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LIBRARY I f^F ONIY 



LAW LIBRARY 

HAY 30 1985 

FAOItlV OF UW 



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TABLE (F REGULATIONS 
FILED UNDER THE REGULATIONS ACT 
TO THE 31st DAY OF lECEMBER, 1981* • 



Showing the Regulations contained in Revised Regulations of Ontario, 198O, 
regulations under the Parkway Belt Planning and Development Act and certain 
regulations under the Planning Act shown in the Schedule to Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 198O, and subsequent Regulations filed to the 
31st day of December, 198^1. 



R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



ABANDONED ORCHARDS ACT 

General 

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE ACT 

Fees and Allowances - Provincial Court 
(Civil Division) 

Fees and Expenses - 

Court Reporters 

(revoked by 282/82) 

Court Reporters and 

Court Monitors 

amended 

General 

amended 

(revoked by 794 /8'4) 

Jurors and Crown Witnesses 

amended 

Justices of the Peace 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Non-.Salaried Court Reporters 

and Court Monitors 

(revoked by 36/84) 

Sheriff's Officers, Process 

Servers, Escorts and 

Municipal Police Forces 



795/84 Jan. 5/85 



36/84 Feb. 11/84 
404/84 July 14/84 



281/82 May 15/82 



281/82 May 15/82 



281/82 May 15/82 

399/84 July 07/84 

404/84 July 14/84 

676/84 Nov. 10/84 



282/82 May 15/82 



794/84 Jan. 5/85 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. 
1980 



O.Reg. 



Date of 
Gazette 



Fees - 

Construction Liens 

amended 

Sheriffs 

Eunended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

(revoked by 811/84) 

Sheriffs 

Supreme Court and County Courts.... 

amended 

amended 

amended 

(revoked by 812/84) 

Supreme Court and District 

Court 

Unified Family Court 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Investigation Fee - Official Guardian, 
(revoked by 495/81) 

Investigation Fee - Official Guardian. 

amended 

amended 

Kilometre Allowances 

amended 

To Amend Certain Regulations 

AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATIONS ACT 

Designation of Associations 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT FINANCE ACT 

Interest Rate 



10 



158/83 
405/84 


Apr. 
July 


02/83 
14/84 


278/81 
281/82 
245/83 
404/84 


May 
May 
May 
July 


23/81 
15/82 
14/83 
14/84 


811/84 


Jan. 


5/85 


281/82 
245/83 
404/84 


May 
May 
July 


15/82 
14/83 
14/84 


812/84 


Jan. 


5/85 


281/82 

245/83 

37/84 

404/84 


May 
May 
Feb. 
July 


15/82 
14/83 
11/84 
14/84 



495/81 Aug. 8/81 
244/83 May 14/83 
366/84 June 23/84 



283/82 
404/84 



May 15/82 
July 14/84 



281/82 May 15/82 



611/81 Oct. 3/81 

852/82 Jan. 15/83 

99/83 Mar. 5/83 

413/84 July 14/84 



11 



AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES ACT 



General. . . . 
amended. 



12 



107/83 Mar. 12/83 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. Date of 

1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



AGRICULTURAL TILE DRAINAGE INSTALLATION ACT 

General 13 

amended 

AMBULANCE ACT 

General Ilj 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

ANAT»1Y ACT 

General 15 

amended 

ANIMALS FOR RESEARCH ACT 

General 16 

Pounds 17 

Research Facilities and Supply Facilities 18 

Transportation ig 

APPRENTICESHIP AND TRADESMEN'S QUALIFICATION ACT 

Air Cooled and Marine Engine Mechanic 20 

Alignment and Brakes Mechanic 21 

Auto Body Repairer 22 

Automatic Machinist 

Automotive Machinist 23 

Automotive Painter 2^ 

Baker 25 

(revoked by 498/81) 

Baker 

Brick and Stone Mason 26 

Cement Mason 27 

Construction Boilermaker 28 

Construction Millwright 29 

Cook 30 

Dry Cleaners 31 



85/83 Feb. 2&'/83 



627/81 


Oct. 


10/81 


571/82 


Sept. 


11/82 


832/82 


Jan. 


8/83 


54/84 


Feb. 


18/84 


542/84 


Sept. 


8/84 



216/81 Apr. 25/81 



28/84 Feb. 



4/84 



498/81 Aug. 15/81 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



Electrician 32 

Farm Equipment Mechanic 33 

Fitter (Structural Steel/Platework) 3H 

Fuel and Electrical Systems Mechanic 35 

General 36 

amended 

amended 

amended 

General Carpenter 37 

General Machinist 38 

Glazier and Metal Mechanic 39 

Hairstyling Schools 40 

amended 

Hairstylist 41 

Heavy Duty Equipment Mechanic 42 

Hoisting Engineer 

Industrial Mechanic (Millwright) 43 

Industrial Woodworker 

Iron Workers 44 

Lather 45 

Lineman 46 

amended 

Motor Vehicle Mechanic 47 

Motorcycle Mechanic 48 

Mould Maker 4g 

Painter 50 

amended 

Plasterers 5I 

Plumbers 52 

Printer 53 

Radio and Television Service Technician 54 

Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning 

Mechanic 55 



246/81 May 9/8I 
75/83 Feb. 12/83 
52/84 Feb. 18/84 



728/81 Nov. 14/81 



619/82 Oct. 9/82 



873/81 Jan. 16/82 



150/82 Apr. 3/82 



378/81 June 20/81 



TABLE CF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



Service Station Attendant 

(revoked by 100/84) 

Service Station Attendant 

(revoking Reg.) 

Sheet Metal Worker 

Sprinkler eind Fire Protection Installer. 

Steamf itters 

Tool and Die Maker 

Transmission Mechanic 

Truck -Trailer Repairer 

Watch Repairers 

ARBITRATIONS ACT 

Fees Chargeable by Arbitrators 

ARCHITECTS ACT 

(now Architects Act, 1984 
-see S.O. 1984, c.12) 

Complaints 

(revoked by 517/84) 

AROilTECTS ACT, 1984 

General 

amended 

ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION OF LIVE STOCK ACT 
General 

ASSESSMENT ACT 

Application for Direction of School 
Support 

(revoked by 798/82) 

Application for Direction of School 
Support 

Assessment Areas and Regions 

(revoked by 144/82) 

Assessment Areas and Regions 

Assessment Notices 

(revoked by 797/82) 

Assessment Notices (revoking Reg.) 



56 



57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 

64 



65 



66 



67 



68 



100/84 Mar. 



3/84 



517/84 Sept. 1/84 
810/84 Jan. 5/85 



641/82 Oct. 16/82 



798/82 Dec. 25/82 



144/82 Mar. 27/82 



797/82 Dec. 25/82 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



Equalization of Assessments Made Under 
Section 63 of the Assessment Act 

Equalization of Assessments Made Under 
Section 63 of the Assessment Act 

Equalization of Assessments Made Under 
Section 63 of the Assessment Act 

Equalization of Assessments Made Under 
Section 63 of the Assessment Act 

Equalization of Assessments Made Under 
Section 63 of the Assessment Act 

Equalization of Assessments Made Under 
Section 63 of the Assessment Act 

Equalization of Assessments Made Under 
Section 63 of the Assessment Act 

Equalization of Assessments Made Under 
Section 63 of the Assessment Act 

Equalization of Assessments Made Under 
Section 63 of the Assessment Act 

Equalization of Assessments Made Under 
Section 63 of the Assessment Act 

Equalization of Assessments Made Under 
Section 63 of the Assessment Act 

Interior Information Questionnaire 

Municipal Enumeration Notice 

(revoked by 59^/82) 

Municipal Enumeration Notice 

Pipe Line Rates 

Pipe Line Rates 

Pipe Line Rates in Muskoka and 

Parry Sound 

Postponement of 198I Census 

Property Income Questionnaire 

ASSESSMENT REVIEW COURT ACT 

(now Assessment Review Board Act 
- see S.O. 1982, c. HO, s.1) 

Procedure 

(revoked by 419/84) 



69 
70 

71 

72 
73 



4/81 Jan. 24/81 

5/81 Jan. 24/81 

32/81 Feb. 14/81 

760/81 Nov. 28/81 

866/81 Jan. 19/82 

867/81 Jan. 19/82 

787/82 Dec. 18/82 

9/83 Jan. 22/83 

51/83 Feb. 5/83 

15/84 Jan. 28/84 

95/84 March 3/84 



594/82 Sept. 18/82 



316/83 June 11/83 



589/81 Sept. 12/81 



74 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



ASSESSMENT REVIEW BOARD ACT 
Procedure 

ATHLETICS CONTROL ACT 

Amount of Tax 

General 



75 
76 



419/8U July m/8U 



- t*),>sn i i ..^-^ 



BAILIFFS ACT 

General 77 

aimended 

BARRIE-INNISFIL ANNEXATION ACT, I98I 

Wards and Composition of Council 

BEACH PROTECTION ACT 

General 78 

BEEF CATTLE MARKETING ACT 

Licence Fees 79 

amended 

amended 

Weighing of Beef Carcasses 80 

amended 

Weighing of Live Cattle 

BEES ACT 

General 8I 

BILLS OF SALE ACT 

General 82 

amended 

BLIND PERSONS' RIGHTS ACT 

Dog Guides 83 

BOILERS AND PRESSURE VESSELS ACT 

General 8M 

amended 

amended 



610/83 Oct. 15/83 



298/82 May 22/82 



651/81 Oct. 17/81 
276/82 May 8/82 



311/82 June 12/82 
340/82 June 12/82 



138/84 March 17/84 



179/82 Apr. 10/82 
640/83 Oct. 29/83 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



BOUNDARIES ACT 

General 85 

amended 

BRANTFORD-BRANT ANNEXATION ACT, I98O 

Order of the Minister - Transitional 

Mill Rates - I982 

Order of the Minister - Transitional 

Mill Rates - 1983 

Order of the Minister - Transitional 

Mill Rates - 1984 

Wards and Composition of Council 

and Public Utilities Commission 

BRUCELLOSIS ACT 

Vaccination 86 

BUILDING COIE ACT 

General 87 

amended 

amended 

amended 

(revoked by 583/83) 

General 

amended 

BUSINESS CORPORATIONS ACT 

Names 88 

(revoked by 446/83) 

BUSINESS CORPORATIONS ACT, 1982 

General 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

C 

CEMETERIES ACT 

Closings and Removals 89 

amended 

amended 

amended 



133/84 March 17/84 

531/82 Aug. 21/82 

575/83 Sept. 24/83 

380/84 June 30/84 

153/82 Apr. 3/82 



103/81 Mar, 14/81 
230/81 Apr. 25/81 
720/81 Nov. 14/81 



583/83 Oct. 8/83 
549/84 Sept. 8/84 



446/83 


July 


30/83 


678/83 


Nov. 


12/83 


199/84 


April 


14/84 


669/84 


Nov. 


10/84 


778/84 


Dec. 


22/84 



472/81 Aug. 1/81 
824/82 Jan. 1/83 
839/82 Jan. 8/83 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



amended 

cunended 

cunended 

cunended 

amended 

General 

Trust Funds 

amended 

amended 

CENTENNIAL CENTRE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY ACT 

Fees 

amended 

amended 

amended 

CERTIFICATICW OF TITLES ACT 

General 

amended 

amended 

amended 

CHANGE OF NAJt ACT 

Fees and Forms 

CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS ACT 

General 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 



R.R.O. 




Date of 


1980 


O.Reg. 


Gazette 




179/83 


Apr. 16/83 




240/83 


May. 14/83 




763/83 


Dec. 24/83 




176/84 


Apr. 7/84 




403/84 


July 14/84 


90 






91 








222/81 


Apr. 25/81 




223/81 


Apr. 25/81 



92 



93 



94 



95 



211/82 Apr. 24/82 

77/84 Feb. 25/84 

294/84 May 19/84 



595/82 Sept. 18/82 
134/84 March 17/84 
581/84 Sept. 29/84 



49/81 


Feb. 


21/81 


187/81 


Apr. 


11/81 


271/81 


May 


16/81 


481/81 


Aug. 


1/81 


615/81 


Oct. 


3/81 


698/81 


Nov. 


7/81 


814/81 


Dec. 


26/81 


69/82 


Feb. 


20/82 


311/82 


May 


22/82 


455/82 


July 


17/82 


549/82 


Aug. 


21/82 


553/82 


Aug. 


21/82 


720/82 


Nov. 


13/82 


71/83 


Feb. 


12/83 


274/83 


May. 


21/83 


461/83 


Aug. 


6/83 


580/83 


Oct. 


1/83 


648/83 


Oct. 


29/83 


697/83 


Nov. 


19/83 


729/83 


Dec. 


10/83 


766/83 


Dec. 


24/83 


63/84 


Feb. 


18/84 


79/84 


Feb. 


25/84 


310/84 


June 


2/84 


327/84 


June 


9/84 



10 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



amended 

amended 

amended 

CHILD WELFARE ACT 

General 96 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Practice and Procedure of Societies 97 

CHILDREN'S INSTITUTIONS ACT 

General 98 

amended 

amended 

CHILDREN'S LAW REFORM ACT 

Forms 99 

CHILDREN'S MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES ACT 

General 100 

amended 

amended 

amended 

CHILDREN'S RESIMINTIAL SERVICES ACT 

General 101 

amended 

amended 

amended 

(revoked by 28/83 But SEE section 59(2) of 
O.Reg. 28/83) 

General 

CHIROPODY ACT 

General 102 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Eimended 

CITY OF TORONTO I98I ASSESSMENT COMPLAINTS ACT, 1982 
Property Omitted from Schedule 

COLLECTION AGENCIES ACT 

General 103 

amended 



496/84 Aug. 18/84 
627/84 Oct. 20/84 
704/84 Nov. 17/84 



72/81 Mar. 7/81 

787/81 Dec. 5/81 

102/82 Mar. 6/82 

484/82 July 31/82 



815/81 Dec. 26/81 
730/83 Dec. 10/83 



816/81 


Dec. 


26/81 


145/83 


Mar. 


26/83 


521/83 


Sept. 


3/83 



817/81 

760/82 

29/83 



Dec. 26/81 
Dec. 4/82 
Feb. 5/83 



28/83 Feb. 5/83 



169/81 


Apr. 


11/81 


590/81 


Sept, 


12/81 


24/83 


Jan. 


29/83 


18/84 


Jan. 


28/84 



812/82 Jan. 



1/83 



137/81 Mar. 28/81 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



11 



amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

COMMISSIONERS FOR TAKING AFFIDAVITS ACT 

Fees 

amended 

C0NH3DITY BOARDS AND MARKETING AGENCIES ACT 



R.R.O. 




Date of 


1980 


O.Reg. 


Gazette 




701/81 


Nov. 7/81 




147/82 


Apr. 3/82 




346/82 


June 12/82 




590/83 


Oct. 1/83 




615/83 


Oct. 15/83 



104 



368/84 June 23/84 



Levies - 

Cream 105 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Milk 

Levies or Charges - 

Chicken 

amended 

amended 

Chicken (Over Quota) 

amended 

amended 

Cream 

Eggs 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Fowl 

Milk 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Turkeys 113 

)DITY FUTURES ACT 

General 114 

amended 

amended 

amended 

JNITY PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITALS ACT 

General 115 

Grants 116 





379/82 
855/82 
482/83 


June 
Jan. 
Aug. 


19/82 
15/83 
20/83 


106 








107 


106/83 
779/83 


Mar. 
Dec. 


12/83 
31/83 


108 


33/81 
773/84 


Feb. 
Dec. 


14/81 
22/84 


109 








110 


462/81 

98/83 

713/83 


July 
Mar. 
Nov. 


25/81 

5/83 

26/83 


111 








112 


275/82 
518/82 
814/82 
514/83 
512/84 


May 

Aug. 

Jan. 

Aug. 

Aug. 


8/82 
14/82 

1/83 
27/83 
25/84 



226/81 Apr. 25/81 
809/82 Dec. 25/82 
622/84 Oct. 20/84 



12 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



COMMUNITY RECREATION CENTRES ACT 

General 1 17 

COMMUTER SERVICES ACT 

Dial-A-Bus Service 118 

COMPULSORY AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE ACT 

Certificate of Insurance 1 19 

(revoked by 402/81) 

Certificate of Insurance 

Exemptions 120 

CONDOMINIUM ACT 

General 121 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Surveys and The Description 122 

amended 

amended 

CONSERVATION AUTHORITIES ACT 

Conservation Areas - 

Ausable - Bayfield 123 

Cataraqui Region 1 24 

Catfish Creek 125 

Central Lake Ontario 126 

Credit Valley 127 

Crowe Valley 128 

Essex Region 129 

Ganaraska Region 130 

Grand River 131 

Hamilton Region 1 32 

Halton Region 1 33 

Kettle Creek Region 1 34 

Long Point Region 135 

Lower Thames Valley I36 



402/81 July 4/81 



348/82 June 12/82 
165/83 Apr. 9/83 
582/84 Sept. 29/84 



133/81 Mar. 28/81 
349/82 June 12/82 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



13 



R.R.O. Date of 

1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



Maitland Valley 137 

Mattagami Valley 1 38 

Metropolitan Toronto and Region 139 

Napanee Region 1 ^40 

Niagara Peninsula IMI 

North Grey Region 142 

Nottawasaga Valley 1 U3 

Otonabee Region 144 

Prince Edward Region 145 

Rideau Valley 146 

St. Clair Region 147 

Sauble Valley 148 

Saugeen Valley 149 

Sault Ste. Marie Region 150 

South Lake Siracoe 151 

Upp)er Thames River 152 

Fill - 

Ausable River 153 

(revoked by 544/84) 

Grand Valley 154 

Moira River 155 

Spencer Creek 156 

Fill and Alteration to Waterways - 

Long Point Region 157 

(revoked by 545/84) 

Raisin Region 158 

Sault St. Marie Region 

Fill, Construction and Alteration to Waterways - 
Ausable-Bay field 

Cataraqui Region 159 

Catfish Creek I60 

Central Lake Ontario I6I 



683/81 Oct. 31/81 



544/84 Sept. 8/84 



14 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



Credit Valley 

Essex Region. 

amended 

Gcinaraska Region 

Conservation Authority 

Grand River 

Halton Region 

Hami Iton Region 

Kettle Creek 

Lakehead Region 

Long Point Region 

Conservation Authority 

Lower Thames Valley 

Maitland Valley 

amended 

Mattagami Region 

Metropolitan Toronto and Region. 

Niagara Peninsula 

Nickel District 

North Grey 

Nottawasaga Valley 

amended 

Otonabee Region 

Rideau Valley 

St. Clair Region 

Sauble Valley 

Saugeen Valley 

South Lake Simcoe 

Upper Thames River 

amended 

CONSOLIDATED HEARINGS ACT, I98I 

Hearings 

amended 

Redhill Creek Expressway 



162 



163 

16U 

165 
166 

167 
168 



730/82 Nov. 20/82 
781/84 Dec. 29/84 

576/84 Sept. 29/84 



545/84 Sept. 8/84 





503/81 
313/84 


Aug. 
June 


15/81 
2/84 


169 








170 










220/81 


Apr. 


25/81 


171 








172 








173 


423/83 


July 


16/83 


174 








175 








176 








177 








178 








179 








180 









395/84 July 7/84 



688/81 
200/82 



Oct. 
Apr. 



31/81 
17/82 



194/84 Apr. 14/84 



TABLE CF REGULATIONS 



IS 



R.R.O, 
1980 



Date of 
O.Reg. Gazette 



CONSTRUCTION LIEN ACT, 1983 

General 

CONSUNER PROTECTION ACT 

General 181 

amended 

amended 

amended 

CONSUNER REPORTING ACT 

General 182 

amended 

amended 

CO-OPERATIVE CORPORATIONS ACT 

General 183 

CO-OPERATIVE LOANS ACT 

General 18M 

CORONERS ACT 

General 185 

amended 

amended 

cimended 

amended 

CORPORATIONS ACT 

Evidence of Bona Fides on Applications 

(revoked by 152/82) 

General 

(revoked by 152/82) 

General 

amended 

cimended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Insider Trading and Proxy Solicitation 188 

(revoked by 152/82) 



159/83 Apr. 2/83 



102/81 Mar. lU/81 
702/81 Nov. 7/81 
611/83 Oct. 15/83 



3U5/82 June 12/82 
616/83 Oct. 15/83 



648/81 Oct. 17/81 

533/82 Aug. 21/82 

67/84 Feb. 18/84 

302/84 May 26/84 



186 

1ft7 








10/ 


152/82 


Apr. 


3/82 




519/82 


Aug. 


14/82 




674/82 


Oct. 


23/82 




677/83 


Nov. 


12/83 




200/84 


Apr. 


14/84 




668/84 


Nov. 


10/84 




779/84 


Dec. 


22/84 



CORPORATIONS INFORMATION ACT 

General 

amended 

amended 



189 



838/82 Jan. 8/83 
202/84 Apr. 14/84 



16 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



CORPORATION SECURITIES REGISTRATION ACT 

Fees 

amended 

amended 

amended 

CORPORATIONS TAX ACT 

General 

amended 

cimended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

COSTS OF DISTRESS ACT 

Costs 

COUNTY COURTS ACT 

Sittings of the County Court for the 
Judicial District of Waterloo 

(expired) 

Sittings of the County Court for the 

Judicial District of Haldimand 

(expired) 

Sittings of the County Court for the 

Judicial District of Peel 

(expired) 

Sittings of the County Court for the 

Counties and Districts of Ontario 

(expired) 

Sittings of the District Court for the 

District of Muskoka 

(expired) 

Sittings of the County and District Courts 

for the Judicial District of Peel 

(expired) 

Sittings of the County Court for the 

Counties and Districts of Ontario 

(expired) 

Sitting of the County Court for the 

Judicial District of Hamilton-Wentworth 

(expired) 



190 



191 



192 



676/83 Nov. 12/83 
201/84 Apr. 14/84 
670/84 Nov. 10/84 



36/82 Feb. 

245/82 May 

254/82 May 

268/82 May 

466/83 Aug. 

511/83 Aug. 

756/83 Dec. 

647/84 Oct. 



13/82 

1/82 

1/82 

8/82 

6/83 

27/83 

17/83 

27/84 



10/81 Jan. 31/81 



11/81 Jan. 31/81 



341/81 June 6/8 1 



853/81 Jan. 9/82 



385/82 June 19/82 



386/82 June 19/82 



828/82 Jan. 8/83 



27/83 Jan. 29/83 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



17 



R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



Sittings of the District Court for the 
District of Kenora 

(expired) 

Sittings of the County Court for the 
Judicial District of York 

(expired) 

Sittings of the County Court for the 

Judicial District of Peel 

(expired) 

Sittings of the County Court for the 

District of Parry Sound 

(expired) 

Sittings of the County Court for the 
County of Perth 

(expired) 

Sittings of the County Court for the 
Districts and Counties of Ontario 

Sittings of the County Court for the 
Counties of Peterborough, Prescott and 
Russell, Lamb ton and Wellington 

Sittings of the County Court for the 
Judicial District of Peel 

Sittings of the County Court for the 
County of Perth 

COUNTY JUDGES ACT 

County and District Court Districts 

COURTS OF JUSTICE ACT, 198^4 

Designated Courts - 

Bilingual Proceedings 

District Court of Ontario 

Duties of Clerks and Bailiffs 

of the Provincial Court 

(Civil Division) 

Rules of Civil Procedure 

amended 

Rules of Practice and Procedure- 
Unified Family Court 

amended 

amended 

Rules of the Provincial Court 

(Civil Division) 



193 



17U/83 


Apr. 


16/83 


338/83 


June 


25/83 


339/83 


June 


25/83 


433/83 


July 


23/83 


43^4/83 


July 


23/83 


764/83 


Dec. 


24/83 


16/84 


Jan. 


28/84 


17/84 


Jan. 


28/84 


373/84 


June 


30/84 



939 



806/84 Jan. 5/85 

785/84 Dec. 29/84 

796/84 Jan. 5/85 

560/84 Sept. 22/84 

786/84 Dec. 29/84 



653/82 Oct. 16/82 
807/84 Jan. 5/85 



797/84 Jan. 5/85 



I 



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R.R.O. Date of 

1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



Rules of the Provincial Court 

(Family Division) 810 

amended 

amended 

CREDIT UNIONS AND CAISSES POPULAIRES ACT 

Credit Union Leagues 194 

amended 

Designations Under Section 84 of the Act 

General 195 

amended 

Membership in Credit Unions I96 

Membership in Credit Union Leagues 

CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

Arbitration Proceedings I97 

amended 

Crop Insurance Plan - 

Apples 198 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Asparagus 

Beets 199 

(revoked by 313/81) 

Black Tobacco 200 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Bur ley Tobacco 201 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Cabbage and Carrots 202 

(revoked by 313/81) 

Carrots 

amended 

amended 

Cauliflower 203 

(revoked by 313/81) 



652/82 Oct. 
808/84 Jan. 



768/81 

37/83 

754/83 

796/83 

82/84 



376/81 
307/83 
573/83 
464/84 



375/81 
308/83 
572/83 
463/84 



16/82 
5/85 



59/81 Feb. 21/81 

802/82 Dec. 25/82 

744/83 Dec. 17/83 

58/81 Feb. 21/81 

81/84 Feb. 25/84 



Dec. 5/81 

Feb. 5/83 

Dec. 17/83 

Jan. 7/84 

Feb. 25/84 



353/84 June 23/84 



June 20/81 

June 4/83 

Sept. 24/83 

Aug. 4/84 



June 20/81 

June 4/83 

Sept. 24/83 

Aug. 4/84 



217/82 


Apr. 


24/82 


271/83 


May. 


21/83 


461/84 


Aug. 


4/84 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



19 



R.R.O. 
1980 



O.Reg. 



Date of 
Gazette 



Coloured Beans 204 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Corn 205 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Cucumbers 

Flue-Cured Tobacco 206 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Fresh Market Crops 207 

(revoked by 313/81) 

Fruit and Vegetables now Specialty Crops 
(see 465/84) 

Grapes 208 

amended 

amended 

Green and Wax Beans 209 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Hay and Pasture 210 

amended 

amended , 

amended 

Hay Seeding Establishment 21 1 

amended 

L ima Beans 212 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Oil Seed 

Onions Grown from Seed 213 

amended 

cimended 

amended 

amended 

amended 



304/81 


May 


23/81 


92/82 


Mar. 


6/82 


215/82 


Apr. 


24/82 


44/83 


Feb. 


5/83 


141/84 


March 


17/84 


310/81 


May 


30/81 


89/82 


Mar. 


6/82 


45/83 


Feb. 


5/83 


147/84 


March 


17/84 



462/84 Aug. 4/84 



311/81 


May 


30/81 


94/82 


Mar. 


6/82 


630/82 


Oct. 


9/82 


388/83 


July 


9/83 


359/84 


June 


23/84 


511/84 


Aug. 


25/84 



769/81 
793/82 


Dec. 
Dec. 


5/81 

18/82 


504/82 
263/83 
355/84 


Aug. 

May 

June 


7/82 
21/83 
23/84 


50/83 
145/84 
466/84 


Feb. 

March 

Aug. 


5/83 

17/84 

4/84 


146/84 


March 


17/84 


350/81 
503/82 
358/84 


June 
Aug. 
June 


13/81 

7/82 

23/84 



297/84 May 26/84 



287/81 


May 


23/81 


220/82 


Apr. 


24/82 


750/82 


Nov. 


27/82 


265/83 


May 


21/83 


460/84 


Aug. 


4/84 



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TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. 
1980 



O.Reg, 



Date of 
Gazette 



Onions Grown from Sets. 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Peaches 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Pears 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Peas 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Peppers 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Plums 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Popping Corn 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Potatoes 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Rutabagas 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Seed Corn 

Sour Cherries 

amended 

cunended 



214 





286/81 


May 


23/81 




221/82 


Apr. 


24/82 




751/82 


Nov. 


27/82 




26M/83 


May 


21/83 




361/84 


June 


23/84 


215 










770/81 


Dec. 


5/81 




794/82 


Dec. 


18/82 




38/83 


Feb. 


5/83 




794/83 


Jan. 


7/84 


216 










771/81 


Dec. 


5/81 




753/82 


Nov. 


27/82 




39/83 


Feb. 


5/83 




795/83 


Jan. 


7/84 


217 










289/81 


May 


23/81 




307/82 


May 


22/82 




273/83 


May 


21/83 




357/84 


June 


23/84 


218 










404/81 


July 


4/81 




95/82 


Mar. 


6/82 




270/83 


May 


21/83 




459/84 


Aug. 


4/84 


219 










772/81 


Dec. 


5/81 




754/82 


Nov. 


27/82 




40/83 


Feb. 


5/83 




797/83 


Jan. 


7/84 




312/81 


May 


30/81 




96/82 


Mar. 


6/82 




218/82 


Apr. 


24/82 




269/83 


May 


21/83 




314/81 


May 


30/81 




97/82 


Mar. 


6/82 




49/83 


Feb. 


5/83 




142/84 


Mar. 


17/84 




315/81 


May 


30/81 




98/82 


Mar. 


6/82 




223/82 


Apr. 


24/82 




268/83 


May 


21/83 




510/84 


Aug. 


25/84 


220 








221 










773/81 


Dec. 


5/81 




755/82 


Nov. 


27/82 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



21 



R.R.O. 
1980 



O.Reg. 



Date of 
Gazette 



amended , 

amended 

Soybeans 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

(revoked by 297/81) 

Spanish Onions 

amended 

amended , 

amended ■ 

amended 

Specialty Crops — . , 

amended 

amended 

amended , 

Spring Grain , 

amended , 

amended , 

amended , 

amended 

Sweet Cherries 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Sweet Corn 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Tomatoes 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Vine Crops 

(revoked by 313/81) 

White Beans 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Winter Wheat 

amended 

amended 

amended 





142/83 


Feb. 


5/83 




798/83 


Jan. 


7/84 


222 










309/81 


May 


30/81 




90/82 


Mar. 


6/82 




i46/83 


Feb. 


5/83 




lMU/8it 


Mar. 


17/84 




316/81 


May 


30/81 




222/82 


Apr. 


24/82 




752/82 


Nov. 


27/82 




267/83 


May 


21/83 




360/84 


June 


23/84 




313/81 


May 


30/81 




219/82 


Apr. 


24/82 




266/83 


May 


21/83 




465/84 


Aug. 


4/84 


223 










306/81 


May 


23/81 




91/82 


Mar. 


6/82 




47/83 


Feb. 


5/83 




140/84 


Mar. 


17/84 


224 










774/81 


Dec. 


5/81 




795/82 


Dec. 


18/82 




41/83 


Feb. 


5/83 




799/83 


Jan. 


7/84 


225 










290/81 


May 


23/81 




308/82 


May 


22/82 




272/83 


May 


21/83 




362/84 


June 


23/84 


226 










291/81 


May 


23/81 




309/82 


May 


22/82 




309/83 


June 


4/83 




356/84 


June 


23/84 


227 








228 










305/81 


May 


23/81 




93/82 


Mar. 


6/82 




216/82 


Apr. 


24/82 




48/83 


Feb. 


5/83 




139/84 


March 


17/84 


229 










99/82 


Mar. 


6/82 




571/83 


Sept. 


24/83 




635/84 


Oct. 


27/84 



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R.R.O. 
1980 



O.Reg, 



Date of 
Gazette 



Designation of Insurable Crops 230 

amended 288/8 1 

amended 306/82 

amended 305/83 

amended 298/84 

amended 354/84 

General 231 

amended 43/83 

amended 143/84 

amended 363/84 



May 23/81 

May 22/82 

June 4/83 

May 26/84 

June 23/84 



Feb. 5/83 
March 17/84 
June 23/84 



CROWN EMPLOYEES COLLECTIVE BARGAINING ACT 

General 

Rules of Procedure 

CROWN TIMBER ACT 

General 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

cimended 

amended 

amended 

amended 



232 
233 

234 



175/81 


Apr. 11/81 


621/81 


Oct. 10/81 


853/82 


Jan. 15/83 


854/82 


Jan. 15/83 


248/83 


May 14/83 


151/84 


March 24/84 


166/84 


March 31/84 


393/84 


July 7/84 


476/84 


Aug. 18/84 



DAY NURSERIES ACT 

General 235 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

(revoked by 760/83) 

General 

amended 

amended 

amended 

DEAD ANIMAL DISPOSAL ACT 

General 236 

MINTAL TECHNICIANS ACT 

General 237 

amended 



818/81 Dec. 26/81 

166/82 Apr. 3/82 

298/83 June 4/83 

401/83 July 16/83 



760/83 Dec. 17/83 

500/84 Aug. 18/84 

533/84 Sept. 1/84 

592/84 Sept. 29/84 



710/82 Nov. 13/82 



TABLE QP REGULATIONS 



23 



R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



MINTURE THERAPISTS ACT 

General 238 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

DEPOSITS REGULATION ACT 

General 239 

EEVELOPMENT CORPORATIONS ACT 

Approval of Loans and Guarantees 240 

Ontario International Corporation 241 

amended 

amended 

amended 

MlVELOPbENTAL SERVICES ACT 

General 2U2 

amended 

amended 

amended 

DISTRICT OF PARRY SOUND LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT, 1979 

Authority to Acquire Land - Township 

of The Archipelago 

Order of the Minister 

(this Reg. amends O.Reg. 199/80 
see Schedule to R.R.O. 198O) 

DISTRICT WELFARE ADMINISTRATION BOARDS ACT 

Application for Grant Under 

Section 10 of the Act 213 

amended 

DOG LICENSING AND LIVE STOCK AND POULTRY PROTECTIO* ACT 

Application for Payment of a Grant 2UU 

Dogs at Large in Unorganized Areas 2M5 

DRAINAGE ACT 

Forms 2U6 

amended 

Rules of Practice and Procedure 

to be followed in all Proceedings 

before the Referee 2H7 



667/81 Oct. 24/81 

562/82 Aug, 28/82 

46/84 Feb. 11/84 

291/84 May 19/84 



325/83 June 11/83 
755/83 Dec. 17/83 
113/84 March 10/84 



608/81 Sept. 26/81 

80/84 Feb. 25/84 

334/84 June 16/84 



750/81 Nov. 28/81 
66/81 Feb. 28/81 



609/83 Oct. 15/83 



300/81 May 23/81 



24 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



DRUGLESS PRACTITIONERS ACT 

Chiropractors 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Classifications 

amended 

General 

amended 

amended 

Masseurs 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Osteopaths 

cimended 

Physiotherapists , 

amended , 

amended 

amended 

aunended 

E 

EDIBLE OIL PRODUCTS ACT 

General 

amended 

EDUCATION ACT 

Apportionment 198O Requisitions 

(this Reg. amends O.Reg. 230/80 - 
see Schedule to R.R.O. I98O) 

Apportionment I98I Requisitions 

amended 

Apportionment 1982 Requisitions 

Apportionment I983 Requisitions 

Apportionment 1984 Requisitions 

Calculation of Amount of Reserve 

or Reduction in Requirement Resulting from 

Strike or Lock-out 

Calculation of Average Daily Enrolment 



248 





860/81 
521/82 
762/82 
20/84 
515/84 


Jan. 
Aug. 
Dec. 
Jan. 
Aug. 


9/82 
14/82 

4/82 
28/84 
25/84 


249 


738/83 


Dec. 


17/83 


250 


242/81 
19/84 


May 
Jan. 


9/81 
28/84 


251 


859/81 
277/82 
711/82 


Jan. 

May 

Nov. 


9/82 

8/82 

13/82 


252 


239/83 


M^y 


14/83 


253 


513/81 
638/83 
126/84 
614/84 


Aug. 
Oct. 
Mar. 
Oct. 


15/81 
15/83 
17/84 
13/84 



254 



296/84 May 26/84 



344/81 June 6/81 





129/81 
414/81 


Mar. 
July 


28/81 
4/81 




199/82 


Apr. 


17/82 




223/83 


Apr. 


30/83 




43/84 


Feb. 


11/84 


255 








256 









TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



25 



R.R.O. 
1980 



O.Reg. 



Date of 
Gazette 



Calculation of Fees for Pupils, 198I 

Calculation of Fees for Pupils, 1982 

Calculation of Fees for Pupils, 1983 

amended 

Calculation of Fees for Pupils 

County Combined Separate School Zones 257 

amended 

Designation of School Divisions in 
Territorial Districts 

amended 

amended 

amended 

District Ccmbined Separate School Zones 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

District School Areas 

amended 

Early School Leaving 

(revoked by 532/83) 

Elementary and Secondary Schools and 

Schools for Trainable Retarded 

Pupils - General 262 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Fees for Ministry Courses 263 

amended 

amended 

Fees for Transcripts and Statonents of 

Standing and for Duplicates of 

Diplomas, Certificates and Letters 

of Standing 264 



128/81 


Mar. 


28/81 


198/82 


Apr. 


17/82 


222/83 
279/84 


Apr. 
May 


30/83 
19/84 



42/84 Feb. 11/84 





418/81 


July 


4/81 


258 










706/83 


Nov. 


19/83 




563/84 


Sept. 


15/84 




735/84 


Dec. 


1/84 


259 










556/81 


Sept. 


5/81 




858/81 


Jan. 


9/82 




879/81 


Jan. 


16/82 




419/82 


July 


3/82 




568/82 


Sept. 


4/82 




74/83 


Feb. 


12/83 




637/83 


Oct. 


15/83 




124/84 


March 


10/84 




316/84 


June 


2/84 




671/84 


Nov. 


10/84 


260 










636/83 


Oct. 


15/83 


261 









416/81 July 4/81 

555/81 Sept. 5/81 

617/81 Oct. 3/81 

785/81 Dec. 5/81 

761/82 Dec. 4/82 



713/81 Nov. 7/81 
573/84 Sept. 29/84 



General Legislative Grants, 1979.. 
(this Reg. amends O.Reg. 108/79 - 
see Schedule to R.R.O. I98O) 



342/81 June 6/8 1 



26 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



General Legislative Grants, 198O 

(this Reg. amends O.Reg. 228/80 - 
see Schedule to R.R.O. 198O) 

General Legislative Grants, I98O 

(this Reg. amends O.Reg. 228/80 - 
see Schedule to R.R.O. 198O) 

General Legislative Grants, 198I 

amended 

amended 

General Legislative Grants, 1982 

amended 

General Legislative Grants, 1983 

amended 

General Legislative Grants, 1984 

James Bay Lowlands Secondary School Board., 
amended 

Legislative Grants 

North of Superior District Roman Catholic 

Separate School Board 

amended 

Ontario Schools for the Blind and 

the Deaf 

Ontario Teacher' s Qualifications 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Practice and Procedure - Boards 

of Reference 

Pupil Records 

Purchase of Mi Ik 

Regional Tribunals 

School Year and School Holidays 

(revoked by 822/82) 

School Year and School Holidays 

Special Education Identification Placement 
and Review Committees and Appeals 



273 



343/81 June 6/81 



55/83 Feb. 5/83 



127/81 Mar. 27/81 

56/83 Feb. 5/83 

415/83 July 16/83 

197/82 Apr. 17/82 

416/83 July 16/83 

221/83 Apr. 30/83 

280/84 May 19/84 

44/84 Feb. 11/84 



265 


739/82 


Nov. 


20/82 


266 








267 


418/82 


July 


3/82 


268 








269 


415/81 
417/81 
567/82 
288/83 
27/84 
231/84 
451/84 
474/84 


July 

July 

Sept. 

May 

Feb. 

Apr. 

July 

Aug. 


4/81 

4/81 

4/82 

28/83 

4/84 

28/84 

28/84 

18/84 


270 








271 








272 









71/84 Feb. 18/84 

822/82 Jan. 1/83 
554/81 Sept. 5/81 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



27 



R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



Special Education Programs and Services 274 

amended 

amended 

Special Grant 275 

Supervised Alternative Learning for 

Excused Pupils 

Supervisory Officers 276 

amended 

amended 

Teachers' Contracts 277 

The Northern District School Area Board 

ELIKRLY PERSONS CENTRES ACT 

General 278 

amended 

amended 

ELECTION ACT 

Fees and Expenses 279 

(revoked by 722/83) 

Fees and Expenses 

ELEVATING EGVICES ACT 

General 

amended 

EMPLOYMENT ACENCIES ACT 

General 280 

amended 

EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS ACT 

Ambulance Service Industry 281 

amended 

amended 

Benefit Plans 282 

Domestics and Nannies 283 

amended 

Fruit, Vegetable and Tobacco Harvesters 284 

amended 

amended 

General 285 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 



553/81 Sept. 5/81 
62/82 Feb. 20/82 



532/83 Sept. 3/83 



495/83 Aug. 20/83 
473/84 Aug. 18/84 



738/82 Nov. 20/82 



47/81 Feb. 21/81 
819/81 Dec, 26/81 



722/83 Dec. 3/83 



229/81 Apr. 25/81 
803/82 Dec. 25/82 



225/81 Apr. 25/81 



94/81 Mar. 14/81 
803/83 Jan. 7/84 



75/84 Feb. 25/84 



241/81 May 9/81 
342/84 June 16/84 



93/81 Mar. 14/81 

299/82 May 22/82 

802/83 Jan. 7/84 

189/84 Apr, 14/84 



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R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



Residential Care Workers 

Termination of Employment 286 

amended 

amended 

amended 

ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT 

Endangered Species 287 

cunended 

aimended 

ENERGY ACT 

Fuel Oil Code 288 

Gas Pipeline Systems 289 

(revoked by M50/84) 

Gas Pipeline Systems 

Gas Utilization Code 290 

(revoked by 826/82) 

Gas Utilization Code 

Oil Pipeline Transportation Systems 291 

amended 

amended 

Propane Storage, Handling and Utilization 

Code 292 

amended 

(revoked by 825/82) 

Propane Storage, Handling and Utilization 
Code 

amended 

amended 

amended 

ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

Designation - Fighting Island 

Rehabilitation 

Exemption - 

Corporation of the City of Hamilton 
- HAMI-C-1 

Corporation of the City of Owen Sound 

- OWEN-C-1 

Corporation of the Improvement Districts 
of Dubreuilville 

- DUBR-ID-2 



U40/82 July 10/82 



U95/82 Aug. 7/82 
531/83 Sept. 3/83 
301/84 May 26/84 



153/81 Apr. 4/81 
322/84 June 9/84 



450/84 July 28/84 



826/82 Jan. 1/83 



104/81 Mar. 14/81 
754/84 Dec. 15/84 



135/81 Mar. 28/81 



825/82 Jan. 1/83 

295/83 June 4/83 

522/84 Sept. 1/84 

838/84 Jan. 19/85 



807/82 Dec. 25/82 

257/83 May 21/83 

680/82 Oct. 30/82 

653/83 Oct. 29/83 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



29 



R.R.O. Date of 

1980 O.Reg, Gazette 



Corporation of the Township of Chapleau 

- CHAP-TP-1 

Corporation of the Township of Essa 

- Essa-TP-1 

Corporation of the Township of Sydenham 

- SYDE-TP-1 

Corporation of the Township of Sydenham 

- SYEe-TP-2 

Corporation of the Township of Tiny 

- TINY-TP-1 

County of Oxford 

-OXFO-CT-1 

County of Oxford 

-OXFO-CT-2 

Credit Valley Conservation Authority 

- CDV-0 1 

Credit Valley Conservation Authority 

- CDV-02 

Ganaraska Region Conservation Authority and 
the Corporation of the Town of Port Hope 

- PHOP-2 

Gloucester Hydro 

- CLOU-C-1 

Hamilton Region Conservation 

Authority - HMR - 01 

Highway No. 404 

Markham Hdyro-MARK-T-1 

Ministry of Citizenship and Culture 

- MCC-1 

Ministry of Energy - Energy-1 

Ministry of the Environment 

- MOE-21 

- MOE-22 

- MOE-24 

- MOE-23 

- MOE-24/2 

- MOE-25 



418/83 July 16/83 

1/83 Jan. 22/83 

196/83 Apr. 16/83 

600/84 Oct. 6/84 

599/84 Oct. 6/84 

410/82 July 3/82 

443/84 July 28/84 

484/83 Aug. 20/83 

324/84 June 9/84 

483/83 Aug. 20/83 

371/84 June 30/84 

468/82 July 24/82 

352/81 June 13/81 

641/84 Oct. 27/84 

279/82 May 15/82 

655/81 Oct. 17/81 

659/81 Oct. 17/81 

762/81 Nov. 28/81 

832/81 Jan. 2/82 

880/81 Jan. 16/82 

646/82 Oct. 16/82 

237/83 May 7/83 



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R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



- MOE-26 

- MOE-27 

Ministry of Government Services 

- MGS-il3 

- MGS-il4 

- MGS-il5 

- MGS-46 

- MGS-47 

- MGs-ng 

- MGS-48 

- MGS-50 

- MGS-5 1 

- MGS-52 

- MGS-53 

- MGS-5^ 

- MGS-55 

- MGS-56 

- MGS-57 

- MGS-58 

- MGS-59 

Ministry of Natural Resources 

- MNR-33 

- MNR-11/3 

- MNR-17/2 

- MNR-35 

- MNR-19/3 

- MNR-34 

- MNR-32/2 

- MNR-36 

- MNR-31/2 

- MNR-19/4 



664/83 


Oct, 


29/83 


179/8I4 


Apr. 


14/84 


23/81 


Feb. 


14/81 


318/81 


May 


30/81 


430/81 


July 


11/81 


658/8 1 


Oct. 


17/81 


761/81 


Nov. 


28/81 


170/82 


Apr. 


3/82 


263/82 


May 


8/82 


780/82 


Dec. 


11/82 


781/82 


Dec. 


11/82 


14/83 


Jan. 


22/83 


366/83 


July 


9/83 


35/84 


Feb. 


11/84 


34/84 


Feb. 


11/84 


273/84 


May 


19/84 


439/84 


July 


28/84 


440/84 


July 


28/84 


441/84 


July 


28/84 


164/81 


Apr. 


4/81 


284/81 


May 


23/81 


347/81 


June 


6/81 


373/81 


June 


20/81 


431/81 


July 


11/81 


433/81 


July 


11/81 


653/81 


Oct. 


17/81 


710/81 


Nov. 


7/81 


882/81 


Jan. 


16/82 


883/81 


Jan. 


16/82 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



31 



R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



- h®JR-37 

- MNR-II/M 

- MNR-30/2 

- MNR-39 ■ 

(revoked by 320/83) 

- MNR-38 

- MNR-UO , 

- MNR-35/2 

- ^«R-19/5 

- MNR-4 1 

- MNR-11/5 

- MNR-39/2 

- MNR-30/3 

- MNR-43 

- MNR-n/6 , 

- MNR-28/2 

- MNR-26/2 , 

- MJR-29/2 

- MNR-30/i< 

- M«R-11/7 

- MNR-26/3 

- MNR-i»6 

- MNR-47 

- WR-11/8 

- MNR-26/U 

- h«R-50 

- M4R-J49 

- MNR-39/3 

- Mffi-30/5 

- h«R-35/3 



19^4/82 Apr. 17/82 

261/82 May 8/82 

26M/82 May 8/82 

467/82 July 24/82 



614/82 


Oct. 


2/82 


681/82 


Oct. 


30/82 


10/83 


Jan. 


22/83 


11/83 


Jan. 


22/83 


12/83 


Jan. 


22/83 


13/83 


Jan. 


22/83 


320/83 


June 


11/83 


348/83 


June 


25/83 


364/83 


July 


9/83 


417/83 


July 


16/83 


654/83 


Oct. 


29/83 


655/83 


Oct. 


29/83 


656/83 


Oct. 


29/83 


723/83 


Dec. 


3/83 


2/84 


Jan. 


21/84 


221/84 


Apr. 


28/84 


226/84 


Apr. 


28/84 


338/84 


June 


16/84 


442/84 


July 


21/84 


444/84 


July 


28/84 


536/84 


Sept. 


1/84 


613/84 


Oct. 


13/84 


660/84 


Nov. 


3/84 


710/84 


Nov. 


17/84 


711/84 


Nov. 


17/84 



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TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



Ministry of Transportation and 
Coramuni cat ions 

- MrC-37 

- MrC-38 

- Mrc-39 

- MrC-40 

- MrC-42 

- Mrc-43 

- Mrc-41 

- Mrc-44 

- MrC-M5 

- MrC-47 

- Mrc-46 

- Mrc-48 

- wrc-50 

- Mrc-5 1 

- Mrc-52 

- Mrc-53 

Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto 

- MERO-1 

- MERO- 1/2 

Municipalities of Ontario 

- MUNI-1 

Ontario Energy Corporation 

- OEC-2/2 

- OEC-5 

Ontario Hydro 

- OH-23/2 

- OH-25 

- OH-26 

- OH-26/2 

- OH-27 

- OH-28 



115/81 


Mar. 


14/81 


191/81 


Apr. 


18/81 


257/81 


May 


16/81 


406/81 


July 


4/81 


U65/81 


July 


25/81 


654/81 


Oct. 


17/81 


657/81 


Oct. 


17/81 


660/81 


Oct. 


17/81 


735/81 


Nov. 


21/81 


736/81 


Nov. 


21/81 


737/81 


Nov. 


21/81 


739/81 


Nov. 


21/81 


16/83 


Jan. 


22/83 


148/83 


Apr. 


2/83 


707/83 


Nov. 


19/83 


809/83 


Jan. 


14/84 


881/81 


Jan. 


16/82 


215/83 


.Apr. 


30/83 



300/84 May 26/84 



656/81 


Oct. 


17/81 


884/81 


Jan. 


16/82 


875/81 


Jan. 


16/82 


169/82 


Apr. 


3/82 


539/82 


Aug. 


21/82 


682/82 


Oct. 


30/82 


2/83 


Jan. 


22/83 


342/83 


June 


25/83 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



33 



R.R.O. Date of 

1980 O.Reg, Gazette 



- OH-29 

- OH-30 

- OH-31 

Ontario Northland Transportation 
Commission 

- MNA-4 

- MNA-5 

- MNA-6 

- MNA-7 

St. Clair College of Applied Arts and 
Technology - MCU-2 , 

South Lake Simcoe Conservation 
Authority 

- CA-SLS-1 

- SLS-02 , 

- SLS-03 

The Corporation of the City of 

Oshawa - OSH-1 

The Corporation of the Improvement 
District of Dubreuilville - DUBR-1D-1.., 

The Corporation of the Town of 
Kapuskasing - MUN-TWN-KAP-1 

The Corporation of the Town of 

Kirk land Lake, Community of 

Swastika - KIRK-T-1 

The Corporation of the Town of 

Port Hope - PHOP-T-1 

The Corporation of the Township 

of Adelaide - ADEL-TP-1 

The Corporation of the City 

of Brockville - BROC-C-2 

The City of Toronto 

- TOR-2 

- TOR-2/1 

- TOR-3 

The City of Toronto and The City of 
Toronto Non-Profit Housing Corporation 

- TOR-1 



319/84 June 9/84 

320/84 June 9/84 

747/84 Dec. 8/84 

285/81 May 23/81 

106/82 Mar. 13/82 

107/82 Mar. 13/82 

54/83 Feb. 5/83 

19/81 Feb. 7/81 

379/81 June 20/81 

341/83 June 25/83 

340/83 June 25/83 

163/81 Apr. 4/81 

3/83 Jan. 22/83 

367/83 July 9/83 

601/84 Oct. 6/84 

788/81 Dec. 5/81 

776/82 Dec. 11/82 

779/82 Dec. 11/82 

256/81 May I6/8I 

647/82 Oct. 16/82 

15/83 Jan. 22/83 

126/81 Mar. 28/81 



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TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



- TOR-3 

The Corporation of the City of 
Mississauga - MISS-C-1 

The Corporation of the Village of 
Drayton 

- DRAY-V-1 

The Metropolitan Toronto Housing 

Company Limited - METR-M-1 

Toronto Area Transit Operating 

Authority - MrC-49 

Township of Huron - HUR-1 

Township of Kingston - MUN-1 

Township of Owens, Williamson and Idington 

- OWEN-TP-1 

Urban Transportation Development 
Corporation Ltd. Metro Canada Limited 

- UTDC-2 

The Metropolitan Toronto and Region 
Conservation Authority 

The Regional Municipality of Halton 

- HALT-RG-0 1 

Toronto Transit Commission 

TTC-0 1 

The Township of Michipicoten 

MICH-TP-1 

General 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Malvern Waste 

South Cayuga Sewage Works and 

Waste Disposal Sites 

(revoked by 522/81) 

South Cayuga Sewage Works and 

Waste Disposal Sites (revoking Reg.) 



293 



294 



434/81 July 11/81 

32/84 Feb. 4/84 

810/83 Jan. 14/84 

50/82 Feb. 20/82 

532/82 Aug. 21/82 

407/81 July 4/81 

123/81 Mar. 21/81 

365/83 July 9/83 



405/81 


July 


4/81 


225/84 


Apr. 


28/84 


240/84 


May 


5/84 


321/84 


June 


9/84 


372/84 


June 


30/84 


383/81 
841/81 
140/82 
466/82 
775/82 
414/83 
783/83 


June 
Jan. 
Mar. 
July 
Dec. 
July 
Dec. 


20/81 
2/82 
27/82 
24/82 
11/82 
16/83 
31/83 


710/83 


Nov. 


19/83 



522/81 Aug. 22/81 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



35 



R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



! ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT 

Air Contaminants from Ferrous Foundries 295 

Ambient Air Quality Criteria 296 ' 

Asphalt Paving Plants 297 

Classes of Contaminants - Exemptions 298' 

Containers 299 

Containers for Carbonated Soft Drinks 300 

Copper Cliff Smelter Complex 301 

Crown Waste Disposal Sites 302 

(revoked by 521/81) 

Crown Waste Disposal Sites (revoking Reg.).... 
Deep Well Disposal 

Designation of Waste 

amended 

Discharge of Sewage From Pleasure Boats 

Disposable Containers for Mi Ik 

amended 

Disposable Paper Containers for Milk 

General - Air Pollution 

General - Waste Management 

amended 

amended 

Hauled Liquid Industrial Waste 

Disposal Sites 

Lambton Industry Meteorological Alert 

Malvern Waste 

Marinas 3 10 

Motor Vehicles 311 

Ontario Hydro 

(revoked by 7/82) 

Ontario Hydro 

Sewage Systems 

(revoked by 374/81) 



521/81 Aug. 22/81 



304 


652/81 


Oct. 


17/81 


305 








306 


172/83 


Apr. 


9/83 


307 








308 








309 


175/83 
574/84 


Apr. 
Sept. 


16/83 
29/84 



808/81 Dec. 19/81 
151/81 Apr. 4/81 
711/83 Nov. 19/83 



73/81 Mar. 7/8I 

7/82 Jan. 30/82 
429/81 July 11/81 



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TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



Sewage Systems 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Sewage Systems - Exemptions 

Sulphur Content of Fuels 

^ Transfers of Liquid Industrial Waste. . 

Waste Management - PCB ' s 

amended 

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL ACT 

Assignment of Powers and Duties 
Minister of Citizenship and 
Culture 

Assignment of Powers and Duties 
Minister of Industry and Trade 
Development 

Assignment of Powers and Duties 

Minister of Tourism and Recreation. 

Assignment of Powers and Duties 
Minister of Intergovernmental 
Affairs 

Assignment of Powers and Duties 
Minister of Community and Social 
Services 

Assignment of Powers and Duties 

Minister of Health 

Transfer of Administration of Act 

Partnerships Act transferred from 
Attorney General to Minister of 
Consumer and Commercial Relations 



R.R.O. 




Date of 


1980 


O.Reg. 


Gazette 




37^/81 


June 20/81 




8H2/8^ 


Jan. 2/82 




139/82 


Mar. 27/82 




515/82 


Aug. lM/82 




290/83 


May 28/83 




130/84 


Mar. 17/84 




21/83 


Jan. 29/83 


312 






313 







Transfer of Administration of Act.... 
Administration of sections I6I and 
of the Mining Act transferred 
to the Minister of Natural Resources 



162 



Transfer of Administration of Act 

Municipal Conflict of Interest Act 
transferred from Attorney General to 
Ministry of Intergovernmental Affairs 



Transfer of Administration 

Administration and Control of the 
Council (Conseil des Affaires 
Franco-Ontariennes) transferred to the 
Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs 



11/82 Jan. 30/82 
575/84 Sept. 29/84 



134/82 Mar. 20/82 

135/82 Mar. 20/82 

136/82 Mar. 20/82 

400/82 June 26/82 

660/83 Oct. 29/83 

671/83 Nov. 5/83 

56/81 Feb. 21/81 

57/81 Feb. 21/81 

150/81 Apr. 4/81 

620/81 Oct. 10/81 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



37 



R.R.O. 
1980 



Date of 
O.Reg. Gazette 



Transfer of Administration of Act 

Metropolitan Police Force Complaints 
Project Act, 1981 transferred from 
Solicitor General to Attorney General 



Transfer of Administration of Acts 

Building Code Act and part of Ontario 
Water Resources Act transferred from 
Minister of Consumer and Commercial 
Relations to Minister of Municipal 
Affairs and Housing 



Transfer of Administration of Act 

Teachers' Superannuation Act, 1983 
transferred to the Treasurer of Ontario 
and Minister of Economics 

EXPROPRIATIONS ACT 

Co-operative Development - North Pickering. 

Forms 

Rules of Practice and Procedure 

of the Land Compensation Board 

Rules to be applied for the Purposes of 
Subsection 3'4(1) of the Act 



314 
315 

316 
317 



133/82 Mar. 20/82 



82/83 Feb. 19/83 



173/84 Apr. 7/84 



FAMILY BENEFITS ACT 

General 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended , 

amended , 

amended 



318 



51/81 


Feb. 


21/81 


273/81 


May 


16/81 


483/81 


Aug. 


1/81 


634/81 


Oct. 


17/81 


700/81 


Nov. 


7/81 


721/81 


Nov. 


14/81 


71/82 


Feb. 


20/82 


121/82 


Mar. 


20/82 


314/82 


May 


22/82 


404/82 


June 


26/82 


424/82 


July 


3/82 


459/82 


July 


17/82 


551/82 


Aug. 


21/82 


654/82 


Oct. 


16/82 


721/82 


Nov. 


13/82 


727/82 


Nov. 


13/82 


847/82 


Jan. 


8/83 


73/83 


Feb. 


12/83 


276/83 


May 


21/83 


360/83 


July 


9/83 


462/83 


Aug. 


6/83 


480/83 


Aug. 


13/83 



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TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. 
1980 



O.Reg. 



Date of 
Gazette 



amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

aimended 

amended 

FAMILY LAW REFORM ACT 

Designation of Matrimonial Home - Forms 319 

FARM INCOME STABILIZATION ACT 

Apple Stabilization, 1983-1987 -Plan 

Barley Stabilization, 1982-1984 - Plan ., 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Corn - 1981 Crop Year 

(Base prices, etc. ) 

Corn Stabilization, 1977 - Plan 

(this Reg. amends O.Reg. 365/78) 

Corn Stabilization, 1979-1981 -Plan 320 

amended 

(revoked by 669/82) 

Corn Stabilization, 1982-1984 -Plan 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Enrolment in Plans and Transfer 

of Credits 

Soybeans - 1981 Crop Year 

(Base prices, etc. ) 

Soybean Stabilization, 1979-1981 -Plan 321 

amended 

(revoked by 672/82) 

Soybean Stabilization, 1982-1984 - Plan 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 



557/83 


Sept. 


17/83 


690/83 


Nov. 


12/83 


700/83 


Nov. 


19/83 


784/83 


Jan. 


7/84 


65/84 


Feb. 


18/84 


216/84 


Apr. 


28/84 


312/84 


June 


2/84 


498/84 


Aug. 


18/84 


706/84 


Nov. 


17/84 


709/84 


Nov. 


17/84 


748/84 


Dec. 


15/84 


825/84 


Jan. 


19/85 



431/83 


July 


23/83 


668/82 
596/83 
750/83 
793/83 
554/84 


Oct. 
Oct. 
Dec. 
Jan. 
Sept. 


23/82 

15/83 

17/83 

7/84 

8/84 


36/83 


Feb. 


5/83 


293/81 


May 


23/81 


294/81 


May 


23/81 


669/82 
598/83 
749/83 
791/83 
218/84 
555/84 


Oct. 23/82 
Oct. 15/83 
Dec. 17/83 
Jan. 7/84 
April 28/84 
Sept. 8/84 


292/81 


May 


23/81 


35/83 


Feb. 


5/83 


295/81 


May 


23/81 


672/82 
597/83 
748/83 
792/83 
558/84 


Oct. 
Oct. 
Dec. 
Jan. 
Sept. 


23/82 

15/83 

17/83 

7/84 

8/84 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



39 



R.R.O. 




Date 


Df 


1980 


O.Reg. 


Gazette 


322 










460/82 


July 


17/82 




792/82 


Dec. 


18/82 




132/83 


Mar. 


26/83 




97/84 


Mar. 


3/84 




482/84 


Aug. 


18/84 




722/84 


Nov. 


24/84 


323 










296/81 


May 


23/81 




670/82 


Oct. 


23/82 




599/83 


Oct. 


15/83 




752/83 


Dec. 


17/83 




98/84 


Mar. 


3/84 




557/84 


Sept. 


8/84 


324 










297/81 


May 


23/81 




671/82 


Oct. 


23/82 




600/83 


Oct. 


15/83 




751/83 


Dec. 


17/83 




556/84 


Sept. 


8/84 



Weaner Pig Stabilization, 1980-1985 - Plan 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

White Bean Stabilization, 1979-1981 -Plan 

amended 

(revoked by 670/82) 

White Bean Stabilization, 1982-1984 - Plan 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Winter Wheat Stabilization, 1979-1981 - Plan., 
amended 

(revoked by 671/82) 

Winter Wheat Stabilization, 1982-1984 - Plan.. 

amended 

amended 

amended 

FARM PRODUCTS CONTAINERS ACT 

Fruit and Vegetables 

(revoked by 428/83) 

FARM PRODUCTS CONTAINERS ACT, 1982 

Containers - Fruit and Vegetables 

FARM PRODUCTS GRADES AND SALES ACT 

Hurley Tobacco 

Dairy Products 

(revoked by 629/84) 

Dairy Products (revoking Reg. ) 

Flue-Cured Tobacco 

amended 

Fruit-Controlled Atmosphere Storage 

Grades - 

Beef Carcasses 

amended 

Christmas Trees 

Fruit and Vegetables 

amended 

amended 



325 



326 
327 



428/83 July 16/83 



629/84 Oct. 20/84 



328 


659/83 


Oct. 


29/83 


329 








330 


765/81 


Dec. 


5/81 


331 








332 


764/81 
114/83 


Dec. 
Mar. 


5/81 
19/83 



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TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



amended 

amended 

amended 

Hog Carcasses 

Lamb and Mutton Carcasses, 
amended 

Poultry 

Veal Carcasses 

amended 

Grain 

Honey 

(revoked by 399/82) 

Honey 

L icences 

Maple Products 

FARM PRODUCTS MARKETING ACT 

Apples - 

Plan 

amended 

Marketing 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Arbitration of Disputes 

Asparagus - 

Plan 

Marketing 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Beans - 

Plan 

amended 

Marketing 

amended 

Berries for Processing - 

Plan 

Marketing 



702/83 Nov. 19/83 
217/84 Apr. 28/84 
433/84 July 21/84 



333 








334 


766/81 


Dec. 


5/81 


335 








336 


767/81 


Dec. 


5/81 




653/84 


Nov. 


3/84 



337 

338 
339 

340 
341 

342 



399/82 June 26/82 



490/82 Aug. 7/82 



331/82 June 5/82 
385/84 July 7/84 
618/84 Oct. 20/84 



344 


569/81 
173/82 
170/84 


Sept. 

Apr. 

Apr. 


12/81 
10/82 
7/84 


345 


665/82 


Oct. 


23/82 


346 


408/84 


July 


14/84 


347 








348 









TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



41 



R.R.O. 
1980 



Date of 
O.Reg. Gazette 



Broiler and Roaster Hatching Eggs and Chicks - 
Plan 

Marketing 

amended 

Broiler Chickens and Roaster Chickens - 

Plan 349 

(revoked by 736/84) 

Marketing 350 

amended 

amended 

(revoked by 737/814) 

Bur ley Tobacco - 

Plan 351 

Marketing 352 

By-Laws for Local Boards 353 

Chicken - Extension of Powers 354 

Chickens - 

Plan 

Marketing 

Eggs - 

Extension of Powers 355 

Plan 356 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Marketing 357 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Marketing Limitations 358 

Fresh Grapes - 

Plan 359 

Marketing 360 

amended 

Fresh Potatoes - 

Plan 361 

Marketing 362 

amended 

amended 



429/83 July 16/83 

436/83 July 23/83 
22/84 Jan. 28/84 



366/82 June 12/82 
330/83 June 18/83 



736/84 Dec. 1/84 
737/84 Dec. 1/84 



570/81 Sept. 12/81 

31/82 Feb. 13/82 

430/83 July 16/83 



610/81 Oct. 3/81 
687/81 Oct. 31/81 
435/83 July 23/83 



692/84 Nov. 17/84 



526/81 Aug. 22/81 
419/83 July 16/83 



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TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. Date of 

1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



Grapes for Processing - 

Plan 363 

Marketing 36M 

Greenhouse Vegetables - 

Plan 365 

Marketing 366 

amended 

Hogs - 

Plan 367 

Marketing 368 

Local Boards 369 

amended 

Potatoes - 

Plan 370 

Marketing 371 

amended 

amended 

Processing Tomato Seedling Plants - 

Plan 372 

Marketing 373 

Rutabagas - 

Dissolution of Local Board 

Plan 

Marketing 

Seed Corn - 

Plan 

amended 

Marketing 

amended 

amended 

Soya Beans - 

Plan 

amended 

Market ing 

amended 

Sugar Beets - Dissolution of Local Board 

Tender Fruit - 

Plan 380 

Marketing 381 



772/83 Dec. 24/83 



322/83 June 11/83 



108/81 Mar. ^^/8^ 
96/84 Mar. 3/84 



650/84 Nov. 3/84 



374 








375 








376 


66/83 


Feb. 


12/83 


377 


114/82 
67/83 


Mar. 
Feb. 


13/82 
12/83 


378 


34/83 


Feb. 


