Landfill Gas Collection and Control Regulation
The purpose of this regulation is to reduce landfill gas emissions to the atmosphere to help meet Ontario's greenhouse gas reduction targets. Reducing landfill gas emissions will also reduce the emission of trace compounds in landfill gas that may cause odour or affect local air quality.
Proposed new regulations for Small Drinking Water Systems under the Health Protection and Promotion Act
The regulation under the Health Protection and Promotion Act (HPPA) proposed for consultation would: support the transfer of responsibility of 5 categories of small drinking water systems under Ministry of Environment to the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care; facilitate the regulation of 5 categories of small drinking water systems; enable delivery of the Small Drinking Water Systems program by local public health units as public health inspectors will have oversight and regulatory authority
Mortgage Brokerages, Lenders and Administrators Act, 2006: Additional Draft Regulations for Consultation
The proposed new and amending regulations support the implementation of a new framework for regulating the mortgage brokerage industry and include standards of practice, cost of borrowing disclosure rules, rules on administrative penalties and an exemption from licensing personal corporations of mortgage brokers and agents, subject to conditions. These regulations and amendments are intended for discussion purposes and would only become law if promulgated by the Lieutenant Governor in Council.
Proposed Motor Tricycle Regulatory Amendments
The ministry is developing amendments to Highway Traffic Act regulations for approval. These amendments are related to Equipment, Safety Inspections, and Tire Standards and Specifications.
Mortgage Brokerages, Lenders and Administrators Act, 2006: A Consultation Draft of Regulations
These draft regulations outline additional regulated activities, exemptions, licensing requirements, the power and duties of principal brokers and the standards of practice for brokerages under Bill 65: Mortgage Brokerages, Lenders and Administrators Act, 2006. These proposals are intended for discussion purposes and would only become law if the regulations are promulgated by the Lieutenant Governor in Council. Bill 65 was passed by legislature on November 27, 2006 and is awaiting Royal Assent.