Ontario Regulation 531/10
Ontario Regulation 531/10 is a site specific amendment that revokes certain lands from Ontario Regulation 481/73.
Ontario Regulation 526/10
Ontario Regulation 526/10 is a site specific amendment that revokes certain lands from Ontario Regulation 482/73.
Amendments to Ontario Regulation 260/97 under the Grains Act
As a result of concerns about the actions taken by Agricorp and the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs (OMAFRA) regarding a review of the use of deferred payments, which were not in compliance with the Grains Act, the Minister directed Agricorp to amend Ontario Regulation 260/97 under the Grains Act to legitimize the short-term use of deferred payment agreements.
Ontario Regulation 432/10
Ontario Regulation 432/10 revokes the following Ontario Regulations in unincorporated areas within the District of Thunder Bay: 256/99 (Township of Aimes) and 405/90 (Township of Upsala); and within the District of Kenora: 377/86 (lands on Ptarmigan Bay, Lake of the Woods) and 450/85 (Lands on Dufresne Island, Winnipeg River).
Ontario Regulation 433/10
Ontario Regulation 433/10 is a site specific amendment that revokes certain lands from Ontario Regulation 482/73.
Regulation changes under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007
Reg 79/10 LTCHA was approved and is effective July 1, 2010. It governs long-term care home resident care, services, admissions, operations, funding, licensing, compliance and administration. This posting deals with the revocation of O. Reg. 20/03 (prescribed Payment per Bed - Clause 6(a) of the Act), 54/07 Homes for the aged and Rest Homes Act, 832, Nursing Homes Act
Ontario Regulation 362/10
Ontario Regulation 362/10 revokes 11 Ontario Regulations in unincorporated areas within the Districts of Thunder Bay, Rainy River and Kenora.
Hospital Management - Public Hospitals Act
Support objectives of quality improvement and transparency by clarifying and strengthening reporting of critical incidents in hospitals and changes to board composition and decision-making.
Amendment to Ontario Regulation 231/08
O.Reg. 231/08 contains outdated references to long-term care facilities, which required amending this regulation to support changes to the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007.
Regulation 257/00 under the Ambulance Act
Amend Subsections 23(2) and (7) and Subsections 24(2) and (6) of Regulation 257/00 under the Ambulance Act, to extend the dates by two years for which (a) land ambulance and land ambulance dispatch response time performance plans are required to be established and (b) response time reports are subsequently required to be submitted to the Emergency Health Services Branch, Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care.
Ontario Regulation 79/10 made under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007
This Regulation would govern the requirements relating to long-term care home resident care, services, admissions, operations, funding, licensing, compliance and administrative matters in all long-term care homes in Ontario. The Regulation will come into effect on the date that the LTCHA comes into force (July 1, 2010).
Ontario Regulation 1012, Definitions, Exemptions and Rebates
Ontario regulation 319/10 has been filed and amends Ontario Regulation 1012, Definitions, Exemptions and Rebates, made under the Retail Sales Tax Act in respect of the application of retail sales tax (RST) on private sales of used vehicles to Status Indians.
Small Business Transition Support
Ontario regulation 318/10, made under the Retail Sales Tax Act, has been filed in respect of the Small Business Transition Support program, as announced in the 2009 Budget.
Ontario Regulation 1012, Definitions, Exemptions and Rebates
Ontario Regulation 316/10 has been filed and amends Ontario Regulation 1012, Definitions, Exemptions and Rebates, made under the Retail Sales Tax Act, in respect of the continuation of the Retail Sales Tax (RST) on private sales of used vehicles after June 2010, as announced in the 2009 Budget.
Rebates for First Nations in Ontario
The new Rebates for First Nations in Ontario regulation under the Retail Sales Tax Act implements a point-of-sale rebate for Ontario’s First Nations on qualifying property or services purchased off-reserve on or after September 1, 2010 for the purposes of the Harmonized Sales Tax (HST).