5/83 


379 









640/84 Oct. 27/84 
474/82 July 24/82 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



43 



R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



Tobacco - 

P Ian 382 

Marketing 383 

amended 

amended 

Turkeys - 

Plan 384 

amended 

Marketing 385 

amended 

Marketing Limitations 386 

Vegetables for Processing - 

Plan 387 

amended 

Marketing 388 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Wheat - 

Plan 389 

amended 

Marketing 390 

FARM PRODUCTS PAYMENTS ACT 

Fund for Egg Producers 

amended 

amended 

Fund for Live Stock Producers 

amended 

amended 

Fund for Producers of 

Grain Corn 

Fund for Producers of 

Soya-Beans 

Fund for Producers of 

Vegetables For Processing 

General 39 1 

FIRE DEPARTMENTS ACT 

Filing in Supreme Court Decision 

of Arbitrator or Arbitration Board 392 

Standards for Pumpers 393 



321/83 June 11/83 
619/84 Oct. 20/84 



100/83 Mar. 5/83 



325/81 May 30/81 



389/83 July 9/83 



115/82 Mar. 13/82 

20/83 Jan. 29/83 

116/84 Mar. 10/84 



224/82 Apr. 24/82 



828/81 Dec. 26/81 

491/82 Aug. 7/82 

513/84 Aug. 25/84 

368/82 June 12/82 

525/82 Aug. 21/82 

347/84 June 16/84 



651/84 Nov. 3/84 
652/84 Nov. 3/84 
348/84 June 16/84 



44 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



FIRE MARSHALS ACT 

Fire Code 

amended 

amended 

General 

amended 

FISH INSPECTION ACT 

Quality Control 

FOREST FIRES PREVENTION ACT 

Fire Regions 

amended 

Restricted Fire Zone 

(expired) 

Restricted Fire Zone , 

(revoked by 353/81) 

Restricted Fire Zone (revoking Reg.), 

Restricted Fire Zone , 

(expired) 

Restricted Fire Zone 

(revoked by 524/81) 

Restricted Fire Zone , 

(expired) 

Restricted Fire Zone (revoking Reg.), 

Restricted Fire Zone 

(expired) 

Restricted Fire Zone 

(expired) 

Restricted Fire Zone 

(revoked by 409/83) 

Restricted Fire Zone 

(revoked by 409/83) 

Restricted Fire Zone (revoking Reg.). 

Restricted Fire Zone 

(expired) 

Restricted Fire Zone 

(expired) 

Restricted Fire Zone 

(expired) 



394 



395 



396 



730/81 Nov. 21/81 
251/83 May 14/83 
425/84 July 14/84 



940/84 Jan. 19/85 



207/84 Apr. 28/84 
283/81 May 23/81 

348/81 June 6/81 



353/81 


June 


13/81 


469/81 


Aug. 


1/81 


514/81 


Aug. 


15/81 


523/81 


Aug. 


22/81 


524/81 


Aug. 


22/81 


287/82 


May 


15/82 


227/83 


May 


7/83 


397/83 


July 


9/83 


398/83 


July 


9/83 


409/83 


July 


16/83 


317/84 


June 


2/84 


567/84 


Sept. 


15/84 


572/84 


Sept. 


29/84 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



45 



R.R.O. 
1980 



Date of 
O.Reg. Gazette 



FORESTRY ACT 



>-M:! 



Nurseries 397 

cunended 

amended 

FRESHWATER FISH MARKETING ACT (ONTARIO) 

General 398 

amended 

FUEL TAX ACT, 1981 

General 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

aunended 

General 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Grants for Farm Fuel Storage Tanks 

Grants for Fuel Storage and Transportation 

Tanks and Other Facilities 

amended 

Taxable Price and Tax Payable on Fuel to 

Propel Motor Vehicles and Railway 

Equipment 

cunended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

cimended 

cimended 

amended 

FUNERAL SERVICES ACT 

General 399 

cimended 

amended 

amended 

FUR FARMS ACT 

General 400 

amended 



30/83 Feb. 5/83 
514/8U Aug. 25/84 



777/81 Dec. 5/8 1 



772/82 


Dec. 


11/82 


140/83 


Mar. 


26/83 


381/83 


July 


9/83 


387/83 


July 


9/83 


267/84 


May 


12/84 


602/84 


Oct. 


6/84 


775/84 


Dec. 


22/84 


778/82 


Dec. 


11/82 


426/83 


July 


16/83 


510/83 


Aug. 


27/83 


604/83 


Oct. 


15/83 


643/83 


Oct. 


29/83 


266/84 


May 


12/84 



689/82 Oct. 30/82 



225/82 


May 


1/82 


771/82 


Dec. 


11/82 


579/82 


Sept. 


11/82 


638/82 


Oct. 


16/82 


843/82 


Jan. 


8/83 


187/83 


Apr. 


16/83 


411/83 


July 


16/83 


631/83 


Oct. 


15/83 


805/83 


Jan. 


14/84 


180/84 


Apr. 


14/84 


414/84 


July 


14/84 



558/81 Sept. 5/81 
560/83 Sept. 17/83 
675/83 Nov. 5/83 



321/81 May 30/81 



46 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



1 



GAME AND FISH ACT 

Amphibians 

Animals Declared to be Fur-Bearing 

Animals MOI 

amended 

Aylmer Hunting Area 

Aylmer Lagoon Hunting Area 402 

Bag Limit for Black Bear 403 

Bobwhite Quail, Wild Turkey and 

Pheasant - Propagation and Sales 404 

amended 

Bows and Arrows 405 

Bullfrogs 406 

amended 

(revoked by 694/81) 

Bullfrogs 

Calton Swamp Hunting Area 

Camden Lake Hunting Area 407 

Copeland Forest Hunting Area 408 

(revoked by 693/81) 

Copeland Forest Hunting Area 

amended 

Crown Game Preserves 409 

amended 

Discharge of F ire-Arms From or Across Highways 

and Roads 410 

amended 

amended 

Discharge of Fire-Arms on Sunday 411 

Fingal Hunting Area 

Fire-Arms - Aulneau Peninsula 412 

amended 

Fishing Huts 413 

amended 

amended 



470/81 Aug. 1/81 

692/81 Nov. 7/81 
29/81 Feb. 14/81 



446/81 July I8/8I 



565/81 Sept. 12/81 

694/81 Nov. 7/81 
30/81 Feb. 14/81 



693/81 Nov, 7/81 
563/83 Sept. 24/83 



27/82 Feb. 13/82 



113/81 Mar. 14/81 
388/81 June 27/81 



28/81 Feb. 14/81 



428/82 July 3/82 



753/81 Nov. 28/81 
24/82 Feb. 13/82 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



47 



R.R.O. 
1980 



O.Reg. 



Date of 
Gazette 



Fishing Licences 

amended , 

amended 

amended 

amended , 

amended 

amended 

amended , 

amended 

Furs 

amended 

amended 

amended , 

amended , 

amended 

amended , 

amended 

Fur Harvest, Fur Management and 
Conservation Course 

Game Bird Hunting Preserves 

amended 

Guides 

amended , 

Horwood Lake Hunting Area 

amended 

amended 

(revoked by 128/83) 

Horwood Lake Hunting Area (Revoking Reg.), 

Hullett Hunting Area , 

amended , 

amended , 

Hunter Safety Training Course 

Hunting in Lake Superior Provincial Park.. 

amended , 

amended , 

Hunting Licences 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 



414 



218/81 


Apr. 


25/81 


647/81 


Oct. 


17/82 


835/81 


Jan. 


2/82 


629/82 


Oct. 


9/82 


645/83 


Oct. 


29/83 


41/84 


Feb. 


11/84 


254/84 


May 


12/84 


756/84 


Dec. 


15/84 


415 






154/81 


Apr. 


4/81 


857/81 


Jan. 


9/82 


203/82 


Apr. 


24/82 


627/82 


Oct. 


9/82 


621/83 


Oct. 


15/83 


700/84 


Nov. 


17/84 


701/84 


Nov. 


17/84 


154/82 


Apr. 


3/82 


416 






447/81 


July 


18/84 


417 






500/81 


Aug. 


15/81 


26/81 


Feb. 


14/81 


124/82 


Mar. 


20/82 


497/82 


Aug. 


7/82 



128/83 Mar. 26/83 





628/82 


Oct. 


9/82 




594/83 


Oct. 


15/83 




547/84 


Sept. 


8/84 


418 








419 










125/82 


Mar. 


20/82 




130/83 


Mar. 


26/83 


420 










217/81 


Apr. 


25/81 




502/81 


Aug. 


15/81 




187/82 


Apr. 


10/82 




397/82 


June 


26/82 




499/82 


Aug. 


7/82 




683/82 


Oct. 


30/82 




127/83 


Mar. 


26/83 




138/83 


Mar. 


26/83 




155/83 


Apr. 


2/83 




376/83 


July 


9/83 




492/83 


Aug. 


20/83 




184/84 


Apr. 


14/84 




185/84 


Apr. 


14/84 



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TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. 
1980 



Date of 
O.Reg. Gsizette 



amended 

amended 

amended 

Hunting on Crown Lands in the Geographic 

Townships of Bruton and Clyde 

amended 

Hunting on Designated Crown Land and in 

Provincial Parks , 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended , 

amended , 

amended 

Lake St. Lawrence Hunting Area 

Licence to Chase Raccoon at Night and Fox, 
Coyote or Wolf During the Day , 

Licence to Possess Nets , 

Luther Marsh Hunting Area 

Navy Island Hunting Area , 

amended , 

Opasatika Hunting Area , 

amended 

amended , 

(revoked by 129/83) 

Opasatika Hunting Area (revoking Reg.) 

Open Seasons - 

Black Bear 

amended 

amended 

Fur Bearing Animals 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Game Birds 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Moose and Deer , 

amended , 

amended , 

amended , 

amended , 

amended , 



421 



422 



423 



186/84 Apr. 14/84 
699/84 Nov. 17/84 
781/84 Dec. 29/84 



247/83 May 14/83 



127/82 


Mar. 


20/82 


347/83 


June 


25/83 


681/83 


Nov. 


12/83 


323/84 


June 


9/84 


411/84 


July 


14/84 


624/84 


Oct. 


20/84 



233/82 May 1/82 



424 






425 






645/81 
156/83 


Oct. 
Apr. 


17/81 
2/83 


27/81 
126/82 
496/82 


Feb. 
Mar. 
Aug. 


14/81 

20/82 

7/82 


129/83 


Mar. 


26/83 


426 

339/82 
493/83 


June 
Aug. 


12/82 
20/83 


427 

671/81 
146/83 
306/83 
308/84 


Oct. 
Apr. 
June 
June 


24/81 
2/83 
4/83 
2/84 


501/81 
156/82 
192/83 
508/84 
782/84 


Aug. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Aug. 
Dec. 


15/81 
3/82 
16/83 
25/84 
29/84 


428 

471/81 
591/81 
644/81 
157/82 
297/82 


Aug. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Apr. 

May 


1/81 
19/81 
17/81 

3/82 
22/82 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



49 



R.R.O. 
1980 



O.Reg. 



Date of 
Gazette 



amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Rabbits and Squirrels 

amended 

amended 

Orangeville Reservoir Hunting Area 

amended 

Permit to Export Game 

Petroglyphs Provincial Park Hunting Area. 

Polar Bears 

Possession and Use of Fire-Arms in 
Darlington Provincial Park 

Rept i les 

Sale of Bass and Trout and Fishing 

Preserves 

amended 

Snares 

Stag Island Hunting Area 

Tiny Marsh Hunting Area 

Trap-Line Areas 

amended 

amended 

Traps 

amended 

Traps - Order under Subsection 30 C^) of 
the Act 

Waters Set Apart - Frogs 

Wildlife Management Units 

cimended 

amended 

Wolves and Black Bears in Captivity 

GASOLINE HANDLING ACT 

Gasoline Handling Code 

amended 

amended 

amended 





498/82 


Aug. 


7/82 




684/82 


Oct. 


30/82 




137/83 


Mar. 


26/83 




219/83 


Apr. 


30/83 




331/83 


June 


18/83 




494/83 


Aug. 


20/83 




229/84 


Apr. 


28/84 




507/84 


Aug. 


25/84 




421/81 


July 


11/81 




171/82 


Apr. 


3/82 




150/83 


Apr. 


2/83 


429 










595/83 


Oct. 


15/83 


430 










646/81 


Oct. 


17/81 


431 








432 









433 

434 
435 
436 



437 



438 



439 



397/84 July 7/84 

755/84 Dec. 15/84 
156/81 Apr. 4/81 



338/82 June 12/82 

475/84 Aug. 18/84 

673/82 Oct. 23/82 

377/83 July 9/83 

155/81 Apr. 4/81 



155/82 Apr. 3/82 
685/82 Oct. 30/82 
509/84 Aug. 25/84 



136/81 March 28/81 
436/82 July 10/82 
561/83 Sept. 17/83 



so 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.G. 
1980 



Date of 
O.Reg. Gazette 



GASOLINE TAX ACT 

General 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Taxable Prices and Tax on Gasoline 
and Aviation Fuel 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 



M40 



179/81 


Apr. 


11/81 


5^17/81 


Sept. 


5/81 


626/81 


Oct. 


10/81 


37/82 


Feb. 


13/82 


246/82 


May 


1/82 


269/82 


May 


8/82 


386/83 


July 


9/83 


509/83 


July 


27/83 


603/83 


Oct. 


15/83 


648/84 


Oct. 


27/84 


441/81 


July 


11/81 


631/81 


Oct. 


10/81 


872/81 


Jan. 


16/82 


184/82 


Apr. 


10/82 


449/82 


July 


17/82 


639/82 


Oct. 


16/82 


842/82 


Jan. 


8/83 


186/83 


Apr. 


16/83 


412/83 


July 


16/83 


632/83 


Oct. 


15/83 


806/83 


Jan. 


14/84 


181/84 


Apr. 


14/84 


415/84 


July 


14/84 



GENERAL SESSIONS ACT 

Sittings of the General Sessions 

of the Peace for the Judicial District 

of Haldimand 

(expired) 

Sittings fo the General Sessions 
of the Peace for the County of 
Peterborough 

(expired) 

Sittings of the General Sessions 

of the Peace for the Judicial District 

of Peel 

(expired) 

Sittings of the General Sessions 
of the Peace for the Counties and 

Districts of Ontario 

(expired) 

Sittings of the General Sessions of the 

Peace for the District of Muskoka 

(expired) 

Sittings of the General Sessions of the 
Peace for the Judicial District of Peel, 
(expired) 



11/81 Jan. 31/81 



340/81 June 6/81 



341/81 June 6/81 



853/81 Jan. 9/82 



385/82 June 19/82 



386/82 June 19/82 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



51 



R.R.O. 
1980 



O.Reg. 



Date of 
Gazette 



Sittings of the General Sessions of the 

Peace for the County of Peterborough 

(expired) 

Sittings of the General Sessions of the 
Peace for the Counties and Districts of 
Ontario 

(expired) 

Sittings of the General Sessions of the 
Peace for the Judicial District of 
Hamilton-Wentworth 

(expired) 

Sittings of the General Sessions of the 
Peace for the District of Kenora 

(expired) 

Sittings of the General Sessions of the 
Peace for the Judicial District of York, 
(expired) 

Sittings of the General Sessions of the 
Peace for the Judicial District of Peel, 
(expired) 

Sittings of the General Sessions of the 
Peace for the District of Parry Sound... 
(expired) 

Sittings of the General Sessions of the 

Peace for the County of Perth 

(expired) 

Sittings of the General Sessions of the 
Peace for the Districts and Counties of 
Ontario 

Sittings of the General Sessions of the 
Peace for the Counties of Peterborough, 
Prescott and Russell, Lambton and 
Wellington 

Sittings of the General Sessions of the 

Peace for the Judicial 

District of Peel 

Sittings of the General Sessions of the 
Peace for the County of Perth 

Sittings of the General Sessions of the 
Peace for the County of Perth 

GENERAL WELFARE ASSISTANCE ACT 

Civil Legal Aid 



^423/82 July 3/82 



828/82 Jan. 8/83 



27/83 Jan. 29/83 



174/83 Apr. 16/83 



338/83 June 25/83 



339/83 June 25/83 



433/83 July 23/83 



434/83 July 23/83 



764/83 Dec. 24/83 



16/84 


Jan. 


28/84 


17/84 


Jan. 


28/84 


373/84 


June 


30/84 


678/84 


Nov. 


10/84 



829/82 Jan. 8/83 



52 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. 
1980 



Date of 
O.Reg. Gazette 



General 4^11 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Indian Bands 442 

amended 

amended 

amended 

GRAIN CORN MARKETING ACT, 1984 

Licence Fees 

GRAIN ELEVATOR STORAGE ACT 

General 443 

(revoked by 420/84) 

GRAIN ELEVATOR STORAGE ACT, 1983 

General 

GUARANTEE COMPANIES SECURITIES ACT 

Approved Guarantee Companies 444 

amended 



48/81 


Feb. 


21/81 


186/81 


Apr. 


11/81 


270/81 


May 


16/81 


480/81 


Aug. 


1/81 


697/81 


Nov. 


7/81 


722/81 


Nov. 


14/81 


68/82 


Feb. 


20/82 


312/82 


May 


22/82 


456/82 


July 


17/82 


548/82 


Aug. 


21/82 


655/82 


Oct. 


16/82 


656/82 


Oct. 


16/82 


722/82 


Nov. 


13/82 


728/82 


Nov. 


13/82 


786/82 


Dec. 


18/82 


69/83 


Feb. 


12/83 


277/83 


May 


21/83 


361/83 


July 


9/83 


463/83 


Aug. 


6/83 


558/83 


Sept. 


17/83 


649/83 


Oct. 


29/83 


657/83 


Oct. 


29/83 


691/83 


Nov. 


12/83 


698/83 


Nov. 


19/83 


785/83 


Jan. 


7/84 


62/84 


Feb. 


18/84 


214/84 


Apr. 


28/84 


309/84 


June 


2/84 


402/84 


July 


14/84 


495/84 


Aug. 


18/84 


703/84 


Nov. 


17/84 


708/84 


Nov. 


17/84 


823/84 


Jan. 


19/85 


824/84 


Jan. 


19/85 


122/82 


Mar. 


20/82 


572/82 


Sept. 


11/82 


822/84 


Jan. 


19/85 



559/84 Sept. 8/84 



420/84 July 14/84 



21/81 Feb. 14/81 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



S3 



amended, 
amended . 
amended, 
amended. 
amended . 
amended. 



R.R.O. 




Date of 


1980 


O.Reg. 


Gazette 




106/81 


Mar. ^^/8^ 




107/81 


Mar. 14/81 




568/81 


Sept. 12/81 




759/81 


Nov. 28/81 




562/83 


Sept. 17/83 




125/84 


Mar. 17/84 



H 



HEALING ARTS RADIATION PROTECTTION ACT 



Hospitals Prescribed For The Installation 

and Operation of Computerized Axial Temography 

Scanners 

X-Ray Safety Code 

HEALTH DISCIPLINES ACT 

Child Resistant Packages 445 

Dental Hygienists 446 

amended 

Dentistry 447 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

ajnended 

Medicine 448 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Nursing 449 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Optometry 45O 

amended 

Parcost C.D.I 

amended 

amended 

(revoked by 413/81) 

Parcost C.D.I 

amended 

(revoked by 829/81) 

Parcost C.D.I ,, 

(revoked by 425/82) 



344/84 June 16/84 
45/84 Feb. 11/84 



681/84 Nov. 10/84 



71/81 
194/81 
504/81 
720/83 
682/84 



205/82 
823/82 
851/82 
112/83 
192/84 



506/81 
665/81 
355/82 
588/83 



18/81 

44/81 

210/81 



413/81 
640/81 



Mar. 7/81 

Apr. 18/81 

Aug. 15/81 

Dec. 3/83 

Nov. 10/84 



Apr. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Mar. 
Apr. 



24/82 
1/83 
15/83 
19/83 
14/84 



Aug. 15/81 

Oct. 24/81 

June 12/82 

Oct. 1/83 



478/82 July 31/82 



Feb. 7/81 
Feb. 21/81 
Apr. 25/81 



July 4/81. 
Oct. 17/81 



829/81 Dec. 26/81 



54 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



Parcost C.D.I , 

amended , 

(revoked by 836/82) 

Parcost C.D.I , 

amended , 

(revoked by 427/83) 

Parcost C.D.I , 

(revoked by 107/84) 

Parcost C.D.I 

amended 

(revoked by 421/84) 

Parcost C.D.I 

(revoked by 839/84) 

Parcost C.D.I 

Pharmacy 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended , 

amended 

HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

General 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended , 

amended , 

amended 

amended 

amended , 

amended , 



R.R.O. 
1980 


O.Reg. 


Date of 
Gazette 




425/82 
613/82 


July 
Sept. 


3/82 
25/82 




836/82 
103/83 


Jan. 
Mar. 


8/83 
12/83 




427/83 


July 


16/83 




107/84 
172/84 


Mar. 
Apr. 


3/84 
7/84 




421/84 


July 


14/84 




839/84 


Jan. 


19/85 


451 


505/81 
356/82 
835/82 
422/84 
817/84 


Aug. 
June 
Jan. 
July 
Jan. 


15/81 
12/82 
8/83 
14/84 
19/85 



452 



36/81 


Feb. 


14/81 


37/81 


Feb. 


14/81 


38/81 


Feb. 


14/81 


61/81 


Feb. 


28/81 


120/81 


Mar. 


21/81 


121/81 


Mar. 


21/81 


122/81 


Mar. 


21/81 


139/81 


Mar. 


28/81 


168/81 


Apr. 


11/81 


231/81 


May 


2/81 


232/81 


May 


2/81 


253/81 


May 


16/81 


254/81 


May 


16/81 


298/81 


May 


23/81 


331/81 


June 


6/81 


332/81 


June 


6/81 


363/81 


June 


20/81 


395/81 


June 


27/81 


423/81 


July 


11/81 


459/81 


July 


25/81 


478/81 


Aug. 


1/81 


479/81 


Aug. 


1/81 


525/81 


Aug. 


22/81 


576/81 


Sept. 


12/81 


581/81 


Sept. 


12/81 


642/81 


Oct. 


17/81 


685/81 


Oct. 


31/81 


742/81 


Nov. 


21/81 



TABLE OP RECITATIONS 



55 



R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



amended . 
amended . 
amended . 
amended . 
amended, 
amended . 
amended . 
amended . 
amended . 
amended . 
amended . 
amended . 
amended . 
amended . 
amended . 
amended . 
amended, 
amended . 
amended . 
amended . 
amended, 
amended . 
amended . 
amended . 
amended . 
amended . 
amended . 
amended . 
amended . 
amended . 
amended . 
amended . 
amended . 
amended, 
amended, 
amended, 
amended, 
amended . 
amended, 
amended . 
amended . 
amended, 
amended . 
amended . 
amended . 
amended . 
amended . 
amended . 
amended, 
amended . 
amended . 
amended . 
amended . 
amended . 
amended . 
amended . 
amended . 
amended . 



7^3/81 


Nov. 


21/81 


751/81 


Nov. 


28/81 


794/81 


Dec. 


12/81 


810/81 


Dec. 


19/81 


12/82 


Jan. 


30/82 


53/82 


Feb, 


20/82 


82/82 


Mar. 


6/82 


83/82 


Mar. 


6/82 


235/82 


May 


1/82 


256/82 


May 


1/82 


260/82 


May 


8/82 


293/82 


May 


22/82 


29^/82 


May 


22/82 


295/82 


May 


22/82 


335/82 


June 


5/82 


336/82 


June 


12/82 


337/82 


June 


12/82 


393/82 


June 


26/82 


U 12/82 


July 


3/82 


J4 30/82 


July 


10/82 


U31/82 


July 


10/82 


U89/82 


Aug. 


7/82 


527/82 


Aug. 


21/82 


528/82 


Aug. 


21/82 


529/82 


Aug. 


21/82 


56U/82 


Sept. 


4/82 


609/82 


Sept. 


25/82 


633/82 


Oct. 


9/82 


716/82 


Nov. 


13/82 


717/82 


Nov. 


13/82 


733/82 


Nov. 


20/82 


833/82 


Jan. 


8/83 


834/82 


Jan. 


8/83 


77/83 


Feb. 


19/83 


94/83 


Feb. 


26/83 


122/83 


Mar. 


26/83 


161/83 


Apr. 


9/83 


197/83 


Apr. 


16/83 


233/83 


May 


7/83 


242/83 


May 


14/83 


259/83 


May 


21/83 


281/83 


May 


28/83 


282/83 


May 


28/83 


285/83 


May 


28/83 


368/83 


July 


9/83 


458/83 


Aug. 


6/83 


460/83 


Aug. 


6/83 


497/83 


Aug. 


27/83 


540/83 


Sept. 


10/83 


651/83 


Oct. 


29/83 


704/83 


Nov. 


19/83 


721/83 


Dec. 


3/83 


789/83 


Jan. 


7/84 


808/83 


Jem. 


14/84 


3/84 


Jein. 


21/84 


33/84 


Feb. 


11/84 


53/84 


Feb. 


■ 18/84 


56/84 


Feb. 


18/84 



56 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. 
1980 



O.Reg. 



Date of 
Gazette 



amended , 

amended , 

amended , 

amended , 

amended 

amended 

amended , 

amended 

amended , 

amended , 

amended , 

amended , 

amended , 

amended , 

amended 

amended , 

amended , 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

HEALTH PROTECTION AND PROMOTION ACT, 1983 

Areas Comprising Health Units 

Camps in Unorganized Territory 

Capital Assistance Grants for Boards 
of Health 

Clinics for Sexually Transmitted 
Diseases 

Communicable Diseases - General 

Designation of Communicable Diseases.. 

Designation of Municipal Members of 
Boards of Health 

Designation of Reportable Diseases.... 

Food Premises 

Grants to Boards of Health 

amended 



93/84 


Mar. 


3/84 


168/84 


Mar. 


31/84 


209/84 


Apr. 


28/84 


288/84 


May 


19/84 


290/84 


May 


19/84 


351/84 


June 


23/84 


386/84 


July 


7/84 


387/84 


July 


7/84 


388/84 


July 


7/84 


389/84 


July 


7/84 


390/84 


July 


7/84 


391/84 


July 


7/84 


478/84 


Aug. 


18/84 


479/84 


Aug. 


18/84 


480/84 


Augs. 


18/84 


518/84 


Sept. 


1/84 


548/84 


Sept. 


8/84 


610/84 


Oct. 


13/84 


611/84 


Oct. 


13/84 


615/84 


Oct. 


20/84 


637/84 


Oct. 


27/84 


638/84 


Oct. 


27/84 


662/84 


Nov. 


10/84 


663/84 


Nov. 


10/84 


717/84 


Nov. 


24/84 


751/84 


Dec. 


15/84 


752/84 


Dec. 


15/84 


799/84 


Jan. 


5/85 


826/84 


Jan. 


19/85 


827/84 


Jan. 


19/85 


828/84 


Jan. 


19/85 


829/84 


Jan. 


19/85 


236/84 


Apr. 


28/84 


193/84 


Apr. 


14/84 


234/84 


Apr. 


28/84 


237/84 


Apr. 


28/84 


292/84 


May 


19/84 


161/84 


Mar. 


24/84 


235/84 


Apr. 


28/84 


162/84 


Mar. 


24/84 


243/84 


May 


5/84 


382/84 


June 


30/84 


636/84 


Oct. 


27/84 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



57 



R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



Public Pools 

Qualifications of Boards of Health Staff 

Recreational Camps 

Schcxjl Health Services and Programs 

Slaughterhouses and Meat 

Processing Plants 

Warrant 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Allowable Gross Weight for Designated 

Class of Vehicle 

Appeals 

amended 

Covering of Loads 

Dangerous Loads 

Danerit Point System 

(revoked by 359/81) 

Demerit Point Syston 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Designation of Highways 

Designation of Termination Date of Freeze-Up 
Periods under Subsection 102(2) of the Act... 
(expired) 

Designation of Paved Shoulders on King's 

Highway 

amended 

Driver Improvement Program 

Driver Licence Examinations 

amended 

tcimended 
Drivers' Licences 
amended 
amended 
amended 
amended 

amended 

amended 



458 



459 



381/84 June 30/84 

164/84 Mar. 24/84 

242/84 May 5/84 

516/84 Aug. 25/84 

293/84 May 19/84 

163/84 Mar. 24/84 



453 








454 


117/81 


Mar. 


14/81 


455 








456 








457 










359/81 
360/81 
202/82 
599/82 
276/84 
633/84 


June 

June 

Apr. 

Sept. 

May 

Oct. 


20/81 
20/81 
24/82 
18/82 
19/84 
20/84 



116/81 Mar. 14/81 





16/81 


Feb. 


7/81 


460 








461 










729/82 


Nov. 


20/82 




275/84 


May 


19/84 


462 










118/81 


Mar. 


14/81 




250/81 


May 


16/81 




361/81 


June 


20/81 




370/81 


June 


20/81 




371/81 


June 


20/81 




325/82 


May 


29/82 



58 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. 
1980 



O.Reg. 



Date of 
Gazette 



amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended , 

Driver's Licence Suspension for Default 
of Payment of Fine 

Driving Instructor' s Licence 

amended 

amended 

Equipment 

Exemption from the Provisions of 
Section 7 of the Act 

- State of Alabama 

Exemption from the Provisions of 
Section 7 of the Act 

- State of Florida 

Exemption frcxn the Provisions of 
Section 7 of the Act 

- State of Georgia 

Exemption from the Provisions of 
Section 7 of the Act 

- State of Iowa 

Exemption from the Provisions of 
Section 7 of the Act 

- State of Louisiana 

Exemption from the Provisions of 
Section 7 of the Act 

- State of Maine 

Exemption from the Provisions of 
Section 7 of the Act 

- State of Maryland 

Exemption from the Provisions of 
Section 7 of the Act 

- State of Massachusetts 

Exemption from the Provisions of 
Section 7 of the Act 

- State of Mississippi 

Exemption fom the Provisions of 
Section 7 of the Act 

- State of Missouri 





357/82 


June 


12/82 




359/82 


June 


12/82 




543/82 


Aug. 


21/82 




597/82 


Sept. 


18/82 




743/82 


Nov. 


27/82 




121/84 


Mar. 


10/84 




277/84 


May 


19/84 




378/84 


June 


30/84 




488/84 


Aug. 


18/84 




725/84 


Nov. 


24/84 


1^63 








464 










362/81 


June 


20/81 




376/84 


June 


30/84 



465 



230/84 Apr. 28/84 



741/83 Dec. 17/83 



689/83 Nov. 12/83 



679/84 Nov. 10/84 



740/83 Dec. 17/83 



588/84 Sept. 29/84 ■ 



743/83 Dec. 17/83 



169/84 Nov. 31/84 



686/83 Nov. 12/83 



687/83 Nov. 12/83 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



59 



R.R.O. 
1980 



O.Reg. 



Date of 
Gazette 



Exemption from the Provisions of 
Section 7 of the Act 

- State of Montana 

Exemption from the Provisions of 
Section 7 of the Act 

- State of New Jersey 

Exemption from the Provisions of 
Section 7 of the Act 

- State of North Carolina 

Exemption from the Provisions of 
Section 7 of the Act 

- State of Rhode Island 

Exemption from the Provisions of 
Section 7 of the Act 

- State of South Carolina 

Exemption frcxn the Provisions of 
Section 7 of the Act 

- State of Tennessee 

Exemption from the Provisions of 
Section 7 of the Act 

- State of Tennessee 

Exemption from the Provisions of 
Section 7 of the Act 

- State of Texas 

Exemption from the Provisions of 
Section 7 of the Act 

- State of Virginia 

Exemption from the Provisions of 
Section 7 of the Act 

- State of West Virginia 



532/84 Sept. 1/84 



490/84 Aug. 18/84 



688/83 Nov. 12/83 



587/84 Sept. 29/84 



739/83 Dec. 17/83 



425/83 July 16/83 



742/83 Dec. 17/83 



726/84 Nov. 24/84 



102/84 Mar. 3/84 



646/83 Oct. 29/83 



Exemption from the Provisions of 

Section 7 of the Act 

- State of Wisconsin 



659/84 Nov. 3/84 



Exemption from the Provisions of 

Sections 7 and 10 of the Act 

- States of the United States of America. 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 



466 



643/81 


Oct. 


17/81 


415/82 


July 


3/82 


230/84 


Apr. 


28/84 


428/84 


July 


14/84 


490/84 


Aug. 


18/84 


532/84 


Sept. 


1/84 


588/84 


Sept. 


29/84 


659/84 


Nov. 


3/84 


679/84 


Nov. 


10/84 


726/84 


Nov. 


24/84 



60 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. 
1980 



Date of 
O.Reg. Gazette 



Exemption from the Provisions of 
Sections 7 and 10 of the Act 

- State of Illinois v . . . . 

Exemption from the Provisions of 
Sections 7 and 10 of the Act 

- State of Maryland 

Exemption from the Provisions of 
Sections 7 and 10 of the Act 

- State of Michigan 

Exemption from the Provisions of 
Sections 7 and 10 of the Act 

- State of South Dakota 

Exemption from the Provisions of 
Subsection 68(1) of the Act 

- Province of Alberta 

Exemption from the Provisions of 
Subsection 68(1) of the Act 

- State of New York 

Extending Validity of Driver's Licence, 
(revoked by 5^9/81) 

Extending Validity of Driver's Licence, 
(expired) 

Extending Validity of Motor Vehicle 
Permits 

(expired) 

Garage Licences 

amended 

amended 

amended 

General 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 



467 



468 



469 



661/82 Oct. 23/82 



658/82 Oct. 23/82 



678/81 Oct. 31/81 



660/82 Oct. 23/82 



121/83 


Mar. 


19/83 


473/81 


Aug. 


1/81 


549/81 


Sept. 


5/81 


843/81 


Jan, 


2/82 



46/81 


Feb. 


21/81 


204/81 


Apr. 


18/81 


659/82 


Oct. 


23/82 


45/81 


Feb. 


21/81 


95/81 


Mar. 


14/81 


193/81 


Apr. 


18/81 


248/81 


May 


16/81 


337/81 


June 


6/81 


460/81 


July 


25/81 


461/81 


July 


25/81 


664/81 


Oct. 


24/81 


791/81 


Dec. 


12/81 


792/81 


Dec. 


12/81 


801/81 


Dec. 


12/81 


358/82 


June 


12/82 


477/82 


July 


31/82 


542/82 


Aug. 


21/82 


744/82 


Nov. 


27/82 


49/84 


Feb. 


18/84 


489/84 


Aug. 


18/84 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



61 



R.R.O. 
1980 



Date of 
O.Reg. Gazette 



Gross Vehicle Weights 

Gross Weight on Bridges 

Gross Weight on the 

Kabitotikwia River Bridge 

Gross Weight on the Karainistikwia 

River Bridge 

Gross Weight on the Trout Lake 

River Bridge 

(revoked by 390/82) 

Gross Weight on the Trout Lake 

River Bridge (revoking Reg. ) 

Highway Closings 

Load Limits 

amended 

Load Limits on Local Roads 

Within Local Roads Areas 

amended 

Motor Vehicle Inspection Stations 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Notice to Have Motor Vehicle Examined 
and Tested 

(revoked by 61/82) 

Notice to Have Motor Vehicle Examined and 

Tested 

amended 

Over-Dimensional Farm Vehicles 

amended 

Parking 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 



470 
471 



472 

473 
474 



475 



491/84 Aug. 18/84 

524/83 Sept. 3/83 

300/82 May 22/82 

390/82 June 19/82 



98/81 Mar. 14/81 
99/81 Mar. 14/81 



100/81 Mar. 14/81 



508/81 Aug. 15/81 

60/82 Feb. 20/82 

525/84 Sept. 1/84 

820/84 Jan. 19/85 



61/82 


Feb. 


20/82 


350/83 


June 


25/83 


476 






427/84 


July 


14/84 


477 






13/81 


Feb. 


7/81 


62/81 


Feb. 


28/81 


110/81 


Mar. 


14/81 


199/81 


Apr. 


18/81 


213/81 


Apr. 


25/81 


339/81 


June 


6/81 


445/81 


July 


18/81 


455/81 


July 


25/81 


529/81 


Aug. 


29/81 


661/81 


Oct. 


17/81 


717/81 


Nov. 


7/81 


790/81 


Dec. 


12/81 


803/81 


Dec. 


19/81 


856/81 


Jan. 


9/82 



62 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. 
1980 



O.Reg. 



Date of 
Gazette 



amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Portable Lane Control Signal Systems 

Reciprocal Suspension of Licences 

Restricted Use of Left Lanes by Commercial 
Motor Vehicles 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Restricted Use of the King's Highway 

Safety Helmets 

amended 

Safety Inspections 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

School Buses 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Seat Belt Assemblies 

amended 

amended 





14/82 


Feb. 


6/82 




123/82 


Mar. 


20/82 




228/82 


May 


1/82 




318/82 


May 


29/82 




396/82 


June 


26/82 




502/82 


Aug. 


7/82 




644/82 


Oct. 


16/82 




801/82 


Dec. 


25/82 




31/83 


Feb. 


5/83 




131/83 


Mar. 


26/83 




189/83 


Apr. 


16/83 




228/83 


May 


7/83 




400/83 


July 


16/83 




457/83 


Aug. 


6/83 




661/83 


Oct. 


29/83 




682/83 


Nov. 


12/83 




4/84 


Jan. 


21/84 




177/84 


Apr. 


14/84 




435/84 


July 


21/84 




550/84 


Sept. 


1/84 




694/84 


Nov. 


17/84 


478 








479 








480 










535/81 


Aug. 


29/81 




17/82 


Feb. 


6/82 




804/83 


Jan. 


7/84 


481 








482 










249/81 


May 


16/81 


483 










507/81 


Aug. 


15/81 




800/81 


Dec. 


12/81 




839/81 


Jan. 


2/82 




59/82 


Feb. 


20/82 




544/82 


Aug. 


21/82 




596/82 


Sept. 


18/82 




742/82 


Nov. 


27/82 




486/84 


Aug. 


18/84 




527/84 


Sept. 


1/84 




821/84 


Jan. 


19/85 


484 










277/81 


May 


23/81 




598/82 


Sept. 


18/82 




19/83 


Jan. 


29/83 




336/83 


June 


18/83 




487/84 


Aug. 


18/84 


485 










545/82 


Aug. 


21/82 




629/83 


Oct. 


15/83 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



63 



R.R.O. 
1980 



Date of 
O.Reg. Gazette 



Security of Loads 

Signs 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Slow-Moving Vehicle Sign 

Special Permits 

Specifications and Standards for Trailer 
Couplings 

Speed Limits 

amended 

amended , . 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 



U28/81 July 11/81 



486 



372/81 


June 


20/81 


802/81 


Dec. 


12/81 


414/82 


July 


3/82 


600/82 


Sept. 


18/82 


122/84 


Mar. 


10/84 


569/84 


Sept. 


15/84 


487 






488 






489 






490 






67/81 


Mar. 


7/81 


109/81 


Mar. 


14/81 


176/81 


Apr. 


11/81 


200/81 


Apr. 


18/81 


338/81 


June 


6/81 


453/81 


July 


18/81 


534/81 


Aug. 


29/81 


573/81 


Sept. 


12/81 


592/81 


Sept. 


19/81 


696/81 


Nov. 


7/81 


708/81 


Nov. 


7/81 


19/82 


Feb. 


6/82 


21/82 


Feb. 


6/82 


137/82 


Mar. 


20/82 


227/82 


May 


1/82 


321/82 


May 


29/82 


344/82 


June 


12/82 


365/82 


June 


12/82 


465/82 


July 


24/82 


623/82 


Oct. 


9/82 


657/82 


Oct. 


23/82 


677/82 


Oct. 


23/82 


698/82 


Nov. 


6/82 


758/82 


Dec. 


4/82 


800/82 


Dec. 


25/82 


827/82 


Jan. 


8/83 


97/83 


Mar. 


5/83 


190/83 


Apr. 


16/83 


191/83 


Apr. 


16/83 


235/83 


May 


7/83 


280/83 


May 


28/83 


382/83 


July 


9/83 


399/83 


July 


16/83 


579/83 


Oct. 


1/83 


693/83 


Nov. 


19/83 


762/83 


Dec. 


24/83 


773/83 


Dec. 


31/83 


23/84 


Feb. 


4/84 


90/84 


Mar. 


3/84 


101/84 


Mar. 


3/84 



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1980 



O.Reg. 



Date of 
Gazette 



amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Speed Limits in Provincial Parks 491 

Speed Limits in Territory Without 

Municipal Organization 

Stopping of Vehicles on Parts of the King's 

Highway 492 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Stop Signs at Intersections 493 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended . 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Stop Signs in Territory Without Municipal 
Organization 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Tire Standards and Specifications 494 

(revoked by 741/81) 

Tire Standards and Specifications 

amended 

amended 

amended 



117/84 


Mar. 


10/84 


158/84 


Mar. 


24/84 


178/84 


Apr. 


14/84 


303/84 


May 


26/84 


374/84 


June 


30/84 


468/84 


Aug. 


n/84 


524/84 


Sept. 


1/84 


628/84 


Oct. 


20/84 


658/84 


Nov. 


3/84 


687/84 


Nov. 


17/84 


789/84 


Dec. 


29/84 



708/83 


Nov. 


19/83 


201/81 


Apr. 


18/81 


707/81 


Nov. 


7/81 


804/81 


Dec. 


19/81 


520/83 


Aug. 


27/83 


790/84 


Dec. 


29/84 


132/81 


Mar. 


28/81 


456/81 


July 


25/81 


22/82 


Feb. 


6/82 


119/82 


Mar. 


20/82 


319/82 


May 


29/82 


676/82 


Oct. 


23/82 


791/82 


Dec. 


18/82 


124/83 


Mar. 


26/83 


234/83 


May 


7/83 


696/83 


Nov. 


19/83 


523/84 


Sept. 


1/84 


791/84 


Dec. 


29/84 


574/81 


Sept. 


12/81 


680/81 


Oct. 


31/81 


18/82 


Feb. 


6/82 


320/82 


May 


22/82 


622/82 


Oct. 


9/82 


123/83 


Mar. 


26/83 


424/83 


July 


16/83 


456/83 


Aug. 


6/83 


642/83 


Oct. 


29/83 


429/84 


July 


14/84 


749/84 


Dec. 


8/84 



741/81 Nov. 21/81 

541/82 Aug. 21/82 

351/83 June 25/83 

253/84 May 12/84 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



65 



R.R.O. 
1980 



O.Reg. 



Date of 
Gazette 



Traffic Control Signal Systems 

Use of Controlled-Access Highways 

by Pedestrians 495 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Vehicle Permits 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Vehicles for the Transportation of 

Physically Disabled Passengers 

amended 

Vehicles on Controlled-Access Highways 496 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Yield Right of Way Signs in Territory Without 
Municipal Organization 

amended 

amended 

amended 

HISTORICAL PARKS ACT 

Historical Parks - Fees M97 

(revoked by 335/81) 

Historical Parks - Fees 

Parks 498 

amended 

HOMEMAKERS AND NURSES SERVICES ACT 

General 499 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

HOMES FOR RETAREGD PERSONS ACT 

General 500 

amended 



526/84 


Sept. 


1/84 


601/81 


Sept. 


19/81 


16/82 


Feb. 


6/82 


229/83 


May 


7/83 


88/84 


Mar. 


3/84 


744/82 


Nov. 


27/82 


108/84 


Mar. 


3/84 


120/84 


Mar. 


10/84 


278/84 


May 


19/84 


377/84 


June 


30/84 


724/84 


Nov. 


24/84 


819/84 


Jan. 


19/85 


167/81 


Apr. 


11/81 


788/84 


Dec. 


29/84 


203/81 


Apr. 


18/81 


602/81 


Sept. 


19/81 


679/81 


Oct. 


31/81 


15/82 


Feb. 


6/82 


73/82 


Feb. 


27/82 


458/82 


July 


17/82 


615/82 


Oct. 


2/82 


89/84 


Mar. 


3/84 


13/82 


Feb. 


6/82 


132/82 


Mar. 


20/82 


544/83 


Sept. 


10/83 


750/84 


Dec. 


15/84 



335/81 June 6/81 
334/81 June 6/81 



236/81 May 2/81 

733/83 Dec. 10/83 

109/84 Mar. 10/84 

238/84 May 5/84 



821/81 Dec. 26/81 



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1980 



Date of 
O.Reg. Gazette 



eunended 

amended ; 

amended 

HOMES FOR SPECIAL CARE ACT 

General 501 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

HOMES FOR THE AGED AND REST HOMES ACT 

General 502 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

HOSPITAL LABOUR DISPUTES ARBITRATION ACT 

Remuneration of Chainnen and Members 

of Arbitration Boards 503 

(revoked by 174/8^1) 

Remuneration of Chairmen and Members 

of Arbitration Boards 

Rules of Procedure 504 



732/83 Deo. 10/83 
499/84 Aug. 18/84 
707/84 Nov. 17/84 



171/81 


Apr. 


11/81 


666/81 


Oct. 


24/81 


236/82 


May 


1/82 


736/82 


Nov. 


20/82 


232/83 


May 


7/83 


664/84 


Nov. 


10/84 



50/81 


Feb. 


188/81 


Apr. 


272/81 


May 


377/81 


June 


482/81 


Aug. 


614/81 


Oct. 


699/81 


Nov. 


820/81 


Dec. 


70/82 


Feb. 


313/82 


May 


457/82 


July 


550/82 


Aug. 


552/82 


Aug. 


723/82 


Nov. 


72/83 


Feb. 


275/83 


May 


464/83 


Aug. 


581/83 


Oct. 


608/83 


Oct. 


630/83 


Oct. 


650/83 


Oct. 


699/83 


Nov.' 


731/83 


Dec. 


765/83 


Dec. 


55/84 


Feb. 


64/84 


Feb. 


311/84 


June 


328/84 


June 


497/84 


Aug. 


705/84 


Nov. 



174/84 Apr. 7/84 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



67 



R.R.O. 
1980 



Date of 
O.Reg. Gazette 



HOTEL FIRE SAFETY ACT 

General 505 

(revoked by 223/84) 

General 

HOUSING DEVELOPMENT ACT 

General 506 

amended 

amended 

amended 

HUNTER DAMAGE COMPENSATION ACT 

General 507 

HYPNOSIS ACT 

Application of Section 2 of the Act 508 

I 

IMMUNIZATION OF SCHOOL PUPILS ACT, 1982 

General 

amended 

INCOME TAX ACT 

General 509 

amended 

amended 

Ontario Tax Credit System Regulation 

Ontario Tax Credit System Regulation 

Ontario Tax Credit System 

amended 

Ontario Tax Credit System 

Taxable Income - Amount Prescribed 

under Section 6 of the Act 

(revoked by 588/81) 

Taxable Inccme - Amount Prescribed 

under Section 6 of the Act (revoking Reg.).... 

Taxable Income - Amount Prescribed 

under Section 6 of the Act 

Taxable Income - Amount Prescribed 

under Section 6 of the Act 



223/84 Apr. 28/84 



780/83 Dec. 31/83 
227/84 Apr. 28/84 
452/84 July 28/84 



23/83 Jan. 29/83 
543/84 Sept. 8/84 



346/81 
848/81 


June 
Jan. 


6/81 
9/82 


90/81 


Mar. 


14/81 


52/82 


Feb. 


20/82 


63/83 
302/83 


Feb. 
June 


12/83 
4/83 



249/84 May 12/84 

89/81 Mar. 14/81 

588/81 Sept. 12/81 

253/82 May 1/82 

301/83 June 4/83 



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R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



Taxable Income - Amount Prescribed 

under Section 5 of the Act 

Tax Table for Individuals 

Temporary Surcharge - Prescribed Amount 

INDUSTRIAL STANDARDS ACT 

Designation of Industries and Zones 510 

Duties of Employers and Advisory 

Committees 511 

Interprovincially Competitive Industries 512 

Publication Costs 513 

Schedule - 

Bricklaying and Stonemasonry 

Industry - Ottawa 

Bricklaying and Stonemasonry 

- Toronto 

Electrical Repair and Construction 
Industry - Ottawa 

Electrical Repair and Construction 
Industry - Toronto 

Fur Industry - Ontario 

amended 

Ladies' Cloak and Suit Industry 

- Ontario 

amended 

Ladies' Dress and Sportswear Industry 

amended 

amended 

Lathing Industry - Ottawa 

Men's and Boys' Clothing Industry 

- Ontario 

amended 

Painting and Decorating Industry 

- Ottawa 

Plastering Industry - Ottawa 

Plumbing and Heating Industry 

- Ottawa 525 



248/84 May 12/84 
864/81 Jan. 16/82 
512/83 Aug. 20/83 



514 








515 








516 








517 








518 


674/83 


Nov. 


5/83 


519 


846/81 


Jan. 


2/82 


520 


401/82 
458/84 


June 
Aug. 


26/82 
4/84 


521 








522 


736/83 


Dec. 


10/83 


523 








524 









TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



69 



R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



Plumbing and Heating Industry 

- Toronto 526 

Sheet-Metal Work Construction Industry 

- Ottawa 527 

INFLATION RESTRAINT ACT, 1982 

First Collective Agreements of 

Newly Certified Bargaining Units 

amended 

(expired) 

General 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

(expired) 

Increase in Minimum Wages Under The 
Employment Standards Act 

(expired) 

Ontario Dairy Herd Improvement 

Corporation 

(expired) 

Ontario Municipal Employees 

Retirement System 

(expired) 

INSURANCE ACT 

Agents ' L icences 

Classes of Insurance 

General 

amended 

Life Companies Special Shares - Investment 

Order under Paragraph 1 of subsection 85(2) 
of the Act - Rates of Interest 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Replacement of Life Insurance Contracts 533 

Schedule of Fees 534 

Uninsured Automobile Coverage 535 

Variable Insurance Contracts of Life 

Insurers 536 



57/83 
490/83 


Feb. 
Aug. 


5/83 
20/83 


819/82 
844/82 
144/83 
236/83 
719/83 


Jan. 

Jan. 

Mar. 

May 

Dec. 


1/83 
8/83 
26/83 
7/83 
3/83 


83/84 


Feb. 


25/84 


91/83 


Feb. 


26/83 


92/83 


Feb. 


26/83 



529 








530 


837/84 


Jan. 


19/85 


531 








532 


559/81 
639/81 
178/83 


Sept. 

Oct. 

Apr. 


5/81 
17/81 
16/83 



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R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



INTERPRETATION ACT 

Fees Payable under Various Acts 537 

INVESTMENT CONTRACTS ACT 

Registration 538 

J 

JUDICATURE ACT 

High Court - Composition 

(revoked by 329/82) 

High Court - Composition 

(revoked by 448/83) 

High Court - Composition 

(revoked by 684/83) 

High Court - Ccmiposition 

Salaries and Benefits of Masters 539 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended , 

amended 

JUDICATURE ACT AND MATRIMONIAL CAUSES ACT 

Rules of Practice and Procedure of the 

Supreme Court of Ontario 540 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

(revoked by 560/84) 

JUNIOR FARMER ESTABLISHMENT ACT 

Application for Bank Loan 541 

General 542 

JURIES ACT 

General 543 

amended 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE ACT 

Salaries and Benefits 

amended 



494/81 


Aug. 


8/81 


329/82 


June 


5/82 


448/83 


July 


30/83 


684/83 


Nov. 


12/83 


427/81 
576/82 
371/83 
567/83 
333/84 


July 

Sept. 

July 

Sept. 

June 


11/81 
11/82 
9/83 
24/83 
16/84 


805/84 


Jan. 


5/85 



734/81 Nov. 21/81 

411/82 July 3/82 

709/82 Nov. 13/82 

141/83 Mar. 26/83 



541/83 Sept. 10/83 



398/84 July 7/84 
675/84 Nov. 10/84 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



71 



R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



LABOUR RELATIONS ACT 

General 544 

amended 

amended 

Office of the Board 545 

Rules of Procedure 546 

LANELORD AND TENANT ACT 

Classes of Accommodation Deaned Not to be 

Residential Premises 547 

Forms 548 

amended 

Summary of Part IV of the Act 549 

LAND REGISTRATION REFORM ACT, 1984 

General 

LAND TITLES ACT 

Application of Act 

(revoked by 550/81) 

Fees 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Forms, Records and Procedures 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

General 

amended 

(revoked by 75/82) 

Land Titles Divisions 553 

(revoked by 550/81) 

Land Titles Divisions 

amended 

amended 

Surveys and Descriptions of Land 554 



408/81 July 4/81 
175/84 Apr. 7/84 



496/81 Aug. 8/81 



580/84 Sept. 29/84 



550 






551 






806/81 


Dec. 


19/81 


324/83 


June 


11/83 


135/84 


Mar. 


17/84 


75/82 


Feb. 


27/82 


323/82 


May 


29/82 


350/82 


June 


12/82 


170/83 


Apr. 


9/83 


278/83 


May 


21/83 


284/84 


May 


19/84 


551/84 


Sept. 


8/84 


579/84 


Sept. 


29/84 


552 

583/81 


Sept. 


12/81 



550/81 Sept. 5/81 
166/83 Apr. 9/83 
449/84 July 28/84 



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TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. 
1980 



Date of 
O.Reg. Gazette 



LAND TRANSFER TAX ACT 

Affidavits 555 

(revoked by 570/83) 

Affidavits (revoking Reg. ) 

Commercial Recreational Property 556 

(revoked by 623/83) 

Consolidated Affidavit of Residence 

and Value of Consideration 557 

(revoked by 613/81) 

Consolidated Affidavit of Residence 

and Value of Consideration 

amended 

Delegation of Authority 558 

amended 

amended 

Exempt ion ( s) : - 

For Certain Final Orders of Foreclosure 
and for Inter-corporate Transfers 

of Land 559 

amended 

For Certain Easements Granted to Oil 

or Gas Pipe Lines 560 

For Certain Insuraince Companies 561 

(revoked by 623/83) 

For Certain Inter-Spousal Transfers 562 

amended v 

For Conveyance to Family Farm Corporation 

or Family Business Corporation 563 

For Conveyance to Non-Resident 

Persons and Persons who are not 

Non-Resident Persons 564 

Final Orders of Foreclosure 565 

(revoked by 623/83) 

Forms 566 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Leases 567 

Minister Authorized to Exempt and Refund 568 

(revoked by 623/83) 



570/83 Sept. 24/83 



613/81 Oct. 3/81 
10/84 Jan. 21/84 



335/83 June 18/83 
625/83 Oct. 15/83 



628/83 Oct. 15/83 



627/83 Oct. 15/83 



270/82 
385/83 
607/83 
9/84 
603/84 



May 8/82 

July 9/83 

Oct. 15/83 

Jan. 21/84 

Oct. 6/84 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



73 



R.R.O. 
1980 



Date of 
O.Reg. Gazette 



Notice of Purchaser's Lien for Default 569 

Rates of Interest 570 

(revoked by 38/82) 

Rates of Interest 

(revoked by 2^47/82) 

Rates of Interest 

(revoked by 516/83) 

Rates of Interest 

amended 

Regulation to revoke Regulations 556, 561, 
565 and 568 of R.R.O. I98O 

Taxation of Mineral Lands 

Transfers Between Related Corporations 

amended 

LAW SOCIETY ACT 

General 

cimended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Law Foundation 

LEGAL AID ACT 

General 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY RETIREMENT ALLOWANCES ACT 

General 576 

LIGHTNING RODS ACT 

General 577 

LIMITED PARTNERSHIPS ACT 

General 578 

amended 

amended 

LINE FENCES ACT 

Forms 579 



571 
572 

573 

571 
5h 



38/82 Feb. 13/82 



247/82 May 1/82 



516/83 Aug. 27/83 
624/83 Oct. 15/83 



623/83 Oct. 15/83 



626/83 Oct. 15/83 



296/83 June 4/83 

297/83 June 4/83 

407/83 July 16/83 

365/84 June 23/84 



109/82 Mar. 13/82 

830/82 Jan. 8/83 

108/83 Mar. 12/83 

157/83 Apr. 2/83 

408/83 July 16/83 



443/82 July 10/82 
203/84 Apr. 14/84 



74 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. 
1980 



Date of 
O.Reg. Geizette 



Forms 

Lands Situate in Territory Without 
Municipal Organization 

LIQUOR CONTROL ACT 

General 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

LIQUOR LICENCE ACT 

General 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended , 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended ■ 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended , 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 



Possession of Liquor in Charles Daley Park, 
(revoked by 148/82) 



580 



581 



10/82 Jan, 30/82 



9/82 Jan. 30/82 



85/82 Mar. 6/82 

391/82 June 26/82 

601/82 Sept. 25/82 

384/84 July 7/84 



20/81 


Feb. 


14/81 


105/81 


Mar. 


14/81 


358/81 


June 


20/81 


560/81 


Sept. 


5/81 


805/81 


Dec. 


19/81 


845/81 


Jan. 


2/82 


30/82 


Feb. 


13/82 


72/82 


Feb. 


27/82 


352/82 


June 


12/82 


353/82 


June 


12/82 


407/82 


June 


26/82 


408/82 


June 


26/82 


487/82 


Aug. 


7/82 


520/82 


Aug. 


14/82 


534/82 


Aug. 


21/82 


580/82 


Sept. 


11/82 


625/82 


Oct. 


9/82 


840/82 


Jan. 


8/83 


591/83 


Oct. 


1/83 


148/84 


Mar. 


17/84 


239/84 


May 


5/84 


251/84 


May 


12/84 


282/84 


May 


19/84 


318/84 


June 


9/84 


383/84 


July 


7/84 


446/84 


July 


28/84 


585/84 


Sept. 


29/84 


598/84 


Oct. 


6/84 


792/84 


Dec. 


29/84 


328/81 


May 


30/81 



Possession of Liquor in Conservation Areas 
Operated by the Halton Region 
Conservation Authority 



Possession of Liquor in Provincial Parks, 
(revoked by 148/82) 



724/83 Dec. 3/83 
134/81 Mar. 28/81 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



75 



R.R.O. 
1980 



Date of 
O.Reg. Gazette 



Possession of Liquor in Provincial Parks . 
and in Parks Managed or Controlled by The 
St. Lawrence Parks Commission and The 

Niagara Parks Commission 

(revoked by 151/83) 

Possession of Liquor in Provincial Parks 
and in Parks Managed or Controlled by The 
St. Lawrence Parks Commission and The 

Niagara Parks Commission 

(revoked by 160/84) 

Possession of Liquor in Provincial Parks 
and in Parks Managed or Controlled by The 
St. Lawrence Parks Commission and The 
Niagara Parks Commission 

LIVE STOCK AND LIVE STOCK PRODUCTS ACT 

Eggs 582 

amended 

amended 

Live Stock 

amended 

amended 

Processed Egg 

amended 

Wool 

amended 

LIVE STOCK BRANDING ACT 

Forms 585 

amended 

LIVE STOCK COMMUNITY SALES ACT 

General 586 

amended 

LIVE STOCK r€DICINES ACT 

General 587 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

LOAN AND TRUST CORPORATIONS ACT 

Approved Trust Companies 588 

amended 

amended 

amended 



148/82 Apr. 3/82 



151/83 Apr. 2/83 



160/84 Mar. 24/84 





301/81 
571/81 


May 
Sept. 


23/81 
12/81 




367/82 
526/82 
589/82 


June 
Aug. 
Sept. 


12/82 
21/82 
18/82 


583 


302/81 


May 


23/81 


584 


303/81 


May 


23/81 



88/82 Mar. 



6-/82 



775/81 Dec. 5/81 



320/81 


May 


30/81 


259/82 


May 


8/82 


667/82 


Oct. 


23/82 


115/84 


Mar. 


10/84 


780/84 


Dec. 


22/84 



347/82 June 12/82 
650/82 Oct. 16/82 
730/84 Dec. 1/84 



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R.R.O. 
1980 



Date of 
O.Reg. Gazette 



Common Trust Funds 589 

amended 

Financial Standards 

- Loan Corporations 

amended 

- Trust Companies 

amended 

Financial Statements 

Loan Corporations Special Shares 
- Investment 

Schedule of Fees 

Subordinated Notes 

- Loan Corporation 

- Trust Company 

Trust Company Special Shares 

- Investment 597 



784/82 Dec. 18/82 



590 


667/84 


Nov. 


10/84 


591 


666/84 


Nov. 


10/84 


592 








593 








594 








595 








596 









LOCAL ROADS BOARDS ACT 

Establishment of Local Roads Areas - 

Northern and Eastern Region 598 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

emended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended .,. 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Northwestern Region 599 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 



78/81 


Mar. 


7/81 


88/81 


Mar. 


14/81 


235/81 


May 


2/81 


259/81 


May 


16/81 


546/81 


Sept. 


5/81 


77/82 


Mar. 


6/82 


265/82 


May 


8/82 


360/82 


June 


12/82 


22/83 


Jan. 


29/83 


76/83 


Feb. 


19/83 


193/83 


Apr. 


16/83 


214/83 


Apr. 


30/83 


314/83 


June 


4/83 


422/83 


July 


16/83 


670/83 


Nov. 


5/83 


241/84 


May 


5/84 


656/84 


Nov. 


3/84 


452/81 


July 


18/81 


625/81 


Oct. 


10/81 


66/82 


Feb. 


20/82 


258/82 


May 


1/82 


310/82 


May 


22/82 


7/83 


Jan. 


22/83 


87/83 


Feb. 


26/83 


254/83 


May 


14/83 


355/83 


July 


2/83 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



77 



R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



amended 

amended 

amended 

General 600 

LOCAL SERVICES BOARDS ACT 

Establishment of Local Services Board - 

Community of Alban 

Community of Armstrong 601 

amended 

Community of Britt 

Community of Campbell Township 

Community of Caramat 

Community of Cartier 

Community of Croft 

Community of Drayton 

Ccxnmunity of Foleyet 602 

Community of Gogama 603 

amended 

Community of Hawk Junction 

Community of Hudson 604 

amended 

amended 

Community of Hurkett 

Community of King - Lebel 

Community of Lappe 

Conmunity of Madawaska 

Community of Madsen 605 

Community of Minaki 

Community of Missanabie 

amended 

Community of Nestor Falls 

Community of Oba 

Community of Pearson 



132/84 Mar. 17/84 
274/84 May 19/84 
657/84 Nov. 3/84 



607/81 Sept. 26/81 

764/84 Dec. 15/84 

274/82 May 8/82 

727/81 Nov. 14/81 

597/81 Sept. 19/81 

326/82 May 29/82 

778/83 Dec. 31/83 

96/81 Mar. 14/81 

850/81 Jan. 9/82 

85/81 Mar. 14/81 



131/82 
649/84 


Mar. 
Oct. 


20/82 
27/84 


119/81 


Mar. 


14/81 


806/82 


Dec. 


25/82 


556/82 


Aug. 


28/82 


741/82 


Nov. 


20/82 


212/83 


Apr. 


30/83 



471/82 July 24/82 
800/83 Jan. 7/84 



795/81 
849/82 



Dec. 12/81 
Jan. 15/83 



472/82 July 24/82 



78 



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R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



Canmunity of Redditt 

Canmunity of Restoule 

Community of Robinson 

Community of Rossport 

Community of Savard and Area. 

Community of Searchmont 

Community of Shakespeare 

Community of Sultan 

Community of Thorne 

amended 

Community of Wabigoon 

Community of Willisville and 
Whitef ish Falls 

amended 

amended 



796/81 


Dec. 


12/81 


633/81 


Oct. 


17/81 


333/81 


June 


6/81 


782/82 


Dec. 


11/82 


528/83 


Sept. 


3/83 


596/81 


Sept. 


19/81 


527/83 


Sept. 


3/83 


473/82 


July 


24/82 


58/82 
503/84 


Feb. 
Aug. 


20/82 
25/84 



7/81 Jan. 31/81 

327/82 May 29/82 

445/82 July 17/82 

765/84 Dec. 15/84 



MARRIACE ACT 

General 606 

MEAT INSPECTION ACT (ONTARIO) 

General 607 

MECHANICS' LIEN ACT 

(See now Construction Lien Act, 1983 - 

3.0.1983,07^1 

General 6O8 

amended 

MENTAL HEALTH ACT 

Application of Act 609 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 



733/81 Nov. 21/81 



173/81 


Apr. 


11/81 


454/81 


July 


18/81 


463/81 


July 


25/81 


207/82 


Apr. 


24/82 


225/82 


May 


1/82 


524/82 


Aug. 


14/82 


745/82 


Nov. 


27/82 


162/83 


Apr. 


9/83 


241/83 


May 


14/83 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



79 



R.R.O. 
1980 



O.Reg. 



Date of 
Gazette 



amended . 
amended, 
amended . 
amended . 
amended . 
amended . 

Grants 

amended . 
amended . 
amended, 
amended . 
amended, 
amended . 
amended . 



610 



542/83 


Sept. 


10/83 


543/83 


Sept. 


10/83 


673/83 


Nov. 


5/83 


154/84 


Mar. 


24/84 


155/84 


Mar. 


24/84 


261/84 


May 


12/84 


174/81 


Apr. 


11/81 


215/81 


Apr. 


25/81 


226/82 


May 


1/82 


804/82 


Dec. 


25/82 


522/83 


Sept. 


3/83 


153/84 


Mar. 


24/84 


262/84 


May 


12/84 



MENTAL HOSPITALS ACT 

Application of Section 10 of the 
Public Hospitals Act 

General 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 



611 



214/81 Apr. 25/81 



172/81 


Apr. 


11/81 


682/81 


Oct. 


■31/81 


237/82 


May 


1/82 


231/83 


May 


7/83 


210/84 


Apr. 


28/84 


665/84 


Nov. 


10/84 



METROPOLITAN POLICE FORCE COMPLAINTS 

PROJECT ACT, 1981 

(see now Metropolitan Toronto Police 

Force Complaints Act, 19"M 

- S.O. 1984, c. 63) 

General 

MILK ACT 

By-Laws for Marketing Boards 

Cheese 

- Exchanges 

amended 

(revoked by 531/84) 

- Information to be Furnished. 

- Marketing 

- Marketing - Exemptions 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Cheese Exchange 





854/81 


Jan. 


9/82 


612 








613 


757/81 


Nov. 


28/81 


614 








615 








616 


197/81 
196/82 
322/82 
200/83 
195/84 


Apr. 

Apr. 

May 

Apr. 

Apr. 


18/81 
17/82 
29/82 
16/83 
14/84 



531/84 Sept. 1/84 



80 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. 
1980 



Date of 
O.Reg. Gazette 



Cream for Processing 

- Plan 617 

- Marketing 6 18 

amended 

Cream Producers 

- Licences 619 

amended 

amended 

Grade A Milk - Marketing 620 

amended 

amended 

amended 

cunended 

(revoked by 541/81) 

Grade A Milk - Producers 621 

(revoked by 45/82) 

Grades, Standards, Designations, Classes, 

Packing and Marking 622 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Industrial Milk - Marketing 623 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Levies - Mi Ik 

Marketing Boards 624 

Marketing of Milk to Fluid Milk Processors.... 
amended 



599/81 Sept. 19/81 



855/81 Jan. 9/82 
380/82 June 19/82 



40/81 Feb. 14/81 

195/81 Apr. 18/81 

266/81 May 16/81 

515/81 Aug. 15/81 



732/82 


Nov. 


20/82 


31/84 


Feb. 


4/84 


630/84 


Oct. 


20/84 


41/81 


Feb 


14/81 


196/81 


Apr. 


18/81 


267/81 


May 


16/81 


516/81 


Aug. 


15/81 


594/81 


Sept. 


19/81 


650/81 


Oct. 


17/81 


877/81 


Jan. 


16/82 


47/82 


Feb. 


20/82 


522/82 


Aug. 


14/82 


559/82 


Aug. 


28/82 


592/82 


Sept. 


18/82 


725/82 


Nov. 


13/82 


857/82 


Jan. 


15/83 


81/83 


Feb. 


19/83 


199/83 


Apr. 


16/83 


253/83 


May 


14/83 


479/83 


Aug. 


