemide 



289590 Lasix 
337730 Novoseaide 
353612 Furoside 
396788 Apo-Furosenide 
489131 Furosemide 



HOE 
ICN 
NOP 
HOR 
APX 
DTC 



WE 
NOP 
ICN 
APX 
DTC 



Guanethidine Monosnlfate 
25ag Tab 



005517 Isnelin 

396 75 3 Apo-Guanethidine 



CIB 

APX 



2605 



6174 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 690/86 



24:ûQ Cardiovascular Drugs 



24:08:00 Hvtotensive Drugs ipor Biuret ics See 40:28) 



Guanetbidine Monosulfate 
lOmo Tab 



Hydrochlorothiazide 
50mg Tab 



Hydrochlorothiazide 
25nig Tab 



Hydrochlorothiazide & Spironolactone 
25mg & 25ng Tab 



Hydrochlorothiazide & Triamterene 
25mg & SOing Tab 



Methyldopa 
SOOmg Tab 



Methyldopa 
250mg Tab 



Methyldopa 
125ng Tab 



005509 Ismelin CIB 

396745 Apo-Guanethidine APX 



#005576 Esidrix CIB 

016519 HydroDIURIL MSD 

021482 Novohydrazide NOP 

092703 Hydrochlorothiazide DTC 

209821 Hydrochlorothiazide SAP 

263907 Irozide ICN 
312800 Apo-Hydrochlorothiazide APX 



#005568 Esidrix CIB 

016500 HydroDIURIL MSD 

021474 Novohydrazide NOP 

092681 Hydrochlorothiazide DTC 

263893 Urozide ICN 

326844 Apo-Hydrochlorothiazide APX 



180408 Aldactazide SEA 

613231 Novo-Spirozine NOP 



181528 Dyazide SKF 

441775 Apo-Triazide APX 

532657 Novotriamzide NOP 



016586 Aldomet MSD 

337498 Novonedopa NOP 

353639 Dopamet ICN 

426830 Apo-Methyldopa APX 

456020 Methyldopa DTC 



016578 Aldomet MSD 

250392 Dopamet ICN 

337471 Novomedopa NOP 

360260 Apo-Methyldopa APX 

456004 Methyldopa DTC 



016551 Aldomet MSD 

337463 Novomedopa NOP 

353620 Dopamet ICN 

360252 Apo-Methyldopa APX 

456012 Methyldopa DTC 



I 



2606 



O. Reg. 690/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6175 



24:CC Cardiovascular Drugs 



24:08:G0 Hvt>ot tnsive Drugs (For Diuretics See 40:28t 



Methyldopa & Hydrochlorothiazide 
250iig & 25ag Tab 



Methyldopa & Hydrochlorothiazide 
250Bg & ISng Tab 



Metoprolol Tartrate 
SOag Tab 



Metoprolol Tartrate 
100*g Tab 



Propranolol 
SOmg Tab 



Propranolol 
40ng Tab 



Propranolol 
20nig Tab 



Propranolol 
120>g Tab 



140597 Aldoril-25 MSD 

363634 .Novodoparil-25 NOP 

#403490 Dopazide-2S ICN 

441716 Apo-Methazide-25 APX 

584975 PMS-Dopazide-25 PMS 



140589 Aldoril-15 MSD 

363642 .Novodoparil-15 NOP 

#403482 Dopazide-15 ICN 

441708 Apo-Methazide-15 APX 

584967 PMS-Dopazide-15 PMS 



397423 Lopresor GEI 

402605 Betaloc AST 

618632 Apo-Metoprolol APX 

♦648035 Novoaetoprol NOP 



397431 Lopresor GEI 

402540 Betaloc AST 

618640 Apo-Metoprolol APX 

«648043 NovoMetoprol NOP 



313602 Inderal AIE 

402761 Apo-Propranolol APX 

496502 Novopranol SOP 

523380 Propranolol DTC 

582271 PMS-Propranolol PMS 



002666 Inderal ATE 

402753 Apo-Propranolol APX 

496499 Novopranol HX» 

523399 Propranolol DTC 

582263 PMS-Propranolol PSS 



489859 Inderal-20 AIE 

♦663719 Apo-Propranolol APX 



456578 Inderal AIE 

504335 Apo-Propranolol APX 

549657 Novopranol jjqp 

532298 PMS-Propranolol p^s 



2607 



6176 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 690/86 



24:00 Cardiovascular Drugs 



24:08:00 }ivt>ot ensive Drugs (For Diuretics See 40:28/ 



Propranolol 
lOmg Tab 



Reserpine 
0.25mg Tab 



Reserpine 
. Img Tab 



Sp ir one 1 actone 
25iiig Tab 



Spironolactone 
lOOing Tab 



24:12:00 Vasodilat ing Druss 



002658 Inderal 
402788 Apo-Propranolol 
496480 Novopranol 
523402 Propranolol 
582255 PMS-Propranolol 



005665 Serpasil 
021784 Novoreserpine 
093238 Reserpine 



005657 Serpasil 
093211 Reserpine 



028606 Aldactone 
613215 Novo-Spiroton 



285455 Aldactone 
544477 Sincomen 
613223 Novo-Spiroton 



AYE 
APX 

NOP 
DTC 
PMS 



CIB 
NOP 
DTC 



CIB 
DTC 



SEA 
NOP 



SEA 
BER 
NOP 



Isosorbide Dinitrate 
5ing SL Tab 



Isosorbide Dinitrate 
30nig Tab 



Isosorbide Dinitrate 
lOmg Tab 



* Nitroglycerin 
O.emg SL Tab- 100 Pk 



243116 Isordil 
446661 Coronex 



279536 Isordil 
441694 Apo-ISDN 
446696 Coronex 
458694 Novosorbide 



208973 Isordil 
441686 Apo-ISDN 
446688 Coronex 
458686 Novosorbide 



#003662 Nitrostabilin 
015962 Nitroglycerin 
990620 Nitrostat 



WYE 
AYE 



WYE 
APX 
AYE 
NOP 



WYE 
APX 
AYE 
NOP 



AHA 
LIL 

PDA 



Nitroglycerin 
O.Smg SL Tab- 100 Pk 



015954 Nitroglycerin 
037613 Nitrostat 



LIL 

PDA 



2608 



O. Reg. 690/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6177 



28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



28:08:00 Analgesics 

Acetaminophen 
SOag/iiiL 0/L 



* Acetaninophen 
SOOsg Tab 



♦631353 


Atasol 


eoR 


♦642401 


Tenpra 


>uo 


01366S 


Atasol Forte 


HOR 


#292486 


Canpain 


WIN 


446114 


Exdol Strong 