Establishment of Local Roads Area - Northwestern Region
Stop Signs in Territories without Municipal Organization
Establishment of Local Roads Areas - Northern and Eastern Regions
Amendments to Demerit Point Table
Amendments to the Demerit Point Table to reflect increased penalites for improper driver behaviour upon the approach of or following certain emergency vehicles, as well as consistency in the application of demerit points for child car seat offences
Daytime Running Lights
The Ministry of Transportation is proposing to amend Ontario Regulation 587 to create a new requirement that drivers use their vehicles’ daytime running lights.
Ontario Regulation 254/10
Ontario Regulation 254/10 is a site specific amendment that revokes certain lands from Ontario Regulation 481/73.
Ontario Regulation 271/10
Ontario Regulation 271/10 revokes O.Regs. 486/71, 271/74, 493/78, 153/80, 467/80, 1109, 1110/80, 537/82, 538/82, 579/87, 755, 21/92, 3/96, 47/96, 257/99, 621/99 and 3/01.
Ontario Regulation 157/10 Public Bodies – Part III.1 of the Act
The “List of Public Bodies that will be Subject to Standards and Guidelines for Conservation of Provincial Heritage Properties” provides direction on the identification, protection, maintenance, use, and disposal of heritage properties owned or occupied by the Crown in Ontario.
Ontario Regulations 269/10 and 270/10
Ontario Regulations (O.Reg.) 269/10 and 270/10 amend O.Reg. 465/09 and 466/09 respectively by changing the effective date of the Minister's Zoning Orders from July 1, 2010 to July 1, 2011
Regulations under the Retail Sales Tax Act
Amendments to Ontario Regulation 1012, Definitions, Exemptions and Rebates, made under the Retail Sales Tax Act, are proposed in respect of the wind-down of the Retail Sales Tax (RST) and the transition to the Harmonized Sales Tax (HST) effective July 1, 2010.
Definition of road service vehicle. Amended Regulation 625
MTO proclaimed into force amendments to the Highway Traffic Act that moved the definition of “road service vehicle” to the general definition Part of the Act. As a result, a consequential amendment was made to the reference to road service vehicles in Regulation 625 (Tire Standards and Specifications) to reflect the relocation of the definition in the Act.
Courts of Justice - Small Claims Court Appeal Limit
O. Reg. 626/00 Small Claims Court Jurisdiction under the Courts of Justice Act would be amended to include a Small Claims Court appeal limit of $2500. Only claims for amounts of $2500 or more would be permitted to be appealed to the Divisional Court.
Proposed Amendment to Ontario Regulation 48/06 under the Smoke-Free Ontario Act
The Legislature is currently considering proposed amendments to the Smoke-Free Ontario Act that, if passed, would remove the definition of cigarillo from the Act and give statutory authority to define cigarillo through regulation. MHP is undertaking consultation on potential amendments to Regulation 48/06 in the event that the proposed statutory amendments are passed and receive Royal Assent.
Farm Implements Act
Amendments to a regulation under the Farm Implements Act have been proposed to reduce the paperwork for equipment dealers and distributors as well as remove requirements on the specific type of safety decals that must be used on farm implements.
Automobile Insurance Reporting
This is a new regulation to facilitate Ontario Ministry of Transportation implementation of online verification of automobile insurance coverage at the time of vehicle permit renewal.
Automobile Certificate of Insurance
Regulation 278/95 is repealed to provide for the certificate of insurance to be in a form approved by the Superintendent of Financial Services
Amendment to O. Reg. 666/98 (Possession, Buying and Selling of Wildlife) under the Fish and Wildlife Conservation Act, 1997 to prohibit importation of live captive white-tailed deer, elk, moose, caribou, and/or their hybrids into Ontario, unless done so under an authorization issued under the Act, to help minimize the risk of entry of Chronic Wasting Disease into Ontario
To ensure that appropriate measures are taken to minimize the risk of entry of CWD into Ontario by amending O. Reg. 666/98 (Possession, Buying and Selling of Wildlife) under the Fish and Wildlife Conservation Act, 1997 to prohibit importation of live captive white-tailed deer, elk, moose, caribou, and/or their hybrids into Ontario, unless done so under an authorization issued under the Act.