13/83 


556/83 


Sept. 


17/83 


812/83 


Jan. 


14/84 


60/84 


Feb. 


18/84 


197/84 


Apr. 


14/84 


272/84 


May 


12/84 


493/84 


Aug. 


18/84 


571/84 


Sept. 


15/84 


484/81 


Aug. 


1/81 


541/81 


Sept. 


5/81 


593/81 


Sept. 


19/81 



TABLE OP REGULATIONS 



81 



R.R.O. 
1980 



O.Reg. 



Date of 
Gazette 



amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

cimended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Milk 

- Marketing 

amended 

amended 

- Marketing - Classes 3, 4, 4a, 4b, 4c, 5, 
5a and 6 

(revoked by 45/82) 

- Transportation , 

(revoked by 442/81) 

- Transportation , 

Milk and Cheese 

- Plan , 

Milk and Milk Products 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Milk Producers 

- Licences 

amended 

(revoked by 45/82) 



625 

626 
627 



649/81 


Oct. 


17/81 


723/81 


Nov. 


14/81 


876/81 


Jan. 


16/82 


46/82 


Feb. 


20/82 


523/82 


Aug. 


14/82 


558/82 


Aug. 


28/82 


591/82 


Sept. 


18/82 


679/82 


Oct. 


23/82 


724/82 


Nov. 


13/82 


856/82 


Jan. 


15/83 


79/83 


Feb. 


19/83 


198/83 


Apr. 


16/83 


252/83 


May 


14/83 


478/83 


Aug. 


13/83 


555/83 


Sept. 


17/83 


811/83 


Jan. 


14/84 


21/84 


Jan. 


28/84 


59/84 


Feb. 


18/84 


105/84 


Mar. 


3/84 


196/84 


Apr. 


14/84 


270/84 


May 


12/84 


271/84 


May 


12/84 


492/84 


Aug. 


18/84 


570/84 


Sept. 


15/84 


801/84 


Jan. 


5/85 



475/81 Aug. 1/81 
5/82 Jan. 23/82 



442/81 July 11/81 



628 








629 










595/81 


Sept. 


19/81 




746/81 


Nov. 


28/81 




145/82 


Mar. 


27/82 




291/82 


May 


15/82 




113/83 


Mar. 


19/83 




658/83 


Oct. 


29/83 



630 



42/81 Feb. 14/81 



82 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



Milk Producers, Licences, Quotas, Pools 

and Transportation 

8imended 

amended 

Milk Products - Extension of Powers 

Reconstituted Milk 

- General 631 

MINING ACT 

Assay Coupons 632 

Exploratory Licences and Leases for 

Oil and Natural Gas North of the 

Fifty-First Parallel of Latitude 633 

Exploratory Licences and Production Leases 

For Natural Gas in Lake Erie 634 

amended 

Forms 635 

Mining Divisions 636 

Refinery Licences 637 

Surveys of Mining Claims 638 

MINING TAX ACT 

General 639 

amended 

MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD ACT 

Farm Tax Reduction Program 

MINISTRY OF COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES ACT 

Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology 

- Boards of Governors and 

Council of Regents 6^0 

amended 

- Colleges 6^^ 

Graduate Scholarships 6M2 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Ontario Special Bursary Program 643 

Ontario Student Loans 614 

eunended 

amended 



45/82 Feb. 20/82 

80/83 Feb. 19/83 

58/84 Feb. 18/84 

80/81 Mar. 14/81 



34/82 Feb. 13/82 



782/83 Dec. 31/83 



716/83 Nov. 26/83 



201/82 Apr. 24/82 



387/81 June 27/81 

577/82 Sept. 11/82 

725/83 Dec. 10/83 

430/84 July 14/84 



451/82 July 17/82 
29/84 Feb. 4/84 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



83 



R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



Ontario Student Loans. • 6^5 

Ontario Study Grant Plan 646 

amended 

amended 

MINISTRY OF C0^f1tJNITY AND SOCIAL SERVICES ACT 

Institutions Under Control of Minister 

Social Assistance Review Board 647 

amended 

amended 

amended 

MINISTRY OF CONSUMER AND COMMERCIAL RELATIONS ACT 

Fees 648 

MINISTRY OF CORRECTIONAL SERVICES ACT 

General 649 

Intermittent Sentences 650 

MINISTRY OF CULTURE AND RECREATION ACT 

(now Ministry of Tourism and Recreation Act 
- see S.O. 1982, c. 7, s. 13) 

Grants for Non-Prof it Camps 651 

amended 

amended 

Municipal Recreation Directors' Certificates 

and Arena Managers' Certificates 652 

(revoked by 634/84) 

Programs of Recreation 653 

(revoked by 517/83) 

MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT ACT 

Assignment of Administration of Ontario 

Waste Management Corporation Act, 1981 

to the Minister of the Environment 

Assignment of Administration of 
Consolidated Hearings Act, 1981 
to the Minister of the Environment 

MINISTRY OF HEALTH ACT 

Bursaries and Fellowships for Health Study. . . . 654 

Chest Diseases Control Clinics 655 

Dental Bursaries 



151/82 Apr. 3/82 
30/84 Feb. 4/84 



26/84 Feb. 4/84 



103/82 Mar. 6/82 
278/82 May 15/82 
709/83 Nov. 19/83 



83/81 Mar. 14/81 
801/83 Jan. 7/84 



510/81 Aug. 15/81 



511/81 Aug. 15/81 



438/83 July 23/83 



84 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



District Health Councils 

Grants - Special 

Grants - Health Resources 

amended 

Greints to University Faculties of 
Medicine 

amended 

amended 

Medical Bursaries 

Occupational Therapy Bursaries 

Physiotherapy Bursaries 

amended 

amended 

Special Grant 

Special Grant 

Speech Pathology and Audiology Bursaries, 
amended 

Standard Ward Acccxnmodation 

eunended 



R.R.O. 
1980 


O.Reg. 


Date of 
Gazette 


656 






657 






658 


401/81 


July 4/81 




536/82 
443/83 
494/84 


Aug. 21/82 
July 23/83 
Aug. 18/84 



i 



659 
660 

661 



437/83 July 23/83 

289/84 May 19/84 

488/82 Aug. 7/82 

769/82 Dec. 11/82 

211/84 Apr. 28/84 



440/83 July 23/83 
212/84 Apr. 28/84 



233/81 May 2/81 



MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES ACT 



Assignment of Powers and Duties 

of Minister - 

Mining and Lands Commissioner to Hear and 
Determine the appeal of Margaret Lonsdale 
against The Otonabee Region Conservation 
Authority 



24/81 Feb. 14/81 



Mining and Lands Commissioner to Hear and 
Determine the appeal of Victor Debbert 
against The South Lake Simcoe Conservation 
Authority 



25/81 Feb. 14/81 



Mining and Lands Commissioner to Hear and 

Determine the appeal of: 

Mr. Milton A. Chomyn against The South 

Lake Simcoe Conservation Authority; 

Mr. A. Evans against The Lakehead 

Region Conservation Authority; 

Mr. Guy E. Muschett against The Credit 

Valley Conservation Authority; 

Mr. Roger Ross against The Metropolitan 

Toronto Region Conservation 

Authority 

amended 



114/81 Mar. 14/81 
219/81 Apr. 25/81 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 8$ 



R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



Mining and Lands Commissioner to Hear and 
Determine the appeal of: 

Edith and Rita Martin against The Rideau 

Valley Conservation Authority; 

W. Takahashi against The Metropolitan 

Toronto and Region Conservation 

Authority 368/81 June 20/81 

Mining and Lands Commissioner to Hear and 
Determine the appeal of: 

Mr. E. Bauman against The Grand 

River Conservation Authority; 

Edith and Rita Martin against The 

Rideau Valley Conservation Authority, .. 389/81 June 27/81 

Mining and Lands Commissioner to Hear and 
Determine the appeal of: 

B. Bisaro against The South 

Lake Simcoe Conservation Authority; 

Frank Morriello against The South Lake 

Simcoe Conservation Authority; 

Sugarbush Holdings Limited against The 

Grand River Conservation Authority 448/81 July 18/81 

Mining and Lands Commissioner to Hear and 
Determine the appeal of: 

Michael Hosinec against The Credit 

Valley Conservation Authority; 

Leon G. Laroche against The Rideau 

Valley Conservation Authority 609/81 Sept. 26/81 

Mining and Lands Commissioner to Hear and 
Determine the appeal of: 

Donald J. Rashotte against the Moira 

River Conservation Authority; 

Tadeusz Trynda against The Rideau 

Valley Conservation Authority; 

Amadale Company Limited against the 

South Lake Simcoe Conservation Authority; 

Reg Prince against the South Lake 

Simcoe Conservation Authority 622/81 Oct. 10/81 

Mining and Lands Commissioner to Hear and 
Determine the appeal of: 

George W. Aregers against The 

Metropolitan Toronto and Region 

Conservation Authority 695/81 Nov. 7/81 

Mining and Lands Commissioner to Hear and 
Determine the appeal of: 

Harold and Jacqueline Zavitz against 

the Upper Thames River Conservation 

Authority; 

Hans Snippe against The Rideau 

Valley Conservation Authority; 

Lionel Edwards against The Otonabee 

Region Conservation Authority 744/81 Nov. 28/81 



86 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. 
1980 



Date of 
O.Reg. Gazette 



Mining and Lands Commissioner to Hear and 

Determine the appeal of: 

Frank Moreano against The South Lake 
Siracoe Conservation Authority 



Mining and Lands Commissioner to Hear and 

Determine the appeal of: 

Polish Army Veterans Association 
against Metropolitan Toronto and 
Region Conservation Authority 



Mining and Lands Commissioner to Hear and 
Determine the appeal of: 

Steven Ruddy against The Halton Region 

Conservation Authority; 

Michele Recchia against The Halton 

Region Conservation Authority 



Mining and Lands Commissioner to Hear and 

Determine the appeal of: 

Graham Double against South Lake Simcoe 
Conservation Authority 

Mining and Lands Commissioner to Hear and 
Determine appeals under subsection 28(5) 
of the Conservation Authorities Act 

MINISTRY OF TOURISM AND RECREATION ACT, 1982 

Grants for Non-Prof it Camps 

amended 

amended 

Municipal Recreation Directors' 

Certificates and Arena 

Managers' Certificates 

(revoked by 634/84) 

Municipal Recreation Directors' 

Certificates and Arena 

Managers' Certificates 

(revoking Reg. ) 

Recreation Programs 

amended 



4/82 Jan. 23/82 



128/82 Mar. 20/82 



651 



652 



129/82 Mar. 20/82 



204/82 Apr. 24/82 



364/82 June 12/82 



83/81 Mar. 14/81 
801/83 Jan. 7/84 



634/84 Oct. 27/84 

517/83 Aug. 27/83 
112/84 Mar. 10/84 



MORTGAGE BROKERS ACT 

General 

amended 

amended 



662 



704/81 Nov. 7/81 
613/83 Oct. 15/83 



MORTMAIN AND CHARITABLE USES ACT 
(Act repealed by S.O. 1982, c.12, s. 



1) 



Licences and Fees, 
(expired) 



663 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



87 



R.R.O. 
1980 



Date of 
O.Reg. Gazette 



MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT CLAIMS ACT 

^« Designated Insurers 

■■ (revoked by 72/84) 

^^H Designated Insurers 

General 

MOTOR VEHICLE DEALERS ACT 

General 

amended 

amended 

MOTOR VEHICLE FUEL TAX ACT 

(see now Fuel Tax Act, 1981 S.O. 1981, c.59) 

Forms 

amended < 

General 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended , 

Taxable Price and Tax Payable on 

Motor Vehicle Fuel and Fuel to Propel 

Rai Iway Equipment , 

amendecl 

amended 

amended , 

amended 

MOTORIZED SNOW VEHiaES ACT 

Designations , 

amended 

amended 

Extending Validity of Motorized 

Snow Vehicle Permits , 

General 

amended 

amended 

Motorized Snow Vehicle Operators' Licences. 

MUNICIPAL ACT 

Designation(s) - 

Agricultural Research Stations 

Correctional Institutions 

Facilities under the Developmental 
Services Act 



664 



665 



668 



669 



670 



671 
672 

673 



152/83 Apr. 2/83 
72/84 Feb. 18/84 



703/81 Nov. 7/81 
617/83 Oct. 15/83 



666 


271/82 


May 


8/82 


667 


181/81 

847/81 

39/82 

248/82 


Apr. 
Jan. 
Feb. 
May 


11/81 
9/82 

13/82 
1/82 




440/81 
630/81 
871/81 
186/82 
448/82 


July 
Oct. 
Jan. 
Apr. 
July 


11/81 
10/81 
16/82 
10/82 
17/82 



111/82 
91/84 


Mar. 
Mar. 


13/82 
3/84 


379/83 


July 


9/83 


454/83 
48/84 


July 
Feb. 


30/83 
18/84 



88 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



Municipalities 

Provincial Education Institutions. . . . , 

Provincial Mental Health Facilities 

and Public Hospitals , 

amended , 

Universities 

Pension Plan for Municipal Employees 

Revision and Certification of Assessment 
Ccxnmissioner' s List 

MUMICIPAL AFFAIRS ACT 

Municipal Auditors 

Tax Arrears and Tax Sale Procedures 

(revoked by 228/81) 

Tax Arrears and Tax Sale Procedures 

(revoked by 451/81) 

Tax Arrears and Tax Sale Procedures 

(revoked by 754/81) 

Tax Arrears and Tax Sale Procedures 

(revoked by 158/82) 

Tax Arrears and Tax Sale Procedures 

(revoked by 416/82) 

Tax Arrears and Tax Sale Procedures 

(revoked by 25/83) 

Tax Arrears and Tax Sale Procedures 

(revoked by 304/83) 

Tax Arrears emd Tax Sale Procedures 

(revoked by 641/83) 

Tax Arrears and Tax Sale Procedures 

(revoked by 13/84) 

Tax Arrears and Tax Sale Procedures 

MUNICIPAL BOUNDARY NEGOTIATIONS ACT, I98I 

City of Chatham, Dover Township 
Boundary 

County of Oxford - Town of Tillsonburg 
- Township of South-West Oxford 
Boundary 



674 
675 

676 

677 
678 

679 



680 



417/82 July 3/82 



6/81 Jan. 24/81 

228/81 Apr. 25/81 

451/81 July 18/81 

754/81 Nov. 28/81 

158/82 Apr. 3/82 

416/82 July 3/82 

25/83 Jan. 29/83 

304/83 June 4/83 

641/83 Oct. 29/83 

13/84 Jan. 28/84 



102/83 Mar, 5/83 



832/84 Jan. 19/85 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



89 



R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



Regional Municipality of Ottawa- 
Car leton - City of Ottawa- 
City of Nepean Boundary 

Town of Almonte - Township of 
Ramsay Boundary 

Town of Cobourg - Hamilton Township 
Boundary 

Town of Leamington - Township of 
Mersea Boundary 

Town of Little Current - Township of 
How land Boundary 

Town of Petrolia - Township of 
Enniskillen Boundary 

Town of Picton - Township of 
Hallowell Boundary 

Town of Ridgetown - Township of 
Howard Boundary 

Town of Rockland - Township of 
Clarence Boundary 

Town of Tilbury - Township of 
Tilbury North Boundary 

Town of Tilbury - Township of 

Tilbury North - Township of 

Tilbury East Boundary 

Village of Beeton - Township of 
Tecumseth Boundary 

Village of Cookstown - Township of 
Essa Boundary 

Village of Cookstown - Township of 
Tecumseth Boundary 

Village of Elora - Township of 
Nichol Boundary 

Village of Glencoe - Township of 

Ekfrid - Township of Mosa 

Boundary 

Village of Hensall - Township of 
Tuckersmith Boundary 

Village of Iroquois - Township of 
Matilda Boundary 

Village of Lancaster - Township of 
Lancaster Boundary 



834 /8i< Jan. 19/85 

2U6/84 May 5/84 

692/82 Oct. 30/82 

369/84 June 23/84 

394/84 July 7/84 

553/83 Sept. 17/83 

325/84 June 9/84 

601/83 Oct. 15/83 

814/83 Jan. 14/84 

831/84 Jan. 19/85 

326/84 June 9/84 

815/83 Jan. 14/84 

738/84 Dec. 8/84 

835/84 Jan. 19/85 

554/83 Sept. 17/83 

220/84 Apr. 28/84 

739/84 Dec. 8/84 

683/83 Nov. 12/83 

813/83 Jan. 14/84 



90 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



I 



R.R.O. 
1980 



Date of 
O.Reg. Gazette 



Village of Merrickville - Township of 
Montague - Township of Wo 1 ford 
Boundary 

Village of Shallow Lake - Township of 
Keppel Boundary 

Village of Tweed - Township of 
Hungerf ord Boundary 

Village of Winchester - Township of 
Winchester Boundary 

MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS ACT 

Forms 

amended 

Use of Voting Recorders 

amended 

MUNICIPAL TAX SALES ACT, 198^1 

Forms 

MUNICIPALITY OF METROPOLITAN TORONTO ACT 

Order - Borough of Etobicoke 

Order - Borough of Scarborough 

Order - Borough of York 



681 
682 



530/84 Sept. 1/84 

833/84 Jan. 19/85 

761/84 Dec. 15/84 

602/83 Oct. 15/83' 

475/82 July 24/82 

555/82 Aug. 28/82 

830/84 Jan. 19/85 

394/83 July 9/83 

395/83 July 9/83 

396/83 July 9/83 



N 



NIAGARA ESCARPMENT PLANNING AND MIVELOPMENT ACT 

Designation of Area of Development Control.. 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 



683 



493/81 


Aug. 


8/81 


799/81 


Dec. 


12/81 


874/81 


Jan. 


16/82 


740/82 


Nov. 


20/82 


790/82 


Dec. 


18/82 


6/83 


Jan. 


22/83 


8/83 


Jan. 


22/83 


84/83 


Feb. 


19/83 


176/83 


Apr. 


16/83 


177/83 


Apr. 


16/83 


665/83 


Oct. 


29/83 


666/83 


Oct. 


29/83 


667/83 


Oct. 


29/83 


668/83 


Oct. 


29/83 


669/83 


Oct. 


29/83 


233/84 


Apr. 


28/84 


247/84 


May 


12/84 


343/84 


June 


16/84 


434/84 


July 


21/84 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



91 



R.R.O. 
1980 



Date of 
O.Reg. Gazette 



Designation of Planning Area 684 

amended 

amended 

Development Within the Development 

Control Area 685 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

NIAGARA PARKS ACT 

General 686 

amended 

amended 

NON-RESIDENT AGRICULTURAL LAND INTERESTS 
REGISTRATION ACT 

General 687 

aimended 

NORTH PICKERING MIVELOPMENT CORPORATION ACT 

North Pickering Planning Area 688 

NOTARIES ACT 

Fees 689 

amended 

amended 

NURSING HOMES ACT 

General 690 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended ; 

amended 

amended 

amended 

cimended 

cimended 

amended 

amended 



9/81 Jan. 31/81 
819/81 Jan. 9/82 



836/81 Jan. 2/82 

181/82 Apr. 10/82 

69M/82 Nov. 6/82 

729/84 Dec. 1/84 



390/81 June 27/81 
103/84 Mar. 3/84 



753/83 Dec. 17/83 



424/81 
367/84 



July 11/81 
June 23/84 



39/81 


Feb. 


14/81 


299/81 


May 


23/81 


489/81 


Aug. 


8/81 


668/81 


Oct. 


24/81 


686/81 


Oct. 


31/81 


793/81 


Dec. 


12/81 


54/82 


Feb. 


20/82 


234/82 


May 


1/82 


296/82 


May 


22/82 


530/82 


Aug. 


21/82 


608/82 


Sept. 


25/82 


734/82 


Nov. 


20/82 


78/83 


Feb. 


19/83 


258/83 


May 


21/83 


459/83 


Aug. 


6/83 


550/83 


Sept. 


10/83 


703/83 


Nov. 


19/83 


790/83 


Jan. 


7/84 


61/84 


Feb. 


18/84 


287/84 


May 


19/84 


481/84 


Aug. 


18/84 


564/84 


Sept. 


15/84 


718/84 


Nov. 


24/84 



92 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. 
1980 



O.Reg, 



Date of 
Gazette 





OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY ACT 

Construction Projects 691 

amended 

Critical Injury - Defined 

Designated Substaince - Acrylonitrile 

Designated Substance - Asbestos 

Designated Substance - Benzene 

Designated Substaince - Coke Oven Emissions.... 

Designated Substance - Isocyanates 

Designated Substance - Lead 

Designated Substance - Mercury 

Designated Substance - Silica 

Designated Substance - Vinyl Chloride 

Fire Fighters - Protective Equipment 

Industrial Establishments 692 

Inventory of Agents or Combination of Agents 
for the Purpose of Section 21 of the Act 

Mines and Mining Plants 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Teachers 

University Academics and 

Teaching Assistants 

X-Ray Safety, Registration cind 

Plan Review 

OFFICIAL NOTICES PUBLICATION ACT 

Rates 695 

cimended 

amended 

(revoked by 149/83) 

Rates 

amended 



156/84 


Mar. 


24/84 


714/82 


Nov. 


13/82 


733/84 


Dec. 


1/84 


570/82 


Sept. 


4/82 


732/84 


Dec. 


1/84 


517/82 


Aug. 


14/82 


455/83 


July 


30/83 


536/81 


Aug. 


29/81 


141/82 


Mar. 


27/82 


769/83 


Dec. 


24/83 


516/82 


Aug. 


14/82 


125/83 


Mar. 


26/83 



693 








694 


626/82 
226/83 
569/83 
769/83 
190/84 


Oct. 

Apr. 

Sept. 

Dec. 

Apr. 


9/82 
30/83 
24/83 
24/83 
14/84 




191/84 


Apr. 


14/84 




307/84 


May 


26/84 




263/84 


May 


12/84 



97/81 
190/82 



149/83 
206/84 



Mar. 14/81 
Apr. 10/82 



Apr. 2/83 
Apr. 28/84 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



93 



R.R.O. 
1980 



O.Reg. 



Date of 
Gazette 



OFF-ROAD VEHICLES ACT, 1983 

General 

amended 

OLEOMARGARINE ACT 

General 696 

amended 

OMBUDSMAN ACT 

General Rules 697 

ONTARIO AGRICULTURAL MUSEUM ACT 

Fees 698 

amended 

General 699 

ONTARIO ENERGY BOARD ACT 

General 700 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Rules of Procedure 701 

Uniform System of Accounts for Gas 

Utilities Class A 702 

ONTARIO FOOD TERMINAL ACT 

Composition and Procedure of Board 703 

Conduct of Business 704 

Rental Fees for Delivering or 

Discharging Produce 705 

ONTARIO GUARANTEED ANNUAL INCO^E ACT 

Forms 706 

(revoked by 231/82) 

Forms 

amended 

General 707 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Guaranteed Income Limit 708 

(revoked by 345/81) 



47/84 Feb. 18/84 
426/84 July 14/84 



295/84 May 26/84 



322/81 May 30/81 



330/81 June 6/81 

805/82 Dec. 25/82 

820/82 Jan. 1/83 

816/84 Jan. 19/85 



231/82 May 1/82 
432/83 July 23/83 



412/81 July 4/81 

230/82 May 1/82 

333/83 June 18/83 

758/83 Dec. 17/83 



94 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



Guaranteed Income Limit , 

(revoked by 432/81) 

Guaranteed Income Limit 

(revoked by 681/81) 

Guaranteed Income Limit 

(revoked by 865/81) 

Guaranteed Income Limit , 

(revoked by 252/82) 

Guaranteed Income Limit , 

(revoked by 480/82) 

Guaranteed Income Limit , 

(revoked by 687/82) 

Guaranteed Income Limit , 

(revoked by 62/83) 

Guaranteed Income Limit , 

(revoked by 465/83) 

Guaranteed Income Limit 

(revoked by 759/83) 

Guaranteed Income Limit 

(revoked by 40/84) 

Guaranteed Income Limit 

(revoked by 264/84) 

Guaranteed Incane Limit 

(revoked by 529/84) 

Guaranteed Income Limit 

(revoked by 712/84) 

Guaranteed Income Limit 

(revoked by 769/84) 

Guaranteed Incane Limit 

ONTARIO HERITACE ACT 

Archaeological Sites 

Historic Sites 

Grants and Loans 

Grants to Incorporated Historical 

Societies and Associations 

(revoked by 418/84) 

Grants to Incorporated Historical 
Societies and Associations 



709 
710 
711 

712 



345/81 June 6/81 

432/81 July 11/81 

681/81 Oct. 31/81 

865/81 Jan. 19/82 

252/82 May 1/82 

480/82 July 31/82 

687/82 Oct. 30/82 

62/83 Feb. 12/83 

465/83 Aug. 6/83 

759/83 Dec. 17/83 

40/84 Feb. 11/84 

264/84 May 12/84 

529/84 Sept. 1/84 

712/84 Nov. 17/84 

769/84 Dec. 22/84 



418/84 July 14/84 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



95 



R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



689/81 Oct. 13/81 



398/81 
729/81 
224/83 
Ul7/8i| 



July 4/81 

Nov. m/81 

Apr. 30/83 

July 14/84 



212/82 Apr. 24/82 



120/82 Mar. 20/82 
546/82 Aug. 21/82 



Grants for Museums 713 

(revoked by 689/81) 

Grants for Museums (revoking Reg. ) 

Grants for Museums 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Grants for Plaquing 714 

Licences 7 15 

(revoked by 212/82) 

Licences 

ONTARIO HIGHWAY TRANSPORT BOARD ACT 

Rules of Procedure 7 16 

amended 

amended 

ONTARIO HUMAN RIGHTS CODE 

(see now Human Rights Code, 198I 
- S.O. 1981, c. 53) 

Form of Complaint 717 

(expired) 

ONTARIO INSTITUTE FOR STUDIES IN EDUCATION ACT 

General 7 18 

ONTARIO LOTTERY CORPORATION ACT 

General 719 

ONTARIO MINERAL EXPLORATION PROGRAM ACT 

General 720 

amended 

General 721 

ONTARIO MUNICIPAL BOARD ACT 

Fees 

Procedure 722 

Tariff of Fees 723 

amended 

amended 

amended 

(revoked by 642/84) 



82/81 Mar. 14/81 



642/84 Oct. 27/84 



623/81 Oct. 10/81 

330/82 June 5/82 

61/83 Feb. 12/83 



96 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. 
1980 



O.Reg, 



Date of 
Gazette 



ONTARIO MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT SYSTEM ACT 

General 721 

cunended 

cunended 

amended 

cunended 

amended 

ONTARIO MUNICIPAL IMPROVEMENT CORPORATION ACT 

Procedure 725 

ONTARIO NEW HOME WARRANTIES PLAN ACT 

Administration of the Plan 726 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

eunended 

Designation of Corporation 727 

amended 

Terras and Conditions of Registration 

of Builders and Vendors 728 

ONTARIO PENSIONERS PROPERTY TAX ASSISTANCE ACT 

Definition - "Rent Paid" 729 

(revoked by 363/82) 

Definition - "Rent Paid" (revoking Reg.) 

General 730 

(revoked by 776/81) 

General 

amended 

amended 

eimended 

General 731 

(revoked by 726/81) 

General 

(revoked by 635/82) 

General 

amended 

Eimended 

(revoked by 695/83) 

General 

(revoked by 654/84) 

General 



641/81 
389/82 
70/83 
359/83 
349/84 



Oct. 17/81 

June 19/82 

Feb. 12/83 

July 2/83 

June 16/84 



142/81 


Mar. 


28/81 


289/82 


May 


15/82 


120/83 


Mar. 


19/83 


78/84 


Feb. 


25/84 


677/84 


Nov. 


10/84 



777/84 Dec. 22/84 



363/82 June 12/82 



776/81 Dec. 5/81 

688/82 Oct. 30/82 

757/83 Dec. 17/83 

713/84 Nov. 17/84 



726/81 Nov. 14/81 



635/82 Oct. 9/82 
393/83 July 9/83 
513/83 Aug. 27/83 



695/83 Nov. 19/83 



654/84 Nov. 3/84 



TABLE OP REGULATIONS 



97 



R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



j ONTARIO PLACE CORPORATION ACT 

Fees 732 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

ONTARIO PLANNING AND DEVELOP^CNT ACT 

Amendment to Local Plan - Vaughan 

Planning Area 

ONTARIO TELEPHONE ENVELOPMENT CORPORATION ACT 

Composition of Corporation 733 

ONTARIO UNCONDITIONAL GRANTS ACT 

Determination of Apportionments, 

Levies and Requisitions, 198I 

amended 

Determination of Apportionments and Levies, 
1982 

Determination of Apportionments and Levies, 
1983 

Determination of Apportionments and Levies, 
198U 

General 734 

(revoked by 578/81) 

General 

amended 

amended 

(revoked by 565/82) 

General 

(revoked by 246/83) 

General 

(revoked by 453/84) 

General 

ONTARIO UNIVERSITIES CAPITAL AID CORPORATION ACT 

Designated Universities 735 



255/81 
784/81 
726/82 
287/83 
7M6/83 
258/84 
836/84 



May 16/81 

Dec. 5/81 

Nov. 13/82 

May 28/83 

Dec. 17/83 

May 12/84 

Jan. 19/85 



76/81 Mar. 7/8 1 



579/81 Sept. 12/81 
104/82 Mar. 6/82 



648/82 Oct. 16/82 

289/83 May 28/83 

255/84 May 12/84 

578/81 Sept. 12/81 

105/82 Mar. 6/82 

413/82 July 3/82 

565/82 Sept. 4/82 

246/83 May 14/83 

453/84 July 28/84 



98 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



ONTARIO WATER RESOURCES ACT 

Plumbing Code 736 

amended 

amended 

(revoked by 815/8M) 

Plumbing Code 

Rate of Interest 737 

South Cayuga Sewage Works 738 

(revoked by 520/81) 

South Cayuga Sewage Works (revoking Reg.) 

Water Wells 739 

amended 

(revoked by 612/84) 

Wells 

ONTARIO YOUTH EMPLOYMENT ACT 

General 

(expired) 

General 

(expired) 

General 

(expired) 

General 

OPERATING ENGINEERS ACT 

General JHO 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

OPHTHALMIC DISPENSERS ACT 

General 741 

amended 



567/81 Sept. 12/81 
58/83 Feb. 5/83 



815/84 Jan. 12/85 



520/81 Aug. 22/81 

160/82 Apr. 3/82 

612/84 Oct. 13/84 

183/81 Apr. 11/81 

195/82 Apr. 17/82 

163/83 Apr. 9/83 

256/84 May 12/84 



180/82 Apr. 10/82 

406/82 June 26/82 

639/83 Oct. 29/83 

745/83 Dec. 17/83 

283/84 May 19/84 



401/84 July 7/84 



PAPERBACK AND PERIODICAL DISTRIBUTORS ACT 



General . . . . 
amended . 



742 



611/83 Oct. 15/83 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



99 



ii- 



R.R.O. 
1980 



O.Reg. 



Date of 
Gazette 



PARKS ASSISTANCE ACT 
General 



713 



PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT ACT 

(An asterisk (*) denotes that the Regulation 

has been amended prior to January 1, 1981 but 

the amendments are not shown.) 

(- for amendments to the end of 198O 

- see Table of Regulations published in 

The Ontario Gazette dated March ^H, I98I or 

in the Statutes of Ontario, I98O.) 



Land Use Regulations - 

County of Halton (now The Regional 
Municipality of Halton) , City of 
Burlington 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

cimended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

County of Halton (now The Regional 
Municipality of Halton) , Town of 
Milton 



•482/73 






55/81 


Feb. 


21/81 


87/81 


Mar. 


14/81 


145/81 


Mar. 


28/81 


147/81 


Apr. 


4/81 


275/81 


May 


16/81 


420/81 


July 


11/81 


468/81 


July 


25/81 


544/81 


Sept. 


5/81 


604/81 


Sept. 


19/81 


605/81 


Sept. 


19/81 


724/81 


Nov. 


14/81 


725/81 


Nov. 


14/81 


826/81 


Dec. 


26/81 


25/82 


Feb. 


13/82 


32/82 


Feb. 


13/82 


482/82 


July 


31/82 


566/82 


Sept. 


4/82 


757/82 


Dec. 


4/82 


818/82 


Jan. 


1/83 


201/83 


Apr. 


23/83 


202/83 


Apr. 


23/83 


318/83 


June 


11/83 


346/83 


June 


25/83 


578/83 


Oct. 


1/83 


767/83 


Dec. 


24/83 


106/84 


Mar. 


3/84 


159/84 


Mar. 


24/84 


304/84 


May 


26/84 


341/84 


June 


16/84 


457/84 


Aug. 


4/84 


504/84 


Aug. 


25/84 


539/84 


Sept. 


8/84 


561/84 


Sept. 


15/84 



•480/73 



100 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. 
1980 



Date of 
O.Reg. Gazette 



County of Halton (now part of the Regional 
municipalities of Halton and Peel), Town of 
Oakville (now part of the towns of Halton 
Hills, Milton, Oakville and the City of 
Mississauga) 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

County of Peel (now The Regional 
Municipality of Peel) , Town of Mississauga 
(now part of the cities of Brampton and 
Mississauga) 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 



•481/73 






15/81 


Feb. 


7/81 


146/81 


Apr. 


4/81 


184/81 


Apr. 


11/81 


192/81 


Apr. 


18/81 


258/81 


May 


16/81 


265/81 


May 


16/81 


317/81 


May 


30/81 


386/81 


June 


27/81 


419/81 


July 


11/81 


449/81 


July 


18/81 


598/81 


Sept. 


19/81 


709/81 


Nov. 


7/81 


362/82 


June 


12/82 


377/82 


June 


19/82 


505/82 


Aug. 


7/82 


704/82 


Nov. 


6/82 


705/82 


Nov. 


6/82 


706/82 


Nov. 


6/82 


707/82 


Nov. 


6/82 


817/82 


Jan. 


1/83 


88/83 


Feb. 


26/83 


116/83 


Mar. 


19/83 


136/83 


Mar. 


26/83 


356/83 


July 


2/83 


363/83 


July 


9/83 


444/83 


July 


23/83 


471/83 


Aug. 


13/83 


635/83 


Oct. 


15/83 


715/83 


Nov. 


26/83 


232/84 


Apr. 


28/84 


305/84 


May 


26/84 


306/84 


May 


26/84 


586/84 


Sept. 


29/84 


643/84 


Oct. 


27/84 


690/84 


Nov. 


17/84 


•479/73 






60/81 


Feb. 


21/81 


198/81 


Apr. 


18/81 


240/81 


May 


9/81 


244/81 


May 


9/81 


245/81 


May 


9/81 


319/81 


May 


30/81 


329/81 


June 


6/81 


464/81 


July 


25/81 


537/81 


Aug. 


29/81 


715/82 


Nov. 


13/82 


119/83 


Mar. 


19/83 


203/83 


Apr. 


23/83 


370/84 


June 


30/84 


772/84 


Dec. 


22/84 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



101 



R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



County of Peel (now The Regional 
Municipality of Peel) , Township of Toronto 
Gore (now the City of Brampton) 

amended 

amended 

amended 

County of Peel (now The Regional 
Municipality of Peel), Township of 
Chinguacousy (now the City of 

Brampton) 

amended 

County of Wentworth (now The Regional 

Municipality of Hamilton-Wentworth) , 

Town of Dundas 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

County of Wentworth (now The Regional 
Municipality of Hamilton-Wentworth), 
Township of East Flaraborough (now the 
Township of Flamborough) 

amended 

amended 

amended 

County of Wentworth (now The Regional 
Municipality of Hamilton-Wentworth), 
Township of West Flaraborough (now the 
Township of Flamborough) 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

County of Wentworth (now The Regional 
Municipality of Hamilton-Wentworth), 
Village of Waterdown (now the Township of 
Flamborough 

Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto, 

Borough of Etobicoke (now the 

City of Etobicoke) 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 



•476/73 






763/81 


Nov. 


28/81 


33/82 


Feb. 


13/82 


726/83 


Dec. 


10/83 



»477/73 






691/81 


Nov. 


7/81 


•486/73 






354/81 


June 


13/81 


1/82 


Jan. 


23/82 


693/82 


Nov. 


6/82 


26/83 


Jan. 


29/83 


728/83 


Dec. 


10/83 


432/84 


July 


21/84 



•483/73 






90/83 


Feb. 


26/83 


439/83 


July 


23/83 


787/84 


Dec. 


29/84 



•484/73 






483/82 


July 


31/82 


617/82 


Oct. 


2/82 


133/83 


Mar. 


26/83 


134/83 


Mar. 


26/83 


135/83 


Mar. 


26/83 


213/83 


Apr. 


30/83 


485/83 


Aug. 


20/83 


582/83 


Oct. 


1/83 


727/83 


Dec. 


10/83 



•485/73 



•478/73 






506/82 


Aug. 


7/82 


95/83 


Mar. 


5/83 


328/83 


June 


18/83 


523/83 


Sept. 


3/83 


655/84 


Nov. 


3/84 



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Regional Municipality of York, 
Town of Markham 

amended 

amended , 

amended 

amended , 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Regional Municipality of York, 
Town of Richmond Hill 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Regional Municipality of York, 
Town of Vaughan 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

(revoked by 315/84) 

Regional Municipality of 
York, Town of Vaughan 
(revoking Reg.) 

Parkway Belt Plcinning Area 

PARTNERSHIPS REGISTRATION ACT 

General 

amended 

PENSION BENEFITS ACT 

Exemption 

Exanption 



R.R.O. 




Date of 


1980 


O.Reg. 


Gazette 




»473/73 








282/81 


May 


23/81 




443/81 


July 


11/81 




582/81 


Sept. 


12/81 




432/82 


July 


3/82 




437/82 


July 


10/82 




470/82 


July 


24/82 




513/82 


Aug. 


14/82 




593/82 


Sept. 


18/82 




317/83 


June 


11/83 




489/83 


Aug. 


20/83 




491/83 


Aug. 


20/83 




634/83 


Oct. 


10/83 




718/83 


Dec. 


3/83 




770/83 


Dec. 


24/83 




11/84 


Jan. 


28/84 




171/84 


Apr. 


7/84 




689/84 


Nov. 


17/84 




»474/73 








508/82 


Aug. 


7/82 




472/84 


Aug. 


11/84 




521/84 


Sept. 


1/84 




•475/73 








79/81 


Mar. 


7/81 




49/82 


Feb. 


20/82 




189/82 


Apr. 


10/82 




376/82 


June 


19/82 




387/82 


June 


19/82 




433/82 


July 


10/82 




434/82 


July 


10/82 




469/82 


July 


24/82 




507/82 


Aug. 


7/82 




620/82 


Oct. 


9/82 




104/83 


Mar. 


12/83 




413/83 


July 


16/83 




546/83 


Sept. 


10/83 



744 



745 



315/84 June 2/84 



204/84 Apr. 14/84 

166/81 Apr. 4/81 
315/82 May 22/82 



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R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



General 746 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

PERSONAL PROPERTY SECURITY ACT 

Branch Offices 

amended 

Fees Concerning Security Documents 

amended 

General 

amended 

Personal Property Security Assurance 

Fund 750 

PESTICIDES ACT 

General 751 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

PETROLEUM RESOURCES ACT 

Exploration, Drilling and Production 752 

amended 

Spacing Units - 

Arthur Pool 753 

Clearville 754 

Colchester South 755 

Courtright Pool 756 

Coveny Pool 757 

Dawn 4-28-1 1 1 Pool 758 

Dawn and Sorabra (Townships of) 759 

Dover 7-5-V Pool 

Duncannon Pool 76O 

Egremont (Township of) 76 1 

Ekfrid Pool 762 





101/81 
262/82 
500/83 
73/84 
620/84 


Mar. 

May 
Aug. 
Feb. 
Oct. 


14/81 
8/82 
27/83 
18/84 
20/84 


747 


616/84 


Oct. 


20/84 


748 


137/84 


Mar. 


17/84 


749 









838/81 Jan. 2/82 



252/81 


May 


16/81 


616/81 


Oct. 


3/81 


756/81 


Nov. 


28/81 


161/82 


Apr. 


3/82 


70/84 


Feb. 


18/84 


731/84 


Dec. 


1/84 



35/82 Feb. 13/82 



622/83 Oct. 15/83 



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R.R.O. Date of 

1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



General Dawn 5-27-1 1 1 Pool 763 

Gosf ield South (Township of) 764 

Hemlock Pool 765 

Innerkip East Pool 766 

Innerkip Pool 767 

Ladysmith Pool 768 

Maiden (Township of) 769 

Mersea 1-15-B Pool 

Moore (Township of) 770 

Osborne Pool 771 

Otter Creek East Pool 772 

Otter Creek Pool 773 

Oxley Field 774 

Plympton 5-19-VI Pool 775 

Ruscom River Pool 776 

St. Patrick's Pool 777 

Terminus North Pool 778 

Townsend Pool 779 

Venison Creek Pool 780 

Verschoyle West Pool 78I 

Wilsonville Pool 782 

Wilsonville South Pool 783 

PITS AND QUARRIES CONTROL ACT 

General 784 

amended 

amended 

amended 

PLANNING ACT 

(see now Planning Act, 1983 - S. 0.1983, c.1) 

Delegation of Authority of Minister 

under Section 53 of the Planning Act 

- Condominium Plans 

(revoked by 475/83) 



584/84 Sept. 29/84 



157/81 Apr. 4/81 
323/81 May 30/81 
424/84 July 14/84 



324/81 May 30/81 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



105 



R.R.O. 
1980 



Date of 
O.Reg. Gazette 



- Condominium Plans 

(revoked by 475/83) 

- Subdivision Plans 

(revoked by 476/83) 

NOTE: For Delegation of Authority Withdrawals 
see "Withdrawals of Delegation of 
Authority of Minister under " 

Notice Requirements - 

Restricted Area By-Laws 

(revoked by 404/83) 

Order of the Minister under Section 30 
of the Planning Act 

Town of Fort Erie in The Regional 
Municipality of Niagara, Lot 15 and 
parts of lots 14 and 16, Plan 
Number 32 

City of London in the County of 
Middlesex, Lot 35, Plcin Number 630 

Township of Aldborough in the County 

of Elgin, Lot 7, Concession XII, 

Plan Number D-320 

Township of Essa in the County 

of Simcoe, Lot 19, Concession IV, 

Plan Number 51R-478 

Town of Bracebridge in the District 
Municipality of Muskoka, Lot 20 in 
Concession IX, Plan Number BR-1624 

Town of Fort Erie in The Regional 
Municipality of Niagara, Lot 40, 
Plan Number 1088 and Lot 57, 
Plan Number 200 

Town of Blind River in the Territorial 

District of Algoma, Lot 376, 

Plan Number 487 

Town of Goderich in the County of 
Huron, lots 865 and 866, lots 888 and 
889, Plan Number 7 

City of Hamilton in The Regional 
Municipality of Hamilton-Wentworth, 
lots 6, 7, 8 and part of Lot 9 
Plan Number 62R-423 

Township of Bedford in the County of 
Frontenac, Lot 31, Concession VII, 
Plan Number R-95 



785 



147/83 Apr. 2/83 
78/82 Mar. 6/82 



2/81 


Jan. 


24/81 


3/81 


Jan. 


24/81 


8/81 


Jan. 


31/81 


2/81 


Feb. 


7/81 


7/81 


Feb. 


7/81 



34/81 Feb. 14/81 



54/81 Feb. 21/81 



74/81 Mar. 7/81 



86/81 Mar. 14/81 



124/81 Mar. 21/81 



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a- 



R.R.O. 
1980 



O.Reg. 



Date of 
Gazette 



Township of Paipoonge in the 
Territorial District of Thunder Bay, 
Lot 25, Concession III, Parcel 2094... 

Township of Snowdon in the 
Provisional County of Haliburton, 
Plan Number 19R-538 

Town of Newcastle, formerly in the 
Township of Darlington, in the County 
of Durham, Lot 23, Concession III 

Township of Dunwich in the County 

of Elgin, Lot 8, Concession VII 

Township of Rama in the County of 
Simcoe, formerly in the County of 

Ontario, Lot 19, Concession F 

(revoked by 486/81) 

Township of Rama in the County of 
Simcoe, Lot 19, Concession F 

Town of Wasaga Beach formerly 
in the Village of Wasaga Beach, 
in the County of Simcoe, Lot 2, 
Concession XV, Plan Number 815 

Town of Wasaga Beach in the County 
of Simcoe, Plan Number 518942 and 
Plan Number 815 

Township of Verulam in the County 
of Victoria, Lot 11, Concession IV, 
Plan Number RD60 

Borough of York in The Municipality 
of Metropolitan Toronto, Parts of 
Lots 314 and 315, Plan Number 1813 

Borough of York in The Municipality 
of Metropolitan Toronto, Parts of 
Lots 17 and 18, Plan Number 847 

Township of Essa in the County of 
Simcoe, Part of the East Half of 
Lot 19, Concession IV, 
Plan Number 51R-478 

Township of Wainfleet in The Regional 
Municipality of Niagara, formerly in 
the County of We Hand, Parts of 
Lots 19 and 20, Concession III, 
Plan Number 778A 



189/81 


Apr. 


11/81 


211/81 


Apr. 


25/81 


234/81 


May 


2/81 


260/81 


May 


16/81 


261/81 


May 


16/81 


262/81 


May 


16/81 



263/81 May 16/81 



264/81 May 16/81 



351/81 June 13/81 



356/81 June 13/81 



357/81 June 13/81 



391/81 June 27/81 



392/81 June 27/81 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



107 



R.R.O. 
1980 



Date of 
O.Reg. Gazette 



Town of Fort Erie in The Regional 
Municipality of Niagara, formerly 
in the County of Welland, Part of 
Block F, Corporation Plan No. 24, 
now known as Plan 525 

Township of Amaranth in the County 
of IXif ferin, Lot 1 , Concession IX. . . 

Township of Garden in the County of 
Victoria, Lot 2, Concession IV, 
Plan Number 57R-228 



393/81 


June 


27/81 


403/81 


July 


4/81 


411/81 


July 


4/81 



Town of Fort Erie in The Regional 
Municipality of Niagara, formerly 
in the Township of Bertie in the 
County of Welland, Lot 4, Cross 
Concession 

City of Toronto in The Municipality 

of Metropolitan Toronto, Lot 1, 

Plan Number 128E 

Township of Rama in the County of 
Simcoe, formerly in the County of 
Ontario, Lot 19, Concession F 

City of Mississauga in The Regional 
Municipality of Peel, formerly in the 
Township of Toronto in the County of 
Peel, Lot 128, Plan Number 745 



450/81 July 18/81 



485/81 Aug. 8/81 



486/81 Aug. 8/81 



488/81 Aug. 8/81 



Town of Wasaga Beach, formerly the 
Village of Wasaga Beach, in the 
County of Simcoe, Lot 5, Sixteenth 
Concession 



528/81 Aug. 29/81 



City of North York, formerly in the 
Borough of York, in The h^onicipality 
of Metropolitan Toronto, 
Plan Number 2056 



542/81 Sept. 5/81 



Town of East Gwillimbury in The 
Regional Municipality of York, Block E, 

Part I , Plan Number 402 , 

(revoked by 585/81) 



577/81 Sept. 12/81 



Town of East Gwillimbury in The 
Regional Municipality of York, Block E, 
Part I, Plan Number 402 , 



585/81 Sept. 12/81 



Town of Tay in the County of Simcoe, 
Lot 13, Plan Number 87 designated as 
Part 14, Plan Number 51R-1278 



612/81 Oct. 3/81 



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TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. 
1980 



Date of 
O.Reg. Gazette 



City of Orillia, formerly in the 

Township of South Orillia, 

in the County of Simcoe, Lot 5, 

Concession IV, Parts 1, 2, 3 and 4 

Plan Number 51R-1130 

Geographic Township of Casgrain in the 

Territorial District of Cochrane, 

Lot 25, Concession VII 

Township of Rama in the County of 
Simcoe, Lot 5, Concession L 

Township of Nottawasaga in the 

County of Simcoe, Lot 32, 

Concession IV and V 

Town of Markham in The Regional 
Municipality of York, formerly in the 
Township of Markham in the 
County of York, Parcel 6-1, 

Section MA-2 

(revoked by 861/81) 

City of Toronto and partly in the 
Borough of York, formerly in the 
Township of York, Plan No. 1885 

Town of Fort Erie in The Regional 

Municipality of Niagara, formerly 

in the Township of Bertie in the 

County of We Hand, Lot 2, 

Concession II , 

Township of Tay in the County of 

Simcoe, Lot 14, Plan Number 87, 

Part 5, Plan Number 51R-1278 , 

Township of Mariposa in the County 
of Victoria, lots 7 and 8, Concession 
A, Part 54, Plan Number R.D. 187 and 
Lot 98, Plan Number 553 

Town of Wasaga Beach in the County 

of Simcoe, Lot 26, Plan Number 1576 

Town of Wasaga Beach, formerly in the 
Village of Wasaga Beach, in the County 
of Simcoe, part of Lot 6, Concession XVI, 
Plan Number 51R-553 

Town of Markham in The Regional 
Municipality of York, formerly in the 
Township of Markham in the County of 
York, Parcel 6-7 for Section MA-2 

Township of Lindsay in the County of 

Bruce, Lot 15, Concession VIII, 

Plan Number R-174 



618/81 


Oct. 


10/81 


632/81 


Oct. 


17/81 


674/81 


Oct. 


24/81 


676/81 


Oct. 


31/81 



677/81 Oct. 31/81 



714/81 Nov. 7/81 



780/81 Dec. 5/8l 



782/81 Dec. 5/81 



783/81 
797/81 



Dec. 5/81 
Dec. 12/81 



840/81 Jan. 2/82 



861/81 Jan. 9/82 



869/81 Jan. 16/82 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



109 



R.R.O. Date of 

1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



Township of Emily in the County of 

Victoria, Lot 13, Concession I, 

Plan Number RD-i4i4 , 

Township of Tay in the County of 
Simcoe, part of Lot 112, Concession II, 
Plan Number 51R-1231 

Geographic Township of Monteith in the 
Territorial District of Parry Sound, 
part of Lot 31, Concession VIII, 
Plan Number PSR 1700 , 

Geographic Township of Monteith in the 
Territorial District of Parry Sound, 
part of Lot 31, Concession VIII, 
Plan Number PSR 1700 

Township of Tay in the County of Simcoe, 

part of Lot 13, 

Plan Number 51R-1278 , 

Township of Cardiff in the 

Provisional County of Haliburton, 

part of Lot 2^ , Concession VI 

Township of Bedford in the County of 

Frontenac, part of Lot 31, 

Concession VII 

City of North York in The 

Municipality of Metropolitan 

Toronto, part of Lot 64, 

Plan Number 76 1 1 

City of North York in The 

Municipality of Metropolitan 

Toronto, Lot 65, Plain Number 76II 

Township of Uxbridge in The Regional 
Municipality of IXarham in the County of 
Ontario, part of Lot 14, Concession VII, 
Plan Number 414 

Town of Wasaga Beach in the County of 

Simcoe, Lot 43, 

Plan Number 17OO 

Township of Tay in the County of Simcoe, 
Lot 83, Concession 1, 

Plan Number 51R-10463 

(revoked by 453/82) 

Township of Scugog in The Regional 
Municipality of IXirham, Lot 5, 
Concession X, 
Plan Number 40R-4747 



6/82 Jan. 30/82 



51/82 Feb. 20/82 



64/82 Feb. 20/82 



65/82 Feb. 20/82 



80/82 Mar. 6/82 



81/82 Mar. 6/82 



87/82 .Mar. 6/82 



112/82 Mar. 13/82 



113/82 Mar. 13/82 



143/82 Mar. 27/82 



163/82 Apr. 3/82 



164/82 Apr. 3/82 



175/82 Apr. 10/82 



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TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



Township of Tay in the County of Simcoe, 

lots 13 and 14, 

Plan Number 51R-1278 

Township of Georgina in The Regional 
Municipality of York, Lot 11, 
Concession III, 
Plan Number 86766B 

City of Mississauga in The Regional 

Municipality of Peel, Lot 162, 

Plan Number 774 

City of Mississauga in The Regional 
Municipality of Peel, Lot 5, 
Concession I, 
Plan Number 43R-9820 

Town of Wasaga Beach, County of Simcoe, 

Lot 6, Concession XVI, 

Plan Number RD469 

Township of Smith in the County of 
Peterborough, Lot 27, Concession XIV, 
Plan Number 45R-4201 , 

Town of Parry Sound, Territorial District 
of Parry Sound, Lots 114 and 115 on 
Westside of Highview Street, 
Plan Number 1 35 

Township of Mariposa, 

County of Victoria, Lot 40, 

Plan Number 553 

Township of Southwold, 

County of Elgin, Lot 45, 

Plan Number D-91 1 

Township of Mariposa, County of 
Victoria, Part 19 on Reference Plan, 

Lot 40, Plan Number 553 

(revoked by 435/82) 

Township of Essa in the County of 

Simcoe, Lot 19 in Concession IV, 

Plan Number 478 

Town of Wasaga Beach, formerly in the 
Township of Sunnidale, in the County of 
Simcoe, Lot 5, Concession XV, 
Plan Number 51R-1316 

Township of Adelaide, County of 

Middlesex, Concession III, Lot 19, 

Plan Number 295 



192/82 Apr. 17/82 



193/82 Apr. 17/82 



280/82 May 15/82 



292/82 May 22/82 



301/82 May 22/82 



316/82 May 29/82 



332/82 June 5/82 



371/82 June 19/82 



372/82 June 19/82 



381/82 June 19/82 



402/82 June 26/82 



420/82 July 3/82 



421/82 July 3/82 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



111 



R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



Township of Adelaide, County of 

Middlesex, Concession III, Lot 20, 

Plan Number 295 

Township of Normandy, County of 

Grey, Lot 30, Concession XIII 

Township of Mariposa, County of 

Victoria, Part 19 on Reference Plan, 

Lot 40, Plan Number 553, 

(revoking Reg. ) 

Township of Beaucage in the Territorial 
District of Nipissing, Lot 12, Concession I, 
Plan Number P-2259 

Township of Lindsay, County of Bruce, 

Lot 15, Concession VIII, 

Plan Number R-174 

Township of Tay, County of Simcoe, 

Lot 83, Concession I, 

Plan Number 51R-10463 

Township of Leamington, County of 

Essex, Lot 10, Plan Number 198 

Village of Elora, County of Wellington 

Wellington South (No. 61), 

Plan Number I8I 

Township of London, County of 

Middlesex, Concession XI 

Township of Matchedash, County of 

Simcoe, Lot 20 , Concession VIII 

Village of Elora, County of Wellington, 
Wellington South (No. 61) as Number I8I, 
Plan Number WGR-14 

Township of Himsworth South, 

District of Parry Sound, Lot 11, 

Concession XVII, Number PSR, 

Plan 290 

Township of Cardiff, Provisional 

County of Ha li burton, Lot 24, 

Concession VI 

Town of Halton Hills, The Regional 
Municipality of Halton (formerly the 
Town of Acton in the County of Halton) 
Lot HO, Plan Number 772 

Township of West Lincoln, The Regional 
Municipality of Niagara (Formerly in the 
Township of Gainsborough, County of Lincoln) 
Lot 19, Concession IV 



422/82 
427/82 



July 3/82 
July 3/82 



435/82 


July 


10/82 


446/82 


July 


17/82 


452/82 


July 


17/82 


453/82 


July 


17/82 


461/82 


July 


24/82 


481/82 


July 


31/82 


493/82 


Aug. 


7/82 


510/82 


Aug. 


14/82 


511/82 


Aug. 


14/82 



512/82 Aug. 14/82 



578/82 Sept. 11/82 



603/82 Sept. 25/82 



605/82 Sept. 25/82 



112 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



Township of Cardiff, Provisional County 

of Haliburton, Lot 24, 

Concession VI 

Township of Innisfil, County of 

Simcoe, Lot 30, Concession XIII, 

Plan Number 650 

(revoked by M/83) 

Township of Adjala in the County 

of Simcoe, Plan Number RD-622 

Township of Innisfil in the County 

of Simcoe, Lot 26, Concession XI 

Township of Bayham in the County 

of Elgin 

Township of Essa in the County 

of Simcoe, Lot 19, Concession IV 

Township of Tudhope in the 
Territorial District of Timiskaming, 
Lot 11, Concession 1, Plan Number 
54R_1 327 

Township of Essa in the County 

of Simcoe, Lot 19, Concession IV, 

Plan Number 51R-11213 

Township of Lindsay in the County 

of Bruce, Lot 15, Concession VIII, 

Plan Number R-17'4 

Township of Cramahe in the 

County of Northumberland, Lots 

14, 15 and 16 in Concession IV 

Township of Brant in the County 

of Bruce, Lot 30, Concession II 

Township of Innisfil in the County 
of Simcoe, Part of Broken, Lot 30, 
Concession XIII and Part of Lot 39 
and Block G, Plan Number 660 

Town of Wasaga Beach (formerly in the 
township of Sunnidale) in the County 
Simcoe, Lot 6, Concession XVI, 
Plan Number 534 

Town of Rayside - Balfour in The 

Regional Municipality of Sudbury, 

Lot 1, Concession III, 

Plan Number 53R-3792 



666/82 Oct. 23/82 



675/82 


Oct. 


23/82 


691/82 


Oct. 


30/82 


699/82 


Nov. 


6/82 


735/82 


Nov. 


20/82 


756/82 


Dec. 


4/82 



759/82 Dec. 4/82 



763/82 Dec. 4/82 



764/82 Dec. 4/82 



788/82 
811/82 



Dec. 4/82 
Jan. 1/83 



4/83 Jan. 22/83 



18/83 Jan. 29/83 



52/83 Feb. 5/83 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 113 



R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



Town of Lindsay, formerly in the 

Tovmship of Ops, in the County of 

Victoria, east half of Lot 20 in 

Concession IV, Plan Number 97956; 

Lot 20, Concession IV, 

Plan Number 13^15 59/83 Feb. 5/83 

Town of Onaping Falls 

formerly in the Township 

of Dowling, in The Regional 

Municipality of Sudbury, 

Lot 10, Concession IV 89/83 Feb. 26/83 

Town of Wasaga Beach, 

formerly in the Township 

of Nottawasaga, County 

of Simcoe, Lot 8, 

Plan Number 862 105/83 Mar. 12/83 

Town of Fort Erie in The 

Regional Municipality of 

Niagara, parts of Lots 13 

and 14, Plan Number 328 for the 

Town of Fort Erie and 

Plan Number 2371 for the former 

Township of Bertie, now 

known as Plan Number 992 109/83 Mar. 12/83 

City of Cornwall in the 

United Counties of Stormont, 

Dundas and Glengarry, Lot 7, 

Concession 1 110/83 Mar. 19/83 

Township of Wolford in the 

United Counties of Leeds and 

Grenville, Lot 10, 

Concession II 111/83 Mar. 19/83 

Township of Orillia in the 

County of Simcoe, Lot 2 

Concession 1 , Plan Number 1478 115/83 Mar. 19/83 

Township of Dack, in the 

Territorial District of Timiskaming, 

Parcel 17567, 

South Section Timiskaming 143/83 Mar. 26/83 

Township of Tay in the County of 

Simcoe, part of Lot 13 

Plan Number 51 R- 1278 181/83 Apr. 16/83 

Town of Wasaga Beach in the 

County of Simcoe, Lot 40 

Plan Number 17OO 182/83 Apr. 16/83 

Township of Croft in the 

Territorial District of Parry Sound, 

Lots 21 and 22, Concession III, 

Plan Number P5R 1904 207/83 Apr. 23/83 



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I 



R.R.O. 
1980 



Date of 
O.Reg. Gazette 



City of Mississauga in The 

Regional Municipality of Peel, 

formerly in the Tovmship of Toronto 

in the County of Peel, 

part of Lot 125 

Plan Number 77^ 

Township of Hagerraan in the 
Territorial District of Parry Sound, 
parts of Lots 28, 29 and 30 in 
Concession VII 
Plan Number 260 

Town of Fort Erie in The Regional 

Municipality of Niagara, formerly in 

the Village of Crystal Beach in the 

County of Welland, 

part of Block P 

Plan Number 5MU 

Township of Evanturel in the 
Territorial District of Timiskaming, 
part of the south half of Lot 7 
in Concession I 

Townships of Belmont and Methuen, 
formerly in the Township of Methuen, 
in the County of Peterborough, 
parts of Lot 30 in Concession IX 

Township of Mariposa in the 

County of Victoria, 

part of Lot 1 in Concession C, 

part 6 Number R.D. 200 

Lot 1 1 Number 5^7 



Township of Howard in the County of Kent, 
half Lot 93, Number 219087 ■ 



Township of Mariposa in the 
County of Victoria 
part of Lot 8 in Concession A 
Number R.D. 187 



Town of Goderich in the 
County of Huron 
West half of Lot 376 
Plan Number 457 



216/83 Apr. 30/83 

217/83 Apr. 30/83 

243/83 May 14/83 

249/83 May 14/83 

315/83 June 11/83 

327/83 June 18/83 

329/83 June 18/83 

352/83 June 25/83 

357/83 July 2/83 



f 



Town of Huntsville in the 

District Municipality of Muskoka, 

formerly in the Township of Chaffey in the 

District of Muskoka, 

Part of Lot 11, Concession III 

Township of Chaffey 

Part 18, Plan Number BR-1048 



Town of Aylmer in the 

County of Elgin 

Lots 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 of Plan 301, 



420/83 July 16/83 
421/83 July 16/83 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



US 



R.R.O, Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



Town of Rayside-Balfour in The 

Regional Municipality of Sudbury, 

part of Lot 1 in Concession III, 

Plan Number 53R-3792 

Town of Rayside-Balfour in The 

Regional Municipality of Sudbury, 

part of Lot 1 in Concession III, 

Plan Number 53R-3792 

Township of Fenelon in the 

County of Victoria 

part of Lot 30 in Concession VII 

Township of Georgina, in The 
Regional Municipality of York, 
formerly in the County of York, 
part of Lot Numbers 22 and 23 in 
Concession 1 

City of Mississauga in The 

Regional Municipality of Peel 

(formerly in the Township of Toronto, 

in the County of Peel) 

part of Block B, Plan Number 680 

(An asterisk (*) denotes that the Regulation has 

been amended prior to January 1, 1981 but 

the amendments are not shown. ) 

(- for amendments to the end of 198O 

- see Table of Regulations published in 

The Ontario Gazette dated March 14, 198I or 

in the Statutes of Ontario, 198O.) 

Restricted Areas - (now zoning) 
County of Brant, 

Township of Brantf ord 

Township of Brant ford 

(revoking Reg. ) 

County of Bruce, 

Township of Brant (revoking Reg.) 

Township of Carrick 

amended 

Township of Huron (revoking Reg.) 

Town of Kincardine (revoking Reg.) 

County of Elgin, 

Township of Bayham (•284/74) 

amended 

(revoked by 799/82) 

Township of Bayham (revoking Reg.) 

Township of Malahide (revoking Reg.)... 



467/83 Aug. 6/83 

468/83 Aug. 6/83 

472/83 Aug. 13/83 

518/83 Aug. 27/83 

519/83 Aug. 27/83 



•295/74 

695/82 Nov. 6/82 

747/82 Nov. 27/82 

•274/74 

358/83 July 2/83 

746/82 Nov. 27/82 

748/82 Nov. 27/82 

738/81 Nov. 21/81 

799/82 Dec. 25/82 

588/82 Sept. 18/82 



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R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



County of Essex, 

Township of Colchester South 

(revoking Reg. ) 

Township of Mersea (revoking Reg.) 

Township of Tilbury North 

amended 

County of Frontenac, 

Township of Bedford (revoking Reg.).... 

County of Grey, 

Township of Glenelg 

County of Haliburton, 

Township of Cardiff (revoking Reg.).... 

County of Hastings, 

Township of Sidney (revoking Reg.) 

Township of Thurlow 

amended 

amended 

County of Huron, 

Township of East Wawanosh 

(revoking Reg. ) 

Township of Hay (revoking Reg. ) 

Township of Morris (revoking Reg.) 

Township of Stephen 

amended 

Township of Turnberry 

(revoking Reg. ) 

Township of Usborne 

County of Kent, 

Township of Camden (revoking Reg. ) 

Township of Chatham (* 10/73) 

amended 

amended 

amended 

(revoked by 642/82) 

Township of Chatham (revoking Reg.).... 

Township of Harwich 

Township of Raleigh (revoking Reg.) 

Township of Raleigh 



175/82 Apr. 10/82 

632/82 Oct. 9/82 

•674 of R.R.O. 1970 

701/83 Nov. 19/83 

159/81 Apr. 4/81 
•29H/7H 

604/82 Sept. 25/82 

305/82 May 22/82 

•318/74 

218/83 Apr. 30/83 

593/84 Oct. 6/84 

238/82 May 1/82 

241/82 May 1/82 

239/82 May 1/82 

»289/74 

410/81 July 4/81 

240/82 May 1/82 
»287/74 

214/82 Apr. 24/82 



752/81 Nov. 28/81 
809/81 Dec. 19/81 
587/82 Sept. 18/82 



642/82 Oct, 16/82 

69/81 Mar. 7/8I 

68/81 Mar. 7/8 1 

70/81 Mar. 7/81 



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1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



County of Lambton, 

Township of Bosanquet 

(revoking Reg. ) 

Township of Moore 

Township of Warwick 

amended 

County of Lanark, 

Township of Drummond 

(revoking Reg. ) 

County of Leeds and Grenville, 

Township of Front of Leeds and 
Lansdowne (revoking Reg. ) 

Township of Oxford (on Rideau) 

amended 

Township of South Elmsley 

Township of South Gower , 

County of Northumberland, 

Township of Murray (revoking Reg.). 



100/82 Mar. 6/82 

250/83 May 14/83 

•281/74 
851/81 Jan. 9/82 

531/81 Aug. 29/81 

547/82 Aug. 21/82 

372/77 
22/81 Feb. 14/81 

•310/74 

371/77 

862/81 Jan. 16/82 



County of Ontario (now The Regional 

Municipality of EXirham) , 

Township of Pickering (now the Town 

of Pickering) 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended , 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended , 

amended , 

amended 

amended , 

amended , 

amended , 

amended 

amended 

Township of Uxbridge 

amended , 

amended 

amended 

(revoked by 506/84) 

Township of Uxbridge (revoking Reg.), 

County of Oxford, 

Township of Tillsonburg 



•102/72 






208/81 


Apr. 


18/81 


209/81 


Apr. 


25/81 


833/81 


Jan. 


2/82 


852/81 


Jan. 


9/82 


165/82 


Apr. 


3/82 


492/82 


Aug. 


7/82 


64/83 


Feb. 


12/83 


93/83 


Feb. 


26/83 


194/83 


Apr. 


16/83 


283/83 


May 


28/83 


291/83 


May 


28/83 


310/83 


June 


4/83 


311/83 


June 


4/83 


469/83 


Aug. 


6/83 


114/84 


Mar. 


10/84 


608/84 


Oct. 


13/84 


•103/72 






538/81 


Aug. 


29/81 


426/82 


July 


3/82 


584/83 


Oct. 