FRS 


482323 


Novogesic Forte 


NOP 


545007 


Apo- Acetaninophen 


APX 



566802 Acetaninophen Extra Stren CLK 
567663 Acetaninophen WaM 

589233 Acetaninophen Extra Stren DPC 



* Acetaninophen 
325ng Tab 



Acetaninophen with Codeine 
60ag Tab 



Acetaminophen with Codeine 
30rag Tab 



Acetaninophen Conpound with Codeine 
song Tab 



Acetaninophen Conpound with Codeine 
15ng Tab 



* Acetylsalicylic Acid 
650ng Ent Tab 



* Acet7lsalic3^1ic Acid 
325ng Ent Tab 



(«229229 


Canpain 


WIN 


277193 


Rounox 


ROG 


293482 


Atasol 


HOR 


330876 


Robigesic 


R(ffi 


373710 


Exdol 


FRS 


374148 


Acetaninophen 


WAM 


389218 


.Novogesic 


N(H> 


467065 


Acetaninophen 


CLK 


544981 


Apo-.Acetaninophen 


APX 


589241 


Acetaninophen 


DPC 


396516 


Tylenol No. 4 


MCN 


666149 


Enpracet-60 


BVE 


608882 Emtec-30 


TCH 


666130 Empracet 30 


BWE 


293512 


.Atasol -30 


HOR 


372358 


Exdol-30 


FRS 


425389 


Tylenol No. 3 

Lenoltec No. 3 


MCN 


653276 


TCH 


293504 


Atasol- 15 


HOR 


372331 


Exdol-15 


FRS 


425370 


Tylenol No. 2 


MCN 


010340 


Entrophen 


FRS 


229296 


Novasen 


NOP 


343889 


Ecotrin-10 


SKF 


010332 


Entrophen 


FKS 


027189 
216666 


Ecotrin 
Novasen 


SKF 
NOP 



2609 



6178 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 690/86 



28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



28:08:00 Analgesics 



» Acetylsalicylic Acid (OTC) 
325mg Tab 100 Pk 

Acetylsalicylic Acid Compound with Codeine 
30ng Tab 



Acetylsalicylic Acid Conpound with Codeine 
15mg Tab 



Codeine Phosphate 
5mg/mL 0/L 



Codeine Phosphate 
60ng Tab 



Codeine Phosphate 
30ng Tab 



Codeine Phosphate 
ISng Tab 



Colchicine 
0.6ng Tab 



Ibuprofen 
600ng Tab 



Ibuprofen 
400mg Tab 



Ibuprofen 
SOOmg Tab 



+040851 ASA 
453897 ASA 




LEA 

cue 


095516 AC i C 




DTC 


219843 292 




FRS 


604518 Ancasal 


30 


SAN 


095508 AC S C 




DTC 


108103 282 




FRS 


604496 Ancasal 


15 


SAN 


018678 Codeine 




NDA 


093114 Codeine 




DTC 


003247 Codeine 




AHA 


093149 Codeine 




DTC 


003239 Codeine 




AHA 


018694 Codeine 




NDA 


093130 Codeine 




DTC 


^593451 Codeine 


Phosphate 


TCH 


003220 Codeine 




AHA 


018686 Codeine 




NDA 


093122 Codeine 




DTC 


+593435 Codeine 


Phosphate 


TCH 


000396 Colchicine 


ABB 


094382 Colchicine 


DTC 


287873 Colchicine 


ROG 


484911 Motrin 




UPJ 


606227 Ibuprofen 


KNR 


♦629359 Novoprof 


en 


NOP 


364142 Motrin 




UPJ 


606219 Ibuprofen 


KNR 


327794 Motrin 




UPJ 


606200 Ibuprofen 


KNR 



2610 



O. Reg. 690/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

28:C0 Central ^ervous System Drugs 



6179 



28:08:00 Analgesics 

Ibuprofen 
200Bg Tab 

Indonethacin 
SOng Cap 



Indonethacin 
25Dg Cap 



Meperidine HCl 
SOng Tab 



Morphine HCl 
Sag/ML 0/L 



Morphine HCl 
Ug/nL 0/L 



Naproxen 
SOOmg Tab 



Naproxen 

375«g Tab 



Naproxen 
250Hg Tab 



Naproxen 
12Sng Tab 



Oxycodone HCl & Acetmainophc 
Sog & 325ng Tab 



252409 Motrin 
606197 Ibnprofen 



016047 Indocid 
337439 Novonethacin 
611166 Apo-Indoaethacin 



016039 Indocid 

337420 Novonethacin 
61115S Apo-Indoaethacin 



003506 Pethidine 
0336S5 Denerol 



514217 MOS-S 
♦607770 Morphitec-5 



4865S2 MOS 
♦607762 Morphitec-1 



525537 Naprosyn 
589861 Novonaprox 
592277 Apo-Naproxen 
615331 Naxen 



583367 Naprosyn 
600806 Apo-Naproxen 
615323 Naxen 
627097 Novo-Naprox 



335193 Naprosyn 
522651 Apo-Naproxen 
565350 Novonaprox 
615315 Naxen 



299413 Naprosyn 
522678 Apo-Naproxen 
565369 Novonaprox 
615307 Naxen 



580201 Percocet 

+608165 Oxycocet 



UPJ 
Dot 



HOP 
API 



USD 
NOP 
API 



AHA 
WIN 



ICN 
TCH 



ICN 
TCH 



SIN 
NOP 
API 
SIP 



sn 

API 
SIP 
NOP 



SIN 
API 
NOP 
SIP 



SIN 
API 
NOP 
SIP 



HOP 

TCH 



2611 



6180 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



28:00 Central l^trvous System Drugs 



O. Reg. 690/86 



^8:08i00 Analgtslcs 



Oxycodone HCl S Acetj^lsftlicj^llc Acid 
5ing & 32Sng Tab 



680236 Percodan 
+608167 Ox^codsn 



DIP 
TCH 



Phenylbutazone 
lOOmg Tab 



Propoxyphene 
Cap 



021660 Novobutazone 
093041 Phenylbutazone 
312789 Apo-Phenylbutazone 



151361 Novopropoxyn 
261432 Darvon-N 



NOP 
DTC 
APX 



NOP 
LIL 



28il2t00 Anticonvulsants 



Carbanazeplne 
200mg Tab 



Phénobarbital 
4fflg/nL 0/L 

Phénobarbital 

60ng Tab 



Phénobarbital 
SOpig Tab 



Phénobarbital 
IBnig Tab 



Phénobarbital 
lOOng Tab 



010405 
402699 
E04742 


Tegretol 

Apo-Carb&maze|; 

