Proposal for Amendments to R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 565: Public Pools
The Ministry of Health is proposing amendments to R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 565: Public Pools ("Regulation") under the Health Protection and Promotion Act to exempt public spas that are operated in conjunction with an individual dwelling unit or suite of a hotel for the exclusive use of its occupants, if caution signage is posted indicating to use at your own risk and that the spa is not subject to the Regulation.
Development of a Clean Energy Credit Registry
The Ministry of Energy is seeking public input on a proposal to introduce a clean energy credit (CEC) registry and associated processes to support the creation, recognition, tracking and retirement of voluntarily purchased CECs within the province.
Cross-Boundary Service Integration: Amendments to the City of Toronto Act, 2006
The Ministry of Transportation is proposing to amend the City of Toronto Act, 2006, which would enable more seamless transit services across the Toronto municipal boundaries by enabling agreements between the TTC and other municipal transit systems. This is an important step towards a fully integrated and optimized regional transit system, and the goal of transit cost and time savings for riders.
Fragmented transit fare structures and transfers at municipal borders can make transit trips less convenient and more expensive. The Province is working with municipalities and transit agencies to improve rider experience and build back ridership as Ontario recovers from COVID-19.
Proposed amendments to wine standards rules contained in regulation under the Vintners Quality Alliance Act, 1999.
The ministry is looking for input to make the following changes to the current wine standards rules by:
• Adding the Pecorino grape variety to the list of authorized grapes used for wine produced in Ontario and eligible for approval by Vintners Quality Alliance Ontario, Ontario's Wine Appellation Authority.
• Listing the Sémillon grape variety in the table of requirements in Appendix A under Ontario Regulation 406/00 and lower the minimum brix required from 18.0 º Brix to 17.0 º Brix.