Regulation - LGIC

Proposed Amendments to Regulations made under the Health Protection and Promotion Act

Regulation Number(s):
199/03 – Control of West Nile Virus
318/08 – Transitional – Small Drinking Water Systems
428/05 – Public Spas
554 – Camps in Unorganized Territory
557 – Communicable Diseases – General
562 – Food Premises
565 – Public Pools
566 – Qualifications of Boards of Health Staff
567 – Rabies Immunization
568 – Recreational Camps
569 – Reports
Bill or Act:
Health Protection and Promotion Act
Summary of Proposal:
The Health Protection and Promotion Act (HPPA) specifies the organization and delivery of public health in Ontario. The HPPA requires Ontario's 36 boards of health (also called public health units) to oversee, provide or ensure the provision of public health programs and services, as specified in the HPPA, its regulations, and in the Ontario Public Health Standards published by the Minister of Health and Long-Term Care.

Changes to the regulations under the HPPA would modernize them and ensure public health programs and services remain current to protect the health of Ontarians. There are proposed amendments to 11 regulations under the HPPA which are outlined in the summary document.

Note that certain changes to regulations will require corresponding changes to short form wording for offences under the Provincial Offences Act. The Ministry intends to proceed separately to make those changes under the Provincial Offences Act regulation.
Further Information:
Proposal Number:
17-HLTC042
Posting Date:
October 25, 2017
Comments Due Date:
November 8, 2017
Contact Address:
777 Bay Street, 19th Floor, Suite 1903, Toronto ON, M7A 1S5