Mazeplne 


ine 


CEI 
APX 
ICN 


688180 
B04585 


Phénobarbital 
Phénobarbital 




DTC 
SAN 


023817 
093556 
320714 


Phénobarbital 
Phénobarbital 
Phénobarbital- 


ICN 


PDA 
DTC 
ICN 


023809 
093521 
293903 
6046SO 


Phénobarbital 
Phénobarbital 
Phénobarbital- 
Phénobarbital 


ICN 


PDA 
DTC 
ICN 
SAN 


023795 
093505 
271276 
604542 


Phénobarbital 
Phénobarbital 
Phénobarbital- 
Phénobarbital 


ICN 


PDA 
DTC 
ICN 
SAN 


093564 
344036 
6Q4B77 


Phénobarbital 
Phénobarbital- 
Phénobarbital 


ICN 


DTC 
ICN 

SAN 



2612 



O. Reg. 690/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 6181 

28:00 Central Servous System Drugs 

28:12:00 Ant iconvulsant s 

Priaidone 

25(hig Tab 002631 Mysoline ATE 

#294985 Sertan ICN 

396761 Apo-PriBidone API 

Primidone 

125ng Tab 002623 Mysoline ATE 

399310 Apo-Primidone API 

28:16:04 Psyckothtraptutic Agents Ant idepressant s 

AMitriptyline 

SOag Tab 016349 Elavil MSD 

037427 Novotriptyn J((M» 

271152 Levate ICN 

3350S8 Apo-Aaitriptyline APX 

377899 Anitriptyline DTC 

398462 Anitriptyline SAP 

AMitriptyline 

25ng Tab 016330 Elavil MSD 

037419 Novotriptyn NOP 

251275 Aaitriptyline SAP 

306320 Levate ICN 

335061 Apo-AMitriptyline API 

377880 Aaitriptyline DTC 

AMitriptyline 

lOmg Tab 016322 Elavil MSD 

037400 Novotriptyn NOP 

251283 Anitriptyline SAP 

293911 Levate \CS 

335053 Apo-Amitriptyline APX 

377872 .AMitriptyline DTC 

Desipraaine 

25Bg Tab 010448 Pertofrane GEI 

353868 .Norpramin MER 

Doxepin BCl 

75Bg Cap 400750 Sineqnan PFI 

♦629294 Triadapin PWC 

Doxepin HCl 

SOmg Cap 024341 Sineqnan PFI 

♦629286 Triadapin PIC 

Doxepin HCl 

25«g Cap 024333 Sineqnan PFI 

♦629278 Triadapin PWC 



2613 



01S2 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 690/86 



2E:00 Central t^crvous System Drugs 



28:16:04 Psychot keraptut i c Agents Ant idepressants 



Doxepin HCl 
lOOfflg Cap 

Doxepin HCl 
lOng Cap 



326925 Sinecruan 
+629308 Triadapin 



024325 Sinequan 
+629251 Triadapin 



PFI 
PWC 



PFI 
PWC 



Inipramine 
50mg Tab 



Imiprainine 
23iiig Tab 



Inipramine 
lOmg Tab 



010480 Tofranil 
021520 Novopramine 
209848 Inipramine 
236721 Irapril 
326852 Apo-Imipramine 
377929 Iraipraraine 



010472 Tofranil 
021512 Novopramine 
209864 Inipramine 
236756 Impril 
312797 Apo-Imipramine 
377910 Imipramine 



010464 Tofranil 
021504 Novopramine 
209856 Inipramine 
236748 Impril 
360201 Apo-Imipramine 
377902 Imipramine 



28:16:08 Psychot kerapeut ic Agents Tranqui lixers 



Chlordiazepoxide 
5mg Cap 



Chlordiazepoxide 
25ng Cap 



Chlordiazepoxide 
lOng Cap 



012629 Librium 
013463 Solium 
020915 .Novopoxide 
398403 Chlordiazepoxide 
522724 Apo-Chlordiazepoxide 



012645 Librium 
013498 Solium 
020931 Novopoxide 
398438 Chlordiazepoxide 
522996 Apo-Chlordiazepoxide 



012637 Librium 
013471 Solium 
020923 Novopoxide 



CEI 
NOP 
SAP 
ICN 
APX 
DTC 



GET 

NOP 
SAP 
ICN 
APX 
DTC 



GEI 
NOP 
SAP 
ICN 
APX 
DTC 



HLR 
HOR 
NOP 
DTC 
APX 



HLR 
HOR 
NOP 
DTC 
APX 



HLR 
HOR 
NOP 



2614 



O. Reg. 690/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6183 



28:CO Central tServous System Drugs 



28:16:08 Psyckot herateut ic Agents TrançuiUxers 



Chlordiazepoxide 
lOag Cap 



Chlorproaazine 
20Bg/aL 0/L 



Chlorproaazine 
50ng Tab 



Ch lorproaazine 
2SBg Tab 



ClilorproMazioe 
lOOag Tab 



Chlorproaazine 
lOag Tab 



Clorazepate Dipotassin 
ISng Cap 



Clorazepate Dipotassimi 
7. Sag Cap 



Clorazepate Dipotassiim 
3.75Hg Cap 



Diazepam 
Sag Tab 



251267 Chlordiazepoxide 
398411 Chlordiazepoxide 
522988 Apo-Chlordiazepoxide 



025178 Largactil 
+580988 ChlorproHanyl 20 



025488 Largactil 
209910 Chlorpronazine 
232807 Novochlorpromazine 



025461 Largactil 
209902 ChlorproBazine 
232823 .Novochlorproaazine 



025496 Largactil 
210684 Chlorpromazine 
232831 Novochlorproaazine 



025453 Largactil 

232157 .NovochlorproMazine 



264911 Tranxene 
«628212 Movo-Clopate 



264946 Tranxene 
«628204 Novo-Clopate 



