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OCT 1 2 2006 

FACULTY OF LAW 
HERSiTY OF TORONTO 



Publications under the Regulations Act 
Publications en vertu de la Loi sur les règlements 



2003—01—25 



ONTARIO REGULATION 1/03 

made under the 
EDUCATION ACT 

Made: December 18,2002 
Filed: Januar>' 7, 2003 

Amending O. Reg. 99/02 
(Teacher Performance Appraisal) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 99/02 has not previously been amended. 

1. Ontario Regulation 99/02 Is amended by adding the Tollow- 
ing immediately before section 1 : 

PARTI 
GENERAL 

2. Section 10 of the Regulation Is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

PART 11 

PROVINCIAL SCHOOLS 

AND DEMONSTRATION SCHOOLS 

Provincial schools 

10. (1) Part X.2 of the Act, Part 1 of this Regulation, the other 
regulations under Part X.2 of the Act, and the guidelines, rules and 
policies under Part X.2 of the Act, apply to schools established or 
continued under subsection 13 (1), (2) or (4) of the Act and to schools 
operated by a ministry under the Provincial Schools Negotiations Act. 
subject to such modifications as the circumstances require, including 
the modifications set out in this section. 

(2) If a teacher employed by a board is seconded to a school 
referred to in subsection (1), subsection (1) does not apply to the 
teacher unless Part X.2 of the Act applies to the board. 

(3) Despite subsection 277.15 (I) of the Act and subsection 1 (3) 
of this Regulation, in Part X.2 of the Act, Part 1 of this Regulation, the 
other regulations under Part X.2 of the Act. and the guidelines, rules 
and policies under Part X.2 of the Act, unless the context requires 
otherwise, 

(a) a reference to a board shall be deemed to be a reference to the 
Provincial Schools Authority; 

(b) a reference to the designated bargaining agent for a teachers" 
bargaining unit shall be deemed to be a reference to the bar- 
gaining agent referred to in subsection 5 (4) of the Provincial 
Schools Negotiations Act; 

(c) a reference to a teacher shall be deemed to be a reference to a 
teacher as defined in section I of the Provincial Schools Nego- 
tiations Act, other than a continuing education teacher; 

(d) a reference to a teachers' bargaining unit shall be deemed to be 
a reference to the bargaining unit referred to in subsection 5 (2) 
of the Provincial Schools Negotiations Act; 

(e) a reference to a director of education for a board shall be 
deemed to be a reference to the chair of the Provincial Schools 
Authority; 



(f) a reference to a school council shall be deemed to be a refer- 
ence to any body that acts in a capacity similar to a school 
council; and 

(g) a reference to a special education advisory committee shall be 
deemed to be a reference to any body that acts in a capacity 
similar to a special education advisory committee. 

(4) Subsections 277.15 (2) and (3) and sections 277.24 to 277.27 
of the Act have no application to the schools referred to in subsection 
(1). 

(5) Despite subsections 277.29 (1) and (2) of the Act, for the pur- 
poses of section 277.29 of the Act, 

(a) a teacher shall be considered to be new to the Provincial 
Schools Authority during the 24-month period following his or 
her being hired as a teacher by the Authority, if the teacher was 
not employed by the Authority as a teacher immediately before 
being hired; 

(b) a teacher shall be considered to be new to the profession during 
the 24-month period following his or her being hired by the 
Provincial Schools Authority or a board, if the teacher has 
never been, 

(i) employed as a teacher by a board, 

(ii) employed as a teacher by the Provincial Schools Authority, 



(iii) employed as a teacher in connection with a demonstration 
school established or continued under section 13 of the 
Act; and 

(c) a teacher shall not be considered new to the Provincial Schools 
Authority if the teacher is seconded from a board to the 
Authority and is not new to the board within the meaning of 
subsection 277.29 ( I ) of the Act. 

(6) Subsection 5 (1) of this Regulation permits, but does not 
require, the Provincial Schools Authority to develop an annual written 
parent survey with respect to schools operated under the Provincial 
Schools Negotiations Act by a person or body other than the Ministry. 

(7) Subsections (3) to (6) apply only for the purposes of subsection 
(1). 

Demonstration schools 

II. (1) Part X.2 of the Act, Part 1 of this Regulation, the other 
regulations made under Part X.2 of the Act, and the guidelines, rules 
and policies under Part X.2 of the Act, apply to the demonstration 
schools established under clause 13 (5) (a) of the Act, subject to such 
modifications as the circumstances require, including the modifica- 
tions set out in this section. 

(2) If a teacher employed by a board is seconded to a school 
referred to in subsection (1), subsection (1) does not apply to the 
teacher unless Part X.2 of the Act applies to the board. 

(3) Despite subsection 277.15 (1) of the Act and subsection 1 (3) 
of this Regulation, in Part X.2 of the Act, Part I of this Regulation, the 
other regulations under Part X.2 of the Act, and the guidelines, rules 
and policies under Part X.2 of the Act, unless the context requires 
otherwise. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



O. Reg. 1/03 



(a) a reference to a board shall be deemed to be a reference to the 
Ministry; 

(b) a reference to a teacher employed by a board shall be deemed 
to be a reference to a teacher employed by a board and sec- 
onded to a school referred to in subsection ( 1 ); 

(c) a reference to a school council shall be deemed to be a refer- 
ence to any body that acts in a capacity similar to a school 
council; and 

(d) a reference to a special education advisory committee shall be 
deemed to be a reference to the Learning Disabilities Associa- 
tion of Ontario. 

(4) Clauses (3) (a) and (b) do not apply to the following provisions 
with respect to a teacher that is employed by a board and seconded to 
a school referred to in subsection (1): 

1 . Subsections 277.28 ( 1 ) and (3 ) of the Act. 

2. Section 277.29 of the Act. 

3. Sections 277.42, 277.43 and 277.44 of the Act. 

4. Section 2 of Ontario Regulation 98/02 (Teacher Learning 
Plans). 

(5) Despite subsections 277. 15 (5) and (6) of the Act, 

(a) nothing in Part X.2 of the Act, or any regulation, guideline, 
policy or rule under that Part, shall be interpreted to limit rights 
otherwise available to the Ministry or a board relating to 
discipline of any teacher, including but not limited to rights 
relating to reassignment of duties, suspension or termination of 
the employment of the teacher, whether or not a performance 
appraisal process relating to the teacher is being conducted 
under that Part; and 

(b) nothing in Part X.2 of the Act, or any regulation, guideline, 
policy or rule under it, shall be interpreted to limit the 
Ministry's ability or a board's ability to complete a 
performance appraisal of a teacher begun before that Part 
begins to apply to the Ministry, board or teacher, or to follow 
any process or take any action relating to that performance 
appraisal that the Ministry or board might have followed or 
taken but for that Part. 

(6) Despite subsection 277.18 (3) of the Act, in the circumstances 
described in clause 277.18 (1) (b) of the Act, where no other 
supervisory officer employed by the Ministry is able to perform the 
duty and exercise the power in a timely way, because of absence or 
for some other reason, a supervisory officer employed by a board 
may, by arrangement between the Ministry and the board, perform the 
duty and exercise the power. 

(7) Despite clauses 277.21 (1) (b) and (4) (b) of the Act, the Lieu- 
tenant Governor in Council may make regulations in relation to Part 
X.2 of the Act establishing rules to apply where a board seconds a 
teacher to the Ministry, and the regulations may assign responsibilities 
under that Part as between the seconding board and the Ministry. 

(8) Sections 277.24 to 277.27 and 277.35 to 277.41 of the Act 
have no application to the schools referred to in subsection (1). 

(9) Subsections (3) to (8) apply only for the purposes of subsec- 
tion (1). 

3. This Regulation comes into force on September 1, 2003. 



RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 1/03 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR L'ÉDUCATION 

pris le 18 décembre 2002 
déposé le 7 janvier 2003 

modifiant le Règl. de l'Ont. 99/02 
(Évaluation du rendement des enseignants) 

Remarque : Le Règlement de l'Ontario 99/02 n'a pas été modifié 
antérieurement. 

L Le Règlement de rOntario 99/02 est modifié par adjonction 
de l'intertitre suivant immédiatement avant l'article 1 : 

PARTIE I 
DISPOSITIONS GÉNÉRALES 

2. L'article 10 du Règlement est abrogé et remplacé par ce qui 
suit : 

PARTIE II 

ÉCOLES PROVINCIALES 

ET ÉCOLES D'APPLICATION 

Écoles provinciales 

10. ( I ) La partie X.2 de la Loi, la partie I du présent règlement, les 
autres règlements pris en application de la partie X.2 de la Loi et les 
lignes directrices données et les règles et les politiques établies en 
application de celle-ci s'appliquent aux écoles ouvertes ou maintenues 
en vertu du paragraphe 13 (I), (2) ou (4) de la Loi et aux écoles qui 
relèvent d'un ministère en application de la Loi sur la négociation 
collective dans les écoles provinciales, sous réserve des adaptations 
nécessaires, y compris les adaptations énoncées dans le présent article. 

(2) Si un enseignant employé par un conseil est détaché auprès 
d'une école visée au paragraphe (1), ce dernier ne s'applique à 
l'enseignant que si la partie X.2 de la Loi s'applique au conseil. 

(3) Malgré le paragraphe 277.15 (1) de la Loi et le paragraphe 1 
(3) du présent règlement, dans la partie X.2 de la Loi, la partie 1 du 
présent règlement, les autres règlements pris en application de la par- 
tie X.2 de la Loi et les lignes directrices données et les règles et les 
politiques établies en application de celle-ci, sauf indication contraire 
du contexte : 

a) la mention d'un conseil est réputée une mention de 
l'Administration des écoles provinciales; 

b) la mention de l'agent négociateur désigné d'une unité de négo- 
ciation d'enseignants est réputée une mention de l'agent négo- 
ciateur visé au paragraphe 5 (4) de la Loi sur la négociation 
collective dans les écoles provinciales; 

c) la mention d'un enseignant est réputée une mention d'un en- 
seignant au sens de l'article 1 de la Loi sur la négociation col- 
lective dans les écoles provinciales, exception faite d'un ensei- 
gnant de l'éducation permanente; 

d) la mention d'une imité de négociation d'enseignants est réputée 
une mention de l'unité de négociation visée au paragraphe 5 
(2) de la Loi sur la négociation collective dans les écoles pro- 
vinciales; 

e) la mention d'un directeur de l'éducation d'un conseil est répu- 
tée une mention du président de l'Administration des écoles 
provinciales; 



organisme qui remplit des fonctions analogues à celles d"un tel 
conseil: 

g) la mention d'un comité consultatif pour Tenfance en difficulté 
est réputée une mention d'un organisme qui remplit des fonc- 
tions analogues à celles d'un tel comité. 

(4) Us paragraphes 277.15 (2) et (3) et les articles 277.24 à 
277.27 de la Loi ne s'appliquent pas au.x écoles visées au paragraphe 
(1). 

(5) Malgré les paragraphes 277.29 (1) et (2) de la Loi. pour 
l'application de l'article 277.29 de la Loi : 

a) un enseignant est considéré comme un nouvel enseignant de 
l'Administration des écoles provinciales pendant la période de 
24 mois qui suit son engagement comme enseignant de 
l'Administration, s'il n'était pas employé par elle comme en- 
seignant immédiatement avant d'être engagé; 

b) un enseignant est considéré comme un débutant dans la profes- 
sion pendant la période de 24 mois qui suit son engagement par 
l'Administration des écoles provinciales ou un conseil, s'il n'a 
jamais été employé en tant qu'enseignant : 

(i) soit par un conseil, 

(ii) soit par l'Administration des écoles provinciales, 

(iii) soit en ce qui concerne une école d'application ouverte ou 
maintenue en vertu de l'article 13 de la Loi; 

c) l'enseignant qui n'est pas un nouvel enseignant d'un conseil au 
sens du paragraphe 277.29 ( I ) de la Loi ne devient pas un nou- 
vel enseignant de l'Administration des écoles provinciales s'il 
est détaché du conseil auprès de l'Administration. 

(6) Le paragraphe 5 (1) du présent règlement autorise, sans 
l'exiger, l'élaboration par l'Administration des écoles provinciales 
d'un sondage écrit annuel des parents en ce qui concerne les écoles 
que fait fonctionner une personne ou un organisme autre que le minis- 
tère en application de la Loi sur la négociation collective dans les 
écoles provinciales. 

(7) Les paragraphes (3) à (6) s'appliquent uniquement dans le 
cadre du paragraphe ( I ). 

Écoles d'application 

11. ( 1 ) La partie X.2 de la Loi, la partie I du présent règlement, les 
autres règlements pris en application de la partie X.2 de la Loi et les 
lignes directrices données et les règles et les politiques établies en 
application de celle-ci s'appliquent aux écoles d'application ouvertes 
en vertu de l'alinéa 13 (5) a) de la Loi, sous réserve des adaptations 
nécessaires, y compris les adaptations énoncées dans le présent article. 

(2) Si un enseignant employé par un conseil est détaché auprès 
d'une école visée au paragraphe (1), ce dernier ne s'applique à 
l'enseignant que si la partie X.2 de la Loi s'applique au conseil. 

(3) Malgré le paragraphe 277.15 (I) de la Loi et le paragraphe 1 
(3) du présent règlement, dans la partie X.2 de la Loi, la partie I du 
présent règlement, les autres règlements pris en application de la par- 
tie X.2 de la Loi et les lignes directrices données et les règles et les 
politiques établies en application de celle-ci, sauf indication contraire 
du contexte ; 

a) la mention d'un conseil est réputée une mention du ministère; 

b) la mention d'un enseignant employé par un conseil est réputée 
une mention d'un enseignant employé par un conseil et détaché 
auprès d'une école visée au paragraphe ( 1 ); 



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organisme qui remplit des fonctions analogues à celles d'un tel 
conseil; 

d) la mention d'un comité consultatif pour l'enfance en difficulté 
est réputée une mention de l'Association Troubles d'Apprentis- 
sage Ontario. 

(4) Les alinéas (3) a) et b) ne s'appliquent pas aux dispositions 
suivantes à l'égard d'un enseignant qui est employé par un conseil et 
détaché auprès d'une école visée au paragraphe ( 1 ) : 

1. Les paragraphes 277.28 (1) et (3) de la Loi. 

2. L'article 277.29 de la Loi. 

3. Les articles 277.42, 277.43 et 277.44 de la Loi. 

4. L'article 2 du Règlement de l'Ontario 98/02 (Plans de perfec- 
tionnement des enseignants). 

(5) Malgré les paragraphes 277.15 (5) et (6) de la Loi : 

a) ni la partie X.2 de la Loi, ni les règlements pris, les lignes di- 
rectrices données et les règles et les politiques établies en ap- 
plication de celle-ci n'ont pour effet de limiter les droits dont 
jouit par ailleurs le ministère ou un conseil en ce qui concerne 
les mesures disciplinaires qu'il peut imposer à un enseignant, 
notamment les droits concernant son affectation à d'autres 
fonctions, sa suspension ou la cessation de son emploi, qu'une 
évaluation du rendement le concernant soit ou non effectuée en 
application de cette partie; 

b) ni la partie X.2 de la Loi. ni les règlements pris, les lignes 
directrices données et les règles et les politiques établies en 
application de celle-ci n'ont pour effet de limiter la capacité du 
ministère ou d'un conseil d'achever une évaluation du 
rendement d'un enseignant commencée avant que cette partie 
ne devienne applicable à ce ministère, à ce conseil ou à cet 
enseignant, ou de suivre le processus qu'il aurait suivi ou de 
prendre les mesures qu'il aurait prises en ce qui concerne cette 
évaluation du rendement en l'absence de cette partie. 

(6) Malgré le paragraphe 277.18 (3) de la Loi, dans les circonstan- 
ces visées à l'alinéa 277.18 (1) b) de la Loi, si aucun autre agent de 
supervision employé par le ministère n'est en mesure d'exercer les 
fonctions et pouvoirs de façon opportune, pour cause d'absence ou 
autre, un agent de supervision employé par un conseil peut les exercer 
par arrangement entre le ministère et le conseil. 

(7) Malgré les alinéas 277.21 (1) b) et (4) b) de la Loi, le lieute- 
nant-gouverneur en conseil peut, par règlement concernant la par- 
tie X.2 de la Loi, établir des règles qui s'appliquent si un conseil déta- 
che un enseignant auprès du ministère et répartir les responsabilités 
prévues par cette partie entre le conseil qui détache l'enseignant et le 
ministère. 

(8) Les articles 277.24 à 277.27 et 277.35 à 277.41 de la Loi ne 
s'appliquent pas aux écoles visées au paragraphe ( 1 ). 

(9) Les paragraphes (3) à (8) s'appliquent uniquement dans le 
cadre du paragraphe ( I ). 

3. Le présent règlement entre en vigueur le 1" septembre 2003. 



4/03 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



O. Reg. 2/03 



ONTARIO REGULATION 2/03 

made under the 

ONTARIO NEW HOME WARRANTIES PLAN ACT 

Made: November 28, 2002 
Filed: January 8, 2003 

Amending Reg. 892 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Administration of the Plan) 

Note: Since the end of 2001, Regulation 892 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulation 142/02. Previous amendments are listed 
in the Table of Regulations published in The Ontario Gazette 
dated January 19,2002. 

1. Subsections 6 (1) and (2) of Regulation 892 of the Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990 are revoked and the following sub- 
stituted: 

(1) In the case of a home of a type referred to in clause (a) or (b) of 
the definition of "home" in section 1 of the Act, the maximum amount 
payable to a person out of the guarantee fund in respect of a claim 
under subsection 14 (1) or (2) of the Act is, 

(a) $20,000 in respect of a claim in relation to a purchase agree- 
ment, or a construction contract, entered into before February 
1,2003; or 

(b) $40,000 in respect of a claim in relation to a purchase agree- 
ment, or a construction contract, entered into on or after Febru- 
ary 1, 2003. 

(2) In the case of a home that is a condominium dwelling unit, the 
maximum amount payable to a person out of the guarantee fund in 
respect of a claim under subsection 14 (1) of the Act is $20,000, plus 
the amount of interest that has accrued, until the time of payment, on 
the net principal amount payable out of the guarantee fund in respect 
of the claim. 

(2.1) In subsection (2), 

"net principal amount" means the lesser of, 

(a) $20,000, and 

(b) the amount of deposit paid by the person to a vendor as a credit 
towards the purchase price under the contract on closing minus 
amounts required to be deducted from the deposit amount 
under subsection 14 (6) of the Act. 

2. This Regulation comes Into force on February 1, 2003. 

Ontario New Home Warranty Program: 



Gregory w. Gee 
President and CEO 



Alex J. Natters 
Vice President Finance 



Confirmed by the members in accordance with the Corporations Act 
on November 28, 2002. 

Gregory W. Gee 
President and CEO 



Alex J. Natters 
Vice President Finance 



RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 2/03 
pris en application de la 

LOI SUR LE RÉGIME DE GARANTIES DES 
LOGEMENTS NEUFS DE L'ONTARIO 

pris le 28 novembre 2002 
déposé le 8 janvier 2003 

modifiant le Règl. 892 des R.R.O. de 1990 
(Administration du régime) 

Remarque : Depuis la fin de 2001, le Règlement 892 a été modifié 
par le Règlement de l'Ontario 142/02. Les modifica- 
tions antérieures sont indiquées dans la Table des rè- 
glements publiée dans la Gazette de l'Ontario du 19 
janvier 2002. 

1. Les paragraphes 6 (1) et (2) du Règlement 892 des Règle- 
ments refondus de l'Ontario de 1990 sont abrogés et remplacés 
parce qui suit : 

(1) Dans le cas d'un logement d'un genre visé à l'alinéa a) ou b) 
de la définition de «logement» à l'article 1 de la Loi, le montant 
maximal payable à une personne par prélèvement sur le fonds de 
garantie pour une réclamation présentée en vertu du paragraphe 14(1) 
ou (2) de la Loi est : 

a) de 20 000 $, pour une réclamation relative à une convention 
d'achat ou à un contrat de construction conclus avant le 1" fé- 
vrier 2003; 

b) de 40 000 $, pour une réclamation relative à une convention 
d'achat ou à un contrat de construction conclus le 1" février 
2003 ou par la suite. 

(2) Dans le cas d'un logement qui est une unité condominiale 
d'habitation, le montant maximal payable à une personne par prélè- 
vement sur le fonds de garantie pour une réclamation présentée en 
vertu du paragraphe 14 (1) de la Loi est de 20 000 $, plus le montant 
des intérêts accumulés jusqu'au moment du paiement sur le capital net 
payable par prélèvement sur le fonds de garantie pour la réclamation. 

(2.1) La définition qui suit s'applique au paragraphe (2). 

«capital net» Le moindre des montants suivants : 

a) 20 000$; 

b) le montant du dépôt payé par la persorme à un vendeur à titre 
de crédit à l'égard du prix d'achat prévu au contrat au moment 
de la conclusion moins les montants que le paragraphe 14 (6) 
de la Loi exige de déduire du montant du dépôt. 

2. Le présent règlement entre en vigueur le 1" février 2003. 

Ontario New Home Warranty Program : 

Gregory W. Gee 
Président et chef de la direction 

Alex J. Natters 
Vice-président. Finances 

Ratifié par les membres conformément à la Loi sur les personnes 
morales le 28 novembre 2002. 

Gregory W. Gee 
Président et chef de la direction 

Alex J. Natters 
Vice-président, Finances 

4/03 



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U(N I AKIU KtOULAI lOIN J/OJ 

made under the 
MUNCIPAL ELECTIONS ACT, 1996 

Made: January 8, 2003 
Filed: January 9, 2003 

MUNICIPAL QUESTION — KAWARTHA LAKES 

Mandatory question 

1. The clerk of The Corporation of the City of Kawartha Lakes 
shall submit the following question to the electors of the City at the 
2003 regular election: 






Are you in favour of a return to the previous municipal model 
of government with an upper-tier municipality and 16 lower- 
tier municipalities? 

Yes 



No. 



Chris Hodgson 
Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



ONTARIO REGULATION 4/03 

made under the 

ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

Made: December 11,2002 
Filed: January 9, 2003 



- RECYCLING SPECIALTIES INC. 
LANDFILL SITE 



DESIGNATION 

Definition 

1. In this Regulation, 

"Recycling Specialties Inc. site" means the North Half of Lot 29, 
Concession 10, Township of Smith-Ennismore-Lakefield in the 
County of Peterborough. 

Designation of landfill 

2. Any enterprise or activity of establishing or operating a landfill 
at the Recycling Specialties Inc. site is defined as a major commercial 
business enterprise or activity, and is designated as an undertaking to 
which the Act applies. 

4/03 



Dated on January 8, 2003. 



4/03 



I 



Publications under the Regulations Act 
Publications en vertu de la Loi sur les règlements 



2003—02—01 



ONTARIO REGULATION 5/03 

made under the 

LAND REGISTRATION REFORM ACT 



ONTARIO REGULATION 7/03 

made under the 

LAND REGISTRATION REFORM ACT 



Made: December 12, 2001 
Filed: January 13,2003 

Amending O. Reg. 1 6/99 
(Automated System) 

Note: Since the end of 2001, Ontario Regulation 16/99 has been 
amended by Ontario Regulations 44/02, 111/02, 164/02, 
218/02, 219/02, 272/02, 310/02, 344/02 and 345/02. Previ- 
ous amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations pub- 
lished in The Ontario Gazette dated January 1 9, 2002. 

1. The Table to subsection 3 (1) of Ontario Regulation 16/99 
is amended by adding the following item: 



Column l 


Column 2 


Lanark (No. 27) 


January 13,2003 



Norman W. Sterling 
Minister of Consumer and Business Services 



Made: December 12,2001 
Filed: January 13,2003 

Amending O. Reg. 16/99 
(Automated System) 

Note: Since the end of 2001, Ontario Regulation 16/99 has been 
amended by Ontario Regulations 44/02, 111/02, 164/02, 
218/02, 219/02, 272/02, 310/02, 344/02, 345/02, 5/03 and 
6/03. Previous amendments are listed in the Table of Regu- 
lations published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 
2002. 

1. The Table to subsection 3 (1) of Ontario Regulation 16/99 
is amended by adding the following item: 



Column 1 


Column 2 


Russell (No. 50) 


January 13,2003 



Norman W. Sterling 
Minister of Consumer and Business Services 



Dated on December 12, 2001 . 



5/03 



Dated on December 12, 2001 . 



« 



ONTARIO REGULATION 6/03 

made under the 

LAND REGISTRATION REFORM ACT 

Made: December 1 2, 2001 
Filed: January 13,2003 

Amending O. Reg. 16/99 
(Automated System) 

Note: Since the end of 2001, Ontario Regulation 16/99 has been 
amended by Ontario Regulations 44/02, 111/02, 164/02, 
218/02, 219/02, 272/02, 310/02, 344/02, 345/02 and 5/03. 
Previous amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations 
published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 2002. 

1. The Table to subsection 3 (1) of Ontario Regulation 16/99 
is amended by adding the following item: 



Column 1 


Column 2 


Renfrew (No. 99) 


January 13,2003 



Norman W. Sterling 
Minister of Consumer and Business Services 



Dated on December 12, 2001. 
5/03 



5/03 



ONTARIO REGULATION 8/03 

made under the 
HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: January 16,2003 
Filed: January 17,2003 

LOCAL MUNICIPALITIES WHERE 

80 KILOMETRES PER HOUR 

SPEED LIMIT APPLIES 

Application of 80 km/hr speed limit 

1. The local municipalities listed in the Table are prescribed for 
the purpose of clause 128 (1) (b) of the Act. 

Commencement 

2. This Regulation comes into force on the later of the day it 
is filed and January 1, 2003. 



TABLE 



Addington Highlands 
Adelaide-Metcal fe 
Adjala-Tosorontio 
Admaston/Bromley 
Alberton 



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Alfred and Plantagenet 

Algonquin Highlands 

Alnwick-Haldimand 

Amaranth 

Armour 

Armstrong 

Arran-Elderslie 

Ashfield-Colbome-Wawanosh 

Asphodel-Norwood 

Assiginack 

Athens 

Atikokan 

Augusta 

Baldwin 

Barrie Island 

Bathurst Burgess Sherbrooke 

Bayham 

Beckwith 

Billings 

Black River-Matheson 

Blandford-Blenheim 

Bonfield 

Bonnechere Valley 

Brethour 

Brock 

Brockton 

Brooke-AIvinston 

Brudenell, Lynoch and Raglan 

Burpee and Mills 

Callander 

Calvin 

Carling 

Carlow/Mayo 

Casey 

Cavan-Millbrook-North Monaghan 

Central Elgin 

Central Frontenac 

Central Huron 

Central Manitoulin 

Centre Hastings 

Centre Wellington 

Chamberlain 

Champlain 

Chapleau 

Chappie 

Chatsworth 

Chisholm 

Clearview 

Cockbum Island 

Coleman 

Conmee 

Cramahe 

Dawn-Euphemia 

Dawson 

Dorion 

Douro-Dummer 

Drummond-North Elmsley 

Dubreuilville 

Dutton-Dunwich 

Dymond 

Dysart et al 

Ear Falls 

East Ferris 

East Garafraxa 

East Hawkesbury 

East Luther Grand Valley 

East Zorra-Tavistock 

Edwardsburgh/Cardinal 

Elizabethtown-Kitley 

Emo 

Enniskillen 



Essa 

Evanturel 

Faraday 

Fauquier-Strickland 

Front of Yonge 

Frontenac Islands 

Galway-Cavendish and Harvey 

Gauthier 

Georgian Bay 

Georgian Bluffs 

Gillies 

Gordon 

Greater Madawaska 

Grey Highlands 

Guelph/Eramosa 

Hamilton 

Harley 

Harris 

Hastings Highlands 

Havelock-Belmont-Methuen 

Head, Clara and Maria 

Highlands East 

Hilliard 

Hilton 

Homepayne 

Horton 

Howick 

Hudson 

Huron Shores 

Huron-KJnloss 

Ignace 

James 

Jocelyn 

Johnson 

Joly 

Kerns 

Killaloe, Hagarty and Richards 

Kincardine 

King 

La Vallée 

Laird 

Lake of Bays 

Lake of The Woods 

Lanark Highlands 

Larder Lake 

Laurentian Valley 

Leeds and the Thousand Islands 

Limerick 

Loyalist 

Lucan Biddulph 

Macdonald Meredith et al 

Machar 

Machin 

Madawaska Valley 

Madoc 

Magnetawan 

Malahide 

Manitouwadge 

Mapleton 

Marmora and Lake 

Matachewan 

Mattawan 

Mattice-Val Cote 

McDougall 

McGarry 

McKellar 

McMurrich-Monteith 

McNab-Braeside 

Melancthon 

Michipicoten 

Middlesex Centre 



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Montague 

Moonbeam 

Morley 

Morris-Tumberry 

Mulmur 

Muskoka Lakes 

Nairn and Hyman 

Neebing 

Nipigon 

Nipissing 

North Algona-Wilberforce 

North Dumfries 

North Dundas 

North Frontenac 

North Glengarry 

North Grenville 

North Huron 

North Kawartha 

North Middlesex 

North Stormont 

Northern Bruce Peninsula 

Norwich 

O'Connor 

Oliver Paipoonge 

Opasatika 

Oro-Medonte 

Otonabee-South Monaghan 

Papineau-Cameron 

Pelee 

Perry 

Perth East 

Perth South 

Pickle Lake 

Plummer Additional 

Prince 

Puslinch 

Ramara 

Red Rock 

Rideau Lakes 

Russell 

Ryerson 

Sables-Spanish Rivers 

Schreiber 

Scugog 

Seguin 

Severn 

Shedden 

Shuniah 

Sioux Narrows-Nestor Falls 

Smith-Ennismore-Lakefield 

South Algonquin 

South Bruce 

South Dundas 

South Frontenac 

South Glengarry 

South Stormont 

Southgate 

Southwest Middlesex 

South-West Oxford 

Southwold 

Springwater 

St. Clair 

St. Joseph 

Stiriing-Rawdon 

Stone Mills 

Strathroy-Caradoc 

Strong 

Tarbutt and Taibutt Additional 

Tay 

Tehkummah 



Thames Centre 

The Archipelago 

The Nation 

The North Shore 

Tiny 

Tudor and Cashel 

Tweed 

Tyendinaga 

Uxbridge 

Val Rita-Harty 

Wainfleet 

Warwick 

Wellesley 

Wellington North 

West Elgin 

West Grey 

West Lincoln 

West Perth 

White River 

Whitestone 

Whitewater Region 

Wilmot 

WoUaston 

Woolwich 

Zorra 



Norman W. Sterling 
Minister of Transportation 



Dated on January 16, 2003. 
5/03 



ONTARIO REGULATION 9/03 

made under the 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: January 16,2003 
Filed: January 17,2003 

Amending Reg. 604 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Parking) 

Note: Since the end of 2001, Regulation 604 has been amended 
by Ontario Regulations 293/02 and 294/02. Previous 
amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations pub- 
lished in The Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 2002. 

1. Appendix C to Regulation 604 of the Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 

APPENDIX C 

Schedule 1 

QUEEN ELIZABETH WAY 

1. That part of the King's Highway know^ as the Queen Eliza- 
beth Way. 

Schedule 2 

HIGHWAY NO. 400 

1 . That part of the King's Highway known as No. 400. 



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Schedule 3 
HIGHWAY NO. 401 

. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 401 . 
Schedule 4 
HIGHWAY NO. 402 
. That part of the King's Highway Icnown as No. 402. 
Schedule 5 
HIGHWAY NO. 403 
. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 403. 
Schedule 6 
HIGHWAY NO. 404 
. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 404. 
Schedule 7 
HIGHWAY NO. 405 
. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 405. 
Schedule 8 
HIGHWAY NO. 406 
That part of the King's Highway known as No. 406. 
Schedule 9 
HIGHWAY NO. 407 
That part of the King's Highway known as No. 407. 
Schedule 10 
HIGHWAY NO. 409 
That part of the King's Highway known as No. 409. 
Schedule 11 
HIGHWAY NO. 410 
That part of the King's Highway known as No. 410. 
Schedule 12 
HIGHWAY NO. 416 
That part of the King's Highway known as No. 416. 
Schedule 13 
HIGHWAY NO. 417 
That part of the King's Highway known as No. 417. 
Schedule 14 
HIGHWAY NO. 420 
That part of the King's Highway known as No. 420. 



Schedule 15 
HIGHWAY NO. 427 

1 . That part of the King's Highway known as No. 427. 

Schedule 16 

HIGHWAY NO. 3 

1. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 3 in the City 
of St. Thomas and the Township of Yarmouth in the County of 
Elgin lying between a point situated at its intersection with the 
roadway known as Wellington Road (County Road 25) and a point 
situate at its intersection with the roadway known as Centennial 
Avenue. 

Norman W. Sterling 
Minister of Transportation 



Dated on January 16, 2003. 
5/03 



ONTARIO REGULATION 10/03 

made under the 
RETAIL SALES TAX ACT 

Made: January 10,2003 
Filed: January 17,2003 

REBATE FOR ENERGY-EFFICIENT 
APPLIANCES 

Household appliances 

1. The following household appliances are prescribed by the 
Minister for the purposes of the definition of "appliance" in subsec- 
tion 9.1 (1) of the Act: 

1. Freezers. 

Commencement 

2. This Regulation comes into force on January 1, 2003. 

Janet Ecker 
Minister of Finance 



Dated on January 10, 2003. 
5/03 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 11/03 

made under the 
HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: January 1 7, 2003 
Filed: January 20, 2003 

Amending Reg. 621 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Speed Limits in Territory Without Municipal Organization) 

Note: Regulation 621 has previously been amended. Those 
amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations pub- 
lished in The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

1. Regulation 621 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1990 is amended by adding the following Schedules: 

Schedule 1 

1 . That part of the highway known as Kam Current Road in the 
unorganized Township of Gorham in the Territorial District of 
Thunder Bay beginning at a point situate at its intersection with the 
King's Highway known as No. 589 and extending westerly a dis- 
tance of 650 metres. 

2. Sixty kilometres per hour. 

Schedule 2 

1 . That part of the highway known as Havilland Shores Drive in 
the Township of Havilland in the Territorial District of Algoma 
begirming at a point situate at its intersection with the old highway 
17 also known as Havilland Shores Drive and extending westerly a 
distance of 19. 1 kilometres. 



Schedule 14 



Norman W. Sterling 
Minister of Transportation 



2. Fifty kilometres per hour. 



Dated on January 17, 2003. 



6/03 



ONTARIO REGULATION 12/03 

made under the 
HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: January 16, 2003 
Filed: January 20, 2003 

Amending Reg. 631 of R.R.O. 1990 

(Yield Right-of-Way Signs in Territory Without 

Municipal Organization) 

Note: Regulation 631 has previously been amended. Those 
amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations pub- 
lished in The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

1. Regulation 631 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1990 is amended by adding the following Schedule: 



1 . The highway known as Grand Truck Road in the unorganized 
Township of Dawson Road Lots in the Territorial District of Thun- 
der Bay at its intersection with the roadway known as Finmark 
Road. 



2. Eastbound on Grand Trunk Road. 



NOR^4AN W. STERLING 
Minister of Transportation 



Dated on January 16, 2003. 
6/03 



ONTARIO REGULATION 13/03 

made under the 

PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS ACT 

Made: March 27, 2002 

Approved: January 20, 2003 

Filed: January 22, 2003 

Amending Reg. 941 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Regulation 941 has previously been amended. Those 
amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations pub- 
lished in The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

1. (1) The definition of "executive director" in section 1 of 
Regulation 941 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is 
revoked. 

(2) The definition of "practitioner" in section 1 of the Regu- 
lation is amended by striking out "a limited licence" and substi- 
tuting "a provisional licence, a limited licence". 

2. (1) Clause 12 (4) (a) of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "executive director" and substituting "Registrar". 

(2) Clause 12 (4) (b) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out "executive director" and substituting "Registrar". 

3. (1) Clause 13 (8) (a) of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "executive director" and substituting "Registrar". 

(2) Clause 13 (8) (b) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out "executive director" and substituting "Registrar". 

4. Clause 14 (3) (a) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out "executive director" and substituting "Registrar". 

5. Section 17 of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"executive director" and substituting "Registrar". 

6. Section 18 of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"executive director" and substituting "Registrar". 



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7. Subsection 19 (I) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out "executive director" and substituting "Registrar". 

8. Clause 21 (f) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"executive director" and substituting "Registrar". 

9. Subsection 23 (1) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out "executive director" and substituting "Registrar". 

10. Clause 29 (d) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out "executive director" and substituting "Registrar". 

11. Section 33 of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following subsection: 

(2) Experience acquired outside Canada satisfies the require- 
ments of paragraph 4 of subsection (1) if, 

(a) it is obtained while the applicant is, 

(i) employed by an employer whose head ofTtce is located in 
Canada, and 

(ii) supervised by one or more persons who are legally 
authorized to engage in the practice of professional 
engineering in a Canadian jurisdiction; and 

(b) in the Council's opinion, the experience provides the appli- 
cant with, 

(i) the necessary practical skill for the practice of profes- 
sional engineering, and 

(ii) sufficient familiarity with the applicable Canadian codes, 
regulations and standards for the practice of professional 
engineering. 

12. The Regulation is amended by adding the following sec- 
tion: 

44.1 (1) The Registrar may grant a provisional licence to an 
applicant who complies with the requirements of paragraphs 1, 2, 3 
and 5 of subsection 33 (1). 

(2) The following conditions apply to every provisional licence: 

1. The provisional licence is valid for 12 months from the date 
of issue. It may be renewed once for up to 12 months if the 
Registrar is of the opinion that renewal is necessary to enable 
the applicant to acquire the experience required by paragraph 
4 of subsection 33 (1). 

2. The holder of the provisional licence is entitled to practise 
professional engineering only under the supervision of a pro- 
fessional engineer, and shall not issue a final drawing, speci- 
fication, plan, report or other document unless the supervis- 
ing professional engineer also signs and dates it and affixes 
his or her seal to it. 

13. Section 45 of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

45. The following conditions apply to every limited licence: 

1. The practice of professional engineering by the holder of the 
limited licence must be limited to the services specified in the 
limited licence. 

2. When the holder of the limited licence ceases to provide the 
services specified in the limited licence, the holder must 
notify the Registrar and return to the Registrar the limited 
licence and the seal issued to the holder. 

14. Paragraphs 6 and 7 of section 46 of the Regulation are 
revoked and the following substituted: 



6. A holder of a limited licence who returns the limited licence '■ 
and related seal to the Registrar and afterwards proposes to 
resume providing the services specified in the limited licence 
is entitled to be issued a new limited licence and related seal 
limited to the services specified in the previous limited 
licence. J 

15. (1) Subsection 52 (1) of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "and" at the end of clause (a), by adding "and" at 
the end of clause (b) and by adding the following clause: 

(c) the licence number. 

(2) Section 52 of the Regulation is amended by adding the . 
following subsections: ' 

(I. I) If a Member's seal was issued before the day subsections 
11 (1) to (65) of Schedule B to the Government Efficiency Act, 2001 
come into force, clause (1) (c) does not apply. 



(3.1) Every holder of a provisional licence shall have a seal of a 
design approved by the Council, the impression of which shall ^ 
include, | 

(a) the surname and initials of the holder of the provisional 
licence; 

(b) the words "Provisional Licensee" and "Association of Pro- ^ 
fessional Engineers of Ontario"; 

(c) the provisional licence number; 

(d) the date of expiry; and 

(e) a statement that the holder is entided to practise professional 
engineering only under the supervision of a professional 
engineer, and shall not issue a final drawing, specification, 
plan, report or other document unless the supervising 
professional engineer also signs and dates it and affixes his or 
her seal to it. 

(3) Subsection 52 (4) of the Regulation is amended by adding 
"and" at the end of clause (d) and by revoking clause (e). 

16. Section S3 of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"or limited licence" and substituting "provisional licence or 
limited licence". 

17. Section 54 of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"limited licence" and substituting "provisional licence, limited 
licence". 

18. Section 55 of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"limited licence" wherever it occurs and substituting in each 
case "provisional licence, limited licence". 

19. Clause 72 (2) (k) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out "limited licence" and substituting "provisional licence, lim- 
ited licence". 

20. Section 75 of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"a limited licence" and substituting "a provisional licence, a 
limited licence". 

21. Subparagraph 2 iv of section 77 of the Regulation is 
amended by striking out "limited licence" and substituting 
"provisional licence, limited licence". 

22. The Regulation is amended by adding the following sec- 
tion: 

82.1 The registration fee for an applicant for registration as a 
holder of a provisional licence is $175. 



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23. This Regulation comes into force on the day subsections 
II (1) to (65) of Schedule B to the Government Efficiency Act, 
2001 come into force. 

Council of the association of 
Professional engineers of Ontario: 



G. G. M. Sterling 
President 

R. F. Barker 
Registrar 



Dated on March 27, 2002. 
6/03 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 14/03 

made under the 

ELECTRICITY ACT, 1998 

Made: February 3, 2003 
Filed: February 5, 2003 

Amending O. Reg. 160/99 
(Definitions and Exemptions) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 160/99 has previously been 
amended. Those amendments are listed in the 
Table of Regulations published in The Ontario 
Gazette dated January 1 8, 2003. 

1. Section 2.2.1 of Ontario Regulation 160/99 is 
amended by striking out "Section 26 of the Act does 
not apply" at the beginning and substituting "Sections 
26 and 28 of the Act do not apply". 

8/03 



(b) 



ONTARIO REGULATION 15/03 

made under the 

ONTARIO ENERGY BOARD ACT, 1998 

Made: February 3, 2003 
Filed: February 5, 2003 

Amending O. Reg. 161/99 
(Definitions and Exemptions) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 161/99 has previously been 
amended. Those amendments are listed in the 
Table of Regulations published in The Ontario 
Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

1. Section 4.0.1 Ontario Regulation 161/99 is 
^amended by striking out "sections 71, 78, 80 and 86 of 
'the Act" in the portion before clause (a) and substitut- 
ing "sections 71, 72, 78, 80 and 86 of the Act". 

2. Section 4.1 of the Regulation is amended by add- 
ring the following subsection: 



if. 



(3) Clause 57 (d) of the Act does not apply to a retailer 

(a) the only electricity retailed by the retailer was gen- 
erated by the retailer or was purchased by or on 
behalf of the retailer; 



(c) 



the retailer retails electricity at a price that is no 
greater than all the reasonable costs associated with 
generating it or purchasing it; and 

the retailer is also a distributor that owned or oper- 
ated a distribution system as of January 1, 2002, 
and that meets all the conditions set out in clause 
4.0.1 (c). 
3. The Regulation is amended by adding the follow- 
ing section: 

6.0.3 Section 81 of the Act does not apply to a genera- 
tor or affiliate of a generator that acquires an interest in a 
transmission system in Ontario or constructs a transmis- 
sion system in Ontario if, 

(a) none of the lines in the transmission system are 
more than two kilometres in length; and 

(b) the generator transmits electricity only for, 

(i) the purpose of conveying electricity generated 
by the generator into the IMO-controUed grid, 
or 

(ii) the purpose of transmitting electricity during, 

(A) planned outages as defined in the mar- 
ket rules that have been approved by the 
IMO in accordance with the market 
rules, 

(B) forced outages as defined in the market 
rules, or 

(C) emergencies as defined in the market 
rules. 

8/03 



ONTARIO REGULATION 16/03 

made under the 

SECURITIES ACT 

Made: November 13, 2002 

Approved: January 10, 2003 

Filed: February 5, 2003 

Amending Reg. 1015 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Regulation 1015 has previously been amended. 
Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regu- 
lations published in The Ontario Gazette dated 
January 18,2003. 

1. The heading before section 129 and section 129 of 
Regulation 1015 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is revoked. 



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2. Section 135 of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

135. Upon receipt and review of a notice to tiie Direc- 
tor under Multilateral Instrument 33-109 Registration 
Information, the Director may require an application for 
amendment of registration prepared in accordance with 
Form 7. 

3. Section 136 of the Regulation is revoked. 

4. (1) Clauses 5 (1) (a) and (b) and the portion of 
subsection 5 (2) before clause (a) of Schedule 1 to the 
Regulation are amended by striking out "Form 4 (or a 
letter in lieu thereof)" wherever it appears and substi- 
tuting in each case "Form 33-109F2 or 33-109F4 
(made under Multilateral Instrument 33-109 Registra- 
tion Information)". 

(2) Clause 5 (2) (a) of Schedule 1 to the Regulation 
is revoked and the following substituted: 

(a) filed as part of an application in Form 3; or 

(3) Clause 6 (c) of Schedule 1 to the Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted: 

(c) $375 for each individual who is a representative, 
partner or officer of the applicant, other than a 
partner or officer who is not resident in Ontario and 
is not registered to advise in Ontario. 

(4) Section 7 of Schedule 1 to the Regulation is 
amended by striking out the portion before clause (b) 
and substituting the following: 

7. An application for registration as a representative, 
partner or officer of an adviser in Form 33-109F2 or 
33-109F4 (made under Multilateral Instrument 33-109 
Registration Information) shall be accompanied by a fee 
of $375 unless it is, 

(a) filed as part of an application in Form 3; or 

(5) Subsection 9 (1) of Schedule 1 to the Regulation 
is revoked. 

(6) Subsection 9 (2) of Schedule 1 to the Regulation 
is amended by striking out "within thirty days after 
the applicant's anniversary date" and substituting "on 
or before December 31 in each year". 

(7) Clauses 9 (3) (a), (b) and (c) of Schedule 1 to the 
Regulation are revoked and the following substituted: 



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(a) the number of branch and sub-branch offices on 
December 3 1 of the current year, as shown in the 
records of the Commission; 

(b) the salespersons, representatives, partners and offi- 
cers on December 3 1 of the current year, as shown 
in the records of the Commission; and 

(c) the information contained in the audited consoli- 
dated financial statements or Financial Question- 
naire and Report filed most recently prior to 
December 3 1 of the curtent year. 

(8) Section 12 of Schedule 1 to the Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted: 

12. (1 ) A notice submitted by a dealer or adviser under 
Multilateral Instrument 33-109 shall be accompanied by a 
fee of $125 for each of the following changes: 

1 . A change in the address for service of the dealer or 
adviser. 

2. A change in the head office address of the dealer or 
adviser. 

3. A change in the name of the dealer or adviser. 

4. A change in a category of registration of the dealer 
or adviser. 

5. A change in the auditor of the dealer or adviser. 

6. A change in the financial year end of the dealer or 
adviser. 

7. A change in the officers, directors or partners of 
the dealer or adviser. 

8. A change in the holders of the voting securities of 
the dealer or adviser. 

9. The opening of a business location, other than a 
new head office, and any change to business loca- 
tion information submitted on Form 33-109F3 
(made under Multilateral Instrument 33-109 Regis- 
tration Information). 

(2) Upon an amalgamation or merger of two or more 
registrants, the successor registrant shall pay a fee of $125 
in respect of each change referred to in subsection (I) that 
occurs to each predecessor registrant as a result of the 
amalgamation or merger. 

5. Form 3 of the Regulation is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted: 



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form J 

Securities Act 

APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATION AS DEALER, 
ADVISOR OR UNDERWRITER 



NOTE: Should any space be insufficient for your answers, a statement may be attached and marked as an exhibit cross-referencing each 
statement to the item to which It pertains provided it is initialled by the applicant and the Commissioner taking the affidavit. 

Application is made for registration under tfie Securities Act 
(NOTE: Refer to sections 98 and 99 of the Regulatioo lo eonfimi 
Oie appropriate category of registratian.) 

in the category of 



(a) 
<b) 



(0 



Name of Applicant 



Head Office Business Address 



Telephone Numljer 



Postal Code 



Address for service in Ontario 



Telephone Numt>er 



Postal Code 



2. The applicant maintains accounts at the following bank(s): (Suie bank ans branchM nough «(kk bu«in«» » tnntactcd) 



3. Is applicant applying for registration of any branch offices? 
If so, state addresses 



INSTRUCTION: Answer 'Yes' or 'No' to the following questions, if 'Yes', give particulars 



Has the applicant, or to the t}est of the applicant's informatnn anti belief, has any affiliate of the applicant, 



(a) been registered in any capacity under any Securities Act of Ontario? 



(b) 



applied for registration, in any capaci^^. under any Securities Act of Ontario? 



5. Is the applicant or to the best of the applicanrs infonnation and t>elief. is any affiliate of the applicant, now. or has any such person 
or company been. 



<a) 



(b) 



(c) 



registered or licensed in any capacity in any other province, state or country which requires registration or licensing to deal or 
trade in securities? 



registered or licensed in any other capacity in Ontario or any other province, state or country under any legislatkm which 
requires registration or licensing to deal with the public in any capacity? (e.g., as an insurance agent, real estate agent, used 
car dealer, mortgage broker, etc.) 



refused registration or a licence mentioned in 5(a) or (b) above or has any registration or licence been suspended or cancelled 
in any category mentioned in 5(a) or (b) above? 



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(d) 



denied the benefit of any exemption from registration provided by any Securities Act of Ontario, or similar exemption provided 
by securities acts or regulations of any other province, state or country? 



6. Is Uie applicant, or to the best of the applicant's information and belief is any affiliate of the applicant, now, or has any such person 
or company been, 



(3) 



(b) 



(c) 



a member of any Stocl< Exchange. Association of Investment Dealers, Investment Bankers, Brokers. Broker-Dealers, or 
similar organizatK>n. in any province, state or country? 



refused membership in any Stock Exchange, Association of Investment Dealers, Investment Bankers, Brokers, Broker- 
Dealers, or similar organization, in any province, state or country? 



suspended as a member of any Stock Exchange, Association of Investment Dealers, Investment Bankers, Brokers, Broker- 
Dealers, or similar organization, in any province, state or country? 



7. Has the applicant, or to the best of the applicant's informatkin and belief, has any afTiliate of the applicant, operated under, or 
carried on business under, any name other than the name shown in this application? 



8. Has the applicant, or to the best of »ie applicant's information and belief, has any affiliate of the applicant. 



(a) ever Ijeen convicted under the law of any province, slate or country, excepting minor traffic violations? 



Is there currently an outstanding charge or indictment against 6\e applicant or afTiliate? 



INSTRUCTION: QuMtJon 8(a) rafcn to ai) law*, «.g.. Criminal. Immigration, Customs, Liquor. *tc of any provlnca, staM or country In any part of lh« 

«nxM. You art not rtqulrad to disclosa any convictians «or «ittich a pardon has ba«n grantad undtr Hw Criminal Racords Act (Canada), 
and wtiJch pardon has not iMwn ravotwd. 



(b) 



<c) 



(d) 



ever tieen the defendant or respondent in any proceedings in any civil court in any jurisdiction in any part of the world viiherein 
fraud was alleged? 



at any time declared bankruptcy, or made a voluntary assignment in bankruptcy? (If 'Yes", give particulars and also attach i 
certified copy of discharge.) 



ever been refused a fidelity bond? 



9. Set out in the space provkied, tJie name of the applicant, or the name of and position held by each officer or partner of the applicant 
seekirjg or holding registration. 



NOTE: an underwriter may not trade with the public. (To 



Names of persons who will act 
(In additior^ to last name, give 
full first and middle names) 



provide more information, please submit an attachment) 



Office HeM 



Names of persons who will act 
(In addition to last name, give 
fuB first and middle tiamesi 



Office Held 



5, 



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10. A 
(a) 

(1) 

(2) 
(3) 

(b) 

«:) 

W) 
<e) 
(0 


Capitalization of Company: 

Ottier than a Security Issuer, complete t>elow or attach marked as an exhibit to the application a statement containing tlie 
infonnation called for tielovv, to provide information witti respect to the financial structure and control of the applicant company. 


The authorized and issued capital of the company, stating: 


autlvxized capital 

issued 

total dollar value 
of other securities: 
(i) Bonds 

(ii) Debentures 

(lii) Any other loans, stale 
source and maturity dates 

TOTAL» 


Preferred Shares 

fStale number of shares and dollar value) 

Stwres 

i 


Common Shares 

(Stale number of shares and dollar value) 

Shares 

S 
























The names, addresses and usual place of residence of registered, and direct and indirect, l)eneficial owners of each class of 
security or obligation issued, and it a trust is the beneficial owner, the names, addresses and usual place of residence of each 
person or company having a beneficial interest in the trust, and the nature and extent of the holdings and percentage of 
interest attributable to each security holder, lerxler or cesfof que trust (beneficiary). 


State name and address of every depository holding any of the assets of the company 


INSTRUCTION: Answer -yes' or -No* to the following question*. If 'Yes', give particulars 


Has any p>erson or company undertaken to act as a guarantor in relation to the financial or other undertakings of the 
applicant? 


Has a subordination agreement been executed by the creditor(s) in relation to kjans owing by ttie applicant? 


Is there any person or company whose name is not disckjsed in the statement called for by (b) above who has any direct or 
indirect interest in the applicant, either beneficially or olhenwisc? 


B 

(a) 
(b) 

(c) 


Capitalization of a Partnership or Proprietorship 

Attach, mar1(ed as an exhibit to the application, a statement containing the Information called for bekm with respect to the 
assets of the partnership or proprietorship, and demonstrate therein the degree of control (voting power) of each of the 
participants in the applicant. 


Amount of paid-in capital $ 


Description of the assets 


State name and address of every depository holding any of the assets: 



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(d) 



Source, amount and maturity date of any obligations owing by the partnership, if any: 
(Where applicable, give names and addresses of creditors). 



INSTRUCTION: Answer -yes" or "No" to the following questions. If "Yes", give particulars 



(e) 



(0 



(g) 



Has any person or company undertaken to act as guarantor in relation to the financial or other undertakings of 
applicant? 



i-las a subordination agreement been executed by the creditor(s) in relation to loans owing by the applicant? 



Is there any person or company whose name is not disclosed above who has any interest in the applicant, either beneficially or 
otherwise? 



DATED at 

this day of 20_ 



{Name of applicant) 



By 



{Signature of applicant, partner or officer) 



{Official capacity) 



Province of Ontario 
of 



AFFIDAVIT 
In the matter of the Securities Act 



of the 



{Name in full) 



To Wit: ) in the County of 
MAKE OATH AND SAY: 

1 . I am the applicant (or a partner or ofTicer of the applicant) herein for registration and I signed the application. 

2. The statements of fact made in the application are true. 

SWORN before me at the 



in the of 

this day of . 



20 



{Signature of Deponent) 



[A Commissioner, etc.) 

It is an offence under the Securities Act to file an ipplicalion containing a statement that, at the time and in light of the circumsUnces in which it is 
made. Is a misrepresentation. 



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Attachment Page 

(Please Include the Question Number you are Answering) 



6. Form 4 of the Regulation is revoked. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



O. Reg. 17/03 



7. This Regulation comes into force on the day that 
the rule made by the Ontario Securities Commission 
on November 12, 2002 entitled "Multilateral Instru- 
ment 33-109 Registration Information" comes into 
force. 

Ontario Securities Commission: 



Howard Wetston 
Vice Chair 

David A. Brown 
Chair 



Dated on November 13, 2002. 

Note: The rule made by the Ontario Securities 
Commission on November 12, 2002 entitled "Multi- 
lateral Instrument 33-109 Registration Information'" 
comes into force on February 21, 2003. 

8/03 



ONTARIO REGULATION 17/03 

made under the 

COMMODITY FUTURES ACT 

Made: November 13, 2002 

Approved: January 10, 2003 

Filed: February 5, 2003 



(2) Subsection 3 (2) of Schedule 1 to the Regulation 
is amended by striking out "Form 7 (or a letter in lieu 
thereof)" and substituting "Form 33-506F4 (made 
under Ontario Securities Commission Rule 33-506 
{Commodity Futures Act) Registration Information)". 

(3) Subsection 4 (1) of Schedule 1 to the Regulation 
is amended by striking out "Form 7 (or a letter in lieu 
thereof)" and substituting "Form 33-506F2 or 
33-506F4 (made under Ontario Securities Commission 
Rule 33-506 (Commodity Futures Act) Registration 
Information)". 

(4) Subsection 4 (2) of Schedule 1 to the Regulation 
is amended by striking out the portion before clause 
(b) and substituting the following: 

(2) No fee is payable under subsection (1) if the appli- 
cation in Form 33-506F2 or 33-506F4 (made under 
Ontario Securities Commission Rule 33-506 (Commodity 
Futures Act) Registration Information) is, 

(a) filed as part of an application in Form 5; or j 



(5) Subsection 6 (1) of Schedule 1 to the Regulation 
is amended by striking out the portion before clause 
(b) and substituting the following: 

(1) Subject to subsection (2), an application for regis- 
tration as a representative, partner or officer of an adviser 
in Form 33-506F2 or 33-506F4 (made under Ontario 
Securities Commission Rule 33-506 (Commodity Futures 
Act) Registration Information) shall be accompanied by a 
fee of, 

(a) $125, if the applicant is registered or applying to be 
registered under the Securities Act as a representa- 
tive, partner or officer of the advisor; or 



Amending Reg. 90 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Regulation 90 has previously been amended. 
Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regu- 
lations published in The Ontario Gazette dated 
January 18,2003. 

1. The heading before section 39 and section 39 of 
Regulation 90 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1990 are revoked. 

2. Section 43 of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

43. Upon receipt and review of a notice to the Director 
under Ontario Securities Commission Rule 33-506 
(Commodity Futures Act) Registration Information, the 
Director may require an application for amendment of 
registration prepared in accordance with Form 12 or 13. 

3. (1) Subsection 3 (1) of Schedule 1 to the Regula- 
tion is amended by striking out "Form 7 (or a letter in 
lieu thereof)" and substituting "Form 33-506F2 or 
33-506F4 (made under Ontario Securities Commission 
Rule 33-506 (Commodity Futures Act) Registration 
Information)". 



(6) Subsection 6 (2) of Schedule 1 to the Regulation 
is amended by striking out the portion before clause 
(b) and substituting the following: 

(2) No fee is payable under subsection (1) if the appli- 
cation in Form 33-506F2 or 33-506F4 (made under 
Ontario Securities Commission Rule 33-506 (Commodity 
Futures Act) Registration Information) is, 

(a) filed as part of an application in Form 5; or 



(7) Subsections 8 (1), (2) and (3) of Schedule 1 to the 
Regulation are revoked and the following substituted: 

(1) An applicant for renewal of registration as a dealer 
or adviser shall pay the fee calculated under section 2 or 
5, as applicable, on or before December 3 1 in each year. 

(2) The calculation under section 2 or 5 of the fee pay- 
able by an applicant for renewal of registration shall be 
based on, 

(a) the number of branch and sub-branch offices on 
December 3 1 of the current year, as shown in the 
records of the Commission; 



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(b) the representatives, floor traders, salespersons, 
partners and officers on December 3 1 of the current 
year, as shown in the records of the Commission; 
and 

(c) the information contained in the audited consoli- 
dated financial statements or Joint Regulatory 
Financial Questionnaire and Report filed most 
recently before December 3 1 of the current year. 

(8) Sections 13, 14 and 15 of Schedule 1 to the Regu- 
lation are revoked and the following substituted: 

13. A notice submitted by a dealer or adviser under 
Rule 33-506 (Commodity Futures Act) Registration 
Information shall be accompanied by a fee of $125 for 
each of the following changes: 

1 . A change in the address for service of the dealer or 
adviser. 

2. A change in the head office address of the dealer or 
adviser. 

3. A change in the name of the dealer or adviser. 

4. A change in a category of registration of the dealer 
or adviser. 



5. A change in the auditor of the dealer or adviser. 

6. A change in the financial year end of the dealer or 
adviser. 

7. A change in the officers, directors or partners of 
the dealer or adviser. 

8. A change in the holders of the voting securities of 
the dealer or adviser. 

9. The opening of a business location, other than a 
new head office, and any change to business loca- 
tion information submitted on Form 33-506F3 
(made under Ontario Securities Commission Rule 
33-506 (Commodity Futures Act) Registration 
Information). 

14. Upon an amalgamation or merger of two or more 
registrants, the successor registrant shall pay a fee of $125 
in respect of each change referred to in section 1 3 that 
occurs to each predecessor registrant as a result of the 
amalgamation or merger. 

4. Form 5 of the Regulation is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted: 



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584 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO O. Reg. 1 7/03 

Form 5 

Commodity Futures Act 

APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATION AS FUTURES 

COMMISSION MERCHANT INTRODUCING 

BROKER OR ADVISOR 



Note: Should any space the insufficient for your answers, a statement may t5€ attached and marked as an exhibit cross - 
referencing each statement to the item to which it pertains provided it is initialled by the applicant and the Commissioner taking the 
affidavit. 

APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATION AS FUTURES COMMISSION MERCHANT INTRODUCINC BROKER OR ADVISER 

Application is made for registration under the Commodity Futures Act. as 



in the category of (See categories 

set out at section 8 of the regulations under the Commodity Futures Act.) 

The following statements of fact are made in respect thereof; 

1. (a) Name of Applicant 

(b) Head Office Business Address {including postal code) 

Telephone No 

(c) Address for service in Ontario 



(d) Name of non-resident carrying broker or re^stered futures commission merchant that trades in contra<âs for customers (to 
be answered by introducing brokers) 



2. The applicant maintains accounts at the foUovnng b3nk{s); 

(state bank and branches through which business Is tr»)sacted) 



3. Is applicant applying for registration of any branch offices?. . 
If so. state addresses (including postal code) 



Instructions: Answer 'Yes" or "No* to the following qucsttons. If "Yes" give particulars. 
4. Has the applicant, or to the best of the applicant's information and belief has any affiliate of the applicant. 
(a) been registered in any capacity under the Commodity Futures Act of Ontario? 



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(b) applied for registration in any capacity, under the Commodity Futures Act of Ontario?. . 



5. Is the applicant, or to the best of the applicant's information and belief is any affiliate of the ^plicant, now, or has any such 
person or company been. 

(a) registered or licensed in any capacity in any other province, state or country which required registration or licensing to 
trade in commodity futures contracts or commodity futures options? 



(b) registered or licensed in any other capacity in Ontario or any other province, state or country under any legislation which 
requires registration or licensing to deal with the puliiic in any capacity? (e.g. as a securities dealer, insurance agent, real 
estate agent, used car dealer, nHKtgage broker, etc.) 



(c) refused registration or a licenced mentioned in 5 (a) or (b) above or has any registration or licence been suspended or 
cancelled in any category mentioned in 5 (a) or (b) alxjve? 



6. Is the applicant, or to the best of the ^jpBcanTs Information and bdief is any affiliate of the applicant, now. or has any such 
person or company been. 

(a) a member of aiy commodity futures exchange, clearing house of a commodity futures exchange, associatfen of 
commodity futures dealers or sirrviar org<nization in any province, state or country? 



(b) refused membership in any commodity futures exchange, clearing house of a commodity futures exchange, associated of 
commodity futures dealers or similar organization, in any province, state or country? 



(c) suspended as a member of any comnwdty futires exchange, clearing house of a conwnodity futures exchaige, 
association of commodity futures dealers or similar organization, in any province, state or country? 



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O. Reg. 17/03 



7. Has the applicant, or to the t>est of the applicant's Information and Iselief has any affiliate of the applicant, operated under, or 
carried on business under, any name other than the name shown in this application? 



8. Has the applicant, or to the best of the applicant's information and belief has any affiliate of the applicant, ever been. 

(a) convicted or presently have outstanding a charge or indictment under the law of any province, state or country, except minor 
traffic violations? 



Instruction; Question 8 (a) refers to all laws, e.g. Criminal. Immigration, Customs, Liquor, etc., of any province, state or country in 
any part of the world. 

(b) the defendant or respondent in any proceeding in any civil court in any jurisdiction in any part of the world wherein fraud was 
alleged? 

(c) at any time declared t)ankrupt or made a voluntary assignment in bar^kruptcy? (If "Yes", give particulars and also attach a 
certified copy of discharge) 



(d) refused a fidelity bond?. 



9. Attach and mark as an exhibit properly identified a statement setting out the name in full of, and position held liy, the applicant or 
each partner, officer or director of the applicant, and provide for each such person a completed Form 33-506F4. 

10. (A) CAPITALIZATION OF A COMPANY 

Complete below or attach marked as an exhibit to the application a statement containing the information called for below, to 
provide information with respect to the financial structure and control of the applicant company: 

(a) The authorized and issued capital of the company, stating: 



Preferred Shares 


Common Shares 


(State number of 


(State number of 


shares and 


shares and 


doltar value) 


dollar value) 


Shares 


Shares 


$ 


$ 



( 1 ) authorized capital 



(2) issued 



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(3) total dollar value of other securities: 

(i) Bonds 

(ii) Debentures 

(iii) Notes 

(iv) Any other loans, stale source and maturity 
dates 



S 



TOTAL S 



(b) The names, addresses and usual place of residence of registered, and direct, and indirect, beneficial owners of each class 
of security or obligation issued. arKJ. if a trust is the beneficial owner, the nanws. addresses, and usual place of residence of 
each person or company having a beneficial interest in the trust, and the nature and extent of the holdings and |>ercentage of 
interest attributable to each security holder, lerxler or beneficiary. 

(c) State rwme and address of every depository holding any of the assets of the company: Instruction: Answer "Yes" or "No" to 
the following questions. If "Yes" give particulars. 

(d) Has any person or company undertaken to act as a guarantor in relation to the financial or other undertakings of applicant? 



(e) Has a subrogation been executed by the creditor(s) in relation to loans owing by the ap>plicanl? 



(f) Is there any person or company whose name is r»l disclosed in the statement called for by (b) above who has any direct or 
indirect interest in the applicant, either beneficially or otherwise? 



B - CAPITALIZATION OF A PARTNERSHIP OR PROPRIETORSHIP; 

Attach, marked as an exhibit to the application, a statement containing the information called for below with respect to the assets of the 
partnership or proprietorship, arvj demonstrate therein the degree of control (voting power) of each of the participants in ttie application. 

(i) Amount of pad-in capital % 

(H) Desaiption of the assets: 

(ttt) State name and address of every depository holding any of the assets: 

(iv) Source, amount arx] maturity date of any ot>ligation5 owing by the partnership, if any: 



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O.Reg. 17/03 



(Where applicable, give names and addresses of creditors) 
Instruction: Answer "Yes" or "No" to the following questions. If "Yes" give particulars. 

(v) Has any person or company undertaken to act as a guarantor in relation to the financial or other undertakings of applicant? 



(vi) Has a suljrogation been executed by the creditor(s) in relation to loans ownng by the applicant? . 



(vii) Is there any person or company whose name Is not disclosed above who has any Interest In the applicant, either 
beneficially or otherwise? 



Dated at . 



this. 



. day of 19.. 



(name of applicant) 



By. 



(signature of applicant, partner or officer) 



IN THE MATTER OF THE Comwodily Fubxes Act 
Province of Ontario 



.of.. 



AFFIDAVIT 



of the. 



(ofTidal capacity) 



(r«ame in full) 



) 

TO WIT: ) in the Country of . 



MAKE OATH AND SAY: 
1 . 1 am the applicant (or a partner or crfftcer of the applicant) herein for registration and t signed the application. 

2. The statements of fact made in the application are true. 
Sworn tjefore me at the 



in the of 

this day of. 

(A Commissioner, etc.) 



.19.. 



(signature of deponent) 



5. Forms 7 and 8 of the Regulation are revoked. 



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6. This Regulation comes into force on the day that 
the rule made by the Ontario Securities Commission 
on November 12, 2002 entitled "Ontario Securities 
Commission Rule 33-506 {Commodity Futures Act) 
Registration Information" comes into force. 

Ontario Securities Commission: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 19/03 

made under the 

COURTS OF JUSTICE ACT 

Made: October 17,2002 

Approved: February 3, 2003 

Filed: February 5, 2003 



Howard Wetston 
Vice Chair 



David A. Brown 
Chair 



Dated on November 13, 2002. 

Note: The rule made by the Ontario Securities Com- 
mission on November 12, 2002 entitled "Ontario 
Securities Commission Rule 33-506 {Commodity 
Futures Act) Registration Information" comes into 
force on February 21, 2003. 

8/03 



Note: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 18/03 

made under the 

HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

Made: February 3, 2003 
Filed: February 5, 2003 

Amending Reg. 552 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Regulation 552 has previously been amended. 
Those amendinents are listed in the Table of Regu- 
lations published in The Ontario Gazette dated 
January 18,2003. 



1. The definition of "schedule of benefits" in subsec- 
tion 1 (1) of Regulation 552 of the Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1990 is amended by adding the following 
paragraph: 

4. Amendments dated February 1, 2003. 

2. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come 
into force on February 1, 2003. 

8/03 



Amending Reg. 194 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Rules of Civil Procedure) 

Note: Regulation 194 has previously been amended. 
Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regu- 
lations published in The Ontario Gazette dated 
January 18,2003. 

1. (1) Subrule 4.07 (3) of Regulation 194 of the 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is revoked and 
the following substituted: 

Appeal Book and Compendium 

(3) An appeal book and compendium shall be bound 
front and back in buff covers. 

(2) Subrule 4.07 (4) of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "appeal book" and substituting "appeal 
book and compendium". 

(3) Subrule 4.07 (5.1) of the Regulation is revoked. 

2. Subrule 7.07 (1) of the Regulation is revoked and 
the following substituted: 

(1) If a party to an action is under a disability, the party 
may be noted in default under rule 19.01 only with leave 
of a judge. 

3. Rule 7 of the Regulation is amended by adding 
the following rule: 

DISCONTINUANCE BY OR AGAINST PARTY 
UNDER DISABILITY 

7.07.1 (1) If a party to an action is under a disability, 
the action may be discontinued by or against the party 
under rule 23.01 only with leave of a judge. 

(2) Notice of a motion for leave under subrule (1) shall 
be served, 

(a) on the litigation guardian of the party under disabil- 
ity; and 

(b) on the Children's Lawyer, unless, 

(i) the Public Guardian and Trustee is the litiga- 
tion guardian, or 

(ii) a judge orders otherwise. 

4. Subrule 16.05 (3.2) of the Regulation is amended 
by striking out "appeal book" and substituting 
"appeal book and compendium". 

5. Subrule 19.01 (4) of the Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted: 



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590 



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O. Reg. 19/03 



Party under Disability 

(4) If a party to an action is under disability, the party 
may be noted in default only with leave of a judge 
obtained on motion under rule 7.07. 

6. Subrule 23.01 (2) of the Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted: 

(2) If a party to an action is under disability, the action 
may be discontinued by or against the party only with 
leave of a judge obtained on motion under rule 7.07. 1 . 

7. Rule 30.09 of the Regulation is amended by strik- 
ing out "not later than ten days after the action is set 
down for trial" and substituting "at least 90 days 
before the commencement of the trial". 

8. Rule 37.02 of the Regulation is amended by add- 
ing the following subrule: 

Jurisdiction of Registrar 

(3) The registrar shall make an order granting the relief 
sought on a motion for an order on consent, if, 

(a) the consent of all parties (including the consent of 
any party to be added, deleted or substituted) is 
filed; 

(b) the consent states that no party affected by the 
order is under disability; and 

(c) the order sought is for, 

(i) amendment of a pleading, notice of applica- 
tion or notice of motion, 

(ii) addition, deletion or substitution of a party, 

(iii) removal of a solicitor as solicitor of record, 

(iv) setting aside the noting of a party in default, 

(v) setting aside a default judgment, 

(vi) discharge of a certificate of pending litigation, 

(vii) security for costs in a specified amount, 

(viii) re-attendance of a witness to answer questions 
on an examination, 

(ix) fulfilment of undertakings given on an exami- 
nation, or 

(x) dismissal of a proceeding, with or without 
costs. 

9. Rule 37.04 of the Regulation is amended by strik- 
ing out "within a master's jurisdiction" and substitut- 
ing "within the jurisdiction of a master or registrar". 

10. Subrule 59.02 (1) of the Regulation is amended 
by striking out "appeal book" and substituting 
"appeal book and compendium". 

11. Subrule 61.04 (3) of the Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted: 

Notice of Appeal 

(3) The notice of appeal (Form 61 A) shall state, 

(a) the relief sought; 

(b) the grounds of appeal; and 



(c) the basis for the appellate court's jurisdiction, 
including references to, 

(i) any provision of a statute or regulation estab- 
lishing jurisdiction, 

(ii) whether the order appealed Irom is final or 
interlocutory, 

(iii) whether leave to appeal is necessary and if so 
whether it has been granted, and 

(iv) any other facts relevant to establishing juris- 
diction. 

12. Subrule 61.05 (4) of the Regulation is amended 
by striking out "appeal books" and substituting 
"appeal book and compendium". j 

13. (1) Subclauses 61.09 (3) (a) (i) and (ii) of the 
Regulation are revoked and the following substituted: 

(i) the appeal book and compendium referred to 
in rule 61.10, 

(ii) the exhibit book referred to in rule 61.10.1, 

(2) Subclauses 61.09 (3) (b) (i) and (ii) of the Regu- 
lation are revoked and the following substituted: j 

(i) three copies of the appeal book and compen- 
dium, and where the appeal is to be heard by 
five judges, two additional copies, 

(ii) one copy of the exhibit book, I 

(3) Subclause 61.09 (3) (c) (i) of the Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted: 

(i) stating that the appeal book and compendium, 
exhibit book, transcripts, if any, and appel- 
lant's factum have been filed, and 

(4) Subrule 61.09 (4) of the Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted: 

Relief from Compliance 

(4) If it is necessary to do so in the interest of justice, a 
judge of the appellate court may give special directions 
and vary the rules governing the appeal book and com- 
pendium, the exhibit book, the transcript of evidence and 
the appellant's factum. 

14. Rule 61.10 of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

APPEAL BOOK AND COMPENDIUM 

61.10 (1) The appeal book and compendium shall con- 
tain, in consecutively numbered pages with numbered 
tabs arranged in the following order, 

(a) a table of contents describing each document by its 
nature and date; 

(b) a copy of the notice of appeal and of any notice of 
cross-appeal or supplementary notice of appeal or 
cross-appeal; 

(c) a copy of the order or decision appealed fi-om as 
signed and entered; 



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(d) a copy of the reasons of the court or tribunal 
appealed from, with a further typed or printed copy 
if the reasons are handwritten; 

(e) if an earlier order or decision was the subject of the 
hearing before the court or tribunal appealed from, 
a copy of the order or decision, as signed and 
entered, and a copy of any reasons for it, with a 
further typed or printed copy if the reasons are 
handwritten; 

(f) a copy of the pleadings or notice of application or 
of any other document that initiated the proceeding 
or defines the issues in it; 

(g) a copy of any excerpts from a transcript of evi- 
dence that are referred to in the appellant's factum; 

(h) a copy of any exhibits that are referred to in the 
appellant's factum; 

(i) a copy of any other documents relevant to the hear- 
ing of the appeal that are referred to in the appel- 
lant's factum; 

(j) a copy of the certificates or agreement respecting 
evidence referred to in rule 61.05; 

(k) a copy of any order made in respect of the conduct 
of the appeal; and 

(1) a certificate (Form 61H) signed by the appellant's 
lawyer, or on the lawyer's behalf by someone he or 
she has specifically authorized, stating that the con- 
tents of the appeal book and compendium are com- 
plete and legible. 

(2) The Registrar may refijse to accept an appeal book 
and compendium if it does not comply with these rules or 
is not legible. 

15. Rule 61.10.1 of the Regulation is revoked and 
the following substituted: 

EXHIBIT BOOK 

61.10.1 The exhibit book shall contain, in consecu- 
tively numbered pages with numbered tabs arranged in 
the following order, 

(a) a table of contents describing each exhibit by its 
nature, date and exhibit number or letter; 

(b) any affidavit evidence, including exhibits, that the 
parties have not agreed to omit; 

(c) transcripts of evidence used on a motion or applica- 
tion that the parties have not agreed to omit; and 

(d) a copy of each exhibit filed at a hearing or marked 
on an examination that the parties have not agreed 
to omit, arranged in order by date (or, if there are 
documents with common characteristics, grouped 
accordingly in order by date) and not by exhibit 
number. 

16. (1) Clause 61.11 (1) (c) of the Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted: 

(c) Part III, containing a concise summary of the facts 
relevant to the issues on the appeal, with such ref- 
erence to the transcript of evidence and the exhibits 
as is necessary; 



(2) Rule 61.11 of the Regulation is amended by add- 
ing the following subrule: 

(1.1) References to the franscript of evidence shall be 
by tab, page number and line in the appeal book and com- 
pendium, and references to exhibits shall be by page 
number in the exhibit book and by tab and page number 
in the appeal book and compendium. 

17. Rule 61.12 of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

RESPONDENT'S FACTUM AND COMPENDIUM 

Filing and Service 
61.12 (1) Every respondent shall, 

(a) serve on every other party to the appeal, 

(i) a typed or printed copy of the respondent's 
factum, and 

(ii) the respondent's compendium; 

(b) file with the Registrar, with proof of service, 

(i) three typed or printed copies of the respon- 
dent's factum, and where the appeal is to be 
heard by five judges, two additional copies, 
and 

(ii) three copies of the respondent's compendium, 
and where the appeal is to be heard by five 
judges, two additional copies; and 

(c) file with the Registrar an electronic version of the 
respondent's factum. 

Time for Delivery 

(2) The respondent's factum and compendium shall be 
delivered within 60 days after service of the appeal book 
and compendium, exhibit book, franscript of evidence, if 
any, and appellant's factum. 

Contents of Respondent 's Factum 

(3) The respondent's factum shall be signed by the 
respondent's counsel, or on counsel's behalf by someone 
he or she has specifically authorized, and shall consist of, 

(a) Part I, containing a concise overview statement 
describing the nature of the case and of the issues; 

(b) Part II, containing a statement of the facts in the 
appellant's summary of relevant facts that the 
respondent accepts as correct and those facts with 
which the respondent disagrees, and a concise 
summary of any additional facts relied on, with 
such reference to the transcript of evidence and the 
exhibits as is necessary; 

(c) Part III, containing the position of the respondent 
with respect to each issue raised by the appellant, 
immediately followed by a concise argument with 
reference to the law and authorities relating to that 
issue; 

(d) Part IV, containing a statement of any additional 
issues raised by the respondent, the statement of 
each issue to be followed by a concise argument 



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with reference to the law and authorities relating to 
that issue; 

(e) Part V, containing a statement of the order that the 
appellate court will be asked to make, including 
any order for costs; 

(f) a certificate stating, 

(i) that an order under subrule 61.09 (2) (original 
record and exhibits) has been obtained or is 
not required, and 

(ii) how much time (expressed in hours or fi-ac- 
tions of an hour) counsel estimates will be 
required for his or her oral argument, not 
including reply; 

(g) Schedule A, containing a list of the authorities 
referred to; and 

(h) Schedule B, containing the text of all relevant pro- 
visions of statutes, regulations and by-laws that are 
not included in Schedule B to the appellant's fac- 
tum. 

(4) References to the transcript of evidence shall be by 
tab, page number and line in the respondent's compen- 
dium, and references to exhibits shall be by page number 
in the exhibit book and by tab and page number in the 
respondent's compendium. 

(5) Parts I to V shall be arranged in paragraphs num- 
bered consecutively throughout the factum. 

Cross-Appeal 

(6) Where a respondent has served a notice of cross- 
appeal under rule 61 .07, 

(a) the respondent shall prepare a factum as an appel- 
lant by cross-appeal and deliver it with or incorpo- 
rate it in the respondent's factum; and 

(b) the appellant shall deliver a factum as a respondent 
to the cross-appeal within ten days after service of 
the respondent's factum. 

Contents of Respondent's Compendium 

(7) The respondent's compendium shall contain, in 
consecutively numbered pages with numbered tabs 
arranged in the following order, 



(a) a table of contents describing each document by its 
nature and date; 

(b) a copy of any excerpts from a transcript of evi- 
dence that are referred to in the respondent's fac- 
tum; 

(c) a copy of any exhibits that are referred to in the 
respondent's factum; and 

(d) a copy of any other documents relevant to the hear- 
ing of the appeal that are referred to in the respon- 
dent's factum. J 

Relief from Compliance 

(8) If it is necessary to do so in the interest of justice, a 
judge of the appellate court may give special directions 
and vary the rules governing the respondent's factum and 
the respondent's compendium. 

18. Rule 61.12.1 of the Regulation is revoked. 

19. Subrule 61.13 (4) of the Regulation is amended 
by striking out "appeal book" and substituting 
"appeal book and compendium". 

20. Subrule 76.01 (1) of the Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted: 

(1) The simplified procedure set out in this Rule does 
not apply to, 

(a) actions under the Class Proceedings Act, 1992; 

(b) actions under the Construction Lien Act, except 
trust claims; 

(c) actions under Rule 69, 70 or 77. 

21. Form 4F of the Regulation is amended by strik- 
ing out "Constitutional Law Branch, 8th floor, 720 
Bay Street" and substituting "Constitutional Law 
Branch, 4th floor, 720 Bay Street". 

22. (1) Form 30A of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "^(Signature of solicitor)^ and substituting 
^(Signature of lawyer)". 

(2) Form 30B of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out '^(Signature of solicitor)"" and substituting 
^(Signature of lawyer)". 

23. Form 61A of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 



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Form 61 A 

Courts of Justice Act 

NOTICE OF APPEAL TO AN APPELLATE COURT 

(General heading in accordance with Form 6 IB) 

NOTICE OF APPEAL 

THE ddcniifi' party) APPEALS to the Court of Appeal (or Divisional CourV from the judgment ^brorder^ of (name of Judge, officer 
or tribunal) dated (dale) made at (place). 

THE APPELLANT ASKS that the judgment be set aside and judgment be granted as follows (or that the judgment be varied as 
follows, or as may be): (Scl out briefly the relief sought.) 

THE GROUNDS OF APPEAL are as follows: (Set out briefly the grounds of appeal.) 

THE BASIS OF THE APPELLATE COURT'S JURISDICTION IS: (Stale the basis for the appellate court s jurisdiction, including 
(i) any provision of a statute or regulation establishing jurisdiction, (ii) whether the order af^aled frvm is final or interlocutory, (Hi) 
whether leave to appeal ts required and if so whether it has been granted, and (iv) any other fads relevant to establishing jurisdiction.) 

(Divisional Court appeals) The appellant requests that this appeal be heard at (place). 



(Date) 



(Name, address and telephone and fax numbers of appellant 's lawyer or of 
appellant) 



TO (Name and address of respondent 's lawyer or of respondent) 



24. Form 61H of the Regulation is amended, 

(a) by striking out "appeal books" wherever it 
appears and substituting in each case "appeal 
book and compendium"; and 

(b) by striking out "are complete and legible" 
and substituting "is complete and legible". 

25. Form 70A of the Regulation is revoked. 

26. Item 32 of Part II of TarifT A of the Regula- 
tion is revoked and the following substituted: 

32. For copies of records, appeal books and com- 
pendiums, and factums, a reasonable amount. 

27. This Regulation comes into force on June 30, 
2003. 



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REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 19/03 

pris en application de la 

LOI SUR LES TRIBUNAUX JUDICIAIRES 

pris le 17 octobre 2002 

approuvé le 3 février 2003 

déposé le 5 février 2003 

modifiant le Régi. 194 des R.R.O. de 1990 
(Règles de procédure civile) 

Remarque : Le Règlement 194 a été modifié antérieure- 
ment. Ces modifications sont indiquées dans 
la Table des règlements publiée dans la 
Gazette de l 'Ontario du 1 8 janvier 2003 . 

1. (1) Le paragraphe 4.07 (3) du Règlement 194 des 
Règlements refondus de l'Ontario de 1990 est abrogé 
et remplacé par ce qui suit : 

Cahier et recueil d'appel 

(3) Le cahier et recueil d'appel est relié des deux côtés 
avec une couverture de couleur chamois. 

(2) Le paragraphe 4.07 (4) du Règlement est modi- 
fié par substitution de «cahier et recueil d'appel» à 
«cahier d'appel». 

(3) Le paragraphe 4.07 (5.1) du Règlement est 
abrogé. 

2. Le paragraphe 7.07 (1) du Règlement est abrogé 
et remplacé par ce qui suit : 

(1) Si une partie à une action est incapable, elle ne peut 
être constatée en défaut en application de la règle 19.01 
qu'avec l'autorisation d'un juge. 

3. La Règle 7 du Règlement est modifiée par ad- 
jonction de la règle suivante : 

DÉSISTEMENT PAR OU CONTRE LA PARTIE 
INCAPABLE 

7.07.1 (1) Il ne peut y avoir désistement de l'action 
par ou contre une partie incapable en application de la 
règle 23.01 qu'avec l'autorisation d'un juge. 

(2) L'avis d'une motion en autorisation visée au para- 
graphe (1) est signifié aux personnes suivantes : 

a) le tuteur à l'instance de la partie incapable; 

b) l'avocat des enfants, sauf si, selon le cas : 

(i) le Tuteur et curateur public est le tuteur à 
l'instance, 

(ii) un juge rend une ordonnance contraire. 

4. Le paragraphe 16.05 (3.2) du Règlement est 
modifié par substitution de «cahier et recueil d'appel» 
à «cahier d'appel». 

5. Le paragraphe 19.01 (4) du Règlement est abrogé 
et remplacé par ce qui suit : 



Partie incapable 

(4) Si une partie à une action est incapable, elle ne peut 
être constatée en défaut qu'avec l'autorisation d'un juge 
obtenue sur motion présentée en application de la 
règle 7.07. 

6. Le paragraphe 23.01 (2) du Règlement est abrogé 
et remplacé par ce qui suit : 

(2) Il ne peut y avoir désistement de l'action par ou 
contre une partie incapable qu'avec l'autorisation d'un 
juge obtenue sur motion présentée en application de la 
règle 7.07.1. 

7. La règle 30.09 du Règlement est modifiée par 
substitution de «au moins 90 jours avant le début de 
l'instruction» à «dans les dix jours suivant l'ins- 
cription de l'action pour instruction». 

8. La règle 37.02 du Règlement est modifiée par 
adjonction du paragraphe suivant : 

Compétence du greffier 

(3) Le greffier rend une ordonnance accordant la me- 
sure de redressement demandée lors d'une motion visant 
l'obtention d'une ordormance sur consentement si les 
conditions suivantes sont réunies : 

a) le consentement de toutes les parties (y compris 
celui de toute partie qui doit être jointe, radiée ou 
substituée) est déposé; 

b) il est déclaré dans le consentement qu'aucune par- 
tie visée par l'ordonnance n'est incapable; 

c) l'ordonnance demandée vise, selon le cas : 

(i) la modification d'un acte de procédure, d'un 
avis de requête ou d'un avis de motion, 

(ii) la jonction, la radiation ou la substitution 
d'une partie, 

(iii) la révocation d'un procureur, 

(iv) l'annulation de la constatation du défaut d'une 
partie, 

(v) l'annulation d'un jugement par défaut, 

(vi) la mainlevée d'un certificat d'affaire en ins- 
tance, 

(vii) le cautionnement pour dépens d'un montant 
précis, 

(viii) la présence de nouveau d'un témoin pour 
qu'il réponde à des questions dans le cadre 
d'un interrogatoire, 

(ix) le respect d'engagements donnés à un interro- 
gatoire, 

(x) le rejet de l'instance, avec ou sans dépens. 

9. La règle 37.04 du Règlement est modifiée par 
substitution de «de la compétence d'un protonotaire 
ou d'un grefller» à «de la compétence d'un protono- 
taire». 

10. Le paragraphe 59.02 (1) du Règlement est modi- 
fié par substitution de «cahier et recueil d'appel» à 
«dossier d'appel». 



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11. Le paragraphe 61.04 (3) du Règlement est abro- 
gé et remplacé par ce qui suit : 

Avis d'appel 

(3) L'avis d'appel (formule 61A) précise ce qui suit : 

a) la mesure de redressement demandée; 

b) les moyens d'appel; 

c) le fondement de la compétence du tribunal d'appel, 
y compris les mentions suivantes : 

(i) toute disposition d'une loi ou d'un règlement 
qui établit la compétence, 

(ii) la question de savoir si l'ordonnance portée 
en appel est définitive ou interlocutoire, 

(iii) la question de savoir si l'autorisation d'inter- 
jeter appel est nécessaire et, le cas échéant, si 
elle a été accordée, 

(iv) les autres faits pertinents afin d'établir la 
compétence. 

12. Le paragraphe 61.05 (4) du Règlement est modi- 
fié par substitution de «dans le cahier et recueil 
d'appel et dans les» à «aux dossiers d'appel et aux». 

13. (1) Les sous-alinéas 61.09 (3) a) (i) et (ii) du 
Règlement sont abrogés et remplacés par ce qui suit : 

(i) le cahier et recueil d'appel visé à la règle 
61.10, 

(ii) le dossier des pièces visé à la règle 61.10.1, 

(2) Les sous-alinéas 61.09 (3) b) (i) et (ii) du Règle- 
ment sont abrogés et remplacés par ce qui suit : 

(i) trois copies du cahier et recueil d'appel, et si 
l'appel doit être entendu par cinq juges, deux 
copies supplémentaires, 

(ii) une copie du dossier des pièces, 

(3) Le sous-alinéa 61.09 (3) c) (i) du Règlement est 
abrogé et remplacé par ce qui suit : 

(i) indiquant que le cahier et recueil d'appel, le 
dossier des pièces, les transcriptions, le cas 
échéant, et le mémoire de l'appelant ont été 
déposés, 

(4) Le paragraphe 61.09 (4) du Règlement est abro- 
gé et remplacé par ce qui suit : 

Dispense 

(4) Si cela est nécessaire dans l'intérêt de la justice, un 
juge du tribunal d'appel peut donner des directives parti- 
culières et modifier les règles régissant le cahier et recueil 
d'appel, le dossier des pièces, la transcription des témoi- 
gnages et le mémoire de l'appelant. 

14. La règle 61.10 du Règlement est abrogée et 
remplacée par ce qui suit : 

CAHIER ET RECUEIL D'APPEL 

61.10 (1) Le cahier et recueil d'appel comprend, dans 
des pages numérotées consécutivement, séparées par des 



onglets numérotés et disposées de la façon suivante, ce 
qui suit : 

a) une table des matières décrivant chaque document 
selon sa nature et sa date; 

b) une copie de l'avis d'appel et de l'avis d'appel 
incident ou de l'avis supplémentaire d'appel ou 
d'appel incident; 

c) une copie de l'ordonnance ou de la décision portée 
en appel, telle qu'elle a été signée et inscrite; 

d) une copie de l'énoncé des motifs du tribunal ou du 
tribunal administratif dont l'ordonnance ou la déci- 
sion est portée en appel et, si les motifs se présen- 
tent sous forme manuscrite, une copie supplémen- 
taire tapée ou imprimée; 

e) si une ordonnance ou une décision antérieure a fait 
l'objet de l'audience devant le tribunal ou le tribu- 
nal administratif dont l'ordonnance ou la décision 
est portée en appel, une copie de l'ordonnance ou 
de la décision antérieure, telle qu'elle a été signée 
et inscrite, ainsi qu'une copie de l'énoncé des 
motifs de celle-ci, le cas échéant, et, si les motifs se 
présentent sous forme manuscrite, une copie sup- 
plémentaire tapée ou imprimée; 

f) une copie de la procédure écrite ou de l'avis de 
requête ou de tout autre document ayant introduit 
l'instance ou définissant les questions en litige dans 
celle-ci; 

g) une copie des extraits d'une transcription des 
témoignages auxquels il est fait référence dans le 
mémoire de l'appelant; 

h) une copie des pièces auxquelles il est fait référence 
dans le mémoire de l'appelant; 

i) une copie des autres documents pertinents pour 
l'audition de l'appel auxquels il est fait référence 
dans le mémoire de l'appelant; 

j) une copie des certificats ou de l'accord relatifs à la 
preuve, visés à la règle 61.05; 

k) une copie des ordonnances relatives au déroule- 
ment de l'appel; 

1) un certificat (formule 61 H) signé par l'avocat de 
l'appelant, ou en son nom par une personne que 
l'avocat a expressément autorisée à ce faire, et cer- 
tifiant que le contenu du cahier et recueil d'appel 
est complet et lisible. 

(2) Le greffier peut refuser d'accepter un cahier et 
recueil d'appel qui ne répond pas aux directives des 
présentes règles ou qui est illisible. 

15. La règle 61.10.1 du Règlement est abrogée et 
remplacée par ce qui suit : 

DOSSIER DES PIÈCES 

61.10.1 Le dossier des pièces comprend, dans des 
pages numérotées consécutivement, séparées par des 
onglets numérotés et disposées de la façon suivante, ce 
qui suit : 

a) une table des matières décrivant chaque pièce selon 
sa nature, sa date et son numéro ou sa lettre; 



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b) tout affidavit présenté en preuve, y compris les 
pièces, que les parties n'ont pas convenu 
d'omettre; 

c) les transcriptions de témoignages utilisées lors 
d'une motion ou d'une requête et que les parties 
n'ont pas convenu d'omettre; 

d) une copie de toutes les pièces déposées à une au- 
dience ou cotées lors d'un interrogatoire et que les 
parties n'ont pas convenu d'omettre, présentées par 
ordre chronologique (ou, s'il y a plusieurs docu- 
ments ayant des caractéristiques communes, grou- 
pées de la sorte par ordre chronologique) plutôt que 
par ordre numérique. 

16. (1) L'alinéa 61.11 (1) c) du Règlement est abro- 
gé et remplacé par ce qui suit : 

c) la troisième partie, qui comprend un résumé concis 

des faits se rapportant aux questions en litige dans 

l'appel, accompagné des renvois nécessaires à la 

transcription des témoignages et aux pièces; 

(2) La règle 61.11 du Règlement est modifiée par 

adjonction du paragraplie suivant : 

(1.1) Les renvois à la transcription des témoignages 
indiquent l'onglet, le numéro de page et la ligne du cahier 
et recueil d'appel. Les renvois aux pièces indiquent le 
numéro de page du dossier des pièces ainsi que l'onglet et 
le numéro de page du cahier et recueil d'appel. 

17. La règle 61.12 du Règlement est abrogée et 
remplacée par ce qui suit : 

MÉMOIRE ET RECUEIL DE L'INTIMÉ 

Dépôt et signification 
61.12 (1) Chaque intimé : 

a) signifie à chacune des autres parties à l'appel ce 
qui suit : 

(i) une copie tapée ou imprimée de son mémoire, 

(ii) son recueil; 

b) dépose auprès du greffier, avec la preuve de la 
signification : 

(i) trois copies tapées ou imprimées de son 
mémoire et, si l'appel doit être entendu par 
cinq juges, deux copies supplémentaires, 

(ii) trois copies de son recueil et, si l'appel doit 
être entendu par cinq juges, deux copies sup- 
plémentaires; 

c) dépose auprès du greffier une version électronique 
de son mémoire. 

Délai de remise 

(2) Le mémoire et le recueil de l'intimé sont remis 
dans les 60 jours suivant la signification du cahier et 
recueil d'appel, du dossier des pièces, de la transcription 
des témoignages, s'il y en a une, et du mémoire de 
l'appelant. 



Contenu du mémoire de l'intimé \ 

(3) Le mémoire de l'intimé est signé par son avocat ou 
en son nom par une personne que ce dernier a expressé- 
ment autorisée à ce faire. Il se compose des éléments sui- 
vants : I 

a) la première partie, qui comprend un exposé général 
concis énonçant la nature de la cause et des ques- 
tions en litige; 

b) la deuxième partie, qui comprend un exposé des 
faits contenus dans le résumé des faits pertinents 
présentés par l'appelant et dont l'intimé reconnaît 
l'exactitude ainsi que de ceux avec lesquels il est 
en désaccord, et un résumé concis des faits sup- 
plémentaires invoqués, accompagné des renvois 
nécessaires à la transcription des témoignages et 
aux pièces; j 

c) la troisième partie, qui présente la position de 
l'intimé sur chacune des questions soulevées par 
l'appelant, suivie immédiatement d'une argumenta- 
tion concise portant sur les règles de droit et les 
éléments de doctrine et de jurisprudence pertinents; 

d) la quatrième partie, qui comprend un exposé des 
questions supplémentaires soulevées par l'intimé, 
chacune étant immédiatement suivie d'une argu- 
mentation concise portant sur les règles de droit et 
les éléments de doctrine et de jurisprudence perti- 
nents; 

e) la cinquième partie, qui comprend un exposé de 
l'ordonnance demandée au tribunal d'appel, y 
compris l'ordonnance relative aux dépens; 

f) un certificat qui indique : 

(i) d'une part, qu'une ordonnance prévue au pa- 
ragraphe 61.09 (2) (dossier et pièces origi- 
naux) a été obtenue ou n'est pas nécessaire, 

(ii) d'autre part, le temps (exprimé en heures ou 
en fractions d'heure) que l'avocat estime né- 
cessaire à la présentation de sa plaidoirie, à 
l'exclusion de la réponse; 

g) l'annexe A, qui comprend une liste des éléments de 
doctrine et de jurisprudence auxquels il est fait 
référence; 

h) l'annexe B, qui comprend le texte de toutes les 
dispositions pertinentes des lois, des règlements et 
des règlements municipaux qui ne figurent pas 
dans l'annexe B du mémoire de l'appelant. 

(4) Les renvois à la transcription des témoignages 
indiquent l'onglet, le numéro de page et la ligne du 
recueil de l'intimé. Les renvois aux pièces indiquent le 
numéro de page du dossier des pièces ainsi que l'onglet et 
le numéro de page du recueil de l'intimé. 

(5) Les parties I à V sont présentées sous forme de 
dispositions numérotées consécutivement dans l'ensemble 
du mémoire. 

Appels incidents 

(6) Si l'intimé a signifié un avis d'appel incident en 
application de la règle 61.07 : 



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a) l'intimé rédige un mémoire à titre d'appelant à 
l'appel incident et le remet avec le mémoire de 
l'intimé ou l'y intègre; 

b) l'appelant remet un mémoire à titre d'intimé à 
l'appel incident dans les 10 jours suivant la signifi- 
cation du mémoire de l'intimé. 

Contenu du recueil de l'intimé 

(7) Le recueil de l'intimé comprend, dans des pages 
numérotées consécutivement, séparées par des onglets 
numérotés et disposées de la façon suivante, ce qui suit : 

a) une table des matières décrivant chaque document 
selon sa nature et sa date; 

b) une copie des extraits d'une transcription des 
témoignages auxquels il est fait référence dans le 
mémoire de l'intimé; 

c) une copie des pièces auxquelles il est fait référence 
dans le mémoire de l'intimé; 

d) une copie des autres documents pertinents pour 
l'audition de l'appel auxquels il est fait référence 
dans le mémoire de l'intimé. 

Dispense 

(8) Si cela est nécessaire dans l'intérêt de la justice, un 
juge du tribunal d'appel peut donner des directives parti- 
culières et modifier les règles régissant le mémoire et le 
recueil de l'intimé. 

18. La règle 61.12.1 du Règlement est abrogée. 



19. Le paragraphe 61.13 (4) du Règlement est modi- 
fié par substitution de «cahier et recueil d'appel» à 
«dossier d'appel». 

20. Le paragraphe 76.01 (1) du Règlement est abro- 
gé et remplacé par ce qui suit : 

(1) La procédure simplifiée prévue par la présente 
Règle ne s'applique pas : 

a) aux actions introduites en vertu de la Loi de 1992 
sur les recours collectifs; 

b) aux actions introduites en vertu de la Loi sur le 
privilège dans l'industrie de la construction, sauf 
les actions relatives aux fiducies; 

c) aux actions introduites en vertu de la Règle 69, 70 
ou 77. 

21. La formule 4F du Règlement est modifiée par 
substitution de «Direction du droit constitutionnel, 4' 
étage, 720, rue Bay» à «Direction du droit constitu- 
tionnel, 8' étage, 720, rue Bay». 

22. (1) La formule 30A du Règlement est modifiée 
par substitution de «(signature de l'avocat)» à «(signa- 
ture du procureur)». 

(2) La formule 30B du Règlement est modifiée par 
substitution de «(signature de l'avocat)» à «(signature 
du procureur)». 

23. La formule 61A du Règlement est abrogée et 
remplacée par ce qui suit : 



Formule 61 A 

Loi sur les tribunaux judiciaires 

AVIS D'APPEL À UN TRIBUNAL D'APPEL 

(titre conformément à la formule 61 B) 

AVIS D'APPEL 

LE/LA (désigner la partie) INTERJETTE APPEL à U Cour d'appel (ou la Cour divisionnaire) du jugement (ou de l'ordonnance^ 
de (nom du juge, de t 'officier de Justice ou du tribunal adminvuralif) du (dote) rendu à/au (lieu/. 

L'APPELANT(E) DEMANDE que le jugement soit annulé et que le jugement suivant soil rendu (ou que le jugement soit modifié 
de la façon suivante, ou la mention appropriée) : (Indiquer brièvement la mesure de redressement demandée.) 

LES MOYENS D'APPEL sont les suivants : (Indiquer brièvement les moyens d'appel.) 

LA COMPÉTENCE DU TRIBUNAL D'APPEL SE FONDE SUR CE QUI SUIT : (Exposer ee sur quoi se/onde la compétence du 
tribunal d 'appel, y compris (i) toute disposition d 'une loi ou d 'un règlement qui établit la compétence, (ii) la question de savoir si 
l 'ordonnance portée en appel est définitive ou interlocutoire, (iii) la question de savoir si l 'autorisation d 'interjeter appel est nécessaire 
et. le cas échéant, si elle a été accordée, et (iv) tes autres faits pertinents afin d 'établir la compétence.) 

(Appels à la Cxnv divisionnaire) L'appelant(c} dentande que l'appel soit entendu à/au (lieu). 



(date) 



(nom. adresse et numéros de téléphone et de télécopieur de l 'avocatfe) de 
l ' appelant fe) ou de l'appelant(e)) 



DESTINATAIRE: 



{nom et adresse de l 'avocat (e) de l'intimHe) ou de l'intimé(e)) 



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O. Reg. 22/03 



24. La formule 61 H du Règlement est modifiée : 

a) par substitution de «le cahier et recueil d'appel» 
à «les dossiers d'appel» partout où figurent ces 
mots et par les changements grammaticaux qui 
en découlent; 

b) par substitution de «est complet et lisible» à 
«sont complets et lisibles». 

25. La formule 70A du Règlement est abrogée. 

26. Le poste 32 de la deuxième partie du tarif A du 
Règlement est abrogé et remplacé par ce qui suit : 

32. Pour les copies des dossiers, des cahiers et recueils 
d'appel et des mémoires, un montant raisonnable. 

27. Le présent règlement entre en vigueur le 30 juin 
2003. 

8/03 



ONTARIO REGULATION 20/03 

made under the 

CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS ACT 

Made: February 3, 2003 
Filed: February 5, 2003 

PRESCRIBED PAYMENT PER BED — 
CLAUSE 6 (a) OF THE ACT 

Prescribed amount 

1. The prescribed amount per bed for the purposes of 
clause 6 (a) of the Act is an amount not exceeding 
$50,000. 

Commencement 

2. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come 
into force on June 1, 2002. 

8/03 

ONTARIO REGULATION 21/03 

made under the 

NURSING HOMES ACT 



Made: February 3, 2003 
Filed: February 5, 2003 



Amending Reg. 832 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Regulation 832 has previously been amended. 
Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regu- 
lations published in The Ontario Gazette dated 
January 18,2003. 

1. Section 105 of Regulation 832 of the Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is amended by adding 
the following subsection: 



(4) Nursing homes that are constructed or renovated in 
accordance with the design manual and the building code 
made under the Building Code Act, 1992 are exempt from 
clause 33 (3) (a) and subsection 40 (6) of this Regulation. 

8/03 



ONTARIO REGULATION 22/03 

made under the 

ALCOHOL AND GAMING REGULATION 
AND PUBLIC PROTECTION ACT, 1996 

Made: February 3, 2003 , 

Filed: February 5, 2003 | 

AmendingO. Reg. 61/98 
(Assignment of Powers and Duties — Liquor Licence Act) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 61/98 has previously been 
amended. Those amendments are listed in the 
Table of Regulations published in The Ontario 
Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

1. Section 1 of Ontario Regulation 61/98 is revoked. 

2. The Table to the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

TABLE 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Columns 


I. 


Subsection 6 (4.2) 


Reference to Board 
— consideration of 
financial relation- 
ship and public 
interest 


Registrar 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 22/03 
pris en application de la 

LOI DE 1996 SUR LA RÉGLEMENTATION 

DES ALCOOLS ET DES JEUX ET LA 

PROTECTION DU PUBLIC 

pris le 3 février 2003 
déposé le 5 février 2003 

modifiant le Règl. de l'Ont. 61/98 

(Attribution des pouvoirs et des fonctions — 

Loi sur les permis d'alcool) 

Remarque : Le Règlement de l'Ontario 61/98 a été modi- 
fié antérieurement. Ces modifications sont 
indiquées dans la Table des règlements 
publiée dans la Gazette de l'Ontario du 18 
janvier 2003. 

1. L'article 1 du Règlement de l'Ontario 61/98 est 
abrogé. 



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î y 



2. Le tableau du Règlement est abrogé et remplacé 
par ce qui suit : 

TABLEAU 



N° 


Colonne 1 


Colonne 2 


Colonne 3 


\. 


Paragraphe 6 (4.2) 


Mention de la 
Commission — 
examen de la rela- 
tion financière et de 
l'intérêt public 


Registrateur 



3. Le présent règlement entre en vigueur le 28 
février 2003. 

8/03 



ONTARIO REGULATION 23/03 
made under the 

ALCOHOL AND GAMING REGULATION 
AND PUBLIC PROTECTION ACT, 1996 

Made: February 3, 2003 
Filed: February 5, 2003 

Revoking O. Reg. 60/98 

(Assignment of Powers and Duties — 

Gaming Control Act, 1992) 

\. Ontario Regulation 60/98 is revoked. 

2. This Regulation comes into force on February 28, 
2003. 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 23/03 

pris en application de la 

LOI DE 1996 SUR LA RÉGLEMENTATION 

DES ALCOOLS ET DES JEUX ET LA 

PROTECTION DU PUBLIC 

pris le 3 février 2003 
déposé le 5 février 2003 

abrogeant le Régi, de l'Ont. 60/98 

(Attribution des pouvoirs et des fonctions — 

Loi de 1992 sur la réglementation des jeux) 

1. Le Règlement de l'Ontario 60/98 est abrogé. 

2. Le présent règlement entre en vigueur le 28 
(février 2003. 

t/03 



ONTARIO REGULATION 24/03 

made under the 

SAFETY AND CONSUMER STATUTES 
ADMINISTRATION ACT, 1996 

Made: February 3, 2003 
Filed: February 5, 2003 

Amending O. Reg. 159/97 
(Administration of Various Acts) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 159/97 has previously been 
amended. Those amendments are listed in the 
Table of Regulations published in The Ontario 
Gazette dated January 1 8, 2003. 



1. Section 1 of Ontario Regulation 159/97 
amended by adding the following paragraph: 



IS 



5. Section 1 13 of the Electricity Act. 1998. 

2. Section 6 of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

6. For the purposes of subsection 3 (2) of the Act, the 
Electrical Safety Authority, that is incorporated under the 
laws of the Province of Ontario by letters patent dated 
January 12, 1999 and with which the Minister of Con- 
sumer and Business Services has entered into an adminis- 
trative agreement dated March 11,1 999 for the purposes 
of section 4 of the Act, is designated as the sole adminis- 
trative authority for the purposes of administering the 
legislative provision designated by paragraph 5 of sec- 
tion 1. 

8/03 



ONTARIO REGULATION 25/03 

made under the 

BUSINESS REGULATION 
REFORM ACT, 1994 

Made: February 3, 2003 
Filed: February 5, 2003 

Amending O. Reg. 442/95 
(General) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 442/95 has not previously been 
amended. 

1. (1) Section 1 of Ontario Regulation 442/95 is 
amended by adding the following paragraph: 

1 . 1 The Corporations Tax Act. 

(2) Paragraph 4 of section 1 of the Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted: 

4. The Workplace Safety and Insurance Act, 1997. 

2. (1) Clause 2 (1) (a) of the Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted: 



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O. Reg. 26/03 



(a) register a name or an amendment or cancellation of 
a registration under the Business Names Act; 

(2) Clause 2 (1) (c) of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "or" at the end. 

(3) Clause 2 (1) (d) of the Regulation is revoked and 
the following substituted: 

(d) comply with the requirements of section 75 of the 
Workplace Safety and Insurance Act, 1997; or 

(e) record a change in information that is required to 
be filed under the Corporations Tax Act, the 
Employer Health Tax Act, or the Retail Sales Tax 
Act. 

(4) Subsection 2 (2) of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out the portion before clause (a) and substitut- 
ing the following: 

(2) Subject to subsections (3) and (4), a business that 
files a unified form in accordance with this Regulation is 
not required to, 



(5) Clause 2 (2) (a) of the Regulation is revoked and 
the following substituted: 

(a) complete a form to register a name or an amend- 
ment or cancellation of a registration under the 
Business Names Act; 

(6) Clause 2 (2) (c) of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "or" at the end. 

(7) Clause 2 (2) (d) of the Regulation is revoked and 
the following substituted: 

(d) comply with the requirements of section 75 of the 
Workplace Safety and Insurance Act, 1997; or 

(e) complete a form to record a change in information 
filed under the Corporations Tax Act, the Employer 
Health Tax Act or the Retail Sales Tax Act. 

(8) Subsection 2 (3) of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out ^'■Workers' Compensation Act" and substi- 
tuting "Workplace Safety and Insurance Act, I99T\ 

(9) Subsection 2 (4) of the Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted: 

(4) The Workplace Safety and Insurance Board may 
require a business that files a unified form in accordance 
with this Regulation to provide such additional informa- 
tion that the Board requires for the purposes of the Work- 
place Safety and Insurance Act, 1997. 

(10) Clause 2 (5) (b) of the Regulation is amended 
by adding the following item: 

19. The business identification number assigned to the 
registration for the purposes of the Business Names 
Act. 

3. (1) Subsection 4 (3) of the Regulation is amended 
by striking out "'Workers' Compensation Acf wher- 
ever that expression occurs and substituting in each 
case "* Workplace Safety and Insurance Act, 1997". 



(2) Subsection 4 (4) of the Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted: 

(4) If a business has a business number under this sec- 
tion and files a form to file under the Workplace Safety 
and Insurance Act, 1997, the Workplace Safety and 
Insurance Board may discontinue any other system of 
business identification for the filing of the business under 
that Act. 

4. Subsection 5 (2) of the Regulation is revoked and 
the following substituted: 

(2) In subsection (I), 

"tax information" means information in respect of a busi- 
ness that is required solely for the purpose of the Cor- 
porations Tax Act, the Employer Health Tax Act, the 
Retail Sales Tea Act or all of them. 

5. Section 6 of the Regulation is amended by strik- 
ing out "■Workers' Compensation Ac(" and substituting 
" Workplace Safety and Insurance Act, I99T\ 

8/03 



ONTARIO REGULATION 26/03 

made under the 

FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION ACT 

Made: February 3, 2003 
Filed: February 5, 2003 

NON-CASH EXPENSES 

Derinilion 

1. For the purposes of the definition of "non-cash 
expense" in section 1 of the Act, 

"non-cash expense" means the amount recognized as an 
expense in a fiscal year on account of any of the 
following: 

1 . The reduction of a prepaid expense. 

2. Amortization of a capital asset. 

3. A loss on the disposition of a capital asset. 

4. A loss on the unusual loss of a capital asset. 

5. Bad debt expense. 

6. Imputed interest on a loan bearing interest below 
the prevailing market rate. 

Statutory appropriation for certain non-cash expenses 

2. Non-cash expenses described in paragraphs 2, 4 and 
5 of the definition of "non-cash expense" in section I are 
prescribed for the purposes of subsection 1 1 . 1 (3) of the 
Act. 

Commencement 

3. This Regulation comes into force on April 1, 
2003. 

8/03 



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ON 1 AKIO KEGULAIIOIN 27/03 
made under the 

RETAIL SALES TAX ACT 

Made: Febmary 3, 2003 
Filed: February 5, 2002 



OJNl AKIO REGULATION 29/03 

made under the 
EDUCATION ACT 

Made: February 3, 2003 
Filed: February 7, 2003 



Amending Reg. 1013 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Regulation 1013 has previously been amended. 
Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regu- 
lations published in The Ontario Gazette dated 
January 18,2003. 

1. Subsection 9 (1) of Regulation 1013 of the 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is revoked and 
the following substituted: 

(1) Initiation and underwriting fees in respect of mort- 
gage insurance are prescribed underwriting fees for the 
purposes of clause (a) of the definition of "premium" in 
subsection 1 (1) of the Act. 

2. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come 
into force on July 1, 2001. 

8/03 



ONTARIO REGULATION 28/03 

made under the 

FAIRNESS IS A TWO-WAY STREET ACT 

(CONSTRUCTION LABOUR 

MOBILITY), 1999 

Made: February 6, 2003 
Filed: February 6, 2003 

EXEMPTIONS — VARIOUS 

Exemptions from Act 
1. The following are exempt from the Act: 

1 . SNC-Lavalin Profac Inc. 

2. Profac Realty Consulting Services Inc. 

3. SNC-Lavalin Pharma Inc. 

4. Pellemon Inc. 

Brad Clark 
Minister of Labour 

Dated on February 6, 2003. 
8/03 



Amending O. Reg. 466/97 

(Borrowing for Permanent Improvements: 

Issuance of Debentures) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 466/97 has not previously been 
amended. 

1. Section 13 of Ontario Regulation 466/97 is 
revoked and the following substituted: 

13. A reference in this Regulation to the Municipal Act 
is a reference to that Act as it read on December 3 1 , 2002. 

2. This Regulation comes into force on the later of 
January 1, 2003 and the day it is filed. 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 29/03 

pris en application de la 

LOI SUR L'ÉDUCATION 

pris le 3 février 2003 
déposé le 7 février 2003 

modifiant le Régi, de l'Ont. 466/97 

(Emprunts aux fins d'améliorations permanentes : 

émission de debentures) 

Remarque : Le Règlement de l'Ontario 466/97 n'a pas été 
modifie antérieurement. 

1. L'article 13 du Règlement de l'Ontario 466/97 est 
abrogé et remplacé par ce qui suit : 

13. La mention dans le présent règlement de la Loi sur 
les municipalités vaut mention de cette loi telle qu'elle 
existait le 3 1 décembre 2002. 

2. Le présent règlement entre en vigueur le 1"^ jan- 
vier 2003 ou, si celui-ci lui est postérieur, le jour de son 
dépôt. 



8/03 



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602 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO O. Reg. 30/03 

ONTARIO REGULATION 30/03 

made under the 

HIGHWAY 407 ACT, 1998 

Made:December 18, 2002 
Filed: February 7, 2003 

AmendingO. Reg. 138/00 
(General) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 138/00 has not previously been 
amended. 

1. Subsection 6 (1) of Ontario Regulation 138/00 is 
amended by striking out "within tliree days" and sub- 
stituting "within seven days". 

2. Section 11 of the Regulation is revoked. 

8/03 



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Publications under the Regulations Act 
Publications en vertu de la Loi sur les règlements 

2003—03—01 
ONTARIO REGULATION 31/03 

made under the 

LAND REGISTRATION REFORM ACT 



Column 1 


Column 2 


Perth (No. 44) 


February 10,2003 



Norman W. Sterling 
Minister of Consumer and Business Services 



Made: December 12, 2001 
Filed: February 10,2003 

Amending O. Reg. 16/99 
(Automated System) 

Note: Since the end of 2002, Ontario Regulation 16/99 
has been amended by Ontario Regulations 5/03, 
6/03 and 7/03. Previous amendments are listed in 
the Table of Regulations published in The Ontario 
GazeHe dated January 18,2003. 

1. The Table to subsection 3 (1) of Ontario Regula- 
tion 16/99 is amended by adding the following item: 



Column 1 


Column 2 


Huron (No. 22) 


February 10.2003 



Norman W. Sterling 
Minister of Consumer and Business Services 



Dated on December 12, 2001. 
9/03 



ONTARIO REGULATION 32/03 

made under the 

LAND REGISTRATION REFORM ACT 

Made: December 12, 2001 
Filed: February 10,2003 

Amending O. Reg. 16/99 
(Automated System) 

Note: Since the end of 2002, Ontario Regulation 16/99 
has been amended by Ontario Regulations 5/03, 
6/03, 7/03 and 31/03. Previous amendments are 
listed in the Table of Regulations published in The 
Ontario Gazette dated January 1 8, 2003. 

1. The Table to subsection 3 (1) of Ontario Regula- 
tion 16/99 is amended by adding the following item: 



Dated on December 1 2, 200 1 . 



9/03 



ONTARIO REGULATION 33/03 

made under the 

MINISTRY OF TRAINING, COLLEGES 
AND UNIVERSITIES ACT 

Made: November 25, 2002 

Approved: December 18, 2002 

Filed: February 11,2003 

Amending Reg. 771 ofR.R.O. 1990 
(Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology — Colleges) 

Note: Regulation 771 has previously been amended. 
Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regu- 
lations published in The Ontario Gazette dated 
January 18,2003. 

1. Section 5 of Regulation 771 of the Revised Regu- 
lations of Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

The Conestoga College Institute of 
Technology and Advanced Learning 

5. The college of applied arts and technology known as 
"The Conestoga College of Applied Arts and Technol- 
ogy" is continued as "The Conestoga College Institute of 
Technology and Advanced Learning" for the area com- 
prised of the geographic areas of the upper-tier munici- 
palities of Huron, Perth, Waterloo and Wellington and the 
geographic areas of the local municipalities of Guelph, 
St. Marys and Stratford. 