1/83 


506/84 


Aug. 


25/84 



•347/74 



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R.R.O. Date of 
1980 . O.Reg. Gazette 



County of Perth, 

Township of Elma (revoking Reg. ) 

Township of Wallace (revoking Reg.).... 

County of Peterborough, 

Township of North Monaghan 

Township of Smith 

Township of Smith 

County of Prescott cind Russell, 

Township of West Hawkesbury 

(revoked by 721/84) 

Township of West Hawkesbury 

(revd<ing Reg. ) 

County of Prince Edward, 

Township of North Marysburgh 

(revoking Reg. ) 

Township of Sophiasburgh 

(revoking Reg. ) 

County of Renfrew, 

Township of Admaston 

Township of Alice and Fraser 

Township of Horton 

(revoked by 520/84) 

Township of Horton 

(revoking Reg. ) 

Township of McNab 

amended 

Township of Pembroke 

(revoked by 519/84) 

Township of Pembroke 

(revoking Reg . ) 

Township of Rolph, Buchanan, Wylie 
and McKay 

Township of Stafford (revoking Reg.)... 

County of Simcoe, 

Township of Essa 

Township of Innisf 11 

amended 

amended 



182/82 Apr. 10/82 
183/82 Apr. 10/82 

377/77 
720/79 
879/79 

«321/74 
721/84 Nov. 24/84 

812/81 Dec. 19/81 
696/82 Nov. 6/82 

•316/74 
»3l4/74 
»317/74 

520/84 Sept. 1/84 

»3 11/74 
437/81 July 11/81 

•315/74 

519/84 Sept, 1/84 

•312/74 
697/82 Nov. 6/82 

•299/74 

1034/80 
20/82 Feb. 6/82 
5/84 Jan. 21/84 



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R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



Township of Innisfil.... 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Township of Nottawasaga. 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

cimended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 



»675 



675/81 
U38/82 
621/82 
719/82 
28M/83 
319/83 
U98/83 
786/83 
39/84 
76/84 
673/84 
740/84 

of R.R.O. 
185/81 
237/81 
366/81 
367/81 
474/81 
518/81 
545/81 
624/81 
684/81 
878/81 

56/82 
101/82 
142/82 
373/82 
378/82 
395/82 
462/82 
509/82 
557/82 
585/82 
586/82 
631/82 
662/82 
703/82 

65/83 
117/83 
262/83 
312/83 
313/83 
354/83 
390/83 
391/83 
449/83 
534/83 
535/83 
536/83 
537/83 
574/83 
694/83 
111/84 
118/84 
119/84 
213/84 
330/84 



Oct. 24/81 

July 10/82 

Oct. 9/82 

Nov. 13/82 

May 28/83 

June 11/83 

Aug. 20/83 

Jan. 7/84 

Feb . 11 /84 

Feb. 25/84 

Nov. 10/84 

Dec . 8/84 



1970 
Apr. 
May 
June 
June 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Jan. 
Feb. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
June 
June 
June 
July 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Feb. 
Mar. 
May 
June 
June 
July 
July 
July 
July 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Nov. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Apr. 
June 



11/81 

2/81 

20/81 

20/81 

1/81 

22/81 

5/81 

10/81 

31/81 

16/82 

20/82 

6/82 

27/82 

19/82 

19/82 

26/82 

24/82 

14/82 

28/82 

18/82 

18/82 

9/82 

23/82 

6/82 

12/83 

19/83 

21/83 

4/83 

4/83 

2/83 

9/83 

9/83 

30/83 

10/83 

10/83 

10/83 

10/83 

24/83 

19/83 

10/84 

10/84 

10/84 

28/84 

9/84 



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1980 



O.Reg. 



Date of 
Gazette 



amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Township of Nottawasaga 

Township of Tay (revoking Reg.). 

Township of Tecuraseth 

amended 

(revoked by 31M/84) 

Township of Tecumseth 
(revoking Reg.) 

Township of Tiny 

amended 

Township of Vespra , 

amended 

amended ■ 

amended ■ 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

County of Victoria, 

Township of Ops (revoking Reg.) 



336/84 


June 


9/84 


483/84 


Aug. 


18/84 


484/84 


Aug. 


18/84 


485/84 


Aug. 


18/84 


505/84 


Aug. 


25/84 


609/84 


Oct. 


13/84 


646/84 


Oct. 


27/84 


672/84 


Nov. 


10/84 


727/84 


Nov. 


24/84 


793/84 


Dec. 


29/84 


800/84 


Jan. 


5/85 


302/82 


May 


22/82 


148/81 


Apr. 


4/81 


•300/74 






616/82 


Oct. 


2/82 



314/84 June 2/84 



190/81 


Apr. 


11/81 


728/84 


Dec. 


1/84 


•62/73 






202/81 


Apr. 


18/81 


274/81 


May 


16/81 


307/81 


May 


23/81 


491/81 


Aug. 


8/81 


492/81 


Aug. 


8/81 


519/81 


Aug. 


22/81 


374/82 


June 


19/82 


375/82 


June 


19/82 


765/82 


Dec. 


4/82 


5/83 


Jan. 


22/83 


761/83 


Dec. 


17/83 


771/83 


Dec. 


24/83 


528/84 


Sept. 


1/84 


770/84 


Dec. 


22/84 


771/84 


Dec. 


22/84 



715/81 Nov. 7/81 



District of Algoma, 

Geographic townships of Cobden, 

Striker, Scarf e and Mack 

amended 

Geographic townships of Lewis, 
Long, Shedden, Spragge and Striker, 

amended 

amended 

(revoked by 299/84) 



409/82 June 26/82 
332/83 June 18/83 



•662 of R.R.O. 1970 

370/82 June 12/82 
409/82 June 26/82 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



121 



R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



Geographic townships of Lewis, 
Long, Shedden, Spragge and Striker 
( revok ing Reg . ) 

Geographic Township of West 

amended 

Sault Ste. Marie North Planning Area. 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

cunended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

District of Cochrane, 

Town of Kapuskasing 

(revoked by 459/84) 

Town of Kapuskasing (revoking Reg.).. 

Town of Kapuskasing 

(revoked by 477/84) 

Town of Kapuskasing (revoking Reg.).. 
Township of Glackmeyer 

Geographic townships of Casgrain, 
Hanlan, Kendall, Lowther and Way 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 



299/84 May 26/84 



182/81 


Apr. 


11/81 


308/81 


May 


30/81 


279/80 






161/81 


Apr. 


4/81 


281/81 


May 


23/81 


380/81 


June 


20/81 


497/81 


Aug. 


15/81 


716/81 


Nov. 


7/81 


863/81 


Jan. 


16/82 


2/82 


Jan. 


23/82 


63/82 


Feb. 


20/82 


159/82 


Apr. 


3/82 


266/82 


May 


8/82 


333/82 


June 


5/82 


514/82 


Aug. 


14/82 


583/82 


Sept. 


11/82 


118/83 


Mar. 


19/83 


139/83 


Mar. 


26/83 


204/83 


Apr. 


23/83 


529/83 


Sept. 


3/83 


548/83 


Sept. 


10/83 


593/83 


Oct. 


15/83 


50/84 


Feb. 


18/84 


51/84 


Feb. 


18/84 


92/84 


Mar. 


3/84 


268/84 


May 


12/84 


269/84 


May 


12/84 


537/84 


Sept. 


8/84 


762/84 


Dec. 


15/84 



•669 of R.R.O. 1970 



469/84 


Aug. 


11/84 


172/75 






477/84 


Aug. 


18/84 


•271/74 






•493/78 






63/81 


Feb. 


28/81 


486/82 


July 


31/82 


230/83 


May 


7/83 


326/83 


June 


18/83 


281/84 


May 


19/84 


337/84 


June 


16/84 


631/84 


Oct. 


20/84 


741/84 


Dec. 


•8/84 



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R.R.O. Date of 

1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



Geographic townships of O'Brien, 

Owen and Teetzel 

Sunday Lake Area and Lower Detour 
Lake Area 

District of Kenora, 

Geographic Township of Baird 

(revoked by 85/84) 

Geographic Township of Baird 

Geographic townships of Brownridge, 
Ewart, Glass, Kirkup and Pelican 

Geographic Township of Forgie 

Geographic Township of Pellatt 

Geographic Township of Pettypiece 

Geographic Township of Van Home 

(revoked by 110/84) 

Geographic Township of Van Home 
(revoking Reg . ) 

Geographic Township of Wainwright 

Geographic Township of Wainwright 

Territorial District of Kenora 
(Part of Summer Resort Location 
L.K. 324 - Parcel 15400 - District of 
Kenora Freehold) 

Territorial District of Kenora 

amended 

District of Manitoulin, 

Geographic townships of Campbell, 
Dawson, Mills and Robinson (*153/74) 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

(revoked by 672/81) 

District of Manitoulin, 

Geographic townships of Campbell, 
Dawson, Mills and Robinson 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 



423/78 

280/81 May 23/81 

12/78 

162/82 Apr. 3/82 

482/7 1 

798/81 Dec. 12/81 

783/82 Dec. 18/82 

177/80 

343/82 June 12/82 

110/84 Mar. 10/84 

797/79 

326/81 May 30/81 

327/81 May 30/81 

718/82 Nov. 13/82 

470/84 Aug. 11/84 



144/81 


Mar. 


28/81 


158/81 


Apr. 


4/81 


435/81 


July 


11/81 


530/81 


Aug. 


29/81 



672/81 


Oct. 


24/81 


206/82 


Apr. 


24/82 


267/82 


May 


8/82 


369/82 


June 


12/82 


444/82 


July 


17/82 


610/82 


Sept. 


25/82 


205/83 


Apr. 


23/83 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



123 



R.R.O. 
1980 



O.Reg. 



Date of 
Gazette 



amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

District of Nipissing, 

Geographic townships of Askin, 
Gladman, Joan and Macpherson . , . . 

Geographic Township of Phyllis.. 

Geographic Township of Strathy.. 
(revoked by 813/84) 

Geographic Township of Strathy 
(revoking Reg.) 

part of the District 

(see Schedule to the Regulation) 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 



206/83 Apr. 23/83 

652/83 Oct. 29/83 

692/83 Nov. 12/83 

717/83 Dec. 3/83 

14/84 Jan. 28/84 

562/84 Sept. 15/84 



486/71 






811/81 


Dec. 


19/81 


»666 of R.R.O. 


1970 




813/84 


Jan. 


5/85 


•540/74 






35/81 


Feb. 


14/81 


75/81 


Mar. 


7/81 


397/81 


June 


27/81 


457/81 


July 


25/81 


562/81 


Sept. 


12/81 


563/81 


Sept. 


12/81 


564/81 


Sept. 


12/81 


673/81 


Oct. 


24/81 


740/81 


Nov. 


21/81 


745/81 


Nov. 


28/81 


758/81 


Nov. 


28/81 


830/81 


Dec. 


26/81 


831/81 


Dec. 


26/81 


57/82 


Feb. 


20/82 


149/82 


Apr. 


3/82 


209/82 


Apr. 


24/82 


210/82 


Apr. 


24/82 


334/82 


June 


5/82 


361/82 


June 


12/82 


383/82 


June 


19/82 


463/82 


July 


24/82 


464/82 


July 


24/82 


485/82 


July 


31/82 


500/82 


Aug. 


7/82 


581/82 


Sept. 


11/82 


582/82 


Sept. 


11/82 


678/82 


Oct. 


23/82 


702/82 


Nov. 


6/82 


708/82 


Nov. 


13/82 


777/82 


Dec. 


11/82 


846/82 


Jan. 


8/83 


337/83 


June 


25/83 


680/83 


Nov. 


12/83 


712/83 


Nov. 


26/83 


775/83 


Dec. 


31/83 


776/83 


Dec. 


31/83 


777/83 


Dec. 


31/83 



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R.R.O. Date of 

1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Township of Temagami 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

(revoked by 583/8^4) 

Township of Temagami 

(revoking Reg.) 

District of Parry Sound, 

Geographic Township of Croft 

Geographic Township of Croft 

Geographic Township of East Mills.... 

Geographic Township of Ferguson 

amended 

Geographic Township of Ferguson 
(Plan M-47S) 

Geographic Township of Ferguson 

(Plan M-5 12) 

amended 

Geographic Townships of McKenzie 
and Patterson 

amended 

amended 

District of Rainy River, 

Geographic Township of Miscampbell. . . 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Registered Plan No. SM-293 (south of 
the Geographic Township of Trottier) . 



1/84 


Jan. 


21/84 


224/84 


Apr. 


28/84 


331/84 


June 


9/84 


400/84 


July 


7/84 


436/84 


July 


21/84 


437/84 


July 


21/84 


553/84 


Sept. 


8/84 


594/84 


Oct. 


6/84 


595/84 


Oct. 


6/84 


596/84 


Oct. 


6/84 


597/84 


Oct. 


6/84 


742/84 


Dec. 


8/84 


744/84 


Dec. 


8/84 


757/84 


Dec. 


15/84 


774/84 


Dec. 


22/84 


798/84 


Jan. 


5/85 


»667 of R.R.O. 


1970 




561/81 


Sept. 


12/81 


454/82 


July 


17/82 


535/82 


Aug. 


21/82 


17/83 


Jan. 


22/83 



583/84 Sept. 29/84 

153/80 
1110/80 
1133/80 



1109/80 
396/81 



June 27/81 



Township of Alberton. 



537/82 Aug. 21/82 



538/82 Aug. 21/82 

250/84 May 12/84 

»4 84/71 

74/82 Feb. 27/82 

405/82 June 26/82 



449/74 

575/81 Sept. 12/81 

603/81 Sept. 19/81 

712/81 Nov. 7/81 



483/71 
»268/74 



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1980 



O.Reg. 



Date of 
Gazette 



District of Sudbury, 

Geographic Townships of Emo and 
Strathearn 

Geographic Township of Ivanhoe.. 

Part of the District («568/72) 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

(revoked by 834/81) 

Territorial District of Sudbury. 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

cimended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

cimended 

amended 

Township of Baldwin 



485/71 






831/82 


Jan. 


8/83 


1/81 


Jan. 


24/81 


14/81 


Feb. 


7/81 


384/81 


June 


27/81 


385/81 


June 


27/81 


477/81 


Aug. 


1/81 


487/81 


Aug. 


8/81 


509/81 


Aug. 


15/81 


532/81 


Aug. 


29/81 


543/81 


Sept. 


5/81 


572/81 


Sept. 


12/81 


834/81 


Jan. 


2/82 


67/82 


Feb. 


20/82 


79/82 


Mar. 


6/82 


110/82 


Mar. 


13/82 


116/82 


Mar. 


20/82 


117/82 


Mar. 


20/82 


118/82 


Mar. 


20/82 


242/82 


May 


1/82 


243/82 


May 


1/82 


257/82 


May 


1/82 


450/82 


July 


17/82 


476/82 


July 


24/82 


501/82 


Aug. 


7/82 


563/82 


Sept. 


4/82 


584/82 


Sept. 


11/82 


611/82 


Sept. 


25/82 


700/82 


Nov. 


6/82 


701/82 


Nov. 


6/82 


53/83 


Feb. 


5/83 


183/83 


Apr. 


16/83 


208/83 


Apr. 


23/83 


261/83 


May 


21/83 


292/83 


May 


28/83 


293/83 


May 


28/83 


349/83 


June 


25/83 


473/83 


Aug. 


13/83 


488/83 


Aug. 


20/83 


547/83 


Sept. 


10/83 


564/83 


Sept. 


24/83 


577/83 


Oct. 


1/83 


585/83 


Oct. 


1/83 


586/83 


Oct. 


1/83 


714/83 


Nov. 


26/83 


94/84 


Mar. 


3/84 


99/84 


Mar. 


3/84 


766/84 


Dec. 


15/84 


767/84 


Dec. 


15/84 


768/84 


Dec. 


15/84 



•270/74 



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1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



District of Thunder Bay, 

Geographic townships of Ashmore, 
Errington, Fulford and McQuesten. 

amended 

amended 

Geographic townships of Gorhara 
and Ware 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Geographic Township of Lyon 

Geographic townships of Pearson 
and Scoble 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Geographic Township of Upsala.... 

Geographic Township of Upsala 

amended 

Savant Lake Towns ite 

(Registered Part M-56) 



364/81 


June 


20/81 


441/83 


July 


23/83 


696/84 


Nov. 


17/84 


«109/75 






288/82 


May 


15/82 


664/82 


Oct. 


23/82 


690/82 


Oct. 


30/82 


796/82 


Dec, 


18/82 


362/83 


July 


9/83 


576/83 


Oct. 


1/83 


6/84 


Jan. 


21/84 


84/84 


Feb. 


25/84 


167/84 


Mar. 


31/84 


228/84 


Apr. 


28/84 


456/84 


Aug. 


4/84 


502/84 


Aug. 


18/84 


541/84 


Sept. 


8/84 


589/84 


Sept. 


29/84 


590/84 


Sept. 


29/84 


607/84 


Oct. 


6/84 


623/84 


Oct. 


20/84 


644/84 


Oct. 


27/84 


645/84 


Oct. 


27/84 


745/84 


Dec. 


8/84 


758/84 


Dec. 


15/84 


759/84 


Dec. 


15/84 


760/84 


Dec. 


15/84 



897/79 



•219/75 
442/83 
545/83 
566/84 


July 

Sept. 

Sept. 


23/83 
10/83 
15/84 


296/80 






64/81 
533/81 


Feb. 
Aug. 


28/81 
29/81 



131/80 



District of Timiskaming, 

Town of Charlton, the Township of 
Chamberlain and the geographic 
townships of Boston, Dack, Evanturel, 
Lebel, Marquis, Marter, McElroy, 
Otto and Pacaud 

amended 

amended ' 

amended 

amended 



•671 of R.R.O. 1970 

143/81 Mar. 28/81 

243/81 May 9/81 

355/81 June 13/81 

458/81 July 25/81 



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127 



R.R.O. Date of 

1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Town of Oiarlton 

Geographic Township of Haultain 

Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto, 
the Borough of Scarborough 
(now the City of Scarborough) 

Regional Municipality of Durham, 

Town of A jax 

Town of Pickering 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Township of Uxbridge (formerly the 
Township of Scott in the County of 
Ontario) 

Town of Whitby 



i*90/8l 


Aug. 


8/81 


527/81 


Aug. 


22/81 


539/81 


Aug. 


29/81 


172/82 


Apr. 


10/82 


208/82 


Apr. 


24/82 


403/82 


June 


26/82 


643/82 


Oct. 


16/82 


645/82 


Oct, 


16/82 


749/82 


Nov. 


27/82 


83/83 


Feb. 


19/83 


486/83 


Aug. 


20/83 


487/83 


Aug. 


20/83 


672/83 


Nov. 


5/83 


329/84 


June 


9/84 


438/84 


July 


21/84 


454/84 


Aug. 


4/84 


455/84 


Aug. 


4/84 


565/84 


Sept. 


15/84 


•356/80 






467/80 







» 20/74 



» 18/74 

» 19/74 
779/81 
394/82 
160/83 
195/83 



•634/77 
•467/74 



Dec. 9/81 

June 26/82 

Apr. 9/83 

Apr, 16/83 



Regional Municipality of Haldimand-Norfolk, 
townships of Delhi and Norfolk 
(formerly in the Township of 
Middleton) 

Regional Municipality of Niagara, Township 
of West Lincoln (revoking Reg.) 

Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton, 

Township of Cumberland 

amended 

amended 

Township of West Carleton (formerly 
in the Township of Fitzroy) 



•347/74 



165/81 Apr. 4/81 



•323/74 
152/81 Apr. 4/81 
606/84 Oct . 4/84 



670 of R.R.O. 1970 



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TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. Date of 

1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



Township of West Carleton (formerly 

in the Township of Fitzroy) 

(revoked by 720/84) 

Township of West Carleton 

(formerly in the Township of 

Fitzroy) (revoking Reg , ) 

Regional Municipality of Waterloo, 

City of Cambridge (formerly in the 
Township of North Dumfries) 

Regional Municipality of York, 

Town of Markham 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Town of Markham 

(revoked by 317/82) 

Town of Markham ( revoking Reg . ) 

Town of Richmond Hill 

Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville 

amended 

Rules of Procedure 

- Consent Applications 786 

amended 

amended 

amended 

(revoked by 406/83) 

- Minor Variance Applications 787 

amended 

amended 

(revoked by 447/83) 

Subdivision Control, 

County of Hastings - Plan No. 38 



•325/74 



720/84 Nov. 24/84 



535/79 



•104/72 






125/81 


Mar. 


21/81 


207/81 


Apr. 


18/81 


349/81 


June 


13/81 


436/81 


July 


11/81 


444/81 


July 


18/81 


540/81 


Sept, 


5/81 


670/81 


Oct. 


24/81 


789/81 


Dec. 


12/81 


8/82 


Jan. 


30/82 


138/82 


Mar. 


27/82 


388/82 


June 


19/82 


663/82 


Oct. 


23/82 


770/82 


Dec. 


11/82 


850/82 


Jan. 


15/83 


737/83 


Dec. 


10/83 


747/83 


Dec, 


17/83 


57/84 


Feb, 


18/84 


540/84 


Sept, 


8/84 


269/81 


May 


16/81 


317/82 


May 


29/82 


268/81 


May 


16/81 


•101/72 






369/81 


June 


20/81 


467/81 


July 


25/81 


28/82 


Feb, 


13/82 


439/82 


July 


10/82 


466/81 


July 


25/81 


554/82 


Aug, 


28/82 



673 of R.R.O. 1970 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



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R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



District of Algoma - Plan M-5 1 

District of Algoma - Plan R-812 

District of Cochrane - Plan M-13 

District of Kenora - Plans M-133 

and M-134 

amended 

District of Manitoulin - Plans 46 

and 49 

District of Nipissing - Plans M-66, 
M-251 and M-269 

District of Thunder Bay - Plans 431 

and 619 

District of Thunder Bay - Plan M-56 

District of Thunder Bay - Plan M-103 

Withdrawal of Delegation of Authority 
of Minister under Section 53 of the 
Planning Act 

(revoked by 789/82) 

Withdrawal of Delegation of Authority 
of Minister under Section 53 of the 
Planning Act 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

Delegation of Authority of Minister 

under Section 4 of the Planning Act, 1983 - 

Condominium Plans 

Consents 

amended 

amended 

Official Plans 

Subdivision Pleins 

Notice Requirements - 

Interim Control By-Laws 

Official Plans and Community 

Improvonent Pleins 

Removal of Holding Symbol from 

Zoning By-law 

Zoning By-Laws 

amended 



216/72 
357/80 
402/72 



308/79 

494/82 Aug. 7/82 



711/81 Nov. 7/81 



668 of R.R.O. 1970 

362/75 
343/79 
221/80 



785/82 Dec. 18/82 



789/82 Dec. 18/82 



475/83 Aug. 13/83 

474/83 Aug. 13/83 

104/84 Mar. 3/84 

693/84 Nov. 17/84 

477/83 Aug. 13/83 

476/83 Aug. 13/83 



405/83 July 16/83 

402/83 July 16/83 

403/83 July 16/83 

404/83 July 16/83 

535/84 Sept. 1/84 



130 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



Planning Board Fees 

Rules of Procedure 

- Consent Applications 

- Minor Variance Applications 

Zoning Areas - 

District of Kenora, 

Geographic Township of Wainwright. . . 

Territorial District of Kenora 

amended 

Territorial District of Kenora 

Territorial District of Kenora 

Unorganized Parts of the Red Lake 
and Area Planning Area 

District of Nipissing, 

Geographic Township of Phelps 

District of Thunder Bay, 

Geographic Township of Bomby 

Geographic Township of Bomby 

Geographic Township of Banby 

Geographic Township of Brothers 

Geographic Township of Pic 

Territorial District of Thunder Bay, 

Territorial District of Thunder Bay, 

District of Timiskaming, 

Geographic Township of Grenfell 

Geographic Township of Grenfell 

Geographic Township of Otto 

PLANT DISEASES ACT 

General 

POLICE ACT 

Arbitration 

Equipment 

amended 

amended 

amended 



788 

789 

790 



481/83 Aug. 13/83 

406/83 July 16/83 
447/83 July 30/83 



734/84 Dec. 



1/84 



662/83 Oct. 29/83 

471/84 Aug. 11/84 

663/83 Oct. 29/83 

753/84 Dec. 15/84 

85/84 Feb. 25/84 

774/83 Dec. 31/83 



257/84 


May 


12/84 


339/84 


June 


16/84 


350/84 


June 


23/84 


86/84 


Feb. 


25/84 


688/84 


Nov. 


17/84 


340/84 


June 


16/84 


697/84 


Nov. 


17/84 


647/83 


Oct. 


29/83 


679/83 


Nov. 


12/83 


252/84 


May 


12/84 



336/81 June 6/81 
816/82 Jan. 1/83 
364/84 June 23/84 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



131 



R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



General - Discipline 791 

amended 

Municipal Police Forces 792 

Responsibility of Policing 793 

amended 

amended 

amended 

POWER CORPORATION ACT 

Electrical Safety Code 794 

(revoked by 183/84) 

Electrical Safety Code 

Fees 795 

(revoked by 384/82) 

Fees 

(revoked by 746/84) 

Fees 

Pension and Insurance Plan 796 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Water Heaters 797 

PREARRANGED FUNERAL SERVICES ACT 

Trust Accounts 798 

amended 

PRIVATE HOSPITALS ACT 

General 799 

amended 

PRIVATE INVESTIGATORS AND SECURITY GUARDS ACT 

General 8OO 

PRIVATE VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS ACT 

General 80 1 

amended 

amended 



74/84 Feb. 25/84 



837/82 Jan. 8/83 
715/84 Nov. 17/84 
716/84 Nov. 17/84 



183/84 Apr. 21/84 

384/82 June 19/82 
746/84 Dec. 8/84 



442/82 July 10/82 

173/83 Apr. 9/83 

530/83 Sept. 3/83 

768/83 Dec. 24/83 

802/84 Jan. 5/85 



352/84 June 23/84 



628/81 Oct. 10/81 



499/81 Aug. 15/81 
184/83 Apr. 16/83 



132 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



R.R.O. 
1980 



Date of 
O.Reg. Gazette 



PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS ACT 
(now Professional Engineers 
Actf iqS'J - see S.O. 198^1, 
c. 13) 

Consulting Engineers 802 

(revoked by 538/84) 

Designation of Specialists 803 

(revoked by 538/8^4) 

General 80^4 

(revoked by 538/84) 

Practice and Procedure for Hearings 805 

(revoked by 538/84) 

PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS ACT, 1984 



General. . . . 
amended . 



538/84 Sept. 8/84 
809/84 Jan. 5/85 



PROVINCIAL COURT (CIVIL DIVISION) PROJECT ACT 
(now Provincial Court (Civil Division) Act 
- see S.O. 1982, c. 58, s. 1) 

Rules of the Provincial Court 

(Civil Division) 806 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

(revoked by 797/84) 

PROVINCIAL COURTS ACT 

Destruction of Records Made by 

Court Reporter 

Observation and Detention Homes 807 

Part-time Provincial Judges Authorized 

to Practise Law 808 

amended 

amended 

aimended 

amended 

amended 

Provincial Judges Benefits 

amended 

Rules of Practice and Procedure 

of the Provincial Offences Courts 809 

amended 



732/81 
284/82 
450/83 
453/83 
406/84 
685/84 



Nov. 21/81 

May 15/82 

July 30/83 

July 30/83 

July 14/84 

Nov. 10/84 



60/83 Feb. 12/83 



81/81 


Mar. 


14/81 


719/81 


Nov. 


14/81 


574/82 


Sept. 


11/82 


566/83 


Sept. 


24/83 


332/84 


June 


16/84 



332/84 June 16/84 
803/84 Jan. 5/85 



651/82 Oct. 16/82 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



133 



R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



Rules of the Provincial Court 

(Family Division) 810 

amended 

(See now Courts of Justice Act, 1984 - 
S.O. 1984, C.11) 

Salaries and Benefits of Provincial 

Judges 811 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Stenographic Reporters 812 

PROVINCIAL LAND TAX ACT 

Exemption 813 

Forms 

amended 

General 

amended 

amended 

PROVINCIAL OFFENCES ACT 

Costs 

amended 

Extensions of Prescribed Times 

Fine Option Program 

Proceedings Commenced by Certificate 

of Offence 81? 

amended 

amended 

cimended '. 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Rules of Practice and Procedure on Appeals 

in the Court of Appeal under the Provincial 

Offences Act 818 

Rules of Practice and Procedure on Appeals 

in the County and District Courts and the 

Provincial Court (Criminal Division) under 

Section 99 of the Act 819 

Rules of Practice and Procedure on Appeals 

in the Provincial Court (Criminal Division) 

under Section 1 18 of the Act 820 



652/82 Oct. 16/82 



426/81 
177/82 
573/82 
372/83 
565/83 
332/84 
804/84 



July 11/81 

Apr. 10/82 

Sept, 11/82 

July 9/83 

Sept. 24/83 

June 16/84 

Jan. 5/85 





303/83 
12/84 


June 
Jan. 


4/83 
28/84 


814 


508/83 
549/83 


Aug. 
Sept. 


27/83 
10/83 


815 


285/82 


May 


15/82 


816 









142/83 Mar. 26/83 



517/81 
382/82 
686/82 
713/82 
766/82 
33/83 



Aug. 15/81 

June 19/82 

Oct. 30/82 

Nov. 13/82 

Dec. 11/82 

Feb. 5/83 



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R.R.O. 
1980 



Date of 
O.Reg. Gazette 



PROVINCIAL PARKS ACT 

Designation of Parks 821 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

cimended 

£imended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

General 822 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Guides in Quetico Provincial Park 823 

Mining in Provincial Parks 

Mining - Ojibway Prairie Provincial 

Nature Reserve 824 

PSYCHOLOGISTS REGISTRATION ACT 

General 825 

amended 

amended 

amended 

PUBLIC ACCOUNTANCY ACT 

Licence Fee 826 

PUBLIC CCMIERCIAL VEHICLES ACT 

Carrying Goods in Bond 827 

Conditions of Carriage - 

Freight Forwarders 828 



279/81 


May 


23/81 


429/82 


July 


3/82 


768/82 


Dec. 


11/82 


154/83 


Apr. 


30/83 


220/83 


Apr. 


30/83 


343/83 


June 


25/83 


378/83 


July 


9/83 


68/84 


Feb. 


18/84 


69/84 


Feb. 


18/84 


129/84 


Mar. 


17/84 


152/84 


Mar. 


24/84 


187/84 


Apr. 


14/84 


409/84 


July 


14/84 


410/84 


July 


14/84 


625/84 


Oct. 


20/84 


680/84 


Nov. 


10/84 


251/81 


May 


16/81 


188/82 


Apr. 


10/82 


191/82 


Apr. 


10/82 


569/82 


Sept. 


4/82 


612/82 


Sept. 


25/82 


211/83 


Apr. 


23/83 


344/83 


June 


25/83 


644/83 


Oct. 


29/83 


128/84 


Mar. 


17/84 


188/84 


Apr. 


14/84 


546/84 


Sept. 


3/84 


702/84 


Nov. 


17/84 


783/84 


Dec. 


29/84 


345/83 


June 


25/83 



227/81 


Apr. 


25/81 


255/83 


May 


21/83 


661/84 


Nov. 


3/84 



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135 



R.R.O. 
1980 



Date of 
O.Reg. Gazette 



206/81 Apr. 18/81 



8'4/82 Mar. 6/82 



86/83 Feb. 26/83 



123/84 Mar. 10/84 



205/81 Apr. 18/81 

663/81 Oct. 24/81 

778/81 Dec. 5/81 

76/82 Mar. 6/82 



General Freight Carriers 829 

Livestock Carriers 830 

Used Household Goods Carriers 831 

Extending Validity of Public 

Commercial Vehicle Licences 

(expired) 

Extending Validity of Public 

Commercial Vehicle Licences 

(expired) 

Extending Validity of Public 

Commercial Vehicle Licences 

(expired) 

Extending Validity of Public 

Commercial Vehicle Licences 

General 832 

amended 

amended 

eimended 

Intercorporate Exemption 

PUBLIC HEALTH ACT 
(now Laboratory and Specimen 
Collection Centre Licensing Act 
- see S.O. 1983, c 10, s. Ill - 
and see Health Protection and 
Pronotion Act. 1983 ) 

Application of Schedule B to the 
Public Health Act to Unorganized 
Townships 833 

Camps in Unorganized Territory 834 

(revoked by 193/84) 

Capital Grants for Community Health 

Faci lities 835 

(revoked by 234/84) 

Communicable Diseases 836 

amended 

(revoked by 292/84) 

Community Health Services 837 

amended 

amended 

Designation of Connnunicable Diseases 838 

amended 

amended 

(revoked by 161/84) 



219/84 Apr. 28/84 



131/81 Mar. 28/81 
781/81 Dec. 5/81 



210/83 Apr. 23/83 
496/83 Aug. 20/83 



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R.R.O. 
1980 



Date of 
O.Reg. Gazette 



Designation of Human Ailments 839 

Food Premises 8^0 

(revoked by 243/8M) 

Grants to Boards of Health 841 

amended 

amended 

(revoked by 382/8^4) 

Health Units - Areas that may be 

Included in Health Units 842 

(revoked by 236/84) 

Health Units - General 843 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

(revoked by 235/84) 

Indigent Patients 844 

(revoked by 748/81) 

Indigent Patients (revoking Reg. ) 

Laboratories 845 

amended 

Pasteurization Areas 846 

(revoked by 243/84) 

Pasteurization Plcints 84? 

(revoked by 243/84) 

Plumbing in Unorganized Territory 848 

(Expired) 

Public Swimming Pools 849 

amended 

amended 

(revoked by 381/84) 

Qualifications of Medical Officers 
of Health, Public Health Inspectors 

and Public Health Nurses 850 

(revoked by 164/84) 

Recreational Camps 85 1 

(revoked by 242/84) 

Sanitary Code for Unorganized Territory 852 

(Expired) 



174/82 Apr. 10/82 
346/84 June 16/84 



130/81 


Mar. 


28/81 


394/81 


June 


27/81 


747/81 


Nov. 


28/81 


560/82 


Aug. 


28/82 


712/82 


Nov. 


13/82 


587/83 


Oct. 


1/83 


345/84 


June 


16/84 



748/81 Nov. 28/81 



551/83 Sept. 10/83 



669/81 Oct. 24/81 
561/82 Aug. 28/82 



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R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



Slaughterhouses and Meat Processing 

Plants 853 

amended 

(revoked by 293/84) 

Specimen Collection Centres 854 

amended 

X-Ray Safety 855 

amended 

PUBLIC HOSPITALS ACT 

Capital Grants for the Amalgamation of 

Hospital Services 856 

Capital Grants for Ambulance Facilities 857 

Capital Grants for Capital Expenditures 

that will Produce Savings in 

Operating Costs 858 

Capital Grants for Hospital Construction 

and Renovation 859 

Capital Grants for Local Rehabilitation 

and Crippled Chi Idren' s Centres 86O 

Capital Grants for Regional Rehabilitation 

Hospitals 861 

Capital Grants for Teaching Hospitals 862 

Classification of Hospitals 863 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

cimended 

Grants to Certain Hospitals for 

Laboratory Investigations 864 

amended 

Hospital Management 865 

Oil Conversion Grants 

Special Grant - 

Hawkesbury and District General 

Hospital 

James Bay General Hospital 

Public Hospitals in Ontario 

PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS INSPECTION ACT 

Fees cind Allowances to Panel Members 866 



749/81 Nov. 28/81 



552/83 Sept. 10/83 



45/84 Feb. 11/84 



32/83 Feb. 

705/83 Nov. 

639/84 Oct. 

674/84 Nov. 

695/84 Nov, 



5/83 
19/83 
27/84 
10/84 
17/84 



580/81 Sept. 12/81 

229/82 May 1/82 

43/81 Feb. 21/81 

445/83 July 30/83 

170/81 Apr. 11/81 



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R.R.O. 
1980 



O.Reg. 



Date of 
Gazette 



208/8M April 28/84 



844/81 Jan. 2/82 



PUBLIC LANDS ACT 

Crown Land Camping Permit 

Land Use Permits 867 

Restricted Areas - 

District of Algoraa 868 

District of Kenora 869 

District of Kenora 870 

District of Kenora, Patricia Portion 871 

Districts of Manitoulin and Sudbury 872 

(revoked by 844/81) 

Districts of Manitoulin and Sudbury 
(revoking Reg.) 

District of Nipissing 873 

District of Nipissing 874 

District of Parry Sound 875 

District of Rainy River 876 

District of Sudbury - Townships of 

Kapland and Wakami 877 

District of Thunder Bay - Townships 

of Blackwell, Conacher, Forbes, Goldie, 

Hagey, Haines, Laurie and the 

Dawson Road Lots 878 

Sale and Lease of Public Lands 879 

amended 

PUBLIC LIBRARIES ACT 

Grants for Public Libraries 880 

(revoked by 160/81) 

Grants for Public Libraries 

(revoked by 290/82) 

Grants for Public Libraries 

amended 

amended 

amended 

PUBLIC SECTOR PRICES AND COMPENSATION REVIEW 
ACT, 1983 

General 



188/83 Apr. 16/83 



160/81 Apr. 4/81 



290/82 May 15/82 

354/82 June 12/82 

470/83 Aug. 6/83 

617/84 Oct. 20/84 



131/84 Mar. 17/84 



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R.R.O. 
1980 



Date of 
. Reg . Gazette 



PUBLIC SERVICE ACT 

General 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION ACT 

Designations under Section 31 of the Act 

Designations - General 

amended 

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT ACT 

Intersections in Unorganized Territory 

Permits 

Use of Rest, Service or Other Areas 

PUBLIC TRUSTEE ACT 

General 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

PUBLIC VEHiaES ACT 

General 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 





77/81 


Mar. 


7/81 




162/81 


Apr. 


4/81 




26/82 


Feb. 


13/82 




328/82 


June 


5/82 




96/83 


Mar. 


5/83 




260/83 


May 


21/83 




286/83 


May 


28/83 




38 /8M 


Feb. 


11/84 




431/84 


July 


21/84 




686/84 


Nov. 


17/84 


882 








883 









884 
885 
886 

887 



502/83 Aug. 27/83 



827/81 


Dec. 


26/81 


48/82 


Feb. 


20/82 


256/83 


May 


21/83 


375/83 


July 


9/83 


620/83 


Oct. 


15/83 


244/84 


May 


5/84 


683/84 


Nov. 


10/84 



65/81 


Feb. 


28/81 


399/81 


July 


4/81 


662/81 


Oct. 


24/81 


398/82 


June 


26/82 


379/84 


June 


30/84 



RACE TRACKS TAX ACT 

Rate of Tax 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 



180/81 Apr. 11/81 

548/81 Sept. 5/81 

40/82 Feb. 13/82 

507/83 Aug. 27/83 



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R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



RADIOLOGICAL TECHNICIANS ACT 

General 

amended 

amended 

REAL ESTATE AND BUSINESS BROKERS ACT 

General 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

RECIPROCAL ENFORCEMENT OF JUDGMENTS ACT 

Application of Act 

RECIPROCAL ENFORCEMENT OF MAINTENANCE ORDERS ACT 
(see now Reciprocal Enforcement of 
Maintenance Orders Act, 1982 - 
S.O. 1982, c. 9) 

Reciprocating States 

amended 

amended 

REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF DURHAM ACT 

Order of the Minister-Transitional 

Mill Rates 

Order of the Minister-Transitional 

Mill Rates 

REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF HAMILTON-WENTWORTH ACT 

Alteration of Status - Township 

of Flamborough 

Order of the Minister 

(this Reg. amends O.Reg. 148/78 
see Schedule to R.R.O. , I98O) 

Order - Town of Stoney Creek 

REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF SUDBURY ACT 

Order of the Minister-Rates of Taxation 

Order of the Minister-Transitional 

Mill Rates 

Order of the Minister-Transitional 

Mi 11 Rates 

Order of the Minister-Transitional 

Mill Rates 



890 



891 



892 



893 



479/82 July 31/82 
818/84 Jan. 19/85 



705/81 


Nov. 


7/81 


23/82 


Feb. 


6/82 


618/83 


Oct. 


15/83 


87/84 


Mar. 


3/84 


198/84 


Apr. 


14/84 



212/81 Apr. 25/81 
245/84 May 5/84 



606/82 Sept. 25/82 

209/83 Apr. 23/83 

814/84 Jan. 5/85 

353/83 June 25/83 

781/83 Dec. 31/83 

392/82 June 26/82 

607/82 Sept. 25/82 

501/83 Aug. 27/83 

445/84 July 28/84 



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R.R.O. 
1980 



Date of 
O.Reg. Gazette 



REGISTERED INSURANCE BROKERS ACT 



Composition and Election 

of Council 

Exemption 

(revoked by 636/82) 

Exemptions 

General 

amended 

amended 

amended 

REGISTRY ACT 

Canada Lands 894 

amended 

Certification Areas 

Fees 895 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Forms and Records 896 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

eunended 

Registry Divisions 897 

(revoked by 551/81) 

Registry Divisions 

amended 

amended 

Surveys, Plans and Descriptions of Land 898 

amended 

amended 

amended 

REGULATIONS ACT 

General 899 

amended 



447/84 July 28/84 
636/81 Oct. 17/81 

636/82 Oct. 9/82 



637/81 
624/82 
447/84 



551/81 
167/83 
448/84 



552/81 
169/83 
577/84 



Oct. 17/81 
Oct . 9/82 
July 28/84 



698/84 Nov. 17/84 



168/83 


Apr. 


9/83 


825/81 


Dec. 


26/81 


807/81 


Dec. 


19/81 


323/83 


June 


11/83 


136/84 


Mar. 


17/84 


512/81 


Aug. 


15/81 


584/81 


Sept. 


12/81 


638/81 


Oct. 


17/81 


324/82 


May 


29/82 


351/82 


June 


12/82 


171/83 


Apr. 


9/83 


279/83 


May 


21/83 


559/83 


Sept. 


17/83 


787/83 


Jan. 


7/84 


285/84 


May 


19/84 


552/84 


Sept. 


8/84 


578/84 


Sept. 


29/84 



Sept. 5/81 
Apr. 9/83 
July 28/84 



Sept. 5/81 
Apr. 9/83 
Sept. 29/84 



592/83 Oct. 15/83 



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R.R.O. 
1980 



Date of 
O.Reg. Gazette 



RESiraiNTIAL TENANCIES ACT 



Exemption 

(revoked by 691/84) 

Exemption (revoking Reg . ) , 

Fees and Forms 

amended 

amended 

Regions , 

RETAIL SALES TAX ACT 

Definitions , 

Definitions by Minister , 

amended 

amended , 

amended , 

amended , 

amended , 

amended , 

amended , 

amended , 

amended , 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Extension of Delivery Date for Furniture, 
(expired) 

General 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 



900 



901 



902 



903 



904 



691/84 Nov. 17/84 



824/81 Dec. 26/81 
153/83 Apr. 2/83 



52/81 


Feb. 


21/81 


53/81 


Feb. 


21/81 


111/81 


Mar. 


14/81 


141/81 


Mar. 


28/81 


606/81 


Sept. 


, 26/81 


837/81 


Jan. 


2/82 


868/81 


Jan. 


19/82 


55/82 


Feb. 


20/82 


273/82 


May 


8/82 


303/82 


May 


22/82 


590/82 


Sept. 


18/82 


737/82 


Nov. 


20/82 


821/82 


Jan. 


1/83 


126/83 


Mar. 


26/83 


238/83 


May 


14/83 


568/83 


Sept. 


24/83 


7/84 


Jan. 


21/84 


165/84 


Mar. 


31/84 


222/84 


Apr. 


28/84 


604/84 


Oct. 


6/84 


723/84 


Nov. 


24/84 


382/81 


June 


20/81 


91/81 


Mar. 


14/81 


92/81 


Mar. 


14/81 


140/81 


Mar. 


28/81 


178/81 


Apr. 


11/81 


381/81 


June 


20/81 


476/81 


Aug. 


1/81 


586/81 


Sept. 


12/81 


619/81 


Oct. 


10/81 


718/81 


Nov. 


14/81 


813/81 


Dec. 


19/81 


41/82 


Feb. 


13/82 


167/82 


Apr. 


3/82 


168/82 


Apr. 


3/82 


232/82 


May 


1/82 


244/82 


May 


1/82 


249/82 


May 


1/82 



TABLE OF REC3ULATI0NS 



143 



R.R.O. 
1980 



Date of 
O.Reg. Gazette 



amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Rebate for Eligible 198I Motor Vehicles. 

Tax Rebate for New Light Trucks or Vans, 
(this Reg. amends O.Reg. IOIO/8O 
see Schedule to R.R.O. 198O) 

RIDING HORSE ESTABLISHMENTS ACT 

General 



342/82 


June 


12/82 


634/82 


Oct. 


9/82 


731/82 


Nov. 


20/82 


334/83 


June 


18/83 


503/83 


Aug. 


27/83 


619/83 


Oct. 


15/83 


8/84 


Jan. 


21/84 


265/84 


May 


12/84 


591/84 


Sept. 


29/84 


714/84 


Nov. 


17/84 


755/81 


Nov. 


28/81 


177/81 


Apr. 


11/81 



905 



ST. CLAIR PARKWAY COMMISSION ACT 

General 

amended 

amended 

amended 

ST. LAWRENCE PARKS COMMISSION ACT 

Controlled Access Highways 

Highway Vested in the Commission. 

Parks 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

SEa'RITIES ACT 

General 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 



906 





149/81 
383/83 
259/84 


Apr. 
July 
May 


4/81 

9/83 

12/84 


907 








908 








909 


31/81 

3/82 

130/82 

225/83 

260/84 


Feb. 
Jan. 
Mar. 
Apr. 
May 


14/81 
23/82 
20/82 
30/83 
12/84 



910 



84/81 


Mar. 


14/81 


224/81 


Apr. 


25/81 


238/81 


May 


2/81 


637/82 


Oct. 


9/82 


649/82 


Oct. 


16/82 


808/82 


Dec. 


25/82 


180/83 


Apr. 


16/83 


205/84 


Apr. 


14/84 


286/84 


May 


19/84 



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R.R.O. 
1980 



Date of 
O.Reg. Gazette 



SEED POTATOES ACT 

General 911 

SHEEP AND WOOL MARKETING ACT, 1981 

Licence Fees 

amended 

amended 

SHORELINE PROPERTY ASSISTANCE ACT 

General 912 

amended 276/81 

amended 213/82 

SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CORPORATIONS ACT 

Additional Material to be Furnished 

with Grant Applications 

Delegation of Powers 

amended 

Forms 

amended 

amended 

General 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Terms and Conditions Relating to 

Beneficial Ownership of Equity Shares 

SMALL aAIMS COURTS ACT 

Courts 916 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

Rules of Procedure 917 

amended 

amended 

amended 

(revoked by 797/84) 

(see now Courts of Justice Act, 

1984 - S.O. 1984, c. 11) 

Small Claims Courts Judges 918 

amended 

amended 



146/82 Mar. 27/82 

68/83 Feb. 12/83 

515/83 Aug. 27/83 



May 23/81 
Apr. 24/82 





24/84 


Feb. 


4/84 


913 


164/83 


Apr. 


9/83 


914 


392/83 
157/84 


July 
Mar, 


9/83 
24/84 


915 


587/81 
42/82 

300/83 

506/83 
25/84 

632/84 


Sept. 

Feb. 

June 

Aug. 

Feb. 

Oct. 


12/81 
13/82 

4/83 
27/83 

4/84 
20/84 




299/83 


June 


4/83 



373/83 July 9/83 

374/83 July 9/83 

127/84 Mar. 17/84 

150/84 Mar. 24/84 



540/82 Aug. 21/82 
452/83 July 30/83 
392/84 July 7/84 



112/81 Mar. 14/81 
425/81 July 11/81 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



145 



R.R.O. Date of 
1980 O.Reg. Gazette 



amended 

amended 

(revoked by 370/83) 

Small Claims Courts Judges (Revoking Reg.).... 

Tariff of Fees 9 19 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

(revoked by 797/8^1) 

(See now Courts of Justice Act, 1984 - 

S.O. 198M, c. 11) 

STOCK YARDS ACT 

Management 920 

SUCCESSION DUTY ACT 

General 

amended 

amended 

(these Regs, amend Reg. SCi of 
R.R.O. 1970 - See Schedule 
to R.R.O. I98O) 

SUPERANNUATION ADJUSTMENT BENEFITS ACT 

Designation and Review Committee - 

Caucus Employees Retirement Plan 921 

Public Service Superannuation 

Fund 922 

Retirement Pension Plan of Ryerson 

Polytechnical Institute 923 

Teachers' Superannuation Fund 92A 

IBURROGATE COURTS ACT 

Rules of Practice - Surrogate Court 925 

amended 

amended 

SURVEYORS ACT 

General 926 

SURVEYS ACT 

Monuments 927 

(revoked by 221/81) 



178/82 Apr. 10/82 
575/82 Sept. 11/82 



370/83 July 9/83 



731/81 


Nov. 


21/81 


286/82 


May 


15/82 


451/83 


July 


30/83 


407/84 


July 


14/84 


684/84 


Nov. 


10/84 



43/82 Feb. 13/82 
250/82 May 1/82 
505/83 Aug. 27/83 



845/82 Jan. 8/83 
501/84 Aug. 18/84 



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R.R.O. 
1980 



Date of 
O.Reg. Gcizette 



Monuments 

amended 

amended , . . . 

amended 

Survey Methods 

The Ontario Co-ordinate System. 



928 
929 



221/81 Apr. 25/81 

566/81 Sept. 12/81 

767/82 Dec. 11/82 

396/84 July 7/84 



TEACHERS' SUPERANNUATION ACT 
(see now Teachers' Superannuation 
Act, 1983 - S.O. 1983, c. 84) 

General 930 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

(revoked by 423/84) 

TEACHERS' SUPERANNUATION ACT, 1983 

General 

amended 

amended 

TECHNOLOGY CENTRES ACT, 1982 ]''j:^;^' 

Ontario Centre for Advanced Meinufacturing .... 

Ontario Centre for 

Automotive Parts Technology 

Ontario Centre for Farm Machinery 

and Food Processing Technology 

Ontario Centre for Microelectronics 

Ontario Centre for Resource Machinery 

(revoked by 685/83) 

Ontario Centre for Resource 

Machinery Technology 

THEATRES ACT 

General 931 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 



557/81 


Sept. 


5/81 


690/81 


Nov. 


7/81 


101/83 


Mar. 


5/83 


533/83 


Sept. 


3/83 


788/83 


Jan. 


7/84 



423/84 
568/84 
776/84 


July 

Sept. 

Dec. 


14/84 
15/84 
22/84 


773/82 


Dec. 


11/82 


810/82 


Dec. 


25/82 


848/82 


Jan. 


15/83 


618/82 


Oct. 


2/82 


774/82 


Dec. 


11/82 


685/83 


Nov. 


12/83 



138/81 


Mar. 


28/81 


438/81 


July 


11/81 


600/81 


Sept. 


19/81 


29/82 


Feb, 


18/82 


538/83 


Sept. 


10/83 



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R.R.O. 
1980 



Date of 
O.Reg. Gazette 



TILE DRAINAGE ACT 
J General 



932 



TOBACCO TAX ACT 



Forms 

amended . 
cimended . 
amended , 



General , . . . 
amended . 
amended . 
amended . 
amended . 
amended . 



933 



934 



Refunds . 



Taxable Prices and Tax Payable on 
Cigarettes and Other Tobacco Products, 
amended 



amended . 
amended . 
amended . 
amended , 
amended . 
amended . 
amended . 
amended . 
amended . 
amended . 
amended . 



TORONTO AREA TRANSIT OPERATING AUTHORITY ACT 



General 

amended . 
amended . 
amended . 
amended . 

TOURISM ACT 



935 



General . . . . 
amended , 



TRAINING SCHOOLS ACT 



General . . . . 
amended . 
amended . 



936 



937 



272/82 
384/83 
605/84 



44/82 
251/82 
504/83 
605/83 
743/84 



822/81 
734/83 



May 8/82 
July 9/83 
Oct. 6/84 



Feb. 

May 

Aug. 

Oct. 

Dec. 



13/82 

1/82 
27/83 
15/83 

8/84 



606/83 Oct. 15/83 



439/81 


July 


11/81 


629/81 


Oct. 


10/81 


870/81 


Jan. 


19/82 


185/82 


Apr. 


10/82 


447/82 


July 


17/82 


640/82 


Oct. 


16/82 


841/82 


Jan. 


8/83 


185/83 


Apr. 


16/83 


410/83 


July 


16/83 


633/83 


Oct. 


15/83 


807/83 


Jan. 


14/84 


182/84 


Apr. 


14/84 


416/84 


July 


14/84 



400/81 


July 


4/81 


441/82 


July 


10/82 


380/83 


July 


9/83 


375/84 


June 


30/84 



786/81 Dec. 5/81 



Dec. 26/81 
Dec. 10/83 



TRAVEL INDUSTRY ACT 






General . . . . 
amended . 



938 



239/81 May 2/81 



148 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



amended . 
amended . 
amended . 
amended . 
amended . 
amended . 



R.R.O. 




Date of 


1980 


O.Reg. 


Gazette 




706/81 


Nov. 7/81 




304/82 


May 22/82 




815/82 


Jan. 1/83 




589/83 


Oct. 1/83 




612/83 


Oct. 15/83 




149/84 


Mar. 17/84 



UNIFIED FAMILY COURT ACT 



Rules of Practice and Procedure 

amended 

(See now Courts of Justice Act, 1984 - 
S.O. 1984, C.11) 



939 



UPHOLSTERED AND STUFFED ARTICLES ACT 



653/82 Oct. 16/82 



General . . . 
amended , 
amended . 



940 



294/83 June 4/83 
621/84 Oct. 20/84 



VENEREAL DISEASES PREVENTION ACT 
(Act repealed - see S.O. 1983, 
c. 11, s. Ill, see now Health 
Protection and Promotion Act, 
1983, c. 11, ss. 35, 36) 



General 

amended 

(revoked by 237/84) 

VITAL STATISTICS ACT 



941 



499/83 Aug. 27/83 



General 

amended 

amended 

VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION SERVICES ACT 

General 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 



942 



943 



365/81 
539/83 



June 20/81 
Sept. 10/83 



247/81 


May 


16/81 


422/81 


July 


11/81 


635/81 


Oct. 


17/81 


823/81 


Dec. 


26/81 


108/82 


Mar. 


13/82 


735/83 


Dec. 


10/83 


215/84 


Apr. 


28/84 


335/84 


June 


16/84 



TABLE OF REGULATIONS 



149 



R.R.O. 
1980 



O.Reg. 



Date of 
Gaizette 



amended . 
amended , 
amended . 
amended , 



467/84 Aug. 4/8M 

53U/8H Sept. 1/84 

626/84 Oct . 20/84 

763/84 Dec. 15/84 



WEED CONTROL ACT 

General 944 

WILD RICE ElARVESTING ACT 

General 945 

WILMIRNESS AREAS ACT 

Wilderness Areas 946 

amended 

WINE CONTENT ACT 

General 947 

cunended ; 

amended 

amended 

W0Oa.ANDS IMPROVEh€:NT ACT 

General 948 

WOOL MARKETING ACT 

(See now Sheep and Wool Marketing Act, 1981) 

Licence Fees 949 

(revoked by 146/82) 

(WORKERS') WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION ACT 
(now Workers' Compensation Act 
- see S.O. 1982, c. 61, s. 1.) 

First-Aid Requirements 950 

amended 

General 95 1 

cunended 

Pension Plan 952 

amended 

amended 

amended 

amended 



412/84 July 14/84 



86/82 Mar. 6/82 
602/82 Sept. 25/82 
369/83 July 9/83 



525/83 Sept. 3/83 
526/83 Sept. 3/83 



409/81 July 4/81 

813/82 Jan. 1/83 

66/84 Feb. 16/84 

719/84 Nov. 24/84 



ONTARIO REGULATIONS 



1984 



REGS. 1-205 



O. Reg. 1/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 2/84 419 



Publications Under The Regulations Act 



Januan 21st, 1984 



PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 1/84. 

Restricted Areas — Part of the 

District of Xipissing. 
Made— December 29th, 1983. 
Filed— January 3rd, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 540/74 

]VIADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

1. Ontario Regulation 540/74 is amended 
adding thereto the following section: 



bv 



99. — (1) Notwithstanding any other provision of 
this Order, a second single-family dwelling and build- 
ings and structures accessor)- thereto may be erected 
and used on the land described in subsection (2). 

(2) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land 
situate in the geographic Township and Macpherson 
in the Territorial District of Nipissing, being the east 
half of Lot 3 in Concession V entered in the Land 
Registn, Office for the Land Titles Division of Nipis- 
sing (No. 36) as Parcel 12373. O. Reg. 1/84, s. 1. 

L. J. FiNCHAM 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

and Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 29th day of December, 1983. 

(4004) 3 



ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 2/84. 

Exemption — Ministr>' of Natural 

Resources— MNR- 11/7. 
Made — December 16th, 1983. 
.•\pproved — December 16th, 1983. 
Filed— January- 4th, 1984. 



ORDER MADE UNDER THE 
ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

EXEMPTION— MINISTRY OF NATURAL 
RESOURCES— MNR- 11/7 

Having received a request from the Minister of 
Natural Resources that an undertaking, namely: 

Forest management by the Ministr>- of Natural 
Resources on Crown land presently included 
within forest management units and associated 
tree nurseries 

be exempt from the application of the Act for an 
additional period pursuant to section 29; and 

Having been advised that if the undertaking is sub- 
ject to the application of the \ct, the following injur>-, 
damage or interference with the persons indicated will 
occur: 

A. The Crown and the public will be interfered 
with by the delay in planning and imple- 
menting of forest management plans which 
are scheduled to proceed within the period of 
the exemption. 

Having weighed such injur>-, damage, or interfer- 
ence against the betterment of the people of the whole 
or any part of Ontario by the protection, conservation 
and wise management in Ontario of the environment 
which would result from the undertaking being subject 
to the application of the Act; 

The undersigned is of the opinion that it is in the 
public interest to order and orders that the under- 
taking is exempt from the application of the Act for the 
following reasons: 

A. The Ministry of Natural Resources will 
undertake measures to implement public 
participation in respect to the approval of 
Forest Management Agreements, Forest 
Management Plans and Operating Plans, 
including road plans prescribed by these, and 
in respect to aerial spraying of pesticides for 
forest management purposes. 

B. The undertaking is an on-going activity of 
the Ministn. of Natural Resources and is an 
integral part of the economy of the Province. 
Since the exemption for this undertaking 
under Exemption Order MNR 11/6 which 



420 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 2/84 



was filed as O. Reg. 417/83, will expire on 
December 31, 1983, the application of the 
Act before June 30, 1984 in the absence of an 
approval under the Act would result in the 
halting of forest management on Crown 
land. Therefore, the interference which 
would be caused would be undue. 

C. The Ministry of Natural Resources has com- 
pleted a draft of the Environmental Assess- 
ment for forest management and has begun a 
process of public consultation to allow 
interested parties to provide input to that 
Environmental Assessment before a formal 
submission for approval under the Act is 
made. 

This exemption is subject to the following terms and 
conditions: 

1 . The Ministry of Natural Resources shall con- 
sult the public and Government agencies at 
an early stage of the preparation of Forest 
Management Plans and Operating Plans, as 
well as a minimum of thirty days prior to the 
proposed plan being approved. 

2. The Ministry of Natural Resources shall 
develop a procedure to solicit, evaluate and 
respond to input and comments from the 
public and Government agencies at an early 
stage of the preparation of Forest Manage- 
ment Plans and Operating Plans for Crown 
and company management units. This pro- 
cedure shall be included as part of the Class 
Environmental Assessment to be submitted 
for the activity of forest management on 

' Crown land in Ontario for approval under 
the Act, and will also be incorporated into 
the forest management planning process. 

3. For the period that this exemption order is in 
force, the Ministry of Natural Resources 
shall plan primary public forest access roads 
on Crown Management Units in accordance 
with the approved Class Environmental 
Assessment for "Access Roads to MNR 
Facilities." This procedure shall give 
emphasis to the identification of alternative 
road locations and evaluation of the 
environmental effects of alternatives con- 
sidered and shall provide a rationale for the 
alternative road location which is selected. 

4. At least 30 days prior to the anticipated aerial 
spraying of herbicides or insecticides for 
forest management purposes, the Ministry of 
Natural Resources shall notify the public, the 
appropriate Regional Office of the Ministry 
of the Environment and the Environmental 
Assessment Branch of the project. During 
this period a project description shall be 
made available for public inspection at the 
appropriate district office of the Ministry of 
Natural Resources. Where there is a news- 



paper or radio or television station serving 
the area concerned, the public notice shall be 
in the form of a paid public notice in one or 
more of such media. An illustrative format 
which may be used for a printed notice is 
attached as follows: 

Illustrative Format for Public Notice for 

Aerial Spraying of Herbicides and 

Insecticides 

As part of the Ministry of Natural Resources' 
ongoing program to regenerate and protect 
our forests, selected stands (specified area) 
will be sprayed with an (insecticide or 
herbicide) to control (competing vegetation or 
name of insect) starting on or about (date). 

Further details about this program, including 
specific locations, are available from the 
(District, Regional or Main) Office of the 
Ministry of Natural Resources. 

— Responsible MNR Manager 

— Address 

— Telephone Number 

The Ministry of Natural Resources shall pre- 
pare a letter for each plan prepared pursuant 
to this exemption and send it to the Director 
of the Environmental Assessment Branch for 
inclusion in the Public Record. The letter 
shall describe: 

(a) the name of the Forest Management 
Unit or Forest Management Agree- 
ment Area (FMA) for which the plan 
is being prepared; 

(b) a map of the Forest Management Unit 
or FMA covered by the Forest Man- 
agement Plan; or 

a map of the area within the Forest 
Management Unit or FMA covered 
by the Operating Plan; 

(c) the duration of the plan; 

(d) the date(s) of public notification; 

(e) the nature of the comments received 
from the public and other government 
ministries/agencies; and 

(/) the proponent's responses to the 
comments received. 

This shall be submitted thirty days prior to 
approval of the plan. 

The Ministry of Natural Resources shall pro- 
vide the Director of the Environmental 
Assessment Branch with a list of those plans 



O. Reg. 2/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 4/84 421 



scheduled for approval during the period of 
this order, by February IS, 1984. This list 
shall also identify plans which are under 
preparation during the period that this 
exemption is in force but which are scheduled 
for approval sometime after the expiry date 
of this order. 

7. Where the carrying out of the undertaking 
requires that some activity for which an 
Environmental Assessment has been done 
and an approval to proceed received or an 
exemption granted, be conducted, that 
activity is not exempt under this order but 
shall be carried out in accordance with the 
Environmental Assessment and approval to 
proceed, or the conditions of exemption 
whichever is applicable. 

8. This order expires on the earlier date of June 
30, 1984 or the granting of an approval under 
the Act for the forest management under- 
taking. O. Reg. 2/84. 

Andy Brandt 

Minister of the Environment 

Dated this 16th day of December, 1983. 



(4005) 



HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

O. Reg. 3/84. 

General. 

Made — December 16th, 1983. 

Filed — January 5 th, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 452 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

1.— (1) Subsection 47 (3d) of Regulation 452 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, exclu- 
sive of the paragraphs, as made by subsection 1 
(2) of Ontario Regulation 281/83, is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

,11 
I (3d) The amount payable by the Plan for the ser- 

' I vices prescribed in subsection (1) is, where the services 

I are provided to an insured person on or after the 1st 

f day of April, 1983, but before the 1st day of January, 

i| 1984, the fee listed for such services in the following 

fee Schedule: 



(2) Section 47 of the said Regulation, as amended 
by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 331/81, sec- 
tion 1 of Ontario Regulation 337/82, section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 94/83 and section 1 of 



Ontario Regulation 281/83, is further amended 
by adding thereto the following subsection: 

(3e) The amount payable by the Plan for the ser- 
vices prescribed in subsection (1) is, where the services 
are provided to an insured person on or after the 1st 
day of January, 1984, the fee listed for such services in 
the following fee Schedule: 

1. Oculo- Visual Assessment $27.60 



2. Oculo- Visual Re-assessment 



18.55 



3. Partial Oculo- Visual Assessment ... 12.25 

O. Reg. 3/84, s. 1 (2). 

(4006) 3 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

O. Reg. 4/84. 

Parking. 

Made— December 22nd, 1983. 

Filed— Januar>' 5th, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 477 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

1. Paragraph 2 of Schedule 33 of Appendix A to 
Regulation 477 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor: 

2. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 
26 in the Township of Collingwood in the County of 
Grey beginning at a point situate 150 metres measured 
easterly from its intersection with the centre line of the 
roadway known as Grey County Road No. 19 and 
extending westerly therealong for a distance of 450 
metres. 

2 . Appendix A to the said Regulation is amended 
by adding thereto the following Schedule: 

Schedule 75 

HIGHWAY NO. 668 

1. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 
668 in the townships of Calder and Clute in the Ter- 
ritorial District of Cochrane beginning at a point 
situate 610 metres measured northerly from its inter- 
section with the northerly limit of the roadway known 
as Calder Concession 6 & 7 Road and extending north- 
erly therealong for a distance of 300 metres. O. Reg. 
4/84, s. 2. 



422 O. Reg. 4/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 6/84 



James Snow 

Minister of Transportation 

and Communications 

Dated at Toronto, this 22nd day of December, 1983. 

(4007) 3 



PLANNING ACT, 1983. 

O. Reg. 5/84. 

Restricted Areas — County of Simcoe, 

Townsliip of Innisfil. 
Made — January 4th, 1984. 
Filed— January Sth, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 1034/80 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

1. Section 1 of Ontario Regulation 1034/80 is 
amended by adding thereto the following 
clauses: 

(ca) "front lot line" means the lot line that divides 
a lot from a street, right-of-way. Crown 
shoreline reserve or high-water mark of a 
river or lake, and 

(i) in the case of a corner lot, the shorter 
lot line that abuts a street, right-of- 
way, Crown shoreline reserve or high- 
water mark of a river or lake shall be 
the front lot line, and 

(ii) where a lot abuts both a street and the 
high-water mark of a river or lake or a 
Crown shoreline reserve, the lot line 
abutting the high-water mark or 
Crown shoreline reserve shall be the 
front lot line; 



{(da) "lot line" means a boundary of a lot; 



ig) "rear lot line" means the lot line opposite the 
front lot line; 

(h) "side Jot line" means a lot line other than a 
front or rear lot line. O. Reg. 1034/80, s. 1; 
O. Reg. 5/84, s. 1. 

2. Subsection 6 (1) of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(1) No building or structure used for commercial 
uses shall be located. 



(a) on lands described in Schedules 1, 2 and 3, 
within one metre of the side lot lines or 
within eight metres of the front and rear lot 
lines; 

(b) on lands described in Schedule 4, within 
three metres of the side lot lines or within 
eight metres of the front and rear lot lines; or 

(c) on any other lands, within eight metres of 
any lot line. O. Reg. 5/84, s. 2. 