264938 Tranxene 
♦628190 >ovo-Clopate 



013285 Valiu 
013765 Vivol 
272442 Novodipan 
280429 E-Paa 
303461 Diazepam 
362158 Apo-Diazepai 
396230 Diazepaa 



SAP 
DTC 
API 



RPP 
TCH 



tPP 

SAP 

NOP 



RPP 

SAP 
NOP 



RPP 

SAP 
NOP 



RPP 

NOP 



ABB 
NOP 



ABB 
NOP 



ABB 
NOP 



HLR 
HOR 
N(M» 
ICN 

SAP 
APX 
DTC 



2615 



6184 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 690/86 



28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



28:16:08 Psychot kerapeut ic Agents Tranqui I ixers 



Diazepam 
2]ng Tab 



013277 Valium 
013757 Vivol 
272434 Novodipam 
272647 E-Pam 
405329 Apo-Diazepam 
466905 Diazepam 



HLR 
HOR 

NOP 

ICN 

APX 

DTC 



Diazepam 
lOrag Tab 



013293 Valium 
013773 Vivol 
272450 Novodipam 
272639 E-Pam 
405337 Apo-Diazepam 
466891 Diazepam 



HLR 
HOR 
NOP 
ICN 
APX 
DTC 



Fluphenazine HCl 
5mg Tab 



029408 Moditen HCl 
405361 Apo-Fluphenazine 
504459 Permitil 



SQU 
APX 
SCH 



Fluphenazine HCl 

2mg Tab 



029386 Moditen HCl 
410632 Apo-Fluphenazine 
504432 Permitil 



SQU 
APX 
SCH 



Fluphenazine HCl 
Img Tab 



029378 Moditen HCl 
405345 Apo-Fluphenazine 
504424 Permitil 



SQU 
APX 
SCH 



Haloperidol 
2rag/mL 0/L 



017582 Haldol 

552429 Peridol 

587702 Apo-Haloperidol 



MCN 
TCH 
APX 



Haloperidol 

5mg Tab 



017698 Haldol 
363650 Novo-Peridol 



MCN 
NOP 



Haloperidol 
Img Tab 



Haloperidol 
0.5mg Tab 



Hydroxyzine HCl 
50mg Cap 



017663 Haldol 

396818 Apo-Haloperidol 

552143 Peridol 



017655 Haldol 

396796 Apo-Haloperidol 

552135 Peridol 



024392 Atarax 

557900 Multipax 



MCN 
APX 
TCH 



MCN 
APX 
TCH 



PFI 

ROR 



2616 



O. Reg. 690/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6185 



28:00 Central Servons System Drugs 



28'.I6:08 Psychot herapeut ic Agents Tranquil ixers 



Hydroxyzine HCl 
25mg Cap 



Hydroxyzine BCl 
lOng Cap 



Lorazepai 
Tag Tab 



Lorazepaa 
lug Tab 



Lorazepam 
O.Sag Tab 



Meprobamate 
400iig Tab 



Oxazepam 
aOag Tab 



Oxazepam 
ISog Tab 



Oxazepam 

lOng Tab 



024384 Atarax 


PFI 


557919 Multipax 


ROR 


024376 Atarax 


PFI 


557927 Maltipax 


ROR 


348333 Ativan 


WYE 


♦637750 Novolorazen 


NOP 


♦655767 Apo-Lorazepam 


APX 


348325 Ativan 


WYE 


♦637742 Novolorazem 


NOP 


♦655759 Apo-Lorazepam 


APX 


399124 Ativan 


WYE 


♦655740 Apo-Lorazepam 


APX 


013846 Miltown 


HOR 


021547 .Novomepro 


NOP 


034142 Eqnanil 


WYE 


092738 Meprobamate 


DTC 


337943 Apo-Meprobamate 


APX 


231363 Serax 


WYE 


402737 Apo-Oxazepaa 


APX 


414263 Oxpam 


ICN 


483907 Oxazepam 


DTC 


496537 Novoxapam 


NOP 


295698 Serax 


WYE 


402745 Apo-Oxazepam 


APX 


414255 Oxpam 


ICN 


483915 Oxazepam 


DTC 


496529 Novoxapam 


NOP 


295701 Serax 


WYE 


402680 Apo-Oxazepam 


APX 


414247 Oxpam 


ICN 


483893 Oxazepam 


DTC 


500 852 Novoxapam 


NOP 



2617 



6186 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 690/86 



28:00 Central Servous System Drugs 



28:16:08 Psychotherapeutic Agents Jranqui I ixers 



Perphenazine 
Smg Tab 



028312 Trilafon 
294799 Phenazine 
335118 Apo-Perphenazine 
456055 Perphenazine 



SCH 
IC.N 
APX 
DTC 



Perphenazine 
4mg Tab 



028304 Trilafon 
296317 Phenazine 
335126 Apo-Perphenazine 
456047 Perphenazine 



SCH 
ICN 
APX 
DTC 



Perphenazine 
2ing Tab 



Perphenazine 
16mg Tab 



028290 Trilafon 
296309 Phenazine 
335134 Apo-Perphenazine 
456039 Perphenazine 



028320 Trilafon 
294802 Phenazine 
335096 Apo-Perphenazine 
481920 Perphenazine 



SCH 
ICN 
APX 

DTC 



SCH 
ICN 
APX 
DTC 



Pronazine 
50mg Tab 



034185 Sparine 
093599 Promazine 



WYE 
DTC 



Promazine 
25mg Tab 



034177 Sparine 
093580 Promazine 



WYE 
DTC 



Thioridazine 

2mg/mL 0/L 



027375 Mellaril 
238775 Thioridazine 



SAN 
SAP 



Thioridazine 
50fflg Tab 



Thioridazine 
25mg Tab 



027545 Mellaril 
037486 Novoridazine 
238805 Thioridazine 
360236 Apo-Thioridazine 
456098 Thioridazine 
+575135 PMS-Thioridazine 