2. Section 12 of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

The Humber College Institute of Technology 
AND Advanced Learning 

12. The college of applied arts and technology known 
as "The Humber College of Applied Arts and Technol- 
ogy" is continued as "The Humber College Institute of 



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O. Reg. 34/03 



Technology and Advanced Learning" for the area com- 
prised of the parts of the geographic area of the City of 
Toronto which, on December 31,1 997, were included in 
the geographic areas of the former City of Etobicoke and 
the former City of York. 

3. Section 21 of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

THE Sheridan College Institute of Technology 
AND Advanced Learning 

21. The college of applied arts and technology known 
as "The Sheridan College of Applied Arts and Technol- 
ogy" is continued as "The Sheridan College Institute of 
Technology and Advanced Learning" for the area com- 
prised of the geographic areas of the upper-tier munici- 
palities of Hahon and Peel. 

Dianne Cunningham 
Minister of Training, Colleges and Universities 



Made on November 25, 2002. 
9/03 

ONTARIO REGULATION 34/03 

made under the 

ONTARIO COLLEGES OF APPLIED ARTS 
AND TECHNOLOGY ACT, 2002 

Made: December 18, 2002 
Filed: February 11,2003 

GENERAL 

CONTENTS 





Interpretation 


L 


Definitions 




Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology 


2. 


Colleges established 


3. 


Grants to French language colleges 




Board of Governors 


4. 


Composition of boards of governors 


5. 


Procedure for boards of governors 


6. 


Removal of member 


7. 


Vacancies 


8. 


Strategic plan, business plan and annual report 


9. 


Balanced budget 


10. 


Allowances for board members 




Admissions, Diplomas, Etc. 


11. 


Admissions 


12. 


Categories of diplomas, etc. 



College Compensation and Appointments Council 

13. College Compensation and Appointments Council 

Insured Benefits and College Pensions 

14. College of Applied Arts and Technology Pension Plan 

Minister's Intervention 

15. Minister's Intervention 

16. Immunity from Liability 

Commencement -, 

17. Commencement 

Interpretation 

Derinitions 

1. In this Regulation, 

"academic staff member" means a person who is 
employed by the board of governors as a teacher, coun- 
sellor or librarian; ("membre du corps enseignant") 

"administrative staff member" means a person who is 
employed by the board of governors and who is not an 
academic staff member, a support staff member or a 
student; ("membre du personnel administratif) 

"Council" means the College Compensation and 
Appointments Council established under section 13; 
("Conseil") 

"Council of Regents" means the Council of Regents 
established under section 5 of the Ministry of Training, 
Colleges and Universities Act: ("Conseil des affaires 
collégiales") 

"program of instruction" means a group of related courses 
leading to a diploma, certificate or other document 
awarded by the board of governors; ("programme 
d'enseignement") 

"student" means a person who is enrolled in a course or 
program of instruction in a college; ("étudiant") 

"support staff member" means a person who is employed 
by the board of governors as a member of the office, 
clerical, technical, health care, maintenance, building 
service, shipping, transportation, cafeteria or nursery 
staff, ("membre du persormel de soutien"). 

COLLEGES OF APPLIED ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY 
Colleges established 

2, (I) The following colleges are established: 

1 . The Algonquin College of Applied Arts and Tech- 
nology. 

2. The Cambrian College of Applied Arts and Tech- 
nology. 

3. The Canadore College of Applied Arts and Tech- 
nology. 

4. The Centennial College of Applied Arts and Tech- 
nology. 

5. Collège Boréal d'arts appliqués et de technologie. 



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6. Collège d'arts appliqués et de technologie La Cité 
collégiale. 

7. Collège d'arts appliqués et de technologie des 
Grands Lacs. 

8. The Conestoga College Institute of Technology 
and Advanced Learning. 

9. The Confederation College of Applied Arts and 
Technology. 

10. The Durham College of Applied Arts and Technol- 
ogy. 

1 1 . The Fanshawe College of Applied Arts and Tech- 
nology. 

12. The George Brown College of Applied Arts and 
Technology. 

13. The Georgian College of Applied Arts and Tech- 
nology. 

14. The Humber College Institute of Technology and 
Advanced Learning. 

15. The Lambton College of Applied Arts and Tech- 
nology. 

16. The Loyalist College of Applied Arts and Technol- 
ogy- 

1 7. The Mohawk College of Applied Arts and Tech- 
nology. 

18. The Niagara College of Applied Arts and Technol- 
ogy- 

19. The Northern College of Applied Arts and Tech- 
nology. 

20. The St. Clair College of Applied Arts and Tech- 
nology. 

21. The St. Lawrence College of Applied Arts and 
Technology. 

22. The Sault College of Applied Arts and Technol- 
ogy- 

23. The Sheridan College Institute of Technology and 
Advanced Learning. 

^24. The Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technol- 
ogy- 

25. The Sir Sandford Fleming College of Applied Arts 
and Technology. 

(2) The boards of governors of the colleges referred to 
in subsection (1) as they were constituted immediately 
before this Regulation comes into force shall be deemed 
to be established in accordance with this Regulation when 
this Regulation comes into force. 

Grants to French language colleges 

3. (1) It is a condition of the payment of legislative 
grants to a French language college that, except for 
instruction of English as a second language, 

(a) all programs and services offered by the college 
that are funded in whole or in part through provin- 



cial government general purpose operating grants 
shall be offered only in French; and 

(b) all programs and services delivered by the college 
on behalf of the provincial government shall be 
delivered only in French. 

(2) No English language college may provide French 
language programs and services, except for instruction of 
French as a second language, unless the college has 
entered into a joint agreement in writing with all of the 
French language colleges. 

(3) In this section, 

"English language college" means any college named in 
this Regulation other than a French language college; 

"French language college" means the college known as 
Collège d'arts appliqués et de technologie La Cité 
collégiale, the college known as Collège d'arts appli- 
qués et de technologie des Grands Lacs or the college 
known as Collège Boréal d'arts appliqués et de tech- 
nologie. 

Boards of Governors 

Composition of boards of governors 

4. (1) A board of governors of a college shall be com- 
posed of, 

(a) an even number of members, as established by the 
by-laws of the board of governors, but shall be 
composed of not less than 12 and not more than 20 
members exclusive of the president and members 
elected under clause (c); 

(b) the president of the college, by virtue of office, as a 
voting member; and 

(c) one student, one academic staff member, one 
administrative staff member and one support staff 
member, each of whom shall be elected by the stu- 
dents or by the relevant staff group. 

(2) The Council shall appoint the members of the 
board of governors of a college except the president, who 
is a member by virtue of office, and the members elected 
under clause (1) (c). 

(3) No member appointed under subsection (2) shall be 
an employee or a student or a spouse or same-sex partner 
of an employee or student of a college of applied arts and 
technology. 

(4) A college board of governors is not improperly 
constituted solely because the students or a staff group 
referenced in clause (1) (c) choose not to exercise the 
right to elect a member under clause (1 ) (c). 

(5) No person shall be a member of the college board 
of governors under clause (1) (c) unless the person is duly 
elected in accordance with procedures established by the 
board after consultation with the students and with the 
staff referenced in clause ( I ) (c) and set out in a by-law of 
the board. 

(6) A member of a board of governors appointed under 
subsection (2) or elected under clause (I) (c), other than a 
member elected by the students, shall hold office for a 
term not to exceed three years and shall not serve for 



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more than six years consecutively but is eligible for reap- 
pointment or re-election, as the case may be, after two 
years absence from the board for successive terms not to 
exceed six years in total. 

(7) A member of the board of governors elected by the 
students under clause (1) (c) shall hold office for a term 
not to exceed two years and shall not serve for more than 
four years consecutively but is eligible for re-election 
after two years absence from the board for successive 
terms not to exceed four years in total. 

(8) The members of a board of governors shall take 
office on the 1 st day of September in the year of their 
appointment or election, as the case may be. 

(9) For purposes of this section, 

"same-sex partner" means a same-sex partner within the 
meaning of section 29 of the Family Law Act; 
("partenaire de même sexe") and 

"spouse" means a spouse within the meaning of section 
29 of the Family Law Act. ("conjoint") 

Procedure for boards of governors 

5. (1) A quorum for a board of governors meeting is 
not less than two-thirds of the total board membership. 

(2) The board of governors shall, in accordance with 
its by-laws, annually or every two years elect a chair and 
vice-chair from among its members appointed under sub- 
section 4 (2) and the chair and vice-chair are eligible for 
re-election. 

(3) Each board of governors shall keep records and 
minutes of its proceedings that accurately reflect the pro- 
ceedings of the board. 

(4) Theby-lawsof a board of governors, 

(a) shall be open to examination by the public during 
the normal office hours of the college; and 

(b) wherever possible, shall be available to the public 
at no charge on a web site on the Internet. 

(5) Subject to subsections (6) and (7), all meetings of a 
board of governors shall be open to the public and prior 
notice of the meeting shall be given to the members of the 
board of governors and to the public in such manner as 
the board of governors by by-law shall determine, and no 
person shall be excluded from a meeting except for 
improper conduct as determined by the board of gover- 
nors. 

(6) Where a matter determined by a board of governors 
to be confidential to the college in accordance with crite- 
ria established by by-law is to be considered, the part of 
the meeting concerning such confidential matter may be 
closed to the public. 

(7) Where a matter of a personal nature concerning an 
individual may be considered at a meeting, the part of the 
meeting concerning such individual shall be closed to the 
public unless such individual requests and the board of 
governors agrees that that part of the meeting be open to 
the public. 



Removal of member 

6. ( 1 ) Every board of governors shall establish a by- 
law that sets out the reasons for removing a member from 
the board and the procedure that is to be followed in 
removing such a member. 

(2) A by-law made under subsection (1) does not apply 
to the president of the college who is a member of the 
board of governors by virtue of office. 

(3) The board of governors may remove a member 
from the board, other than the president, for a reason set 
out in the by-law established under subsection (1) and in 
accordance with the procedure set out in the by-law. 

(4) On application by the person, the Council may 
review a decision to remove the person from the board of 
governors. 

(5) The Council's review under subsection (4) is lim- 
ited to determining whether the removal was for a reason 
set out in the by-law established under subsection ( 1 ) and 
in accordance with procedure established in the by-law 
and does not include a review of whether the board of 
governors was correct in removing the member. 

(6) The decision of the Council under subsection (4) on 
whether the decision of the board was made for a reason 
set out in the by-law established under subsection ( 1 ) and 
in accordance with the procedure established in the by- 
law is fmal and binding. 

Vacancies 

7. ( 1 ) Where a vacancy occurs among the members of 
a board of governors elected under clause 4 (I) (c), the 
students or the staff referenced in clause 4(1) (c), as the 
case may be, shall in accordance with the by-law estab- 
lished under subsection 4 (5) elect a new member. 

(2) Where a vacancy occurs among the members of a 
board of governors appointed under subsection 4 (2), the 
Council shall appoint a person to fill the vacancy. 

(3) The term of a member elected under subsection (1) 
or appointed under subsection (2), 

(a) commences on the date of the election or appoint- 
ment, as the case may be; 

(b) subject to clause (c), shall be of the same length as 
a member appointed under subsection 4 (2) or 
elected under clause 4 (1) (c); and 

(c) shall terminate on August 31 of the year in which 
the term ends. 

(4) Where a person elected to the board under clause 4 
( I ) (c) ceases temporarily or permanently to be a student, 
academic staff member, adminisfrative staff member or 
support staff member, as the case may be, the person 
ceases to be a member of the board. 

(5) Despite subsection (4), a student elected under 
clause 4 (1) (c) who graduates prior to the expiration of 
the student's term may remain a member of the board 
until August 31 in the year of his or her graduation. 

Strategic plan, business plan and annual report 

8. (1) The board of governors of each college shall 
submit a strategic plan, a business plan and an annual 



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report or any combination of them as the Minister directs 
to the Minister. 

(2) The board ofgovemors of a college, 

(a) shall compile key performance indicators as identi- 
fied by the Minister and provide such indicators to 
the Minister or to another person as directed by the 
Minister; and 

(b) shall publish such indicators as may be required by 
the Minister. 

■ (3) The board of governors of a college shall ensure 
that a plan or report submitted under subsection (1) is 
available to the public. 

(4) The Minister may require a college to enter into an 
accountability agreement relating to the strategic plan to 
address such aspects of college operations as may be 
identified by the Minister. 

(5) The accountability agreement may recognize dif- 
ferentiation in college mandates or roles. 

Balanced budget 

9. (1) The board of governors of a college shall ensure 
that the college balances its budget every year. 

(2) If it appears that a college will not balance its 
budget in a year and that an accumulated deficit will 
occur, the board of governors of the college shall seek the 
Minister's approval in respect of the budget and shall 
provide the Minister with an appropriate recovery plan as 
directed by the Minister. 

Allowances for board members 

10. (1) A board of governors may approve allowances 
for board members for travelling and living expenses 
incurred by members while engaged in the business of the 
board, but members shall otherwise not be remunerated 
by the board for undertaking the responsibilities of a 
board member. 

(2) For the purposes of this section, a member of the 
board of governors of a college includes a member of a 
committee or sub-committee of the board. 



Admissions, Diplomas, etc. 



Admissions 



11. (1) A person who applies for admission to a pro- 
gram of instruction shall be considered for admission to 
an appropriate program of instruction if the person, 

(a) is the holder of an Ontario Secondary School 
Diploma or its equivalent; 

(b) is 19 years of age or older on or before the com- 
mencement of the program in which the student 
intends to enrol; or 

(c) does not meet the criteria set out in clauses (a) and 
(b) but is the holder of an admission requirement 
established by the board of governors for a specific 
program of instruction. 

(2) The requirement set out in subsection (1) may be 
subject to the criteria set out in the college's central 



admission publication with respect to a particular program 
of instruction. 

Categories of diplomas, etc. 

12. The categories of diplomas, certificates or other 
documents awarded by a board of governors attesting to 
the attendance or completion of a course or program of 
instruction are subject to the approval of the Minister. 

College Compensation and 
Appointments Council 

College Compensation and Appointments Council 

13. (1) A council known in English as the College 
Compensation and Appointments Council and in French 
as Conseil de la rémunération et des nominations dans les 
collèges is hereby established. 

(2) The Coimcil shall, 

(a) perform the duties assigned to it under the Colleges 
Collective Bargaining Act; 

(b) subject to subsection 6 (3) and clause 15 (1) (c), 
appoint members of college boards of governors 
pursuant to subsection 4 (2); 

(c) consider applications for review under subsection 6 
(4) from any person who is removed as a member 
from a college board of governors; 

(d) establish, in consultation with college boards of 
governors, the terms and conditions of insured 
benefit plans for college staff members whether or 
not they are members of bargaining units under the 
Colleges Collective Bargaining Act and shall be the 
policy holder for the benefit plans; and 

(e) perform such other duties as may be assigned to it 
from time to time by the Minister. 

(3) The Council shall be composed of such members as 
may be appointed to it by the Lieutenant Governor in 
Council. 

(4) The Council shall establish, on behalf of college 
boards of governors 'and in consultation with them, the 
terms and conditions of employment, except for insured 
benefit plans and pensions, for all administrative staff 
members who are not members of bargaining units imder 
the Colleges Collective Bargaining Act until the Minister 
accepts in writing a recommendation from a college board 
of governors that it establish the terms and conditions of 
employment for members of its own adminisfrative staff 
who are not members of bargaining units under the Col- 
leges Collective Bargaining Act 

(5) Despite a written acceptance from the Minister 
under subsection (4), a college shall not negotiate in 
respect of insured benefits and pensions. 

(6) Any terms and conditions of employment for 
administrative staff members of colleges who are not 
members of bargaining units under the Colleges Collec- 
tive Bargaining Act established by the Council of Regents 
immediately before the day this Regulation comes into 
force shall continue and shall bind the college that 
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case may be, establishes new terms and conditions of 
employment for such staff 

(7) Despite subsection (3), the members of the Council 
of Regents immediately before the day this Regulation 
comes into force shall be deemed to be the members of 
the Council on the same terms and subject to the same 
conditions as their appointments to the Council of 
Regents. 

Insured Benefits and College Pensions 

College of Applied Arts and Technology Pension Plan 

14. (1) All colleges shall participate in the College of 
Applied Arts and Technology Pension Plan established 
pursuant to the Sponsorship and Trust Agreement signed 
between December 19, 1994 and January 3, 1995 between 
the colleges and the Ontario Public Service Employees 
Union. 

(2) The Council shall be deemed to be the policy 
holder for any insured benefit plans for college staff 
members for which the Council of Regents was the policy 
holder immediately before the day this Regulation came 
into force. 

(3) All colleges shall participate in the insured benefits 
plans for college staff members for which the Council is 
the deemed policy holder under subsection (2) or which 
are established by the Council under clause 13 (2) (d). 

Minister's Intervention 

Minister's intervention 

15. (1) Where the Minister is of the opinion that an 
intervention into the affairs of a college under section 5 of 
the Act is necessary, the Minister may, 

(a) appoint a person to investigate the activities of the 
college and to advise the Minister whether, in his 
or her opinion, the appointment of an administrator 
is in the public interest and is needed to ensure that 
the college continues to provide service in accor- 
dance with applicable Acts and the regulations 
made under them and policy directives; 

(b) issue such policy directives under section 4 of the 
Act as the Minister considers advisable and require 
the board of governors to comply with the direc- 
tives within a specified period of time; 

(c) remove some or all board members appointed 
under subsection 4 (2) temporarily or permanently; 
and 

(d) appoint a person to temporarily administer the 
business and affairs of the college, subject to such 
conditions and restrictions as the Minister may 
impose upon the administrator. 

(2) If a college is subject to an investigation under 
clause (1) (a) or to administration under clause (1) (d), the 
investigator or administrator shall have access at all times 
to the records of the college including, but not limited to, 
the by-laws, minute books, books of account, vouchers 
and other records relating to the college's financial trans- 
actions. 



(3) An investigator appointed under clause (1 ) (a) or an 
administrator appointed under clause (1) (d) may inspect 
the records of the college and may copy the records. 

(4) Subject to any conditions or restrictions that the 
Minister may have imposed, the administrator has all of 
the powers of the board of governors of the college and 
may exercise them for the purpose of managing the busi- 
ness and affairs of the college, ensuring that the college 
carries out its objects and performing such other duties as 
may be specified by the Minister. 

(5) The board of governors of the college cannot exer- 
cise any of its powers, except powers that are explicitly 
reserved to it through conditions or restrictions imposed 
by the Minister on the administrator, while the admin- 
istrator holds office. 

(6) If a college is subject to administration under 
clause (1) (d), the actions taken by the administrator to 
manage the business and affairs of the college shall be 
deemed to have been done by and for the college and in 
its name. 

(7) The Minister may terminate the administrator's 
appointment when the Minister is satisfied that the 
appointment is no longer in the public interest or as the 
Minister otherwise considers appropriate. 

(8) The administrator shall report to the Minister as 
required by the Minister. 

(9) The Minister may issue directions to the adminis- 
trator with regard to any matter within the jurisdiction of 
the administrator and the administrator shall carry out the 
directions. 

(10) The Minister has exclusive jurisdiction over all 
matters arising under this section or out of the exercise by 
any person of the powers conferred under this section and 
the Minister's actions are determinative and are not sub- 
ject to review by a court. 

(11) The Statutory Powers Procedure Act does not 
apply to anything done by the Minister or by an adminis- 
trator under this section. 

(12) No proceeding shall be commenced against the 
Crown or the Minister with respect to the appointment of 
an administrator or investigator under this section. 

Immunity from liability 

16. (1) No action or Other proceeding for damages or 
otherwise shall be instituted against an administrator or 
investigator appointed under section 15 for any act done 
in good faith in the execution or intended execution of 
any duty or authority under this Regulation or for any 
alleged neglect or default in execution in good faith of 
any such duty or authority. 

(2) Subsection (1) does not, by reason of subsections 
5 (2) and (4) of the Proceedings Against the Crown Act, 
relieve the Crown of liability in respect of a tort commit- 
ted by an administrator or investigator to which the 
Crown would otherwise be subject and the Crown is 
liable under that Act for any such tort in the same manner 
as if subsection (1) had not been enacted. 



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Commencement 



DÉFINITIONS 



' Commencement 

17. This Regulation comes into force on the day 
section 8 of the Ontario Colleges of Applied Arts and 
Technology Act, 2002 is proclaimed in force. 

RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 34/03 

pris en application de la 

LOI DE 2002 SUR LES COLLÈGES D'ARTS 

APPLIQUÉS ET DE TECHNOLOGIE 

DE L'ONTARIO 

pris le 18 décembre 2002 
déposé le 1 1 février 2003 

DISPOSITIONS GÉNÉRALES 
SOMMAIRE 

DÉFINITIONS 

1. Définitions 

Collèges d'arts appliqués et de technologie 

2. Ouverture de collèges 

3. Subventions aux collèges de langue française 

Conseils d'administration 

4. Composition des conseils d'administration 

5. Procédure des conseils d'administration 
'■ 6. Révocation d'un membre 

7. Vacances 

8. Plan stratégique, plan d'activités et rapport annuel 

9. Équilibre budgétaire 

10. Indemnités des membres du conseil 

Admission, diplômes et autres 

1 1 . Admission 

12. Catégories de diplômes et autres 

Conseil de la rémunération et des nominations 

DANS les collèges 

13. Conseil de la rémunération et des nominations dans les 
collèges 

Avantages sociaux garantis et pensions 

\ 14. Régime de retraite des collèges d'arts appliqués et de 
technologie 

Intervention du ministre 

15. Intervention du ministre 

\\f). Immunité 

Entrée en vigueur 
l7. Entrée en vigueur 



Définitions 

1. Les définitions qui suivent s'appliquent au présent 
règlement. 

«Conseil» Le Conseil de la rémunération et des nomi- 
nations dans les collèges créé en application de 
l'ailicle 13. («Council») 

«Conseil des affaires collégiales» Le Conseil des affaires 
collégiales créé en application de l'article 5 de la Loi 
sur le ministère de la Formation et des Collèges et Uni- 
versités. («Council of Regents») 

«étudiant» Personne inscrite à un cours ou un programme 
d'enseignement dans un collège, («student») 

«membre du corps enseignant» Personne employée par le 
conseil d'administration à titre d'enseignant, de con- 
seiller ou de bibliothécaire, («academic staff member») 

«membre du persormel administratif» Personne qui est 
employée par le conseil d'administration et qui n'est ni 
un membre du corps enseignant, ni un membre du per- 
sonnel de soutien, ni un étudiant, («administrative staff 
member») 

«membre du persormel de soutien» Personne employée 
par le conseil d'administration à titre de membre du 
personnel de bureau, de secrétariat, technique, des soins 
de santé, d'entretien, du service des bâtiments, d'expé- 
dition, du transport, de cafétéria ou de garderie, («sup- 
port staff member») 

«programme d'enseignement» Groupe de cours connexes 
qui mènent à l'obtention d'un diplôme, d'un certificat 
ou d'un autre document décerné par le conseil d'admi- 
nistration, («program of instruction») 

Collèges d'arts appliqués et de technologie 

Ouverture de collèges 

2. (1) Sont ouverts les collèges suivants : 

1 . L'Algonquin College of Applied Arts and Techno- 
logy. 

2. Le Cambrian College of Applied Arts and Techno- 
logy. 

3. Le Canadore College of Applied Arts and Techno- 
logy. 

4. Le Centennial College of Applied Arts and Tech- 
nology. 

5. Le Collège Boréal d'arts appliqués et de technolo- 
gie. 

6. Le Collège d'arts appliqués et de technologie 
La Cité collégiale. 

7. Le Collège d'arts appliqués et de technologie des 
Grands Lacs. 

8. Le Conestoga College Institute of Technology and 
Advanced Learning. 

9. Le Confederation College of Applied Arts and 
Technology. 



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10. Le Durham College of Applied Arts and Techno- 
logy. 

11. Le Fanshawe College of Applied Arts and Techno- 
logy. 

12. Le George Brown College of Applied Arts and 
Technology. 

13. Le Georgian College of Applied Arts and Techno- 
logy. 

14. Le Humber College Institute of Technology and 
Advanced Learning. 

15. Le Lambton College of Applied Arts and Techno- 
logy. 

16. Le Loyalist College of Applied Arts and Technolo- 
gy- 

1 7. Le Mohawk College of Applied Arts and Techno- 
logy. 

18. Le Niagara College of Applied Arts and Technolo- 
gy- 

19. Le Northern College of Applied Arts and Techno- 
logy. 

20. Le St. Clair College of Applied Arts and Techno- 
logy. 

21. Le St. Lawrence College of Applied Arts and 
Technology. 

22. Le Sault College of Applied Arts and Technology. 

23. Le Sheridan College Institute of Technology and 
Advanced Learning. 

24. Le Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technolo- 
gy- 

25. Le Sir Sandford Fleming College of Applied Arts 
and Technology. 

(2) Les conseils d'administration des collèges visés au 
paragraphe (1), tels qu'ils étaient constitués immédiate- 
ment avant l'entrée en vigueur du présent règlement, sont 
réputés être constitués conformément au présent règle- 
ment au moment de son entrée en vigueur. 

Subventions aux collèges de langue française 

3. (1) Sauf pour l'enseignement de l'anglais langue 
seconde, le versement de subventions générales à un col- 
lège de langue française est assujetti aux conditions sui- 
vantes : 

a) les programmes et services offerts par le collège 
qui sont fmancés en tout ou en partie par des sub- 
ventions de fonctionnement à des fins générales 
octroyées par le gouvernement provincial ne sont 
offerts qu'en français; 

b) les programmes et services offerts par le collège 
pour le compte du gouvernement provincial ne sont 
offerts qu'en français. 

(2) Sauf pour l'enseignement du français langue se- 
conde, nul collège de langue anglaise ne peut offrir de 
programmes et de services en français à moins d'avoir 
conclu une entente mixte écrite avec tous les collèges de 
langue française. 



(3) Les définitions qui suivent s'appliquent au présent 
article. 

«collège de langue anglaise» Tout collège mentionné dans 
le présent règlement qui n'est pas un collège de langue 
française. («English language college») 

«collège de langue française» Le Collège d'arts appliqués 
et de technologie La Cité collégiale, le Collège d'arts 
appliqués et de technologie des Grands Lacs ou le Col- 
lège Boréal d'arts appliqués et de technologie. («French 
language college») 

CONSEILS D'ADMINISTRATION 

Composition des conseils d'administration 

4. (1) Le conseil d'administration d'un collège se 
compose des personnes suivantes : 

a) un nombre pair de membres fixé par règlement 
administratif du conseil d'adminisfration et com- 
pris enfre 12 et 20, sans compter le président et les 
membres élus en application de l'alinéa c); 

b) le président du collège, d'office, en qualité de 
membre avec voix deliberative; 

c) un étudiant, un membre du corps enseignant, un 
membre du personnel adminisfratif et un membre 
du personnel de soutien, dont chacun est élu par le 
groupe pertinent. 

(2) Le Conseil nomme les membres du conseil d'admi- 
nisfration d'un collège, à l'exception du président, qui est 
membre d'office, et des membres élus en application de 
l'alinéa (l)c). 

(3) Nul membre nommé en application du paragraphe 
(2) ne peut êfre un employé, un étudiant ou le conjoint ou 
partenaire de même sexe d'un employé ou d'un étudiant 
d'un collège d'arts appliqués et de technologie. 

(4) Le conseil d'adminisfration d'un collège n'est pas 
constitué de façon irrégulière pour la seule raison qu'un 
groupe visé à l'alinéa (1) c) choisit de ne pas exercer son 
droit d'élire un membre en application de cet alinéa. 

(5) Nul ne peut devenir membre du conseil d'admi- 
nisfration d'un collège en application de l'alinéa (1) c) 
sans êfre dûment élu conformément aux modalités éta- 
blies par le conseil d'adminisfration après consultation 
des groupes visés à l'alinéa (1) c) et énoncées dans un 
règlement adminisfratif du conseil d'adminisfration. 

(6) Le membre d'un conseil d'adminisfration qui est 
nommé en application du paragraphe (2) ou élu en appli- 
cation de l'alinéa (1) c), à l'exception d'un membre élu 
par les étudiants, occupe sa charge pour un mandat d'au 
plus frois ans et ne peut pas siéger pendant plus de six 
années consécutives, mais peut êfre nommé de nouveau 
ou réélu, selon le cas, après deux années d'absence du 
conseil pour des mandats successifs totalisant au plus six 
ans. 

(7) Le membre du conseil d'adminisfration élu par les 
étudiants en application de l'alinéa (1) c) occupe sa 
charge pour un mandat d'au plus deux ans et ne peut pas 
siéger pendant plus de quafre années consécutives mais 
peut êfre réélu après deux années d'absence du conseil, 
pour des mandats successifs totalisant au plus quafre ans. 



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(8) Les membres d'un conseil d'administration com- 
mencent à exercer leurs fonctions le l" septembre de 
l'année de leur nomination ou de leur élection, selon le 
cas. 

(9) Les définitions qui suivent s'appliquent au présent 
article. 

«conjoint» S'entend au sens de l'article 29 de la Loi sur le 
droit de la famille, («spouse») 

«partenaire de même sexe» S'entend au sens de l'article 
29 de la Loi sur le droit de la famille, («same-sex part- 
ner») 

Procédure des conseils d'administration 

5. (1) Les deux tiers au moins de l'ensemble des 
membres d'un conseil d'administration constituent le quo- 
rum lors des réunions du conseil. 

(2) Chaque année ou tous les deux ans, le conseil 
d'administration élit conformément à ses règlements ad- 
ministratifs, parmi ses membres nommés en application 
du paragraphe 4 (2), un président et un vice-président, 
lesquels peuvent être réélus. 

(3) Chaque conseil d'administration tient des registres 
et des procès-verbaux qui reflètent fidèlement ses délibé- 
rations. 

(4) Les règlements administratifs d'un conseil d'admi- 
nistration : 

a) sont accessibles au public à des fins d'examen 
pendant les heures de bureau normales du collège; 

b) dans la mesure du possible, sont mis à la disposi- 
tion du public sans Irais sur un site Web d'Internet. 

(5) Sous réserve des paragraphes (6) et (7), toutes les 
réunions d'un conseil d'administration sont publiques et 
un avis préalable de la réunion doit être dorme aux mem- 
bres du conseil d'administration et au public de la façon 
que le conseil d'administration précise par règlement ad- 
ministratif Nul ne doit en être exclu si ce n'est pour une 
conduite irrégulière jugée telle par le conseil d'admini- 
stration. 

(6) Si une question que le conseil d'administration juge 
devoir rester confidentielle pour le collège conformément 
aux critères établis par règlement administratif doit être 
examinée, la partie de la réunion concernant cette ques- 
tion confidentielle peut être tenue à huis clos. 

(7) Si une question d'ordre personnel concernant un 
particulier sera peut-être examinée à une réunion, la partie 
de la réunion concernant ce particulier est tenue à huis 
clos, à moins que le particulier ne fasse une demande à 
l'effet contraire et que le conseil d'administration n'y 
consente. 

Révocation d'un membre 

6. (1) Les conseils d'administration adoptent un rè- 
glement administratif qui énonce les raisons pour lesquel- 
les un membre peut être révoqué et la procédure à suivre 
en pareil cas. 

(2) Le règlement administratif adopté en application du 
paragraphe (1) ne s'applique pas au président du collège, 
qui est membre d'office du conseil d'administration. 



(3) Le conseil d'administration peut révoquer un de ses 
membres, à l'exception du président, pour un motif énon- 
cé dans le règlement administratif adopté en application 
du paragraphe (1) et conformément à la procédure qui y 
est énoncée. 

(4) À la demande d'une personne, le Conseil peut ré- 
examiner une décision de révoquer celle-ci de ses fonc- 
tions de membre du conseil d'administration. 

(5) Le réexamen par le Conseil prévu au paragraphe 
(4) est limité à la question de savoir si la révocation s'est 
faite pour un motif énoncé dans le règlement administratif 
adopté en application du paragraphe (1) et conformément 
à la procédure qui y est énoncée et ne comprend pas 
d'examen de la question de savoir si la décision du 
conseil d'administration de révoquer le membre était bien 
fondée. 

(6) La décision que prend le Conseil en vertu du para- 
graphe (4) quant à la question de savoir si la décision du 
conseil d'administration a été prise pour un motif énoncé 
dans le règlement administratif adopté en application du 
paragraphe (1) et conformément à la procédure qui y est 
énoncée est définitive. 

Vacances 

7. (1) Si une vacance survient parmi les membres d'un 
conseil d'administration élus en application de l'alinéa 4 
(1) c), les groupes visés à cet alinéa élisent un nouveau 
membre conformément au règlement administratif adopté 
en application du paragraphe 4 (5). 

(2) Si une vacance survient parmi les membres d'un 
conseil d'administration nommés en application du para- 
graphe 4 (2), le Conseil nomme une personne afin de 
combler la vacance. 

(3) Le mandat d'un membre élu en application du pa- 
ragraphe ( 1 ) ou nommé en application du paragraphe (2) : 

a) commence à la date de l'élection ou de la nomina- 
tion, selon le cas; 

b) sous réserve de l'alinéa c), a la même durée que 
celui d'un membre nommé en application du para- 
graphe 4 (2) ou élu en application de l'alinéa 4(1) 

c); 

c) se termine le 3 1 août de l'année pendant laquelle il 
prend fin. 

(4) La personne élue à un conseil d'administration en 
application de l'alinéa 4 (1) c) qui cesse de façon tempo- 
raire ou permanente d'être un étudiant, un membre du 
corps enseignant, un membre du personnel administratif 
ou un membre du personnel de soutien, selon le cas, cesse 
d'être membre du conseil. 

(5) Malgré le paragraphe (4), l'étudiant élu en applica- 
tion de l'alinéa 4 (I) c) qui obtient son diplôme avant la 
fin de son mandat peut demeurer membre du conseil 
d'administration jusqu'au 31 août de l'année d'obtention 
de son diplôme. 

Plan stratégique, plan d'activités et rapport annuel 

8. (1) Le conseil d'administration de chaque collège 
présente au ministre un plan stratégique, un plan d'acti- 



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vités et un rapport annuel ou toute combinaison de ceux- 
ci que le ministre demande. 

(2) Le conseil d'administration d'un collège : 

a) d'une part, compile les indicateurs de rendement 
clés que précise le ministre et les fournit à celui-ci 
ou à une autre personne conformément aux directi- 
ves du ministre; 

b) d'autre part, publie les indicateurs qu'exige le mi- 
nistre. 

(3) Le conseil d'administration d'un collège veille à ce 
qu'un plan ou un rapport présenté en application du para- 
graphe (1) soit mis à la disposition du public. 

(4) Le ministre peut exiger d'un collège qu'il conclue 
une entente de responsabilisation concernant le plan stra- 
tégique afin de traiter des aspects du fonctionnement du 
collège que précise le ministre. 

(5) L'entente de responsabilisation peut permettre des 
distinctions entre les mandats ou les rôles des différents 
collèges. 

Équilibre budgétaire 

9. (1) Le conseil d'administration d'un collège veille à 
ce que ce dernier ait un budget équilibré pour chaque 
exercice. 

(2) S'il semble que le budget d'un collège ne sera pas 
équilibré au cours d'un exercice et qu'un déficit sera 
accumulé, le conseil d'administration du collège demande 
l'approbation du ministre à l'égard du budget et lui four- 
nit un plan de redressement approprié conformément à ses 
directives. 

Indemnités des membres du conseil 

10. (1) Un conseil d'administration peut approuver des 
indemnités pour les frais de déplacement et de subsistance 
engagés par les membres dans l'exercice d'une fonction 
officielle. Toutefois, ceux-ci ne doivent pas recevoir 
d'autre rémunération du conseil d'administration pour 
avoir assumé les responsabilités d'un membre du conseil. 

(2) Pour l'application du présent article, le membre du 
conseil d'adminisfration d'un collège comprend le mem- 
bre d'un comité ou d'un sous-comité de celui-ci. 



Admission, diplômes et autres 



Admission 



11. (1) Est candidate à l'admission à un programme 
d'enseignement approprié la personne qui fait une de- 
mande d'admission à un programme d'enseignement et 
qui remplit l'une des conditions suivantes : 

a) elle est titulaire du diplôme d'études secondaires de 
l'Ontario ou d'un diplôme équivalent; 

b) elle a au moins 19 ans au commencement du pro- 
gramme auquel elle entend s'inscrire; 

c) elle ne satisfait pas aux critères énoncés aux alinéas 
a) et b), mais remplit une condition d'admission 
établie par le conseil d'adminisfration pour un pro- 
gramme d'enseignement particulier. 



(2) La condition prévue au paragraphe (1) peut être 
subordonnée aux critères énoncés dans la publication 
générale du collège sur les admissions à l'égard d'un pro- 
gramme d'enseignement particulier. 

Catégories de diplômes et autres 

12. Les catégories de diplômes, de certificats ou aufres 
documents qui sont décernés par un conseil d'admi- 
nistration et qui attestent qu'une personne a suivi ou réus- 
si un cours ou un programme d'enseignement sont subor- 
données à l'approbation du minisfre. 

Conseil de la rémunération et des 
nominations dans les collèges 

Conseil de la rémunération et des nominations dans les collèges 

13. (1) Est créé le conseil appelé Conseil de la rému- 
nération et des nominations dans les collèges en français 
et College Compensation and Appointments Council en 
anglais. 

(2) Le Conseil : 

a) exerce les fonctions que lui attribue la Loi sur la 
négociation collective dans les collèges; 

b) sous réserve du paragraphe 6 (3) et de l'alinéa 15 
(1) c), nomme les membres des conseils d'admini- 
stration des collèges conformément au paragraphe 
4(2); 

c) étudie les demandes de réexamen, prévues au para- 
graphe 6 (4), que présentent les personnes qui sont 
révoquées de leurs fonctions de membre du conseil 
d'administration d'un collège; 

d) fixe, en consultation avec les conseils d'admini- 
sfration des collèges, les conditions des régimes 
d'avantages sociaux garantis pour les membres du 
personnel des collèges, qu'ils soient ou non mem- 
bres d'unités de négociation au sens de la Loi sur 
la négociation collective dans les collèges, et joue 
le rôle de souscripteur pour ces régimes; 

e) exerce les autres fonctions que lui atfribue le minis- 
tre. 

(3) Le Conseil se compose des membres qu'y nomme 
le lieutenant-gouverneur en conseil. 

(4) Le Conseil fixe, pour le compte des conseils 
d'adminisfration des collèges et en consultation avec eux, 
les conditions d'emploi, à l'exception des régimes d'avan- 
tages sociaux garantis et des pensions, de tous les mem- 
bres du personnel adminisfratif qui ne sont pas membres 
d'unités de négociation au sens de la Loi sur la négocia- 
tion collective dans les collèges, jusqu'à ce que le minis- 
tre accepte par écrit une recommandation du conseil 
d'administration d'un collège dans laquelle il lui demande 
que celui-ci fixe lui-même les conditions d'emploi pour 
les membres de son personnel adminisfratif qui ne sont 
pas membres de telles unités de négociation. 

(5) Même s'il a reçu l'acceptation écrite du minisfre 
prévue au paragraphe (4), un collège ne doit pas négocier 
les avantages sociaux garantis et les pensions. 

(6) Les conditions d'emploi des membres du personnel 
adminisfratif d'un collège qui ne sont pas membres 



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d'unités de négociation au sens de la Loi sur la négocia- 
tion collective dans les collèges établies par le Conseil des 
affaires collégiales immédiatement avant le jour de 
l'entrée en vigueur du présent règlement sont maintenues 
et lient le collège qui emploie ces membres du personnel 
jusqu'à ce que le Conseil ou le collège, selon le cas, fixe 
pour eux de nouvelles conditions d'emploi. 

(7) Malgré le paragraphe (3), les membres du Conseil 
des affaires collégiales en poste immédiatement avant le 
jour de l'entrée en vigueur du présent règlement sont 
réputés être les membres du Conseil pour les mêmes 
mandats et aux mêmes conditions que pour leur nomina- 
tion au Conseil des affaires collégiales. 

AVANTAGES SOCIAUX GARANTIS ET PENSIONS 
Régime de retraite des collèges d'arts appliqués et de technologie 

14. (I) Tous les collèges participent au régime de re- 
traite des collèges d'arts appliqués et de technologie créé 
conformément à l'accord intitulé «Sponsorship and Trust 
Agreement» signé entre le 1 9 décembre 1 994 et le 3 jan- 
vier 1995 par les collèges et le Syndicat des employées et 
employés de la fonction publique de l'Ontario. 

(2) Le Conseil est réputé le souscripteur pour tout ré- 
gime d'avantages sociaux garantis des membres du per- 
sonnel des collèges dont le Conseil des affaires collégiales 
était le souscripteur immédiatement avant le jour de 
l'entrée en vigueur du présent règlement. 

(3) Tous les collèges participent aux régimes d'avan- 
tages sociaux garantis des membres du personnel des col- 
lèges dont le Conseil est réputé le souscripteur en applica- 
tion du paragraphe (2) ou qui sont fixés par le Conseil en 
application de l'alinéa 13 (2) d). 

Intervention du ministre 

I Intervention du ministre 

15. (I) S'il est d'avis qu'une intervention dans les 
affaires d'un collège en vertu de l'article 5 de la Loi est 
nécessaire, le ministre peut faire ce qui suit : 

a) nommer une personne afin d'enquêter sur les acti- 
vités du collège et d'aviser le ministre si, selon elle, 
la nomination d'un administrateur est dans l'intérêt 
public et est nécessaire pour faire en sorte que le 
collège continue à offrir des services conformé- 
ment aux lois applicables et à leurs règlements 
d'application ainsi qu'aux directives en matière de 
politique; 

b) donner, en vertu de l'article 4 de la Loi, les directi- 
ves en matière de politique qu'il estime appropriées 
et exiger que le conseil d'administration s'y con- 
forme dans un délai déterminé; 

c) révoquer de façon temporaire ou permanente cer- 
tains ou la totalité des membres du conseil d'admi- 
nistration nommés en application du paragraphe 
4(2); 

d) nommer une personne pour administrer temporai- 
rement les activités commerciales et les affaires 
internes du collège, sous réserve des conditions et 
des restrictions qu'impose le ministre à l'adminis- 
trateur. 



(2) Si un collège fait l'objet d'une enquête en vertu de 
l'alinéa (1) a) ou est administré en vertu de l'alinéa (1) d), 
l'enquêteur ou l'administrateur a accès en tout temps aux 
registres du collège et notamment aux règlements admi- 
nistratifs, aux procès-verbaux, aux livres comptables, aux 
pièces justificatives et aux autres registres liés aux opéra- 
tions financières du collège. 

(3) L'enquêteur nommé en vertu de l'alinéa (1) a) ou 
l'administrateur nommé en vertu de l'alinéa (I) d) peut 
inspecter les registres du collège et en faire des copies. 

(4) Sous réserve des conditions ou des restrictions que 
le ministre peut avoir imposées, l'administrateur dispose 
de tous les pouvoirs du conseil d'administration du col- 
lège et peut les exercer pour la gestion des activités com- 
merciales et des affaires internes du collège, la réalisation 
des objets du collège et l'exercice des autres fonctions 
que précise le ministre. 

(5) Le conseil d'administration du collège ne peut pas 
exercer ses pouvoirs, à l'exception des pouvoirs qui lui 
sont explicitement réservés par les conditions ou restric- 
tions imposées par le ministre à l'administrateur, pendant 
que ce dernier est en fonction. 

(6) Si un collège est administré en vertu de l'alinéa (1) 
d), les mesures prises par l'administrateur en vue de gérer 
les activités commerciales et les affaires internes du col- 
lège sont réputées avoir été prises par et pour ce dernier et 
en son nom. 

(7) Le ministre peut mettre fin à la nomination de 
l'administrateur s'il est convaincu que celle-ci n'est plus 
dans l'intérêt public ou qu'il l'estime approprié. 

(8) L'administrateur fait au ministre les rapports 
qu'exige celui-ci. 

(9) Le ministre peut donner des directives à l'admini- 
strateur en ce qui concerne toute question qui relève de la 
compétence de l'administrateur et celui-ci doit les suivre. 

(10) Le ministre a compétence exclusive pour toute 
question qui découle du présent article ou de l'exercice 
par quiconque des pouvoirs que lui confère celui-ci, et ses 
actes sont déterminants et ne sont pas susceptibles de 
révision par un tribunal. 

(11) La Loi sur l'exercice des compétences légales ne 
s'applique pas aux actes accomplis par le ministre ou par 
un administrateur en application du présent article. 

(12) Aucune instance ne peut être introduite contre la 
Couronne ou le ministre en ce qui concerne la nomination 
d'un administrateur ou d'un enquêteur en vertu du présent 
article. 

Immunité 

16. (1) Sont irrecevables les actions ou autres instan- 
ces en dommages-intérêts ou autres introduites contre un 
administrateur ou un enquêteur nommé en vertu de 
l'article 15 pour un acte accompli de bonne foi dans 
l'exercice effectif ou censé tel des fonctions ou des pou- 
voirs que lui attribue le présent règlement ou pour une 
négligence ou un manquement qu'il aurait commis dans 
l'exercice de bonne foi de ces fonctions ou pouvoirs. 

(2) Malgré les paragraphes 5 (2) et (4) de la Loi sur les 
instances introduites contre la Couronne, le paragraphe 



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(1) ne dégage pas la Couronne de la responsabilité qu'elle 
serait autrement tenue d'assumer à l'égard d'un délit civil 
commis par un administrateur ou un enquêteur. La Cou- 
ronne est tenue responsable de ce délit civil en application 
de cette loi comme si le paragraphe (1) n'avait pas été 
adopté. 

ENTRÉE EN VIGUEUR 

Entrée en vigueur 

17. Le présent règlement entre en vigueur le jour où 
l'article 8 de la Loi de 2002 sur les collèges d'arts appli- 
qués et de technologie de l'Ontario est proclamé en 
vigueur. 

9/03 



ONTARIO REGULATION 35/03 

made under the 

MINISTRY OF TRAINING, COLLEGES 
AND UNIVERSITIES ACT 

Made: December 2, 2002 

Approved: December 18, 2002 

Filed: February 11,2003 

Revoking Reg. 770 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology — 
Boards of Governors and Council of Regents) 

1. Regulation 770 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 and Ontario Regulations 338/91, 682/93, 
683/93, 84/00 and 27/02 are revoked. 

2. This Regulation comes into force on the day that 
section 8 of the Ontario Colleges of Applied Arts and 
Technology Act, 2002 comes into force. 

DiANNE Cunningham 
Minister of Training, Colleges and Universities 



Dated on December 2, 2002. 



RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 35/03 

pris en application de la 

LOI SUR LE MINISTÈRE DE LA 

FORMATION ET DES COLLÈGES 

ET UNIVERSITÉS 

pris le 2 décembre 2002 

approuvé le 1 8 décembre 2002 

déposé le 1 1 février 2003 

abrogeant le Régi. 770 des R.R.O. de 1990 
(Collèges d'arts appliqués et de technologie — Conseils 
d'administration et Conseil des affaires collégiales) j 

1. Le Règlement 770 des Règlements refondus de 
l'Ontario de 1990 et les Règlements de l'Ontario 
338/91, 682/93, 683/93, 84/00 et 27/02 sont abrogés. 

2. Le présent règlement entre en vigueur le même 
jour que l'article 8 de la Loi de 2002 sur les collèges 
d'arts appliqués et de technologie de l'Ontario. 

DiANNE Cunningham 
Ministre de la Formation et des Collèges et Universités 



Fait le 2 décembre 2002. 
9/03 

ONTARIO REGULATION 36/03 

made under die 

MINISTRY OF TRAINING, COLLEGES 
AND UNIVERSITIES ACT 

Made: December 2, 2002 

Approved: December 1 8, 2002 

Filed: February 11,2003 

Revoking Reg. 771 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology — Colleges) 

1. Regulation 771 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 and Ontario Regulations 207/91, 684/93, 
468/94, 655/94, 390/95, 26/02 and 33/03 are revoked. 

2. This Regulation comes into force on the day that 
section 8 of the Ontario Colleges of Applied Arts and 
Technology Act, 2002 comes into force. 

DiANNE Cunningham 
Minister of Training, Colleges and Universities 

Dated on December 2, 2002 
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ONTARIO REGULATION 37/03 

i made under the 

ELECTRICITY ACT, 1998 

Made: February 7, 2003 
Filed: February 11,2003 

Amending O. Reg. 124/02 

(Taxes and Charges on Hydro-Electric 

Generating Stations) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 124/02 has not previously been 
amended. 

1. Section 2 of Ontario Regulation 124/02 is 
amended by striliing out "from January 1, 2001 to the 
day before the day subsection 26 (1) of the Act comes 
into force" and substituting "beginning on January 1, 
2001 and ending on December 31, 2003". 

2. Subsection 7 (6) of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "Until subsection 26 (1) of the Act comes 
into force" at the beginning. 

3. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come 
into force on April 30, 2002. 

Janet Ecker 
Minister of Finance 



Dated on February 7, 2003. 
9/03 



ONTARIO REGULATION 38/03 

made under the 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: December 1 1 , 2002 
Filed: February 11,2003 

Amending Reg. 6 1 of R.R.O. 1 990 
(Safety Helmets) 

Note: Regulation 610 has previously been amended. 
Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regu- 
lations published in The Ontario Gazette dated 
January 18,2003. 

1. (1) Paragraphs 1 to 9 of subsection 4 (1) of Regu- 
lation 610 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 
are revoked and the following substituted: 

1. Canadian Standards Association CAN/CSA 
Dl 13.2-M89 (Cycling Helmets). 

2. Snell Memorial Foundation B-95 (1995 Standard 
for Protective Headgear for Use with Bicycles). 

3. Snell Memorial Foundation B-90 (1990 Standard 
for Protective Headgear for Use in Bicycling). 



4. Snell Memorial Foundation B-90S (1994 Supple- 
mentary Standard for Protective Headgear for Use 
with Bicycles). 

5. American National Standards Institute ANSI 
Z90.4-1984 (American National Standard for Pro- 
tective Headgear for Bicyclists). 

6. American Society for Testing and Materials ASTM 
F 1447-94 (Standard Specification for Protective 
Headgear Used in Bicycling). 

7. British Standards Institute BS 6863:1989 (British 
Standard Specification for Pedal Cyclists' Hel- 
mets). 

8. Standards Association of Australia AS 2063.2- 
1990 (Part 2: Helmets for Pedal Cyclists). 

9. Snell Memorial Foundation N-94 (1994 Standard 
for Protective Headgear: for Use in Non-Motorized 
Sports). 

10. United States Consimier Product Safety Commis- 
sion (CPSC) 16 CFR Part 1203 Safety Standards 
for Bicycle Helmets. 

(2) Subsection 4 (3) of the Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted: 

(3) A reference to a standard in subsection (1) includes 
any amendments made to the standard, whether made 
before or after February 1 1, 2003. 

9/03 



ONTARIO REGULATION 39/03 

made under the 

ARTHUR WISHART ACT 
(FRANCHISE DISCLOSURE), 2000 

Made: February 10,2003 
Filed: February 13,2003 

AmendingO. Reg. 9/01 

(Exemption of Franchisors under 

Subsection 13 (1) of the Act) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 9/01 has previously been 
amended. Those amendments are listed in the 
Table of Regulations published in The Ontario 
Gazette dated January 1 8, 2003. 

1. Section 1 of Ontario Regulation 9/01 is amended 
by adding the following items: 

Groupe Cantrex Inc. 

The Second Cup Ltd. 

Timothy Hudak 
Minister of Consumer and Business Services 



Dated on February 10, 2003. 
9/03 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 40/03 

made under the 

FARM PRODUCTS MARKETING ACT 

Made: February 11,2003 
Filed: February 14, 2003 

Amending Reg. 400 of R.R.O. 1990 
(By-laws for Local Boards) 

Note: Regulation 400 has previously been amended. 
Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regu- 
lations published in The Ontario Gazette dated 
January 18,2003. 

1. (1) Section 5 of Regulation 400 of the Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990 Is amended by adding 
the following subsection: 

(0.1) This section does not apply to the Ontario Green- 
house Vegetable Growers. 

(2) Subsection 5 (1.1) of the Regulation is amended 
by striking out "except for the Ontario Greenhouse 
Vegetable Growers". 

2. Section 6 of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

6. A quorum for the transaction of business of a local 
board shall be, 

(a) a majority of the members of the local board, 
except in the case of the Ontario Greenhouse Vege- 
table Growers; 

(b) the chair or acting chair, together with eight of the 
voting members of the local board, in the case of 
the Ontario Greenhouse Vegetable Growers. 

3. Subsection 12 (2) of the Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted: 

(2) Despite subsection (1), a question arising at a meet- 
ing of Ontario Greenhouse Vegetable Growers shall be 
decided by a two-thirds majority of the votes of the voting 
members present. 

4. Subsection 13 (2) of the Regulation is amended 
by adding "of the votes of the voting members" after 
"two-thirds majority". 

Ontario Farm Products Marketing Commission: 



Rod Stork 
Chair 



Patricia Bany 
Acting Secretary 



1 

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Dated on February 1 1, 2003. 
9/03 



ONTARIO REGULATION 41/03 ■ 

made under the 1 

FARM PRODUCTS MARKETING ACT ^ 

Made: February 11,2003 

Approved: February 13, 2003 

Filed: February 14, 2003 

Amending Reg. 418 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Greenhouse Vegetables — Plan) ^ 

Note: Regulation 418 has previously been amended. 
Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regu- 
lations published in The Ontario Gazette dated 
January 18,2003. 

1. (1) Section 5 ofthe Schedule to Regulation 418 of 
the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is revoked 
and the following substituted: , 

5. (1) The local board shall be composed of, 

(a) 10 voting members elected or appointed in accor- 
dance with sections 11,13 and 14; and 

(b) a chair whom the Commission shall appoint. 

(2) The chair holds office at the pleasure of the Com- 
mission and shall not have any voting rights. 

(3) When present, the chair shall preside at all meet- 
ings ofthe local board. 

(4) The Commission may appoint an acting chair who 
shall act in place ofthe chair during the chair's absence or 
inability to act. 

(5) The members of the local board from District 1 as 
described in section 6 shall elect a vice-chair from among 
themselves and the members ofthe local board from Dis- 
trict 2 as described in that section shall elect a vice-chair 
from among themselves. 

(6) The vice-chairs shall hold office until their succes- 
sors are elected. 

(7) The elections of vice-chairs shall take place at the 
first meeting of the local board over which the chair 
appointed by the Commission presides and annually after 
that at the first meeting after each election of members 
under section 1 1 or appointment of members under sec- 
tion 13, as the case may be. 

(8) The chair and the vice-chair ofthe local board who 
were in office immediately before Ontario Regulation 
41/03 comes into force shall continue to hold office until 
the Commission appoints a chair under clause (1) (b). 

(2) Section 9 of the Schedule to the Regulation is 
amended by striking out the portion before paragraph 
1 and substituting the following: 

9. Except in the case ofthe chair or the acting chair of 
the local board, the following rules apply with respect to 
being eligible to hold office on the local board or a Dis- 
frict Greenhouse Vegetable Producers' Committee, to 
voting to elect members to them or to appointing mem- 
bers to them: 



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(3) Subsections 11 (1), (2) and (3) of the Schedule to 
the Regulation are revoked and the following substi- 
tuted: 

(1) Members of the local board who were in office 
immediately before Ontario Regulation 41/03 comes into 
force shall continue to hold office until their term of of- 
fice expires. 

(4) Subsection 1 1 (4) of the Schedule to the Regula- 
tion is amended by striking out "Beginning with 
1999". 

Ontario Farm Products Marketing Commission: 



Rod Stork 
Chair 



Patricia Bany 
Acting Secretary 



Dated on February 1 1, 2003. 



Approved by: 

Helen Joanne Johns 

Minister of Agriculture and Food 



Dated on February 13, 2003. 
9/03 



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Publications under the Regulations Act 
Publications en vertu de la Loi sur les règlements 

2003—03—08 

ONTARIO REGULATION 42/03 

made under the 
PROVINCIAL OFFENCES ACT 

Made: December 11,2002 
Filed: February 17,2003 

Amending Reg. 950 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Proceedings Commenced by Certificate of Offence) 

Note: Regulation 950 has previously been amended. 
Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regu- 
lations published in The Ontario Gazette dated 
January 18,2003. 

1. Schedule 6.1 to Regulation 950 of the Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted: 

SCHEDULE 6.1 

Ontario Regulation 361/98 
under the Environmental Protection Act 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


1. 

2. 

3. 

4. 

5. 

6. 

7. 

8. 

9. 
10. 
11. 
12. 
13. 
14. 
15. 
16. 
17. 
18. 
19. 
20. 
21. 
22. 
23. 
24. 
25. 
26. 
27. 
28. 
29. 
30. 
31. 


Use leaded gasoline to operate motor vehicle with catalytic converter 

Operate motor vehicle with catalytic converter not repaired/replaced 

Cause operation of motor vehicle with catalytic converter not repaired/replaced 

Permit operation of motor vehicle with catalytic converter not repaired/replaced 

Alter motor so that catalytic converter bypassed 

Cause alteration of motor so that catalytic converter bypassed 

Permit alteration of motor so that catalytic converter bypassed 

Alter motor vehicle so that catalytic converter bypassed 

Cause alteration of motor vehicle so that catalytic converter bypassed 

Permit alteration of motor vehicle so that catalytic converter bypassed 

Operate motor with catalytic converter not functioning 

Cause operation of motor with catalytic converter not functioning 

Permit operation of motor with catalytic converter not functioning 

Operate motor vehicle with catalytic converter not functioning 

Cause operation of motor vehicle with catalytic converter not functioning 

Permit operation of motor vehicle with catalytic converter not functioning 

Operate motor with catalytic converter incapacitated 

Cause operation of motor with catalytic converter incapacitated 

Permit operation of motor with catalytic converter incapacitated 

Operate motor vehicle with catalytic converter incapacitated 

Cause operation of motor vehicle with catalytic converter incapacitated 

Permit operation of motor vehicle with catalytic converter incapacitated 

Operate light vehicle from which visible emission 

Cause operation of light vehicle from which visible emission 

Permit operation of light vehicle from which visible emission 

Operate heavy vehicle from which visible emission 

Cause operation of heavy vehicle from which visible emission 

Permit operation of heavy vehicle from which visible emission 

Operate motor vehicle that contravenes emission standards 

Cause operation of motor vehicle that contravenes emission standards 

Permit operation of motor vehicle that contravenes emission standards 


subsection 5(1) 
subsection 5 (2) 
subsection 5 (2) 
subsection 5 (2) 
subsection 5 (3) 
subsection 5 (3) 
subsection 5 (3) 
subsection 5 (3) 
subsection 5 (3) 
subsection 5 (3) 
clause 5 (4) (a) 
clause 5 (4) (a) 
clause 5 (4) (a) 
clause 5 (4) (a) 
clause 5 (4) (a) 
clause 5 (4) (a) 
clause 5 (4) (b) 
clause 5 (4) (b) 
clause 5 (4) (b) 
clause 5 (4) (b) 
clause 5 (4) (b) 
clause 5 (4) (b) 
subsection 6(1) 
subsection 6(1) 
subsection 6(1) 
subsection 6 (2) 
subsection 6 (2) 
subsection 6 (2) 
subsection 7 (3) 
subsection 7 (3) 
subsection 7 (3) 



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Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


32. 
33. 
34. 
35. 
36. 
37. 
38. 
39. 
40. 
41. 
42. 
43. 
44. 
45. 
46. 
47. 
48. 


Operate gasoline fuelled light vehicle that contravenes emission standards 

Cause operation of gasoline fuelled light vehicle that contravenes emission standards 

Permit operation of gasoline fuelled light vehicle that contravenes emission standards 

Operate gasoline fuelled light vehicle that contravenes emission standards 

Cause operation of gasoline fuelled light vehicle that contravenes emission standards 

Permit operation of gasoline fuelled light vehicle that contravenes emission standards 

Operate gasoline fuelled heavy vehicle that contravenes emission standards 

Cause operation of gasoline fuelled heavy vehicle that contravenes emission standards 

Permit operation of gasoline fuelled heavy vehicle that contravenes emission standards 

Operate diesel fiielled light vehicle that contravenes emission standards 

Cause operation of diesel fuelled light vehicle that contravenes emission standards 

Permit operation of diesel fuelled light vehicle that contravenes emission standards 

Operate diesel fuelled heavy vehicle that contravenes emission standards 

Cause operation of diesel fuelled heavy vehicle that contravenes emission standards 

Permit operation of diesel fuelled heavy vehicle that contravenes emission standards 

Driver fail to submit motor vehicle for testing and inspection 

Owner fail to submit motor vehicle for testing and inspection 


subsection 8 (7) 
subsection 8 (7) 
subsection 8 (7) 
subsection 9 (13.1) 
subsection 9 (13.1) 
subsection 9 (13.1) 
subsection 10(8) 
subsection 10(8) 
subsection 10(8) 
subsection 1 1 (5) 
subsection 1 1 (5) 
subsection 1 1 (5) 
subsection 12 (5) 
subsection 12(5) 
subsection 12(5) 
subsection 13 (2) 
subsection 13 (2) 



2. The Regulation is amended by adding the follow- 
ing Schedule: 

SCHEDULE 73.1 
Pesticides Act 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


1. 

2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 
7. 
8. 
9. 


Sell unclassified pesticide 

Offer to sell unclassified pesticide 

Transfer unclassified pesticide 

Sell pesticide without licence 

Offer to sell pesticide without licence 

Transfer pesticide without licence 

Sell pesticide not in accordance with licence 

Offer to sell pesticide not in accordance with licence 

Transfer pesticide not in accordance with licence 


section 6 
section 6 
section 6 
section 6 
section 6 
section 6 
section 6 
section 6 
section 6 



3. Schedule 74 to the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

SCHEDULE 74 

Regulation 914 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 
under the Pesticides Act 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


1. 


Fail to notify Director of change in information within 10 days 


subsection 5 (3) 


2. 


Fail to carry exterminator's license or legible copy 


subsection 5 (4) 


3. 


Fail to notify Director of change in information with 10 days 


subsection 15(4) 


4. 


Employ unlicensed person to assist in extermination 


subsection 19(1) 


5. 


Employ too few licensed exterminators 


subsection 19(1.2) 


6. 


Fail to ensure technician properly supervised 


subsection 19(1.3) 


7. 


Fail to ensure trainee properly supervised 


subsection 19(1.3) 


8. 


Fail to have licensed exterminator in charge at business location daily 


clause 19 (2) (a) 


9. 


Fail to notify Director of business location address 


clause 19 (2) (b) 




10. 


Fail to notify Director of name of licensed exterminator in charge 


clause 19 (2) (b) 




11. 


Fail to notify Director of address change 


clause 19 (2) (c) 




12. 


Fail to notify Director of change of licensed exterminator in charge 


clause 19 (2) (c) 




13. 


Fail to display licence in prominent place 


subsection 19(3) 




14. 


Operator — fail to carry prescribed insurance 


subsection 20(1) 




15. 


Exterminator assisted by unlicensed person 


subsection 20.1 (1) 




16. 


Technician — fail to carry documentation confirming qualifications 


subsection 20.1 (2) 




17. 


Trainee — fail to carry identification 


subsection 20. 1 (3) 




18. 


Technician — assist extermination without supervision 


subsection 20. 1 (6) 




19. 


Trainee — assist extermination without constant supervision 


subsection 20.1 (7) | 



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Item 



Column 1 



Column 2 



20. 

21. 

22. 

23. 

24. 

25. 

26. 

27. 

28. 

29. 

30. 

31. 

32. 

33. 

34. 

35. 

36. 

37. 

38. 

39. 

40. 

41. 

42. 

43. 

44. 

45. 

46. 

47. 

48. 

49. 

50. 

51. 

52. 

53. 

54. 

55. 

56. 

57. 

58. 

59. 

60. 

61. 

62. 

63. 

64. 

65. 

66. 

67. 

68. 

69. 

70. 

71. 

72. 

73. 

74. 

75. 

76. 

77. 

78. 

79. 

80. 

81. 

82. 

83. 

84. 

85. 



Technician — select pesticide for client 

Trainee — select pesticide for client 

Technician — recommend pesticide to client 

Trainee — recommend pesticide to client 

Technician — select method of application of pesticide 

Trainee — select method of application of pesticide 

Technician — select rate of application of pesticide 

Trainee — select rate of application of pesticide 

Technician — mix Schedule 1 pesticide 

Trainee — mix Schedule 1 pesticide 

Technician — mix Schedule 5 pesticide 

Trainee — mix Schedule 5 pesticide 

Technician — fill equipment with Schedule 1 pesticide 

Trainee — fill equipment with Schedule 1 pesticide 

Technician — fill equipment with Schedule 5 pesticide 

Trainee — fill equipment with Schedule 5 pesticide 

Technician — apply Schedule 1 pesticide 

Trainee — apply Schedule 1 pesticide 

Technician — apply Schedule 5 pesticide 

Trainee — apply Schedule 5 pesticide 

Technician — mix Schedule 2 pesticide without supervision 

Trainee — mix Schedule 2 pesticide without supervision 

Technician — fill equipment with Schedule 2 pesticide without supervision 

Trainee — fill equipment with Schedule 2 pesticide without supervision 

Technician — apply Schedule 2 pesticide without supervision 

Trainee — apply Schedule 2 pesticide without supervision 

Technician — fail to carry instructions with prescribed information 

Technician — fail to keep written instructions at job site 

Supervise more than 3 technicians or trainees at once 

Fail to ensure technician receives necessary training 

Fail to ensure trainee receives necessary training 

Fail to make record of technician training 

Fail to make record of trainee training 

Fail to keep record of technician training 

Fail to keep record of trainee training 

Fail to ensure technician carries instructions 

Fail to visit technician at extermination site weekly 

Fail to properly record extermination site visit 

Fail to accompany and supervise trainee during extermination 

Fail to ensure assistant licensed person 

Fail to ensure employee only handles pesticide in sealed container 

Fail to ensure no employee handles empty pesticide container 

Fail to ensure no employee does anything detrimental 

Fail to ensure no employee suffers harm 

Use unclassified pesticide in extermination _' 

Use pesticide not in accordance with label 

Purchase pesticide without prescribed licence 

Acquire pesticide without prescribed licence 

Store pesticide without prescribed licence 

Use pesticide without prescribed licence 

Use well water in extermination without backflow prevention device 

Use surface water in extermination without backflow prevention device 

Wash extenmination equipment in or near well 

Wash extermination equipment in or near surface water 

Possession of pesticide in other than original container 

Fail to rinse empty Schedule 1, 2, 3, 5 or 6 pesticide container 

Fail to ensure empty rinsed pesticide container recycled 

Fail to ensure empty rinsed pesticide container disposed of as prescribed 

Fail to ensure empty pesticide container disposed of as prescribed 

Fail to ensure empty pesticide container recycled 

Fail to ensure rinse solvent disposed of as prescribed 

Fail to ensure empty pesticide container disposed of as prescribed 

Fail to ensure spillage cleaned up 

Fail to decontaminate properly 

Fail to ensure pesticide is properly stored 

Fail to ensure pesticide container labelled 



clause 20.1 (8) (a) 
clause 20. 1(8) (a) 
clause 20. 1(8) (a) 
clause 20. 1 (8) (a) 
clause 20.1 (8) (b) 
clause 20.1 (8)(b) 
clause 20.1 (8) (b) 
clause 20.1 (8) (b) 
clause 20.1 (8)(c) 
clause 20.1 (8) (c) 
clause 20.1 (8) (c) 
clause 20.1 (8)(c) 
clause 20.1 (8) (c) 
clause 20.1 (8) (c) 
clause 20.1 (8) (c) 
clause 20. 1 (8) (c) 
clause 20.1 (8) (d) 
clause 20.1 (8) (d) 
clause 20.1 (8) (d) 
clause 20.1 (8) (d) 
clause 20. 1 (8) (e) 
clause 20. 1 (8) (e) 
clause 20.1 (8) (e) 
clause 20.1 (8) (e) 
clause 20. 1 (8) (e) 
clause 20.1 (8) (e) 
subsection 20. 1 (9) 
subsection 20.1 (11) 

subsection 20.2(1) 
clause 20.2 (3) (a) 
clause 20.2 (3) (a) 
clause 20.2 (3) (b) 
clause 20.2 (3) (b) 
subsection 20.2 (3.1) 
subsection 20.2 (3.1) 
subsection 20.2 (4) 
subsection 20.2 (5) 
subsection 20.2 (5) 
subsection 20.2 (6) 
clause 20.3 (a) 
clause 20.3 (b) 
clause 20.3 (c) 
clause 20.3 (d) 
clause 20.3 (e) 
subsection 22(1) 
subsection 22 (2) 
section 24 
section 24 
section 24 
section 24 
subsection 25 ( 1 ) 
subsection 25 (1) 
subsection 25 (2) 
subsection 25 (2) 
subsection 26 ( 1 ) 
subsection 27 ( 1 ) 
clause 27 (3) (a) 
clause 27 (3) (b) 
clause 27 (4) (a) 
clause 27 (4) (b) 
subsection 27 (5) 
subsection 27 (7) 
subclause 28(1) (a) (i) 

subclause 28(1) (a) (ii) 
clause 28 (l)(b) 
clause 28 (l)(b) 



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Item 



Column I 



Column 2 



86. Fail to ensure damaged/broken container rinsed 

87. Fail to ensure damaged/broicen pesticide container recycled 

88. Fail to ensure damaged/broken pesticide container disposed of as prescribed 

89. Fail to ensure rinse solvent disposed of as prescribed 

90. Fail to ensure pesticide disposed of as prescribed 

91. Fail to ensure solvent disposed of as prescribed 

92. Fail to forthwith notify Director of event that may release pesticide 

93. Fail to forthwith notify Director when pesticide stolen 

94. Fail to deliver prescribed notice to area police force 

95. Fail to deliver prescribed notice to area fire department 

96. Fail to deliver prescribed notice to area medical officer of health 

97. Fail to set out prescribed information in notice 

98. Fail to notify Director of prescribed information within 7 days of extermination 

99. Fail to seal all openings in building before fumigation 

100. Fail to remove all incompatible substances before fumigation 

101. Fail to lock all doors and entrances before fumigation 

102. Fail to post warning placard at all entrances before fumigation 

103. Cause prescribed extermination in vault without report that gas-tight 

104. Permit prescribed extermination in vault without report that gas-tight 

105. Fail to submit to Director report of professional engineer 

106. Fail to lock vault door as prescribed before fumigation 

107. Fail to keep vault door locked until airing out 

108. Fail to keep vault door key in possession 

109. Fail to give notice of vault fumigation leaks 

1 10. Fail to take steps to temporarily seal leak 

111. Fail to post warning placard on vault entrance 

112. Fail to lock doors in building undergoing fumigation 

1 13. Fail to keep door locked until airing out 

1 14. Fail to keep door key in possession 

115. Fail to post warning placard on building entrances 

1 16. Fail to post warning placard on fumigation cover 

117. Fail to post warning placard on sealed container undergoing fumigation 

1 18. Fail to remove all incompatible substances from structure 

1 19. Fail to remove all incompatible substances from vehicle 

120. Fail to lock all doors of vehicle undergoing fumigation 

121. Fail to lock all doors of structure undergoing fumigation 

1 22. Fail to keep door locked until airing out 

1 23. Fail to keep door key in possession 

124. Fail to post warning placard on structure entrances 

125. Fail to post warning placard on vehicle doors 

126. Place strychnine pesticide in accessible area 

127. Place zinc phosphide pesticide in accessible area 

128. Use of strychnine pesticide likely to touch food or drink 

129. Use of zinc phosphide pesticide likely to touch food or drink 

1 30. Fail to make prescribed record of zinc phosphide pesticide placement 

131. Fail to make record of strychnine pesticide placement 

1 32. Fail to remove strychnine pesticide upon completion 

1 33. Fail to remove zinc phosphide pesticide upon completion 

134. Use Schedule 1, 2 or 5 pesticide as suspension in air without prescribed licence 

135. Use Schedule 1 or 5 pesticide as suspension in air without another exterminator present 

136. Use Schedule 2 pesticide as suspension in air without another prescribed person present 

137. Fail to lock all but access door of building 

1 38. Fail to post warning placard on all doors of building 

139. Fail to ensure building vacant before pesticide use 

140. Fail to lock access door after using pesticide 

141. Fail to ensure no one enters building until pesticide gone 

142. Use prohibited pesticide 

143. Handle prohibited pesticide 

144. Store prohibited pesticide 

145. Sell prohibited pesticide 

146. Transport prohibited pesticide 

147. Dispose of prohibited pesticide 

1 48. Fail to post public notice of land extermination as per subsection 66 ( 1 ) 

149. Fail to post public notice of land extermination as per subsection 66 (2) 

1 50. Fail to post public notice of land extermination as per subsection 67 ( 1 ) 

151. I Fail to post public notice of land extermination as per subsection 67 (3) 



clause 28 (l)(c) 
clause 28 (l)(c) 
clause 28 (l)(c) 
clause 28 (I) (c) 
clause 28 (l)(d) 
clause 28 (l)(e) 
subsection 29 (1) 
subsection 29 (2) 
clause 36 (1) (c) 
clause 36 (I) (c) 
clause 36 (1) (c) 
subsection 36 (2) 
subsection 36 (4) 
clause 37(1) (a) 
clause 37 (l)(b) 
clause 37(l)(c) 
clause 37 (l)(d) 
subsection 39 (2) 
subsection 39 (2) 
subsection 39 (3) 
subsection 39 (8) para. 4 
subsection 39 (8) para. 4 
subsection 39 (8) para. 4 
subsection 39 (8) para. 5 
subsection 39 (8) para. 5 
subsection 39 (8) para. 7 
subsection 40 (I) para. 5 
subsection 40 ( 1 ) para. 5 
subsection 40 ( 1 ) para. 5 
subsection 40 ( 1 ) para. 6 
subsection 40 ( 1 ) para. 6 
subsection 40 ( 1 ) para. 6 
subsection 41 (2) para. 2 
subsection 41 (2) para. 2 
subsection 41 (2) para. 7 
subsection 41 (2) para. 7 
subsection 41 (2) para. 7 
subsection 41 (2) para. 7 
subsection 41 (2) para. 8 
subsection 41 (2) para. 8 
clause 47 (a) 
clause 47 (a) 
clause 47 (b) 
clause 47 (b) 
clause 47 (c) 
clause 47 (c) 
clause 47 (d) 
clause 47 (d) 
subsection 48 ( 1 ) 
subsection 48 (2) 
subsection 48 (3) 
subclause 49 (a) (i) 
subclause 49 (a) (ii) 
subclause 49 (a) (iii) 
subclause 49 (b) (i) 
subclause 49 (b) (ii) 
subsection 62 ( 1 ) 
subsection 62 ( 1 ) 
subsection 62 ( 1 ) 
subsection 62 ( 1 ) 
subsection 62 ( 1 ) 
subsection 62 ( 1 ) 
subsection 65 ( 1 ) 
subsection 65 ( 1 ) 
subsection 65 ( 1 ) 
subsection 65 ( 1 ) 



62 



Item 



Column 1 



Column 2 



1 52. Fail to post signs immediately before land extermination as per subsection 71 (2) 

1 53. Fail to post signs twenty-four hours before land extermination as per subsection 71 (3) 

154. Post extermination signs contrary to section 73 

1 55. Public area extermination sign not size prescribed by subsection 74 ( 1 ) 

156. Extermination sign not of material prescribed by section 75 

1 57. Front of extermination sign not as prescribed by subsection 76 ( 1 ) 

1 58. Front of extermination sign not as prescribed by subsection 76 (2) 

1 59. Back of extermination sign not as prescribed by subsection 76 (5) 

160. Back of extermination sign not as prescribed by subsection 76 (6) 

161. Front of extermination sign not inscribed as per subsection 76 (7) 

162. Extermination sign not printed as prescribed by subsection 76 (8) 

163. Extermination sign pictogram not as prescribed by subsection 76 (9) 

1 64. Fail to advise owner in writing of requirements of section 72 

165. Fail to advise occupier in writing of requirements of section 72 

1 66. Fail to advise manager in writing of requirements of section 72 

167. Fail to post public notice of land extermination as per subsection 70 (1) 

1 68. Fail to post public notice of land extermination as per subsection 70 (2) 

169. Fail to post residential area signs immediately before extermination as per subsection 
71(1) 

1 70. Post extermination signs contrary to section 73 

171. Residential area extermination sign not size prescribed by subsection 74 (2) 

172. Extermination sign not of material prescribed by section 75 

1 73. Front of extermination sign not as prescribed by subsection 76 ( 1 ) 

1 74. Front of extermination sign not as prescribed by subsection 76 (2) 

175. Back of extermination sign not as prescribed by subsection 76 (5) 

176. Back of extermination sign not as prescribed by subsection 76 (6) 

1 77. Front of extermination sign not inscribed as per subsection 76 (7) 

1 78. Extermination sign not printed as prescribed by subsection 76 (8) 

1 79. Extermination sign pictogram not as prescribed by subsection 76 (9) 

180. Fail to advise owner in writing of requirements of section 72 

181. Fail to advise occupier in writing of requirements of section 72 

1 82. Fail to advise management in writing of requirements of section 72 

183. Remove sign before 48 hours following extermination 

1 84. Fail to ensure sign removal following extermination 

185. Fail to include prescribed information in written notice under section 68 

186. Fail to include prescribed information in written notice under section 71 

1 87. Exterminator fails to ensure prescribed notices given 

1 88. Permit use of pesticides application equipment where notice not given 

189. Pilot exposes self to contact with pesticide 

190. Pilot assists loading of pesticide 

191. Fail to make record of aerial extermination 

192. Fail to keep record of aerial extermination 

1 93. Fail to provide aerial extermination record to operator 

194. Fail to keep record of aerial extermination 

1 95. Fail to submit aerial extermination record to Director 

196. Fail to produce aerial extermination record 

197. Fail to have available documentation confirming certification 

198. Assistant agriculturist — purchase Schedule 2 or 5 pesticide 

199. Assistant agriculturist — recommend Schedule 2 or 5 pesticide 

200. Assistant agriculturist — select Schedule 2 or 5 pesticide 

201. Assistant agriculturist — select Schedule 2 or 5 pesticide application rate 

202. Assistant agriculturist — calibrate pesticide application equipment 

203. Assistant agriculturist — select appropriate storage means for pesticide 

204. Assistant agriculturist — select reclamation means for empty pesticide container 

205. Assistant agriculturist — select disposal means for empty pesticide container 

206. Assistant agriculturist — transport Schedule 2 or 5 pesticide waste 

207. Assistant agriculturist — dispose Schedule 2 or 5 pesticide waste 

208. Assistant agriculturist — mix Schedule 2 or 5 pesticide 

209. Assistant agriculturist — load Schedule 2 or 5 pesticide 

210. Assistant agriculturist — apply Schedule 2 or 5 pesticide 

211. Certified agriculturist — fail to be present at site 

212. Certified agriculturist — fail to be on call 

213. Supervise more than 3 assistant agriculturists at once 

214. Permit use of vehicle without identification marker affixed 

215. Fail to notify Director of change of information 

216. Fail to display vendor's licence prominently at sales outlet 



subsection 65 (I) 
subsection 65 (1) 
subsection 65 ( 1 ) 
subsection 65 ( 1 ) 
subsection 65 (1) 
subsection 65 ( 1 ) 
subsection 65 ( 1 ) 
subsection 65 ( 1 ) 
subsection 65 ( 1 ) 
subsection 65(1) 
subsection 65 ( 1 ) 
subsection 65 ( 1 ) 
subsection 65 (2) 
subsection 65 (2) 
subsection 65 (2) 



clause 69 ( 1 
clause 69 (1 
clause 69 ( I 



(a) 
(a) 
(a) 



clause 69 (1) (a) 
clause 69 ( 1 ) (a) 
clause 69 ( 1 ) (a) 
clause 69 ( 1 ) (a) 
clause 69 ( 1 ) (a) 
clause 69 ( 1 ) (a) 
clause 69 ( I ) (a) 
clause 69 ( 1 ) (a) 
clause 69 ( 1 ) (a) 
clause 69(1) (a) 
clause 69 (l)(b) 
clause 69 (l)(b) 
clause 69 (l)(b) 
subsection 72 (1) 
subsection 72 (2) 
section 78 
section 78 
clause 79 (a) 
clause 79 (b) 
clause 90 (b) 
clause 90 (b) 
clause 91 (1) (a) 
clause 91 (l)(a) 
clause 91 (l)(b) 
clause 91 (l)(b) 
clause 91 (l)(c) 
subsection 91 (2) 
subsection 94 (2.2) 
clause 94 (8) (a) 
clause 94 (8) (b) 
clause 94 (8) (b) 
clause 94 (8) (c) 
clause 94 (8) (d) 
clause 94 (8) (e) 
clause 94 (8) (f) 
clause 94 (8) (0 
clause 94 (8) (g) 
clause 94 (8) (g) 
subsection 94 (9) 
subsection 94 (9) 
subsection 94 (9) 
subsection 94 (9. 1 ) (a) 
subsection 94 (9. l)(b) 
subsection 94 (11) 
section 105.1 
subsection 107(4) 
section 108 



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Column 2 


217. 


Fail to ensure sales outlet has prescribed representative 


subsection 109(1) 


218. 


Sell pesticide at outlet with no prescribed representative 


subsection 109(3) 


219. 


Offer to sell pesticide at outlet with no prescribed representative 


subsection 109(3) 


220. 


Sell Schedule 1 pesticide to person not prescribed in subsection 111 (1) 


section 110 


221. 


Sell Schedule 2 pesticide to person not prescribed in subsection 1 11 (2) 


section 110 


222. 


Sell Schedule 3 pesticide to person not prescribed in subsection 1 1 1 (3) 


section 110 


223. 


Sell Schedule 5 pesticide to person not prescribed in subsection 111 (5) 


section 110 


224. 


Sell Schedule 3 pesticide to person not prescribed in subsection 112(1) 


section 110 


225. 


Sell pesticide to permit holder contrary to permit 


section 113 


226. 


Fail to keep prescribed sales record of Schedule 1, 2 or 5 pesticide 


subsection 118(1) 


227. 


Fail to keep pesticide sales record for 2 years 


subsection 118(2) 


228. 


Fail to keep pesticide sales record as required 


subsection 118(2) 


229. 


Fail to forward pesticide sales record to Director 


subsection 118(3) 


230. 


Fail to produce pesticide sales record 


subsection 118(4) 


231. 


Store pesticide in manner likely to come into contact with food or drink 


section 1 19 


232. 


Leave Scheduled pesticide accessible in unsupervised vehicle 


subsection 120 (1) 


233. 


Leave Scheduled pesticide unsupervised in vehicle without prescribed wording displayed 


subsection 120(2) 


234. 


Store Scheduled pesticide so that it poses health or safety risk 


subsection 121 (l)para. 1 


235. 


Store Scheduled pesticide in area not properly maintained 


subsection 121 ( 1 ) para. 2 


236. 


Store Scheduled pesticide without prescribed warning sign prominently displayed 


subsection 121 (1) para. 3 


237. 


Store Scheduled pesticide without emergency numbers prominently displayed 


subsection 121 (1) para. 4 


238. 


Store Scheduled pesticide without storage area being vented to outside 


clause 122(1) (a) 


239. 


Store Scheduled pesticide without prescribed placard affixed and maintained 


clause 122 (l)(b) 


240. 


Store Scheduled pesticide without requiring express permission to enter storage area 


clause 122(l)(c) 


241. 


Store Scheduled pesticide outdoors without prescribed placard maintained nearby 


clause 122(l)(d) 


242. 


Store Scheduled pesticide outdoors without requiring express permission to enter stor- 


clause 122 (l)(d) 


243. 


<x^C ell Ca 

Store Scheduled pesticide in area draining into sewer or watercourse 


clause 122 (2) (a) 


244. 


Store Scheduled pesticide without adequate protective equipment available 


clause 122 (2) (b) 


245. 


Store Schedules pesticide in area not exclusively for pesticide storage 


subsection 123(1) 


246. 


Store Scheduled pesticide without giving fire department prescribed notice 


subsection 124(1) 


247. 


Store Scheduled pesticide without giving fire department prescribed notice 


subsection 124 (2) 


248. 


Display Schedule 1, 2 or 5 pesticide with unrestricted access 


clause 125 (a) 


249. 


Display Schedule 3 pesticide in manner hazardous to children 


clause 125 (b) 


250. 


Display Scheduled pesticide in manner which may cause injury or damage 


clause 125(c) 


251. 


Display Scheduled pesticide adjacent to food or drink 


. clause 125(c) 


252. 


Transport unsecured pesticide 


section 126 


253. 


Permit transportation of unsecured pesticide 


section 126 


254. 


Cause transportation of unsecured pesticide 


section 126 


255. 


Transport Scheduled pesticide with food or drink 


clause 127(a) 


256. 


Permit transportation of Scheduled pesticide with food or drink 


clause 127(a) 


257. 


Cause transportation of Scheduled pesticide with food or drink 


clause 127(a) 


258. 


Transport Scheduled pesticide with household furnishings 


clause 127 (b) 


259. 


Permit transportation of Scheduled pesticide with household furnishings 


clause 127(b) 


260. 


Cause transportation of Scheduled pesticide with household furnishings 


clause 127(b) 


261. 


Transport Scheduled pesticide with personal use commodities 


clause 127(c) 


262. 


Permit transportation of Scheduled pesticide with personal use commodities 


clause 127(c) 


263. 


Cause transportation of Scheduled pesticide with personal use commodities 


clause 127(c) 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 43/03 

made under the 

POLICE SERVICES ACT 

Made: January 20, 2003 
Filed: February 19,2003 



(d) in a municipality whose population does not 
exceed 10,000 according to the last revised assess- 
ment roll, not less than $ 1 00 a year. 

2. This Regulation comes into force on the later of 
the day this Regulation is filed and January 1, 2003. 

10/03 



Amending O. Reg. 123/98 
(General) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 123/98 has previously been 
amended. Those amendments are listed in the 
Table of Regulations published in The Ontario 
Gazette dated January 1 8, 2003. 

1. Section 1 of Ontario Regulation 123/98 is revoked 
and the following substituted: 

1. A municipality shall pay to each board member who 
is appointed by the Lieutenant Governor in Council or the 
Solicitor General, 

(a) in a municipality having a population exceeding 
500,000 according to the last revised assessment 
roll, not less than $1,000 a year; 

(b) in a municipality having a population exceeding 
100,000 and not exceeding 500,000 according to 
the last revised assessment roll, not less than $500 
a year; 

(c) in a municipality having a population exceeding 
10,000 and not exceeding 100,000 according to the 
last revised assessment roll, not less than $300 a 
year; 



ONTARIO REGULATION 44/03 

made under the 

POLICE SERVICES ACT 

Made: January 20, 2003 
Filed: February 19,2003 

Revoking Reg. 930 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Responsibility of Policing) 

1. Regulation 930 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 and Ontario Regulation 593/92 are 
revoked. 

10/03 



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Publications en vertu de la Loi sur les règlements 



2003—03—15 



ONTARIO REGULATION 45/03 

made under the 

EDUCATION ACT 

Made: February 21, 2003 
Filed: February 25, 2003 

Amending O. Reg. 412/00 

(Elections to and Representation on 

District School Boards) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 412/00 has previously been 
amended. Those amendments are listed in the 
Table of Regulations published in The Ontario 
Gazette dateo January 1 8, 2003. 

1. The definition of "municipality" in subsection 
1 (1) of Ontario Regulation 412/00 is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

"municipality" includes, other than in section 10 and sub- 
section 1 1 (4), 

(a) unorganized territory that is deemed to be a district 
municipality under Ontario Regulation 468/97, and 

(b) if unorganized territory is attached to a municipal- 
ity for election purposes, the municipality together 
with the unorganized territory; ("municipalité") 

2. (1) Subsection3(2)of the Regulation is amended 
by striking out the portion before paragraph 1 and 
substituting the following: 

(2) Subject to any addition of members pursuant to 
regulations made under section 188 of the Act or pursuant 
to a resolution described in subsection (3) and subject to 
any reduction in the number of members pursuant to a 
resolution passed under subsection 58.1 (10.1) of the Act, 
the number of members of a board shall be determined by 
applying the following rules: 



(2) Section 3 of the Regulation is amended by add- 
ing the following subsection: 

(3) The board may, by resolution passed before March 
31, 2003, determine that the number of members to be 
elected at the 2003 regular election will be the same as the 
number of members that were to be elected to the board at 
the 2000 regular election. 

3. The Regulation is amended by adding the follow- 
ing section before the heading "DISTRIBUTION OF 
Members to Geographic Areas": 



3.1 The date before which a resolution may be passed 
under subsection 58.1 (10.1) of the Act is March 31 in an 
election year. 

4. (1) Paragraph 1 of subsection 6 (1) of the Regu- 
lation is amended by striking out the definition of "b" 
and substituting the following: 

b = the total number of members determined for 
the board under section 3 or, if a resolution 
under subsection 58.1 (10.1) of the Act is in 
effect, the total number of members specified 
in that resolution, 

(2) Paragraph 2 of subsection 6 (1) of the Regula- 
tion is amended by striking out "the number of mem- 
bers determined for the board under section 3" at the 
end and substituting "the number determined for "b" 
in paragraph 1". 

5. (1) Paragraph 1 of subsection 7 (1) of the Regu- 
lation is amended by striking out the definition of "b" 
and substituting the following: 

b = the total number of members determined for 
the board under section 3 or, if a resolution 
under subsection 58.1 (10.1) of the Act is in 
effect, the total number of members specified 
in that resolution, 

(2) Paragraph 7 of subsection 7 (1) of the Regula- 
tion is amended by striking out "the number of mem- 
bers determined for the board under section 3" and 
substituting "the number determined for "b" in para- 
graph 1". 

6. (1) Subsection 10 (3) of the Regulation is 
amended by adding "and be accompanied by the fee 
prescribed under the Ontario Municipal Board Ad" at 
the end. 

(2) Section 10 of the Regulation is amended by add- 
ing the following subsections: 

(3.1) The secretary of a board who receives a notice of 
appeal under subsection (3) shall ensure that, 

(a) a record is compiled consisting of the notice of 
appeal and the reasons for the objection; 

(b) the record and the fee are forwarded to the Ontario 
Municipal Board within 15 days after the notice 
and the fee are received; and 

(c) such other information as the Ontario Municipal 
Board may require in respect of the appeal that is 
within the board's possession is forwarded to the 
Ontario Municipal Board. 

(3.2) Despite clause (3.1) (b), if the appeal is 
withdrawn within 15 days after tiie notice of appeal and 



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the fee are filed, the board is not required to forward the 
materials described under clauses (3.1) (b) and (c) to the 
Ontario Municipal Board. 

7. Sections 11 and 12 of the Regulation are revoked 
and the following substituted: 

Conduct of Elections 

11. (I) This section applies to regular elections and 
by-elections of members of a board from a geographic 
area formed for a board under section 6 or 7, if the geo- 
graphic area is composed of all or part of two or more 
municipalities. 

(2) Subject to subsection (5), the person responsible for 
conducting the election of members of the board from the 
geographic area is the school board election clerk of the 
municipality wholly or partly within the geographic area 
having the largest population of the board's electoral 
group. 

(3) Nominations shall be filed with the school board 
election clerk referred to in subsection (2), who shall send 
the names of the candidates by registered mail within 48 
hours after the closing of nominations to the school board 
election clerk of each municipality that is wholly or partly 
within the geographic area. 

(4) If the distance between the residence of a person 
seeking nomination and the office of the school board 
election clerk with whom nominations must be filed is 
greater than 100 kilometres, the clerk shall, for the pur- 
pose of making it easier for the person or the person's 



agent to file the nomination, delegate such of his or her 
powers as may be necessary to, 

(a) the school board election clerk of the municipally 
in which the person seeking nomination resides, if 
the person resides in a municipality; 

(b) the school board election clerk of the municipality 
to which the unorganized territory in which the 
person seeking nomination resides is attached for 
election purposes, if the person resides in unorgan- 
ized territory that is attached to a municipality for 
election purposes and the territory that is attached 
is part of the same geographic area as the munici- 
pality for election purposes; 

(c) the school board election clerk whose office is in 
the same geographic area and is closest to the per- 
son's residence, in any other case. 

(5) The school board election clerk of each municipal- 
ity wholly or partly within the geographic area is the per- 
son responsible for conducting the election of members of 
the board in the municipality and shall promptly report 
the vote recorded to the clerk referred to in subsection (2) 
who shall prepare the final summary, announce the result 
of the vote and forward the result to the secretary of the 
board and to the Minister. 

8. Sections 13 to 29 of the Regulation are revoked. 

9. Table 1 of the Regulation is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted: 



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TABLE 1 



BOARD AREAS 



Item 


Name of Board 


Area 
(km') 


1. 


District School Board Ontario North East 


24,876 


2. 


Algoma District School Board 


9,069 


3. 


Rainbow District School Board 


14,010 


4. 


Near North District School Board 


17,020 


5. 


Keewatin-Patricia District School Board 


6,310 


6. 


Rainy River District School Board 


10,409 


7. 


Lakehead District School Board 


5,086 


8. 


Superior-Greenstone District School Board 


18,644 


9. 


Bluewater District School Board 


8,686 


10. 


Avon Maitland District School Board 


5,639 


11. 


Greater Essex County District School Board 


1,872 


12. 


Lambton Kent District School Board 


5,505 


13. 


Thames Valley District School Board 


7,278 


14. 


Toronto District School Board 


634 


15. 


Durham District School Board 


1,963 


16. 


Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board 


6,998 


17. 


Trillium Lakelands District School Board 


12,133 


18. 


York Region District School Board 


1,774 


19. 


Simcoe County District School Board 


4,901 


20. 


Upper Grand District School Board 


4,192 


21. 


Peel District School Board 


1,255 


22. 


Halton District School Board 


973 


23. 


Hamilton- Wentworth District School Board 


1,127 


24. 


District School Board of Niagara 


1,883 


25. 


Grand Erie District School Board 


4,067 


26. 


Waterloo Region District School Board 


1,383 


27. 


Ottawa-Carleton District School Board 


2,806 


28. 


Upper Canada District School Board 


12,112 


29. 


Limestone District School Board 


7,193 


30. 


Renfrew County District School Board 


7,851 


31. 


Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board 


7,200 


32. 


Northeastern Catholic District School Board 


24,888 


33. 


Nipissing-Parry Sound Catholic District School Board 


10,597 


34. 


Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board 


8,813 


35. 


Sudbury Catholic District School Board 


9,317 


36. 


Northwest Catholic District School Board 


11,513 


37. 


Kenora Catholic District School Board 


1,411 


38. 


Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board 


4,936 


39. 


Superior North Catholic District School Board 


18,716 


40. 


Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board 


8,686 


41. 


Huron Perth Catholic District School Board 


5,639 


42. 


Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board 


1,872 


43. 


English-language Separate District School Board No. 38 


7,278 


44. 


St. Clair Catholic District School Board 


5,505 


45. 


Toronto Catholic District School Board 


634 


46. 


Peterborough Victoria Northumberiand and Clarington Catholic District School Board 


10,324 


47. 


York Catholic District School Board 


1,774 


48. 


Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board 


2,751 


49. 


Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board 


9,383 



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Item 


Name of Board 


Area 
(km') 


50. 


Durham Catholic District School Board 


1,963 


51. 


Halton Catholic District School Board 


973 


52. 


Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic District School Board 


1,127 


53. 


Wellington Catholic District School Board 


2,696 


54. 


Waterloo Catholic District School Board 


1,383 


55. 


Niagara Catholic District School Board 


1,883 


56. 


Brant Haldimand Norfolk Catholic District School Board 


4,067 


57. 


Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario 


12,112 


58. 


Ottawa-Carleton Catholic District School Board 


2,806 


59. 


Renfrew County Catholic District School Board 


7,851 


60. 


Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board 


16,101 


61. 


Conseil scolaire de district du Nord-Est de l'Ontario 


46,453 


62. 


Conseil scolaire de district du Grand Nord de l'Ontario 


62,800 


63. 


Conseil scolaire de district du Centre Sud-Ouest 


68,014 


64. 


Conseil scolaire de district des écoles publiques de langue française n° 59 


37,152 


65. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Grandes Rivières 


24,876 


66. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique Franco-Nord 


10,597 


67. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Nouvel-Ontario 


18,224 


68. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Aurores boréales 


36,559 


69. 


Conseil scolaire de district des écoles catholiques du Sud-Ouest 


28,980 


70. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique Centre-Sud 


40,407 


71. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique de l'Est Ontarien 


5,326 


72. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Centre-Est de l'Ontario 


33,543 



10. (1) Subject to subsection (2), this Regulation 
comes into force on tlie day it is filed. 

(2) Section 8 comes into force on October 31, 2003. 

RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 45/03 

pris en application de la 

LOI SUR L'ÉDUCATION 

pris le 21 février 2003 
déposé le 25 février 2003 

modifiant le Règl. de l'Ont. 412/00 

(Élections aux conseils scolaires de district et 

représentation au sein de ces conseils) 

Remarque : Le Règlement de l'Ontario 412/00 a été mo- 
difié antérieurement. Ces modifications sont 
indiquées dans la Table des règlements pu- 
bliée dans la Gazette de l'Ontario du 18 jan- 
vier 2003. 

1. La définition de «municipalité» au paragraphe 
1 (1) du Règlement de l'Ontario 412/00 est abrogée et 
remplacée par ce qui suit : 

«municipalité» Sauf à l'article 10 et au paragraphe 1 1 (4), 
s'entend en outre de ce qui suit : 

a) un territoire non érigé en municipalité qui est 
réputé ime municipalité de district aux termes du 
Règlement de l'Ontario 468/97; 



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b) si un territoire non érigé en municipalité est ratta- 
ché à une municipalité aux fins électorales, la 
municipalité et le territoire non érigé en munici- 
palité, («municipality») 

2. (1) Le paragraphe 3 (2) du Règlement est modi- 
fié par substitution de ce qui suit au passage qui pré- 
cède la disposition 1 : 

(2) Sous réserve de l'adjonction de membres confor- 
mément aux règlements pris en application de l'article 
1 88 de la Loi ou à une résolution visée au paragraphe (3) 
et sous réserve de la réduction du nombre de membres 
conformément à une résolution adoptée en vertu du para- 
graphe 58.1 (10.1) de la Loi, le nombre des membres d'un 
conseil est déterminé selon les règles suivantes : 



6. (1) Le paragraphe 10 (3) du Règlement est modi- 
fié par adjonction de «et s'accompagne des droits 
prescrits en vertu de la Loi sur la Commission des 
affaires municipales de l'Ontario» à la fin du para- 
graphe. 



(2) L'article 3 du Règlement est modifié par adjonc- 
tion du paragraphe suivant : 

(3) Le conseil peut, au moyen d'une résolution adoptée 
avant le 31 mars 2003, déterminer que le nombre de 
membres à élire lors des élections ordinaires de 2003 sera 
le même que celui des membres qui devaient être élus au 
conseil lors des élections ordinaires de 2000. 

3. Le Règlement est modifié par adjonction de 
l'article suivant avant l'intertitre «RÉPARTITION DES 
MEMBRES ENTRE LES RÉGIONS GÉOGRAPHIQUES» : 

3.1 La date avant laquelle une résolution peut être 
adoptée en vertu du paragraphe 58.1 (10.1) de la Loi est le 
3 1 mars d'une année d'élections. 

4. (1) La disposition 1 du paragraphe 6 (1) du 
Règlement est modifiée par substitution de ce qui suit 
à la définition de l'élément «b» : 

b correspond au nombre total de membres 
déterminé pour le conseil aux termes de 
l'article 3 ou, si une résolution adoptée en 
vertu du paragraphe 58.1 (10.1) de la Loi est 
en vigueur, au nombre total de membres que 
celle-ci précise; 

(2) La disposition 2 du paragraphe 6 (1) du Règle- 

tment est modifiée par substitution de «le nombre 

'déterminé pour l'élément «b» à la disposition l»à «le 

nombre de membres déterminé pour le conseil aux 

termes de l'article 3» à la fin de la disposition. 

5. (1) La disposition 1 du paragraphe 7 (1) du 
Règlement est modifiée par substitution de ce qui suit 
à la définition de l'élément «b» : 

b correspond au nombre total de membres 
déterminé pour le conseil aux termes de 
l'article 3 ou, si une résolution adoptée en 
vertu du paragraphe 58.1 (10.1) de la Loi est 
en vigueur, au nombre total de membres que 
celle-ci précise; 

(2) La disposition 7 du paragraphe 7 (1) du Règle- 
ment est modifiée par substitution de «le nombre 
déterminé pour l'élément «b» à la disposition 1» à «le 
nombre de membres déterminé pour le conseil aux 
termes de l'article 3». 



(2) L'article 10 du Règlement est modifié 
adjonction des paragraphes suivants : 



par 



(3.1) Le secrétaire du conseil qui reçoit un avis d'appel 
visé au paragraphe (3) veille à ce qui suit : 

a) qu'un dossier contenant l'avis d'appel et les motifs 
de l'opposition soit constitué; 

b) que le dossier et les droits soient transmis à la 
Commission des affaires municipales de l'Ontario 
dans les 15 jours qui suivent la réception de l'avis 
et des droits; 

c) que les autres renseignements en la possession du 
conseil que la Commission des affaires municipa- 
les de l'Ontario peut exiger à l'égard de l'appel 
soient transmis à celle-ci. 

(3.2) Malgré l'alinéa (3.1) b), si l'appel est retiré dans 
les 15 jours qui suivent le dépôt de l'avis d'appel et le 
versement des droits, le conseil n'est pas tenu de trans- 
mettre les documents visés aux alinéas (3.1) b) et c) à la 
Commission des affaires municipales de l'Ontario. 

7. Les articles 11 et 12 du Règlement sont abrogés et 
remplacés par ce qui suit : 

DÉROULEMENT DES ÉLECTIONS 

11. (1) Le présent article s'applique aux élections 
ordinaires et aux élections partielles de membres d'un 
conseil d'une région géographique établie pour un conseil 
aux termes de l'article 6 ou 7 si celle-ci est constituée de 
la totalité ou d'une partie de deux municipalités ou plus. 

(2) Sous réserve du paragraphe (5), le secrétaire des 
élections scolaires de la municipalité comprise, en totalité 
ou en partie, dans la région géographique qui compte la 
population la plus élevée des membres du groupe électo- 
ral du conseil est responsable du déroulement de 
l'élection des membres du conseil de la région géographi- 
que. 

(3) Les mises en candidature sont déposées auprès du 
secrétaire des élections scolaires visé au paragraphe (2). 
Celui-ci envoie les noms des candidats par courrier 
recommandé dans les 48 heures qui suivent la clôture des 
mises en candidature au secrétaire des élections scolaires 
de chacune des municipalités comprises en totalité ou en 
partie dans la région géographique. 

(4) Si la distance entre le domicile d'une personne qui 
cherche à se porter candidate et le bureau du secrétaire 
des élections scolaires auprès duquel les mises en candi- 
dature doivent être déposées est de plus de 100 kilomè- 
tres, le secrétaire délègue, pour faciliter le dépôt de la 
mise en candidature par la personne ou son mandataire, 
ceux de ses pouvoirs jugés nécessaires : 

a) soit au secrétaire des élections scolaires de la 
municipalité dans laquelle réside la personne qui 
cherche à se porter candidate, le cas échéant; 



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b) soit au secrétaire des élections scolaires de la 
municipalité à laquelle le territoire non érigé en 
municipalité dans lequel réside la personne qui 
cherche à se porter candidate est rattaché aux 
fins électorales, si elle réside dans un tel terri- 
toire et que ce territoire est situé dans la même 
région géographique que la municipalité à ces 
fins; 

c) soit au secrétaire des élections scolaires dont le 
bureau se trouve dans la même région géogra- 
phique et est situé le plus près de la résidence de 
la personne, dans les autres cas. 

(5) Le secrétaire des élections scolaires de chaque 
municipalité comprise en totalité ou en partie dans la 
région géographique est responsable du déroulement de 
l'élection des membres du conseil de la municipalité et 
fait rapidement état du vote enregistré au secrétaire 
visé au paragraphe (2). Ce dernier prépare la compila- 
tion définitive, annonce les résultats du vote et com- 
munique ceux-ci au secrétaire du conseil et au ministre. 

8. Les articles 13 à 29 du Règlement sont abro- 
gés. 

9. Le tableau 1 du Règlement est abrogé et rem- 
placé par ce qui suit : 



TABLEAU 1 



TERRITOIRES DES CONSEILS 



Point 


Nom du conseil 


Superficie 
(km^) 


L 


District School Board Ontario North East 


24 876 


2. 


Aigoma District School Board 


9 069 


3. 


Rainbow District School Board 


14 010 


4. 


Near North District School Board 


17 020 


5. 


Keewatin-Patricia District School Board 


6310 


6. 


Rainy River District School Board 


10 409 


7. 


Lakehead District School Board 


5 086 


8. 


Superior-Greenstone District School Board 


18 644 


9. 


Bluewater District School Board 


8 686 


10. 


Avon Maitland District School Board 


5 639 


n. 


Greater Essex County District School Board 


1872 


12. 


Lambton Kent District School Board 


5 505 


13. 


Thames Valley District School Board 


7 278 


14. 


Toronto District School Board 


634 


15. 


Durham District School Board 


1 963 


16. 


Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board 


6 998 


17. 


Trillium Lakelands District School Board 


12 133 


18. 


York Region District School Board 


1 774 


19. 


Simcoe County District School Board 


4 901 


20. 


Upper Grand District School Board 


4 192 


21. 


Peel District School Board 


1255 


22. 


Halton District School Board 


973 


23. 


Hamilton- Wentworth District School Board 


1 127 


24. 


District School Board of Niagara 


1883 



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Point 


Nom du conseil 


Superficie 
(km^) 


25. 


Grand Erie District School Board 


4 067 


26. 


Waterloo Region District School Board 


1383 


27. 


Ottawa-Carleton District School Board 


2 806 


28. 


Upper Canada District School Board 


12 112 


29. 


Limestone District School Board 


7 193 


30. 


Renfrew County District School Board 


7 851 


31. 


Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board 


7 200 


32. 


Northeastern Catholic District School Board 


24 888 


33. 


Nipissing-Parry Sound Catholic District School Board 


10 597 


34. 


Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board 


8 813 


35. 


Sudbury Catholic District School Board 


9317 


36. 


Northwest Catholic District School Board 


Il 513 


37. 


Kenora Catholic District School Board 


1411 


38. 


Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board 


4 936 


39. 


Superior North Catholic District School Board 


18716 


40. 


Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board 


8 686 


41. 


Huron Perth Catholic District School Board 


5 639 


42. 


Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board 


1 872 


43. 


English-language Separate District School Board No. 38 


7 278 


44. 


St. Clair Catholic District School Board 


5 505 


45. 


Toronto Catholic District School Board 


634 


46. 


Peterborough Victoria Northumberiand and Clarington Catholic District School Board 


10 324 


47. 


York Catholic District School Board 


1774 


48. 


Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board 


2 751 


49. 


Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board 


9 383 


50. 


Durham Catholic District School Board 


1 963 


51. 


Halton Catholic District School Board 


973 


52. 


Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic District School Board 


1 127 


53. 


Wellington Catholic District School Board 


2 696 


54. 


Waterloo Catholic District School Board 


1383 


55. 


Niagara Catholic District School Board 


1 883 


56. 


Brant Haldimand Norfolk Catholic District School Board 


4 067 


57. 


Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario 


12 112 


58. 


Ottawa-Carleton Catholic District School Board 


2 806 


59. 


Renfrew County Catholic District School Board 


7 851 


60. 


Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board 


16 101 


61. 


Conseil scolaire de district du Nord-Est de l'Ontario 


46 453 


62. 


Conseil scolaire de district du Grand Nord de l'Ontario 


62 800 


63. 


Conseil scolaire de district du Centre Sud-Ouest 


68 014 


64. 


Conseil scolaire de district des écoles publiques de langue française n° 59 


37 152 


65. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Grandes Rivières 


24 876 


66. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique Franco-Nord 


10 597 


67. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Nouvel-Ontario 


18 224 


68. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Aurores boréales 


36 559 


69. 


Conseil scolaire de district des écoles catholiques du Sud-Ouest 


28 980 


70. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique Centre-Sud 


40 407 


71. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique de l'Est Ontarien 


5 326 


72. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Centre-Est de l'Ontario 


33 543 



10. (1) Sous réserve du paragraphe (2), le présent 
règlement entre en vigueur le jour de son dépôt 

(2) L'article 8 entre en vigueur le 31 octobre 2003. 

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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



O. Reg. 48/03 



ONTARIO REGULATION 46/03 

made under the 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: February 12, 2003 
Filed: February 26, 2003 

Amending O. Reg. 510/99 
(Community Safety Zones) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 510/99 has previously been 
amended. Those amendments are listed in the 
Table of Regulations published in The Ontario 
Gazette dated January 1 8, 2003. 

1. Ontario Regulation 510/99 is amended by adding 
the following Schedule: 

SCHEDULE 8 

TOWNSHIP OF SIOUX NARROWS NESTOR FALLS 

1. (1) That part of the King's Highway known as 
No. 71 in the Township of Sioux Narrows Nestor Falls in 
the Territorial District of Kenora lying between a point 
situate at its intersection with the centre line of the road- 
way known as Fadden Road and a point situate 350 
metres measured northerly from its intersection with the 
northerly abutment of the Sioux Narrows Bridge. 

(2) This designation is effective between 6 a.m. and 
10 p.m., seven days a week and every month of the year. 

Robert W. Runciman 
Minister of Public Safety and Security 



Dated on February 12, 2003. 
11/03 

ONTARIO REGULATION 47/03 

made under the 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: February 25, 2003 
Filed: February 27, 2003 

Amending Reg. 598 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Gross Weight on Bridges) 

Note: Regulation 598 has previously been amended. 
Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regu- 
lations published in The Ontario Gazette dated 
January 18,2003. 

1. Section 2 of Regulation 598 of the Revised Regu- 
lations of Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following 
substituted: 



2. No person shall move a vehicle or combination of 
vehicles of a class described in Column 2 of Schedule 4, 
5, 6, 9 or 10 on, over or upon a bridge described in Col- 
umn 1 if the gross weight of the vehicle or combination of 
vehicles is greater than the weight in tonnes set opposite 
in Column 3. 

2. Schedule 7 to the Regulation is revoked. 

Norman W. Sterling 
Minister of Transportation 

Dated on February 25, 2003. 

11/03 

ONTARIO REGULATION 48/03 

made under the 

SECURITIES ACT 

Made: January 28, 2003 

Approved: February 17,2003 

Filed: February 27, 2003 

Amending Reg. 1015 ofR.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Regulation 1015 has previously been amended. 
Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regu- 
lations published in The Ontario Gazette dated 
January 18,2003. 

1. Section 203.1 of Regulation 1015 of the Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is revoked. 

2. Section 203.2 of the Regulation is revoked. 

3. Schedule 1 to the Regulation is revoked. 

4. Forms 42, 43 and 44 of the Regulation are 
revoked. 

5. This Regulation comes into force on the day that 
the rule made by the Ontario Securities Commission 
on January 28, 2003 entitled '^Ontario Securities 
Commission Rule 13-502 Fees" comes into force. 

Ontario Securities Commission: 



David A. Brown 
Chair 

Howard I. Wetston 
Vice-Chair 



Dated on January 28, 2003. 

Note: The rule made by the Ontario Securities Com- 
mission on January 28, 2003 entitled "Ontario Securi- 
ties Commission Rule 33-502 Fees'" comes into force 
on March 31, 2003. 

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Publications under the Regulations Act 
Publications en vertu de la Loi sur les règlements 

2003—03—22 

ONTARIO REGULATION 49/03 

made under the 
EDUCATION ACT 

Made: February 27, 2003 
Filed: March 3, 2003 

AmendingO. Reg. 521/01 
(Collection of Personal Information) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 521/01 has previously been amended. Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations 
published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

1. Section 1 of Ontario Regulation 521/01 is amended by adding the following subsection: 

(2) An individual who would be a service provider under this Regulation only by reason of being a school bus driver, a 
driving instructor or both is not a service provider for the purposes of this Regulation while he or she satisfies the 
requirements set out by the Ministry of Transportation applicable to school bus drivers or driving instructors, as the case may 
be. 

Elizabeth Witmer 
Minister of Education 

Dated on February 27, 2003. 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 49/03 

^ pris en application de la 

LOI SUR L'ÉDUCATION 

pris le 27 février 2003 
déposé le 3 mars 2003 

modifiant le Règl. de l'Ont. 521/01 
(Collecte de renseignements personnels) 

Remarque : Le Règlement de l'Ontario 521/01 a été modifié antérieurement. Ces modifications sont indiquées dans la Table 
des règlements publiée dans la Gazette de l'Ontario du 18 janvier 2003. 

1. L'article 1 du Règlement de l'Ontario 521/01 est modifié par adjonction du paragraphe suivant : 

(2) Le particulier qui serait un fournisseur de services au sens du présent règlement au seul motif qu'il est conducteur 
d'autobus scolaire, moniteur de conduite automobile ou les deux n'est pas un fournisseur de services pour l'application du 
présent règlement tant qu'il satisfait aux exigences énoncées par le ministère des Transports qui visent les conducteurs 
d'autobus scolaire ou les moniteurs de conduite automobile, selon le cas. 

Elizabeth Witmer 
Ministre de l 'Education 

Fait le 27 février 2003. 
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688 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO O. Reg. 50/03 

ONTARIO REGULATION 50/03 

made under the 
HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

Made: March 5, 2003 
Filed: March 6, 2003 

Amending Reg. 552 of R.R.O. 1 990 

(General) i 

Note: Since the end of 2002, Regulation 552 has been amended by Ontario Regulation 18/03. Previous amendments are 
listed in the Table of Regulations published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

1. The definition of "schedule of benefits" in subsection 1 (1) of Regulation 552 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is amended by adding the following paragraph: 

5. Amendments dated March 31, 2003. | 

2. Section 37.5 of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

37.5 (I) The fee payable for an insured service rendered by a physician during a fiscal year referred to in Column 1 of the 
Table to this section shall be decreased in accordance with subsection (2) if the total amount payable for insured services 
rendered by the physician between the beginning of the fiscal year and the day the service is rendered exceeds the threshold 
amount set out opposite the fiscal year in Column 2 of the Table to this section. 

(2) For the purposes of subsection (1), in the case of an insured service rendered during a fiscal year referred to in Column 
I of the Table to this section, if the total amount payable for insured services rendered by the physician between the 
beginning of the fiscal year and the day the insured service is rendered is equal to or exceeds the threshold amount set out 
opposite the fiscal year in Column 2 of the Table, the fee payable for the insured service is one-third of the basic fee 
otherwise payable. -j 

(3) For the purposes of this section, the total amount payable for insured services shall include the amounts payable for all 
insured services other than the following: 

1 . A service set out in Appendix E to the General Preamble to the schedule of benefits. 

2. A service rendered under the Underserviced Area Program of the Ministry of Health. 

(4) Despite subsection (1), the fee payable for the following insured services shall not be decreased under this section: 

1 . A service set out in Parts 1, 3, 4 and 5 of Appendix E to the General Preamble to the schedule of benefits. 

2. A service rendered under the Underserviced Area Program of the Ministry of Health. 

(5) In this section, 

"fiscal year" means the period from April I of each year to and including March 3 1 of the following year. 

(6) This section, as it read immediately before April 1, 2002, continues to apply with respect to payments for services 
rendered before April I, 2002. 

TABLE 

THRESHOLD AMOUNTS FOR 
PHYSICIAN PROVIDERS 



Column! 


Column 2 


Fiscal year 


Total amount payable 


For the fiscal year beginning 
April 1 , 2002, and any 
subsequent fiscal year 


455.000 



3. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come into force on April 1, 2002. 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 51/03 
made under the 
^ ONTARIO ENERGY BOARD ACT, 1998 

Made: March 5, 2003 
Filed: March 6, 2003 

Amending O. Reg. 339/02 
(Electricity Pricing) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 339/02 has previously been amended. Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations 
published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

1. Subsection 3.1 (3) of Ontario Regulation 339/02 is amended by striiiing out "not later than March 31, 2003" and 
substituting "not later than September 30, 2003". 

2. Subsection 3.2 (3) of the Regulation is amended by striking out "not later than March 31, 2003" and substituting 
"not later than September 30, 2003". 

3. The Regulation is amended by adding the following sections: 

Obligation to maite payments under subs. 79.1 (16) of the Act 

3.2.1 (1) For the purposes of subsection 79.1 (16)of the Act, a distributor shall make a payment to a consumer who, 

(a) had an account with the distributor at any time between May 1, 2002 and November 24, 2002; 

(b) was charged by the distributor as a residential customer; 

(c) did not have an account with any distributor or a contract with any retailer licensed under Part V of the Act on 
November 25, 2002 and can so satisfy the distributor; and 

(d) has not received any payment under Part V of the Act, other than a payment under this section. 

(2) For the purposes of subsection 79.1 (16) of the Act, a retailer shall make a payment to a consumer who, 

(a) had a contract with the retailer at any time between May 1, 2002 and November 24, 2002 where the retailer billed the 
consumer under retailer consolidated billing; 

(b) was charged as a residential customer; 

(c) did not have an account with any distributor or a contract with any retailer licensed under Part V of the Act on 
November 25, 2002 and can so satisfy the retailer; and 

(d) has not received any payment under Part V of the Act, other than a payment under this section. 