D. P. McHuGH 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

Central and Southwest 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

and Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 4th day of January, 1984. 

(4008) 3 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 6/84. 

Restricted Areas — District of Thunder 

Bay, geographic townships of 

Gorham and Ware. 
Made — December 28th, 1983. 
Filed— January Sth, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 109/75 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

1. Ontario Regulation 109/75 is amended 
adding thereto the following section: 



by 



28. — (1) Notwithstanding any other provision of 
this Order, a single-family dwelling and buildings and 
structures accessory thereto may be erected and used 
on the land described in subsection (2). 

(2) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land 
situate in the geographic Township of Gorham in the 
Territorial District of Thunder Bay, being that part of 
the south half of Lot 10 in Concession IV designated as 
part 1 on a Reference Plan deposited in the Land 
Registry Office for the Land Titles Division of Thun- 
der Bay (No. 55) as Number 55R-4019 being part of 
Parcel 12347 in the Register for the Thunder Bay 
Freehold. O. Reg. 6/84, s. 1. 

L. J. FiNCHAM 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

and Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 28th day of December, 1983. 

(4009) 3 



O. Reg. 7/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 8/84 423 



RETAIL SALES TAX ACT 

O. Reg. 7/84. 
Definitions by Minister. 
Made— December 7th, 1983. 
Filed— January 6th, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 903 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

M'\DE UNDER THE 

RETAIL SALES TAX ACT 

1. Regulation 903 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 is amended by adding thereto the 
following section: 

3fl. Under subsection 2 (7) of the Act, it is hereby 
determined that the fair value of tangible personal 
property that is produced, fabricated, processed, 
printed or imprinted for his own consumption or use, 
and not for resale, by a person who, 

(a) is not a manufacturer as defined in para- 
graph 31 of section 1 of Regulation 904 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980; and 

(b ) has paid tax at the time of sale on the materi- 
als purchased by him for the purpose of being 
so produced, fabricated, processed, printed 
or imprinted, or, being a vendor, has 
reported the purchase in, and remitted the 
tax with, the return covering the period in 
which he purchased the materials, 

is the price for which those materials were purchased 
by the person who produced, fabricated, processed, 
printed or imprinted the tangible, personal prop- 
erty. O. Reg. 7/84, s. 1. 

2. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come 
into force on the 11th day of May, 1983. 

Bud Gregory 
Minister of Revenue 

Dated at Toronto, this 7th day of December, 1983. 

(4010) 3 



RETAIL SALES TAX ACT 

O. Reg. 8/84. 

General. 

Made — December 21st, 1983. 

Filed — January 6th, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 904 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

RETAIL SALES TAX ACT 

1. — (1) Paragraph 31 of section 1 of Regulation 
904 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

31. "manufacturer" means a person who manu- 
factures, fabricates, produces or assembles 
tangible personal property for sale, where the 
fair value of such tangible personal property 
sold to others exceeds $5,000, or where the 
fair value of such tangible personal property 
manufactured for that person's own use 
exceeds $50,000, in the fiscal year, but does 
not include, 

(a) a barrister, solicitor, notar>-, accoun- 
tant, engineer or architect to the 
extent that he produces printed matter 
in connection with the rendering of his 
professional services, 

ib) a person who produces ready-mix 
concrete and asphalt mix, 

(c) a restaurateur, caterer or person in the 
business of preparing prepared food 
products or beverages in an eating 
establishment, centralized kitchen or 
similar facility, whether or not the 
prepared food products or beverages 
are for consumption on the premises 
of that restaurateur, caterer or person, 

(d) a public hospital, school or university, 



(e) a religious, charitable, benevolent or 
non-profit organization to the extent 
that it manufactures stage props, sets 
and costumes for use by the organiza- 
tion in its staging of a live theatrical or 
musical performance; 

(2) The said section 1 is amended by adding thereto 
the following paragraph: 

SOa. "registered mail" or "registered letter" means 
any form of postal deliver\- service for which 
a receipt is obtained from the addressee, and 
includes certified delivery mail; 

2. Subsection 1 (1) of this Regulation shall be 
deemed to have come into force on the 1 1th day / 
of May, 1983. 



(4011) 



424 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 9/84 



LAND TRANSFER TAX ACT 

O. Reg. 9/84. 

Forms. 

Made — January 4th, 1984. 

Filed— January 6th, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 566 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 

MADE UNDER THE 

LAND TRANSFER TAX ACT 



1980 



1. Regulation 566 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 is amended by adding thereto the 
following sections: 

4a. Notwithstanding section 4, the affidavit 
referred to in subsection 2 (2) of Regulation 563 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 may be in Form 
4a where the conveyance is registered in the Registry 



Division of Prescott (No. 
O. Reg. 9/84, s. 1, part. 



46) or Sudbury (No. 53). 



5a. Notwithstanding section 5, the affidavit refer- 
red to in subsection 3 (3) of Regulation 563 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980 may be in Form 5a 
where the conveyance is registered in the Registry 
Division of Prescott (No. 46) or Sudbury (No. 53). 
O. Reg. 9/84, s. 1, part. 



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

6. When a conveyance to which Form 4 or Form 4a 
is attached is tendered for registration, there shall also 
be provided to the collector to whom such conveyance 
is tendered for registration, one fully executed and 
completed duplicate copy of such form and such dupli- 
cate copy shall not be attached to any conveyance ten- 
dered for registration. O. Reg. 9/84, s. 2. 



O. Reg. 9/84 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 425 

3. The said Regulation is further amended by adding thereto the following forms: 

Formule 4a 

Minlstdre 

du Loi sur le droit de mutation immobiliere \ v**"** < '"«"'«»»"'*"« 

Revenu Declaration sous serment du transport a une 

0"'3"0 compagnie agricole familiale 

EN CE QUI CONCERNS LE TRANSPORT OE 

UttcriQilan wmnulri du titn-fondtl 




(nomi di tou) Itt ctdinnl 



A: 

J* •ouni(n< . 



Inonu de tout /M emsionnsirtst 



Inom #n atr*crA/M d'knprimtritt 



XH 



ladrtut 9n QPfactArtf d'knprimerfi 



OMarf nut MrriMnt w qui luit: 

I. Jt luit I* 



(fonctioni 

I* eomp»Bni» oisionruirt k Kiat d« trinjport. dont It liige K>ci»l est $itu« !"<"" * '* wnP*"* ^»?.^f''"' 

tt j'»i connaitunc* directt d«s fiin qui font I'objet d* li prtMnte declaration. '"''»*» «'" *'*P« lociail 

2. Avant It trm^xirt tn qutition. 



(nomtdttpinicuniniaipM^ 

txploiuitnt unt tntrtprist agricolt sir I* bianfondi pandint 



(piriode(t) dtxploitttion tv$M It trmvonl 
3. Lt bjt principal du tran^jort est de permettre i la compagnie cessionnaire de continuer i exploiter une entreptisc agricole (ur 
le bitrvfondi traneportt. lous la direction de 



Inoms dt aux qui dirigeront /'exploitation) 

4. Chaque cMant, chaque actionnaire de la compagnie ctisionnaire (sauf les d^tenieurs d'actions statutairet) ft toutes les per- 
fonnet diiigntct dam la prtstnu declaration tont mtmbras de la mtmt famille. au lent du paragraphe 1 1 1 ) du Rigl. 563 des 
R.R.O.da 1B80. 

5. Aucune del perionnei designfet aux atintas 2 tt 3 de la pr^sente d^ciafation, eucun Ktionnaire de la compagnie ceuionnairt 
(tauf lei ditentauri d'actions ttatutairasl nest une partonne norvrtsidentt au sans du paragraphe t (1) de la Loi lu' leidrolti 
de mutation Immobilitre. 

8. Jai lu atttntivement lei definitions dei expretiioni "compagnie agricole familiale", "exploitation egncole" et "actif d'une 
entrtprlit agricole" qui figurent tu paragraphe 1 (1) du R»gl 663 de« R n O de 1980. La compagnie ceuionnaire qui fait la 
prtianta declaration att unt compagnie agricole familiale eu sens da ce Riglemtnt. 



Declare tout tarmant davant mel 

dans la 

de 

I. r 19 






O. Reg. 9/84, s. 3, part. 



426 




Ontario 



Miniature 

du 

Revenu 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
Formule 5a 

Loi sur les droits de mutation immobilihre 

Declaration sous servient concernant le transport d une 

compagnie familiale 



En et qui connrn* li vtiuport dt 



(d*$crigiioii (ucctnci* tfu bint tonttil 



Inomi tf« loui In ctatnni 



O. Reg. 9/84 



(nonu tf* MM te eniioiintlml 



Jt louiiigni . 



Inom «rt fli<«clir«f d'imfifimtftti 



0* 



Mm— «• ctncttrn d'mprimthtl 



Oidtrt wui (•rmint m qui >uit: 

1. Je suii l< 



dt 



ftoneiioni 
compagnit ouionnairt du uaniport ci-dtstui, doni ]e litg* ipcial lit titut i . 



U4nomin9tionl 



. I* 



fut'tiul 
et j'ai conniJtMnc* dirtcte dis flits qui font I'objct di I* pitunte declaration. 

2. Li transport a iti inrigistri li 19 sous le numiro au bureau d'ttitigistrement 

di Ontario. 



3. Depuis la dati de I'lnregistrement un commerce, savoir 



Inttutt du commffcal 
•It ixploiU tur le bienfondi tran9>orti, sous la direction des personnes suivintes: 



4. A la dau dt la prtstntt declaration les actionnairas de la compagnie cetsionnaire sont les suivants 

(neim tf* tout t»i tctionnrirni 

6. Au mieux de ma connaiitance les alinias 3 (II cl el d) du Rijlemeni 5C3 des Riglements rtlondus dt lOniario de 1980 

t'appliqueni i la compagnie cessionnaire pour I'exereice qui s'est tumin* le 19 

tt la compagnit a droit 1 la dMuction privui i I'articli 3 du Riglement. 



Otclart sous wrmtnt dtvant moi 

all 

dt 

!• 19 . 



Commliuin aw umttnt, »re. 



O. Reg. 9/84, s. 3, part. 



\ O. Reg. 9/84 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

4. This Regulation comes into force on the 1st day of January, 1984. 



Dated at Toronto, this 4th day of January, 1984. 
(4012) 



O. Reg. 10/84 427 



Bud Gregory 
Minister of Revenue 



LAND TRANSFER TAX ACT 

O. Reg. 10/84. 

Consolidated Affidavit of Residence and 

Value of Consideration. 
Made — January 4th, 1984. 
Filed — January 6th, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 613/81 

MADE UxNDER THE 

LAND TRANSFER TAX ACT 

Ontario Regulation 613/81 is amended 
adding thereto the following section: 



by 



2a. On and after the 1st day of December, 1983, the 
affidavit required by subsection 4 (1) or (3) of the Act 
may be in Form la of this Regulation when the 
conveyance is registered in the Registry Division of 



Prescott (No. 
10/84, s. 1. 



46) or Sudbury (No. 53). O. Reg. 



2. Sections 3 and 4 of the said Regulation are 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

3. That part of Form 1 or Form la of this Regula- 
tion that is entitled "Property Information Record" 
shall be completed by or on behalf of the person mak- 
ing the affidavit contained in the form at or before the 
time when the conveyance to which the form is 
required to be attached is tendered for registra- 
tion. O. Reg. 10/84, s. 2, part. 

4. At the time that any conveyance to which F"orm 1 
or Form la of this Regulation is attached is tendered 
for registration, there shall also be provided to the 
collector to whom such conveyance is tendered for 
registration one fully executed and completed dupli- 
cate copy of such form, and such duplicate copy 
shall not be attached to any conveyance tendered for 
registration. O. Reg. 10/84, s. 2, part. 



428 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

3. The said Regulation is further amended by adding thereto the following form: 

Formule la 



O. Reg. 10/84 



La Lot sur les droits de mutation immobilikre 
Declaration de residence et du montant de la contrepartie 



EN CE QUI CONCERNE LE TRANSPORT DE ' 



JE SOUSStONC .o, 



OCCLARE SOUS 8CRMCNT CE QUI SUIT: 

1 Je SUtS code. ci4-r»mtni I, C9S« tf <vg*'a M it umcnpt-on qui cor'tioona » i» QutM« au atpofnl ^9" J 

D a) ben6ttc)aire de la fiduoe au profit de laquelle te bien-fonds est transporte. 

D b) le fiductaire au profit duquel le bien-fonds est transporte; 

O c) un cessionnaire designe a lacte de transport: 

D d)lef"andataire ou i avocat charge de cette affaire pour le compte de ooms a^. 



e) president. ' 



qui a ou ont la quality mention^ d I'alinea a). b). 

)-prestdeni. g^rant. secretaire, administrateur, trdsoner autohse par moma^itpmrsonne 



a I) uncess, 
propre r 



qui a ou ont la quahte menttonn^e a lalin^a a). b). c) ci-dessus. 'o-tie'i^nmeni.oni 

uia la quaiite meniionnee a lalinea ( ) unstifuntswuiam^Mion »> b/ou cj;et qui fait la presente declaration e 

qui est men conjoint et qui a la quaiite menttonn^ a I'alinea ( ) i'ni0,»> une ,«„(« m»ni.on. »t. o-, oi/ c, 
A ce titre j'ai connaissance directe des faits qui font I objet de la prdsente declaration. 

2 Jai examine les definitions de "personrw morale non-residente'et de "personne non-residente" aux alineas 1(1) f) et g) de la loi vo-' (ttf-w 

3 Les cessionnaires ou beneficiaires de la fiducie cessionnaire sont des personnes non-r6sidentes au sens de la loi >^o.i'*a>reQi,^e4, 



LA CONTREPARTIE TOTALE OU TRANSPORT 8E REPARTIT COMME SUIT: <ro»f»« 

(a) Argent comptant verse ou a verser 

(b) Hypotheques (i) assumees icto-tn mt .nt»rtti u^ayMn a<. d'" > 

(li) constitu^s au profti du vendeur 

c) Biens cedes en echange /<»(w» c-omjousj 

d) Valeurs mobilieres cedees. valeur iati-n atHssoM) 

e) Privileges, legs, rentes et frais d'entretien auxquels le transport est subordonn^ 

f) Autre contrepartie assujettie aux droits de mutation ,a«ia,isc,-a«isousi 

g) VALEUR DES BIENS-FONDS. BATIMENTS. MEUBLES FIXtS A DEMEURE 
ET ACHALANDAGE ASSUJETTtS AUX DROITS DE MUTATION 

h) VALEUR DE TOUS MEUBLES. objets mobiliers corporels 



i) CONTREPARTIE TOTALE 

5. Si la contrepartie est symboiique. declarer le rapport € 



6 Si la contrepartie est symboiique. le bien-fonds est-il greve de charges? 

7 Autres observations et explications, au besom 



Declare sous serment devant r 



le 



RENSEIGNEMENTS IMMOBILIERS 



A. Nature de lacte 

B (i) Adresse du bien fonds transporte r. 



(It) Numero du r6ie d'evaluation :i,i «f co""!. 

C Adresse postaie ^ laquelle doit etre expedte I'avis d'evaluation prevu par la Loi sur revaluation fonciere man 



D (i) Numero d enregistrement du dernier transport du bien-fonds /scasicoi-'uy . , 

(II) Description lormelle du bien-fonds transporte. meme que D (i) D Oui D Non D Inconnue 
E Norn el adresse de I avocat de chaque cessionnaire 



Reserve au Bureau denregistrement 



H' D'ENREGtSTREMEMT 

N" (fu bureau d'eftregittrtmMii tamnobMw 

Date d'wtf»9l Mf amaol 



10 



2079A (83 07 



O. Reg. 10/84, s. 3. 



O. Reg. 10/84 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

4. This Regulation comes into force on the 1st day of January, 1984. 

Dated at Toronto, this 4th day of January, 1984. 
(4013) 



429 



Bud Gregory 

Minister of Revenue 



11 



O. Reg. 11/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



479 



Publications Under The Regulations Act 



January 28th, 1984 



PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 
DEVELOPMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 11/84. 

The Regional Municipality of York, 

Town of Markham. 
Made— January 5 th, 1984. 
Filed— January 9th, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 473/73 

MADE UNDER THE 

PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 

DEVELOPMENT ACT 

1. Ontario Regulation 473/73 is amended 
adding thereto the following section: 



by 



65. — (1) Notwithstanding any other provision of 
this Order, the continued use of the single-family 
dwelling and buildings and structures accessory 
thereto existing on December 5, 1983 on the land 
described in subsection (3) is permitted or, if the exist- 
ing single-family dwelling is removed, the erection and 
use on the land of a new single-family dwelling and 
buildings and structures accessory thereto are permit- 
ted provided the requirements set out in subsection (2) 
are met. 

(2) The following requirements apply to the erection 
of a new single-family dwelling and buildings and 
structures accessory thereto on the land described in 
subsection (3): 

Minimum distance 
between any building or 
structure and the front 
lot line 9 metres 



Minimum distance 
between any building or 
structure and the side lot 
lines 3 metres 

Minimum distance 
between any building or 
structure and the rear lot 
line 12 metres 

Minimum area of the 

ground floor measured 

within the outside walls 

of the single-family 

dwelling, excluding gar- 
age, porch and veranda 

areas one storey — 93 

square metres 
one and one-half 
storeys or more — 70 
square metres 

(3) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land 
situate in the Town of Markham in The Regional 
Municipality of York, being that part of Lot 2 as 
shown on a Plan registered in the Land Registry Office 
for the Registry Division of York Region (No. 65) as 
Number 2196 and designated as Part 2 on a Plan 
deposited in the said Land Registry Office as Number 
65R-6546. O. Reg. 11/84, s. 1. 

G. M. Farrow 

Assistant Deputy Minister 

Community Planning Wing 

Ministry of Municipal 

Affairs and Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 5th day of January, 1984. 

(4014) 4 



13 



480 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 12/84 

PROVINCIAL LAND TAX ACT 

O. Reg. 12/84. , ^f * 

Forms. 

Made — ^January 4th, 1984. 

Filed— January 9th, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 
ONTARIO REGULATION 303/83 

MADE UNDER THE 
PROVINCIAL LAND TAX ACT 

1. Form 1 of Ontario Regulation 303/83 is revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

Form 1 

Provincial Land Tax Act 

Caution 
(Land Titles) CAUTION ACCT. NO. 

To: The Land Registrar for the Land Titles Division of 



I, , appointed under the Provincial Land Tax Act to exercise the powers and perform 

the duties of the Land Tax Collector, hereby give notice that, 

1. The taxes imposed under the Provincial Land Tax Act are unpaid for a period of two years or more. 

2 . Unless the total amount of tax, penalties, interest and costs due and payable under the Provincial Land 
Tax Act are paid on or before the 30th day of November, 19. . ., the hereinafter mentioned land 
and every interest therein will be liable to be forfeited to and vested in the Crown in Right of Ontario on 
the 1st day of December, 19. . .. 



The lands are registered in the name of 

as Parcel in the Register for 

My address for service is Ministry of Revenue, P.O. Box 625, 33 King Street West, Oshawa, Ontario LlH 8H9. 
Dated at , this day of , 19 . . . 



Title 

O. Reg. 12/84, s. 1. 

Bud Gregory 
Minister of Revenue 



Dated at Toronto, this 4th day of January, 1984. 
(4015) 



14 



O. Reg. 13/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS ACT 

O. Reg. 13/84. 

Tax Arrears and Tax Sale Procedures. 

Made— January- 9th, 1984. 

Filed— Januar\- 10th, 1984. 



481 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS ACT 

TAX ARREARS AND TAX SALE PROCEDURES 

I. The tax arrears procedure of the Act shall apply and the tax sale procedures of the Municipal Act and the 
Education Act, shall not apply to, 

(a) the local municipalities in Schedule 1; 

(b) the local municipalities in Schedule 2; 

(c) the area municipalities in Schedule 3; 

(d) all school boards, except separate school boards in an unorganized township or unsurveyed territor\' 
within the territorial districts of Schedule 4; and 



(e) a school board listed in Column 2 of Schedule 5 having jurisdiction in territory without municipal 
organization within the territorial district set out opposite thereto in Column 1 of Schedule 5. O. Reg. 

13/84, s. 1. 

Schedule I 





Column 1 


Column 2 


Item 


County 


Local Municipalities 


1. 


Brant 


Town of Paris 
Township of Burford 
Township of Oakland 
Township of Onondaga 
Township of South Dumfries 


2. 


Bruce 


All 


3. 


Duf ferin 


All 


4. 


Elgin 


All 



15 



482 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 13/84 



Essex 



Grey 



County of 
Haliburton 

Hastings 



Huron 



Town of Amherstburg 
Town of Harrow 
Town of Kingsville 
Village of St. Clair Beach 
Township of Anderdon 
Township of Colchester North 
Township of Colchester South 
Township of Gosfield North 
Township of Gosfield South 
Township of Maiden 
Township of Mersea 
Township of Pelee 
Township of Rochester 
Township of Sandwich South 
Township of Tilbury North 
Township of Tilbury West 

Town of Durham 
Town of Hanover 
Town of Me a ford 
Town of Thornbury 
Village of Chatsworth 
Village of Dundalk 
Village of Flesherton 
Village of Markdale 
Township of Artemesia 
Township of Bentinck 
Township of Colling wood 
Township of Derby 
Township of Egremont 
Township of Euphrasia 
Township of Glenelg 
Township of Holland 
Township of Keppel 
Township of Normanby 
Township of Proton 
Township of Osprey 
Township of St. Vincent 
Township of Sarawak 
Township of Sullivan 
Township of Sydenham 



All 

Village of Deloro 
Village of Frankford 
Village of Marmora 
Village of Tweed 
Township of Hungerford 
Township of Thurlow 

Town of Exeter 
Town of Wing ham 
Village of Bayfield 
Township of Colborne 
Township of Tuckersmith 



16 



O. Reg. 13/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



483 



10. 


Kent 


Town of Bothwell 
Town of Dresden 
Town of Tilbury 
Town of Wallaceburg 
Village of Wheatley 


11. 


Lambton 


City of Sarnia 
Town of Forest 
Town of Petrol ia 
Village of Alvinston 
Village of Arkona 
Village of Grand Bend 
Village of Oil Springs 
Village of Plympton 
Village of Point Edward 
Village of Watford 
Township of Bosanquet 
Township of Brooke 
Township of Dawn 
Township of Enniskillen 
Township of Euphemia 
Township of Moore 
Township of Sarnia 
Township of Sombra 
Township of Warwick 


12. 


Lanark 


All 


13. 


Leeds and Grenville 


All 


14. 


Lennox and Adding ton 


Town of Napanee 
Village of Bath 
Village of Newburgh 
Township of Adolphustown 
Township of Amherst Island 
Township of Camden East 
Township of Denbigh, Abinger 

and Ashby 
Township of Kaladar, Anglesea 

and Effingham 
Township of North Fredericksburgh 
Township of Richmond 
Township of Sheffield 
Township of South Fredericksburgh 


15. 


Middlesex 


City of London 
Town of Parkhill 
Town of Strathroy 
Village of Glencoe 
Village of Lucan 
Village of Newbury 
Village of Wardsville 
Township of Adelaide 
Township of Biddulph 
Township of Caradoc 



17 



484 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 13/84 



15, 



Middlesex (cont'd) 



16, 

17, 
18, 



19, 
20, 



21 



Northumberland 

Oxford 

Peterborough 



Prescott and Russell 
Prince Edward 



Renfrew 



Townsh 
Townsh 
Townsh 
Townsh 
Townsh 
Townsh 
Townsh 
Townsh 
Townsh 
Townsh 
Townsh 
Townsh 



All 



ip of Delaware 

ip of East Williams 

ip of Ekfrid 

ip of liObo 

ip of London 

ip of Metcalfe 

ip of McGillivray 

ip of Mosa 

ip of North Dorchester 

ip of Westminster 

ip of West Nissouri 

ip of Willieuns 



All 



Village of 1 


lavelock 




Village of ] 


Liakef ield 




Village of I 


*1illbrook 




Village of Norwood 




Township 


of 


Asphodel 




Township 


of 


Belmont and 


Methuen 


Township 


of 


Burleigh and 


Anstruther 


Township 


of 


Cavan 




Township 


of 


Chandos 




Township 


of 


Douro 




Township 


of 


Ennismore 




Township 


of 


Galway and 


Cavendish 


Township 


of 


Smith 




Township 


of 


South Monagh 


an 



All 

Town of Picton 
Village of Bloomfield 
Village of Wellington 
Township of Ameliasburgh 
Township of Athol 
Township of Hallowell 
Township of Hillier 
Township of North Marysburgh 
Township of Sophiasburgh 



City of Pembroke 

Town of Arnprior 

Town of Deep River 

Town of Renfrew 

Township of Alice and Fraser 

Township of Sabastopol 



18 



O. Reg. 13/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



485 



22. 


Simcoe 


All 




23. 


Stormont, Dundas 
and Glengarry 


All 




24. 


Victoria 


All 




25. 


Wellington 


All - 


■ except the City of Guelph 



O. Reg. 13/84, Sched. 1. 



Schedule 2 





Column 1 


Column 2 


Item 


Territorial Districts 


Local Municipalities 


1. 


Algoma 


J 
Town of Elliot Lake I 
Village of Hilton Beach 
Village of Iron Bridge 
Township of Hilton 
Township of Johnson ,^ 
Township of Laird '"^' , , 
Township of MacDonald, j 

Meredith and Aberdeen, 

Additional 
Township of Michipicoten 
Township of St. Joseph 
Township of Tarbutt and 

Tarbutt Additional 
Township of Thompson 
Township of Wickstead 


2. 


Cochrane 


All 


3. 


Kenora 


Town of Keewatin 
Town of Kenora 
Township of Ignace 
Township of Jaffray 

and Melick 
Township of Red Lake 



19 



486 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 13/84 



4. 


Manitoulin 


Town of Gore Bay 
Town of Little Current 
Township of Assiginack 
Township of Billings 
Township of Burpee 
Township of Carnarvon 
Township of Cockburn Island 
Township of Gordon 
Township of Howland 
Township of Rutherford 

and George Island 
Township of Sandfield 
Township of Tehkummah 


5. 


Nipissing 


All 


6. 


Parry Sound 


All 


7. 


Rainy River 


All 


8. 


Sudbury 


All 


9. 


Thunder Bay 


City of Thunder Bay 
Town of Geraldton 
Township of Conmee 
Township of Gillies 
Township of Neebing 
Township of O'Connor 
Township of Paigoonge 
Township of Schreiber 
Township of Shuniah 
Township of Terrace Bay 


10. 


Timiskaming 


All 



O. Reg. 13/84, Sched. 2. 



20 



O. Reg. 13/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
Schedule 3 



487 





Column 1 


Column 2 




District, Metropolitan 






or 




Item 


Regional Municipality 


Area Municipalities 


1. 


Metropolitan Toronto 


All except City of Toronto 


2. 


Durham 


All 


3. 


Haldimand-Norfolk 


All 


4. 


Halton 


All 


5. 


Hamilton-Went worth 


All 


6. 


Muskoka 


All 


7. 


Niagara 


All 


8. 


Ottawa-Carleton 


All 


9. 


Peel 


All 


10. 


Sudbury 


All 


11. 


Waterloo 


All 


12. 


York 


All 



Schedule 4 



O. Reg. 13/84, Sched. 3. 



Item 


The Territorial 


Districts of: 




1. 


Cochrane 






2. 


Nipissing 






3. 


Parry Sound 






4. 


Rainy River 






5. 


Sudbury 






6. 


Timiskaming 







O. Reg. 13/84, Sched. 4. 



21 



488 O. Reg. 13/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
Schedule 5 



O. Reg. 14/84 





Column 1 


Column 2 


Item 


Territorial Districts 


School Board 


1. 

2. 
3. 


Algoma 

Kenora 
Thunder Bay 


North Shore Board of 

Education 
Saulte Ste. Marie Board of 
Education 

Dryden Board of Education 
Kenora Board of Education 

Geraldton Board of Education 
Lakehead Board of Education 
Lake Superior Board of 

Education 
Nipigon - Red Rock Board of 

Education 



2. Ontario Regulation 641/83 is revoked. 

Dated at Toronto, this 9th day of January, 1984. 
(4019) 



O. Reg. 13/84, Sched. 5. 



Claude F. Bennett 
Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 14/84. 

Restricted Areas — District of Manitoulin, 
geographic townships of Campbell, 
Dawson, Mills and Robinson. 

Made — January 9th, 1984. 

Filed— January 11th, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 672/81 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

1. Ontario Regulation 672/81 is amended by 
adding thereto the following section: 

67. — (1) Notwithstanding subsection 50 (1), a sea- 
sonal dwelling may be erected and used on the land 
described in subsection (2) provided the following 
requirements are met: 



Maximum lot coverage 
Minimum front yard 
Minimum side vards 



IS per cent 
IS metres 
IS metres 



Minimum rear yard 

Maximum height of sea- 
sonal dwelling 

Minimum ground floor 
area of seasonal dwel- 
ling 



7.5 metres 



metres 



55 square metres 



(2) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land 
situate in the geographic Township of Dawson in the 
Territorial District of Manitoulin, being that part of 
Lot 16 in Concession XII more particularly described 
as Part 3 on a Plan deposited in the Land Registry 
Office for the Registry Division of Manitoulin (No. 31) 
as Number 31R-13S1. O. Reg. 14/84, s. 1. 

L. J. FiNCHAM 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

and Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 9th day of January, 1984. 

(4020) 4 



22 



O. Reg. 15/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



489 



ASSESSMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 15/84. 

Equalization of Assessments made under 

Section 63 of the Assessment Act. 
Made— Januan- 10th, 1984. 
Filed— Januar\- Hth, 1984. 



i 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
ASSESSMENT ACT 

EQUALIZATION OF ASSESSMENTS MADE 

UNDER SECTION 63 OF THE ASSESSMENT 

ACT 



1. The equalization of assessment made under the 
Act in each prescribed class of real property necessary 
in order to provide, for each municipality specified in 
the Schedule to this Regulation, assessments of real 
property that, in accordance with section 63 of the Act, 
will be equitable one with the other in each prescribed 
class of real property shall include, as standards to be 
taken into account in such equalization and the com- 
putation of the factors resulting therefrom, the fol- 
lowing considerations: 

1. The proportion that the municipal and school 
taxes levied for the year 1 983 against the total 
assessment of real property in each pre- 
scribed class of real property is of the total 
municipal and school taxes levied for the year 
1983 in the municipality shall be maintained 
to the extent that, if that single mill rate that 
would have been required to produce in the 
year 1983 the amount of municipal and 
school taxes levied in that year against the 
total assessment of the prescribed class of real 
property were applied to the total assessment 
for that prescribed class of real property 
resulting from the application of the factors 
hereafter in this Regulation prescribed for 
that class of real property in that munici- 
pality, the municipal and school ta.xes that 
would have been so levied for the year 1983 
from the total assessment for that prescribed 
class will be substantially the same total 
amount for that prescribed class of real prop- 
erty as was actually levied in the munici- 
pality for the year 1983 against the total 
assessment for that prescribed class of real 
property in that municipality. 

2. All real property within a prescribed class of 
real property in the same municipality shall, 
as nearly as may be, be assessed at the same 
proportion of the market value of such real 
property in the year 1980, as that market 
value is determined by the Assessment 
Commissioner in whose Assessment Region 
such real property is located. 

3. The total assessment, including assessments 
made under section 32 or 33 of the Act, of the 



real property in a municipality to which this 
Regulation applies shall not be increased or 
decreased substantially. 

Equitability of assessment of real property 
within each prescribed class of real property 
in the same municipalit>- shall be established 
without significant alteration of the assess- 
ment relationships between prescribed clas- 
ses of real property in the same municipality, 
provided that this paragraph does not apply 
to affect changes in the assessment relation- 
ship between prescribed classes of real prop- 
erty that result from an increase in the total 
assessment of the prescribed class of real 
propertN' by reason of assessments made 
under section 32 or 33 of the Act. O. Reg. 
15/84, s. 1. 



2. This Regulation applies to the municipalities 
named in the Schedule to this Regulation and to the 
assessment to be shown on the assessment roll to be 
returned in each such municipality for the year 1983 
for taxation in the year 1984. O. Reg. 15/84, s. 2. 



3. For the purposes of this Regulation, the real 
property situate in each municipality named in the 
Schedule to this Regulation shall be divided into the 
prescribed classes of real property that are designated 
in the said Schedule for that municipality. O. Reg. 
15/84, s. 3. 

4. For the purposes of this Regulation, the factor to 
be applied to the market value, as determined in 
accordance with paragraph 2 of section 1 , of real prop- 
erty in each prescribed class of real property in the 
municipality shall be that shown in the Schedule to 
this Regulation opposite the number of the prescribed 
class applicable to that municipality. O. Reg. 15/84, 
s. 4. 



5. For the purposes of this Regulation, the follow- 
ing classes of real property are prescribed: 

Class 1 

Property assessed either, 

(a) as residential and comprising not more than 
six residential units, including vacant land 
municipally zoned principally for residential 
development described in this clause; or 

{b ) £is seasonal residential including vacant land 
zoned principally for this purpose. 

Class 2 

Property' assessed either, 

(o) as residential and comprising seven or more 
residential units, including vacant land 



23 



490 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 15/84 



municipally zoned principally for residential 
development described in this clause; or 

(b) as a unit or proposed unit within the meaning 
of the Condominium Act to which subsection 
65 (2) of the Assessment Act does not apply 
and that is part of a building or parcel of land 
containing seven or more residential units, 
whether or not such residential units are 
units or proposed units within the meaning of 
the Condominium Act. 

Class 3 

Property assessed as commercial, including vac- 
ant land municipally zoned principally for com- 
mercial development. 



Class 4 



Property assessed as industrial, including vacant 
land municipally zoned principally for industrial 
development. 

Class 5 

Property assessed as farm land. 
Class 6 

Property assessed as a pipeline. 

Class 7 

Property assessed as a railway right-of-way. 
O. Reg. 15/84, s. 5. 



24 



O. Reg. 15/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Schedule 

REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF DURHAM 



491 



Municipality 



TOWN OF NEWCASTLE 



Prescribed 






Class 


of 




Factor 


Real Proper 


11 


(0.) 


1 






045 


2 






100 


3 






052 


4 






072 


5 






035 


6 






055 


7 






018 



TOWN OF PICKERING 



318 
429 
272 
340 
254 
365 
042 



REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF HAMILTON-WENTWORTH 



Municipality 



TOWNSHIP OF FLAMBOROUGH 



Prescri 


bed 






Class 


of 




Factor 


Rpdi Pre 

1 


)per 


11 


(0.) 
069 


2 






197 


3 






07B 


4 






075 


5 






050 


6 






088 


7 






017 



TOWNSHIP OF GL AN BROOK 



075 
097 
085 
051 
089 
019 



25 



492 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF NIAGARA 



O. Reg. 15/84 



Municipality 



CITY OF NIAGARA FALLS 



Prf"3cri 


bed 






Class 


of 




Factor 


Real Pre 


per 


^ 


(0.) 


1 






094 


2 






183 


3 






122 


4 






169 


5 






060 


6 






131 


7 






093 



REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF OTTAWA-CARLETON 



Municipality 



TOWNSHIP OF CUMBERLAND 



Prescri 


bed 






Class 


of 




Factor 


Real Proper 


^ 


(0.) 


1 






051 


2 






05 « 


3 






042 


4 






042 


5 






041 


6 






071 


7 






023 



TOWNSHIP OF GOULBOURN 



049 
049 
055 
077 
044 
058 

008 



26 



O. Reg. 15/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
COUNTY OF DUFFERIN 



493 



Municipality 



TOWNSHIP OF EAST GARAFRAXA 



Proscri 


bed 






Class 


of 




Factor 


Roal Proper 


^ 


(0.) 


1 






328 


3 






380 


4 






328 


5 






37G 


7 






242 



COUNTY OF ELGIN 



Municipality 



Prescribed 

Class of 

Real Property 



Factor 
(0.) 



VILLAGE OF BELMONT 



053 
060 
081 
JR2 
021 
039 
009 



TOWNSHIP OF SOUTHWOLD 



060 
1 19 
137 
040 
095 
025 



27 



494 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
COUNTY OF GREY 



O. Reg. 15/84 



Municipality 



CITY OF OWEN SOUND 



Prescri 


bed 






Class 


of 




Factor 


Real Pre 

1 


per 


^ 


(0.) 
234 


2 






393 


3 






363 


4 






414 


5 






189 


6 






493 


7 






061 



COUNTY OF KENT 



Municipality 



TOWNSHIP OF DOVER 



Prescri 


bod 






Class 


of 




Factor 


Real Pre 


per 


ty 


(0.) 


1 






045 


3 






07 5 


4 






08b 


5 






02 1 


6 






073 



TOWNSHIP OF TILBURY EAST 



059 
106 
027 
070 
01 4 



28 



O. Reg. 15/84 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 495 

COUNTY OF LAMBTON 



Municipality 



TOWNSHIP OF EUPHEMIA 



Prescri 


bed 






Class 


of 




Factor 


Real Proper 


ty 


(0.) 


1 






071 


3 






146 


4 






083 


5 






036 


6 






104 


7 






016 



COUNTY OF LANARK 



Municipality 



TOWNSHIP OF RAMSAY 



Prescri 


bed 






Class 


of 




Factor 


Roal Proper 


^ 


(0.) 


1 






046 


3 






097 


4 






092 


5 






060 


6 






1 14 


7 






079 



29 



496 



Municipality 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

UNITED COUNTIES OF LEEDS AND GRENVILLE 

Prescribed 
Class of 
Real Property 



O. Reg. 15/84 



Factor 
(0.) 



VILLAGE OF WESTPORT 



062 
092 
105 
078 



TOWNSHIP OF EUWARDSBURGH 



059 
1 19 
102 
I 13 
061 
095 
058 



Municipality 



COUNTY OF LENNOX AND ADDINGTON 

Prescribed 

Class of 

Real Property 



TOWNSHIP OF AMHERST ISLAND 



055 
047 



30 



O. Reg. 15/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX 



497 



Municipality 



TOWNSHIP OF EKFRID 



Prescri 


bed 






Class 


of 




Factor 


Real Proper 


^ 


(0.) 


1 






062 


3 






095 


4 






085 


5 






034 


6 






096 


7 






023 



TOWNSHIP OF LOBO 



057 
048 
082 
038 
086 
01 I 



TOWNSHIP OF NORTH DORCHESTER 



060 
083 
082 
077 
042 
078 
008 



TOWNSHIP OF WEST NISSOURI 



055 
070 
095 
035 
OB 6 
009 



31 



498 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
COUNTY OF OXFORD 



O. Reg. 15/84 



Municipality 



TOWNSHIP OF ZORRA 



Prescri 


bed 






Class 


of 




Factor 


Real Proper 


^ 


(0.) 


1 






065 


2 






087 


3 






096 


4 






097 


5 






038 


6 






095 


7 






015 



COUNTY OF PETERBOROUGH 



Municipality 



VILLAGE OF HAVELOCK 



Prescribed 






Class of 




Factor 


Real Proper 


ty 


(0.) 


1 




082 


2 




154 


3 




102 


4 




101 


5 




073 


7 




019 



VILLAGE OF NORWOOD 



081 
103 
098 
105 
083 
036 



TOWNSHIP OF BURLEIGH AND ANSTRUTHER 



256 
200 
322 
181 
330 
1.333 



TOWNSHIP OF SMITH 



063 
078 
089 
062 
085 
053 



32 



O. Reg. 15/84 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 499 

UNITED COUNTIES OF PRESCOTT AND RUSSELL 



Municipality 



t TOWNSHIP OP CAMBRIDGE 



Prescri 


bed 






Class 


of 




Factor 


Real Pre 


>per 


^ 


(0.) 


1 






052 


3 






050 


4 






069 


5 






053 


7 






Oil 



TOWNSHIP OF CLARENCE I 054 

3 065 

5 063 

7 012 



COUNTY OF PRINCE EDWARD 

Prescribed 
Class of Factor 

Municipality Real Property (0.) 



TOWNSHIP OF NORTH MARYS BURGH 1 057 

3 065 

4 068 

5 083 



33 



500 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
COUNTY OF RENFREW 



Prescribed 



Municipality 



TOWN OF ARNPRIOR 



VILLAGE OF EGANVILLE 



TOWNSHIP OF MCNAB 



TOWNSHIP OF PETAWAWA 



TOWNSHIP OF SEBASTOPOL 



TOWNSHIP OF WILBERFORCE 



Class of 


Factor 


Heal Proi>erty 


(0.) 


1 


06B 


2 


124 


3 


109 


4 


160 


5 


072 


6 


094 


7 


049 


1 


055 


2 


101 


3 


092 


4 


174 


5 


046 


1 


050 


2 


09 2 


3 


0B2 


4 


090 


5 


055 


6 


068 


7 


079 


1 


060 


2 


097 


3 


063 


4 


080 


5 


073 


6 


096 


7 


001 


1 


034 


3 


081 


4 


060 


5 


046 


1 


047 


3 


070 


5 


060 



34 



O. Reg. 15/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
COUNTY OF SIMCOE 



501 



Municipality 



CITY OF ORILLIA 



VILLAGE OF TOTTENHAM 



TOWNSHIP OF TINY 



Prescri 


bed 




Class 


of 


Factor 


Real Property 


(0.) 


, 




091 


2 




152 


3 




123 


4 




166 


5 




106 


6 




154 


7 




023 


1 




363 


2 




457 


3 




350 


4 




456 


5 




351 


6 




560 


7 




491 


1 




045 


3 




077 


4 




066 


5 




052 


6 




090 



UNITED COUNTIES OF STORMONT, DUNDAS AND GLENGARRY 



Municipality 



VILLAGE CF CHESTERVILLE 



Prescribed 




Class 


of 


Factor 


Real Property 


(0.) 


1 




075 


2 




260 


3 




110 


4 




192 


5 




062 


6 




1 15 


7 




026 



35 



502 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
COUNTY OF VICTORIA 



O. Reg. 15/84 



Municipality 



TOWNSHIP OF EMILY 



Prescri 


bed 






Class 


of 




Factor 


Real Proper 


^ 


(0.) 


1 






051 


3 






052 


4 






040 


5 






041 


7 






042 



TOWNSHIP OF SOMERVILLE 



018 
024 
027 
023 



COUNTY OF WELLINGTON 



Municipality 



TOWNSHIP OF ARTHUR 



Prescri 


bed 






Class 


of 




Factor 


Real Proper 


ty 


(0.) 


1 






059 


3 






094 


4 






059 


5 






052 


6 






119 


7 






041 



TOWNSHIP OF NICHOL 



058 
068 
045 

081 
Ol8 



36 



0. Reg. 15/84 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 503 

DISTRICT OF COCHRANE 



Municipality 



TOWNSHIP OF OPASATIKA 



Prpscri 


bed 






Class 


of 




Factor 


Real Pre 


iper 


^ 


(0.) 


1 






354 


3 






5R0 


4 






403 


5 






355 


6 






426 


7 






U8 



DISTRICT OF KENORA 



Municipali ty 



TOWN OF DRYDEN 



Prescri 


bed 






Class 


of 




Factor 


Real Pre 


)per 


il 


(0.) 


1 






059 


2 






066 


3 






078 


4 






161 


5 






055 


6 






089 


7 






032 



DISTRICT OF RAINY RIVER 



Municipality 



TOWNSHIP OF ATIKOKAN 



Prescribed 




Class of 


Factor 


Real Property 


(0.) 


1 


139 


2 


169 


3 


179 


4 


175 


6 


240 


7 


169 



37 



504 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

DISTRICT OF TIMISKAMING 



Municipality 



TOWNSHIP OF ARMSTRONG 



TOWNSHIP OF CHAMBERLAIN 



TOWNSHIP OF DACK 



TOWNSHIP OF HARRIS 



TOWNSHIP OF KERNS 



Frescribod 




Class of 


Factor 


Real Property 


(0.) 


1 


085 


2 


156 


3 


133 


4 


169 


5 


068 


6 


138 


7 


080 


1 


056 


3 


064 


5 


055 


6 


147 


7 


042 


1 


232 


3 


378 


5 


220 


6 


397 


7 


302 


1 


061 


3 


095 


4 


067 


5 


064 


1 


06 3 


3 


076 


5 


074 


6 


126 


7 


055 



38 



O. Reg. 15/84 



I 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

DISTRICT OF COCHRANE 



O. Reg. 16/84 505 



Locality 



Prescribed 

Class of 

Real Property 



Factor 
(0.) 



KAPUSKASING BOARD (»• 

EDUCATION AND 
KAPUSKASING R.C.S.S. BOARD 

OF EDUCATION 



349 
478 
326 
446 
054 



O. Reg. 15/84, Sched. 

Bud Gregory 

Minister of Revenue 



Dated at Toronto, this 10th day of January, 1984. 

(4021) 



GENERAL SESSIONS ACT 
COUNTY COURTS ACT 

O. Reg. 16/84. 

Sittings of the General Sessions of the 
Peace and Sittings of the County Court 
for the Counties of Peterborough, 
Prescott and Russell, Lambton and 
Wellington. 

Made — January 10th, 1984. 

Filed — January 12th, 1984. 



GENERAL SESSIONS ACT 
COUNTY COURTS ACT 

Ix The Matter Of the General Sessions Act and of the County Courts Act; and 

I.\ The Matter Of the sittings of the General Sessions of the Peace and of the sittings of the County Court for 
the trial of issues of fact and assessment of damages with or without a jury for the Counties of Peterborough, 
Prescott and Russell, Lambton and Wellington. 

ORDER 

Whereas the Sittings of the Court of General Sessions of the Peace and the sittings of the County Court for 
he trial of issues of fact and assessment of damages with or without a jury, are presently scheduled on dates set 
mt in the Chief Judge's Order dated November 23rd, 1983, for the following Counties; 

And Whereas it is desirable to hold the said sittings on dates other than set out in the Chief Judge's Order 
lated November 23rd, 1983; 

Therefore It Is Ordered that the sittings of the Court of General Sessions of the Peace and the sittings of 
lie County Court for the trial of issues of fact and assessment of damages with or without a jury for the following 
-ounties, shall be held on the dates shown below: 

39 



506 O. Reg. 16/84 
General Sessions 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 17/84 



Peterborough 



Peterborough 



Prescott & Russell L'Orignal 



Lambton 



Wellington 



Sarnia 



Guelph 



Non-Jury 

Prescott & Russell L'Orignal 



First Monday in March 
Third Tuesday in May 
Fourth Monday in October 
First Monday in November 

Second Monday in January 
Second Monday in May 
Third Monday in November 

Second Monday in February and May 
Third Monday in September 
Second Monday in November 

Third Monday in February 
Third Tuesday in May 
Third Monday in September 
Third Monday in November 



Third Monday in February 
Second Monday in September 



Wellington 



Guelph 



Third Monday in March 

Third Tuesday in May 

Third Monday in September and November 



And It Is Further Ordered that a copy of this Order shall be mailed by ordinary post to the Attorney 
General of Ontario, and that a copy of this Order shall be posted in the office of the Clerk of the County Court of 
the said Counties and in the office of the Clerk of General Sessions of the Peace for the said Counties. O. Reg. 
16/84. 

W. D. Lyon 

Chief Judge of the County 

and District Courts of the 

Counties and Districts oj 

Ontario 

Dated at the City of Toronto, in The Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto, this 10th day of January, 1984. 

(4035) •\ 



GENERAL SESSIONS ACT 
COUNTY COURTS ACT 

O. Reg. 17/84. 

Sittings of the General Sessions of the 
Peace and Sittings of the County 
Court for the Judicial District of Peel. 

Made — Januar\' 10th, 1984. 

Filed — January 12th, 1984. 



GENERAL SESSIONS ACT 
COUNTY COURTS ACT 

In The Matter Of the General Sessions Act and of 
the County Courts Act; and 



In The Matter Of the sittings of the Genera 
Sessions of the Peace and of the sittings of th( 
County Court for the trial of issues of fact anc 
assessment of damages with or without a jury for the 
Judicial District of Peel. 



ORDER 

It Is Ordered that the sittings of the Court of Gai 
eral Sessions of the Peace and sittings of the Count 
Court for the trial of issues of fact and assessment 
damages with or without a jury for the Judicial Dis 
trict of Peel shall be held on the dates shown hereun 
der: 



40 



O. Reg. 17/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 19/84 507 



Gener-al Sessions of the Peace 

! First Tuesday in September 
Third Monday in September 
First Monday in October 
Third Monday in October 
Fifth Monday in October 
Second Tuesday in November 

I Fourth Monday in November 
Second Mondav in December 

! 

I CrviL Jury 

Third Monday in October 

Civil Nox-Jury 

Third Monday in September 
Third Monday in October 
■ Second Tuesday in November 
; Second Mondav in December 



O. Reg. 17/84. 



W. D. Lyon 

Chief Judge of the 

County and District 

Courts of Ontario 

Dated at the City of Toronto, in The Municipality of 
Metropolitan Toronto, this 10th day of January-, 1984. 

(4036) 4 



CHIROPODY ACT 

O. Reg. 18/84. 

General. 

Made — Januar>- 4th, 1984. 

Approved — ^Januar>- 12th, 1984. 

Filed — ^January 13th, 1984. 



REGUL-ATION TO .\MEND 

REGULATION 102 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

CHIROPODY ACT 

1. Clause 3 (2) (b) of Regulation 102 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as remade by 
subsection 1 (2) of Ontario Regulation 24/83, is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(b ) pays a registration fee of $400. 

2. — (1) Clause 7 (1) (a) of the said Regulation, as 
remade by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 
24/83, is revoked and the following substi- 
I tuted therefor: 

(a) registered under subsection 3 (1) or (2), is 
! S400; 



(2) Subsection 7 (2) of the said Regulation, as 
remade by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 
24/83, is revoked and the following substi- 
tuted therefor: 

(2) The fee for registration for a chiropodist referred 
to in clause (1) (a ) who fails to register before his annu- 
al registration expires, 

(a) is $600 where re-registration is within two 
years of the date of the expin,- of his registra- 
tion; and 

(b) is $700 where re-registration is two years or 
more from the date of expir\- of his registra- 
tion. O. Reg. 18/84, s. 2 (2). 

Board of Regents: 

Peter G. Wilson 

J. A. McNab 

Dated at Toronto, this 4th day of Januan,', 1984. 

(4041) 4 



DRUGLESS PRACTITIONERS ACT 

O. Reg. 19/84. 

General. 

Made — ^Januar%- 5 th, 1984. 

Approved — Januan,- 12th, 1984. 

Filed— January 13th, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 250 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

DRUGLESS PR.\CTITIONERS .ACT 

1. Subsections 5 (1) and (2) of Regulation 250 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as 
remade by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
242/81, are revoked and the following substi- 
tuted therefor: 

(1) There shall be paid for the purposes of the 
Board, 

(a) with each application for registration as a 
drugless therapist a fee of $200; and 

(ft) with each application for renewal of regis- 
tration as a drugless therapist a fee of $200. 

(2) An additional fee of $100 shall be paid for each 
application for renewal received after the 28th day of 
February- in any year. O. Reg. 19/84, s. 1. 



41 



508 



O. Reg. 19/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 22/84 



Board of Directors of 
Drugless Therapy: 

William Morris, N.D. 
Chairman 

Kenneth R. Dunk, D.C, N.D. 

Secretary-Treasurer 

Dated at Toronto, this 5th day of January, 1984. 

(4042) 4 

DRUGLESS PRACTITIONERS ACT 

O. Reg. 20/84. 

Chiropractors. 

Made— October 22nd, 1983. 

Approved — January 12th, 1984. 

Filed — ^January 13th, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 248 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

DRUGLESS PRACTITIONERS ACT 

1.— (1) Subsection 19 (1) of Regulation 248 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is 
amended by adding "and" at the end of clause 
(a). 

(2) Clause 19 (1) (b) of the said Regulation is 
revoked. 

(3) Clause 19 (3) (b) of the said Regulation is 
revoked. 

The Board of Directors 
of Chiropractic: 

Stephen E. West, D.C. 

Fred N. Barnes, D.C. 

Kenneth S. Wood, D.C. 

Robert M. Wingfield, D.C. 

Doreen Grant 

Dated at Toronto, this 22nd day of October, 1983. 



(4043) 



MILK ACT 

O. Reg. 21/84. 

Marketing of Milk to Fluid Milk 

Processors. 
Made — ^January 13th, 1984. 
Filed— January 13th, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 541/81 

MADE UNDER THE 

MILK ACT 

1. — (1) Subsection 15 (1) of Ontario Regulation 
541/81, as remade by subsection 1 (1) of Ontario 
Regulation 81 1/83, is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 

(1) All Class 1 milk supplied to a processor and dis- 
tributed by him in those parts of Ontario comprising 
the Northern Ontario Pool, (excluding the District of 
Parry Sound), and the Thunder Bay Pool shall be sold 
by the marketing board and bought by the processor 
for not less than a minimum price of $50.77 per 
hectolitre for milk containing 3.6 kilograms of milk-fat 
per hectolitre. 

(la) All Class 1 milk supplied to a processor and 
distributed by him in those parts of Ontario compris- 
ing the Northwestern Ontario Pool shall be sold by the 
marketing board and bought by the processor for not 
less than a minimum price of $52.77 per hectolitre | 
for milk containing 3.6 kilograms of milk- fat per 
hectolitre. O. Reg. 21/84, s. 1 (1). 

(2) Subsection 15 (12) of the said Regulation, as 
remade by subsection 1 (9) of Ontario Regula- 
tion 811/83, is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor: 

(12) The minimum prices that apply under subsec- 
tions (1), (la), (2), (3), (4), (5), (6), (7), (8), (9), (10) and 
(11) shall be increased or decreased at the rate of 
$0.5862 for each 0.10 kilogram of milk-fat above or 
below 3.6 kilograms of milk-fat in each hectolitre oi 
milk. O. Reg. 21/84, s. 1 (2). 

2. This Regulation comes into force on the 16tl! 
day of January, 1984. 

The Ontario Milk Marketing Board: 

Kenneth McKinnoI 
Chairman 

H. Parkei 

Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 13th day of January, 1984. 

(4044) 



FARM PRODUCTS MARKETING ACT 

O. Reg. 22/84. 

Broiler and Roaster Hatching Eggs 

and Chicks — Marketing. 
Made — January 13th, 1984. 
Filed— January 13th, 1984. 



42 



O. Reg. 22/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



509 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 436/83 

MADE UNDER THE 

FARM PRODUCTS MARKETING ACT 

1. Ontario Regulation 436/83 is amended by- 
adding thereto the following section: 

QUOTAS 

">. — (1) The Board authorizes the Commission, 

(a ) to require that hatching eggs be marketed on 
a quota basis; 

(b ) to prohibit any person to whom a quota has 
not been fixed and allotted for the marketing 
of hatching eggs or whose quota has been 
cancelled from marketing any hatching eggs; 

(c) to prohibit any person to whom a quota has 
been fixed and allotted for the marketing of 
hatching eggs from marketing any hatching 
eggs in excess of such quota; and 

(d) to prohibit any person to whom a quota has 
been fixed and allotted for the marketing of 
hatching eggs produced on lands or premises 
in respect of which such quota was fixed and 
allotted from marketing any hatching eggs 
other than hatching eggs produced on such 
lands or premises. 

(2) The Board authorizes the Commission, 

(a) to fix and allot to persons quotas for the 
marketing of hatching eggs on such basis 
as the Commission considers proper; 

(b) to refuse to fix and allot to any person a 
quota for the marketing of hatching eggs for 
any reason that the Commission considers 
proper; 

(c) to cancel or reduce, or refuse to increase, a 
quota fixed and allotted to anj- person for the 
marketing of hatching eggs for any reason 
that the Commission considers proper; and 

(d) to permit any person to whom a quota has 
been fixed and allotted for the marketing of 
hatching eggs to market any hatching eggs in 
excess of such quota on such terms and con- 
ditions as the Commission considers proper. 

' M The Board authorizes the Commission, 

(a) to require that hatching eggs be produced on 
a quota basis; 



ib) to prohibit any person to whom a quota has 
not been fixed and allotted for the producing 
of hatching eggs or whose quota has been 
cancelled from producing any hatching eggs; 

(c) to prohibit any person to whom a quota has 
been fixed and allotted for the producing of 
hatching eggs from producing any hatching 
eggs in excess of such quota; and 

(d) to prohibit any person to whom a quota has 
been fixed and allotted for the producing of 
hatching eggs on lands or premises in respect 
of which such quota was fixed and allotted 
from producing any hatching eggs other than 
hatching eggs produced on such lands or 
premises. 

(4) The Board authorizes the Commission, 

(a) to fix and allot to persons quotas for the pro- 
ducing of hatching eggs on such basis as the 
Commission considers proper; 

(b) to refuse to fix and allot to any person a 
quota for the producing of hatching eggs for 
any reason that the Commission considers 
proper; 

(c) to cancel or reduce, or refuse to increase, a 
quota fixed and allotted to any person for 
producing hatching eggs for any reason that 
the Commission considers proper, and, 
without limiting the generality of the fore- 
going, to cancel or reduce any such quota as a 
penalty where the Commission believes on 
reasonable grounds that the person to whom 
the quota was fixed and allotted has con- 
travened any provision of the Act or the 
regulations; and 

id) to permit any person to whom a quota has 
been fixed and allotted for the producing of 
hatching eggs to produce any hatching eggs 
in excess of such quota on such terms and 
conditions as the Commission considers 
proper. O. Reg. 22/84, s. L 

The Farm Products M\.rketing Board: 

John C. McMurchy 
Chairman 

Cheryl Creet 

Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 13th day of January, 1984. 
(4045) 4 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



567 



Publications Under The Regulations Act 



February 4th, 1984 



HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

O. Reg. 23/84. 

Speed Limits. 

Made — January 13th, 1984. 

Filed— Januar\' 17th, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 490 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

1. — ( 1) Paragraphs 30 and 3 1 of Part 3 of Schedule 
1 to Regulation 490 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980, as made by subsection 1 (2) of 
Ontario Regulation 235/83, are revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 



30. 
Northumber- 
land — 



That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 2 in the Township of Hope in the 
County of Northumberland beginning at 
Township a point situate 725 metres measured 
of Hope easterly from its intersection with the 

westerly limit of the King's Highway 
known as No. 106 and extending east- 
erly therealong for a distance of 1650 
metres. 

31. That part of the King's Highway known 



Northumber- 
land — 

Township of 
Hamilton 



as No. 2 in the Township of Hamilton in 
the County of Northumberland lying 
between a point situate 1185 metres 
measured easterly from its intersection 
with the easterly limit of the roadway 
known as Hamilton Road and a point 
situate 850 metres measured westerly 
from its intersection with the easterly 
limit of the roadway known as North- 
umberland Countv Road No. 18. 



(2) Paragraph 16 of Part 4 of the said Schedule 1, 
as remade by subsection 1 (3) of Ontario Regu- 
lation 235/83, is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor: 



Regional 
: Munici- 
I pality of 

Durham — 

T'x.vn of 
■■ ( astle 



16. That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 2 in the Town of Newcastle in 
The Regional Municipality of Durham 
lying between a point situate 600 metres 
measured easterly from its intersection 
with the easterly limit of the roadway 
known as Townline Road and a point 
situate 510 metres measured easterly 
from its intersection with the easterly 
limit of the roadway known as Durham 
Regional Road No. 34. 



(3) Paragraph 6 of Part 5 of the said Schedule 1, as 
remade by subsection 1 (6) of Ontario Regula- 
tion 235/83, is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor: 



Northumber- 
land — 

Town of 
Cobourg 

Twp. of 
Hamilton 



That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 2 in the Township of Hamilton in 
the County of Northumberland begin- 
ning at a point situate 1200 metres 
measured easterly from its intersection 
with the easterly limit of the roadway 
known as Division Street in the Town of 
Cobourg and extending easterly there- 
along for a distance of 1050 metres. 



(4) Paragraph 28 of Part 5 of the said Schedule 1, 
as remade by subsection 1 (8) of Ontario Regu- 
lation 235/83, is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor: 



28. 
Northumber- 
land — 

Township of 
Hamilton 



That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 2 in the Township of Hamilton 
in the County of Northumberland be- 
ginning at a point situate 850 metres 
measured westerly from its intersection 
with the easterly limit of the roadway 
known as Northumberland County 
Road No. 18 and extending easterly 
therealong for a distance of 525 metres. 



(5) Part 5 of the said Schedule 1 is amended by 
adding thereto the following paragraphs: 



Regional 
Municipality 
of Durham — 

Town of 
Newcastle 



46. That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 2 in the Town of Newcastle in 
The Regional Municipality of Durham 
beginning at a point situate at its inter- 
section with the easterly limit of the 
roadway known as Townline Road and 
extending easterly therealong for a 
distance of 600 metres. 



47. 
Northumber- 
land — 

Township 
of Hope 



That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 2 in the Township of Hope in the 
County of Northumberland beginning at 
a point situate at its intersection with the 
easterly limit of the roadway known as 
Northumberland County Road No. 70 
also known as Jocelyn Street and 
extending easterly therealong for a 
distance of 550 metres. 



(6) Paragraph 16 of Part 6 of the said Schedule 1, 
as made by subsection 1 (11) of Ontario Regu- 
lation 235/83, is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor: 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 24/84 



Northumber- 
land — 

Township 
of Hope 



16. That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 2 in the Township of Hope in the 
County of Northumberland lying 
between a point situate 550 metres 
measured easterly from its intersection 
with the easterly limit of the roadway 
known as Northumberland County 
Road No. 70 also known as Jocelyn 
Street and a point situtate 1400 metres 
measured easterly from the said inter- 
section. 

— (1) Paragraphs 1 and 2 of Part 4 of Schedule 
61 to the said Regulation, as remade by section 
2 of Ontario Regulation 97/83, are revoked and 
the following substituted therefor: 



Regional 
Municipality 
of Peel- 
Town of 
Caledon 



Regional 
Municipality 
of Peel- 
Town of 
Caledon 



1 . That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 50 in The Regional Municipality 
of Peel in the Town of Caledon lying 
between a point situate 2530 metres 
measured southerly from its intersection 
with the southerly limit of the roadway 
known as Peel Regional Road No. 9 and 
a point situate 1350 metres measured 
southerly from the southerly limit of the 
said intersection. 

That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 50 in The Regional Municipality 
of Peel in the Town of Caledon be- 
ginning at a point situate 500 metres 
measured northerly from its intersection 
with the southerly limit of the roadway 
known as Peel Regional Road No. 9 and 
extending northerly therealong for a 
distance of 870 metres. O. Reg. 23/84, 
s. 2 (1). 



(2) Paragraph 1 of Part 6 of the said Schedule 61, 
as made by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 
97/83, is revoked. 

3.— (1) Paragraph 1 of Part 3 of Schedule 173 to 
the said Regulation is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted therefor: 

1. That part of the King's Highway known 
District of as No. 558 in the Territorial District of 
imis aming ximiskaming lying between a point 
situate 105 metres measured westerly 
from the westerly limit of the roadway 
known as Browning Street in the Town 
of Haileybury and a point situate at the 
easterly embankment of the Montreal 
River (Mowat Landing) in the Township 
of Barr. 

(2) Paragraph 1 of Part 4 of the said Schedule 173 
is revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

1. That part of the King's Highway known 

District of ^as No. 558 in the Town of Haileybury in 

imib aming ^^^ Territorial District of Timiskaming 



Town of 
Haileybury 

Twp. of 
Barr 



Town of lying between a point situate 105 metres 

Haileybury measured westerly from the westerly 
limit of the roadway known as Brown- 
ing Street and a point situate 95 metres 
measured easterly from the easterly limit 
of the roadway known as Browning 
Street. O. Reg. 23/84, s. 3 (2). 

4. — (1) Paragraph 1 of Part 3 of Schedule 182 to 
the said Regulation is revoked. 

(2) Paragraph 1 of Part 5 of the said Schedule 182 
is revoked. 

(3) Part 6 of the said Schedule 182 is amended by 
adding thereto the following paragraph: 



District of 
Cochrane — 

Twp. of 
Moonbeam 



That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 581 in the Township of Moon- 
beam in the Territorial District of 
Cochrane beginning at a point situate at 
its intersection with .the northerly limit 
of the King's Highway known as No. 11 
and extending northerly therealong for a 
distance of 350 metres. O. Reg. 23/84, 
s. 4 (3). 



5. Paragraph 1 of Part 5 of Schedule 204 to the 
said Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 

1 . That part of the King's Highway known 
District of as No. 650 in the Township of Otto in 
imis ammg ^^^ Territorial District of Timiskaming 
Twp. of beginning at a point situate at its inter- 

Otto section with the easterly limit of the 

King's Highway known as No. 112 and 
extending easterly therealong for a dis- 
tance of 805 metres. O. Reg. 23/84, 
s. 5. 

James SnoW; 

Minister of Transportation 

and Communicationi 

Dated at Toronto, this 13th day of January, 1984. 

(4046) 



SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT 
CORPORATIONS ACT 

O. Reg. 24/84. 

Additional Material to be Furnished 

with Grant Applications. 
Made — December 23rd, 1983. 
Filed— January 18th, 1984. 



46 



O. Reg. 24/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 25/84 569 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 

SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT 

CORPORATIONS ACT 

ADDITIONAL MATERIAL TO BE FURNISHED 
WITH GRANT APPLICATIONS 

1. Where, 

(a) an applicant under subsection 21 (1) of the 
Act is a Hmited partnership described in 
clause (c) of paragraph 1 of section 11 of 
Regulation 915 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980, as made by section 3 of 
Ontario Regulation 25/84; and 

(b) a general partner of the partnership is not a 
partner described in subclause (i) of the said 
clause (f ), 

t the applicant shall furnish with the application a 
waiver, executed by and intended to bind the general 
partner, of any interest the general partner may have 
or acquire in grants or tax credits payable or allowable 

, to the applicant under the Act by reason of the appli- 
cant's acquisition of equity shares of a small business 
development corporation. O. Reg. 24/84, s. 1. 

[ 

I 2. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come 

(|into force on the 11th day of May, 1983. 

Bud Gregory 

Minister of Revenue 

f, Dated at Oshawa, this 23rd day of December, 1983. 

(4066) 5 

SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT 
CORPORATIONS ACT 

O. Reg. 25/84. 

General. 

Made — January 12th, 1984. 

Filed— January 18th, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 915 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT 

CORPORATIONS ACT 

1. Subclause 3 (1) (a) (ii) of Regulation 915 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as 
remade by subsection 2 (1) of Ontario Regula- 
tion 300/83, is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor: 

(ii) activities that involve the original 

■ production or recording for a motion 

picture film or videotape of sound 

material or visual material, unless the 



visual element of the film or videotape 
is created and produced primarily by 
animation, 

2. — (1) Subsection 8 (1) of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(1) For the purposes of the Act, "small business" 
means a corporation having not more than 150 
employees, excluding directors and officers of the cor- 
poration. O. Reg. 25/84, s. 2 (1). 