027537 Mellaril 
037494 iNovoridazine 
238791 Thioridazine 



SAN 
NOP 
SAP 
APX 
DTC 
PMS 



SAN 
NOP 
SAP 



2618 



O. Reg. 690/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



6187 



28:16:08 Psyckot herapeut i: Agents Tranqui I ixsrs 



Thioridazine 
25iiig Tab 



Thioridazine 
lOOmg Tab 



Thioridazine 

lOmg Tab 



Trif lnoper»zine 
lOag/aL 0/L 



Trifluoperazine 
Sag Tab 



Trif Inoperazine 
2Bg Tab 



Trifluoperazine 
lOag Tab 



Trifluoperazine 
lag Tab 



36019S Apo-Thioridazine API 

456071 Thioridazine DTC 

♦575127 PMS-Thioridazine PMS 



027553 Mellaril SAN 

037478 .N'ovoridazine NOP 

360244 Apo-Thioridazine aPX 

456101 Thioridazine DTC 

♦575143 PMS-Thioridazine PMS 



027529 Mellaril SA.N 

037508 Novoridazine NOP 

238783 Thioridazine SAP 

360228 Apo-Thioridazine APX 

456063 Thioridazine DTC 

♦575119 PMS-Thioridazine PMS 



027022 Stelazine SKF 

298212 Terfluzine ICN 



013919 Solazine HOR 

021873 Novoflurazine NOP 

027162 Stelazine SKF 

249084 Trifluoperazine DTC 

271527 Terfluzine ICN 

312746 Apo-Trifluoperazine APX 



013900 Solazine HOR 

021865 Novoflurazine NOP 

027154 Stelazine SKF 

249076 Trifluoperazine DTC 

303453 Terfluzine ICN 

312754 Apo-Trifluoperazine APX 



013927 Solazine HOR 

021881 Novoflurazine NOP 

027170 Stelazine SKF 

249092 Trifluoperazine DTC 

280399 Terfluzine ICN 

326836 Apo-Trifluoperazine APX 



013897 Solazine HOR 

021857 Novoflurazine NOP 



2619 



6188 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 690/86 



28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



28:16:08 Psychot herapeut ic Agents Tranquil ixers 



Trifluoperazine 
log Tab 



027146 Stelazine SKF 

249068 Trifluoperazine DTC 

294861 Terfluzine ICN 

345539 Apo-Trifluoperazine APX 



28:24:00 Sedatives and Hypnot ics 



Chloral Hydrate 
SOOmg Cap 



020893 Novochlorhydrate 

029041 Noctec 

092886 Chloral Hydrate 



NOP 
SOU 
DTC 



Flurazepam 
30ng Cap 



012718 Dalnane 
414239 Som-Pam 
496553 N'ovoflupam 
521701 Apo-Flurazepan 



HLR 
ICN 
NOP 
APX 



Flurazepam 
ISmg Cap 



012696 Dalnane 
414220 Son-Pam 
496545 Novoflupam 
521698 Apo-Flurazepam 



HLR 
ICN 
NOP 
APX 



Pentobarbital Sodiun 
lOOmg Cap 



000086 Nembutal 
020990 Novopentobarb 
093572 Pentobarbital 



ABB 
NOP 
DTC 



Phénobarbital 

4Bg/iiiL 0/L 



588180 Phénobarbital 
604585 Phénobarbital 



DTC 

SAN 



Phénobarbital 
60mg Tab 



023817 Phénobarbital 
093556 Phénobarbital 
320714 Phenobarbital-ICN 



PDA 
DTC 
ICN 



Phénobarbital 

30mg Tab 



Phénobarbital 
ISmg Tab 



Phénobarbital 
lOOmg Tab 



023809 Phénobarbital 
093521 Phénobarbital 
293903 Phenobarbital-ICN 
604550 Phénobarbital 

023795 Phénobarbital 
093505 Phénobarbital 
271276 Phenobarbital-ICN 
604542 Phénobarbital 



093564 Phénobarbital 
344036 Phenobarbital-ICN 
604577 Phénobarbital 



PDA 
DTC 
ICN 
SAN 



PDA 
DTC 
ICN 
SAN 



DTC 
ICN 

SAN 



Promethazine HCl 
2jng/mL 0/L 



025429 Phenergan 
+583979 PMS-Promethazine 



RPP 
PMS 



Secobarbital Sodiun 
lOOmg Cap 



015288 Seconal 
021032 Novosecobarb 



2620 



LIL 
NOP 



O. Reg. 690/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6189 



40iC0 Electrolyt ic. Caloric and 9ater Balance 



40:08:00 Alkal inixing Agents 

Sodim Bicarbonate <OTC) 
300«g Tab 100 Pk 



093068 Soditm Bicarbonate 
#5022S6 Sodiim Bicarbonate 



DTC 
CLE 



40:12:00 Replacement Agents 

Calcim Carbonate 
1250ag Tab 



541907 Os-Cal 500 
+618101 BioCal 



AIE 
MIT 



Calciu Gluconate 
lOOOag/lOaL Inj So1-10ibL Pk 



027219 Calciun-Sandoz 
'^535702 Calciiu Claconate 



SAN 
SQU 



Calcim Claconate (OTC) 
650Bg Tab 100 Pk 



023574 Calcinn Gluconate 

094773 CalciuH Gluconate 

241717 Calcium Gluconate 

♦441473 Calcina Gluconate 



PDA 
DTC 
WAM 
NOP 



Calcioa Lactate (OTC) 
650ag Tab 100 Pk 



«021253 Calcia Lactate 
023590 CalciuH Lactate 
094765 CalciuH Lactate 



NOP 
PDA 
DTC 



* PotassiuH Chloride 
1.33B£q/NL 0/L 



208590 Kaochlor 
436984 K-10 
485284 Roychlor 
704504 Kay Ciel 



ADI 
BEE 
ROT 
BER 



