The Ministry of Transportation is undertaking a review of the definition of a road-building machine (RBM) as it is currently found in the Highway Traffic Act (HTA).
Raw Leaf Tobacco Oversight in Ontario
The Ministry of Finance seeks comments on a draft regulation under the Tobacco Tax Act to support the Ministry of Finance's oversight of raw leaf tobacco in Ontario.
College of Chiropodists of Ontario
Amending O. Reg. 203/94 (General) under the Chiropody Act, 1991 to add a new part to the regulation: Spousal Patient Exemption to the Sexual Abuse Provisions of the Code
Reducing Coal Use In Energy-Intensive Industries
The Ministry of the Environment is proposing regulatory changes to help Ontario's energy-intensive and trade-exposed manufacturing industries (such as the cement, lime, iron and steel sectors) take advantage of opportunities to reduce the use of coal and petroleum coke.
Road Safety Proposals to Reduce Distracted Driving and Impaired Driving, and to Improve Cyclist Safety, in Ontario
On March 17, 2014 the Ministry of Transportation of Ontario (MTO) introduced Bill 173, Highway Traffic Amendment Act (Keeping Ontario's Roads Safe), 2014 which proposes a number of legislative amendments to the Highway Traffic Act to improve road safety in Ontario. To supplement the legislative amendments in Bill 173 related to reducing distracted driving and impaired driving and improving cyclist safety, MTO is soliciting public comment on complimentary regulatory amendments.
Delegated Administrative Authority for the Film Sector
The Ministry of Consumer Services (MCS) is proposing to amend O.Reg 187/09, made under the Safety and Consumer Statutes Administration Act, 1996 (SCSAA), to assign responsibility for the day to day administration of the Film Classification Act, 2005 (FCA) to a Delegated Administrative Authority (DAA).
Studded Tire Use in Northern Ontario
The Ministry of Transportation (MTO) is proposing to extend the period during which Northern Ontario residents can use studded tires (from October 1st - April 30th to September 1st - May 31st).
Smoke-Free Ontario Act
Proposed regulatory amendments to further restrict the sale of tobacco products and the smoking of tobacco products in Ontario. Purpose is to protect kids and youth from accessing tobacco products and from the harmful effects of smoking, and to protect the people of Ontario from exposure to tobacco use.