(2) Subsection 8 (2) of the said Regulation, as 
remade by subsection 5 (1) of Ontario Regula- 
tion 300/83, is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor: 

(2) For the purposes of subsection (1), 

(a) an employee of a corporation that is affiliated 
with the corporation or would be affiliated 
with the corporation but for equity shares 
held by a small business development cor- 
poration shall be deemed to be an employee 
of the corporation; 

(b) an employee of a corporation participating in 
a joint venture or of a corporation affiliated 
with such a corporation shall be deemed to be 
an employee of each corporation participat- 
ing in the joint venture; 

(c) an employee is one who works a total of 
twenty hours or more per week for the cor- 
poration, a corporation referred to in clause 
(a), a corporation participating in a joint 
venture with the corporation or a corporation 
affiliated with such a corporation, or any 
combination thereof, and includes an 
employee hired through a temporary help 
agency; 

id) the determination of whether a corporation 
has not more than 150 employees shall be 
based upon the average number of employees 
for the twelve month period commencing on 
the date of investment in the corporation by 
the small business development corporation; 
and 

(e) the Minister shall be satisfied that the cor- 
poration, any corporations referred to in 
clause (a), any corporations participating in a 
joint venture with the corporation and any 
corporations affiliated with such corpora- 
tions have not reduced the number of 
employees for a purpose primarily related to 
enabling the corporation to become an eligi- 
ble small business. O. Reg. 25/84, s. 2 (2). 

(3) Section 8 of the said Regulation, as amended by 
section 5 of Ontario Regulation 300/83, is 
further amended by adding thereto the follow- 
ing subsection: 



47 



570 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 25/84 



(7) For the purposes of subsection 13 (4) of the Act, 
the prescribed number of maximum permitted 
employees is 300, determined in the same manner as 
the number of employees of the corporation is deter- 
mined for the purposes of subsection (1). O. Reg. 
25/84, s. 2 (3). 

3. Clause (d) of paragraph 1 of section 11 of the 
said Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 

(c) a limited partnership, while it is registered 
under and conducting its affairs in accord- 
ance with the Limited Partnerships Act, of 
which, 

(i) each of the partners is a pension plan 
or fund registered under the Income 
Tax Act (Canada), with at least 10 per 
cent of its contributors ordinarily resi- 
dent in Ontario, or a pension fund 
under clause (e), or 

(ii) each of the limited partners is a part- 
ner described in subclause (i) and each 
general partner that is not a partner 
described in subclause (i) provides a 
waiver, intended to bind that general 
partner, of any interest it may have or 
acquire in grants or tax credits pay- 
able or allowable to the limited 
partnership under the Act by reason 
of the limited partnership's acquisi- 
tion of equity shares of a small busi- 
ness development corporation; 



{d) a pooled fund trust established under the 
regulations made under the Income Tax Act 
(Canada), comprising a number of pension 
funds or plans registered under the Income 
Tax Act (Canada), pursuant to which a sepa- 
rate trust fund makes investments on behalf 
of the participating pension funds or plans, 
each of which has acquired an interest or 
units in the pooled fund trust, if, 

(i) at least 10 per cent of the contributors 
to each of the pension funds and plans 
are ordinarily resident in Ontario, or 

(ii) in the case of a pooled fund trust com- 
prising one or more registered retire- 
ment savings plans, as defined in sub- 
section 146 (1) of the Income Tax Act 
(Canada), the beneficiary of each trust 
governing the registered retirement 
savings plans is or is deemed to be 
ordinarily resident in Ontario under 
the regulations made under subsection 
21 (7) of the Act; or 

(e) a pension corporation within the meaning of 
the Income Tax Act (Canada), if. 



(i) the pension corporation holds all its 
assets exclusively for the benefit of 
one or more pension plans or funds 
registered under the Income Tax Act 
(Canada) and at least 10 per cent of 
the contributors to each of the pension 
plans and funds are ordinarily resi- 
dent in Ontario, or 

(ii) all the shares and rights to acquire 
shares of the capital stock of the pen- 
sion corporation are beneficially own- 
ed by one or more pension plans or 
funds registered under the Income 
Tax Act (Canada) and at least 10 per 
cent of the contributors to each of the 
pension plans and funds are ordinarily 
resident in Ontario. 



4. Section 12 of the said Regulation is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor: 

12. For the purposes of subsection 2 1 (6) of the Act, 
a corporation that has a permanent establishment in 
Ontario for the purposes of the Corporations Tax Act 
and is exempt from the payment of tax on its taxable 
income under section 49 of that Act is a prescribed 
corporation. O. Reg. 25/84, s. 4. 

5 . Clause 14 (2) (b) of the said Regulation, as made 
by section 9 of Ontario Regulation 300/83, is 
amended by adding thereto the following sub- 
clause: 

(v) the amount of any refundable tax paid ! 
or payable for the current or prior 
taxation years under the Income Tax f 
Act (Canada), whether the tax hasl 
been or will be refunded to the small 
business development corporation orl| 
not, to the extent that the tax arises by| • 
reason of a designation under theji 
Income Tax Act (Canada) by the smallj ; 
business development corporation of I 
an amount in respect of shares it has| 
issued. I" 



6. Clauses 17 (a) and (c) of the said Regulation, asj 
made by section 1 1 of Ontario Regulation 300/i 
83, are revoked and the following substitutedj i 
therefor: ; < 

(a) repayment of a loan advanced to the smallj 4 
business by its shareholders, by persons whcl !>' 
were its shareholders at the time the loari ' 
funds were advanced, by associates of iXi\ S 
shareholders, or by persons who wen 
associates of its shareholders at the time th( 
loan funds were advanced, except for a loar 
advanced by a small business developmen' 
corporation; ; 



48 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 26/84 571 



(c) funding all or part of the purchase price 
where the small business purchases all or 
substantially all the business assets of a prop- 
rietorship, partnership, joint venture or cor- 
poration, unless the shareholders of the small 
business who are not small business 
development corporations have contributed 
sufficient additional capital to the small 
business to equal or exceed the aggregate of, 

(i) the fair market value of any goodwill, 
research and development and other 
intangible assets being purchased, 
whether the assets are reported in the 
vendor's books and records of account 
or not, 

(ii) the total net book value of the other 
assets being purchased, as reported in 
the vendor's books and records of 
account prepared in accordance with 
generally accepted accounting princi- 
ples, and 

(iii) an amount equal to all sums or credits 
advanced or loaned to the vendor by 
its shareholders, partners or associates 
and by associates of the vendor's 
shareholders or partners; 

7. The said Regulation is amended by adding 
thereto the following section: 

18. — (1) For the purposes of subsection 8 (2a) of the 
^Ct, the amount of the payment from the trust fund to 
be shareholder of the small business development 
orporation upon the redemption, purchase or other 
cquisition of an equity share by the small business 
Kvelopment corporation is the amount obtained by 
lAtracting the aggregate of. 






(a) any portion of the amount payable by the 
small business development corporation to 
the Minister under section 24 of the Act by- 
reason of the redemption, purchase or 
acquisition of the equity share that remains 
unpaid at the time of the payment from the 
trust fund; and 

(b) an amount equal to the amount of interest 
earned on the amount paid into the trust fund 
on the issue of the equity share, from the date 
of issue of the equity share or the date of 
registration of the small business develop- 
ment corporation under the Act, whichever is 
later. 



m 30 per cent of the amount for which the equity 
re was originally issued, or 30 per cent of the con- 
■tration payable by the small business development 
irporation to the shareholder on the redemption, 
urchase or other acquisition of the equity share, 
hichever is less. 



(2) For the purposes of subsection (1), any amount 
paid from the trust fund to the shareholder and any 
amount referred to as being payable by the corporation 
under section 24 of the Act shall be considered to form 
part of the gross consideration payable to the share- 
holder on the redemption, purchase or other acquisi- 
tion of the share. O. Reg. 25/84, s. 7. 

8. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding thereto the following section: 

19. For the purposes of clause 9 (1) (^) of the Act, a 
small business that is a corporation that has issued 
capital that includes a class of shares entitling their 
holder to claim a credit against income tax under the 
Income Tax Act (Canada) with respect to the purchase 
of the shares is prescribed. O. Reg. 25/84, s. 8. 

9. — (1) This Regulation, except sections 5, 6 and 
8, shall be deemed to have come into force on 
the 11th day of May, 1983. 

(2) Section 6 of this Regulation shall be deemed to 
have come into force on the 1 7th day of May, 
1983. 

(3) Sections 5 and 8 of this Regulation shall be 
deemed to have come into force on the 1st day 
of July, 1983. 

(4067) 5 



MINISTRY OF COMMUNITY AND 
SOCIAL SERVICES ACT 

O. Reg. 26/84. 

Institutions Under Control of Minister. 
Made — January 18th, 1984. 
Filed— January 18th, 1984. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 

MINISTRY OF COMMUNITY AND SOCIAL 

SERVICES ACT 

INSTITUTIONS UNDER CONTROL OF 
MINISTER 

1. The Children's Aid Society of the District of 
Kenora is designated as an organization that is subject 
to the control of the Minister and the Minister may 
operate and manage the organization as a children's 
aid society under the Child Welfare Act and for that 
purpose the Minister may immediately occupy and 
operate or arrange for the occupation and operation 
by a person or organization designated by him, any 
premises occupied or used by the organization. 
O. Reg. 26/84, s. 1. 

(4068) S 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 29/84 



EDUCATION ACT 

O. Reg. 27/84. 

Ontario Teacher's Qualifications. 
Made — December 7th, 1983. 
Approved — January 12th, 1984. 
Filed— January 18th, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 269 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

EDUCATION ACT 

1. Schedule A to Regulation 269 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is amended by 
inserting after "Music-Vocal" in the twenty- 
sixth line "Native Studies". 

Bette Stephenson 
Minister of Education 

Dated at Toronto, this 7th day of December, 1983. 

(4069) 5 

APPRENTICESHIP AND TRADESMEN'S 
QUALIFICATION ACT 

O. Reg. 28/84. 
Automatic Machinist. 
Made — January 12th, 1984. 
Filed— January 18th, 1984. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 

APPRENTICESHIP AND TRADESMEN'S 

QUALIFICATION ACT 

AUTOMATIC MACHINIST 

INTERPRETATION 

1. In this Regulation, 

(a) "automatic machinist" means a person who 
works or is employed in setting up and 
operating single and multi spindle screw 
machines as defined in the training profile; 

(ft) "certified trade" means the trade of automa- 
tic machinst; 

(c) "training profile" means the training cur- 
riculum approved by the Director for the 
certified trade, including the units of study 
required for in-school and work experience 
training. O. Reg. 28/84, s. 1. 

2. The trade of automatic machinist is designated 
as a certified trade for the purposes of the Act. 
O. Reg. 28/84, s. 2. 



3. An apprentice training program is established for 
the certified trade and shall consist of a maximum of 
8,000 hours of related training and work experience 
training, 

(a) at classes provided at a location approved by 
the Director in the units of study contained in 
the training profile or in a program that in 
the opinion of the Director is equivalent 
thereto; and 

(b) in work experience training provided by the 
employer of the apprentice in the units of 
study contained in the training profile. 
O. Reg. 28/84, s. 3. 

4. Clause 14 (a) of the Act does not apply to the 
certified trade. O. Reg. 28/84, s. 4. 

5. Notwithstanding subsection 8 (2) of Regulation 
36 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, every hour 
worked by an apprentice in excess of his regular daily 
hours of practical training and instruction shall be 
included in computing the hours spent by him in 
training and instruction. O. Reg. 28/84, s. 5. 

6. The Director shall issue a progress record book to 
an apprentice in the certified trade for the purpose of 
recording the progress of the apprentice in respect of 
related training and work experience, and the appren- 
tice shall be responsible for keeping the progress record 
book up-to-date and for its safekeeping. O. Reg. 
28/84, s. 6. 

7. The subjects of examination for an apprentice in 
the certified trade shall be based upon the units of 
study contained in the training profile. O. Reg. .8/84, 
s. 7. 

8. Section 10 of Regulation 36 of Revised Regula- 
tions of Ontario, 1980 does not apply to an apprentice 
in the certified trade. O. Reg. 28/84, s. 8. 



9. — (1) Section 9 and subsection 1 1 (2) of the Act do 
not apply to any person who works or is employed in 
the certified trade. 

(2) Section 10 and subsection 11 (3) of the Act do not 
apply to an employer in the certified trade. O. Reg. 

28/84, s. 9. 

10. A certificate of qualification in the certified 
trade is not required to be renewed. O. Reg. 28/84, 
s. 10. 
(4070) 

MINISTRY OF COLLEGES AND 
UNIVERSITIES ACT 

O. Reg. 29/84. 
Ontario Student Loans. 
Made — January 12th, 1984. 
Filed — January 18th, 1984. 



50 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 30/84 573 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 644 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

MINISTRY OF COLLEGES AND 

UNIVERSITIES ACT 



L— (1) Clause 1 (1) (h) of Regulation 644 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

ih) "financial resources" means the estimated 
amount of money determined by the Minister 
that the Minister expects the applicant and 
his spouse, parents or sponsor to contribute 
towards the education costs for the period for 
which the applicant is requesting a student 
loan having regard to, 

(i) the total income of the applicant from 
all sources including earnings from 
summer and other part-time or full- 
time employment, investment and 
other income including gifts, 

(ii) academic awards and government 
assistance that the applicant is or may 
be receiving, 

(iii) the total income of the spouse, parents 
or sponsor of the applicant from all 
sources, 

(iv) the assets of the applicant and his 
spouse, parents or sponsor, 

(v) personal income tax, unemployment 
insurance and pension plan contribu- 
tions of the spouse, parents or sponsor 
of the applicant, 

(vi) the number of persons determined by 
the Minister that are dependent for 
support upon the applicant, and his 
spouse, parents or sponsor, and 

(vii) any other resources, assets or deduc- 
tions of the applicant and his spouse, 
parents or sponsor in addition to those 
listed in subclauses (i) to (vi) that the 
Minister may determine are relevant; 



(2) Subsection 1 (1) of the said Regulation, as 
amended by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
451/82, is further amended by adding thereto 
the following clause: 

(na) "sponsor" means a person who is a sponsor 
within the meaning of the regulations made 
under the Immigration Act, 1976 (Canada); 



4071) 



MINISTRY OF COLLEGES AND 
UNIVERSITIES ACT 

O. Reg. 30/84. 
Ontario Study Grant Plan. 
Made — December 7th, 1983. 
Approved — January 12th, 1984., 
Filed— January 18th, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 646 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

MINISTRY OF COLLEGES AND 

UNIVERSITIES ACT 

1.— (1) Clause 1 (1) (/) of Regulation 646 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(/) "financial resources" means the estimated 
amount of money determined by the Minister 
that the Minister expects the applicant and 
his spouse, parents or sponsor to contribute 
towards the education costs for the period for 
which the applicant is requesting a grant 
having regard to, 

(i) the total income of the applicant from 
all sources including earnings from 
summer and other part-time or full- 
time employment, investment and 
other income including gifts, 

(ii) academic awards and government 
assistance that the applicant is or may 
be receiving, 

(iii) the total income of the spouse, parents 
or sponsor of the applicant from all 
sources, 

(iv) the assets of the applicant and his 
spouse, parents or sponsor, 

(v) personal income tax, unemployment 
insurance and pension plan contribu- 
tions of the spouse, parents or sponsor 
of the applicant, 

(vi) the number of persons determined by 
the Minister that are dependent for 
support upon the applicant and his 
spouse, parents or sponsor, and 

(vii) any other resources, assets or deduc- 
tions of the applicant and his spouse, 
parents or sponsor in addition to those 
listed in subclauses (i) to (vi) that the 
Minister may determine are relevant; 

(2) Subsection 1 (1) of the said Regulation, as 
amended by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 



51 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 31/8^ 



151/82, is further amended by adding thereto 
the following clause: 

(la) "sponsor" means a person who is a sponsor 
within the meaning of the regulations made 
under the Immigration Act, 1976 (Canada); 

Bette Stephenson 

Minister of Colleges 

and Universities 

Dated at Toronto, this 7th day of December, 1983. 

(4072) 5 

MILK ACT 

O. Reg. 31/84. 

Grades, Designations, Classes 

and Labelling. 
Made— December 5th, 1983. 
Approved — January 12th, 1984. 
Filed— January 19th, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 622 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

MILK ACT 

1. Section 4 of Regulation 622 of Revised Regula- 
tions of Ontario, 1980 is revoked. 

2. — (1) Subsection 7 (2) of the said Regulation is 
amended by striking out "and" at the end of 
clause {b), by adding "and" at the end of clause 
(c) and by adding thereto the following clause: 

(d) Canada Grade 1 skim-milk powder made 
from grade A milk or evaporated or concen- 
trated skim-milk made from grade A milk 
may be added to a fluid milk product. 

(2) Section 7 of the said Regulation is amended by 
adding thereto the following subsection: 

(3) Where, 

(a) Canada Grade 1 skim-milk powder made 
from grade A milk; 

(b) evaporated or concentrated skim-milk made 
from grade A milk; or 

(c) both the substances mentioned in clauses (a) 
and {b), 

are added to skim-milk, flavoured skim-milk, partly- 
skimmed milk or flavoured partly-skimmed milk, the 
resulting milk product shall contain not less than 10 
per cent milk solids other than milk-fat. O. Reg. 
31/84, s. 2 (2). 



3. Subsection 8 (3) of the said Regulation i 
revoked and the following substituted therefor 

(3) In addition to the sizes mentioned in subsectioi 

(1), 

(a) a fluid milk product other than cream, tabl 
cream and whipped cream may be sold to ai 
institution in a container of 125 millilitrej 
and 

(b) sterilized canned cream may be sold in 
container of 170 millilitres. O. Reg. 31/84 

s. 3. 

4. The said Regulation is amended by insertin 
the following heading immediately before set 
tion 11: 



CLASSES OF MILK 

5. — (1) Subsection 12 (3) of the said Regulation 
amended by, 

(a) relettering clause (a) as clause {aa) and t 
adding thereto the following clauses: 



(a) beverage yogourt; 



{ca) kefir; 

(b) revoking clause (g) and substituting the ft 
lowing therefor: 

(g) yogourt, 



(2) Subsection 12 (4) of the said Regulation 
amended by striking out "and" at the end 
clause (o), by revoking clause (/>) and by addil 
thereto the following clauses: 

(da) frozen yogourt; 



(ha) infant foods; 



(ja) milk shake; 



(p) yogourt ice cream; 
(q) yogourt ice milk; and 
(r) yogourt shake. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 32/84 575 



6. Sections 13 and 14 of the said Regulation are 
revoked. 

The Milk Commission of Ontario: 

J. McMURCHY 
Chairman 

Cheryl Creet 
Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 5th day of December, 1983. 

(4073) 5 

ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 32/84. 

Exemption — The Corporation of the 

City of Mississauga — MISS-C-1. 
Made — January 12th, 1984. 
Approved — January 12th, 1984. 
Filed— January 19th, 1984. 



ORDER MADE UNDER THE 
ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

EXEMPTION— THE CORPORATION OF THE 
CITY OF MISSISSAUGA— MISS-C-1. 

Having received a request from the Corporation of 
(he City of Mississauga that an undertaking, namely: 

the activity of acquiring a right-of-way and the 
construction of Matheson Blvd., from Dixie Road 
easterly to Street 'A' including the structure span- 
ning the Etobicoke Creek as identified in a letter 
and plans dated July 15, 1983 from Mr. W. P. 
Taylor, P.Eng., the Commissioner of Engineering 
and Works, which are filed in the Ministry of the 
Environment's public record with respect to this 
undertaking 

!« exempt from the application of the Act pursuant to 
fection 29; and 

Having been advised that if the undertaking is sub- 
let to the application of the Act, the following injury, 
damage or interference with the persons and property 
idicated will occur: 

A. Without the purchase of land to reserve a 
right-of-way for Matheson Blvd. and the 
design and construction of same, the Cor- 
poration of the City of Mississauga would be 
subject to the risk of not being able to protect 
a transportation corridor through the adja- 
cent industrial area. 

B. Traffic from proposed development in this 
area, which will produce traffic volumes 
exceeding the existing transportation system 
capacities, will be delayed. 



■ 



Having weighed such injury, damage, or interfer- 
ence against the betterment of the people of the whole 
or any part of Ontario by the protection, conservation 
and wise management in Ontario of the environment 
which would result from the undertaking being subject 
to the application of the Act; 

The undersigned is of the opinion that it is in the 
public interest to order and orders that the undertak- 
ing is exempt from the application of the Act for the 
following reasons: 

A. The City of Mississauga has advised that the 
environmental effects of the construction and 
utilization of Matheson Blvd. are expected to 
be limited and not adverse. 

B. The proposal fulfills the intent of the City's 
Official Plan. 

C. The protection, conservation and wise man- 
agement of the environment which will be 
provided for by the environmental planning 
and construction procedures already being 
used by the City of Mississauga will ensure 
that the undertaking has minimal adverse 
effects. 

This exemption order is subject to the following 
terms and conditions: 

1. Construction methods and schedules includ- 
ing the placement of fill and bank stabiliza- 
tion shall be conducted in a manner accept- 
able to the Ministries of Environment and 
Natural Resources and the Metropolitan 
Toronto and Region Conservation Authority 
in order to reduce hazards to wildlife and 
vegetation. 

2. The City of Mississauga shall not proceed 
with construction unless it has received 
approval from the Ministry of Natural 
Resources under the Lakes and River 
Improvement Act and a jjermit from the 
Metropolitan Toronto and Region Conserva- 
tion Authority under Regulation 170 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980. 

3. The City of Mississauga shall have com- 
pleted its own environmental review of the 
proposed undertaking prior to any detailed 
design being carried out. 

4. The Central Region Office and the Environ- 
mental Approvals Section, Environmental 
Approvals and Project Engineering Branch 
of the Ministry of the Environment shall be 
provided with a copy of schedules, plans and 
specifications for construction at least 60 
days prior to commencement of construction. 

5. Where an activity which otherwise would be 
exempt under this Order is being carried out 
as, or is part of, an undertaking for which an 



53 



576 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 32/84 



approval to proceed has been received, the 
activity shall be carried out in accordance 
with any terms or conditions in the approval to 
proceed as well as the conditions of this Order. 

Where an activity which is the subject of this 
Order is being carried out as, or is part of, 
another undertaking which is the subject of 
an Exemption Order under the Act, the 
activity exempt under this Order shall be 
carried out in accordance with any terms 



or conditions in the other Exemption Order 
as well as the conditions in this Order. 
O. Reg. 32/84. 

Andy BraiNDT 
Minister of the Environment 

Dated this 12th day of January, 1984. 
(4074) 



54 



I 



O. Reg. 33/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 34/84 655 



Publications Under The Regulations Act 



February 11th, 1984 



HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

O. Reg. 33/84. 

General. 

Made — Januar>' 12th, 1984. 

Filed— January 23rd, 1984. 



Ij 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 452 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

1. Subsection 52 (3e) of Regulation 452 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as made by sec- 
tion 1 of Ontario Regulation 285/83, is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

(3e ) The amount payable by the Plan for an insured 
service rendered by a laboratory' on or after the 1st day 
of April, 1983 is 46.3 cents multiplied by the applicable 
individual unit value for such service set out opposite 
the service in Schedule 16. 

(3/) Notwithstanding subsection (3e), the amount 
payable by the Plan for an insured service rendered by 
a laboratory on or after the 1st day of April, 1983 is, 

(a) where the service is authorized by a physi- 
cian who has clinically assessed the patient; 

{b) where the physician does not hold a certifi- 
cate from the Royal College of Physicians 
and Surgeons of Canada in a specialty; and 

(c ) where the total individual unit values for the 
services authorized by the physician during 
the period from the 1st day of April, 1983 to 
the 31st day of March, 1984 are greater than 
150,000 but less than 200,001, 

the amount arrived at by multiplying the applicable 
individual unit value for such service set out opposite 
the service in Schedule 16 by the amount calculated 
by. 

(d) multiplying the first 150,000 individual unit 
values by 46.3 cents; 

(f) multiplying the excess by 34.7 cents; 

(/) adding the amounts arrived at under clauses 
(d) and (e); and 

ig) dividing the amount arrived at under clause 
(/) by the total individual unit values. 



(3g) Notwithstanding subsection (3c), the amount 
payable by the Plan for an insured service rendered by 
a laboratory on or after the 1st day of April, 1983 is, 

(a) where the service is authorized by a physi- 
cian who has clinically assessed the patient; 

(6) where the physician does not hold a certifi- 
cate from the Royal College of Physicians 
and Surgeons of Canada in a specialty; and 

(c ) where the total individual unit values for the 
services authorized by the physician during 
the period from the 1st day of April, 1983 to 
the 31st day of March, 1984 are greater than 

200,000, 

the amount arrived at by multiplying the applicable 
individual unit value for such service set out opposite 
the service in Schedule 16 by the amount calculated 
by, 

(d) multipMng the first 150,000 individual unit 
values by 46.3 cents; 

(e) multiplying the next 50,000 individual unit 
values by 34.7 cents; 

(/) multiplying the excess by 23.2 cents; 

(g) adding the amounts arrived at under clauses 
id), (e) and (/); and 

(h ) dividing the amount arrived at under clause 
ig) by the total individual unit values. 
O. Reg. 33/84, s. 1. 

(4078) 6 

ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 34/84. 

Exemption — Ministrv' of Government 

Services — MGS-55. 
Made — ^January' 18th, 1984. 
Approved — ^January- 18th, 1984. 
Filed— January 23rd, 1984. 



ORDER MADE UNDER THE 
ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

EXEMPTION— MINISTRY OF GOVERNMENT 
SERVICES— MGS-55 

Having received a request from the Minister of 
Government Services that an undertaking, namely: 



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656 O. Reg. 34/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 35/84 



The activity of constructing projects contained 
in the Capital Acceleration Program as funded 
by BILD and listed in the conditions below, by 
the Ministry of Government Services, 

be exempt from the application of the Act pursuant to 
Section 29; and 

Having been advised that if the undertaking is sub- 
ject to the application of the Act, the following injury, 
damage or interference with the persons and property 
indicated will occur: 

A. The Ministries of Agriculture & Food and 
Correctional Services will be interfered with, 
because they urgently require the projects to 
improve existing inadequate facilities which 
severely hamper effective and efficient pro- 
gram delivery. 

B. The Public will be interfered with and possi- 
bly damaged in that the level of service 
available and the access to that service is 
restricted by the existing inadequate accom- 
modations; and 

C. The Crown will be interfered with in that 
steps to stimulate the Provincial economy by 
providing funding for accommodation pro- 
jects at various locations will be delayed 
unnecessarily if the full process of the 
Environmental Assessment legislation were 
to be applied to this undertaking which has 
insignificant environmental effects. 

Having weighed such injury, damage, or interfer- 
ence against the betterment of the people of the whole 
or any part of Ontario by the protection, conservation 
and wise management in Ontario of the environment 
which would result from the undertaking being subject 
to the application of the Act; 

The undersigned is of the opinion that it is in the 
public interest to order and orders that the undertak- 
ing is exempt from the application of the Act for the 
following reasons: 

A. The Minister of Government Services has 
assured me that the undertaking will not 
have any significant adverse effect on the 
environment, based in part, upon the fact 
that adequate municipal services exist or can 
be made available at the sites to accommo- 
date the six developments; that zoning at the 
sites will permit the contemplated uses; and 
that suitable heritage conservation strategies 
will be undertaken where circumstances 
warrant. 

The exemption is subject to the following terms and 
conditions: 

1. This exemption order applies only with 
respect to the following six projects: 



(a) Ministry of Correctional Services 
Etobicoke 

Metro West Detention Centre 
New Addition (Female) 
CS-74825 

(b) Ministry of Correctional Services 
Burritts Rapids 

Rideau Correctional Centre 
New Accommodation 
CS-74826 

(c) Ministry of Correctional Services 
Jail — New Addition 

Sault Ste. Marie 
CS-748S0 

(d) Ministry of Correctional Services 
Brantford 

Jail — New Accommodation 

CS-74849 

(e) Ministry of Agriculture & Food 
Kemptville 

Display Arena 

AF-74827 

(f) Ministry of Agriculture & Food 
Brighton 

Vet. Lab. 
AF-74828 

Where an activity that would otherwise be 
exempt under this order is being carried out 
in connection with, or as part of, an under- 
taking for which an environmental assess- 
ment has been done and approval to proceed 
received, the activity shall not be exempt 
under this Order but shall be carried out in 
accordance with the approval to proceed. 
O. Reg. 34/84. 

Andy Brandt 
Minister of the Environment 



(4079) 



ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 35/84. 

Exemption — Ministry of Government 

Services— MGS-54. 
Made — January 18th, 1984. 
Approved — January 18th, 1984. 
Filed — January 23rd, 1984. 



ORDER MADE UNDER THE 
ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

EXEMPTION— MINISTRY OF GOVERNMENT 
SERVICES— MGS-54 

Having received a request from the Minister of 
Government Services that an undertaking, namely: 



56 



O. Reg. 35/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 36/84 657 



The activity of construction of an addition at the 
Dufferin County Building, 51 Zina Street, 
Orangeville; 

be exempt from the application of the Act pursuant to 
Section 29; and 

i Having been advised that if the undertaking is sub- 

ject to the application of the Act, the following injury, 
damage or interference with the persons and property 
i indicated will occur: 



The Ministry of Government Services will be 
interfered with in that an environmental 
assessment would have to be prepared for an 
undertaking with insignificant environ- 
mental impacts. 



B. The Ministry of Government Services' client, 
the Ministry of the Attorney General would 
be interfered with in that the existing Courts 
urgently require improved service facilities 
for their administration of the justice pro- 
gram. 

Having weighed such injury, damage, or interfer- 
ence against the betterment of the people of the whole 
or any part of Ontario by the protection, conservation 
and wise management in Ontario of the environment 
which would result from the undertaking being subject 
to the application of the Act; 

The undersigned is of the opinion that it is in the 
public interest to order and orders that the undertak- 
ing is exempt from the application of the Act for the 
following reasons: 

A. The Minister of Government Services has 
assured me that the undertaking will not 
have any significant adverse effect on the 
environment, based in part, upon the fact 
that adequate municipal services exist at the 
site, the zoning permits the proposed use and 
the existing heritage features will be pre- 
served. 

The exemption is subject to the following terms and 
conditions: 

1. Where an activity that would otherwise be 
exempt under this order is being carried out 
in connection with, or as part of, an under- 
taking for which an environmental assess- 
ment has been done and approval to proceed 
received, the activity shall not be exempt 
under this Order but shall be carried out in 
accordance with the approval to proceed. 
O. Reg. 35/84. 

Andy Brandt 
Minister of the Environment 

(4080) 6 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE ACT 

O. Reg. 36/84. 

Fees and Expenses — Court Reporters and 

Court Monitors. 
Made — January 20th, 1984. 
Filed— January 24th, 1984. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE ACT 

FEES AND EXPENSES— COURT 
REPORTERS AND COURT MONITORS 

1. In this Regulation, "court monitor" means court 
electronic equipment operator. O. Reg. 36/84, s. 1. 

2. — (1) Court reporters and court monitors shall be 
paid the following fees for attendances and services 
requested by an official of the Ministry of the Attorney 
General: 

1. Court reporter, 

i. for daily attendance, calcu- 
lated from a maximum of one- 
half hour before court com- 
mencement to court adjourn- 
ment less a maximum of one 
hour for court recesses for 
lunch or dinner or both, per 
hour $11 

ii. for attendance additional to 
attendance under subpara- 
graph i, per hour 11 

iii. minimum daily attendance fee 36 



iv. cancellation fee, in place of 
minimum daily attendance fee, 
if less than forty-eight hours 
notice of cancellation is given 



36 



2. Court monitor. 



i. for daily attendance, calcu- 
lated from a maximum of one- 
half hour before court com- 
mencement to court adjourn- 
ment less a maximum of one 
hour for court recesses for 
lunch or dinner or both, per 
hour 9 

ii. for attendance additional to 
attendance under subpara- 
graph i, per hour 9 

iii. minimum daily attendance fee 28 

iv. Cancellation fee, in place of 
minimum daily attendance fee, 



57 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 38/84 



if less than forty-eight hours 
notice of cancellation is given $28 

3. Court reporter, for attending and 
reading evidence where no copies are 
ordered, per hour 11 

4. Court monitor, for attending and 
reading evidence where no copies are 
ordered, per hour 9 

(2) Time shall be calculated in units of one-half hour 
for the purposes of paragraphs 1,2,3 and 4 of subsec- 
tion (1). O. Reg. 36/84, s. 2. 

3. Court reporters and court monitors shall be paid 
the following fees: 

1. For a single copy of a transcript of 
evidence for the purpose of reproduc- 
tion in an appeal to the Court of 
Appeal, per page $2.75 

2. For copies of transcripts, including 
transcript of charge to jury and tran- 
script of oral judgment, but not 
including a transcript under para- 
graph 1 or a transcript for use in an 
appeal book, 



i. for the first copy, per page 



2.25 



ii. for each additional copy, per 

page 0.25 

3. For copies of transcript of oral evi- 
dence at a civil trial in the French lan- 
guage, 

i. for the first copy, payable by 

ordering party, per page .... 2.25 
less an amount equal to 7 cents 
per line of translated text, pay- 
able by Ontario, 

ii. for each additional copy, per 

page 0.25 

O. Reg. 36/84, s. 3. 

4. A copy of a transcript of evidence ordered by a 
judge for the judge's own use shall be paid for by the 
Province of Ontario. O. Reg. 36/84, s. 4. 

5. A court reporter or court monitor who is required 
in the performance of his duties to attend at a location 
other than his headquarters shall be paid a kilometre 
allowance in accordance with Ontario Regulation 283/ 
82 entitled "Kilometre Allowances" and a reasonable 
reimbursement of expenses for meals and accommoda- 
tion. O. Reg. 36/84, s. 5. 

6. This Regulation, except section 3, does not apply 
to a court reporter or a court monitor who is a civil 
servant or a public servant within the meaning of the 
Public Service Act. O. Reg. 36/84, s. 6. 



7. Ontario Regulation 282/82 is revoked. 

8. This Regulation comes into force on the 16th day 
of January, 1984. 

(4081) 6 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE ACT 

O. Reg. 37/84. 
Fees — Unified Family Court. 
Made— January 20th, 1984. 
Filed— January 24th, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 8 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE ACT 

1. Item 11 of the Schedule to Regulation 8 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as 
remade by section 6 of Ontario Regulation 
281/82, is revoked. 

2. This Regulation comes into force on the 16th 
day of January, 1984. 

(4082) 6 



PUBLIC SERVICE ACT 

O. Reg. 38/84. 

General. 

Made — December 28th, 1983. 

Approved — January 20th, 1984. 

Filed— January 24th, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 881 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 

MADE UNDER THE 

PUBLIC SERVICE ACT 



1980 



1. Schedule 2 to Regulation 881 of Revised Regu- 
lations of Ontario, 1980 is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

Schedule 2 



I 



Part I 

Interpretation 

1. In this Schedule, "Management Compensation 
Plan" and "Executive Compensation Plan" have the 
same meanings as in Schedule 1. 



58 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



659 



Part II 

For Each Ministry Including 

Agencies, Boards and Commissions 

Reporting to The Ministry 

Assistant Deputy Minister 

Executive Director 

Executive Co-ordinator 

Executive Secretar>' 

General Manager 

Branch Director 

Full-time head of agency, board or commission 

Full-time vice-chairman of agency, board or 

commission 
Full-time member of agency, board or commission 
Positions classified as being within the Executive 

Compensation Plan 
Positions classified as being within the 

Administrative Module, Personnel Administration 

Group 19, 20 or 21 

Part III 

For Specific Ministries in Addition to Part I 

MINISTRY OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL 

Court Administrator 

Crown Law Officer 1, 2, 3 

Judge, Small Claims Court 

Justice Administration Officer 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 

Justice of the Peace 

Master, Supreme Court of Ontario 

Provincial Judge 

Provincial Registrar, Assessment Review Court 

Regional Registrar, Assessment Review Court 

Registrar, board or commission 

Registrar, Supreme Court of Ontario 

Secretary, Senior 

Secretary to Chairman, Assessment Review Court 

Secretary to Chairman, board or commission 

Secretan,- to Chief Judge of the County and District 

Courts 
Secretarv- to Chief Justice of Ontario 
Secretary to Chief Justice of the High Court 
Secretary to Chief Provincial Judge 
Secretary to the Attorney General 
Secretary to the Deputy Attorney General 
Small Claims Court Bailiff 
Positions classified within the Management 

Compensation Plan at Pay Band 18 and higher in 

the Financial Administration Group, Program 

Analysis Group or Systems Services Group of the 

Administrative Module. 
Positions classified within the Management 

Compensation Plan in the Legal Group of the 

Professional Module. 



MINISTRY OF COMMUNITY AND 
SOCIAL SERVICES 

Co-ordinator, Intergovernmental Policy 

MINISTRY OF CITIZENSHIP AND 
CULTURE 

Co-ordinator, Regional Services 

MINISTRY OF EDUCATION 

Chief Architect 

Positions classified as Education Professional 
Module 19, 20, 21, 22 

MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT 

Positions classified as Administrative Module, 
Program Analysis Group 17, 18, 19, 20, 21 

MINISTRY OF HEALTH 

Administrator, Psychiatric Hospital 

MINISTRY OF REVENUE 

Regional Assessment Commissioner 

SECRETARIAT, SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT 

Provincial Co-ordinator 
Communications Advisor 
Executive Officer, Advisor>' Council 

MINISTRY OF THE SOLICITOR GENERAL 

(Ontario Provincial Police) 

Commissioned Officer 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 

Constable 

Constable (Probationary) 

Corporal 

Sergeant 

Sergeant Major 

Staff Sergeant 

O. Reg. 38/84, s. 1. 



2. Schedules 3 to 7 of the said Regulation, as 
remade by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
96/83, are revoked and the following substi- 
tuted therefor: 



59 



660 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
Schedule 3 



O. Reg. 38/84 



Accident Claims Suprrv/lsor 1,2 
Accommodation Officer I, 2, 3 
Architectural Job Captain 1, 2 
Archivist 1. 2. 3 
Aiidlologlst 

Cartographer 1, 2, 3, A 

Cartographic Technician I, 2, 3 

Classifier 1, 2, BoarH of Censors 

Clerical Stenographer I, 2, 3, 4, 5 

Clerical Stenographer 2. 3, A, S (Excluded) 

Clerical Typist 1, 2» 3, 4 

Clerical Typist 2, 3, h (Fxclndod) 

Clerk 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. Filing 

Clerk 2, 3, 4, Filing (Kxcludpd) 

Clerk 1, 2, 3. 4, 5, f-eneral 

Clerk 2, 3, 4, 5, General (Excluded) 

Clerk 1, 2, 3, Mall 

CommercJal Artist 1, ? 

Construction Superi nt«'nde?it I, 2, 3 

Court Reporter 1, 2 

Court Reporter Apprentice 



Data Entry Operator 1, 2, 3 

Data Entry Supervisor I 

Data Processing Technician 1, 

Data Processing Technician 3, 

Dental Assistant 

Dental Hyglenlst 

Deputy 1, 2, Administration of Justice 

Designer 1, 2 

Drafter 1, 2, 3 

Drafter Tracer 

Driver Examination Supervisor I 

Driver Examiner 

Driver Examiner (Probationary) 

E.E.G. Technician 1, 2, 3 

Engineering Officer I 

Estate Assessor I, 2 

Estimator an<l Quantity Surveyor I 

Exhibition Designer 1 , 2 



2, 3. 4, 5, 6, 7 
7 (Excluded) 



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O. Reg. 38/84 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 661 

^Varm Products lnspect'>r 1, 2 

Bleld Worker I, 2, Hotios for Sp«?clal Care 

Fingerprint Examiner 1, 2, 3 

Fire Services Invest irit(»r 2 

Forensic Analyst 1, 2, 3 

Highway Carrier, Insp.^ctor 1, 2, 3 
i Highways Assistant Conmunlcations Supervisor 
{! Horne Economics Assistant I, 2 

Indian Development OfM^^'r 
Instructor 1, 2, Ontario Fire College 
Instrument Repairer 1 , 2 
Instrument Repairer, Foreman/woman 
Insurance Representative 
Interior Designer I, ?. 
Interior Designer, Tr ilnee 
Investigator of Estatos 

Junior Commercial Artist 
Junior Drafter 

Laboratory Attendant I, 2 

Language and Citizenship Training Specialist 1 

Legislative Assistant Editor 

Librarian 1, 2, 3 

Library Technician 1, 2. 3, A 

Nurse 1, 2, Clinic 
^ Nurse 1, 2, 3, Public Health 

Occupational Therapist I, 2, 3 
Operator 1, 2, Address liig Equlpmont 
Operator 1, 2, 3, Bin<lery Equipment 
Operator 1, 2, 3, Bookkeeping Machine 
Operator I, 2, Central SwUchho^ird 
Operator, Copy Machine 
Operator, Mall inserting Michine 
Operator 1, 2, 3, 4, Microfilm 
Operator 1, 2, 3, A, Offset Equipment 
Operator 1, 2, Telephf)ne Switchboard 
Operator 1, Telephone Switchboard (Excluded) 
Operator 1, 2, Teletype Equlpnont 
Operator 1, 2, 3, Whiteprlnt Equipment 
Operator 1(a), 1(b), 2, 3, A, X-Ray Unit 



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Personalty Valuator I 
Pharmacist - Staff 
Pharmacy Technician 1 , 2 
Photogrammet rlst 1, 2, 1 
Pliotographer 1, 2, 3, I.Tbornt f>ry 
Platemaker 1,2 
Printing Estimator 
Psychologist 1 
Psychoraetrlst 1 (3-yc;ir BA) 
Psychometrlst 1 (Honours BA) 
Psychoraetrlst 2 (Masters) 
Purchasing Officer 1, 2 
Purchasing Officer 1 (Excluded) 

Receptionist 

Records Officer .Junior 

Records Officer Junior (Excluded) 

Records Officer I , 2 

Records Officer 2 (Excluded) 

Rehabilitation Officer 1, 2, C<'rrectlonal Services 

Rehabilitation Officer 1, 2, HcMlth 

Research Offtcer 1, 2( i>, ?(b'), Transportation and 

Communlcat ions 
Returning Offtcer, Otitarto Labour Relations Board 
Review Officer 
RIght-of-Way Technicl-Mi 

Sifety Instrurtltm Olllcpr 2 (Evoluded) 

Schedule Co-ordlnator 1, 2, 3 

Scientist 1, 2, 3 

Secretary 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 

Secretary 2, 3. 4, 5 (Excluded) 

Secretary - Senior 

Secretary to the Deputy Minlstev 

Secretary to the Minf-t»^r 

Secretary to the PremftT 

Senior Usher and Mcssonj'.or 

Service Areas Inspect(»r 

Services Officer 1 ( B irj»alnluj^ I 'nit) 

Services Supervisor 2 i 

Sheriffs Officer 1,2 

Social Work Assistant 

Social Worker 1 , 2 

Specification Officer 1, 2, 3 

Speech Therapist 

Standards Officer I, Industrial Training (Excluded) 



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O. Reg. 38/84 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 663 

Technician 1, 2, 3, A, Cliomfrnl Laboratory 

Technician 2, ChrmlcAl l.nhoratoty (Excluded) 

Technician 1, Furl 

Technician 1, 2, 3» A, Mo«Hr,Tl I,nborntory 

Technician 1, 2, 3, 4, S , h, 7, Phot o^raphlc 

Technician 1, 2, 3, ''» , PhysUal Laboratory 

Technician 1, 2, 3, 4. 5, Radiation 

Technician 1, 2, 3, Road Dosign 

Technician 1(a), 1(b), X Ray 

Technician, X-Rav, Supervisor 

Telephone Services Officer 

Traffic Analyst I, 2, 3 

Translator i, 2, 3 

Travel Counsellor 1, 2, 3 

Typist 1, 2, 3, 4 

Typist 2,3,4 (Excluded) 

Usher and Messenper 

Welfare Field Worker 1,2 

Welfare Field Worker ( Prohit ion.iry) 

O. Reg. 38/84, s. 2, part. 



Schedule 4 

Agricultural Technician 1, 2, 3 

Agricultural Worker 1, 2, 3 
Air Engineer 

Airframe Finisher 

Ambulance Officer I, 2, 3, 4 

Arboriculturist 1 

Artisan 1, 2, 3 

Attendant 1, 2, 3, 4, Oak RldjM' 

Audlologlcal Servlcoc Technician 

Baker I, 2 

Bookbinder 1, 2 

Bridge Operator 

Buildings Caretak«»r I, 2 

Buildings Cleaner and Helper 3 (Bargaining Unit) 

Butcher 1, 2 

Cable Ferry Operator 1, 2 
Cadet, Ontario Provlficl.il Police 
Canteen Operator I, 2 



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664 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 38/84 

Chief Steward 

Child Care Assistant 1,2 

Child Care Worker I. ?. 1 

Cleaner 1, 2, 3 

Cleaner, Office Rull(Un>'.s 

Clerk 1, 2, 3, A, 5, '>, Supply 

Clerk 7, Supply (Bargilnlng Unit) 

Communications Technician 1, 2 

Constable 

Constable (Probat lon.-iry) 

Construction InRpectt)r 

Cook 1, 2 

Cook 3 (Bargaining Unit) 

Coroner's Clerk 1 

Corporal, Ontario Provincial Police 

Correctional Officer I, 2, 3 

Correctional Officer A (B.irg.iinf ng Unit) 

Counsellor 1, 2, 3 (Residential Life) 

Deckhand 

Electronics Repairer 

Electronics Technician 

Electronics Technician 1, 2, Government Services 

Elevator Attendant 

Elevator Mechanic 1, ?, 3 

Equipment Spray Painter 

Ferry Mate 

Fire Services Advisoi 1 

Fire Services Investigator 1 

Garage Attendant 

Garage Attendant Supervisor 

Hairdresser 

Helper, Food Service 

Highway Construction Inspi'ctor I, 2, 3 

Highway Eq\iipment Oper.■^to^ I, 2, 3, A 

Highway Equipment Siiporvlsor 1 

Highway General Forein.in/wman 1 

Highway Inspection As'Mst.Hit 1, 2, 3 

Highway Labour Foreman/wnm.Tn 

Hospital Attendant I 

Industrial Officer 1, 2, 3 
Inspector of Weighers and Checkers 1, 2 
inspector I, 2, Vehlc'e Inspection 

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O. Reg. 38/84 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 665 

Instructor I, 2, 3, A (Ocrupnt f -Mini ) 
Instructor 1, 2, 3(a), Rocrrnt 1<m) and Crafts 

Landscape Worker 

Laundry Worker 1, 2, <, 4, 5 

Lineman /woman 

Linotype Operator 

Lockmaster 

Maintenance Bricklayer 

Maintenance Carpenter 

Maintenance Carpenter, Foreman /woman 

Maintenance Electrlci.m 

Maintenance Elect rlclnn, Foreman/woraan vf'T- 

Maintenance Foreman/wman 

Maintenance Machinist 

Maintenance Machinist, Foremati/woman 

Maintenance Mason 

Maintenance Mechanic 1, 2, 3 

Maintenance Fainter aiul IX'<'orator 

Maintenance Painter and Decorator, Foreman/woman 

Maintenance Plasterer 

Maintenance Plasterer, Foreman/woman 

Maintenance Plumber 

Maintenance Plumber, rorom.^n/wonan 

Maintenance Ref rlgerat lt)n Mechanic 

Maintenance Refrigeration Mechanic, Foreman/woraan 

Maintenance Sheet Metal Worker 

Maintenance Steamfltter 

Maintenance Welder 

Manual Worker 

Marine Engineer 1,2 

Meat Inspector 1 

Mechanic 1, 2 

Mechanic Foreman/woman 

Medical Assistant 1, 2, 3 

Mlllworker 1, 2 

Motor Vehicle Operator I, 2 

Nurse 1, 2, 3, General ' ^f 

Nurse 1, 2, Nursing Education 
Nurse 2, 3, Special Schools 

Observation and Detention Home Worker l, 2, 3 



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666 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 38/84 

Parking Attendnnt 

Powderman /woman 

Preparator I, 2 

Provincial Ralllff 1 , 7 

Psychiatric Nursing Assistant I, 2, 3, 4 

Radio and T.V. Repairer 

Radio Operator 1,2,3 

Recreation Officer I, 2, Correctional Services 

Recreation Officer 3, Correctional Services (Bargaining Unit) 

Residence Supervisor I, 2 

Resource Technician 1, 2, 3 

Security Officer 1, 2, 3 

Senior Bridge Operator 

Senior Marine Engineer I, 2 

Sergeant, Ontario Provfnclal Police 

Sergeant Major, Ontario provincial Police 

Sewer I, 2 

Sign Painter 

Sign Painter, Foreman /woman 

Sign Painter, Helper 

Sign Painter, Improver 

Staff Sergeant, Ontario Provincial Police 

Steam Plant Engineer 1, 2, 3 

Steam Plant Technician 1, 2 

Steward 

Supervisor 1, Food Service (BarKalnlng Unit) 

Supervisor of Juveniles 1, 2, 3 

Surveyor 2 

Tailor 

Technician 1, 2, Construction 

Technician 1, Engineoring Survey 

Technician 2, Engineering Survey (Bargaining Unit) 

Technician, Equipment Devolopmont 

Technician I^ 2, 3, A, 5, Field 

Technician 1, 2, Legal Survey . 

Technician 1, 2, 3, Survey 

Technician 1, 2, 3, A, Tr;^fflc 

Telephone installer I, 2, 3 

Trade Instructor 1, 2, 3 

Trades Apprentice 



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O. Reg. 38/84 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 667 

Traffic Patroller 1, 2, 2(a), Transportation and Communications 
Trainee (M.R.C. Coursp), Health 
Transport Despatcher 
Transport Driver 

Upholstery Repairer 

Volunteer Services Ap«:f*;tant 

Waste and Water T'rojert Oporntor I, 2 
Waste and Water Projc^'t Trainee Operator 
Water Level Control Supervisor 
Weigher 

O. Reg. 38/84, s. 2, pari. 



Schedule 5 

Agricultural Support OM-ll 

Clerical Services a^-i'9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 
Correctional OM-14, I'V, lf> 

Drafting, Design and K'^t Irr.atlng T^f-12, 13 , , = 

Engineering and Surveying Support TM-12, 13, lA, 15 

General Operational OM (^9 , in, II 

Information AM-17 

Institutional Care OM-ll, 12, 13 

Office Equipment Operation CM-OP, 11, 12, 13, 14 

Photography TM-ll, 14, IS 
Printing OM-IO, 12, I ^ 
Purchasing and Supply AM- 13 

Resources, Technical 7M-12 

' Scientific Support TM I?, 14, 15 

Skills and Trades OM-12. 13, 14, 15, 16 

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Schedule 6 

Accounting Supervisor I, 2 (Barj^alnlng Unit) 

Actuarial Science PM- 1 7 , 19, 21, 22 

Adviser, Occupational -Viyslcal Therapy 

Adviser, Ontario Police Commission 

Adviser, Secondary School Correspondence Courses 

Agricultural Officer 1,2 

Agricultural Specialist 1, 2, 3 

Agricultural Specialist I, 2, D.iiry 

Agricultural Support OM-12, 13, 14 

Agricultural Worker 4 

Agriculture PM-16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21 

Arboriculturist 2, 3 

Architectural Job Captiln 3 

Architecture PM-16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21 

Area Supply Supervisor (Rarg.Ti nl «ig Unit) 

Artifacts Officer 

Artisan A 

Assistant Commissioner, Ontario Provincial Police 

Assistant Plant Superintendent, Air Service 

Athletics Supervisor and [)oan of Men 

Biologist 1. 2(a), 2(b) 
Biologist 3 (BargalntT>j^ Unit) 
Boiler Inspector 
Buildings Caretaker 6 
Bursar 2 (Bargaining Unit) 

Chaplain PM-15, 17, 19 

Chief Industrial Health Coimspllor 

Chief Inspector of Tlu^itres 

Chief Instructor, Ontario Poller College 

Child Care Worker 4 

Child Welfare Supervisor 1 

Clerk 6, 7, General (Bargnlnlng Unit) 

Clerk 6, 7, General (Fxcluded) 

Commercial Artist 3 

Commissioned Officer 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Ontario Provincial Police 

Communications Technician 3 

Community Development Officer 1, 2, 3 

Community Planner 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 

Cook 4 

Court Reporter 3 



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Dairy Fieldworker I, ?. 3 

Dairy Herd Improvement Officer I 

Day Nurseries Supervisor 

Dentistry PM-20, 22 

Deputy Director, Ontario Police College 

Deputy Senior 1, Adml nlst rntlon of JuRtlce 

Dietitian 1 

Drafting, Design and Fstlrntlng TM-IA, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19 

Driver Attendant, Minister 

Economics and Statistics TM- 1 7 , 19, 20, 21 

Economist 1, 2, 3, A, 5 (Bargaining Unit) 

Education Officer 1, 2, 3 

Education rM-19, 20, 21, 72 

Elevator Inspector 1, 3 k ;I 

Employment Standards Auditor 1,2 

Employment Standards Officer 1 

Engineering Services (Officer 2, 3, A, 5, 6 

Engineering and Surveying PM-12, lA, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22 

Engineering and Surveving Support TM-16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21 

Engineering Officer 2, 3, A i^^t I 

Executive Officer 1, ?. 3 (BarfrTlnlng Unit) 

Executive Officer 1, 7. (Excludeil) 

Exhibition Designer 3, A 

Extension Assistant 

Financial Administration AM-13, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22 

Financial Officer 1, 2. 3, A, 5 (Bargaining Unit) 

Financial Officer I, 2 (Excluded) 

Financial Officer Trafnoe 

Fire Services Adviser ? 

Forester 1, 2(a), 2(b>, 3. A, 5 

General Administration AM-12, I";. lA, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 

21, 22 ' •'-'■■ ^"'- - 

General Operational OM-12, 13. lA, 15, 16, 17 
General Scientific PM-16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21 
Geologist I, 2 (Bargaining Unit) •-. 

Geologist Assistant A 
Guard Commander 

Heating and Power OM-1 2, 1 A , 1 5. 16, 17 , 18 
Highway Carrier, Supervising Inspector 1 
Highway Equipment Supervisor 2, 3 
Highway Maintenance S«ii)ervlsor 
Highway Services Supervisor 
Home Economist 1, 2, 3 

Home Economics, Dietetics & Nutrition PM-11, 13, lA, 15, 16, 17, 
18 

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670 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 38/84 

Horticulturist 

Hospital Housekoeper I, 2 (BHrRilnlng Unit) 

Housing Analyst 1,2 

Human Rights Commission Officer 1, 2 

Human Rights Coramlssfon Supervisor 1 

Immigration Officer 

Industrial DcvelopraeJir Officer 1, 2, 3 

Information AM-18, 19, 20 

Inspector 1, 2, Drill lug and Production 

Inspector of Surveys 2 

Inspector, Operatlrif^ T:n»»l ncers' Branch 

Institutional Care 0^f - 1 /* , 15, |f», 18 

Institutional Management AM-lS, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23 

Instructor 1, 2, 3, Ontario Police College 

Intelligence Officer, Ontnrlo Police Commission 

Investigator 1, Agrlcnl t:ur.Tl Products 

Investigator 1, 2, Ontario Securities Commission 

Labour Relations AM-lf>, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23 

Law Administration AM- 1 2 . 13, lA. 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 

22, 23 
Legal PM-lA-19, 19-20, 21-24 
Legal Survey Examiner 4 
Librarian 5 
Library, Historical and Archival PM-U, 15, 16, 17, 18 

Maintenance Superintendent 1, 2, 3, A 
Medical PM-20, 21, 22, 23, 2A, 25, 26 
Mine Rescue Training Officer 1, 2 

Northern Affairs Officer 1 
Nurse 3, Nursing Fducat Ion 
Nursing PM-13, lA. 15, 16, 18, 19 

Occupational and Physical Therapy PM-IA, 15, 16 
Occupational Health and Safety Inspector 1, 2 
Office Equipment Operation CM-15 
Organizer 2, X-Ray Surveys 



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O. Reg. 38/84 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 671 

Parks Planner 3 

Parks Planner 2 (Barr"»inlng Unit) 

Personnel Administration AM-13, U, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21 

Pesticides Control Officer I, 2, 3 

Pharmacist - Chief 

Pharmacy rM-16, 17, 1«, 19, 21, 22 

Photogrammet rlst 4 

Photography TM-16 

Pilot 

Printing OM- I 5 

Probation Officer 1, 2. 3 

Program Analysis AM-17, 18, 19, 20, 21 

Property Administration AM-lh, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22 

Psychologist 2, 3 

Psychology PM-19, 20, 21 

Public Relations Officer 1, 2, 3 

Public Relations Officer 1, ?, 3 (Excluded) 

Publicity Photographer 1, 2, 3 

Purchasing and Supply AM- 1 4 , IS, 16. 17, 18, 19, 20 

Purchasing Officer 3 

Radiation Protection Physicist I 

Real Estate Officer 2, 3 

Real Estate Officer 1 (Batgilnlig Unit) 

Regional Field Officer, Fmergency Measures Organization 

Rehabilitation Officer 3, Health 

Research Science PM- 1 7 , 20, 21 

Research SclentUt 3, 4, S, Natural Resources 

Research Supervisor 2, Natur<^l Resources 

Resource Technician, Senior 1, 2, 3, 4 (Bargaining Unit) 

Resources Manager 1,2,4 

Resources Manager 3 (HirgTlnlng Unit) 

Resources Planning and Management PM-15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21 

Resources, Technical TM-H. 14, l"^, 16, 17, 18 

Review Supervisor 2 

Rural Development Counsellor 

Safety Instruction Officer 3 

Safety Instruction Officer 3 (Excluded) 

Scientific Support TM-16, 17, 18 

Scientist 4 

Security Driver, Office of the Premier 

Senior Air Engineer 

Senior Biologist 

Senior Drafter 

Senior Planning Officer, Emergency Measures Organization 

Service Areas Manager 

Services Supervisor 3 

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Skills and Tr.ides OM- I 7 , 18, 19 

Social Progrflms Admin f st rnt ion AM-IA, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 

21, 22 
Social Work PM-16, 17, 18, 19 
Social Work Supervisor 1, 2, 3, A 
Social Work Supervisor 1, 2 (B;np,alnlng Unit) 
Speech Pathology and Audlology rM-16, 19 
Staff Training Officer, Community and Social Services 

(Bargaining Unit) 
Statistician 1, 2, 3. A 
Steam Plant Chief 1, 2 
Superintendent 2, Public Uouslni; 

Supervisor 1, 2, Municipal Orgnnization and Administration 
Supervisor Municipal Organization and Administration, Trainee 
Supervisor of Operations (BargUning Unit) 
Supreme Court Reporter I 
Systems Officer I, 2, 3, 4, 5 
Systems Officer I, 2, 3, A (Fxrluded) 
Systems Officer Junior 
Systems Services AM- 1 2 , IS. 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21 



Teacher 
Technical Co 
Technician 5 
Technician 3 
Technician 1 
Technician 3 
Technician 2 
Technician 3 
Technician 5 
Technician 1 
Technician 5 
Technician 4 



isultant 1, 2 
Chemical Laboratory 
4 , Const ruct ion 

2, Eiigi neerlfig Of lice 
4, Engineering Survey 

3, Fuel 
Legal Survey 
Medical Laboratory 
2, Municipal Engineering 
Physical Laboratory 
Road DcKign 

Telecommunications TM-14, 16 

Tourist Industry Offlfor 1. 2. 3 

Traffic Analyst 4, 5 

Transcription Services CM-14, IS, 16, 18, 19 

Translation AM-19, 20 



Veterinary Science PM-18, 19, 20, 21 
Veterinary Scientist 3 (Bargaining Unit) 
Vocational Training Supervisor 1 
Volunteer Services Organizer 

Welfare Institutions Supervisor 



O. Reg. 38/84, s. 2, paH. 



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O. Reg. 38/84 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 673 

Schedule 7 

Accident CL^lms Supervisor 1, 2 

AccoramoJatlon Oft leer 3 

Agricultural Technician I, 2 ^ - 

Agricultural Worker 1, 2, 3 

Airframe Finisher 

Ambulance Officer 1, 2, 3, A 

Arboriculturist 1 

Architectural Job Captain 1, 2 I ., ' 

Attendant 1, 2, 3, ^, Oak Ridge 

Audlologlcal Services Tochniclan 

Audlologlst 

Baker 1, 2 
Bookbinder 1, 2 
Bridge Operator 
Buildings Caretaker I, 2 
Butcher 1, 2 

Cable Ferry Operator 1, 2 

Cadet, Ontario Provincial Police 

Canteen Operator I, 2 

Cartographer 1,2 

Cartographic Technician I, 2» 3 

Child Care Assistant 1, 2 

Child Care Worker I, 2, 3 

Cleaner I, 2, 3 

Cleaner, Office Buildings 

Clerical Stenographer 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 

Clerical Stenographer 2. 3, 4, S (Excluded) 

Clerical Typist 1, 2, 3. A 

Clerical Typist 2, 3, f* (F.xoludi'd) 

Clerk 1, 2, 3, A, Filing 

Clerk 2. 3, A, Filing (Excluded) 

Clerk 1, 2, 3, 4, General 

Clerk 2, 3, 4, General (Excluded) 

Clerk 1, 2. 3. Mall 

Clerk 1, 2. 3, 4, 5. 6, Supply 

Constable 

Constable (Probationary) 

Construction Superintendent 1, 2, 3 

Cook 1 , 2 

Cook 3 (Bargaining Unit) 

Coroner's Clerk 1 

Corporal, Ontario Provincial Police 

Correctional Officer 1, 2, 3 

Counsellor 1, 2, 3 (Residential Life) 

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674 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 38/84 

Data Entry Operator 1» 2, 1 

Data Entry Supervisor 1 

Data Processing Technician 1, 2, 3, A, 5, 6, 7 

Data Processing Technician 3, 7 (Excluded) 

Deckhand 

Dental Assistant 

Dental Hyglenlst 

Deputy 1, 2, Administration of Justice 

Drafter 1, 2 

Drafter Tracer 

E.E.G. Technician 1, 2, 3 

Electronics Repairer 

Electronics Technician 

Electronics Technician 1, 2, Government Services 

Elevator Attendant 

Elevator Mechanic 1, 2, 3 

Equipment Spray Painter 

Estimator and Quantity Surveyor 1 

Exhibition Designer 1, 2 

Ferry Mate 

Field Worker 1, 2, Momos for Spj'clal Care 

Fingerprint Examiner 1, 2, 3 

Fire Services Adviser I 

Fire Services Invest Ij^ator 1, 2 

Garage Attondnnt 

Garage Attendant Supervisor 

Hairdresser 

Helper, Food Service 

Highway Equipment Operator I, 2, 3, A 

Highway General Foremnn/woman 1 

Highway Labour Foreman/woman 

Hospital Attendant 1 

Indian Development Officer 
Industrial Officer 1, 2, 3 
Inspector 1, 2, Vehicle Inspection 
Instructor 1, 2, 3, A (Occupational) 
Instructor I, 2, 3(a), Recreation and Crafts 
Instrument Repairer 1, 2 
Instrument Repairer, Foreman /woman 
Interior Designer 1, 2 
Interior Designer, Trainee 
Investigator of Estates 

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O. Reg. 38/84 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 675 

Junior Commercial Artist 
Junior Drafter 

Laboratory Attendant 1, 2 

Landscape Worker 

Language and CI t Izetjshl p Training Specialist 1 i; - t. *k'1' 

Laundry Worker I, 2, 3, ^, 5 

Librarian 1, 2, 3 

Library Technician 1, 2, 3, 4 

Lineman/woman 

Linotype Operator 

Maintenance Bricklayer 

Maintenance Carpenter 

Maintenance Carpenter, Foreman /woman 

Maintenance Electrician 

Maintenance Electrician, Foreman/woman 

Maintenance Foreman/woman 

Maintenance Machinist 

Maintenance Machinist, Foreman/woman 

Maintenance Mason 

Maintenance Mechanic 1, 2, 3 

Maintenance Painter and IX'corator 

Maintenance Fainter and Decorator, Foreman/woman 

Maintenance Plasterer 

Maintenance Plasterer, Foreman/woman 

Maintenance Plumber 

Maintenance Plumber, Foreman/woman 

Maintenance Refrigeration Mechanic 

Maintenance Refrigeration Mechanic, Foreman/woman 

Maintenance Sheet Metal Worker 

Maintenance Steamfltter 

Maintenance Welder 

Manual Worker 

Marine Engineer 1, 2 

Meat Inspector 1 

Mechanic 1, 2 

Mechanic Foreman/woman 

Medical Assistant l, 2, 3 

Millworker 1, 2 

Motor Vehicle Operator 1, 2 

Nurse 1, 2, Clinic 
Nurse 1, 2, 3, General 
Nurse 1, 2, Nursing Education 
Nurse 1, 2, 3, Public Health 



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676 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 38/84 

Observation and Dotention Homo Worker 1, 2, 3 
Occupational Therapist 1, 2, 3 
Operator 1, 2, Addressing Equipment 
Operator I, 2, Bindery Equipment 
Operator 1, 2, 3, Bookkeeping Machine 
Operator 1, 2, Central Switchboard r>j? 
Operator, Copy Machine 
Operator, Mail Inserting Machine 
Operator 1, 2, 3, Microfilm 
Operator 1, 2, 3, Offset Equipment 
Operator 1, 2, Telephone Switchboard 
Operator 1, Telephone Switchboard (Excluded) 
Operator 1, 2, Teletype Equipment 
Operator 1, 2, 3, Whlteprlnt K«|ulpmcnt 
Operator 1(a), 1(b), 2. 3, A, X-Ray Unit 

Parking Attendant 

Pharmacist - Staff 

Pharmacy Technician 1,2 

Photogrammetrlst 1, 2, 3 

Photographer 1, 2, Laboratory 

Platemaker 1, 2 

Powderraan/woraan 

Preparator 1, 2 

Printing Estimator 

Psychiatric Nursing Assistant 1, 2, 3, 4 

Psychologist 1 

Psychoraetrlst 1 (3-year BA) 

Psychometrlst 1 (Honours BA) 

Psychoraetrlst 2 (Masters) 

Radio and T.V. Repairer 

Radio Operator 1, 2, 3 

Receptionist 

Records Officer Junior 

Records Officer Junior (Excluded) 

Records Officer 1, 2 

Records Officer 2 (Excluded) 

Recreation Officer 1, 2, Correctional Services 

Rehabilitation Officer 1, 2, Correctional Services 

Rehabilitation Officer I, 2, Health 

Residence Supervisor I, 2 

Resource Technician l, 2, 3 



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O. Reg. 38/84 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 677 

Secretary 1, 2, 3, A, 5 

Secretary 2, 3, A, 5 (Excluded) 

Security Officer 1, 2, 3 

Senior Bridge Operator 

Senior Marine Engineer 1, 2 

Senior Usher and Messenger 

Sergeant, Ontario Provincial Police 

Sergeant Major, Ontario Provincial Police 

Services Officer 1 (Bargaining Unit) 

Services Supervisor 2 

Sewer 1,2 

Sheriffs Officer 1, 2 

Sign Painter 

Sign Painter, Foreman/woman 

Sign Painter, Helper 

Sign Painter, Improver 

Social Work Assistant 

Social Worker 1, 2 

Speech Therapist 

Staff Sergeant, Ontario Provincial Police 

Steara Plant Engineer 1, 2, 3 

Steam Plant Technician 1,2 

Steward 

Supervisor 1, Food Service (Bargaining Unit) 

Supervisor of Juveniles I, 2, 3 

Tntlor 

Technician 1, 2, 3, Chemical l.nhoratory 

Technician 2, Chemical Laboratory (Excluded) 

Technician 1, 2, Field 

Technician 1, 2, 3, Medical Laboratory 

Technician 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, Photographic 

Technician 1, 2, 3, Physical Laboratory 

Technician 1, 2, 3, Radiation 

Technician 1, 2, 3, Road Design 

Technician 1(a), 1(b), X-Ray 

Telephone Installer 1, 2, 3 

Trade Instructor I, 2, 3 

Trades Apprentice 

Traffic Analyst 1, 2, 3 

Traffic Patroller 1, 2, 2(a), Transportation and Communications 

Trainee (M.R.C. Course), Health 

Translator 1, 2, 3 

Transport Despatcher 

Transport Driver 



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Travel Counsellor 1, 2, 3 

Typist 1, 2, 3, A 

Typist 2, 3, 4 (Excluded) 

Upholstery Repairer 
Usher and Messenger 

Volunteer Services Assistant 



Waste and Water Project Operator 1, 2 
Waste and Water Project Trainee Operator 
Welfare Field Worker 1, 2 
Welfare Field Worker (Probationary) 



Dated at Toronto, this 28th day of December, 1983. 
(4083) 



O. Reg. 38/84, s. 2, part. 

Civil Service Commission: 

G. H. Waldrum 
Chairman 



PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 39/84. 