* Potassina Gluconate 
1.33a£q/mL 0/L 



026700 PotassioM-Rongier 
208701 Kaon 
485357 Royonate 



ROG 
ADI 
ROI 



40:28:00 Biuret ics 



Acetazo 1 aa i de 
250«g Tab 



014907 Diaaox 

295019 Acetazo laa 

+488275 Novozolaaide 

545015 Apo-Acetazolaaide 



LED 
ICN 
NOP 
AFX 



Aainophylline 
250ag/10aL Inj Sol-lOaL Pk 



012033 Aainophylline 
+535664 Aainophylline 



GLA 
SQU 



2621 



6190 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 690/86 



40:00 El ectrolyt ic , Caloric and Water Balance 



40:28:00 Diuretics 



Aminophylline 
lOOng Tab 

Chlorthalidone 
SOmg Tab 



014923 Aminophylline 
092940 Aninophylline 



010413 Hygroton 
298964 Uridon 
337447 Novothalidone 
360279 Apo-Chlorthalidone 
398365 Chlorthalidone 



LED 
DTC 



CEI 
ICN 
NOP 
APX 
DTC 



Chlorthalidone 
lOOng Tab 



010421 Hygroton GET 

293881 Uridon ICN 

337455 Novothalidone NOP 

360287 Apo-Chlorthalidone APX 

398373 Chlorthalidone DTC 



Furosemide 
20iiig/2jiiL Inj So1-2ibL Pk 



217743 Lasix 
#467766 Uritol 



HOE 
HOR 



Fnrosemide 
40rag Tab 



012580 Lasix 
332275 Furoside 
337749 Novosenide 
344079 Uritol 
362166 Apo-Furosemide 
396249 Furosemide 



HOE 
ICN 
NOP 
HOR 
APX 
DTC 



Furosemide 
20ng Tab 



289590 Lasix 
337730 Novosenide 
353612 Furoside 
396788 Apo-Furosenide 
489131 Furosemide 



HOE 
NOP 
ICN 
APX 
DTC 



Hydrochlorothiazide 
50mg Tab 



Hydroch loroth i az ide 
25rag Tab 



#005576 Esidrix CIB 

016519 HydroDIURlL MSD 

021482 Novohydrazide NOP 

092703 Hydrochlorothiazide DTC 

209821 Hydrochlorothiazide SAP 

263907 Urozide ICN 
312800 Apo-Hydrochlorothiazide APX 



#005568 Esidrix CIB 

016500 HydroDIURlL MSD 

021474 Novohydrazide NOP 

092681 Hydrochlorothiazide DTC 

263893 Urozide ICN 

326844 Apo-Hydrochloro- APX 

thiazide 



2622 



O. Reg. 690/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



4C:00 Electrclyt ic , Caloric and Vattr Balance 



6191 



40:28:00 Diuretics 



Hydrochlorothiazide tk Spironolactone 
25Bg a 25ng Tab 



Hydrochlorothiazide & Triaaterene 
25Hg i SOng Tab 



Methyldopa & Hydrochlorothiazide 
25(hig & 25ag Tab 



Methyldopa & Hydrochlorothiazide 
250ng & 15Bg Tab 



Spironolactone 
25ag Tab 



Spironolactone 
lOOag Tab 



40:40:00 Uricosuric Drugs 

Probenecid 
SOOmg Tab 



Sulfinpyrazone 
200«g Tab 



180408 Aldactazide-2S 
613231 .Novo-Spirozine 



181528 Dyazide 
441775 Apo-Triazide 
532657 Novotrianzide 



140597 Aldoril-25 
363634 >ovodoparil-25 
#403490 Dopazide-25 
441716 Apo-Methazide-25 
584975 PMS-Dopazide-25 



140589 Aldoril-15 
363642 Novodoparil-15 
#403482 Dopazide-15 
441708 Apo-Methazide-15 
584967 PMS- Dopazide-15 



028606 Aldactone 
613215 Novo-SpirotoB 



285455 Aldactone 
544477 Sincoaen 
613223 Novo-Spiroton 



016616 Beneaid 
294926 Bennryl 



010529 Antnran 

441767 Apo-Sulf inpyrazone 

463051 Zynol 

475076 Novopyrazone 

481181 Antazone 

481947 Sulfinpyrazone 



SEA 
NOP 



SKF 
AFX 
MOP 



MSD 
NOP 
Id 
APX 
FSB 



USD 
NOP 
ICN 
APX 

PMS 



SEA 
NOP 



SEA 
BER 
NOP 



MSD 

ICN 



GEI 
APX 

HOR 
.NOP 
ICN 
DTC 



Sulfinpyrazone 
lOOag Tab 



010510 Anturan GEI 

441759 Apo-Snlf inpyrazone APX 

463043 Zynol HOR 

475068 Novopyrazone NOP 

481173 Antazone ICN 

481955 Sulfinpyrazone DTC 



2623 



6192 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 690/86 



48:00 Cough Préparât i ons 



48:04:00 Ant itussives 



Codeine Phosphate 
5ng/mL 0/L 



01867S Codeine 
093114 Codeine 



NDA 
DTC 



Codeine Phosphate 
60mg Tab 



003247 Codeine 
093149 Codeine 



AHA 
DTC 



Codeine Phosphate 
SOmg Tab 



Codeine Phosphate 
15mg Tab 



003239 Codeine 
018694 Codeine 
093130 Codeine 
■^593451 Codeine Phosphate 



003220 Codeine 
018686 Codeine 
093122 Codeine 
■»^593435 Codeine Phosphate 



AHA 
NDA 
DTC 
TCH 



AHA 

NDA 
DTC 
TCH 



Dextromethorphan HBr 
3mg/mL 0/L 



391069 DM-Syrup 
436895 Koffex 
454389 Robidex 



PDA 
ROG 
ROB 



Hydrocodone Bitartrate 

Img/niL 0/L 



#307858 Corntol DH 
316970 Robidone 
585580 Hycodan 



DOW 
ROB 
DUP 