(3) A consumer shall make a request for a payment under subsection ( 1 ) or (2) by September 30, 2003. 

(4) The amount of the payment to the consumer under subsections (1) and (2) shall be calculated in accordance with 
[section 3.2.2. 

[Calculation of payments under subs. 79.1 (16) of the Act 

3.2.2 (1) Subject to subsection (3), the amount of a payment by a distributor or retailer to a consumer as required by 
' section 3.2.1 shall be determined in accordance with the following formula: 

A-B 

where, 

A = subject to subsection (2), the total amount that the consumer paid to that distributor or retailer, in respect of the 
commodity price for electricity used, including total losses, during the period from May 1, 2002 to November 24, 
2002, 

B = subject to subsection (2), the total amount that the consumer would have been charged, by that distributor or retailer, in 
respect of the commodity price for electricity used, including total losses, during the period from May 1 , 2002 to 
November 24, 2002, if the commodity price for electricity had been 4.3 cents per kilowatt hour during that period. 

(2) If May 1, 2002 falls within a billing period that includes any day before that day, or if November 24, 2002 falls within 
a billing period that includes any day after that day, a distributor or retailer may, for the purpose of subsection ( 1 ), estimate 
the amounts charged during that billing period that relate to electricity used during the period from May 1, 2002 to November 
24, 2002. 

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(3) The amount of the payment that a distributor or retailer is required to make under section 3.2.1 to a consumer is the 
amount determined under subsection (1) or zero, whichever is greater. 

(4) A distributor or retailer who is required to make a payment under section 3.2.1 shall do so by mailing or hand- 
delivering a cheque or some other form of payment mutually agreed on to the consumer at the most recent address provided 
by the consumer or at such other location as may be mutually agreed on. 

(5) Despite subsection (1), the amount of payment by a distributor required under section 3.2.1 to a consumer who 
maintained a PPVA account between May 1, 2002 and November 24, 2002 shall be equal to the amount paid by the 
consumer to the distributor to reduce the outstanding PPVA account with the distributor to zero. 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 52/03 

made under the 

ONTARIO ENERGY BOARD ACT, 1998 

Made: March 5, 2003 
Filed: March 6, 2003 

AmendingO. Reg. 341/02 
(Payments re Sections 79.1 and 79.2 of the Act) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 341/02 has previously been amended. Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations 
published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

1. Ontario Regulation 341/02 is amended by adding the following sections: 

Payments re Subsection 79. 1 ( 1 6) of the Act 

Definition, sections 14.2 to 14.5 

14.1 In sections 14.2 to 14.5, 

"entitled consumer" means a consumer entitled to a payment under subsection 79.1 (16) of the Act by virtue of section 3.2.1 
of Ontario Regulation 339/02 (Electricity Pricing). 

Payments by licensed distributors to retailers 

14.2 (1) Every licensed distributor shall make a payment to a retailer in accordance with this section in respect of any 
payments that the retailer is required to make under subsection 79.1 (16) of the Act to entitled consumers who were located in 
the licensed distributor's service area during the period in respect of which they are entitled to the payment. 

(2) The amount of the payment is the aggregate of all amounts payable by the retailer under subsection 79.1 (16) of the 
Act to the entitled consumers who were located in the licensed distributor's service area. 

(3) The licensed distributor shall make payment to the retailer by paying the retailer the amount described in subsection 
(2) or by way of set-off of the amount against amounts payable by the retailer to the licensed distributor. 

(4) The licensed distributor shall make the payment, 

(a) after receiving a statement from the retailer setting out the number of entitled consumers to whom the retailer is 
required to make a payment under subsection 79.1 (16) of the Act who were located in the licensed distributor's 
service area and the total amount payable by the retailer to those consumers; and 

(b) after the IMO makes the payment to the licensed distributor required by section 14.4. 

(5) The licensed distributor shall make the payment in accordance with subsection (4) even if the retailer has not yet made 
any payments under subsection 79.1 (16) of the Act to entitled consumers who were located in the licensed distributor's 
service area. 

(6) Every retailer shall provide the following information to the licensed distributor, the IMO and the Financial 
Corporation forthwith after making the payments required under subsection 79.1 (16) of the Act to entitled consumers who 
were located in the licensed distributor's service area: 

1. The number of entitled consumers to whom the retailer made a payment under subsection 79.1 (16) of the Act who 
were located in the licensed distributor's service area. 

2. The total amount paid by the retailer under subsection 79.1 (16) of the Act to those entitled consumers. 

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Payments by licensed distributors to embedded distributors 

14.3 (1) Every licensed distributor who is a market participant shall make a payment in accordance with this section to an 
embedded distributor in respect of any payments the embedded distributor is required to make, 

(a) under subsection 79.1 (16) of the Act to entitled consumers who were located in the embedded distributor's service 
area during the period in respect of which they are entitled to the payment; or 

(b) under section 14.2 to a retailer. 

(2) The amount of the payment is the aggregate of all amounts payable by the embedded distributor under subsection 79.1 
(16) of the Act to the entitled consumers who were located in the embedded distributor's service area and under section 14.2 
to retailers. 

(3) The licensed distributor shall make the payment to the embedded distributor by paying the embedded distributor the 
amount required by subsection (2) or by way of set-off of the amount against amounts payable by the embedded distributor to 
the licensed distributor. 

(4) The licensed distributor shall make the payment, 

(a) after receiving from the embedded distributor a statement setting out, 

(i) the number of entitled consumers to whom the embedded distributor is required to make a payment under 
subsection 79.1 (16) of the Act who were located in the licensed distributor's service area and the total amount 
payable by the embedded distributor to those entitled consumers, and 

(ii) all of the information in statements provided to the embedded distributor by retailers under clause 14.2 (4) (a); 
and 

(b) after the IMO makes the payment to the licensed distributor required by section 14.4. 

(5) The licensed distributor shall make the payment in accordance with subsection (4) even if the embedded distributor has 
not yet made any payments under subsection 79.1 (16) of the Act to entitled consumers who were located in the embedded 
distributor's service area or under section 14.2 to retailers. 

(6) Every embedded distributor shall provide the following information to the IMO and the Financial Corporation 
forthwith after making the payments required under subsection 79. 1 (1 6) of the Act: 

1. The number of entitled consumers to whom the embedded distributor made a payment under subsection 79.1 (16) of 
the Act. 

2. The total amount paid by the embedded distributor under subsection 79. 1(16) of the Act to those entitled consumers. 
Payments by the IMO to licensed distributors 

14.4 (1) The IMO shall make a payment to every licensed distributor who is a market participant and is required to make 
I payment described in section 14.2 to a retailer, and the payment that the IMO is required by this subsection to make is equal 

lo the payment, if any, that the licensed distributor is required to make under section 14.2 to the retailer. 

(2) The IMO shall make the payment required by subsection (1) to a licensed distributor after receiving a statement from 
|the licensed distributor setting out the information provided to the licensed distributor under clause 14.2 (4) (a). 

(3) The IMO shall make a payment to every licensed distributor who is a market participant and who is required to make a 
'^ payment described in section 14.3 to an embedded distributor, and the payment that the IMO is required by this subsection to 

make is equal to the payment, if any, that the licensed distributor is required to make under section 14.3 to the embedded 
distributor. 

(4) The IMO shall make the payment required by subsection (3) to a licensed distributor after receiving a statement from 
the licensed distributor setting out the information provided to the licensed distributor under clause 14.3 (4) (a). 

(5) The IMO shall make a payment to a licensed distributor who is a market participant and who is required to make a 
payment under subsection 79.1 (16) of the Act to entitled consumers who were located in the licensed distributor's service 
area during the period in respect of which they are entitled to the payment, and the payment that the IMO is required by this 
subsection to make is equal to the aggregate of the payments that the licensed distributor is required to make under subsection 
79.1 (16) of the Act to those consumers. 

(6) The IMO shall make the payment required by subsection (5) to a licensed distributor after receiving a statement from 
the licensed distributor setting out the number of entitled consumers to whom the licensed distributor is required to make a 
payment under subsection 79.1 (16) of the Act and the total amount payable by the licensed distributor to those consumers. 

(7) The IMO shall make a payment required by this section to a licensed distributor by paying the licensed distributor an 
amount payable to the licensed distributor under this section or by way of set-off of the amount against amounts payable to 
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(8) The IMO shall make the payments required by this section to a licensed distributor even if the licensed distributor has 
not yet made any payments to entitled consumers under subsection 79.1 (16) of the Act, to retailers under section 14.2 of this 
Regulation or to embedded distributors under section 14.3 of this Regulation. 

(9) Every licensed distributor who is a market participant shall provide the following information to the IMO and the 
Financial Corporation forthwith after making the payments required under subsection 79.1 (16) of the Act: 

1. The number of entitled consumers to whom the licensed distributor made a payment under subsection 79.1 (16) of the 
Act. 

2. The total amount paid by the licensed distributor under subsection 79. 1(16) of the Act to those entitled consumers. 

Payments by the Financial Corporation to the IMO 

14.5 (1) The Financial Corporation shall make a payment to the IMO equal to the amount, if any, that the IMO is required 
to make to a licensed distributor under section 14.4. 

(2) The Financial Corporation shall make the payment required by subsection (1) after receiving from the IMO such 
information as the Financial Corporation may require concerning the licensed distributor and the retailers and embedded 
distributors referred to in section 14.4 and concerning the payments to be made by the IMO under that section. 

(3) The Financial Corporation shall make the payment required by subsection (I) even if the IMO has not yet made any 
payment to the licensed distributor under section 14.4. 

(4) The Financial Corporation may make the payment required by subsection ( 1 ) by paying the amount to the IMO or by 
way of set-off of the amount in the accounts maintained by the IMO, at the option of the Financial Corporation. 

2. The Regulation is amended by adding the following section: 

Reporting to the Financial Corporation 

16.1 Upon request, the IMO, a licensed distributor or a retailer shall give the Financial Corporation such information 
relating to payments required by this Regulation as the Financial Corporation may require, in the form and within the period 
specified by the Financial Corporation. 

3. (1) Subsection 17 (2) of the Regulation is amended by striking out "section 2 or 9" and substituting "section 2, 9 
or 14.2". 

(2) Subsection 17 (3) of the Regulation is amended by striking out "section 3, 4, 10 or 11" and substituting "section 
3,4, 10, 11 or 14.3". 

12/03 



ONTARIO REGULATION 53/03 

made under the 

INTERJURISDICTIONAL SUPPORT ORDERS ACT, 2002 

Made: March 5, 2003 
Filed: March 6, 2003 

RECIPROCATING JURISDICTIONS 

Reciprocating jurisdictions 

1. The following are declared to be reciprocating jurisdictions for the purposes of the Act: 

1 . All provinces and territories of Canada apart from Ontario. 

2. The United States of America, including the 50 states, American Samoa, District of Columbia, Guam, Puerto Rico, 
United States Virgin Islands and any other jurisdiction of the United States participating in Title IV-D of the Social 
Security Act (U.S.A.). 

3. The Commonwealth of Australia and the following States and Territories of Australia: 

Capital Territory of Australia South Australia 

New South Wales Tasmania 

Northern Territory of Australia Victoria 

Queensland Westem Australia 

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4. The following jurisdictions: 

Federal Republic of Germany 

Fiji 

Finland 

Gibraltar 

Guernsey, Aldemey and Sark 

Hong Kong 

Isle of Man 

Malta and its Dependencies 

New Zealand and the Cook Islands 

Papua New Guinea 

Republic of Austria 

Republic of Ghana 

Republic of Poland 

Republic of South Africa 

States of Jersey 

United Kingdom 

Zimbabwe 

Revocation 

2. Ontario Regulations 140/94, 461/98, 313/00 and 207/02 are revoked. 

Commencement 

3. This Regulation comes into force on the day the Interjurisdictional Support Orders Act, 2002 comes into force. 

RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 53/03 

pris en application de la 

LOI DE 2002 SUR LES ORDONNANCES ALIMENTAIRES D'EXÉCUTION RÉCIPROQUE 

pris le 5 mars 2003 
déposé le 6 mars 2003 

AUTORITÉS PRATIQUANT LA RÉCIPROCITÉ 

Autorités pratiquant la réciprocité 

1. Les autorités suivantes sont déclarées des autorités pratiquant la réciprocité pour l'application de la Loi : 

1 . Toutes les provinces, sauf l'Ontario, et tous les territoires du Canada. 

2. Les États-Unis d'Amérique, y cornpris les 50 États, les Samoa américaines, le district fédéral de Columbia, Guam, 
Puerto Rico, les îles Vierges des États-Unis et tout autre territoire des États-Unis qui participe au programme visé au 
titre I V-D de la loi intitulée Social Security Act (U.S.A.). 

3. Le Commonwealth d'Australie et les États et territoires suivants de l'Australie : 

Australie-Méridionale Tasmanie 

Australie-Occidentale Territoire du Nord 

Nouvelle-Galles du Sud Territoire fédéral de la capitale 

Queensland Victoria 



4. Les autorités suivantes 



États de Jersey 

Fidji 

Finlande 

Gibraltar 

Guemesey, Aurigny et Sercq 

Hong Kong 

île de Man 

Malte et ses dépendances 

Nouvelle-Zélande et les îles Cook 

Papouasie-Nouveile-Guinée 

République d'Autriche 



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République de Pologne 
République du Ghana 
République fédérale d'Allemagne 
République sud-africaine 
Royaume-Uni 
Zimbabwe 

Abrogation 

2. Les Règlements de l'Ontario 140/94, 461/98, 313/00 et 207/02 sont abrogés. 

Entrée en vigueur 

3. Le présent règlement entre en vigueur le jour où la Loi de 2002 sur les ordonnances alimentaires d'exécution 
réciproque entre en vigueur. 

12/03 



ONTARIO REGULATION 54/03 

made under the 

COURTS OF JUSTICE ACT 

Made: February 7, 2003 

Approved: March 5, 2003 

Filed: March 6, 2003 

Amending Reg. 194ofR.R.O. 1990 
(Rules of Civil Procedure) 

Note: Since the end of 2002, Regulation 194 has been amended by Ontario Regulation 19/03. Previous amendments are 
listed in the Table of Regulations published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

1. (1) Subrule 60.08 (10) of Regulation 194 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(10) If the garnishee is a financial institution, the notice of garnishment and all further notices required to be seiA'ed under 
this rule shall be served at the branch at which the debt is payable, unless subrule (10.1) applies. 

(10.1) If the garnishee is a financial institution to which the Bank Act (Canada), the Cooperative Credit Associations Act 
(Canada) or the Trust and Loan Companies Act (Canada) applies and the garnishment enforces an order described in 
subsection 34 (1) of the Family Law Act or a support order as defined in subsection 2 (I) of the Divorce Act (Canada) or in 
section 1 of the Family Responsibility and Support Arrears Enforcement Act, 1996, the notice of garnishment and all further 
notices required to be served under this rule, 

(a) shall be served at the designated office of the institution established for this purpose; and 

(b) shall be accompanied by a statement to garnishee financial institution re support in Form 29J of the Family Law Rules 
(Ontario Regulation 1 14/99). 

(2) Clause 60.08 (13) (a) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

(a) if the garnishee is a fmancial institution, money in an account opened after the notice of garnishment is served; 

2. Clause 70.01 (1) (c) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

(c) the Interjurisdictional Support Orders Act, 2002; 

3. Clause 70.03.1 (2) (c) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

(c) the Interjurisdictional Support Orders Act, 2002. 

4. Rules 70.08.1 and 70.08.2 of the Regulation are revoked and the following substituted: 

VARIATION APPLICATION 

70.08.1 (1) Rule 69.24 (variation of final order) applies, with necessary modifications, in respect of a support order made 
under the Family Law Act or a custody or access order made under the Children 's Law Reform Act. 



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(2) Rule 37 of the Family Law Rules (Ontario Regulation 114/99) applies, with necessary modifications, to a support 
order made under the Interjurisdictional Support Orders Act, 2002. 

MOTION TO VARY CHILD SUPPORT ORDER 

70.08.2 (1) Rule 69.24.1 (motion to vary child support) applies, with necessary modifications, in respect of a support 
order made under the Family Law Act. 

(2) Rule 37 of the Family Law Rules (Ontario Regulation 1 14/99) applies, with necessary modifications, to a support 
order made under the Interjurisdictional Support Orders Act, 2002. 

5. Rule 70.13 of the Regulation is revoked. 

6. (1) Subject to subsection (2), this Regulation comes Into force on filing. 



(2) Sections 2, 3, 4 and 5 come Into force on the day the Interjurisdictional Support Orders Act, 2002 comes into 
force. 

RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 54/03 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR LES TRIBUNAUX JUDICIAIRES 

pris le 7 février 2003 

approuvé le 5 mars 2003 

déposé le 6 mars 2003 



modifiant le Régi. 194 des R.R.O. de 1990 
(Règles de procédure civile) 

Remarque : Depuis la fin de 2002, le Règlement 194 a été modifié par le Règlement de l'Ontario 19/03. Les modifications 
antérieures sont indiquées dans la Table des règlements publiée dans la Gazette de l'Ontario du 18 janvier 2003. 

1. (1) Le paragraphe 60.08 (10) du Règlement 194 des Règlements refondus de l'Ontario de 1990 est abrogé et 
emplacé par ce qui suit : 



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^B (10) Si le tiers saisi est une institution financière, l'avis de saisie-arrêt et tous les autres avis qui doivent être signifiés en 
application de la présente règle sont signifiés à la succursale où la créance est exigible, sauf si le paragraphe (10.1) 
s'applique. 

(10.1) Si le tiers saisi est une institution financière à laquelle s'applique la Loi sur les banques (Canada), la Loi sur les 
associations coopératives de crédit (Canada) ou la Loi sur les sociétés de fiducie et de prêt (Canada) et que la saisie-arrêt 
exécute une ordonnance visée au paragraphe 34 (1) de la Loi sur le droit de la famille ou une ordonnance alimentaire au sens 
du paragraphe 2 (1) de la Loi sur le divorce (Canada) ou de l'article 1 de la Loi de 1996 sur les obligations familiales et 
l'exécution des arriérés d'aliments, l'avis de saisie-arrêt et tous les autres avis qui doivent être signifiés en application de la 
présente règle : 

a) d'une part, sont signifiés au bureau désigné de l'institution établi à cette fm; 

b) d'autre part, sont accompagnés d'une déclaration à l'institution financière (tiers saisi) relative aux aliments qui est 
rédigée selon la formule 29J des Règles en matière de droit de la famille (Règlement de l'Ontario 1 14/99). 

(2) L'alinéa 60.08 (13) a) du Règlement est abrogé et remplacé par ce qui suit : 

a) si le tiers saisi est une institution fmancière, les sommes déposées dans un compte ouvert après que l'avis de saisie- 
arrêt est signifié; 

2. L'alinéa 70.01 (1) c) du Règlement est abrogé et remplacé par ce qui suit : 

c) de la Loi de 2002 sur les ordonnances alimentaires d'exécution réciproque; 

3. L'alinéa 70.03.1 (2) c) du Règlement est abrogé et remplacé par ce qui suit : 
c) la Loi de 2002 sur les ordonnances alimentaires d'exécution réciproque. 

4. Les règles 70.08.1 et 70.08.2 du Règlement sont abrogées et remplacées par ce qui suit : 



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REQUÊTE EN MODIFICATION 

70.08.1 (1) La règle 69.24 (modification d'une ordonnance définitive) s'applique, avec les adaptations nécessaires, à une 
ordonnance alimentaire qui a été rendue en vertu de la Loi sur le droit de la famille ou à une ordonnance accordant la garde 
d'un enfant ou le droit de visite qui a été rendue en vertu de la Loi portant réforme du droit de l'enfance. 

(2) La règle 37 des Règles en matière de droit de la famille (Règlement de l'Ontario 114/99) s'applique, avec les 
adaptations nécessaires, à une ordonnance alimentaire qui a été rendue en vertu de la Loi de 2002 sur les ordonnances 
alimentaires d'exécution réciproque. 

MOTION VISANT À MODIFIER UNE ORDONNANCE ALIMENTAIRE À L'ÉGARD D'UN ENFANT 

70.08.2 (1) La règle 69.24.1 (motion visant à modifier une ordonnance alimentaire à l'égard d'un enfant) s'applique, avec 
les adaptations nécessaires, à l'égard d'une ordonnance alimentaire qui a été rendue en vertu de la Loi sur le droit de la 
famille. 

(2) La règle 37 des Règles en matière de droit de la famille (Règlement de l'Ontario 114/99) s'applique, avec les 
adaptations nécessaires, à une ordonnance alimentaire qui a été rendue en vertu de la Loi de 2002 sur les ordonnances 
alimentaires d'exécution réciproque. 

5. La règle 70.13 du Règlement est abrogée. 

6. (1) Sous réserve du paragraphe (2), le présent règlement entre en vigueur le jour de son dépôt. 

(2) Les articles 2, 3, 4 et 5 entrent en vigueur le même jour que la Loi de 2002 sur les ordonnances alimentaires 
d'exécution réciproque. 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 55/03 

made under the 

INTERJURISDICTIONAL SUPPORT ORDERS ACT, 2002 

Made: March 5, 2003 
Filed: March 6, 2003 

GENERAL 

Definitions 

1. In this Regulation, 

"rules" means the Family Law Rules, Ontario Regulation 1 14/99; ("règles") 
"send", when used in reference to a person, means to, 

(a) send by ordinary or regular mail to the person's lawyer or, if none, to the person, 

(b) send by courier to the person's lawyer or, if none, to the person, 

(c) deposit at a document exchange to which the person's lawyer belongs, or 

(d) fax to the person's lawyer or, if none, to the person, ("envoyer") 

New Order — Claimant in Ontario 

Support application 

2. A claimant to whom subsection 5 (1) of the Act applies shall use Form A (support application/support variation 
application), Form B (identification information) and any of Forms C to M that are necessary in the particular case. 

Further information or documents 

3. For the purpose of subsection 6 (3) of the Act, further information or documents requested by the appropriate authority 
in a reciprocating jurisdiction shall be provided as follows: 

1 . If the information or documents are provided by the claimant, they shall be part of, or attached as exhibits to, a sworn 
statement made by the claimant. The claimant shall give the sworn statement to the designated authority, which shall 
send it to the appropriate authority. 



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2. If the information or documents are provided by the designated authority, the designated authority shall send them to 
the appropriate authority. No sworn statement is required. 



When order received in Ontario 



4. On receiving a certified copy of an order and reasons, if any, as described in subsection 6 (4) of the Act, the designated 
authority shall send a copy of the order and reasons, if any, to the claimant at the address shown on the support application or 
the more recent address provided by the claimant. 

Provisional order 

5. A claimant to whom section 7 of the Act applies shall use Form A (support application/support variation application). 
Form B (identification information) and any of Forms C to M that are necessary in the particular case. 

New Order — Claimant Outside Ontario 

ervice on respondent 

6. For the purposes of section 10 of the Act, 

(a) the clerk of the Ontario court shall serve the documents referred to in that section on the respondent in accordance with 
subrule 37 (3) of the rules; and 

(b) the information or documents that the respondent is required to provide are set out in subrule 37 (4) of the rules. 
Order made in absence of respondent 

7. For the purposes of subsection 15 (2) of the Act, the Ontario court shall send copies of an order made under subsection 
15 (I) of the Act to the designated authority and to the respondent in accordance with subrule 37(16) of the rules. 

Registration and Enforcement of Orders Made Outside Ontario 

Sending order to court 

8. (I) When the designated authority receives a certified copy of an order under subsection 18 (2) of the Act, the 
designated authority shall send the certified copy to the clerk of the Ontario court sitting nearest the place where the party is 
believed to reside. 

(2) Subsection (1) also applies with respect to orders received as described in subsections 6 (4) and 28 (4) of the Act. 

Votice of registration of order made outside Canada 

9. For the purpose of subsection 20 (I) of the Act, the clerk of the Ontario court shall give notice of the registration of an 
|Order made outside Canada to any party to the order who is believed to ordinarily reside in Ontario in accordance with 

iibrule37(18)oftherules. 

Notice of motion to set registration aside 

10. For the purpose of subsection 20 (3) of the Act, a party shall give notice of a motion to set aside the registration of an 
lorder made outside Canada in accordance with subrule 37 (20) of the rules. 

[Notice of decision or order 

11. For the purpose of subsection 20 (7) of the Act, the clerk of the Ontario court shall give notice of a decision or order of 
that court under section 20 of the Act in accordance with subrules 37 (22) and (23) of the rules. 

Variation of Order — Applicant in Ontario 

Support variation application 

12. An applicant to whom subsection 27 (1) of the Act applies shall use Form A (support application/support variation 
application). Form B (identification information) and any of Forms C to M that are necessary in the particular case. 

Further information or documents 

13. For the purpose of subsection 28 (3) of the Act, further information or documents requested by the appropriate 
authority in a reciprocating jurisdiction shall be provided as follows: 

1. If the information or documents are provided by the applicant, they shall be part of, or attached as exhibits to, a sworn 
statement made by the applicant. The applicant shall give the sworn statement to the designated authority, which shall 
send it to the appropriate authority. 

2. If the information or documents are provided by the designated authority, the designated authority shall send them to 
the appropriate authority. No sworn statement is required. 



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When order received in Ontario 



14. On receiving a certified copy of an order and reasons, if any, as described in subsection 28 (4) of the Act, the 
designated authority shall send a copy of the order and reasons, if any, to the applicant at the address shown on the variation 
application or the more recent address provided by the applicant. 

Provisional variation order 

15. An applicant to whom section 30 of the Act applies shall use Form A (support variation/support variation application). 
Form B (identification information) and any of Forms C to M that are necessary in the particular case. 

Variation of Order — Applicant Outside Ontario 

Service on respondent and information or documents to be provided by respondent 

16. For the purposes of section 33 of the Act, 

(a) the clerk of the Ontario court shall serve the documents referred to in that section on the respondent in accordance with 
subrule 37 (3) of the rules; and 

(b) the information or documents that the respondent is required to provide are set out in subrule 37 (4) of the rules. 
Order made in absence of respondent 

17. For the purposes of subsection 37 (2) of the Act, the Ontario court shall send copies of an order made under subsection 
37 (1) of the Act to the designated authority and to the respondent in accordance with subrule 37 (16) of the rules. 

Conversion Into Canadian Currency 

Conversion into Canadian currency 

18. (1) For the purpose of section 44 of the Act, the clerk of the Ontario court shall convert an amount of support that is 
not expressed in Canadian currency into Canadian currency as follows: 

1. The clerk shall obtain from a bank listed in Schedule I or II to the Bank Act (Canada) a quotation for the equivalent 
amount in Canadian currency at, 

i. the rate of exchange applicable oh the day the order was made, if it has not been varied, or on the day the order 
was last varied, or 

ii. if the rate of exchange described in subparagraph i is not available, the rate of exchange applicable on the day the 
order was registered or on some other day that is closer to the day the order was made or last varied. 

2. The clerk shall certify the resulting amount in Canadian currency on the order. 

(2) The amount in Canadian currency that is certified under paragraph 2 of subsection (1) is the amount of support 
payable. 

Forms 

Forms 

19. The forms dated March 31, 2003 available on the web site www.forms.ssb. gov. on. ca/mbs/ssb/forms/Forms 
Repository. nsf/lnterjurisdictional are prescribed. 

Commencement 

20. This Regulation comes into force on the day the Interjurisdictional Support Orders Act, 2002 comes into force. 

RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 55/03 

pris en application de la 

LOI DE 2002 SUR LES ORDONNANCES ALIMENTAIRES D'EXÉCUTION RÉCIPROQUE 

pris le 5 mars 2003 
déposé le 6 mars 2003 

DISPOSITIONS GÉNÉRALES 

Définitions 

1. Les définitions qui suivent s'appliquent au présent règlement, 
«envoyer» Relativement à une persorme, s'entend de l'un ou l'autre des actes suivants : 



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a) envoyer par courrier ordinaire à l'avocat de la personne ou, si elle n'en a pas, à la personne même; 

b) envoyer par messagerie à l'avocat de la personne ou, si elle n'en a pas, à la personne même; 

c) déposer à un centre de distribution de documents auquel l'avocat de la personne appartient; 

d) transmettre par télécopie à l'avocat de la personne ou, si elle n'en a pas, à la personne même, («send») 
«règles» Les Règles en matière de droit de la famille. Règlement de l'Ontario 1 14/99. («rules») 

Nouvelle ordonnance — requérant résidant en Ontario 

Requête en aliments 

2. Le requérant à qui s'applique le paragraphe 5 (I) de la Loi utilise la formule A (requête en aliments/requête en 
modification de l'ordonnance alimentaire), la formule B (renseignements concernant l'identité) et celles des formules C à M 
qui sont nécessaires dans la cause en question. 

Renseignements ou documents supplémentaires 

3. Pour l'application du paragraphe 6 (3) de la Loi, les renseignements ou les documents supplémentaires que demande 
l'autorité compétente d'une autorité pratiquant la réciprocité sont fournis selon les modalités suivantes : 

1. Si les renseignements ou les documents sont fournis par le requérant, ils font partie d'une déclaration sous serment 
faite par lui ou y sont annexés en tant que pièces. Le requérant remet une déclaration sous serment à l'autorité 
désignée, qui l'envoie à l'autorité compétente. 

2. Si les renseignements ou les documents sont fournis par l'autorité désignée, cette dernière les envoie à l'autorité 
compétente. Aucune déclaration sous serment n'est nécessaire. 

Réception de l'ordonnance en Ontario 

4. Après avoir reçu une copie certifiée conforme d'une ordonnance et des motifs de celle-ci, le cas échéant, comme le 
prévoit le paragraphe 6 (4) de la Loi, l'autorité désignée en envoie une copie au requérant, à l'adresse indiquée sur la requête 
en aliments ou à la dernière adresse fournie par le requérant. 

Ordonnance conditionnelle 

5. Le requérant à qui s'applique l'article 7 de la Loi utilise la formule A (requête en aliments/requête en modification de 
l'ordonnance alimentaire), la formule B (renseignements concernant l'identité) et celles des formules C à M qui sont 
nécessaires dans la cause en question. 

Nouvelle ORDONNANCE — requérant résidant À l'extérieur de l'Ontario 

Signification à l'intimé 

6. Pour l'application de l'article 10 de la Loi : 

a) d'une part, le greffier du tribunal de l'Ontario signifie à l'intimé les documents visés à cet article conformément au 
paragraphe 37 (3) des règles; 

b) d'autre part, les renseignements ou les documents que l'intimé est tenu de fournir sont énoncés au paragraphe 37 (4) 
des règles. 

Ordonnance rendue en l'absence de l'intimé 

7. Pour l'application du paragraphe 15 (2) de la Loi, le tribunal de l'Ontario envoie des copies d'une ordonnance rendue 
en vertu du paragraphe 15 (1) de la Loi à l'autorité désignée et à l'intimé, conformément au paragraphe 37 (16) des règles. 

Enregistrement et exécution des ordonnances rendues à l'extérieur de l'Ontario 

Envoi d'une ordonnance au tribunal 

8. (I) Lorsqu'elle reçoit une copie certifiée conforme d'une ordonnance visée au paragraphe 18 (2) de la Loi, l'autorité 
désignée envoie la copie certifiée conforme au greffier du tribunal de l'Ontario siégeant le plus près du lieu où l'on croit que 
réside la partie. 

(2) Le paragraphe (1) s'applique également à l'égard des ordonnances reçues comme le prévoient les paragraphes 6 (4) et 
28 (4) de la Loi. 

Avis d'enregistrement d'une ordonnance rendue à l'extérieur du Canada 

9. Pour l'application du paragraphe 20 (I) de la Loi, le greffier du tribunal de l'Ontario donne un avis d'enregistrement 
d'une ordonnance rendue à l'extérieur du Canada aux parties à l'ordonnance que l'on croit résider habituellement en Ontario, 
conformément au paragraphe 37 (18) des règles. 



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Avis de motion en annulation de l'enregistrement 

10. Pour rapplication du paragraphe 20 (3) de la Loi, une partie donne un avis de motion en annulation de 
l'enregistrement d'une ordonnance rendue à l'extérieur du Canada, conformément au paragraphe 37 (20) des règles. 

Avis de la décision ou de l'ordonnance 

11. Pour l'application du paragraphe 20 (7) de la Loi, le greffier du tribunal de l'Ontario donne un avis de la décision ou 
de l'ordonnance rendue par ce tribunal en vertu de l'article 20 de la Loi, conformément aux paragraphes 37 (22) et (23) des 
règles. 

Modification de l'ordonnance — requérant résidant en Ontario 

Requête en modification de l'ordonnance alimentaire 

12. Le requérant à qui s'applique le paragraphe 27 (1) de la Loi utilise la formule A (requête en aliments/requête en 
modification de l'ordonnance alimentaire), la formule B (renseignements concernant l'identité) et celles des formules C à M 
qui sont nécessaires dans la cause en question. 

Renseignements ou documents supplémentaires 

13. Pour l'application du paragraphe 28 (3) de la Loi, les renseignements ou les documents supplémentaires que demande 
l'autorité compétente d'une autorité pratiquant la réciprocité sont fournis selon les modalités suivantes : 

1. Si les renseignements ou les documents sont fournis par le requérant, ils font partie d'une déclaration sous serment 
faite par lui ou y sont annexés en tant que pièces. Le requérant remet la déclaration sous serment à l'autorité désignée, 
qui l'envoie à l'autorité compétente. 

2. Si les renseignements ou les documents sont fournis par l'autorité désignée, cette dernière les envoie à l'autorité 
compétente. Aucune déclaration sous serment n'est nécessaire. 

Réception de l'ordonnance en Ontario 

14. Après avoir reçu une copie certifiée conforme d'une ordonnance et des motifs de celle-ci, le cas échéant, comme le 
prévoit le paragraphe 28 (4) de la Loi, l'autorité désignée en envoie une copie au requérant, à l'adresse indiquée sur la requête 
en modification ou à la dernière adresse fournie par le requérant. 

Ordonnance modificative conditionnelle 

15. Le requérant à qui s'applique l'article 30 de la Loi utilise la formule A (requête en aliments/requête en modification de 
l'ordonnance alimentaire), la formule B (renseignements concernant l'identité) et celles des formules C à M qui sont 
nécessaires dans la cause en question. 

Modification de l'ordonnance — requérant résidant à l'extérieur de l'Ontario 

Signification à l'intimé et renseignements ou documents qu'il doit fournir 

16. Pour l'application de l'article 33 de la Loi : 

a) d'une part, le greffier du tribunal de l'Ontario signifie à l'intimé les documents visés à cet article conformément au 
paragraphe 37 (3) des règles; 

b) d'autre part, les renseignements ou les documents que l'intimé est tenu de fournir sont énoncés au paragraphe 37 (4) 
des règles. 

Ordonnance rendue en l'absence de l'intimé 

17. Pour l'application du paragraphe 37 (2) de la Loi, le tribunal de l'Ontario envoie des copies d'une ordonnance rendue 
en vertu du paragraphe 37 (1) de la Loi à l'autorité désignée et à l'intimé, conformément au paragraphe 37 (16) des règles. 

Conversion en monnaie canadienne 

Conversion en monnaie canadienne 

18. (1) Pour l'application de l'article 44 de la Loi, le greffier du tribunal de l'Ontario fait la conversion en monnaie 
canadienne du montant des aliments qui n'est pas exprimé en monnaie canadienne de la façon suivante : 

1. Le greffier s'informe auprès d'une banque mentionnée à l'annexe I ou II de la Loi sur les banques (Canada) du 
montant équivalent en monnaie canadienne calculé : 

i. au taux de change en vigueur le jour où l'ordonnance a été rendue, si elle n'a pas été modifiée, ou le jour où elle a 
été modifiée pour la dernière fois, 

ii. au taux de change en vigueur le jour de l'enregistrement de l'ordonnance ou un jour plus rapproché de celui où 
l'ordonnance a été rendue ou modifiée pour la dernière fois, si le taux de change visé à la sous-disposition i n'est 
pas disponible. 

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2. Le greffier certifie, sur l'ordonnance, le montant converti en monnaie canadienne. 

(2) Le montant en monnaie canadienne qui est certifié en application de la disposition! du paragraphe (1) constitue le 
montant des aliments à verser. 

FORMULES 

Formules 

19. Les formules datées du 31 mars 2003 et disponibles sur le site Web www.forms.ssb. gov.on.ca/mbs/ssb/forms/Forms 
Repositor\'.nsf/lnteriurisdictional sont prescrites. 

Entrée en vigueur 

20. Le présent règlement entre en vigueur le même jour que la Loi de 2002 sur les ordonnances alimentaires 
d'exécution réciproque. 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 56/03 

made under the 

COURTS OF JUSTICE ACT 

Made: February 7, 2003 

Approved: March 5, 2003 

Filed: March 6, 2003 

Amending O. Reg. 114/99 
(Family Law Rules) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 114/99 has previously been amended. Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations 
published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

1. Clause 1 (2) (a) (viii) of Ontario Regulation 1 14/99 is revoked and the following substituted: 

(viii) the Interjurisdictional Support Orders Act, 2002; 

2. Subrule 14 (6) of the Regulation is amended by striking out "or" at the end of clause (d) and by adding the 
following clauses: 

(f) for an oral hearing under subrule 37 (8) or 37.1 (8); or 

(g) to set aside the registration of an interjurisdictional support order made outside Canada. 

3. Subrule 25 (11) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

WHEN CLERK PREPARES ORDER 

(11) The clerk shall prepare the order for signature, 

(a) within 10 days after it is made, if no party has a lawyer; 

(b) as soon as it is made, 

(i) if it is a support deduction order under the Family Responsibility and Support Arrears Enforcement Act, 1996 or 
an order under the Interjurisdictional Support Orders Act, 2002, or 

(ii) if the judge directs the clerk to do so. 

4. Clause 26 (6) (b) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

(b) if the Interjurisdictional Support Orders Act, 2002 applies, a document receivable under section 49 of that Act may be 
used instead of Form 26. 

5. Subrule 29 (6) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

FINANCIAL INSTITUTION 

(6) If the garnishee is a financial institution, the notice of garnishment and all further notices required to be served under 
this rule shall be served at the branch of the institution where the debt to the payor is payable, unless subrule (6.1) applies. 

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FEDERALLY REGULATED FINANCIAL INSTITUTION — GARNISHMENT RE SUPPORT 

(6.1) If the garnishee is a financial institution to which the Bank Act (Canada), the Cooperative Credit Associations Act 
(Canada) or the Trust and Loan Companies Act (Canada) apphes and the garnishment enforces a support order, the notice of 
garnishment and ail further notices required to be served under this rule, 

(a) shall be served at the designated office of the institution established for this purpose; and 

(b) shall be accompanied by a statement to garnishee financial institution re support (Form 29 J). 
NEW ACCOUNTS 

(6.2) Subrules (4) and (5) do not apply to money in an account opened after a notice of garnishment is served as described 
in subrule(6) or (6.1). 

6. Rule 37 of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

RULE 37: INTERJURISDICTIONAL SUPPORT ORDERS ACT, 2002 
APPLICATION 

37. (1) This rule applies to cases under the Act. 
DEFINITIONS 

(2) In this rule, 

"Act" means the Interjurisdictional Support Orders Act, 2002; ("Loi") 
"appropriate authority" has the same meaning as in the Act; ("autorité compétente") 
"designated authority" has the same meaning as in the Act; ("autorité désignée") 
"general regulation" means Ontario Regulation 55/03; ("règlement général") 
"send", when used in reference to a person, means to, 

(a) mail to the person's lawyer or, if none, to the person, 

(b) send by courier to the person's lawyer or, if none, to the person, 

(c) deposit at a document exchange to which the person's lawyer belongs, or 

(d) fax to the person's lawyer or, if none, to the person, ("envoyer") 
NOTICE OF HEARING 

(3) When the court receives a support application or a support variation application the clerk shall, under section 10 or 33 
of the Act, 

(a) serve on the respondent, by special service, 

(i) the notice of hearing mentioned in clause 10 (b) or 33 (b) of the Act (Form 37), 
(ii) a copy of the documents sent by the designated authority, and 
(iii) blank response forms; and 

(b) send to the designated authority a copy of the notice of hearing and an information sheet (Form 37A). 
INFORMATION AND DOCUMENTS TO BE PROVIDED BY RESPONDENT 

(4) The respondent shall file, within 30 days after service of the notice of hearing, 

(a) an answer in Form N under the general regulation, 

(i) identifying any issues the respondent intends to raise with respect to the support application, and 

(ii) containing the financial information referred to in subsection 21(1) of Ontario Regulation 391/97 (Child Support 
Guidelines), if the support application includes a claim for child support; 

(b) an affidavit (Form 14A) setting out the evidence on which the respondent relies; and 

(c) a financial statement in Form K under the general regulation. 
RESPONDENT'S FINANCIAL STATEMENT 

(5) The respondent is required to file a financial statement whether he or she intends to dispute the claim or not. 



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APPLICANT'S FINANCIAL STATEMENT 

(6) The fact that the appHcant has provided financial information in a form different than that required by these rules does 
not affect the case. 

WRITTEN HEARING 

(7) Unless the court orders otherwise under subrule (9), the application shall be dealt with on the basis of written 
documents without the parties or their lawyers needing to come to court. 

REQUEST FOR ORAL HEARING 

(8) The respondent may request an oral hearing by filing a motion (Form 14B) within 30 days after being served with the 
notice of hearing. 

ORDER FOR ORAL HEARING 

(9) The court may order an oral hearing, on the respondent's motion or on its own initiative, if it is satisfied that an oral 
hearing is necessary to deal with the case justly. 

DIRECTION TO REQUEST FURTHER INFORMATION OR DOCUMENTS 

(10) A direction to request further information or documents under clause 1 1 (2) (a) or 34 (2) (a) of the Act shall be in 
Form 37B, and a statement of the court's reasons for requesting ftirther evidence shall be attached to the direction. 

DIRECTION TO BE SENT TO RESPONDENT 

(11) When a direction is sent to the designated authority under clause 1 1 (2) (a) of the Act, the clerk shall also send a copy 
to the respondent. 

ADJOURNMENT 

(12) When the court adjourns the hearing under clause 1 1 (2) (b) or 34 (2) (b) of the Act, it shall specify the date on which 
the hearing is to continue. 

COPIES OF FURTHER INFORMATION OR DOCUMENTS 

(13) When the court receives the further information or documents, the clerk shall promptly prepare a notice of 
continuation of hearing (Form 37C) and send it, with copies of the information or documents, to the respondent and to the 
designated authority. 

RESPONDENT'S AFFIDAVIT 

(14) If the respondent wishes to respond to the further information or documents, he or she shall file an affidavit (Form 
14A) containing the response with the court, within 30 days after receiving the notice of continuation of hearing. 

PREPARATION OF ORDER 

( 1 5) The clerk shall prepare the order for signature as soon as it is made, in accordance with subrule 25 ( 1 1 ). 
SENDING COPIES OF ORDER TO RESPONDENT AND DESIGNATED AUTHORITY 

(16) The court shall send, 

(a) a copy of the order to the respondent, addressed to the respondent's last known address if sent by mail; and • 

(b) a certified copy of the order to the designated authority. 
SENDING COPY OF ORDER TO APPROPRIATE AUTHORITY 

(17) The designated authority shall send the certified copy of the order to the appropriate authority. 
NOTICE OF REGISTRATION, ORDER MADE OUTSIDE CANADA 

(18) For the purpose of subsection 20 (I) of the Act, the clerk of the Ontario court shall give notice of the registrafion of 
an order made outside Canada by providing a notice in Form 37D, as described in subrule (19), to any party to the order who 
is believed to ordinarily reside in Ontario. 

SENDING OR SPECIAL SERVICE 

(19) If the party to whom notice is to be provided applied for the order in Ontario, the clerk shall send the notice to the 
party, but in any other case, the clerk shall serve the notice on the party by special service. 

MOTION TO SET ASIDE REGISTRATION 

(20) For the purpose of subsection 20 (3) of the Act, a party shall give notice of a motion to set aside the registration of an 
order made outside Canada by, 

(a) filing in the Ontario court a notice of motion (Form 14) setting out the grounds for the motion; 

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(b) sending the notice of motion and supporting documents to the claimant at the address shown in the order; and 

(c) serving the notice of motion and supporting documents on the designated authority by regular service at least 10 days 
before the motion hearing date. 

DESIGNATED AUTHORITY NEED NOT APPEAR ON MOTION 

(21) The designated authority is not required to appear on the motion to set aside registration. 
NOTICE OF DECISION OR ORDER 

(22) When the court makes a decision or order under section 20 of the Act, the clerk shall send copies of the order, with 
the court's reasons, if any, 

(a) to each party, addressed to the party's last known address if sent by mail; and 

(b) to the designated authority. 

PARTY IN RECIPROCATING JURISDICTION 

(23) If a party ordinarily resides in a reciprocating jurisdiction and the order was originally sent to Ontario for registration 
by the appropriate authority there, the clerk may send it to that appropriate authority rather than sending it to the party as set 
out in clause (22) (a). 

PROVISIONAL ORDERS ' 

(24) When the court makes a provisional order under section 7 or 30 of the Act, the clerk shall send the following to the 
designated authority, to be sent to the reciprocating jurisdiction: 

1 . One copy of, 

i. the application (Form A under the general regulation), 

ii. the applicant's financial statement (Form K under the general regulation), and 

iii. a statement giving any information about the respondent's identification, whereabouts, income, assets and 
liabilities. 

2. Three certified copies of, 

i. the applicant's evidence and, if reasonably possible, the exhibits, and 
ii. the provisional order. 
FURTHER EVIDENCE 

(25) When the court that made a provisional order receives a request for further evidence from the confirming court under 
subsection 7 (4) or 30 (4) of the Act, the clerk shall send to the applicant a notice for taking further evidence (Form 37E) and 
a copy of the documents sent by the confirming court. 

RULE 37.1: PROVISIONAL ORDERS AND CONFIRMATION OF PROVISIONAL ORDERS — 

DIVORCE ACT, FAMILY LAW ACT 

APPLICATION 

37.1 (1) This rule applies to orders made under sections 18 and 19 of the Divorce Act (Canada) and under section 44 of 
the Family Law Act. 

DEFINITIONS 

(2) In this rule, 
"confirming court" means, 

(a) in the case of an order under section 19 of the Divorce Act (Canada), the court in Ontario or another province or 
territory of Canada that has jurisdiction to confirm a provisional variation of the order, or 

(b) for the purpose of section 44 of the Family Law Act, 

(i) the Ontario Court of Justice sitting in the municipality where the respondent resides, or 

(ii) the Family Court of the Superior Court of Justice, if the respondent resides in an area where that court has 
jurisdiction; ("tribunal d'homologation") 

"originating court" means, 

(a) in the case of an order under section 1 8 of the Divorce Act (Canada), the court in Ontario or another province or 
territory of Canada that has jurisdiction under section 5 of that Act to deal with an application for a provisional 
variation of the order, or 

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(b) for the purpose of section 44 of the Family Law Act, 

(i) the Ontario Court of Justice sitting in the municipality where the provisional order is made, or 
(ii) the Family Court of the Superior Court of Justice when it makes the provisional order; ("tribunal d'origine") 
"send", when used in reference to a person, means to, 

(a) mail to the person's lawyer or, if none, to the person, 

(b) send by courier to the person's lawyer or, if none, to the person, 

(c) deposit at a document exchange to which the person's lawyer belongs, or 

(d) fax to the person's lawyer or, if none, to the person, ("envoyer") 
DOCUMENTS TO BE SENT TO CONFIRMING COURT 

(3) When the court makes a provisional order under section 18 of the Divorce Act (Canada) or section 44 of the Family 
Law Act, the clerk shall send the following to the confirming court (if it is in Ontario) or to the Attorney General to be sent to 
the confirming court (if it is outside Ontario): 

1 . One copy of, 

i. the application (Form 8), 

ii. the applicant's financial statement (Form 13), 

iii. a statement giving any information about the respondent's identification, whereabouts, income, assets and 
liabilities, and 

iv. if the confirming court is in another municipality in Ontario, proof that the application was served on the 
respondent. 

2. Three certified copies of, 

i. the applicant's evidence and, if reasonably possible, the exhibits, and 
ii. the provisional order. 
NO FINANCIAL STATEMENT FROM FOREIGN APPLICANT 

(4) When a confirming court in Ontario receives a provisional order made outside Ontario, the applicant does not have to 
file a financial statement. 

NOTICE OF CONFIRMATION HEARING 

(5) A clerk of a confirming court in Ontario who receives a provisional order shall, 

(a) serve on the respondent, by special service (subrule 6 (3)), 

(i) a notice of hearing (Form 37), 

(ii) a copy of the documents sent by the originating court, and 
(iii) blank response forms; and 

(b) send a notice of hearing and an information sheet (Form 37A) to, 

(i) the applicant, 

(ii) the clerk of the originating court, and 

(iii) the Attorney General, if the provisional order was made outside Ontario. 
RESPONDENT'S FINANCIAL STATEMENT 

(6) A respondent at a confirmation hearing under section 19 of the Divorce Act (Canada) shall serve and file a financial 
statement (Form 13) within 30 days after service of the notice of confirmation hearing. 

WRITTEN HEARING 

(7) Unless the court orders otherwise under subrule (9), the application shall be dealt with on the basis of written 
documents without the parties or their lawyers needing to come to court. 

REQUEST FOR ORAL HEARING 

(8) The respondent may request an oral hearing by filing a motion (Form 14B) within 30 days after being served with the 
notice of hearing. 



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ORDER FOR ORAL HEARING 

(9) The court may order an oral hearing, on the applicant's motion or on its own initiative, if it is satisfied that an oral 
hearing is necessary to deal with the case justly. 

COURT RECEIVES REQUEST FOR FURTHER EVIDENCE 

(10) When an originating court in Ontario receives a request for further evidence from the confirming court, the clerk shall 
send to the applicant a notice for taking further evidence (Form 37E) and a copy of the documents sent by the confirming 
court. 

COURT SENDS REQUEST FOR FURTHER EVIDENCE 

(11) When a confirming court in Ontario requests further evidence from the originating court, 

(a) the confirming court shall adjourn the confirmation hearing to a new date; and 

(b) the clerk shall send to the originating court two certified copies of the evidence taken in the confirming court. 
CONTINUING THE CONFIRMATION HEARING 

(12) When a confirming court in Ontario receives further evidence from the originating court, the clerk shall promptly 
prepare a notice of continuation of hearing (Form 37C) and send it, with copies of the evidence, to the respondent and, if the 
provisional order was made outside Ontario, to the Attorney General. 

RESPONDENT'S AFFIDAVIT 

(13) If the respondent wishes to respond to the further evidence, he or she shall file an affidavit containing the response 
with the court, within 30 days after receiving the notice of continuation of hearing. I 

7. Subrule 39 (2) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

EXCLUDED CASES -j 

(2) This rule does not apply to, 

(a) enforcements; 

(b) child protection cases; or 

(c) cases under rule 37 or 37.1. 

8. Subrule 40 (2) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

EXCLUDED CASES 

(2) This rule does not apply to, 

(a) enforcements; 

(b) child protection cases; or 

(c) cases under rule 37 or 37. 1 . 

9. The Regulation is amended by adding the following Form: 



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Form 29J 

Courts of Justice Act 
STATEMENT TO GARNISHEE FINANCIAL INSTITUTION RE SUPPORT 



(Same ofcourl) 



St 



Court ttfficc address 



Court File Number 



Form 29J: Statement to 

Garnishee 

Financial Institution re 

Support 



Rctipient(s) 



Full legal name A address for serxice — strccl & number, 
munkipaliiy. postal code, telephone &fax numbers and e-mail address 
(ifany). 



LaiKyer's name * address — street * number, municipality, postal 
code, telephone &fa.\ numbers and e-mail addre.\s (ifany). 



Pavor 



Full legal name dE address for service — .\ireet if number, 
municipality, postal code, telephone A fax numbers and e-maU address 
(ifany). 



iMViyer's name A address — street A number, municipality, postal 
code, telephone A fat numbers and e-mail address (ifany). 



Garnishee 



Full legal name A address for service — street A number, 
municipality, postal code, telephone A fax numbers and e-mail address 
(ifany) 



iMM-er's name A address — street A number, municipality, /msial 
code, telephone A fa.^ numbers and e-mail address (ifany). 



My name is (full legal name) . 



I live in (municipality A province}.. 



The following statements aie true lo the best of my knowledge: 

1 . I am D a recipient under a support order or the support provisions of a domestic contract or paternity agreement that is enforceable by this 

court. 

D an assignee of a recipient under a support order or the support provisions of a domestic contract or paternity agreement. 
D an agent of the Director of the Family Responsibility Office. 

2. The payor's full name is D 

O unknoHn 

3. The payor commonly uses thcname(s): 



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Form 29J: StaCcmcnt lo Carnishre Financial Institution re Support (pagt 2) Court Pile number.. 



(Either paragraph 4 or J must be compkied If both known, compkle boih) 

4, The payor's dale of hirth is 

5. The payor's social insurance number is 



Dale of signature Signature 

NOTFI: Under rule 29 (6 I) of the Family Law Rules, thin form 09.I) must be aiiached to Forms 29,(. MB, 2V0. 29E. 290. 29H or 291 when ihey 
are serwd on a hank or other financial inslilulion at a central locution Vnder regulations made under the federal Hank Act. Cooperative 
Credit .Assotiuliom .id and Trust and Loan Companies Act. a notice of garnishment for .support payments against a hank or other 
federally regulated fimwcia! institution must be .senvd on o central location established and published by each hank or financial 
institution. 



10. Forms 37, 37 A, 37B, 37C and 37D of the Regulation are revoked and the following substituted: 



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NOTICE OF HEARING 




(Name of court) 



Court File Number 



Form 37: Notice of 
Hearing 



Court office address 



Applicant(s) 



/•"«// legal name A address far ser\ ice street A number, municipality, 
postal code, telephone &fat numbers and e-mail address (if any). 



Lawyer s name A midress street A number. municifMility. postal code, 
telephone Aftvt numbers and e-mail address (if any}. 



Respondent(s) 



Full legal name A address for serxice street A number, immtcipidity. 
postal code, telephone A fax numbers and e-maU address (if any). 



Lawyer j name A aildre.ns - street A number, municipality, postal code, 
telephone A fax numbers and e-mail address (if any) 



NOTICE: 

THE COURT WILL HOLD A WRITTKN HEARING OB Wow; 

«t ■.in^p.m., or as soon ts possible ■ftcr that date at (place of hearing) . 

This court has received 

O An application under the Interjurisdictional Support Orders Act, 2002 for 
O an order D a change of an order 



D A provisional D order 



O change of an order 

O in another part of Ontario D outside Oiilario 



The details are set out in the attached materials. 

IF YOU WANT TO OPPOSE AN Y CLAIM IN THIS CASE, you or your lawyer must prepare an Answer (a blank copy of which is attached) and file a 
copy in the court office. YOU HAVE ONLY 30 DAYS AFTER THIS NOTICE IS SERVED ON YOU TO FILE AN ANSWER TO THIS CASE. 

Whether or not you wish to oppose a claim m this case, YOU MUST FILE A FINANCIAL STATEMENT (a blank copy of which is attached) with the 
court office WITHIN 30 DAYS AFTER THIS NOTICE IS SERVED ON YOU. 

If yoo want to ask for an oral hearing, you must prepare a motion (Form I4B - blank copy attached), and file a copy in the court ortice WITHIN 
30 DAYS AFTER THIS NOTICE IS SERVED ON YOU. 



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Form 37: Notice or Hearing (page 2) Court file number , 



The court will only consider the written materials in thu case on the (late noted above. UNLESS THE COURT ORDERS OTIIERWISE. THERE 
IS NO NEED FOR YOU TO COME TO COURT OR TO H,AVE A LAWYER THERE TO ARGUE YOUR CASE. If an order is made or the 
judge requires you to be present or provide further evidence, yon will he notified. 

«F YOU DO .NOT FILE WRITTEN MATERIALS, THE COURT MAY MAKE AN ORDER WITHOUT YOUR WRITTEN ANSWER AND 
ENFORCE IT AGAINST YOU. 

You should get legal advice about this case right away. If you cannot atlbni a lawyer, you may be able to gel help from your local Legal Aid ofl'ice. (See 
your telephone directory under LEGAL AID.) 



Dale of signature Signnturc of registrar or clerk of the court 



!NO IE: A copy of the application should Im: attached to this notice, along tviih a copy of the applicant 's tinnaciat slawmeni, n copy of any provisional 
order ami n copy of the applicant's evidence. Alto attached to ilm notice .should be a blank Financial Statement that you must fill out and file. If a 
provisional order kos made in another part of Ontario, you must serve and fde your financial statement 

If any of these diHumenis is missing, you should talk to the court office at the address at the top of this form immediately. 



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Form 37A 

Courts of Justice Act 
INFORMATION SHEET 



(Mamc of court) 



Court File Number 



at 



Court office address 



Form 37A: Information 
Sheet 



Applicant(s) 



Full legal name <5 address for service .Urecl <J number, municipality, 
postal cotle. telephone A fax numbers and e-mail address Of any). 



Lawyer's name A address — street A number, municipality, postal code, 
telephone A fax numbers and e-mail address (if any). 



Respondcnt(s) 



Full legal name «S address for .\eryice — street A number, municipality, 
postal code, telephone A fax numbers and e-mail address (if any). 



Lawyer 's name A address street & number, munici/mlily, postal cotle, 
telephone A fax numbers and e-mad address (if any) 



TO THE APPLICANT(S): 

The rcspondent($) was/*cre served with a notice of D Interjurisdictional Support Orders Act, 2002 hearing. 

D contlmiarion licanng. 

A copy of this notice is attached to this sheet. It is being sent to you FOR YOUR INFORMATION ONLY. 

THERE IS NO NEF.D FOR YOU TO COME TO THIS HF.ARING OR TO HAVE A LAWYER THERE TO ARGUE YOUR CASE FOR YOU. 

You wilt be told about what happens a( the hearing by the ofTice where you submiaed your application, if you have any questions, you should talk (o your 
own lawyer or the olTice where you subntittcd your application. 



Date of signature 



Signature of registrar or clerk of the court 



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Form 37B 

Courts of Justice Act 
DIRECTION TO REQUEST FURTHER INFORMATION 




Applicant(s) 



(Same ofanirt) 



Court ojfwc culdrcis 



Court rile Number 



Form 37B: Direction to 

Request Further 

Information 



full legal name & ailitresi for wnke - sireel <t number, munidpalily. 
poslal code, telephone A fax numhvrs and e-miiil address (if any) 



hiHyer's name <S address — sircel <$ number, municipality, /tostal code, 
telephone &fa.\ numbers and email address (if any). 



Respondeiit(s) 



Full legal name di address for ser\ice street <i number, municipality, 
postal code, telephone A/ivc numbers and e-mad atldress (if any). 



iMwyer J name & address street A number, municipality, postal code, 
telephone A fax numbers and e-mad address (if any) 



TO THE (check appropriate box(es)) D APPLICANT(S): 

D THi: ONTARIO INTERJURISDICTIONAL SUPPORT ORDERS UNIT: 

This court considered the application for support or the application to change a support order 



on (date) ■ 



THK COURT ADJOURNED THE HEARING OF THE CASE TO (dale) 



O You, the applicant, arc directed to provide the inrormation or documents required by the court. 

O You , the Ontario Intctjurisdictional Support Orders Unit, are directed to contact the applicant or appropriate authority in the rcciprocatingjurisdiction 
to request the information or documents required by the court. 

This court requires the following inibrmation or documents; (attach extra paper if necessary, or transcript noting information and documents required). 



The information or documents must b« filed witk this coart «t the address «t «lie top of this form at least 30 days ttefore tkt conrt date. 

At the hearing, a temporary order: 

n was not made; 

D was made - details will be sent; or 

D was made a certified copy of the temporary order is attached. 



Date of signature 



.Signature of registrar or clerk of the court 



NOTE: /( copy of the resimndeni's evidence and a copy of the court's reasons for seeking fvnher evidence should be attached to this form. If either of 
these is missing, you .should talk to the court o/Jice at the address at the top ofihisfaiT» immediately. 



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Form 37C 

Courts of Justice Act 
NOTICE OF CONTINUATION OF HEARING 




(Niwic oj court) 



Court office address 



C^ourt File Number 



Form 37C: Nolicc of 

Continuation of 

Hearing 



Applicant(s) 



Full legal name A address for service — street ct number, municipality, 
postal code, telephone & fax numlwrs and e-mad address (if any). 



Lawyer s name & address street & number, municijxility. po.ual code, 
téléphone A fax numbers and e-mad address (if any) 



Respondent(s) 



Full legal name A address for servit^ — street A numlier. munieipalily. 
fH)stal code, telephone A fax numhets and e-ntail address (if any). 



Lawyer s name A address — street A number, municipality, postal code, 
telephone A fat numbers and e-mail address (if any) 



TO THE RESPONDENT(S): 

THE COURT WILL CONTINUE A WRITTEN HEARING on Mn/c; 

•t i.mJp.m., or as soon as possible arier Chat time at (place of hearing) 

This case was adjourned on (adjournment date) 

so that the case could be sent to the originating jurisdiction tor further evidence. 

The originating jurisdiction has now sent to this court further evidence, a copy of which is attached. This court will therefore consider this case at the 
lime and place shown above. 

IF YOU WISH TO RESPOND TO THE FURTHER EVIDENCE. YOU OR YOUR LAWYER MUST FILE AN AFTIDAVIT IN 
RESPON.se (Form 14A - blank copy attached) WITHIN 30 DAYS AFTER YOU RECEIVE THIS NOTICE. 

If yo« wan» to ask for an oral hearing, you must prepare a motion (Form I4B - Wank copy attached), and file a copy in the court office WITHIN 30 
DAYS AFTER THIS NOTICE IS SERVED ON YOU. 

The court will only consider the written malerUk in this case on the date noted above. UNLESS THE COURT ORDERS OTHER WISF^ THERE 
IS NO NEED FOR YOU TO COME TO COURT OR TO HAVE A LAWYER THERE TO ARGUE YOUR CASE. If an order is made or tlie 
judge requires you to be present or provide further evidence, you will be notified. 



Dale of signature 



.Signature of registrar or clerk of the court 



NOTI,: A copy of the tipplicant's further evidence taken in the originating Jurisdiction should be attached to this notice If it is missing, you should talk 
to the court office at the address at the lop of this form immediately. 



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Form 37D 

Courts of Justice Act 
NOTICE OF REGISTRATION OF ORDER 




/Name of court) 



Couil office aiidre.ss 



Court File Number 



Form 37D: Notice of 

Registration of 

Order 



Applicant(s) 



Full legal name <S address far service — sirvel i number, municipality, 
postal cotlit. telephone A fax numbers and e-mail address (if any). 



Lawyer's name & address — street & number, municipality, postal code, 
telephone A fax numlyers and e-mail addre.%s f if any). 



Respondeiit(s) 



Full legal name & add'V.tsfor service street A number, municipality, 
jwstal code, telephone A fax numbers and e-mail atldress (if any). 



Lauyvr 's name A address — street A numlier. municipality, ftostal code, 
telephone A fax numbers and e-mail addivss (if any). 



rO THE (check appropriate boxfes)) D APPLICAN r(S): 

O RESPONDEM (S): 

The (name of court) 

Di (place where court presides) 

has asked the courts in Ontario lo enforce D an order for the payment of support for dependants. 

O the support provisions of a written agreement between you and (he other party. 

This order/agreement has been registered with this Ontario court on (date of registration) 

under tlie Interjurisdictional Support Orders Act. 2002. 

If you have reason to believe that: 

(a) you did not have notice or a reasonable opportunity lo be beard; 

(b) the order/agreement is contrary to public policy in Ontario; or 

(c) the court that made the order did not have jurisdiction to make it, 

you may make a motion (Forms 1 4 and 1 4A) lo have the registration sel aside, but you must do so within 30 days after receiving this notice. You must mail 
notice of your own motion to the Ontario Interjurisdictional Support Orders Unit at: (address) 



You may use any itiethod of service set out in rule 6 of the Family Law Rules, including mail, courier or fax. 

If you choose not lo challenge the registration, the order/agreement will be enforced against you asif it were an order of an Ontario court. You have the 
right at any time to apply for a change of this order/agreemcnt if there has been a material change in circumstances since the making of the oider/agreeinent 



Dale of signature 



Signature of registrar or clerk of the court 



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Form 37E 

Courts of Justice Act 
NOTICE FOR TAKING FURTHER EVIDENCE 




Applicant(s) 



(Name oj court) 



Court office address 



Court File Number 



Form 37E: Notice for 

Taking Further 

Evidence 



Full legal name & address for service — sirecl & numtxr, municipality, 
postal code, telephone A fax numbers and e-mad address (if any). 



Lawyer s niunu & address street A number, munici/mlily. [mstnl code. 
telephone <J fax numbers and e-mad address (if any). 



Respondent(s) 



Lawyer's name <t address street & number, municipality, postal code, 
telephone A fax numbers and e-mad address (if any). 



Full legal name A address for service — street A number, municipality, 
postal code, telephone Afai numbers and e-mad adtlress (if any). 



TO THE APPLICANT(S): 

Th« provisional O order in this case 

D change of the orUer nude by the (name of court) 

on (date) 

has come before a judge of the ^nflmefl/irf<«<i/reïio/cou/t^ 

That oihCT court requires further evidence from you. The deuils arc set out in the attached material. 

Ifyou want to conliiiue yonr appUcattoa for sapport or for a change in support, yon or yonr lawyer must prepare an affidavit (Form i 4A - blank 
copy attached) of your farther evidence and file it in this coart office. 

The other court will continue the hearing on (insert dale, if known) Yonr affidavit evidence most be filed in (his coBrt 30 

days before that date so it can be sent to the other coart ia time for the hearing. 

IF YOU DO NOT FILE FURTHF.R AFFIDAVIT EVIDENCE, THE PROVISIONAL ORDER/CHANGE OF AN ORDER MAY NOT BE 
CONFIRMED BY THE OTHER COURT. 



Dale of signature 



Signature of registrar or clerk of the court 



NOTE: A copy of the respondent's evidence and a copy of the other court's reatonsfor seeking funher evidence should be attached to this notice. If 
either of these is missing, you should talk to the court office nl the address at the top of this form immediately. 

11. (1) Subject to subsection (2), this Regulation comes into force on filing. 

(2) Sections 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8 and 10 come into force on the day the Interjurisdictional Support Orders Act, 2002 
comes into force. 



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RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 56/03 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR LES TRIBUNAUX JUDICIAIRES 

pris le 7 février 2003 .^ 

approuvé le 5 mars 2003 
déposé le 6 mars 2003 

modifiant le Régi, de l'Ont. 1 14/99 
(Règles en matière de droit de la famille) 

Remarque : Le Règlement de l'Ontario 1 14/99 a été modifié antérieurement. Ces modifications sont indiquées dans la Table 
des règlements publiée dans la Gazette de l 'Ontario du 1 8 janvier 2003. 

1. Le sous-alinéa 1 (2) a) (viii) du Règlement de l'Ontario 1 14/99 est abrogé et remplacé par ce qui suit : 

(viii) \a Loi de 2002 sur les ordonnances alimentaires d'exécution réciproque; 

2. Le paragraphe 14 (6) du Règlement est modifié par adjonction des alinéas suivants : , 

f) une motion visant à obtenir la tenue d'une audience orale, visée au paragraphe 37 (8) ou 37.1 (8); 

g) une motion en annulation de l'enregistrement d'une ordonnance alimentaire d'exécution réciproque rendue à 
l'extérieur du Canada. 

3. Le paragraphe 25 (1 1) du Règlement est abrogé et remplacé par ce qui suit : 

DÉLAI DANS LEQUEL LE GREFFIER PRÉPARE L'ORDONNANCE 

(11) Le greffier prépare l'ordonnance en vue de la signature : 

a) soit au plus tard 10 jours après qu'elle est rendue, si aucune partie n'a d'avocat; 

b) soit dès que possible après qu'elle est rendue : 

(i) s'il s'agit d'une ordonnance de retenue des aliments rendue en vertu de la Loi de 1996 sur les obligations 
familiales et l'exécution des arriérés d'aliments ou d'une ordonnance rendue en vertu de la Loi de 2002 sur les 
ordonnances alimentaires d'exécution réciproque, 

(ii) si le juge ordonne au greffier de le faire. 

4. L'alinéa 26 (6) b) du Règlement est abrogé et remplacé par ce qui suit : 

b) si la Loi de 2002 sur les ordonnances alimentaires d'exécution réciproque s'applique, un document recevable en vertu 
de l'article 49 de cette loi peut être utilisé au lieu de la formule 26. 

5. Le paragraphe 29 (6) du Règlement est abrogé et remplacé par ce qui suit : 

INSTITUTION FINANCIÈRE 

(6) Si le tiers saisi est une institution financière, l'avis de saisie-arrêt et tous les autres avis qui doivent être signifiés en 
application de la présente règle sont signifiés à la succursale de l'institution oii la créance est exigible, sauf si le paragraphe 
(6.1) s'applique. 

INSTITUTION FINANCIÈRE ASSUJETTIE À LA RÉGLEMENTATION FÉDÉRALE — SAISIE-ARRÊT À 
L'ÉGARD D'ALIMENTS 

(6.1) Si le tiers saisi est une institution financière à laquelle s'applique la Loi sur les banques (Canada), la Loi sur les 
associations coopératives de crédit (Canada) ou la Loi sur les sociétés de fiducie et de prêt (Canada) et que la saisie-arrêt 
exécute une ordonnance alimentaire, l'avis de saisie-arrêt et tous les autres avis qui doivent être signifiés en application de la 
présente règle : 

a) d'une part, sont signifiés au bureau désigné de l'institution établi à cette fin; 

b) d'autre part, sont accompagnés d'une déclaration à l'institution financière (tiers saisi) relative aux aliments (formule 
29J). 

NOUVEAUX COMPTES 

(6.2) Les paragraphes (4) et (5) ne s'appliquent pas aux sommes déposées dans un compte ouvert après qu'un avis de 
saisie-arrêt est signifié comme le prévoit le paragraphe (6) ou (6.1). 

6. La règle 37 du Règlement est abrogée et remplacée par ce qui suit : 

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RÈGLE 37 : LOI DE 2002 SUR LES ORDONNANCES ALIMENTAIRES D'EXÉCUTION RÉCIPROQUE 
CHAMP D'APPLICATION 

37. (1 ) La présente règle s'applique aux causes visées par la Loi. 
DÉFINITIONS 

(2) Les définitions qui suivent s'appliquent à la présente règle, 
«autorité compétente» S'entend au sens de la Loi. («appropriate authority») 
«autorité désignée» S'entend au sens de la Loi. («designated authority») 
«envoyer» Relativement à une personne, s'entend de l'un ou l'autre des actes suivants : 

a) envoyer par la poste à l'avocat de la personne ou, si elle n'en a pas, à la personne même; 

b) envoyer par messagerie à l'avocat de la personne ou, si elle n'en a pas, à la personne même; 

c) déposer à un centre de distribution de documents auquel l'avocat de la personne appartient; 

d) transmettre par télécopie à l'avocat de la personne ou, si elle n'en a pas, à la personne même, («send») 
«Loi» La Loi de 2002 sur les ordonnances alimentaires d'exécution réciproque. («Act») 

«règlement général» Le Règlement de l'Ontario 55/03. («general regulation») 
AVIS D'AUDIENCE 

(3) Lorsque le tribunal reçoit une requête en aliments ou une requête en modification d'une ordonnance alimentaire, le 
greffier fait ce qui suit en application de l'article 10 ou 33 de la Loi : 

a) il signifie à l'intimé, par voie de signification spéciale : 

(i) l'avis d'audience mentionné à l'alinéa 10 b) ou 33 b) de la Loi (formule 37), 
(ii) une copie des documents envoyés par l'autorité désignée, 
(iii) des formules de réponse en blanc; 

b) il envoie à l'autorité désignée une copie de l'avis d'audience et une feuille de renseignements (formule 37A). 
RENSEIGNEMENTS ET DOCUMENTS QUE DOIT FOURNIR L'INTIMÉ 

(4) Dans les 30 jours qui suivent la signification de l'avis d'audience, l'intimé dépose ce qui suit : 

a) une défense rédigée selon la formule N prévue par le règlement général : 

(i) dans laquelle l'intimé indique les questions qu'il a l'intention de soulever à l'égard de la requête en aliments, 

(ii) qui contient les renseignements financiers visés au paragraphe 21 (1) du Règlement de l'Ontario 391/97 (Lignes 
directrices sur les aliments pour les enfants), si la requête en aliments comprend une demande d'aliments pour les 
enfants; 

b) un affidavit (formule 14A) qui indique les preuves sur lesquelles s'appuie l'intimé; 

c) un état financier rédigé selon la formule K prévue par le règlement général. 
ÉTAT FINANCIER DE L'INTIMÉ 

(5) L'intimé est tenu de déposer un état financier qu'il ait ou non l'intention de contester la demande. 
ÉTAT FINANCIER DU REQUÉRANT 

(6) Le fait que le requérant a fourni des renseignements financiers sous une forme différente de celle exigée par les 
présentes règles n'a pas d'incidence sur la cause. 

AUDIENCE ÉCRITE 

(7) Sauf ordonnance contraire du tribunal visée au paragraphe (9), la requête est traitée en se fondant sur des documents 
écrits sans que les parties ou leurs avocats aient à se rendre au tribunal. 

DEMANDE D'AUDIENCE ORALE 

(8) L'intimé peut demander la tenue d'une audience orale en déposant une motion (formule 14B) au plus tard 30 jours 
après que l'avis d'audience lui est signifié. 

ORDONNANCE EXIGEANT LA TENUE D'UNE AUDIENCE ORALE 

(9) Le tribunal peut ordonner la tenue d'une audience orale, sur motion de l'intimé ou de sa propre initiative, s'il est 
convaincu qu'elle est nécessaire pour assurer le traitement équitable de la cause. 

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DIRECTIVE ENJOIGNANT DE DEMANDER DES RENSEIGNEMENTS OU DOCUMENTS 
SUPPLÉMENTAIRES 

(10) La directive enjoignant de demander des renseignements ou des documents supplémentaires visée à l'alinéa 1 1 (2) a) 
ou 34 (2) a) de la Loi est rédigée selon la formule 37B. Une déclaration énonçant les motifs pour lesquels le tribunal demande 
des preuves additionnelles est jointe à la directive. 

DIRECTIVE À ENVOYER À L'INTIMÉ 

(11) Lorsqu'une directive est envoyée à l'autorité désignée en application de l'alinéa 1 1 (2) a) de la Loi, le greffier en 
envoie également une copie à l'intimé. 

AJOURNEMENT 

(12) Lorsque le tribunal ajourne l'audience en application de l'alinéa 1 1 (2) b) ou 34 (2) b) de la Loi, il précise la date à 
laquelle elle doit continuer. 

COPIE DES RENSEIGNEMENTS OU DOCUMENTS SUPPLÉMENTAIRES 

(13) Lorsque le tribunal reçoit les renseignements ou les documents supplémentaires, le greffier prépare promptement un 
avis de poursuite de l'audience (formule 37C) et l'envoie, avec des copies des renseignements ou des documents, à l'intimé 
et à l'autorité désignée. 

AFFIDAVIT DE L'INTIMÉ 

(14) L'intimé qui souhaite répondre aux renseignements ou aux documents supplémentaires dépose auprès du tribunal un 
affidavit (formule 14A) contenant la réponse dans les 30 jours suivant la réception de l'avis de poursuite de l'audience. 

PRÉPARATION DE L'ORDONNANCE 

(15) Le greffier prépare l'ordonnance en vue de sa signature dès que possible après qu'elle est rendue, conformément au 
paragraphe 25 (11). 

ENVOI DE COPIES DE L'ORDONNANCE À L'INTIMÉ ET À L'AUTORITÉ DÉSIGNÉE 

(16) Le tribunal envoie les copies suivantes : 

a) d'une part, une copie de l'ordonnance à l'intimé, à sa dernière adresse connue s'il s'agit d'un envoi par la poste; 

b) d'autre part, une copie certifiée conforme de l'ordonnance à l'autorité désignée. 
ENVOI D'UNE COPIE DE L'ORDONNANCE À L'AUTORITÉ COMPÉTENTE 

(17) L'autorité désignée envoie la copie certifiée conforme de l'ordonnance à l'autorité compétente. 
AVIS D'ENREGISTREMENT D'UNE ORDONNANCE RENDUE À L'EXTÉRIEUR DU CANADA 

(18) Pour l'application du paragraphe 20 (1) de la Loi, le greffier du tribunal de l'Ontario donne avis de l'enregistrement 
d'une ordonnance rendue à l'extérieur du Canada en remettant un avis rédigé selon la formule 37D, comme le prévoit le 
paragraphe (19), aux parties à l'ordonnance que l'on croit résider habituellement en Ontario. 

ENVOI OU SIGNIFICATION SPÉCIALE 

(19) Si la partie à qui un avis doit être remis a présenté, en Ontario, une requête en vue d'obtenir l'ordonnance, le greffier 
lui envoie l'avis, mais dans les autres cas, il le lui signifie par voie de signification spéciale. 

MOTION EN ANNULATION DE L'ENREGISTREMENT 

(20) Pour l'application du paragraphe 20 (3) de la Loi, une partie donne avis d'une motion en annulation de 
l'enregistrement d'une ordonnance rendue à l'extérieur du Canada de la façon suivante : 

a) en déposant au tribunal de l'Ontario un avis de motion (formule 14) exposant les motifs de la motion; 

b) en envoyant l'avis de motion et les documents justificatifs au requérant à l'adresse indiquée dans l'ordonnance; 

c) en signifiant, par voie de signification ordinaire, l'avis de motion et les documents justificatifs à l'autorité désignée au 
moins 10 jours avant la date d'audition de la motion. 

PRÉSENCE NON OBLIGATOIRE DE L'AUTORITÉ DÉSIGNÉE À L'AUDITION DE LA MOTION 

(21) L'autorité désignée n'est pas tenue de se présenter à l'audition de la motion en annulation de l'enregistrement. 
AVIS DE DÉCISION OU D'ORDONNANCE 

(22) Lorsque le tribunal rend une décision ou une ordonnance en vertu de l'article 20 de la Loi, le greffier envoie aux 
destinataires suivants des copies de l'ordonnance, accompagnées des motifs du tribunal, le cas échéant : 

a) chaque partie, à sa dernière adresse connue s'il s'agit d'un envoi par la poste; 



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b) l'autorité désignée. 
PARTIE RÉSIDANT DANS LE RESSORT D'UNE AUTORITÉ PRATIQUANT LA RÉCIPROCITÉ 

(23) Si une partie réside habituellement dans le ressort d'une autorité pratiquant la réciprocité et que l'ordonnance a été 
envoyée initialement en Ontario aux fins d'enregistrement par l'autorité compétente de ce ressort, le greffier peut l'envoyer à 
cette autorité compétente au lieu de l'envoyer à la partie comme le prévoit l'alinéa (22) a). 

ORDONNANCES CONDITIONNELLES 

(24) Lorsque le tribunal rend une ordonnance conditionnelle en vertu de l'article 7 ou 30 de la Loi, le greffier envoie les 
copies suivantes à l'autorité désignée pour envoi à l'autorité pratiquant la réciprocité : 

1 . Une copie des documents suivants : 

i. la requête (la formule A prévue par le règlement général), 

ii. l'état financier du requérant (la formule K prévue par le règlement général), 

iii. une déclaration donnant des précisions sur l'identité de l'intimé, le lieu où il se trouve, son revenu, ses avoirs et 
ses obligations. 

2. Trois copies certifiées conformes des documents suivants : 

i. les preuves et, si cela est raisonnablement possible, les pièces fournies par le requérant, 
ii. l'ordonnance conditionnelle. 
PREUVES ADDITIONNELLES 

(25) Lorsque le tribunal qui a rendu une ordonnance conditionnelle reçoit une demande de preuves additionnelles de la 
part du tribunal d'homologation en application du paragraphe 7 (4) ou 30 (4) de la Loi, le greffier envoie au requérant un avis 
de demande de preuves additionnelles (formule 37E) et une copie des documents envoyés par le tribunal d'homologation. 

RÈGLE 37.1 : ORDONNANCES CONDITIONNELLES ET HOMOLOGATION DE CELLES-CI — 
LOI SUR LE DIVORCE, LOI SUR LE DROIT DE LA FAMILLE 

CHAMP D'APPLICATION 

37.1 (1) La présente règle s'applique aux ordonnances rendues en vertu des articles 18 et 19 de la Loi sur le divorce 
(Canada) et de l'article 44 de la Loi sur le droit de la famille. 

DÉFINITIONS 

(2) Les défmitions qui suivent s'appliquent à la présente règle, 
«envoyer» Relativement à une personne, s'entend de l'un ou l'autre des actes suivants : 

a) envoyer par la poste à l'avocat de la personne ou, si elle n'en a pas, à la personne même; 

b) envoyer par messagerie à l'avocat de la personne ou, si elle n'en a pas, à la personne même; 

c) déposer à un centre de distribution de documents auquel l'avocat de la personne appartient; 

d) transmettre par télécopie à l'avocat de la personne ou, si elle n'en a pas, à la personne même, («send») 
«tribunal d'homologation» S'entend de ce qui suit : 

a) dans le cas d'une ordonnance rendue en vertu de l'article 1 9 de la Loi sur le divorce (Canada), le tribunal de l'Ontario 
ou d'une autre province ou d'un territoire du Canada qui a compétence pour homologuer une modification 
conditionnelle de l'ordonnance; 

b) pour l'application de l'article 44 de la Loi sur le droit de la famille : 

(i) soit la Cour de justice de l'Ontario siégeant dans la municipalité où réside l'intimé, 

(ii) soit la Cour de la famille de la Cour supérieure de justice, si l'intimé réside dans un secteur où ce tribunal a 
compétence, («confirming court») 

«tribunal d'origine» S'entend de ce qui suit : 

a) dans le cas d'une ordonnance rendue en vertu de l'article 1 8 de la Loi sur le divorce (Canada), le tribunal de l'Ontario 
ou d'une autre province ou d'un territoire du Canada qui a compétence en vertu de l'article 5 de cette loi pour traiter 
une requête en modification conditionnelle de l'ordonnance; 

b) pour l'application de l'article 44 de la Loi sur le droit de la famille : 

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(ii) soit la Cour de la famille de la Cour supérieure de justice, si c'est elle qui rend l'ordonnance conditionnelle, 
(«originating court») 

DOCUMENTS À ENVOYER AU TRIBUNAL D'HOMOLOGATION 

(3) Lorsque le tribunal rend une ordonnance conditionnelle en vertu de l'article 18 de la Loi sur le divorce (Canada) ou de 
l'article 44 de la Loi sur le droit de la famille, le greffier envoie au tribunal d'homologation (s'il est situé en Ontario) ou au 
procureur général pour envoi au tribunal d'homologation (s'il est situé hors de l'Ontario) les copies suivantes : 

1 . Une copie des documents suivants : 

i. la requête (formule 8), 

ii. l'état financier du requérant (formule 1 3), 

iii. une déclaration donnant des précisions sur l'identité de l'intimé, le lieu où il se trouve, son revenu, ses avoirs et 
ses obligations, 

iv. si le tribunal d'homologation est situé dans une autre municipalité de l'Ontario, la preuve que la requête a été 
signifiée à l'intimé. 

2. Trois copies certifiées conformes des documents suivants : 

i. les preuves et, si cela est raisonnablement possible, les pièces fournies par le requérant, 
ii. l'ordonnance conditionnelle. 
ÉTAT FINANCIER NON EXIGÉ DU REQUÉRANT ÉTRANGER 

(4) Si un tribunal d'homologation de l'Ontario reçoit une ordonnance conditionnelle qui a été rendue à l'extérieur de 
l'Ontario, le requérant n'est pas tenu de déposer d'état financier. 

AVIS D'AUDIENCE D'HOMOLOGATION 

(5) Le greffier d'un tribunal d'homologation de l'Ontario qui reçoit une ordonnance conditionnelle : 

a) signifie à l'intimé, par voie de signification spéciale (paragraphe 6 (3)) : 

(i) un avis d'audience (formule 37), 

(ii) une copie des documents envoyés par le tribunal d'origine, 
(iii) des formules de réponse en blanc; 

b) envoie un avis d'audience et une feuille de renseignements (formule 37A) aux destinataires suivants : 

(i) le requérant, 

(ii) le greffier du tribunal d'origine, 

(iii) le procureur général, si l'ordonnance conditionnelle a été rendue à l'extérieur de l'Ontario. 
ÉTAT FINANCIER DE L'INTIMÉ 

(6) L'intimé à une audience d'homologation tenue en application de l'article 19 de la Loi sur le divorce (Canada) signifie 
et dépose un état financier (formule 13) au plus tard 30 jours après que l'avis d'audience d'homologation lui est signifié. 

AUDIENCE ÉCRITE 

(7) Sauf ordonnance contraire du tribunal visée au paragraphe (9), la requête est traitée en se fondant sur des documents 
écrits sans que les parties ou leurs avocats aient à se rendre au tribunal. 

DEMANDE D'AUDIENCE ORALE 

(8) L'intimé peut demander la tenue d'une audience orale en déposant une motion (formule 14B) au plus tard 30 jours 
après que l'avis d'audience lui est signifié. 

ORDONNANCE EXIGEANT LA TENUE D'UNE AUDIENCE ORALE 

(9) Le tribunal peut ordonner la tenue d'une audience orale, sur motion du requérant ou de sa propre initiative, s'il est 
convaincu qu'elle est nécessaire pour assurer le traitement équitable de la cause. 

RÉCEPTION PAR LE TRIBUNAL D'UNE DEMANDE DE PREUVES ADDITIONNELLES 

(10) Lorsqu'un tribunal d'origine de l'Ontario reçoit une demande de preuves additionnelles de la part du tribunal 
d'homologation, le greffier envoie au requérant un avis de demande de preuves additionnelles (formule 37E) et une copie des 
documents envoyés par le tribunal d'homologation. 



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ENVOI PAR LE TRIBUNAL D'UNE DEMANDE DE PREUVES ADDITIONNELLES 

(11) Lorsque le tribunal d'homologation de l'Ontario demande des preuves additionnelles au tribunal d'origine : 

a) d'une part, il ajourne l'audience d'homologation à une nouvelle date; 

b) d'autre part, le greffier envoie au tribunal d'origine deux copies certifiées conformes des preuves recueillies par le 
tribunal d'homologation. 

POURSUITE DE L'AUDIENCE D'HOMOLOGATION 

(12) Lorsque le tribunal d'homologation de l'Ontario reçoit des preuves additionnelles de la part du tribunal d'origine, le 
greffier prépare promptement un avis de poursuite de l'audience (formule 37C) et l'envoie, avec des copies des preuves, à 
l'intimé et, si l'ordonnance conditionnelle a été rendue à l'extérieur de l'Ontario, au procureur général. 

AFFIDAVIT DE L'INTIMÉ 

(13) L'intimé qui souhaite répondre aux preuves additionnelles dépose auprès du tribunal un affidavit contenant la réponse 
dans les 30 jours suivant la réception de l'avis de poursuite de l'audience. 

7. Le paragraphe 39 (2) du Règlement est abrogé et remplacé par ce qui suit : 

EXCLUSION DE CAUSES 

(2) La présente règle ne s'applique pas : 

a) aux procédures d'exécution; 

b) aux causes portant sur la protection d'un enfant; 

c) aux causes visées à la règle 37 ou 37. 1 . 

8. Le paragraphe 40 (2) du Règlement est abrogé et remplacé par ce qui suit : 

EXCLUSION DE CAUSES 

(2) La présente règle ne s'applique pas : 

a) aux procédures d'exécution; 

b) aux causes portant sur la protection d'un enfant; 

c) aux causes visées à la règle 37 ou 37. 1 . 

9. Le Règlement est modifié par adjonction de la formule suivante : 



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M.>m ci tuirc^-it' tie t'ttyocarfe) ~ numéro tf/ rue. muntctpuli^c. cy^^ 
po%tat. numrms de téléphone et de iék'Vi^pieur et atire^^i.' éîectroniniue 
(le atf échéant) 



Payeur ou payeme 



\'t>rn et prénom ofpach et aâresne aux fins de Mgmjicntif>n ■ numéw et 
rue. muitKipahié. entlt- pnKt,il mimèrtts de téléphone et de teléceipieur 
il ndresH' eleetroittque <le rat échénmi. 



S'nm et tuirense de i 'n*-(Kttttet - numéro et r»e. munie ipaltlé. eoiîe 
poitid miméro.f de téléphone et de télécopieur cl ailrrasc éleetriamque 
fie cas échéant) 



ritTS saisi 



.^«m et prénom officiels el udrei.w aui fim de .ùnmficatuin - miméro et 
me. mamcipaliié, codefKalal. numéros de lélépnone et de IcSét-opieur 
et adrejisc éieamniifue (le etu èchëanti 



.Vfjiw cl iidre.fie de l'itviKatle) - numéro el rue, muniiipahie, code 
pofiai numéroi de téléphone e! de sèlècppieur et lyireuc éleclronicpie 
(te cas éehéan(! 



Je m'appelle (nom et prénom offiftth) .,.,,.., ■•••' 

t 

J"Iabttci (municipalilé et province) , ,..-.,...,..>.......-. • 

l.«s déclarations suivantes sont vraici au micu'< de ma connaissance : 

I . le suis n urs(e) bciKftciiire ilési2né(e) dans une ontorjjancc altmciitairc ou ibiis les disposiiioris alimeniaucs d'un contrat fïfnilial ou d'un 
itccorj de patcrnac qui est exécutoire par ce Inhutta! 

D uittc) ccssiontaifc d'untc) bénéficiaire dèsigriétc) dans «ne ordoiuunce aliiiKntaiic ou dans les Uis-posilinns aSimcnlaires d'un 
canirat fatîitliaS ou d'un xeaid de paieniité 

D untc) maîubtairi: du direcîr.i» du BurcïiJ des t*!ig4!ioils .lîisrsailïitcs 



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2. Les non) et prciiom du payeur ou de la payeuse sont D 

O inconnus. 

3. Le payeur ou la payeuse utilise couramment le ou les noms suivants : 

(Le point 4 ou 5 doit être rempli. Si te.i retiseignemcntx demandés awc deux points \x>us sont connus, remplissez-les tous les deux. ) 

4. La date de naissance du payeur ou de la payeuse est le 

5. Le numéro d'assurance sociale du payeur ou de la payeuse est 



Date de la signature 



Signature 



REMARQUE r Aux termes du paragraphe 29 (6. 1) des Règles en matière de droit de la famille, la présente formule (29J} doit être jointe aux 
formules 29A. 2VB. 290, 29E. 29G. 2911 et 291 lorsqu 'elles sont signifiées à une banque ou à une autre institution financière à un lieu central. 
Selon les règlements pris en application des lois fédérales suivantes, la Loi sur les banques, la Loi sur les associations coopératives de crédit et la 
Im sur les sociétés de fiducie et de prêt, un avis de saisie-arrêt à I égard d'aliments destiné à une banque ou à une autre institution financière 
assujettie à la réglementation fédérale doit être signifié à un lieu central établi et publié par chaque banque ou institution financière 



10. 



Les formules 37, 37 A, 37B, 37C et 37D du Règlement sont abrogées et remplacées par ce qui suit 



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Formule 37 

Loi sur les tribunaux judiciaires 
AVIS D'AUDIENCE 




(Som du trihunni) 



Numéro de dossier du grefTe 



Formule 37 : Avis 
d'audience 



situé(e)au_ 



Adresse du pcffe 



Requcrant(e)(s) 



Nom 01 prénom officiels cl ndresie aux fins de significiiixon numéro cl 
me. municipaliié. code postal, numéros de telephone ei de télécopieur et 
adresse électronique {le cas échéant) 



Nom cl adresse de l'neocnt(e) numéro et me. municipalité, code postal, 

numéros de téléphone et de télécopieur et adresse électronique (le {'«.« 
échéant). 



tntimé(c)(s) 



,\'om et prénom officiels et adresse aux tins de signification numéro ei 
rue, municipalité, coilc postal, numéros de téléphone et de télécopieur et 
adresse électronique (le cils échéant). 



Nom ei tidre.f.^e de l'ax'ocatte) — numén* et rue, municifMdité. cotle ftostat, 
numéros de téléphone et de télécopieur et adresse électronique {le cas 
échéant). 



AVIS : 



LE TRIBUNAL TIENDRA UNE AUDIENCE ECRITE le (date) 

à (heure) , oa dès que possible par la saite. au (lieu de l'audience).. 



Ce tribunal a reçu : 

O Une requête du requérant en application de la Loi de 2002 sur les ordonnances alimentaires d exécution réciproque en vue d'obtenir : 
D une ordonnance D une modificatton d'une ordonnance 

C Une ordonnance conditionnelle Q modifiant une ordonnance 

n ailleurs en Ontario D à l'extérieur de l'Ontario 

tes précisions a ce sujet figurent dans les documents ci-joints. 

SI VOUS DÉSIREZ VOUS OPPOSER À UNE DEMANDE DANS I-A PRÉSENTE CAUSE, vous ou votre avocat devez préparer tmc Défense 
(un exemplaire de cdle-ci se trouve ci-joint) et en déposer une copie au greffe. VOUS NE DISPOSEZ QUE DE .10 JOU RS APRÈS QUE LE 
PRÉSENT AVIS VOUS EST SIGNIFIÉ POUR DÉPOSER UNE DÉFENSE À LA PRÉSENTE CAUSE. 

Que vous désiriez ou non vous opposer à une demande dans la présente cause. VOUS DEVEZ DÉPOSER U.N ÉTAT FINA.NCIER (un exemplaire 
de celui-ci se trouve cijointi au greflé AU PLUS TARD 30 JOURS APRÈS QUE LE PRÉSENT AVIS VOUS EST SIGNIFIÉ. 

Si vous voulez (tcmanUcr une audience orale, vous devez préparer une motion (fomiule 14B - un exemplaire de celle-ci se trouve ci-joint) et en 
dC-posa une copie au greffe d» tribunal AU PLUS TARD 30 JOURS APRÈS QUE LE PRÉSENT .WIS VOUS EST SIGNIFIÉ. 

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Formule 37 : Avis (t'auUience (page 2) 



Numéro de dossier du greffe_ 



Le tribunal n^extminera que tes dorumcnts écrits dans la présente cause à la date indiquée ci-dessus. SAUF ORDONNANCE CONTRAIRE. 
DU TRIBUNAL. VOUS N'AVEZ PAS À VOUS RENDRE AU TRIBUNAL NI À VOUS Y KAIRE REPRÉSENTER PAR UN AVOCAT. Si 
une ordonnance est rendue ou que le juge exige que vous soyez présent(«) ou que vous fournissiez des preuves additionnelles, vous en serez 

avisé(e). 

SI VOUS NE DÉPOSE?. PAS DE DOCUMENTS ÉCRITS, LE TRIBUNAL PEUT RENDRE UNE ORDONNANCE SANS VOTRE 
DÉFENSE ÉCRITE ET L'EXÉCIJTER CONTRE VOUS. 

Vous devriez obtenir des conseils juridiques au sujet de cette cause imiuédiatcroent. Si vous n'avez pas les moyens de payer un avocat, te tîurcau 
d'aide juridique de votre localité pourra peul-ctre vous aider. (Consultez l'annuaire téléphonique sous la rubrique AIDK iURIOtQ(JE.) 



Date de la signalure 



Signature du greffier ou greffier du tribunal 



REMARQUE t One aipie de la requête devrait être jointe nu présent ans. ainsi qu 'une copie de l'étal financier tlu/de la requérantfe). une copie 
de toute ordonnance condiiionnelle ei une copie de la preuve du/de la requérant(e). Devrait également être Joint au présent nviv un exemplaire de 
l 'éttu financier, que votks devez remplir et déposer. Si une ordonnance conditionnelle a été rendue aillews en Ontario, wus devez signifier et déposer 
votre étal financier. 

Si l 'un ou I autre de ces documents n est fias joint comme it se doit, wus devriez communiquer immédiatement avec le greffe à l 'adresse indiquée au 
haut de la présente formule. 



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Formule 37A 

Loi sur les tribunaux judiciaires 
FEUILLE DE RENSEIGNEMENTS 



(Nom du thhunnl) 



Numéro de dossier du grcfTc 



Formule 37A : Feuille de 
renseignements 



situé(e) au 



Adresse du greffe 



Requérant(c)(s) 



Nom et prénom officiels et adresse aux fins de signification numéro et 
me. municipalité, code postal, numéros de téléphone et de télécopieur et 
adresse électronique (le cas échéant) 



Nom et adresse de l'avocat(e) — numéro et rue. municipalité, code postal, 
numéros de téléphone et de télécopieur et adresse électronique (le cas 
échéant). 



Intimé(c)($) 



Nom et prénom officiels et adres.se aux fins de signification numéro et 
rue. municipalité, code postal, numéros de téléphone et de télécopieur et 
adresse électronique (le cas échéant) 



Nom ei adresse de l'avocat(e) — numéro et rue. municipalité, code postal, 
numéros île téléphone et de télécopieur et atlrexte électronique (le cm 
échéant). 



AUX REQUÉRANT(E)S : 

Il a été signifié à l'intimc{c) ou aux tnlin)é(c)s un avis O d'audience prévu par la Loi de 2()02 sur les ordonnances alimentaires d 'exécution 

réciproque. 
Ci d'audience d'homologation. 

Une copie de cet avis est jointe à la présente feuille Elle vous est envoyée À TITRE DE RENSEIGNEMENT SEULEMENT. 

VOUS N'AVEZ P.4S À VOUS PRÉSENTER À CETTE AUDIENCE NI À VOUS V FAIRE REPRÉSENTER PAR UN AVOCAT. 

Vous serez avisc(c)s des résultats de l'audience par le greffe ou bureau où vous avez présenté votre requête. Si vous avez des questions, vous devriez 
communiquer avec votre avocat ou le greffe ou bureau où vous avez présenté votre requête. 



Date de la signature 



Signature du greffier ou greffier du tribunal 



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Formule 37B 

Loi sur les tribunaux judiciaires 
DIRECTIVE ENJOIGNANT DE DEMANDER DES RENSEIGNEMENTS SUPPLÉMENTAIRES 




ii^am iiu trihuniilf 



situé(e) au 



Adresse du greffe 



Nunicro de dossier du greffe 



Formule 37B : Directive 

enjoignant de demander 

de$ renseignements 

supplémentaires 



Requéranl(e)(?) 



Nom et prénom officiels et adresse aux ftns de signification ~ numéro et 
rue, municipalité, ctnle postal, numéros de téléphone et de télécopieur et 
adresse électronique (le cas échéant}. 



Nom et adresse de l avocatlei numéro et rue. municipalité, cmle 
postal, numéros de téléphone et de télécopieur et adresse électronique 
(le cas échéant). 



Intimé(e)(s) 



Nom et pivmim officiels et adresse aux fins de signification — numéro et 
rue. municitxdité. cmle postal, numéros de téléphone cl de télécopieur et 
adresse électronique (le cas échéant) 



Nom et adresse de l 'at'ocot(e) -- numéro et rue, municipalité, code 
postal, numéros de téléphone et de télécopieur et adresse électronique 
(le cas échéant) 



(Cochez la ou les cases appropriées.) D AUX RF.QIJF,RANT(E)S : 

D À I.'IINITÉ DES ORDONNANCES ALIMENTAIRES D'EXÉCUTION RÉCIPROQUE 
DE L'ONTARIO : 



Ce tribunal a examiné la requête en ahnicnts ou la requête eu modification d'une ordonnance alunenlaire 
\t(date) 

LE TRIBUNAL A AJOURNÉ L'AUDITION DE LA CAUSE AU (date) 



D II est enjoint au requérant ou à la requérante de fournir les renseignements ou les documents qu'exige le tribunal. 

D II est enjoint à l'Unité des ordonnances alimentaires d'exécution réciproque de l'Ontario de communiquer avec le requérant ou la requérante ou 
l'autorité compétente de l'autorité pratiquant la réciprocité pour demander les renseignements ou les documents qu'exige le tribunal. 

Ce tribunal exige les renseignements ou les documents suivants : (Annexer des feuilles supplémentaires au besoin, ou une transcription dans laquelle 
sont indiqués tes renseignements et les documents exigés.) 



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Formule 37B : Directive enjoignant Ue denunUer des renseignements soppléroentaires (page 2) NMinéro de dossier du grefre_ 



Les renseignements ou les documents doivent être déposés auprès de ce trit)unal i l'adresse indiquée au haut de la présente formule au 
moins 30 jours avant la date d'audience. 

A l'audience, une ordonnance temporaire : 

D n'a pas été rendue; 

D a élc rendue des précisions suivront; 

n a clé rendue une copie certifiée conforme de l'ordonnance temporaire se trouve ci-jointe. 



Bale de la signature Signantre du greffier ou greffier du Inhunal 

REMARQUE : l 'ne copie de la preuve de l'inrimé(e) et une copie dex inoiify rpi 'a le irihunat pour demander def preuvet additionnelles 
devraienl être jointes à la présente formule. Si t un ou l 'autre de ces doatments n 'est pas joint comme il se doit, vous devriez communiquer 
immédiatement awc le greffe à I adresse indiquée au haul de la présente formule. 



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Formule 37C 

Loi sur les tribunata judiciaires 
AVIS DE POURSUITE DE L'AUDIENCE 




fSom itu tribunal) 



situé(e) au _ 



Numéro de dossier liii greffe 



Formule 37C : Avis 
de poursuite 
de l'audience 



Adresse du greffe 



Requérant(e)(s) 



Nom et prénom officiels et adresse aux fuis de sigtiificalioM numéro ei 
rue, municipalité, code postal, numéros de téléphone et de télécopieur et 
adresse electronttpie tie cas échéant). 



Nom et adresse de l'a\-octtt(e) numéro et rue, municipalité, axle postal, 
numéros de téléphone et de télécopieur et adresse électronique (le cas 
échéant) 



lntimé(e)(s) 



Nom et prénom officiels et ailre,Kse auxjîns de signification numéro et 
ne. municipalité, code postal, numéros de téléphone el de télécopieur cl 
adresse électronique (le cas échéant) 



Nom et ftdres^e de l'aviKnite) numéro et rue. municipalité, ctxte postal, 
numéros de téléphone et de télécopieur cl adresse électronique (le cas 
échéant) 



AUX INTIME(E)S : 

LE TRIBUNAL POURSUIVR.* UNR AllDirNCF, ÉCRITE I» (date) 

i (heure) oa dès que poisible p«r U sbiIc (b (lieu de l 'audience) . 



Lipréiouectuseê été ajoaméeie (date d'ajournement) 

pour qu'elle puisse être renvoyée à l'autorité d'origine pour l'obtention de preuves additionnelles. 

L'autorité d'origine nous a maintenant envoyé des preuves additionnelles, dont une copie se trouve ci-jointe. Ce tribunal examinera donc cette cause 
aux date, heure et lieu indiqués ci-<lessus. 

SI VOUS SOUHAITEZ PRÉSENTER UNE RÉPONSE À L'ÉGARO DES PREUVES ADDITIONNELLES, VOUS OU VOTRE AVOCAT 
DEVEZ DÉPOSER UN AFRDAVIT EN RÉPONSE (formiile 14A — ■■ txempUirc se IroBve ci-Jolnl) AU PLUS TARD 30 JOURS APRÈS 
QUE VOUS AVEZ REÇU LE PRÉSENT AVIS. 

Si vous voulez demander nne aadteace orale, vous devez préparer une motion (formule 1 4B un exemplaire de celle-ci se trouve ci-joint) et en 
déposer une copie au greffe du tribunal AU PLUS TARD 30 JOURS APRÈS QUE LE PRÉSENT AVIS VOUS EST SIGNIFIÉ. 

Le tribuaal n'examinera qae les docameats écrits dans la présente cause k la date indiqaér ci-dessus. SAUF ORDONNANCE CONTRAIRE 
DU TRIBUNAL. VOUS N'AVEZ PAS À VOUS RENDRE AU TRIBUNAL Ni À VOUS Y FAIRE REPRÉSENTER PAR UN AVOCAT. Si 
une ordoaaaace est readat oo qae le Juge exige qae vons soyez présentie) oa que vous fournissiez des preuves additionnelles, vous ea serez 
avisé(e). 



Date tie In signature 



Signiifure du greffier ou greffier du tribunal 



REM ARQliE : l'ne copie des preuves additionnelles du/de la requérant(e) gui ont été présemées dans le ressort de l 'autorité d origine devrait 
être jointe au pré.'.eni avis Si elle n est pa.\ jointe comme </ .w doit, t-ous devriez communiquer imméiliatemeni avec le greffe à l 'adresse indiquée au 
haut de la présente formule. 



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Formule 37D 

Loi sur les tribunaux judiciaires 
AVIS D'ENREGISTREMENT D'UNE ORDONNANCE 




iNom du tribuna!) 



situé(e) au 



Numéro (le dossier ilu grelTe 



Formule 37D : Avis 

d'enregistrement 

d'une ordonnance 



Adresse du greffé 



Requérant(e)(s) 



Nom el prénom off'uieh et adresse trnx/ms de signification numéro et 

rue, municipalité, code postal, numéros de téléphone el de télécopieur et 
adresse éteclronitjue (te cas échéant). 



Nom el adresse de Itn'ocaKe) numéro et rue, mtmicipalilè, cmie postal, 
numéros de téléphone el de télécopieur et adresse électronique (te cas 
échéant) 



i 



intimc(e)(5) 



.Vom el prénom officiels et adresse aux fins de signification — numéro el 
me. munwipalilé. code postal, numéros de téléphone el de télécopieur el 
adresse éleclronitpie (le cn.t échéant). 



Nom el adresse de l'a\-ocat(eJ -•■ numéro el rue, municipalité, code postât, 
numéros de téléphone el de télécopieur et adresse électronique (le cas 
échéant). 



AUX : (Cochez la ou les cases appropriéefs).} 



a AUX REQUÉRANT(E)S ; 
D AUX 1NTIMÉ(E)S : 



Le/La (nom du tribunal).. 



situc(c) au (Iteu où siège le tribunal) 

a demandé aux tribunaux de l'Ontario d'exécuter 



D une ordonnance alimentaire en faveur de personnes à charge. 

D les dispositions relatives aux aliments d'un accord écrit conclu entre vous-mêirwKsI et l'autre 
partie. 



. en application de la 



L'ordonnance ou l'accord a été enregistre auprès de ce tribunal de l'Ontario le (date de l'enregistrement) 

Loi 2(X>2 sur les ordonnances alimentaires d'exécution réciproque. 

Si vous avez des raisons de croire, selon le cas : 

a) que vous n'avez pas été avisc(c) ou que vous n'avez pas eu une possibilité raisonnable d'être CRtcndu(c): 

b) que l'ordonnance ou l'accord est contraire à l'ordre public en Ontario; 

c) que le tribunal qui a rendu l'ordonnance n'avait pas compétence pour le faire, 

vous pouvez présenter une motion {formules 14 el 14A) en annulation de renregislrenicnt. mais ce au plus lanj .10 jours après avoir reçu le présent 
avis. Vous devez envoyer par la poste un avis de votre motion à l'Unité des ordonnances alimentaires d'exécution réciproque de l'Ontario située au : 
(adresse) 



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Formule 37D : Avis d'enregistrement d'une ordonnance (page 2) 



Numéro de dossier du grefre_ 



Vous pouvez etrcchier la signi tkalion par n'importe laquelle des méthodes énoncées à la règle 6 des Règles en mmtére de droit de la familles y compris par 
la poste, par messagerie et par télécopie 

Si vous choisisse/ de ne pas conlcslcr l'enregistrement, Tordonnance ou l'accord sera exécuté contre vous comme s'il s'agissait d'une ordonnance 
d'un tribunal de l'Onurio. Vous avez le droit à n'importe quel moment de présenter une requête en modification de l'ordonnance ou de l'accord s'il y 
a eu un changement important de circonstances depuis que l'ordonnance a été rendue ou que l'accord a été conclu. 



liate de la signature 



Signature du greffier ou greffier du irihimal 



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Formule 37E 

Loi sur les tribunaux judiciaires 
AVIS DE DEMANDE DE PREUVES ADDITIONNELLES 




^\V>m du tfihunttlf 



$itué(c) au 



Adresse du greflê 



Numéro de dossier du grcflc 



Formule 37E : Avis 

de demande de 

preuves 

additionnelles 



Requérant(e)(s) 



1 



Nom et prénom officiels et adresse aux fins de signification — numéro et 
rue, municipalité, coile postal, numéros de téléphone et de télécopieur et 
adresse électronique (le cas échéant}- 



Nom et Oilressc de l'ovocaffe} —■ numéro et rue, municipalité, code postal, 
numéros de téléphone et de télécopieur et adresse électronique (le cas 
échéant) 



lntimc(c)(s) 



Nom et prénom ofiidels et adresse titct fins de signification numéro et 

rue. Municipalité, coile postal, numéros de téléphone et de télécopieur et 
adresse électronique fie Cfis échéant). 



Nom et adresse de l'avocatle) ■■- numéro et me. municipalité, code postal, 
numéros de téléphone et de télécopieur et adresse élecirvnique (le cas 
échéant). 



AUX REQIJERANT(E)S : 

D L'ordonnance conditionnelle dans cette cause 

D ta nwditîcation conditionnelle de l'ordonnance rendue par ^/lom rfu rnAuno/^ 

le (dale) 

a été portée devant un juge du/de la (nom ti adresse du tribunal) 

Cet autre tribunal exige que vous Fournissiez d'autres preuves. Les précisions sont données dans les documents ci-joints. 

Si vous voulez pounaivre votre requête en ilinMKls at en modirication d'aliments, vous ou votre avocat devez préparer an iflliUvit 
(formult 14A — an exemplaire se trouve ci-joint) à l'appui de vos preuves additioaatlles et le déposer i ce greffe du tribenaL 

L'autre tribunal poursuivra son aiA\cnct\e (indiquez In date si elle est connue) Les preuves par afndavH que vous comptez 

présenter doivent être déposées aaprés de ce tribanal VU joars avant cette date pour qu'elles puissent être envoyées i l'autre tribunal à 
temps pour l'audience. 

SI VOIJS NF, DÉPOSEZ PAS DE PREUVES ADDITIONNELLES PAR AFnDAVlT. L'ORDONNANCE CONDITIONNELLE/LA 
MODIFICATION CONDITIONNELLE D'UNE ORDONNANCE PEUT NE PAS f.TRE HOMOLOGUÉE PAR L'AUTRE TRIBUNAL. 



Dnie de la signature 



Signature du greffier ou ^rejller du tribunal 



RE.VI ARQUE : Une copie de la preuve de I 'intimé(e) et une copie des motifs qu'a I autre tribunal pour demander des preuves 
additionnelles devraient être jointes au présent avis. Si l 'un ou I autre de ces documents n est pas joint comme il se doit, \<ous devriez 
communiquer immédiatement awc le greffe à l adresse indiquée au haut de la présente formule. 



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11. (1) Sous réserve du paragraphe (2), le présent règlement entre en vigueur le jour de son dépôt. 

(2) Les articles 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8 et 10 entrent en vigueur le même jour que la Loi de 2002 sur les ordonnances 
alimentaires d'exécution réciproque. 

12/03 



ONTARIO REGULATION 57/03 

made under the 

ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT 

Made: March 5, 2003 
Filed: March 7, 2003 

Amending Reg. 328 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Endangered Species) 

Note: Regulation 328 has previously been amended. Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations jjublished in 
The Ontario Gazette dated January 1 8, 2003. 

1. Schedule 1 to Regulation 328 of the Revised Regulation of Ontario, 1990 is amended by adding the following 
item: 

19. Desmognathus fuscus (Green) commonly known as Northern Dusky Salamander. 

2. Schedule 2 to the Regulation is amended by adding the following items: 

12. Woodsia obtusa (Sprengel) Torr. commonly known as Blunt-Iobed Woodsia. 

13. Polygala incarnata L. commonly known as Pink Milkwort in all locations except on Waipole Island First Nation in 
Lambton County. 

14. Chimaphila maculata (L.) Pursch commonly known as Spotted Wintergreen. 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 58/03 

made under the 

ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT 

Made: March 5, 2003 
Filed: March 7, 2003 

Amending Reg. 328 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Endangered Species) 

Note: Since the end of 2002, Regulation 328 has been amended by Ontario Regulation 57/03. Previous amendments are 
listed in the Table of Regulations published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

1. Schedule 2 to Regulation 328 of the Revised Regulation of Ontario, 1990 is amended by adding the following 
items: 

15. Trillium flexipes Raf. commonly known as Drooping Trillium. 

16. Carex juniperorum Catling, Reznicek & Crins commonly known as Juniper Sedge. 

17. Triphora trianthophora (Sw.) Rydb. commonly known as Nodding Pogonia. 
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ONTARIO REGULATION 59/03 

made under the 
PUBLIC SERVICE ACT 

Made: January 14, 2003 

Approved: March 5, 2003 

Filed: March 7, 2003 

Amending Reg. 977 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Regulation 977 has previously been amended. Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in 
The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

1. Subsections 31 (4) and (5) of Regulation 977 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 are revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(4) No grievance shall include a complaint in respect of the following matters: 

1 . A complaint that a position should be classified. 

2. A complaint that a position is in the wrong classification. 

3. A complaint relating to a release from employment under subsection 22 (4.1) of the Act. 

4. A complaint regarding the method of evaluating an employee's performance. 

5. A complaint regarding the evaluation of an employee's performance. 

6. A complaint regarding the compensation provided or denied to an employee as a result of an evaluation of his or her 
performance. 

Civil Service Commission: 



Kathryn a. Boue y 
Chair 

MoRAG McLean 
Secretary 



Dated on January 14, 2003. 
12/03 

ONTARIO REGULATION 60/03 

made under the 

HOMES FOR THE AGED AND REST HOMES ACT 

Made: March 5, 2003 
Filed: March 7, 2003 

Amending Reg. 637 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 



Note: Regulation 637 has previously been amended. Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in 
The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

1. The definition of "registered nursing assistant" in subsection 1 (1) of Regulation 637 of the Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 



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"registered nurse in the extended class" means a member of the College of Nurses of Ontario who is a registered nurse and 
who holds an extended certificate of registration under the Nursing Act, 1991; 

"registered nursing staff means those members of the nursing staff who are registered nurses including registered nurses in 
the extended class or registered practical nurses; 

"registered practical nurse" means a member of the College of Nurses of Ontario who holds a certificate of registration as a 
registered practical nurse under the Nursing Act, 1991; 

2. Clause 12.25 (2) (a) of the Regulation is amended by adding "or registered nurse in the extended class attending 
the resident" after "resident's physician". 

3. (1) The definition of "pharmacist" in subsection 14 (1) of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

"pharmacist" means a member of the Ontario College of Pharmacists; 

(2) The definition of "prescription drug" in subsection 14 (1) of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

"prescription drug" means, 

(a) a controlled drug mentioned in Schedule G to the Food and Drugs Act (Canada), 

(b) a controlled substance as defined in the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (Canada). 

(3) Subsection 14 (2) of the Regulation is amended by striking out "all nursing staff" at the end and substituting 
"all registered nursing staff". 

(4) Subsection 14 (3) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

(3) Every drug cabinet or storeroom shall be kept locked and the keys shall be under the control of a registered nurse who 
is on duty or a registered practical nurse on duty or the administrator in the absence of a registered nurse and registered 
practical nurse. 

(5) Subsection 14 (4) of the Regulation is amended by striking out "legally qualified medical practitioner or a 
pharmacist" at the end and substituting "a legally qualified medical practitioner, pharmacist or registered nurse". 

(6) Subsection 14 (7) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

(7) A drug shall be taken by or administered to a resident only on the individual prescription or written direction of a 
legally qualified medical practitioner, a member of the Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario, or a registered nurse in 
the extended class. 

(7) Subsection 14 (8) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

(8) A prescription drug shall be administered to a resident only by a legally qualified medical practitioner, a member of the 
Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario, a registered nurse or a registered practical nurse. 

4. (1) Subsection 26 (4) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

(4) The medical director, a registered nurse in the extended class or the attending physician shall report any incidence of 
reportable or communicable disease outbreaks to the local medical officer of health in accordance with sections 25 and 26 of 
the Health Protection and Promotion Act. 

(2) Subsection 26 (8) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

(8) At least once a year, each resident shall be given a complete physical examination by the attending physician, the 
medical director or a registered nurse in the extended class. 

(3) Subsection 26 (12) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

(12) Where the medical director, the attending physician or a registered nurse in the extended class directs, a resident of a 
home shall be given a special diet. 

5. Section 28 of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

28. (I) A resident, or the person who is lawfully authorized to make a decision on behalf of the resident concerning the 
resident's personal care, may retain an attending physician to attend the resident and provide the resident with medical care. 

(2) A resident, or the person who is lawfully authorized to make a decision on behalf of the resident concerning the 
resident's personal care, may retain a registered nurse in the extended class to attend the resident and provide the resident 
with care. 

(3) The registered nurse in the extended class retained under subsection (2) shall comply with the "Standards for 
Consultation with Physicians by RN(EC)s" including "Collaboration" set out in the publication of the College of Nurses of 

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Ontario entitled "Standards of Practice for Registered Nurses who hold an extended class certificate of registration" as 
amended from time to time. 

(4) The medical director shall attend and prescribe medication or medical care for any resident of the home who has no 
attending physician of his or her own or who requests that the services of the medical director be made available. 

6. (1) Clause 47 (2) (a) of the Regulation is amended by adding "or registered nurse in the extended class" after "a 
physician". 