Restricted Areas — County of Simcoe, 

Township of Innisfil. 
Made — January 23rd, 1984. 
Filed— January 25th, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 675/81 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

1. Ontario Regulation 675/81 is amended by 
adding thereto the following section: 

19. — (1) Notwithstanding any other provision of 
this Order, the land described in subsection (2) and the 
buildings and structures existing thereon on the 9th 
day of January, 1984 may continue to be used for a 
sales and service centre for agricultural, lawn and gar- 
den equipment and a storage building accessory to the 
sales and service centre, not exceeding 95 square 
metres in gross floor area, may be erected and used on 
the land. 

(2) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land 
situate in the Township of Innisfil in the County of 
Simcoe, being that part of the north half of Lot 15 in 
Concession XI more particularly described as follows: 

Beginning at a point in the northerly limit of the said 
Lot IS, which said point is distant 680 feet measured 



westerly from the northeast angle of the said Lot, 
measured along the northerly limit of the said Lot; 

Thence south 8° 40' 30" east 589 feet to the point of 
commencement herein; 

Thence north 72° 35' 10" east a distance of 412. 19 feet 
to an iron bar planted in the westerly limit of Highway 
No. 11 as defined in Instrument No. 33218, Innisfil; 

Thence south 31° 09' east along the westerly limit of 
the said Highway No. 11a distance of 186.53 feet to a 
concrete monument; 

Thence on a curve to the right having a radius of 
2,814.79 feet, an arc and a chord distance of 37.25 feet 
to an iron bar planted in the said westerly limit of 
Highway No. 11; 

Thence south 72° 41' 56" west a distance of 498.36 feet 
to an iron bar; 

Thence north 8° 40' 30" west a distance of 219 feet to 
the point of commencement. O. Reg. 39/84, s. 1. 

D. P. McHuGH 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

Central and Southwest 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

and Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 23rd day of January, 1984. 

(4087) 



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O. Reg. 40/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 41/84 679 



ONTARIO GUARANTEED ANNUAL 
INCOME ACT 

O. Reg. 40/84. 
Guaranteed Income Limit. 
Made— January 20th, 1984. 
Filed— January 26th, 1984. 



¥. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 

ONTARIO GUARANTEED ANNUAL INCOME 

ACT 

GUARANTEED INCOME LIMIT 



1. Commencing with the month of January, 1984 
the guaranteed income limit for purposes of, 

(a) subclause 1 (J) (i) of the Act is $6,939.12; 

(b) subclause 1 0) (") of the Act is $6,609.12; 

(c) subclause 1 (j) (iii) of the Act is $6,210.24; 
and 

(d) subclause 1 ij) (iv) of the Act is 
$13,218.24. O. Reg. 40/84, s. 1. 

2. Ontario Regulation 759/83 is revoked. 

3. This Regulation comes into force on the 1st day 
of January, 1984. 



(4103) 



GAME AND FISH ACT 

O. Reg. 41/84. 

Fishing Licences. 

Made — January 20th, 1984. 

Filed— January 26th, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 414 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

GAME AND FISH ACT 

1. — (1) Subsection la (1) of Regulation 414 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as made 



by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 645/83, is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(1) A licence issued under paragraph 26 (1) (a) of the 
Ontario Fishery Regulations to, 

(a) a non-resident who is not a member of an 
organized camp, shall be in Form 1; or 

(b) two spouses of one another who are non-resi- 
dents and are not members of an organized 
camp, shall be in Form lA, in two parts. 
O. Reg. 41/84, s. 1 (1). 

(2) Section la of the said Regulation, as made by 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 645/83, is 
amended by adding thereto the following sub- 
sections: 

(2a) The fee for a licence in Form lA is $38 and the 
issuing fee therefor is $2. O. Reg. 41/84, s. 1 (2), part. 



(4a) Each part of a licence in Form 1 A authorizes its 
holder to angle for fish, except lake trout and mus- 
kellunge, during the period specified on the licence. 
O. Reg. 41/84, s. 1 (2), part. 

(3) Clauses la (5) (c) and (d) of the said Regulation, 
as made by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
645/83, are revoked and the following substi- 
tuted therefor: 

(c) in Form 20, is $9.50 and the issuing fee 
therefor is 50 cents; 

id) in Form 21, is $26.25 and the issuing fee 
therefor is $1.25. 

(4) Section la of the said Regulation is further 
amended by adding thereto the following sub- 
section: 

(6a) Neither part of a licence in Form 1 A is valid for 
angling lake trout or muskellunge unless a tag in Form 
22 or 23, as the case may be, is affixed to the reverse 
side of the part. O. Reg. 41/84, s. 1 (4). 

2. The said Regulation is amended by adding 
thereto the following Form: 



79 



680 



Ministry of 

Natural 

Resources 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
Form la 



O. Reg. 41/84 



Game and Fish Act 



Non-Res ident 
Angling Licence 
For Spouses 
19 



No. 

Licence Fee: $38.00 

Issuing Fee: $ 2.00 

Total Fee: $40.00 



Under the Game and Fish Act and the regulations, and subject to the 
limitations thereof and the limitations of the Ontario Fishery Regulations, 
this licence is granted to: 



Mr. 

Mrs. 

Miss 



Mr. 

Mrs. 

Miss 



Last Name (Print) 



First Name (Print) 



Initial 



Street Address, Apt. No., P.O. Box or Rural Route 



City, Town or Village 



Identification 




State 



Zip Code Office 



Date of Birth 



Year 



Month 



Height 



Colour of Hair 



Day 



Weight 



Colour of Eyes 



and to: 

Last Name (Print) 



First Name (Print) 





Initial 



Street Address, Apt. No., P.O. Box or Rural Route 



80 



O. Reg. 41/84 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

City, Town or Village Identification 



681 



State 



Zip ( 


:ode 











Office 



Date of Bir th 

Month 



Year 



Height 



Colour of Hair 



Day 

I 



Weight 



Colour of Eyes 



894 



to angle. This licence is not valid for angling lake trout or 
muskellunge unless appropriate tag(s) is/are affixed to the reverse 
side, and expires with the 31st day of December, 19 

Signatures of Licensees 



Issuer Number 



Time Issued 



Signature of Issuer 



Date of Issue 



(reverse side) 



Lake Trout 



Muskellunge 



O. Reg. 41/84, s. 2. 

3. — (1) Form 20 of the said Regulation, as made by section 5 of Ontario Regulation 645/83, is amended by 
striking out "Tag Fee: $7.00" and "Total Fee: $7.50" where they occur and inserting in lieu thereof "Tag 
Fee: $9.50" and "Total Fee: $10.00". 

(2) Form 2 1 of the said Regulation, as made by section 5 of Ontario Regulation 645/83, is amended by striking 
out "Tag Fee: $26.50" and "Issuing Fee: $1.00" where they occur and inserting in lieu thereof "Tag 
Fee: $26.25" and "Issuing Fee: $1.25". 



(4104) 



81 



682 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 42/84 



EDUCATION ACT 

O. Reg. 42/84. 
Calculation of Fees for 

Pupils. 
Made— January 19th, 1984. 
Approved — January 2 7th, 1984. 
Filed— January 27th, 1984. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
EDUCATION ACT 

CALCULATION OF FEES FOR 
PUPILS 

1. — (1) In this Regulation, 

(a) the following terms, in respect of the calcula- 
tion of fees for pupils for a year, have the 
same meaning as they have in the regulation 
entitled, "General Legislative Grants" 
applicable to that year, 

(i) "continuing education A.D.E. for 
grant purposes", 

(ii) "current cost of operating", 

(iii) "elementary school pupil", 

(iv) "eligible sum for French as a first 
language", 

(v) "eligible sum for French as a second 
language", 

(vi) "non-resident pupil", 

(vii) "O.E.", 

(viii) "P.A.C.", 

(ix) "R.O.E.", 

(x) "resident-external pupil", 

(xi) "resident-internal pupil", 

except that in respect of a board appointed 
under section 70 of the Act, "current cost of 
operating" does not include current expen- 
diture for furniture and equipment and for 
debt charges; 

(b) "A.D.E." means average daily enrolment 
calculated under Regulation 256 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980; 

(c) "technological studies" means the courses 
developed from curriculum guidelines that 
are issued by the Minister for the inter- 
mediate division and senior division and 
listed under the heading "Technological 



Studies" in circular H.S.I or in the circular 
entitled "Ontario Schools Intermediate and 
Senior Divisions Program and Diploma 
Requirements", issued by the Ministry. 

(2) Where a board of education provides instruction 
for one or more pupils in respect of whom fees are 
receivable, the fees shall be calculated under this 
Regulation as if the board of education were a public 
school board and a secondary school board. O. Reg. 
42/84, s. 1. 



2. — (1) Subject to subsection (2) and to sections 3 
and 6, where a board provides instruction for pupils 
whose fees are receivable from another board, from 
Canada, or from a band, council of a band or educa- 
tion authority authorized by the Crown in right of 
Canada to provide education for Indians, or where 
the board provides instruction for a pupil who is in 
Canada as a visitor or as a student under the Immi- 
gration Act, 1976 (Canada), the fees for a year in 
which it provides the instruction shall be calculated 
by, 

(a) subtracting from the current cost of operating 
for the year of the board that provides the 
instruction, the grant payable to such board 
in respect of the eligible sum for French as a 
first language and for French as a second 
language for that year for the board, and 
dividing the difference so obtained by the 
sum of, 

(i) the A.D.E. for the year in respect of 
enrolment of resident-internal and 
non-resident pupils of the board in 
day schools, classroom instruction in 
driver education, and summer school 
courses for which credit is granted or 
is a summer school course of study 
acceptable to the Minister that the 
board is authorized or required to 
provide in its day school program in 
grades 1 to 8 or in a school or class for 
trainable retarded pupils, and 

(ii) the continuing education A.D.E. for 
grant purposes of the board for the 
year; and 

(6) multiplying the A.D.E. for the year of the 
pupils whose fees are receivable from the 
other board, from Canada or other previ- 
ously described source, as the case may be, | 
by the sum of, 



(i) the amount determined under clause 
(a), and 

(ii) except where the board that provides 
the instruction is a board appointed 
under section 70 of the Act, the 
P.A.C. for such pupils. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



683 



(2) Where a board has entered into an agreement 
under subsection 165 (2) 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 P.A.C. for each such pupil shall, not- 
withstanding subclause 1 (1) (a) (viii), be deemed to be 
zero. O. Reg. 42/84, s. 2. 

3. Where a board appointed under section 70 of the 
Act operates a school in a centre for the treatment of 
cerebral palsy, a crippled children's treatment centre, 
a hospital or a sanitorium and provides instruction 
therein for pupils whose fees are receivable from any 
source, the fee for such a pupil shall be calculated by, 

(a) adding to the current cost of operating of the 
board for the year in which it provides the 
instruction, the portion approved by the 
Minister for grant purposes of the expendi- 
ture for such year for the transportation of 
pupils, and deducting from the total thereof 
the general legislative grants payable to the 
board for such year except a grant that is 
equal to the cost of education; 

(b) dividing the amount determined under clause 
(a) by the sum of the days on which each 
pupil is enrolled at the school; and 

(c) multiplying the amount determined under 
clause (b) by the number of days for which 
the pupil whose fee is being calculated is 
enrolled at the school. O. Reg. 42/84, s. 3. 

4. Where a board, except a board appointed under 
section 70 of the Act, provides instruction for a pupil in 
respect of whom fees are required to be paid, other 
than a pupil whose fees are receivable from another 
board or from Canada or from a band, council of a 
band, or education authority authorized by the Crown 
in right of Canada to provide education for Indians, 
and the parent or guardian of the pupil is resident in 
Ontario, the fees payable on behalf of the pupil shall 
be such as the board may prescribe except that in the 
case of each of a public school board, a separate school 
board and a secondar\- school board, the total fees 
charged, in respect of a year, 

(a) to a parent or guardian who is not resident in 
a school section, separate school zone or sec- 
ondary- school district, in respect of his or her 
children or wards who attend the board's 
schools, shall not exceed ,$52.50 per month 
during which such children or wards are 
enrolled at the board's schools; and 

(b ) in the case of a pupil who is qualified to be a 
resident pupil of a school section, separate 
school zone or secondar\' school district, shall 
not exceed, in respect of each month the 
pupil is enrolled, the greater of, 

' (i) $52.50, and 

(ii) one-tenth of the sum of, 



(A) the quotient obtained by 
dividing, 

I. the board's estimate of 
the excess of its O.E. 
for the year over its 
R.O.E. for the year, 

by, 

II. the A.D.E. of the board 
for the year that is in 
respect of resident- 
internal pupils of the 
board, 

and, 

(B) the P.A.C, 

except that where the pupil is enrolled 
in a high cost program as defined in 
section 6, such greater amount may be 
increased by an amount which takes 
into account the additional cost to the 
board of providing such program. 
O. Reg. 42/84, s. 4. 



5. Where in any year a board provides instruction 
for a pupil in respect of whom fees are required to be 
paid and whose parent or guardian docs not reside in 
Ontario, except a pupil who is in Canada as a visitor or 
as a student under the Immigration Act, 1976 (Can- 
ada), the fees payable by or on behalf of the pupil shall 
be such as the board may prescribe but, subject to 
subsection 6 (5), shall not exceed the product obtained 
by multiplving one-tenth of the sum of the quotient 
determined under clause 2 (1) (a) and the P.A.C. for 
the pupil by the number of months during which the 
pupil is enrolled in such year in a school operated 
by the board that provides the instruction. O. Reg. 
42/84, s. 5. 



6. — (1) In this section "high-cost program" means, 

(a) a special education program other than a 
program provided in the board's school in 
lieu of an education program provided by a 
provincial school for the blind and the deaf or 
such other program approved by the Minister 
for which a General Legislative Grant is pay- 
able; 

(6) a program for trainable retarded children; 

(c) a program that includes technological studies 
that qualify in a school year for three or more 
credits toward the Secondar>' School Gradu- 
ation Diploma or Ontario Secondar>- School 
Diploma; and 

(d) a program of grade 9 or 10 that is offered in 
an elementarv school. 



83 



684 O. Reg. 42/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 43/84 



(2) The fee calculated under section 2, where 
chargeable by a board in respect of an elementary 
school pupil who is registered in a high cost program or 
a pupil enrolled in a school or class for trainable 
retarded pupils other than a trainable retarded pupil 
who does not have a right to attend under subsection 
73 (1) of the Act, may be increased by multiplying it by 
a factor agreed upon by the fee payor and the board 
charging the fee when, 

(a) the ratio of the A.D.E. of such pupils regis- 
tered in a high cost program for whom fees 
are receivable by the board from such fee 
payor to the A.D.E. of elementary school 
pupils or trainable retarded school or class 
pupils registered in such high cost program 
conducted by the board, 

is greater than, 

(b) the ratio of the A.D.E. of such pupils for 
whom fees are receivable by the board from 
such fee payor to the A.D.E. of elementary 
school pupils and trainable retarded school or 
class pupils registered at the board's schools. 

(3) The factor agreed upon pursuant to subsection 
(2), in the case of a pupil registered in a program refer- 
red to in clause (1) (d), shall not be greater than the 
sum of one and the enrolment weighting factor for 
grant purposes for elementary school pupils enrolled in 
grade 9 or 10 referred to in the definition of "day school 
weighted A.D.E. for grant purposes" in the regulation 
entitled "General Legislative Grants" applicable to the 
year for which the fee is calculated. 

(4) Subsection (2) applies, with necessary modifica- 
tions, to secondary school pupils. 

(5) Where a pupil to whom section 5 applies is 
registered in a high-cost program, the maximum fees 
payable in respect of such pupil shall be determined by 
multiplying the maximum fees under section 5 by a 
factor to be agreed upon between the board that pro- 
vides the instruction and the party from whom the fees 
are receivable. 

(6) Where under this section the board that provides 
the instruction and the other board or party concerned 
cannot agree upon a factor, the factor shall be deter- 
mined by three arbitrators, one arbitrator appointed 
by the board that provides the instruction, one arbit- 
rator appointed by the board from which or the party 
from whom the fee is receivable and one arbitrator 
appointed by the Minister, and the decision of the 
arbitrators or a majority of them is final and binding 
upon the board that provides the instruction and the 
other board or party concerned. O. Reg. 42/84, s. 6. 

7. Where a board, except a board appointed under 
section 70 of the Act, provides an education program 
in a hospital or treatment centre, other than a program 
for which the board receives General Legislative 
Grants equal to the salaries of the teachers conducting 
the program and other program expenditure allow- 



ances, the fee payable in respect of a pupil who is not 
qualified to be a resident pupil of the board and for 
whom such an education program is provided shall be 
such as may be agreed upon between the board that 
provides the program and the parent or guardian of 
the pupil or the board of which the pupil is qualified to 
be a resident pupil. O. Reg. 42/84, s. 7. 

8. This Regulation applies to fees for pupils in 
respect of the year 1984 and succeeding years. 
O. Reg. 42/84, s. 8. 

Bette Stephenson 

Minister of Education 

Dated at Toronto, this 19th day of January, 1984. 

(4105) (j 

EDUCATION ACT 

O. Reg. 43/84. 

Apportionment 1984 Requisitions. 
Made— January 27th, 1984. 
Filed— January 27th, 1984. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
EDUCATION ACT 

APPORTIONMENT 1984 REQUISITIONS 

1. In this Regulation, 

(a) "apportionable sum required by a divisional 
board for public school purposes for 1984" 
means the excess of the total estimated 
expenditure of the board for public school 
purposes for 1984 exclusive of, 

(i) allowances and provisions for differ- 
ences between the sum that the board 
requisitioned and the sum that the 
board ought to have requisitioned in a 
previous year for public school pur- 
poses from a local municipality in the 
school division, and 

(ii) the portion charged to public schc 
purposes of any expenditures incurred 
by the board in performing the duties 
of a municipal council, 

over the sum of the estimated revenues of the 
board for public school purposes for 1984 
from sources other than local taxation, the 
grant payable to the board under section 40 
of Ontario Regulation, General Legislative 
Grants, 1984 and the amount in the reserve 
established under subsection 210 (2) of the 
Act for public school purposes; 

(b) "apportionable sum required by a divisiona 
board for secondary school purposes fo 



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O. Reg. 43/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



685 



1984" means the excess of the total estimated 
expenditure of the board for secondan.' school 
purposes for 1984 exclusive of, 

(i) allowances and provisions for differ- 
ences between the sum that the board 
requisitioned and the sum that the 
board ought to have requisitioned in a 
previous year for secondary' school 
purposes from a local municipality in 
the school division, and 

(ii) the portion charged to secondar\- 
school purposes of any expenditures 
incurred by the board in performing 
the duties of a municipal council, 

over the sum of the estimated revenues of the 
board for secondar>' school purposes for 1984 
from sources other than local taxation, the 
grant payable to the board under section 40 
of Ontario Regulation, General Legislative 
Grants, 1984 and the amount in the reserve 
established under subsection 210 (2) of the 
Act for secondary- school purposes; 

(c) "equalized assessment for a municipality or 
locality" means the product of, 

(i) the quotient obtained by dividing the 
product of 100 and the assessment as 
defined in Ontario Regulation, Gen- 
eral Legislative Grants, 1984 for the 
municipality or locality by the A.E.F. 
for 1984 as defined in Ontario Regu- 
lation, General Legislative Grants, 
1984 for the municipality, and 

(ii) where the A.E.F. change index as 
defined in Ontario Regulation, Gen- 
eral Legislative Grants, 1984 for the 
municipality or locality is, 

a. less than .95, the quotient cor- 
rect to four places of decimals 
obtained by dividing .95 by 
such A.E.F. change index, 

b. greater than .9499 and less 
than 1.0501, one (1.0), or 

c. greater than 1.05, the quotient 
correct to four places of deci- 
mals obtained by dividing 1.05 
by such A.E.F. change index; 

(d) "local taxation" means taxes levied by a 
municipality or a board for public or secon- 
dary school purposes as the case may be, 
exclusive of taxes under section 34 of the 
Assessment Act and under section 161 of the 
Municipal Act; 

(e) "payment in lieu of taxes for 1984" means, in 
respect of a municipality, the sum of the 



amounts payable by the municipality to the 
board for 1984 for public school purposes or 
for secondar>- school purposes, as the case 
may be, under subsection 7 (10) of the 
Housing Development Act, under subsection 
498 (4) of the Municipal Act and under sub- 
section 46 (9) of the Power Corporation 
Act. O. Reg. 43/84, s. 1. 

2. — (1) The apportionable sum required by a divi- 
sional board for public school purposes for 1984 shall 
be apportioned among the municipalities and localities 
in the school division in the ratio, correct to five places 
of decimals, of the equalized assessment for such 
municipalities or localities for public school purposes. 

(2) The amount apportioned to a municipality or 
locality by a divisional board for public school pur- 
poses shall be the sum of, 

(a) the amount apportioned under subsection (1) 
to the municipality or locality except that 
such amount shall not exceed the amount 
that would be apportioned to the municipal- 
ity or locality if the apportionable sum 
required by the board for public school pur- 
poses for 1984 were apportioned among the 
municipalities and localities in the school 
division in the ratio of equalized assessment 
for public school purposes for such 
municipalities and localities that are calcu- 
lated by adjusting the assessments as defined 
in Ontario Regulation, General Legislative 
Grants, 1984 by the 1979 assessment equali- 
zation factors for the municipalities and 
localities that are published in Schedule B to 
Ontario Regulation 108/79; 

(b) expenditures applicable to the locality that 
are incurred for 1984 by the divisional board 
in performing the duties of a municipal coun- 
cil and that are charged to public school pur- 
poses; and 

(c) the payments in lieu of taxes for 1984 in 
respect of the municipality or locality for 
public school purposes and the amount allo- 
cated by the municipality under subsection 
161 (22) of the Municipal Act to the divisional 
board for 1984 for public school purposes, 

adjusted where required under subsection 219 (2) or (3) 
of the Act or section 210 thereof. O. Reg. 43/84, s. 2. 

3. — (1) The apportionable sum required by a divi- 
sional board for secondar\' school purposes for 1984 
shall be apportioned among the municipalities and 
localities in the school division in the ratio, correct to 
five places of decimals, of the equalized assessment for 
such municipalities or localities for secondary school 
purposes. 

(2) The amount apportioned to a municipality or 
locality by a divisional board for secondarj' school 
purposes shall be the sum of. 



85 



686 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 43/84 



(a) the amount apportioned under subsection (1) 
to the municipality or locality except that 
such amount shall not exceed the amount 
that would be apportioned to the municipal- 
ity or locality if the apportionable sum 
required by the board for secondary school 
purposes for 1984 were apportioned among 
the municipalities and localities in the school 
division in the ratio of equalized assessment 
for secondary school purposes for such 
municipalities and localities that are calcu- 
lated by adjusting the assessments as defined 
in Ontario Regulation, General Legislative 
Grants, 1984 by the 1979 assessment equali- 
zation factors for the municipalities and 
localities that are published in Schedule B to 
Ontario Regulation 108/79; 

(b) expenditures applicable to the locality that 
are incurred for 1984 by the divisional board 
in performing the duties of a municipal coun- 
cil and that are charged to secondary school 
purposes; and 

(c) the payments in lieu of taxes for 1984 in 
respect of the municipality or locality for sec- 
ondary school purposes and the amount allo- 
cated by the municipality under subsection 
161 (22) of the Municipal Act to the divisional 
board for 1984 for secondary school pur- 
poses, 

adjusted where required under subsection 2 19 (2) or (3) 
of the Act or section 2 10 thereof. O. Reg. 43/84, s. 3. 

4. — (1) Where adjustments required under section 
219 of the Act are in respect of part or parts of a 
municipality or locality, the school board shall provide 
with its requisition on the municipality or locality, 
sufficient information in respect of the adjustments to 
enable the amount required for public or secondary 
school purposes, as the case may be, in respect of the 
part or parts of the municipality or locality to be 
determined. 

(2) Where for the purpose of levy in 1984, a munici- 
pality, other than a municipality where there has been 
a different assessment generally of real property under 



section 70 of the Assessment Act, is required under any 
Act to apportion the amount to be raised for municipal 
purposes among two or more defined areas within the 
municipality, the amounts requisitioned on the 
municipality in 1 984 by a divisional board of education 
for public or secondary school purposes, as the case 
may be, exclusive of amounts in respect of payments in 
lieu of taxes, amounts allocated under subsection 161 
(22) of the Municipal Act and adjustments required 
under section 219 of the Education Act shall, for pur- 
pose of levy in 1984, be apportioned by the municipal- 
ity among such defined areas in the ratio correct to five 
places of decimals of the equalized assessments for the 
defined areas for public or secondary school purposes, i 
as the case may be, and for such purpose, the 
equalized assessment for the defined area shall be 
deemed to be the sum of, 

(a) the taxable residential and farm assessment; ( 
and 

(b) the quotient obtained by dividing by .85, the 
taxable commercial assessment, 

included in the last revised assessment roll for such 
defined area used for taxation purposes in 1984, 
equalized by using the 1979 assessment equalization 
factors set out in Schedule B to Ontario Regulation 
108/79. 

(3) The amount that is apportioned under sections 2 
and 3 to a locality which is territory without municipal 
organization and for which, in respect of parts of such 
locality, different assessment equalization factors for 
1979 were set out in Schedule B to Ontario Regulation 
108/79, may instead of being attributable to the entire 
locality, be allocated by the board in a manner accept- 
able to the Minister to such parts of the locality for 
which there were factors in such Schedule. O. Reg. 
43/84, s. 4. 

5. This Regulation applies in respect of the appor- 
tionment of the sum required by a divisional board for 
public school purposes and the sum required by a divi- 
sional board for secondary school purposes for the year 
1984. O. Reg. 43/84, s. S. 

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EDUCATION ACT 

O. Reg. 44/84. 

General Legislative Grants, 1984 
Made— Januar\- 19th, 1984. 
Approved — Januar>- 27th, 1984. 
Filed— Januan.' 27th, 1984. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
EDUCATION ACT 

GENERAL LEGISLATIVE GRANTS, 1984 

1. In this Regulation the following definitions apply 
I except where otherwise provided in respect of a Part or 
; section: 

I 1. "assessment" for a vear means the sum of, 

i 

i. the residential and farm assessment as 

defined in clause 220 (b) of the Act, 

and 

ii. the quotient obtained by dividing by 
0.85 the commercial assessment as 
defined in clause 220 (a) of the Act, 

1 that is rateable for the purposes of the board, 

except that reference to the last revised 
assessment roll in the said clauses 220 (a) and 
(b) shall, for the purposes of this Regulation, 
be deemed to be reference to the last revised 

' assessment roll used for taxation purposes in 

the year; 

2. "A.E.F. for 1984" for a municipality or loc- 
ality, means the assessment equalization 
factor which is determined by averaging the 
Provincial Equalization Factors in respect of 
the municipality or locality that are pub- 
lished for 1980, 1981, 1982 and 1983 in 
accordance with subsection 55 (3) of the 
Assessment Act in respect of the municipality 
or locality, or 

i. where part of an area for which the 
Ministry of Revenue has published a 
Provincial Equalization Factor is 
approved by the Minister for designa- 
tion as a municipality or locality for 
the purpose of this Regulation, the 
Provincial Equalization Factors cor- 
rect to two places of decimals for 
1980. 1981, 1982 and 1983 used for 
calculating the A.E.F. for 1984 for 
such municipality or locality are the 
factors that the Ministn,- of Revenue 
designates as being applicable to such 
part, or 

ii. where because of adjustments to 
assessment in a municipality or local- 
ity in accordance with section 63 or 



section 70 of the Assessment Act, the 
1980, 1981, 1982 or 1983 Provincial 
Equalization Factor that is published 
in respect of such municipality or loc- 
ality is deemed by the Minister to be 
inappropriate for the purposes of this 
Regulation, the Provincial Equaliza- 
tion Factors used for calculating the 
A.E.F. for 1984 for such municipality 
or locality are the factors that the 
Ministn,- of Revenue considers appro- 
priate, or 

iii. where an equalization factor is deter- 
mined under subsection 55 (6) or (7) of 
the Assessment Act, with the approv al 
of the Minister the equalization factor 
so determined; 

3. "A.E.F. for 1979" for a municipality or loc- 
ality, means the 1979 assessment equaliza- 
tion factor for the municipality or locality set 
out in Schedule B to Ontario Regulation 108/ 
79 except that where such schedule provides 
factors in respect of parts of a municipality or 
locality, the assessment equalization factor 
for 1979 is the weighted average correct to 
two places of decimals of the factors for the 
parts of the municipality or locality in such 
Schedule B weighted with regard to the 
assessment for the board as defined in clauses 
220 (a) and (b ) of the Act according to the last 
revised assessment roll used for taxation pur- 
poses in 1979 that is in respect of such parts, 
or as adjusted by the Minister; 

4. "A.E.F. change index" for a municipality or 
locality, means the quotient correct to four 
places of decimals obtained by dividing. 

i. the A.E.F. for 1979 for the munici- 
pality or locality, 



by, 



ii. the product of 2.60 and the assess- 
ment equalization factor for 1984 for 
the municipality or locality; 

5. "A.D.E." means average daily enrolment 
calculated correct to two places of decimals 
under Regulation 256 of Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1980; 

6. "capital appurtenances" means, 

i. sites and additions and improvements 
thereto, 

ii. school buildings, including permanent 
fixtures thereof, and additions, alter- 
ations and renovations thereto, 

iii. buildings that are not schools, 
including permanent fixtures thereof, 



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and additions, alterations and reno- 
vations to such buildings and perma- 
nent fixtures, 

iv. vehicles and watercraft used for the 
transportation of pupils, and 
replacements of such vehicles and 
watercraft, and 

v. furniture and equipment and 
replacements thereof and library 
resource materials for the initial 
equipping of a library resource centre, 
but excluding therefrom items refer- 
red to in subparagraph iv and perma- 
nent fixtures of a building; 

7. "capital element included in rent" in respect 
of rental of computer equipment for instruc- 
tional purposes and rental of accommodation 
and school sites means, for a board, the total 
rental revenue or rental expenditure, as the 
case may be, that is in excess of the cost of 
services that are included as part of the rental 
contract, except that in the case of rental of 
computer equipment or accommodation for 
instructional purposes, the capital element 
in rent cannot be less than the portion 
designated by the Minister for inclusion in 
the determination of the recognized extra- 
ordinary expenditure of the board; 

8. "continuing education A.D.E. for grant pur- 
poses for 1984" means, for a board, the sum 
of, 

i. the portion of the A.D.E. for 1984 
calculated under clause 2 (c) of Regu- 
lation 256 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980, that is in respect of 
resident-internal pupils enrolled in 
evening classes established by the 
board in a course approved by the 
Minister, 

a. established for adults for 
which credit is granted and in 
the case of a public or separate 
school board the course is in 
the intermediate division and 
A.D.E. in respect of such 
courses conducted by a public 
or separate school board is 
multiplied by 1.23, 

b. of basic literacy or basic num- 
eracy for adults, 

c. of citizenship and language 
instruction for landed immi- 
grants, or 

d. of English or French as a sec- 
ond language for adults whose 
first language is neither 
English nor French, 



and in the ca.se of a cour.se described 
in sub-subparagraph a. for French- 
speaking adults in which French is the 
language of instruction or in llic case 
of a course described in sub— ii. para- 
graph b., c. or d. where the number of 
pupils in an evening class is fewer 
than fifteen, such number shall be 
increased by five to a maximum of 
fifteen for the purpose of calculating 
the A.D.E., and 

an equivalent A.D.E. in respect of 
courses for which credit is granted 
that are given in a non-classroom 
instruction mode of delivery using 
correspondence education material 
produced by the Minister or other self- 
study material acceptable to the 
Minister where the courses are offered 
by the board, 

a. in 1984 to pupils other than 
full-time pupils as defined in 
clause 1 (6) of Regulation 256 
of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 or other than 
pupils recorded as full-time 
pupils under Ontario Regula- 
tion 532/83, and 

b. in July and August of 1984 to 
the full-time pupils referred to 
in sub-subparagraph a, 

calculated as the sum in respect of 
each such course taken by said pupils 
of the product of, 

c. .005 in the case of a secondary 
school board or the product of 
1.23 and .005 in the case of a 
public or separate school 
board, and 

d. the number of assignments in 
respect of a course that are 
completed by the pupil and 
evaluated by the board in 
1984, except that the 
maximum number of assign- 
ments for a course that may be 
recognized for this purpose is 
twenty for each credit that may 
be granted for the course and 
where less than a credit is 
granted for the course, the 
maximum number is such 
number as most closely corres- 
ponds to the proportion of 
credit granted and in each case 
the said maximum is reduced 
by the number of assignmentf 
in respect of the course recog- 
nized for grant purposes in 
1983; 



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9. "current cost of operating for 1984" means, 
for a board, total current expenditure for 
1984 less the sum of, 

i. current expenditure for 1984 for, 

a. the capital element included in 
rent payable, 

b. transportation of pupils and 
persons qualified to be resident 
pupils to and from a school, a 
facility referred to in subsec- 
tion 166 (2) of the Act or a 
centre referred to in subsection 
166 (3) thereof, 

c. transportation of pupils from 
one school to another school or 
a facility referred to in subsec- 
tion 166 (2) of the Act, where 
such transportation is of a kind 
that is eligible for approval by 
the Minister as R.E.E., 

d. board, lodging and weekly 
transportation of pupils under 
sections 78 and 166 of the Act, 

e. capital appurtenances referred 
to in subparagraphs i, ii, iii 
and iv of paragraph 6, 

f. capital appurtenances referred 
to in subparagraph v of para- 
graph 6 that have not been 
designated by the board as 
ordinary expenditure, 

g. debt charges, 

h. tuition fees in respect of resi- 
dent external pupils of the 
board, 

i. P.A.C. in respect of resident- 
external pupils of the board, 

j. relocation of portable class- 
rooms, 

k. restoration of destroyed and 
damaged capital appurte- 
nances, and 

1. interest on short-term bor- 
rowings for the period between 
the date of issue and date of 
sale of debentures for the 
purchase of capital appurte- 
nances, 

ii. the sum of. 



a. tax adjustments. 



b. the costs of performing the 
duties of a municipal council in 
territory without municipal 
organization, 

c. provision for a reserve for 
working funds, 

d. provision for a reserve for tax 
reduction in 1985, 

e. allocation to reserve funds, 
and 

iii. current revenue for 1984 from sources 
other than from, 

a. general legislative grants 
except payments under sub- 
section 11 (3), section 15, sub- 
sections 16 (1) and (4) and sec- 
tion 41, 

b. taxes, including subscriptions 
in lieu of taxes, payments in 
lieu of taxes and trailer fees, 

c. tuition fees in respect of non- 
resident pupils of the board, 

d. the pupil accommodation 
charges in respect of non-resi- 
dent pupils of the board, 

e. the capital element included in 
rent receivable, 

f. disposal of capital appurte- 
nances, 

g. insurance proceeds in respect 
of capital appurtenances, 

h. transfers from other funds, 

i. transfers from a reserve for 
working funds, 

j. transfer from a reserve for tax 
reduction in 1984, 

k. accrued interest on debentures 
sold in 1984 at date of sale 
thereof, 

1. interest earned on capital 
funds, 

m. reimbursements of expenditure 
for transportation of pupils 
including payments under sec- 
tions 35 and 36, 

n. grants, except general legisla- 
tive grants, or other reim- 



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bursements for capital expen- 
diture from the revenue fund, 
and 

o. donations directed in writing 
by the donor to the purchase of 
a capital appurtenance and so 
applied; 

10. "day school weighted A.D.E. for grant pur- 
poses for 1984" means the sum of, 

i. the product of the G.W.F. for 1984 
for the board and the sum of, 

a. the portion of the A.D.E. for 
1984 calculated under clauses 
2 (a) and (b) of Regulation 256 
of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 that is in respect 
of resident-internal pupils of 
the board other than pupils 
enrolled in schools or classes 
for trainable retarded pupils, 

b. the product of an enrolment 
weighting factor of 0.23 and 
the portion of the A.D.E. for 
1984 calculated under clauses 
2 (a) and (b) of Regulation 256 
of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 that is in respect 
of resident-internal elementary 
school pupils of the board who 
are enrolled in grade 9 or 10 
and are taking a program in 
which the majority of the 
courses of study are for credit 
toward the Secondary School 
Graduation Diploma or 
Ontario Secondary School 
Diploma, and 



c. the amount in respect of 
declining enrolment that is cal- 
culated as follows, 

E X [(A X C) + (B X D)], cor- 
rect to two places of decimals. 

Where: 

E = the sum of the amounts 
calculated in sub-sub- 
paragraphs a and b. 



A = ADE 83 



1) correct to 



ADE 84 
four places of decimals, 



ADE 82 



1) correct to 



ADE 83 
four places of decimals. 



0.6 if A is greater than 
zero and E is less than 
4,000, or 

0.3 if A is greater than 
zero and E is equal to or 
greater than 14,000, or 

,, , E-4,000 , 

0.6 X 1 -( 1 ) , 

20,000 

correct to four places of 

decimals, if A is greater 

than zero and E is greater 

than 4,000 but less than 

14,000, or 

1.0 if A is equal to or less 
than zero, 

0.3 if B is greater than 
zero and E is less than 
4,000, or 

0.15 if B is greater than 
zero and E is equal to or 
greater than 14,000, or 

E-4,000 



0.3 X [ 1- 



)], 



20,000 

correct to four places of 
decimals, if B is greater 
than zero and E is greater 
than 4,000 but less than 
14,000, or 

= 0.0 if B is equal to or less 
than zero, 

and where ADE 84, ADE 83 
and ADE 82 means the A.D.E. 
for years 1984, 1983 and 1982 
respectively for the board in 
respect of resident-internal and 
non-resident day school pupils 
calculated under clauses 2 
(a) and (b) of Regulation 256 
of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980, except pupils 
enrolled in schools or classes 
for trainable retarded pupils, 

and where the amount so cal- 
culated is a negative amount, it 
shall be zero, and 



ii. the product of, 

a. the T.R.W.F 
board, and 



for 1984 for the 



the portion of the A.D.E. foi 
1984 calculated under clauses 
2 (a) and (b) of Regulation 256^ 
of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 that is in respect 
of resident-internal pupils of 



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the board enrolled in schools or 
classes for trainable retarded 
pupils; 

11. "elementar\' school pupil" means a pupil who 
is enrolled in an elementary school and who, 
as at the beginning of the school year, has 
completed fewer than eleven credits, or their 
equivalent, toward the Secondary School 
Gradulation Diploma or a pupil who, during 
the summer next following the completion of 
eleven such credits, is enrolled in a summer 
school program operated by a public or sepa- 
rate school board; 

12. "eligible sum for French as a second language 
for 1984" means, 

i. for a public or separate school board, 
the sum of, 

a. the product of $103 and the 
enrolment for a program in 
classes established in the prim- 
ary and junior divisions for 
pupils whose first language is 
not French of an average of, 

I. 20 or more minutes but 
less than 40 minutes per 
school day of instruction 
in French, or 

II. 40 or more minutes but 
less than 150 minutes per 
school day of instruction 
in French in the case of 
pupils who as at the 
beginning of the school 
year, have accumulated 
fewer than 120 hours of 
such instruction, 

b. the product of $154 and the 
enrolment for a program of an 
average of 40 or more minutes 
but less than 150 minutes per 
school day of instruction in 
French in classes established 
for pupils whose first language 
is not French and who, as at 
the beginning of the school 
year, have accumulated, 

I. 120 or more hours but less 
than 360 hours of such 
instruction in the case of 
pupils enrolled in the 
primar>' or junior divi- 
sion, and 

II. 240 or more hours but less 
than 360 hours of such 
instruction in the case of 
pupils enrolled in the 
intermediate division, 



c. the product of $211 and the 
enrolment for a program in 
classes established for pupils 
whose first language is not 
French of an average of, 

I. 150 minutes or more per 
school day of instruction 
in French for pupils other 
than pupils enrolled in 
junior kindergarten or 
kindergarten, 

II. 75 minutes or more per 
school day of instruction 
in French for pupils 
enrolled in junior kinder- 
garten or kindergarten, or 

ni. 40 or more minutes, but 
less than 150 minutes per 
school day of instruction 
in French in the case of 
pupils who, as at the 
beginning of the school 
year, have accumulated at 
least 360 hours of such 
instruction, and 

d. the product of $70 and the 
enrolment for a program in 
classes established in the 
intermediate division for 
pupils whose first language is 
not French of an average of, 

I. 20 or more minutes but 
less than 40 minutes per 
school day of instruction 
in French, or 

n. 40 or more minutes but 
less than 150 minutes per 
school day of instruction 
in French in the case of 
pupils who, as at the 
beginning of the school 
year, have accumulated 
fewer than 240 hours of 
such instruction, 

ii. for a secondary school board, the sum 
of, 

a. the products obtained by mul- 
tiplying $28 by the enrolment 
for a program in the subject of 
French that is established for 
pupils whose first language is 
not French and who, 

I. are enrolled in grade 9 or 
10 and have accumulated, 
as at the beginning of the 
school year, fewer than 



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360 hours of instruction in 
French, or 

II. are enrolled in grade 11, 
12 or 13 and have 
accumulated, as at the 
beginning of the school 
year, fewer than S40 
hours of instruction in 
French, 

and by the number of credits 
that may be granted to a pupil 
for successful completion of 
such program, 

b. the products obtained by mul- 
tiplying $42 by the enrolment 
for a program in the subject of 
French that is established for 
pupils whose first language is 
not French and who, 

I. are enrolled in grade 9 or 
10 and have accumulated, 
as at the beginning of the 
school year, 360 or more 
hours but less than 540 
hours of instruction in 
French, or 

II. are enrolled in grade 11, 
12 or 13 and have 
accumulated, as at the 
beginning of the school 
year, 540 or more hours 
but less than 720 hours of 
instruction in French, 

and by the number of credits 
that are granted to a pupil for 
successful completion of the 
program, 

c. the products obtained by mul- 
tiplying $56 by the enrolment 
for a program in the subject of 
French that is established for 
pupils whose first language is 
not French and who, 

I. are enrolled in grade 9 or 
10 and have accumulated 
as at the beginning of the 
school year, at least 540 
hours of instruction in 
French, or 

II. are enrolled in grade 11, 
12 or 13 and have 
accumulated, as at the 
beginning of the school 
year, at least 720 hours of 
instruction in French, 



and by the number of credits 
that are granted to a pupil for 
successful completion of the 
program, and 

d. the products obtained by mul- 
tiplying the enrolment for a 
program established for pupils 
whose first language is not 
French and in which a subject 
other than French is taught in 
the French language, by the 
number of credits that may be 
granted to a pupil for such 
subject, and by, 

I. in the case of pupils 
enrolled in grade 9 or 10, 

$70, and 

II. in the case of pupils 
enrolled in grade 11, 12 or 

13, $108; 

13. "eligible sum for French as a first language 
for 1984" means, 

i. for a public or separate school board, 
the sum of, 

a. the product of $211 and the 
enrolment for a program in a 
school or class that is estab- 
lished under section 258 of the 
Act and in which French is the 
language of instruction, and 

b. where in 1984 the board estab- 
lishes under section 258 of the 
Act a class in which French is 
the language of instruction in 
an elementary school where no 
such class was provided prior 
to the 2nd day of September, 
1974 and such class is 
approved by the Minister for 
grant purposes, 

I. $5,400 if the class estab- 
lished in 1984 is the first, 

II. $3,240 if the class estab- 
lished in 1984 is the sec- 
ond, 

III. $2,160 if the class estab- 
lished in 1984 is the third, 
such class in the school, 

ii. for a secondary school board, the 
products obtained by multiplying the 
enrolment for a program in a class 
established under section 261 of the 
Act in which French is the language of • 
instruction in a subject, by the 



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number of credits that may be granted 
to a pupil for such subject or by one in 
the case of a subject offered in a day 
school in a course for which no credit 
may be granted and for which a 
minimum of 110 hours has been 
scheduled, and by, 

a. in the case of pupils enrolled in 
grade 9 or 10, $64, or 

b. in the case of pupils enrolled in 
grade 11, 12 or 13, $70, 

except that the maximum number of 
credits or courses for which no credit 
may be granted that may be taken 
into account for the purpose of this 
sub-subparagraph in respect of any 
one pupil is five, and 

iii. for a public, separate or secondar>- 
school board in respect of its operation 
of a school or class for trainable 
retarded pupils where French is the 
language of instruction, the product of 
the enrolment for the program at such 
school or class and $211; 

14. "enrolment for a program" means the sum of, 

i. the product of the number of resident- 
internal pupils and non-resident 
pupils of the board who on the last 
school day of September, 1983 are 
registered in the program and 0.6, and 

ii. the product of the number of resident- 
internal pupils and non-resident 
pupils of the board who on the last 
school day of September, 1984 are 
registered in the program and 0.4; 

15. "E.A." means equalized assessment; 

16. "E.A. for a board" means the lesser of, 

i. the sum of the E.A. for the 
municipalities or localities within the 
jurisdiction of the board, and 

ii. the product of 2.60 and the sum of the 
amounts for the municipalities or 
localities within the jurisdiction of the 
board that are determined under sub- 
paragraph i of paragraph 17, 

except in the case of a separate school board 
where the municipalities or localities within 
its jurisdiction are not all within the jurisdic- 
tion of one public school board, in which case 
the lesser of the amounts referred to in sub- 
paragraphs i and ii shall be determined sepa- 
rately for the municipalities or localities 
within the jurisdiction of each public school 



board and in respect of any other localities 
that are not within the jurisdiction of any 
public school board, and the E.A. for such 
separate school board shall be the sum of the 
lesser amounts so determined; 

17. "E.A. for a municipality or locality" means 
the product of, 

i. the quotient obtained by dividing the 
product of 100 and the sum of the 
assessment for 1984 and the equiva- 
lent assessment for the municipality or 
locality by the A.E.F. for 1979, 

ii. the quotient correct to four places of 
decimals obtained by dividing the 
A.E.F. for 1979 by the A.E.F. for 
1984, and 

iii. where the A.E.F. change index for a 
municipality or locality is, 

a. less than .9, the quotient cor- 
rect to four places of decimals 
obtained by dividing .9 by 
such A.E.F. change index, 

b. greater than .8999 and less 
than 1.1001, one (1.0), or 

c. greater than 1.1, the quotient 
correct to four places of deci- 

i/O ; f mals obtained by dividing 1.1 

by such A.E.F. change index; 

18. "equivalent assessment for a municipality or 
locality" means, for a board, the amount of 
assessment that would yield an amount equal 
to the sums payable or allocated by the 
municipality or locality to the board in 1984 
in respect of, 

i. the tax levied under subsections 161 
(12) and (13) of the Municipal Act and 
adlocated under subsection 161 (22) 
thereof, 

ii. payments in lieu of taxes for 1984, and 

iii. subscriptions in lieu of taxes for 1984, 

if such assessment were levied upon at the 
rate levied in 1983 in the municipality or loc- 
ality for the purposes of the board on resi- 
dential and farm assessment, or such amount 
as adjusted by the Minister; 

19. "expenditure for relocation of a portable 
classroom" means the expenditure incurred 
for moving a portable classroom from one 
school site to another and includes expendi- 
ture for dismantling, moving, installation of 
connections to site services and for obtaining 
the necessary inspections and permits; 



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20. "G.W.F. for 1984" means, for a board, the 
grant weighting factor in respect of the board 
which is provided by regulation; 

21. "isolate board" means a district school area 
board, a rural separate school board or a sec- 
ondary school board that has an enrolment of 
resident-internal and non-resident pupils on 
the first school day of January, 1984, of 300 
or fewer and includes or excludes a district 
school area board, a rural separate school 
board or a secondary school board that is 
included or excluded by the Minister; 

22. "maximum recognized day school O.E. for 
1984" means, for a board, the sum of. 



A+B-(Cx-^±^ 
OE+C 

places of decimals 



-), correct to two 



A+B 

except where ^^ ^ is greater than 1 it 



OE+C 



shall be 1, and 

where, 

A = the product of the portion of the day 
school weighted A.D.E. for grant 
purposes for 1984 described in sub- 
paragraph i of paragraph 10 of section 
1 and $2,297 in the case of a public or 
separate school board, or $3,140 in 
the case of a secondary school board, 

B = the product of the portion of the day 
school weighted A.D.E. for grant 
purposes for 1984 described in sub- 
paragraph ii of paragraph 10 of sec- 
tion 1 and $2,297, 

C= the excess of, 

a. the total for 1984 of the 
salaries, wages and related 
employee benefits that are not 
payable to teachers and other 
employees of the board 
because of the strike or lockout 
other than such salaries, wages 
and employee benefits for 
instruction of summer schools, 
heritage language classes, 
driver education classes and 
courses referred to in para- 
graph 8 of section 1, 

over, 

b. the expenditures incurred by 
the board that, in the opinion 
of the Minister, are attributa- 
ble to the strike or lockout of 
the employees for which the 
salary and wage savings are 



included in a. except a provi- 
sion for a reserve for tax 
reduction, and 

OE=O.E. for 1984; 

23. "non-resident pupil" of a board means a 
pupil who is enrolled at a school operated by 
the board, 

i. in respect of whom, 

a. the Minister pays the cost of 
education, 

b. the board charges a fee to 
another board, 

c. the board may charge a fee to 
Canada, to a board appointed 
under section 70 of the Act or 
to a source outside Ontario, or 

d. the board may charge a fee to a 
band, the council of a band or 
education authority that is 
authorized by the Crown in 
right of Canada to provide 
education for Indians, 

ii. who is a registered Indian residing on 
a reserve as defined in the Indian Act 
(Canada), or 

iii. who is a pupil in Canada as a visitor 
or as a student under the Immigration 
Act, 1976 (Canada) for whom the 
board is required under subsection 48 
(6) of the Act to charge the maximum 
fee calculated in accordance with the 
regulations, 

other than a pupil from outside Ontario 
enrolled at the school under a student 
exchange program approved by the board; 

24. "O.E. for 1984" means ordinary expenditure 
for 1984 and, in respect of a board, is the 
current cost of operating for 1984 increased 
by, 

i. tuition fees in respect of resident- 
external pupils of the board, 

and reduced by, 

ii. the eligible sum for French as a first 
language and the eligible sum for 
French as a second language for 1984 
in respect of the board, and 

iii. revenue for 1984 from, 

a. cost of education payable 
under sections 27, 29, 30, i2 



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and 34 reduced by the P.A.C. 
included in such cost of educa- 
tion, 

b. tuition fees in respect of non- 
resident pupils of the board, 

c. grant for heritage language 
instruction, and 

d. grants for special educational 
programs and services deter- 
mined under sections 13 and 
14; 

25. "payment in lieu of taxes for 1984" means, in 
respect of a municipality, the sum of, 

i. the amounts payable by the munici- 
pality to the board for 1984 under 
subsection 7 (10) of the Housing 
Development Act, under subsection 
498 (4) of the Municipal Act and 
under subsection 46 (9) of the Power 
Corporation Act, 

ii. the amount paid by the municipality 
to the board in 1984 that is in excess of 
the amount requisitioned by the board 
and which is in respect of an alloca- 
tion of taxes or payments in lieu of 
taxes other than the amount receiva- 
ble by the board under section 34 of 
the Assessment Act, and 

iii. the amounts receivable by the board 
in 1984 in respect of subscriptions in 
lieu of taxes; 

26. "psychiatric facility" means a children's 
mental health centre established or approved 
under the Children's Mental Health Services 
Act, or a facility designated as a psychiatric 
facility under the Mental Health Act and 
includes the private hospital known as "The 
Villa" and located in the Town of Vaughan; 

27. "P.A.C." means pupil accommodation 
charge which, for a pupil of A.D.E., is $103 
in the case of an elementary school pupil or a 
pupil enrolled in a class or school for train- 
able retarded pupils and $206 in the case of a 
secondary school pupil; 

28. "R.E.E. for 1984" means recognized 
extraordinary expenditure for 1984 which, in 
respect of a board, is the sum of the current 
expenditure for 1984 for, 

i. the portion approved by the Minister 
for grant purposes for the transporta- 
tion of, 

a. resident-internal pupils and 
resident-external pupils of the 



board to and from school and 
from school to school, except 
where the parent or guardian 
of a pupil contributes, other 
than by taxation, to the cost of 
such transportation that the 
board provides, and 

b. persons qualiHed to be resident 
pupils of the board to and from 
the schools and facilities refer- 
red to in subsection 166 (2) of 
the Act and the centres refer- 
red to in subsection 166 (3) 
thereof, 

ii. the portion approved by the Minister 
for board, lodging and transportation 
to school and return once a week of 
resident-internal pupils and resident- 
external pupils of the board, 

iii. debt charges payable in 1984 by the 
board or on its behalf by a municipal- 
ity or a county in respect of the por- 
tion of a debenture approved by the 
Minister for grant purposes, 

iv. capital appurtenances, that is the sum 
of, 

a. the portion of the items refer- 
red to in subparagraphs i, ii 
and iii of paragraph 6 that is 
approved by the Minister for 
general legislative grant pur- 
poses other than capital pro- 
jects eligible for grant under 
section 39, and the restoration 
of such items up to the amount 
of the proceeds of insurance in 
respect of their loss, 

b. l;he portion of the items refer- 
red to in subparagraph iv of 
paragraph 6 that is approved 
by the Minister for grant pur- 
poses, 

c. the portion of the items refer- 
red to in subparagraph v of 
paragraph 6 that, 

I. has not been designated 
by the board as O.K., 

n. is not eligible for grant 
under subsection 16 (3) or 
section 39, and 

III. is approved by the Minis- 
ter for grant purposes, 

d. the restoration of the items 
referred to in subparagraphs iv 



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and V of paragraph 6 up to the 
amount of the proceeds of 
insurance in respect of their 
loss, 

e. the lesser of, 

I. expenditure for items 
referred to in subpara- 
graph V of paragraph 6 of 
section 1 less the sum of, 

A. such expenditure 
included in sub-sub- 
paragraph c or d, 

B. such expenditure 
eligible for grant 
under subsection 16 
(3) or section 39, 

C. such expenditure 
designated by the 
board as O.E. for 
1984, and 

D. current revenue for 
1984 from donations 
that is not deducted 
in the determination 
of current cost of 
operating under sub- 
subparagraph o of 
subparagraph iii of 
paragraph 9 of sec- 
tion 1 except such 
revenue from dona- 
tions that is applied 
to expenditure for 
capital appurte- 
nances that is other 
than expenditure for 
furniture and equip- 
ment included in this 
sub-sub-subpara- 
graph 1, 

and, 

II. the sum of, 

A. current revenue for 
1984 from the sale or 
disposal of items 
referred to in sub- 
paragraph V of para- 
graph 6, 

B. the product of $11.00 
in the case of a public 
or separate school 
board or $17.25 in 
the case of a secon- 
dary school board 
and the sum of the 



portion of the day 
school weighted 
A.D.E. for grant 
purposes for 1984 for 
the board described 
in subparagraph i of 
paragraph 10 of sec- 
tion 1 and the portion 
of the summer school 
weighted A.D.E. for 
1984 for the board 
described in sub- 
paragraphs i and iii 
of paragraph 33 of 
section 1, and 

C. the product of $11.00 
and the sum of the 
portion of the day 
school weighted 
A.D.E. for grant 
purposes for 1984 for 
the board described 
in subparagraph ii of 
paragraph 10 of sec- 
tion 1 and the portion 
of the summer school 
weighted A.D.E. for 
grant purposes for 
1984 for the board 
described in sub- 
paragraph ii of para- 
graph 33 of section 1, 

less the portion of the revenue in 1984 
from the sale or disposal of, and from 
insurance proceeds in respect of capi- 
tal appurtenances that is designated 
by the Minister as deductible from 
R.E.E. for 1984, 

V. the portion approved by the Minister 
for grant purposes of the capital ele- 
ment included in rent payable in 1984, 

vi. the P.A.C. for 1984 in respect of resi- 
dent-external pupils of the board, and 

vii. the portion of the expenditure in 1984 
for the relocation of a portable class- 
room that is not in excess of $3,150 
where such relocation has been 
approved by the Minister, 

less the sum of, 

viii. the P.A.C. for 1984 in respect of non- 
resident pupils of the board, and 

ix. the portion of the capital element 
included in rent receivable for 1984 
that is designated by the Minister as 
deductible from R.E.E.; 



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29. "R.O.E. for 1984" means recognized ordi- 
nary expenditure for 1984 which, in respect 
of a board, is the lesser of, 

i. the O.E. for 1984, and 
ii. the sum of, 

a. the maximum recognized day 
school O.E. for 1984, 

b. the T.Q.E.A. for 1984, 

c. the product of the continuing 
education A.D.E. for grant 
purposes for 1984, $2,297 in 
the case of a public or separate 
school board or $3,140 in the 
case of a secondary school 
board, and the G.W.F. for 
1984 for the board, 

d. the sum of, 

I. the product of the portion 
of the summer school 
weighted A.D.E. for 
grant purposes for 1984 
described in subpara- 
graphs i and iii of para- 
graph 33 of section 1 and 
$2,297 in the case of a 
public or separate school 
board or $3,140 in the 
case of a secondary school 
board, and 



II. the product of the portion 
of the summer school 
weighted A.D.E. for 
grant purposes for 1984 
described in subpara- 
graph ii of paragraph 33 
of section 1 and $2,297, 
and 



e. in the case of a secondary 
school board, the product of 
$3,140, the G.W.F. for 1984 
for the board and the portion 
of the A.D.E. calculated under 
clause 2 (c) of Regulation 256 
of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 that is in respect 
of enrolment of resident-inter- 
nal pupils of the board in the 
classroom instruction portion 
of a course in driver education, 
and 



the recognized tuition fees for 
1984; 



30. "recognized tuition fees for 1984" means, in 
respect of a board, the expenditure for tuition 
fees for 1984 for the board, less the sum of, 

i. the product of, 

a. the portion of the A.D.E. for 
1984 determined under Regu- 
lation 256 of Revised Regula- 
tions of Ontario, 1980 that is in 
respect of resident-external 
pupils of the board, other than 
pupils enrolled in schools for 
classes for trainable retarded 
pupils, 

b. $166 in the case of an elemen- 
tary school pupil or $1 19 in the 
case of a secondary school 
pupil, and 

c. the G.W.F. for 1984 for the 
board, and 

ii. the product of, 

a. the number by which the 
A.D.E. for 1984 in respect of 
resident-external pupils of the 
board is increased for fee pur- 
poses by the application of 
factors determined under sub- 
section 6 (2) of Ontario Regu- 
lation, Calculation of Fees for 
pupils that are in respect of 
enrolment in high cost courses 
referred to in clauses 6 (1) (a) 
and {b) of such regulation 
except that where a resident- 
external pupil of an elementary 
school board is enrolled in a 
school or class for trainable 
retarded pupils that is operated 
by a secondary school board, 
the factor in respect of such 
pupil that is determined under 
such subsection 6 (2) shall be 
multiplied by 1.37 for the pur- 
poses of calculating such 
number, 

b. $2,297 in the case of an 
elementary school pupil or a 
pupil who is enrolled in a 
school or class for trainable 
retarded pupils or $3, 140 in the 
case of a secondary school 
pupil, and 

c. the G.W.F. for 1984 for the 
board in the case of an 
elementary or secondary school 
pupil or the T.R.W.F. for 1984 
for the board in the case of a 
pupil enrolled in a school or 
class for trainable retarded 
pupils; 



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31. 



32. 



33. 



"resident-external pupil" of a board means a 
pupil whose fee is payable by the board; 

"resident-internal pupil" of a board means a 
pupil, other than a non-resident pupil, who is 
enrolled at a school operated by the board; 

"summer school weighted A.D.E. for grant 
purposes for 1984" means, in respect of a 
board, the sum of, 

i. the product of, 

a. the G.W.F. 
board, and 



for 1984 for the 



b. the portion of the A.D.E. for 
1984 calculated under clause 2 
(c) of Regulation 256 of 
Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 that is in respect 
of resident-internal pupils of 
the board enrolled in summer 
schools established by the 
board, other than a summer 
school for trainable retarded 
pupils, in a course for which 
credit is granted or in a course 
of study acceptable to the 
Minister that the board is 
authorized or required to pro- 
vide in its day school program 
in grades 1 to 8, 



ii. the product of. 



the T.R.W.F. 
board, and 



for 1984 for the 



the portion of the A.D.E. for 
1984 calculated under clause 2 
(c) of Regulation 256 of 
Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 that is in respect 
of resident-internal pupils of 
the board enrolled in summer 
schools for trainable retarded 
pupils established by the 
board, and 



iii. the product of, 

a. the G.W.F. 
board, and 



for 1984 for the 



b. the product of 0.23 and the 
A.D.E. included in subpara- 
graph i that is in respect of 
pupils enrolled in a summer 
school established by a public 
or separate school board for 
courses in grades 9 and 10 
subjects for which credit is 
granted; 



34. "T.Q.E.A. for 1984" means teacher qualifi- 
cation and experience adjustment for 1984 
which in respect of a board is the product of, 

i. the portion of the day school weighted ' 
A.D.E. for grant purposes for 1984 
that is the sum of the amounts 
described in sub-subparagraphs a, b 
and c of subparagraph i and sub-sub- 
paragraph b of subparagraph ii of 
paragraph 10 of section 1, and 

ii. $2,297 in the case of a public or sepa- 
rate school board or $3, 140 in the case 
of a secondary school board, and 

iii. the teacher qualification and experi- 
ence adjustment factor for 1984 for 
the board provided by regulation, 

reduced, where a strike or lockout of certain 
employees of the board occurs during the 
year 1984, by the products of the items set 
out in subparagraphs i, ii and iii and the ratio 
of the excess described as C in paragraph 22 
of section 1 to the sum of the O.E. for 1984 
and such excess; 

35. "T.R.W.F. for 1984" means trainable 
retarded weighting factor for 1984 which is, 

i. 1.09 for a board where the area of 
jurisdiction of the board is within a 
territorial district that is north of the 
French River and the area of jurisdic- 
tion does not include a city or town 
with a population in excess of 25,000, 

ii. 1.06 for other boards where the area 
of jurisdiction of the board is entirely 
within a territorial district, a district 
municipality or a county that was a 
provisional county in 1982, and 

iii. 1.00 for all other boards; 

36. "tuition fees" means fees for instruction of 
pupils, less any P.A.C. that is included 
therein in respect of such pupils. O. Reg. 

44/84, s. 1. 

2. Any amount, enrolment or rate calculated by the 
application of the definitions in this Regulation and 
used for the purpose of calculating the amount of 
legislative grants payable to a board shall be subject to 
the approval of the Minister. O. Reg. 44/84, s. 2. 

3. — (1) The general legislative grants payable to a 
board other than an isolate board or a board appointed 
under section 70 of the Act in respect of 1984 shall, ■ 
subject to sections 5, 6, 7 and subsection (2), be the 
sum of the amounts calculated under Parts 1, 2, 3, 4, 
5, 6, 7, 10, 11, 12 and 13 of this Regulation. 



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699 



(2) Where in respect of a board referred to in sub- 
section (1) the calculation made to determine a grant 
described under a Part of this Regulation results in a 
negative amount, 

(a) no grant is payable to the board under such 
Part; and 

(b) an amount equal to the negative amount so 
calculated shall be subtracted from the sum 
of the amounts calculated as payable under 
the other Part or Parts of this Regulation, 

and the remainder obtained thereby is the general 
legislative grants payable to such board for 1984. 
(X Reg. 44/84, s. 3. 



4. For the purposes of this Regulation, The Metro- 
politan Toronto School Board and the boards of edu- 
( ation as provided in section 118 of the Municipality of 
Metropolitan Toronto Act shall be deemed to be one 
divisional board of education and the area 
municipalities as provided in section 1 of that Act shall 
be deemed to be one urban municipality. O. Reg. 
44/84, s. 4. 

5. — ( 1) The general legislative grants payable under 
this Regulation shall be calculated for a board of edu- 
cation as though the board were a public school board 
and a secondary school board. 

(2) The grant payable in respect of a public or sepa- 
rate school board shall be applied to such elementary 
i school purposes as the public or separate school board 
considers expedient. 

; (3) The grant payable in respect of a secondary 
' school board shall be applied to such secondary school 
, purposes as the secondary school board considers 
I expedient. O. Reg. 44/84, s. 5. 

6. — (1) Where a board fails to comply with the Acts 
administered by the Minister or the Regulations there- 
under, the Minister may withhold the whole or any 
part of a grant payable until the board has taken the 
action necessary to correct the condition that caused 
the grant to be withheld. 

(2) Where the grant payable under this Regulation 
is, by reason of error, overpaid, the board shall refund 

'the amount of the overpayment to the Province of 
Ontario. 

(3) Where the grant payable under this Regulation 
is, by reason of error, underpaid, the amount of the 
underpayment shall be paid to the board. 

(4) Where the amount payable to a board under a 
i previous regulation was either overpaid or underpaid, 
•the overpayment or underpayment, as the case may 
jbe, shall be added to or deducted from the grant pay- 
Jable under this Regulation to the board that has juris- 
■; diction in the area for which the adjustment is neces- 
sary. 



(5) Where a board is convicted of an offence or is 
held by a court to have contravened an Act, the 
Minister may exclude from grant assistance, the 
expenditure by the board for legal fees payable and 
fines and damage awards imposed in respect of such 
conviction or contravention. O. Reg. 44/84, s. 6. 



7. — ( 1) The calculation and payment of the general 
legislative grants for public, separate and secondary 
school boards for the year 1984 shall be made in 
accordance with the Regulation. 

