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Proposed Extension of Hours of Alcohol Sale and Service in Licensed Establishments in Certain Airports in Ontario.

As part of the government's efforts to put Ontario consumers first and modernize the rules for the sale and consumption of alcohol, the Ministry of the Attorney General is proposing an amendment to Regulation 719 (Licences to Sell Liquor) under the Liquor Licence Act to allow licensed establishments in the post-security area of certain airports in Ontario to sell and serve alcohol 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Comments Due Date:  November 29, 2019

Regulatory Amendment to O. Reg. 26/10 - Training and Testing

The Ministry of the Solicitor General is proposing an amendment to Ontario Regulation 26/10 - Training and Testing under the Private Security and Investigative Services Act, 2005.
Comments Due Date:  November 27, 2019

Proposed Minister's regulation, if enabling amendments to the Lakes and Rivers Improvement Act are passed as part of the proposed Better for People, Smarter for Business Act  (source: Environmental Registry)

If the proposed Lakes and Rivers Improvement Act legislative amendment is passed, the ministry proposes to develop a subsequent Minister's regulation that if made, would require some dam owners of electricity-producing dams to, where necessary, assess, monitor and report on mercury levels in surface water and/or fish tissue.
Comments Due Date:  November 27, 2019

Transfer of motor vehicle provisions from the Environmental Protection Act to the Highway Traffic Act  (source: Environmental Registry)

We are proposing legislative amendments to improve and protect Ontario's air quality while saving taxpayers money and modernizing government services by transferring the responsibility for vehicle emissions inspections and enforcement from the Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks to the Ministry of Transportation.
Comments Due Date:  November 27, 2019

Business Law Modernization and Burden Reduction Council Recommendations to Amend Ontario's Business Law Statutes

The Business Law Modernization and Burden Reduction Council (the Council), a short-term advisory body established by the Ontario government, has put forward several recommendations to modernize Ontario's business law statutes. The Ministry of Government and Consumer Services is seeking public feedback on the recommendations put forward by the Council.
Comments Due Date:  November 26, 2019

New regulation for vehicle emissions  (source: Environmental Registry)

A new regulation is being proposed that will clarify and strengthen on-road vehicle emissions requirements and will set out rules around the testing of emissions from heavy diesel commercial motor vehicles.
Comments Due Date:  November 23, 2019

Registered Nurse (RN) Prescribing: Proposed regulatory amendments to Ontario Regulation 275/94 (General), Part III (Controlled Acts) and Part V (Delegation) under the Nursing Act, 1991

The College of Nurses of Ontario is proposing regulatory amendments to allow RNs to prescribe individual drugs and drug categories for certain non-complex conditions and to communicate a diagnosis for the purposes of prescribing in non-hospital settings.
Comments Due Date:  November 17, 2019

Initiation of Psychotherapy by Registered Nurses and Registered Practical Nurses

The College of Nurses of Ontario is proposing regulatory amendments to enable Registered Nurses and Registered Practical Nurses to initiate the controlled act of psychotherapy.
Comments Due Date:  November 17, 2019

Solicitors Act: Proposed Regulation

Amendment to Regulation 195/04, Contingency Fee Agreements, made under the Solicitors Act
Comments Due Date:  November 15, 2019

Law Society Act: Proposed Regulation

Amendment to Regulation 167/07, Hearings Before the Hearing and Appeal Divisions, made under the Law Society Act
Comments Due Date:  November 15, 2019

1) Proposed amendment to Ontario Regulation 301/96 (Insurance) under the Shortline Railways Act, 1995. 2) Repeal of Ontario Regulation 300/96 (Designation) under the Shortline Railways Act, 1995.

1) The Ministry of Transportation of Ontario (MTO) is proposing to have the primary limit of not less than $10 million dollars per occurrence increased to $25 million dollars per occurrence. 2) The Ministry of Transportation of Ontario (MTO) is proposing repealing an outdated regulation that designates the names of corporations licenced as shortlines.
Comments Due Date:  November 12, 2019

Amendments to regulations made under the Insurance Act and the Compulsory Automobile Insurance Act regarding the delivery and electronic format of certain records and other documents.

Amendments to regulations made under the Insurance Act and the Compulsory Automobile Insurance Act are proposed to reflect the amendments included in the Protecting What Matters Most Act (Budget Measures), 2019 relating to the delivery and electronic format of certain records and other documents. Amendments are also proposed to regulations under the Insurance Act to remove references to "fax" or "facsimile".
Comments Due Date:  November 12, 2019

Proposed Extension of Municipal GO Transit Development Charge By-Laws

Extend the expiry date of that enables the municipalities of Toronto, Hamilton and the Regions of Durham, Halton, Peel and York to impose municipal development charge by-laws for GO Transit's growth capital costs enabled by this Regulation for another three years, until December 31, 2022.
Comments Due Date:  November 12, 2019

Proposed Extension of Municipal Contributions Allocation Formula

Extend the expiry date of the apportionment formula in this Regulation for another three years, until December 31, 2022.
Comments Due Date:  November 12, 2019

Display Screens and Hand-Held Devices - Exemption Review

The Ministry of Transportation is proposing to make permanent the 3-year time limited exemption for two-way radios, and grant Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) officers a permanent hand-held communications device and display screen exemption under Ontario's Distracted Driving Law.
Comments Due Date:  November 4, 2019