(2) Clause 47 (3) (a) of the Regulation is amended by adding "or registered nurse in the extended class" after "a 
physician". 

7. Subsection 68 (1) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

(1) The municipality, municipalities or board maintaining and operating a home shall ensure that each resident's plan of 
care is reviewed at least quarterly by at least the following members of the interdisciplinary team providing the resident's 
care: 

1 . The physician providing the resident's care. 

2. The registered nurse in the extended class, if any, providing the resident's care. 

3. The nursing staff providing the resident's care. 

4. The food services supervisor or dietitian responsible for the resident's meals. 
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ONTARIO REGULATION 61/03 

made under the 
NURSING HOMES ACT 

Made: March 5, 2003 
Filed: March 7, 2003 

Amending Reg. 832 of R.R.O. 1 990 
(General) 

Note: Since the end of 2002, Regulation 832 has been amended by Ontario Regulation 21/03. Previous amendments are 
listed in the Table of Regulations published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

1. (1) The definitions of "nursing care" and "nursing staff' in subsection 1 (1) of Regulation 832 of the Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990 are revoked and the following substituted: 

"nursing care" means skilled nursing and other personal care given by or under the supervision of a registered nurse or a 
registered practical nurse; 

"nursing staff includes a registered nurse including a registered nurse in the extended class, a registered practical nurse and a 
health care aide also known as a non-registered nurse's aide; 

(2) The definition of "pharmacist" in subsection 1 (1) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

"pharmacist" means a member of the Ontario College of Pharmacists; 

(3) The definition of "prescription drug" in subsection I (1) of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

"prescription drug" means, 

(a) a controlled drug mentioned in Schedule G to the Food and Drugs Act (Canada), 

(b) a controlled substance as defined in the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (Canada); 

(4) The definition of "registered nursing assistant" in subsection I (1) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

"registered nurse in the extended class" means a member of the College of Nurses of Ontario who is a registered nurse and 
who holds an extended certificate of registration under the Nursing Act, 1991; 



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"registered nursing staff' means those members of the nursing staff who are registered nurses including registered nurses in 
the extended class or registered practical nurses; 

2. (1) Clause 47.2 (2) (a) of the Regulation is amended by adding "or a registered nurse in the extended class" after 
"a physician". 

(2) Clause 47.2 (3) (a) of the Regulation is amended by adding "or a registered nurse in the extended class" after "a 
physician". 

3. Clause 48 (2) (a) of the Regulation is amended by adding "or a registered nurse in the extended class attending 
the resident" after "resident's physician". 

4. The heading preceding section 50 of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

Physicians and Registered Nurses in the Extended Class 

5. Section 50 of the Regulation is amended by adding the following subsections: 

(5) A licensee of a nursing home may appoint one or more registered nurses in the extended class for the nursing home, 
and, if the licensee does so, the licensee shall obtain a written statement signed by each of those registered nurses in the 
extended class stating that he or she will advise the administrator of the home on care matters in the home that are within the 
competence of a registered nurse in the extended class. 

(6) The registered nurse in the extended class appointed under subsection (5) shall comply with the "Standards for 
Consultation with Physicians by RN(EC)s" including "Collaboration" set out in the publication of the College of Nurses of 
Ontario entitled "Standards of Practice for Registered Nurses who hold an extended class certificate of registration" as 
amended from time to time. 

(7) A licensee of a nursing home shall notify the Director in writing of the name, address, telephone number and date of 
appointment of each registered nurse in the extended class appointed under subsection (5) and, wherever there is a change in 
any of that information, the licensee shall notify the Director in writing of the change. 

6. Sections 51 and 52 of the Regulation are revoked and the following substituted: 

51. (1) A resident, or the person who is lawfiilly authorized to make a decision on behalf of the resident concerning the 
resident's personal care, may retain a physician to attend the resident and provide the resident with medical care and, if 
neither of them retains the physician, the administrator shall do so. 

(2) A resident, or the person who is lawfully authorized to make a decision on behalf of the resident concerning the 
resident's personal care, may retain a registered nurse in the extended class to attend the resident and provide the resident 
with care. 

(3) The registered nurse in the extended class retained under subsection (2) shall comply with the "Standards for 
Consultation with Physicians by RN(EC)s" including "Collaboration" set out in the publication of the College of Nurses of 
Ontario entitled "Standards of Practice for Registered Nurses who hold an extended class certificate of registration" as 
amended from time to time. 

(4) A physician or registered nurse in the extended class who is retained under subsection ( 1 ) or (2) shall, 

(a) visit the resident and review the resident's medication and diet at least once every three months; 

(b) make an annual physical examination of the resident and file with the administrator a written report of the examination 
and his or her findings on the examination; and 

(c) make any additional attendances, in addition to those referred to in clauses (a) and (b), as the resident's condition 
requires. 

52. Where a physician or registered nurse in the extended class has been retained to provide a person who is or is to be a 
resident with care and he or she does not comply with the requirements of section 51, the administrator shall request him or 
her to comply with the requirements of section 51 and if the physician or registered nurse in the extended class does not do 
so, the administrator, af^er consultation with the resident and the person who is lawfully authorized to make a decision on 
behalf of the resident concerning the resident's personal care, shall retain another physician and may retain another registered 
nurse in the extended class to provide the resident with the care. 

7. Section 53 of the Regulation is amended by adding the following subsection: 

(2) An administrator may arrange for a registered nurse in the extended class to be part of the team that is on call to 
provide emergency services. 

8. (1) Subsection 54 (1) of the Regulation is amended by adding "or a registered nurse in the extended class" after 
"retain a physician". 

(2) Subsection 54 (2) of the Regulation is amended by adding "or registered nurse in the extended class" after 
"opinion of the physician". 

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9. The Regulation is amended by adding the following section: 

54.1 The medical director, a registered nurse in the extended class or the attending physician shall report any incidence of 
reportable or communicable disease outbreaks to the local medical officer of health in accordance with sections 25 and 26 of 
the Health Protection and Promotion Act. 

10. Clause 55 (5) (c) of the Regulation is amended by striking out "registered nursing assistant" at the end and 
substituting "registered practical nurse". 

11. Subsection 56 (4) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

(4) Where a resident's attending physician or registered nurse in the extended class so requires, a resident's vital signs 
shall be observed and recorded regularly by the registered nursing staff and the information shall be reported to the physician 
or registered nurse in the extended class as he or she directs. 

12. Subsection 63 (3) of the Regulation is amended by striking out "registered nursing assistant" and substituting 
"registered practical nurse". 

13. (1) Subsection 65 (3) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

(3) Every drug cabinet or storeroom shall be kept locked and the keys shall be under the control of a registered nurse who 
is on duty or a registered practical nurse on duty or the administrator in the absence of a registered nurse and registered 
practical nurse. 

(2) Subsection 65 (8) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 



(8) No resident shall keep or be permitted to keep a drug on his or her person or in his or her room unless authorized by 
either a physician or registered nurse in the extended class who is in attendance on the resident, and in accordance with any 
conditions that are imposed by the physician or the registered nurse in the extended class. 

14. (1) Subsection 68 (1) of the Regulation is amended by striking out "pharmacist or physician" and substituting 
"pharmacist, physician or a registered nurse in the extended class appointed under subsection 50 (5)". 



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(2) Subsections 68 (2) and (3) of the Regulation are revoked and the following substituted: 



« 



(2) Where a nursing home purchases, keeps or uses a prescription drug referred to in subsection (1), the pharmacist, 
physician or a registered nurse in the extended class appointed under subsection 50 (5) shall keep or cause to be kept, 

(a) a record of the name, strength and quantity of the prescription drug; and 

(b) the records required to be kept by the Regulated Health Professions Act, 1991, the Food and Drugs Act (Canada) and 
the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (Canada) for the receipt and sale or disposition of the prescription drug. 

(3) A prescription drug referred to in subsection (1) shall be stored in a separate locked drug cabinet or storeroom that is 
accessible only to a pharmacist, physician or member of the registered nursing staff. 

15. Subsection 69 (2) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

(2) Where a resident dies, written approval of the person who has signed the medical certificate of death under the Vital 
Statistics Act shall be obtained before a drug that was provided for the resident is destroyed or removed. 

16. Subsection 70 (3) of the Regulation is amended by striking out "registered nursing assistant" at the end and 
substituting "registered practical nurse". 

17. Subsections 78 (1), (2) and (3) of the Regulation are revoked and the following substituted: 

(1) Where a resident dies in a nursing home, the resident's death shall be reported immediately to, 

(a) a coroner by the person in charge of the nursing home at the time of the resident's death; 

(b) the resident's physician; and 

(c) any registered nurse in the extended class who attended the resident. 

(2) Where the attending physician or registered nurse in the extended class is satisfied that the death was from natural 
causes and the coroner has been informed of the resident's death, the body of the resident may be moved to a private area in 
the nursing home. 

(3) The attending physician or registered nurse in the extended class shall make a written report indicating the cause and 
time of death of the resident, and the report shall be retained in the resident's file. 

18. Section 89 of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

89. The medical record of a resident must include a written report of, 
(a) the resident's medical history; 

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(b) each physical examination ofthe resident by a physician or a registered nurse in the extended class; 

(c) diagnoses ofthe resident's condition; 

(d) orders for the treatment of the resident, including, 
(i) orders for the administration of drugs, 

(ii) orders for medication, and 

(iii) follow-up notes indicating the resident's condition at each visit, signed by the physician or registered nurse in the 
extended class attending the resident; 

(e) a written copy of every telephone order for treatment of the resident given by a physician, together with the signature 
of the registered nurse or registered practical nurse to whom the telephone order was given and the counter-signature 
ofthe physician who gave the telephone order; 

(f) daily nursing notes that are signed by the nurse in charge ofthe resident and that record every change in the resident's 
condition considered significant in the opinion ofthe nurse in charge ofthe resident; and 

(g) any records required to be kept under the provisions ofthe Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (Canada) or Part III 
ofthe Food and Drugs Act (Canada). 

19. Subsection 127 (1) ofthe Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

(1) A licensee of a nursing home shall ensure that each resident's plan of care is reviewed at least quarterly by at least the 
following members ofthe interdisciplinary team providing the resident's care: 

1 . The physician providing the resident's care. 

2. The registered nurse in the extended class, if any, providing the resident's care. 

t3. The nursing staff providing the resident's care. 
4. The food services supervisor or dietitian responsible for the resident's needs. 
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ONTARIO REGULATION 62/03 

made under the 

HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

Made: March 5, 2003 
;, " Filed: March 7, 2003 

i 

Amending Reg. 552 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Since the end of 2002, Regulation 552 has been amended by Ontario Regulations 18/03 and 50/03. Previous 
amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

1. Subsection 1 (1) of Regulation 552 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is amended by adding the 
following definition: 

"extended class nursing staff means those registered nurses in the extended class in a hospital, 

(a) who are employed by the hospital and are authorized to diagnose, prescribe for or treat out-patients in the hospital, and 

(b) who are not employed by the hospital and to whom the governing body or authority of the hospital has granted 
privileges to diagnose, prescribe for or treat out-patients in the hospital; 

2. (1) Paragraph 2 of subsection 8 (1) ofthe Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

2. The use of radiotherapy facilities where available in a hospital in Canada when prescribed by a physician. 

2.1 The use of occupational therapy and physiotherapy facilities where available in a hospital in Canada when prescribed 
by a physician or a registered nurse in the extended class. 

(2) Paragraph 3 of subsection 8 (1) ofthe Regulation is amended by striking out "or by an oral and maxillofacial 
surgeon" and substituting "by an oral and maxillofacial surgeon or by a registered nurse in the extended class". 

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(3) Paragraph 4 of subsection 8 (1) of the Regulation is amended by adding at the end "or a registered nurse in the 
extended class". 

(4) Paragraph 5 of subsection 8 (1) of the Regulation is amended by striking out "or an oral and maxillofacial 
surgeon on the dental stafT' in the portion before subclause i and substituting "an oral and maxillofacial surgeon on 
the dental staffor a registered nurse in the extended class on the extended class nursing stafT'. 

(5) Paragraphs 6 and 7 of subsection 8 (1) of the Regulation are revoked and the following substituted: 

6. Use of home renal dialysis medications where available in a hospital in Canada and prescribed by a physician on the 
medical staff of that hospital. 

6.1 Use of home renal dialysis equipment and supplies where available in a hospital in Canada and prescribed by a 
physician on the medical staff of that hospital or by a registered nurse in the extended class on the extended class 
nursing staff of that hospital. 

7. Use of home hyperalimentation medications where available in a hospital in Ontario and prescribed by a physician on 
the medical staff of that hospital. 

7.1 Use of home hyperalimentation equipment and supplies where available in a hospital in Ontario and prescribed by a 
physician on the medical staff of that hospital or by a registered nurse in the extended class on the extended class 
nursing staff of that hospital. 

(6) Subsection 8 (1) of the Regulation is amended by adding the following paragraph: 

8.1 The provision to haemophiliac patients, for use in the home, of equipment and supplies other than blood products 
where the equipment and supplies are available in a hospital in Ontario and prescribed by a registered nurse in the . 
extended class on the extended class nursing staff of that hospital. 

(7) Paragraphs 1 and 2 of subsection 8 (1.2) of the Regulation are revoked and the following substituted: 

1. A mammogram. 

2. An X-ray of a chest, ribs, arm, wrist, hand, leg, ankle or foot. 

(8) Subsection 8 (1.3) of the Regulation is revoked. 

3. Clause 1 1 (1) (e) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

(e) registered as an out-patient on the order or under the authority of a registered nurse in the extended class. 

4. Subsection 37 (3) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

(3) The General Manager may require a hospital to obtain the written statement described in subsection (4) from the 
insured person's attending physician, oral and maxillofacial surgeon, midwife or registered nurse in the extended class and to 
forward it to the General Manager. 

(4) The written statement, to be prepared by the attending physician, oral and maxillofacial surgeon, midwife or registered 
nurse in the extended class, is a statement regarding the condition of the insured person and must state the reason that any 
ambulance services provided to the insured person are necessary. 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 63/03 

made under the 

CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS ACT 

Made: March 5, 2003 
Filed: March 7, 2003 

Amending Reg. 69 of R.R.O. 1 990 
(General) 

Note: Regulation 69 has previously been amended. Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in 
The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

1. The definition of "registered nursing assistant" in subsection 1 (1) of Regulation 69 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 

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"registered nurse in the extended class" means a member of the College of Nurses of Ontario who is a registered nurse and 
who holds an extended certificate of registration under the Nursing Act, 1991; 

"registered nursing staff means those members of the nursing staff who are registered nurses including registered nurses in 
the extended class or registered practical nurses; 

"registered practical nurse" means a member of the College of Nurses of Ontario who holds a certificate of registration as a 
registered practical nurse under the Nursing Act, 1991; 

2. Section 14 of the Regulation is amended by adding the following subsections: 

(6) An approved corporation maintaining and operating a charitable institution may appoint one or more registered nurses 
in the extended class for the institution, and, if the approved corporation does so, the approved corporation shall obtain a 
written statement signed by each of those registered nurses in the extended class stating that he or she will advise the 
administrator on care matters in the institution that are within the competence of a registered nurse in the extended class. 

(7) The registered nurse in the extended class appointed under subsection (6) shall comply with the "Standards for 
Consultation with Physicians by RN(EC)s" including "Collaboration" set out in the publication of the College of Nurses of 
Ontario entitled "Standards of Practice for Registered Nurses who hold an extended class certificate of registration" as 
amended from time to time. 

(8) An approved corporation maintaining and operating a charitable institution shall notify the Director in writing of the 
name, address, telephone number and date of appointment of each registered nurse in the extended class appointed under 
subsection (6) and, wherever there is a change in any of that information, the approved corporation shall notify the Director 
in writing of the change. 

3. (1) Subsection 15 (2) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

(2) The physician appointed under subsection 14 (1) is responsible for the medical care provided for or administered to the 
residents of the charitable institution. 

(2. 1 ) All medications and drugs provided for or used in the charitable institution are subject to the approval of the 
physician appointed under subsection 14 (1) or a registered nurse in the extended class appointed under subsection 14 (6). 

(2.2) A registered nurse in the extended class appointed under subsection 14 (6) is responsible for the care provided to or 
administered to the residents of the charitable institution that is within the competence of a registered nurse in the extended 
class. 

(2) Subsection 15 (4) of the Regulation is amended by striking out "The physician for the institution" in the portion 
before clause (a) and substituting "The physician for the institution, a registered nurse in the extended class or the 
attending physician retained under subsection (4.2)". 

(3) Section 15 of the Regulation is amended by adding the following subsections: 

(4.2) A resident, or the person who is lawfully authorized to make a decision on behalf of the resident concerning the 
resident's personal care, may retain an attending physician to attend the resident and provide the resident with medical care. 

(4.3) A resident, or the person who is lawfijlly authorized to make a decision on behalf of the resident concerning the 
resident's personal care, may retain a registered nurse in the extended class to attend the resident and provide the resident 
with care. 

(4.4) The registered nurse in the extended class retained under subsection (4.3) shall comply with the "Standards for 
Consultation with Physicians by RN(EC)s" including "Collaboration" set out in the publication of the College of Nurses of 
Ontario entitled "Standards of Practice for Registered Nurses who hold an extended class certificate of registration" as 
amended from time to time. 

(4) Section 15 of the Regulation is amended by adding the following subsection: 

(5.1) Any registered nurse in the extended class appointed under subsection 14 (6) shall attend and prescribe medication or 
treatment for any resident who requests his or her services. 

(5) Subsections 15 (6), (7) and (8) of the Regulation are revoked and the following substituted: 

(6) At least once a year, each resident of the institution shall be given a complete physical examination by the physician 
for the institution, the attending physician or a registered nurse in the extended class. 

(7) One of the persons mentioned in subsection (6) shall make a detailed written report of the results of each physical 
examination of a resident and any recommendations pertaining to the examination, and the report shall be retained along with 
other records of the resident for at least 20 years after the last entry in the records with respect to the resident or, where the 
resident dies, for at least five years after the death of the resident. 

(8) A resident shall be given any special diet that may be directed by the physician for the institution, the attending 
physician or a registered nurse in the extended class. 

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5. (1) The definition of "pharmacist" in subsection 19 (1) of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

"pharmacist" means a member of the Ontario College of Pharmacists; 

(2) The definition of "prescription drug" in subsection 19 (1) of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

"prescription drug" means, 

(a) a controlled drug mentioned in Schedule G to the Food and Drugs Act (Canada), 

(b) a controlled substance as defined in the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (Canada). 

(3) Subsection 19 (2) of the Regulation is amended by striking out "all nursing staff' at the end and substituting 
"all registered nursing staff'. 

(4) Subsection 19 (3) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

(3) Every drug cabinet or storeroom shall be kept locked and the keys shall be under the control of a registered nurse who 
is on duty or a registered practical nurse on duty or the administrator in the absence of a registered nurse and registered 
practical nurse. 

(5) Subsection 19 (4) of the Regulation is amended by striking out "physician or a pharmacist" at the end and 
substituting "physician, pharmacist or registered nurse". 

(6) Subsection 19 (7) of the Regulation is amended by striking out "physician, or" and substituting "physician, 
registered nurse in the extended class or". 

(7) Subsection 19 (8) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

(8) A prescription drug shall be administered to a resident only by a physician, a member of the Royal College of Dental 
Surgeons of Ontario, a registered nurse or a registered practical nurse. 

6. Clause 20.1 (2) (a) of the Regulation is amended by adding "or a registered nurse in the extended class attending 
the resident" after "resident's physician". 

7. (1) Clause 49 (2) (a) of the Regulation is amended by adding "or registered nurse in the extended class" after "a 
physician". 

(2) Clause 49 (3) (a) of the Regulation is amended by adding "or registered nurse in the extended class" after "a 
physician". 

8. Subsection 58 (1) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

(1) An approved corporation maintaining and operating an approved charitable home for the aged shall ensure that each 
resident's plan of care is reviewed at least quarterly by at least the following members of the interdisciplinary team providing 
the resident's care: 

1 . The physician providing the resident's care. 

2. The registered nurse in the extended class, if any, providing the resident's care. , 

3. The nursing staff providing the resident's care. 

4. The food services supervisor or dietitian responsible for the resident's meals. 
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ONTARIO REGULATION 64/03 

made under the 
PUBLIC HOSPITALS ACT 

Made: February 12,2003 

Approved: March 5, 2003 

Filed: March 7, 2003 

Amending Reg. 965 of R.R.O. 1990 ■ 
(Hospital Management) 

Note: Regulation 965 has previously been amended. Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in 
 The Ontario Gazette dated January 1 8, 2003. 

1. (1) Subsection 1 (1) of Regulation 965 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is amended by adding the 
following definition: 

"chief nursing executive" means the senior nurse employed by the hospital who reports directly to the administrator and is 
responsible for nursing services provided in the hospital; 

(2) The definition of "extended class nursing staff' in subsection 1 (1) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

"extended class nursing staff means those registered nurses in the extended class in a hospital, 

(a) who are employed by the hospital and are authorized to diagnose, prescribe for or treat out-patients in the hospital, and 

(b) who are not employed by the hospital and to whom the board has granted privileges to diagnose, prescribe for or treat 
out-patients in the hospital; 

2. (1) Subsection 2 (3) of the Regulation is amended by striking out "and" at the end of clause (d) and by adding 
the following clause: 

(d.l) in the case of a hospital whose by-laws provide for a nursing advisory committee, appoint the chief nursing executive 
as chair of the nursing advisory committee; and 

(2) Clause 2 (3) (e) of the Regulation is amended by striking out "medical staff, staff nurses" in the portion before 
subclause (i) and substituting "medical staff, chief nursing executive, staff nurses". 

3. (1) Clause 4 (1) (a) of the Regulation is amended by striking out "and" at the end of subclause (vi) and by adding 
the following subclauses: 

(viii) procedures for the appointment by the administrator of a nurse as the chief nursing executive of the hospital, and 

(ix) the functions and responsibilities of the chief nursing executive; 

(2) Subsection 4 (1) of the Regulation is amended by adding the following clause: 

(b.l) in the case of a hospital whose by-laws provide for a nursing advisory committee, provide for the election or 
appointment of members of the nursing advisory committee and for the duties of the committee; 

(3) Subclause 4 (1) (f) (i) of the Regulation is amended by striking out "the participation of nurses who are 
managers and staff nurses" at the beginning and substituting "the participation of the chief nursing executive, nurses 
who are managers and staff nurses". 

(4) Subclause 4 (1) (f) (ii) of the Regulation is amended by striking out "the participation at the committee level of 
staff nurses" at the beginning and substituting "the participation at the committee level of the chief nursing executive 
and of staff nurses". 

4. Clause 5 (1) (d) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

1 (d) the chief nursing executive or another person representing nurses who are managers; 

5. (1) Subclauses 7 (2) (a) (v) and (vi) of the Regulation are revoked and the following substituted: 

(v) the quality of care provided in the hospital by the medical staff, dental staff, midwifery staff and by the extended 
class nursing staff, and 

(2) Clause 7 (2) (b) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

(b) supervise the practice of medicine, dentistry, midwifery and extended class nursing in the hospital; 

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(3) Section 7 of the Regulation is amended by adding the following subsection: 

(2.1) Despite subclauses (2) (a) (i), (ii) and (iv), the duties of the medical advisory committee described in those 
subclauses that relate to the extended class nursing staff of a hospital shall only be performed with respect to those members 
of the extended class nursing staff who are not employees of the hospital and to whom the board has granted privileges to 
diagnose, prescribe for or treat out-patients in the hospital. 

6. The Regulation is amended by adding the following section: 

Nursing Advisory Committee 
7.1 (1) If a hospital's by-laws provide for a nursing advisory committee, the committee shall be comprised of, 

(a) thechief nursing executive; and 

(b) such other members of the nursing staff as are elected or appointed in accordance with the hospital's by-laws. 

(2) In subsection (1), 

"nursing staff' means, with respect to a hospital, all nurses employed or otherwise engaged by the hospital to provide 
services in the hospital and all members of the hospital's extended class nursing staff, and includes nurses who are 
managers and the chief nursing executive for the hospital. 

(3) The nursing advisory committee shall carry out such duties as may be established by by-law. 

7. (1) Clause 11 (3) (a) of the Regulation is amended by striking out "medical or midwifery stafT' at the end and 
substituting "medical staff, midwifery staffer extended class nursing staff'. 

(2) Clause 1 1 (3) (c) of the Regulation is revoked. 

8. Subsection 18 (3) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

(3) Where an administrator believes that a person who is a member of the medical, dental, midwifery or extended class 
nursing staff is unable to perform the person's professional duties with respect to a patient in the hospital, the administrator 
shall notify, 

(a) the chief of staff or the chair of the medical advisory committee; 

(b) in the case of a member of the medical staff, the president or the secretary of the medical staff; and 

(c) in the case of a member of the extended class nursing staff, the chief nursing executive. 

9. (1) Clause 19 (5) (a) of the Regulation is amended by striking out "dentists and midwives'' and substituting 
"dentists, midwives and registered nurses in the extended class". 

(2) Clause 19 (5) (c) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

(c) records of all examinations carried out on the out-patient in the hospital by members of the medical, dental, midwifery 
and extended class nursing staff; 

(3) Clause 19 (5) (h) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

(h) records of all treatment carried out on the out-patient in the hospital by members of the medical, dental, midwifery and 
extended class nursing staff; 

10. Subsections 24 (I) and (2) of the Regulation are revoked and the following substituted: 

(1) Every order for treatment or for a diagnostic procedure of a patient shall, except as provided in subsection (2), be in 
writing and shall be dated and authenticated by the physician, dentist, midwife or registered nurse in the extended class 
giving the order. 

(2) A physician, dentist, midwife or registered nurse in the extended class may dictate an order for treatment or for a 
diagnostic procedure by telephone to a person designated by the administrator to take such orders. 

Tony Clement 
Minister ofHealtti and Long-Term Care 



Dated on February 12, 2003. 
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Publications under the Regulations Act 
Publications en vertu de la Loi sur les règlements 

2003—03—29 

ONTARIO REGULATION 65/03 

made under the 
EDUCATION ACT 

Made: March 5, 2003 
Filed: March 10,2003 

AmendingO. Reg. 471/98 
(School Attendance Rights — Non-Resident Property Owners) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 47 1 /98 has not previously been amended. 

1. Section 1 of Ontario Regulation 471/98 is revoi<ed and the following substituted: 

1. For the purposes of this Regulation, the assessment limit of a board for a fiscal year of the board in which a person 
seeks to exercise a right described in section 43.1 of the Act to attend a school of the board is the amount calculated using the 
formula. 



A/B 
where, 
"A" is the sum of, 

(a) the assessment of residential property taxable for the board's purposes, according to the last returned assessment 
roll, and 

(b) the board's share of assessment of business property, according to the last returned assessment roll, for each 
municipality and for territory without municipal organization as determined by applying, where applicable, the 
enrolment proportions in each common jurisdictional area as calculated by the Minister under subsection 257.8 
(3) of the Act, and 

"B" is the day school average daily enrolment for the board, as calculated for the purposes of making grants for educational 
purposes to the board under section 234 of the Act for that fiscal year. 

2. Section 2 of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

2. This Regulation does not apply with respect to residential property that is assessed under the multi-residential property 
class or the new multi-residential property class. 

3. Section 7 of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

7. Nothing in this Regulation shall be interpreted to give a person a right to attend a school during a period of time when 
the person is subject to a full expulsion under section 309 of the Act. 

RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 65/03 

pris en application de la 

LOI SUR L'ÉDUCATION 

pris le 5 mars 2003 
déposé le 10 mars 2003 

modifiant le Règl. de l'Ont. 471/98 
(Droit de fi-équentation scolaire — propriétaires de biens non résidents) 

Remarque : Le Règlement de l'Ontario 471/98 n'a pas été modifié antérieurement. 

1. L'article 1 du Règlement de l'Ontario 471/98 est abrogé et remplacé par ce qui suit : 

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1. Pour l'application du présent règlement, le plafond d'évaluation d'un conseil pour un exercice au cours duquel une 
personne cherche à exercer le droit, prévu à l'article 43.1 de la Loi, de fréquenter une école qui relève du conseil est calculé 
selon la formule suivante : 

A/B 

où : 

«A» est la somme des montants suivants : 

a) l'évaluation des biens résidentiels imposables aux fins du conseil selon le rôle d'évaluation déposé le plus 
récemment; 

b) la part, qui revient au conseil, de l'évaluation des biens d'entreprise selon le rôle d'évaluation déposé le plus 
récemment pour chaque municipalité et chaque territoire non érigé en municipalité, telle qu'elle est calculée en 
appliquant, le cas échéant, les proportions d'effectif de chaque territoire commun de compétence, que le ministre 
calcule en application du paragraphe 257.8 (3) de la Loi; 

«B» est l'effectif quotidien moyen de jour du conseil, calculé aux fins des subventions à des fins éducatives qui lui sont 
octroyées pour l'exercice en vertu de l'article 234 de la Loi. 

2. L'article 2 du Règlement est abrogé et remplacé par ce qui suit : 

2. Le présent règlement ne s'applique pas à l'égard des biens résidentiels qui sont évalués à titre de biens de la catégorie 
des immeubles à logements multiples ou de celle des nouveaux immeubles à logements multiples. 

3. L'article 7 du Règlement est abrogé et remplacé par ce qui suit : 

7. Le présent règlement n'a pas pour effet de donner le droit de fréquenter une école à quiconque fait l'objet d'un renvoi 
complet en application de l'article 309 de la Loi. 

13/03 

ONTARIO REGULATION 66/03 

made under the 
EDUCATION ACT 

Made: March 5, 2003 
Filed: March 10,2003 

Amending O. Reg. 20/98 
(Education Development Charges - General) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 20/98 has previously been amended. Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations 
published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

I. Subparagraph 10 iii of section 7 of Ontario Regulation 20/98 is amended by striking out "city, town, village or 
township" at the end and substituting "municipality". 

RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 66/03 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR L'ÉDUCATION 

pris le 5 mars 2003 
déposé le 10 mars 2003 

modifiant le Règl. de l'Ont. 20/98 
(Redevances d'aménagement scolaires — dispositions générales) 

Remarque : Le Règlement de l'Ontario 20/98 a été modifié antérieurement. Ces modifications sont indiquées dans la Table 
des règlements publiée dans la Gazette de l'Ontario du 18 janvier 2003. 

1. La sous-disposition 10 iii de l'article 7 du Règlement de l'Ontario 20/98 est modifiée par substitution de «une 
municipalité» à «une cité, une ville, un village ou un canton» à la fin de la sous-disposition. 

13/03 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 67/03 

made under the 
EDUCATION ACT 

Made: March 5, 2003 
Filed: March 10,2003 

Amending O. Reg. 157/02 
(Calculation of Average Daily Enrolment for the 2002-2003 School Board Fiscal Year) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 157/02 has not previously been amended. 

1. Paragraph 2 of subsection 3 (2) of Ontario Regulation 157/02 is amended by striking out '■''Immigration Act 
(Canada)" and substituting '^Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (Canada)". 

RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 67/03 

pris en application de la 

LOI SUR L'ÉDUCATION 

pris le 5 mars 2003 
déposé le 10 mars 2003 

modifiant le Règl. de l'Ont. 157/02 
(Calcul de l'effectif quotidien moyen pour l'exercice 2002-2003 des conseils scolaires) 

Remarque : Le Règlement de l'Ontario 157/02 n'a pas été modifié antérieurement. 

I. La disposition 2 du paragraphe 3 (2) du Règlement de l'Ontario 157/02 est modifiée par substitution de «Loi sur 
l'immigration et la protection des réfugiés (Canada)» à «Loi sur l'immigration (Canada)». 

13/03 

ONTARIO REGULATION 68/03 

made under the 

PRIVATE CAREER COLLEGES ACT 

Made: March 5, 2003 
Filed: March 10, 2003 

Amending Reg. 939 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Regulation 939 has previously been amended. Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in 
The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

1. Regulation 939 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is amended by, 

(a) striking out "private vocational school" wherever it appears and substituting in each case "private career 
college"; 

(b) striking out '^Private Vocational Schools Act" wherever it appears and substituting in each case '^Private Career 
Colleges Act"; and 

(c) striking out "school" wherever it appears and substituting in each case "career college". 

2. Subsection 4 (7) of the Regulation is revoked. 

3. Subsections 9 (9) and (10) of the Regulation are revoked. 

4. Section 26 of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

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26. Each occupation included in tiie document entitled "National Occupational Classification, 2001 - Occupational 
Descriptions" published by Human Resources Development Canada is prescribed as a vocation for the purposes of the 
definition of "vocation" in section 1 of the Act. 

13/03 

ONTARIO REGULATION 69/03 

made under the 

NORTHERN SERVICES BOARDS ACT 

Made: March 10, 2003 

Filed: March 11,2003 , 

Amending Reg. 737 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Local Services Boards) 

Note: Regulation 737 has previously been amended. Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in 
The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

1. Regulation 737 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is amended by adding the following section: 

NOLALU 
39. (1) A local services board is established under the name "The Local Services Board of Nolalu". 

(2) The boundaries of the Board area are those described in the Schedule. 

(3) The Board shall be composed of five members. 

(4) The Board may exercise the powers set out in paragraphs 2 and 6 of the Schedule to the Act. 

(5) The election of the members of the Board shall be held no later than April 30, 2003 and the first members shall hold 
office until no later than September 30, 2003 if a new Board is elected by that date or until the Board is elected if a new 
Board has not been elected by that date. 

(6) The Northern Development Officer for Atikokan is appointed to conduct and supervise the election of the first 
members and he or she may do anything that is reasonably required for that purpose. 

SCHEDULE 

All that parcel or tract of land in the Territorial Division of Thunder Bay described as follows: 

All of the Geographic Township of Marks. 

All of the Geographic Township of Lybster. 

All of the Geographic Township of Strange, except Divide Ridge Provincial Nature Reserve. 

All of the Geographic Township of Hardwick, except Castle Creek Provincial Nature Reserve and except the following 
properties described by their Crown Location reference numbers: 

CL 3662 

CL 4548 

CL 5602 

CL 6072 

CL 9780 

FDl 

FD2 

FD3 

FD4 

FD5 

HM247 

HM248 

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PJ 15 

PJ 16 

PJ20 

PJ21 

PJ22 

PJ23 

PJ31 

PJ44 

PJ52 

PJ64 

PJ65 

PJ66 

PJ116 

PJ 126 

PP752 

RK743 

RK776 

RK777 

RK795 

RK796 

RK819 

RK828 

RK829 

SF 16 

SF18 

TW21 

TW22 

TW23 

TW255 

WG24 

WG25 

WG26 

WG115 

WG116 

WG117 



Jim Wilson 
Minister of Northern Development and Mines 



Dated on March 10,2003. 
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ONTARIO REGULATION 70/03 

made under the 

NORTHERN SERVICES BOARDS ACT 

Made: March 10, 2003 i 

Filed: March 11,2003 ^ 

Amending Reg. 737 of R.R.O. 1990 , 

(Local Services Boards) I 

Note: Since the end of 2002, Regulation 737 has been amended by Ontario Regulation 69/03. Previous amendments are 
listed in the Table of Regulations published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. j 

1. (1) Subsection 25 (2) of Regulation 737 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

(2) The boundaries of the Board area are those described in the Schedule. * 

(2) Section 25 of the Regulation is amended by adding the following Schedule: 

SCHEDULE 

All that parcel or tract of land in the geographic Townships of Gorham, Jacques, Fowler and Ware, in the Territorial 
District of Thunder Bay and Province of Ontario, described as follows: j 

Beginning at the southeasterly comer of Lot 12, Concession 8 in the geographic Township of Gorham; 

Thence northerly along the easterly limit of the said Lot 12, Concession 8, to the northeasterly comer thereof; 

Thence easterly along the boundary between the geographic Township of Jacques and Gorham, to the southeasterly 
comer of Lot 4, Concession 1, in the said Township of Jacques; 

Thence northerly along the easterly boundary of Lot 4 in Concessions 1 and 2, to the northeasterly comer of Lot 4, 
Concession 2; 

Thence westerly along the northerly limit of Lots 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 1 1, Concession 2, to the southeasterly comer of , 
Lot 12, Concession 3, in the said Township of Jacques; I 

Thence northerly along the easterly limit of Lot 12, Concession 3, and the extension of the said easterly limit across One 
Island Lake, to a point on the said easterly limit being at the intersection of said easterly limit with the southwesterly 
water's edge of Two Island Lake; 

Thence in a northwesterly direction along the water's edge of Two Island Lake to its intersection with the northerly limit 
of Lot 12, Concession 3; 

Thence westerly along the southerly limit of Lot 12, Concession 4, to the southwesterly comer of Lot 12, Concession 4; 

Thence northerly along the boundary between the geographic Townships of Jacques and Fowler to the northeasterly 
comer of Lot 1, Concession 5, in the said geographic Township of Fowler; 

Thence westerly along the northerly limit of Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, Concession 5, to the northwesterly comer of Lot 4, 
Concession 5, in the said geographic Township of Fowler; 

Thence southerly along the westerly limit of Lot 4, Concession 5, to the southwesterly comer of Lot 4, Concession 5, at 
the water's edge of Hawk Lake; 

Thence in a southwesterly direction along the water's edge of Hawk Lake, being also the south and southeasterly limit of 
Lots 5 and 6, Concession 5, to intersection of said water's edge with the line between Concessions 4 and 5; 

Thence westerly along the northerly limit of Lots 6, 7 and 8, Concession 4, to the northwesterly comer of Lot 8, 
Concession 4; 

Thence southerly along the westerly limit of Lot 8, Concession 4, to a point being at the intersection of the said westerly 
limit with the northerly water's edge of Hawk Lake; 

Thence in a southwesterly direction along the northerly water's edge of Hawk Lake to a point on the westerly limit of Lot 
9, Concession 4, being at the intersection of the said westerly limit with the said northerly water's edge; 

Thence southerly along the westerly limit of Lot 9, Concession 4, and the extension of the said westerly limit across 
Hawk Lake to the southwesterly comer of Lot 9, Concession 4; 



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Thence southerly along the easterly limit of Lot 10, Concessions 1, 2 and 3, to the southeasterly comer of Lot 10, 
Concession 1 , in the said geographic Township of Fowler; 

Thence easterly along the boundary between the Townships of Fowler and Ware to the northwesterly comer of Lot 3, 
Concession 8, in the geographic Township of Ware; 

Thence southerly along the westerly limit of Lot 3, Concessions 8, 7 and 6, to the northeasterly comer of Lot 4, 
Concession 5; 

Thence westerly along the northerly limit of Lots 4, 5 and 6, Concession 5, to the northwesterly comer of Lot 6, 
Concession 5; 

Thence southerly along the westerly limit of the said Lot 6 to the line between the north and south halves of Lot 7, 
Concession 5; 

Thence westerly along the line between the north and south halves of said Lot 7, to the westerly limit of the said lot; 

Thence southerly along the westerly limit of Lot 7, Concessions 5 and 4, to the northerly limit of Mining Location 210T; 

Thence easterly along the said northerly limit to the northeasterly comer of the said Mining Location; 

Thence southerly along the easterly limit of Mining Locations 210T and 214T to the southeasterly comer of Mining 
Location 2 14T; 

Thence westerly along the southerly limit of said Mining Location 214T to the northwesterly comer of Lot 7, Concession 

3; 

Thence southerly along the westerly limit of Lot 7, Concessions 3 and 2, to the line between the north and south halves of 
Lot 7, Concession 2; 

Thence easterly along the line between the north and south halves of said Lot 7 to the westerly limit of Lot 6, Concession 

2; 

Thence southerly along the westerly limit of the said Lot 6, Concession 2, to the southwesterly comer thereof; 

Thence easterly along the southerly limit of the said Lot 6, Concession 2, to the northwesterly comer of Lot 5, Concession 
1; 

Thence southerly along the westerly limit of the said Lot 5, Concession I, to the line between the north and south halves 
of Lot 5, Concession I ; 

Thence easterly along the line between the north and south halves of Lots 5 and 4, Concession I, to the westerly limit of 
Lot 3, Concession 1; 

Thence southerly along the westerly limit of said Lot 3, Concession 1, to the southerly boundary of the geographic 
Township of Ware; 

Thence easterly along the southerly boundary of the geographic Townships of Ware and Gorham to the southeasterly 
comer of Lot 9, Concession 1, in the said Township of Gorham; 

Thence northerly along the easterly limit of Lot 9, Concession 1, to the northeasterly comer thereof; 

Thence in a straight line northerly, across Mining Locations AL 43 and R 463, to the southeast comer of Lot 9, 
Concession 2; 

Thence northerly along the easterly limit of Lot 9, Concessions 2, 3 and 4, to the line between the north and south halves 
of Lot 9, Concession 4; 

Thence westerly along the line between the north and south halves of said Lot 9 to the easterly limit of Lot 10, 
Concession 4; 

Thence northerly along the easterly limit of Lot 10, Concessions 4, 5, 6 and 7, to the line between the north and south 
halves of Lot 10, Concession 7; 

Thence westerly along the line between the north and south halves of said Lot 10 to the easterly limit of Lot 11, 
Concession 7; 

Thence northerly along the easterly limit of said' Lot 1 1, Concession 7, to the northeasterly comer thereof; 



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Thence westerly along the northerly limit of said Lot 1 1, Concession 7, to the place of beginning. 

Jim Wilson 
Minister of Northern Development and Mines 

Dated on March 10,2003. 
13/03 

ONTARIO REGULATION 71/03 

made under the 

EDUCATION ACT 

Made: February 12,2003 

Approved: March 5, 2003 

Filed: March 12,2003 

Amending Reg. 285 of R.R.O. 1 990 
(Continuing Education) 

Note: Regulation 285 has previously been amended. Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in 
The Ontario Gazette dated January 18. 2003. 

1. Paragraph 3 of subsection 1 (1) of Regulation 285 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is amended by 
striking out "'Immigration Act (Canada)" and substituting "^Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (Canada)". 

Elizabeth Witmer 
Minister of Education 



Dated on February 12, 2003. 

RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 71/03 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR L'ÉDUCATION 

pris le 12 février 2003 
approuvé le 5 mars 2003 
déposé le 12 mars 2003 

modifiant le Régi. 285 des R.R.O. de 1990 
(Education permanente) 

Remarque : Le Règlement 285 a été modifié antérieurement. Ces modifications sont indiquées dans la Table des règlements 
publiée dans la Gazette de l'Ontario du 18 janvier 2003. 

1. La disposition 3 du paragraphe 1 (1) du Règlement 285 des Règlements refondus de l'Ontario de 1990 est 
modifiée par substitution de «Loi sur l'immigration et la protection des réfugiés (Canada)» à «Loi sur l'immigration 
(Canada)». 

Elizabeth, Witmer 
Ministre de l 'Éducation 



Fait le 12 février 2003. 
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ONTARIO REGULATION 72/03 

made under the 

WORKPLACE SAFETY AND INSURANCE ACT, 1997 

Made: February 10,2003 

Approved: March 5, 2003 

Filed: March 13,2003 

Amending O. Reg. 562/99 
(Benefit for Loss of Retirement Income) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 562/99 has not previously been amended. 

1. Section 6 of Ontario Regulation 562/99 is amended by adding the following subsections: 

(6.1) If no person is entitled to receive the pre-retirement death benefit under subsection (4), (5) or (6), it shall be paid to 
the worker's designated beneficiary, and, if the worker has not designated a beneficiary, to his or her estate. 

(6.2) Subsection (6.1) is effective as of January 1, 1998. 
Commencement 

2. This Regulation comes into force on the day subsection 5 (8) of Schedule J to the Government Efficiency Act, 2002 
comes into force. 

Workplace Safety and Insurance Board: 



Ron S. Hikel 
Chair 

Linda Angove 
Secretary 



Dated on February 10, 2003. 
13/03 

ONTARIO REGULATION 73/03 

made under the 

MUNICIPAL ACT, 2001 

Made: March 6, 2003 
Filed: March 13,2003 



TAX MATTERS — SPECIAL TAX RATES AND LIMITS, 2003 AND LATER YEARS 

PARTI 
INTERPRETATION 

Definitions 

1. (1) In this Regulation, 

"former municipality" means a municipality as it existed on the day before a municipal restructuring took effect under the 
Act or the Old Act; 

"merged area" means, in respect of a restructured municipality, a part of the restructured municipality that, before the 
restructuring, was. 



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(a) all or part of a former municipality, or 

(b) unorganized territory; 

"previous year" means, in respect of a taxation year, the immediately preceding taxation year; 

"taxation year" means a calendar year; 

"uncapped taxes" means, in respect of a taxation year, the taxes for municipal and school purposes that would have been 
imposed for the year if Part IX of the Act had not applied. 

(2) The tax rate for a taxation year for school purposes is the tax rate prescribed for that year under section 257.12 of the 
Education Act. 

Application 

2. This Regulation applies for the 2003 and subsequent taxation years. 

PART II 
DETERMINATION OF TAX RATES IF SUBSECTION 31 1 (7) OR 312 (7) OF THE ACT APPLIES 

General tax rate if s. 31 1 (7) or 312 (7) of the Act applies 

3. (1) This section provides for the manner in which the tax rates on property in a property class are to be determined 
under subsections 3 1 1 (7) and 3 12 (7) of the Act if the conditions set out in those subsections are satisfied. 

(2) The tax rate for the general levy for the taxation year for the property class shall not exceed the sum of, 

(a) the maximum class rate for the year determined for the property class under section 8; and 

(b) the additional rate for the property class for the year that is determined under subsection (3) if, 

(i) the municipality has calculated the tax rate for the property class pursuant to a regulation made under subsection 
361 (11) of the Act, and 

(ii) the property class is one of the commercial classes or industrial classes. 

(3) The additional rate for a property class for a taxation year for the purposes of clause (2) (b) is determined in the 
following manner: 

1. Determine the lowest rate that would raise an amount sufficient to fund rebates made under section 361 of the Act in 
respect of property in, 

i. the commercial classes, if the property class is one of the commercial classes, or 

ii. the industrial classes, if the property class is one of the industrial classes. 

2. If the property class is one of the commercial classes, allocate to the property class the rate that will result in the rates 
on all the commercial classes being in the same proportion to one another as the tax ratios established under section 
308 of the Act for the commercial classes. 

3. If the property class is one of the industrial classes, allocate to the property class the rate that will result in the rates on 
all the industrial classes being in the same proportion to one another as the tax ratios established under section 308 of 
the Act for the industrial classes. 

(4) In this section, "commercial classes" and "industrial classes" have the meanings ascribed to those terms by subsection 
308 (I) of the Act. 

Municipal levy restriction thresholds 

4. The following tax ratios are prescribed for the purposes of subsections 3 1 1 (7) and 3 12 (7) of the Act: 

1 . 2.74 for the multi-residential property class. 

2. 1 .98 for the commercial classes. 

3. 2.63 for the industrial classes. 
Maximum tax ratios for 2003 

5. (I) If section 8 of Ontario Regulation 171/01 applied to a property class in a municipality that was not an upper-tier or 
lower-tier municipality in 2002, the tax ratio established by the municipality under section 308 of the Act for the property 
class for 2003 shall not exceed the tax ratio calculated in the following manner: 

1 . Identify the general levy tax rate for the residential property class, as determined by the municipality for 2002 under 
section 368 of the Old Act. 

2. Determine the increased residential tax rate by adding the tax rate identified in paragraph 1 and the rate for the special 
levy for the residential property class for 2002, as determined under section 8 of Ontario Regulation 1 7 I/O I. 

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3. Divide the 2002 genera! levy tax rate for the property class that is subject to subsection 7 (2) of Ontario Regulation 
171/01, as determined by the municipality for 2002 under section 368 of the Old Act, by the increased residential tax 
rate determined under paragraph 2. 

(2) If section 8 of Ontario Regulation 171/01 applied to a property class in an upper-tier municipality in 2002, the tax ratio 
established by the municipality under section 308 of the Act for the property class for 2003 shall not exceed the tax ratio 
determined under the following rules: 

1. Identify the general upper-tier levy tax rate for the residential property class, as determined by the municipality for 
2002 under section 366 of the Old Act. 

2. Identify the tax rate for the upper-tier special levy for the residential property class for 2002, as determined under 
section 8 of Ontario Regulation 171/01. 

3. Multiply the upper-tier special levy tax rate determined under paragraph 2 by the upper-tier weighting factor 
determined under subsection (3). 

4. Determine the increased tax rate for the residential property class by adding the tax rate identified in paragraph 1 and 
the product obtained under paragraph 3. 

5. Divide the general upper-tier levy tax rate for the property class that is subject to subsection 7 (2) of Ontario 
Regulation 171/01, as determined by the municipality for 2002 under section 366 of the Old Act, by the increased tax 
rate for the residential property class determined under paragraph 4. 

(3) The upper-tier weighting factor shall be determined in the following manner: 

1. Determine the sum of the general levies for all property classes levied for upper-tier purposes in 2002 under section 
366ofthe01dAct. 

2. Determine the sum of the general levies for all property classes levied for lower-tier purposes in 2002 under section 
368oftheOldAct. 

3. Add the amounts determined under paragraphs 1 and 2. 

4. Divide the amount determined under paragraph I by the sum obtained under paragraph 3. 

(4) For the purposes of paragraph 3 of subsection (1) and paragraph 5 of subsection (2), the general levy tax rate and 
general upper-tier levy tax rate for a property class that is subject to subsection 7 (2) of Ontario Regulation 171/01 excludes 
any additional rate for the property class referred to in clause 7 (2) (b) of that regulation. 

Special levy Tor tax increase 

6. (1) If, in 2003 or a subsequent taxation year, subsection 5 (I) or (2) or 7 (1) or (2) applies to a property class of the 
municipality, the municipality shall raise an amount by special levy equal to the amount by which its revenue was reduced by 
the application of that subsection to the property class. 

(2) The special levy shall be raised under subsection 311 (4) or 312 (4) of the Act, as applicable, on all property that is not 
in a property class to which subsection 5 (1) or (2) or 7 (I) or (2) applies for the year. 

Maximum tax ratios for 2004 and subsequent years 

7. (1) If section 6 applied in the previous year, the tax ratio established by the municipality under section 308 of the Act 
for the property class for a taxation year after 2003 shall not exceed the tax ratio calculated in the following manner: 

1. Identify the general levy tax rate for the residential property class, as determined by the municipality for the previous 
year under section 3 12 of the Act. 

2. Determine the increased residential tax rate by adding the tax rate identified in paragraph 1 and the rate for the special 
levy for the residential property class for the previous year, as determined under section 6. 

3. Divide the previous year's general levy tax rate for the property class that is subject to section 3, as determined by the 
municipality for the previous year under section 312 of the Act, by the increased residential tax rate determined under 
paragraph 2. 

(2) If section 6 applied in the previous year, the tax ratio established by the municipality under section 308 of the Act for 
the property class for a taxation year after 2003 shall not exceed the tax ratio calculated in the following manner: 

1. Identify the general upper-tier levy tax rate for the residential property class, as determined by the upper-tier 
municipality for the previous year under section 311 of the Act. 

2. Identify the upper-tier special levy tax rate for the special levy for the residential class for the previous year, as 
determined under subsection 5 (2) or this subsection, whichever applied in the previous year. 

3. Multiply the upper-tier special levy tax rate identified in paragraph 2 by the upper-tier weighting factor for the taxation 
year, as determined under subsection (3). 

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4. Determine the increased tax rate for the residential property class by adding the tax rate identified in paragraph 1 and 
the product obtained under paragraph 3. 

5. Divide the previous year's general upper-tier levy tax rate for the property class that is subject to section 3, as 
determined by the municipality for the previous year under section 311 of the Act, excluding any additional rate 
calculated under subsection 3 (2), by the increased tax rate for the residential property that is determined under 
paragraph 4. 

(3) The upper-tier weighting factor for a taxation year shall be determined in the following manner: 

1 . Determine the sum of the general levies for all property classes levied for upper-tier purposes for the year under 
section 3 1 1 of the Act. 

2. Determine the sum of the general levies for all property classes levied for lower-tier purposes for the year under 
section 3 1 2 of the Act. 

3. Add the amounts determined under paragraphs 1 and 2. 

4. Divide the amount determined under paragraph 1 by the sum obtained under paragraph 3. 

Maximum tax rates and revenue limit for 2003 if s. 3 (2) applies 

8. (I) If the tax rates for the general levy imposed for 2003 or a subsequent taxation year by a local municipality under 
section 312 of the Act or by an upper-tier municipality under section 3 1 1 of the Act would otherwise result in revenues that 
would exceed the revenue limit for the municipality for the year, as determined under subsection (2), the maximum property 
class tax rate for the year for a property class in the municipality to which subsection 3 (2) applies in the year shall be the rate 
determined as follows: 

1. Determine the total weighted assessment for the municipality by adding the weighted assessments for all of the 
property classes in the municipality, as determined under subsection 12 (4). 

2. For the general upper-tier levy or local municipal levy, determine the residential rate for the taxation year by dividing 
the revenue limit for the municipality, as determined under subsection (2) or (4), as the case may be, by the total 
weighted assessment for the municipality determined under paragraph 1 . i 

3. The maximum property class tax rate for the taxation year for a property class in the municipality to which subsection 
3 (2) applies is the product determined by multiplying the residential rate for the taxation year, determined under 
paragraph 2, by the tax ratio for the property class for the taxation year as determined under section 5 or 7, whichever 
applies for the year. 

4. For the purposes of paragraph 3, the maximum tax ratio for a property class for a taxation year is the tax ratio 
determined for the year under section 5 or 7 or, in the case of a local municipality that is a lower-tier municipality, the 
tax ratio adopted by the upper-tier municipality for the taxation year. 

(2) The revenue limit for an upper-tier or local municipality for 2003 shall be determined in the following manner: 

1 . Identify the general levy tax rate for each property class, as determined by the municipality for 2002 under section 366 
or368ofthe01dAct. 

2. Increase the tax rate determined under paragraph 1 by adding the special levy tax rate for the property class for 2002, if 
any, as determined under section 8 of Ontario Regulation 171/01. 

3. Determine the revenue for 2003 for each property class by multiplying the tax rate for the property class, as 
determined under paragraph 2, by the sum of the assessments for all properties in the property class. 

4. Determine the revenue limit for the municipality for 2003 by adding the revenue for 2003, as determined under 
paragraph 3, for all property classes in the municipality. 

(3) For the purposes of subsection (2), the assessment for a property in a property class is the assessment for the property 
for 2002, 

(a) less the amount, if any, equal to the same percentage of the assessment as the percentage reduction, if any, under 
section 368. 1 of the Old Act in the tax rate applicable to the property for 2002; and 

(b) after all adjustments to the assessment, if any, made under subsection 366 (2.1) or 368 (2:1) of the Old Act. 

(4) The revenue limit for an upper-tier or local municipality for a taxation year after 2003 shall be determined in the 
following manner: 

1 . Identify the general levy tax rate for each property class, as determined by the municipality for the previous year under 
section 311 or 3 12 of the Act. 

2. Increase the tax rate determined under paragraph 1 by adding the special levy tax rate for the property class for the 
previous year, if any, as determined under section 6. 



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3. Determine the revenue for the year for each property class by multiplying the tax rate for the property class, as 
determined under paragraph 2, by the sum of the assessments for all properties in the property class. 

4. Determine the revenue limit for the municipality for the year by adding the revenue for the year, as determined under 
paragraph 3, for all property classes in the municipality. 

(5) For the purposes of subsection (4), the assessment for a property in a property class is the assessment for the property 
for the previous taxation year, 

(a) less the amount, if any, equal to the same percentage of the assessment as the percentage reduction, if any, under 
section 3 1 3 of the Act in the tax rate applicable to the property for the year; and 

(b) after all adjustments to the assessment, if any, made under subsection 311 (3) or 3 12 (3) of the Act. 

PART III 
ADJUSTMENT TO TAXES — SUBSECTION 329 (1) OF THE ACT 

Application of Part 

9. This Part provides for the adjustments to be made under paragraph 3 of subsection 329 (I) of the Act for 2003 and 
subsequent taxation years in respect of changes in taxes for municipal purposes. 

Levy change adjustment 

10. (1) The amount determined under paragraph 2 of subsection 329 (1) of the Act for a taxation year in respect of a 
property shall be adjusted, 

(a) by increasing it by the amount determined for the year under subsection (2), if the amount determined under 
subsection (2) is positive; or 

(b) by decreasing it by the amount determined for the year under subsection (2), if the amount determined under 
subsection (2) is negative. 

(2) The amount referred to in clauses (1) (a) and (b) for a taxation year is determined by multiplying the amount 
determined under paragraph 2 of subsection 329 (1) of the Act for the taxation year by the adjustment fraction calculated 
under subsection (3) for that year. 

(3) The adjustment fraction for a taxation year shall be calculated using the formula, 

A-B 



B 

in which, 

"A" is the actual tax rate for the property for the taxation year, as described in section 1 1 , and 
"B" is the notional tax rate to raise the previous year's levies for the property, as determined under section 12. 

Actual tax rate for a taxation year 

11. (1) For the purposes of subsection 10 (3), the actual tax rate for a property for a taxation year means the sum of each 
tax rate for the taxation year for municipal or school purposes applicable to property in the property class and local 
municipality the property is in. 

(2) Despite subsection (1), a special local municipality levy or special upper-tier levy for a taxation year applicable to 
property in a property class shall be included as a tax rate in the calculation of the actual tax rate only if the levy applies to at 
least 50 per cent of the sum of the assessments of all properties in that property class. 

Notional tax rate to raise the previous year's levies 

12. (1) For the purposes of subsection 10 (3), the notional tax rate to raise the previous year's levies for a property means, 
in respect of a taxation year, the rate determined under the following rules for the property class and municipality the 
property is in: 

1. For every general or special municipal levy for the previous year that applied to property in the municipality, 
determine the previous year's levy amount under subsection (2). 

2. Despite paragraph 1 , only general or special levies that applied in the previous year to at least 50 per cent of the sum of 
the assessments for the taxation year for property in the property class in the municipality are included for the purposes 
of this subsection. 

3. Determine the total weighted assessment for the municipality by adding the weighted assessment for the taxation year, 
as determined under subsection (4), for each property class to which the levy applied. 

4. For each levy, determine the residential rate for the previous year by dividing the previous year's levy amount, referred 
to in paragraph 1, by the total weighted assessment determined under paragraph 2. 

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5. For each levy, determine a class rate for each property class for the taxation year by multiplying the residential rate for 
the previous year, as determined under paragraph 4, by the tax ratio for the property class for the taxation year. 

6. For each property class, the notional tax rate to raise the previous year's levies is the sum of the class rates for the 
previous year, as determined under paragraph 5, for the property class and the tax rate for the taxation year for school 
purposes. 

(2) For the purposes of paragraph 1 of subsection (I), the previous year's levy amount shall be determined in the following 
manner: 

1 . Apply the tax rate for the previous year for each property class to the total assessment for property in the property class 
to which the levy applied, as determined under subsection (3). 

2. The previous year's levy amount is the sum of the amounts determined under paragraph 1 for the property classes. 

(3) For the purposes of paragraph I of subsection (2), the total assessment for property in a property class is determined by 
taking the sum of the assessments for the previous year for each property in the property class and adjusting the sum for the 
changes in assessment that would produce the changes in taxes referred to in, 

(a) paragraphs 2 and 3 of subsection 3 1 8 (6) of the Act, if the property class is not subject to Part IX of the Act; or 

(b) paragraphs 2, 3, 5 and 6 of subsection 329 (2) of the Act, if the property class is subject to Part IX of the Act. 

(4) For the purposes of paragraph 2 of subsection ( 1 ), the weighted assessment for a taxation year for each property class 
to which the levy applies is calculated using the fonnula, 

CxD 

in which, 

"C" is the sum of the assessments for the taxation year for properties in the property class to which the levy applies, 

"D" is the tax ratio for the property class for the taxation year. 

(5) For the purposes of subsection (4), the assessment for a taxation year for a property in a property class shall be reduced 
by the same percentage of the assessment as the percentage reduction, if any, under section 3 1 3 of the Act in the tax rate 
applicable to the property for the taxation year. 

Merged area deemed to be local municipality 

13. If a municipal restructuring has occurred and tax rates for municipal purposes have been adopted for the taxation year 
pertaining exclusively to a merged area, the merged area shall be deemed to be a local municipality for the purposes of 
sections 10, 1 1 and 12 in respect of levies that apply only in the merged area. 

Graduated tax rates 

14. For the purposes of this Part, the tax rate for a property with respect to which a by-law under section 314 of the Act 
applies is the tax rate that would have applied if section 314 of the Act had not applied. 

Previously unorganized territory 

15. The following applies for the taxation year in which unorganized territory becomes part of a municipality and for the 
following two taxation years: 

1. No account shall be taken of any adjustment made under paragraph 3 of subsection 447.68 (1) of the Old Act for 2002 
and no adjustment shall be made under paragraph 3 of subsection 329 (1) of the Act in respect of changes in taxes for 
municipal purposes. 

2. The property shall be deemed not to be part of the municipality for the purposes of this Part. 

PART IV 
PRESCRIBED ADJUSTMENTS UNDER SECTION 330 OF THE ACT 

No adjustment for changes in taxes for school purposes 

16. No adjustment shall be made for the purposes of the following provisions of the Act in respect of changes in taxes for 
school purposes: 

1. Subsection 330 (2). 

2. Paragraph 2 of subsection 330 (4). 

3. Paragraphs 2 and 6 of subsection 330 (8). 
Adjustment for 2003 and subsequent years, various provisions 

17. (1) This section applies for 2003 and subsequent taxation years for the purposes of subsection 330 (2), paragraph 2 of 
subsection 330 (4) and paragraph 2 of subsection 330 (8) of the Act. 

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(2) The amount of the adjustment to the taxes for a taxation year in respect of changes in taxes for municipal purposes 
shall be determined using the formula: 

Ex-' 



F+1 
in which, 

"E" is the amount of uncapped taxes for the taxation year, and 

"F" is the adjustment fraction for the taxation year determined under subsection 10 (3). 
Adjustment, para. 6 of s. 330 (8) of the Act 

18. (1) This section applies for 2003 and subsequent taxation years for the purposes of paragraph 6 of subsection 330 (8) 
of the Act. 

(2) The amount determined under paragraph 5 of subsection 330 (8) of the Act in respect of the taxation year shall be 
adjusted, 

(a) by increasing it by the amount determined under subsection (3), if the amount determined under subsection (3) is 
positive; or 

(b) by decreasing it by the amount determined under subsection (3), if the amount determined under subsection (3) is 
negative. 

(3) The amount referred to in clauses (2) (a) and (b) is the amount determined by multiplying the amount determined 
under paragraph 5 of subsection 330 (8) of the Act by the taxation year adjustment fraction determined under subsection 10 
(3). 

Taxes not to t>e lower than uncapped taxes 

19. Despite subsection 330 (8) of the Act, if the taxes for municipal and school purposes for a taxation year, as determined 
under that subsection, are less than the uncapped taxes for the year, the taxes for municipal and school purposes for the year 
shall be equal to the uncapped taxes for the year. 

Previously unorganized territory 

20. The following applies for the taxation year in which unorganized territory becomes part of a municipality and for the 
following two taxation years: 

1. No adjustment shall be made under any of the provisions of the Act listed in section 16 for the taxation year in which 
the unorganized territory becomes part of the municipality or for the following two taxation years. 

2. Section 19 does not apply. 

3. The property shall be deemed not to be part of the municipality for the purposes of this Part. 

PARTY 
MISCELLANEOUS 

Special rule for assessments under ss. 33 and 34 or the Assessment Acl 

21. If an additional assessment is made under section 33 of the Assessment Act for a taxation year in relation to an 
improvement and, in relation to the same improvement, an additional assessment is made for the subsequent taxation year 
under section 34 of the Assessment Act, subsection 329 (7) of the Municipal Act, 2001 shall not apply with respect to the 
additional assessment for the subsequent taxation year. 

Special rule, eligible property under s. 331 of the Act 

22. (1) None of the following properties that becomes taxable for municipal and school purposes in 2003 or a subsequent 
year is eligible property for the purposes of section 33 1 of the Act in the year the property becomes taxable: 

1. Property of a municipal electricity utility as defined in section 88 of the Electricity Act, 1998. 

2. Property acquired under a fransfer order under subsection 34 (1) of the Social Housing Reform Act, 2000. 

3. Property of a non-profit housing corporation referred to in subsection 13 (1) of the Housing Development Act. 

(2) Property that would otherwise be eligible property only because of a change in classification from one class in the 
commercial classes to another class in the commercial classes or from one class in the indusfrial classes to another class in 
the indusfrial classes is not eligible property for the purposes of section 33 1 of the Act. 



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Certain payments in lieu of taxes deemed to be taxes 

23. Payments in lieu of taxes made under subsections 4 (3) and (4) of the Municipal Tax Assistance Act in respect of 
property described in paragraphs 1, 2 and 3 of subsection 22 (1) of this Regulation shall be deemed to be taxes for municipal 
and school purposes for the purposes of sections 329 and 330 of the Act. 

Janet Ecker 
Minister of Finance 

Dated on March 6, 2003. 
13/03 



ONTARIO REGULATION 74/03 

made under the 

EDUCATION ACT 

Made: March 6, 2003 
Filed: March 13,2003 

Amending O. Reg. 400/98 
(Tax Matters — Tax Rates for School Purposes) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 400/98 has previously been amended. Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations 
published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. J 

1. (1) Subsection 1 (1) of Ontario Regulation 400/98 is amended by striking out "subsection (2)" in the portion 
before paragraph 1 and substituting "subsections (2) and (3)". 

(2) Paragraph 2 of subsection 1 (1) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

2. 0.373 per cent per year for 2001 and 2002. 

3. 0.335 per cent per year for 2003. 

(3) Paragraph 2 of subsection 1 (2) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

2. 0.09325 per cent per year for 200 1 and 2002. 

(4) Section 1 of the Regulation is amended by adding the following subsection: 

(3) The tax rate for school purposes for 2003 for property in the farm property class and the managed forests property 
class, as prescribed under the Assessment Act, is 0.08375 per cent of the assessed value of the property. 

2. Section 2 of the Regulation is amended by adding the following subsection: 

(6) For 2003, the annual tax rate for school purposes for the purposes of section 257.7 of the Act for a municipality set out 
in Table 13 for the pipeline property class is the tax rate in the column entitled "Pipeline Property Class" in the Table set out 
opposite the name of the municipality. 

3. (1) Section 3 of the Regulation is amended by adding the following subsection: 

(2.7) The tax rates set out in Table 14 are prescribed as the tax rates for school purposes for the purposes of section 257.7 
of the Act for 2003 for the property classes prescribed under the Assessment Act in the territories set out in the Table. 

(2) Subsection 3 (3) of the Regulation is amended by striking out "(2.5) and (2.6)" in the portion before paragraph 1 
and substituting "(2.5), (2.6) and (2.7)". 

4. Section 9 of the Regulation is amended by adding the following subsection: 

(7) For 2003, the annual tax rates for school purposes for the purposes of section 257.7 of the Act for a municipality set 
out in Table 13 are the following rates for the following classes of property: 

1 . For the commercial classes, the annual tax rate is the rate in the column entitled "Commercial Property Class" in the 
Table set out opposite the name of the municipality. 



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2. For the industrial classes, the annual tax rate is the rate in the column entitled "Industrial Property Class" in the Table 
set out opposite the name of the municipality. 

5. The Regulation is amended by adding the following Tables: 

TABLE 13 

TAX RATES FOR BUSINESS PROPERTIES IN MUNICIPALITIES FOR 2003 



Municipality 


Tax Rate — Expressed as a Fraction of Assessed Value 


Commercial Property 
Class 


Industrial Property 
Class 


Pipe line 
Property Class 


Alberton, Township of 


0.01153885 


0.01082568 


0.05132495 


Armour. Township of 


0.01041853 


0.00409721 


0.00740306 


Armstrong, Township of 


0.01830750 


0.02079374 


0.01255019 


Assiginack. Township of 


0.01202920 


0.00814339 




Atikokan, Township of 


0.02906358 


0.02140385 


0.03027131 


Baldwin, Township of 


0.01328390 


0.00551717 


0.01220607 


Barrie Island, Township of 


0.00634010 


0.01444787 




Barrie, City of 


0.01822864 


0.02032655 


0.01328870 


Belleville, City of 


0.02312286 


0.03026372 


0.01576919 


Billings, Township of 


0.00966411 


0.0I42437I 




Black River-Matheson. Township of 


0.02589356 


0.01809375 


0.01040783 


Blind River, Town of 


0.02776623 


0.02637413 


0.01486282 


Bonfield, Township of 


0.01392781 


0.01514040 


0.00808828 


Brant, Count>' of 


0.02262608 


0.02953992 


0.02003558 


Brantford, City of 


0.02262835 


0.03156082 


0.01594348 


Brethour, Township of 






0.02979236 


Brockville, City of 


0.02376009 


0.03392761 


0.01658834 


Bruce Mines, Town of 


0.01372292 


0.01755636 


0.00744535 


Bruce, County of 


0.01586307 


0.02301182 


0.01194898 


Burk's Falls, Village of 


0.01389305 


0.01797216 


0.01218552 


Burpee and Mills. Township of 


0.00747740 






Callander, Municipality of 


0.01505980 


0.01851026 


0.01252394 


Calvin, Township of 


0.00773506 


0.01757069 


0.01156463 


Carling, Township of 


0.00726104 


0.01159340 




Casey, Township of 


0.00765824 


0.03171447 




Central Manitoulin, Township of 


0.00965790 


0.01129020 




Chamberlain. Township of 


0.00505600 


0.00398160 


0.01231043 


Chapleau. Township of 


0.01499596 


0.01190577 




Chappie, Township of 


0.00881947 


0.00872972 


0.05746142 


Charlton and Dack, Municipality of 


0.01593890 


0.01533673 


0.01201198 


Chatham-Kent, Municipality of 


0.02074322 


0.03089728 


0.0I78I2I2 


Chisholm, Township of 


0.0091 1156 


0.00510120 




Cobalt, Town of 


0.02426786 




0.01455246 


Cochrane Town of 


0.02128434 


0.01443275 


0.00977070 


Cockbum Island, Township of 


0.01720229 






Coleman, Township of 


0.01724394 


0.03762397 


0.01347851 


Conmee, Township of 


0.01902648 


0.01364082 




Cornwall, City of 


0.02482739 


0.03379317 


0.01804743 


Dawson, Township of 


0.02494781 


0.00771705 


0.03406351 


Dorion, Township of 


0.03334456 




0.03124249 


Dryden, City of 


0.01810094 


0.03246709 


0.01566018 


Dubreuilville, Township of 


0.02062824 


0.02981829 




Dufferin, County of 


0.01532871 


0.02489587 


0.01031315 



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O. Reg. 74/03 



Municipality 


Tax Rate — Expressed as a Fraction of Assessed Value 


Commercial Property 
Class 


Industrial Property 
Class 


Pipe line 
Property Class 


Durham, Region of 


0.01729741 


0.02483850 


0.01625565 


Dymond, Township of 


0.02502445 


0.00175438 


0.01049378 


Ear Falls, Township of 


0.02212025 


0.03332929 


0.02803488 


East Ferris, Township of 


0.01239053 


0.01604024 


0.02105809 


Elgin, County of 


0.01657160 


0.03398089 


0.01211651 


Elliot Lake, City of 


0.02759106 


0.02845531 


0.00955150 


Emo, Township of 


0.01585628 


0.02270413 


0.04516052 


Englehart, Town of 


0.01634070 


0.02351195 


0.02068808 


Espanola, Town of 


0.02 1075 1 2 


0.03863214 


0.01877409 


Essex, County of 


0.01674744 


0.02905078 


0.02005959 


Evanturel Township of 


0.01262165 


0.01001952 


0.01341535 


Fauquier-Strickland, Township of 


0.01577708 


0.00990071 


0.00840289 


Fort Frances, Town of 


0.02547896 


0.02258637 


0.02139994 


French River, Municipality of 


0.01723604 


0.02178357 




Frontenac, County of 


0.02224256 


0.02390303 




Gananoque, Separated Town of 


0.02255423 


0.03219802 


0.01385170 


Gauthier, Township of 


0.01087016 


0.00951580 




Gillies, Township of 


0.01251214 


0.00913380 




Gordon, Township of 


0.01279903 


0.00743526 




Gore Bay, Town of 


0.01506877 


0.01241651 




Greenstone, Municipality of 


0.01733819 


0.02462846 


0.00383279 


Grey, County of 


0.02041873 


0.02836812 


0.01621322 


Guelph, City of 


0.02084987 


0.02928298 


0.02221798 


Haileybury, Town of 


0.0I954I35 


0.02249337 


0.00964939 


Haldimand, County of 


0.02083936 


0.02862861 


0.01977094 


Haliburton, County of 


0.01566596 


0.0I565I95 




Halton, Region of 


0.01623239 


0.02314354 


0.01385005 


Hamilton, City of 


0.02534236 


0.02946139 


0.01455976 


Harley, Township of 


0.01592432 


0.02634583 




Harris, Township of 


0.01712300 


0.01219403 


0.01423560 


Hastings, County of 


0.01319398 


0.01715841 


0.01305967 


Hearst, Town of 


0.01175623 


0.01807157 


0.00893544 


Hilliard Township 






0.03426411 


Hilton Beach, Village of 


0.01395817 


0.01396500 




Hilton. Township of 


0.01172726 


0.00374522 




Homepayne, Township of 


0.01341474 


0.01813676 




Hudson, Township of 


0.01592586 


0.01232147 


0.00708534 


Huron Shores, Municipality of 


0.02085728 


0.01510515 


0.01390646 


Huron, County of 


0.01386027 


0.01500232 


0.00531790 


Ignace, Township of 


0.01790754 


0.01119204 


0.01244114 


Iroquois Falls, Town of 


0.02076276 


0.02849679 


0.00998227 


James, Township of 


0.03097699 


0.01833329 




Jocelyn, Township of 


0.01231726 


0.00918098 




Johnson, Township of 


0.01461700 




0.00835698 


Joly, Township of 


0.01200797 






Kapuskasing, Town of 


0.02277549 


0.03234936 


0.00967968 


Kawartha Lakes, City of 


0.01867929 


0.02767729 


0.02179841 


Kearney, Town of 


0.01019061 


0.00786527 




Kenora, City of 


0.01925686 


0.03166329 


0.01265274 


Kerns, Township of 


0.00831495 




0.01058387 



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Municipality 


Tax Rate — Expressed as a Fraction of Assessed Value 


Commercial Property 
Class 


Industrial Property 
Class 


Pipe line 
Property Class 


Kiliamey, Municipality of 


0.01091863 


0.01368593 




Kingston, City of 


0.02240816 


0.03463981 


0.01838916 


Kirkiand Lake, Town of 


0.02896253 


0.02528659 


0.01253883 


La Vallée, Township of 


0.01318947 


0.01736578 


0.06132087 


Laird, Township of 


0.01561603 


0.00900363 




Lake of The Woods, Township of 


0.0I41330I 






Lambton,County of 


0.02128445 


0.03154906 


0.01534570 


Lanark, County of 


0.01903940 


0.03104435 


0.02005905 


Larder Lake, Township of 


0.01672958 


0.01038640 




Latchford, Town of 


0.03024829 


0.02059063 


0.01206504 


Leeds & Grenville, County of 


0.01900382 


0.03424416 


0.01997740 


Lennox and Addington. County of 


0.02121051 


0.03341423 


0.01619593 


London. City of 


0.02696036 


0.03269197 


0.01934027 


Macdonald, Meredith & Aberdeen. 
Additional Township of 


0.01472700 


0.01228900 


0.01173645 


Machar, Township of 


0.01260343 


0.00538031 


0.00865434 


Machin. Township of 


0.01339071 


0.00841006 


0.01675003 


Magnetawan, Municipality of 


0.01080393 


0.00768496 




Manitouwadge, Township of 


0.02749526 


0.03221475 




Marathon. Town of 


0.02128508 


0.03857607 




Markstay-Warren, Municipality of 


0.01304219 


0.00940570 


0.03473800 


Matachewan. Township of 


0.02016734 


0.03044213 




Mattawa, Town of 


0.01575672 


0.02330314 


0.01279399 


Mattawan, Township of 


0.01579007 


0.00309800 


0.02516782 


Mattice-Val Cote, Township of 


0.02094019 


0.02862423 


0.00530096 


McDougall, Township of 


0.00793602 


0.02082371 




McGarry, Township of 


0.01394405 


0.00435627 




McKellar, Township of 


0.01028574 


0.01137582 




McMurrich/Monteith, Township of 


0.01351589 


0.00424642 


0.00131640 


Michipicoten, Township of 


0.02426623 


0.01872929 




Middlesex, County of 


0.01815313 


0.02541411 


0.01697323 


Moonbeam. Township of 


0.02573548 


0.01186581 


0.01303410 


Moosonee, Town of 


0.00821000 


0.01445000 




Morley, Township of 


0.01444504 


0.00483046 


0.06110487 


Muskoka, District of 


0.00982677 


0.01161686 


0.00578040 


Nairn and Hyman, Township of 


0.02379894 


0.02447045 


0.03906735 


Neebing, Municipality of 


0.00808399 




0.06059213 


New Liskeard, Town of 


0.03121392 


0.02799507 


0.01 166147 


Niagara, Region of 


0.01802873 


0.03169343 


0.01554359 


Nipigon, Township of 


0.02817029 


0.01700170 


0.01914946 


Nipissing, Township of 


0.01401899 


0.00280190 




Norfolk, County of 


0.02145729 


0.02792138 


0.01862939 


North Bay, City of 


0.02376693 


0.02343513 


0.01296604 


Northeastern Manitoulin & the 
Islands, Town of 


0.01211599 


0.01308534 




Northumberland, County of 


0.02149776 


0.03357449 


0.01694492 


O'Connor, Township of 


0.01381992 


0.01091202 




Oliver And Paipoonge, Township of 


0.02035864 


0.03040413 


0.0I869I0I 


Opasatika, Township of 


0.01185016 


0.01349479 


0.00654097 


Orillia, City of 


0.01983166 


0.02686408 


0.02367490 


Ottawa, City of 


0.02111924 


0.02434085 


0.01736676 



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Municipality 


Tax Rate — Expressed as a Fraction of Assessed Value 


Commercial Property 
Class 


Industrial Property 
Class 


Pipe line 
Property Class 


Owen Sound, City of 


0.02041873 


0.02836812 


0.01621322 


Oxford, County of 


0.02212018 


0.03168159 


0.01321408 


Papineau-Cameron, Township of 


0.01165489 


0.01953952 


0.00716370 


Parry Sound, Town of 


0.01040402 


0.00903652 


0.01520908 


Peel, Region of 


0.01825042 


0.02151155 


0.01641233 


Peiee, Township of 


0.01644546 


0.01004206 




Pembrolce, City of 


0.02203329 


0.03397579 


0.01220654 


Perry, Township of 


0.01166076 


0.01003592 


0.00843118 


Perth, County of 


0.01680424 


0.02435653 


0.01876613 


Peterborough, City of 


0.02328370 


0.03497002 


0.01454144 


Peterborough, County of 


0.01745204 


0.02563009 


0.01450144 


Picicle Laice, Township of 


0.00703838 


0.00099918 




Plummer, Additional Township of 


0.01405500 


0.01692333 


0.00966383 


Powassan, Municipality of 


0.01177146 


0.01433768 


0.01122233 


Prescott and Russell, County of 


0.01733804 


0.02822630 


0.01386436 


Prescott, Separate Town of 


0.02010697 


0.03412146 


0.01327956 


Prince Edward, County of 


0.01044370 


0.02075440 


0.00609361 


Prince. Township of 


0.01701747 


0.01484144 




Quinte West, City of 


0.02056411 


0.02681512 


0.01599803 


Rainy River, Town of 


0.02122131 


0.02098156 


0.02692544 


Red Lake, Municipality of 


0.02349599 


0.02941951 




Red Rock, Township of 


0.01775427 


0.03541265 


0.01556969 


Renfrew, County of 


0.02011652 


0.03205616 


0.01431701 


Ryerson. Township of 


0.01180035 


0.01652800 




Sable-Spanish Rivers, Township of 


0.01680010 


0.01281840 




Sault Ste. Marie, City of 


0.02112944 


0.03055335 


0.01712807 


Schreiber, Township of 


0.03220905 






Seguin, Township of 


0.00811818 


0.01400268 


0.01367889 


Shedden, Township of 


0.01684752 


0.01684752 




Shuniah, Township of 


0.03031595 


0.03694602 


0.02973049 


Simcoe, County of 


0.01950711 


0.03009579 


0.01818230 


Sioux Lookout, Municipality of 


0.01649671 


0.02659753 




Sioux Narrows-Nestors Falls, 
Township of 


0.01385613 


0.00917034 




Smiths Falls, Separated Town 


0.02403131 


0.03022637 


0.01665046 


Smooth Rock Falls, Town of 


0.02498568 


0.02525856 


0.01203843 


South Algonquin, Township of 


0.00691640 


0.00953822 




South River, Village of 


0.01246395 


0.00790067 


0.00460660 


St Joseph, Township of 


0.00861430 


0.01135658 




St Marys, Separated Town of 


0.01535143 


0.02835821 


0.01666541 


St Thomas, City of 


0.02140708 


0.03324383 


0.01060538 


St. Charles, Municipality of 


0.01016477 


0.05767121 


0.02791990 


Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry, 
County of 


0.02229403 


0.03145299 


0.01442497 


Stratford, City of 


0.02459793 


0.03141040 


0.01386930 


Strong, Township of 


0.01053151 


0.01215126 


0.00798739 


Sudbury, City of Greater 


0.02115349 


0.02924264 


0.01508509 


Sundridge Village of 


0.01242420 


0.01037683 


0.00768318 


Tarbutt and Tarbutt, Additional 
Township of 


0.01524618 


0.01723500 




Tehkummah, Township of 


0.01295100 


0.01041200 





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Municipality 


Tax Rate — Expressed as a Fraction of Assessed Value 


Commercial Property 
Class 


Industrial Property 
Class 


Pipe line 
Property Class 


Temagami. Municipality of 


0.02343569 


0.03254850 


0.01196640 


Terrace Bay. Township of 


0.02944404 


0.03139067 




The Archipelago. Township of 


0.00957009 






The North Shore, Township of 


0.02940903 


0.01932014 




Thessalon. Town of 


0.01609419 


0.01532966 


0.00764172 


Thomloe Village, of 


0.01123000 


0.02070447 




Thunder Bay, City of 


0.02693808 


0.03252869 


0.01382397 


Timmins. City of 


0.02467821 


0.03062767 


0.02264766 


Toronto, City of 


0.02299733 


0.02501734 


0.01843759 


Val Rita-Harty, Township of 


0.01819076 


0.01923279 


0.00855498 


Waterloo, Region of 


0.02232400 


0.02968823 


0.0I3I72I9 


Wellington, County of 


0.01461710 


0.02612564 


0.02088748 


West Nipissing, Municipality of 


0.01605098 


0.03401289 


0.02222236 


White River, Township of 


0.02747184 


0.02004172 




Whitestone. Municipality of 


0.00911149 


0.00877609 




Windsor, City of 


0.01963909 


0.03329223 


0.01876892 


York. Region of 


0.01758765 


0.02033891 


0.01786748 



TABLE 14 

TAX RATES FOR BUSINESS PROPERTIES IN 
UNATTACHED UNORGANIZED TERRITORIES FOR 2003 



Territory 


Tax Rate - Expressed as a 
Fraction of Assessed Value 


Commercial 
Property Class 


Industrial 
Property Class 


Pipe line 

Property 

Class 


Nipissing, District of 


Timiskaming Board of Education 


0.01435674 




0.01415985 


Nipissing Combined School Boards 


0.01439500 


0.02172868 


0.02648770 


Parry Sound, District of | 


South River Township School Authority 


0.01153664 






West Parry Sound Board of Education 


0.00889579 


0.00856680 




East Parry Sound Board of Education 


0.01489479 


0.02317260 


0.01298757 


Manitoulin, District of 


Manitoulin Locality Education 


0.01107600 


0.01045100 




Sudbury, District of 


Sudbury Locality Education 


0,01906500 


0.02600905 




Espanola Locality Education 


0.01474412 


0.00725019 




Chapleau Locality Education 


0.00996800 


0.01323149 




Foleyet DSA Locality Education 


0.01064878 






Gogama DSA Locality Education 


0.00828528 






Asquith Garvey DSA Locality Education 


0.00525700 


0.01104682 




Missarenda DSA Locality Education 


0.00630456 


0.00344662 




Timiskaming, District of 


Kirkland Lake Locality Education 


0.02570700 


0.03185848 


0.01772706 


Timiskaming Locality Education 


0.02758133 


0.03247167 


0.01687400 


Cochrane, District of 


Hearst Locality Education 


0.01178900 


0.00943380 


0.00643335 


Kap SRF and District Locality Education 


0.01746500 


0.00396600 


0.00848530 


Cochrane-Iroquois Falls Locality Education 


0.01571200 


0.02027136 


0.00876870 


James Bay Lowlands Locality Education 


0.02092552 







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Territory 


Tax Rate - Expressed as a 
Fraction of Assessed Value 


Commercial 
Property Class 


Industrial 
Property Class 


Pipe line 

Property 

Class 


Algoma, District of 


Sault Ste. Marie Locality Education 


0.02492739 


0.02663053 


0.01479727 1 


Thunder Bay, District of 


Alianwater DSA Locality Education 


0.00062557 






Nipigon Red Rock Locality Education 


0.00397279 




0.01885525 


Lake Superior Locality Education 


0.02607040 


0.02984675 




Lakehead Locality Education 


0.01790274 


0.03429833 


0.02811702 


Auden DSA Locality Education 


0.00653100 






Armstrong DSA Locality Education 


0.00736600 






Savant Lake DSA Locality Education 


0.00816726 






Upsala DSA Locality Education 


0.00825700 


0.00416799 


0.00334557 


Rainy River, District of 


Fort Frances/Rainy River Locality Education 
(assessment roll numbers beginning with "5902") 


0.01316900 


0.01471558 




Fort Frances/Rainy River Locality Education 
(assessment roll numbers beginnng with "5903") 


0.00879075 


0.00929328 




Mine Centre DSA Locality Education 


0.00425756 


0.00361400 




Atikokan Locality Education 


0.02012046 


0.02716246 


0.07956714 


Kenora, District of 


Summer Beaver DSA Locality Education 


0.00239665 






Kenora Locality Education 


0.01907300 


0.01514932 


0.02228662 


Dryden Locality Education (assessment roll 
numbers beginning with "6060") 


0.01165046 


0.01616102 


0.01988119 


Keewatin-Patricia District Locality Education 


0.01339171 






Dryden Locality Education (assessment roll 
numbers beginning with "6093") 


0.01609000 




0.01670843 


Red Lake Locality Education 


0.01263800 


0.01793267 


0.01912324 


Dryden Locality Education (assessment roll 
numbers beginning with "6096") 


0.01342253 


0.00906001 


0.02034146 


Sturgeon Lake Locality Education 


0.00594022 







Janet Ecker 
Minister of Finance 



Dated on March 6, 2003. 

13/03 



ONTARIO REGULATION 75/03 

made under the 
PROVINCIAL LAND TAX ACT 

Made: March 6, 2003 
Filed: March 13, 2003 

Amending O. Reg. 439/98 
(Tax Rates imder Section 21.1 of the Act for 1998 and Subsequent Years) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 439/98 has previously been amended. Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations 
published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

1. (1) Subsection 2 (1) of Ontario Regulation 439/98 is amended by striking out "residential/farm property class" 
and substituting "residential property class". 



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(2) Subsection 2 (2) of the Regulation is amended by striking out "farmlands property class" and substituting 
"farm property class". 

2. The Regulation is amended by adding the following section: 

4. (1) Despite subsection 2(1), tlie tax rates set out in Table 3 to this Regulation are prescribed for 2003 for the territories 
set out in that Table for the residential property class and the multi-residential property class, as prescribed under the 
Assessment Act. 

(2) Despite subsection 2 (2), the tax rate equal to 0.25 per cent of the tax rate for the residential property class set out 
opposite the name of a territory in Table 3 to this Regulation is prescribed for 2003 as the tax rate for that territory for the 
farm property class and the managed forests property class, as prescribed under the Assessment Act. 

3. The Regulation is amended by adding the following Table: 

TABLE 3 

TAX RATES FOR THE RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY CLASS AND THE MULTI-RESIDENTIAL 

PROPERTY CLASS FOR 2003 



Territory 


Tax Rate — Expressed as a 
Fraction of Assessed Value 


Residential 
Property Class 


Multi-Residential 
Property Class 


Nipissing, District of 1 


Timiskamine Board of Education 


0.00260882 




Nipissing Combined School Boards 


0.00138578 




Parry Sound, District of 1 


South River Township School Authority 


0.00304614 




West Parry Sound Board of Education 


0.00026702 




East Parr\' Sound Board of Education 


0.00274363 




Manitoulln, District of 


Manitoulin Locality Education | 0.00157830 | 


Sudbury, District of 


Sudbury Locality Education 


0.00382542 




Espanola Locality Education 


0.00472676 




Chapleau Locality Education 


0.00130426 


0.00292322 


Foleyet DSA Locality Education 


0.00062729 




Gopama DSA Locality Education 


0.00020590 




Asquith Garvey DSA Locality Education 


0.00163686 


0.00101061 


Timlskaming, District of I 


Kirkland Lake Locality Education 


0.00272632 




Timiskaminp Locality Education 


0.00272660 


0.00415500 


Cochrane, District of I 


Kap SRF and District Locality Education 


0.00239708 




Cochrane-Iroquois Falls Locality Education 


0.00052485 




James Bay Lowlands Locality Education 


0.00088113 




Algoma, District of 


Sault Ste. Marie Locality Education | 0.00421895 | 0.02327568 


Thunder Bay, District of 


Nipigon Red Rock Locality Education 


0.00050892 




Lake Superior Locality Education 


0.00121485 


0.00787361 


Lakehead Locality Education 


0.00205460 




Auden DSA Locality Education 


0.00019082 




Armstrong DSA Locality Education 




0.00179170 


Rainy River, District of I 


Fort Frances/Rainy River Locality Education 
(assessment roll numbers beginning with "5902") 


0.00231745 




Fort Frances/Rainy River Locality Education 
(assessment roll numbers beginnng with "5903") 


0.00166126 




Atikokan Locality Education 


0.00090426 




Kenora, District of | 


Summer Beaver DSA Locality Education 






Kenora Locality Education 


0.00122213 




Dryden Locality Education (assessment roll 
numbers beginning with "6060") 


0.00147700 





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Territory 


Tax Rate — Expressed as a 
Fraction of Assessed Value 


Residential 
Property Class 


Multi-Residential 
Property Class 


Dryden Locality Education (assessment roll 
numbers beginning with "6093") 


0.00171996 




Red Lake Locality Education 


0.00313839 




Dryden Locality Education (assessment roll 
numbers beginning with "6096") 


0.00192010 


0.00276846 



Janet Ecker 
Minister of Finance 



Dated on March 6, 2003. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 76/03 

made under the 

NORTHERN SERVICES BOARDS ACT 

Made: March 12,2003 
Filed: March 13,2003 

Amending Reg. 737 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Local Services Boards) 

Note: Since the end of 2002, Regulation 737 has been amended by Ontario Regulations 69/03 and 70/03. Previous 
amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

1. (1) Subsection 21 (2) of Regulation 737 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

(2) The boundaries of the Board area are those described in the Schedule. 

(2) Section 21 of the Regulation is amended by adding the following Schedule: 

SCHEDULE 

All that parcel or tract of land in the geographic Townships of Fowler and Ware, and in the Dawson Road Lots, in the 
Territorial District of Thunder Bay and Province of Ontario, described as follows: 

Beginning at the northeasterly comer of Lot 9, Concession 6, in the geographic Township of Fowler; 

Thence southerly along the easterly limit of Lot 9, Concessions 6, 5 and 4, to a point being at the intersection of the said 
westerly limit with the northerly water's edge of Hawk Lake; 

Thence in a southwesterly direction along the northerly water's edge of Hawk Lake to a point on the westerly limit of Lot 
9, Concession 4, being at the intersection of the said westerly limit with the said northerly water's edge; 

Thence southerly along the westerly limit of Lot 9, Concession 4, and the extension of the said westerly limit across 
Hawk Lake to the southwesterly comer of Lot 9, Concession 4; 

Thence southerly along the easterly limit of Lot 10, Concessions 3, 2 and 1, to the southeasterly comer of Lot 10, 
Concession 1, in the said geographic Township of Fowler; 

Thence easterly along the boundary between the Townships of Fowler and Ware to the northwesterly comer of Lot 3, 
Concession 8, in the geographic Township of Ware; 

Thence southerly along the westerly limit of Lot 3, Concessions 8, 7 and 6, to the northeasterly comer of Lot 4, 
Concession 5; 

Thence westerly along the northerly limit of Lots 4, 5 and 6, Concession 5, to the northwesterly comer of Lot 6, 
Concession 5; 



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Thence southerly along the westerly limit of the said Lot 6 to the line between the north and south halves of Lot 7, 
Concession 5; 

Thence westerly along the line between the north and south halves of said Lot 7 to the westerly limit of the said lot; 

Thence southerly along the westerly limit of Lot 7, Concessions 5 and 4, to the northerly limit of Mining Location 2 1 OT; 

Thence easterly along the said northerly limit to the northeasterly comer of the said Mining Location; 

Thence southerly along the easterly limit of Mining locations 210T and 2I4T to the southeasterly comer of Mining 
Location 2 14T; 

Thence westerly along the southerly limit of said Mining Location 2I4T to the northwesterly comer of Lot 7, Concession 

3; 

Thence southerly along the westerly limit of Lot 7, Concessions 3 and 2, to the line between the north and south halves of 
Lot 7, Concession 2; 

Thence easterly along the line between the north and south halves of said Lot 7 to the westerly limit of Lot 6, Concession 
2; 

Thence southerly along the westerly limit of the said Lot 6, Concession 2, to the southwesterly comer thereof; 

Thence easterly along the southerly limit of the said Lot 6, Concession 2, to the northwesterly comer of Lot 5, Concession 

1; 

Thence southerly along the westerly limit of the said Lot 5, Concession 1, to the line between the north and south halves 
of Lot 5, Concession 1 ; 

Thence easterly along the line between the north and south halves of Lots 5 and 4, Concession 1, to the westerly limit of 
Lot 3, Concession 1 ; 

Thence southerly along the westerly limit of said Lot 3, Concession I, to the southerly boundary of the geographic 
Township of Ware; 

Thence westerly along the said boundary and the north boundary of the geographic Township of Oliver to the 
northwesterly comer of the said geographic Township of Oliver; 

Thence in a general northerly direction following the high water mark along the easterly shore of Kaministiquia River to 
the intersection with the easterly production of the south limit of Lot 21, Concession A, in the Dawson Road Lots; 

Thence westerly along the easterly production of the south limit of said Lot 21 across the Kaministiquia River and the 
road allowance along the westerly shore of Kaministiquia River to the southeast comer of said Lot 21; 

Thence westerly along the southerly boundary of the said Dawson Road Lots to the intersection with the easterly limit of 
The King's Highway known as No. 17; 

Thence northerly and northwesterly along the said easterly limit to the intersection with the easterly limit of Lot 32, 
Concession B, in the Dawson Road Lots; 

Thence northerly along the easterly limit of said Lot 32 to the southerly limit of the allowance for road along the southerly 
shore of the Shebandowan River; 

Thence northerly in a straight line across the said allowance for road, the said Shebandowan River and the allowance for 
road along the northerly shore of the said Shebandowan River to the point of intersection of the northerly limit of the 
allowance for road along the said northerly shore with the easterly limit of said Lot 32, Concession B; 

Thence northerly along the said easterly limit to the northeasterly comer of said Lot 32; 

Thence westerly along the northerly limits of Lots 32, 33, 34 and 35, Concession B, to the northwesterly comer of said 
Lot 35; 

Thence westerly in a straight line across the allowance for road between Lots 35 and 36, Concession B, to the 
northeasterly comer of said Lot 36; 

Thence westerly along the southerly limit of Lots 13 and 14, Concession 1, to the southwesterly comer of said Lot 14; 

Thence northerly along the westerly limit of said Lot 14 to the northwesterly comer thereof; 

Thence easterly along the northerly limit of Lots 14 and 13, Concession 1, to the northeasterly comer of said Lot 13; 

Thence northerly in a straight line across the allowance for road between Concessions 1 and 2 to the southeasterly comer 
of Lot 13, Concession 2; 

Thence northerly along the easterly limit of said Lot 13 to the northeasterly comer thereof; 

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Thence easterly along the southerly boundary of the geographic Township of Forbes to the southeasterly comer thereof; 

Thence easterly along the easterly production of the southerly limit of Lot 16, Concession 1, in the Township of Forbes 
across the Kaministiquia River to the intersection with the high water mark along the easterly shore thereof; 

Thence in a general northwesterly, northeasterly and southeasterly direction following the said water's edge to the 
intersection with the easterly production of the south limit of Lot 22, Concession 3, in the geographic Township of 
Fowler; j 

Thence westerly along the said easterly production across the Kaministiquia River and the road allowance along the 
westerly shore of Kaministiquia River to the southeast comer of said Lot 22, Concession 3; 

Thence westerly along the southerly limits of Lots 22, 23 and 24, Concession 3, to the southwesterly comer of said Lot 

24; 

Thence northerly along the westerly limit of Lot 24, Concessions 3, 4, 5 and 6, to the northwesterly comer of the 
geographic Township of Fowler; 

Thence easterly along the northerly limits of Lots 24, 23, 22, 21 and 20, Concession 6, to the northeasterly comer of Lot 
20, Concession 6; 

Thence easterly along the northerly boundary of the geographic Township of Fowler, across the road allowance along the 
westerly shore of Dog Lake, to its intersection with the westerly water's edge of Dog Lake; 

Thence in a straight line across Dog Lake to the intersection of the northerly boundary of the geographic Township of . 
Fowler with easterly water's edge of Dog Lake; | 

Thence easterly along the northerly boundary of the geographic Township of Fowler, across the road allowance along the 
easterly shore of Dog Lake, to the northwesterly comer of Lot 13, Concession 6; 

Thence easterly along the northerly limits of Lots 13, 12 and 1 1, Concession 6, and the extension of the said northerly 
limits across Bolduc Lake to the northwesterly comer of Lot 10, Concession 6; j 

Thence easterly along the northerly limit of Lot 10, Concession 6 to the intersection with the road allowance along the 
westerly shore of a bay of Dog Lake; 

Thence easterly along the northerly boundary of the geographic Township of Fowler, across the road allowance along the 
westerly shore of a bay of Dog Lake, to its intersection with the westerly water's edge of a bay of Dog Lake; j 

Thence in a straight line across a bay of Dog Lake to the intersection of the northerly boundary of the geographic 
Township of Fowler with easterly water's edge of a bay of Dog Lake; 

Thence easterly along the northerly boundary of the geographic Township of Fowler, across the road allowance along the 
easterly shore of a bay of Dog Lake, to the northwesterly comer of Lot 9, Concession 6; j 

Thence easterly along the northerly limit of Lot 9, Concession 6, to the northeasterly comer of said Lot, being the place of 
beginning. 

Saving and Excepting Silver Falls Provincial Park. 

Jim Wilson 
Minister of Northern Development and Mines 

Dated on March 12,2003. 
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ONTARIO REGULATION 77/03 

made under the 

COMMUNITY CARE ACCESS CORPORATIONS ACT, 2001 

Made: March 12,2003 
Filed: March 13,2003 

Amending O. Reg. 33/02 
(Community Care Access Corporations) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 33/02 has not previously been amended. 

1. Item 25 of the Table to Ontario Regulation 33/02 is amended by striking out "Etobicoke Community Care Access 
Centre/Centre d'accès aux soins communautaires d'Etobicoke" under Column 3 and substituting "Etobicoke and 
York Community Care Access Centre/Centre d'accès aux soins communautaires d'Etobicoke et de York". 



2. This Regulation comes into force on April 1, 2003. 



Tony Clement 
Minister of Health and Long-Term Care 



Dated on March 12,2003. 
13/03 



ONTARIO REGULATION 78/03 

made under the 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: March 12,2003 
Filed: March 14,2003 

Amending Reg. 619 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Speed Limits) 

Note: Regulation 619 has previously been amended. Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in 
The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

1. (1) Paragraph 4 of Part 3 of Schedule 4 to Regulation 619 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is revoked 
and the following substituted: 

City of Hamilton 

4. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 5 in the City of Hamilton lying between a point situate at its 
intersection with the westerly limit of the King's Highway known as No. 8 and a point situate 1800 metres measured 
westerly from its intersection with the easterly limit of the King's Highway known as No. 6. 
(2) Paragraph 1 of Part 5 of Schedule 4 to the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

City of Hamilton 

1. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 5 in the City of Hamilton lying between a point situate 1800 metres 
measured westerly from its intersection with the easterly limit of the King's Highway known as No. 6 and a point 
situate 80 mefres measured easterly from its intersection with the easterly limit of the King's Highway known as No. 
6. 

2. (1) Paragraph 9 of Part 3 of Schedule 11 to the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 



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Bruce- Municipality of South Bruce -Municipality of Brockton 

9. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 9 in the County of Bruce lying between a point situate 265 metres 
measured northerly from its intersection with the centre line of the roadway known as Elora Road in the Municipality 
of South Bruce and a point situate 295 metres measured southerly from its intersection with the centre line of the 
roadway known as Industrial Road in the Municipality of Brockton. 

(2) Paragraph 2 of Part 5 of Schedule 11 to the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

Bruce- Municipality of Brockton 

2. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 9 in the Municipality of Brockton in the County of Bruce lying 
between a point situate 295 metres measured southerly from its intersection with the centre line of the roadway known 
as Industrial Road and a point situate 230 mefres measured westerly from its intersection with the centre line of the 
roadway known as Wallace Street in Walkerton. 

3. Part 5 of Schedule 68 to the Regulation is amended by adding the following paragraph: 

District of Sudbury- Municipality of French River 

3. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 64 in the Municipality of French River in the District of Sudbury 
beginning at a point situate 640 metres measured northerly from its intersection with the southerly limit of the King's 
Highway known as No. 535 and extending northerly for a distance of 600 metres. 

4. Paragraph 3 of Part 5 of Schedule 105 to the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

Haliburton-Twp. of Dysart, Bruton, Clyde, Dudley, Eyre, Guilford, Harburn, Harcourt and Havelock 1 

3. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 1 18 in the Township of Dysart, Bruton, Clyde, Dudley, Eyre, Guilford, 
Harburn, Harcourt and Havelock in the County of Haliburton lying between a point situate 845 metres measured 
northerly from its intersection with the northerly limit of the King's Highway known as No. 121 and a point situate 
950 metres measured northerly from its intersection with the centre line of the roadway known as Bayshore Acres 
Road. 

Frank F. Klees 
Minister of Transportât ion 

Dated on March 12,2003. 

13/03 * 

ONTARIO REGULATION 79/03 

made under the 
HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: March 12, 2003 
Filed: March 14, 2003 

Amending Reg. 604 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Parking) 

Note: Since the end of 2002, Regulation 604 has been amended by Ontario Regulation 9/03. Previous amendments are 
listed in the Table of Regulations published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

1. Schedule 10 of Appendix A to Regulation 604 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is amended by adding 
the following paragraph: 

6. That part of the King's Highway known as the Queen Elizabeth Way in the Town of Grimsby in The Regional 
Municipality of Niagara lying between a point situate 500 metres measured westerly from its intersection with the centre line 
of Christie Street and a point situate 500 metres measured easterly from its intersection with the centre line of Maple Avenue. 

Frank F. Klees 
Minister of Transportation 

Dated on March 12,2003. 
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Publications en vertu de la Loi sur les règlements 

2003—04—05 

ONTARIO REGULATION 80/03 

made under the 

HEALTH PROTECTION AND PROMOTION ACT 

Made: March 3, 2003 
Filed: March 17,2003 

AmendingO. Reg. 558/91 
(Specification of Communicable Diseases) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 558/91 has previously been amended. Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations 
published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

1. Section 1 of Ontario Regulation 558/91 is amended by adding the following: 

Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathy, including, 
i. Creutzfeldt- Jakob Disease, all types 
ii. Gerstmann-Straussler-Scheinker Syndrome 
iii. Fatal Familial Insomnia 
iv. Kuru 

West Nile Virus Illness, 
i. West Nile Virus Fever 
ii. West Nile Virus Neurological Manifestations 

2. This Regulation comes into force on May 1, 2003. 

Tony Clement 
Minister of Health and Long-Term Care 

Dated on March 3, 2003. 
14/03 



ONTARIO REGULATION 81/03 

made under the 

HEALTH PROTECTION AND PROMOTION ACT 

Made: March 3, 2003 
Filed: March 17,2003 

Amending O. Reg. 559/9 1 
(Specification of Reportable Diseases) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 559/91 has previously been amended. Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations 
published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

1. Section 1 of Ontario Regulation 559/91 is amended by adding the following: 

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Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathy, including, 
i. Creutzfeldt- Jakob Disease, all types 
ii. Gerstmann-Straussler-Scheinker Syndrome 
iii. Fatal Familial Insomnia 
iv. Kuru 
West Nile Virus Illness, 
i. West Nile Virus Fever 



ii. West Nile Virus Neurological Manifestations 
2. This Regulation comes into force on May 1, 2003. 



Dated on March 3, 2003. 
14/03 



Tony Clement 
Minister of Health and Long-Term Care 



ONTARIO REGULATION 82/03 

made under the 

ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

Made: March 5, 2003 
Filed: March 17,2003 

Revoking O. Reg. 335/88 
(Designation — KAM 1 Hydro-Electric Project) 



1. Ontario Regulation 335/88 is revoked. 
14/03 



ONTARIO REGULATION 83/03 

made under the 

ONTARIO COLLEGE OF TEACHERS ACT, 1996 

Made; August 28, 2002 
Filed: March 19,2003 

Amending O. Reg. 345/96 
(Appointments to Council) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 345/96 has not previously been amended. 

I. Section 1 of Ontario Regulation 345/96 is amended by adding the following subsections: 

(2) The Lieutenant Governor in Council shall ensure that at least two members of the Council appointed under clause 4 (2) 
(b) of the Act are French speaking. 

(3) Despite subsection (2), if there are fewer than two French-speaking members of the Council on the day that subsection 
comes into force, the Lieutenant Governor in Council shall appoint French-speaking persons to the Council, when vacancies 
occur after that day, until the requirements of subsection (2) are satisfied. 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 84/03 

made under the 
WASTE DIVERSION ACT, 2002 

Made: March 19,2003 
Filed: March 20, 2003 

USED TIRES 

Interpretation 

1. In this Regulation, 
"tire" includes a part of a tire; 

"used tires'" means waste that consists of any of the following materials, or any combination of them: 

(a) used tires that have not been refurbished for road use, 

(b) tires that, for any reason, are not suitable for their intended purpose. 
Designation 

2. Used tires are prescribed as a designated waste for the purposes of the Act. 



Chris Stockwell 
Minister of the Environment 



Dated on March 19,2003. 
14/03 



ONTARIO REGULATION 85/03 

made under the 
WASTE DIVERSION ACT, 2002 

Made: March 19,2003 
Filed: March 20, 2003 

USED OIL MATERIAL 

Interpretation 

1. In this Regulation, 

"empty container" means a container from which wastes and other materials have been removed using removal practices 
commonly used for those wastes and materials (such as pumping or pouring) and that contains less than 2.5 centimetres of 
waste and other materials on the bottom of the container; 

"lubricating oil" means petroleum-derived or synthetic crankcase oil, engine oil, hydraulic fluid, transmission fluid, gear oil, 
heat transfer fluid, or other oil or fluid used for lubricating machinery or equipment; 

"oil filter" means a spin-on filter or element-style filter that has been used to filter, 

(a) lubricating oil, 

(b) diesel fuel, 

(c) furnace oil used in a household, or 

(d) a coolant, 

but does not include a gasoline filter or a filter with no significant metal content; 
"used oil material" means waste that consists of any of the following materials, or any combination of them: 

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(a) lubricating oil after it has been used for its intended purpose, 

(b) lubricating oil that is not suitable for its intended purpose, 

(c) an empty container, having a capacity of 30 litres or less, manufactured and used for the purpose of containing 
lubricating oil, 

(d) an oil filter after it has been used for its intended purpose. 
Designation 

2. Used oil material is prescribed as a designated waste for the purposes of the Act. 

Chris Stockwell 
Minister of the Environment 

Dated on March 19,2003. 
14/03 



ONTARIO REGULATION 86/03 

made under the 
HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

Made: March 19,2003 
Filed: March 21, 2003 

Amending Reg. 552 of R.R.O. 1 990 
(General) 

Note: Since the end of 2002, Regulation 552 has been amended by Ontario Regulations 18/03, 50/03 and 62/03. Previous 
amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

1. Subsection 16 (5.1) of Regulation 552 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is amended by striking out 
"or" at the end of clause (a), by adding "or" at the end of clause (b) and by adding the following clause: 

(c) 2 per cent if the service is rendered on or after April 1, 2002 but before April 1, 2003. 

2. Section 16 of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

16. (1) The services rendered by dental surgeons that are prescribed as insured services are the services set out in Column 
1 of Parts I, II and III of the schedule of dental benefits. 

(2) It is a condition for the performance and for payment of the insured services set out in the schedule of dental benefits, 
that they be performed in a hospital by a dental surgeon who has been appointed to the dental staff by the hospital on the 
recommendation of the chief of the surgical staff and the agreement of the Medical Advisory Committee of the hospital. 

(3) It is a condition for the performance and for payment of the insured services set out in Part II of the schedule of dental 
benefits that they be performed in conjunction with one or more of the insured services set out in Part I or III of that schedule. 

(4) It is a condition for the performance and for payment of the insured services set out in Part III of the schedule of dental 
benefits that, 

(a) hospitalization is medically necessary; and 

(b) there is prior approval by the General Manager of the provision of the service. 

(5) The amount payable by the Plan for a service set out in Column 1 of Part I, II or III of the schedule of dental benefits is 
the amount set out opposite the service in Column 2 where the service is performed by a dental surgeon or the amount set out 
opposite the service in Column 3 where the service is performed by an oral and maxillofacial surgeon. 

(6) The following services are prescribed as insured services under the Plan; 

1. All services rendered by a hospital in cormection with dental surgical procedures not specified in subsection (I), (3) or 
(5). 

(7) It is a condition for the performance and for payment of the insured services prescribed under subsection (6) that 
hospitalization is medically necessary. 

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(8) In this section, 

"schedule of dental benefits" means the document published by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care titled "Schedule 
of Benefits — Dental Services under the Health Insurance Act (April 1 , 2003)". 

(9) This section, as it read immediately before April I, 2003, continues to apply with respect to payments for services 
rendered before April 1, 2003. 

3. Schedules 13, 14 and 15 to the Regulation are revoked. 

4. (1) Section 1 shall be deemed to have come into force on April 1, 2002. 
(2) Sections 2 and 3 come into force on April I, 2003. 

14/03 

ONTARIO REGULATION 87/03 

made under the 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: March 18,2003 
Filed: March 21, 2003 

AmendingO. Reg. 510/99 
(Community Safety Zones) 

Note: Since the end of 2002, Ontario Regulation 510/99 has been amended by Ontario Regulation 46/03. Previous 
amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

1. Ontario Regulation 510/99 is amended by adding the following Schedule: 

SCHEDULE 9 
MUNICIPALITY OF NORTHERN BRUCE PENINSULA 

1. (1) That part of the King's Highway known as No. 6 in the Municipality of Northern Bruce in the County of Bruce 
beginning at a point situate 405 metres measured southerly from its intersection with the centre line of the roadway known as 
Bruce Road 9 and extending northerly for a distance of 923 metres. 

(2) This designation is effective 24 hours a day, seven days a week and every month of the year. 

Robert W. Runciman 
Minister of Public Safety and Security 

Dated on March 18,2003. 
14/03 

ONTARIO REGULATION 88/03 

made under the 
ONTARIO DRUG BENEFIT ACT 

Made: March 19,2003 
Filed: March 21, 2003 

AmendingO. Reg. 201/96 
(General) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 201/96 has previously been amended. Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations 
published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

1. The definition of "Formulary" in subsection 1 (1) of Ontario Regulation 201/96 is revoked and the following 
substituted: 



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"Formulary" means the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care publication titled "Drug Benefit Formulary/Comparative 
Drug index" (No. 38) dated January 30, 2003, including the amendments to the publication dated April 16, 2003; 

2. This Regulation comes into force on April 16, 2003. 

14/03 



ONTARIO REGULATION 89/03 

made under the 

DRUG INTERCHANGEABILITY AND DISPENSING FEE ACT 

Made: March 19,2003 
Filed: March 21, 2003 

Amending Reg. 935 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Regulation 935 has previously been amended. Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in 
The Ontario Gazette dated January 1 8, 2003. 

1. The definition of "Formulary" in subsection 1 (1) of Regulation 935 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 
is revoked and the following substituted: 

"Formulary" means the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care publication titled "Drug Benefit Formulary/Comparative 
Drug Index" (No. 38) dated January 30, 2003, including the amendments to the publication dated April 16, 2003; 

2. This Regulation comes into force on April 16, 2003. 

14/03 



ONTARIO REGULATION 90/03 

made under the 
ONTARIO DRUG BENEFIT ACT 

Made: March 19,2003 
Filed: March 21, 2003 

Amending O. Reg. 201/96 
(General) 

Note: Since the end of 2002, Ontario Regulation 201/96 has been amended by Ontario Regulation 88/03. Previous 
amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

1. Clause 20.2 (3) (a) of Ontario Regulation 201/96 is revoked and the following substituted: 

(a) the eligible person, 

(i) has an annual net income of less than $16,018 and is single, or is no longer cohabiting with his or her spouse or 
same-sex partner because the spouse or partner is a person mentioned in paragraph 2, 5, 6 or 7 of subsection 
2(1), or 

(ii) cohabits with a spouse or same-sex partner and, together with his or her spouse or same-sex partner, has an 
annual net income of less than $24,175; and 

2. This Regulation comes into force on April 16, 2003. 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 91/03 

made under the 

COURTS OF JUSTICE ACT 

Made: February 11,2003 

Approved: March 19, 2003 

Filed: March 21, 2003 

AmendingO. Reg. 114/99 
(Family Law Rules) 

Note: Since the end of 2002, Ontario Regulation 114/99 has been amended by Ontario Regulation 56/03. Previous 
amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

1. Subrule 4 (10) of Ontario Regulation 1 14/99 is revoked and the following substituted: 

CHANGE IN REPRESENTATION 

(10) Except as subrule (10.1) provides, a party represented by a lawyer may, by serving on every other party and filing a 
notice of change in representation (Form 4), 

(a) change lawyers; or 

(b) appear without a lawyer. 

EXCEPTION, CHILD PROTECTION CASE SCHEDULED FOR TRIAL 

(10.1) In a child protection case that has been scheduled for trial or placed on a trial list, a party may act under clause 
(10) (b) only with the court's permission, obtained in advance by motion made with notice. 

2. Subrule 10 (1) of the Regulation is amended by striking out "(Form 10)" and substituting "(Form 10, 33B or 
33B.1)". 

3. Rule 1 1 of the Regulation is amended by adding the following subrule: 

CHILD PROTECTION, AMENDMENTS WITHOUT COURT'S PERMISSION 

(2.1) In a child protection case, if a significant change relating to the child happens after the original document is filed, 

(a) the applicant may serve and file an amended application, an amended plan of care or both; and 

(b) the respondent may serve and file an amended answer and plan of care. 

4. Subrule 14 (6) of the Regulation is amended by adding the following clause: 

(e.l) in a child protection case; 

5. Rule 16 of the Regulation is amended by adding the following subrule: 

EVIDENCE OF RESPONDING PARTY 

(4. 1 ) In response to the affidavit or other evidence served by the party making the motion, the party responding to the 
motion may not rest on mere allegations or denials but shall set out, in an affidavit or other evidence, specific facts showing 
that there is a genuine issue for trial. 

6. (1) Subrule 17 (1) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

CONFERENCES IN DEFENDED CASES 

(1) In each case in which an answer is filed, 

(a) a judge shall conduct at least one case conference, except as subrule (1.1) provides; and 

(b) a judge may conduct a settlement conference, a trial management conference or both. 
EXCEPTION, CASE CONFERENCE OPTIONAL IN CHILD PROTECTION CASE 

(1.1) In a child protection case, a case conference may be conducted if, 

(a) a party requests it; or 

(b) the court considers it appropriate. 

(2) Subrule 17 (11) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 



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CASE CONFERENCE — MOTION TO CHANGE FINAL ORDER OR AGREEMENT 

(11) Except in a child protection case, a motion for an order to change a final order or agreement under rule 15 shall not be 
heard before a case conference has been held. 

(3) Rule 17 of the Regulation is amended by adding the following subrule: 

CASE CONFERENCE BRIEF IN CHILD PROTECTION CASE 

(13.0.1) In a child protection case, a case conference brief shall be served and filed only if a case conference is being held 
under subrule (1.1). 

(4) Subrule 17 (24) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

SETTLEMENT CONFERENCE JUDGE CANNOT HEAR ISSUE 

(24) A judge who conducts a settlement conference about an issue shall not hear the issue, except as subrule (25) provides. 
EXCEPTION, CHILD PROTECTION CASE 

(25) In a child protection case, if a finding that the child is in need of protection is made without a trial and a trial is 
needed to determine which order should be made under section 57 of the Child and Family Services Act, any judge who has 
not conducted a settlement conference on that issue may conduct the trial. 