Legislative Framework for Modernizing Environmental Approvals
To proceed with the introduction of a proposed Open for Business Act, 2010, Schedule 7(Modernization of Approvals. Schedule 7 includes the changes made as a result of public consultation on the proposed Legislative Framework for Modernizing Environmental Approvals.
Metrolinx Administrative Fees Regulation – Summary of Proposal
The purpose of the regulation is to provide an alternative to GO Transit's present system for handling vehicle- and fare-related infractions. The regulation will make it easier for GO customers to resolve ticket disputes without being charged under the Provincial Offences Act, promote orderly flow of traffic in GO parking areas, ensure that customers pay their fares and parking fees and avoid the court, administrative, personal and financial costs that are incurred when a dispute goes to court.
Public Libraries Act Regulatory Amendment
The regulatory amendment updates Reg. 976 of R.R.O. 1990: Grants for Public Libraries under the Public Libraries Act to reflect recent changes to the Act made as part of the Good Government Act, 2009.
This regulation requires the establishment of audit committees for the district school boards in Ontario
Extension of the 2007 Canada-Ontario Agreement Respecting the Great Lakes Basin Ecosystem (COA)
COA is a framework through which the governments of Canada and Ontario work cooperatively with the support of other partners, to restore, protect and conserve the environmental quality of the Great Lakes Basin Ecosystem in order to achieve the vision of a healthy, prosperous and sustainable Basin for present and future generations. COA assists Canada in meeting its obligations under the Canada-United States Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement (GLWQA).
Ontario Regulation 55/10
Ontario Regulation 55/10 is a site specific amendment that allows for a minimum lot frontage of 30 metres on lands located in part of Lot 21, Concession 7, in the Town of Markham.
Law Society Act
Amendments to O. Reg. 167/07, which expands the summary hearings process
Critical Defects of Commercial Motor Vehicles
This regulation contains precise definitions of “critical defects” for the purposes of identifying vehicles which merit an administrative order of impoundment and that should be deemed unsafe for the purposes of Highway Traffic Act prosecutions.
Drive Clean Regulatory Amendment
The purpose of this posting is to solicit public comment on the proposed amendments to Ontario Regulation 361/98 (Motor Vehicles) made under the Environmental Protection Act.
Proposed Egg Regulation under the Food Safety and Quality Act, 2001
The Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs (OMAFRA) proposes to develop an updated egg regulation under the Food Safety and Quality Act, 2001 (FSQA) to replace the current R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 724 - Eggs and R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 726 - Processed Egg under the Livestock and Livestock Products Act (LLPA).
Condominium Act, 1998: Reserve fund extension
MCS amended a regulation under the Condominium Act, 1998 to extend the timeframe by which condominium corporations that were registered prior to the Act coming into force must have their reserve funds fully funded.
Automobile Insurance Reform
Amendments to Regulations 664 (Automobile Insurance), 34/10 (Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule - Effective September 1, 2010) and 461/96 (Court Proceeding For Automobile Accidents That Occur On Or After November 1, 1996) as part of changes to implement automobile insurance reform
To establish a regulation for the purpose of clause 9(6)(b) of the Act
City of Toronto Act Regulation (58/10)
These amendments continue to allow the City of Toronto to set transition tax ratios for 2010 based on a prescribed formula, as well as maintain levy increase flexibility
Ontario Regulation 138/10
On April 13, 2010, the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing filed a Zoning Order, made pursuant to clause 47(1)(a) of the Planning Act, with the Registrar of Regulations as Ontario Regulation 138/10.
Ontario Regulation 135/10
The purpose of this notice is to inform interested parties of the decision regarding Ontario Regulation 135/10, which amends Ontario Regulation 481/73.