48:08:00 Expectorants 

* Guaifenesin 
20ma/mL 0/L 



026468 Robitussin 
026794 Guaifenesin 



ROB 
ROG 



I 

I 



2624 



O. Reg. 690/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6193 



S2:C0 Eye, Ear, ^ose and Throat Préparât \ ens 



S2:04:04 Ant i-Infect ivts Ant ibiot ics 



Chloraaphenicol 
IX Oph 0int-3.5g Pk 



Chloramphenicol 
0.5Z Oph Sol 



Chloraaphenicol 
0.25^ Oph Sol 



Gentaaicin Sulfate 
0.3Z Oph Sol 



S2:04:C8 Ant i-Inftct ives Sulfonamides 

Salfacetaaide (Sodia) 
lOZ Oph 0int-3.5g Pk 



001058 Fenicol 
024066 ChloroHycetin 



001082 Chloroptic 
221678 Chloroaycetia 
403474 Isopto Fenicol 



#239879 Isopto Fenicol 
704598 Pentaaycetin 



436771 AlcoHicin 
512192 Garaaycin 



028347 Salaayd 
252522 Cetaaide 



ALC 
PDA 



ALL 
PBA 
ALC 



ALC 
BER 



ALC 
SCH 



SCH 
ALC 



Solfacetaaide (Sodimi) 
lOZ Oph Sol 



000965 Isopto Cetaaide 
001287 Bleph-10 
028053 Salaavd 



ALC 
ALL 
SOI 



S2:04:12 Ant i-Infeet ivts Other Ant i-In feet ives 



Idoxvridine 
O.IZ Oph Sol 



001120 Herplex 
027014 Stoxil 



ALL 
SKF 



S2:08:C0 Ant i-Inf laimat ory Agents 

Becloaethasone Dipropionate 
Nas Sp 200-dose Pk 



359688 Beconase 
422053 Vancenase 



AHA 
SCH 



52:20:00 Hiot ics 



Pilocarpine HCl 

6% Oph Sol 



Pilocarpine HCl 
4Z Oph Sol 



000S92 Isopto Carpine 
526738 Miocarpine 



000884 Isopto Carpine 
527572 Miocarpine 



ALC 
CEV 



ALC 
CEV 



2625 



6194 



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O. Reg. 690/86 



52:00 Eye, Ear, I^ose and Throat Preparations 



52:20:00 Hiotics 



Pilocarpine HCl 
27. Oph Sol 



000S68 Isopto Carpine 
527556 Miocarpine 



ALC 
CEV 



Pilocarpine HCl 
17. Oph Sol 



000841 Isopto Carpine 
527548 Miocarpine 



ALC 
CEV 



52:24:00 Mydriatics 



Atropine Sulfate 
17. Oph Sol 



Epinephrine HCl 
27. Oph Sol 



035017 Isopto Atropine 
527947 SMP Atropine 



001112 Epifrin 
35S223 Glaucon 



ALC 
CEV 



ALL 
ALC 



Epinephrine HCl 
17. Oph Sol 



001104 Epifrin 
358231 Glaucon 



ALL 
ALC 



52:32:00 Vasoconstrictors 



Naphazoline HCl (OTC) 
O.U Oph Sol 15mL Pk 



Xylometazoline HCl (OTC) 
Q.17. Nas Sol 25mL Pk 



Xylometazoline HCl (OTC) 
0.05% Nas Sol 25mL Pk 



001147 


Albalon 


ALL 


343978 


Opcon 


HCl 


390283 


Naphcon Forte 


ALC 


528005 


Vasocon 


CEV 


537411 


Sustaine 


WIN 


650854 


Otrivin 


CIB 


537381 


Sustaine 


WIN 


623458 


Otrivin 


CIB 



52:36:00 Other Eye, Ear, f^ose and Throat Agents 

Acetazolamide 
250ing Tab 



* Methylcellulose 
17. Oph Sol 



014907 Diamox 


LED 


295019 Acetazolara 


ICN 


488275 iNovozolamide 


NOP 


545015 Apo-Acetazolamide 


APX 


000817 Isopto Tears 


ALC 


514705 Murocel 


HCl 



2626 



O. Reg. 690/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6195 



56:00 Gastrointestinal Drugs 



S 6 : 04 iCO Antacids and Adsorbents 



AluninuB Hydroxide & Magnesim Hydroxide (CPP) 
eOOiig & sbOag Che« Tab 541125 Maalox TC 

621544 Diovol Ex 



ROt 
BOR 



Aliniinnn Hydroxide i Magnesim Hydroxide (DPP) 
120»g 4 6b«g/«L 0/L 491217 Diovol Ex 

497037 Maalox TC 



BOR 
ROR 



* Alminm Hydroxide & Magoesina Hydroxide (DPP) 
40Bg & 40Bg/RL 0/L 013625 Inivol 

026530 Maalox 
261173 >eutralca-S 
476471 Gelnsil 



HOR 
ROR 
DES 
PDA 



Alminia Hydroxide S Magnesia Hydroxide (DPP) 
400Hg & 400ag Tab 



* Magnesium Hydroxide 

80mg/ml 0/L (OTC) 450ml Pk 
(OTC) 500ml Pk 

56:12:00 Cat hart ics 



026549 Maalox ROR 

483605 Gelnsil 400 PDA 



036218 Milk of Magnesia WAM 

093807 Milk of Magnesia DTC 



* Bisacodyl (OTC) 
5ag Ent Tab 30 Pk 



254142 Dulcolax 
267066 Bisacolax 
545023 Apo-Bisacodyl 



BOE 
ICN 
API 



* Bisacodyl (OTC) 
lOmg Sup 6 Pk 



003875 Dulcolax 
261327 Bisacolax 
404802 Bisacodyl 



WE 
ICN 
TCH 



Cascara Sagrada (OTC) 
300mg Tab 100 Pk 



023620 Cascara Sagrada 
093300 Cascara Sagrada 



PDA 
DTC 



Danthron (OTC) 
75ag Tab 100 Pk 



026352 Dorbane 
323S02 Modane 



RIK 
ADI 



Docusate Calciun (Dioctyl Calcim Salfosnccinate) (OTC) 
240Bg Cap 30 Pk 012491 Snrfak BOE 