7. (1) Subrule 33 (1) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

TIMETABLE 

(I) Every child protection case, including a status review application, is governed by the following timetable: 



I 



Step in the case 


Maximum time for 

completion, from start of 

case 


First hearing, if child has been 
apprehended 


5 days 


Service and filing of answers 
and plans of care 


30 days 


Temporary care and custody 
hearing 


35 days 


Settlement conference 


80 days 


Hearing 


120 days 



(2) Rule 33 of the Regulation is amended by adding the following subrule: 

STATUS REVIEW 

(6.1) A status review application under clause 64 (2) (a) or(b) of the Child and Family Services Act û\z\\ be served at least 
30 days before the date the order for society supervision or society wardship expires. 

(3) Clause 33 (7) (c) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

(c) an applicant's plan of care for a child shall be, 

(i) if the applicant is a children's aid society, in Form 333, and 

(ii) if the applicant is not a children's aid society, in Form 33B. I ; 
(c.l) arespondent'sanswerandplanof care for a child shall be, 

(i) if the respondent is not a children's aid society, in Form 338. 1 , 

(ii) if the respondent is a children's aid society, in Form 10 and Form 338; 
8. (1) Form 4 of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 



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Form 4 

Courts of Justice Act 
NOTICE OF CHANGE IN REPRESENTATION 



at 



Court File Number 



(Samt; of Court) 



Form 4: Notice of Change 
in Representation 



Cnuri office address 



Applicant(s) 



Lawyer's name & address ■■- street <fe number, municipality, postal 
code, telephone & jivi numbers and e-mail address lifany/ 



hull legal name & address for service— street A number, municipality, 
fyostal code, telephone A fix numbers anti e-mail address (if any). 



Re$pondent(s) 



Full legal name ^ address for ser\-ice — street rf number, municipality, 
iwstal code, te lei>hone A fca numbers atid e-mail address (if any). 



Laviyer's name rt aiUress street <t number, municipality, postal 
code, telephone A fax numbers and e-mail address (if any) 



Children's Lawyer 



Same A address of Children's iMwyvr s agent for service (street & number, municipality, postal code, telephone A fax numbers arui e-mail 
address (if any» and name of person represented. 



TO AI.I. PARTIES AND THEIR LAWVERS 
FROM (name) 



I ] I have chosoi to be represented by a lawyer. See deiaiU in this box. 



[ J I have chosen a ne« lawyer, .See details in this box. 



[ ] I have decided to appear in court williout a lawyer. 

Documents can be served on me at the address set out in this box. 



{ ] I have the court's permi.ssion to be represented by a person who is 
not a lawyer. .See details in this box. -> 



t have the court's permission to appear in person at a child 
protection trial Documents can be served on me at the address set 
out in this box. -» 



(Same, address, telephone & fax 
numbers and e-mail address) 



Dale of signature 



.Signature 

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Form 4: NoticcofChaagcin Rcpre$calation(page2) ("ourt file number.. 



NOTES; 

1. You must sen>e this notice on the lawyers for all of the other parlies. If another party does not have a lawyer, you must serve it on the 
parly. If you have been re/tresenled hy a la-wyer or other person who, because of this notice, is no lonf^er going to represent you. you must 
also serve this notice on that lawyer or the other per.wn who u.sed to represent you. 

2. You can serve by any method set out in rule 6 of the Family Law Rules, including mail, courier, and Jar. 

3. K'hen you have served this notice, you must file it with the clerk of the court together with proof of sen-ice (form 6Bj. If you appeared 
wiihoui a lawyer and now you have chosen to be represented by a lawyvr, you must attach thai lawyer's consent to this notice. 

4. If the case has been scheduled for trial, yvu must receive the court's permission to remove your lawyer and represent yourself. 



(2) Form 8B of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 



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Form 8B 

Courts of Justice Act 
APPLICATION (CHILD PROTECTION AND STATUS REVIEW) 




Coim File Number 



(.\'ame ofCourij 



at 



Court office address 



Form 8B: Application 

(Child Protection and 

Status Review) 



Applicant(s) (In mom cases, the aj^ilicuni will be a children s aid society) 



Full legal name A address for service street <S number, municipality, 
postal code, telephone i fax numbers and e-mail address I if any). 



Lawyer 's name <ï address ■— street ct number, municipality-, postal 
code, telephone <t fax numbers and e-mail address (if any). 



Respondcnt(s) tin most cases, a respondent will he a "parent" within the meaning of section 37 of the Child and Family Ser\'ices Act.) 



Full legal ntme it address for service — street <$ number, municipality, 
postal code, telephone <t fax numbers and e-mail address I if any). 



Lawyer's name ct address street <* number, municipality, postal 
code, telephone * fax numbers and e-mail address /if any). 



Children's Lawyer 



\ame <S address of Children s La oyer s agent (street A number, municipality, postal code, lelei>hone A fax numbers and e-mail address (if any)) 
and name of person represented. 



TO THE RF,SPO\DENT(S): 

A cot RT CASF. HAS BF.FN STARTED AGAINST \ Oli IN THIS COliRT. THE DE I AILJi ARE SET OLTOiV THE ATF ACHED 

PAGES. 

THE FIRST COURT DATE IS ((&«; AT :mJp.m 

or as soon as possible after that time. »t: (address) 

If you have also been served with a notice olmolion. there may be an earlier court dale and you or your lawyer should come to court for the 
motion. 

IF vol: WANT TO OPPOSE ANY CLAIM IN THtS CASE, you or your lawy^cr must prepare an Answer (Form 10 — a blank copy should be 
attached), serve a copy on the children's aid society and all other parties and file a copy in the court office with an Affidavit of Service (Form 6B). 
YOU HAVT ONLY 30 DAYS AFTER THIS APPLICATION IS SERVED ON YOt (60 DAYS IF THIS APPLICATION IS SERVED ON 
VOli OirrSIDE CANADA or the united states) to SERVE AND FILE AN ANSWER. IF YOU DO NOT, THE CASE WILL 
GO AHEAD WITHOUT VOt! AND THE COl RT MA1l MAKE AN ORDER AND ENFORCE IT AGAINST \OV. 

Check this box if this Q The children's aid society is also making a claim for child support. You Ml-'ST fill oui a Financial Statement 
paragraph applies { Form 13 — a blank copy attached), serve a copy on the society and file a copy in the court office with an 

Affidavit of Service even if you do not answer this case. 



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Korin 8B: Application (Child Prottclion and Sutus Roie») (page 2) Court fdc number . 



WARNING: This case is subject to cast management, which means that the case runs on a timetable. That timetable says that the 
following steps have to be finished by the folloning nombcrof days from the start of this case: 

Service and filing of answers and plans of cart iOdays Settlement conference SO days 

Temporary care Acustody hearing 35 days Hearing 120 days 

You should consider getting legal advice about this case right away. If you cannot afford a lawyer, you may be able to get help from your local 
legal aid oflke. (See your telephone director}' under LEGAL AID). 



Date of issue Clerk of the court 



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Form 8B: Application (Child Protection and Status Review) (page 3) 



Court ntc number . 



■1"HE CHILIXREN): (Lisl all children invohed in ihis case.) 



Child's Full Legal Name 


Birthdalc 


Age 


Se» 


Full Legal Name of 
Mother 


Full Legal Name of 
Father 


Child's 
Religion 


Child's 

Native 
Status 



































































CLAIM BY APPLICANT 

NOTE: Ift/iis case is an applicolion for a slants review or for access only, strike oui parograpli I and go immediately to paragraph 2. 

\. The appliuiat children's aid socict>' asks the court to make a finding under Part III of the Child and Family Services Act that the child(n:n) 
named in this application is/are in need of protection because: 

(Check applicable hox(esl. In each checked paragraph, delete those portions of the text that are not relevant.) 

Q the child(rcn) basliavc suffered physical harm, inflicted by the person having charge of tlic child(ren) or caused by that person's 
Q] failure to care for. provide for. supervise or protect the child(rcn) adequately (subclause 37(2MoHi)l- 
Q pattern of neglect in caring for. providing for, supervising or protecting the child(ren) [subclause 37(2KoKii)| 

Q there is a risk that the child(rcn) is/are likely to suffer physical hann inflicted by the person having charge of the child(rcn) or caused by 
that person's 

r~l failure to caa- for. provide for. supervise or protect the child(ren) adequately (subclause 37(2X*Mi)] 
r~| pattern of neglect in caring for. providing for. supervising or protecting the child(ren) [subclause 37(2)(*){ii)l 

Q the child{ren) has/liave been sexually molested or sexually exploited, by the person having charge oflhe child(ren) or by another person 
where the person having charge knows or should k-now of the possibility of sexual molestation or sexual exploitation and fails to protect 
the child(rcn) (clause 37(2)(c)l. 

n there is a risk that the child(ren) i.s/are likely to be sexually molested or sexually exploited, by the person having charge of the child(rcn) 
or by another person where the person having charge knows or should know of the possibility of sexual molestation or sexual 
exploitation and fails to protect die child(rcn) (clause 37(2K</)J. 

□ the childtrcn) requirc(s) medical treatment to cure, prevent or alleviate physical harm or suflering and the child(rcn)"s parent or the 
person having charge of the child(ren) does not provide, or lelkses or Ls unavailable or unable to consent to. the treatment (clause 
37(2Kf)|. 

Q] the child(ren) has/have suffered emotional harm, demonstrated by serious anxiety, depression, wididrawal. self-destructive or aggressive 
behaviour, or delayed develupOKnt and there are rea.sonable grounds U) believe that the emotional harm sulTered by the child(ren) results 
from the actioas. failure to act or pattern of neglect on the part oflhe child{rcn)'s parent or the person having charge of the children) 
(clause 37(2K/)1. 

Q tlic child(ren) has/have sufl'crcd emotional harm, demonstrated by serious anxiety, depression, withdrawal, scif-dcstruaivc or aggressive 
behaviour, or delayed development and the child(n:n)'s parent or the person having charge oflhe child(rcn) docs not provide, or refuses 
or is unavailable or unable to consent to, services or treatment to remedy or alleviate the harm (clause il{2){fl)]. 

Q thcTK is a risk that the child(ren) Is/art likely to suffer emotional harm, demonstrated by serious anxiety, depnsssion, withdrawal, self- 
destructive or aggressive behaviour, or delayed development resulting from the actions, failure to act or pattern of neglect on the part 
of the chitd(rcn)"s parent or the person having charge of the chi!d(reu) (clause 37(2K«')|. 

Q there is a risk that the child(rcn) is/arc likely to suffer emotional harm, demonstrated by serious anxiety, depression, withdrawal, self- 
destructive or aggressive behaviour, or delayed development and that the child(rcn)'s parent or the person having charge of tlie 
child(ren) docs not provide, or refuses or is unavailable or unable to consent to, services or treatment to prevent the harm (clau.se 
37(2Xj?./)]. 

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Form !IB: Application (Child Proiection and Status Keview) (page 4) Court file number . 



r~\ the child(ren) suflerts) from a mental, emotional or developmental condition ihal. il'not remedied, could seriously impair the child(ren)'s 

development and the chitd(rcn)'s patent or the parent having charge of the child(ren) does not provide, or refuses or is unavailable or 

unable lo consent to, tfcatment to remedy or alleviate the condition (clause 37(2KA)). 
rn the chiid(ren) has/have been abandoned (clause 37(2K')1- 
r~] the child(ren)'s parent has died or is unavailable to exercise his or her custodial rights over the cliild(rcn) and has not made adequate 

provision for the child(renrs care and custody (clause 37{2X')1- 
[~) the child! rcn) is/arc in a residential placement and the child(ren)'s parent refuses or is unable or unwilling to resume the care and custody 

of the child(nen) [clause 37(2)(01- 
[~~| the chiid(n;n) is/are less than twelve years old and has/have killed or seriously injured another person or caused serious damage to 

another person's property, services or treatment an: necessary to prevent a recurrence; and the child(rcn)'s parent or tlie person having 

charge of the child(ren ) does not provide, or refuses or is unavailable or unable to consent to. those services or treatment [clause 

37(2)(/)]. 
[""] the child! ren) is/are less tlian twelve years old and has/have, on more than one occasion, injured another person or caused loss or damage 

to another person's property, willi the encouragement of the persim having charge of the child(ren) or because of that person's failure or 

inability to supervise the child(ren) adequately [clause i7{2\(li)]- 
r~] the child(ren)'s parent is unable lo care for the child(ren) and the child(ren) is/arc brought before the court with the person's consent and, 

where the child(ren) ivare twelve years of age or older, willi the child(rco)'s consent to be dealt with under l'art 111 of the Child and 

Family Services Act [clause 37(2K/)1- 

2. Hie applicant asks for an order, 

r~| that the child(ren) be placed with (name of custodian) 

subject to the supervision o((full legal name of supervising society) 

for a period of months, on the terms and conditions set out in the Appendix on page 6 of this Application form. 

n that the child(ren) be made (a) ward(s) of (Jiill legal name of society) 

foraperiodof months. 

Q thai the child(rcn) be made (a) ward(s) of Ifull legal name of society) 

for a period of months and then returned lo (name of custodian) 

subject to tlie .supervision of (full legal name of supervising society) 

foraperiodof months, on the terms and conditions set out in the Appendix onpagc6of this Application form. 

Q that the child! ren) be made (a) ward(s) of the Crown and placed in the care of (full legal name of caretaker s<Kiety) 

n that (name ofhomemaker) 

be authorized to remain on the premises at (address of premises where homemaker is placed) 

until (date) or until the person who is entitled to custody of the child(ren) returns to care for 

the child(ren). whichever is sooner. 
[~) relating lo access, the details of which are as follows: (Specify details of order to he sought, including any claim for a restraining 
order under section SO of the Child and Family Services Act.) 



Q relating lo payment of support while the child(rcn) is/are in care, the details of which arc as follows: 



Q court costs. 

□ (Other, specify.) 

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Form 8B: Application (Child Protection and Status Roitw) (page 5) 



Court file number . 



To the applicant's best knowledge, the child(ren) 

Q has/have never before been in the care of a society under an out-of-court agreement. 

Q has/have been in the care of a socict\- under an out-of-court agreement. The details are as follows: (Sel oui the number of limes each 
child W3S in society cart, yrhen the care began and how long it lasted.) 



4- lo the applicant's best knowledge, the parties or the child(ren) Q have Q have not 

been in a court case before relating to the supervision, wardship (guardianship) or custody of or access to the child(ren). (I/you checked ihe 
first box, attach a summary of court cases — Form 8E.) 

5. The parlies □ have □ have not 

made a written agreement dealing with any matter involved in this case. (If you checked the first bat, give dale of agreement and indicate 
which of its terms are in dispute. Attach an additional page if you need more space.) 



The following is a brief statement of the facts upon which the apphcant is relying in this application. 

(Set out the facts in the numbered paragraphs If you need more space, you may use the other side or attach a page, but you must dale and 

sign each additional page.) 



Put a line through any blank space left on this page 



Date of signature 



Signature 



If applicant is a children's aid societj; 
give office or position of person signing. 



Print or type name. 



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Form 8B: Applicalion (Child Prottction and Stilus Review) (page 6) 



Court nic number . 



APPENDIX 

The tenns and conditions that the application proposes for the child(ren)'s supervision are as follows: (Set out terms and conditions in mmhered 
paragraphs. Omit this page if no supervision is sought.) 



(3) Form 17D of the Regulation is amended by striking out, in the note following item 19 in Part 4, "If you have not 
made an offer to settle, you must make one here. If you do not have enough information about all the issues, you must 
make a partial offer on those issues for which you do have enough information." 

(4) Form 33B of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 



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Form 33B 

Courts of Justice Act 
PLAN OF CARE FOR CHILD(REN) 



Court File Number 



(Xame of Court) 



at 



Court office address 



Form 33B: Plan of 

Care for Child(rcn) 

(Children's Aid Society) 



Applicant(s) fin most cases, the applicant «ill be a children's aid society- J 



full legal name it address /or ser\ice— street & number, municipality, 
postal code, telephone A fax numbers and e-mail address (if any). 



Lawyer's name A address — street A number, ntunicipaltry. fxfstal 
code, telephone * fax numbers and e-mail address (if any) 



Respondent(s) f/n most cases, a respondent hi// be a "parent" within the meaning of section 3 ~ of the Child and Family .Ser\'ices .tel / 



full legal name <t address for service street <{ number, municipality, 
postal code, telephone <t fax numbers and e-mail address (if any). 



Lawyer's name <S address —■ street * number, municipality, postal 
code, telephone A fax numbers and e-mail address (if any) 



Children's Lawyer 



Same A address of Children's Uiwyer's agent for service (street A number, municipalily. posai code, telephone à Jax numbers and e-mail 
address (if any)) and name of person represented. 



FUI out only those paragraphs that apply and strike out others. 



I. i aia/We an (fiill legal name/ 

and I ani/wc arc (stale your position with children's aid society) .. 

1. The cliild(ren) in this case is/are: 



Child's full kgat name 


Date of birth 


Sm 



























3. Q] After the court makes a fiiiding that the child(ren) is.'an: in need of pmlection under Part III of the Child and Family Services .4cl. 
I/we ask the court to make an order. 

Q The court previously found on (date) that the child(ren) wa-s/wcrc 

in need of protection under Fart III of the Child and Family Services Act. and the court made an order on (date) 

I/We now ask the court to make a further order. 

The details of the order that Vvte now ask the court to make arc as follows: ((jive details of the order you non want the court to 

make. If you want the order to include any siyxrvision by ihe children 's aid society, give details of any terms and conditiorvs of supervision.) 



Put a line through any blank space left on this page. 



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Form 33B: Plan of Care for Cbil(i(rtn) (page 2) Court fiie number . 



4. The services that the family and child(ren) need and that will be provided are as follows: (Give details of the service needed, who needs it and 
who will be providing it.) 



The children's aid society expects the respondcnt(s) to cairy out certain conditions before it would feel that supervision or wardship of the 
child(rcn) is no longer needed. Very serious consequences could result if those conditions are broken. These conditions are: (Set out 
conditions and estimate the time needed to achieve them.) 



Put a line through any blank space left on this page. 

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Fenn33B: PbaefCar«i6rCliiM(rtn)(|Mcc3) Court fik number . 

6. The child(rcn) cannot be adeqiutelyprolected while in the care oftherespondent(s) because: (Slaie reasons.) 



7. The following eftoits have been made in the past to protect the cfai1d(rEn) while in the care of the respondent(s): 
(Describe the efforts made. If no efforts vere mode, give explanation.) 



8. The following efTorts are planned to keep up the child(ren)'s contact with the respoodent(s): (Describe plans. 
Write "Nil' if there are no plans.) 



Put a lira Otrough any blank space left on this page. 

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Form 33B: Pbn of Care for Child{rtn) (pa|!;c 4) 



Court file number . 



9. The children's aid society has removed the child(ren) from the care of the rcspondcnt(s) and intends to moke this 
removal []] temporarv'. 

Q permanent, and the children's aid society Q has made Q is making 
the following cfTorts for the child(rcn)'s long term, stable placement: 



10. This plan of care was served on and its details explained to the respondcnt<s) and others named below: 



Print name of person to whom 
this plan was explained 


Print name of person who 
explained plao 


Date of 
explanation 







































Pu( a line through any blank Sfxice left on this page 



Date of signature 



Signature 



Date of signature 



Signature 



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Form 33B.1 

Courts of Justice Act 
ANSWER AND PLAN OF CARE 



Court Kile Number 



(Same of Court) 



at 



Court offict address 



Form 33B.1 : Answer and 

Plan of Care 

(Parties other than 

Children's Aid Society) 



Applicant(s) 



full legal name A address for service — sireei A number, muiiidpaliry'. 
postal code, telephone & fax numbers and e-mail address I if ami 



Lawyer's name & address ■■- sireel A number, municiixilit}; postal 
code, telephone it fax numbers arul e-mail address I if any). 



Respondent(s) 



Full legal name A address for service street <t number, municipality, 
postal code, telephone & fax numbers and e-mail address (if any) 



Lawyer's name A address — sireel & number, municiixilily. po.sial 
code, telephone A fa.x numbers and e-mail address (if any). 



Children's Lawyer 



.\'ame <t address for service for Children's Lawyer's agent street <t number, municipality, postal code, telephone & fax numbers and e-mail 
ttitdress and name of person represented. 



TO THE APPLICANTS: 

ffyou art making a claim against someone who is not an applicant, insert the person's name arul address here 

AM) TO: {full legal name) , an added respondent, 

of (address for service of added party) 

Yoii must compkle. serve. Hie and update this form if any significant change* resardiag the chUd(ren) occur after you sign this form. 
If you arc the applicant, then do not complete Part 2, Part 3 or Pan 5 of this form. 



I am/We are (full legal name(s)) 

and I am/We arc (slate your relationship to the child(ren)). . 



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Form 33B.i: .Answer and Plan ofCtrc (Pirtics other than Children's Aid Societj) (page 2) 



C ourt file number.. 



— PARTl- 



1. The child(ren) in this case is/arc: 



Child's Full l^al 
Name 


Birthdalc 


Age 


Sex 


Full Legal Name of Mother 


Full Legal Name of 
Father 


Child's 
Religion 


Child's 
Native Status 



















































































































2. The following people have had the child(rcn) in their care and custody during the past year: 



Child's name 


Name of other caregiver(s) 


Period of lime with caregivcr(s) 
(d,mj; lo d,m,y) 

































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Form 33B.Ï: Answer and Plan of Care (Parties ether (ban Children's Aid Society) (page 3) Court file number 

— PART 2 — 

3. If this is a child protection application, complete this Part, then go to Part 4. (If this is a status review, complete part 3, then go to Part ■!.) 

(Check applicable box(es).) 

[~| 1/We agree with the following facts in paragraph 6 of the application. (Refer to the numbered paragraph(s) under paragraph 
6 of the application.) 



□ l/Wi'e disagree with the following facts in paragraph 6 of the application. (Refer to the numbered paragraph(s) under 
paragraph 6 of the application ) 



NOTE: If you intend to dispute the children's aid society's position at the temporary care and custody hearing, an affidavit in Form 14 MUST 
also be served on the parties and filed at court. 

(Attach an additional page and number it if you need more space.) 

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Form 33B.I: Aoswcr and Plan of Care (Parties other than Children's Aid Society) (page 4) Court file aumbcr 

— PART 3 — 

4. If this is a status review, complete this Part, then go to Part 4. (If this is a protection of^ication. complete Part 2, then gp to Part 4.) 

(Check applicable box(es).) 

Q IA\'e agree with the following facts in paragraph 6 of the application. (Kefer to the numbered paragraph(s) wider 
paragraph 6 of the amplication.} 



n I/We disagree with die following facts in paragraph 6 of the ^iplication. (Refer to the numbered paragroph(s) under 
paragraph 6 of the application.) 



(Attach an additional pap; and number it if you need more space.) 



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Form 33B.t: Answer and Plan of Cart (Panics other than Childrtn's Aid Society) (pa)|>e S) 



Court file Bamber.. 



— PART 4 — 

5. Wha placement and terms of placement do you believe would be in Utc child(ren)'s best interests? fYou should include in your plan of care 
at least the /allowing information 1/ your plan is not the same fitr a particular child, then complete a separate plan for that child.) 

(a) Where wllycni live? 

(h) Who. if anyone, vitl live vilh you? 

(ci Where v/ill the child(ren) live? 

(d) What school or daycare will the chitdlrtn) attend? 

(el What days and hours ttill the child(ren) attend school or daycare? 

(fl Are you enrolled in school or counselling? 

(g) If you are enrolled in counselling, where do you attend counselling? 

(h) What suf^x>rt services will you be using for the child(ren)? 

(il Do you have suf^nrtfrom your fomily? 

Q) If you have support from your family, wha will help you and how will they help you? 

(kl What will the child(ren) 's activities be? 

(tj What will your source of income be'' 

(m) Do you go to work or school^ 

(n) If you go to work or school, what are the details, including the days and hours you work or go to school, and who will look after your 
child(rtn) while you are there? 



(o) Slate why ymtfeel that this plan would be in the chitd(renf 's best interests. 



(Attach an additional page and number it if you need more space ) 



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Form 33B.I : Answer ind PUa of Cire (Parties other thin Children's Aid Society) (page 6) Court file ninbcr.. 



6. These are the people who have infonnalion that would support my plan: 



Name 


Information 



























(Attach an additional page and number it if you need more space.) 



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Form 33B. t : Ans» tr and Plan of Car* ( Parties otiMr IbaD CiiiMrcn'i Aid Society) (past 7) 



Court nit OHmbcr.. 



— PARTS — 

Claims by Respondent(s) 

iFitl out a separate chim pa^for each person agaimi whom you are making a claimlstt 



7. THIS CLAIM IS MADE AGAINST 

□ THi: CIIII.DRENS AID SOCIETY (OR OTHER APPLICANT) 

□ AN ADDKD PARTY, whose name is 0»// /ego/ nom«r/ 

(If you claim against an added party, make sure that the person's name appears on pafx I of this form) 



8. I ASK THE COURT THE FOLLOWING: 

(Claims below include for temporary orders.) 



Claim!: relaiing lo child prolcction 

40 |jf~âcccss 

41 [] lesser protcclion order 

42 Q return ofchild(rcn)lo my/our care 

43 Q place child(n:n) into care of C/iomv; 

44 Q chlldrcn's aid society u'ardship for 

45 Q society supervision of my/our child(ren) 



.months 



3Ô □ costs 

50 Q (Other: specify.) 



Give details of the order that you want the court to make. (Include the mimels) of the chtld(ren) for whom custody or access is claimed.) 

IMPORTANT FACTS SUPPORTING MY/OUR CLAIMS(S) 

(In numbered paragraphs, set out the facts that form the legal hosts fi>r your claim(s). Attach an additional page aitd number it ifyau need 
more space. I 



Put a line through any space left on this page 



Date of signature 



Signature 



Date of signature 



Signature 



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(5) Form 33C of the Regulation is amended by adding the following paragraph: 

4.1 The following important events relating to the child(ren)'s best interests have occurred since the date this application 
began: 

(6) Form 33D of the Regulation is amended, 

(a) by striking out "'List the events that dealt with the concerns raised by the court when it made that order'" in 
paragraph 4; and 

(b) by striking out '"''Ifthe order on which you all agree would remove the child(ren) from the care of the person who 
had the child(ren) before this status review started, explain why less disruptive options would not be enough to 
protect the child(ren)" in paragraph 5. 

(7) Form 34B of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 



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Form 34B 

Courts of Justice Act 
NON-PARENT'S CONSENT TO ADOPTION BY SPOUSE 



(Same of courts 



Court office address 



Court File Numbtr 

Form 34B: Non-Parenl's 

Consent to Adoption 

by Spous* 



AppliC8nt(s) nhefira leiter ofihe opplicani'i stintame may it used) 



Fuit iegat name A addres\for service street <Ç number, municipatity. 

postal cede, telephone é fax numbers and e-mail oiUress (i/imy). 



iMwyer's name <f address street A number, municipality, postal 
code, telephone A fia numbers and e-mail address (if any). 



RespondCnt(S) (if there is a reifxmdeit. tin first letter of the respontlent 's surname may be used) 



Fttll lej^al name A address for serrtce — street A number, munictpality. 
postal code, telephone Afar numbers and e-tnaU address (if any I. 



l.awyer's name A address street A number, municipality, postal 
code. lelephi>ne A fax numbers and e-mail address (if any) 



1. My name is (full legal itame) , 

and i live m (municipality A province} 

2. The applicant is my "spouse" within the meaning of Part VII of the Child and Family Services Act 

i. I am not a ■parent" ofthc child in this case within the meaning of Part VII of the Child and Family Services Act. 

4. \ consent to the adoption of (Give full legal name, dale of birth, jti and birth registration number if known offterson to he adopted. If this 
person is a Crovn word or «as placed for adoption by a licensee or children s aid society, yvu may use an initial fur the surname.) 



Full lefcal name 
bf my «pause (spouse 'sfiill legal name) . 



Date of birth 



Se.r 



Birth registration number 



Date of.tignatures 



Signature of non-parent 



.Signature of independent lawyer 



N'OTK: Ihis consent must be witnessed by an independent lawcr 
who is 10 provide an aiTidavit of execution and independent legal 
advice on the reverse side of this form. If the pcriion giving this 
consent is less than \S years old, the consent must also be 
accompanied by a certificate of the Children's Lawyer in Form 34J 



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AFFID.AVIT OF EXECITION AND INDEPENDENT LEGAL ADVIC E 
Mv nftinc i* (full têQol nam€l . . 


«nd i swear/affirm that the folloning is true: 


and I am not acting for any other person in this adoption case. 
2 1 exolaincd to (non-txirent 's /uU levât name) about 


n the nature and effect of adoption under the law ofOntario; 

D the nature and effect of this consent; 

D the circumstances under which this consent may be withdrawn; and 

D the right to counselling. 

3. After my explanation, he^'she told me that he/she wanted to sign this consent. 

4. 1 was present at and witnessed the signing of this consent. 


Swom/Affirmpd h**r(^rf* mf at 




municipaliiy 
in 


province, slate or country 

on 


Signature 

(This form is to be signed in front of a lawyer, 

Justice of the peace, notary public or 

commissioner for taking affidavits.) 


dot^ Commissioner for taking affidavits 

(Type or print name below if signature is illegible J 



9. (1) Subject to subsection (2), this Regulation comes into force on April 28, 2003. 
(2) Subsection 8 (7) conies into force on the day this Regulation is filed. 

RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 91/03 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR LES TRIBUNAUX JUDICIAIRES 

pris le 1 1 février 2003 

approuvé le 1 9 mars 2003 

déposé le 2 1 mars 2003 

modifiant le Règl. de l'Ont. 1 14/99 
(Règles en matière de droit de la famille) 

Remarque : Depuis la fin de 2002, le Règlement de l'Ontario 1 14/99 a été modifié par le Règlement de l'Ontario 56/03. Les 
modifications antérieures sont indiquées dans la Table des règlements publiée dans la Gazette de l'Ontario du 
18 janvier 2003. 

1. Le paragraphe 4 (10) du Règlement de l'Ontario 114/99 est abrogé et remplacé par ce qui suit : 

CHANGEMENT DE REPRÉSENTATION 

(10) Sous réserve du paragraphe (10.1), une partie représentée par un avocat peut, en signifiant à chacune des autres 
parties un avis de changement de représentation (formule 4) et en le déposant : 

a) soit changer d'avocat; 

b) soit se présenter sans avocat. 



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EXCEPTION, CAUSE PORTANT SUR LA PROTECTION D'UN ENFANT DONT LA DATE DE PROCES EST 
FIXÉE 

(10.1) Dans une cause portant sur la protection d'un enfant dont la date de procès a été fixée ou qui a été inscrite au rôle, 
une partie ne peut agir en vertu de l'alinéa (10) b) qu'avec la permission du tribunal, obtenue à l'avance par voie de motion 
présentée avec préavis. 

2. Le paragraphe 10 (1) du Règlement est modifié par substitution de «(formule 10, 33B ou 33B.l)»à «(formule 
10)». 

3. La règle 1 1 du Règlement est modifiée par adjonction du paragraphe suivant : 

PROTECTION D'UN ENFANT : MODIFICATIONS SANS LA PERMISSION DU TRIBUNAL 

(2.1) Dans une cause portant sur la protection d'un enfant, si un changement important concernant l'enfant intervient après 
le dépôt du document original : 

a) d'une part, le requérant peut signifier et déposer une version modifiée de la requête ou du programme de soins ou des 
deux; 

b) d'autre part, l'intimé peut signifier et déposer une version modifiée de la défense et du programme de soins. 

4. Le paragraphe 14 (6) du Règlement est modifié par adjonction de l'alinéa suivant : 

e.l) une motion présentée dans une cause portant sur la protection d'un enfant; 

5. La règle 16 du Règlement est modifiée par adjonction du paragraphe suivant : 

PREUVES DE LA PARTIE QUI RÉPOND À LA MOTION 

(4.1) En réponse à l'afFidavit ou à d'autres preuves signifiés par la partie qui présente la motion, la partie qui y répond ne 
peut se contenter de simples allégations ou dénégations. Elle doit exposer, dans un affidavit ou d'autres preuves, des faits 
précis qui montrent qu'il y a une question en litige véritable donnant matière à procès. 

6. (1) Le paragraphe 17 (1) du Règlement est abrogé et remplacé par ce qui suit : 

CONFÉRENCES DANS LES CAUSES CONTESTÉES 

(1) Dans chaque cause dans laquelle une défense est déposée : 

a) d'une part, le juge tient au moins une conférence relative à la cause, sous réserve du paragraphe (1.1); 

b) d'autre part, le juge peut tenir une conférence en vue d'un règlement amiable, une conférence de gestion du procès ou 
les deux. 

EXCEPTION, TENUE POSSIBLE D'UNE CONFÉRENCE RELATIVE À LA CAUSE PORTANT SUR LA 
PROTECTION D'UN ENFANT 

(1.1) Dans une cause portant sur la protection d'un enfant, une conférence relative à la cause peut être tenue si, selon le 
cas : 

a) une partie la demande; 

b) le tribunal l'estime appropriée. 

(2) Le paragraphe 17 (11) du Règlement est abrogé et remplacé par ce qui suit : 

CQNFÉRENCE RELATIVE À LA CAUSE — MOTION EN MODIFICATION D'UNE ORDONNANCE 
DEFINITIVE OU D'UN ACCORD 

(11) Sauf dans le cas d'une cause portant sur la protection d'un enfant, une motion visant à obtenir une ordonnance en 
modification d'une ordonnance définitive ou d'un accord présentée en vertu de la règle 15 ne doit pas être entendue avant la 
tenue d'une conférence relative à la cause. 

(3) La règle 17 du Règlement est modifiée par adjonction du paragraphe suivant : 

MÉMOIRE DE CONFÉRENCE RELATIVE À LA CAUSE PORTANT SUR LA PROTECTION D'UN ENFANT 

(13.0.1) Dans une cause portant sur la protection d'un enfant, un mémoire de conférence relative à la cause ne doit être 
signifié et déposé que si une conférence relative à la cause est tenue en application du paragraphe (1.1). 

(4) Le paragraphe 17 (24) du Règlement est abrogé et remplacé par ce qui suit : 

COMPÉTENCE DU JUGE QUI TIENT LA CONFÉRENCE EN VUE D'UN RÈGLEMENT AMIABLE 

(24) Sous réserve du paragraphe (25), le juge qui tient une conférence en vue d'un règlement amiable ne doit pas entendre 
la question en litige. 



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EXCEPTION, CAUSE PORTANT SUR LA PROTECTION D'UN ENFANT 

(25) Dans une cause portant sur la protection d'un enfant, s'il est conclu sans procès que l'enfant a besoin de protection et 
si un procès est nécessaire pour décider quelle ordonnance devrait être rendue en application de l'article 57 de la Loi sur les 
services à l'enfance et à la famille, tout juge qui n'a pas tenu de conférence en vue d'un règlement amiable sur cette question 
peut diriger le procès. 

7. (1) Le paragraphe 33 (1) du Règlement est abrogé et remplacé par ce qui suit : 

CALENDRIER 

(1) Chaque cause portant sur la protection d'un enfant, y compris une requête en révision de statut, est régie par le 
calendrier suivant : 



Étape de la cause 


Délai d'exécution maximal 

à compter de l'introduction 

de la cause 


Première audience, si l'enfant a été 
amené 


5 jours 


Signification et dépôt des défenses 
et des programmes de soins 


30 jours 


Audience sur les soins et la garde 
temporaires 


35 jours 


Conférence en vue d'un règlement 
amiable 


80 jours 


Audience 


120 jours 



(2) La règle 33 du Règlement est modifiée par adjonction du paragraphe suivant : 

RÉVISION DE STATUT 

(6.1) La requête en révision de statut présentée en application de l'alinéa 64 (2) a) ou b) de la Loi sur les services à 
l'enfance et à la famille est signifiée au moins 30 jours avant la date d'expiration de l'ordonnance de surveillance ou de 
tutelle par la société. 

(3) L'alinéa 33 (7) c) du Règlement est abrogé et remplacé par ce qui suit : 

c) le programme de soins d'un enfant émanant du requérant est rédigé : 

(i) selon la formule 33B, si le requérant est une société d'aide à l'enfance, 

(ii) selon la formule 33B.1, si le requérant n'est pas une société d'aide à l'enfance; 

cl) la défense et le programme de soins d'un enfant émanant de l'intimé sont rédigés : 

(i) selon la formule 33B.1, si l'intimé n'est pas une société d'aide à l'enfance, 

(ii) selon la formule 10 et la formule 338, si l'intimé est une société d'aide à l'enfance; 
8. (1) La formule 4 du Règlement est abrogée et remplacée par ce qui suit : 



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Formule 4 

Loi sur les tribunata judiciaires 
AVIS DE CHANGEMENT DE REPRÉSENTATION 



(Som du tribunal) 



$itué(e) au 



Adresse du greffe 



Numéro de dossier du greffe 

Formule 4 : Avis de 
changement de 
représentation 



Requérant(eKs) 



Som et prénom officiels el adresse aux fins de signification — numéro el 
ne, municipalité, code postal, numéros de téléphone et de télécopieur et 
adresse électronique (le cas échéant). 



\om et adresse de l'avocaKe) - numéro et rue. municipalité, code 
postal, numéros de téléphone el de télécopieur et adresse électronique 
(le cas échéant) 



Intimé(e)(s) 



Som et prénom officiels el adresse aux fins de signification — numéro et 
rue, municipalité, code postal, numéros de téléphone et de télécopieur el 
adresse électronique (le cas échéant) 



Som el adresse de l'avocotlet numéro et rue. municipalité, code 
IHXital. numéros de téléphone el de télécopieur et adresse électronique 
(le cas échéanli 



Avocat des enfants 



Som et adresse de la personne qui représente l 'avocal(e) des enfants aux fins de signification (numéro el rue. municipalité, code postal, numéros 
de telephone el de télécopieur et adresse élecironu/ue (le cas échéant) l et nom de la personne représentée. 



A TOITES LES PARTIES KT A LEl RS AV« ATS 

DF. (nom) 



l ] J'ai choisi d'èlre représenlé<e) par un avocat Voir les précisions dans 
la boite ci-contre. -> 



1 1 J'ai choisi un nouvel avocat Voir les précisions dans la boite 
ci-conlrc. -► 



[ ] J'ai décidé de me présenter au tribunal sans avocat Les documents 
peuvent m'êtrc signifiés à l'adresse figurant dans la boite ci-contre. - 



[ ] J'ai obtenu la permission du tribunal de me faire représenter par une 
personne qui n'est pas un avocat Voir les précisions dans la boite ci- 
c»mtre. -» 



l ] J'ai obtenu la permission du tribunal de me présenter en pcisoniK à un 
procès portant sur la protection d'un enfant. l.es documents peuvent 
m'étre signifiés à l'adresse figurant dans la boite ci-contre. -* 



(Som, adresse, numéros de telephone el de télécopieur 
et adresse électronique) 



Date de la signature 



Signature 



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Formule 4 : Av»dc changement de reprisentalion (page 2) Numéro dc dossier du greffe 

REMARQUE : 

1. Vous devez signifier le present avis aux avocats de toutes les autres parties. Si une autre partie n'a pas d'avocat, vous devez le signifier 
à la partie Si vous ave: été représenté(e) par un avocat ou une autre personne qui, en raison du présent avis, ne vous représentera 
plus, vous devez également le lui signifier. 

2. Vous pouvez procéder à la signification par toute méthode énoncée à la règle 6 des Règles en matière de droit de la famille, y compris par 
la poste, par messagerie et par télécopie. 

3. Après avoir signifié le présent avis, vous devez le déposer auprès du greffier du tribunal accompagné d 'une preuve de sa signification 
(formule 6B) Si vous vous ères présentéfej sans avocat et que vous avez maintenant choisi d 'être représenté(e) par un avocat, vous devez 
joindre son consentement au présent avis. 

4. 5/ la date du procès relative à ta cause a été fixée, vous devez obtenir la permission du tribunal pour révoquer votre avocat et pour vous 
représenter vous-même. 

(2) La formule 8B du Règlement est abrogée et remplacée par ce qui suit : 



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Formule 8B 

Loi sur les tribunaux judiciaires 
REQUÊTE (PROTECTION D'UN ENFANT ET RÉVISION DE STATUT) 




(Som du tribunal 



situé(e) au 



Adresse du greffe 



Numéro de dossier du grcfTc 



Formule 8B : Requête 

(protection d'un enfant 

et révision de statut) 



Requérant(e)(s) tf)am la plupart des causeï, le/ta requérant(e) sera une société d'aide à l'enfantx:) 



Som et prénom officiels et adresse aux fins de signification numéro 
et rue. municipalité, code postal, numéros de téléphone et de 
télécopieur et adresse électronique /le cas échéant). 



,\'om et adresse de l'avocalfe) numéro et rue municipalité, code 
postal, numéros de téléphone et de télécopieur et adresse électronique 
(le cas échéant). 



I ntinié(eXs) (Dons la plupart des causes, rinlimé(e) sera un » père » ou une « mère • au sens de l'article S' de In h>i sur les services à l'enfance 
et à la famille ) 



Som et prénom officiels et adresse aux fins de sijinificolion numéro 
et rue, municipalité, code postal, numéros de téléphone et de 
télécopieur et adresse électronique (le cas échéant). 



Som et adresse de l'avocalle) — numéro et rue. municipalité, code 
postal, numéros de téléphone et de télécopieur et adresse électronique 
Ile cas échéant). 



Avocat des enfants 

Som et adresse de la personne qui représente I avocallej des enfants aux fins de signification (numéro et rue. municipalité, code postal, numéros 
de téléphone el de télécopieur et adresse électronique (te cas échéant}) et nom de la personne représentée. 



A LVAUX 1.NT1ME(CKS) : 

INE CAl'SF. A ÉTÉ INTRODl ITE CONTRE \OV% DEVANT CE TR1BIÎ>AL. LES PRÉCISIONS k CE SUJET FIGURENT SUR 

LES PAGES CI-JOIVI ES. 

I-A PREMIÈRE DATE D'AUDIENCE EST nXÉE AU r<*»»<'; k (heure) , 

ou dès que pttssihit: par la suite au ; (adresse) 

Si un avis de motion vous a également éii signifié, une date d'audience antérieure peut être fixée et vous ou votre avocat devriez vous presenter 
au tribunal pour l'audition de la motion 

SI VOUS DÉSIREZ V Ol S OPPOSER À UNE DEMANDE DANS CETTE CAISSE, vous ou votre avocat devez préparer une Défense 
(formule 10 - un exemplaire devrait êve joint), en signifier une copie à la stKiété d'aide à l'enfance et à toutes les autres parties el en déposer une 
copie au greffe, accompagnée dun Affidavit de signification (formule 6B), VOliS NE DISPOSEZ Ql!E DE 30 JOURS APRÈS Ol'E LA 
PRÉSENTE REQUÊTE VOUS EST SIGNIFIÉE (60 JOl'RS SI ELLE VOUS EST SIGNIFIÉE À I.'EXTÉRIEI R DU CANADA OU DES 
ÉTATS-UNIS) POUR SIGNIFIER ET DÉPOSER UNE DÉFENSE. SI VOl^S NE LE FAITES PAS. LA CAUSE SE POURSUIVRA SANS 
VOUS ET LE TRIBUNAL PEIT RENDRE UNE ORDONNANCE ET L'EXÉCUTER CONTRE VOUS. 

Cochez la case []] La société d'aide à l'enfance demaidc également des alimetils pour les enfants Vous DEVEZ rcinplir un £ror 

ci-contre s'd y a lieu financier {[ormuic 13 -un exemplaire est joint), en signifier une copie à la société et en déposer une copie au 

grefTc, accompagnée d'un Affidavit de signification, même si vous ne présentez pas de détcnsc dans cette couse. 



.^uile au verso -* 



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Formule 8B : Requête (protection d'un enfin! et révision de statut) (page 2) Numéro de dossier du greffe . 



AVERTISSEMENT : Les régies de gestion des causes s'appliquent i cette cause, qui est donc régie par un calendrier. D'après ce 
calendrier, les étapes suivantes doivent être menées à bien dans les délais indiqués à compter de l'introduction de la cause : 

Si^ificalion el dépôt des défenses et des programmes de soins iOjours Conférence en vue d'un règlement amUihle 80 jours 

Audience sur les soins et la garde temporaires 35 jours Audience 120 jours 

Vous devriez songer à obtenir des conseils juridiques au sujet de cette cause immédiatement. Si vous n'avez pas les moyens de payer un 
avocat, le bureau d'aide juridique de votre localilé pourra peut-être vous aider. (Consulte! l'annuaire téléphoni<iue sous la rubrique AlDhJl'KIOlQdK). 



Date de délivrance Greffier du tribunal 



Suite à la page suivante - 



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Formule 8B : Requête (protection d'un enfant et révision de statut) (page 3) 



Numéro de dossier du greffe . 



E.NFANT(S) : (Ènumérez tous les enfants concernés dans cène cause.) 


Nom et prénom oflicicls 
de l'enfant 


Date de 
naissance 


Âge 


Sexe 


Nom et prénom 
officiels de la mère 


Nom et prénom 
officieb du père 


Religion de 
l'enfant 


Statut de 

l'enfant 

autochtone 



































































DEMANDE DU/DE LA REQUERANT(E) 

REM ARQt E : S 'il s 'agit d 'une requête en révision de statut, biffez le point I et passez immédiatemenl au /mint 2. 

I. La société d'aide à i'enfancc demande au tribunal de faire une constatation aux termes de la partie III de la Loi sur les services à l'enfance et 
à la famille selon laquelle l'enfant ou les enfants nommés dans la présente requête ont besoin de protection pour les raisons suivantes : 

(Cochez la ou les cases appropriées, en biffant dans chaque paragraphe coché les parties du texte qui ne sont pas pertinentes.) 
r~l l'enfant ou les enfants ont subi des maux physiques intligés par la personne qui en est responsable ou causes par : 

r~1 le défaut de cette personne de leur fournir des soins, de subvenir à leurs besoins, de les surveiller ou de les protéger [sous-alinéa 37(2)a)(i)J 

n la négligence habituelle de cette personne pour ce qui est de leur fournir des soins, de subvenir à leurs besoins, de les surveiller ou de les 
protéger [sous-alinéa 37(2)aX>i)]' 
Q l'enfant ou les enfants risquent VTaisemblabIcmcnt de subir des maux physiques infligés par la personne qui en est responsable 

ou causés par : 

r~l le défaut de cette personne de leur fournir des soins, de subvenir à leurs besoins, de les surveiller ou de les protéger 
(sous-alinéa 37(2)*Mi)l 

r~l la négligence habituelle de cette pers<inne pour ce qui est de leur fournir des soins, de subvenir à leurs besoins, de les 
surveiller ou de les protéger [sous-alinéa 37(2)éKii)I 
r~l l'enfant ou les enfants ont subi une atteinte aux moeurs ou ont été exploités sexuellement pai- la personne qui en est responsable ou par 

une autfe persoiuie et la personne qui en est responsable sait ou devrait savoir qu'il existe des dangers d'atteinte aux moeurs ou 

d'exploitation sexuelle et ne les protège pas [alinéa 37(2 k:)|. 
n l'enfant ou les enfants risquent vraisemblablement de subir une atteinte aux moeurs ou d'être exploités sexuellement par la personne 

qui en est responsable ou par une autre personne et la personne qui en est responsable sait ou devrait savoir qu'il existe des dangers 

d'atteinte aux moeurs ou d'exploitation sexuelle et ne les protège pas (alinéa 37(2)d)|. 
Q l'enfant ou les enfants ont besoin d'un traitement médical en vue de guérir, de prévenir ou de soulager des maux physiques ou 

leur douletu-, et leur père ou leur mère ou la personne qui en est responsable ne fournit pas le traitement refuse ou n'est paseii mesure 

de donner son consentement à ce traitement, ou n'est pas disponible pour le faire [alinéa 37(2V)]. 
[~l l'enfant ou les enfanLi ont subi des maux affectifs qui se traduisent par im grave .senlimenl d'angoisse, un état dépressif grave, un fort 

repliement sur soi, un comportement autodestnictcur ou agressif marqué ou un important retard daas leur développement, et il existe 

des motifs raisonnables de croire que les maux affectifs qu'ils ont subis résultent des actes, du défaut d'agir ou de la négligence 

habituelle de leur père ou de leur mère ou de la personne qui en est responsable [alinéa 37(21/)|. 
|~~| l'enfant ou les enfants ont subi des maux affectifs qui se traduisent par un grave sentiment d'angols.sc. un étal dépressif grave, un fort 

repliement sur soi. un comportement autodestructeur ou agressif marque ou un important retard dans leur développement et leur père ou leur 

mère ou la personne qui en est responsable ne fournit pas des services ou un traitement afin de remédier à ces maux ou de les soulager, refuse 

ou n'est pas en mesure de donner son consentement à ce traitement ou ces services, ou n'est pas disponible pour le faire [alinéa 37(2)//)]. 
|~1 l'enfant ou les enfants risquent vraisemblablement de subir des maux affectifs qui se traduisent par un grave sentiment d'angoisse, un état 

dépressif grave, un fort repliement sur soi, un comportement auiodcstructeur ou agressif marqué ou un important retard dans leur 

développement qui ré.sultent des actes, du défaut d'agir ou de la négligence habituelle de leur père ou de leur mère ou de la personne qui 

en est responsable [alinéa 37(2)g)J. 
[~] l'enfant ou les enfants risquent vraisemblablement de subir des maux affectifs qui se traduisent par un grave sentiment d'angoisse, un étal 

dépressif grave, un fort repliement sur soi, un comportement autodestnicteur ou agressif marqué ou un important retard dans leur 

développement, et leur père ou leur n»ère ou la personne qui en est responsable ne fournit pas des services ou un traitement afin de prévenir 

ces maux, refuse ou n'est pas en mesure de donner son consentement à ce traitement ou ces services, ou n'est pa.s disponible pour le faire 

[alinéa 37(2)g/)l. 

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["1 l'état menial ou atleciif ou Je développement de l'enfant ou des enfants risque, s'il n'y est pas remédié, de porter gravement allcinle à leur 

dcv'cioppement, et leur père ou leur mère ou la personne qui en est responsable ne fournit pas un traitement afm de ivmédier à cet état ou de 

le soulager, refuse ou n'est pas eti mesure de donner son consentement à ce traitement, ou n'est pas di.sponiblc pour le faine (alinéa 37(2)A)). 
r~\ l'enfant ou les enfants ont été abandonnés (alinéa 37(2)/)]. 
Q le père ou la mère de l'enfant ou des enfants est décédé ou ne peut pas exercer ses droits de garde sur eux et n'a pas pris de mesure.s 

suflisantcs relativement à leur garde et aux soins i leur ioumir (alinéa 37(2)»)]. 
ri l'enfant ou les enfants .sont placés dans un établissement et leur père ou leur mère refuse d'en asstmier à nouveau la garde et de leur fournir 

des soins, n'est pas en mesure de le faire ou n'y consent pas (alinéa 37(2)rt|, 
|~1 l'enfant ou les enfants ont moins de 12 ans et ont tué ou gravement blessé une autre personne ou ont causé des dommages importants au\ 

biens d'une auUv personne et doivent subir un traitement ou recevoir des services pour empêcher la répétition de ces actes, et leur père ou 

leur mèa* ou la personne qui en est resp<Misable ne fournit pas ce traitement ou ces serv ices, rcfu.se ou n'est pas en mesure de donner .stm 

consentement à ce traitement ou ces services, ou n'est pas di.<iponible pour le faire [alinéa 37(2)/)(. 
r~] l'enfant ou les enfant;! ont moins de 12 ans et ont à plusieurs reprises, blessé une autre personne ou causé une perte ou des dommages aux 

biens d'une autre personne, avec l'encouragement de la personne qui en est responsable ou en raison du défaut ou de l'incapacité de celle 

personne de les surveiller convenablement (alinéa 37(2)X)I. 
r] le père ou la mère de l'enfant ou des enfants n'est pas en mesure de leur fournir des soins cl ils .sont amenés devant le tribunal avec le 

consenlenienl de leur père ou de leur mère, et s'ils sont âges de 12 ans ou plus, avec leur propre consentement, afin d'éta- traites comme le 

prévoit la partie 111 de la Loi sur les services à l'enfance et à la/amilleli\\néa 37(2)/)]- 

2. l.c/la rcquérant(c) demande une ordonnance : 

Q pour que l'enfant ou les enfants soient placés chez fnom du gardien) 

sous la surveillance de (raison sociale de la sociéié chargée de la surveillance) 

pendant mois, aux conditions énoncées i l'aïutcxc figurant à la page 6 de la présente fonnule de requête. 

[3 pour que l'enfant ou les enfants deviennent des pupilles de (raison UKtale de la société) 

pendant mois. 

f~l pour que l'enfant ou les enfants deviciment des pupilles de (raison sociale de la sociétèj 

pendant mois, puis qu'ils soient retournés chez (nom du gardien) 

sous la surveillance de (raison sociale de la société chargée de la surveillance) 

pendant mois, aux conditions énoncées à l'annexe figurant à la page 6 de la pré.scntc formule de requête. 

£2 pouf Mu<ï l'enfant ou les enfants deviennent des pupilles de la Couronne et soient confiés aux soins de (raison sociale de la société 
chargée d'assurer les soins) 

n pour que (nom de l'aide familiale) 

soit autorisée à rester dans les locaux situés au (adresse des locaux où l'aide familiale est placée) 

jusqu'au (dale) ou jusqu'à ce que la personne qui a droit à la garde de l'enfant ou des enfants revienne [viendresoin 

d'eux, selon la première de ces éventualités. 
|~1 pour que .soit acairdé le droit de visite, selon les inodalités suivantes : (Donnez des précisions sur l'ordonnance demandée, y compris toute 
demande d'ordonnance de ne pas faire visée à l'article 80 de la Loi sur les services à l'enfance et à ta famille.) 



Q pour que soient versés des aliments pendant que l'enfant ou les enfants revoivent des soias. selon les modalités suivantes : 



Q pour que soient accordés des dépens. 
Q (Autre, précise!.) 

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Numéro de dossier du Kreflc . 



J. Au mieax de la connaissance du/de la rcqu(irant(e). l'enfant ou les enl'anUi 

[~[ n'ont jamais été confiés aux soins d"unc société aux ternies d'un accoid extrajudiciaire. 

Q ont été confiés aux soins d'une société aux tcnncs d'un accord extrajudiciaire. Précisez : (Indiquez le nombre défais que chaque enfant a 
iié confié ata soins d'une société, le moment où les soins ont débuté et la durée des soins.) 



■<• Au mieux de la connais-sance du/de la rcquéranl(c), les parties ou l'enfanl ou les enfants Q ont déjà Q n'ont jamais 

pris part à une cau,se judiciaire portant sur leur smeillancc, leur tutelle ou leur garde ou le droit de visite à leur égard. (Si vous avez coché la 
première case, Joignez un résumé de la cause -formule 8E./ 

5- I..es parties □ ont Q n'ont pas 

conclu d'accord écrit au sujet d'une question soulevée dans cette cause. fSi vous avez coché la première case, indiquez la date de l'accord et 
les conditions de celle-ci qui sont en litige. Joignez des pages supplémentaires au besoin.) 



6. Voici un brcfrésumé des faits sur lesquels la société se fonde dans la présente requête. 

(Énoncez les faits sous forme de paragraphes numérotés. Au besoin, joignez des pages supi>lémentaires. mais assurez-vous de dater et de signer 
chacune d'elles.) 



Tracez une ligne horizontale en travers de tout espace laissé en blanc sur ta présente page. 



Date de ta signature 



Sipiature 



Si le/la requérant(e) est une société d'aide à i 'enfance, indiquez 
la charge ou le poste du/de la signataire. 



Ecrivez le nom en caractères d'imprimerie ou 
dact)iographiez-le. 



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ANNEXE 

Les conditions que le/la requérante) envisage pour la surveillance de l'enfant ou des enfants sont les suivantes : (Énoncez les conditions sous/orme 
de parapaphes numérotés. Ne rien écrire sur cette page si aucune surveillance n'est demandée) 



(3) La formule 17D du Règlement est modifiée par suppression de «Si vous n'avez pas présenté d'offre de règlement, 
vous devez en présenter une ici. Si vous n 'avez pas suffisamment de renseignements au sujet de toutes les questions en 
litige, vous devez présenter une offre partielle sur les questions en litige au sujet desquelles vous avez suffisamment de 
renseignements.» dans la remarque qui suit le numéro 19 de la section 4. 

(4) La formule 33B du Règlement est abrogée et remplacée par ce qui suit : 



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Formule 33B 

Loi sur les tribunaux judiciaires 
PROGRAMME DE SOINS D'UN OU DE PLUSIEURS ENFANTS 



(S'om du irihunal) 



situé{e) au 



Adresse du greffe 



Numéro de dossier du grettc 



Formule 33B : Programme de 

soins d'un ou de plusieurs enfants 

(société d'aide à l'enfance) 



Re<]uérant(eKs) [Dam h plupart des causes, leAa requèrant(e) sera une sociéié d'aide à I enfance.] 



S'om ei prénom officiels el adresse aux fins de significalwn — numéro 
et rue, munici/xitité. a>de postal, numéros de téléphone et de télécopieur 
et adresse électronique (le cas échéant) 



Som el adresse île l'avocatle) numéro et rue. municipalité, code 
postal, numéros de téléphone el de télécopieur et adresse électronique 
(le cas échéant). 



lntimé(eXs) fOans la plupart des cataes, t 'inlimé(e) sera un « pire » ou une « mire » au sens de l article 3~de la Loi sur tes services à 
l 'en/arure et à la famille./ 



Som et prénom officiels et adresse aux fins de signification numéro 
el rue, municipalité, code postal, numéros de téléphone el de télécopieur 
el adresse électronique (le cas échéant). 



Som et adresse de t'avocatle) numéro et rue, municipalité, code 
postal, numéros de téléphone et de télécopieur et atresse électronique 
(le cas échéant). 



Avocat des enfants 

Som et adresse de la personne qui représente t 'avocat(e) des enfants aux fins de signification (numéro el rue. municipalité, code postal, numéros 
de téléphone et de télécopieur et adresse électronique (te cas échéant)) el nom de la personne représentée. 



Se remplissez que Its points applicables et biffez les autres. 

I. Je m'appclle/Nous nous appelons (nom el prénom officiels) 

et je suis/nous sommes (indiquez le poste que vous occupe: à la société d'aide à t 'enfance) 



1, L'cnfanl ou les enfanCi dans cette cause s'appellent : 



Nom et prénom ofTicicIs de l'enfant 


Date de naissance 


Sexe 



























3. Q Après que le tribunal conclut que l'entant ou les enfants ont besoin de protection aux termes de la partie III de la ImI sur les services à 
l 'enfance ei à lafamdle, je demande/nous demandons au tribunal de rendre une ordonnance. 

r~| 1-e tribunal a déjà conclu le (date) que Penfant ou tes 

enfants avaient besoin de protection aux termes de la partie III de la Loi sur les services à t enfance et à lafamdle et il a rendu une 

ordonnance le (date) 

ie demande/Nous demandons maintenant au tribunal de rendre une autre ordonnance. 

I .es éléments de la nouvelle ordonnance demandée au tribunal sont les suivants : (Donne: les éléments de cette ordonnance Si vous 
désire: qu elle com/M-enne une surveillance fXir la société d'aide à l'enfance. précise:-en les conditions.) 



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4. Les services dont la faniitle et l'enfant ou les enfants ont besoin et qui leur seront fournis sont les suivants: (Décrivez les services en 
question, qui en a besoin et qui les fournira.) 



La société d'aide à l'enfance s'attend à ce que rintimé(e) ou les intinié(e)s respectent certaines conditions avant qu'elle ne puisse décider que 
la surveillance ou la tutelle de l 'enfant ou des enfants n'est plus nécessaire. La violation de ces conditions poiarait entraîner des conséquences 
très graves. Les conditions sont les suivantes : (Énoncez les conditions et le délai prévu pour les respecter.) 



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Numéro de dossier du griffe . 



6. L'enfant ou les enfants ne peuvent pas être adéquatement protégés pendant qu'ils sont confiés aux soins de rintimé(c) ou des 
intiR>é(e)s parce que : (Indiquez les raisons.) 



7. Les efforts suivants ont été déployés dans le passé pour protéger l'enfant ou les enfants pendant qu'ils étaient confiés aux soins de 
l'inti]né<e) ou des inlimé<e)s : (Décrive: les efforls déployés. S'il n'y en a pas eu. expliquez pourquoi.) 



Les efforts suivants sont prévus pour maintenir l'enfant ou les enfants en contact avec l'intiméic) ou les intimé(e)s : (Décrivez les efforts 
prévus Ecrive: « Séant » si vous n en prévoyez pas.) 



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9. La sucjétê d'aide à l'enfance a soustrait i'enfant ou les enfants aux soins de rintimé(c) ou des in(imé<e)!i cl envisage que 
ce soit Q à titre temporaire. 

Q en permanence, et la société d'aide à l'enfance Q a déployé Q déploie les efforts suivants pour le placement 
stable et i long terme de l'enfant ou des enfants ; 



10. l.e présent programme de soins a été signifié el des précisions à son sujet ont été données i rintimc(c) ou aux inljmé(e)s et autres personnes 
nommées ci-des.sous : 



Kcrrvez en caractères d'imprimerie le nom de 
la pcrMinne à qui le programme a été eipliqué 


Itcrivez en caractères d'imprimerie le nom de la 
personne qui a expliqué le programme 


Date de l'explication 







































Tracez une lif;ne en irmers de tout espace laissé en blanc sur la présente pagf. 



I.\ile de la signature 



Signature 



i)(ite~3e la signature 



Signature 



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Formule 33 B.l 

Loi sur les tribunaux judiciaires 
DÉFENSE ET PROGRAMME DE SOINS 



(Som du tribunal) 



situé<e) au 



(Adresse du greffe) 



Numéro de dossier du greffe 

Formule 33B.I : Défense et 

programme de soins 

(parties autres que la société 

d'aide à l'enfance) 



Requérant(e)(s) 



Som eif>rénom officiels el adresse aux fins de signification — numéro 
et rue. municipalité, code postal, numéros de téléphone el de 
télécopieur et adresse électronique (le cas échéant/. 



Nom et adresse de l'avocaKe) — numéro el rue. municipalilé. code 
postal, numéros de téléphone et de télécopieur et adresse électronique 
(le cas échéant). 



Intimé(eKs) 



Som el prénom officiels et adresse au.\fins de signification — numéro 
et rue. municipalilé, code postal, numéros de téléphone et de 
télécopieur el adresse électronique (le cas échéant). 



Som et adresse de I avocatlel numéro et rue. municipalilé. code 
postal, numéros de téléphone et de télécopieur el adresse électronique 
(le cas échéant). 



Avocat des enfants 



Som el adresse aux fins de signification de la personne qui représente l 'avocat des enfimis numéro el rue, municipalité, code postal, numéros 
de téléphone et de télécopieur et adresse électronique el nom de ta personne représentée 



À TOUTES LES PARTIES : 

Si vous présente: une demande contre une personne qui n 'est pas le/ta requéranl(e). indiquez les nom el adresse de ta /lersoime ici 

ET À : (nom et prénom officiels/ iiitiini(e) ioinl(e), 

du (adresse aux fins de significaiioni 

Vous devez remplir, «ifcnificr, déposer et mettre à jour la présesle formule si des cbangemeats important eoucemant l'enfant ou les 
enfants interviennent après que vous l'avez signée. 

Si vous êtes le ou la requéranl(e), ne remplissez ni la partie 2, ni la partie 3, ni la partie 5 de la présente formule. 



Je m'appelle.'Nous msis appetom fnom et prénom officiels) 

ei je suis/nous sommes (indiquez voire lien par rapport à l 'enfant ou aux enfants) 



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Numéro de dossier du grcRc . 



— PARTIE 1 



I. L'enfant ou les enfants dans cette cause s'appellent : 



Nom et prénom 
officiels de l'enfant 


Date de 
naissance 


Âge 


Sexe 


Nom et prénom officiels de 
la mère 


Nom et prénom 
ofiîciels du père 


Religion de 
l'enfant 


Statut de 

l'enfant 

autochtone 
































































1 
! 



















































2. Les personnes suivantes ont assumé la garde (te l'enfant ou des enfants et leur ont foumi des soins au cours de l'année dernière : 



Nom et prénom de l'enfant 


Nom de l'autre ou des autres fournisseurs 
de soins 


Durée passée avec le ou les foumisseurs de soins 
(du/, m,a»uj,m, o) 

































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(partie» tatrtu qu'une société d'nide à l'enfance) (page 3) 



Naméro d« dossier dn grelTe 



— PARTIE 2 — 

3. S'il s'agit d'une requête en protection d'un enfant, remplissez la présente partie, puis passez à la partie 4. (S il s 'agit d'une révision de slalul. 
remplissez la partie 3. puis passez à la partie 4. ) 

(Cochez la ou les cases appropriées ) 

Q Je suis/Nous sommes d "accord avec les faits suivants énoncés au point 6 de la requête. (Repartez-vous au(x) paragrttphe(s) numéroté(s) 
sous le point 6 de la requête.) 



□ Je ne suis/Nous ne sommes pas d'accord avec les faite suivante énoncés au point 6 de la requête. (Reportez-vous au(x) paragraphets) 
numéroté(s) sous le point 6 de la requête.) 



REMARQUE : Si vous avez l 'intention de contester la position de la société d 'aide à l 'enfance à l 'audience sur les soins et la garde 

temporaires, un affidavit rédigé selon la formule 14 DOIT également ilre signifié aux parties et déposé auprès du tribunal. 



(Joignez des pages supplémentaires au besoin et numérotez-les.) 



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— PARTIE 3 — 

4. S'il s'agit d'une révision de statut, remplissez la pitsente partie puis passez à la partie 4. (S'ils 'agit d'une requête en protection, renaissez 
la partie 2 puis passe: à la partie 4.) 

(Cœhex la ou les cases appropriées.) 

□ Je suis/Nous sommes d'accwd avec les faits suivants énoncés au point 6 de la requête. (Reportez-vous au(x) paragraphe(s) numéroté(s) 
sous le point 6 de la requête. J 



r~l Je ne suis/Nous ne sommes pas d'accord avec les faits suivants énonces au point 6 de la requête. (Reportez-vous au(x) paragraphe(s) 
numéroté(s) sous te point 6 de ta requête.) 



(Joigne: des pages supplémentaires au besoin et numérotez-les.) 



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Numéro de dossier du grefTe 



— PARTIE 4 — 

Quel placement et quelles conditions de placement seraient â votre avis dans l'intérêt véritable de Tentant ou des enfants? (t'otis devez au 
moins inclure dans voire programme de soins les renseignements suivants. Si voire programme est différent pour un enfant particulier, 
remplissez un programme distinct pour celui-ci.) 

a) Où habiterez-vous? 

b) Qui habitera avec vous, le cas échéant? 

c) Où I enfant ou les enfants habiteront-ils? 

d) A quelle école ou garderie iront l enfant ou les enfants? 

e) Quels jours et ata quelles heures l'enfant ou les enfants seront-ils à l'école ou en garderie'' 

f) Étes-vous inscritfel à I école ou auprès d 'un service de consultation? 

g) Si vous êtes inscrit(e) auprès d'un service de consultation, où esl-il situé? 
h) A quels services de soutien ferezvous appel pour l'enfant ou les enfants? 
i) Bénéficiez-vous d 'un soutien familial? 

j) Si vous bénéficiez d'un soutien familial, qui vous aidera el de quelle façon? 
k) Quelles seront les activités de l 'enfant ou des enfants? 
l) Quelle sera votre source de revenu ? 
m) Avez-vous un emploi ou faites-vous des études? 

n) Si vous avez un emploi ou faites des études, quels en sont les détails, y compris les jours et les heures où vous trinaillez ou suivez des 
cours, el qui s 'occupera de votre enfant ou de vos enfants pendant ce temps-là? 



01 Indiquez pourquoi vous estimez que ce programme serait dans l 'intérêt véritable de l enfant ou des enfants. 



(Joignez des pages supplémentaires au besoin el numérotez-les.) 



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Formule 33B.I : Défense et programme de soins 
(parties aulrt» qu'une société d'aide à l'enfance) (p»ge 6) 



Naméro de dossier du greHc . 



6. Les personnes suivantes disposent de renseignements qui appuient mon programme : 



Nom 


Renseignements 



























(Joignez des pages supplémentaires au besoin el numérotez-les.) 



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Formule 33B.I : DiFensc et programme de foins 
(ptrtiei lutres qu'une société d'«ide i l'enfance) (page 7) 



Numéro de dossier du greffe . 



— PARTIE 5 — 

Demandes de rintimé(e) ou de$ intimé<e)s 

I Remplissez une page distincte pour chaque personne contre laquelle vous présentez vos ilemandes.l 



7. LA PRÉSENTt UbMANDE EST PRESENTEE CONTRE 

□ LA SOCIÉTÉ D'AIDE À LENHANCE (OL' t/N AUTRE REQUÉRANT) 

□ UNE PARTIE JOINTE, soit (nom et prénom officiels) 

(Si voire demande est présentée contre une partie jointe, assurez-vous que son nom figure à la /Mge I delà présente formule ) 



8. m DEMANDE AU TRIBUNAL CE QUI SUIT : 

(Les demaruies ci-dessous comprennent les demandes d'ordonnance temporaire.) 



Demandes portant sur la protection d'un ou de plusieurs enfants 



40 r 

41 t 

42 C 

43 C 

44 r 

45 n 



le droit de visite 

une ordonnance de protection moindre 

leur retour à mes/nos soins 

leur placement sous les soins de (nom) 

leur placement en tant que pupilles de la société d'aide à l'enfance pendant., 
la surveillance de mes/nos enfants par la société 



30 n les dépeas 

50 Q (Autre: précisez.) 



Donnez des précisions sur l'ordonnance que vous demandez au tribunal. (Indiquez notamment le nom de l en/ont ou des enfants à l 'égard 
desquels la garde ou le droit de visite est demandé.) 

FAITS IMPORTANTS À L'APPUI DE MES/NOS DEMANDES 

(Sous forme de paragraphes numérotés, énoncez les faits qui constituent le fondement juridique de vos demandes. Joignez des /xiges 
supplémentaires au besoin et numérotez-les.) 



Tracez une ligne en travers de tout espace laissé en blanc sur la présente page. 



Date de la signature 



Signature 



Date de la signature 



Signature 



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(5) La formule 33C du Règlement est modifiée par adjonction du paragraphe suivant : 

4.1 Les faits importants suivants qui se rapportent à l'intérêt véritable de l'enfant ou des enfants se sont produits depuis la 
date à laquelle la présente requête a été introduite : 

(6) La formule 33D du Règlement est modifiée comme suit : 

a) par suppression de «Enumérez les fails qui ont trait aux préoccupations soulevées par le tribunal lorsqu 'il a rendu 
l'ordonnance.» au paragraphe 4; 

b) par suppression de «Dans le cas oit l'ordonnance sur laquelle vous vous entendez tous soustrairait l'enfant ou les 
enfants aux soins de la personne qui s'en occupait avant que la présente révision de statut ne débute, expliquez 
pour quelles raisons des mesures moins perturbatrices ne suffiraient pas à protéger l'enfant ou les enfants.» au 
paragraphe 5. 

(7) La formule 34B du Règlement est abrogée et remplacée par ce qui suit : 



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Formule 34B 

Loi sur les tribunaux judiciaires 

CONSENTEMENT D'UNE PERSONNE AUTRE QUE LE PÈRE 
OU LA MÈRE À L'ADOPTION PAR LE CONJOINT 



(Som ilu tribunal/ 



silut(f)»u 



Adresse du f;reffc 



N'umcro de dossier du greffe 

Formule 34B : 

Consentement d'une 

personne autre que le 

père ou la mère à 

l'adoption par le conjoint 



RequéraDt(eXs) (Im première lettre du nom de famille du/de la requérantle) peut être utilisée ) 



.\om et prénom officiels et adresse aux fins de signification numéro 
et rue. municipalité, code postal, numéros de téléphone et de lélé- 
a^ieur el adresse électronique (le cas échéant). 



Som et adresse de l 'arocallel — numéro el rue. municipalité, code 
postal, numéros de téléphone el de télécopieur et adresse éleclnmique 
(le cas échéant) 



Intimé(cKs) (S'il y a unie) iniimé(e). la première lettre de son nom de famille peut être utilisée 1 



Som et prénom officiels el adresse aux fins de signification — numéro 
el rue. municipalité, code postal, numéros de téléphone el de télé- 
copieur et adresse électronique (le cas échéant). 



Som el adresse de I 'avocai(e) — numéro et rue. municipalité, code 
postal, numéros de téléphone el de télécopieur et adresse électronique 
(le cas échéant). 



1. ie ta wpjieWe (nom el prénom officiels) 

et )'hiù>'ns à (municipalité el province/ 

2. i£'1arcquérant(c)est mon «conjoint» au sens de la partie Vit du \a Loi sur tes services à l'enfance el à la famille. 

i. Je ne suis pas le «père» ou la(imcrc»de Tcnfant dans cette cause au sens de la partie VU de \^ Loi sur tes services à l'enfance et à la famille. 



Je cofusens a l 'adoption de : (Donnez les nom el prénom officiels, la dale de naissance, te sese el, s 'il est connu, le numéro d enregisiremeni 
de la naissance de la personne qui doit être adoptée. Si celle personne est un pupille de la Couronne ou qu'elle a élé placée en vue de son 
adoption par un lilulaire de permis ou une société d aide à l enfonce, vous /x/uvc: utiliser une initiale pour le nom de famille.) 



i\om el prénom officiels Dale de naissance 
par moa coajoiM (nom el prénom officiels du conjoint) 



Sejie Numéro d 'enregistrement de ta naissance 



Date des signatures 



Signature de la personne qui n est pas le père ou la mère 



Signature d un avocat indépendant 



R£MARQl'l£ : Le présent consentement doit être signé en 
présence d'un avocat indépendant qui doit fournir ci-dessous 
l'afndavitde témoin à la signature attestant la foumiturede conseils 
juridiques indépendants. Si la personne qui donne son consentement 
a moins de IX ans. le consentement doit également être accompagne 
d 'une attestation de l 'avocat des enfants selon la fonnulc 341. 

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Formule 34B : Conscnltmciil d'une personne autre que le (p*EC 2) Numéro de do.s!tier du firtfte . 

pire ou I» mère à Tndoplion par le conjoint 



AFFIDAVIT DE TÉMOIN .\ LA SlGNATl'RE ATTESTANT l,A FOIRNITIRE 
DE CONSEILS JlJRIDIQlJFJi INDÉPENDANTS 


el je décliire sous serment/j'aflîrme solennellement que les renseignements suivants sont véridiques : 


et je ne represent personne d'autre dans cette cause d'adoption. 

2. J 'ai explique ce qui suit à (nom et prénom officiels de la personne qui n 'est fxis le père ou la mère) 

n la nature et l'effet d'une adoption selon le droit de l'Ontario; 

D la nature cl l'cflct du présent consentement: 

D les circonstances dans lesquelles le présent consentement peut être retiré: 

D le droit de recevoir des conseils professionnels. 

3. Apres mon explication, la personne m'a dit qu'elle voulait signer te pré.senl con-sentenienl. j 

4. J 'étais préscnt(e) lorsque la personne a signé le présent consentement et je lai signé comme témoin. 


Déclaré sous semienl/Aniniic 




municipalité 
à/en/au 


province. Étal ou pays 
le 


Signature 

(La présente formule doit être 

signée en présence d 'un avocat, d 'un Juge de 

/xiix. d'un notaire ou d'un commissaire aux 

affidavits.^ 




"^""^ Commissaire aux affidavits 

(Dactylographiez le nom ou écrivez-le en caractères 
d imprimerie ci-dessous si la signature est illisible.) 



9. (1) Sous réserve du paragraphe (2), le présent règlement entre en vigueur le 28 avril 2003. 
(2) Le paragraphe 8 (7) entre en vigueur le jour du dépôt du présent règlement. 

14/03 



ONTARIO REGULATION 92/03 

made under the 
COURTS OF JUSTICE ACT 

Made: February 11,2003 

Approved: March 19,2003 

Filed: March 21, 2003 

AmendingO. Reg. 114/99 
(Family Law Rules) 

Note: Since the end of 2002, Ontario Regulation 114/99 has been amended by Ontario Regulations 56/03 and 91/03. 
Previous amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

1. (1) Subrule 13 (1) of Ontario Regulation 114/99 is revoked and the following substituted: 

FINANCIAL STATEMENT WITH APPLICATION, ANSWER OR MOTION 

(1) If an application, answer or notice of motion contains a claim for support, a property claim, or a claim for exclusive 
possession of the matrimonial home and its contents, 



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(a) the party making the claim shall serve and file a financial statement (Form 13 or 13. 1) with the document that contains 
the claim; and 

(b) the party against whom the claim is made shall serve and file a financial statement within the time for serving and 
filing an answer, reply or affidavit in response to the motion, whether the party is serving an answer, reply or affidavit 
in response to the motion or not. 

FORM 13 FOR SUPPORT CLAIM WITHOUT PROPERTY CLAIM 

(1.1) If the application, answer or notice of motion contains a claim for support but does not contain a property claim or a 
claim for exclusive possession of the matrimonial home and its contents, the financial statement used by the parties under 
these rules shall be in Form 13. 

FORM 13.1 FOR PROPERTY CLAIM WITH OR WITHOUT SUPPORT CLAIM 

(1.2) If the application, answer or notice of motion contains a property claim or a claim for exclusive possession of the 
matrimonial home and its contents, the financial statement used by the parties under these rules shall be in Form 13.1, 
whether a claim for support is also included or not. 

EXCEPTION, CERTAIN SUPPORT CLAIMS 

(1.3) If the only claim for support contained in the application, answer or notice of motion is a claim for child support in 
the amount specified in the table of the applicable child support guidelines, the party making the claim is not required to file a 
financial statement, unless the application, answer or notice of motion also contains a property claim or a claim for exclusive 
possession of the matrimonial home and its contents. 

TRANSITION 

(1.4) A person who files a financial statement or a new fmancial statement on or after April 28, 2003, is required to use 
Form 13 or Form 13.1, as the case may be, as made by Ontario Regulation 92/03, even if the case was started before April 
28, 2003. 

(2) Subrule 13 (2) of the Regulation is amended by striking out "answer, reply or notice of motion" and substituting 
'*answer or notice of motion". 

(3) Subrule 13 (3) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

FINANCIAL STATEMENTS IN CUSTODY AND ACCESS CASES 

(3) If an application, answer or notice of motion contains a claim for custody of or access to a child and this rule does not 
otherwise require the parties to serve and file financial statements, the court may order each party to serve and file a financial 
statement in Form 13 within the time decided by the court. 

(4) Subrule 13 (7) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

INCOME TAX DOCUMENTS REQUIRED 

(7) The clerk shall not accept a party's financial statement for filing unless, 

(a) copies of the party's income tax returns and notices of assessment for the three previous taxation years are attached as 
the form requires; 

(b) the financial statement contains the party's signed direction to the Canada Customs and Revenue Agency (Form 13 A) 
for disclosure of the party's income and deduction printouts; or 

(c) the financial statement contains a sworn statement that the party is not required to file an income tax return because of 
the Indian Act (Canada). 

2. Rule 23 of the Regulation is amended by adding the following subrule: 

MEANING OF "CITY OR TOWN" 

(4.1) For the purposes of subrule (4), a municipality shall be considered a city or town if it was a city or town on 
December 3 1,2002. 

3. (1) Forms 8 and 8A of the Regulation are revoked and the following substituted: 



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Form 8 

Courts of Justice Act 
APPLICATION 



f SEAL 1 



(Name o/courl) 



Covrt File Number 



Form 8: Application 
(General) 



Court office address 



Applic«nt(») 



Full legal name <t address /or service — street & number, municipality, 
postal code, telephone & fia numbers and e-mail address (ifarry). 



Ixiwyer 's name A address — street & number, municipality, postal 
code, telephone &fisx numbers and e-mail address (if any). 



Re«pondcBt(s) 



Full legal name A address for service — street <t number, municipality, 
postal code, telephone & fia numbers and e-mail address (if any). 



Lawyer's name A address — street A number, municipality, postal 
code, telephone A fax numbers and e-mail address (if any). 



TO THE RESPONDENT(S): 

A COURT CASE HAS BEEN STARTED AGAINST YOU IN THIS COURT. THE DETAILS ARE SET OUT ON 

THE ATTACHED PAGES. 



D 



THE nRST COURT DATE IS (date) . 
at: (address) 



..AT Qa.m. Qp-ia. or as soon as possible after that time. 



NOTE: If this is a divorce case, no date will be set unless an Answer is filed. If you have also been served with a notice of motion, there may be 
an earlier court date and you or your lawyer should come to court for the motion. 



Q THIS CASE IS ON THE FAST TRACK OF THE CASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM. A cose management judge will be assigned by 
the time this case fitst comes before a judge. 

Q THIS CASE IS ON THE STANDARD TRACK OF THE CASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM. No e«an date has beca set fer thb case 

but, ifyou have been served with a notice of motion, it has a court date and you or your lawyer should come to court for the motion. A case 
managementjudge willnotbe assigned until one of the parties asks the cleticofthe court to schedule a case conference or until a notice of 
motion under subrule 14(5) is served before a case «mfereace has been held. If, after 200 days, the case has not been scheduled for trial, the 
clerk of the court will send out a waning that the case will be dismissed in 30 days unless the parties file proof that the case has been settled 
or one of the parties asks for a case confèieoce or a settlement oonfeiatce. 

IF YOU WANT TO OPPOSE ANY CLAIM IN THIS CASE, you or your lav»yer must prepare an Answer (Foim 10 — a Wank copy should be 
attached), serve a copy on the applicant(a) and file a copy in the court office with an Affidavit of Service (Form 6B). YOU HAVE ONLY M 
DAYS AFTER THIS APPLICATION IS SERVED ON YOU (M DAYS IF THIS APPLICATION IS SERVED ON YOU OUTSIDE 
CANADA OR THE UNITED STATES) TO SERVE AND FILE AN ANSWER. IF YOU DO NOT, THE CASE WILL CO AHEAD 
WFTHOUT YOU AND THE COURT MAY MAKE AN ORDER AND ENFORCE IT AGAINST YOU. 



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Form 9: Application (General) (page 2) 



Court file number . 



Check the box of the paragraph that appliei to your case 

D 



D 



This case includes a claim for support It does not include a claim for property or exclusive possession of the matrimonial home and its 
contents. You MUST fill out a Financial Statement (Form 13 - a blank copy attached), serve a copy on the applicant(s) and file a copy In the 
court office with an Affidavit of Service even if you do not answer this case. 

This case includes a claim for property or exclusive possession of the matrimonial home and its contents. You MUST fill out a Financial 
Statement (Form 13.1 -ablankcopy attached), serve a copy on the applicant(3) and file a copy inthecourtotftce with an Affidavit of Service 
even ifyou do not answer this case. 



IF YOU WANT TO MAKE A CLAIM OF YOUR OWN, you or your lav^yer must fill out the claim portion in the Answer, serve a copy on the 
applicant(s) and file a copy in the court office with an Affidavit of Service. 

• Ifyou want to make a claim for support but do not want to make a claim for property or exclusive possession of the matrimonial home 
and its contents, you MUST fill out a FinaiKial Statement (Form 1 3), serve a copy on the applicanl(s) and file a copy in the court oflioe. 

• However, if your only claim for suppôt is for child support in the table amount specified under the Child Suf^xirt Guidelines, you do not 
need to fill out, serve or file a Financial Statement. 

• Ifyou want to make a claim for property or exclusive possession of the matrimonial home and its contents, whether or not it includes a 
claim for support, you MUST fill out a Financial Statement (Form 13.1, not Form 13), serve a copy on the applicant(s), and file a copy 
in the court office. 

YOU SHOULD GET LEGAL ADVICE ABOUT THIS CASE RIGHT AWAY. Ifyou cannot aflbnl a lawyer, you may be able to get help 
from your local Legal Aid Ontario office. (See your telephone directory under LEGAL AID.) 



Date of issue 



Clerk of the court 



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Form 8: Applicatioa (Geaeral) (pafc 3) 



Court nk Butnber . 



FAMILY HISTORY 



APPLICANT: Age: Birthàaie: (d.m,y) 

Reiuient in (immicipolity A province) 

since fdate) 

Surname at birth: Surname just before marriage: 

Divorced before? Q No □ Yes (Place and dale o/previous divorce) 



RESPONDENT: Age: Birthdate: (d.m.y) 

Resident in (municipality dc province) 

since /ii!3/e) 

Surname at birth: Sumamejust before marriage: 

Divorced before? Q No Q Yes (Place and dote of previous divorce) 



RELATIONSHIP DATES: 

[3 Married on (date) 
Q Separated on (date) 



[~| Started living together on (dale) 
□ Never lived together 



Q Still living together 



THE CHILD(REN): 

List all children involved in this case, even if no claim is made for these children. 



Full legal name 


Age 


Birthdate 

(d.m.y) 


Resident in 

(municipality A province) 


Now Living With 

(name of person and relationship lo child) 









































































PREVIOUS CASES OR AGREEMENTS 

Have the parties or the children been in a court case before? 

□ No Q Yes (Attach a Summary of Court Cases — Form 8E.) 

Have the parties made a written agreement dealing with any matter involved in this case? 

Q No □ Yes (Give date of offvement. Indicate which ofits terms are in dispute. Attach an additional page if you need more space.) 



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Form S: Application (Geocnil) (pace 4) 



Court file Barabcr . 



CLAIM BY APPLICANT 



I ASK THE COLUT FOR TH£ FOLLOWING: 

(Claims below include claims for temporary orders.} 



Claims under tke Divorce Ad 










Claims rehtiag to property 1 


(Check boxes in this column only if you are 




Claims under the Family Law Act or 


(Check boxes in this column only if your 


asking for a divorce and your case is in aie 
Family Court of the Superior Court of Justice.) 




OtUirtn 's Law KeformAct 


case is in the Family Court of the Superior 








Court of Justice.) 


00 D a divorce 


10 


o 


support for me 


20 


Q equalization of net family 


01 Q support for ine 


11 


D 


support for child(ren Viable amount 




properties 


02 Q support for child(ren>-tabk amount 


12 


D 


support for child(ren>-other than 


21 


[~| exclusive possession of 


03 □ support for child(ten)-other than 






table amount 




matrimonial home 


table amount 


13 


n 


custody of child(ren) 


22 


Q exclusive possession of contents 


04 Q aistodyofchild(ren) 


14 


D 


access to diild(ren) 




of matrim<»ial home 


05 □ access to chikKren) 


15 


D 


restraining/non-harassment order 


23 


Q freezing assets 




16 


D 


indexing spousal support 


24 


Q sale of family property 




17 


n 


indexing same-sex partner support 








18 


D 


decimation of parentage 








19 


D 


guardianship over child's property 






Otbcr claims 


50 


D 


Other (Specie'.) 






30 □ costs 












31 Q annulment of mairiage 












32 PI prejudgment interest 













Give details of the order that you want the court to make. (Include any amounts of support (if known) and the names of the children for whom 
support, custody or access is claimed.) 



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Form 8: Applkttion (General) (page 5) Court file «umber . 



IMPORTANT FACTS SUPPORTING MY CLAIM FOR DIVORCE 

Q Separation: The spouses have lived separate and apart siace ^<fo/f^ and 

Q have not lived together again since that date in an unsuccessful attempt to reconcile. 

[~| have lived together again during the following period(s) in an unsuccessfiil attempt to reconcile: (Give dales.) 

Q Adultery: The respondent has committed adultery. (Give details. It is not necessary lo name any other person involved but, if you do 
name the other person, then you must serve this of^icaiion on the other person.) 



Q CnwHy : The respondent has treated the applicant with physical or mental cruelty of such a kind as to make continued cohabitation 

intolerable. (Give details.) 



IMPORTANT FACTS SUPPORTING MY OTHER CLAIM{S) 

(Set out below the facts that form the legal basis for your other claim(s). Attach an additional page if you need more space.) 



Put a line through any space left on this page. If additional space is needed, extra pages may be attached. 



Date of signature Signature of applicant 

For divorce cases only LAWYER'S CERTIFICATE 

My name is: 

and 1 am the applicant's lauyer in this divorce case. 1 certify that 1 have complied with the requirements of section 9 of the Divorce Act. 



Date Signature of Lawyer 



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.G 



Form 8A 

Courts of Justice Act 
APPLICATION (DIVORCE) 




(Same of court) 



at 



Court office address 



Court Kilt Numbtr 



Form SA: Application 
(divorce) Q Simple 
D Joint 



Applicant($) 



iMwytr's name i address — street <S number, municipality, postal 
code, telephone i fax numbers and e-mail address (if any). 



Full legal name A address for service street <t number, municipality. 
postal code, telephone A fia numbers and e-mail address ((fanyj. 



Rc$pondent(s) 



Full legal name A address for service - street A number, municipality. 
postal code, telephone A fax numbers and e-mail address (if any). 



LiHwr s name A address — street A number, municipality, postal 
code, telephone A fia numbers and e-mail address (if any). 



□ IN THIS CASE, THE APPLICANT IS CLAIMING DIVORCE ONLY. 

TO THE RESPONDENT(S): A COURT CASE FOR DIVORCE HAS BEEN STARTED AGAINST YOU IN THIS 
COURT. THE DETAILS ARE SET OUT ON THE ATTACHED PAGES. 

THIS CASE IS ON THE STANDARD TRACK OF THE CASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM. No court date b«5 beta set 
for ihb case but, ifyou have been served with a notice of motion, it has a court date and yott or your lawyer should coinc lu court lor the motion. 
A case management judge nill not be a.<isigncd until one of the parties asks the clerk of the court to schedule a case cunt'crencc or until a notice of 
motion under subrule 14(5) is served before a case conference has been held. If. after 200 days, the case has not been scheduled for trial, the clerk 
of the court will send out a warning that the case will be dismissed in 30 days unless the parties file proof that the case has been settled or one of the 
parties «tks for a case conference or a settlement conference. 

IF YOU WANT TO OPPOSE ANY CLAIM IN THIS CASE, you or your lawyer must preparr an Answer (Form 10 - a blank copy 
should be attached), .serve a copy on the applicant and file a copy in the court office with an Affidavit of Service (Fonn 6B). YOU HAVE 
ONLY 30 DAYS AFTER THIS APPLICATION IS SERVED ON YOU (60 DAYS IF THIS APPLICATION IS 
SERVED ON YOU OUTSIDE CANADA OR THE UNITED STATES) TO SERVE AND FILE AN ANSWER. IF 
YOU DO NOT, THE CASE WILL GO AHEAD WITHOUT YOU AND THE COURT MAY MAKE AN ORDER 
AND ENFORCE IT AGAINST YOU. 

IF YOU WANT TO MAKE A CLAIM OF YOUR OWN, you or your lawyer must nit out the claim portion in the Answer, serve a 
copy on the applicant<s) and file a copy in the court ofllcc with an Affidavit of Service. 

• Ifyou want to make a claim lor support but do not wml lo make a claim for property or exclusive possession of the matrimonial home and its 
contents, you MUST fill out a Financial Statement (Form 13), serve a copy on the applicanl(s) and file a copy in the court office. 

• However, if your only claim for support is for child support in the table amount specified under the Child Support Guidelines, you do not need 
to fill out. serve or file a Financial Statement. 

• Ifyou want lo make a claim for property or exclusive possession of the matrimonial home and its contents, whether or not il includes a claim 
for support, you M(!ST fill out a Financial Statement (Form 1 3. 1 . not Form l3),serveacopy on theappiicant(s), and file a copy in the court 
office. 

YOU SHOULD CET LEOAI. ADVICE ABOUT THIS C:aSE RIGHT AWAY. Ifyou cannot afford a lawyer, you may be able to get help 
from your local l^gal Aid Ontario offici;. fSee your telephone directory under LEGAL AID.) 



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Form 8A: Application (Divorce) (paf;c 2) 



Court file number . 



D THIS CASE IS A JOINT APPLICATION FOR DIVORCE. THE DETAILS ARE SET OUT ON THE 
ATTACHED PAGES. The application and alTidavits in support of the application will be presented to a judgewticn the materials have 
been checked for completeness. 

If you are requesting anything other than a simple divorce, such as support or property or exclusive possession of the matrimonial 
home and its contents, then refer to page 1 for instructions regarding the Financial Statement you should file. 



I 



Date of issue 



Clerk of the court 

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Form 8A: AppHcatk» (Divorce) (pa^ 3) 



Court file number . 



FAMILY HISTORY 



HUSBAND: Age: mtùiàaie: (d.m.y) 

VxiiàaA'm (municipality & province) 

smcc (date) 

Surname at birth: Surname just before marriage: 

Divorced before? Q No Q Sts (Place and dale of previous divorce) 



WIFE: Age: Bitthdate: (</.«.>■; 

Resident in (imoticipality A province) 

smcc(date) 

Surname at birth: Surname just before marriage: 

Divorced before? □ No Q \ts (Place and date of fxrevious divorce) 



RELATIONSHIP DATES: 

r~l Married on (date) 
l~) ScparSed on (date) 



[~) Started living together on (date) 
□ Never lived together 



THE CHILD(REN): 

List all children involved in this case, even if no claim is made for these children. 



Full legal name 


Age 


Birthdate 

(d.m,y) 


Resident in 

(municipality it province) 


Now Living With 

(name of person and relationship to child) 









































































PREVIOUS CASES OR AGREEMENTS 

Have the parlies or the children been in a court case before? 

□ No D Yes (Attach a Summary of Court Cases — Form 8E.) 

Have the parties made a written agreement dealing with any matter involved in this case? 

□ No □ Yd (Give date of agreement. Indicate which ofits terms are in dispute. Attach an additional page if you need more space.) 



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Form 8A: Appikatioa (Divorce) (page 4) 



Court (ik number . 



CLAIMS 



USE THIS FRAME ONLY IF THIS CASE IS A JOINT APPLICATION FOR DIVORCE. 


WE JOINTLY ASK THE COURT FOR THE FOLLOWING: 






Cliimi uoder the Divorce Act 




Clainu under the Family Law Act or 


Claims relating to property | 






Children 's Law Reform Act 






00 Q a divorce 




10 


n spousal support 


20 


Q equalization of net family 


01 □ spousal support 




II 


□ support for child(ren)-table amount 




properties 


02 n support for child(ren)-table 


amount 


12 


Q support for child(rcn)-other than 


21 


Q exclusive possession of 


03 □ support for chil<i(ren)-other 


than 




table amount 




matrimonial home 


table amount 




13 


|~1 custody orchild(ren) 


22 


□ exclusive possession of contents 


04 □ custody of child(ren) 




14 


Q access to child(ren) 




of matrimonial home 


05 Q access to child(ren) 




15 


□ resunining/non-harassment order 


23 


Q freezing assets 






16 


Q] indexing spousal support 


24 


□ sale of family property 






17 


Q declaration of parentage 










18 


Q] guardianship over diild's property 














Other cbims 










30 


□ costs 










31 


[J annulment ofmarriage 










32 


□ prejudgment interest 










50 


n OAtt (Specify.) 



USE THIS FRAME ONLY IF THE APPLICANT'S ONLY CLAIM IN THIS CASE IS FOR DIVORCE. 



I ASK THE COURT FOR: 

00 □ a divorce 



(Check ifapplicable.) 
30 □ costs 



IMPORTANT FACTS SUPPORTING THE CLAIM FOR DIVORCE 



Q Separation: The spouses have lived separate and apart since C<iii(e^ and 

Q have not lived together again since that date in an unsuccessful attempt to reconcile. 
[3 have lived together again during the following period(s) in an unsuccessful attempt to reconcile: 
(Give dates.) 

Q Adaltery: (Nome of spouse) has committed adultery. 

(Give details It is not necessary to name any other person involved but if you do name the other person, then you must serve this application 
on the other person.) 



□ Cruelly: (Name of spouse) has treated /nome o/ 

spouse] with physical or mental cruelty of 

such a kind as to make continued cohabitation intolerable. (Give tietails.) 



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1 n 



Form 8A: ApplicatioB (Divorce) (page 5) 



Coort file Dombcr . 



USE THIS FRAME ONLY IF THIS CASE IS A JOINT APPLICATION FOR DIVORCE. 

The details of the other ordei<s) that we jointly ask the court to make are as follows: (fnciude any amounts of support and the names of the children 
for whom support, custody or access is to be ordered) 



IMPORTANT FACTS SUPPORTING OUR CLA1M(S) 

(Set out below the facts that form the legal basis for your claim(s). Attach an additional page if you need more space.) 



Put a line through any blank space left on this page. 



In a Joint appiication for divorce, there will be two signatures - one for each spouse. But in an application where the applicant's only claim is 
for divorce, you and your lawyer are the only one* who will sign and you should strike out the Inapprcpripte zone for your spouse's signature 
and correspontSng date. 



Date ofsigftature 



Sigftature of applicant husband 



Date of signature 



Signature of applicant wife 



LAWYER'S CERTIFICATE 



My name is: 

«id I am the lawyer for (name) 

complied with the requirements of section 9 of the Divorce Act 



in this divorce case. I certify that I have 



Dale 



Signature of Lawyer 



(2) Forms 10 and lOA of the Regulation are revoked and the following substituted: 



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Form 10 

Courts of Justice Act 
ANSWER 



(Name of court) 



Court FUc Number 



Form 10: Answer 



at 



Court office address 



AppUcant(s) 



Full legal name & address jor service - street & number, municipality, 
postalcode, telephone i fia numbers and e-mail address (if any). 



Lawyer 's name & address — street * number, municipality, postal 
code, telephone A fax numbers and e-mail address (if any). 



RcspoDdeDt(s) 



Full legal name & address for service — street <S number, municipality, 
postalcode, telephone Afisx numbers and e-mail address (tfany). 



Lawyer s name * address — street & number, municipality, postal 
code, telephone & fax numbers and e-mail address (tfany). 



Same <t address of Children 's Lawyer 's agent for service (street <S number, municipality, postal code, telephone A fax numbers and e-mail address 
(if any)) and name of person represented. 



INSTRUCTIONS: Financial Statement 



COMPLETE A FINANCIAL STATEMENT (Fomi 13) IF: 

• you are making or responding to a claim for spousal support; or 

• you are responding to a claim for child support; or 

• you are making a claim for child support in an amount different from the tabic amount specified under the Child Support Guidelines. 

You must complete ail pans of the form UNLESS you are ONLY responding to a claim for child support in the table amount specified under the 
Chikl Support Guidelines AND you agree with the claim, bi that case, only complete Puts 1, 2 and 3. 

COMPLETE A FINANCIAL STATEMENT (Form 13.1) IF; 

• you are making or responding to a claim for property or exclusive possession of the matrimonial home and its contents; or 

• you arc making or responding to a claim for propeity or exclusive possession of the matrimonial homt and its contents together with other 
claims for relief 



TO THE APPLICANT(S): 

If you are making a claim against someone who is not an applicant, insert the person's name and address here. 
AND TO: (ftill legal name) 

tt (address of added party) 



as added mpoodcat. 



iAy too» ii (fiill legal name) 

1 . i agree with the following claiin(s) made by the applioait (liefer to the numbers alongside the boxes on page 3 of the applicalionfbrm.) 



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Form 10: Answer (page 2) 



Court file Dumber . 



2. I do not agree with the following claim(s) nude by the applicant: (Again, refer to the numben alongside the boxes on page 3 of the application 
form.) 



3. Q 1 am asking that the applicant's claim (except for the parts with which I agree) be dismissed with costs. 

4. Q I am making a claim of my own. 

(Attach a "Claim by Respondent "page and include il as page 3. Olheroise. do not attach it.) 

i. □The FAMILY HISTORY, as set out in the application, Q is correct. 

Q isDotconccL 
(tfit is not correct, attach your own FAMIL Y HISTORY page and underline those parts that art different from the applicant's version.) 

6. The important facts that fbim the legal basis for my posilioD in paragraph 2 are as follows: 

(In numbered para ffvphs, set out the facts for your position. Attach an additional sheet and rmmber it if you need more space.) 



Put a tine through arry ^>ace left on this page. 



Date of signature 



Respondem 's signature 

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O. Reg. 92/03 



Form 10: Aaswcr (pafc 3) 



Court ilk Bumbcr . 



CLAIM BY RESPONDENT 

Fill out a separate claim page for each person against whom you are making your claimfsj. 

THIS CLAIM IS MADE AGAINST 

□ THE APPLICANT 

□ AN ADDED PARTY, whose name is: (fiilt legal name) 

(If your claim is against an added parly, make sure that this person 's name t^jpears on page I of this form.) 

I ASK THE COURT FOR THE FOLLOWING: 
(Claims below include claims for temporary orders.) 



Claims luder tbc Divorce Ad 




Claims relating to property 








(Check boxes in this column only if you are 


(Cheek boxes in this column only if your case 








asking for a divorce and your case is in the 


is in 


the Family Court of the Superior Court of 






Family Court of the Superior Court of Justice.) 


Justice.) 








00 □ a divorce 


20 


□ equalization ofnet family properties 


40 


D 


access 


1 LI support for me 


21 


□ exchisive possession of matrimonial 


41 


D 


lesser protection order 


02 Q support for child(ren)-table amount 




home 


42 


D 


return of child(ren) to my care 


03 |_J support for child(ren)-o(her than 


22 


□ exchisive possession of contents of 


43 


n 


place child(ren) into care of (name) 


table amount 
04 □ custody of chiUI(ren) 


23 


matrimonial home 
Q freezing assets 


44 


D 




children's aid society wardship for 


05 n access to child(ren) 


24 


1 1 sale of tamily property 






months 








45 


D 


society supervision of my 

chiW(rcn) 


Claims aadcr the FamUy Law Actor 
Children 's Law Kefortn Ad 


Other ciaimi 


10 □ support for me 


30 


□ costs 


1 1 □ support for child(ren)-table amount 


31 


Q annulment of marriage 








12 □ support for child(reo)-otber than 


32 


□ prejudgment interest 








table amount 












13 n custody of child(ren) 












14 Q access to child(ren) 












15 □ rcstiaining/non-harassment order 












16 □ indexing spousal support 












17 Q indexing same-sex partner support 












18 Q declaration of parentage 












1 9 □ guardianship over child's property 












50 □ Other (Specify.) 



Give details of the order that you want the court to make. (Include any amounts of support (if known) and the name(s) of the child(ren)for whom 
support, custody or access is claimed.) 



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Form 10: Auwcr (page 4) 



C«art fik ■■nibcr . 



IMPORTANT FACTS SUPPORTWG MY CLAIM(S) 

(In mmbend paragr<^)hs, set oui the facts that farm the legal basis for your claimfj). Attach an additional page and nwnber it if you need more 
space.) 



Put a line ikrough any space lefi on this page. 



Date of signature 



Respondent 's signature 



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Form lOA 

Courts of Justice Act 
REPLY 



(Some of court) 



at 



Court office address 



Court Fil« Number 



Form lOA: Reply by 

G applicant 

□ added respondent 



Applicant(s) 



Fu/I legal name <i address for service street & number, municipality, 
postal code, telephone A Jiix numbers and e-mail address (if any) 



Lawyer's name & address street & number, municipality, postal 
code, telephone & fas numbers and e-mail address (if any I, 



Respondent(s) 



Full legal name & address for service street & number, municipality, 
postal code, telephone éc fax numbers and e-mail address (if any! . 



Lawyer's name & address — street & number, municipality, postal 
code, telephone A fax numbers and e-mad address (ifanyi. 



Children's Lawyer 



Same & address of Children's Lawyer's agent for service (street & number, munici/xility, /lostal code, telephone & fax numbers and e-mail 
address I if any» and name of person represented. 



INSTRUCTIONS: Financial Statement 



COMPLETE A FINANCIAL STATEMENT (Form 13) IF: 

• ycxi arc responding lo a claim for spousal support; or 

• you arc responding to a claim for child support. 

You must complete all parts of the fonn UM.CSS you are ONl.'^' responding lo a claim for child support in the table amount specified under the 
Child Support Ciuidelincs AND you agree with the claim. In that case, only complete Parts I. 2 and 3. 

COMPLETE A FINANCIAL STA I EMENT (Forni 13.1) IF: 

• you are responding lo a claim for property or exclusive possession of the matrimonial home and its conienLs. or 

• you are responding to a claim for property or exclusive possession of the matrimonial home and its contents together with other claims for 
relief. 



TO ALL PARTIES: 

1 . My name is (full legal name) . 



i agree with the following claimls) made by the respondent in his/her answer (Refer to the numbers alongside the boxes on page 3 of the 
answerform./ 



3. i dt) not agree with the following cliùm(s) made by the respondent: (Again, refer lo the numbers alongside the bo.tes on page i of the answer 
form.) 



Q 1 am a.skiiig thai the respondent's claim (except for Uie parts with which I agree) be dismissed with costs. 



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I > 



_;__ ( 



Form lOA: Reply (page 2) 



Court file number . 



5, The important facts supporting my position in paragrai^ 3 are as follows: 

(Jn manbtred paragn^jhs. sel out Ote ruaomfor your position. Attach an additional sheet and number it if you need more space.) 



Put a line through any space left on this page. 



Date of signature 



Signature 



(3) Form 13 of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 



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Form 13 

Courts of Justice Act 
FINANCIAL STATEMENT 



(Same of court) 



at 



Court office address 



Court File Number 



Form 13: 

Financial Statement 

(Support Claims) 

sworn/affîrmed 



i 



Applicant(s) 



Full legal name * address for service — street A number, municipality, 
postal code, telephone <S Jdx numbers and e-mail address Of any)- 



Lawyer 's name 4 address — street & number, municipality, postal 
code, telephone &fax numbers ande-mail address (if any). 



Respondent(s) 



Full legal name & address for service — street * number, municipality, 
postal code, telephone &fax numbers and e-mail address (if any}. 



Lawyer's name A address — street A number, municipality, postal 
code, telephone A fax numbers and e-mail address (if airy). 



INSTRUCTIONS 



YOU DO NOT NEED TO COMPLETE THIS FORM IF: 

• your only claim for support is for child support in Ihe table amount specified under the Child Support Guidelines and you are not 
making or responding to a claim described in paragraph 3 below. 

USE THIS FORM IF: 

• you are malcing or responding to a claim for spousal support; or 

• you arc resporuling to a claim for child support; or 

• you arc making a claim for child support in an amount different from the ubie amount specified under the Child Support 
Guidelines. 

You must complete all parts of the form UNLESS you are ONLY responding to a claim for child support in the trfile amount specified 
under the Child Su^nrt Guidelines AND you agree with the claim. In that case, only complete Parts 1, 2 and 3. 

DO NOT USE THIS FORM AND INSTEAD USE FORM 13.1 IF: 

• you are making or responding to a claim for property or exclusive possession of the matrimonial home and Us contents; or 

• you are making or responding to a claim for property or exclusive possession of the matrimonial home and its contents together 
with other claims for relief. 



L My Banub (full legal name) 

I live in (municipality A province) 

aid I swcar/aflinn that the fallowiac is true: 

My financial statement set out on the following (jpec{^mMB*er; pages is accurate to the best ofmy knowledge and belief and 

sets out the financial àtaMioa ta of (give date for which information is accurate) for 

n the folkiwing perso»i(s): (Give name(s) and relationship to you ) 



Check one or 
more boxes, as 
circumstances 
require. 



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Form 13: Financial Statement (Support Claims) (page 2) 



Coaii file number . 



NOTE: When you show monthly income and expenses, give the current actual amount if you know il or can find out. To gel a monthly figure you 
must multiply any weekly income by 4. ii or divide any yearly income by 12. 



PART I: INCOME 

for the 12 months from (dale) \o (dale) 

Include all income and other money that you getfi'om all sources, whether taxable or not. Show the gross amount here and show your deductions 
in Part 3. 



CATEGORY 


Monthly 


I. 


Psy, wages, satary, including overtime (l>efore 
deductions) 




2. 


Bonuses, fées, comimssiom 




3. 


Social assistance 




4. 


Employment insurance 




5. 


Workers' compensation 




6. 


Pensions 




7. 


Dividends 




8. 


Interest 





CATEGORY 


Monthly 


9. 


Rent, lx>ard received 




I«. 


Canada Child Tax Benefit 




II. 


Support payments actudly received 




IX 


Income received by children 




13. 


G.ST, lefiind 




14. 


Payments from trust funds 




15. 


Gifts received 




16. 


Other (Specify, l/neeessary. attach an extra sheet) 




17. 


INCOME FROM ALL SOllRCiS 





PART 2: OTHER BENEFITS 

Show your non-cash benefits — such as the use of a company car, a club membership or room and board thai your employer or someone else 
provides for you or benefits thai are charged through or written off by your business. 



ITEM 


DETAILS 


Monthly Market 
Value 








18. TOTAL 





19. CROSS MO^THLY INCOME AND BENEFITS (Add |l7|/rfBi |18|.> S 



PART 3: AUTOMATIC DEDUCTIONS FROM INCOME 

for the 12 months from fdii/e^ to (dale) 



TYPE OF EXPENSE 


Monthly 


2*. 


Income tax deducted from pay 




21. 


Canada Pension Plan 




22. 


Other pension plans 




23. 


Employment insurance 




24. 


Union or associtfion dues 





TYPE OF EXPENSE 


Monthly 


25. 


Group insurance 




2^ 


Other (Spec^. If necessary, attach an extra sheet.) 




27. 


TOTAL AUTCWMATIC DEDUCTIONS 





2S. NET MONTHLY INCOME (Do the subtraction: [19] imnus [27] J S . 



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Form 13: Fiaancial Statement (Sappert Claimi) (page 3) 



Court file number . 



PART 4: TOTAL EXPENSES 

for the 12 months bom (dale) \o(dau) 

NOTE: If you need to complete this Part (see instructions on page 1), you must set out your TOTAL living expenses, including those expenses 



involving any children now living in your home. This part may also be used for a proposed budget. To prepare a proposed budget, photocopy Part 
4, complete as necessary, change the title to "Proposed Budget " and attach it to this form. 



TYPE OF EXPENSE 


Monthly 


Housing 


29. 


Rent/ moilgagc 




30. 


Property taxes & municipal levies 




31. 


Condominium fees & common expenses 




32. 


Water 




33. 


Electricity & heating fiiel 




34. 


Telephone 




35. 


Cable television ft pay television 




36. 


Home insurance 




37. 


Home repairs, maintenance, gardening 




Sub-total Of Hems |29] to |37| 




Food, Clothing and Transportation etc. 


38. 


Groceries 




39. 


Meals outside home 




40. 


General household supplies 




41. 


Hairdresser, barticr A toiletries 




4X 


Laundry ft dry cleaning 




43. 


Clothing 




44. 


Public transit 




45. 


Taxis 




46. 


Car insurance 




47. 


Licence 




48. 


Car loan payments 




49. 


Car maintenance and repairs 




50. 


Gasoline ft oil 




51. 


Parking 




Sub-total of items |38| to |S1| 




Health and Medical (do not include chitd(ren) 's expenses) 


52. 


Regular dental care 




53. 


Orthodontics or special dental care 




54. 


Médicale & drugs 




55. 


Eye glasses or contact lenses 




56. 


Life or term insurance picmiums 




Sub-toUl of items |52| to |56| 





SUMMARY OF INCOME AND EXPENSES 

Net monthly income (item |28| above) ~ $ 

Subtract actual monthly expenses (item |82| above) = S 

ACTUAL MONTHLY SURPLUSmEFICIT = $ 



TYPE OF EXPENSE 


Monthly 


Child(ren) 


57. 


School activities (field trips, etc.) 




51. 


School lunches 




59. 


School fees, books, tuition, etc. (for children) 




60. 


Summer camp 




61. 


Activities (music lessons, clubs, sports) 




62. 


Allowances 




63. 


Baby sitting 




64. 


Daycare 




65. 


Regular dental care 




66. 


Orthodontics or special dental caic 




67. 


Medicine & drugs 




68. 


Eye glasses or contact lenses 




Sub-toUl of items [57) to [681 




Miscellaneous and Other 


69. 


Books for home use, newspapers, magazines, 
videos, compact discs 




70. 


Gifts 




71. 


Charities 




72. 


Alcohol ft ti^acco 




73. 


Pet expenses 








74. 


School fees, books, tuition, etc 




75. 


Enteitanunent ft recreation 




76. 


Vacation 




77. 


Credit cards fltut not for expenses mentioned 
else\^re in the statement) 




78. 


R.R.S.P. or other savings plans 




79. 


Support actually being paid in any other case 




SO. 


Income tax and Canada Pension Plan 
(not deducted firm pay) 




8L 


Other (Specify. If necessary attach an extra 
sheet.) 




Sub-total of items |69| to [81] 




82. 


Total ofitems|29) to 181 1 





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Form 13: Financial Statcmeot (Support Chio») (page 4) 



Coart (ik number . 



PART 5: OTHER INCOME INFORMATION 

1. lam Q cmp\oyvi\>y (name and address of employer) 



Q self-employed, canning on business under the name of (name ami address of business) 



Q unemployed since (date when last employed) 



I attach the following required infonnation (i/you are filing this statement to update or correct an earlier statement, then you do not need to 
attach income tax returns that have already been filed with the court): 

Q a copy of my income tax returns that were filed with the Canada Customs and Revenue Agency for the past 3 taxation years, 
together with a copy of all material filed with the returns and a copy of any notices of assessment or re-assessment that I have 
received from the Canada Customs and Revenue Agency for those years; or 

Q a statement from the Canada Customs and Revenue Agency that I have not filed my income tax returns for the past 3 years; 

or 
Q a direction in Form I3A signed by me to the Taxation Branch of the Canada Customs and Revenue Agency for the disclosure 

of my lax returns and notices of assessment to the other party for the past 3 years. 



I attadi proof of my current income, including my most recent 

Q pay cheque stub. Q employment insurance stub. 



Q worker's compensation stub. 



Q pensitm stub. 



n Other. (Specify.) 



D 



(check if applicable) I am an Indian within the meaning of the lndi<m Act (Canada) and all my income is tax exempt and I am not 
required to file an income tax retim. I have therefore not attached an income tax return for the past thire years. 



PART 6: OTHER INCOME EARNERS IN THE HOME 

Complete this part only if you are making a claim for undue hardship or spousal support. Indicate at paragraph I or 2, whether you are living with 
another person (for examfAe, spouse, same sex partner, roommate or tenani). If you complete paragrxiph 2. also complete paragraphs 3 to 6. 

1. □ I live alone. 

2. I am living with (full legal name of person) 

3. This ptisoahas (give number) cfaild(ren) living in the home. 

4. Thisperson Q woiksat (place of work or business) 



S. This person 
i. This person 



□ does not work outside dte home. 

□ earns (give amount) $ per 

Q does not earn anything. 

□ contributes about S per 

Q contributes no money to the housefaotd expenses. 



. towards the household expenses. 



CoMtiniied on luxt sMeH. -» 



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O. Reg. 92/03 



Form 13; Financial StatencDt (Support Cbims) (page S) 



Conn file oombcr . 



PART 7: PROPERTY 



LAND 



Kindof Propert)' 


Address of Property 


Type of Ownership (Give your 
percentage of interest) 


Estimated Market Value of 
Your Interest 






83. TOTAL VALUE 





GENERAL ITEMS AND VEHICLES (including household goods and fiimiture, jewellery, cats, boats, tools, sports and hobby equipment) 



Description (inchiding where located, year and mal(e) 


Estimated Maricet Value 
(not replacement cost) 


84. TOTAL VALUE 





BANK ACCOUNTS, SAVINGS, SECURITIES AND PENSIONS (including R.R.S.P.'s, other savings plans, cash, accounts in Hnancial 
institutions, stocks, bonds, term deposits and controlling interest in an incorporaled business) 



Item/Type 


Institution (include location)/ 
Description (including issuer and date) 


Account Number 


Date of Maturity 


Amount/ 

Estimated Market Value 








85. TOTAL VALUE 





LIFE AND DISABILITY INSURANCE (List all policies now in existence.) 



Company, Type & Policy No. 


Beneficiary 


Face Amount 


Today's Cash 
Surrender Value 






86. TOTAL VALUE 





BUSINESS INTERESTS (Show any interest in an unincorporated btisiness owned today.) 



Name of Firm or Company 


Nature and Location of Business 


Interest 


Estimated Market Value 
of Your Interest 






87. TOTAL VALUE 





MONEY OWED TO YOU (including any court judgments in your favour, any estate money and any income tax refiinds ou-ed to you.) 
Details (including name of debtors) | Amount Owed to You 




OTHER PROPERTY 



Type of Property 



Description and Location 



Estimated Market Value 



89. TOTAL VALUE OF OTHER PROPERTY 



90. TOTAL VALUE OF ALL PROPERTY 

Add items la] to \S9] 



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Form 13: Financial Stattnent (Support Claims) (pa^e 6) 



Coart file nambcr . 



PART 8: DEBTS AND OTHER LIABILITIES 

Debts and other liabilities may inclade any money oired to the Canada Customs and Hevemte Agency, contingent liabilities such as guarantees or 
warranties given by you (but indicate that they are contingent), any unpaid legal or professional bills as a result of this case, mortgages, charges, liens, 
notes, credit cards, imd accounts payable. 



