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Proposed Regulatory Amendment to O. Reg. 386/99 under the Home Care and Community Services Act, 1994 (HCCSA) Relating to Direct Funding Agreements for the Purpose of Self-Directed Care (SDC)

MOHLTC is seeking approval to propose an amendment to O.Reg. 386/99 under HCCSA to: 1) specify the community services that the LHINs may fund when providing direct funding to, or on behalf of, a person under section 28.5 of HCCSA; 2) identify the eligible client cohorts; and 3) exempt LHINs from the current service maximums for personal support services with respect to direct funding agreements for the purpose of self-directed care entered into with adults with an Acquired Brain Injury (ABI).
Effective Date:  November 24, 2017

Regulation under the Municipal Act, 2001 - Niagara

The proposed regulation would authorize The Regional Municipality of Niagara to exercise its power under the Municipal Act, 2001 to pass a by-law to change the composition of regional council.
Effective Date:  November 2, 2017

Administrative Penalties Regulation under the Waste Diversion Transition Act, 2016  (source: Environmental Registry)

The Resource Productivity and Recovery Authority (the "Authority") is responsible for the oversight of existing programs under the WDTA and the producer responsibility scheme under the RRCEA, including compliance and enforcement under both acts. The proposed regulation would govern the determination of the amount of, and the manner in which Authority staff will issue an order to pay an administrative penalty for non-compliance with the WDTA and its regulations.
Effective Date:  November 3, 2017

Regulations establishing the Berry Growers of Ontario as a marketing board for producers of blueberries, raspberries and strawberries under the Farm Products Marketing Act (FPMA)

Berry producers have expressed support for the establishment of a marketing board for blueberries, raspberries and strawberries and have asked the Ontario Farm Products Marketing Commission (Commission) to recommend to the Minister that a board be established. The establishment of a board requires the creation of two regulations under the FPMA - a plan regulation to create the board and a marketing regulation to give the board its powers.
Effective Date:  November 1, 2017