'^664553 pms-Docnsate Calciua PMS 



* Docusate Sodium (Dioctyl Sodina Sulfosnccinate) (OTC) 
lOOag Cap 100 Pk 464767 Colace 

472166 Regulex 
473111 Docusate Sodiui 



BRI 
AIE 
KLP 



2627 



6196 



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O. Reg. 690/86 



S6:00 Castrcint est inal Drugs 



S6 : 12:00 Cathart ics 



* Glycerin <OTC) 
2.7g Sup 24 Pk 



990485 Glycerin 
990825 Glycerin 
990868 Glycerin 



PDA 
ROG 
DTC 



* Glycerin (OTC) 
l.Sg Sup 24 Pk 



145416 Glycerin 
222801 Glycerin 
094056 Glycerin 



ROG 
PDA 
DTC 



* Grain & Citrus Fibre (OTC) 
Tab 100 Pk 



512656 Fibyrax 
595829 Novo-Fibre 



ROU 
NOP 



* Psyllium Mucilloid (OTC) 
Oral Pd 340g Pk 



242438 Metanucil SEA 

387177 Karacil ICN 

545465 Dispensalax DPP 

551546 Novo-Mucilax NOP 

599875 Natural Source Laxative LEA 



* Sennosides A & B (OTC) 
8.6mg Tab 100 pk 



026158 Senokot 
604402 Glysennid 



PFR 

SAN 



S6 ■.22:00 Ant iemet ics and Ant inauseant s 



Dinenhydrinate 
50rag/5mL Inj Sol-5mL Pk 



Dinenhydrinate 
250mg/5mL Inj Sol-5mL Pk 



013560 Gravol 

511986 Dinenhydrinate 



013579 Gravol 

511994 Dinenhydrinate 



HOR 

SQU 



HOR 
SQU 



I 



* Dinenhydrinate 
50mg Tab 



S6:40:00 Ilisce I laneous C.I. Drugs 



013S03 Gravol Filnkote HOR 

021423 Novodimenate NOP 

209783 Dinenhydrinate SAP 

272671 Travam'ine ICN 

363766 Apo-Dinenhydrinate APX 

398381 Dinenhydrinate DTC 

457515 Dinenhydrinate CLK 

586331 PMS-Dimenhvdrinate P.MS 



Cinetidine 
600mg Tab 



563587 Taganet 
584282 Peptol 



SKF 
HOR 



2628 



O. Reg. 690/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



6197 



S6:C0 Castro int est inal Drugs 



56:40:00 Hisct I laneous C.I. Drugs 



Cinetidine 
600«g Tab 

CiMetidine 
400ng Tab 



600067 Apo-Ciaetidine 
603686 Novociaetine 



563579 Tagamet 
568449 Peptol 
600059 Apo-Ciaetidine 
603678 Novociaetine 



API 
NOP 



SKF 
HOR 
API 
NOP 



Ciaetidine 
300Hg Tab 



397474 Tagamet 
487872 Apo-Cinetidine 
546240 Peptol 
582417 .NovociHctine 



SB 
API 

HOR 
NOP 



Cimetidine 
200Hg Tab 



Metoclopraaide HCI 
10ag/2iaL Inj Sol-2mL Pk 



Metoclopranide HCI 

Ing/iaL 0/L 



Metoclopranide HCI 
5iig Tab 



Metoclopraaide HCI 
lOmg Tab 



546232 Peptol 
563560 Tagaaet 
582409 NovociHetine 
584215 Apo-Ciaetidine 



314706 Maxeran 
386006 Reg Ian 



314714 Maxeran 
386022 Reg Ian 

572268 Maxeran 
•^631671 Reglan 



314722 Maxeran 
386014 Reglan 
♦603775 Eiiex 



HOR 
SD 
NOP 
API 



NKD 
ROB 



NltD 
R(» 



NRD 
ROB 



NRD 
ROB 
BEE 



2629 



6198 



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O. Reg. 690/86 



68:00 Hormones and Subst itut es 



68 1 04 i 00 Cort icosteroids 



Beclomethasone Dipropionate 
Aero Pd-200 dose Pk 



Betamethasone 
O.Sng Tab 

Cortisone Acetate 
25rag Tab 



Dexamethasone 



4mg Tab 



Dexamethasone 
0.75mg Tab 



Dexamethasone 
0.5ng Tab 



Dexamethasone 21-Phosphate 
20mg/5raL Inj Sol-5mL Pk 



Prednisone 

50mg Tab 



Prednisone 
5mg Tab 



Prednisone 
Ifflg Tab 

Triamcinolone 
4mg Tab 



334243 
374407 


Beclovent 
Vanceril 


AHA 
SCH 


012211 
028185 


Betnelan 
Celestone 


GLA 
SCH 


016446 
249963 
280437 


Cortone 
Cortisone 
Cortisone- ICN 


MSD 
UPJ 
ICN 


349100 
354309 
489158 
504416 


Hexadrol 
Decadron 
Dexasone 
Deronil 


ORG 
MSD 
ICN 
SCH 


285471 
501069 


Dexasone 
Deronil 


ICN 
SCH 


016462 
295094 
501050 


Decadron 
Dexasone 
Deronil 


MSD 
ICN 
SCH 


213624 
269026 


Decadron 
Hexadrol 


MSD 
ORG 


232378 
252417 
550957 


Novoprednisone 

Deltasone 

Apo-Prednisone 


NOP 
UPJ 
APX 


021695 
093629 
210188 
232092 
*271381 
312770 
610623 


Novoprednisone 

Prednisone 

Deltasone 

Prednisone 

Winpred 

Apo-Prednisone 

Prednisone 


NOP 
DTC 
UPJ 
SAP 
ICN 
APX 
KNR 


271373 
598194 


Winpred 
Apo-Predn isone 


ICN