TypcofDtbl 


Creditor 


Dcuiis 


Montkly Payments 


Full Amount Now Owing 


Bank, trust or finance 
company, or credit union loans 










Amounts owed locnditcard 
con^aoies 










Other debts 














91. TOTAL OF DEBTS AND OTHER LIABILITIES: 





PART 9: SUMMARY OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES 



TOTAL ASSETS (from item |90| above) 


S 


Sabtract TOTAL DEBTS (fkm item |9I] above) 


S 


92. NET WORTH 


$ 



Q I do not expect changes in my financial situation. 

Q I do expect changes in my financial situation as follows: 



Q (attach I proposed budget Bitiie format of Part 4 of this form. 

NOTE: As soon as you find oui thai the Information in this financial sMement Is incorred or Incomiriele, or there Is a material change in your 
circunatancts that affects or tvUl affect the information in this financial statement, you MUST serve on every other parly to this case and file 
with the court: 

• a newfinanàal statement with updated information, or 

• if changes are minor, an i^fidavit in Form I4A setting out the tIeuUs of these changes. 



Swom/AfTirmcd before me at 




in 


municipality 




on 


province, stale or country 


Signature 

(This form Is to be signed In front of a lawyer, 

justice of the peace, notary public or 


dtae 


Commissioner far taking affidavits 
(Type or print name below If signature is illegible.) 


commissioner for taking affidavits.) 



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O. Reg. 92/03 



Form 13.1 

Courts of Justice Act 
FINANCIAL STATEMENT 



(Name of court) 



at 



Coart File Number 



Form 13.1: 

Financial Statement 

(Property and Support Claims) 

sworn/affirmed 



Court office oddras 



Applicant(s) 



Full legal name A address far service — street A number, municipality, 
postal code, telephone A fax numbers and e-mail address (if any). 



Lawyer 's name A address — street A number, municipality, postal 
code, telephone A fa numbers orul e-mail address (if any). 



Respondent(s) 



Full legal name A address far service — street A number, municipality, 
postal code, telephone A fax numbers and e-mail address (if any). 



Lawyer's name A address — street A number, municipality, postal 
code, telephone A fax numbers and e-mail address (if any). 



INSTRUCTIONS 



USE THIS FORM IF: 

« you are makiag or responding to a daim for property or exclusive possession of the malrimoniaJ home and its contents; or 
« you are making or responding to a claim for property or exclusive possession of the malrimoniaJ home and its contents tc^cther 
with other claims for relief. 

DO NOT USE THIS FORM AND INSTEAD USE FORM 1 3 IF: 

• you are making or responding to a daim tot support but NOT making or responding to a claim for properly or exclusive 
possession of the matrimonial home and its contents. 



My tunc is (full legal name) 

I live IB (municipality A province) 

■ad I swear/affirm that the IbllowiBg is troc: 

My financial statement set out on the M\Eiwm% (specify number) pages is accurate to the best ofmy knowledge and belief 

and sets out the fmancial situation s of (give date far which information is accurate) for 



Check one or 
more boxes, as 
circumstances 
require. 



D ■"« 

□ the <blk>wing person{s): (Give name(s) and relationship to you.) 



Cimtmited on other side. ■ 



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Form 13.1: FiMaeial SMtcmcat (Properly aad Support Claims) (page 2) 



Conrt file aambcr . 



NOTE: When you show monthly income and expenses, give the current actual amount if you know it or can find out. To gel a monthly figure you 
must multiply any weekly income by 4.33 or divide any yearly income by 12. 



PART 1: INCOME 



forlhe 12 monûa bom (date) lofdate) 

Include all income and other money that you gel from all sources, whether taxable or not. Show the gross amount here and show your deductions 
in Part 3. 



CATEGORY 


Monthly 


'• 


Pay, wages, salary, including oveitime (before 
deductions) 




J. 


Bonuses, fees, oonvnissions 




J. 


Social assistance 




4. 


Employment insurance 




5. 


Workers' compensation 




6. 


Pensions 




7. 


Dividends 




8. 


Interest 





CATEGORY 


Monthly 


9. 


Rent, board received 




10. 


Canada Child Tax Benefit 




11. 


Support payments actually received 




IL 


Income received by children 




13. 


GST. refund 




14. 


Payments from trust ftmds 




15. 


Gifts received 




I«. 


Other (Specify, (fnectisary.aiutch an extra sheet.) 




17. 


INCOME FHOM ALL SOURCES 





PART 2: OTHER BENEFITS 

Show your non-cash benefits — such as the use of a company car, a club membership or room and board that your employer or someone else 
provides far you or benefits thai are charged through or written off by your business. 



ITEM 


DETAILS 


Monthly Market 
Value 








18. TOTAL 





19. GROSS MONTHLY INCOME AND BENEFITS (Add \il\plus |18M $ 



PART 3: AUTOMATIC DEDUCTIONS FROM INCOME 

forthe 12 months from /tiiMr^ lo(date) 



TYPE OF EXPENSE 


Monthly 


20. 


Income tax deducted from pay 




2L 


Ca/ada Pension Plan 




22. 


Other pension plans 




23. 


Employment insurance 




24. 


Union or association dues 





TYPE OF EXPENSE 


Monthly 


25. 


Group insurance 




2«. 


Other (Specify. If necessary, attach an extra 
sheet.) 




27. 


TOTAL AUTOMATIC DEDUCTIONS 





28. NET MONTHLY INCOME (Do the subtraction: [19] innus |27y S . 



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Form I3.I: Fin*Bci«l SUtcmeat (Proptrty and Support Claims) (page 3) 



Court file number . 



PART 4: TOTAL EXPENSES 

for the 12 months 6xjm^dlo/e^ to (date) 

NOTE: Th'ii pan must be completed in all cases. You must set out your TOTAL living expenses, including those expenses involving any 



children now living in your home. This part may also be used for a proposed budget. To prepare a proposed budget, photocopy Part 4, 
complete as necessary, change the title to "Proposed Budget " and attach it to this form. 



TYPE OF EXPENSE 


Monthly 


Housiitg 


29. 


Rent/mongage 




30. 


Propoty taxes & municipal levies 




31. 


Condominium fees & common expenses 




32. 


Water 




33. 


Electricity & heating fiiei 




34. 


Telephoi* 




35. 


Cable television Sl pay television 




36. 


Home insurance 




37. 


Home lepaiis, maintenance, gardening 




SuMottlofitems 1291 to 1371 




Food, Clothing and Transportation 


38. 


Groceries 




39. 


Meals outside home 




40. 


General household stq>plies 




41. 


Hairdresser, barber & toiletries 




42. 


Laundry & dry cleaning 




43. 


Clothing 




44. 


Public transit 




45. 


Taxis 




46. 


Car insurance 




47. 


Licence 




48. 


Car loan payments 




49. 


Car maintenance and repairs 




SO. 


Gasoline & oil 




51. 


Parking 




Sub-total of items [38] to [51| 




Health and Medical (do not include child(ren) 's expenses) 


52. 


Regular dental care 




53. 


Orthodontics or special denttd care 




S4. 


Medicine & drugs 




55. 


Eye glasses or contact lenses 




56. 


Life or term insurance premiums 




Sub-toUl of items |52| to [561 





TYPE OF EXPENSE 


Monthly 


Child(iYn) 


57. 


School activhies (field trips, etc.) 




58. 


School lunches 




59. 


School fees, books, tuitkm. etc. (for children) 




60. 


Summer camp 




61. 


Activrties (music lessons, clubs, spons) 




62. 


Allowances 




63. 


Baby sitting 




64. 


Daycare 




65. 


Regular dental care 




66. 


Orthodontics or special dental cafc 




67. 


MedicirK & drugs 




68. 


Eye glasses or contact lenses 




Sub-total of items |S7| to |68] 




Miscellaneous and Other 


69. 


Books for home use, newspapers, magazines, 
videos, compact discs 




7». 


Gifts 




71. 


Charities 




72. 


Alcohol & tobacco 




73. 


Pet expenses 




74. 


School fees, books tuition, etc. 




75. 


Entertainment & recreation 




76. 


Vacation 




77. 


Credit cards (but not for expenses mentioned 
elsewhere in the statement) 




78. 


R.R.S.P. or other savings plans 




79. 


Support actually being paid in any other case 




80. 


Income lax and Canada Pension Plan 
(not deducted from pay) 




81. 


Other {Specify If necessary attach an extra 
sheet.) 




Sub-total of items 169) to |8I| 




82. 


Total of items |29] to (81] 





SUMMARY OF INCOME AND EXPENSES 

Net monthly income (Hem |28| above) = S 

Subtract actual monthly expenses (Hem [82] above) = S 

ACTUAL MONTHLY SURPLUS/DEFICIT = $ 



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Form U.l : Financial SlaUment (Property aad Sapport Cbims) (page 4) Coart filt number . 



PART 5: OTHER INCOME INFORMATION 

1. lam □ empioytdhy (name and address o/empfoyer) 



□ self-cmplqycd, carrying on business under the name of (name and address of business) 



Q unemployed since (date when last employed) 



2. I tftacfa the following required information (i/you are filing this statement to update or correct an earlier statement, then you do not need to 
attach income tax returns that have already been filed with the cowl): 

Q a copy of my income tax returns that were filed with the Canada Customs and Revenue Agency for the past 3 taxation years, 
together with a copy of all material filed with the returns and a copy of any notices of assessment or re-assessment that I have 
received from the Canada Customs and Revenue Agency for those years; or 

Q a statement from the Canada Customs and Revenue Agency that I have not filed any income tax returns for the past 3 years; or 

Q a direction in Form 1 3A signed by me to the Taxation Branch of the Canada Customs and Revenue Agency for the disclosure 
of my tax returns aixl notices of assessment to the other party for the past 3 years. 

I attach proof of my current income, inchiding my most recent 

Q pay cheque stub. Q employment insurance stub. Q worker's compensation stub. 

□ pension stub. □ Other. (Specijy.) 

3. Q (check if applicable) I am an Irulian within the meaning of the Indian Act (Canada) arx] all my income is tax exempt and 1 am not 

required to file an incoiiK tax return. I have therefore not attached an income tax return for the past ttuee years. 

PART 6: OTHER INCOME EARNERS IN THE HOME 

Complete this pan only if you are making a claim for undue hardship or spousal support. Indicate at paragra/^ I or 2. whether you are living with 
another person (for example, spouse, same sex partner, roommate or tenant). If you complete paragraph 2, also complete paragraphs Î to 6. 

1. □ I live alone. 

2. 1 am living with (/W/ /ego/ name o/perjon> 

3. This person has Cgnv mi/n6ery child(ren) living in the home. 



4. This person □ works at (place of work or business) 

Q does not work outside the home. 

5. Thbperson □ earns (giveamount) $ per 

Q does not earn anything. 

6. Thisperson Q contributes about S per towards the household expenses. 

Q contributes no money to the household expenses. 



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O. Reg. 92/03 



Form 13.1: Financial Statemeal (Property aad Support Claims) (page 5) 



Court file number . 



PART 7: ASSETS IN AND OUT OF ONTARIO 



tfarty sections of Parts 7 to 12 do not apply, do not leave blank, print "NONE " in the section. 

The date of marriage is: (give dale) 

The valuation date is: (givedate) 

The date ofcommencement of cohabitation is (if difTerent from date of marriage): (give date) .. 



PART 7(a): LAND 

Include any interest in land owned on the dates in each of the columns below, including leasehold interests and mortgages. Show estimated market 
value of your interest, but do not deduct encumbrances or costs of disposition: these encumbrances and costs should be shown under Part 8, 
"Debts and Other Liabililies ". 



Nature &. Type of 

Ownership 

(Give your percentage 

interest where relevant.) 


Address of Property 


Estimated Market Value of YOUR Interest 


on date ot 
marriage 


on valuation date 


today 














83. TOTAL VALUE OF LAND 


$ 


^^H 



PART 7(b): GENERAL HOUSEHOLD ITEMS AND VEHICLES 

Show estimated market value, not the cost of replacement for these items owned on the dates in each of the cohimns below. Do not deduct 
encumbrances or costs of disposition: these encumbrances and costs should be shown under Part 8, "Debts and Other Liabilities ". 



Item 


Description 


Indicate ifNOT in 
your possession 


Estimated Maritet Value of YOUR Interest 


on date of 
marriage 


on valuation date 


today 


Household goods 
& furniture 












Cars, boats, vehicles 












Jewellery, art, 
electronics, tools, 
sports & hobby 
equipment 












Other special items 














84. TOTAL VALUE OF GENERAL HOUSEHOLD ITEMS AND VEHICLES 


S 


^^^ 



Conûnued on other tide. ■ 



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Form U.I: Fiuocial SUtcnMat (Property «ad Sapport Claims) (page 6) 



Court fik number . 



PART 7(c): BAf«nC ACCOUNTS, SAVINGS, SECURITIES AND PENSIONS 

Show the items owned on the dales in each of the cohunns below by category, for example, cash, accounts in financial institutions, pensions, 
registered retiremenl or other savings plans, deposit receipts, any other savings, bonds, warrants, options, notes and other securities Give your 
best estimate of the market value of the securities if the items were to be sold on the open market. 



Cstegory 


INSTITUTION (including locationy 
DESCRIPTION (including issuer and date) 


Account 
number 


Amount/Estimated Market Value 


on date of marriage 


on valuation date 


today 














85. TOTAL VALUE OF ACCOUNTS, SAVINGS. SECURITIES AND PENSIONS 


i 


JIKÊÊÊ 



PART 7(d): LIFE AND DISABILITY INSURANCE 

List alt policies in existence on the dales in each of the columns below. 



Company, Type & Policy No. 


Owner 


Beneficiary 


Face 
Amount 


Cash Surrender Value 


on date of marriage 


on valuation d«e 


today 
















86. TOTAL CASH SURRENDER VALUE OF INSURANCE POLICIES 


S 


^^H 



PART 7(e): BUSINESS INTERESTS 

Show any interest in an unincorporated business owned on the dales in each of the columns below. An interest in an incorporated business may be 
shown here or under "BANK ACCOUNTS. SA VINGS. SECURITIES. AND PENSIONS " in Part 1(c). Give your best estimate of the market value 
of your interest. 



Name of Firm or Company 


Interest 


Estimated Market Value of YOUR Interest 


on date of marriage 


on valuation date 


today 












87. TOTAL VALUE OF BUSINESS INTERESTS 


S 


^^H 



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O. Reg. 92/03 



Form 13.1 : Financial Statement (Property and Support Claims) (page 7) 



Court file anmbcr . 



PART 7(0: MONEY OWED TO YOU 

Give details of all money that other persons ovie to you on the dates in each of the columns below, whether because of business or from personal 
dealings, hclude any court judgments in your favour, any estate money and any income tax refunds owed to you. 



Details 


Amount Owed to You 


on date of 
maiTiage 


on valuation date 


today 








u 


88. TOTAL OF MONEY OWED TO VOU 


$ 




PART 7(g): OTHER PROPERTY 





Show other property or assets o wned on the dales in each of the columns below. Include properly of any kind not listed above. Give your best 
estimate of market value. 



Category 


Details 


Estimated Market Value of YOUR Interest 


on date of 
marriage 


on valuation date 


today 












89. TOTAL VALUE OF OTHER PROPERTY 


$ 


^^H 


90. VALUE OF ALL PROPERTY OWNED ON THE VALUATION DATE 

(Add items IS3\ to IZ9\} 


$ 


^B 



PART 8: DEBTS AND OTHER LIABILITIES 

Show your debts and olher liabilities on the dales in each of the columns below. List them by category such as mortgages, charges, liens, notes, 
credit cards, and accounts payable. Don 't forget to inchtde: 

• any money owed to the Canada Customs and Revenue Agency; 

• contingent liabilities such as guarantees or warranties given by you (but indicate that they are contingent); and 

• any unpaid legal or professional bills as a result of this case. 



Category 


Details 


Amoimt Owing 


on date of 
marriage 


on valuation date 


today 












91. TOTAL OF DEBTS AND OTHER UABILITIES 


S 


^^B 



Contimied on olher side. ■ 



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Form 13.1 : FinaDcnl Statemcnl (Fropcrty and Support Chims) (page 8) 



Coart file nanber . 



PART 9: PROPERTY, DEBTS AND OTHER LIABILITIES ON DATE OF MARRIAGE 

Show by category the value of your property and your debts and other liabilities as of the date ofyoia marriage. DO SOT INCLUDE THE 
VAL UE OF A MA TRJMONIAL HOME THAT YOU OWNED ON THE DA TE OF MARRIAGE IF THIS PROPERTY IS STILL A MA TRIMONIAL 
HOME ON VAL UA TION DA TE. 



Category and details 


Value on date of marriage 


Assets 


Liabilities 


Und 






General household items & vehicles 






Bank accounts, savings, securities & pensions 






Life & disability insurance 






Business inlerests 






Money owed to you 






Other property (Specify.) 






Debts and other liabilities (Specify) 






TOTALS 


S 


S 


92. NET VALUE OF PROPERTY OWNED ON DATE OF MARRIAGE 

(From the total of the "Assets " column, subtract the total of the "Liabilities " column.) 


S 


93. VALUE OF A LL DEDUCTIONS (Add items |9 1 1 and [n\.) 


S 



PART 10: EXCLUDED PROPERTY 

Show by category the value of property owned on the valuation date that is excluded from the definition of "net family property " (such as gifts or 
inheritances received after marriage). 



Category 


Details 


Value on 
valuation date 








94. TOTAL VALUE OF EXCLUDED PROPERTY 


S 



Continued OH next sheet 



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O. Reg. 92/03 



Form 13.1: Financial Statemcat (Property and Sapport Claims) (page 9) 



Coart file number . 



PART 11: DISPOSED-OF PROPERTY 

Shovr by category the value of all property thai you disposed of during the two years immediately preceding the making of this statement, or during 
the marriage, whichever period is shorter. 



Category 


Details 


Value 








95. TOTAL VALUE OF DISPOSED-OF PROPERT%' 


S 



PART 12: CALCULATION OF NET FAMILY PROPERTY 





Deductions 


BALANCE 


Valne of all property owned on valuation date (from item |98| above) 


S 


Subtract value of all dedaetioos (from item |93| above) 


S 


$ 


Sabtract total value of excluded property (from item |94| above) 


S 


$ 


96. NET FAMILY PROPERTY 


S 



\~2 I do not expect changes in my financial situation. 

01 I do expect changes in my financial situation as follows: 



Q I attach a proposed budget in the format of Part 4 of this form. 

NOTE: As soon as you find out thai the information in this financial statement is incorrect or incomplete, or there is a material change in your 
circumstances thai affects or will affect the information in this financial statement, you MUST serve on every other party to this case and file 
with the court: 

• a new financial statement with updated information, or 

» if changes are minor, an affidavit in Form I4A selling out the details of these changes. 



Swom/Afiirnied before me at 




in 


municipatity 




on 


province, stale or country 


Signature 

(This form is to be signed in front of a lawyer, 

justice of the peace, notary public or 


dale 


Commissioner for takmg affidavits 
(Type orprira name below If signature Is Illegible.) 


commissioner for taking affidavits.) 



(4) Form 17A of the Regulation is amended by striking out "(Form 13)" in the note preceding section 14 and 
substituting "(Form 13 or 13.1)". 

4. This Regulation comes into force on April 28, 2003. 



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REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 92/03 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR LES TRIBUNAUX JUDICIAIRES 

pris le 1 1 février 2003 

approuvé le 19 mars 2003 

déposé le 2 1 mars 2003 

modifiant le Régi, de l'Ont. 1 14/99 
(Règles en matière de droit de la famille) 

Remarque : Depuis la fin de 2002, le Règlement de l'Ontario 1 14/99 a été modifié par les Règlements de l'Ontario 56/03 et 
9I^3. Les modifications antérieures sont indiquées dans la Table des règlements publiée dans la Gazette de 
l 'Ontario du 1 8 janvier 2003. 

1. (1) Le paragraphe 13 (1) du Règlement de l'Ontario 1 14/99 est abrogé et remplacé par ce qui suit : 

ÉTAT FINANCIER JOINT À UNE REQUÊTE, À UNE DÉFENSE OU À UNE MOTION 

(1) Si une requête, une défense ou un avis de motion comporte une demande d'aliments, une demande portant sur des 
biens ou une demande portant sur la possession exclusive du foyer conjugal et de son contenu : 

a) d'une part, la partie qui présente la demande signifie et dépose un état financier (formule 13 ou 13.1) avec le document 
qui contient la demande; 

b) d'autre part, la partie contre laquelle est présentée la demande signifie et dépose un état financier dans le délai prévu 
pour signifier et déposer une défense, une réponse ou un affidavit en réponse à la motion, que cette partie signifie ou 
non une défense, une réponse ou un affidavit en réponse à la motion. 

FORMULE 13 : DEMANDE D'ALIMENTS SANS DEMANDE PORTANT SUR DES BIENS 

(1.1) Si la requête, la défense ou l'avis de motion comporte une demande d'aliments, mais non une demande portant sur 
des biens ni une demande portant sur la possession exclusive du foyer conjugal et de son contenu, l'état financier utilisé par 
les parties en application des présentes règles est rédigé selon la formule 13. 

FORMULE 13.1 : DEMANDE PORTANT SUR DES BIENS AVEC OU SANS DEMANDE D'ALIMENTS 

(1.2) Si la requête, la défense ou l'avis de motion comporte une demande portant sur des biens ou une demande portant sur 
la possession exclusive du foyer conjugal et de son contenu, l'état financier utilisé par les parties en application des présentes 
règles est rédigé selon la formule 13.1, qu'une demande d'aliments soit également comprise ou non. 

EXCEPTION : CERTAINES DEMANDES D'ALIMENTS 

(1.3) Si la seule demande d'aliments que comporte la requête, la défense ou l'avis de motion est une demande d'aliments 
pour les enfants correspondant à la somme précisée dans la table des lignes directrices applicables sur les aliments pour les 
enfants, la partie qui présente la demande n'est pas tenue de déposer un état financier, sauf si la requête, la réponse ou l'avis 
de motion comporte également une demande portant sur des biens ou une demande portant sur la possession exclusive du 
foyer conjugal et de son contenu. 

DISPOSITION TRANSITOIRE 

(1.4) Quiconque dépose un état financier ou un nouvel état financier le 28 avril 2003 ou par la suite doit utiliser la formule 
13 ou la formule 13.1, selon le cas, telle qu'elle est prise par le Règlement de l'Ontario 092/03, même si la cause a été 
introduite avant cette date. 

(2) Le paragraphe 13 (2) du Règlement est modifié par substitution de «une défense ou un avis de motion» à «une 
défense, une réponse ou un avis de motion». 

(3) Le paragraphe 13 (3) du Règlement est abrogé et remplacé par ce qui suit : 

ÉTATS FINANCIERS DANS LES CAUSES PORTANT SUR LA GARDE D'UN ENFANT ET LE DROIT DE 
VISITE A UN ENFANT 

(3) Si une requête, une défense ou un avis de motion comporte une demande de garde d'un enfant ou de droit de visite à 
un enfant et que la présente règle n'exige pas par ailleurs que les parties signifient et déposent des états financiers, le tribunal 
peut ordonner à chaque partie de signifier et de déposer un état financier rédigé selon la formule 13 dans le délai qu'il fixe. 

(4) Le paragraphe 13 (7) du Règlement est abrogé et remplacé par ce qui suit : 



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DOCUMENTS FISCAUX REQUIS 

(7) Le greffier ne peut accepter le dépôt de l'état financier d'une partie sans que, selon le cas : 

a) des copies des déclarations de revenus et des avis de cotisation de la partie relatifs aux trois années d'imposition 
précédentes soient jointes comme l'exige la formule; 

b) l'état financier comprenne une directive de la partie signée à l'intention de l'Agence des douanes et du revenu du 
Canada (formule 13 A) aux fins de divulgation des imprimés des revenus et déductions de la partie; 

c) l'état financier comprenne une déclaration sous serment selon laquelle la partie n'est pas tenue de déposer une 
déclaration de revenus en raison de la Loi sur les Indiens (Canada). 

2. La règle 23 du Règlement est modifiée par adjonction du paragraphe suivant : 

SIGNIFICATION DE «VILLE» 

(4.1) Pour l'application du paragraphe (4), une municipalité est considérée comme une ville si elle en était une le 31 
décembre 2002. 

3. (1) Les formules 8 et 8A du Règlement sont abrogées et remplacées par ce qui suit : 



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Formule 8 

Loi sur les tribunaux judiciaires 
REQUÊTE 




Numéro de dossier du grcfTe 



(Nom du tribunal) 



situé(e) au 



Formule 8 : Requête 
(formule générale) 



Adresse du grejfé 



Requérant(eX») 



Nom el prénom officiels el adresse owe fins de signification — numéro 
et rue, municipalilé, code postal, numéros de téléphone elde 
télécopieur et adresse électronique (le cas échéant) 



Nom et adresse de l'avocat(e) — numéro et rue, municipalité, code 
postal, numéros de téléphone et de télécopieur et adresse électronique 
(le cas échéant). 



lntiiiié(eKs) 



Atom et adresse de l'avocat(e) — numéro et rue, municipalilé, code 
postal, numéros de téléphone et de télécopieur et adresse électronique 
(le cas échéant). 



Nom et prénom officiels et adresse aux fins de signification — numéro 
el rue. municipalité, code postal, numéros de téléphone et de 
télécopieur et adresse électronique (le cas échéant). 



A LVAUX INTIMECEXS) : 

UNE CAUSE A ÉTÉ INTRODUITE CONTRE VOUS DEVANT CE TRIBUNAL. LES PRÉCISIONS À CE SUJET 

nCURENT SUR LES PAGES CI-JOINTES. 



n LA PREMIÈRE DATE D'AUDIENCE EST FIXÉE AL' (dale) . 
suite au: (adresse) 



.A (Aofrr), ou dis que possible par la 



REMARQUE : S'il s'agit d'une cause de divorce, aucune date ne sera fixée i moins qu'une Défense ne soit déposa. Si un avis de motion vous a 
également été signifié, une dale d'audience antérieure peut être fixée et vous ou votre avocat devriez vous présenter au tribunal pour l'audition de la 
motion. 



\J CETTE CAUSE EST RÉGIE PAR LA VOIE ACCÉLÉRÉE DU SYSTÈME DE GESTION DES CAUSES. Un juge responsable de la 
gestion de la cause y sera affecté avant qu'un juge n'en soit saisi pour la première fois. 

Q CETTE CAUSE EST RÉGIE PAR LA VOIE ORDINAIRE DU SYSTÈME DE GESTION DES CAUSES. Aocane date d'avdiencc 
n'a été fixée, mais si un avis de motion vous a été signifié, il porte une date d'audience et vous ou votre avocat devriez vous présenter au 
tribunal pour l'audition de la motion. Un juge responsable de la gestion de la cause sera affecté 1 la cause uniquement lorsque le greffier du 
tribunal aura fixé une date pour la tenue d'une cooféitnoc relative à la cause à ta demande d'une partie ou qu'un avis de motion prévu au 
paragraphe 14 (S) aura été signifié avant ta tenue d'une conférence relative à la cause. SI la date du procès n'a pas été fixée après 200 jours, le 
greffier du tribunal enverra un avertissement aux parties selon lequel la cause sera rcjctéc dans les 30 jours à moins qu'elles ne déposent la 
preuve que la cause a été réglée ou i moins que l'une d'elles ne demande la tenue d'une conférence relative à la cause ou d'une conférence en 
vue d'un règlement amiable. 

SI VOUS DÉSIREZ VOUS OPPOSER À UNE DEMANDE DANS LA PRÉSENTE CAUSE, vous ou votre avocat devez préparer une 
Défense (formule 10 — un exemplaire devrait être joint), en signifier une copie aux requérants et en déposer une copie au greffe, accompagnée 
d'un Affidavit de signification (formule 6B). VOUS NE DISPOSEZ QUE DE 30 JOURS APRÈS Ql E LA PRÉSENTE REQUÊTE VOUS 
EST SIGNIFIÉE (60 JOURS SI ELLE VOUS EST SIGNIFIÉE À L'EXTÉRIEUR DU CANADA OU DES ÉTATS-UNIS) POUR 
SIGNIHER ET DÉPOSER UNE DÉFENSE. SI VOUS NE LE FAITES PAS, LA CAUSE SE POURSUIVRA SANS VOUS ET LE 
TRIBUNAL PEUT RENDRE UNE ORDONNANCE ET L'EXÉCUTER CONTRE VOUS. 

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Cochez la cast du paragraphe ci-contre qui s 'applique à votre cause. 

Q Cette cause com|H«nd une demande d'aliments. Elle ne comprend pas de demande portant sur des biens ni de demande portant sur la 

possession exclusive du foyer conjugal et de son contenu. Vous DEVEZ remplir un Étal financier (formule 13 — un exemplaire est Joint), en 
signifier une copie aux requérants et en déposer une copie au greffe, accompagnée d'un Affidavit de signification, même si vous ne présentez 
pas de défense dans cette cause. 

Q Cette cause comprend une demande portant sur des biens ou une demande portant sur la possession exclusive du foyer conjugal et de son 
contenu. Vous DEVEZ remplir un État financier (formule 13.1 — un exemplaire est joint), en signifier une copie aux requérants et en 
déposer une copie au greffe, accompagnée d'un Affidavit de signification, même si vous ne présentez pas de défense dans cette cause. 

SI VOUS DÉSIREZ PRÉSENTER VOTRE PROPRE DEMANDE, vous ou votre avocat deve2 remplir la seaion réservée à la demande dans 
la Défense, en signifier une copie aux requérants et en déposer une copie au greffe, accompagnée d'un Affidavit de signifie^ ion. 

• Si vous désirez présenter une demande d'aliments, mais non une demande portant sur des biens ou une demande portant sur la 
possession exclusive du foyer conjugal et de son contenu, vous DEVEZ remplir un État financier (formule 1 3), en signifier une copie 
aux requérants et en déposer une copie au greffe. 

• Toutefois, si votre unique demande d'aliments consiste en une demande d'aliments pour les enfants dont le montant est précisé dans les 
tables des Lignes directrices sur les aliments pour les enfants, vous n'avez pas à remplir, i signifier ni à déposer un État financier. 

• Si vous désirez présenter une demande portant sur des biens ou une demande portant sur la possession exclusive du foyer conjugal et de 
son contenu, qu'elle comprenne ou non une demande d'aliments, vous DEVEZ remplir un État financier (formule 13.1, et non pas la 
formule 13), en signifier une copie aux requérants et en déposer une copie au greffe. 

VOUS DEVRIEZ OBTENIR DES CONSEILS JURIDIQUES AU SUJET DE CETTE CAUSE IMMÉDIATEMENT. Si vous n'avez pas les 
moyens de payer un avocat, le bureau d'Aide juridique Ontario de votre localité pourra peut-être vous aider. (Consultez l'annuaire téléphonique 
sous la rubrique AIDE JURIDIQUE.) 



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Formaic 8 : Requête (fornmle géoénle) (pafe 3) 



Nani<r« de dosskr du grefle . 



ANTÉCÉDENTS FAMILIAUX 



REQUÉRANT(E) : Âge: Dale de naissance fif. m. oj : 

Dottùàiié{c) i fmunicipalilé el province) 

depuis le (date) 

Nom de famille i la naissance : Nom de famille immédiatement avant le mariage : 

Déjà divorcé(e)? □ Non O Oa\ (Lieu el dale du divorce précédent) 



INTIMÉ(E): Âge: Date de naissance ff, m, «?> : 

HcxamMUt) k (municipalité et province) 

depuis le ^lilafe) 

Nom de bmillc i la naissance : Nom de famille immédiatement avant le mariage : 

Déji divorcé(e)? □ Non □ Oxi (Lieu et date du divorce précédent) 



LIEN AVEC L'AUTRE PARTIE : 

[~1 Nous nous sommes mariis le (dale) 
□ Nous nous sommes séparts le (date) 



Q Nous avons commencé à vivre ensemble le (date) 

|~) Nous n'avonsjamais vécu ensemble Q Nous vivons toujoure ensemble 



ENFANT(S) : 

Enumérez tous tes enfants concernés dans cette cause, même si aucune demande n 'est présentée à leur égard. 



Nom et prénom 
officiels 


Âge 


Dale de 
naissance 

Û'. m. a) 


Domiciliée) à 

(municipalité et province) 


Habite actaellcment avec 

(nom de ta personne ei lien de parenté 
avec l'enfant) 









































































CAUSES OU ACCORDS ANTÉRIEURS 

Les parties ou les enfants ont-il déjà pris part à une cause judiciaire? 
n Non Q Oui (Joignez un Résumé des causes — formule 8E.) 

Les parties ont-elles conclu un acoari écrit au sujet d'une question en litige dans cette cause? 

n Non [3 Oui (Indiquez ta date de l'accord et les conditions de celui-ci qui sont en litige. Joignez des pages supplémentaires au 
besoin.) 

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FonsMlc 8 : Requête (formule générale) (page 4) 



Numéro de dossier du greffe . 



DEMANDE DU/DE LA REQUÉRANT(E) 



JE DEMANDE AU TRIBUNAL CE QUI SUIT : 

(Les demandes ci-dessous comprennent les demandes d'ordonnance temporaire.) 



Demandes visées par la Loi sur te divorce 










Demandes portant sur des biens ! 


(Codiez les cases de la présente colonne 


Demandes visées par la Loi sur le droit de la 


(Cochez les cases de la présente colonne 


uniquement si vous demandez un divorce et que 


fttimUe on la Loi portant riforme du droit de 


uniquement si votre cause est devant la 


votre couse est devant la Cour de la famille de 






l'enfance 


Cour de la famille de la Cour supérieure de 


h Cour supérieure de Justice.) 








Justice.) 




00 Q un divorce 


10 


D 


des aliments pour moi-même 


20 


D 


l'égalisation des biens familiaux 


01 □ des aliments pour moi-même 


11 


D 


des aliments pour un ou plusieurs 






nets 


02 Q des aliments pour un ou plusieurs 






enfants (somme figurant dans la 


21 


D 


la possession exclusive du foyer 


enfants (somme fîgurant dans la 






table) 






conjugal 


Ubie) 


12 


D 


des aliments pour un ou plusieurs 


22 


D 


la possession exclusive du 


03 □ des aliments pour un ou plusieurs 






enfants (somme autre que celle 






contenu du foyer conjugal 


enfants (somme autre que celle 






figurant dans la table) 


23 


D 


le gel des avoirs 


iigwant dans la table) 


13 


D 


la garde d'un ou de plusieurs 


24 


O 


la vente de biens familiaux 


04 Q la garde d'un ou de plusieurs 






enfants 








enfants 


14 


D 


le droit de visite i un ou plusieurs 








05 Q le droit de visite i un ou plusieurs 






enfants 








enfants 


15 

16 

17 

IS 
19 


D 

D 

D 

D 
D 


une ordonnance de ne pas faire/de 

non^iarcilcment 

une indexation des aliments du 

conjoint 

une indexation des aliments du 

partenaire de même sexe 

une déclaration de liens de filiation 

une tutelle à l'égard des biens de 

l'enfant 








Autres demandes 


50 


D 


Autre (Précisez.) 








30 □ les dépens 














31 □ l'annulation du mariage 














32 Q les intérêts antérietos au jugement 















Donnez des {nuisions au sujet de l'ordonnance que vous demandez au tribunal, (indiquez les montants des aliments (s 'ils sont connus) et le nom 
des enfants à l 'égard desquels des aliments, la garde ou le droit de visite sont demandés.) 



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Formait 8 : Requite (fonnutc céBéralc) (page 5) Numéro de dossier du freffe . 



FAITS IMPORTANTS À L'APPUI DE MA REQUÊTE EN DIVORCE 

Q Sépanirioa: Les conjoints sont séparts depuis le fiii«; et 

Q n'ont p^ vécu ensemble depuis cette date dans une vaine tentative de réconciliation. 

Q ont vécu ensemble pendant la ou les périodes suivantes dans une vaine tentative de réconciliation : (Précisez les dales.) 

Q Adultère : L'intinié(e) a commis l'adultère. (Précisez. Il n 'est pas nécessaire de nommer une autre personne, mais si vous le faites, vous 
devez alors lui sigrtffier la présente regttéle.) 



Q Cruaaté ; L'intimé(e) a fait preuve d'une telle cruauté physique ou mentale à l'égard du/de la requénmt(e) que la «habitation est devenue 
intolérable. (Précisez.) 



FAITS IMPORTANTS A L'APPUI DE MES AUTRES DEMANDES 

(Énoncez ci-dessout les faits qui constituent te fondement Juridique de vos autres demandes. Joignez des pages suf^imentaires au besoin.) 



Tracez une ligne en travers de tout espace laissé en blanc sur la présente page. Au besoin, joignez des feuilles supplémentaires. 



Date de la signature Signature du/de la requérant(e) 

Causes de divorce seulement ATTESTATION DE L'AVOCAT 

Je m'ifipcllc : 

et je suis ravocal(e) du/de la requérant(e) dans cette cause de divorce. J'atteste m'tee confonné(e) aux exigences de l'article 9 de la Loi sur le 

divorce. 



Date Signature de l 'avocat 



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Formule 8A 

Loi sur les tribunaux Judiciaires 
REQUÊTE EN DIVORCE 




(Nom du tribunal) 



situé(e) au 



Adresse du greffe 



Numéro d< douicr da grefTe 



Formule 8A : Requête en 
divorce D individuelle 
D conjointe 



Requénint(eXs) 



Nom et prénom officiels el adresse aux fins de signification — numéro 
et rue. municipalité, code postal, numéros de téléphone el de 
télécopieur et adresse électronique (le cas échéant). 



Nom el adresse de I 'avocat(e) — numéro el rue. municipalité, code 
postal, numéros de téléphone et de télécopieur et adresse électronique 
(le cas échéant). 



Intimé(eKs) 



Nom et prénom offficiels el adresse aux fins de signification — numéro 
el rue, municipalité, code postal, numéros de téléphone el de 
télécopieur et adresse électronique (le cas échéant). 



Nom el adresse deT'avocal(e) — numéro el rue. municipalité, code 
postal, numéros de téléphone et de télécopieur el adresse électronique 
(le cas échéant). 



D IL S'AGIT D'UNE CAUSE DANS LAQUELLE, LE/LA REQUÉRANT(E) NE DEMANDE QUE LE DIVORCE. 

À L'/AUX INTIMÉ(E){S) : UNE CAUSE DE DIVORCE A ÉTÉ INTRODUITE CONTRE VOUS DEVANT CE 
TRIBUNAL. LES PRÉCISIONS À CE SUJET FIGURENT SUR LES PAGES CI-JOINTES. 

CETTE CAUSE EST RÉGIE PAR LA VOIE ORDINAIRE DU SYSTÈME DE GESTION DES CAUSES. Aucun, date 
d'audience n'a été fixée, mais si un avis de motion vous a éli signifié, il poilc une date d'audience et vous ou votre avocat devriez vous présenter 
au tribunal pour l'audition de la motion. Un juge responsable de la gestion de la cause sera affecté i la cause uniquement lorsque le greffier du 
tribunal aura fixé une date pour la tenue d'une conférence relative à la cause à la demande d'une partie ou qu'un avis de motion prévu au 
paragraphe 14 (3) aura été signifié avant la tenue d'une conférence relative à la cause. Si la date du procès n'a pas été fixée après 20O jours, le 
grefTier du tribunal enverra un avertissement aux parties selon lequel la cause sera rejetée dans les 30 jours à moins qu'elles ne déposent la preuve 
que la cause a été réglée ou à moins que l'une d'elles ne demande la tenue d'uiK conférence relative à la cause ou d'une conférence en vue d'un 
règlement amiable. 

SI VOUS DÉSIREZ VOUS OPPOSER À UNE DEMANDE DANS LA PRÉSENTE CAUSE, vous ou voue avocat devez 
préparer utk Défense (formule 10 — un exemplaire devrait être joint), en signifier une copie au/à la reqtiérant(e) et en déposer une copie au greffe, 
accompagnée d'un Affidavit de signification (formule 6B). VOUS NE DISPOSEZ QUE DE 30 JOURS APRES QUE LA 
PRÉSENTE REQUÊTE VOUS EST SIGNinÉE (60 JOURS SI ELLE VOUS EST SIGNIFIÉE À L'EXTÉRIEUR 
DU CANADA OU DES ÉTATS-UNIS) POUR SIGNIFIER ET DÉPOSER UNE DÉFENSE. SI VOUS NE LE 
FAITES PAS, LA CAUSE SE POURSUIVRA SANS VOUS ET LE TRIBUNAL PEUT RENDRE UNE 
ORDONNANCE ET L'EXÉCUTER CONTRE VOUS. 

SI VOUS DÉSIREZ PRÉSENTER VOTRE PROPRE DEMANDE, vous ou votre avocat devez remplir la section réservée à la 
demande dans la Défense, en signifier une copie aux requérants el en déposer une copie au greffe, accompagnée d'un Affidavit de signification. 

• Si vous désirez présenter une demande d'aliments, mais non une demande portant sur des biens ou une demande portant sur la possession 
exclusive du foyer conjugal et de son contenu, vous DEVEZ remplir un État finaïKier (formule 13), en signifier une copie aux requérants et 
en déposer une copie au greffe. 

• Toutefois, si votre unique demande d'aliments consiste en une demande d'aliments pour les enfants dont le montant est précisé dans les tables 
des Lignes directrices sur les aliments pour les enfants, vous n'avez pas à remplir, à signifier ni à déposer un État financier. 

• Si vous désirez présenter une demande portant sur des biens ou une demande portant sur la possession exclusive du foyer conjugal et de son 
contenu, qu'elle compreime ou non une demande d'aliments, vous DEVEZ remplir un État fuiancier (formule 1 3. 1 , et non pas la formule 1 3), 
en signifier une copie aux requérants et en déposer une copie au greffe. 

VOUS DEVRIEZ OBTENIR DES CONSEILS JURIDIQUES AU SUJET DE CETTE CAUSE IMMÉDIATEMENT. 

Si vous n'avez pas les moyens de payer un avocat, le bureau d'Aide juridique Ontario de votre localité pourra peut-être vous aider. (Consultez 
l'annuaire téléphonique sous la rubrique AIDE JURIDIQUE) 



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Formule 8A : Rcqeete tn divoixr (page 2) 



Numéro de dossier du grefle . 



D CETTE CAUSE CONSTITUE UNE REQUÊTE CONJOINTE EN DIVORCE. LES PRÉCISIONS À CE SUJET 

FIGURENT SUR LES PAGES Cl- JOINTES. La requête et les affidavits à l'appui seront pr6set\tiis à un juge lorsque les 
documents auront été vérifiés pour s'assurer qu'ils sont complets. 

Si vous demandez autre chose qu'un simple divorce, notamment des aliments, des biens ou la possession exclusive du foyer conjugal et de 
son contenu, reportez-vous à la page I pour lire les instructions sur l'État financier que vous devriez déposer. 



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Fermait 8A : Requite ca divortc (page 3) 



Numiro de dossier da greffe . 



ANTÉCÉDENTS FAMILIAUX 



ÉPOUX: Âge: Date de naissance (/, m, a^ : 

Domicilié à (municipalilé ei province} 

depuis le ^/dfej 

Nom de famille i la nabsancc : Nom de famille immédiatement avant le mariage : 

Déjàdivorcé? Q Non □ Oui (Lieu et dale du divorce précécknl) 



ÉPOUSE: Âge: Date de naissance (;. m, aj : 

DomicUOe i (municipalité el province) 

depuis le (date) 

Nom de famille i la naissance : Nom de famille immédiatement avant le mariage : 

Déjà divorcée? □ Non []] Oui (Lieu et date du divorce précédent) 



LIEN AVEC L'AUTRE PARTIE : 

Q Nous nous sommes mariés le (date) 
Q Nous nous sommes séparés le (date) 



Q Nous avons commencé à vivre ensemble le (date) 
[3] Nous n'avons jamais vécu ensemble 



ENFANT(S) : 

Énumérez tous les enfants concernés dans celle cause, même si aucune demande n 'est présentée à leur égard. 



Nom et prénom 
ofTiciels 


Âge 


Date de 
naissaace 

0. m. a) 


Domicilié(c) à 

(municipalité et province) 


Habite actuellement avec 

(nom de la personne et tien de parenté avec 
l'en/anl) 









































































CAUSES OU ACCORDS ANTÉRIEURS 

Les parties ou les en fants ont-tl déjà pris part à une cause judiciaire? 
Q Non Q Oui (Joignez un Résumé des causes — formule 8E.) 

Les parties ont-elles conclu un accord écrit au sujet d'une question en litige dans cette cause? 

Q Non Q Oui (Indiquez la date de l'accord et les conditions de celui-ci qui sont en litige Joignez des pages suf^émenlaires au 
besoin.) 

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Numéro de dossier du grefTe . 



DEMANDES 
E CAUSE CON 

IBUNAL CE Q 

isées par la Loi su 
Loi portant rifort 

es aliments pour le 

es aliments pour ui 

nfants (somme figi 

ible) 

es aliments pour ui 

ifants (somme auti 

gurant dans la tabl< 

I garde d'un ou de ] 

ifants 

: droit de visite i ui 

ifaots 

ne ordoimance de i 

lire/de non-harcile 

ae indexation des a 

jnjoint 

ne déclaration de li 

ne tutelle k l'égard 

enfant 

N'UTILISEZ LE PRÉSENT BLOC QUE SI LE REQUÉRANT NE DEMANDE QUE LE DIVORCE DANS CETTE 
CAUSE. 

JE DEMANDE AU TRIBUNAL CE QUI SUIT : 

(Cocha t 'il y a lieu.) 
(X) Q un divoree 30 □ les dépens 

FAITS IMPORTANTS À L'APPUI DE LA REQUÊTE EN DIVORCE 

□ Séparatioa : Les conjoints sont séparés depuis le ('<ciite; et 

Q n'ont pas vécu ensemble depuis cette date dans une vaine tentative de réconciliation. 
Q ont vécu ensemble pendant la ou les périodes suivantes dans une vaine tentative de réconciliation : 
(Préciser les dates.) 

Q Adaltére : (\om du conjoint) a commis l'adultère. 

(Précisez. Il n'est pas nécessaire de nommer une autre personne, mais si vous le faites, vous devez alors lui si^ifier la présente requête.) 

Q Cmaaté : (Nom du conjoint) a Tait {veuve d'une telle cruauté physique ou mentale à 

VéfjirAàe (nom du conjoint) que la cohabitation est devenue intolérable. (Précisez.) 



N'UTILISEZ LE PRÉSENT BLOC QUE SI CETTE CAUSE CONSISTE EN UNE REQUÊTE CONJOINTE EN 


DIVORCE. 












NOUS DEMANDONS CONJOINTEMENT AU TRIBUNAL CE QUI SUIT : 






Demaodes 


visées par la Loi sur le divorce 


Demandes visées par la Loi sur le droit de la 


Denuades portant sur des biens | 






famille ou 


ia Loi portant réforme du droit de 










l'enfance 








00 n 


un divorce 


10 


D 


des aliments pour le conjoint 


20 


Q l'égalisation des biens familiaux 


01 D 


des aliments pour le conjoint 


tt 


D 


des aliments pour un ou plusieurs 




nets 


02 D 


des aliments pour un ou plusieurs 
enfants (somme figurant dans la 






enfants (somme figurant dans la 
table) 


21 


r~| la possession exclusive du foyer 
conjugal 




taUe) 


12 


D 


des aliments pour un ou plusieurs 


22 


Q la possession exclusive du 


03 D 


des aliments pour un ou plusieurs 






enfants (somme autre que celle 




contenu du foyer conjugal 




enfants (somme autre que celle 






figurant dans la table) 


23 


□ le gel des avoirs 




figurant dans la table) 


13 


D 


la garde d'un ou de plusieurs 


24 


Q la vente de biens familiaux 


04 Q 


la garde d'un ou de plusieurs 






enfants 








enfants 


14 


n 


le droit de visite i un ou plusieurs 






03 D 


le droit de visite à un ou plusieurs 






enfants 








enfants 


15 
16 
17 


D 
D 

n 


une ordonnance de ne pas 
faire/de non-harcélemcnt 

une indexation des aliments du 

conjoint 

une déclaration de liens de filiation 










18 


n 


une tutelle i l'égard des biens de 


Autres demandes | 










l'enfant 


30 
31 

32 

50 


n les dépens 

Q l'annulation du mariage 

□ les intérêts antérieurs au 
jugement 

□ Autre (Précisez.) 



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Formule 8A : Requite co divorce (page 5) 



Numéro de dosiier da crefle . 



N'UTILISEZ LE PRÉSENT BLOC QUE Si CETTE CAUSE CONSISTE EN UNE REQUÊTE CONJOINTE EN 
DIVORCE. 



Les détails de l'autre ou des autres ordonnances que nous demandons conjointement au tribunal sont les suivants : (Indiquez les montants des 
aliments et le nom des enfants à l 'égard desquels des aliments, la garde ou le droit de visite doivent faire l 'objet d 'une ordonnance.) 



FAITS IMPORTANTS À L'APPUI DE NOS DEMANDES 

(Énoncez ci-dessous les faits qui constituent le fondement juridique de vos demandes. Joignez des pages si^lémentaires au besoin.) 



Tracez une ligne en travers de tout espace laissé en blanc sur la présente page. 



S'il s'agit d'une requête conjointe en divorce, les deux conjoints apposent leur s^nature ci-dessous. Par contre, s'il s'agit d'une requête dans 
laquelle le/la requéranl(e) ne demande que le divorce, seuls vous et votre avocat apposez vos signatures ci-dessous et vous devriez lûffer en 
conséquence l'espace réservé à la signature de votre conjoint et à la doit correspondante. 



Date de la signature 



Signature de l 'époux requérant 



Date de la signature 



Signature de l 'épouse requérante 



ATTESTATION DE L'AVOCAT 



Je m'i^tpelle : 

et je suis l'avocalCe) de (nom) 

m'ttre confonné(e) aux exigences de l'article 9 de la Loi sur le divorce. 



. dans cette cause de divorce. J'atteste 



Date Signature de l 'avocal(e) 

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Formule 10 

Loi sur les tribunaux judiciaires 
DÉFENSE 



(Nom du tribunal) 



Namiro d« dossier dn grcflie 
Formule 10 : Défense 



situé(e) au 



Adresse du grtffe ' 



Requérant(eXs) 



Nom el adresse de l'oniocat(e) — numéro et rue, municipalité, code 
postal, numéros de téléphone et de télécopieur et adresse électronique 
(le cas échéant). 



Nom et prénom officiels et adresse aux fins de signification — numéro el 
rue. municipalité, code postal, numéros de téléphone et de télécopieur et 
adresse électronique (le cas échéant). 



iBtilnéÇeKs) 



Nom el prénom officiels et adresse aux fins de signification — numéro et 
rue, municipalité, code postal, numéros de téléphone et de télécopieur el 
adresse électronique (le cas échéani). 



Nom el adresse de I 'avocal(e) — numéro el rue, municipalité, code 
postal, numéros de téléphone et de télécopieur el adresse électronique 
(te cas échéant). 



Nom el adresse de ta personne qui représente I 'avocai(e) des enfimts aux fins de signification (numéro et rue, municipalité, code postal, numéros de 
téléphone el de télécopieur et adresse électronique (le cas échéant)) et iu>m de ta personne représentée. 



INSTRUCTIONS : ÉUt nnancier 



REMPLISSEZ UN ÉTAT FINANCIER (formule 13) SI, selon le cas : 

• vous présentez une demimde d'aliments pour le conjoint ou vous y répondez; 

• vous répondez à une demande d'aliments pour les enfants; 

• vous présentez uik demande d'aliments pour les enfants d'un montant qui difRre de celui qui est précisé dans les tables des Lignes directrices 
sur les aliments pour les enfants. 

Vous devez remplir toutes les sections de la formule SAUF SI vous réfKXKkz UNIQUEMENT i une demande d'aliments pour les enfanu dont le 
montant est précisé dans les tables des Lignes directrices sur les aliments pour les enfants ET que vous êtes d'accord avec la demande. Dans ce cas, 
ne remplissez que les sections 1 , 2 et 3. 

REMPLISSEZ UN ÉTAT FINANCIER (fonnule 1 3. 1 ) SI, selon le cas : 

• vous présentez une demande portant sur des biens ou une demande portant sur la possession exclusive du foyer conjugal et de son contenu, ou 
vous y répondez, 

• vous présentez une demande partant sur des biens ou une demande portant sur la possession exclusive du foyer conjugal et de son coolenu, 
assortie d'autres demandes de redressement, ou vous y répondez. 

AU/À LA/AUX REQUÉRANT(EXS) : 

Si vous présentez une demande contre une personne qui n est pas le/la requéranl(e), indiquez tes nom el adresse de la personne ici 

ET À : (nom el prénom officiels) , iBlimé(c) join((e), 

di>micilié{c) >■ : (adresse de la partie jointe) 



Mon nom est (nom et prénom officiels). 



1 . Je suis d'accord avec les demandes suivantes du/de la requérBnt(c) : (Reportez-vous aux numéros figurant vis-à-vis des cases à tapage 3 de la 
formule de requête) 



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2. Je ne suis pas d'accord avec les demandes suivantes du/de la requérante) ; (Reporiez-vous am numéros figurant vis-à-vis des cases à la page 3 
de la formule de requête.) 



3. n ^* denumde que la demande du/de la reqiiémil(e) (sauf les parties avec lesquelles je suis d'accord) soil rejetie avec les dépens. 

4. Q Je présente ma propre demande. 

(Joignez la page 3, intitulée k Demande de rintimi(e)». s 'il y a lieu.) 

5. □ Les ANTÉCÉDENTS FAMILIAUX, tels qu'ils sont énoncés dans la requae, □sont exacts. 

Q sont inexacts. 
(S 'ils sont inexacts, joignez votre propre page d 'ANTÉCÉDENTS FAMIUA UX et soulignez les parties qui difUrenl de la version du/de la 
requéranl(e).) 

6. Les faits importants qui constituent le fondement juridique de la position que j'avance au numéro 2 sont les suivants : 

(Sous forme de paragraphes numérotés, énoncez les faits en question. Joignez des pages supplémentaires au besoin et numérotez-les.) 



Tracez une ligne en travers de tout espace laissé en blanc sur la présente page 



Date de la signature Signature de rintimé(e) 

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Naméro de dotsicrdii grelTe . 



DEMANDE DE L'INTIMÉ{E) 

Remplissn une page distircte pour chaque personne contre laquelle vous présemez vos demandes. 

LA PRÉSENTE DEMANDE EST PRÉSENTÉE CONTRE 

□ LE/LA REQUÉRANT(E) 

□ UNE PARTIE JOINTE, soil (nom et prénom officiels) 

(Si votre demande est présentée contre une partie Jointe, assurez-vous que son nom figure à tapage I de la p-ésente formule.) 

JE DEMANDE AU TRIBUNAL CE QUI SUIT : 

(Les demandes ci-dessous comprennent les demandes d'ordonnance temporaire.) 



Demandes visées par la Loi sur le divorce 

(Cochez les cases de la présente colonne 
uniquement si vous demandez un divorce et 
que votre cause est devant la Cour de la 
famille de la Cour supérieure de justice.) 


Demandes portant sur des biens 

(Cochez les cases de la présente colonne 
uniquement si votre cause est devant la Cour 
de la famille de la Cour supérieure de Justice.) 


Demandes parlant sur la protection d'an ou 
de plusieurs enfants 


00 □ un divorce 


20 


Q l'égalisation des biens familiaux 


40 


D 


le droit de visite 


01 Q des aliments pour moi-même 




nets 


41 


D 


une ordonnance de protection 


02 Q des aliments pour un ou plusieurs 


21 


□ la possession exclusive du foyer 






moindre 


enfents (somme Tigurant dans la 




conjugal 


42 


n 


leur retour à mes soins 


table) 


22 


□ la possession exclusive du contenu 


43 


D 


leur placement sous les soins de 


03 □ des aliments pour un ou plusieurs 




du foyer conjugal 






(itom) 


enfants (somme autre que celle 


23 


□ le gel des avoirs 


44 


D 


leur placement en tant que pupilles 


figurant dans la table) 


24 


□ la vente de biens familiaux 






de la société d'aide à l'enfance 


04 Q la garde d'un ou de plusieurs 










pendant mois 


enfants 






45 


D 


leur surveillance par la société 


05 Q le droit de visite à un ou plusieurs 












enfants 












Dcmaades visées par la Loi sur le droit de la 






famille on la Lai portant réforme du droit de 




Antres demandes 








l'enfance 












10 Q des aliments pour moi-même 


30 


n les dépens 


1 1 Q des aliments pour un ou plusieurs 


31 


r~l l'annulation du mariage 








enfants (somme figurant dans la 


32 


Q les intérêts antérieurs au jugement 








uble) 












1 2 Q des al iments pour un ou plusieurs 












enfants (somme autre que celle 












figurant dans la table) 












13 Q la garde d'un ou de plusieurs 












enfants 












14 Q le droit de visite à un ou plusieurs 












enfants 












15 Q une ordonnance de ne pas faire/de 












non-harcèlement 












16 Q une indexation des aliments du 












conjoint 












17 Q une indexation des aliments du 












partenaire de même sexe 












18 Q une déclaration de liens de filiation 












19 Q une tutelle i l'égard des biens de 












l'enfant 












50 □ Autre (Précisez.) 



Donnez des précisions sur l'ordonnance que vous demandez au tribunal. (Indiquez les montants des aliments (s 'ils sont conmis) et le nom des 
enfants à l 'égard desquels des aliments, la garde ou le droit de visite sont demandés.) 



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FAITS IMPORTANTS À L'APPUI DE MES DEMANDES 

(Sous forme de paragraphes numérotés, énoncez tes faits qui constituent le fondement juridique de vos demandes. Joignez des pages 
supplémentaires au besoin et numérotez-les.) 



Tracez une ligne en travers de tout espace laissé en blanc sur la présente page. 



Date de la signature Signature de l'inlimé/e) 



262 



^ .\ ■ ( Il 

Formule lOA 

Loi sur les tribunaia judiciaires 
RÉPONSE 



Numéro de doxsKr du grcITc 



CA'om du tribunal) 



situé{e) au 



Adresse du greffe 



Formule lOA : Réponse 
D du/de la requérant(e) 
D de rinti(né<c) joint(e) 



Requérant(e)(s) 



S'om et prénom officiels et adresse auxjins de signification — numéro et 
rue, municipalilé, codefxislal. numéros de léléi>hone et de télécopieur et 
adresse électronique (le cas échéanii 



Som et luiresse de i'avocat(e) — numéro et rue. municipalité, code 
postal, numéros de téléphone et de télécopieur et adresse électronique 
(le cas échéant) 



Intimé(eXs) 



,\'om et adresse de l'avocatte) numéro et rue. munie ifxilile. code 
postal, numéros de téléphone et de télécopieur et adresse électronique 
(le cas échéant) 



Som et prénom officiels et adresse auxjins de signification ■■- numéro et 
rue. municipalité, code postal, numéros de téléphone et de télécopieur et 
adresse électronique (le cas échéante 



Avocat des enfants 



Nom et adresse de la personne qui représente I 'avocai(e) des enfants awifins île signification (numéro et rue. municipalité, code postal, numéros 
de téléphone et de télécopieur et adresse électronique (le cas échéant)) et nom de la personne représentée. 



INSTRUCTIONS : État financier 



REMPLISSEZ UN ÉTAT FINANCIER (formule 13} SI. selon le cas : 

• votis répondez à une demande d'alimcnU pour le conjoint; 

• vous répondez à une demande d'aliments pour les enfants. 

Vous devez remplir toutes les sections de la formule SAUF SI vous répondez VNIQl'EMFNT i une demande d'aliments pour les enfants dont le 
montant est priScisé dans les tables des Lignes directrices sur les aliments pour les enfants ET que vous êtes d'accord avec la demande. Dans ce cas. 
IK remplisse/ que les sections 1, 2 et 3. 

REMPLISSEZ UN ÉTAT FINANCIER (formule 13.1) SI, selon le cas ; 

• vous repondez à une demande ponant sur des biens ou i une demande portant sur la possession exclusive du foyer conjugal et de son contenu: 

• vous répondez à une demande portant sur des biens ou à uik demande portant sur la possession exclusive du foyer conjugal et de son contenu. 
assortie d'autres demandes de redressement. 

À TOUTES LES PARTIES : 

1. Je m'appelle (nom et prénom officiels) 

2. Je suis d'accord avec les demandes suivantes de rintinH!(e) : (Reportez-vous aux numéros figurant ris-à-vis ties cases à tapage }de la 
formule de défense ) 



3. Je ne suis pas d'accord avec les demandes suivantes de t'intiiité(e) : (Reportez-vous aux numéros figurant vis-à-vis tks cases à la page 3 de la 
formule de défense.) 



4. Q Je demande que la demande de rintimé(e) (sauf les parties avec lesquelles je suis d'accord) soit rcjetcc avec les dépens. 



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5. Les faits importants qui constituent le fondement juridique de la position que J'avance au niunéro 3 sont les suivants ; 

(Sous forme de para^aphes numérotés, énoncez les fails en question. Joignez des pages supplémentaires au besoin el numérotez-les.) 



Tracez une ligne horizontale en travers de tout espace laissé en blanc sur la présente page. 



Date de la signature Signature 

(3) La formule 13 du Règlement est abrogée et remplacée par ce qui suit : 



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Formule 13 

Loi sur les tribunaux Judiciaires 
ÉTAT FINANCIER 



(fn'om du tribunal) 



situé<e) au 



Adresse du peffe 



Nuniiro de dossier du grcflé 

Formule 13 : 

Eut financter 

(demandes d'aliments) 

fait sous sermcnt/afTirmé 

solennellement 



Requérant(cXs) 



Nom et prénom officiels et adresse ma fins de signification — numéro et 
rue, municipalité, code postal, numéros de téléphone et de télécopieur et 
adresse électronique (le cas échéant). 



Nom et adresse de I 'avocat(e) — numéro et rue, municipalité, code postal, 
numéros de téléphone et de télécopieur et adresse électronique (le cas 
échéant). 



lntiraé(eXs) 



Nom et adresse de ravocat(e) — numéro et rue, municipalité, code postal, 
numéros de téléphone et de télécopieur el adresse électronique (te cas 
échéant). 



Nom et prénom officiels et adresse aux fins de signification — numéro et 
rue, municipalilé, code postal, numéros de téléphone et de télécopieur et 
adresse électronique (le cas échéant). 



INSTRUCTIONS 



1. VOUS N'AVEZ PAS BESOIN DE REMPLIR LA PRÉSENTE FORMULE SI : 

• votre unique demande d'aliments consiste en une demande d'aliments pour les enfants dont te montant est prtcisé dans les tables 
des Lignes directrices sur les aliments pour les enfants et que vous ne présentez pas une demande visée au paragraphe 3 ci- 
dessous, ni n'y répondez. 

2. UTILISEZ LA PRÉSENTE FORMULE SI, selon le cas: 

• vous présentez une demande d'aliments pour le conjoint ou vous y répondez; 

• vous répondez t une demande d'aliments pour les enfants; 

• vous présentez une demaixie d'aliments pour les enfants d'un montant qui difRre de celui qui est précisé dans les tables des 
Lignes directrices sur les aliments pour les enfants. 

Vous devez remplir toutes les sections de la formule, SAUF SI vous répondez UNIQUEMENT à une demaixie d'aliments pour les enfants 
dont le montant est précisé dans les tables des Lignes directrices sur les aliments pour les enfants ET que vous êtes d'acc(»d avec la 
demande. Dans ce cas, ne remplissez que les sections 1, 2 et 3. 

3. N'UTIUSEZ PAS LA PRÉSENTE FORMULE, MAIS UTIUSEZ PLUTÔT LA FORMULE 13.1 SI. selon le cas : 

• vous présentez une demande portait sur des biens ou une demande portant sur la possession exclusive du foyer conjugal et de son 
contenu, ou vous y répondez; 

• vous présentez une demande portant sur des biens ou une demande portant sur la possession exclusive du foyer conjugal et de son 
contenu, assortie d'autres demandes de redressement, ou vous y répondez. 

1. it m' appelit (nom et prénom officiels) 

J'kabitcl (municipalité et province) 

cl je déclare sous scrmcat/j'affinnc wlcBaclleffleat qvc les rciueifBenieBts suivants loat véridiqucs : 

Mon état finai>cier, tel qu'il figure dans les (précisez le nombre) pages suivantes, est exact au mieux de ma connaissance et de ma 

croyance et rend compte de la situation financière mi (date à laquelle tes renseignements sont exacts) 

des personnes ci-dessous : 

□ moi-même 

□ la ou les persoimes suivantes : (Donnez leur nom el leur lien de parenté avec vous.) 



Cochez une ou 
plusieurs cases, 
selon les 
circonstances. 



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Fonnute 13 : État fimncier (dcnand» d'«linient«) (p«g« 2) 



numéro de dossier da greffe . 



REMARQUE : Lorsque vous indiquez des revenus et dépenses mensuels, donnez le montant réel actuel si vous le connaisse: ou pouvez le déterminer. 
Pour obtenir un montant mensuel, vous devez multiplier tout revenu hebdomadaire par 4,33 ou diviser tout revenu annuel par 12. 



SECTION I : REVENUS 

pour la période de 12 mois allant du (date) du (date) 

Veuillez inclure les revenus et les autres sommes que vous recevez de toutes provenances, qu 'ils soient imposables ou non. Indiquez le montant brut 
ci-dessous et les deductions à la section 3. 



CATÉGORIE 


Par mois 


1. 


Traitement ou salaire, temps supplémentaire 
compris (avant déductions) 




2. 


GrMifications, honoraires et commissions 




3. 


Aide sociale 




4. 


Assurance-emploi 




5. 


Indemnités d'accident du travail 




6. 


Prestations de retraite 




7. 


Dividendes 




8. 


Intérêts 





CATÉGORIE 


Par mois 


9. 


Loyer et pension 




10. 


Crédit d'impAt pour enfant du Canada 




11. 


Aliments efTectivement reçus 




IX 


Revenu des enfants 




13. 


Remboursement de la T.P.S. 




14. 


Paiements de fonds en fiducie 




15. 


Cadeaux 




16. 


Autre (Précisez. Joignez une outre Jeuille au 
besoin.) 




17. 


REVENUS DE TOUTES PROVENANCES 





SECTION 2 : AUTRES AVANTAGES 

Indiquez vos avantages non pécuniaires, tels que l 'utilisation d 'une voiture de fonction, l 'adhésion à un club ou la chambre et la pension que votre 
employeur ou quelqu 'un d 'autre vousjbumil ou les avantages qui sont passés en charges par votre entreprise. 



ARTICLE 


PRÉCISIONS 


Valeur marchande 
mensuelle 








18. TOTAL 





19. REVXNU MENSUEL BRUT ET AVANTAGES (AddWonmz : [17] plus [ISW S 

SECTION 3 : RETENUES À LA SOURCE 

pour la période de 12 riMts allant du (dote) au (date) 



GENRE DE DÉPENSES 


Par mob 


20. 


Impôt sur le revenu 




21. 


Régime de pensions du Canada 




22. 


Autres régimes de pension 




23. 


Assurance-emploi 




24. 


Cotisations syndicales ou autres 





GENRE DE DÉPENSES 


Par mois 




25. 


Assurance collective 






26 


Autre (Précisez. Joignez une autre feuille au 
besoin.) 










27. 


TOTAL — RETENUES À LA SOURCE 







28. REVENU MENSUEL NET (Soustrayez : |19| moins [11].) $ 



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SECTION 4 : DÉPENSES TOTALES 

pour la période de 12 mois allant du ^<fa/r^ au (date) 

REMARQUE : Si vota devez remplir la présente section (voir les instructions à la page I), vous devez indiquer vos frais de subsistance TOTAUX, y 
compris ceux pour les enfams qui habitent chez vous. Vous pouvez également utiliser la présente section pour établir un projet de budget. Pour ce 
faire, photocopiez la section 4. remplissez les parties nécessaires, remplacez le titre par tProjet de budget» et joignez le document à la présente 
formule. 



GENRE DE DÉPENSES 


Par mois 


Logement 


». 


Loyer/hypothique 




39. 


Impdts fonciers et municipaux 




31. 


Frais de ccxxkxninium et dépenses communes 




31 


Eau 




33. 


Electricité et combustible de chauflage 




34. 


Téléphone 




35. 


Câblodisiribution et télévision payante 




36. 


Assurance-habitation 




37. 


Réparations domiciliaires, entretien, jardinage 




Total partiel — numéros |29| i |37| 




Nourriture, vêtements, transport, etc. 


3S. 


Épicerie 




39. 


Repas pris i l 'extérieur de la maison 




40. 


Articles ménagers divers 




41. 


Coiffure et articles de loilettc 




42. 


Blandiissage et nettoyage à sec 




43. 


Vêtements 




44. 


Transports en commun 




45. 


Taxis 




46. 


Assurance-automobile 




47. 


Permis de conduire et immatiiculatiaa 




48. 


Prét-Butomobile 




49. 


Entretien et répsation de la voiture 




50. 


Essence et huile 




51. 


Statiormemem 




ToUI partiel — aunéros |38] i |5I| 




Soins de santé et soins médicaux (N'incluez pas les dépenses 
liées aux enfants.) 


52. 


Soins dentaires ordinaires 




S3. 


Soins orthodomiques ou soins dentaires spéciaux 




54. 


Médicaments 




55. 


Lunettes ou verres de contact 




5«. 


Primes d'assuraice-vie ou d'assurance temporaire 




ToUI partiel — «Bniéros |S2| à |56| 





RÉSUMÉ DU REVENU ET DES DÉPENSES 

Revenu mensuel net (numéro |28| ci-dessus) 

laoioi les dépenses mensuelles réelles (numéro |S2| ci-dessus) 

EXCÉDENT/DÉnCIT MENSUEL RÉEL 



GENRE DE DÉPENSES 


Par mois 


Enfants 


57. 


Activités scolaires (sorties éducatives, etc.) 




58. 


Repas pris i l'école 




59. 


Frais scolaires, livres, etc. (enfants) 




60. 


Camp d'été 




61. 


Activités (cours de musique, clubs, sports) 




62. 


Atjem de poche 




63. 


Gardiennage d'enfants 




64. 


Garderie 




65. 


Soins dentaires ordinaires 




66. 


Soins orthodontiques ou soins denlaiies spéciaux 




67. 


Médicaments 




68. 


Lunettes ou veties de contact 




Total partiel — numéros |S7| i |68| 




Divers et autres 


69. 


Livres pour la maison, joumaux. revues, cassettes 
vidéo et disques compacts 




70. 


Cadeaux 




71. 


Oeuvres de bienfaisance 




72. 


Alcool et tabac 




73. 


Dépenses pour animaux domestiques 




74. 


Frais scolaires, livres, droits, etc. 




75. 


Sotties et loisirs 




76. 


Vacaices 




77. 


Cartes de crédit (mais non pour les dépenses 
mentionnées ailleurs dots le présent état) 




7g. 


R.E.É R. ou autres régimes d'épargne 




79. 


Aliments réellement versés dans une autre cause 




80. 


Impdt sur le revenu et cotisation au Régime de 
pensions du Canada (non prélevés à la source) 




81. 


Autre (Précisez. Joignez une autre feuille au 
besoin.) 




Total partiel — numéros f69| i |81) 




82. 


Tout — numéros |29| i |81| 





.S 

.$ 
s 



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Formule 13 : Ém lin»Bcitr (denmides d'tlitncnti) (p«gt 4) numéro d« doMitr da grtffe . 

SECTION 5 : AUTRES RENSEIGNEMENTS RELATIFS AU REVENU 

1 . Je suis Q employé(e) par (nom et adresse de l 'employeur) 



Q à mon compte et j'exerce mes «ctivitis commerciales sous le nom de (nom et adresse de l 'entreprise) 



Q sans emploi depuis (dernière date à laquelle vous étiez employé(e)) 



2. Je joins les documents requis suivants (si vous déposez le présent éial pour mettre à jour ou corriger un ital antérieur, vous n'avez pas à 
Joindre les déclarations de revenus déjà déposées auprès du tribunal) : 

Q soit une copie des déclzu^ons de revenus que j'ai remises à l'Agence des douanes et du revenu du Canada pour les trois 

demiires années d'imposition, une copie des pièces qui y étaient jointes ainsi qu'une copie des avis de cotisation ou de nouvelle 
cotisation d'impôt que j'ai reçus de l'Agence pour ces années; 

Q soit une déclaration de l'Agence des douanes et du revenu du Canada selon laquelle je n'ai produit aucune déclaration de 
revenus pour les trois dernières années; 

Q soit une directive, rédigée selon la formule 13A, signée de ma main et adressée à la Direction de l'impôt de l'Agence des 

douanes et du revenu du Canada permettant la divulgation de mes déclarations de revenus et de tnes avis de cotisation à l'autre 
partie pour les trois dernières années. 

Je joins la preuve de mon revenu actuel, y compris mon plus récent : 

Q talon de chèque de paie. □ talon de chèque d'assurance-emploi. Q talon de chèque d'indemnité d'accident 

du travail. 
□ talon de chèque de pension. Q Autre. (Précisez.) 

3. □ (Cochez s 'il y a lieu.) Je suis un(e) lndien(ne) au sens de la Loi sur les Indiens (Canada). Tout mon revenu est exonéré d'impôt et je 

ne suis pas tenu(e) de remettre une déclaration de revenus. Par conséquent, je n'ai pas joint de déclaration de revenus pour les trois 
dernières années. 

SECTION 6 : AUTRES MEMBRES DU MÉNAGE QUI GAGNENT UN REVENU 

\e remplissez la présente section que si vous présentez une demande pour difficultés excessives ou une demande d'aliments pour le conjoint. 
Indiquez au numéro I ou 2 si vous habitez avec une autre personne (par exemple, conjoint, partenaire de mime sexe, colocataire ou locataire). Si 
vous remplissez le numéro 2, remplissez également les numéros 3 à 6. 

1. □ J'habite seul(e). 

2. l'hiintc avec (nom et prénom officiels de la personne) 

3. Cette personne a ^nomirej enfant(s) qui habite(nt) sous le même toiL 

4. Cette personne □ tnvû]iei/cbez (lieu de travail ou d'activité) 

□ ne travaille pas i l 'extérieur du foyer. 

5. Cette personne □ gagne (montant) $par 

Q ne gagne rien. 

6. Cette peisonne □ paieenviron $par pour les dépenses du ménage. 

Q ne paie aucime des dépenses du ménage. 

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numéro dt dossier du greffe . 



SECTION 7 : BIENS 



BIENS-FONDS 



Genre de bien-fonds 


Adresse du bien-fonds 


Genre de droit de propriété (Indiquez le 
pourcentage de votre miértt.) 


Valeur marchande estimative 
de votre intértt 






83. VALEUR TOTALE 





ARTICLES DIVERS ET VÉHICULES (y compris articles ménagers et ameublement, bijoux, voitures, bateaux, outils, articles de sport et de loisirs) 



Description (y com{ms emplacement, année et marque) 


Valeur marchande estimative 
(pas le coûl de remplacement) 


«4. VALEUR TOTALE 





COMPTES BANCAIRES, ÉPARGNE, VALEURS MOBILIÈRES ET FONDS DE PENSION (y compris R.E.É.R., autres régimes d'épargne, espèces, 
comptes auprès d'établissements financiers, actions, obligations, dépôts t terme et intérêts majoritaires dans une entreprise constituée en personne morale) 



Article/Genre 



Etafalissemeni (y compris l'emplacement)/ 
Description (y compris l'émetteur et la date) 



Date d'échéance 



ai pen 



Montante 

Valeur marchande estimative 



Numéro de compte 



S5. VALEUR TOTALE 



ASSURANCE-VIE ET INVALIDITÉ (Énumérez toutes les polices en vigueur.) 






Compagnie, genre et numéro de police 


Bénéficiaire 


Capital assuré 


Valeur de rachat actuelle 






iL Valeur TOTALE 





INTÉRÊTS DANS UNE ENTREPRISE (Indiquez tout intérêt dont vous êtes actuellement propriétaire dans une entreprise non constituée en personne 
morale.) 



Nom de l'entreprise ou de la compagnie 


Nature et emplacement de l'enuept ise 


Intérêt 


Valeur marchande estimative 
de votre intérêt 






»7. VALEUR TOTALE 





CRÉANCES (y compris tout jugement du tribunal rendu en votre foveur. toute somme i laquelle vous avez droit dans le cadre d'une succession et tout 
remboursement d'impôt qui vous est dO.) 



Précisions (y compris le nom des débiteurs) 


Montant de la créance 


M. TOTAL DES CRÉANCES 




AUTKES BIENS 




Genre de bien 


Description et emplacement 


Valeur marchande estimative 


«9. VALEUR TOTALE DES AUTRES BIENS 








96. Valeur DÉ tous LËÀbllENâ 

Additionnel les numéros |83| à |89| 





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numéro de dossier du greffe . 



SECTION 8 : DETTES ET AUTRES OBLIGATIONS 

les dettes et autres obligations peuvent comprendre toute somme due à I Agence des douanes et du revenu du Canada, les obligations éventuelles comme 
les garanties que vous avez données précisez qu 'elles sont éventuelles), les frais de Justice ou honoraires non payés qui découlent de cette cause, les 
hypothèques, les charges, les privilèges, les billets, les cartes de crédit et les sommes à payer. 



Genre de deRc 


Créancier 


Précisions 


Paiements mensaels 


Somme totale due 
actuellement 


Banque, compagnie de fiducie 
ou de financement, ou prêts 
d'une caisse populaire 










Sommes dues à des sociétés 
émettrices de cartes de crédit 










Aunes dettes 












9t. VALEUR TOTALE DES DETTES ET AUTRES OBLIGATIONS : 





SECTION 9 : RÉSUMÉ DES AVOIRS ET DES OBLIGATIONS 



Sommes 



VALEUR TOTALE DES AVOIRS (numéro |90| ci-dessus) 



moins VALEUR TOTALE DES DETTES (numéro |91| ci-dessus) 



92. VALEUR NETTE 



Q Je ne prévois aucun changement dans ma situation fmanciérc. 
Q Je prévois les changements suivants dans ma situation financière : 



O ^e joins im projet de budget rédigé selon le modèle de la section 4 de la présente formule. 

REMARQUE : Dis que vous découvrez que les renseignemeitts contenus dans le présent état financier sont inexacts ou incomplets, ou que 
votre situation a subi un changement itnportant qui Influe ou influera sur les renseignements contenus dans le présent état financer, vous 
DEVEZ signifier à toutes les autres parties à cette cause et déposer auprès du tribunal : 

» soit un nouvel état financier contenant ties renseignements mis à Jour, 

• soit un affldavit rédigé selon la formule 14A qui précise les changements, s 'Us sont mineurs. 



Déclaré sous serment/Affirmé 
solennellement devant moi à 




municipalité 
en/A/au 




province. Etat ou pays 
Le 


Signature 

(La présente formule doit être signée en 

présence d'un avocat, d'un juge de paix, d'un 


date commissaire aux affidavits 

(Dactylographiez le nom ou écrivez-le en caractères 
d'imprimerie ci-dessous si la signature est illisible.) 


notaire ou d'un commissaire aux affidavits.) 



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I.I''-'. 

Formule 13.1 

Loi sur les tribunaux judiciaires 
ÉTAT FINANCIER 



Numéro de donier du HEreffit 



(Nom du tribunal) 



situé(e) au 



Adrttst Uu greffe 



Formule 13.1 : 

État Tinancier 

(demandes portant sur des 

biens et demandes d'aliments) 

fait sous serment/affirmé 

solennellement 



Reqairant(eXs) 



Nom et prénom officiels el adresse aux fira de signification — numéro et 
rue. municipalité, code postal, numéros de lélépfuMte et de télécopieur et 
adresse électronique fie cas échéant). 



Nom et adresse de l'avocal(e) — numéro et rue, municipalité, code 
postal, numéros de téléphone el de télécopieur et adresse électronique 
(le cas échéant). 



Intim«(eXs) 



Nom et prénom officiels el adresse aux fins de signification — numéro el 
rue, municipalité, code postal, numéros de téléphone et de télécopieur el 
adresse électronique (le cas échéant). 



Nom et adresse tie I 'avocat(e) numéro et rue. municipalité, code 
postal numéros de téléphone et de télécopieur el adresse électronique 
(le cas échéant). 



INSTRUCTIONS 



UTiUSEZ LA PRÉSENTE FORMin.E SI, sekm le cas : 

• v(HU présentez une demande portant sur des biens ou une demande portant sur la possession exclusive du foyer conjugal et de son 
contenu, ou vouï y répondez; 

• vous présentez une demande portant sur des biens ou une demande ponant sur la possession exclusive du foyer conjugal et de son 
contenu, assortie d'autres demandes de redressement, ou vous y répottde?. 

N'UTILISEZ PAS LA PRÉSENTE FORMULE, MAIS UTIUSEZ PLUTÔT LA FORMlfl.E 13 SI : 

• vous présentez une demande d'aliments ou y répwidez, mais NE présentez PAS de demande portant sur des biens ou de demande 
portant sur la possession exclusive du foyer conjugal et de son contenu, NI n'y répondez. 



^e mi' »ff^Ot (nom et prénom officiels) 

J'habite i (municipalité el province) 

et je déclare sous serment/j'affirrae sokaBcIkraeBt que ks reascif acacats snivaati sont vérjdkgucs : 

Mon état fuiancicr, tel qu'il figure dans \ss (précisez le nombre) pages suivantes, est exact au mieux de ma connaissance et de 

nu croyance et rend compte de la situation financière au (date à laquelle ks renseignements sont exacts) 

des personnes ci-dessous : 



Cochez une ou 
plusieurs cases, 
selon les 
circonsiances. 



□ moi-même 

Q la ou les personnes suivantes : (Donnez leur nom et leur lien de parenté avec vous.) 



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HEM ARQUE : Lorsque vous indiquez des revenus et dépenses mensuels, donnez le montant réel actuel si vous le connaissez ou pouvez le 
déterminer. Pour obtenir un montant mensuel, vom devez multiplier tout revenu hebdomadaire par 4,33 ou diviser tout revenu annuel par 12. 



SECTION 1 : REVENUS 



pour la période de 12 mois allant du fii/a/e^ aa (date) 

Veuillez inclure les revenus ei les autres sommes que vous recevez de toutes provenances, qu 'ils soient imposables ou non. Indiquez le montant brut 
ci-dessous et les déductions à la section 3. 



CATÉGORIE 


Par mob 


1. 


Traitement ou salaire, temps supplémentaire 
compris (avant déductions) 




2. 


Gratiflcations, honoraires et commissions 




3. 


Aide sociale 




4. 


Assurance-emploi 




5. 


Indemnités d'accident du travail 




6. 


Prestations de reUaiie 




7. 


Dividendes 




8. 


intérêts 





CATÉGORIE 


Par mois 


9. 


Loyer et pension 




10. 


Crédit d'impôt pour enfant du Canada 




11. 


Aliments efTectiveinent reçus 




12. 


Revenu des enfants 




13. 


RembourKmcnt de la T.P.S. 




14. 


Paiements de fonds en fiducie 




15. 


Cadeaux 




16. 


Autre (Précisez. Joignez une autre feuille au 
besoin.) 




17. 


REVENUS DE TOUTES PROVENANCES 





SECTION 2 : AUTRES AVANTAGES 

Indiquez vos avantages non pécuniaires, tels que l 'utilisation d 'une voiture deJbrKtion, l 'adhésion à un club ou la chambre et la pension que votre 
employeur ou quelqu 'un d 'autre vous fournit ou tes avantages qui sorti passés en charges par votre entreprise. 



ARTICLE 


PRÉCISIONS 


Valeur marchande 
mensuelle 








18. TOTAL 




19. REVENU MENSUEL BRUT ET AVANTAGES C^<MWoi»««.|17|ptej (181.; 


$ 





SECTION 3 : RETENUES A LA SOURCE 

pour la période de 12 mois allant du (date) au (date) 



GENRE DE DÉPENSES 


Par mois 


20. 


Impdt sur le revenu 




21. 


Régime de pensions du Canada 




22. 


Autres régimes de pension 




23. 


Assurance-emploi 




24. 


Cotisations syndicales ou autres 





GENRE DE DÉPENSES 


Par mois 


25. 


Assurance colleaive 




26. 


Autre (Précisez. Joignez une autre feuille au 
besoin.) 




27. 


TOTAL — RETENUES À LA SOURCE 





28. REVENU MENSUEL NET (ïo«i/r«y« ; |19| moj/iï [27|.> „ $ 



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SECTION 4 : DÉPENSES TOTALES 

pour ta période de 12 mois allant dui^ore^ ta (date) 

REMARQUE : Vous devez remplir la présente section dans tous tes cas. fous devez indiquer vos frais de subsistance TOTÀ UX y compris ceta 
pour les enfants qui habitent chez vous. Vous pouvez également utiliser la présente section pour établir un projet de budget. Pour ce faire, 
photocopiez ta section 4, remplissez tes parties nécessaires, remplacez le titre par «Projet de budget» et joignez te document à la présente formule. 



GENRE DE DÉPENSES 


Par mois 


Logement 


29. 


Loyer/hypothèque 




30. 


Impôts fonciers et municipaux 




31. 


Frais de condominium et dépenses communes 




32. 


Eau 




33. 


Électricité et combustible de chauffage 




34. 


Téléphone 




35. 


Câblodistribution et télévision payante 




36. 


Assurance-habitation 




37. 


Réparations domiciliaires, entretien, jardinage 




Total partiel — numéros |29| à |37] 




Nourriture, vêtements, transport, etc. 


38. 


Épicerie 




39. 


Repas pris i l'extérieur de la maison 




40. 


Articles ménageis diveis 




41. 


Coiffure et articles de toilette 




42. 


Blanchissage et nettoyage à sec 




43. 


Vêtements 




44. 


Transports en commun 




45. 


Taxis 




46. 


Assurance-automobile 




47. 


Pemiis de conduire et immatriculation 




48. 


Prét-automobile 




49. 


Entretien et réparation de la voiture 




50. 


Essence et huile 




51. 


Stationnement 




Total partiel — numéros (38| à |51| 




Soins de santé et soins médicaux (N'incluez pas tes dépenses 
liées aux enfants.) 


52. 


Soins dentaires ordinaires 




53. 


Soins orthodontiques ou soins dentaires spéciaux 




54. 


Médicaments 




55. 


Lunettes ou verres de contaa 




S«. 


Primes d'assurance-vie ou d'assurance temporaire 




Total partiel — numéros |52) à [56| 





GENRE DE DÉPENSES 


Par mois 


Enfants 


57. 


Activités scolaires (sorties éducatives, etc.) 




58. 


Repas pris i l'école 




59. 


Frais scolaires, livres, etc. (enfants) 




60. 


Camp d'été 




61. 


Activités (cours de musique, clubs, sports) 




62. 


Argent de poche 




63. 


Gardiennage d'enfants 




64. 


Garderie 




65. 


Soins dentaires ordinaires 




66. 


Soins orthodontiques ou soins dentaires spéciaux 




67. 


Médicaments 




68. 


Lunettes ou veties de contact 




Total partiel — numéros |S7| à [68| 




Divers et autres 


69. 


Livres pour la maison, journaux, revues, cassettes 
vidéo et disques compacts 




70. 


Cadeaux 




71. 


Oeuvres de bienfaisance 




72. 


Alcool et tabac 




73. 


Dépenses pour animaux domestiques 




74. 


Frais scolaires, livres, droits, etc. 




75. 


Sorties et loisirs 




76. 


Vacances 




77. 


Cartes de crédit (mais non pour les dépenses 
mentionnées ailleurs dans le présent étal) 




78. 


R.E.É.R. ou autres régimes d'épargne 




79. 


Aliments réellement versés dans une autre cause 




80. 


ImpAt sur le revenu et cotisation au Kéglme de 
pensions du Canada (non prélevés à la source) 




81. 


Autre (Précisez. Joignez une autre feuille au 
besoin.) 




Total partiel — numéros |69) i (81) 




82. 


Total — numéros f29| à (811 





RÉSUMÉ DU REVENU ET DES DÉPENSES 

Revenu mensuel net (numéro [28] ci-dessus) 

moins les dépenses mensuelles réelles (numéro |82] ci-dessus) 

EXCÉDENT/DÉnCIT MENSUEL RÉEL 



S 
S 

s 



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SECTION 5 : AUTRES RENSEIGNEMENTS RELATIFS AU REVENU 

1. Je suis □ emf\oyi(t) par (nom et adresse de l'employeur) 



Q i nion compte et j'exerce mes activités commerciales sous le nom de (nom et adresse de l'entreprise) 



Q sans emploi depuis (dernière date à laquelle vous étiez employé(e)) 



2. Je joins les documents requis suivants (si vous déposez te présent élatpour mettre à jour ou corriger un étal antérieur, vous n 'avez pas à 
joiruire les déclarations de revenus déjà déposées auprès du tribunal) : 

Q soit une copie des déclarations de revenus que j'ai remises i l'Agence des douanes et du revenu du Canada pour les trois 
dernières années d'imposition, une copie des pièces qui y étaient jointes ainsi qu'une copie des avis de cotisation ou de 
nouvelle cotisation d'impôt que j'ai reçus de l'Agence pour ces années; 

Q soit une déclaration de l'Agence des douanes et du revenu du Canada selon laquelle je n'ai produit aucune déclaration de 
revenus pour les trois dernières années; 

03 soit une directive, rédigée selon la formule I3A, signée de ma main et adressée à la Direction de l'impôt de l'Agence des 
douanes et du revenu du Canada permettant la divulgation de mes déclarations de revenus et de mes avis de cotisation à 
l'autre partie pour les trois deraieres années. 

Je joins la preuve de mon revenu actuel, y compris mon plus récent : 

Q talon de chèque de paie. Q talon de chèque d'assurance-emploi. Q] talon de chèque d'indemnité d'accident 

du travail. 
□ talon de chèque de pension. Q Autre. (Précisez.) 

3. □ (Cochez s 'il y a lieu.) Je suis un(e) Indien(ne) au sens de la Loi sur les Indiens (Canada). Tout mon revenu est exonéré d'impôt et je 

ne suis pas tenu(e) de remettre une déclaration de revenus. Par conséquent, je n'ai pas joint de déclaration de revenus pour les trois 
deraières années. 

SECTION 6 : AUTRES MEMBRES DU MÉNAGE QUI GAGNENT UN REVENU 

Afe remplissez la présente section que si vous présentez une demande pour difficultés excessives ou une demande d 'aliments pour le conjoint 
Indiquez au numéro I ou 2 si vous habitez avec une autre personne (par exemple, conjoint, partenaire de même sexe, colocataire ou locataire). Si 
vous remplissez le numéro 2, remplissez également les numéros 3 à 6. 

1. □ J'habite seul(e). 

2. J'habite avec (nom et prénom officiels de la personne) 

3. Cette personne a (>iomire> enfant(s) qui habite(nt) sous le mime toit 



4. Cette personne Q travaille à/chez (lieu de travail ou d'activité) 

Q ne travaille pas à l'extérieur du foyer. 

5. Cette personne □ gagpc (montant) $par 

Q] ne gagne rien. 

6. Cette persoime □ paieenviron Jpar pour les dépenses du ménage. 

Q ne paie aucune des dépenses du ménage. 

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SECTION 7 : AVOIRS SITUÉS EN ONTARIO ET AILLEURS 

Si quelque partie que ce soil des sections 7 à Une s 'applique pas, ne la laissez pas vierge: écrivez en caractères d 'imprimerie «SANS OBJET» 
dans la partie. 

La date du mariage est : (précisez la date) 

La date d'évaluation est : (précisez la date) 

La date du début de la cohabitation (si elle difière de la date du mariage) est : (précisez la dale) 



SECTION 7 a) : BIENS-FONDS 

Indiquez tout intérêt, y compris un intérêt à bail et une hypothèque, sur un bien-fonds dont vous étiez propriétaire à la date indiquée dans chacune 
des colonnes ci-dessous. Indiquez la valeur marchande estimative de votre intérêt, sans en déduire les charges qui le grèvent ou les coûts de 
disposition, ceux-ci devant être inscrits à la section 8 sous la rubrique «Dettes et autres obligations». 



Nature et genre du droit 

de propriété 

(indiquez le pourcentage 

de votre intérêt, le cas 

échéant.) 


Adresse du bien-fonds 


Valeur marchande estimaUve de VOTRE intérêt 


à la date du 
mariage 


à la date 
d'évaltiation 


aujourd'hui 














83. VALEUR TOTALE DES BIENS-FONDS 


S 


■!■■ 



SECTION 7 b) : ARTICLES ET APPAREILS MÉNAGERS DIVERS ET VÉHICULES 

Pour les biens de cette nature dont vous étiez propriétaire à la date indiquée dans chacune des colonnes ci-dessous, indiquez la valeur marchande 
estimative, et non la valeur de remplacement. Se déduisez pas les charges qui les grèvent ou les coûts de disposition ici. ceux-ci devant être inscrits 
à la section 8 sous la rubrique «Denes et autres obligations». 



Article 


Description 


Indiquez si l'article 

n'est PAS en votre 

possession. 


Valeur marchande esUmative de VOTRE intérêt 


à la date du 
mariage 


à la date 
d'évaluation 


aujourd'hui 


Articles et 
appareils ménagers 
et ameublement 












Voitures, bateaux 
et autres véhicules 












Bijoux, objets 
d'art, appareils 
électroniques, 
outils, articles de 
sport et équipement 
de loisirs 












Autres articles 
spéciaux 














84. VALEUR TOTALE DES ARTICLES ET APPAREILS MÉNAGERS 

DIVERS ET DES VÉHICULES 


S 


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SECTION 7 c) : COMPTES BANCAIRES, ÉPARGNE, VALEURS MOBILIÈRES ET FONDS DE PENSION 

Indiquez les articles dont vous étiez propriétaire à la date indiquée dans chacune des colonnes ci-dessous par catégorie, par exemple les espèces, 
les comptes auprès d 'établissements financiers, les fonds de pension, les régimes enregistrés d 'épargne-retraite et autres régimes d 'épargne, les 
récépissés de dépôt et toute autre forme d 'épargne, ainsi que les obligations, garanties, options, billets et valeurs mobilières. Indiquez quelle serait 
la valeur marchande des valeurs mobilières, selon votre estimation la plus juste, si ces articles devaient être vendus sur le marché libre. 



Catégorie 


ÉTABLISSEMENT (y compris l'emplacementV 
DESCRIPTION (y compris l'émetteur et la date) 


Numéro de 
compte 


Montant/valeur marchande estimative 


à la date du mariage 


à la date 
d'évaluation 


aujourd'hui 














85. VALEUR TOTALE DES COMPTES, DE L'ÉPARGNE, 
DES VALEURS MOBIUÈRES ET DES FONDS DE PENSION 


$ 


^^H 



SECTION 7 d) : ASSURANCE- VIE ET INVALIDITÉ 

Énumérez toutes les polices en vigueur à la date indiquée dans chacune des colonnes ci-dessous. 



Compagnie, genre et numéro de 
police 


Titulaire 


Bénéficiaire 


Capital 
assuié 


Valeur de rachat 


à la date du mariage 


à la date 
d'évaluation 


aujourd'hui 
















86. VALEUR DE RACHAT TOTALE DES POLICES D'ASSURANCE 


S 


^^H 



SECTION 7 e) : INTÉRÊTS DANS UNE ENTREPRISE 

Indiquez tout intérêt, dans une entreprise non constituée en personne morale, dont vous étiez propriétaire à la date indiquée dans chacune des 
colonnes ci-dessous. Un intérêt dans une entreprise constituée en personne morale peut être indiqué ici ou à la section 7 c) sous la rubrique 
«COMPTES BANCAIRES. ÉPARGNE, VALEURS MOBILIÈRES ET FONDS DE PENSION». Indiquez la valeur marchande de votre intérêt, selon 
votre estimation la plus juste. 



Nom de l'entreprise ou de la 
compagnie 


Intérêt 


Valeur marchande estimative de VOTRE intérêt 


i la date du mariage 


à la date 
d'évaluation 


aujourd'hui 












«7. VALEUR TOTALE DES INTÉRÊTS DANS UNE ENTREPRISE 


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SECTION 7 : CRÉANCES 

Donnez des précisions sur toutes les sommes que d 'autres personnes vous devaient à la date indiquée dans chacune des colonnes ci-dessous, que 
ce soit dans le cadre d 'activités commerciales ou à titre personnel. Veuillez inclure tout jugement du tribunal rendu en votre faveur, toute somme à 
laquelle vous avez droit dans le cadre d une succession et tout remboursement d 'impôt qui vous est dû. 



Précisions 


Montant de la créance 


à la dale du 
mariage 


à la date 
d'évaluation 


aujourd'hui 










88. TOTAL DES CRÉANCES 


S 


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SECTION 7 g) : AUTRES BIENS 

Énumérez les autres biens ou avoirs dont vous étiez propriétaire à la date indiquée dans chacune des colonnes ci-dessous et que vous n 'avez pas 
mentionnés plus haut. Indiquez la valeur marchande qui vous semble la f^us juste. 



Catégorie 


Précisions 


Valeur marchande estimative de VOTRE intérêt 


à la date du 
mariage 


à la date 
d'évaluation 


aujourd'hui 


- 










89. VALEUR TOTALE DES AUTRES BIENS 


$ 


^^H 


90. VALEUR DE TOUS LES BIENS DONT VOUS ÉTIEZ PROPRIÉTAIRE 

À LA DATE D'ÉVALUATION 

(Additionnez les numéros (83J à [99].) 


S 


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SECTION 8 : DETTES ET AUTRES OBLIGATIONS 

Indiquez les dettes et autres obligations que vous aviez à la date indiquée dans chacune des colonnes ci-dessous. Énumérez-les par catégorie, par 
exemple les hypothèques, charges, privilèges, billets, cartes de crédit et sommes à payer. N'oubliez pas d'inclure : 

• toute somme que vous devez à l 'Agence des douanes et du revenu du Canada; 

• les obligations éventuelles comme les garanties que vous avez données (précisez qu 'elles sont éventuelles); 

• les frais de justice ou honoraires non payés qui découlent de celte cause. 



Catégorie 


Précisions 


Montant de la dette 


k la date du 
manage 


à la date 
d'évaluation 


aujourd'hui 












91. VALEUR TOTALE DES DETTES ET AUTRES OBLIGATIONS 


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SECTION 9 : BIENS, DETTES ET AUTRES OBLIGATIONS À LA DATE DU MARIAGE 

Indiquez par catégorie la valeur de vos biens et de vos dettes et autres obligations, calculée à la dale de voire mariage. N 'INCL UEZ PAS LA 
VALEUR D VN FOYER CONJUGAL DONT VOUS ÉTIEZ PROPRIÉTAIRE À CE MOMENT-LÀ SI CE BIEN EST TOUJOURS UN FOYER 
CONJUGAL Au DATED ÉVALUATION. 



Catégorie et précisions 


Valeur à la date du mariage 


Avoirs 


Obligations 


Biens-fimds 






Articles et appareils ménagers divers et véhicules 






Comptes bancaires, épargne, valeuis mobilières et fonds de pension 






Assurance-vie et invalidité 






Intérêts dans une entreprise 






Créances 






Autres biens (Précisez.) 






Dettes et autres obligations (Précisez.) 






TOTAUX 


$ 


$ 


92. VALEUR NETTE DES BIENS DONT VOUS ÉTIEZ 
PROPRIÉTAIRE À LA DATE DU MARIAGE 

(Soustrayez le total indiqué dans la colonne «Obligations» du total indiqué dans la colonne «Avoirs».) 


S 


^H 


93. VALEUR DE TOUTES LES DÉDUCTIONS (Additionnez les numéros [91] et [921,; 


$ 


^^1 



SECTION 10 : BIENS EXCLUS 

Indiquez par catégorie la valeur des biens dont vous étiez propriétaire à la date d 'évaluation et qui sont exclus de la définition de «biens familiaux 
nets» (comme les cadeaux ou les héritages que vous avez reçus après votre mariage). 



Catégorie 


Précisions 


Valeur A la date 
d'évaluation 








94. VALEUR TOTALE DES BIENS EXCLUS 


$ 



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SECTION n : BIENS ALIÉNÉS 

Indiquez par catégorie la valeur des biens dont vous avez disposé pendant les deux années qui ont précédé immédiatement le moment oit le présent 
état financier a été préparé ou, si elle est plus courte, pendant la durée du mariage. 



Catégorie 


Précisions 


Valeur 








95. VALEUR TOTALE DES BIENS ALIÉNÉS 


$ 



SECTION 12 : CALCUL DES BIENS FAMILIAUX NETS 





Déductions 


SOLDE 


Valeur de tous les biens dont vous étiez propriétaire i la date d'évaluation (numéro [90| ci-dessus) 


i 


moins la valeur de toutes les déductions (numéro |93| ci-dessus) 


S 


s 


moins la valeur totale des biens exclus (numéro |94) ci-dessus) 


S 


$ 


96. BIENS FAMILIAUX NETS 


s 



Q Je ne prévois aucun changement dans ma-situation financière. 
QJ Je prévois les changements suivants dans ma situation financière : 



O Je joins un projet de budget rédigé selon le modèle de la section 4 de la présente formule. 

REMARQUE : Dès que voiu découvrez que les renseignements contenus dans le présent état financier sont inexacts ou incomplets, ou que 
votre situation a subi un changement important qui influe ou influera sur les renseignements contenus ilans le présent état financier, vous 
DEVEZ signifier à toutes tes autres parties à cette cause et déposer auprès du tribunal : 

• soit un nouvel état financier contenant des renseignements mis à jour, 

• soit un affidavit rédigé selon la formule 14A qui précise les changements, s 'ils sont mineurs. 



Déclaré sous serajent/Affirmé 
solennellement devant moi à 




en/à/au 


municipalité 




le 


province, Etat ou pays 


Signature 

(La présente formule doit être signée en 

présence d 'un avocat, d 'un juge de paix, d un 


date 


commissaire aux affidavits 
(Daclylogrtphiez le nom ou écrivez-le en caractères 
d'imprimerie ci-dessous si la signature est illisible.) 


notaire ou d'un commissaire aux affidavits.) 



(4) La formule 17A du Règlement est modifiée par substitution de «(formule 13 ou 13.1)» à «(formule 13)» dans la 
remarque qui précède le point 14. 



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4. Le présent règlement entre en vigueur le 28 avril 2003. 

14/03 



ONTARIO REGULATION 93/03 

made under the 
EXPROPRIATIONS ACT 

Made: March 19,2003 
Filed: March 2 1,2003 

Amending Reg. 363 of R.R.O. 1990 i 

(Forms) 

Note: Regulation 363 has previously been amended. Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in 
The Ontario Gazette dated January 1 8, 2003. 

I. Forms 7 and 8 of Regulation 363 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 are revoked and the following 
substituted: 






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Form 7 

Expropriations Act 

NOTICE OF EXPROPRIATION 



TO: 



(name of owner) 



(address) 



Take Notice That: 

I . The lands shown on a plan registered in the . 



(name of proper land registry office) 



(date) 

as No have been expropriated and arc now vested in the cxpropnating authority. 

2. The name and address of the expropriating authority for service and further communications is: 

(name) 



(address) 

3. Attached hereto is a copy of the relevant portion of the plan of expropriation of your land (or a description thereof). 

4 Under the Act you may elect, by notice in writing served upon the expropnatmg authority within thirty days after the service of this 
notice upon you, to have the compensation to which you are entitled assessed. 

(a) where there has been an inquiry, as of the date the notice of hearing was served; 

(b) as of the date of the registration of the plan; or 

(c) as of the date on which you were served with this notice. 

and, where the election is not made within the prescribed time, you shall be deemed to have elected to have the compensation 
assessed as of the dale of the registration of the plan. 

5. For your convenience a copy of a Notice of Election is furnished herewith. 



6. Under the Act, tlie expropriating authority will be notifying you of the amount of compensation it is willing to pay you for your 
interest in the land. 

7. If you are not satisfied with the offer you arc entitled to have the compensation negotiated by the board of negotiation established 
under the Act by applying to the board at 



(address) 

or lo have the compensation determined by the Ontario Municipal Board if agreement with respect to compensation cannot be 
reached by negotiation. 

8. Despite paragraph 7, you may by agreement with the expropriating autJwrily dispense with the negotiation procedures and refer the 
matter directly to the Ontario Municipal Board at 



to have (he compensation detennined by arbitration. 



(address) 



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9. For your information and convenience, certain provisions of the Act that apply to, 

(a) negotiation and arbitration procedures, and 

(b) Che payment of your legal and appraisal costs, 

arc set out as follows: (set out provisions) 

Dated at on 

(date) 

(name of expropriating authority) 



(signature of officer or agent of expropriating authority) 

(Where this notice is published, the following shall appear in each publication: "This notice first published on "O 

(date) 

Form 8 

Expropriations Act 
NOTICE OF ELECTION 

To: 

(name of expropriating authority) 

l/We being the registered owner(s) ofland expropriated by 

(name of expropriating authority) 

and described on a plan ofexpropriation registered on as No 

(date) 



in the 

(name of land registry office) 

hereby elect to have the compensation to which I/we am/are entitled assessed, 
Q (a) where there has been an inquiry, as of the date the notice of hearing was served; 
Q (b) as of the date of the registration of the plan; or 

Q (c) as ofthe date on which I/we was/were served with the notice ofexpropriation. 
(Check appropriate box) 



^ 



(signature of registered owncr(s)) 



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RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 93/03 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR L'EXPROPRIATION 

pris le 1 9 mars 2003 
déposé le 2 1 mars 2003 

modifiant le Régi. 363 des R.R.O. de 1990 
(Formules) 

Remarque : Le Règlement 363 a été modifié antérieurement. Ces modifications sont indiquées dans la Table des règlements 
publiée dans la Gazette de l 'Ontario du 1 8 janvier 2003. 

1. Les formules 7 et 8 du Règlement 363 des Règlements refondus de l'Ontario de 1990 sont abrogées et remplacées 
par ce qui suit : 



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Formule 7 

Loi sur I 'expropriation 
AVIS D'EXPROPRIATION 



Dcstinalaire: 

(nom du propriétaire) 



(adresse) 
AVIS VOUS EST D«NNfi QUE : 

I . Les biens- fonds indiqués sur un plan enregistre au 



(bureau d'enregistrement immobilier compétent) 

le 

(date) 

sous le no ont été expropriés et sont maintenant acquis à l'autoritc expropriante. 

2. Les nom et adresse de l'autorité expropriante aux fins de signification et d'information ultérieures sont les suivants: 

(nom) 

(adresse) 

3. Une copie de la partie pertinente du plan d'expropriation de votre bien-fonds (ou une description de celui-ci) est annexée à la 
présente. 

4 Aux termes de la Loi vous pouvez, dans les trente jours de la réception du présent avis, signifier au moyen d'un avis écrit à 
l'autorité expropriante que vous désirez que l'indemnité i laquelle vous avez droit soit calculée: 

a) à compter de la date de la signification de l'avis de l'audience, s'il y a eu une enquête: 

b) à compter de la date de l 'enregistrement du plan; 

c) à compter de la date à laquelle le présent avis d'expropriation vous a été signifie. 

Si votre choix n'est pas arrêté dans le délai imparti, vous êtes réputé avoir choisi de faire calculer l'indemnité i compter de la date 
de renregisirement du plan. 

5. Afin de faciliter vos démarches, un exemplaire d'un avis du choix de la date de calcul d'indemnité est annexe au présent avis. 

6. Aux termes de la Loi. l'autorité expropriante doit vous informer du montant de l'indemnité qu'elle est disposée â vous verser en 
contrepartie de vos droits sur le bien-fonds. 

7. Si vous n'êtes pas saiisfail(e) de l'offre vous pouvez exiger que l'indemnité soit négociée par la commission de négociation créée en 
vertu de la Loi au moyen d'une demande adressée à la commission à 

(adresse) 

ou que l'indemnité soit fixée par la Commission des affaires municipales de l'Ontario s'il n'est pas possible de parvenir à un accord 
à ce sujet par voie de négociation. 

8. Malgré la disposition 7. vous pouvez convenir avec l'autorité expropriante de ne pas exiger de négociations et de saisir directement 
de l'affaire la Commission des afTaires municipales de l'Ontario à 

(adresse) 
pour que l'indemnité soit fixée par voie d'arbitrage. 



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9. A titre d'information et afin de faciliter vos démarches, vous trouverez ci-dessous les dispositions de la Loi qui s'appliquent aux 
points suivants : 

a) procédures de négociation et d'arbitrage: 

b) paiement de vos dépens et frais d'évaluation. 

Ces dispositions sont énoncées comme suit; (énoncer les dispositions) 

Faiti le 

(date) 

(nom de l'autorité exprt^riante) 

(signature de l'agent ou du mandataire de l'autorité expropriante) 

(Si le présent avis est publié, la mention suivante doit figurer i chaque publication : «Le présent avis a été publié pour la première fois le 

») 

(date) 

Formule 8 

Loi sur l 'expropriation 
AVIS DE CHOIX DE LA DATE DU CALCUL DE L'INDEMNITÉ 

Destinataire: 

(nom de l'autorité expropriante) 

Je/Nous soussignc(c)($) en ma/notre qualité de propriétaire(s) cnrcgistrc(s) du bien-fonds exproprié par 

(nom de l'autorité expropriante) 

et qui est décrit sur un plan d'expropriation enregistré le sous le no 

(date) 



au bureau 

(bureau d'enregistrement immobilier) 

chotsis(son$) par la présente que l'indemnité à laquelle j'ai/nous avons droit soit calculée : 

D a) Â compter de la date de la signification de l 'avis de l'audience, s'il y a eu une enquête: 

Q b) à coinpter de la date de l'enregistrement du plan; 

Q c) à compter de la date i laquelle l'avis d'expropnation m'a/nous avons été signifié. 
(Cocher la case appropriée) 



(signature(s) du/des propriétaire(s) enregistré(s)) 
14/03 



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Publications under the Regulations Act 
Publications en vertu de la Loi sur les règlements 

2003—04—12 
ONTARIO REGULATION 94/03 

made under the 

INDEPENDENT HEALTH FACILITIES ACT 

Made: March 19,2003 
Filed: March 24, 2003 

RevokingO. Reg. 381/92 
(Maximum Allowable Consideration) 

1. Ontario Regulation 381/92 is revoked. 

2. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come into force on November 26, 2002. 

15/03 



ONTARIO REGULATION 95/03 

made under the 

HEALTH PROTECTION AND PROMOTION ACT 

Made: March 25, 2003 
Filed: March 25, 2003 

SPECIFICATION OF VIRULENT DISEASES 

»ARS specified 
1. Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) is specified as a virulent disease for the purposes of the Act. 



Tony Clement 
Minister of Health and Long-Term Care 



i)ated on March 25, 2003. 

5/03 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 96/03 

made under the 

HEALTH PROTECTION AND PROMOTION ACT 

Made: March 25, 2003 
Filed: March 25, 2003 

Amending O. Reg. 559/91 
(Specification of Reportable Diseases) 

Note: Since the end of 2002, Ontario Regulation 559/91 has been amended W Ontario Regulation 81/03. Previous 
amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

1. Section 1 of Ontario Regulation 559/91 is amended by adding the following: 

Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) 

Tony Clement 
Minister of Health and Long-Term Care 



Dated on March 25, 2003. 
15/03 



ONTARIO REGULATION 97/03 

made under the 

HEALTH PROTECTION AND PROMOTION ACT 

Made: March 25, 2003 
Filed: March 25, 2003 

Amending O. Reg. 558/91 
(Specification of Communicable Diseases) 

Note: Since the end of 2002, Ontario Regulation 558/91 has been amended by Ontario Regulation 80/03. Previous 
amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

1. Section 1 of Ontario Regulation 558/91 is amended by adding the following: 

Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) 



I 



Tony Clement 
Minister of Health and Long-Term Care 



Dated on March 25, 2003. 
15/03 



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I ONTARIO REGULATION 98/03 

made under the 
ONTARIO ENERGY BOARD ACT, 1998 

Made: March 19,2003 
Filed: March 26, 2003 

Amending O. Reg. 161/99 
(Definitions and Exemptions) 

Note: Since the end of 2002, Ontario Regulation 161/99 has been amended by Ontario Regulation 15/03. Previous 
amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

1. Section 4.0.1 of Ontario Regulation 161/99 is amended by adding the following subsection: 

(2) Despite clause (1) (c), clause 57 (a) of the Act applies to Dubreuil Forest Products Limited with respect to a 
distribution system described in clause (1) (c). 

2. This Regulation comes into force on the later of the day it Is filed and March 27, 2003. 

15/03 

ONTARIO REGULATION 99/03 

made under the 

ONTARIO ENERGY BOARD ACT, 1998 

Made: March 19,2003 
Filed: March 26, 2003 

Amending O. Reg. 339/02 
(Electricity Pricing) 

Note: Since the end of 2002, Ontario Regulation 339/02 has been amended by Ontario Regulation 51/03. Previous 
amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

1. Section 2 of Ontario Regulation 339/02 is amended by adding the following paragraph: 

7. A consumer who has an account with a distributor if, 

i. the consumer carries on a farming business within the meaning of the Farm Registration and Farm 
Organizations Funding Act, 1993, 

ii. as of March 31, 2003, either the consumer held a valid registration number assigned under the Farm Registration 
and Farm Organizations Funding Act, 1993 or the consumer's obligation to file a farming business registration 
form was waived pursuant to an order made under subsection 22 (6) of that Act, and 

iii. the consumer is not otherwise eligible for treatment as a designated consumer under any provision of the Act or 
other provision of this Regulation with respect to its farming business. 

2. The Regulation is amended by adding the following section: 

Payments under subs. 79.1 (14) or (15) of the Act 

3.1.1 (1) Despite section 3.1 and subject to subsection (5), the amount of a payment by a distributor or retailer to a 
designated farming consumer under subsection 79.1 (14) or (15) of the Act shall be determined in accordance with the 
following formula: 

(A + B)-(C + D) 

Miiere, 

A = subject to subsection (2), the total amount that the consumer was charged by that distributor or retailer, in respect of 
the commodity price for electricity used in connection with their farming business only, including total losses, during 
the period fi-om May 1 , 2002 to March 3 1 , 2003, 

B= subject to subsections (2) and (3), the total amount that the consumer was charged by other persons that were 
distributors or retailers that billed the consumer under retailer-consolidated billing, in respect of the commodity price 

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for electricity used in connection with their farming business only, including total losses, during the period from May 
1,2002 to March 31, 2003, 

C = subject to subsection (2), the total amount that the consumer would have been charged, by the distributor or retailer, in 
respect of the commodity price for electricity used in connection with their farming business only, including total 
losses, during the period from May I, 2002 to March 31, 2003, if the commodity price for electricity had been 4.3 
cents per kilowatt hour during that period, 

D = subject to subsections (2) and (3), the total amount that the consumer would have been charged, by other persons that 
were disfributors or retailers that billed the consumer under retailer-consolidated billing, in respect of the commodity 
price for electricity used in connection with their farming business only, including total losses, during the period from 
May 1, 2002 to March 31, 2003, if the commodity price for elecfricity had been 4.3 cents per kilowatt hour during that 
period. 

(2) If May 1, 2002 falls within a billing period that includes any day before that day, or if March 31, 2003 falls within a 
bilHng period that includes any day after that day, a disfributor or retailer may, for the purpose of subsection (1), estimate the 
amounts charged during that billing period that relate to electricity used during the period from May I, 2002 to March 31, 
2003. 

(3) The amounts of "B" and "D" in subsection (1) shall be deemed to be zero unless, not later than September 30, 2003, 
the distributor or retailer receives, from the designated farming consumer or another person, the information necessary to 
determine those amounts. 

(4) A designated farming consumer, 

(a) shall make a request for a payment under subsection (I) by September 30, 2003; and 

(b) shall provide with the request a declaration, signed by the consumer, attesting to the amount of elecfricity that was 
used in connection with the consumer's farming business only, in order to verify the amount of electricity that is to be 
used for the purposes of the calculations under subsection (1). 

(5) A disfributor or retailer is required to make a payment under subsection 79.1 (14) or (15) of the Act to a designated 
farming consumer in the amount determined under subsection (1), if the amount determined under subsection (1) is greater ' 
than zero. 

(6) A disfributor or retailer who is required to make a payment under subsection 79.1 (14) or (15) of the Act to a 
designated farming consumer shall do so by crediting the consumer's account and showing the credit on an invoice issued to 
the consumer. 

(7) In this section, 

"designated farming consumer" means a designated consumer described in paragraph 7 of section 2. 

3. The Regulation is amended by adding the following sections: 
Obligation to make payments under subs. 79.1 (16) of Act 

3.2.3 (1) For the purposes of subsection 79.1 (16) of the Act, Great Lakes Power Limited shall make a payment to a 
consumer who, 

(a) had an account with Dubreuil Forest Products Limited at any time between May 1 , 2002 and March 31, 2003; 

(b) was charged by Dubreuil Forest Products Limited as a residential customer; and 

(c) has not received and is not eligible to receive any payment under Part V of the Act, other than a payment under this 
section. 

(2) A consumer shall make a request for a payment under subsection (1) by September 30, 2003 and shall provide billing 
and payment information in respect of the consumer's account with Dubreuil Forest Products Limited that is sufficient to 
permit Great Lakes Power Limited to make the calculation referred to in section 3.2.4. 

