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.
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.
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Regulation 278/95 is repealed to provide for the certificate of insurance to be in a form approved by the Superintendent of Financial Services
This regulation requires the establishment of audit committees for the district school boards in Ontario
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
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)
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.