To establish a regulation for the purpose of clause 17(3)(b) of the Act
Ontario Regulations 464/09, 465/09, and 466/09
Take notice that on December 7, 2009, the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing filed three (3) Zoning Orders, made pursuant to clause 47(1)(a) of the Planning Act, with the Registrar of Regulations as Ontario Regulation 464/09, Ontario Regulation 465/09, and Ontario Regulation 466/09. O. Reg. 464/09 came into force the day that it was filed, December 7, 2009. O. Reg. 465/09 and O. Reg. 466/09 come into force on July 1, 2010.
Ontario Regulation 612, School Buses
The Ministry of Transportation is proposing to modernize the standards for school buses in Ontario by repealing out of date requirements and updating the safety features on new buses.
Ontario Regulation 35/10
This Regulation amends Ontario Regulation 403/96 (Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule – Accidents on or after November 1, 1996)
Ontario Regulation 39/10
This Regulation amends Ontario Regulation 534/06 (Prescribed Information for the Purposes of Section 101.1 of the Act)
Amendment to O. Reg. 665/98 (Hunting) under the Fish and Wildlife Conservation Act, 1997 to prohibit possession and use, for the purposes of hunting, of products that contain, or purport to contain, any body part of a member of the deer family, that may contribute to the potential spread of Chronic Wasting Disease, including urine, blood, glands, or other fluids
To ensure that appropriate measures are taken to minimize the risk of entry of CWD into Ontario by amending O. Reg. 665/98 (Hunting) under the Fish and Wildlife Conservation Act, 1997 to prohibit possession and use of products that contain, or purport to contain, any body part of a member of the deer family, including urine, blood, glands, or other fluids, for the purposes of hunting.
Regulation made under the Toxics Reduction Act, 2009
While the Toxics Reduction Act, 2009 is not yet prescribed under the Environmental Bill of Rights (EBR), the Ministry of the Environment (Ministry) would like to provide general notice to the public that a new regulation has been made under the Toxics Reduction Act, 2009.
This is a new regulation that prescribes penalties for contraventions of the Employment Protection for Foreign Nationals Act (Live-in Caregivers and Others), 2009.
Private Security and Investigative Services: Training and Testing
As of April 15, 2010, the new basic Training and Testing Regulation takes effect. This Regulation helps strengthen the professional requirements for security guards and private investigators and enhance public safety. New applicants must undergo a basic training program and pass a test before they can apply for a security guard and/or private investigator licence. Existing licensees do not need to take the basic training course before attempting the ministry test.
Proposed Animal Health Legislation for the Province of Ontario
To help boost the economic competitiveness of the agri-food sector, the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs (OMAFRA) is considering farm animal health and traceability initiatives, including the development of legislation that would provide a broad framework for animal health and traceability initiatives in the province. If introduced and passed, the proposed legislation would better protect the economy, animal health and public health.
Minimum Ontario Grape or Grape Product Requirement
The Ontario Government has amended Regulation 659/00 under the Wine Content and Labelling Act, 2000, that requires a 30% minimum Ontario grape or grape product per bottle of wine. Effective September 1, 2010, Ontario wines made from a blend of domestic and imported grape or grape products must contain on average for a winery’s total annual production of blended wines 40% Ontario grape or grape products with a minimum of 25% per bottle.
Regulatory Amendments pertaining to Practice of Professional Land Surveying
The following regulations have been amended: 1. Reg 1026 entitled: General, under the Surveyors Act amended by O. Reg. 218/10, 2. O. Reg. 525/91 entitled: Monuments, under the Surveyors Act amended by O. Reg. 219/10, 3. O. Reg. 1028 entitled: “Ontario Coordinate System”, under the Surveys Act, is revoked by O. Reg. 217/10. 4. New regulation O. Reg. 216/10 created and titled “Performance Standards for the Practice of Professional Land Surveying”