(3) The amount of the payment to the consumer under subsections (1) shall be calculated in accordance with section 3.2.4. 
Calculation of payments under subs. 79.1 (16) of the Act 

3.2.4 (I) Subject to subsection (3), the amount of a payment by Great Lakes Power Limited to a consumer as required by 
section 3.2.3 shall be determined in accordance with the following formula: 

A-B 

where, 

A = subject to subsection (2), the total amount that the consumer paid to Dubreuil Forest Products Limited, in respect of 
the commodity price for elecfricity used, including total losses, during the period from May 1, 2002 to March 31, 
2003, 

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Limited, in respect of the commodity price for electricity used, including total losses, during the period from May 1, 
2002 to March 31, 2003, if the commodity price for electricity had been 4.3 cents per kilowatt hour during that period. 

(2) If May 1, 2002 falls within a billing period that includes any day before that day, or if March 31, 2003 falls within a 
billing period that includes any day after that day. Great Lakes Power Limited may, for the purpose of subsection (1), 
estimate the amounts charged during that billing period that relate to electricity used during the period from May 1, 2002 to 
March 3 1,2003. 

(3) The amount of the payment that Great Lakes Power Limited is required to make under section 3.2.3 to a consumer is 
the amount determined under subsection (1) or zero, whichever is greater. 

(4) If Great Lakes Power Limited is required to make a payment under section 3.2.3, it shall do so by mailing or hand- 
delivering a cheque or some other form of payment mutually agreed on to the consumer at the address provided by the 
consumer or at such other location as may be mutually agreed on. 

4. Subsection 4 (2) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

(2) Despite subsection (I), subsection 79.4 (I) of the Act does not apply to, 

(a) a consumer in respect of electricity retailed to the consumer by PUG Distribution Inc. pursuant to its obligations under 
section 29 of the Electricity Act, 1998; 

(b) a consumer in respect of electricity retailed to the consumer by Fort Frances Power Corporation Distribution Inc., 
pursuant to its obligations under section 29 of the Electricity Act, 1998, for that volume of electricity supplied to Fort 
Frances Power Corporation Distribution Inc. by Abitibi-Consolidated Inc.; or 

(c) a designated consumer described in paragraph 7 of section 2 for that portion of electricity consumption identified in 
the signed declaration provided to the distributor or retailer under clause 3.1.1 (4) (b) as not relating to farming 
business. 

15/03 

ONTARIO REGULATION 100/03 

made under the 

ONTARIO ENERGY BOARD ACT, 1998 

Made: March 19,2003 
Filed: March 26, 2003 

Amending O. Reg. 341/02 
(Payments re Sections 79.1 and 79.2 of the Act) 

Note: Since the end of 2002, Ontario Regulation 341/02 has been amended by Ontario Regulation 52/03. Previous 
amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

1. Ontario Regulation 341/02 is amended by adding the following sections: 

Payment by the IMO to Great Lakes Power Limited 

14.6 (1) The IMO shall make a payment to Great Lakes Power Limited that is equal to the aggregate of the payments that 
Great Lakes Power Limited is required to make under subsection 79.1 (16) of the Act to entitled Dubreuil consumers. 

(2) The IMO shall make the payment required by subsection (1) after receiving a statement from Great Lakes Power 
Limited setting out the number of entitled Dubreuil consumers to whom Great Lakes Power Limited is required to make a 
payment under subsection 79.1 (16) of the Act and the total amount payable by Great Lakes Power Limited to those 
consumers. 

(3) The IMO shall make a payment required by this section by paying Great Lakes Power Limited an amount payable to it 
under this section or by way of set-off of the amount against amounts payable to the IMO by Great Lakes Power Limited. 

(4) The IMO shall make the payment required by this section to Great Lakes Power Limited even if the Great Lakes 
Power Limited has not yet made any payments to entitled Dubreuil consumers under subsection 79.1 (16) of the Act. 

(5) Great Lakes Power Limited shall provide the following information to the IMO and the Financial Corporation 
forthwith after making the payments required under subsection 79.1 (16) of the Act to entitled Dubreuil consumers: 

I . The number of entitled Dubreuil consumers to whom Great Lakes Power Limited made a payment under subsection 
79.1 (16) of the Act. 

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2. The total amount paid by Great Lakes Power Limited under subsection 79.1 (16) of the Act to those entitled Dubreuil 
consumers. 

(6) In this section, 

"entitled Dubreuil consumer" means a consumer entitled to a payment under subsection 79.1 (16) of the Act by virtue of 
section 3.2.3 of Ontario Regulation 339/02 (Electricity Pricing). 

Payments by the Financial Corporation to the IMO 

14.7 (1) The Financial Corporation shall make a payment to the IMO equal to the amount, if any, that the IMO is required 
to make to Great Lakes Power Limited under section 14.6. 

(2) The Financial Corporation shall make the payment required by subsection (1) after receiving from the IMO such 
information as the Financial Corporation may require concerning Great Lakes Power Limited and the payments to be made 
by the IMO under section 14.6. 

(3) The Financial Corporation shall make the payment required by subsection (1) even if the IMO has not yet made any 
payment to Great Lakes Power Limited under section 14.6. 

(4) The Financial Corporation may make the payment required by subsection (I) by paying the amount to the IMO or by 
way of set-off of the amount in the accounts maintained by the IMO, at the option of the Financial Corporation. 

15/03 

ONTARIO REGULATION 101/03 

made under the 
ONTARIO ENERGY BOARD ACT, 1998 

Made: March 19,2003 
Filed: March 26, 2003 

Amending O. Reg. 435/02 
(Payments re Section 79.4 of the Act) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 435/02 has not previously been amended. 

1. Subsection 4 (6) of Ontario Regulation 435/02 is revoked and the following substituted: 

(6) This section does not apply with respect to PUC Distribution Inc. 

2. Subsection 5 (6) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

(6) This section does not apply with respect to PUC Distribution Inc. 
15/03 

ONTARIO REGULATION 102/03 

made under the 

FARM PRODUCTS MARKETING ACT 

Made: March 20, 2003 

Approved: March 25, 2003 

Filed: March 26, 2003 

Amending Reg. 415 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Grapes for Processing — Plan) 

Note: Regulation 415 has previously been amended. Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in 
The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

1. (1) Section 2 of the Schedule to Regulation 415 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is amended by 
adding the following definition: 

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(a) is the holder of a hcence as a processor of grapes or late harvest juice issued by the Commission under Regulation 414 
of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 or is the affiliate of such a holder, and 

(b) is the holder of a manufacturer's licence issued by the Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming under the Liquor Licence Act 
and an authorization under the Liquor Control Act to sell, at a retail store on the holder's premises, wine manufactured 
by the holder or is the affiliate of such a holder. 

(2) Section 2 of the Schedule to the Regulation is amended by adding the following subsection: 

(2) For the purpose of the definition of "winery grower" in subsection (1), 

1 . A body corporate shall be deemed to be affiliated with another body corporate if, but only if, one of them is the 
subsidiary of the other or both are subsidiaries of the same body corporate or each of them is controlled by the same 
person, partnership or other entity. 

2. A body corporate shall be deemed to be affiliated with a partnership or other entity that is not a body corporate, if but 
only if, one is controlled by the other or each is controlled by the same person, partnership or other entity. 

3. A natural person shall be deemed to be affiliated with a body corporate, a partnership or other entity that is not a body 
corporate, if but only if, the body corporate, partnership or other entity is controlled by the natural person. 

4. A partnership or other entity that is not a body corporate shall be deemed to be affiliated with another partnership or 
other entity that is not a body corporate if, but only if, one of them controls the other or each is controlled by the same 
person, partnership or entity. 

5. A body corporate shall be deemed to be a subsidiary of another body corporate if, but only if, 

i. it is controlled by, 

A. that other, 

B. that other and one or more bodies corporate, each of which is controlled by that other, or 

C. two or more bodies corporate, each of which is controlled by that other, or 
ii. it is a subsidiary of a body corporate that is that other's subsidiary. 

6. A body corporate with share capital shall be deemed to be controlled by another person, partnership or other entity or 
by two or more bodies corporate if, but only if, 

i. securities or shares of the first-mentioned body corporate carrying more than 50 per cent of the votes for the 
election of directors are held, other than by way of security only, by or for the benefit of the other person, 
partnership or entity or by or for the benefit of the other bodies corporate, and 

ii. the votes carried by the securities or shares mentioned in subparagraph i are sufficient, if exercised, to elect a 
majority of the board of directors of the first-mentioned body corporate. 

(3) Section 5 of the Schedule to the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

5. The local board shall be composed of eight producer members. 

(4) Subsection 7 (I) of the Schedule to the Regulation is amended by striking out the portion before paragraph 1 
and substituting the following: 

(1) Producers who are not winery growers are divided into the following four districts: 



(5) Subsection 7 (2) of the Schedule to the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

(2) A producer in an area of Ontario not included in a district mentioned in subsection (1), who is not a winery grower, 
may become a member of the district group of producers nearest to the producer's place of production. 

(3) Every producer who is a winery grower is a member of District 5. 

(6) Section 10 of the Schedule to the Regulation is amended by adding at the beginning "Subject to subsection (2)". 

(7) Section 10 of the Schedule to the Regulation is amended by adding the following subsection: 

(2) The district group for District 4 shall elect one additional representative to The Grape Growers' Committee who shall 
be a producer fi-om either the County of Kent or the County of Essex. 

(8) Section 11 of the Schedule to the Regulation is amended by striking out "subsection 7 (1)" in the portion before 
paragraph 1 and substituting "section 7". 



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(9) Paragraph 5 of section 11 of the Schedule to the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

5. Oneproducermember from District 5. 

6. One producer member as a member at large from any one of Districts 1 to 5. 

(10) Subsections 12 (1) and (2) of the Schedule to the Regulation are amended by striking out "Board" wherever it 
occurs and substituting in each case "Commission". 

Ontario Farm Products Marketing Commission: 

1 
Rod Stork 
Chair 



Patricia Bany 
Secretary 



Dated on March 20, 2003. 
Approved: 

Helen Joanne Johns 

Minister of Agriculture and Food 

Dated on March 25, 2003. 
15/03 



ONTARIO REGULATION 103/03 

made under the 

HEALTH PROTECTION AND PROMOTION ACT 

Made: March 26, 2003 
Filed: March 27, 2003 

Amending O. Reg. 338/96 
(Exemption — Subsection 39 (1) of the Act) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 338/96 has previously been amended. Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations 
published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

1. Section 1 of Ontario Regulation 338/96 is revoked and the following substituted: 

1. Subsection 39 (1) of the Act does not apply to disclosure by a physician, the Chief Medical Officer of Health or a 
medical officer of health to the Canadian Blood Services if, 

(a) there are reasonable grounds to believe that the person who is the subject of the disclosure has received a blood 
transfusion or a blood product from the Canadian Blood Services or has donated blood to the Canadian Blood 
Services; and 

(b) the application, order, certificate or report concerns, 

(i) Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS), 
(ii) Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), the agent of AIDS, 
(iii) Hepatitis C, 
(iv) Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathy, including, 

(A) Creutzfeldt- Jakob Disease, all types, 

(B) Gerstmann-Straussler-Scheinker Syndrome, 

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(D) Kuru, or 
(v) West Nile Virus Illness, including, 

(A) West Nile Virus Fever, or 

(B) West Nile Virus Neurological Manifestations. 
2. This Regulation comes into force on May 1, 2003. 

15/03 



ONTARIO REGULATION 104/03 

made under the 

ENVIRONMENTAL BILL OF RIGHTS, 1993 

Made: March 26, 2003 
Filed: March 28, 2003 

Amending O. Reg. 73/94 
(General) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 73/94 has previously been amended. Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations 
published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

1. Section 3 of Ontario Regulation 73/94 is amended by adding the following subsection: 

(4) Clauses 88 (1) (a. 1) to (g) of the Ontario Energy Board Act, 1998 are prescribed for the purposes of section 16 of the 
Environmental Bill of Rights, 1993. 

2. Section 6 of the Regulation is amended by adding the following subsection: 

(1.2) Clauses 88 (1) (a.l) to (g) of the Ontario Energy Board Act, 1998 are prescribed for the purposes of Part IV of the 
Environmental Bill of Rights, 1993. 

3. Section 12 of the Regulation is amended by adding the following subsection: 

(2.1) Clauses 88 (1) (a.l) to (g) of the Ontario Energy Board Act, 1998 are prescribed for the purposes of paragraphs 4, 5 
and 6 of subsection 105 (3) of the Environmental Bill of Rights, 1993. 

4. Sections 15.1 and 15.4 of the Regulation are revoked. 

15/03 

ONTARIO REGULATION 105/03 

made under the 

FINANCIAL SERVICES COMMISSION OF ONTARIO ACT, 1997 

Made: March 26, 2003 
Filed: March 28, 2003 

Amending O. Reg. 11/01 
(Assessment of Expenses and Expenditures) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 11/01 has previously been amended. Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations 
published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

1. The definition of "assets" in section 1 of Ontario Regulation 11/01 is amended by striking out "before the start of 
the assessment period" at the end. 



2. Paragraph 1 of section 2 of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

1. A credit union's share of the assessment is. 



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i. $120, if the credit union's assets are less than $500,000, 

ii. $240, if the credit union's assets are $500,000 or more, but less than $1 million, 

iii. $360, if the credit union's assets are $1 million or more, but less than $5 million, 

iv. $510, if the credit union's assets are $5 million or more, but less than $10 million, 

V. $640, if the credit union's assets are $10 million or more, but less than $15 million, 

vi. $770, if the credit union's assets are $15 million or more, but less than $25 million, 

vii. $1,150, if the credit union's assets are $25 million or more, but less than $35 million, 

viii. $2,500, if the credit union's assets are $35 million or more, but less than $50 million, 

ix. $4,930, if the credit union's assets are $50 million or more, but less than $75 million, 

X. $9,100, if the credit union's assets are $75 million or more, but less than $100 million, 

xi. $1 1,700, if the credit union's assets are $100 million or more, but less than $500 million, 

xii. $16,250, if the credit union's assets are $500 million or more. 
15/03 

ONTARIO REGULATION 106/03 

made under the 
SECURITIES ACT 

Made: March 26, 2003 

Filed: March 28, 2003 . j 

EXEMPTIONS RESPECTING THE ONTARIO MUNICIPAL 
ECONOMIC INFRASTRUCTURE FINANCING AUTHORITY 

Section 25 of the Act 

1. Section 25 of the Act does not apply to any of the following trades: 

1 . An initial trade in a bond, debenture or other evidence of indebtedness issued by the Ontario Municipal Economic 
Infrastructure Financing Authority. 

2. A subsequent trade in a bond, debenture or other evidence of indebtedness issued by the Ontario Municipal Economic 
Infrastructure Financing Authority if the frade is made by or through a limited market dealer, a financial intermediary 
dealer or a financial intermediary regulated by the federal Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions. 

Section 53 of the Act 

2. Section 53 of the Act does not apply with respect to any trade in a bond, debenture or other evidence of indebtedness 
issued by the Ontario Municipal Economic Infrastructure Financing Authority. 

15/03 

ONTARIO REGULATION 107/03 

made under the 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: March 26, 2003 
Filed: March 28, 2003 

Amending O. Reg. 339/94 
(Demerit Point System) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 339/94 has previously been amended. Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations 
published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

1. The Table to Ontario Regulation 339/94 is amended by adding the following items: 

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Stopped emergency vehicle 



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Subsection 159.1 (2) of the Highway 
Traffic Act 



Failing to move into another lane when approaching stopped 
emergency vehicle - if safe to do 



2. This Regulation conies into force on the later of the day it is filed and the day section 1 of the Highway Traffic 
Amendment Act (Emergency Vehicle Safety), 2002 is proclaimed in force. 

15/03 



ONTARIO REGULATION 108/03 

made under the 
PROVINCIAL OFFENCES ACT 

Made: March 26, 2003 
Filed: March 28, 2003 

Amending Reg. 950 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Proceedings Commenced by Certificate of Offence) 

4ote: Since the end of 2002, Regulation 950 has been amended by Ontario Regulation 42/03. Previous amendments are 
listed in the Table of Regulations published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

1. Schedule 43 to Regulation 950 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is amended by adding the following 
ems: 





468.2 


Fail to slow down and proceed with caution for emergency 
vehicle 


subsection 159.1 (1) 




468.3 


Fail to move into another lane for emergency vehicle - if safe 
to do 


subsection 159.1 (2) 



2. This Regulation comes into force on the later of the day it is filed and the day section 1 of the Highway Traffic 
Amendment Act (Emergency Vehicle Safety), 2002 is proclaimed in force. 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 108/03 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR LES INFRACTIONS PROVINCIALES 

pris le 26 mars 2003 
déposé le 28 mars 2003 

modifiant le Règl. 950 des R.R.O. de 1990 
(Instances introduites au moyen du dépôt d'un procès-verbal d'infraction) 

Remarque : Depuis la fin de 2002, le Règlement 950 a été modifié par le Règlement de l'Ontario 42/03. Les modifications 
antérieures sont indiquées dans la Table des règlements publiée dans la Gazette de l Ontario du 18 janvier 2003. 

1. L'annexe 43 du Règlement 950 des Règlements refondus de l'Ontario de 1990 est modifiée par adjonction des 
numéros suivants : 





468.2 


Omettre de ralentir et de rouler avec prudence à l'approche 
d'un véhicule de secours. 


paragraphe 159.1 (1) 




468.3 


Omettre de pénétrer dans une autre voie à l'approche d'un 
véhicule de secours, si la manoeuvre peut se faire en toute 
sécurité. 


paragraphe 1 59. 1 (2) 



2. Le présent règlement entre en vigueur le jour de son dépôt ou, s'il lui est postérieur, le jour où l'article 1 de la 
Loi de 2002 modifiant le Code de la route (sécurité des véhicules de secours) est proclamé en vigueur. 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 109/03 

made under the 

ONTARIO MUNICIPAL ECONOMIC INFRASTRUCTURE ' \ 

FINANCING AUTHORITY ACT, 2002 

Made: March 26, 2003 
Filed: March 28, 2003 

GENERAL 

Financing for municipalities 

1. (1) The following are the purposes for which the Ontario Municipal Economic Infrastructure Financing Authority may 
provide financing for municipalities: 

1 . To acquire, construct, erect, install, expand, refurbish, alter or repair water works for clean water. 

2. To acquire, construct, erect, install, expand, refurbish, alter or repair sewage works. 

3. To acquire, construct, erect, install, expand, refiirbish, alter or repair waste management systems. 

4. To acquire, construct, erect, install, expand, refurbish, alter or repair highways that are under municipal jurisdiction. 

5. To acquire, construct, erect, install, expand, refurbish, alter or repair infrastructure for public fransit systems and to 
acquire, replace or refiirbish vehicles that are used for public transit. 

6. To purchase real property that is used in or is incidental to an undertaking described in paragraphs 1 to 5. ■ 
(2) In this section, 1 

"highway" means a highway as defined in section 1 of the Municipal Act, 2001; ("voie publique") 1 

"install" includes install a structure that is made elsewhere or moved from elsewhere, ("mise en place") 

RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 109/03 

pris en application de la 

LOI DE 2002 SUR L'OFFICE ONT ARIEN DE FINANCEMENT 
DE L'INFRASTRUCTURE ÉCONOMIQUE DES MUNICIPALITÉS 

pris le 26 mars 2003 
déposé le 28 mars 2003 

DISPOSITIONS GÉNÉRALES 

Financement fourni aux municipalités 

1. (1) Les fins suivantes sont les fins auxquelles l'Office ontarien de fmancement de l'infrastructure économique des 
municipalités peut fournir un financement aux municipalités : 

1. L'acquisition, la construction, l'édification, la mise en place, l'agrandissement, la remise à neuf, la fransformation ou 
la réparation de stations de purification de l'eau en vue d'obtenir une eau saine. 

2. L'acquisition, la construction, l'édification, la mise en place, l'agrandissement, la remise à neuf, la transformation ou 
la réparation de stations d'épuration des eaux d'égout. 

3. L'acquisition, la construction, l'édification, la mise en place, l'agrandissement, la remise à neuf, la fransformation ou 
la réparation de systèmes de gestion des déchets. 

4. L'acquisition, la construction, l'édification, la mise en place, l'agrandissement, la remise à neuf, la fransformation ou 
la réparation de voies publiques qui relèvent de la compétence de municipalités. 

5. L'acquisition, la construction, l'édification, la mise en place, l'agrandissement, la remise à neuf, la fransformation ou 
la réparation de l'infrastructure de réseaux de fransport en commun ainsi que l'acquisition, le remplacement ou la 
remise à neuf de véhicules qui sont utilisés pour le transport en commun. 

6. L'achat de biens immeubles qui sont utilisés dans un projet visé aux dispositions 1 à 5 ou qui lui sont accessoires. 

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\^) i^cs uciuiitiuiis 4U1 suivent 3 îip^iiquciil au picbCiii iillicic. 

«mise en place» S'entend notamment de la mise en place d'une construction qui est fabriquée dans un autre lieu ou qui est 
transportée d'un autre lieu, («install») 

«voie publique» S'entend au sens de l'article 1 de la Loi de 2001 sur les municipalités, («highway») 
15/03 



ONTARIO REGULATION 110/03 

made under the 
LABOUR RELATIONS ACT, 1995 

Made: March 26, 2003 
Filed: March 28, 2003 

ARBITRATION — RESIDENTIAL SECTOR 
OF THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY 

Application of Regulation 

1. This Regulation applies if an arbitrator has been appointed under section 150.2 of the Act and the parties do not agree 
upon the method of arbitration for the purposes of that section. 

Beginning proceeding 

2. (1) The arbitrator shall convene the parties to begin the proceeding as soon as possible after being appointed and no 
later than seven days after that day. 

(2) On or before the fu-st day of the proceeding, 

(a) the parties shall file with the arbitrator, a joint written statement setting out the matters on which they reached 
agreement before the arbitrator was appointed; and 

(b) if there are monetary items in dispute between the parties, both parties shall file with the arbitrator final written offers 
on those monetary items. 

Arbitrator 

3. (1) The arbitrator has the exclusive jurisdiction to determine all matters that he or she considers necessary to conclude a 
new collective agreement, including whether a matter in dispute is a monetary item. 

(2) The arbitrator remains seized of and may deal with all matters within his or her jurisdiction until the new collective 
agreement between the parties is in force. 

(3) The arbitrator shall try to assist the parties through mediation to settle any matter that he or she considers necessary to 
conclude the collective agreement. 

(4) Subject to this Regulation, the arbitrator has the powers of an arbitrator under subsection 48 (12) of the Act. 

(5) The parties may at any time notify the arbitrator in writing as to matters on which they reach agreement after the 
appointment of the arbitrator. 

(6) If the parties execute a new collective agreement before the arbitration is completed, they shall so notify the arbitrator 
and the arbitration proceedings are terminated when the collective agreement comes into force. 

Method of arbitration 

4. (1) The method of arbitration for the monetary items in dispute shall be mediation-final offer selection. 
(2) The method of arbitration for the other items in dispute shall be mediation-arbitration. 

Timing of award 

5. (1) The arbitrator shall make an award with respect to the monetary items in dispute within seven days after the first 
day of the proceeding. 

(2) Subject to subsection (1), the arbitrator shall make his or her award with respect to the remaining items in dispute 
within 30 days after the first day of the proceeding. 



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Execution of agreement 

6. (1) Within seven days after the arbitrator has made both awards under section 5, the parties shall prepare and execute 
documents giving effect to the award and those documents constitute the new collective agreement. 

(2) The arbitrator may extend the period specified in subsection (1) but the extended period shall end no later than 30 days 
after the arbitrator has made both awards. 

(3) If the parties do not prepare and execute the documents as required under subsections (1) and (2), the arbitrator shall 
prepare and give the necessary documents to the parties for execution. 

(4) If either party fails to execute the documents within seven days after the arbitrator gives them to the parties, the 
documents come into force as though they had been executed by the parties and those documents constitute the new 
collective agreement. 

Revocation 

7. Ontario Regulation 83/01 is revoked. 

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NOTE 

The following regulations made under the Environmental Assessment Act were revoked on March 5, 2003 by Order in 
Council No. 607/2003: 

655/81 
336/88 
609/80 

14/87 

682/82 

2/83 

342/83 

359/85 

475/96 



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Publications under the Regulations Act 
Publications en vertu de la Loi sur les règlements 

2003—04—19 

ONTARIO REGULATION 111/03 

made under the 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: December 1 1 , 2002 
Filed: March 31, 2003 

Amending O. Reg. 37/93 
(Reciprocal Suspension of Driver's Licence) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 37/93 has previously been amended. Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations 
published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

1. The Table to Ontario Regulation 37/93 is amended by adding the following items: 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 




State 


Offence 


4. 


Michigan 


Manslaughter resulting from the operation of a motor vehicle, under Michigan 
Compiled Law, Section 750.321. 


5. 


Michigan 


Failure to stop at the scene of an accident involving injury or death of a person, under 
Michigan Compiled Law, Sections 257.617 and 257.617a. 


6. 


Michigan 


Operation of a motor vehicle while impaired by intoxicating liquor or controlled 
substance or a combination of them, unàcr Michigan Compiled Law, Section 625(3). 


7. 


Michigan 


Operation of a motor vehicle with over .10 grams or more of alcohol per 100 
millilitres of blood, per 210 litres of breath or per 67 millilitres of urine, under 
Michigan Compiled Law, Section 625( 1 )(b). 


8. 


Michigan 


Refusal to provide a chemical breath analysis, under Michigan Compiled Law, 
Section 257.625a. 


9. 


Michigan 


Operation of a motor vehicle while under the influence of intoxicating liquor, 
controlled substance or a combination of them, causing serious impairment to a 
person, under Michigan Compiled Law, Section 257.625(5). 


10. 


Michigan 


Operation of a motor vehicle while under the influence of intoxicating liquor, 
controlled substance or both of them, causing death, under Michigan Compiled Law, 
Section 625(4). 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 112/03 

made under the 
ELECTRICITY ACT, 1998 

Made: March 26, 2003 
Filed: March 31, 2003 

Amending O. Reg. 610/98 
(The IMO) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 610/98 has previously been amended. Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations 
published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

1. Paragraph 1 of section 7 of Ontario Regulation 610/98 is revoked and the following substituted: 

1. If a member of the IMO's board of directors is of the opinion that the assessment of the impact of the amendment that 
was given to the Minister under subsection 32 (9) of the Act is not correct and the member has made a written 
statement expressing his or her reasons for that opinion, a copy of the statement. 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 113/03 

made under the 

LEGAL AID SERVICES ACT, 1998 

Made: March 26, 2003 
Filed: March 31, 2003 

AmendingO. Reg. 107/99 
(General) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 107/99 has previously been amended. Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations 
published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

1. Schedule 1 to Ontario Regulation 107/99 is amended by striking out Note N and substituting the following: 

N. Subject to Notes B and L, the hourly rate payable for all services in criminal matters is $67 for services performed 
under a certificate issued before August 1, 2002, $70.35 for services performed under a certificate issued on or after 
August 1, 2002 and before April 1, 2003, and $73.87 for services performed under a certificate issued on or after April 
1,2003. 

2. Item 1.1 of Part I of the Table to Schedule 2 to the Regulation is amended by striking out '*$67 for services 
performed under a certificate issued before August 1, 2002 and $70.35 for services performed under a certificate 
issued on or after that date" and substituting "$67 for services performed under a certificate issued before August 1, 
2002, $70.35 for services performed under a certificate issued on or after August 1, 2002 and before April 1, 2003, and 
$73.87 for services performed under a certificate issued on or after April 1, 2003". 

3. Item 1 of Schedule 4 to the Regulation is amended by striking out "S57 for services performed before August 1, 
2002 and $70.35 for services performed on or after that date" and substituting "$57 for services performed before 
August 1, 2002, $70.35 for services performed on or after August 1, 2002 and before April 1, 2003, and $73.87 for 
services performed on or after April 1, 2003". 

RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 113/03 

pris en application de la 
LOI DE 1998 SUR LES SERVICES D'AIDE JURIDIQUE 

pris le 26 mars 2003 
déposé le 3 1 mars 2003 

modifiant le Règl. de l'Ont. 107/99 
(Dispositions générales) 

Remarque : Le Règlement de l'Ontario 107/99 a été modifié antérieurement. Ces modifications sont indiquées dans la Table 
des règlements publiée dans la Gazette de l'Ontario du 18 janvier 2003. 

1. L'annexe 1 du Règlement de l'Ontario 107/99 est modifiée par substitution de ce qui suit à la remarque N : 

N. Sous réserve des remarques B et L, le taux horaire payable pour tous les services en matière criminelle est de 67 $ si 
les services sont fournis aux termes d'un certificat délivré avant le 1" août 2002, de 70,35 $ s'ils sont fournis aux 
termes d'un certificat délivré le 1" aoîit 2002 ou par la suite mais avant le 1" avril 2003 et de 73,87 $ s'ils sont fournis 
aux termes d'un certificat délivré le \" avril 2003 ou par la suite. 

2. Le numéro 1.1 de la partie I du tableau de l'annexe 2 du Règlement est modifié par substitution de «67 $ pour les 
services fournis aux termes d'un certificat délivré avant le 1" août 2002, 70,35 $ pour ceux fournis aux termes d'un 
certificat délivré le 1"^ août 2002 ou par la suite mais avant le 1"^ avril 2003, et 73,87 $ pour ceux fournis aux termes 
d'un certificat délivré le 1"^ avril 2003 ou par la suite» à «67 $ pour les services fournis aux termes d'un certificat 
délivré avant le 1^'^août 2002 et 70,35 $ pour ceux fournis aux termes d'un certificat délivré ce jour-là ou par la suite». 

3. Le numéro 1 de l'annexe 4 du Règlement est modifié par substitution de «57 $ pour les services fournis avant le 
1" août 2002, 70,35 $ pour ceux fournis le 1" août 2002 ou par la suite mais avant le 1" avril 2003, et 73,87 $ pour 
ceux fournis le 1"^ avril 2003 ou par la suite» à «57 $ pour les services fournis avant le 1" août 2002 et 70,35 $ pour 
ceux fournis ce jour-là ou par la suite». 

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wiiiAK^*-» KJi.OULAllOrN 114/UJ 

made under the 
ELECTRICITY ACT, 1998 

Made: March 26, 2003 
Filed: March 31, 2003 

CORRIDOR LAND 

Transfer of ownership by Crown to person with statutory right 

1. The Environmental Assessment Act does not apply with respect to a transfer of corridor land under subsection 
1 14.13 (1) of the Act that is made on or before March 31, 2004. 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 115/03 

made under the 
HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: December 1 1 , 2002 
Filed: March 31, 2003 

Amending O. Reg. 340/94 
(Drivers' Licences) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 340/94 has previously been amended. Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations 
published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

1. Clause 22 (a) of Ontario Regulation 340/94 is revoked and the following substituted: 

(a) a police officer or an officer appointed for carrying out the provisions of the Act to drive a motor vehicle of any class 
including a vehicle equipped with air brakes, other than a motorcycle, on a highway in an emergency and in the 
performance of his or her duties under the Act; 

(a.l) a firefighter, as defined in subsection 1 (1) of the Fire Protection and Prevention Act, 1997, to drive a motor vehicle of 
any class including a vehicle equipped with air brakes, other than a motorcycle, on a highway in an emergency and in 
the performance of his or her duties under that Act; and 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 116/03 

made under the 

MINISTRY OF TRAINING, COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES ACT 

Made: February 21, 2003 

Approved: March 19, 2003 

Filed: April 1,2003 

01 

oi| • Revoking O. Reg. 28/02 

(Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology — Collège d'arts appliqués et de technologie des Grands Lacs) 

1. Ontario Regulation 28/02 is revoked. 

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2. This Regulation comes into force on the day that section 8 of the Ontario Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology 
Act, 2002 comes into force. 

DiANNE Cunningham 
Minister of Training, Colleges and Universities 

Dated on February 2 1 , 2003. 

RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 116/03 

pris en application de la 

LOI SUR LE MINISTÈRE DE LA FORMATION 
ET DES COLLÈGES ET UNIVERSITÉS 

pris le 2 1 février 2003 

approuvé le 19 mars 2003 

déposé le 1" avril 2003 

abrogeant le Régi, de l'Ont. 28/02 
(Collèges d'arts appliqués et de technologie — Collège d'arts appliqués et de technologie des Grands Lacs) 

1. Le Règlement de l'Ontario 28/02 est abrogé. 

2. Le présent règlement entre en vigueur le même jour que l'article 8 de la Loi de 2002 sur les collèges d'arts 
appliqués et de technologie de l'Ontario. | 

DiANNE Cunningham 
Ministre de la Formation et des Collèges et Universités 

Fait le 21 février 2003. 
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ONTARIO REGULATION 117/03 

made under the 

ONTARIO COLLEGES OF APPLIED ARTS 
AND TECHNOLOGY ACT, 2002 

Made: March 5, 2003 
Filed: April 1,2003 

WINDING-UP OF THE COLLÈGE D'ARTS APPLIQUÉS 
ET DE TECHNOLOGIE DES GRANDS LACS 

Winding-up of the college 

L (1) The Minister may continue the process of winding-up the college known as Collège d'arts appliqués et de 
technologie des Grands Lacs, which college was established under the Act by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 34/03. 

(2) Except as provided in this Regulation, the board of governors of the college shall take all steps necessary for the 
orderly winding-up of the college. 

(3) Sections 132, 230, 231 and 243 of the Corporations Act do not apply to the winding-up of the college under this 
Regulation and for greater certainty, a liquidator shall not be appointed under that Act. 

(4) For the purpose of dealing with the winding-up of the college, a majority of the board of governors constitutes a 
quorum. 

(5) Any budget established by the board of governors for winding-up of the college and any expenditures approved by it 
related to the winding-up are subject to the approval of the Minister and the budget shall not be finalized or the expenditures 
incurred until approved by the Minister. 

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planning and implementing the winding-up of the college. 

(7) Subject to the direction of the Minister, the board of governors shall make provisions, 

(a) for the retention of the corporate records of the college and of other appropriate records of the college after its 
winding-up; and 

(b) for reasonable access by students and former students of the college to their academic records during and after the 
winding-up of the college. 

(8) Nothing in this Regulation detracts from the obligations of the board of governors as an employer, including as the 
employer under the Colleges Collective Bargaining Act and as the employer under any collective agreements negotiated 
under that Act. 

Appointment of administrator 

2. (1) After the board of governors has taken all necessary steps to wind-up the college but before the college is dissolved, 
the Minister may appoint a person to temporarily administer the business and affairs of the college, subject to such conditions 
and restrictions as the Minister may impose upon the administrator. 

(2) Subject to any conditions or restrictions that the Minister may have imposed, the administrator has all of the powers of 
the board of governors of the college and may exercise them for the purpose of completing the winding-up of the college. 

(3) The board of governors of the college cannot exercise any of its powers, except powers in respect of matters that are 
explicitly reserved to it through conditions or restrictions imposed by the Minister on the administrator, while the 
administrator holds office. 

(4) The Minister may terminate the appointment of the administrator when the Minister is satisfied that the temporary 
administration of the business and affairs of the college is no longer necessary. 

(5) The administrator shall report to the Minister as required by the Minister and, if any powers in respect of matters are 
explicitly reserved to the board of governors, to the board of governors on those matters. 

(6) The Minister may issue directions to the administrator with regard to any matter within the jurisdiction of the 
administrator and the administrator shall carry out the directions. 

(7) No proceeding shall be commenced against the Crown or the Minister with respect to the appointment of an 
administrator under this section. 

Proceedings against board of governors or administrator 

3. (1) No action or other proceeding for damages or otherwise shall be instituted against the board of governors, an 
individual member of the board of governors or an administrator appointed under section 2 for any act done in good faith in 
the execution or intended execution of any duty or authority under this Regulation or for any alleged neglect or default in 
execution in good faith of any such duty or authority. 

(2) Subsection (1) does not, by reason of subsections 5 (2) and (4) of the Proceedings Against the Crown Act, relieve the 
Crown of liability in respect of a tort committed by the board of governors, an individual member of the board of governors 
or an administrator to which the Crown would otherwise be subject and the Crovm is liable under that Act for any such tort in 
the same manner as if subsection (1) had not been enacted. 

RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 117/03 

pris en application de la 

LOI DE 2002 SUR LES COLLÈGES D'ARTS APPLIQUÉS 
ET DE TECHNOLOGIE DE L'ONTARIO 

pris le 5 mars 2003 
déposé le I'' avril 2003 

LIQUIDATION DU COLLÈGE D'ARTS APPLIQUÉS 
ET DE TECHNOLOGIE DES GRANDS LACS 

Liquidation du collège 

1. (1) Le ministre peut poursuivre le processus de liquidation du Collège d'arts appliqués et de technologie des Grands 
Lacs ouvert aux termes de la Loi par l'article 2 du Règlement de l'Ontario 34/03. 

(2) Sous réserve du présent règlement, le conseil d'administration du collège prend toutes les mesures nécessaires à la 
liquidation ordonnée du collège. 

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(3) Les articles 1 32, 230, 23 1 et 243 de la Loi sur les personnes morales ne s'appliquent pas à la liquidation du collège aux 
termes du présent règlement et il est entendu qu'un liquidateur ne doit pas être nommé en vertu de cette loi. 

(4) Pour les besoins de la liquidation du collège, la majorité des membres du conseil d'administration constitue le quorum. 

(5) Tout budget que le conseil d'administration établit pour la liquidation du collège et toute dépense qu'il approuve en ce 
qui concerne celle-ci sont soumis à l'approbation du ministre. Le budget ne doit pas être mis au point et les dépenses ne 
doivent pas être engagées avant d'avoir été approuvés par ce dernier. 

(6) Le conseil d'administration collabore pleinement avec le ministre ou toute personne qui agit au nom de celui-ci pour la 
planification et la mise à exécution de la liquidation du collège. 

(7) Sous réserve des directives du ministre, le conseil d'administration prend des dispositions pour les besoins suivants : 

a) la conservation des registres sociaux du collège et des autres dossiers appropriés du collège après la liquidation de 
celui-ci; 

b) l'accès raisonnable des étudiants et des anciens étudiants du collège à leurs dossiers pendant et après la liquidation du 
collège. 

(8) Le présent règlement n'a aucune incidence sur les obligations du conseil d'administration en tant qu'employeur, y 
compris en tant qu'employeur dans le cadre de la Loi sur la négociation collective dans les collèges et en tant qu'employeur 
dans le cadre de toute convention collective négociée en vertu de cette loi. 

Nomination d'un administrateur 

2. (1) Une fois que le conseil d'administration a pris toutes les mesures nécessaires à la liquidation du collège mais avant 
la dissolution de celui-ci, le ministre peut nommer une personne pour administrer provisoirement les affaires et les activités 
du collège, sous réserve des conditions et restrictions que le ministre impose à celle-ci. 

(2) Sous réserve des conditions ou restrictions que le ministre a pu imposer, l'administrateur a tous les pouvoirs du conseil 
d'administration du collège et peut les exercer en vue d'achever la liquidation du collège. 

(3) Le conseil d'administration du collège ne peut exercer aucun de ses pouvoirs, à l'exception des pouvoirs concernant 
des questions qui lui sont explicitement réservés par le biais de conditions ou restrictions que le ministre impose à 
l'administrateur, pendant la durée du mandat de celui-ci. 

(4) Le ministre peut révoquer la nomination de l'administrateur s'il est convaincu que l'administration provisoire des 
affaires et des activités du collège n'est plus nécessaire. 

(5) L'administrateur fait au ministre les rapports qu'exige celui-ci. Si des pouvoirs concernant certaines questions sont 
explicitement réservés au conseil d'administration, il fait un rapport sur ces questions à celui-ci. 

(6) Le ministre peut donner des directives à l'administrateur sur des questions relevant de la compétence de ce dernier etj 
l'administrateur doit les appliquer. 

(7) Sont irrecevables les instances introduites contre la Couronne ou le ministre en ce qui concerne la nomination d'i 
administrateur en vertu du présent article. 

Instances introduites contre le conseil d'administration ou l'administrateur 

3. (1) Sont irrecevables les actions ou autres instances en dommages-intérêts ou autres introduites contre le conseiP 
d'administration, un membre particulier de celui-ci ou un administrateur nommé en vertu de l'article 2 pour un acte accompli 
de bonne foi dans l'exercice effectif ou censé tel des fonctions ou des pouvoirs que lui attribue le présent règlement ou pour 
une négligence ou un manquement qu'il aurait commis dans l'exercice de bonne foi de ces fonctions ou pouvoirs. 

(2) Malgré les paragraphes 5 (2) et (4) de la Loi sur les instances introduites contre la Couronne, le paragraphe (1) ne 
dégage pas la Couronne de la responsabilité qu'elle serait autrement tenue d'assumer à l'égard d'un délit civil commis par le 
conseil d'administration, un membre particulier de celui-ci ou un administrateur et la Couronne est responsable, en vertu de 
cette loi, d'un tel délit civil comme si le paragraphe (1) n'avait pas été adopté. 

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made under the 
MUNICIPAL ACT, 2001 

Made: March 29, 2003 
Filed: April 1,2003 

TAX MATTERS — REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL 

Designation 

1. The Regional Municipality of Peel is designated for 2003 for the purposes of section 310 of the Act. 
Delegation 

2. (1) If The Regional Municipality of Peel passes a by-law under section 310 of the Act delegating the authority to 
establish tax ratios for 2003 to its lower-tier municipalities, a lower-tier municipality shall, for 2003, 

(a) use the tax ratios it establishes to calculate, with respect to each local municipality levy of the lower-tier municipality 
under section 312 of the Act, a separate tax rate on the assessment in each property class in the lower-tier municipality 
rateable for purposes of the local municipality levy; 

(b) establish and levy, with respect to each upper-tier levy of The Regional Municipality of Peel under section 311 of the 
Act, a separate tax rate on the assessment in each property class in the lower-tier municipality rateable for purposes of 
the upper-tier levy sufficient to raise the lower-tier municipality's portion of the upper-tier levy calculated under 
section 3. 

(2) The tax rates the lower-tier municipality establishes under clause (1) (b) must be in the same proportion to each other 
as the tax ratios established by the lower-tier municipality for the property classes are to each other. 

(3) Subsections 311 (7) to (9) and (22) to (25) of the Act apply with necessary modifications to the tax rates established by 
the lower-tier municipality under clause (1) (b) as if the lower-tier municipality were an upper-tier municipality. 

(4) An upper-tier levy by-law of The Regional Municipality of Peel under section 311 of the Act shall set out a lower-tier 
municipality's portion of an upper-tier levy calculated under section 3 and shall not establish tax rates to be levied by the 
lower-tier municipality to raise the lower-tier municipality's portion. 

Portion to be raised 

3. For the purposes of the upper-tier levy or any special upper-tier levy of The Regional Municipality of Peel under section 
31 1 of the Act, the portion to be raised in each lower-tier municipality shall be as follows: 



Mississauga 

Brampton 

Caledon 



65.8549% 

29.1543% 

4.9908% 



Revocation 
4. Ontario Regulation 165/02 is revoked. 



David Stuart Young 
Minister of Municipal Affairs and Homing 



Dated on March 29, 2003. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 119/03 

made under the 
MUNICIPAL ACT, 2001 

Made: March 3 1,2003 
Filed: April 1,2003 

LOCAL IMPROVEMENT CHARGES — PRIORITY LIEN STATUS 

Interpretation 

1. (I) In this Regulation, 

"construct" includes reconstruct, extend, enlarge, improve and alter and "construction" has a corresponding meaning; 

"cost", as applied to a work, means capital cost; 

"court of revision" means a court of revision constituted under this Regulation; 

"drive approach" means pavement on a highway which is constructed to serve as an approach to a particular lot; 

"engineer" includes a person authorized or required by the council of a municipality to perform any duty that under this 
Regulation is required or authorized to be performed by an engineer; 

"frontage", when used in reference to a lot abutting on a work, means that side or limit of the lot that abuts on the work; 

"lifetime", as applied to a work, means the lifetime of the work as estimated by the engineer or, in case of an appeal, as 
finally determined by the court of revision; 

"lot" means a parcel of land that is required to be separately assessed under the Assessment Act; 

"municipality's share of the cost" means that portion of the cost of a work that is payable by the municipality and that is not 
to be specially charged under this Regulation; 

"owner" means, with respect to a lot and in the absence of evidence to the contrary, the person appearing by the last returned 
assessment roll, as most recently revised, to be the owner of the lot; 

"owners' share of the cost" means that portion of the cost of a work that is to be specially charged under this Regulation; 

"pavement" means any type of highway surfacing; 

"paving" includes laying down or constructing any kind of pavement; 

"reduction" includes an exemption; 

"sewer" includes a sanitary sewer and a storm drain; 

"special charge" means a fee or charge imposed under Part XII of the Act in accordance with this Regulation in respect of the 
cost of a work undertaken as a local improvement, and "specially charged" has a corresponding meaning; 

"value" means with respect to a lot, the assessed value of the land, as defined in the Assessment Act, according to the last 
returned assessment roll, as most recently revised; 

"woric" means a work that may be undertaken as a local improvement. 

(2) The following works may be undertaken as local improvements: 

1 . Constructing a highway. 

2. Constructing any works for the collection, production, treatment, storage, supply or distribution of water or for the 
collection, transmission, treatment or disposal of sewage. 

3. Paving a highway. 

4. Constructing a curb, gutter, sidewalk or retaining wall in, upon or along a highway. 

5. Constructing a boulevard on a highway. 

6. Sodding any part of a highway and planting trees, shrubs and plants on a highway. 

7. Extending a system of gas or heat works, including all such works that may be necessary for supplying gas or heat to 
the owners of lots for whose benefit the extension is provided. 

8. Constructing a park, square or other public place. 

9. Constructing a retaining wall, dyke, breakwater, groyne, crib or other shore protection work along any body of water. 

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including standards and underground conduits and wires. 

1 1 . Constructing a highway or subway under a railway or another highway. 

12. Widening pavement on a highway. 

13. Constructing a water service pipe from the water main to the edge of the highway. 

14. Constructing a private sewer connection from the main sewer to the edge of the highway. 

1 5. Constructing a drive approach on a highway. 

16. Constructing noise abatement works on a highway. 

(3) The power to undertake a work as a local improvement includes the power to acquire an existing work and this 
Regulation applies as if the municipality were undertaking the work so acquired. 

(4) Where a municipality has the authority, under section 23 of the Act or under any other provision of any Act, to 
undertake a private work of a type described in subsection (2), the municipality may undertake the private work as a local 
improvement and this Regulation applies to undertaking the private work as a local improvement as if the municipality were 
undertaking its own work. 

(5) Where any person or body is required to give notice under this Regulation, the person or body shall, except as 
otherwise provided, give notice in the form and in the manner and at the time that the person or body considers adequate to 
give reasonable notice. 

Local improvement charges by-law 

2. (1) A municipality that has the authority to undertake a work described in subsection 1 (2) may, in accordance with this 
Regulation, pass a by-law to undertake the work as a local improvement for the purpose of raising all or any part of the cost 
of the work by imposing special charges on lots abutting on the work or lots not abutting on the work but which will be 
immediately benefited by the work or a combination of these abutting and non-abutting lots. 

(2) If a municipality undertakes a work as a local improvement, a special charge imposed with respect to the work in 
accordance with this Regulation has priority lien status as described in section 1 of the Act. 

(3) Despite subsection (1) and except where otherwise provided, no work undertaken as a local improvement, 

(a) shall be reconstructed as a local improvement under this Regulation during its lifetime; or 

(b) shall be repaired or maintained as a local improvement under this Regulation. 

(4) A by-law for undertaking a work as a local improvement shall specify the estimated cost of the work, the owners' 
share of the cost and the municipality's share of the cost. 

(5) Where a by-law has been passed for undertaking a work as a local improvement and the municipality wishes to make a 
change in the work to be undertaken, it may, with the approval of the Ontario Municipal Board, amend the by-law to provide 
for undertaking the work it now proposes and this Regulation, except sections 3, 4 and 5, applies to the altered work as if it 
had been provided for in the original by-law. 

Notice of local improvement charges by-law 

3. Before passing a by-law to undertake a work as a local improvement under section 2, the municipality shall give notice 
of its intention to pass the by-law to the public and to the owners of the lots liable to be specially charged and the notice shall 
include, where applicable, 

(a) a general description of the proposed work; 

(b) the location of the proposed work; 

(c) the estimated cost of the proposed work; 

(d) the estimated lifetime of the work; 

(e) the municipality's share of the cost; 

(f) a description of the lots liable to be specially charged with respect to the work; 

(g) the estimated annual special charge per metre frontage for lots abutting on the proposed work; 

(h) the estimated annual special charge per metre frontage for lots not abutting on the proposed work and where the non- 
abutting lots are divided into areas under subsection 9 (3), the estimated annual special charge per mefre frontage in 
each area; 

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(j) if the municipality allows a single payment under section 30 instead of the payment of annual special charges, the 
present value calculated under that section of all the annual special charges and a description of the right to make a 
single payment; 

(k) if the municipality intends to apply to the Ontario Municipal Board under section 5 for approval to undertake the 
proposed work as a local improvement, 

(i) a statement that the municipality intends to apply to the Board for this purpose, 

(ii) a description of the right to object to the work being undertaken as a local improvement under section 5, and 

(iii) the last day for filing an objection under section 5; 

(1) if the municipality has received an approval, recommendation or sufficient petition under clause 4 (2) (a), (b) or (c) 
with respect to the woric, a statement of that fact; 

(m) if the municipality has not received an approval, recommendation or sufficient petition under clause 4 (2) (a), (b) or (c) 
with respect to the work, a description of the right to petition council not to undertake the work as a local 
improvement, the last day for making the petition and the effect of the petition. 

Local improvement not to proceed for two years if petition received 

4. (1) If, within 30 days after the notice with respect to a work is given to the public under section 3, the municipality 
receives a sufficient petition, as determined under section 7, against undertaking the work as a local improvement, the 
municipality shall not undertake the work as a local improvement within two years after the petition is received by the 
municipality. 

(2) Despite subsection (1), a petition of the owners does not prevent the local municipality fi-om undertaking the work as a 
local improvement if the municipality has received, 

(a) the approval of the Ontario Municipal Board under section 5 to undertake the work as a local improvement; 

(b) a recommendation fi-om the Minister of Health and Long-Term Care or the board of health for the municipality that the 
construction of the work is necessary or desirable in the public interest on sanitary grounds; or 

(c) a sufficient petition, as determined under section 7, in favour of undertaking the work as a local improvement. 

(3) A notice to an owner shall be deemed to be sufficiently served if it is served personally, is sent by mail to the owner's 
place of business or residence as set out in the last returned assessment roll of the municipality, as most recently revised, or is 
left at or sent by mail to the owner's actual place of business or residence, if it is known. 

Application to Ontario Municipal Board 

5. ( 1 ) A municipality may apply to the Ontario Municipal Board for approval to undertake a work as a local improvement 
and shall provide any information or material that the Board requires in connection with the application. 

(2) Within 30 days after the municipality gives public notice under section 3 indicating that the municipality intends to 
apply to the Board for approval under this section, any owner liable to be specially charged may file an objection to the work 
being undertaken as a local improvement. 

(3) The objection shall be filed with the clerk of the municipality and shall set out the objections and the reasons in 
support of the objections. 

(4) If no objections are filed in accordance with this section, the municipality shall be deemed to have received the 
approval of the Board. 

(5) If an objection is filed in accordance with this section and the municipality still intends to undertake the work as a local 
improvement with the approval of the Board, the municipality shall forward the objection to the Board together with the 
application or as soon thereafter as is reasonable. 

(6) The Board shall hold a hearing to consider the application and the objections and may make any order with respect to 
the work as it considers appropriate. 

(7) Once a municipality has given public notice under section 3 indicating that the municipality intends to apply to the 
Board for approval under this section, 

(a) the municipality shall not undertake the work as a local improvement until the approval of the Board has been received 
or is deemed to have been received or the municipality has given a new notice with respect to the work under section 3 
which does not indicate it intends to apply to the Board under this section; and 

(b) the passing of a by-law to authorize undertaking the work as a local improvement shall be deemed not to be a 
contravention of this Regulation if the by-law provides that the by-law shall not take effect until the municipality 
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Petitions 

6. (1) A petition in favour of undertaking a work as a local improvement must be signed by at least two-thirds of the 
owners representing at least one-half of the value of the lots liable to be specifically charged for the work. 

(2) A petition against undertaking a work as a local improvement must be signed by at least a majority of the owners 
representing at least one-half of the value of the lots liable to be specially charged for the work. 

(3) A petition in favour of or against undertaking a work as a local improvement shall contain a description of the lot of 
which each petitioner is the owner by its assessment roll number as shown on the last returned assessment roll, as most 
recently revised, or such other description as will enable the clerk of the municipality to identify it. 

Sufficiency of petitions 

7. (1) A petition for or against undertaking a work as a local improvement shall be filed with the clerk of the municipality 
and shall be deemed to be received by the municipality when it is so filed. 

(2) The sufficiency of a petition for or against undertaking a work as a local improvement shall be determined and 
certified by the clerk of the municipality, and the clerk's certified determination is final and binding. 

(3) Where the sufficiency of a petition has been determined by the clerk of the municipality, it shall be deemed to be a 
sufficient petition, even if the court of revision may change the lots to be specially charged, thereby increasing or reducing 
the number of the lots. 

(4) Where it is necessary to determine the value of any lot and the value cannot be ascertained fi"om the last returned 
assessment roll, as most recently revised, for any reason, the clerk of the municipality shall determine the value of the lot for 
the purposes of this Regulation and the value determined by the clerk is final and binding. 

(5) Where two or more persons are jointly assessed for a lot, in determining the sufficiency of a petition, 

(a) they shall be treated as one owner only; and 

(b) the majority of them must sign the petition for the petition to be determined sufficient. 
Withdrawal of petition 

8. (1) A person cannot withdraw his or her name fi-om a petition after the clerk has certified its sufficiency. 

(2) If a person wishes to withdraw his or her name before the petition is certified, the person must file a written withdrawal 
with the clerk. 

How Costs are Borne 

Cost of local improvement 

9. (1) Except as otherwise provided in this Regulation, for the purposes of raising the cost of undertaking a work as a 
local improvement, a municipality shall, 

(a) determine the municipality's share of the cost, if any; and 

(b) specially charge the owners' share of the cost in accordance with this Regulation, 

(i) upon the lots abutting directly on the work according to the extent of their respective fi-ontages by imposing an 
equal special charge per metre fi"ontage, 

(ii) upon lots not abutting on the work but immediately benefiting by it to the extent of their respective fi-ontages by 
imposing an equal special charge per metre fi-ontage, or 

(iii) upon a combination of lots described in subclauses (i) and (ii). 

(2) The following may be included in the cost of a work: 

1 . Engineering expenses. 

2. Cost of advertising and service of notices. 

3. Interest on short and long-term borrowing. 

4. Compensation for lands taken for the purposes of the work or injuriously affected by it and the expenses incurred by 
the municipality in connection with determining such compensation. 

5. Estimated cost of incurring long-term debt and any discount allowed to the purchasers of the debt. 

(3) If lots described in subclause (1) (b) (ii) to be specially charged for a work are not equally benefited by the work, the 
lots shall be divided into as many areas as there are different levels of benefit so that each area includes all the lots that 
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(4) The municipality shall assign the cost of the woric that is specially charged among the areas created under subsection 
(3) in the manner the municipality considers fair and the portion of the cost to be borne by an area shall be specially charged 
on the lots in the area according to the extent of their frontage by an equal special charge per metre frontage. 

(5) The municipality may provide that the cost of a work to be specially charged upon lots is not required to be paid with 
respect to one or more of the lots that are exempt from taxation. 

(6) If any Act, regulation or by-law provides that special charges under this Regulation are not required to be paid with 
respect to certain lots, then, despite the exemption, the lots shall for all purposes be subject to this Regulation and shall be 
specially charged but the special charges which become payable while such land remains exempt are not collectable from the 
owner but shall be paid by the municipality. 

(7) Despite subsection (6) and sections 6 and 7, the owner of a lot to which subsection (6) applies may not petition in 
favour of or against undertaking a work as a local improvement and the owner of the lot and the value of the lot shall not be 
considered in determining the sufficiency of a petition. 

Cost of water service pipe, private service connection, drive approach 

10. (1) Subject to subsection (2), the cost of a water service pipe, private sewer connection or drive approach that is 
specially charged shall be specially charged on the particular lot for which it was constructed. 

(2) Unless the two sides of a highway are served by separate water mains or sewers, the cost of water service pipes and 
private sewer connections shall be the cost of the work from the centre of the highway to the edge of the highway regardless 
of the location of the water main or sewer. 

Deduction of grants, etc. from cost of worii 

11. (I) Where a municipality will receive a grant or other contribution in cash to be applied towards the cost of any work, 
the amount of the grant or other contribution shall be deducted from the entire cost of the work. 

(2) Despite subsection (1), where a grant or other contribution is to be applied towards any excess cost of a work caused 
by reason of the work being constructed with a greater capacity than is required for the purposes of the lots that are specially 
charged, the amoixnt of the grant or other contribution shall be applied to reduce the municipality's share of the cost. 

Municipality's share of the cost 

12. A municipality's share of the cost of a work shall include, 

(a) the entire cost of all hydrants constructed in connection with a water main and the entire cost of all culverts, catch 
basins and other works that are provided for surface drainage and that are incidental to the construction of a sewer or 
pavement; 

(b) so much of the cost of a work as is incurred at highway intersections; 

(c) any excess cost of a work caused by reason of the work being constructed with a greater capacity than is required for 1 
the purposes of the lots that are specially charged. 

Cost of sewage outlet where lots are not benefited or served 

13. Where the work is the construction of a sewer and it is necessary to construct an outlet for the sewage, and the lots ! 
fronting or abutting on the outlet or through which the outlet is constructed are not benefited or served by it, the cost of the 1 
outlet shall be deemed to be a part of the cost of the sewer and shall not be specially charged on the lots fronting or abutting ] 
on the outlet or through which the outlet is constructed. 

Cost of sewage outlet on non-abutting benefited lands 

14. Where the work is the construction of a sewer that is an outlet for sewage from lands not abutting on the work or is the 
installation and construction of sewage pumping works, force mains, siphons or other pumping facilities necessary for a 
sewer or sewer system in carrying sewage away from lots not abutting on the work, the cost of the work that is specially 
charged shall be specially charged on the lots not abutting on the work but immediately benefited by it. 

Reductions and increases in special charges 

15. (1) Where a comer lot has a flankage and a frontage that abuts on a work and the size and nature of the lot is such that 
all or part of the work that abuts on the flankage is of no benefit to the lot, a reduction shall be made in the amount to be 
specially charged in respect of that flankage sufficient to adjust the amount charged on that lot on a just and equitable basis as 
compared with the other specially charged lots. 

(2) Where a lot other than a comer lot has a flankage and a frontage that abuts on a work and the size and nature of the lot 
is such that all or part of the work that abuts on the flankage is of no benefit to the lot, a reduction shall be made in the 
amount to be specially charged in respect of the flankage sufficient to adjust the amount charged on that lot on a just and 
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that is to be specially charged on the lot sufficient to adjust that amount as compared with the amount to be charged on lots fit 
for building purposes on a just and equitable basis. 

(4) Where a lot has a frontage in excess of 30 metres and will not benefit fi-om a work to the same degree as other lots 
benefited by the work, a reduction shall be made in the amount to be specially charged on the lot sufficient to adjust the 
amount charged on that lot on a just and equitable basis as compared with the other specially charged lots. 

(5) A reduction or increase shall be made in the amount to be specially charged on a triangular or irregularly shaped lot 
sufficient, having regard to the situation, value and superficial area of the lot as compared with the other lots, to adjust the 
amount on a just and equitable basis. 

(6) A reduction or increase required by this section shall be made by deducting fi-om or adding to the total frontage of the 
lot liable to be specially charged a number of metres sufficient to make the proper reduction or increase, but the whole of the 
lot shall be charged with the amount to be specially charged on the lot. 

(7) The amount of any reduction or increase in the amount to be specially charged on a lot shall be added to or deducted, 
respectively, fi-om the municipality's share of the cost. 

Reduction in special charges for work on lane 

16. (1) Where the work is the constructing or paving of a lane or constructing a sewer for drainage purposes in a lane and 
the municipality is of the opinion that any lot abutting on the work is not benefited by the work, or is not benefited by it to the 
same extent as the other abutting lots, the municipality may reduce the amount to be specially charged on the not-benefited or 
less-benefited lot by deducting from the total frontage of the lot a number of metres sufficient to make the proper reduction. 

(2) Where a reduction is made under subsection (1), the entire cost of the work shall be specially charged as if it were the 
cost with respect to the reduced frontage, but the whole of the lot shall be charged with the amount to be specially charged on 
the lot. 

Apportioning special charges where lot is subdivided 

17. (1) Where a lot that is or is to be specially charged is subdivided into two or more new lots, the municipality may 
apportion the special charges that would have otherwise been charged on the original lot among the new lots according to the 
extent of their respective frontages by imposing an equal special charge per mefre frontage. 

(2) Despite subsection (1), where the municipality is of the opinion that the new lots that are abutting on the work receive 
a greater benefit than the new non-abutting lots, the municipality may increase the amount to be specially charged on the new 
abutting lots and shall make a corresponding reduction in the amount to be specially charged on the new non-abutting lots. 

(3) Despite subsection (1), where a municipality is of the opinion that a new lot that does not abut on the work does not 
benefit from the work to the same extent as the other new non-abutting lots, the municipality may adjust the special charges 
to be imposed on the new non-abutting lots to reflect their different levels of benefit. 

(4) Section 20 applies with necessary modifications to the special charges imposed under subsection (1). 

(5) The local improvement roll shall be amended to reflect the changes made under this section. 

(6) For the purpose of subsection (I), 

"special charges that would have otherwise been charged on the original lot" includes any special charges that would, but for 
this section, become part of the municipality's share of the cost because of any new highway provided for by the 
subdivision. 

Procedure for Imposing Special Charges 

Court of revision 

18. (1) A municipality may establish a court of revision consisting of three or five members appointed by the council of 
the municipality. 

(2) Every member of the court of revision shall be qualified to be elected as a member of the council of the municipality. 

(3) A majority of the members of the court of revision constitutes a quorum. 
Local improvement roll 

19. Before a special charge is imposed, the freasurer of the municipality shall prepare a local improvement roll setting out, 

(a) the cost of the work; 

(b) every lot to be specially charged, the name of the ovmer and the number of mefres of its frontage to be specially 
charged; 

(c) every lot that, but for subsection 9 (6), would be exempt from being specially charged and the number of mefres of its 
frontage; 

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(d) the annual special charge per metre frontage with which each lot is to be specially charged; 

(e) the number of years the annual special charges described in clause (d) shall be paid; and 

(f) the lifetime of the work. 

Public notice 

20. (1) Before a special charge is imposed, the municipality shall set a time and a place for the hearing by the court of 
revision of objections against the proposed local improvement roll and of the municipality's proposed revisions to the 
proposed local improvement roll. 

(2) The municipality shall give notice to the public of the hearing by the court of revision and shall cause a notice of the 
hearing to be served on the owner of every lot to be specially charged. 

(3) A notice under subsection (2) shall include, 

(a) the time and place of the hearing by the court of revision; 

(b) the purpose of the hearing; 

(c) the matters described in clauses 3 (a) to (j); and 

(d) the times when and places where a copy of the local improvement roll and of the statement of cost may be inspected 
under section 22. 

(4) A notice to an owner shall be deemed to be sufficiently served if it is served personally, is sent by mail to the owner's 
place of business or residence as set out in the last returned assessment roll of the municipality, as most recently revised, or is 
left at or sent by mail to the owner's actual place of business or residence, if it is known. 

(5) Any person who owns a lot to be specially charged may object to a special charge by filing an objection, setting out the 
objection and the reasons in support of it, with the clerk of the municipality not later than seven days before the day set for 
the hearing. 

(6) The municipality may propose a revision to the proposed local improvement roll by filing a proposed revision, setting 
out the proposed revision and the reasons in support of it, with the clerk of the municipality not later than seven days before 
the day set for the hearing. 

(7) Where no objection or proposed revision is received in accordance with this section, the treasurer of the municipality 
shall certify the local improvement roll, without a hearing by the court of revision. 



Statement of cost of the work 

21. (1) Before a special charge is imposed, the engineer and the treasurer of the municipality shall prepare and certify a 
statement showing the actual cost of the work. 

(2) Where the final cost of the work is not yet known and, in the opinion of the engineer and treasurer, 75 per cent of the 
final cost of the work has been completed, the engineer and treasurer shall estimate the actual cost of the work for the purpose 
of subsection (1). 

(3) Where the final cost of the work exceeds the estimated actual cost of the work set out in the statement, the excess shall 
be borne by the municipality. 

(4) Where the actual cost of the work set out in the statement is an estimate, the engineer and the treasurer shall, when the 
final cost of the work is known, certify the final cost of the work and, if the final cost of the work is less than the actual cost 
of the work as shown in the statement or as corrected by the court of revision, the difference shall be applied as far as it will 
go to payment of the special charges imposed with respect to the work. 

Public access to local improvement roll and statement of cost 

22. A copy of the local improvement roll prepared under section 19 and of the statement of cost prepared under section 21, 

(a) shall be available for inspection at the office of the clerk of the municipality until the completion of the hearing held 
pursuant to section 20; and 

(b) shall be provided by the municipality to the court of revision before the start of the hearing held pursuant to section 20. 
Court of revision may correct local improvement roll 

23. The court of revision at a hearing held pursuant to section 20 may review the proposed local improvement roll and 
correct it as to all or any of the following matters: 

1. The cost of the work. 

2. The names of the owners of the lots. 

3. The frontage or other measurements of the lots. 

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5. The lots which, but for subsection 9 (5) would be exempt from being specially charged. 

6. The lifetime of the work. 

7. The charge per metre frontage to be imposed on any lot. 

8. If all or part of the owners' share of the cost is to be specially charged on lots not abutting on the work, those non- 
abutting lots that are to be specially charged and the amount of the special charge to be imposed on those lots. 

Power of court of revision to add a lot to be specially charged 

24. (1) Where it appears to the court of revision during a hearing held pursuant to section 20 that any lot that has not been 
specially charged should be specially charged or, as a result of a proposed revision by the municipality under section 20, a 
special charge for any lot should be changed, the court shall adjourn its hearing for not less than 14 days and shall cause 
notice to be served on the owner of the lot. 

(2) A notice under subsection (1) shall include, 

(a) the time and place of the resumption of the hearing of the court of revision; 

(b) the purpose of the hearing; 

(c) the matters described in clauses 3 (a) to (j); and 

(d) the times when and places where a copy of the local improvement roll and of the statement of cost may be inspected 
under section 22. 

(3) A notice to an owner shall be deemed to be sufficiently served if it is served personally, is sent by mail to the owner's 
place of business or residence as set out in the last returned assessment roll of the municipality, as most recently revised, or is 
left at or sent by mail to the owner's actual place of business or residence, if it is known. 

(4) If the court of revision determines that any such lot ought to be specially charged, the court shall determine the amount 
to be specially charged on the lot. 

(5) Despite subsection (1), the court of revision may, with the written consent of the owner of the lot, waive the need for 
an adjournment of its hearing or reduce the length of the adjournment to less than 14 days. 

Special charge imposed where circumstances change 

25. (1) Where a reduction is made under section 15 or 16 with respect to a lot and circumstances change so that the 
reduction is no longer warranted, the municipality may impose the special charge on the lot that would have originally been 
imposed for the year in which the circumstances change and for the remaining years in which special charges are imposed. 

(2) Before an increased special charge is imposed under subsection (1), notice of the proposed special charge shall be 
given to the owner of the lot. 

(3) A notice to an owner shall be deemed to be sufficiently served if it is served personally, is sent by mail to the owner's 
place of business or residence as set out in the last returned assessment roll of the municipality, as most recently revised, or is 
left at or sent by mail to the owner's actual place of business or residence, if it is known. 

(4) A person may object to the increase to the special charge on the grounds that the special charge is incorrect or not 
warranted by filing a written objection, setting out the objection and the reasons in support of it, with the clerk of the 
municipality within 10 days of the personal service or mailing of the notice under subsection (3). 

(5) The court of revision shall hold a hearing to consider the objection and may make any decision the municipality could 
have made. 

Court of revision may reduce special charge in case of gross error 

26. (1) The court of revision may, at any time after the certification of the local improvement roll, reduce any special 
charge for the current year and the remaining years for which the special charge is imposed if it determines that the special 
charge is incorrect by reason of any gross or manifest error. 

(2) The amount of the reduction shall be borne by the municipality, except where otherwise provided. 

Court of revision cannot change proportion of municipality's and owners' share of costs 

27. The court of revision does not have the authority to change the proportion of the municipality's and the owners' share 
of the cost except to the extent that the proportion may be affected by a decision made under section 23, 24, 25 or 26. 

Amendments to local improvement roll 

28. (1) The treasurer of a municipality shall make corrections in the local improvement roll that are necessary to give 
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(2) The local improvement roll, when certified by the treasurer under subsection (1) or 20 (7), and the special charges set 
out in the certified local improvement roll are final and binding, except where otherwise provided. 

(3) When the local improvement roll is certified by the treasurer under subsection (1) or 20 (7), the work in respect of 
which the roll has been prepared and certified shall be conclusively deemed to have been lawfully undertaken in accordance 
with this Regulation. 

Special charges by-law 

29. (1) After the treasurer of the municipality has certified the local improvement roll under section 20 or 28, the 
municipality shall by by-law provide that the amount specially charged on each lot set out in the roll shall be sufficient to 
raise that lot's share of the owners' share of the cost by a number of equal annual payments and that a special charge shall be 
imposed in each year on each lot equal to the amount of the payment payable in that year. 

(2) The amount of each annual payment shall be entered in the local improvement roll. 

(3) The annual payments with respect to a work shall not extend beyond the lifetime of the work or 30 years, whichever is 
shorter. 



Annual payments commuted to one present value payment 



30. Despite section 29, the municipality may allow all or the remaining annual payments to be commuted for a single m 
payment equal to the present value of the annual payments and, for the purpose of calculating the present value, the Ë 
municipality shall use the rate of interest it considers appropriate. ME 

Agreement between municipalities re local improvement of shared highway 

3L (1) Where a highway forms a boundary between two or more municipalities, whether it lies wholly within one 
municipality or partly within two or more municipalities, the municipalities may enter into an agreement to undertake in 
respect of the highway, or any part of it, any work that may be undertaken as a local improvement. 

(2) The agreement may speciiy, 

(a) the municipality that will undertake the work; 

(b) the manner in which the cost of the work is to be financed; 

(c) the proportions in which the municipality's share of the cost shall be borne by the municipalities respectively; 

(d) the times at which amounts which are to be paid Irom one municipality to another municipality. 

(3) The municipality that will undertake the work has all the powers and duties in respect of the work that may be 
exercised or are to be performed by a municipality that undertakes a work as a local improvement, and the highway shall, for 
the purposes of undertaking the work, be deemed to lie wholly within and to be under the exclusive jurisdiction of the 
municipality that will undertake the work. 

(4) The clerk of the municipality that will undertake the work shall forthwith, after the passing of its by-law imposing the 
special charges upon lots, deliver or send by registered mail to the clerk of the municipality in which is situate any lot upon 
which the special charges have been imposed a copy of the by-law, certified under his or her hand and the seal of the 
municipality. 

(5) The special charges required by the by-law to be imposed and collected in any year on lots in any municipality, other 
than the municipality that will undertake the work, shall be collected by the treasurer of the municipality in which the lots are 
located as if the tax had been imposed by that municipality and the proceeds of the special charges shall form part of the 
operating revenues of the municipality collecting the tax. 

(6) A municipality that is a party to an agreement under this section may assume all or a part of the cost of any work 
undertaken under this section which is to be specially charged upon lots in the municipality and thereafter such cost shall 
form part of the municipality's share of the cost of the work. 

Special charges do not encumber land 

32. The costs specially charged or chargeable on a lot for or in respect of any work, except so much of it as is in arrears 
and unpaid, shall not, as between a vendor and a purchaser, or in respect of a covenant against encumbrances, or for the right 
to convey, or for quiet possession free from encumbrances, be deemed an encumbrance on that land. 

Debt 

Restrictions on long-term debt for local improvement 

33. (1) A municipality shall not incur long-term debt with respect to the cost of undertaking a work as a local 
improvement until, 

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establishes the cost of completing the work. 

(2) For the purpose of subsection (1), where a municipality is undertaking the construction of two or more sewers as local 
improvements which will be connected as a sewer system, all the sewers shall be deemed to be a single work. 

Psyment of long-term debt 

34. Long-term debt incurred by a municipality with respect to the cost of undertaking a work as a local improvement shall 
be paid in ftill within the lifetime of the work. 

Reserve fund for payment of long-term debt 

35. (1) If a municipality incurs long-term debt with respect to the cost of undertaking a work as a local improvement, 
special charges imposed and collected in accordance with this Regulation with respect to the work shall be placed in a reserve 
fund for the payment of the long-term debt and the fund, including interest, shall not be used for any other purpose until the 
debt is paid in full. 

(2) Subsection (1) does not apply to a present value payment under section 30 if the municipality reduced the amount of 
the long-term debt it incurred with respect to the work to reflect such payment. 

Prescribed limits not applicable 

36. Debt and financial obligation limits for municipalities prescribed under subsection 401 (4) of the Act do not apply to 
long-term debt incurred with respect to the owners' share of the cost of a work. 

Levy imposed before debt incurred not illegal if by-law authorizing debt is passed 

37. If a municipality has passed a by-law authorizing the municipality to incur long-term debt with respect to the cost of 
undertaking a work as a local improvement, any levy under section 311 or 3 12 of the Act to pay for the cost of the work shall 
not be found to be illegal because the long-term debt has not been incurred at the time the levy is imposed. 

Borrowing or special charges by-law not invalid if local improvement roll is certilled 

38. (1) Where the local improvement roll with respect to a work is certified under section 20 or 28, no by-law for 
borrowing money or imposing special charges with respect to the work shall be quashed, set aside or otherwise found to be 
invalid because it is illegal or for any other defect in it. 

(2) A court in which a proceeding is taken to quash, set aside or otherwise find a by-law described in subsection (1) to be 
invalid may, on such conditions as it considers appropriate, order the municipality to amend or replace the by-law so that it 
would be valid even in the absence of that subsection. 

(3) A municipality, if requested by any person with whom or which the municipality has incurred any liability, obligation 
or debt under a by-law described in subsection (1), may amend or replace the by-law so that it would be valid even in the 
absence of that subsection. 

(4) Every liability, obligation or debt incurred by the municipality under a by-law that is amended in the circumstances 
described in subsection (2) or (3) is as valid and binding as if the amended or replacement by-law had been in force at the 
time the liability, obligation or debt was incurred. 

Commencement 

Commencement 

39. This Regulation comes into force on the later of the day it is filed and April 1, 2003. 

David Stuart Young 
Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



Dated on March 3 1,2003. 
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ONTARIO REGULATION 120/03 

made under the 

MEDICINE ACT, 1991 

Made: November 1 , 2002 

Approved: March 26, 2003 

Filed: April 3, 2003 

Revoking O. Reg. 827/93 
(Composition of Statutory Committees) 



O. Reg. 121/03 



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1. Ontario Regulation 827/93 is revoked. 



Council of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario: 



A. M. BlENENSTOCK 
President 



Rocco Gerace 
Registrar 



Dated on November 1 , 2002. 
16/03 

ONTARIO REGULATION 121/03 

made under the 
MEDICINE ACT, 1991 

Made: November 1 , 2002 

Approved: March 26, 2003 

Filed: April 3, 2003 

RevokingO. Reg. 913/93 
(Elections) 

1. Ontario Regulations 913/93 and 57/94 are revoked. 

Council of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario^ 



A. M. BlENENSTOCK 
President 

Rocco Gerace 
Registrar 



Dated on November 1, 2002. 
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made under the 
MEDICINE ACT, 1991 

Made: November 1 , 2002 

Approved: March 26, 2003 

Filed: April 3, 2003 

Amending O. Reg. 1 14/94 
(General) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 1 14/94 has previously been amended. Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations 
published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

1. Parts I, III, VI, VIII and IX of Ontario Regulation 1 14/94 are revoked. 

2. Section 44 of the Regulation is revoked. 

Council of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario: 

A. M. BlENENSTOCK 
President 

Rocco Gerace 
Registrar 

Dated on November 1, 2002. 

16/03 

ONTARIO REGULATION 123/03 

made under the 
MEDICINE ACT, 1991 

Made: November 1, 2002 

Approved: March 26, 2003 

Filed: April 3, 2003 

Amending O. Reg. 865/93 
(Registration) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 865/93 has previously been amended. Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations 
published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

I. Sections 17 and 18 of Ontario Regulation 865/93 are revoked. 

COUNCIL OF THE COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS OF ONTARIO: 

A.M. BlENENSTOCK 
President 

Rocco Gerace 
Registrar 

Dated on November 1,2002. ' 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 124/03 

made under the 

THEATRES ACT 

Made: April 2, 2003 
Filed: April 4, 2003 

Amending Reg. 1031 ofR.R.0. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Regulation 103 1 has previously been amended. Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in 
The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

1. Section 3 of Regulation 1031 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is amended by adding the following 
subsection: 

(1.1) Films classified as "adult accompaniment" before March 31, 2003 and not re-classified on or after that date are 
prescribed for the purposes of paragraph 1 of subsection 19 (3) of the Act. 

2. (1) Subsections 11 (2), (3) and (3.1) of the Regulation are revoked and the following substituted: 

(2) The wording on the sign shall be in English and, if the person who exhibits the film so wishes, may also be in French. 
(2) Subsection 11 (4) of the Regulation is amended by striking out "used" and substituting "displayed or otherwisej 
used". 

3. (1) Subsection 12 (1) of the Regulation is amended by striking out "used" and substituting "displayed or 
otherwise used". 

(2) Subsection 12 (2) of the Regulation is amended by striking out "uses" and substituting "displays or otherwise 
uses". 

(3) Subsection 12 (3) of the Regulation is revoked. 

4. Section 13 of the Regulation is revoked. 

RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 124/03 

pris en application de la 

LOI SUR LES CINÉMAS 

pris le 2 avril 2003 
déposé le 4 avril 2003 

modifiant le Régi. 1031 des R.R.O. de 1990 
(Dispositions générales) 

Remarque : Le Règlement 103 1 a été modifié antérieurement. Ces modifications sont indiquées dans la Table des règlements 
publiée dans la Gazette de l 'Ontario du 1 8 janvier 2003. 

1. L'article 3 du Règlement 1031 des Règlements refondus de l'Ontario de 1990 est modifié par adjonction du 
paragraphe suivant : 

(1.1) Les fihns classés dans la catégorie «accompagnement d'un adulte» avant le 31 mars 2003 et n'ayant pas fait l'objet 
d'une nouvelle classification ce jour-là ou ultérieurement sont prescrits pour l'application de la disposition 1 du paragraphe 
19 (3) de la Loi. 

2. (1) Les paragraphes 11 (2), (3) et (3.1) du Règlement sont abrogés et remplacés par ce qui suit : 

(2) Le texte de l'affiche est en anglais et, si la personne qui projette le film le souhaite, peut également être en français. 
(2) Le paragraphe 11 (4) du Règlement est modifié par substitution de «exhibée ou autrement utilisée relativement 
à» à «accompagnant». 

3. (1) Le paragraphe 12 (1) du Règlement est modifié par substitution de «exhibées ou autrement utilisées 
relativement à» à «accompagnant». 

(2) Le paragraphe 12 (2) du Règlement est modifié par substitution de «exhibe ou utilise autrement» à «utilise». 

(3) Le paragraphe 12 (3) du Règlement est abrogé. 

4. L'article 13 du Règlement est abrogé. 

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I 



Publications under the Regulations Act 
Publications en vertu de la Loi sur les règlements 

2003—04—26 
ONTARIO REGULATION 125/03 

made under the 

LAND REGISTRATION REFORM ACT 

Made: February 10,2003 
Filed: April 7, 2003 

AmendingO. Reg. 16/99 
(Automated System) 

Note: Since the end of 2002, Ontario Regulation 16/99 has been amended by Ontario Regulations 5/03, 6/03, 7/03, 31/03 
and 32/03. Previous amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in The Ontario Gazette dated 
January 18,2003. 

1. The Table to subsection 3 (I) of Ontario Regulation 16/99 is amended by adding the following item: 



Column! 


Column 2 


Essex (No. 12) 


April 7, 2003 



Timothy Patrick Hudak 
Minister of Consumer and Business Services 



Dated on February 10, 2003. 
17/03 



ONTARIO REGULATION 126/03 

made under the 

ONTARIO ENERGY BOARD ACT, 1998 

Made: April 2, 2003 
Filed: April 7, 2003 

Amending O. Reg. 339/02 
(Electricity Pricing) 

Note: Since the end of 2002, Ontario Regulation 339/02 has been amended by Ontario Regulations 51/03 and 99/03. 
Previous amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

1. Section 2 of Ontario Regulation 339/02 is amended by adding the following paragraph: 

6. 1 A consumer who annually uses at least 1 50,000 but not more than 250,000 kilowatt hours of electricity and who is not 
otherwise eligible for treatment as a designated consumer under the Act or this Regulation. 

2. The Regulation is amended by adding the following sections: 

Obligation to make payments under subss. 79.1 (14) and (15) of the Act 

3.4 (1) Despite any other provision of this Regulation, for the purposes of subsections 79.1 (14) and (15) of the Act, a 
distributor or retailer shall make a payment to a consumer who, 

(a) is a designated consumer under paragr^h 6. 1 of section 2; and 

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(b) has not received and is not eligible to receive any payment under Part V of the Act, other than a payment under this 
section. 

(2) The amount of the payment to the consumer under subsection (1 ) shall be calculated in accordance with section 3.5. 

Calculation of payments 

3.5 (I) Subject to subsection (3), the amount of a payment by a distributor or retailer to a consumer under section 3.4 shall 
be determined in accordance with the following formula: 

(A + B)-(C + D) 

where, 

A = subject to subsection (2), the total amount that the consumer was charged, by the distributor or retailer, in respect of 
the commodity price for electricity used, including total losses, during the period from May 1, 2002 to April 30, 2003, 

B = subject to subsections (2) and (3), the total amount that the consumer was charged, by other persons that were 
distributors or retailers that billed the consumer under retailer-consolidated billing, in respect of the commodity price 
for electricity used, including total losses, during the period from May 1, 2002 to April 30, 2003, 

C = subject to subsection (2), the total amount that the consumer would have been charged, by the distributor or retailer, in 
respect of the commodity price for electricity used, including total losses, during the period from May 1, 2002 to April 
30, 2003, if the commodity price for electricity had been 4.3 cents per kilowatt hour during that period, 

D = subject to subsections (2) and (3), the total amount that the consumer would have been charged, by other persons that 
were distributors or retailers that billed the consumer under retailer-consolidated billing, in respect of the commodity 
price for elecfricity used, including total losses, during the period from May I, 2002 to April 30, 2003, if the 
commodity price for electricity had been 4.3 cents per kilowatt hour during that period. 

(2) If May I, 2002 falls within a billing period that includes any day before that day, or if April 30, 2003 falls within a 
billing period that includes any day after that day, a distributor or retailer may, for the purpose of subsection (1), estimate the 
amounts charged during that billing period that relate to electricity used during the period from May 1, 2002 to April 30, 
2003. 

(3) The amounts of "B" and "D" in subsection (1) shall be deemed to be zero unless, not later than September 30, 2003, 
the distributor or retailer receives from the consumer or another person the information necessary to determine those 
amounts. 

(4) The amounts of the payment that a distributor or retailer is required to make under section 3.4 to a consumer is the 
amount determined under subsection ( 1 ) or zero, whichever is greater. 

(5) A distributor or retailer who is required to make a payment under section 3.4 shall do so by crediting the consumer's 
account and showing the credit on an invoice issued to the consumer or by some other form of payment mutually agreed on 
with the consumer at the most recent address provided by the consumer or at such other location as may be mutually agreed 
on. 

(6) If a distributor maintains a PPVA account in respect of a consumer who is a designated consumer under paragraph 6.1 
of section 2 and, on the day this section comes into force, there is a balance in the PPVA account to the credit of the 
distributor, 

(a) subsection (1 ) does not apply to the consumer; and 

(b) the disfributor shall reduce the balance of the consumer's account to zero. 
3. The Regulation is amended by adding the following section: 

Limitation — no double rebates 

7. Despite any other provision of this Regulation, 

(a) a person who has received or is eligible to receive any payment arising from any license conditions that relate to the 
Minister's directive, dated March 24, 1999, to the Board under section 28 of the Act and any subsequent directive 
under section 28.1 of the Act for any period, is not eligible to receive a rebate or payment under this Regulation in 
respect of the same period; and 

(b) section 79. 1 of the Act does not apply to a disfributor or retailer with respect to a consumer if the consumer has 
received or is eligible to receive any payment arising from any license conditions that relate to the Minister's directive, 
dated March 24, 1999, to the Board under section 28 of the Act and any subsequent directive under section 28.1 of the 
Act. 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 127/03 

made under the 

FISH AND WILDLIFE CONSERVATION ACT, 1997 

Made: April 9, 2003 • 
Filed: April 9, 2003 

Amending O. Reg. 670/98 
(Open Seasons — Wildlife) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 670/98 has previously been amended. Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations 
published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

1. Item 32 of Table 7 of Ontario Regulation 670/98 is revoked and the following substituted: 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Column 4 


Column 5 


Column 6 


Species 


Area (Nos. refer to 

WMUs unless 
otherwise stated) 


Open Season — 

Residents and Non- 

Residents 


Time Limits 


Daily Bag 
Limits 


Possession 
Limits 


32. 


Wild Turkey 


59,60A,61,62,63, 
64A. 64B. 65, 66A, 67. 
68.69A,69B,70,7I, 
72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 
78, 79. 80, 8 1,82 A, 
82B, 83A, 84, 85, 86, 
87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92 A, 
92B, 92C, 92D, 93A, 
948 


From April 25, or if 
April 25 falls on a 
Saturday or Sunday, the 
Monday immediately 
following April 25, and 
ending on May 31. 


Vi hour 
before sunrise 
to 12 o'clock 
noon 


As provided in 

Part VI of 

Ontario 

Regulation 

665/98 

(Hunting) 





Jerry J. Ouellette 
Minister of Natural Resources 



Dated on April 9, 2003. 
17/03 



ONTARIO REGULATION 128/03 

made under the 

ONTARIO WATER RESOURCES ACT 

Made: April 2, 2003 
Filed: April 10,2003 



> 



Amending Reg. 903 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Wells) 

Note: Regulation 903 has not previously been amended. 

1. (1) The definition of "annular space" in section 1 of Regulation 903 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 
is revoked and the following substituted: 

"annular space" means an open space between a casing and the side of a well, and includes space between overlapping 
casings within the well; 

(2) Section 1 of the Regulation is amended by adding the following definitions: 

"ASTM" means ASTM International; 

"AWWA" means the American Water Works Association; 

"bentonite" means a commercially produced sealing material to be used in well construction or abandonment that, 

(a) consists of more than 50 per cent sodium montmorillonite by weight, 

(b) has the ability to swell in the presence of water, 

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(c) does not provide nutrients for bacteria, and 

(d) does not impair the quality of water with which it comes in contact; 

"dewatering well" means a well that is not used or intended for use as a source of water for agriculture or human 
consumption and that is made, 

(a) to lower or control the level of ground water in the area of the well, or 

(b) to remove materials that may be in the ground water; 

(3) The derinition of "flowing well" in section 1 of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

"flowing well" means a well that has a static water level above the ground surface; 

(4) Section 1 of the Regulation is amended by adding the following definitions: 

"sealant" means, 

(a) a slurry consisting of clean water and at least 20 per cent bentonite solids, or 

(b) other material that is equivalent to a slurry described in clause (a) with respect to the ability to form a permanent 
watertight barrier; 

"subsurface formation" includes an aquifer; 

"suitable sealant" means a sealant that is compatible with the quality of the water found in the well; 

"test hole" means a well that, 

(a) is made to test or to obtain information in respect of ground water or an aquifer, and 

(b) is not used or intended for use as a source of water for agriculture or human consumption; 

"trémie pipe" means a pipe or tube with an inner diameter that is at least three times the diameter of the largest particle of 
material to pass through it and that is used to conduct material to the bottom of a hole, including a hole containing standing 
water; 

"well record" means a form supplied by the Ministry for recording information about a well during construction or 
abandonment of the well. 

2. The Regulation is amended by adding the following section: 

Shallow Works 

1.1 (1) A test hole or dewatering well that is made to a depth of not more than 3.0 metres below the ground surface is 
exempt from sections 36 to 50 of the Act and from this Regulation, unless, 

(a) it is constructed in a contaminated area; 

(b) it is constructed in an area with conditions likely to result in flowing wells; or 

(c) it penetrates through a formation that is not an aquifer. 

(2) Despite subsection (I), a person who constructs a test hole or dewatering well described in that subsection shall ensure 
that the major horizons of soil are excavated separately, stored separately, kept free from contamination and backfilled in the 
same relative positions that they originally occupied. 

(3) If it becomes apparent during construction, use or abandonment of a test hole or dewatering well that subsection (I) 
does not apply, the person who caused it to be constructed shall, unless subsection (4) applies, retain the services of the 
holder of a well contractor licence. 

(4) If construction of a test hole or dewatering well is complete, the well owner has assumed control over the operation of 
the test hole or dewatering well, and it becomes apparent during use or abandonment of the test hole or dewatering well that 
subsection (1) does not apply, the well ovmer shall retain the services of the holder of a well contractor licence. 

(5) The holder of a well contractor licence who is retained under subsection (3) or (4) shall ensure compliance with the 
Act, this Regulation and the Environmental Protection Act. 

(6) Subsections (3) and (4) do not apply if the person who would otherwise be required to retain the services of the holder 
of a well contractor licence has an employee who is the holder of a well technician licence and who ensures compliance with 
the Act, this Regulation and the Environmental Protection Act. 

3. Section 2 of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

2. (1) An application for issuance of a well confractor licence shall be on a form supplied by the Ministry and shall be 
submitted along with the required fee. 



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v^^ rvii apjjiivouuii loi iciicwai oi a wen contractor ncence shall be on a tbrm supplied by the Ministry and shall be 
submitted along with the required fee. 

(3) If the applicant is a corporation or partnership, the application shall be completed and signed by the official 
representatives referred to in paragraph 1 of section 4. 

4. Subsection 3 (3) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

(3) Every holder of a well contractor licence shall notify the Director in writing of any change in the information 
submitted under section 2 or subsection (2) within 10 days after the date of the change. 

5. (1) Paragraphs 1 and 2 of section 4 of the Regulation are revoked and the following substituted: 

1 . If the licensee is a corporation or partnership, it shall ensure that, 

i. at least one director, officer or partner is designated as the official representative of the licensee at all times, and 

ii. the official representatives have been assigned the responsibility of ensuring that the Act and this Regulation are 
complied with. 

2. The licensee shall maintain insurance in a form approved by the Superintendent of Financial Services of the Province 
of Ontario for every well construction business carried on by the licensee, with respect to the liability of the licensee 
and the licensee's employees arising out of the well construction business, 

i. in an amount not less than $2,000,000 for property damage arising out of any one incident, and 

ii. in an amount of not less than $2,000,000 for the death of or bodily injury to any person not an employee of the 
licensee, for each such person, 

but the contract of insurance may, 

iii. limit the insurer's liability under the contract of insurance arising out of any one incident to $5,000,000, and 

iv. provide that the insured shall be responsible for a stated amount, up to $1,000, for each claim for which coverage 
is required. 

(2) Paragraph 4 of section 4 of the Regulation is revoked. 

6. (1) Paragraph 3 of subsection 5 (1) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

3. Other Well Construction being a licence authorizing the holder to construct and supervise the construction of wells, or 
a type of well described in the licence, by only the methods or equipment specified in the licence. 

(2) Subsections 5 (2) to (8) of the Regulation are revoked and the following substituted: 

(2) An application for a well technician licence shall be on a form supplied by the Ministry and shall be submitted along 
with the required fee. 

(3) An application for renewal of a well technician licence shall be on a form supplied by the Ministry and shall be 
submitted along with the required fee. 

7. (1) Subsection 6 (3) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

(3) The following are prescribed as qualifications for an applicant for any class of well technician licence: 

1. Successful completion of a course of study, of at least 30 hours, that is approved by the Director for the class of well 
technician licence applied for and that addresses the following topics: 

i. The Act and this Regulation. 

ii. Licensing of well contractors and well technicians, 
iii. Water quality health and safety considerations, 
iv. Choosing the location of a well and assessing site conditions. 

V. Geologic conditions and soil types, 
vi. Construction requirements, including, 

A. casing, 

B. annular space, 

C. disinfection, 

D. pump installation, 

E. venting, 

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F. testing of well yield, and 

G. maintenance. 

vii. Abandonment, including plugging and sealing. 

viii. Workplace safety. 

ix. Case studies. 

2. Four thousand hours of work experience helping at or doing the activity that would be authorized by the licence 
applied for, or a combination of work experience and other qualifications that the Director considers equivalent. 

(2) Section 6 of the Regulation is amended by adding the following subsection: 

(4) Every holder of a well technician licence shall notify the Director in writing of any change in the information 
submitted under section 5 or subsection (2) within 10 days after the date of the change. 

8. Section 7 of the Regulation is amended by adding the following paragraph: 

5. The licensee shall, promptly after receipt of his or her licence, return to the Director any assistant well technician 
identification card previously issued to the licensee under this Regulation. 

9. Subsections 8 (2), (3) and (4) of the Regulation are revoked and the following substituted: 

(2) If the applicant for a well contractor licence is a corporation or partnership, the examination required under subsection 
(1) shall be taken by each of the official representatives referred to in paragraph 1 of section 4. „ _, 

(3) An application for an appointment to take an examination shall be on a form supplied by the Ministry and shall be 
accompanied by the required fee. 

10. The Regulation is amended by adding the following section: 

Continuing Education — Well Technicians 

8.1 (1) If a well technician licence expires after December 31, 2005 and an application is made to renew it, it is a 
qualification of renewing the licence that the applicant must have successftilly completed continuing education courses 
approved by the Director that consist of a total of at least 2 1 hours of instruction in the period that ends on the date the 
application is submitted and began on the later of the following dates: 

1 . January 1 of the third calendar year preceding the calendar year in which the licence expires. 

2. The last day of instruction in a continuing education course that was previously relied on by the applicant for the 
purpose of this subsection and that ended in the third calendar year preceding the calendar year in which the licence 
expires. 

(2) If a well technician licence is renewed during a calendar year in accordance with subsection (1), that subsection does 
not apply to a further renewal that occurs during the following two calendar years. 

11. Section 9 of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

9. (1) An assistant well technician without an identification card issued under this section is exempt fi"om section 43 of the 
Act when working at the construction of wells if he or she is supervised by a holder of a well technician licence who is 
present at the site. 

(2) An assistant well technician to whom an identification card has been issued under this section is exempt from section 
43 of the Act when working at the construction of wells on behalf of the licensee named on the card if, 

(a) the expiry date on the card has not yet been reached; 

(b) he or she carries the card with him or her and produces it on the request of an employee or agent of the Ministry; and 

(c) he or she is supervised by the holder of a well technician licence who is available to be called to the site within one 
hour. 

(3) A holder of a well contractor licence may, not earlier than four months after an assistant well technician begins to work 
as an employee or agent of the holder of the licence, apply to the Director on a form supplied by the Ministry for an 
identification card for the technician. 

(4) A holder of a well contractor licence may, when the identification card for the assistant well technician is about to 
expire, apply to the Director on a form supplied by the Ministry for a new identification card for the technician. 

(5) An identification card issued under this section for an assistant well technician shall bear an expiry date that is not 
more than 36 months after the date of issue. 

(6) A person for whom an identification card is issued shall return the card to the Director promptly after ceasing to be the 
employee or agent of the licensed contractor named on the card. 

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13. (1) Section 11 of the Regulation is amended by adding the following subsections: 

(3.1) Before the construction of a cased well is completed, the person constructing the well shall obtain a well tag fi-om the 
Ministry and shall affix it permanently to the outside of the casing at a point where it will be visible and will not be 
obstructed by the well cap or other components of the well or by equipment associated with the well. 

(3.2) If an alteration is made to a cased well that already has a well tag, the person constructing the alteration shall 
safeguard the well tag during construction and shall reaffix it in accordance with subsection (3.1). 

(3.3) Despite subsection (3.2), if an alteration is made to a cased well that already has a well tag and the well tag is broken, 
defaced, illegible or otherwise unusable, the person constructing the alteration shall, 

(a) remove the well tag and dispose of it; and 

(b) obtain a new well tag from the Ministry and affix it in accordance with subsection (3.1). 

(3.4) Despite subsections (3.1) to (3.3), if one well record is prepared for a cluster of wells in accordance with section 
1 1.1, it is not necessary to affix a well tag to a well in the cluster if a well tag is already affixed to at least one other well in 
the cluster. 

(2) Section 1 1 of the Regulation is amended by adding the following subsection: 

(4.1) Subsection (4) does not apply to a test hole or dewatering well. 

(3) Subsection 11 (5) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

(5) On completion of construction of a well, the person constructing the well shall, 

(a) test the yield of the well in accordance with section 19; 

(b) deliver a copy of an information package about wells obtained from the Ministry to the well owner before the well 
construction equipment is removed from the site; 

(c) complete the well record for the well, including the record of Global Positioning System coordinates for the well 
location; 

(d) deliver a copy of the well record to the well owner within 14 days after the date on which the well construction 
equipment is removed from the site; 

(e) forward a copy of the well record to the Director within 30 days after the date on which the well construction 
equipment is removed from the site; and 

(f) retain a copy of the well record for two years. 

(5.1) Subsection (5) does not apply to a person who installs pumping equipment in a well for which a well record has 
already been completed. 

(5.2) Subsection (5) does not apply to a person who installs equipment of any of the following types in a well if a well 
record has already been completed for the well and the equipment installation does not involve substantial alteration of the 
well: 

1 . Equipment to determine the water level, j 

2. Equipment to sample the water. 

3. Equipmentto test a quality or characteristic of the water. 

(5.3) Subsection (5) does not apply in respect of a test hole or dewatering well that, 

(a) is constructed as an uncased well and is not required by this Regulation to be cased; 

(b) is abandoned within 30 days after completion of its construction; and 

(c) is abandoned in accordance with section 21. 

(5.4) Clause (5) (a) does not apply on completion of construction of a test hole or dewatering well if the person 
constructing it measures the static water level in the well by means of a plastic or metal tape, an air line or an electrical 
device, and ensures that any part of the tape, line or device that comes into contact with water in the well is clean. 

(5.5) Clauses (5) (b) and (f) do not apply to a test hole or dewatering well. 

(5.6) Subsections (2), (3), (4) and (5) do not apply to a person who installs water sampling or monitoring equipment in a 
well if the person is present at the well throughout the entire period that the equipment remains installed in the well. 

(4) Section 11 of the Regulation is amended by adding the following subsection: 

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(6. 1 ) Subsection (6) does not apply to a test hole or dewatering well. 

(5) Subsections 1 1 (7) to (10) of the Regulation are revoked and the following substituted: 

(7) If a flowing well is constructed, the person constructing the well, 

(a) shall construct the well to accommodate and be compatible with an appropriate device that controls the discharge of 
water from within the well casing, is capable of stopping the discharge of water from within the well casing, and is 
capable of withstanding the freezing of water in the well casing; 

(b) shall install a device described in clause (a); 

(c) shall construct the well and install the device described in clause (a) in a manner that prevents any flow of water from 
the well or at the well site, other than the flow through the device; and 

(d) shall construct the well and install the device described in clause (a) in a manner that prevents backflow of water into 
the well or well casing. 

(8) Clauses (7) (b), (c) and (d) do not apply if the well is abandoned in accordance with section 21. 

(9) Every contract for the construction of a well shall be deemed to contain a term that makes the person undertaking 
construction of the well responsible for, 

(a) the cost of complying with subsection (7); and 

(b) if clauses (7), (b), (c) and (d) do not apply pursuant to subsection (8), the cost of abandoning the well. 

(10) Subsection (9) does not apply to a written contract that expressly releases the person undertaking construction of the 
well from the responsibility referred to in that subsection. 

(11) If a well casing extends above the ground surface, the person constructing the well shall ensure that the surface 
drainage is such that water will not collect or pond in the vicinity of the well. 

14. The Regulation is amended by adding the following section: 

Well Clusters 

11.1 (1) Despite clause 1 1 (5) (c), a person constructing wells may complete one well record for a cluster of wells instead 
of a separate well record for each individual well if all the following circumstances exist: 

1 . Every well in the cluster is a test hole or every well in the cluster is a dewatering well. 

2. Every well in the cluster is located, 

i. on the same property as another well in the cluster, 

ii. on a property that is adjacent to a property on which another well in the cluster is located, or that would be 
adjacent but for a road between the two properties, 

iii. on a property that has only one or two intervening properties between it and a property on which another well in 
the cluster is located. 

3. The construction of every well in the cluster is complete or, if the wells are being constructed in phases, the 
construction of every well in the relevant phase of construction is complete. 

4. The well owner of every well in the cluster has given written consent to the use of a single well record for the cluster 
and the water well record states that all the required consents have been given. 

(2) For the purpose of subparagraph 2 iii of subsection (1), the following rules apply to the determination of the number of 
intervening properties between two properties on which wells are located: 

1 . The number of intervening properties shall be determined along a straight line joining the two wells. 

2. If the straight line mentioned in paragraph 1 crosses a road, the road shall not be counted as an intervening property, 
unless one or both of the two wells is located on or inside the boundaries of the road. 

3. If part of the sfraight line mentioned in paragraph I is on or within the boundaries of a road, the number of intervening 
properties shall be determined with reference to the properties adjacent to that portion of the road, on the side of the 
road that has fewer properties. 

(3) A person constructing wells who completes one well record for a cluster of wells under subsection (1) shall, 

(a) include in the well record a detailed map showing all the wells in the cluster, all property boundaries, and 
measurements sufficient to locate all of the wells in relation to fixed points and Global Positioning System 
coordinates; 

(b) indicate in the well record, in a convenient, concise and comprehensive manner, which of the wells share common 
features, such as diameter, construction technique, casing, venting, pumping equipment and method of abandonment; 

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request, any additional information in the person's custody or control related to any well in the cluster that the person 
has constructed; 

(d) despite clause 1 1 (5) (d), deliver to each well owner a copy of the well record for the cluster of wells within 60 days 
after the commencement of construction of the first well or, if the wells are being constructed in phases, within 60 days 
after the commencement of construction of the first well in the relevant phase of construction; and 

(e) despite clause 1 1 (5) (e), forward a copy of the well record for the cluster of wells to the Director within 75 days after 
the commencement of construction of the first well or, if the wells are being constructed in phases, within 75 days after 
the commencement of construction of the first well in the relevant phase of construction. 

(4) If one well record is completed for a cluster of wells under subsection (1), a person who does any subsequent 
construction that affects any of the wells in the cluster may complete one new well record in respect of the subsequent 
construction, as long as the new well record refers to the number of the original well record and identifies which of the wells 
in the cluster are affected by the subsequent construction. 

(5) A person constructing wells who completes a new well record under subsection (4) shall, 

(a) despite clause 1 1 (5) (d), deliver to each well owner affected by the subsequent construction a copy of the well record 
within 60 days after the commencement of the subsequent construction or, if the subsequent construction is done in 
phases, within 60 days after the commencement of the relevant phase of the subsequent construction; and 

(b) despite clause 1 1 (5) (e), forward a copy of the well record to the Director within 75 days after the commencement of 
the subsequent construction or, if the subsequent construction is done in phases, within 75 days after the 
commencement of the relevant phase of the subsequent construction. 

15. Section 12 of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

12. (1) The site of a new well shall be separated by at least the clearance distance required by Ontario Regulation 403/97 
(Building Code) fi-om a leaching bed system or other sewage system as defined in that regulation, including a sewage system 
that has not been constructed but for which a building permit has been issued. 

(2) The site of a new drilled well that has a watertight casing that extends to a depth of more than six metres below ground 
level shall be at least 15 metres from a source of pollution other than one mentioned in subsection (1). 

(3) The site of, 

(a) a new drilled well that does not have a watertight casing that extends to a depth of more than six metres below ground 
level; or 

(b) a new well that is not a drilled well, 

shall be at least 30 metres from a source of pollution other than one mentioned in subsection (1). 

(4) The site of a new well shall be chosen so that the well is accessible for cleaning, treatment, repair, testing, inspection 
and visual examination at all times before, during and after completion of construction of the well. 

(5) The site of a new well shall be at an elevation higher than the immediately surrounding area. 

(6) Subsections (1) to (5) do not apply to a test hole or dewatering well. 

(7) A well pit shall not be constructed at any location. 

(8) Despite subsection (7), a well pit may be constructed for a well that is created by diamond drilling equipment in 
connection with mineral exploration. 

(9) The following requirements apply to a well pit constructed under subsection (8): 

1. Section 13 applies as if the well pit were a well. 

2. The floor of the well pit shall be covered with a layer of suitable sealant at least 10 centimetres thick. 

3. The top of the well pit shall be covered with a solid, waterproof cover, sufficient to prevent the entry of foreign 
materials into the well pit. 

4. The cover on the well pit shall be fastened in place in a manner that will make it difficult for children to remove the 
cover. 

5. The well pit shall be kept dry by means of a sump pump. 

6. Despite paragraph 5, if the water table is substantially lower than the floor of the well pit, the well pit may be kept dry 
by means of drainage through a one-way valve that passes through the layer of sealant and that is located near the 
perimeter of the well pit. 

7. The top of the casing of the drilled well shall be at least 40 centimetres above the floor of the well pit. 

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8. The top of the casing of the drilled well shall be sealed with a commercially manufactured sanitary seal and shall be 
provided with a length of air vent line sufficient to extend above the covering of the well pit. 

(10) No person shall construct a well by penetrating through the bottom of a bored or dug well by means of drilling or by 
the use of a jetted point or driven point. 

16. Section 13 of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

13. (1) Casing shall be new material. 

(2) Subsection (I) does not apply to a test hole or dewatering well if abandonment of the test hole or dewatering well is 
scheduled to take place not later than 1 80 days after completion of construction. 

(3) Casing shall be clean and free of contamination. 

(4) Casing shall not impair the quality of water with which it comes in contact. 

(5) Casing shall be watertight. 

(6) Any seams in casing shall achieve a permanent watertight bond. 

(7) Cement casing shall be fiilly cured before installation. 

(8) A well that obtains water from an overburden aquifer shall be cased from the water-producing zone to at least 40 
centimetres above the highest point on the ground surface within three metres radially from the well, after the surface 
drainage conforms with subsection 11 (1 1), as measured at the time the well is completed. 

(9) A well that obtains water from a bedrock aquifer shall be cased from the bedrock to at least 40 centimefres above the 
highest point on ground surface within three metres radially from the well, after the surface drainage conforms with 
subsection 1 1 (I I), as measured at the time the well is completed. 

(10) Subsections (8) and (9) do not apply if, 

(a) the well is made by the use of a jetted point or driven point; 

(b) the well is cased, from the highest point on the ground surface within three metres radially from the well, after the 
surface drainage conforms with subsection II (1 1), to, 

(i) the water-producing zone, if the well obtains water from an overburden aquifer, or 

(ii) the bedrock, if the well obtains water from a bedrock aquifer; 

(c) the top of the casing is completed by the use of a buried joint to a suction water line that leads to a pump; and 

(d) a permanent marker identifies the location of the well and is visible at all times of year. 

(11) Subsections (8) and (9) do not apply to a test hole or dewatering well if, 

(a) the well is located where vehicle traffic is likely to pass directly over the well; 

(b) the well is completed with a flush-mounted watertight commercially manufactured well cover; and 

(c) the well cover is sufficiently sfrong, durable and well-installed to protect the well from damage, or the well cover is 
covered with a metal plate that is sufficiently large and sufficiently strong, durable and well-installed to protect the 
well cover and the well from damage. 

(12) The casing of a well that obtains water from a bedrock aquifer shall be sealed into the bedrock with suitable sealant to 
prevent impairment of the quality of the water in the well and aquifer. 

(13) Subsection (12) does not apply to a test hole or dewatering well. 

(14) If a well is constructed with a well pit, 

(a) subsections (8), (9) and (12) do not apply; and 

(b) the well shall be cased from the bottom of the well pit to at least 40 centimefres above the highest point on the ground 
surface within three mefres radially from the well, after the surface drainage conforms with subsection II (II), as 
measured at the time the well is completed. 

(15) A well to which subsection (8), (9) or (10) applies shall, despite that subsection, 

(a) have at least six mefres of casing below the level of the original ground surface, unless clause (b) applies; or 

(b) have at least 2.5 mefres of casing below the level of the original ground surface, if a casing that extended to six metres 
below the level of the original ground surface would not permit the use of the only useftjl aquifer. 

(16) The following are the minimum specifications for casing: 

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3. Steel casing with an inside diameter of more than 50.8 millimetres must have a nominal wall thickness of 4.78 
millimetres and a minimum wall thickness of 4.18 millimetres and must conform to ASTM A-53 Grade B, ASTM 
A589 Grade B or ASTM A500 Grade B or C. 

4. Steel casing with an inside diameter of 50.8 millimetres or less must have a nominal wall thickness of 2.77 millimetres 
and a minimum wall thickness of 2.41 millimetres and must conform to ASTM A-53 Grade B, ASTM A589 Grade B 
or ASTM A500 Grade B or C. 

5. Galvanized steel casing that is corrugated and that is used in bored or dug wells must be 1 8 gauge and must conform to 
ASTM A-53 Grade B, ASTM A589 Grade B or ASTM A500 Grade B or C. 

6. Cement casing with an inside diameter of 60.96 centimetres or more must have nominal wall thickness of 5.08 
centimetres. 

7. Plastic casing with an inside diameter of 10.16 centimetres or more must have a minimum wall thickness of 0.635 
centimetres and must be ABS or PVC pipe approved for potable water use by the Canadian Standards Association, the 
Canadian Society for Testing and Materials, ASTM or NSF International. 

8. Fibre-reinforced plastic casing must be manufactured from virgin resin and virgin fibres and must be approved for 
potable water use by NSF International. 

(17) Subsections (15) and (16) do not apply to a test hole or dewatering well. 

(18) The casing used in a well shall be continuous casing. 

(19) Joints in casing are prohibited, except for joints that, 

(a) achieve a permanent, watertight bond, such as welded steel joints; and 

(b) are made so that the jointed casing does not impair the quality of water with which it comes in contact. 

(20) The annular space between casings of different diameters shall be sealed with suitable sealant to prevent the entry 
into the well of any substance, including foreign materials and surface water. 

(21) No person shall ground a lightning rod by attaching it, directly or indirectly, to the casing of a well. 
17. Section 14 of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

14. (I) If a well is constructed by any method, the well shall be at least six metres deep, unless the only useful aquifer 
available necessitates a shallower well, in which case the well shall be at least three metres deep. 

(2) Subsection ( 1 ) does not apply to a test hole or dewatering well. 

(3) If a well is constructed by a method other than the use of a driven point, the well shall be constructed with a diameter 
at least 7.6 centimetres greater than the proposed diameter of the finished well, from the ground surface to a depth of at least 
the frill depth of the well or six metres, whichever is less. 

(4) If a well is constructed by a method other than digging or the use of a driven point, the annular space shall be filled 
from the bottom of the well to the ground surface with suitable sealant in accordance with the following rules: 

1 . The water-producing zone shall be filled with clean, washed gravel or sand that is, 

i. deposited after placement of the casing, or 

ii. developed, after placement of the casing and sealant, by surging water through the intake zone to remove the 
adjacent fme grained soils. 

2. The sealant must be continuously deposited so that it fills the annular space from the top of the water-producing zone 
upward by, 

i. being forced through the bottom end of the casing, or 

ii. being forced through a fremie pipe with the bottom end of the pipe immersed in the rising accumulation of 
sealant. 

3. If the sealant used to fill the annular space contains cement, 

i. it shall be allowed to set according to the manufacturer's specifications or for 12 hours, whichever is longer, and 

ii. if, after setting in accordance with subparagraph i, the sealant has settled or subsided, it shall be topped up to the 
original level. 

(5) Subsection (3) does not apply if, 

(a) the well is constructed by a method other than digging or the use of a driven point; 

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(b) the well is constructed with a diameter at least 5.1 centimetres greater than the proposed diameter of the finished well, 
from the ground surface to a depth of at least the full depth of the well or six metres, whichever is less; 

(c) the suitable sealant used to comply with subsection (4) has a maximum particle size that will not be subject to 
bridging; and 

(d) proper alignment is ensured by, 

(i) in the case of a well constructed using a cable tool rig, the use of a breakaway guide for centering the casing that 
does not impair the quality of the water with which it comes into contact and that is placed two metres above the 
bottom of the casing, or 

(ii) in the case of a well constructed using a rotary rig, the use of centralizers located below a depth of six metres. 

(6) Subsections (3) to (5) do not apply to, 

(a) a test hole or dewatering well if abandonment of the test hole or dewatering well is scheduled to take place not later 
than 180 days after completion of construction; or 

(b) a dewatering well constructed by the use of a jetted point. 

(7) The person who constructs a well shall ensure that the annular space is sealed to prevent any movement of water, 
natural gas, contaminants or other material between subsurface formations or between a subsurface formation and the ground 
surface by means of the annular space. 

(8) If a well, other than a test hole or dewatering well, is constructed with a well pit, subsection (4) does not apply to the 
well pit but does apply, with necessary modifications, from the bottom of the annular space to the bottom of the well pit. 

(9) If a test hole or dewatering well, other than a test hole or dewatering well referred to in subsection (6), is constructed 
with a well pit, subsection (4) does not apply to the well pit but does apply, with necessary modifications, from the bottom of 
the annular space to the bottom of the well pit. 

(10) If a well is constructed by digging, the annular space shall be filled to the ground surface in accordance with the 
following rules: 

1 . The annular space from the bottom of the well to a depth not closer to the ground surface than 2.5 mefres shall be filled 
with clean, washed and disinfected gravel or sand. 

2. The remainder of the annular space shall be filled with suitable sealant. 

(11) Subsection ( 1 0) does not apply to a test hole or dewatering well. 

(12) If a well is constructed by the use of a driven point, the annular space shall be filled to the ground surface using a 
material and a method approved in writing by the Director that, in the opinion of the Director, will ensure that there are no 
gaps or air spaces in the material placed in the annular space. 

(13) Subsection ( 1 2) does not apply to a test hole or dewatering well. 

(14) If a well is deepened, this section and section 13 apply, with necessary modifications, as if a new well were being 
constructed, but continued use of the casing in the existing well is permitted if the casing appears sound. 

(15) This section does not apply to a well that is constructed with a casing surrounded by a permanent casing of larger 
diameter (sometimes referred to as a double walled casing), but, 

(a) subsections (1) to (7) and (14) apply, with necessary modifications, to the annular space outside the outer casing; and 

(b) subsections (4), (6) and (7) apply, with necessary modifications, to the annular space between the casings, unless there 
is no ground water leaking into the annular space between the casings. 

18. Section 15 of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

Disinfection 

15. (1) When the construction of a well is completed, the water in the well shall be chlorinated to a concentration of 
approximately 50 milligrams of chlorine per litre of water and maintained at that concentration for a period of at least 12 
hours. 

(2) Ifpumping equipment is installed in a well, 

(a) the chlorinated water shall be brought into contact and maintained in contact with all areas of the pumping equipment 
that will come into contact with the water in the well when the well is in use; and 

(b) at the end of the 12-hour period of chlorination, the chlorinated water shall be pumped from the well until no odour of 
chlorine remains in the well water. 

(3) Subsections (I) and (2) do not apply if the Director gives written approval to another method of disinfection and the 
approved method is complied with. 

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19. Section 17 of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

17. (1) If a connection to the casing of a drilled well is made below the ground surface, a well seal or pitless adapter shall 
be used and the connection shall be made watertight. 

(2) A cutting torch shall not be used to make an opening in the casing wall to accommodate a pitless adapter. 

(3) If a connection to the casing of a bored or dug well is made below the ground surface, 

(a) the connection shall be made watertight with durable bonding material; and 

(b) the outside trench excavation shall be filled with suitable sealant extending from the casing a minimum distance 
outward of 0.5 metres and extending from the bottom of the excavation to within 0.5 metres of the ground surface. 

(4) If a pump is not located directly over a well, the top of the casing shall be sealed with a commercially manufactured 
vermin-proof well cap. 

(5) If a pump is installed directly over a well, 

(a) the casing shall be extended to at least 40 centimefres above the ground surface or, if a floor has been constructed 
around or adjacent to the casing, to at least 1 5 centimefres above the floor; and 

(b) the top of the casing shall be shielded in a manner sufficient to prevent entry of any material that may impair the 
quality of the water in the well. 

20. Section 18 of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

18. (1) If pumping equipment is installed in a drilled well, other than a well in which the casing is used to transmit water 
out of the well, 

(a) an air vent shall be installed with a minimum inside diameter of, 

(i) 0.3 centimefres, if the inside diameter of the casing is less than 12.7 centimetres, or 
(ii) 1 .2 centimetres, if the inside diameter of the casing is 12.7 centimefres or more; 

(b) the air vent, 

(i) shall be of sufficient length to extend above the covering of the well pit, if a well pit exists, or 

(ii) shall extend above the ground surface a distance sufficient to prevent the entry of flood water from any 
anticipated flooding in the area but not less than 40 centimefres, if no well pit exists; 

(c) the air vent shall extend above the well cap; 

(d) the open end of the air vent shall be shielded and screened in a manner sufficient to prevent the entry of any materials 
into the well; and 

(e) if natural gas is present, the air vent shall be extended to the outside atmosphere in a manner that will safely disperse 
all gases. 

(2) Subsection (1) does not apply to an uncased test hole or an uncased dewatering well. 

21. Subsections 19 (1), (2), (3) and (4) of the Regulation are revoked and the following substituted: 

(1) If the yield of water from a well is tested, 

(a) the water level in the well shall be measured and recorded on the well record for the well, 

(i) immediately before commencement of pumping, 

(ii) at one minute intervals or more frequently during the first five minutes of pumping, 
(iii) at five minute intervals or more frequently during the next 25 minutes of pumping, 
(iv) at 10 minute intervals or more frequently during the next 30 minutes of pumping, 
(v) at one minute intervals or more frequently during the first five minutes after pumping stops, 
(vi) at five minute intervals or more frequently during the next 25 minutes after pumping stops, and 
(vii) at 10 minute intervals or more frequently during the next 30 minutes after pumping stops; 

(b) the water level in the well shall be measured by means of a plastic or metal tape that is clean or an air line or elecfrical 
device that is clean; 

(c) water shall be pumped from the well at a steady rate, continuously for at least one hour; and 

(d) the rate of pumping during the test shall be recorded on the well record. 

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(2) If water cannot be pumped from the well continuously for one hour in accordance with clause (I) (c), no further 
measurements are required under clause (1) (a) and there shall be recorded on the well record, 

(a) the reason pumping was discontinued; 

(b) the rate of pumping and the length of the pumping period; and 

(c) the water level measurements made. 

22. Section 20 of the Regulation is amended by adding the following subsection: 

(1.1) Subsection ( 1 ) does not apply to a test hole or dewatering well. 

23. (1) Subsection 21 (1) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

(1) If a well is abandoned, the person abandoning the well shall ensure that the following steps are taken and, unless 
otherwise specified, they shall be taken in the sequence in which they are set out in this subsection: 

1. If the well already has a well tag, the well tag shall be safeguarded and, when the steps required by paragraph 10 are 
taken, the well tag shall be reused for the purpose of complying with that paragraph. 

2. All equipment and debris in the well shall be removed, but well casing shall not be removed unless it has collapsed. 

3. The volume of water in the well shall be estimated and at least that volume of water shall be pumped from the well. 

4. At least 25 litres of a solution of 50 milligrams of chlorine per litre of water shall be put into the well and the water 
remaining in the well shall be chlorinated to at least that concentration. 

5. The well, including the annular space, shall be plugged by, 

i. in the case of any well, placing a continuous column of an abandonment barrier from the bottom of the well 
upward to approximately one metre below the ground surface so that it prevents any movement of water, natural 
gas, contaminants or other material between subsurface formations or between a subsurface formation and the top 
of the abandonment barrier, or 

ii. in the case of a well that is greater than 65.0 centimetres in diameter, taking the steps described in subsection 
(1.2). 

6. If it was not removed under paragraph 2, the well casing shall be removed to a minimum depth of two metres below 
the ground surface, and the removal shall be done during the taking of the steps required by paragraph 5 but after the 
material placed in the well under that paragraph has reached a level approximately two metres below the ground 
surface. 

7. If an abandonment barrier placed under paragraph 5 contains cement, it shall be allowed to set until firm and, if 
necessary, it shall then be topped up to approximately one metre below the ground surface. 

8. Unless they are used or maintained for fiiture use, the above ground structures associated with the well shall be 
dismantled at any time before the steps required by paragraph 10 are taken. 

9. Below ground concrete structures, foundations and slabs shall be removed, at any time before the steps required by 
paragraph 10 are taken, at least to a depth adequate to accommodate the sealing measures described in paragraph 10. 

1 0. The well shall be sealed at the ground surface by, 

i. placing at least 50 centimetres in vertical thickness of bentonite chips or pellets in the well opening, with the 
existing well tag, if any, pushed two centimetres into the top of the bentonite chips or pellets, and 

ii. covering the entire well opening to the ground surface by at least 30 centimetres in vertical thickness of soil cover 
to prevent inadvertent or unauthorized access. 

1 1 . The disturbed area shall, to the extent practical, be revegetated. 

(1.1) The following rules apply for the purpose of paragraph 5 of subsection ( 1 ): 

1 . The abandonment barrier for a well that is less than or equal to 6.5 centimetres in diameter must be compatible with 
the quality of the water found in the well and must be a slurry consisting of clean water, Portland cement and not more 
than 5 per cent bentonite. 

2. The abandonment barrier for a well that is more than 6.5 centimefres in diameter must be compatible with the quality 
of the water found in the well and must be, 

i. a slurry consisting of clean water and at least 20 per cent bentonite solids, 

ii. a slurry consisting of clean water, Portland cement and not more than 5 per cent bentonite, 

iii. a slurry consisting of clean water and Portland cement, 

iv. a slurry consisting of clean water, Portland cement and clean, disinfected sand, 

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vi. a slurry (sometimes called concrete slurry) consisting of clean water, Portland cement, clean, disinfected sand, 
and clean, disinfected gravel, or 

vii. other material approved in writing by the Director, if the Director is of the opinion that the performance of the 
other material is equivalent to the performance of a slurry referred to in subparagraphs i to vi. 

3. If the well is in contact with contaminants, the abandonment barrier must be stable in the presence of the contaminants. 

4. Subject to paragraph 5, an abandonment barrier that is wet shall be placed using a trémie pipe, with the bottom of the 
trémie pipe immersed in the rising accumulation of the abandonment barrier until the required level has been reached. 

5. In the case of a well that is less than or equal to 6.5 centimetres in diameter, the abandonment barrier may be placed 
without the use of a trémie pipe, by pouring it down the casing before the casing is removed. 

(1.2) The steps referred to in subparagraph 5 ii of subsection (1) with respect to a well that is greater than 65.0 centimetres 
in diameter, which shall be taken in the sequence in which they are set out in this subsection, are the following: 

1. Clean, disinfected sand or pea gravel shall be placed from the bottom of the well to the top of the deepest formation 
supplying water to the well or to the top of the water intake zone of the well, whichever is deeper. 

2. At least 0. 1 metre of bentonite chips or pellets shall be placed over the sand or pea gravel. 

3. If the water level can be drawn down to the top of the bentonite chips or pellets, 

i. the water level shall be drawn down to the top ofthe bentonite chips or pellets, 

ii. at least 0.3 metres of a bentonite slurry that consists of clean water and at least 20 per cent bentonite solids and 
that is compatible with the quality of the water found in the well shall be placed over the bentonite chips or 
pellets, and 

iii. clean gravel, sand, silt or clay shall be dropped over the bentonite slurry to fill the remainder ofthe well, while 
maintaining at least 0.3 metres ofthe bentonite slurry above the rising accumulation of gravel, sand, silt or clay. 

4. If the water level cannot be drawn down to the top ofthe bentonite chips or pellets, the remainder ofthe well shall be 
filled with an abandonment barrier, which may be interspersed with clean, disinfected sand or pea gravel placed in 
each water intake zone ofthe well. 

(1.3) If the well is a flowing well, commercially manufactured drilling mud that does not impair the quality ofthe water 
with which it comes in contact may be used, in taking the steps required by subsection (1), to assist with drilling or placement 
of an abandonment barrier, but the drilling mud may not be used as an abandonment barrier. 

(1.4) On completion ofthe abandonment of a well, the person abandoning the well shall, 

(a) complete the well record for the well, including the record of Global Positioning System coordinates for the well 
location; 

(b) deliver a copy ofthe well record to the well owner, 

(i) within 14 days after the date on which the well construction equipment is removed from the site, or 

(ii) within 60 days after the date on which the well construction equipment is removed from the site, if the well is 
part of a well cluster for which one well record was prepared in accordance with section 11.1; and 

(c) forward a copy ofthe well record to the Director, 

(i) within 30 days after the date on which the well construction equipment is removed from the site, or 

(ii) within 75 days after the date on which the well construction equipment is removed from the site, if the well is 
part of a well cluster for which one well record was prepared in accordance with section 11.1. 

(1.5) A person constructing a well that is discontinued before completion shall forthwith abandon the well. 
(2) Subsections 21 (4) and (5) ofthe Regulation are revoked and the following substituted: 

(4) A well owner shall forthwith abandon a well that, 

(a) produces salty, sulphurous or mineralized water; 

(b) produces water that is not potable; 

(c) contains natural gas or other gas; 

(d) permits any movement of natural gas, contaminants or other materials between subsurface formations or between a 
subsurface formation and the ground surface; or 

(e) is constructed in contravention of any provision of this Regulation dealing with the location or spacing of wells, the 
methods and materials used in the construction of wells or the standards of well construction. 

335 



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O. Reg. 129/03 



(5) Subsection (4) does not apply if the well owner has the written consent of the Director. 

(5. 1) Subsection (2) and clauses (4) (a), (b) and (c) do not apply to a test hole or dewatering well. 

(5.2) Clauses (4) (a) and (b) do not apply to a well that, 

(a) is used or intended for use as a source of water for agriculture; and 

(b) is not used as a source of water for human consumption. 

24. The Regulation is amended by adding the following section: 

Protection of Well Tag 
22. (1) No person shall use a well tag obtained from the Ministry, except in accordance with this Regulation. 

(2) No person shall remove a well tag affixed in accordance with this Regulation, except, 

(a) in accordance with subsection 1 1 (3.2) or (3.3) or paragraph 1 of subsection 21 (1); or 

(b) with the written consent of the Director. 

(3) No person shall deface, alter, conceal or obstruct a well tag affixed in accordance with this Regulation. 

25. Forms 1 to 9 of the Regulation are revoked. 

26. (I) Subject to subsection (2), this Regulation comes into force on the first day of the fourth month after the 
month in which this Regulation is filed. 



(2) Subsection 7 (1) comes into force on January 1, 2004. 

17/03 



y^>^:\ 



ONTARIO REGULATION 129/03 

made under the 

FISH AND WILDLIFE CONSERVATION ACT, 1997 

Made: April 9, 2003 
Filed: April 10, 2003 



Amending O. Reg. 670/98 
(Open Seasons — Wildlife) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 670/98 has previously been amended. Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations 
published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

1. items 5, 18 and 69 of Table 5 to Ontario Regulation 670/98 are revoked and the following substituted: 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Column 4 


Area (Nos. refer 
to WMUs unless 
otherwise stated) 


Open Season — Residents 


Open Season — Non-Residents 


Class of Firearm 


5. 


3, 13, 14, 15A, 
15B, 21A 


From the Saturday closest to 
September 1 7 to the third following 
Friday, in any year. 


Closed season 


1 




18. 


63B, 68A, 68B, 
71 


From October I to the Sunday 

immediately prior to the first Monday 

in November, in any year 

AND: 

From the Sunday immediately prior to 

the third Monday in November to 

December 3 1 in any year. 


From October I to the Sunday 

immediately prior to the first Monday in 

November, in any year 

AND: 

From the Sunday immediately prior to 

the third Monday in November to 

December 3 1 in any year. 


I 





336 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Column 4 


Area (Nos. refer 
to WMUs unless 
otherwise stated) 


Open Season — Residents 


Open Season — Non-Residents 


Class of Firearm 


69. 


3, IIB, 12A, 
12B, 13, 14 
15A, 15B,21A 


From the Saturday closest to October 8 
to December 1 5, in any year. 


Closed season 


7 



Dated on April 9, 2003. 
17/03 



Jerry J. Ouellette 
Minister of Natural Resources 



ONTARIO REGULATION 130/03 

made under the 

FISH AND WILDLIFE CONSERVATION ACT, 1997 

Made: April 9, 2003 
Filed: April 10,2003 

Amending O. Reg. 663/98 
(Area Descriptions) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 663/98 has previously been amended. Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations 
published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

1. (I) Item 16 of the Table to Schedule 2 of Part 1 of Ontario Regulation 663/98 is revoked and the following 
substituted: 



Item 


Column I 


Column 2 


Column 3 


16 


229 


AT- 17 


R.R. 



(2) Item 18 of the Table to Schedule 2 of Part 1 of the Regulation is revoked. 

(3) Items 19, 40 and 41 of the Table to Schedule 2 of Part 1 of Regulation are revoked and the following substituted: 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


19 


229 


AT-20 


R.R. 




40 


220 


AT-46 


Ken 


41 


220 


AT-47 


Ken 



(4) The Table to Schedule 2 of the Regulation is amended by adding the following item: 



fc 



Item 


Column I 


Column 2 


Column 3 


46 


232 


AT-53 


Ken 



2. The Table to Schedule 4 of Part 1 of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


1 


223 


BL-2 


Al 


2 


223 


BL-3 


Al 


3 


223 


BL-4 


Al 


4 


223 


BL-6 


Al 


5 


223 


BL-7 


Al 


6 


223 


BL-8 


Al 


7 


223 


BL-9 


Al 


8 


223 


BL-10 


Al 


9 


223 


BL-Jl 


Al 


10 


223 


BL-12 


Al 


11 


223 


BL-13 


Al 


12 


223 


BL-14 


Al 



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O. Reg. 130/03 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


13 


223 


BL-16 


A! 


14 


223 


BL-17 


A! 


15 


223 


BL-19 


Al 


16 


223 


BL-20 


Al 


17 


223 


BL-21 


Al 


18 


223 


BL-22 


Al 


19 


223 


BL-23 


Al 


20 


223 


BL-24 


Al 


21 


223 


BL-26 


Al 


22 


223 


BL-27 


Al 


23 


223 


BL-29 


Al 


24 


223 


BL-30 


Al 


25 


223 


BL-33 


Al 


26 


223 


BL-34 


Al 


27 


223 


BL-35 


Al 


28 


223 


BL-36 


Al 


29 


223 


BL-37 


Al 


30 


223 


BL-38 


Al 


31 


223 


BL-39 


Al 


32 


223 


BL-40 


Al 


33 


223 


BL-41 


Al 


34 


223 


BL-44 


Al 


35 


223 


BL-45 


Al 


36 


223 


BL-46 


Al 


37 


223 


BL-48 


Al 


38 


223 


BL-50 


Al 


39 


223 


BL-51 


Al 


40 


223 


BL-52 


Al 


41 


223 


BL-53 


Al 


42 


223 


BL-54 


Al 


43 


223 


BL-55 


Al 


44 


223 


BL-56 


Al 


45 


223 


BL-57 


Al 


46 


223 


BL-58 


Al 


47 


223 


BL-59 


Al 


48 


223 


BL-60 


Al 


49 


223 


BL-64 


Al 


50 


223 


BL-65 


Al 


51 


223 


BL-66 


Al 


52 


223 


BL-68 


Al 


53 


223 


BL-69 


Al 


54 


223 


BL-70 


A! 


55 


223 


BL-71 


Al 


56 


223 


BL-72 


Al 


57 


223 


BL-73 


Al 


58 


223 


BL-74 


Al 


59 


223 


BL-75 


Al 


60 


223 


BL-76 


Al 


61 


223 


BL-77 


Al 


62 


223 


BL-78 


Al 


63 


223 


BL-79 


Al 


64 


223 


BL-80 


Al 


65 


223 


BL-81 


Al 


66 


223 


BL-82 


Al 


67 


223 


BL-84 


A! 


68 


223 


BL-85 


Al 


69 


223 


BL-86 


Al 


70 


223 


BL-87 


Al 


71 


223 


BL-88 


Al 


72 


223 


BL-89 


Al 



3. Items 28 and 29 of the Table to Schedule 5 of Part 1 of the Regulation are revoked and the following substituted: 



338 



I ( 



Item 


Column! 


Column 2 


Columns 


28 


221 


BR-32 


P.S. & Nip 



4. (1) Items 66 and 80 of the Table to Schedule 6 of Part 1 of the Regulation are revoked and the following 
substituted: 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


66 


230 


CP-67 


Sud 




80 


230 


CP-81 


Sud 1 



(2) Item 88 of the Table to Schedule 6 of Part 1 of the Regulation is revoked. 

5. Items 40, 44, 46 and 62 of the Table to Schedule 7 of Part 1 of the Regulation are revoked and the following 
substituted: 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


40 


222 


CC-72 


Co 


1 


44 




222 


CC-76 


Co 


1 


46 




222 


CC-78 


Co 1 




62 




222 


CC-95 


Co 1 



6. (1) Item 15 of the Table to Schedule 8 of Part 1 of the Regulation is revoked. 

(2) Item 33 of the Table to Schedule 8 of Part 1 of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


33 


224 


DR-33 


Ken 



7. (1) Items 20, 21 and 31 of the Table to Schedule 10 of Part 1 of the Regulation are revoked and the following 
substituted: 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


20 


225 


FF-21 


Ken 


21 


225 


FF-22 


Ken 




31 |225 lFF-32 |R.R. 



(2) Item 51 of the Table to Schedule 10 of Part 1 of the Regulation is revoked. 

(3) The Table to Schedule 10 of Part 1 of the Regulation is amended by adding the following item: 



Item 


Column I 


Column 2 


Columns 


61 


225 


FF-62 


Ken 



8. (1) Item 35 of the Table to Schedule 18 of Part 1 of the Regulation is revoked. 

(2) Items 40 and 45 of the Table to Schedule 18 of Part 1 of the Regulation are revoked and the following 
substituted: 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


40 


226 


KL-49 


Tim 




45 


226 


KL-55 


Tim 1 



(3) Item 52 of the Table to Schedule 18 of Part 1 of the Regulation is revoked. 

(4) Items 74 and 75 of the Table to Schedule 18 of Part 1 of the Regulation are revoked and the following 
substituted: 



Item 


Column I 


Column 2 


Columns 


74 


233 


KL-85 


Tim 



9. (1) Item 32 of the Table to Schedule 19 of Part 1 of the Regulation is revoked. 

(2) Item 35 of the Table to Schedule 19 of Part 1 of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


35 


231 


MD-42 


Pet 



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O. Reg. 130/03 



10. The Table to Schedule 23 of Part 1 of the Regulation is amended by adding the following items: 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


83 


227 


PS- 184 


P.S. 


84 


227 


PS- 187 


P.S. 


85 


227 


PS- 190 


P.S. 


86 


227 


PS- 192 


P.S. 


87 


227 


PS- 193 


P.S. 



11. The Table to Schedule 26 of Part 1 of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


1 


223 


SS-1 


A! 


2 


223 


SS-2 


AI 


3 


223 


SS-3 


A! 


4 


223 


SS-4 


AI 


5 


223 


SS-7 


AI 


6 


223 


SS-8 


Al 


7 


223 


SS-10 


Al 


8 


223 


SS-11 


Al 


9 


223 


SS-1 2 


Al 


10 


223 


SS-1 3 


Al 


11 


223 


SS-1 4 


Al 


12 


223 


SS-1 5 


Al 


13 


223 


SS-1 7 


Al 


14 


223 


SS-1 8 


Al 


15 


223 


SS-20 


Al 


16 


223 


SS-21 


Al 


17 


223 


SS-22 


Al 


18 


223 


SS-25 


Al 


19 


223 


SS-26 


Al 


20 


223 


SS-27 


Al 


21 


223 


SS-28 


Al 


22 


223 


SS-29 


Al 


23 


223 


SS-31 


Al 


24 


223 


SS-32 


Al 


25 


223 


SS-33 


Al 


26 


223 


SS-34 


Al 


27 


223 


SS-35 


Al 


28 


223 


SS-36 


Al 


29 


223 


SS-37 


Al 


30 


223 


SS-38 


Al 


31 


223 


SS-40 


Al 


32 


223 


SS-41 


Al 


33 


223 


SS-42 


Al 


34 


223 


SS-43 


Al 


35 


223 


SS-44 


Al 


36 


223 


SS-46 


Al 


37 


223 


SS-47 


Al 


38 


223 


SS-48 


Al 


39 


223 


SS-49 


Al 


40 


223 


SS-50 


Al 


41 


223 


SS-51 


Al 


42 


223 


SS-52 


Al 


43 


223 


SS-53 


Al 


44 


223 


SS-54 


Al 


45 


223 


SS-56 


Al 


46 


223 


SS-57 


Al 


47 


223 


SS-58 


Al 


48 


223 


SS-59 


Al 


49 


223 


SS-1 17 


Al 


50 


223 


SS-1 18 


Al 


51 


223 


SS-1 19 


Al 


52 


223 


SS-1 20 


Al & Sud 



M,., , , .•>,- 






340 



iz. Items IZl and 122 of the Table to Schedule 31 of Part 1 of the Regulation are revoked and the following 
substituted: 



JERRY J. OUELLETTE 
Minister of Natural Resources 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


121 


228 


TB-153 


T.B. 


122 


228 


TB-154 


T.B. 



Dated on April 9, 2003. 



17/03 



ONTARIO REGULATION 131/03 

made under the 

ARTHUR WISHART ACT (FRANCHISE DISCLOSURE), 2000 

Made: April 10,2003 
Filed: Aprill 1,2003 

AmendingO. Reg. 9/01 
(Exemption of Franchisors under Subsection 13 (1) of the Act) 

Note: Since the end of 2002, Ontario Regulation 9/01 has been amended by Ontario Regulation 39/03. Previous 
amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

1. Section 1 of Ontario Regulation 9/01 is amended by striking out the following item: 

Mr. Submarine Limited 

Timothy Patrick Hudak 
Minister of Consumer and Business Services 

Dated on April 10, 2003. 
17/03 



ONTARIO REGULATION 132/03 

made under the 

EDUCATION ACT 

Made: April 2, 2003 
Filed: Aprill 1,2003 

Amending O. Reg. 156/02 

(Student Focused Funding — Legislative Grants for the 2002-2003 

School Board Fiscal Year) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 156/02 has previously been amended. Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations 
published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

1. Subsection 30 (1) of Ontario Regulation 156/02 is amended by adding the following paragraph: 

4. $138,900. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO O. Reg. 1 33/03 

RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 132/03 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR L'ÉDUCATION 

pris le 2 avril 2003 
déposé le 1 1 avril 2003 

modifiant le Règl. de l'Ont. 156/02 

(Financement axé sur les besoins des élèves — 

subventions générales pour l'exercice 2002-2003 des conseils scolaires) 

Remarque : Le Règlement de l'Ontario 156/02 a été modifié antérieurement. Ces modifications sont indiquées dans la Table 
des règlements publiée dans la Gazette de l 'Ontario du 1 8 janvier 2003. 

1. Le paragraphe 30 (1) du Règlement de l'Ontario 156/02 est modifié par adjonction de la disposition suivante : 

4. 138 900$. 
17/03 



ONTARIO REGULATION 133/03 

made under the 
EDUCATION ACT 

Made: April 2, 2003 
Filed: April 11,2003 

Amending O. Reg. 156/02 

(Student Focused Funding — Legislative Grants for the 2002-2003 

School Board Fiscal Year) 

Note: Since the end of 2002, Ontario Regulation 156/02 has been amended by Ontario Regulation 132/03. Previous 
amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

1. Table 1 of Ontario Regulation 156/02 is revoked and the following substituted: 

TABLE/TABLEAU 1 

INTENSIVE SUPPORT AMOUNT GRANT FOR LEVEL 2 AND LEVEL 3 PUPILS/ 
ALLOCATION D'AIDE SPÉCIALISÉE DE NIVEAU 2 ET DE NIVEAU 3 



Item/ 
Point 


Column/Colonne I 


Column/ 
Colonne 2 


Name of Board/Nom du conseil 


Amount/ 
Somme 

$ 


1. 


District School Board Ontario North East 


5,556,000 


2. 


Algoma District School Board 


7,206,000 


3. 


Rainbow District School Board 


5,118,000 


4. 


Near North District School Board 


6,816,000 


5. 


Keewatin-Patricia District School Board 


4,926,000 


6. 


Rainy River District School Board 


1,365,000 


7. 


Lakehead District School Board 


5,819,288 


8. 


Superior-Greenstone District School Board 


1,101,000 


9. 


Bluewater District School Board 


7,941,000 


10. 


Avon Maitland District School Board 


7,314,000 


II. 


Greater Essex County District School Board 


12,705,000 


12. 


Lambton Kent District School Board 


8,487,000 



342 



Item/ 
Point 


Column/Colonne 1 


Column/ 
Colonne 2 


Name of Board/Nom du conseil 


Amount/ 
Somme 

$ 


13. 


Thames Valley District School Board 


33,792,000 


14. 


Toronto District School Board 


126,582,000 


15. 


Durham District School Board 


24.747,000 


16. 


Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board 


14,076,000 


17. 


Trillium Lakelands District School Board 


11.124,000 


18. 


York Region District School Board 


25,680,000 


19. 


Simcoe County District School Board 


22,665.000 


20. 


Upper Grand District School Board 


8,883,000 


21. 


Peel District School Board 


30,090,000 


22. 


Halton District School Board 


16,881,000 


23. 


Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board 


17,847,000 


24. 


District School Board of Niagara 


12,534,900 


25. 


Grand Erie District School Board 


11,718,000 


26. 


Waterloo Region District School Board 


16,509,000 


27. 


Ottawa-Carleton District School Board 


29,724,000 


28. 


Upper Canada District School Board 


19,644,000 


29. 


Limestone District School Board 


11,880,000 


30. 


Renfrew County District School Board 


3,168,000 


31. 


Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board 


9,156,000 


32. 


Northeastern Catholic District School Board 


2,604,000 


33. 


Nipissing-Parry Sound Catholic District School Board 


2,520,000 


34. 


Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board 


1,761,000 


35. 


Sudbury Catholic District School Board 


1,746,000 


36. 


Northwest Catholic District School Board 


501,000 


37. 


Kenora Catholic District School Board 


777,000 


38. 


Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board 


3,069,000 


39. 


Superior North Catholic District School Board 


549,000 


40. 


Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board 


1,644,000 


41. 


Huron Perth Catholic District School Board 


1,725,000 


42. 


Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board 


10,263,000 


43. 


English-language Separate District School Board No. 38 


5,925,000 


44. 


St. Clair Catholic District School Board 


4,530,000 


45. 


Toronto Catholic District School Board 


39,318,000 


46. 


Peterborough Victoria Northumberland and Clarington Catholic District School Board 


7,944,000 


47. 


York Catholic District School Board 


15,786,000 


48. 


Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board 


23,964,000 


49. 


Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board 


7,443,000 


50. 


Durham Catholic District School Board 


7,812,000 


51. 


Halton Catholic District School Board 


8,343,000 


52. 


Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic District School Board 


11,466,000 


53. 


Wellington Catholic District School Board 


1,683,000 


54. 


Waterloo Catholic District School Board 


9,066,000 


55. 


Niagara Catholic District School Board 


8,625.000 


56. 


Brant Haldimand Norfolk Catholic District School Board 


3,027,000 


57. 


Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario 


5,982,000 


58. 


Ottawa-Carleton Catholic District School Board 


10,956,000 


59. 


Renfrew County Catholic District School Board 


2,801,767 


60. 


Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board 


4,263,000 


61. 


Conseil scolaire de district du Nord-Est de l'Ontario 


1,101,000 


62. 


Conseil scolaire de district du Grand Nord de l'Ontario 


2,655,000 


63. 


Conseil scolaire de district du Centre Sud-Ouest 


1,545,000 


64. 


Conseil de district des écoles publiques de langue française n° 59 


3,315,000 



343 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



O. Reg. 133/03 



Item/ 
Point 


COLUMN/COLONNE 1 


COLUMN/ 

Colonne 2 


Name of Board/Nom du conseil 


Amount/ 
Somme 

$ 


65. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Grandes Rivières 


3,027,000 


66. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique Franco-Nord 


2,634,000 


67. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Nouvel-Ontario 


3.135,000 


68. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Aurores boréales 


705,000 


69. 


Conseil scolaire de district des écoles catholiques du Sud-Ouest 


2,037,000 


70. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique Centre-Sud 


3,513,000 


71. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique de l'Est ontarien 


7,062,000 


72. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Centre-Est de l'Ontario 


8.142,000 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 133/03 

pris en application de la - 

LOI SUR L'ÉDUCATION 

pris le 2 avril 2003 
déposé le 1 1 avril 2003 

modifiant le Régi, de l'Ont. 1 56/02 

(Financement axé sur les besoins des élèves — 

subventions générales pour l'exercice 2002-2003 des conseils scolaires) 

Remarque : Depuis la fin de 2002, le Règlement de l'Ontario 156/02 a été modifié par le Règlement de l'Ontario 132/03. Les 
modifications antérieures sont indiquées dans la Table des règlements publiée dans la Gazette de l'Ontario du 18 
janvier 2003. 

1. Le tableau 1 du Règlement de l'Ontario 156/02 est abrogé et remplacé par ce qui suit : 

TABLE/TABLEAU I 

INTENSIVE SUPPORT AMOUNT GRANT FOR LEVEL 2 AND LEVEL 3 PUPILS/ 
ALLOCATION D'AIDE SPÉCIALISÉE DE NIVEAU 2 ET DE NIVEAU 3 



Item/ 
Point 


COLUMN/COLONNE 1 


Column/ 
Colonne 2 


Name of Board/Nom du conseil 


Amount/ 
Somme 

$ 


1. 


District School Board Ontario North East 


5.556,000 


2. 


Algoma District School Board 


7,206,000 


3. 


Rainbow District School Board 


5,118,000 


4. 


Near North District School Board 


6,816,000 


5. 


Keewatin-Patricia District School Board 


4,926,000 


6. 


Rainy River District School Board 


1,365,000 


7. 


Lakehead District School Board 


5,819,288 


8. 


Superior-Greenstone District School Board 


1,101,000 


9. 


Bluewater District School Board 


7,941,000 


10. 


Avon Maitland District School Board 


7,314,000 


II. 


Greater Essex County District School Board 


12,705,000 


12. 


Lambton Kent District School Board 


8,487,000 


13. 


Thames Valley District School Board 


33,792,000 


14. 


Toronto District School Board 


126,582,000 


15. 


Durham District School Board 


24,747,000 


16. 


Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board 


14,076,000 


17. 


Trillium Lakelands District School Board 


11,124,000 



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Item/ 
Point 


COLUMN/COLONNE 1 


Column/ 
Colonne 2 


Name of Board/Nom du conseil 


Amount/ 
Somme 

$ 


18. 


York Region District School Board 


25,680,000 


19. 


Simcoe County District School Board 


22.665,000 


20. 


Upper Grand District School Board 


8.883,000 


21. 


Peel District School Board 


30,090.000 


22. 


Halton District School Board 


16,881,000 


23. 


Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board 


17.847,000 


24. 


District School Board of Niagara 


12.534,900 


25. 


Grand Erie District School Board 


11,718,000 


26. 


Waterloo Region District School Board 


16.509,000 


27. 


Ottawa-Carleton District School Board 


29.724.000 


28. 


Upper Canada District School Board 


19.644,000 


29. 


Limestone District School Board 


11,880,000 


30. 


Renfrew County District School Board 


3.168,000 


31. 


Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board 


9.156,000 


32. 


Northeastern Catholic District School Board 


2.604.000 


33. 


Nipissing-Parry Sound Catholic District School Board 


2.520,000 


34. 


Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board 


1,761,000 


35. 


Sudbury Catholic District School Board 


1,746,000 


36. 


Northwest Catholic District School Board 


501,000 


37. 


Kenora Catholic District School Board 


777,000 


38. 


Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board 


3,069,000 


39. 


Superior North Catholic District School Board 


549.000 


40. 


Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board 


1.644.000 


41. 


Huron Perth Catholic District School Board 


1,725.000 


42. 


Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board 


10,263,000 


43. 


English-language Separate District School Board No. 38 


5,925,000 


44. 


St. Clair Catholic District School Board 


4,530,000 


45. 


Toronto Catholic District School Board 


39,318,000 


46. 


Peterborough Victoria Northumberland and Clarington Catholic District School Board 


7,944,000 


47. 


York Catholic District School Board 


15,786,000 


48. 


Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board 


23,964,000 


49. 


Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board 


7,443,000 


50. 


Durham Catholic District School Board 


7,812,000 


51. 


Halton Catholic District School Board 


8,343,000 


52. 


Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic District School Board 


11,466,000 


53. 


Wellington Catholic District School Board 


1,683,000 


54. 


Waterloo Catholic District School Board 


9,066,000 


55. 


Niagara Catholic District School Board 


8,625,000 


56. 


Brant Haldimand Norfolk Catholic District School Board 


3,027,000 


57. 


Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario 


5,982,000 


58. 


Ottawa-Carieton Catholic District School Board 


10,956,000 


59. 


Renfrew County Catholic District School Board 


2,801,767 


60. 


Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board 


4,263,000 


61. 


Conseil scolaire de district du Nord-Est de l'Ontario 


1,101,000 


62. 


Conseil scolaire de district du Grand Nord de l'Ontario 


2,655,000 


63. 


Conseil scolaire de district du Centre Sud-Ouest 


1,545,000 


64. 


Conseil de district des écoles publiques de langue française n° 59 


3,315,000 


65. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Grandes Rivières 


3,027,000 


66. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique Franco-Nord 


2,634,000 


67. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Nouvel-Ontario 


3,135,000 


68. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Aurores boréales 


705,000 


69. 


Conseil scolaire de district des écoles catholiques du Sud-Ouest 


2,037,000 



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O.Reg. 134/03 



Item/ 
Point 


COLUMN/COLONNE 1 


Column/ 
Colonne 2 


Name of Board/Nom du conseil 


Amount/ 
Somme 

$ 


70. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique Centre-Sud 


3,513,000 


71. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique de l'Est ontarien 


7,062,000 


72. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Centre-Est de l'Ontario 


8,142,000 



17/03 



ONTARIO REGULATION 134/03 

made under the 
EDUCATION ACT -i 

Made: April 9, 2003 
Filed: April 11,2003 

Amending O. Reg. 156/02 

(Student Focused Funding — Legislative Grants for the 

2002-2003 School Board Fiscal Year) 

Note: Since the end of 2002, Ontario Regulation 156/02 has been amended bv Ontario Regulations 132/03 and 133/03. 
Previous amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

1. Paragraph 2 of subsection 2 (5) of Ontario Regulation 156/02 is revoked and the following substituted: 

2. A pupil who is liable to pay fees as specified in subsection 49 (6) of the Education Act. 

2. (1) Subparagraph 1 ii of subsection 12 (1) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

ii. 62 per cent of the total of the amounts distributed to the board in respect of the 2003 calendar year under 
subsections 237 (12) and 238 (2), section 239, subsection 240 (5), sections 250 and 251 and subsections 257.8 (2) 
and 257.9 (1) of the Education Act, under sections 447.20 and 447.52 of the Municipal Act, as made applicable 
by section 474 of the Municipal Act, 2001, under subsections 353 (4), 364 (22) and 365.2 (16) of the Municipal 
Act, 2001, under section 10 of Ontario Regulation 509/98 and under subsection 13 (2) of Ontario Regulation 
3/02, 

(2) Paragraph 1 of subsection 12 (1) of the Regulation is amended by adding the following subparagraph: 

iii.l 62 per cent of the total of the amounts, if any, referred to in subsection 364 (22) of the Municipal Act, 2001, as 
made applicable by section 257.12.3 of the Education Act, that are paid to the board in respect of the 2003 
calendar year, 

(3) Subparagraph 1 v of subsection 12 (1) of the Regulation is amended by striking out "subsection 366 (4) of the 
Municipal Act, 2001" and substituting "subsection 366 (3) of the Municipal Act, 2001". 

(4) Paragraph 1 of subsection 12 (1) of the Regulation is amended by adding the following subparagraphs: 

v.l 62 per cent of the amounts, if any, paid to the board in respect of the 2003 calendar year by a municipality under 
subsection 353 (4) of the Municipal Act, 2001, 

V.2 62 per cent of the amounts, if any, applied by the board against the cancellation price of land sold for tax arrears 
in the 2003 calendar year, under section 380 of the Municipal Act, 2001, as made applicable by subsection 371 
(2) of that Act, 

(5) Paragraph 7 of subsection 12 (1) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

7. Deduct 62 per cent of the total of the amounts, if any, paid by the board in respect of the 2003 calendar year under 
subsections 361 (7), 364 (II), 365 (3), 365.1 (13), (14), (15), (17), (18) and (19) and 365.2 (8) of the Municipal Act. 
2001. 

3. (1) Paragraph 3 of subsection 28 (9) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

3. Divide the number determined under paragraph 2 by the product of $8 1,675 and 1. 12. 

(2) Subparagraph 6 ii of subsection 28 (9) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 



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r 
r 



11. iviuiii^ij' uic iiuiiiuci uciciiiiiiieu uiiuer suoparagrapn i oy tne product ot iS 1 ,6/5 and 1.12. 

(3) Paragraph 3 of subsection 28 (1 1) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

3. Divide the number determined under paragraph 2 by the product of $89,073 and 1.12. 

(4) Subparagraph 6 ii of subsection 28 (11) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

ii. Multiply the number determined under subparagraph i by the product of $89,073 and 1.12. 

4. (1) Section 34 of the Regulation is amended by adding the following paragraph: 

1.1 In the case of the Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board, add $29,000 to the sum determined under 

paragraph 1. 
(2) Paragraph 5 of section 34 of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

5. Multiply the amount determined under paragraph 4 by the sum determined for the board under, 
i. paragraph 1 . 1 in the case of the Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board, or 
ii. paragraph 1 in the case of any other district school board. 

5. (1) Paragraph 18 of subsection 36 (9) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

18. Add the amounts under paragraphs 6, 12, 13, 15 and 17. 

19. Add the amount obtained under paragraph 18 to the amount for school renewal enhancement set out opposite the name 
of the board in Table 7. 1 to obtain the amount for the board for school renewal. 

(2) Paragraph 6 of subsection 36 (10) of the Regulation is amended by adding "and" at the end of subparagraph i, 
by striking out "and" at the end of subparagraph ii and by striking out subparagraph iii. 

(3) Paragraph 9 of subsection 36 (10) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

9. Take the sum of the numbers of new elementary pupil places for capital transitional adjustment set out in Column 4 of 
Table 8 opposite the name of the board. 

(4) Subsection 36 (10) of the Regulation is amended by adding the following paragraphs: 

11.1 Take the number, if any, of the board's new pupil places in respect of elementary schools for which the cost of repair 
is prohibitive. 

1 1 .2 Multiply the number determined under paragraph 1 1 . 1 by the benchmark area requirement of 9.29 metres squared. 

11.3 Multiply the product determined under paragraph 11.2 by the benchmark construction cost of $118.40 per metre 
squared. 

(5) Paragraph 17 of subsection 36 (10) of the Regulation is amended by adding "and" at the end of subparagraph i, 
by striking out "and" at the end of subparagraph ii and by striking out subparagraph iii. 

(6) Paragraph 20 of subsection 36 (10) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

20. Take the sum of the numbers of new secondary school pupil places for capital transitional adjustment set out in 
Column 5 of Table 8 opposite the name of the board. 

(7) Subsection 36 (10) of the Regulation is amended by adding the following paragraphs: 

22.1 Take the number, if any, of the board's new pupil places in respect of secondary schools for which the cost of repair is 
prohibitive. 

22.2 Multiply the number determined under paragraph 22.1 by the benchmark area requirement of 12.07 metres squared. 

22.3 Multiply the product obtained under paragraph 22.2 by the benchmark construction cost of $ 1 29. 1 7 per metre squared. 

(8) Paragraph 23 of subsection 36 (10) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

23. Add the products obtained under paragraphs 5, 8, 11, 1 1.3, 16, 19, 22 and 22.3. 

(9) Subparagraphs 26 i and ii of subsection 36 (10) of the Regulation are revoked and the following substituted: 

i. Subtract $20 million from the amount determined under subsection 36 (10) of Ontario Regulation 154/01, if no 
amount was added under paragraph 24 of subsection 36 (10) of that Regulation in respect of the board. If the 
difference is a negative number, it is deemed to be zero. 

ii. Subtract $20 million from the amount determined under subsection 37 (10) of Ontario Regulation 170/00, if no 
amount was added under paragraph 12 of subsection 37 (10) of that Regulation in respect of the board. If the 
difference is a negative number, it is deemed to be zero. 

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(10) Paragraph 2 of subsection 36 (11) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

2. The 2000-2001 enrolment of the school exceeded by at least 100 the sum of, 

i. the 2000-200 1 reported capacity of the school, and 

ii. the number of the board's new pupil places to meet elementary enrolment pressure for the school calculated 
under subsection 36 (12) of Ontario Regulation 154/01. 

(11) Paragraph 2 of subsection 36 (13) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

2. The 2000-2001 enrolment of the school exceeded by at least 100 the sum of, 

i. the 2000-2001 reported capacity of the school, and 

ii. the number of the board's new pupil places to meet secondary enrolment pressure for the school calculated under 
subsection 36 (14) of Ontario Regulation 154/01. 

(12) Paragraph 2 of subsection 36 (19) of the Regulation is amended by striking out "(35) to (42)" and substituting 

"(35) to (42.2)". 

(13) Section 36 of the Regulation is amended by adding the following subsections: 

(28.1) Subsection (29) applies in relation to an elementary school of the board if the school provides pupil accommodation 
for elementary school pupils during the fiscal year and is located in a municipality or former municipality set out in Column 
2 of Table 8 opposite the name of the board in Column 1 of that Table and opposite a number greater than zero in Column 4 
of that Table. 

(28.2) Subsection (30) applies in relation to a secondary school of the board if the school provides pupil accommodation 
for secondary school pupils during the fiscal year and is located in a municipality or former municipality set out in Column 2 
of Table 8 opposite the name of the board in Column 1 of that Table and opposite a number greater than zero in Column 5 of 
that Table. 



(42.1) The elementary capacity determined for the board under subsection (19) is adjusted by adding the number, if any, 
of new pupil places in respect of its elementary schools in which the cost of repair is prohibitive, as determined under 
subsection (15). 

(42.2) The secondary capacity determined for the board under subsection (19) is adjusted by adding the number, if any, of 
new pupil places in respect of its secondary schools in which the cost of repair is prohibitive, as determined under subsection 
(17). 

6. (1) Subsection 38 (4) of the Regulation is amended by striking out the portion before paragraph 1 and 
substituting the following: 

(4) The amount determined under this subsection in respect of a board is the amount by which the sum of the following 
amounts exceeds the amount determined by multiplying the 2002-2003 day school average daily enrolment of pupils of the 
board and the amount shown in Column 2 of Table 11.1 opposite the name of the board in Column 1 ofTable 11.1: 



(2) Paragraph 11 of subsection 38 (4) of the Regulation is revoked. 

7. (1) Subsection 41 (1) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

Required spending, special education 

(1) Subject to subsection (2), a district school board shall ensure that the amount it spends in the fiscal year on special 
education for pupils of the board is not less than the amount by which the board's special education allocation for the fiscal 
year exceeds the part of the OMERS savings for the board that is attributable to special education expenditures in the fiscal 
year. 

(2) Subparagraph 2 iv of subsection 41 (3) of the Regulation is revoked. 

8. (1) Subparagraph 1 ii of subsection 45 (3) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

ii. 62 per cent of the total of the amounts distributed to the board in respect of the 2003 calendar year under 
subsections 237 (12) and 238 (2), section 239, subsection 240 (5), sections 250 and 251 and subsections 257.8 (2) 
and 257.9 (1) of the Education Act, under sections AA120 and 447.52 of the Municipal Act, as made applicable 
by section 474 of the Municipal Act, 2001, under subsections 353 (4), 364 (22) and 365.2 (16) of the Municipal 
Act, 2001, under section 10 of Ontario Regulation 509/98 and under subsection 13 (2) of Ontario Regulation 
3/02, 
(2) Paragraph 1 of subsection 45 (3) of the Regulation is amended by adding the following subparagraph: 

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111.1 VA pel cciii oi me loiai or me amounts, it any, reterred to in subsection 364 (22) of the Municipal Act, 2001, as 
made applicable by section 257.12.3 of the Education Act, that are paid to the board in respect of the 2003 
calendar year, 

(3) Subparagraph 1 v of subsection 45 (3) of the Regulation is amended by striking out "subsection 366 (4) of the 
Municipal Act, 200r and substituting "subsection 366 (3) of the Municipal Act, 2001". 

(4) Paragraph 1 of subsection 45 (3) of the Regulation is amended by adding the following subparagraphs: 

v.l 62 per cent of the amounts, if any, paid to the board in respect of the 2003 calendar year by a municipality under 
subsection 353 (4) of the Municipal Act, 2001, 

V.2 62 per cent of the amounts, if any, applied by the board against the cancellation price of land sold for tax arrears 
in the 2003 calendar year, under section 380 of the Municipal Act, 2001, as made applicable by subsection 371 
(2) of that Act, 

(5) Paragraph 7 of subsection 45 (3) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

7 Deduct 62 per cent of the total of the amounts, if any, paid by the board in respect of the 2003 calendar year under 
subsections 361 (7), 364 (11), 365 (3), 365.1 (13), (14), (15), (17), (18) and (19) and 365.2 (8) of the Municipal Act, 
2001. 

9. The Regulation is amended by adding the following section: 

Amounts payable to board, attendance at school for Indian children 

51. (1) This section applies in respect of a board that has submitted to the Minister an arrangement for admission of one 
or more persons who are qualified to be resident pupils of the board to an elementary school for Indian children under section 
185 of the Act. 

(2) Subject to subsection (3), the Minister shall pay to the board, for each person to whom the arrangement applies, an 
amount equal to the cost per pupil of elementary instruction for the 2002-2003 fiscal period in the school to which the child is 
admitted under the arrangement. 

(3) The amount paid by the Minister under subsection (2) shall not exceed the fee that the board would charge to 
elementary school pupils under section 3 of the 2002-2003 fees regulation. 

10. The Regulation is amended by adding the following Table: 

TABLE/TABLEAU 7.1 

SCHOOL RENEWAL ENHANCEMENT AMOUNTS/ 
AUGMENTATION AU TITRE DE LA RÉFECTION DES ÉCOLES 



Item/ 
Point 


Name of Board/ 
Nom du conseil 


Amount/Montant 
($) 


1. 


District School Board Ontario North East 


148.384 


2. 


Algoma District School Board 


305.171 


3. 


Rainbow District School Board 


212.413 


4. 


Near North District School Board 


206.463 


5. 


Keewatin-Patricia District School Board 


100.000 


6. 


Rainy River District School Board 


100,000 


7. 


Lakehead District School Board 


212.867 


8. 


Superior-Greenstone District School Board 


100.000 


9. 


Bluewater District School Board 


284.872 


10. 


Avon Maitland District School Board 


306.576 


II. 


Greater Essex County District School Board 


442,659 


12. 


Lambton Kent District School Board 


360.389 


13. 


Thames Valley District School Board 


468.619 


14. 


Toronto District School Board 


2.362,423 


15. 


Durham District School Board 


412.517 


16. 


Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board 


592,716 


17. 


Trillium Lakelands District School Board 


1 14.627 


18. 


York Region District School Board 


902,478 


19. 


Simcoe County District School Board 


438.082 


20. 


Upper Grand District School Board 


593.654 


21. 


Peel District School Board 


967,020 


22. 


Halton District School Board 


566.768 


23. 


Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board 


740.078 


24. 


District School Board of Niagara 


805.575 



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O. Reg. 134/03 



Item/ 
Point 


Name of Board/ 
Nom du conseil 


Amount/Montant 
($) 


25. 


Grand Erie District School Board 


713.828 


26. 


Waterloo Region District School Board 


631.405 


27. 


Ottawa-Carieton District School Board 


1,372,212 


28. 


Upper Canada District School Board 


1,027,728 


29. 


Limestone District School Board 


392,047 


30. 


Renfrew County District School Board 


336,548 


31. 


Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board 


373,595 


32. 


Northeastern Catholic District School Board 


100,000 


33. 


Nipissing-Parry Sound Catholic District School Board 


100.000 


34. 


Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board 


100.000 


35. 


Sudbury Catholic District School Board 


100,000 


36. 


Northwest Catholic District School Board 


100,000 


37. 


Kenora Catholic District School Board 


100,000 


38. 


Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board 


100,000 


39. 


Superior North Catholic District School Board 


100,000 


40. 


Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board 


100,000 


41. 


Huron Perth Catholic District School Board 


100,000 


42. 


Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board 


204,472 


43. 


English-language Separate District School Board No. 38 


313,646 


44. 


St. Clair Catholic District School Board 


100,000 


45. 


Toronto Catholic District School Board 


1,759,968 


46. 


Peterborough Victoria Northumberiand and Clarington Catholic District School Board 


100,000 


47. 


York Catholic District School Board 


161,350 


48. 


Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board 


365,269 


49. 


Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board 


110,912 


50. 


Durham Catholic District School Board 


129,176 


51. 


Halton Catholic District School Board 


100,000 


52. 


Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic District School Board 


269,144 


53. 


Wellington Catholic District School Board 


100,000 


54. 


Waterloo Catholic District School Board 


282,394 


55. 


Niagara Catholic District School Board 


358,648 


56. 


Brant Haldimand Norfolk Catholic District School Board 


100.000 


57. 


Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario 


103,227 


58. 


Ottawa-Carleton Catholic District School Board 


427.714 


59. 


Renfrew County Catholic District School Board 


100,000 


60. 


Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board 


158,439 


61. 


Conseil scolaire de district du Nord-Est de l'Ontario 


100,000 


62. 


Conseil scolaire de district du Grand Nord de l'Ontario 


100.000 


63. 


Conseil scolaire de district du Centre Sud-Ouest 


222,602 


64. 


Conseil de district des écoles publiques de langue française n° 59 


112,356 


65. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Grandes Rivières 


321,152 


66. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique Franco-Nord 


139,101 


67. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Nouvel-Ontario 


149,093 


68. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Aurores boréales 


100,000 


69. 


Conseil scolaire de district des écoles catholiques du Sud-Ouest 


105,093 


70. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique Centre-Sud 


115,324 


71. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique de l'Est ontarien 


344,002 


72. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Centre-Est de l'Ontario 


327,313 



11. Table 8 of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 



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A ) 



TABLE/TABLEAU 8 

CAPITAL TRANSITIONAL ADJUSTMENT/ 
REDRESSEMENT TEMPORAIRE DES IMMOBILISATIONS 



Item/ 

POINT 


Column/ 
Colonne 1 


Column/ 
Colonne 2 


Column/ 
Colonne 3 


Column/ 
Colonne 4 


Column/ 
Colonne 5 


Name of Board/Nom du conseil 


Municipality or 

Former 

municipality/ 

Municipalité ou 

ancienne 

municipalité 


As that municipality 

or former 

municipality existed 

on/ 

Telle que cette 

municipalité ou 

ancienne municipalité 

existait le 


Pupil Places — 
Elementary/ 

Places à 
l'élémentaire 


Pupil Places — 
Secondary/ 
Places au 
secondaire 


1. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique 
Centre-Sud 


Cambridge 


September 1,2002/ 
1" septembre 2002 




600 


2. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique 
Centre-Sud 


York 


September 1,2002/ 
1" septembre 2002 




700 


3. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique 
de l'Est ontarien 


North Glengarry 


September 1,2002/ 
1" septembre 2002 


400 


500 


4. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique 
des Aurores boréales 


Thunder Bay 


September 1,2002/ 
■ "septembre 2002 




540 


5. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique 
du Centre-Est de l'Ontario 


Carleton Place 


September 1,2002/ 
1" septembre 2002 


300 




6. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique 
du Centre-Est de l'Ontario 


City of/cite de 
Trenton 


December 31, 1997/ 
31 décembre 1997 


300 




7. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique 
du Centre-Est de l'Ontario 


Ottawa 


September 1,2002/ 
r septembre 2002 




600 


8. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique 
du Centre-Est de l'Ontario 


Pembroke 


September 1,2002/ 
1" septembre 2002 


500 


500 


9. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique 
du Nouvel-Ontario 


Blind River 


September 1,2002/ 
1" septembre 2002 




500 


10. 


Conseil scolaire de district des écoles 
catholiques du Sud-Ouest 


Owen Sound 


September 1,2002/ 
1" septembre 2002 


300 




11. 


Conseil de district des écoles 
publiques de langue française n° 59 


City of /cité de 
Cumberland 


December 3 1,2000/ 
31 décembre 2000 




700 


12. 


Conseil de district des écoles 
publiques de langue française n° 59 


Town of/ ville de 
Vankleek Hill 


December 31, 1997/ 
31 décembre 1997 




500 


13. 


Conseil de district des écoles 
publiques de langue française n° 59 


City of/ 
cité d'Ottawa 


December 31, 2000/ 
31 décembre 2000 




500 


14. 


Conseil scolaire de district du Centre 
Sud-Ouest 


Brampton 


September 1,2002/ 
1" septembre 2002 


450 




15. 


Conseil scolaire de district du Centre 
Sud-Ouest 


Peel 


September 1, 2002/ 
1'' septembre 2002 




700 


16. 


Conseil scolaire de district du Centre 
Sud-Ouest 


Windsor 


September 1,2002/ 
1" septembre 2002 




300 


17. 


Conseil scolaire de district du Nord- 
Est de l'Ontario 


Timmins 


September 1,2002/ 
1" septembre 2002 




502 



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RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 134/03 

pris en application de la 

LOI SUR L'ÉDUCATION 

pris le 9 avril 2003 
déposé le 1 1 avril 2003 

modifiant le Règl. de l'Ont. 156/02 

(Financement axé sur les besoins des élèves — subventions générales 

pour l'exercice 2002-2003 des conseils scolaires) 

Remarque : Depuis la fin de 2002, le Règlement de l'Ontario 156/02 a été modifié par les Règlements de l'Ontario 132/03 et 
133/03. Les modifications antérieures sont indiquées dans la Table des règlements publiée dans la Gazette de 
l 'Ontario du 1 8 janvier 2003. 

1. La disposition 2 du paragraphe 2 (5) du Règlement de l'Ontario 156/02 est abrogée et remplacée par ce qui suit : 

2. Les élèves qui sont tenus de verser les droits précisés au paragraphe 49 (6) de la Loi sur l'éducation. 

2. (1) La sous-disposition 1 ii du paragraphe 12 (1) du Règlement est abrogée et remplacée par ce qui suit : 

ii. 62 pour cent du total des sommes remises au conseil à l'égard de l'année civile 2003 en application des 
paragraphes 237 (12) et 238 (2), de l'article 239, du paragraphe 240 (5), des articles 250 et 251 et des 
paragraphes 257.8 (2) et 257.9 (I) de la Loi sur l'éducation, des articles 447.20 et 447.52 de la Loi sur les 
municipalités, tels qu'ils s'appliquent par l'effet de l'article 474 de la Loi de 2001 sur les municipalités, des 
paragraphes 353 (4), 364 (22) et 365.2 (16) de la Loi de 2001 sur les municipalités, de l'article 10 du Règlement 
de l'Ontario 509/98 et du paragraphe 13 (2) du Règlement de l'Ontario 3/02, 

(2) La disposition 1 du paragraphe 12 (1) du Règlement est modifiée par adjonction de la sous-disposition 
suivante : 

iii.l 62 pour cent du total des sommes éventuelles visées au paragraphe 364 (22) de la Loi de 2001 sur les 
municipalités, tel qu'il s'applique par l'effet de l'article 257.12.3 de la Loi sur l'éducation, qui sont versées au 
conseil à l'égard de l'année civile 2003, 

(3) La sous-disposition 1 v du paragraphe 12 (1) du Règlement est modifiée par substitution de «paragraphe 366 (3) 
de la Loi de 2001 sur les municipalités» à «paragraphe 366 (4) de la Loi de 2001 sur les municipalités». 

(4) La disposition 1 du paragraphe 12 (1) du Règlement est modifiée par adjonction des sous-dispositions 
suivantes : 

v.l 62 pour cent des sommes éventuelles qu'une municipalité verse au conseil à l'égard de l'année civile 2003 en 
application du paragraphe 353 (4) de la Loi de 2001 sur les municipalités, 

V.2 62 pour cent des sommes éventuelles que le conseil affecte au paiement du coût d'annulation de biens-fonds 
vendus pour arriérés d'impôts pendant l'année civile 2003, en application de l'article 380 de la Loi de 2001 sur 
les municipalités, tel qu'il s'applique par l'effet du paragraphe 371 (2) de cette loi, 

(5) La disposition 7 du paragraphe 12 (1) du Règlement est abrogée et remplacée par ce qui suit : 

7. Déduire 62 pour cent du total des sommes éventuelles que le conseil verse à l'égard de l'année civile 2003 en 
application des paragraphes 361 (7), 364 (1 1), 365 (3), 365.1 (13), (14), (15), (17), (18) et (19) et 365.2 (8) de h Loi de 
2001 sur les municipalités. 

3. (1) La disposition 3 du paragraphe 28 (9) du Règlement est abrogée et remplacée par ce qui suit : 

3. Diviser le produit obtenu en application de la disposition 2 par le produit de 81 675 $ et de 1,12. 

(2) La sous-disposition 6 ii du paragraphe 28 (9) du Règlement est abrogée et remplacée par ce qui suit : 

ii. Multiplier le nombre obtenu en application de la sous-disposition i par le produit de 81 675 $ et de 1,12. 

(3) La disposition 3 du paragraphe 28 (1 1) du Règlement est abrogée et remplacée par ce qui suit : 

3. Diviser le produit obtenu en application de la disposition 2 par le produit de 89 073 $ et de 1,12. 

(4) La sous-disposition 6 ii du paragraphe 28 (11) du Règlement est abrogée et remplacée par ce qui suit : 

ii. Multiplier le nombre obtenu en application de la sous-disposition i par le produit de 89 073 $ et de 1,12. 

4. (1) L'article 34 du Règlement est modifié par adjonction de la disposition suivante : 

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1.1 Dans le cas du conseil appelé Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board, ajouter 29 000 $ à la somme 

calculée en application de la disposition 1. 
(2) La disposition 5 de l'article 34 du Règlement est abrogée et remplacée par ce qui suit : 

5. Multiplier le nombre calculé en application de la disposition 4 par la somme calculée pour le conseil en application : 
i. soit de la disposition 1.1, dans le cas du conseil appelé Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board, 
ii. soit de la disposition 1, dans le cas de tout autre conseil scolaire de district. 
5. (1) La disposition 18 du paragraphe 36 (9) du Règlement est abrogée et remplacée par ce qui suit : 

18. Additionner les sommes obtenues en application des dispositions 6, 12, 13, 15 et 17. 

19. Ajouter la somme obtenue en application de la disposition 18 à l'augmentation au titre de la réfection des écoles 
indiquée en regard du nom du conseil dans le tableau 7.1 pour obtenir la somme liée à la réfection des écoles pour le 
conseil. 

(2) La disposition 6 du paragraphe 36 (10) du Règlement est modifiée par suppression de la sous-disposition iii. 

(3) La disposition 9 du paragraphe 36 (10) du Règlement est abrogée et remplacée par ce qui suit : 

9. Prendre la somme des nombres de nouvelles places requises à l'élémentaire aux fins du redressement temporaire des 
immobilisations indiqués à la colonne 4 du tableau 8 en regard du nom du conseil. 

(4) Le paragraphe 36 (10) du Règlement est modifié par adjonction des dispositions suivantes : 

11.1 Prendre le nombre éventuel de nouvelles places dont le conseil a besoin à l'égard des écoles élémentaires dont le coût 
des réparations est prohibitif 

1 1.2 Multiplier le nombre obtenu en application de la disposition 11.1 par la superficie repère requise de 9,29 mètres carrés. 

1 1 .3 Multiplier le produit obtenu en application de la disposition 1 1 .2 par le coût repère de construction de nouvelles écoles 
de 1 1 8,40 $ le mètre carré. 

(5) La disposition 17 du paragraphe 36 (10) du Règlement est modifiée par suppression de la sous-disposition iii. 

(6) La disposition 20 du paragraphe 36 (10) du Règlement est abrogée et remplacée par ce qui suit : 

20. Prendre la somme des nombres de nouvelles places requises au secondaire aux fins du redressement temporaire des 
immobilisations indiqués à la colonne 5 du tableau 8 en regard du nom du conseil. 

(7) Le paragraphe 36 (10) du Règlement est modifié par adjonction des dispositions suivantes : 

22.1 Prendre le nombre éventuel de nouvelles places dont le conseil a besoin à l'égard des écoles secondaires dont le coût 
des réparations est prohibitif 

22.2 Multiplier le nombre obtenu en application de la disposition 22.1 par la superficie repère requise de 12,07 mètres 
carrés. 

22.3 Multiplier le produit obtenu en application de la disposition 22.2 par le coût repère de construction de nouvelles écoles 
de 1 29, 1 7 $ le mètre carré. 

(8) La disposition 23 du paragraphe 36 (10) du Règlement est abrogée et remplacée par ce qui suit : 

23. Additionner les produits obtenus en application des dispositions 5, 8, 1 1, 1 1.3, 16, 19, 22 et 22.3. 

(9) Les sous-dispositions 26 i et ii du paragraphe 36 (10) du Règlement sont abrogées et remplacées par ce qui suit : 

i. Soustraire 20 millions de dollars de la somme calculée en application du paragraphe 36 (10) du Règlement de 
l'Ontario 154/01 si aucune somme n'a été ajoutée en application de la disposition 24 de ce paragraphe à l'égard 
du conseil. Une différence négative est réputée nulle. 

ii. Soustraire 20 millions de dollars de la somme calculée en application du paragraphe 37 (10) du Règlement de 
l'Ontario 170/00 si aucune somme n'a été ajoutée en application de la disposition 12 de ce paragraphe à l'égard 
du conseil. Une différence négative est réputée nulle. 

(10) La disposition 2 du paragraphe 36 (1 1) du Règlement est abrogée et remplacée par ce qui suit : 

2. L'effectif de 2000-2001 de l'école a dépassé d'au moins 100 le total de ce qui suit : 

i. la capacité d'accueil déclarée pour 2000-2001 de l'école, 

ii. le nombre de nouvelles places dont le conseil a eu besoin par suite de l'augmentation de l'effectif à l'élémentaire 
pour l'école, calculé en application du paragraphe 36 (12) du Règlement de l'Ontario 154/01. 

(11) La disposition 2 du paragraphe 36 (13) du Règlement est abrogée et remplacée par ce qui suit : 

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2. L'effectif de 2000-2001 de l'école a dépassé d'au moins 100 le total de ce qui suit : 

i. la capacité d'accueil déclarée pour 2000-2001 de l'école, 

ii. le nombre de nouvelles places dont le conseil a eu besoin par suite de l'augmentation de l'effectif au secondaire 
pour l'école, calculé en application du paragraphe 36 (14) du Règlement de l'Ontario 154/01. 

(12) La disposition 2 du paragraphe 36 (19) du Règlement est modifiée par substitution de «(35) à (42.2)» à «(35) à 
(42)». 

(13) L'article 36 du Règlement est modifié par adjonction des paragraphes suivants : 

(28.1) Le paragraphe (29) s'applique à l'égard d'une école élémentaire du conseil si l'école fournit des installations 
d'accueil pour élèves de l'élémentaire au cours de l'exercice et qu'elle est située dans une municipalité ou ancienne 
municipalité indiquée à la colonne 2 du tableau 8 en regard du nom du conseil à la colonne 1 de ce tableau, et en regard d'un 
nombre supérieur à zéro à la colonne 4 du même tableau. 

(28.2) Le paragraphe (30) s'applique à l'égard d'une école secondaire du conseil si l'école fournit des installations 
d'accueil pour élèves du secondaire au cours de l'exercice et qu'elle est située dans une municipalité ou ancienne 
municipalité indiquée à la colonne 2 du tableau 8 en regard du nom du conseil à la colonne 1 de ce tableau, et en regard d'un 
nombre supérieur à zéro à la colonne 5 du même tableau. 



(42.1) La capacité d'accueil à l'élémentaire calculée pour le conseil en application du paragraphe (19) est redressée en 
ajoutant le nombre éventuel de nouvelles places dont le conseil a besoin, d'après les calculs effectués en application du 
paragraphe (15), à l'égard de ses écoles élémentaires dont le coût des réparations est prohibitif 

(42.2) La capacité d'accueil au secondaire calculée pour le conseil en application du paragraphe (19) est redressée en 
ajoutant le nombre éventuel de nouvelles places dont le conseil a besoin, d'après les calculs effectués en application du 
paragraphe (17), à l'égard de ses écoles secondaires dont le coût des réparations est prohibitif 

6. (1) Le paragraphe 38 (4) du Règlement est modifié par substitution de ce qui suit au passage qui précède la 
disposition 1 : 

(4) La somme calculée pour un conseil en application du présent paragraphe correspond à l'excédent du total des sommes 
suivantes sur le produit obtenu en multipliant l'effectif quotidien moyen de jour des élèves du conseil pour 2002-2003 par la 
somme précisée dans la colonne 2 du tableau 11.1 en regard du nom du conseil mentionné à la colonne 1 du même tableau. 



(2) La disposition 1 1 du paragraphe 38 (4) du Règlement est abrogée. 

7. (1) Le paragraphe 41 (1) du Règlement est abrogé et remplacé par ce qui suit : 

Dépenses obligatoires, éducation de l'enfance en difTiculté 

(1) Sous réserve du paragraphe (2), le conseil scolaire de district fait en sorte que la somme qu'il affecte pendant 
l'exercice à des mesures d'éducation de l'enfance en difficulté pour ses élèves ne soit pas inférieure à l'excédent de la somme 
liée à l'élément éducation de l'enfance en difficulté du conseil pour l'exercice sur la part des économies liées au R.R.E.M.O. 
pour le conseil qui est imputable à la dépense qu'il affecte à des mesures d'éducation de l'enfance en difficulté pendant 
l'exercice. 

(2) La sous-disposition 2 iv du paragraphe 41 (3) du Règlement est abrogée. 

8. (1) La sous-disposition 1 ii du paragraphe 45 (3) du Règlement est abrogée et remplacée par ce qui suit : 

ii. 62 pour cent du total des sommes remises au conseil à l'égard de l'année civile 2003 en application des 
paragraphes 237 (12) et 238 (2), de l'article 239, du paragraphe 240 (5), des articles 250 et 251 et des paragraphes 
257.8 (2) et 257.9 (1) de la Loi sur l'éducation, des articles 447.20 et 447.52 de la Loi sur les municipalités, tels 
qu'ils s'appliquent par l'effet de l'article 474 de la Loi de 2001 sur les municipalités, des paragraphes 353 (4), 
364 (22) et 365.2 (16) de la Loi de 2001 sur les municipalités, de l'article 10 du Règlement de l'Ontario 509/98 et 
du paragraphe 13 (2) du Règlement de l'Ontario 3/02, 

(2) La disposition 1 du paragraphe 45 (3) du Règlement est modifiée par adjonction de la sous-disposition 
suivante : 

iii.l 62 pour cent du total des sommes éventuelles visées au paragraphe 364 (22) de la Loi de 2001 sur les 
municipalités, tel qu'il s'applique par l'effet de l'article 257.12.3 de la Loi sur l'éducation, qui sont versées au 
conseil à l'égard de l'année civile 2003, 

(3) La sous-disposition 1 v du paragraphe 45 (3) du Règlement est modifiée par substitution de «paragraphe 366 (3) 
de la Loi de 2001 sur les municipalités» à «paragraphe 366 (4) de la Loi de 2001 sur les municipalités». 



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(t) Lia uisposiiiuii I uu paragrapuc to \j) uu ivegiciiiciii cm iiiuuiiiec (lai aujuiiCiiuii uc& »uuA-u»pu&itiuii» 
suivantes : 

v.l 62 pour cent des sommes éventuelles qu'une municipalité verse au conseil à l'égard de l'année civile 2003 en 
application du paragraphe 353 (4) de la Loi de 2001 sur les municipalités, 

V.2 62 pour cent des sommes éventuelles que le conseil affecte au paiement du coût d'annulation de biens-fonds 
vendus pour arriérés d'impôts pendant l'année civile 2003, en application de l'article 380 de la Loi de 2001 sur 
les municipalités, tel qu'il s'applique par l'effet du paragraphe 371 (2) de cette loi, 

(5) La disposition 7 du paragraphe 45 (3) du Règlement est abrogée et remplacée par ce qui suit : 

7. Déduire 62 pour cent du total des sommes éventuelles que le conseil verse à l'égard de l'année civile 2003 en 
application des paragraphes 361 (7), 364 (1 1), 365 (3), 365.1 (13), (14), (15), (17), (18) et (19) et 365.2 (8) de la Loi de 
2001 sur les municipalités. 

9. Le Règlement est modifié par adjonction de l'article suivant : 

Sommes payables au conseil : fréquentation de l'école par les enfants indiens 

5L (1) Le présent article s'applique à l'égard du conseil qui a présenté au ministre, en application de l'article 185 de la 
Loi, des dispositions en vue de l'admission, à une école élémentaire pour enfants indiens, d'une ou de plusieurs personnes qui 
remplissent les conditions d'élèves résidents du conseil. 

(2) Sous réserve du paragraphe (3), le ministre verse au conseil, pour chaque personne à laquelle s'appliquent les 
dispositions, une somme égale à ce qu'il en coûte par élève de l'élémentaire pour l'exercice 2002-2003 â l'école où l'enfant 
est admis aux termes des dispositions. 

(3) La somme que verse le ministre en application du paragraphe (2) ne doit pas dépasser le montant des droits que le 
conseil imposerait aux élèves de l'élémentaire en application de l'article 3 du règlement sur les droits de 2002-2003. 

10. Le Règlement est modifié par adjonction du tableau suivant : 

TABLE/TABLEAU 7.1 

SCHOOL RENEWAL ADJUSTMENT AMOLfNTS/ 
AUGMENTATION AU TITRE DE LA RÉFECTION DES ÉCOLES 



Item/ 
Point 


Name of Board/ 
Nom du conseil 


Amount/Montant 
($) 


1. 


District School Board Ontario North East 


148,384 


2. 


Algoma District School Board 


305,171 


3. 


Rainbow District School Board 


212,413 


4. 


Near North District School Board 


206,463 


5. 


Keewatin-Patricia District School Board 


100,000 


6. 


Rainy River District School Board 


100,000 


7. 


Lakehead District School Board 


212.867 


8. 


Superior-Greenstone District School Board 


100.000 


9. 


Bluewater District School Board 


284.872 


10. 


Avon Maitland District School Board 


306,576 


11. 


Greater Essex County District School Board 


442,659 


12. 


Lambton Kent District School Board 


360.389 


13. 


Thames Valley District School Board 


468.619 


14. 


Toronto District School Board 


2.362.423 


15. 


Durham District School Board 


412,517 


16. 


Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board 


592.716 


17. 


Trillium Lakelands District School Board 


114,627 


18. 


York Region District School Board 


902,478 


19. 


Simcoe County District School Board 


438.082 


20. 


Upper Grand District School Board 


593,654 


21. 


Peel District School Board 


967,020 


22. 


Halton District School Board 


566,768 


23. 


Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board 


740,078 


24. 


District School Board of Niagara 


805,575 


25. 


Grand Erie District School Board 


713,828 


26. 


Waterloo Region District School Board 


631,405 


27. 


Ottawa-Carleton District School Board 


1,372.212 


28. 


Upper Canada District School Board 


1,027,728 


29. 


Limestone District School Board 


392,047 



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O. Reg. 134/03 



Item/ 
Point 


Name of Board/ 
Nom du conseil 


Amount/Montant 
($) 


30. 


Renfrew County District School Board 


336,548 


31. 


Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board 


373,595 


32. 


Northeastern Catholic District School Board 


100,000 


33. 


Nipissing-Parry Sound Catholic District School Board 


100,000 


34. 


Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board 


100,000 


35. 


Sudbury Catholic District School Board 


100,000 


36. 


Northwest Catholic District School Board 


100,000 


37. 


Kenora Catholic District School Board 


100,000 


38. 


Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board 


100,000 


39. 


Superior North Catholic District School Board 


100,000 


40. 


Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board 


100,000 


41. 


Huron Perth Catholic District School Board 


100,000 


42, 


Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board 


204,472 


43. 


English-language Separate District School Board No. 38 


313,646 


44. 


St. Clair Catholic District School Board 


100,000 


45. 


Toronto Catholic District School Board 


1,759,968 


46. 


Peterborough Victoria Northumberland and Clarington Catholic District School Board 


100,000 


47. 


York Catholic District School Board 


161,350 


48. 


Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board 


365,269 


49. 


Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board 


110,912 


50. 


Durham Catholic District School Board 


129,176 


51. 


Halton Catholic District School Board 


100,000 


52. 


Hamilton- Wentworth Catholic District School Board 


269,144 


53. 


Wellington Catholic District School Board 


100,000 


54. 


Waterloo Catholic District School Board 


282,394 


55. 


Niagara Catholic District School Board 


358,648 


56. 


Brant Haldimand Norfolk Catholic District School Board 


100,000 


57. 


Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario 


103,227 


58. 


Ottawa-Carleton Catholic District School Board 


427,714 


59. 


Renfrew County Catholic District School Board 


100,000 


60. 


Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board 


158,439 


61. 


Conseil scolaire de district du Nord-Est de l'Ontario 


100,000 


62. 


Conseil scolaire de district du Grand Nord de l'Ontario 


100,000 


63. 


Conseil scolaire de district du Centre Sud-Ouest 


222,602 


64. 


Conseil de district des écoles publiques de langue française n° 59 


112,356 


65. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Grandes Rivières 


321,152 


66. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique Franco-Nord 


139,101 


67. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Nouvel-Ontario 


149,093 


68. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Aurores boréales 


100,000 


69. 


Conseil scolaire de district des écoles catholiques du Sud-Ouest 


105,093 


70. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique Centre-Sud 


115,324 


71. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique de l'Est ontarien 


344,002 


72. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Centre-Est de l'Ontario 


327,313 



1 1. Le tableau 8 du Règlement est abrogé et remplacé par ce qui suit : 



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TABLE/TABLEAU 8 



CAPITAL TRANSITIONAL ADJUSTMENT/ 
REDRESSEMENT TEMPORAIRE DES IMMOBILISATIONS 



Item/ 
Point 


Column/ 
Colonne 1 


Column/ 
Colonne 2 


Column/ 
Colonne 3 


Column/ 
Colonne 4 


Column/ 
Colonne 5 


Name of Board/Nom du conseil 


Municipality or 

Former 

municipality/ 

Municipalité ou 

ancienne 

municipalité 


As that municipality 

or former 

municipality existed 

on/ 

Telle que cette 

municipalité ou 

ancienne municipalité 

existait le 


Pupil Places — 
Elementary/ 

Places à 
l'élémentaire 


Pupil Places — 
Secondary/ 
Places au 
secondaire 


1. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique 
Centre-Sud 


Cambridge 


September 1, 2002/ 
1" septembre 2002 




600 


2. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique 
Centre-Sud 


York 


September 1,2002/ 
1" septembre 2002 




700 


3. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique 
de l'Est ontarien 


North Glengarry 


September 1,2002/ 
1" septembre 2002 


400 


500 


4. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique 
des Aurores boréales 


Thunder Bay 


September 1,2002/ 
1" septembre 2002 




540 


5. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique 
du Centre-Est de l'Ontario 


Carleton Place 


September 1,2002/ 
I" septembre 2002 


300 




6. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique 
du Centre-Est de l'Ontario 


City of/cite de 
Trenton 


December 31, 1997/ 
31 décembre 1997 


300 




7. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique 
du Centre-Est de l'Ontario 


Ottawa 


September 1, 2002/ 
1" septembre 2002 




600 


8. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique 
du Centre-Est de l'Ontario 


Pembroke 


September 1,2002/ 
1" septembre 2002 


500 


500 


9. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique 
du Nouvel-Ontario 


Blind River 


September 1, 2002/ 
1" septembre 2002 




500 


10. 


Conseil scolaire de district des écoles 
catholiques du Sud-Ouest 


Owen Sound 


September 1,2002/ 
1" septembre 2002 


300 




11. 


Conseil de district des écoles 
publiques de langue française n° 59 


City of /cité de 
Cumberiand 


December 31, 2000/ 
31 décembre 2000 




700 


12. 


Conseil de district des écoles 
publiques de langue française n° 59 


Town of/ ville de 
Vankleek Hill 


December 31, 1997/ 
31 décembre 1997 




500 


13. 


Conseil de district des écoles 
publiques de langue française n° 59 


City of/ 
cité d'Ottawa 


December 3 1.2000/ 
31 décembre 2000 




500 


14. 


Conseil scolaire de district du Centre 
Sud-Ouest 


Brampton 


September 1,2002/ 
1" septembre 2002 


450 




15. 


Conseil scolaire de district du Centre 
Sud-Ouest 


Peel 


September 1,2002/ 
1" septembre 2002 




700 


16. 


Conseil scolaire de district du Centre 
Sud-Ouest 


Windsor 


September 1,2002/ 
1" septembre 2002 




300 


17. 


Conseil scolaire de district du Nord- 
Est de l'Ontario 


Timmins 


September 1,2002/ 
r septembre 2002 




502 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 135/03 

made under the 
EDUCATION ACT 

Made: April 9, 2003 
Filed: April 11, 2003 

Amending O. Reg. 157/02 
(Calculation of Average Daily Enrolment for the 2002-2003 School Board Fiscal Year) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 157/02 has previously been amended by Ontario Regulation 67/03. 

1. Paragraph 6 of subsection 3 (2) of Ontario Regulation 157/02 is revoked and the following substituted: 

6. The class or course is a non-credit class or course in literacy and numeracy for pupils in grade 9 or a higher grade for 
whom a grade 9 or 10 remedial program in literacy and numeracy has been recommended by the principal of the day 
school in which the pupil is enrolled and the class or course is not provided as part of a day school program. 

RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 135/03 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR L'ÉDUCATION 

pris le 9 avril 2003 
déposé le 1 1 avril 2003 

modifiant le Régi, de l'Ont. 1 57/02 
(Calcul de l'effectif quotidien moyen pour l'exercice 2002-2003 des conseils scolaires) 

Remarque : Le Règlement de l'Ontario 157/02 a été modifié antérieurement par le Règlement de l'Ontario 67/03. 

1. La disposition 6 du paragraphe 3 (2) du Règlement de l'Ontario 157/02 est abrogée et remplacée par ce qui suit : 

6. Il s'agit d'une classe ou d'un cours ne donnant pas droit à un crédit qui est destiné à accroître l'aptitude à lire, à écrire 
et à compter des élèves de neuvième année ou d'une année subséquente auxquels le directeur de l'école où l'élève est 
inscrit à des cours de jour a recommandé un programme de rattrapage de neuvième ou de dixième année destiné à 
accroître leur aptitude à lire, à écrire et à compter et la classe ou le cours ne fait pas partie d'un programme scolaire de 
jour. 

17/03 



ONTARIO REGULATION 136/03 

made under the 
EDUCATION ACT 

Made: April 2, 2003 

Approved: April 9, 2003 

Filed: April 11,2003 

AmendingO. Reg. 158/02 
(Calculation of Fees for Pupils for the 2002-2003 School Board Fiscal Year) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 158/02 has previously been amended. Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations 
published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 18, 2003. 

1. (1) Subsection 3 (3) of Ontario Regulation 158/02 is amended by adding the following paragraph: 

12.1 Determine an amount on account of the board's adjustment for declining enrolment in respect of elementary school 
pupils by, 

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1. uiviuuig iiic iuiiouiii oi uic uoaiu b aujusiiiieiu lor ueciining enrolment, ii any, as aetermmea unaer section J8 or 
the grant regulation, by the day school A.D.E. for the board, counting only pupils of the board, and 

ii. multiplying the amount determined under subparagraph i by the day school A.D.E. for the board, counting only 
elementary school pupils of the board. 

(2) Paragraph 13 of subsection 3 (3) of the Regulation is amended by striking out "paragraphs 1 to 12" and 
substituting "paragraphs 1 to 12.1". 

(3) Subsection 3 (4) of the Regulation is amended by adding the following paragraph: 

11.1 Determine an amount on account of the board's adjustment for declining enrolment in respect of secondary school 
pupils by, 

i. dividing the amount of the board's adjustment for declining enrolment, if any, as determined under section 38 of 
the grant regulation, by the day school A.D.E. for the board, counting only pupils of the board, and 

ii. multiplying the amount determined under subparagraph i by the day school A.D.E. for the board, counting only 
secondary school pupils of the board. 

(4) Paragraph 12 of subsection 3 (4) of the Regulation is amended by striking out "paragraphs 1 to 11" and 
substituting "paragraphs 1 to 11.1". 

2. Paragraph 5 of subsection 6 (1) of the Regulation is amended by striking out "paragraph 3" and substituting 
"paragraph 4". 

3. Subsection 7 (2) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

(2) A board's fee policy must not authorize a fee in respect of an elementary school pupil that is less than the amount that 
would be calculated under subsection 3 (1) in respect of an elementary school pupil, if that subsection had applied to the 
pupil and subsection 49 (6) of the Act had not applied to the pupil. 

(3) A board's fee policy must not authorize a fee in respect of a secondary school pupil that is less than the amount that 
would be calculated under subsection 3 (1) in respect of a secondary school pupil, if that subsection had applied to the pupil 
and subsection 49 (6) of the Act had not applied to the pupil. 

4. Section 8 of the Regulation is amended by adding the following subsections: 

(1.1) The fee referred to in subsection (1) in respect of a pupil enrolled in a continuing education class or course of the 
board shall not be less than the fee determined by applying paragraphs I to 3 of subsection (2). 

(1 .2) The fee referred to in subsection (I) in respect of a pupil enrolled in a summer school program of the board shall not 
be less than the fee determined by applying paragraphs 1 to 3 of subsection (3). 

Elizabeth Witmer 
Minister of Education 



Dated on April 2, 2003. 

RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 136/03 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR L'ÉDUCATION 

pris le 2 avril 2003 
approuvé le 9 avril 2003 
déposé le 1 1 avril 2003 

modifiant le Règl. de l'Ont. 158/02 
(Calcul des droits exigibles à l'égard des élèves pour l'exercice 2002-2003 des conseils scolaires) 

Remarque : Le Règlement de l'Ontario 158/02 a été modifié antérieurement. Ces modifications sont indiquées dans la Table 
des règlements publiée dans la Gazette de l 'Ontario du 1 8 janvier 2003. 

1. (1) Le paragraphe 3 (3) du Règlement de l'Ontario 158/02 est modifié par adjonction de la disposition suivante : 

12.1 Calculer la part de la somme liée au redressement pour baisse des effectifs du conseil qui vise les élèves de 
l'élémentaire, de la manière suivante : 

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i. Diviser la somme liée au redressement pour baisse des effectifs du conseil, le cas échéant, calculée en application 
de l'article 38 du règlement sur les subventions, par l'effectif quotidien moyen de jour du conseil calculé en ne 
comptant que ses élèves. 

ii. Multiplier la somme calculée en application de la sous-disposition i par l'effectif quotidien moyen de jour du 
conseil calculé en ne comptant que ses élèves de l'élémentaire. 

(2) La disposition 13 du paragraphe 3 (3) du Règlement est modifiée par substitution de «dispositions 1 à 12.1» à 
«dispositions 1 à 12». 

(3) Le paragraphe 3 (4) du Règlement est modifié par adjonction de la disposition suivante : 

11.1 Calculer la part de la somme liée au redressement pour baisse des effectifs du conseil qui vise les élèves du secondaire, 
de la manière suivante : 

i. Diviser la somme liée au redressement pour baisse des effectifs du conseil, le cas échéant, calculée en application 
de l'article 38 du règlement sur les subventions, par l'effectif quotidien moyen de jour du conseil calculé en ne 
comptant que ses élèves. 

ii. Multiplier la somme calculée en application de la sous-disposition i par l'effectif quotidien moyen de jour du 
conseil calculé en ne comptant que ses élèves du secondaire. 

(4) La disposition 12 du paragraphe 3 (4) du Règlement est modifiée par substitution de «dispositions 1 à 11.1» à 
«dispositions 1 à 11». 

2. La disposition 5 du paragraphe 6 (1) du Règlement est modifiée par substitution de «disposition 4» à «disposition 
3». 

3. Le paragraphe 7 (2) du Règlement est abrogé et remplacé par ce qui suit : 

(2) La politique du conseil relative aux droits ne doit pas autoriser l'imposition, à l'égard d'un élève de l'élémentaire, de 
droits qui sont inférieurs à la somme qui serait calculée conformément au paragraphe 3 (1) à l'égard d'un tel élève, si ce 
paragraphe s'était appliqué à l'élève et que le paragraphe 49 (6) de la Loi ne s'était pas appliqué à lui. 

(3) La politique du conseil relative aux droits ne doit pas autoriser l'imposition, à l'égard d'un élève du secondaire, de 
droits qui sont inférieurs à la somme qui serait calculée conformément au paragraphe 3 (1) à l'égard d'un tel élève, si ce 
paragraphe s'était appliqué à l'élève et que le paragraphe 49 (6) de la Loi ne s'était pas appliqué à lui. 

4. L'article 8 du Règlement est modifié par adjonction des paragraphes suivants : 

(1.1) Les droits visés au paragraphe (1) exigibles à l'égard d'un élève qui est inscrit à une classe ou un cours d'éducation 
permanente offert par le conseil ne doivent pas être inférieurs aux droits calculés en appliquant les dispositions 1 à 3 du 
paragraphe (2). 

(1.2) Les droits visés au paragraphe (1) exigibles à l'égard d'un élève qui est inscrit à un cours d'été offert par le conseil 
ne doivent pas être inférieurs aux droits calculés en appliquant les dispositions 1 à 3 du paragraphe (3). 

Elizabeth, WiTMER 
Ministre de l 'Education 

Fait le 2 avril 2003. 
17/03 

ONTARIO REGULATION 137/03 

made under the 

EDUCATION ACT 

Made: April 9, 2003 
Filed: April 11, 2003 

CALCULATION OF AVERAGE DAILY ENROLMENT 
FOR THE 2003-2004 SCHOOL BOARD FISCAL YEAR 

Interpretation 
1. (1) In this Regulation, _ 

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poiiuu uvgiiiiiiiig .j<.piciiiL>ci 1, iOuj diiu ciiuiiig /Augusi il, zOOh; (^'"exercice 2uuj-zuu4 _) 

"combined kindergarten program" means a program operated on a five-day cycle that consists of 600 minutes of junior 
icindergarten for those pupils who are enrolled in the junior kindergarten part of the program and 900 minutes of 
kindergarten for those pupils who are enrolled in the kindergarten part of the program; ("programme combiné de 
maternelle et de jardin d'enfants") 

"cycle" means the number of school days for which a schedule of classes in a school continues before the schedule is 
repeated; ("horaire") 

"day school" and "day school program" do not include continuing education or summer school classes or courses; ("cours de 
jour", "programme scolaire de jour") 

"fiill-time pupil" means a pupil who, 

(a) is enrolled in day school other than in junior kindergarten, kindergarten or a combined kindergarten program, and 

(b) in respect of a cycle, is registered for classroom instruction for an average of at least 210 minutes per school day; 
("élève à temps plein") 

"half-time pupil" means a pupil who is enrolled in junior kindergarten or kindergarten, is not enrolled in a combined 
kindergarten program, and, in respect of a cycle, is registered for classroom instruction for an average of at least 1 50 
minutes per school day; ("élève à mi-temps") 

"independent study course" means a credit course that is provided to a pupil other than a fijll-time pupil and that, 

(a) meets the criteria set out in the independent study course register for inclusion in the determination of day school 
enrolment, or 

(b) is approved by the Minister as an independent study course to be included in the determination of day school 
enrolment; ("cours d'études personnelles") 

"part-time pupil" means a pupil who is enrolled in day school and is neither a full-time nor a half-time pupil, ("élève à temps 
partiel") 

(2) This Regulation applies to boards for the 2003-2004 fiscal year. 

Day school A.D.E. 

2. Day school average daily enrolment for a board for the fiscal year is the sum of, 

(a) the product of 0.5 and the sum of, 

(i) the number of full-time pupils enrolled on October 3 1 , 2003 in schools operated by the board, 

(ii) 0.5 times the number of half-time pupils enrolled on that day in schools operated by the board, and 

(iii) the quotient obtained by determining, for each part-time pupil enrolled on that day in a school operated by the 
board, the number of minutes for which the pupil is registered for classroom instruction in the cycle that includes 
that day, in a course other than an independent study course, and dividing the sum of the numbers so determined 
by the product of 300 and the number of days in the cycle; 

(b) the product of 0.5 and the sum of, 

(i) the number of full-time pupils enrolled on March 31, 2004 in schools operated by the board, 

(ii) 0.5 times the number of half-time pupils enrolled on that day in schools operated by the board, and 

(iii) the quotient obtained by determining, for each part-time pupil enrolled on that day in a school operated by the 
board, the number of minutes for which the pupil is registered for classroom instruction in the cycle that includes 
that day, in a course other than an independent study course, and dividing the sum of the numbers so determined 
by the product of 300 and the number of days in the cycle; and 

(c) an amount in respect of each pupil enrolled in a school of the board who is registered for an independent study course, 
calculated as follows: 

AxB 



7.5 



in which, 

"A" is the number of credits and partial credits that may be earned by the pupil on successful completion of the 
course, 

"B" is the fraction representing the portion of the total quantity of work required for completion of the course that is 
completed by the pupil during the fiscal year. 

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Continuing education A.D.E. 

3. (1) Continuing education average daily enrolment for a board for the fiscal year is the sum of, 

(a) an amount in respect of each pupil who is enrolled in a continuing education class or course established by the board, 
other than a continuing education course delivered primarily through means other than classroom instruction, 
calculated as follows: 

CxD 



300x190 



in which, 

"C" is the number of sessions for which the pupil is enrolled in the fiscal year, and 

"D" is the number of minutes in each session; and 

(b) an amount in respect of each pupil who is enrolled in a continuing education course established by the board and 
delivered primarily through means other than classroom instruction calculated as follows: 

Ex0.1158xF 

in which, 

"E" is the number of credits and partial credits that may be earned by the pupil on successful completion of the 
course, and 

"F" is the fraction representing the portion of the total quantity of work required for completion of the course that is 
completed by the pupil during the fiscal year. 

(2) A class or course is a continuing education class or course for the purposes of subsection (1) if it is not a summer 
school class or course as defined in subsection 4 (1), it is approved by the Minister and it satisfies the conditions in one of the 
following paragraphs: 

1 . The class or course, 

i. is established for adults for which one or more credits, a partial credit referred to in the Ministry publication 
entitled "Ontario Secondary Schools Grades 9 to 12 — Program and Diploma Requirements — 1999" or a partial 
credit approved by the Minister may be granted, and 

ii. is in the intermediate division if it is offered by a school authority that is only authorized to provide elementary 
education. 

2. The class or course is in citizenship and, if necessary, in French or English language instruction and is for persons 
admitted to Canada as permanent residents under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (Canada). 

3. The class or course is in English or French for adults whose first language learned and still understood is neither 
English nor French, but it is not a class or course in which a pupil may earn a credit in English or French as a second 
language. 

4. The class or course is in Native language instruction for adults. 

5. The class or course is in literacy and numeracy for pupils in grade 7 or 8 for whom a remedial program in literacy and 
numeracy has been recommended by the principal of the day school in which the pupil is enrolled and the class or 
course is not provided as part of a day school program. 

6. The class or course is a non-credit class or course in literacy and numeracy for pupils in grade 9 or a higher grade for 
whom a grade 9 or 10 remedial program in literacy and numeracy has been recommended by the principal of the day 
school in which the pupil is enrolled and the class or course is not provided as part of a day school program. 

7. The class or course is in literacy and numeracy and is established for adults who are parents or guardians of pupils 
enrolled in a day school program for whom a remedial program in literacy and numeracy has been recommended by 
the principal of the day school in which the pupils are enrolled. 

8. The class or course is for secondary school pupils who elected to take a transfer credit course to transfer between 
course types in accordance with section 5.6 of the Ministry publication entitled "Ontario Secondary Schools Grades 9 
to 12 — Program and Diploma Requirements — 1999". 

9. The class or course is for pupils who are enrolled in grade 9 in the school year and the principal, headmaster, 
headmistress or other person in charge of the school in which the pupil is enrolled strongly encourages the pupil to 
successfully complete additional course work of up to 30 hours before switching from one course type in grade 9 to 
another course type in grade 10 in the same subject, in accordance with section 5.6 of the Ministry publication entitled 
"Ontario Secondary Schools Grades 9 to 12 — Program and Diploma Requirements — 1999". 

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v^y » ».v F"f'"-' """ "■>- "' " vi«xoa ui vuuiat uiicicu lui ticciit aiiu wuo aic iioi auuits musi DC iticiuaea in calculating tlie 
continuing education average daily enrolment for a board under subsection (1) for a class or course established for adults that 
is referred to in subsection (2). 

(4) The following rules apply in calculating the continuing education average daily enrolment for a board under subsection 
(1) for a class or course referred to in subsection (5), 

1. If the number of pupils in the class or course is 10 or more and less than 15, that number is increased to 15. 

2. If the number of pupils in the class or course is less than 10, that number is increased by five. 

(5) Subsection (4) applies with respect to a class or course, 

(a) referred to in paragraph 2, 3 or 4 of subsection (2); and 

(b) referred to in paragraph I of subsection (2), other than a course delivered primarily through means other than 
classroom instruction, if the class or course is offered in a secondary school, 

(i) that has an enrolment of fewer than 120 pupils per grade, and 

(ii) that is located in a territorial district and is more than 80 kilometres from all other secondary schools in the 
Province that have the same language of instruction. 

Summer school A.D.E. 

4. ( I ) In this section, 

"summer school class or course" means a class or course, 

(a) that is provided by a board between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., 

(b) that starts after the completion of the 2003-2004 school year and ends before the start of the 2004-2005 school year, 
and 

(c) that is a class or course, 

(i) for developmentally delayed pupils, 

(ii) in which a pupil may earn a credit, 

(iii) for pupils who have completed grade 7 or a higher grade and for whom a grade 7 or 8 remedial program in 
literacy and numeracy has been recommended by the principal, headmaster, headmistress or other person in 
charge of the school at which the pupil completed grade 7 or 8, 

(iv) for pupils who were enrolled in grade 9 or a higher grade and for whom a non-credit grade 9 or 10 remedial 
program in literacy and numeracy has been recommended by the principal, headmaster, headmistress or other 
person in charge of the school at which the pupil was enrolled, 

(v) for pupils who were enrolled in grade 10 or II and who elected to take a transfer credit course to transfer 
between course types in accordance with section 5.6 of the Ministry publication entitled "Ontario Secondary 
Schools Grades 9 to 12 — Program and Diploma Requirements — 1999", or 

(vi) for pupils who are enrolled in grade 9 in the 2003-2004 school year and the principal, headmaster, headmistress 
or other person in charge of the school in which the pupil is enrolled strongly encourages the pupil to successfully 
complete additional non-credit crossover course work of up to 30 hours when the pupil plans to switch from one 
course type in grade 9 to the other in grade 10 in the same subject, in accordance with section 5.6 of the Ministry 
publication entitled "Ontario Secondary Schools Grades 9 to 12 — Program and Diploma Requirements — 
1999". 

(2) Only the following pupils are counted for the purposes of this section: 

1 . Pupils who were enrolled in a day school program offered by a board. 

2. Pupils who were enrolled in any of grades 1 to 12 or OAC in a private school that was in compliance with subsection 
16 (I) of the Act when the pupil was last enrolled in the school. 

(3) Summer school average daily enrolment for a board for the fiscal year is the sum of the amounts in respect of each 
pupil enrolled in a summer school class or course that is provided by the board, other than a course delivered primarily 
through means other than classroom instruction, calculated as follows: 

GxH 



300x190 
in which, 

"G" is the number of sessions of the summer school class or course in which the pupil is enrolled in the fiscal year, and 
"H" is the number of minutes in each session. 

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RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 137/03 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR L'ÉDUCATION 

pris le 9 avril 2003 
déposé le 1 1 avril 2003 

CALCUL DE L'EFFECTIF QUOTIDIEN MOYEN 
POUR L'EXERCICE 2003-2004 DES CONSEILS SCOLAIRES 

Interprétation 

1. (1) Les définitions qui suivent s'appliquent au présent règlement. 

«cours de jour» et «programme scolaire de jour» Sont exclus les classes ou les cours d'éducation permanente et les classes ou 
les cours d'été, («day school», «day school program») 

«cours d'études personnelles» Cours crédité qui est dispensé à un élève, à l'exclusion d'un élève à temps plein, et qui, selon 
le cas : 

a) satisfait aux critères énoncés dans le registre des cours d'études personnelles pour être inclus dans le calcul de 
l'effectif de jour; 

b) est approuvé par le ministre à titre de cours d'études personnelles à inclure dans le calcul de l'effectif de jour, 
(«independent study course») 

«élève à mi-temps» Élève qui est inscrit à la maternelle ou au jardin d'enfants, mais non à un programme combiné de 
maternelle et de jardin d'enfants, pour une moyenne d'au moins 150 minutes d'enseignement en classe par jour de classe à 
l'égard d'un horaire, («half-time pupil») 

«élève à temps partiel» Élève qui est inscrit aux cours de jour et qui n'est ni un élève à temps plein ni un élève à mi-temps, 
(«part-time pupil») 

«élève à temps plein» Élève qui : 

a) d'une part, est inscrit aux cours de jour, à l'exclusion de la maternelle, du jardin d'enfants ou d'un programme 
combiné de maternelle et de jardin d'enfants; 

b) d'autre part, est inscrit pour une moyenne d'au moins 210 minutes d'enseignement en classe par jour de classe à 
l'égard d'un horaire, («full-time pupil») 

«exercice 2003-2004» La période qui commence le 1" septembre 2003 et qui se termine le 31 août 2004. («2003-2004 fiscal 
year») 

«horaire» Le nombre de jours que couvre le calendrier des classes d'une école avant de recommencer, («cycle») 

«programme combiné de maternelle et de jardin d'enfants» Programme qui fonctionne selon un horaire de cinq jours et qui 
consiste en 600 minutes de maternelle pour les élèves qui sont inscrits au volet maternelle du programme et en 900 minutes 
de jardin d'enfants pour ceux inscrits au volet jardin d'enfants, («combined kindergarten program») 

(2) Le présent règlement s'applique aux conseils pour l'exercice 2003-2004. 

Effectif quotidien moyen de jour 

2. L'effectif quotidien moyen de jour d'un conseil pour l'exercice correspond à la somme de ce qui suit : 

a) le produit de 0,5 par la somme de ce qui suit : 

(i) le nombre d'élèves à temps plein inscrits le 31 octobre 2003 aux écoles qui relèvent du conseil, 

(ii) 0,5 fois le nombre d'élèves à mi-temps inscrits ce jour-là aux écoles qui relèvent du conseil, 

(iii) le quotient obtenu en calculant, pour chaque élève à temps partiel inscrit ce jour-là à une école qui relève du 
conseil, le nombre de minutes pour lesquelles il est inscrit en vue de recevoir un enseignement en classe pendant 
l'horaire qui inclut ce jour-là, à un cours autre qu'un cours d'études personnelles, et en divisant la somme des 
nombres ainsi obtenus par le produit de 300 et du nombre de jours que compte l'horaire; 

b) le produit de 0,5 par la somme de ce qui suit : 

(i) le nombre d'élèves à temps plein inscrits le 31 mars 2004 aux écoles qui relèvent du conseil, 
(ii) 0,5 fois le nombre d'élèves à mi-temps inscrits ce jour-là aux écoles qui relèvent du conseil. 



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viuy ic 4u<jiiciu ooiciiu cii caicuiaiii, pour cnaque eieve a temps partiel inscrit ce jour-là à une école qui relève du 
conseil, le nombre de minutes pour lesquelles cet élève est inscrit en vue de recevoir un enseignement en classe 
pendant l'horaire qui inclut ce jour-là, à un cours autre qu'un cours d'études personnelles, et en divisant la 
somme des nombres ainsi obtenus par le produit de 300 et du nombre de jours que compte l'horaire; 

c) une valeur relative à chaque élève inscrit à une école du conseil, à un cours d'études personnelles, calculée selon la 
formule suivante : 

AxB 



où : 

«A» correspond au nombre de crédits et de fractions de crédits que peut obtenir l'élève qui termine le cours avec 
succès, 

«B» correspond à la fraction représentant la tranche de la quantité totale de travail exigée pour terminer le cours que 
l'élève a terminée au cours de l'exercice. 

EfTectif quotidien moyen de l'éducation permanente 

3. (1) L'effectif quotidien moyen de l'éducation permanente d'un conseil pour l'exercice correspond à la somme de ce qui 
suit : 

a) une valeur relative à chaque élève qui est inscrit à une classe ou à un cours d'éducation permanente créé par le conseil, 
à l'exclusion d'un cours d'éducation permanente dispensé principalement par des moyens aufres qu'un enseignement 
en classe, calculée selon la formule suivante : 

CxD 



300x190 

où : 

«C» correspond au nombre de séances pour lesquelles l'élève est inscrit pendant l'exercice, 

«D» correspond au nombre de minutes que comprend chaque séance; 

b) une valeur relative à chaque élève qui est inscrit à un cours d'éducation permanente créé par le conseil et dispensé 
principalement par des moyens autres qu'un enseignement en classe, calculée selon la formule suivante : 

ExO,1158xF 

où : 

«E» correspond au nombre de crédits et de fractions de crédits que peut obtenir l'élève qui termine le cours avec 
succès, 

«F» correspond à la fraction représentant la tranche de la quantité totale de travail exigée pour terminer le cours que 
l'élève a terminée au cours de l'exercice. 

(2) Une classe ou un cours constitue une classe ou un cours d'éducation permanente pour l'application du paragraphe (I) 
s'il n'est pas une classe ou un cours d'été au sens du paragraphe 4(1), qu'il est approuvé par le ministre et qu'il satisfait aux 
conditions de l'une des dispositions suivantes : 

1 . La classe ou le cours : 

i. d'une part, est créé à l'intention d'adultes qui peuvent obtenir un ou plusieurs crédits, une fraction de crédit 
mentionnée dans la publication du ministère intitulée «Les écoles secondaires de l'Ontario, de la 9' à la 12' année 
— Préparation au diplôme d'études secondaires de l'Ontario, 1999» ou une fraction de crédit approuvée par le 
minisfre, 

ii. d'aufre part, appartient au cycle intermédiaire, s'il est offert par une adminisfration scolaire qui n'est autorisée 
qu'à dispenser un enseignement à l'élémentaire. 

2. Il s'agit d'une classe ou d'un cours d'instruction civique et, au besoin, d'apprentissage du français ou de l'anglais et 
est destiné à des personnes admises au Canada à tifre de résidents permanents en application de la Loi sur 
l'immigration et la protection des réfugiés (Canada). 

3. Il s'agit d'une classe ou d'un cours de français ou d'anglais destiné à des adultes dont la première langue apprise et 
encore comprise n'est ni le français ni l'anglais, mais non d'une classe ou d'un cours dans lequel l'élève peut obtenir 
un crédit en français ou en anglais langue seconde. 

4. Il s'agit d'une classe ou d'un cours de langue autochtone destiné à des adultes. 



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5. II s'agit d'une classe ou d'un cours destiné à accroître l'aptitude à lire, à écrire et à compter des élèves de septième ou 
de huitième année auxquels le directeur de l'école où l'élève est inscrit à des cours de jour a recommandé un 
programme de rattrapage destiné à accroître leur aptitude à lire, à écrire et à compter et la classe ou le cours ne fait pas 
partie d'un programme scolaire de jour. 

6. Il s'agit d'une classe ou d'un cours ne donnant pas droit à un crédit qui est destiné à accroître l'aptitude à lire, à écrire 
et à compter des élèves de neuvième année ou d'une année subséquente auxquels le directeur de l'école où l'élève est 
inscrit à des cours de jour a recommandé un programme de rattrapage de neuvième ou de dixième année destiné à 
accroître leur aptitude à lire, à écrire et à compter et la classe ou le cours ne fait pas partie d'un programme scolaire de 
jour. 

7. Il s'agit d'une classe ou d'un cours destiné à accroître l'aptitude à lire, à écrire et à compter et créé à l'intention 
d'adultes qui sont soit le père, la mère ou le tuteur d'un élève inscrit à un programme scolaire de jour auquel le 
directeur de l'école où l'élève est inscrit à des cours de jour a recommandé un programme de rattrapage destiné à 
accroître l'aptitude à lire, à écrire et à compter. 

8. Il s'agit d'une classe ou d'un cours destiné aux élèves du secondaire qui ont choisi de suivre un cours de transition 
donnant droit à crédit afin de changer de type de cours conformément à l'article 5.6 de la publication du ministère 
intitulée «Les écoles secondaires de l'Ontario, de la 9' à la 12^ année — Préparation au diplôme d'études secondaires 
de l'Ontario, 1999». 

9. Il s'agit d'une classe ou d'un cours destiné aux élèves qui sont inscrits en neuvième année pendant l'année scolaire et 
le directeur, le chef ou le responsable de l'école ou de l'établissement où l'élève est inscrit l'encourage fortement à 
terminer avec succès un cours supplémentaire d'une durée maximale de 30 heures avant de transférer d'un type de 
cours offert en neuvième année à celui offert dans la même matière en dixième année, conformément à l'article 5.6 de 
la publication du ministère intitulée «Les écoles secondaires de l'Ontario, de la 9' à la 12' année — Préparation au 
diplôme d'études secondaires de l'Ontario, 1999». 

(3) Tout élève d'une classe ou d'un cours donnant droit à crédit qui n'est pas un adulte est décompté aux fins du calcul de 
l'effectif quotidien moyen de l'éducation permanente effectué pour le conseil en application du paragraphe (1) à l'égard 
d'une classe ou d'un cours créé à l'intention d'adultes et visé au paragraphe (2). 

(4) Les règles suivantes s'appliquent au calcul de l'effectif quotidien moyen de l'éducation permanente effectué pour le 
conseil en application du paragraphe ( 1 ) à l'égard d'une classe ou d'un cours visé au paragraphe (5) : 

1 . Le nombre d'élèves de la classe ou du cours qui compte 1 élèves ou plus, mais moins de 1 5, est porté à 1 5. 

2. Le nombre d'élèves de la classe ou du cours qui compte moins de 10 élèves est augmenté de cinq. 

(5) Le paragraphe (4) s'applique à l'égard d'une classe ou d'un cours qui réunit les conditions suivantes : 

a) il est visé à la disposition 2, 3 ou 4 du paragraphe (2); 

b) il est visé à la disposition 1 du paragraphe (2), mais ne constitue pas un cours dispensé principalement par des moyens 
autres qu'un enseignement en classe, et il est offert, le cas échéant, par une école secondaire qui : 

(i) d'une part, a un effectif de moins de 120 élèves par année d'études, 

(ii) d'autre part, est située dans un district territorial, à plus de 80 kilomètres de toutes les autres écoles secondaires 
de la province qui dispensent l'enseignement dans la même langue. 

EfTectif quotidien moyen pendant l'été 

4. (1) La définition qui suit s'applique au présent article. 

«classe ou cours d'été» Classe ou cours qui réunit les conditions suivantes : 

a) il est offert par un conseil entre 8 h et 17 h; 

b) il commence après la fin de l'année scolaire 2003-2004 et se termine avant le début de l'année scolaire 2004-2005; 

c) il s'agit d'une classe ou d'un cours, selon le cas : 

(i) qui est destiné aux élèves qui présentent un retard du développement, 

(ii) où l'élève peut obtenir un crédit, 

(iii) qui est destiné aux élèves qui ont terminé la septième année ou une année subséquente et auxquels le directeur, le 
chef ou le responsable de l'école ou de l'établissement où l'élève a terminé la septième ou la huitième année a 
recommandé un programme de rattrapage de septième ou de huitième année destiné à accroître leur aptitude à 
lire, à écrire et à compter, 

(iv) qui est destiné aux élèves qui étaient inscrits en neuvième année ou dans une armée subséquente et auxquels le 
directeur, le chef ou le responsable de l'école ou de l'établissement où l'élève était inscrit a recommandé un 



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. , ' "I ''' ^ , ' •. s I > 1( 

piu^iuiuiic ue laurapage ue neuvième ou ae aixieme année aestine a accroître leur aptitude à lire, à écrire et à 
compter mais ne donnant pas droit à crédit, 

(v) qui est destiné aux élèves qui étaient inscrits en dixième ou en onzième année et qui ont choisi de suivre un cours 
de transition donnant droit à crédit afin de changer de type de cours conformément à l'article 5.6 de la publication 
du ministère intitulée «Les écoles secondaires de l'Ontario, de la 9e à la 12e année — Préparation au diplôme 
d'études secondaires de l'Ontario, 1999», 

(vi) qui est destiné aux élèves qui sont inscrits en neuvième année pendant l'année scolaire 2003-2004 et le directeur, 
le chef ou le responsable de l'école ou de l'établissement où l'élève est inscrit l'encourage fortement à terminer 
avec succès un cours complémentaire ne donnant pas droit à crédit d'une durée maximale de 30 heures lorsqu'il a 
l'intention de transférer d'un type de cours offert en neuvième année à celui offert dans la même matière en 
dixième année, conformément à l'article 5.6 de la publication du ministère intitulée «Les écoles secondaires de 
l'Ontario, de la 9e à la 12e année — Préparation au diplôme d'études secondaires de l'Ontario, 1999». 

(2) Seuls les élèves suivants sont dénombrés pour l'application du présent article : 

1 . Les élèves qui étaient inscrits à un programme scolaire de jour dispensé par un conseil. 

2. Les élèves qui étaient inscrits de la première à la douzième années ou à un cours préuniversitaire de l'Ontario dans une 
école privée à l'égard de laquelle le paragraphe 16 (1) de la Loi était observé lorsque les élèves y étaient inscrits. 

(3) L'effectif quotidien moyen des cours d'été d'un conseil pour l'exercice correspond à la somme de valeurs dont 
chacune est une valeur relative à chaque élève qui est inscrit à une classe ou à un cours d'été dispensé par le conseil, à 
l'exclusion d'un cours dispensé principalement par des moyens autres qu'un enseignement en classe, calculée selon la 
formule suivante : 

GxH 



300x190 
où : 

«G» correspond au nombre de séances de la classe ou du cours d'été auquel l'élève est inscrit pendant l'exercice, 

«H» correspond au nombre de minutes que comprend chaque séance. 
17/03 



ONTARIO REGULATION 138/03 

made under the 
EDUCATION ACT 

Made: April 3, 2003 

Approved: April 9, 2003 

Filed: April 1 1, 2003 

CALCULATION OF FEES FOR PUPILS FOR THE 2003-2004 
SCHOOL BOARD FISCAL YEAR 

Interpretation 

1. (1) In this Regulation, 

"A.D.E. regulation" means Ontario Regulation 137/03; ("règlement sur l'effectif quotidien moyen") 

"continuing education A.D.E.", for a board, means the continuing education average daily enrolment for the board, as 
calculated under section 3 of the A.D.E. regulation; ("effectif quotidien moyen des cours d'éducation permanente") 

"continuing education class or course" has the same meaning as in section 3 of the A.D.E. regulation; ("classe ou cours 
d'éducation permanente") 

"day school A.D.E.", for a board, means the day school average daily enrolment for the board, as calculated under section 2 
of the A.D.E. regulation; ("effectif quotidien moyen de jour") 

"day school program" does not include continuing education or summer school classes or courses; ("programme scolaire de 
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"elementary school pupil" means a pupil who is enrolled in any of junior kindergarten, kindergarten and grades one to eight; 
("élève de l'élémentaire") 

"grant regulation" means Ontario Regulation 139/03; ("règlement sur les subventions") 

"high cost program" means, 

(a) a special education program, or 

(b) any other program which both the board and the party from whom the tuition fee is receivable agree is a high cost 
program for the purposes of this Regulation; ("programme à coût élevé") 

"isolate board" means a school authority other than a section 68 board; ("conseil isolé") 

"P.A.C.", for a pupil, means the pupil accommodation charge for a pupil as determined under subsections (3) and (4); ("frais 
de pension") 

"secondary school pupil" means a pupil who is enrolled in any of grades nine to twelve or in a course leading to an OAC 
credit; ("élève du secondaire") 

"section 68 board" means a board established under section 68 of the Act; ("conseil créé en vertu de l'article 68") 

"summer school A.D.E.", for a board, means the summer school average daily enrolment for the board, as calculated under 
section 4 of the A.D.E. regulation; ("effectif quotidien moyen des cours d'été") 

"summer school class or course" means a summer school class or course as defined in subsection 4 (1) of the A.D.E. 
regulation, ("classe ou cours d'été") 

(2) The following rules apply for the purposes of this Regulation: 

1. A pupil is considered to be a pupil of a board if he or she is a pupil of the board for the purposes of the grant 
regulation. 

2. The day school A.D.E. of a pupil enrolled in a school operated by a board is the day school A.D.E. for the board, 
calculated as if the pupil were the board's only pupil. 

(3) The pupil accommodation charge for a pupil is $141 in the case of an elementary school pupil or $282 in the case of a 
secondary school pupil. 

(4) Despite subsection (3), if a board has entered into an agreement under subsection 188 (3) of the Act that provides for a 
payment by the Crown in right of Canada to provide classroom accommodation for a specified number of pupils, the pupil 
accommodation charge for each pupil accommodated as a result of the agreement is zero. 

Application 

2. This Regulation applies in respect of the fiscal year of boards that commences on September 1, 2003 and ends on 
August 31, 2004. 

Education for Indians 

3. (1) This section applies in respect of a pupil who is enrolled in a day school program in a school operated by a district 
school board or an isolate board if a fee in respect of the pupil is receivable by the board from, 

(a) the Crown in right of Canada; or 

(b) a band, the council of a band or an education authority where the band, council of a band or education authority is 
authorized by the Crown in right of Canada to provide education for Indians. 

(2) The fee in respect of the pupil is calculated by multiplying the day school A.D.E. of the pupil by the sum of the P.A.C. 
for the pupil and the base fee determined, 

(a) under subsection (3), in the case of a pupil who is an elementary school pupil enrolled in a school operated by a district 
school board; 

(b) under subsection (4), in the case of a pupil who is a secondary school pupil enrolled in a school operated by a district 
school board; or 

(c) under subsection (6), in the case of a pupil who is enrolled in a school operated by an isolate board. 

(3) The base fee for an elementary school pupil enrolled in a school operated by a district school board is determined as 
follows: 

1 . Take the sum of, 

i. the board's base amount for elementary school pupils for the fiscal year, as determined under paragraph 1 of 
subsection 13 (2) of the grant regulation, and 



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II. me proauct oi >zuu multiplied Dy Uie day school A.U.E. tor the board, counting only elementary school pupils of 
the board. 

2. Determine an amount on account of the special education allocation for elementary school pupils, as follows: 

i. Take the day school A.D.E. for the board, counting only pupils enrolled in junior kindergarten, kindergarten and 
grades one to three. 

ii. Multiply the number determined under subparagraph i by $562, to obtain the enrolment-based special education 
amount for junior kindergarten to grade three. 

iii. Take the day school A.D.E. for the board, counting only pupils enrolled in any of grades four to eight. 

iv. Multiply the number determined under subparagraph iii by $424, to obtain the enrolment-based special education 
amount for grades four to eight. 

V. Calculate the sum of the approved ISA level 1 claims for elementary school pupils of the board for the fiscal year, 
as determined under section 16 of the grant regulation. 

vi. Calculate the part of the total approved special incidence ISA claims for the board for the fiscal year, as 
determined under section 19 of the grant regulation, that is generated by elementary school pupils of the board. 

vii. Calculate the total of the portion of the ISA level 2 claim for the board for the fiscal year that is generated by 
elementary school pupils of the board and the portion of the ISA level 3 claim for the board for the fiscal year 
that is generated by elementary school pupils of the board. 

viii. Total the amounts obtained under subparagraphs ii, iv, v, vi and vii. 

3. In the case of an English-language district school board, determine an amount on account of the language allocation 
for elementary school pupils, as follows: 

i. Take the French as a second language amount for elementary school pupils of the board for the fiscal year, as 
determined under section 23 of the grant regulation. 

ii. Calculate the part of the ESL/ESD amount for the board that is generated by elementary school pupils of the 
board, as follows: 

A. Multiply $2,834 by the total of the amounts that would be determined under clauses 25 (1) (a) to (c) of the 
grant regulation if only elementary school pupils of the board were counted. 

B. Take the amount set out for the board in Table 1 of the grant regulation opposite the name of the board. 

C. Divide the amount referred to in sub-subparagraph B by the day school A.D.E. for the board, counting only 
pupils of the board. 

D. Multiply the result obtained under sub-subparagraph C by the day school A.D.E. for the board, counting 
only elementary school pupils of the board. 

E. Add the amounts calculated under sub-subparagraphs A and D. 

iii. Add the amount referred to in subparagraph i and the amount determined under subparagraph ii. 

4. In the case of a French-language district school board, determine an amount on account of the language allocation for 
elementary school pupils, as follows: 

i. Multiply by $412 the number of elementary school pupils of the board on October 3 1 , 2003. 

ii. Divide the ALF funding level for the board for the fiscal year, as determined under section 28 of the grant 
regulation, by the total number of elementary and secondary instructional units for ALF purposes for the fiscal 
year, as determined for the board under that section. Multiply the result by the total number of elementary 
instructional units for ALF purposes. 

iii. Calculate the part of the PDF funding level for the board for the fiscal year, as determined under section 28 of the 
grant regulation, that is generated by elementary school pupils of the board. 

iv. Total the amounts determined under subparagraphs i, ii and iii. 

5. Add the part of the small schools amount for the board for the fiscal year, as determined under section 29 of the grant 
regulation, that relates to the board's elementary schools and the elementary school principals amount for the board for 
the fiscal year, as determined under that section. 

6. Determine an amount on account of the remote and rural allocation for elementa