(2) The grant payable under this Regulation shall be 
paid in the number of instalments and at the times 
designated by the Minister. 

(3) The grant provided by this Regulation shall be 
paid on an estimated basis during 1984 and such 
adjustments as may be necessary shall be made when 
the actual financial data and average daily enrolment 
are available. 

(4) Where the portion of the moneys appropriated 
by the legislature for general legislative grants to 
boards for the provincial fiscal year 1984-85 that is 
allocated by the Minister to pay the balance owing 
under a regulation in respect of general legislative 
grants for a previous year and the instalments payable 
during the provincial fiscal year 1984-85 under this 
Regulation except this subsection is more than suffi- 
cient or insufficient for such purposes, the Minister 
may increase or decrease, as the case may be, the total 
of the grants payable under Part 1 by the amount of 
such surplus or insufficiency by adjusting the mill rates 
referred to in clause 8 (a). O. Reg. 44/84, s. 7. 



Part 1 

grant for recognized ordinary expenditure 

8. A board other than an isolate board or a board 
appointed under section 70 of the Act shall be paid a 
grant equal to the amount obtained by subtracting 
from R.O.E. for 1984 in respect of the board the prod- 
uct of, 

(a) the sum calculated at 4. 796 mills in the dollar 
in the case of a public or separate school 
board, or at 3.634 mills in the dollar in the 
case of a secondary school board, upon the 
E.A. for the board; and 

(b) the quotient, correct to five places of deci- 
mals, obtained by dividing the R.O.E. for 
1984 in respect of the board by the sum of, 

i. the maximum recognized day school 
O.E. for 1984 in respect of the board, 

ii. the amount obtained in respect of the 
board determined under paragraph 22 
of section 1 in respect of the portion of 
the formula therein described as, 



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A+B 

(Cx ) 

OE+C 

iii. the product of, 

a. the sum of, 

I. the portion of the A.D.E. 
for 1984 that is in respect 
of resident-external pupils 
of the board exclusive of 
any increase under the 
provisions of section 6 of 
Ontario Regulation, Cal- 
culation of Fees for 
Pupils, and 

II. the product of 0.23 and 
the portion of such 
A.D.E. that is in respect 
of resident-external 
elementary school pupils 
who are enrolled in grade 
9 or 10 and are taking a 
program in which the 
majority of the courses are 
for credit towards the 
Secondary School Gradu- 
ation Diploma or Ontario 
Secondary School Diplo- 
ma, 

b. the G.W.F. for 1984 for the 
board in the case of a pupil 
other than a pupil enrolled in a 
school or class for trainable 
retarded pupils or the 
T.R.W.F. for 1984 for the 
board in the case of a pupil 
enrolled in a school or class for 
trainable retarded pupils, and 

c. $2,297 in the case of an 
elementary school pupil or a 
pupil enrolled in a school or 
class for trainable retarded 
pupils, or $3,140 in the case 
of a secondary school pupil. 
O. Reg. 44/84, s. 8. 



Part 2 

grant for recognized extraordinary 
expenditure 



9. In this Part, 



(a) 



(b) 



"first level of R.E.E." means, in respect of a 
board, the sum obtained by subtracting from 
R.E.E. for 1984, the second level of R.E.E. ; 



"second level of R.E.E." means, in respect of 
a board, the greater of, 



(i) the excess of. 



a. the sum of the amounts 
included in R.E.E. for 1984, 

I. under subparagraph iii of 
paragraph 28 of section 1 
that are debt charges in 
respect of debentures that 
are issued for the provi- 
sion of an appropriate unit 
of a secondary school or a 
secondary school under 
subsection 261 (4) of the 
Act or subsection 2 72 (1) 
thereof and for which debt 
charges become payable 
for the first time after the 
31st day of December, 
1976, 

II. under subparagraph iv of 
paragraph 28 of section 1 
that are in respect of the 
provision of an appro- 
priate unit of a secondary 
school or a secondary 
school under subsection 
261 (4) of the Act or sub- 
section 2 72 (1) thereof, 
and 

III. under subparagraphs i, ii 
and iii of paragraph 28 of 
section 1, exclusive of 
debt charges referred to in 
sub-sub-subclause I and 
exclusive of the debt 
charges in respect of other 
debentures for which debt 
charges become payable 
for the first time after the 
31st day of December, 
1976, 

over, : 

b. the product of $265 and the; 
day school weighted A.D.E.' 
for grant purposes for 1984 in 
respect of the board, 

except that if such excess is a negative 
amount, it shall be deemed to be zero,; 
and 

(ii) the sum of the amounts referred to ir 
sub-sub-subclauses (i) a. I and II 
O. Reg. 44/84, s. 9. 

10. In respect of R.E.E. for 1984, the grant payable 
to a board other than an isolate board or a boarc 
appointed under section 70 of the Act shall be calcu 
lated as follows, 



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701 



AxBxC DxExC 

[A-( )] + [D-( )] 

lOOxF lOOXF 

Where: 

A = first level R.E.E. for the board, 

B = .000109 for a public or separate school board, 
or 
.000050 for a secondary school board, 

C = E.A. for the board as defined in paragraph 
16 of section 1, 

D = second level R.E.E. for the board, 

E = .000022 for a public or separate school board, 
or 
.000010 for a secondary school board, and 

F = day school weighted A.D.E. for grant pur- 
poses for 1984. O. Reg. 44/84, s. 10. 

Part 3 

grant for french-language instruction 

11. — (1) A board other than an isolate board or a 
board appointed under section 70 of the Act shall be 
paid, in respect of schools and classes established 
under section 258 or 261 of the Act where French is the 
language of instruction, a grant equal to the portion of 
the eligible sum for French as a first language for 1984 
in respect of the board that is determined under para- 
graph 13 of section 1 and that is approved by the 
Minister. 

(2) A board other than an isolate board or a board 
appointed under section 70 of the Act shall be paid, in 
respect of instruction in French in classes established 
for pupils whose first language is not French, a grant 
calculated as follows. 



A-(- 



100 XB 



-xCxD) 



Where: 

A = the portion of the eligible sum for French as a 
second language for 1984 in respect of the 
board that is determined under paragraph 12 
of section 1 and that is approved by the 
Minister, 

B = the sum of, 

(i) the day school weighted A.D.E. for 
grant purposes for 1984 for the board, 

(ii) the product of the portion of the 
A.D.E. for the board calculated under 
clauses 2 (a) and (b) of Regulation 256 
of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1980 that is in respect of non-resident 
pupils of the board other than pupils 



enrolled in a school or class for train- 
able retarded pupils and the G.W.F. 
for 1984 for the board, and 

(iii) the product of the portion of the 
A.D.E. for the board calculated under 
clauses 2 (a) and (b) of Regulation 256 
of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1980 that is in respect of non-resident 
pupils of the board enrolled in a 
school or class for trainable retarded 
pupils and the T.R.W.F. for 1984 for 
the board, 

C = .000109 for a public or separate school board, 
or 
.000050 for a secondary school board, and 

D = E.A. for the board as defined in paragraph 
16 of section 1. 

(3) Where, in 1984, a board other than an isolate 
board or a board appointed under section 70 of the Act 
offers for the first time in a secondary school other than 
a French-language secondary school or a school having 
a French-language instructional unit established under 
section 261 of the Act, a course for which credit may be 
granted and in which French is the language of 
instruction for pupils whose first language is not 
French, and the course is in a subject other than 
French or is a special course in the subject of French 
designed for graduates of an elementary school pro- 
gram of extended or immersion French, the board 
shall be paid a grant of $2,625 except that such grant 
shall not be paid in respect of a course that increases 
the total number of such courses in a grade at the 
school to more than four. O. Reg. 44/84, s. 11. 



Part 4 

GRANTS for THE PROVISION OF SPECIAL 
EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS AND SERVICES 

12. The grants payable under this Part do not per- 
tain to an isolate board or a board appointed under 
section 70 of the Act. O. Reg. 44/84, s. 12. 

13. Subject to the approval of the Minister, a board 
shall be paid a grant equal to the product of, 

(a) the portion of the A.D.E. for 1984 for the 
board calculated under section 2 of Regula- 
tion 256 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1980 that is in respect of day school and 
summer school resident-internal and resi- 
dent-external pupils of the board who have 
the right to attend under subsection 73 (1) of 
the Act and are enrolled in a school or class 
for trainable retarded pupils; 



ib) $3,930; and 
(c) the T.R.W.F. 



for 1984 for the board. 

O. Reg. 44/84, s. 13. 



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14. Subject to the approval of the Minister, a board 
shall be paid a grant equal to the product of, 

(a) the portion of the A.D.E. for 1984 for the 
board calculated under clauses 2 (a) and (b) of 
Regulation 256 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 that is in respect of resident- 
internal and resident-external pupils of the 
board other than pupils enrolled in a school 
or class for trainable retarded pupils; 

(b) $166 in the case of a pupil enrolled in an 
elementary school or $119 in the case of a 
pupil enrolled in a secondary school; and 

(c) the G.W.F. for 1984 for the board. O. Reg. 
44/84, s. 14. 



15. Where in 1984 a board provides in its schools a 
day school special education program in lieu of an edu- 
cation program provided in a provincial school for the 
blind and the deaf or such other program approved by 
the Minister, the board, subject to the approval of the 
Minister, shall be paid a grant equal to the product of, 

(a) the sum acceptable to the Minister, of the 
number of teachers and one-half of the 
number of teacher-aides which in each case 
are employed by the board for the purpose of 
providing such a special education program; 
and 

(b) $35,300 in the case of a program offered by a 
public or separate school board or $41,000 in 
the case of a program offered by a secondary 
school board. O. Reg. 44/84, s. 15. 



16. — (1) Where a board employs a teacher to pro- 
vide an educational program in, 

(a) a psychiatric facility as defined in paragraph 
26 of section 1; 

(b) a facility designated under the Developmen- 
tal Services Act; 

(c) an approved charitable institution as defined 
in the Charitable Institutions Act; 

(d) an approved children's institution as defined 
in the Children's Institutions Act; 

(e) a children's residence licensed under the 
Children's Residential Services Act; 

(/) an approved home as defined in the Homes 
for Retarded Persons Act; 

(g) an observation and detention home estab- 
lished under the Provincial Courts Act; 

(h) a home for special care approved or licensed 
under the Homes for Special Care Act; 



a ) a Crippled Children's Treatment Centre 
classified as a Group K Hospital under the 
Public Hospitals Act; 

(j) The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto; 

(k) The Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario, 
Ottawa; 

(/) Bloorview Children's Hospital, Toronto; 

(m) War Memorial Children's Hospital, London; 

(n) Lyndhurst Lodge, Toronto; 

(o) a hospital in which an education program is 
discontinued subsequent to December, 1980 
as a result of dissolution of a board estab- 
lished under section 70 of the Act; 

(p) a home approved or licensed under the 
Nursing Homes Act; or 

iq) a training school established under the 
Training Schools Act, 

that is situate within the area of jurisdiction of the 
board and in which no education program is provided 
by the Ministry and the Minister approves such edu- 
cation program, the board shall be paid a grant equal 
to, 

(r) the expenditure in 1984 for salary and related 
employee benefits of the teacher and an 
additional amount not in excess of $1,840 per 
teacher in respect of the expenditure of the 
board for administrative, consultative and 
supervisory services, for replacement of fur- 
niture and equipment and for the purchase of 
instructional supplies in respect of such pro- 
gram; and 

(s) expenditure in 1984 for salary and related 
employee benefits of a teacher-aide to assist a 
teacher in the provision of such educational 
program and an additional amount not in 
excess of $895 for each such teacher-aide. 

(2) The approval of the Minister referred to in sub- 
section (1) shall be given only where the board has 
entered into a written agreement with the facility, 
home or institution, or the administrator thereof, set- 
ting out the responsibilities of the facility, home or 
institution for the provision of accommodation and the 
responsibilities of the board for the provision of the 
education program, including the number of teachers 
that the board agrees to provide. 

(3) Where a board referred to in subsection (1) 
incurs an expenditure for furniture or equipment or 
both for a classroom for an education program referred 
to in subsection (1), the board shall be paid a grant 
equal to the approved portion of such expenditure, 
except that the grant in respect of furniture and 
equipment for the classroom shall in no case exceed 
$3,300. 



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703 



(4) Where a board enters into a written agreement 
with a facility or hospital referred to in subsection (1), 
or with the administrator of such facility, to provide an 
educational program that was previously provided in 
the facility or hospital by the Ministry and the Minister 
approves such education program, the Minister may 
pa\' the board, in lieu of other grants payable under 
this Regulation in respect of the program, an amount 
equal to the operating cost that is approved by the 
Minister for the program. O. Reg. 44/84, s. 16. 



Part 5 
grants for heritage language instruction 

17. Where in 1984 a public or separate school board 
that is a board other than an isolate board or a board 
appointed under section 70 of the Act conducts classes 
for heritage language instruction in a language other 
than English or French that are approved by the 
Minister, the board shall be paid a grant in respect of 
each such class that is equal to the product of $30.50 
and the number of hours of classroom instruction 
during 1984 except that where the quotient obtained 
by dividing the number of elementan.- school pupils 
enrolled in all such classes conducted by the board by 
the number of such classes is less than 25, the S30.50 
per hour rate is reduced by the product of S. 70 and the 
difference between such quotient and 25. O. Reg. 
44/84, s. 17 

Part 6 
adjustment in respect of change in tax 

REVENUE 

18. In this Part, 

(a) "equalized assessment for a board for 1983" 
means equalized assessment for a board as 
defined in Ontario Regulation 221/83; 

(b) "change in taxation for 1983" for a board is 
CEilculated as follows. 



.\-B 



-xC 



Where: 

A = the equalized assessment for the board 
for 1983 that is calculated using, for 
each organized municipality within the 
jurisdiction of the board, 

I. the assessment for 1983, 

II. the portion of tax levied under 
subsections 161 (12) and (13) of 
the Municipal Act that is allo- 
cated to the board in 1983 under 
subsection 161 (22) thereof, and 



III. the portion of the payment in 
lieu of taxes for 1983 payable to 
the board, 

as shown in the audited financial report 
of such municipality for 1983, 

B = the equalized assessment for the board 
for 1983 that is reported in the audited 
financial statements for 1983 of the 
board, 

C = the amounts the board requisitioned 
on, or levied or caused to be levied in, 
the municipalities and localities within 
the jurisdiction of the board, 

and the amount calculated may be a positive 
or negative amount; 

(c) "net adjustment in tax revenue" in respect of 
a board is calculated as follows. 



C-B-A 



Where: 



A = the change in taxation for 1983 for the 
board, 

B = taxes receivable in 1983 under section 
34 of the Assessment Act, 

C - amounts charged to the board by a 
municipality in 1983 under section 465 
of the Municipal Act, 

and the amount calculated may be a positive 
or negative amount; 

id) "net expenditure for 1983" means, in respect 
of a board, the excess of, 

(i) the sum of the current expenditure for 
1983, amounts provided in 1983 for 
reserves and reserve funds, and tax 
adjustments charged to the board in 
1983, 

over, 

(ii) current revenue for 1983 including 
transfers in such year from reserves 
and other funds and excluding current 
revenue from ta.\es, subscriptions in 
lieu of ta.xes, payments in lieu of ta.xes 
and trailer fees; 

(e) "net recognized expenditure for 1983" means 
the excess of the sum of R.O.E. for 1983, 
R.E.E. for 1983, expenditure approved for 
capital project grants for 1983, and the eligi- 
ble sums for French as a first language for 
1983 and for French as a second language for 
1983, as defined in section 1 of Ontario 



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Regulation 221/83 over the sum of grants 
payable under Parts 1, 2, 11 and 15 and sub- 
sections 10 (1) and (2) of such Regulation, as 
adjusted under Part 6 thereof. O. Reg. 

44/84, s. 18. 

19. In respect of a board other than an isolate board 
or a board appointed under section 70 of the Act an 
amount calculated as follows, 



B 



Ax- 



Where: 

A = the net adjustment in the tax revenue for the 
board determined under clause 18 (c), 

B = the net recognized expenditure for 1983 for 
the board determined under clause 18 (e), 
and 

C = the net expenditure for 1983 for the board 
determined under clause 18 (d), 



shall, 



(a) where the calculation results in a positive 
amount, be added to the grants payable to 
the board for 1984; and 

(b) where the calculation results in a negative 
amount, be deducted from the grants payable 
to the board for 1984. O. Reg. 44/84, s. 19. 



Part 7 

special assistance in respect of debentures 

20. A board other than an isolate board or a board 
appointed under section 70 of the Act shall be paid a 
grant equal to the lesser of the amounts determined by 
the following calculations: 

(a) A-{BxC), or zero if such calculation is 
negative, and 



(b) A-(- 



xExC), or zero if such cal- 



DX25 
culation is negative. 

Where: 

A = the portion acceptable to the Minister in 
respect of expenditure in 1984 for debt 
charges on debentures issued by the board, or 
on its behalf, prior to the 1st day of April, 
1980 that is not approved by the Minister for 
inclusion in R.E.E. for 1984, 

B = .000113 for a public or separate school board, 
or 
.000235 for a secondary school board, 



C = E.A. for the board as defined in paragraph 
16 of section 1, and 

D = the day school weighted A.D.E. for grant 
purposes for 1984 for the board as defined in 
paragraph 10 of section 1, and 

E = .000109 for a public or separate school board, 
or 
.000050 for a secondary school board. 

O. Reg. 44/84, s. 20. 



Part 8 

grant for a board on tax exempt land 

21. In this Part, "cost of operating" means the 
excess of, 

(a) the current expenditure that is acceptable to 
the Minister for grant purposes excluding 
expenditure for debt charges, capital 
appurtenances, restoration of destroyed and 
damaged capital appurtenances, capital ele- 
ment included in rent, provision for a reserve 
for working funds, provisions for reserve 
funds and P.A.C. for resident-external 
pupils, 

over the sum of, 

(b) current revenue from sources other than 
from, 

(i) general legislative grants, except 
payments under sections 27, 29, 30, 
32 and 34, 

(ii) the organization for which the board 
was established, and 

(iii) refunds of expenditure, no part of 
which is eligible for grant; and 

(c) the excess of current expenditure for, 

(i) transportation of pupils, and 

(ii) board, lodging and weekly transpor- 
tation of pupils, , 






over, in each case, the amount approved by 
the Minister for such purpose. O. Reg. 
44/84, s. 21. 



22. A board that is appointed under section 70 o: 
the Act, other than a board that operates a school in a 
sanatorium, a hospital, a crippled children's treatment 
centre or a centre for the treatment of cerebral palsy 
shall be paid a grant of fifty per cent of the lesser of, 

(a) the board's cost of operating for 1984; and 

(b) the sum of, 



f 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



705 



f 



(i) the product of S2,633 in the case of an 
elementan.- school pupil or S3, 392 in 
the case of a secondary school pupil 
and the sum of, 

a. the A.D.E. for 1984 for the 
board calculated under clauses 
2 (a) and (b) of Regulation 256 
of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980, 

b. the continuing education 
A.D.E. for grant purposes for 
1984 for the board, 

c. the A.D.E. for 1984 calculated 
under clause 2 (r ) of Regulation 
256 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 that is in respect 
of enrolment of pupils of the 
board in summer schools con- 
ducted by the board in a course 
for which credit is granted or 
in a course acceptable to the 
Minister that the board is 
authorized or required to pro- 
vide in its day school program 
in grades 1 to 8, and 

d. the A.D.E. for 1984 calculated 
under clause 2 (f ) of Regulation 
256 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 that is in respect 
of enrolment of pupils of the 
board in the classroom 
instruction portion of a course 
of driver education conducted 
by the board. 

(ii) the tuition fees payable by the board 
for 1984, 

(iii) the portion approved by the Minister 
for grant purposes of the board's 
expenditure for 1984 for the trans- 
portation of pupils. O. Reg. 44/84, 
s. 22. 

23. A board that is appointed under section 70 of 
the Act and that operates a school in a sanatorium, a 
hospital, a crippled children's treatment centre or a 
centre for the treatment of cerebral palsy shall be paid 
a grant of, 

(a) 80 per cent of the salaries of teachers and 
temporan.- teachers for the current year; 

ib) 80 per cent of the excess of the expenditure 
for the current year approved by the Minister 
for grant purposes for, 

(i) transportation of pupils, and 

(ii) board, lodging and weekly transpor- 
tation of pupils, 



over, 

(iii) the general legislative grants payable 
under sections 35 and 36; and 

(c) 50 per cent of the excess of, 

(i) the sum of the cost of operating for the 
current year and the revenue for the 
current vear referred to in clause 21 
(b), 

over, 

(ii) expenditure for the current year for, 

a. salaries of teachers and tem- 
porary teachers, 

b. transportation of pupils, and 

c. board, lodging and weekly 
transportation of pupils. 

O. Reg. 44/84, s. 23. 

Part 9 

grant for an isolate board 

24. In this Part, 

(a) "local taxation for grant purposes for 1984" 
means, in respect of a board, the sum of, 

(i) the payments in lieu of taxes for 1984 
receivable b\- the board, 

(ii) the portion of tax levied under sub- 
sections 161 (12) and (13) of the 
Municipal Act that is allocated to the 
board in 1984 under subsection (11) 
thereof, and 

(iii) the sum of the products obtained by 
multiplying, for each municipality or 
locality within the area of jurisdiction 
of the isolate board, 

a. the lesser of, 

I. the product of, 

A. the quotient obtained 
by dividing the prod- 
uct of 100 and the 
assessment for 1984 
by the A.E.F. for 
1984, and 

B. where the A.E.F. 
change index for the 
municipality or loc- 
ality is less than .9, 
the quotient correct 
to four places of 



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decimals obtained by 
dividing .9 by such 
A.E.F. change index, 

C. where the A.E.F. 
change index for the 
municipahty or loc- 
aHty is greater than 
.8999 and less than 
1.1001, one (1.0), or 

D. where the A.E.F. 
change index for the 
municipality or loc- 
ality is greater than 
1.1, the quotient cor- 
rect to four places of 
decimals obtained by 
dividing 1.1 by such 
A.E.F. change index, 
and 

II. the product of 2.60 and 
the assessment for 1984 
for the municipality or 
locality as adjusted by the 
A.E.F. for 1979 for the 
municipality or locality, 

b. .004905 in the case of a public 
or separate school board or 
.003684 in the case of a secon- 
dary school board, 

except where the municipality or loc- 
ality is within the area of jurisdiction 
of a divisional board of education or a 
district or county combined separate 
school board in which case the 
amount determined for the munici- 
pality or locality for the purpose of 
this subclause shall be the product of 
the assessment for 1984 for the muni- 
cipality or locality, 0.001 and the mill 
rate levied on residential property in 
the municipality or locality for public, 
separate or secondary school pur- 
poses, as the case may be, in respect of 
such divisional board or district or 
county separate school board; 

(6) "net expenditure for 1984" means, in respect 
of a board, the positive or negative sum 
obtained by subtracting from the board's 
expenditure for 1984 that is acceptable to the 
Minister, an amount that is acceptable to the 
Minister as revenue of the board for 1984 
from a grant payable under Part 10, and from 
sources other than local taxation and general 
legislative grants. O. Reg. 44/84, s. 24. 

25. — (1) Where, in respect of an isolate board 
except a board referred to in subsection (3), the net 
expenditure for 1984 exceeds the local taxation for 
grant purposes for 1984, a grant equal to such excess 
shall be paid to the board. 



(2) Where, in respect of an isolate board except a 
board referred to in subsection (3), the local taxation 
for grant purposes for 1984 exceeds the net expenditure 
for 1984, a portion of the general legislative grants 
paid to the board in previous years equal to such excess 
shall be paid by the board to the Province of Ontario. 

(3) Where, in the year 1984, 

(a) a district school area board is elected for a 
new district school area, a secondary school 
board is formed for a new secondary school 
district or a separate school board is elected 
for a new separate school zone; 

(b) information respecting the totals of the com- 
mercial assessment and of the residential and 
farm assessment rateable for public school 
purposes in the district school area, for sec- 
ondary school purposes in the secondary 
school district or for separate school purposes 
in the separate school zone, as the case may 
be, is not available prior to the 1st day of 
July; and 

(c) such board commences to operate a school on 
or after the 1st day of July or enters into an 
agreement with another board for the educa- 
tion in such year of its resident pupils, 

the board shall be paid a grant equal to its net expen- 
diture for 1984. O. Reg. 44/84, s. 25. 



Part 10 

assistance for cost of education and for 
board, lodging and transportation 

26.— (1) In this Part, 

(a) "cost of education" means an amount equal 
to the fee calculated under sections 2, 3 and 6 
of Ontario Regulation, Calculation of Fees 
for Pupils; 

(b) "Crown establishment" means an establish- 
ment maintained by a Department of the 
Government of Canada, a Crown company. 
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police or 
Atomic Energy of Canada Limited, on lands 
held by the Crown in right of Canada that 
are not assessable for school purposes, and 
includes a reserve as defined in the Indian 
Act (Canada); 

(c) "Ontario Government establishment" means 
an establishment maintained by a Ministry of 
the Government of Ontario on lands held by 
the Crown in right of Ontario or by Ontario 
Hydro on lands held by it and in respect of 
which no payment is made under the provi- 
sions of subsection 45 (9) of the Power Cor- 
poration Act. 



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707 



(2) For the purposes of this Part, a person shall not 
. be considered to reside in an Ontario Government 
establishment where he resides in a residence owned 
by him on lands that are within the Ontario Govern- 
ment establishment. 

i (3) Where section 6 of Ontario Regulation, Calcula- 
' tion of Fees for Pupils applies in determining the cost 
■ of education under clause (1) (a) and the board and the 

Minister cannot agree upon a factor, the factor shall be 
, determined by three arbitrators, one appointed by the 
; board that provides the instruction, one appointed by 
' the Minister and a third appointed by the aforemen- 
. tioned arbitrators, and the decision of the arbitrators 
' or a majority of them is final and binding upon the 

board and the Minister. O. Reg. 44/84, s. 26. 



27. — (1) Where a pupil, 

(a) resides in a territorial district; 

(b) is not resident in a school section or in a 
Crown establishment; and 

(c) attends a public school in Ontario, 

the Minister shall pay the board that operates the pub- 
I lie school the cost of education of the pupil. 

(2) Where a Roman Catholic pupil, 

(a) resides in a territorial district; 

(b) is not resident in a school section, separate 
school zone or Crown establishment; and 

(c) attends a Roman Catholic separate school in 
Ontario, 

I the Minister shall pay the board that operates the sepa- 
rate school the cost of education of the pupil. O. Reg. 

•44/84, s. 27. 

28. Where a pupil, 

(a) resides in a territorial district; 

(b) is not resident in a school section, a separate 
school zone or a Crown establishment; and 

(c) attends an elementary school that is sup- 
ported by local taxation in a province that 
adjoins Ontario, 

' the Minister shall pay the governing authorities of the 
elementary school in respect of the education and 

i related costs of such pupil amounts agreed upon 
between the governing authorities of the elementary 
Mhool and the Minister. O. Reg. 44/84, s. 28. 



29. Where a pupil whose parent or guardian is not 
I ssable for elementary .school purpo.ses. 



(a) resides in an Ontario Government establish- 
ment that does not form part of a school sec- 
tion; and 

(b) attends a public school, or attends a separate 
school and is a Roman Catholic, 

the Minister shall pay the board that operates the 
school the cost of education of the pupil. O. Reg. 

44/84, s. 29. 

.^0. Where a pupil, 

(a) resides in a territorial district; 

ib) is not resident in a secondary school district 
or in a Crown establishment; and 

(c) attends a secondary school in Ontario, 

the Minister shall pay the board that operates the 
secondary school the cost of education of the pupil. 
O. Reg. 44/84, s. 30. 

31. Where a pupil, 

(a) resides in a territorial district; 

(b) is not resident in a secondary school district 
or in a Crown establishment; and 

(c) attends a secondary school that is supported 
by local taxation in a province that adjoins 
Ontario, 

the Minister shall pay the governing authorities of the 
secondary school in respect of the education and 
related costs of such pupil amounts agreed upon 
between the governing authorities of the secondary 
school and the Minister. O. Reg. 44/84, s. 31. 

32. Where a pupil whose parent or guardian is not 
assessable for secondary school purposes, 

(a) resides in an Ontario Government establish- 
ment that does not form part of a secondary 
school district; and 

(b) attends a secondary school in Ontario, 

the Minister shall pay the board that operates the 
secondary school the cost of education of the pupil. 
O. Reg. 44/84, s. 32. 

33. Where a pupil, 

(a) resides in a territorial district; 

(b) is resident in a school section, a separate 
school zone or a Crown establishment; and 

(c) attends an elementary school that is sup- 
ported by taxation in a province that adjoins 
Ontario, 



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and, where in the opinion of the Minister, 

id) daily transportation to the elementary school 
that the pupil would be required to attend in 
Ontario is impracticable due to distance and 
terrain; and 

(e) the provision of board, lodging and trans- 
portation once a week is impracticable 
because of the age or handicap of the pupil, 

the Minister may pay the governing authorities of the 
elementary school in respect of the education and 
related costs of such pupil amounts agreed upon 
between the governing authorities of the elementary 
school and the Minister. O. Reg. 44/84, s. 33. 

34. Where a pupil, 

(a) who is resident within, 

(i) a psychiatric facility as defined in 
paragraph 26 of section 1, 

(ii) a facility designated under the 
Developmental Services Act, 

(iii) an approved charitable institution as 
defined in the Charitable Institutions 
Act, 

(iv) a children's residence licensed under 
the Children's Residential Services 
Act, 

(v) an approved children's institution as 
defined in the Children's Institutions 
Act, 

(vi) an approved home as defined in the 
Homes for Retarded Persons Act, 

(vii) an observation and detention home 
established under the Provincial 
Courts Act, 

(viii) a home for special care approved or 
licensed under the Homes for Special 
Care Act, or 

(ix) a home approved or licensed under 
the Nursing Homes Act; 

ib) who is admitted to a training school estab- 
lished under the Training Schools Act; 

(c) who is detained in a correctional institution 
as defined in the Ministry of Correctional 
Services Act; 

(d) who is placed in an approved home as 
defined in the Mental Hospitals Act; or 

ie) who is a ward of the Crown under the Child 
Welfare Act, a. ward of a children's aid society 



or in the care of a children's aid society and 
who has not been placed for adoption on a 
probationary basis, 

attends a school operated by a public, separate or sec- 
ondary school board in Ontario, such pupil may be 
registered as a resident-internal pupil or as a non-resi- 
dent pupil of the board and, where the pupil is regis- 
tered as a non-resident pupil, the Minister shall pay 
the board the cost of education of the pupil except 
where a fee in respect of the pupil is receivable from 
Canada under an agreement entered into by the board 
under section 164 or 165 of the Act. O. Reg. 44/84, 
s. 34. 

35. Where, under section 166 of the Act, a board 
provides transportation to and from school on a daily 
basis or from school to school for a non-resident pupil 
of the board in respect of whom it is eligible to receive 
the cost of education under section 27, 29, 30, 32 or 34, 
the Minister shall pay the board an amount equal to 
the portion that would be approved by the Minister for 
grant purposes of the expenditure for 1984 for trans- 
portation if the pupil were a resident pupil of the 
board, and the board may charge the parent or guar- 
dian of a pupil in respect of whom it is eligible to 
receive the cost of education under section 27 or 30 
the excess of the actual cost of transportation over 
the amount paid by the Minister under this section. 
O. Reg. 44/84, s. 35. 



36. Where the parent or guardian of a pupil for 
whom cost of education is payable by the Minister 
under this Part is, under subsection 78 (3) of the Act or 
subsection 166 (8) or (11) thereof, reimbursed by the 
board of the school that the pupil attends for the cost of 
board and lodging and transportation once a week 
from the pupil's residence to school and return, the 
Minister shall pay the board an amount equal to the 
portion approved by the Minister for grant purposes of 
the expenditure for board, lodging and such transpor- 
tation. O. Reg. 44/84, s. 36. 



37. Where a pupil, 

(a) resides in a territorial district; 

(b) is not resident in a school section, a separate 
school zone or a Crown establishment; and 

(c) attends a school operated by the Indian 
Affairs Branch of the Department of Indian 
Affairs and Northern Development on a 
reserve, 

the Minister shall pay the Crown in right of Canada in 
respect of the education of such pupil an amount 
agreed upon between the Department of Indian Affair- 
and Northern Development and the Minister 
O. Reg. 44/84, s. 37. 

38. This Part applies to all boards, including an 
isolate board. O. Reg. 44/84, s. 38. 



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Part 11 

capital projects grants for 1984 

39. A board other than an isolate board or a board 
appointed under section 70 of the Act shall be paid a 
grant in respect of each project of the board for the 
acquisition of capital appurtenances as defined in 
paragraph 6 of section 1 that is approved by the 
Minister for direct capital grant financing in 1984, 
calculated as follows, 



A - (- 



100 xB 



Where: 



X C X D) 



A = the lesser of the project cost approved by the 
Minister for grant purposes and the expen- 
diture of the board that is the sum of, 

(i) current expenditure for 1984 on the 
project, and 

(ii) expenditure on the project in 1984 and 
prior years from funds other than cur- 
rent revenue except expenditure for 
which a grant is payable under a pre- 
vious regulation, 

B = the day school weighted A.D.E. for 1984 for 
the board, 

C = .000010 in respect of a project for provision 
of a secondary school, or an appropriate unit 
thereto under subsection 261 (4) or to subsec- 
tion 272 (1) of the Act, or 
.000109 in respect of other projects of a sec- 
ondary school board, or 
.000050 in respect of a project of a public or 
separate school board, 

I) = E.A. for the board as defined in paragraph 
16 of section 1. O. Reg. 44/84, s. 39. 



Part 12 

assistance in respect of apportionment 

40. — (1) A divisional board of education shall be 
paid a grant equal to the portion of its apportionable 
5um required that is not apportioned to a municipality 
or locality under Ontario Regulation, Apportionment 
1984 Requisitions because of the limitation included 
l^herein in clause 2 (2) (a) in the case of a public school 
^oard and clause 3 (2) (a) in the case of a secondary 
' liool board. 

1 A board of a combined separate school zone shall 
^ paid a grant calculated in accordance with the pro- 
jvisions of subsection (1) for a public school board and 
(or the purpose of this calculation Ontario Regulation, 
Apportionment 1984 Requisitions shall be deemed to 
ippiy to the board. O. Reg. 44/84, s. 40. 



Part 13 

secondary school reorganization grant 

41. Where, on or after the 1st day of January, 1980, 
a board other than an isolate board or a board 
appointed under section 70 of the Act establishes a 
French-language secondary school under section 261 
of the Act, a grant, subject to the approval of the 
Minister, is payable to the board as follows, 

(a) where such school commenced operation in 
1980, 1981 or 1982, 

(i) $485 per day school pupil enrolled at 
the school on the last day in Sep- 
tember of 1984 where such enrolment 
is 100 or fewer, or 

(ii) the lesser of $60,700 and the amount 
of $42,400 plus $61 per day school 
pupil enrolled at the school on the last 
day in September of 1984 where such 
enrolment is greater than 100; 



(b) where such school commenced operation in 
1983, 

(i) $970 per day school pupil enrolled at 
the school on the last day in Sep- 
tember of 1984 where such enrolment 
is 100 or fewer, or 

(ii) the lesser of $121,400 and the amount 
of $84,800 plus $122 per day school 
pupil enrolled at the school on the last 
day in September of 1984 where such 
enrolment is greater than 100; and 



(c) where such school commences operation in 
1984, 

(i) $1,455 per day school pupil enrolled 
at the school on the last day in Sep- 
tember of 1984 where such enrolment 
is 100 or fewer, or 

(ii) the lesser of $182,100 and the amount 
of $127,200 plus $183 per day school 
pupil enrolled at the school on the 
last day in September of 1984 where 
such enrolment is greater than 100. 
O. Reg. 44/84, s. 41. 

Bette Stephenson 
Minister of Education 



Dated at Toronto, this 19th day of January, 1984. 



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HEALING ARTS RADIA IION 
PROTECTION ACT 

O. Reg. 45/84. 
X-Ray Safety Code. 
Made— January 2 7th, 1984. 
Filed— January 2 7th, 1984. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 

HEALING ARTS RADIATION 

PROTECTION ACT 

X-RAY SAFETY CODE 

1. In this Regulation, 

(a) "attenuation" means decrease in radiation 
intensity caused by absorption and scattering 
of X-rays in a medium; 

(b) "control booth" means a defined area in 
which an X-ray worker operates an X-ray 
machine; 

(c) "darkroom" means an enclosed space con- 
structed to enable the correct processing of 
light sensitive materials; 

(d) "density unit" means a measurement of com- 
parison that expresses on a common scale the 
amount of light transmitted by exposed or 
processed film; 

(e) "occupancy" means the nature and extent of 
use of space adjacent to an X-ray machine; 

(/) "optical density" means the degree expressed 
in density units to which exposed or proces- 
sed film becomes black; 

ig) "primary protective barrier" means a barrier 
sufficient to attenuate the useful beam to a 
specified degree; 

(h) "secondary protective barrier" means a bar- 
rier sufficient to attenuate stray radiation to a 
specified degree; 

(i) "useful beam" means an amount of X-rays 
that pass through the tube housing port and 
the aperture beam-limiting device when the 
exposure switch or timer is activated; 

0) "whole-body-dose-equivalent" means a 
quantity that expresses on a common scale 
the total irradiation incurred by any person; 

(k) "workload" means the degree of use of an 
X-ray machine expressed in milliampere 
minutes; 

(/) "X-ray room" means a defined area where 
one or more permanently fixed X-ray 
machines and equipment are located; 



(m) "X-ray tube" means an evacuated glasi 
envelope in which X-rays are produced; 

(n) "X-ray worker" means a person qualifie 
under the Act or the regulations to operate ai 
X-ray machine. O. Reg. 45/84, s. 1. 

2. — (1) The following information is prescribed fo 
the purpose of clause 3 (2) (a) of the Act: 

1. The name of the owner of the X-ra; 
machine. 

2 . The number or identifying name of the X-ra; 
room for which approval of installation i 
sought. 

3. The name of the manufacturer and the modt 
number of the X-ray machine, the antici 
pated maximum workload, the maximun 
tube voltage, and the maximum tube cur 
rent. 

4. The thickness and nature of materials tha 
form the boundaries of the X-ray room. 

5. The occupancy of the adjacent space; 
including spaces above and below the X-ra 
room. 

6. The percentage of the working day ear 
adjacent space is occupied. 

7. The percentage of the exposure time th 
useful beam is projected toward each adj; 
cent space. 

(2) The following plan, to be submitted in dupl 
cate, is prescribed for the purpose of clause 3 (2) (a) i 
the Act: 

1. A floor plan drawn to a scale of not less ths 
one to fifty that indicates, 

i. the compass point North, 

ii. the name of the owner and address 
the installation, 

iii. the limits of travel of the X-ray tul 
within the room, 

iv. the location of the control booth or tl 
exposure switch, 

V. the position of each horizontal or erej 
X-ray film cassette holder, and 

vi. the location of the darkroom and stc. 
age of unprocessed film. 

(3) In addition to the requirements prescribed 
subsection (2) where the application for approval is i 
the installation of an X-ray machine in a dental fac; 
ty, the floor plans shall indicate. 



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(a) the pKJsition and limits of rotation of the 
chair; and 

(b ) the position of the head of the person being 
irradiated. O. Reg. 45/84, s. 2. 

3. — (1) Every installation of an X-ray machine shall 
be shielded with a primary protective barrier and a 
secondary protective barrier so that, 

(a ) no X-ray worker receives a whole-body-dose- 
equivalent of more than 1 millisievert (100 
millirem) per week; and 

(b) no person, other than the patient undergoing 
an application of therapeutic or diagnostic 
X-rays, who is not an X-ray worker, receives 
a whole-body-dose-equivalent of more than 
0.1 millisievert (10 millirem) per week. 

(2) The barriers referred to in subsection (1) shall 
comply with the standards contained in Appendix 2 of 
Safety Code-20A — X-Ray Equipment in Medical 
Diagnosis Part A; Recommended Safety Procedures 
for Installation and Use, published by the Department 
of National Health and Welfare. 

(3) Where lead shielding is used as a barrier, it shall 
be mounted in such a manner as to avoid sagging or 
damage to the lead shielding. 

(4) Joints between different kinds of barrier materi- 
al shall be constructed so that the overall attenuation 
of the barrier is not impaired. 

(5) Windows, doors or other openings in a barrier 
shall be so constructed that they meet the same protec- 
tion design standards referred to in subsection (2) that 
apply to barriers. 

(6) All doors leading directly into an X-ray room 
shall be fitted with self-closing devices and, where the 
doors are accessible to the public, shall have promi- 
nently displayed on them warning signs sufficient to 
alert persons to the presence of the X-ray equipment. 

(7) Unprocessed film shall be protected from X-rays 
being generated by X-ray machines in the facility so 



that during its storage the increase in optical density 
caused by unintentional irradiation is less than 0.02 
density units. O. Reg. 45/84, s. 3. 

4. Regulation 855 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980, except section 3, is revoked. O. Reg. 

45/84, s. 4. 

5. This Regulation comes into force on the day that 
section 22 of the Healing Arts Radiation Protection 
Act is proclaimed in force. O. Reg. 45/84, s. 5. 



(4108) 



DENTURE THERAPISTS ACT 

O. Reg. 46/84. 

General. 

Made — ^January 4th, 1984. 

Approved — ^January 27th, 1984. 

Filed— -January 27th, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 238 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

DENTURE THERAPISTS ACT 

1. Section 7 of Regulation 238 of Revised Regula- 
tions of Ontario, 1980 is amended by striking 
out "and" at the end of paragraph 32, by adding 
"and" at the end of paragraph 33 and by adding 
thereto the following paragraph: 

34. failure to maintain the standard of practice of 
the profession. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 238, s. 7; 
O. Reg. 46/84, s. 1. 

Governing Board of Denture 
Therapists: 

Barry Lowes 

Dated at Toronto, this 4th day of January, 1984. 

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773 



Publications Under The Regulations Act 

February 18th, 1984 



OFF-ROAD VEHICLES ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 47/84. 

General. 

Made— January- 27th, 1984. 

Filed— January 30th, 1984. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
OFF-ROAD VEHICLES ACT, 1983 

GENERAL 

INTERPRETATION 

1. In this Regulation, 

(a) "dune buggy" means a self-propelled vehicle 
with four or more wheels that has been 
manufactured or modified for off-road use; 

{b) "motorcycle association" means a motorcycle 
club or association that has or is affiliated 
with a motorcycle club or association that has 
a published constitution and a membership 
roster of more than twenty-four persons; 

(c) "road-building machine" means a self-prop- 
elled vehicle of a design commonly used in 
the construction or maintenance of high- 
ways, including but not limited to, 

(i) an asphalt spreader, concrete paving 
or finishing machine, motor grader, 
roller, tractor-dozer and motor 
scraper, 

(ii) a tracked and wheeled tractor equip- 
ped with mowers, post-hole diggers, 
compactors, weed spraying equip- 
ment, snow blowers, snow plow, 
front-end loader, back-hoe, rock drill 
or litter collection vehicle, and 

(iii) a power shovel on tracks and drag 
lines on tracks, 

but not including a commercial motor vehi- 
cle; 

id) "self-propelled implement of husbandry" 
means a self-propelled vehicle manufactured, 
designed, redesigned, converted or recon- 
structed for a specific use in farming and 
used for farming purposes; 



(e) "wheelchair" means a chair mounted on 
wheels propelled or driven otherwise than by 
muscular power and used for the carriage of 
a person who has a physical defect or disa- 
bility. O. Reg. 47/84, s. 1. 

2. The following are designated as classes of vehi- 
cles that are exempt from the provisions of the Act and 
this Regulation: 

1. Golf carts. 

2. Road-building machines. 

3. Self-propelled implements of husbandry. 

4. Wheelchairs. 

5. Off-road vehicles driven or exhibited at a 
closed course competition or rally sponsored 
by a motorcycle association. O. Reg. 47/84, 
s. 2. 

3. For the purposes of clause 1 (g) of the Act, the 
following classes of vehicles are prescribed: 

1. Dune buggies. 

2. Suzukis, Model Numbers LT125D, LT50E, 
LT125E, LT18SE, LT250E and 
LT250EFE. 

3. Hondas, Model Number FL2S0 series. 

4. Yamahas, Model Number YFM 200N. 
O. Reg. 47/84, s. 3. 

4. — (1) The areas set out in Schedule 1 are desig- 
nated as areas within which section 2 of the Act does 
not apply. 

(2) Where a highway is referred to in Schedule 1 by 
a number or name, the reference is to that part of the 
King's Highway that is known thereby. O. Reg. 

47/84, s. 4. 

5. The areas set out in Schedule 2 are designated as 
are£is within which subsections 3 (1) and (2) of the Act 
do not apply. O. Reg. 47/84, s. S. 

6. — (1) Off-road vehicles owned by persons not 
residing in Ontario are designated as a class of vehicle. 

(2) Vehicles of a class designated under subsection 
(1) are exempt from the provisions of section 3 of the 
Act if they are registered in another jurisdiction and 



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have number plates furnished by the other jurisdiction 
attached. O. Reg. 47/84, s. 6. 

7. The number plate for an off-road vehicle, 

(a) with three or less wheels, shall be securely 
mounted on the front of the vehicle in a con- 
spicuous position; or 

(b) with more than three wheels, shall be sec- 
urely mounted in a conspicuous position on 
the rear of the vehicle. O. Reg. 47/84, s. 7. 

8. — (1) For the purposes of subsection 8 (3) of the 
Act, the permit holder of an off-road vehicle is 
required to have in his possession, 

(a) the vehicle portion of the permit issued for 
the vehicle bearing the date of purchase and 
the signature of the vendor of the used vehi- 
cle; and 

(b) the plate portion of the permit that corres- 
ponds with the number plate affixed to the 
vehicle. 

(2) For the purposes of subsection 8 (4) of the Act, a 
person driving an off-road vehicle is required to carry 
the documents referred to in subsection (1) or true 
copies thereof, and to surrender them for inspection 
upon the demand of a peace officer. O. Reg. 47/84, 
s. 8. 

9. A permit for an off-road vehicle may be termi- 
nated by surrendering it to the Ministry. O. Reg. 

47/84, s. 9. 

10. — (1) Dealer and Service permits and number 
plates may be issued to manufacturers of or dealers in 
off-road vehicles or to persons engaged in the business 
of repairing, customizing, modifying or transporting 
off-road vehicles. 

(2) A Dealer and Service number plate may be used 
only, 

(a) on a vehicle in the possession of the person to 
whom the corresponding permit was issued; 
and 

(b) for purposes related to the sale, repair, cus- 
tomization or modification of the vehicle on 
which it is used or, in the case of a person 
engaged in the business of transporting vehi- 
cles, for purposes of transporting the vehi- 
cles. 

(3) The Dealer and Service number plate for an off- 
road vehicle, 

(a) with three or less wheels, shall be securely 
mounted in a conspicuous position on the 
front of the vehicle; or 



(b) with more than three wheels, shall be sec- 
urely mounted in a conspicuous position on 
the rear of the vehicle. 

(4) Subsection 8 (3) of the Act does not apply to a 
person referred to in subsection (1) with respect to a 
vehicle in the person's possession for purposes related 
to the sale, repair, customization or modification of the 
vehicle or, in the case of a person engaged in the busi- 
ness of transporting vehicles, for purposes of trans- 
porting the vehicle. O. Reg. 47/84, s. 10. 

11. The following standards and specifications are 
prescribed for helmets: 

1. Helmets shall have hard, smooth outer shells 
lined with protective padding material or 
fitted with other energy absorbing material 
and shall be firmly attached to a strap 
designed to be fastened under the chin of the 
wearers. 

2. Helmets shall be undamaged. 

3. Helmets shall conform to, 

i. Canadian Standards Association 
Standard D230 Safety Helmets for 
Motorcycle Riders and shall bear the 
monogram of the Canadian Standards 
Association Testing Laboratories, 

ii. Snell Memorial Foundation and shall 
have affixed thereto the certificate of 
the Snell Memorial Foundation, 

iii. British Standards Institute and shall 
have affixed thereto the certificate of 
the British Standards Institute, or 

iv. United States of America Federal 
Motor Vehicle Safety Standard 218 
and shall bear the symbol DOT con- 
stituting the manufacturer's certifica- 
tion of compliance with the stan- 
dard. O. Reg. 47/84, s. 11. 

GENERAL FEES 

12. The following fees shall be paid to the Ministry: 

1. For a permit for an off-road vehicle $ S 

2. For a permit and number plate for an 
off-road vehicle 25 

3. For an application for a duplicate 
permit for an off- road vehicle, in case 

of loss or destruction 5 

4. For an application for a replacement 
permit and number plate, in case of 

loss or destruction 10 



5. For a Dealer and Service permit 



SO 



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For a copy of any writing, paper or 
document related to an off-road vehi- 
cle filed in the Ministry or any state- 
ment containing information from the 
records 

For a certified copy of any writing, 
paper or document related to an off- 
road vehicle filed in the Ministry or 
any statement containing information 
from the records 



10 



8. For administrative costs for proces- 
sing a cheque that is not honoured. . 10 

9. For each search of off-road vehicle 
records by vehicle identification 
number, plate number or name or 
identification number of registered 
owner or permit holder 5 

O. Reg. 47/84, s. 12. 

13. This Regulation comes into force on the 1st day 
of Februar>-, 1984. O. Reg. 47/84, s. 13. 

Schedule 1 

1. .\11 of the King's Highway known as No. 401, 
402, 403, 404, 405, 406, 409, 410. 420 and 427. 

2. .\11 of the King's Highway known as the Queen 
Elizabeth Way. 

That part of the King's Highway known as No. 
+00 from Jane Street in The Municipality of Metro- 
politan Toronto to 2.6 kilometres north of the 
Duckworth Street interchange in the City of Barrie. 

4. .-Ml of the King's Highway known as No. 417 
including that portion known as Ottawa Queensway. 

^ All of the King's Highway known as No. 2 A in 
the Borough of Scarborough. 

6. All of the King's Highway known as the Kitch- 
ener-Waterloo Expressway being. 

i. that part of the King's Highway known as 
No. 7 lying between its intersection with 
Victoria Street in the City of Kitchener and a 
point situate 1.6 kilometres west of its inter- 
section with Fisher Drive in the City of 
Kitchener, 

ii. that part of the King's Highway known as 
No. 8 lying between its intersection with 
Freeport Drive in the City of Kitchener and 
its eastern junction with the King's Highway 
known as No. 7, and 

iii that part of the King's Highway known as 
No. 86 lying between a point situate at its 
intersection with the King's Highway known 
as No. 7 in the City of Kitchener and a point 



situate 800 metres measured northerly from 

its intersection with the centre line of the 
roadway known as Waterloo Road 17 in the 
Township of Woolwich. 

7. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 6 
lying between its junction with the King's Highway 
known as No. 403 and its junction with the King's 
Highway known as No. 5. 

8. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 7 
lying between its southwest junction with the King's 
Highway known as No. 7B in the Town of Vaughan 
and its intersection with Rutherford Road in the City 
of Brampton. 

9. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 7 
lying between its junction with Waterloo Road 
Number 17 and a point situate 1.2 kilometres east of 
its junction with the King's Highway known as No. 
85. 

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

10 King between its intersection with Burnhamthorpe 
Road in the City of Mississauga and its intersection 
with Steeles Avenue in the City of Brampton. 

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

11 lying between its intersection with Steeles Avenue 
in The Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto £md its 
intersection with Major Mackenzie Drive in the Town 
of Richmond Hill. 

12. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 
20 lying between its overpass over the Canadian 
National Railways subway in the City of Hamilton 
and its west junction with the King's Highway known 
as the Queen Elizabeth Way. 

13. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 
27 lying between its intersection with Eglinton Avenue 
and its intersection with Albion Road, both in The 
Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto. 

14. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 
33 lying between the western limits of the City of 
Kingston and its intersection with Frontenac County 
Road No. 2. 

15. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 
126 lying between its junction with the King's High- 
way known as No. 401 and its intersection with Hall 
Street in the City of London. O. Reg. 47/84, Sched. 
1. 

Schedule 2 

1 . Those areas in the districts of Kenora and Thun- 
der Bay north of the railway tracks of the Canadian 
National Railways passing through the municipalities 
of Malachi, Minaki. Quibell, Sioux Lookout, Savant 
Lake, Armstrong and Nakina. 

2. Those areas in the Territorial District of Coch- 
rane north of 50 degrees latitude. 



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3. Those areas in the Territorial District of Algoma 
north of the railway tracks of the Canadian Pacific 
Railway passing through the municipalities of Amyot, 
F"ranz and Missanabie. 

4. Those areas in the territorial districts of Rainy 
River, Kenora, Thunder Bay, Cochrane, Algoma and 
Sudbury that are not within a city, town, village or 
police village and not within eight kilometres of a 
highway designated as a King's Highway or secondary 
highway under the Public Transportation and High- 
way Improvement Act. O. Reg. 47/84, Sched. 2. 

(4111) 7 



MOTORIZED SNOW VEHICLES ACT 

O. Reg. 48/84. 

General. 

Made — January 27th, 1984. 

Filed— January 30th, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 669 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

MOTORIZED SNOW VEHICLES ACT 

1. — (1) Paragraph 1 of subsection 19 (1) of Regu- 
lation 669 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1980, as remade by section 3 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 454/83, is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor: 

1. For a validation device for a 

motorized snow vehicle permit $25 

(2) Subsection 19 (2) of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(2) Notwithstanding subsection (1), no fee is pay- 
able for the issue, transfer or replacement of a valida- 
tion device for a motorized snow vehicle owned or 
leased by the Government of the Province of 
Ontario. O. Reg. 48/84, s. 1 (2). 

2. Subsection 22 (4) of the said Regulation, as 
made by section 5 of Ontario Regulation 
454/83, is revoked and the following substi- 
tuted therefor: 

(4) In the case of a motorized snow vehicle referred 
to in subsection (3), a decal provided by the Ministry 
bearing the registration number of the motorized snow 
vehicle shall be affixed on each side of the cowling of 
the vehicle, the rear limit of the registration number 
being not less than ten centimetres and not more than 
fifteen centimetres from the rear of the cowling. 

(5) Where the design of the motorized snow vehicle 
makes it impracticable to place a decal in accordance 
with the requirements of subsection (4), a decal shall 



be affixed on each side of the tunnel of the vehicle ne.xt 
to or as near as possible to the forward edge of the 
reflector light. O. Reg. 48/84, s. 2. 

3. Paragraph 4 of Schedule 1 to the said Regula 
tion is revoked and the following substitutec 
therefor: 

4. Those areas in the territorial districts of Rain\ 
River, Kenora, Thunder Bay, Cochrane, Algoma an(i 
Sudbury that are not within a city, town, village oi 
police village and not within eight kilometres of ; 
highway designated as a King's Highway or secondary 
highway under the Public Transportation and High- 
way Improvement Act. R.R.O. 1980, Reg. 669, 
Sched. 1; O. Reg. 48/84, s. 3. 

(4112) ; 



HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

O. Reg. 49/84. 

General. 

Made— January 2 7th, 1984. 

Filed— January 30th, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 469 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

1. Section 24 of Regulation 469 of Revised Regu 
lations of Ontario, 1980 is revoked and tht 
following substituted therefor: 

HYDRAULIC BRAKE FLUID 15J 

24. For the purpose of section 47 of the Act, thi 
prescribed standards and specifications for hydraulii 
brake fluid and hydraulic system mineral oil are thos( 
set out in Canadian Motor Vehicle Safety Standart 
116 issued by the Road and Motor Vehicle Traffii 
Safety Branch of Transport Canada or United State 
Motor Vehicle Safety Standard 116 issued by th( 
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration o 
the United States Department of Transport. O. Reg 
49/84, s. 1. 

2. The said Regulation is amended by addinj 
thereto the following section: 

24a. For the purpose of section 47 of the Act, thi 
prescribed standards for hydraulic brake fluid con 
tainers are those set out in S5.2 of United States Fed 
eral Motor Vehicle Safety Standard 116 except that, 

(a) S5. 2. 2. 1(d) and S5. 2. 2. 2(a) shall be deemei 
to read "Certification that the brake flui( 
conforms to Canadian Motor Vehicle Safet; 
Standard 116"; 



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(b) S5. 2. 2. 1(c) shall be deemed to read "The 
minimum wet boiling point in Celsius or in 
Fahrenheit and Celsius of the fluid"; 

(c) S5.2.2{f) shall be deemed to read "The 
minimum wet boiling point in Celsius or in 
Fahrenheit and Celsius of the DOT brake 
fluid in the container"; and 

(d) S5. 2. 2(g)(4) shall be deemed to read "CAU- 
TION: DO NOT REFILL CONTAINER, 
AND DO NOT USE FOR OTHER 
LIQUIDS. (Not required for containers with 
a capacity in excess of 20 litres)". O. Reg. 
49/84, s. 2. 

3. The said Regulation is further amended by 
adding thereto the following section: 

24h. For the purpose of section 47 of the Act. 
the prescribed colour of hydraulic brake fluid and 
hydraulic system mineral oil is that set out in SS. 1. 14 
of United States Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Stan- 
dard 116. O. Reg. 49/84, s. 3. 

4. Section 25 of the said Regulation is revoked. 

5. — (1) Sections 1 and 4 come into force on the 1st 
day of February, 1984. 

(2) Section 2 comes into force on the 1st day of 
January, 1985. 



(4113) 



PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 50/84. 

Restricted Areas — District of Algoma, 

Sault Ste. Marie North Planning 

Area. 
Made — January 2 7th, 1984. 
Filed— January 30th, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 279/80 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

1. Ontario Regulation 279/80 is amended 
adding thereto the following section: 



bv 



77. — ( 1) Notwithstanding that the land described in 

.subsection (2) is shown on a map referred to in clause 4 

I (b) as being in a Rural Zone, the land shall be deemed 

1 to be in a Rural Residential Zone to which Part III 

\ applies. 

2) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land 

■Miuate in the geographic Township of VanKoughnet in 

I the Territorial District of Algoma, being the southeast 

i subdivision of Section 34, more particularly described 

i as Plan IM-45 1 in the Land Registry Office for the 



Land Titles Division of Algoma (No. 1). O. Reg. 

50/84, s. 1. . X ^ 

L. J. FiNCHAM 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

and Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 27th day of January, 1984. 

(4114) 7 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 51/84. 

Restricted Areas — District of Algoma, 

Sault Ste. Marie North Planning 

Area. 
Made— January 16th, 1984. 
Filed— January 30th, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 279/80 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

1. Ontario Regulation 279/80 is amended 
adding thereto the following section: 



by 



78. — (1) Notwithstanding that the land described in 
subsection (2) is shown on a map referred to in clause 4 
(b) as being in a Rural Zone, the land shall be deemed 
to be in a General Industrial Zone to which Part VIII 
applies. 

(2) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land 
situate in the geographic Township of Tilley in the 
Territorial District of Algoma, being the southwest 
quarter of Section 16, more particularly described as 
Part 1 on a Plan deposited in the Land Registry' Office 
for the Land Titles Division of Algoma (No. 1) as 
Number RD-56. O. Reg. 51/84, s. 1. 

L. J. FiNCHAM 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

and Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 16th day of January, 1984. 
(4115) 7 

APPRENTICESHIP AND TRADESMEN'S 
QUALIFICATION ACT 

O. Reg. 52/84. 

General. 

Made — January 27th, 1984. 

Filed — January 31st, 1984. 



117 



778 O. Reg. 52/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 54/84 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 36 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

APPRENTICESHIP AND TRADESMEN'S 

QUALIFICATION ACT 

L Section 1 of Regulation 36 of Revised Regula- 
tions of Ontario, 1980 is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 

I. This Regulation applies to any trade for which 
an apprentice training program is, 

(a) established by regulation; or 

(b) established by an employer and approved by 
the Director. O. Reg. 52/84, s. 1. 

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

6. — (1) The Director may approve an apprentice 
training program established by an employer if, in the 
opinion of the Director, the program, 

(a) is of sufficient duration and content to war- 
rant a training program; 

(b) contains both practical work and related 
units of study; 

(c) meets or satisfies a perceived need of an 
employer; and 

(d) provides a marketable skill in an identifiable 
occupation. 

(2) An apprentice in a trade shall complete to the 
satisfaction of the Director an apprentice training pro- 
gram, 

(a) established for the trade by regulation; or 

(b) established for the trade by an employer and 
approved by the Director under subsection 
(1). O. Reg. 52/84, s. 2. 

(4116) 7 



HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

O. Reg. 53/84. 

General. 

Made — January 27th, 1984. 

Filed — February 1st, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 452 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 



1. Subsections 45 (1), (2) and (3) of Regulation 452 
of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as 
remade by subsection 1 (1) of Ontario Regula- 
tion 833/82, and subsections 45 (3a) and (ib), as 
made by subsection 1 (1) of Ontario Regulation 
833/82, are revoked and the following substi- 
tuted therefor: 

(1) Ambulance services provided by, 

(o) an ambulance service operator listed in 
Schedule 11; or 

(b) an ambulance service operated by the Prov- 
ince of Ontario, 

are insured services, where the insured person pays to 
the hospital listed in Schedule 1, 2, 3, 4 or 8, to or from 
which the ambulance services are required, a co- 
payment of $22. 

(2) Where ambulance services are provided by air or 
by rail, including where applicable any ambulance 
service required to connect with the air or rail 
facilities, an insured person shall pay as his share of 
the ambulance charges an amount of $22 a trip by way 
of co-payment. 

(3) An insured person who utilizes a land ambulance 
service for a purpose that is not medically necessary 
shall pay an amount of $44 by way of a co-payment 
and $1.10 for each kilometre travelled in excess of 
forty kilometres. 

(3a) An insured person who utilizes an air ambu- 
lance service that is under charter to the Ministry of 
Health for a period in excess of twenty-nine days for 
purpose that is not medically necessary shall pay an 
amount of $496.25 by way of a co-payment and $49.50 
for each six minutes or part thereof flown in excess of 
one hour. 

i3b) An insured person who utilizes an ambulance 
service, other than an ambulance service referred to in 
subsection (3) or (3a), for a purpose that is not medi- 
cally necessary shall pay the total cost of such ambu- 
lance service by way of co-payment. O. Reg. 53/84, 
s. 1. 



(4121) 



? 



AMBULANCE ACT 

O. Reg. 54/84. 

General. 

Made — January 11th, 1984. 

Approved — January 27th, 1984. 

Filed— February 1st, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 14 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

AMBULANCE ACT 



118 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 56/84 779 



1. Subsections 6 (1) and (2) of Regulation 14 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as made 
by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 832/82, are 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(1) Where a person who is not an insured person 
within the meaning of the Health Insurance Act is 
provided with service by a land ambulance ser\'ice, the 
person shall pay to the operator a fee of $44 and $1. 10 
for each kilometre travelled in excess of forty 
kilometres. 

1,2) Where a person who is not an insured person 
within the meaning of the Health Insurance Act is 
provided with service by an air ambulance service that 
is under charter to the Ministr>' of Health for a period 
in excess of twenty-nine days, the person shall pay to 
the operator a fee of S496.25 and S49.50 for each six 
minutes or part thereof flown in excess of one 
hour. O. Reg. 54/84, s. 1. 

Keith C. Norton 
Minister of Health 

Dated at Toronto, this 11th day of January-, 1984. 
(4122) 7 



HOMES FOR THE AGED AND REST 
HOMES ACT 

O. Reg. 55/84. 

General. 

Made— January 12th, 1984. 

Filed— February 1st, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 502 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HOMES FOR THE AGED AND REST HOMES 

ACT 

1. Item 6 of Schedule 10 to Regulation 502 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is 
amended by striking out "and" at the end of 
subitem iv, by adding "and" at the end of sub- 
item V and by adding thereto the following 
subitem: 

vi. The Corporation of the Municipality of 
Neebing. 

(4123) 7 



HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

O. Reg. 56/84. 

General. 

Made — January 27th, 1984. 

Filed— Februar%- 1st, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 452 OF REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

1. Item 22 of Table 1 of Regulation 452 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as made by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 704/83, is revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

22. On or after the 1st day of 
November, 1983, but 
before the 1st day of 

February, 1984. 475.10 15.62 813.02 26.73 1,288.12 42.35 

23. On or after the 1st day of 
February, 1984, but 
before the 1st day of 

March, 1984. 482.40 15.86 848.07 26.49 1,330.47 42.35 

'4 On or after the 1st day of 

March, 1984. 482.40 15.86 805.72 26.49 1,288.12 42.35 

119 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 58/84 



PLANNING ACT, 1983 



O. Reg. 57/84. 
Restricted Areas — The 

Municipality of York, 

Markham. 
Made— January 27th, 1984. 
Filed— February 1st, 1984. 



Regional 
Town of 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 104/72 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

1. Section 2 of Ontario Regulation 104/72, as 
remade by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
961/78 and amended by section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 622/80 and section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 138/82, is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 

2. This Order applies to the following lands in the 
Town of Markham in The Regional Municipality of 
York: 

1. The easterly 500 feet of Lot 22, the easterly 
1,000 feet of lots 23, 24, 25 and 26, the east- 
erly 500 feet of lots 27 and 28, the easterly 
1,580 feet of the northerly 158 feet of Lot 28 
and the easterly 1 ,580 feet of the south half of 
Lot 29 in Concession V. 

2. The easterly half of Lot 18, the easterly three- 
quarters of Lot 19 and lots 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 
25, 26, 27, 28 and 29 in Concession VI, 
excepting the westerly 250 feet of the said lots 
20 and 29 in the said Concession. 

3. The northerly quarter of Lot 17, lots 18, 19, 
20, 21, 12, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28 and 29 and 
the southerly quarter of Lot 30 in Concession 
VII. 

4. The northerly 800 feet of the easterly quarter 
of Lot 16, lots 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 
25,26,27,28 and 2 9 and the southerly half of 
Lot 30 in Concession VIII, excepting: 

i. that portion of Lot 1 7 lying west of the 
Canadian National Railways right of 
way and more particularly described 
as the southerly 430 feet and the 
northerly 668.06 feet of the said por- 
tion of Lot 17, 

ii. those portions of lots 18, 19 and 20 
that lie between the easterly limit of 
that part of King's Highway known as 
No. 48 and the westerly limit of the 
Canadian National Railways right of 
way. 

5 . That part of Lot 6 in Concession IX and lots 
4 and 5, Block E, Plan 19, more particularly 



described in an instrument registered in the 
Land Registry Office for the Registry Divi- 
sion of York Region (No. 65) as Number 
75993. 

6. Those portions of lots 7 and 8 in Concession 
IX designated as Part 10 on Ministry of 
Housing Plan Number 5382-062 deposited in 
the said Land Registry Office as Number 

64R-7486. 

7. The northeasterly quarter of Lot 15, lots 16 
to 29, both inclusive, and the southerly half 
of Lot 30 in Concession IX, excepting the 
westerly 1,000 feet of the southerly half of the 
said Lot 16. 

8. Lots 15 to 29, both inclusive, and the south- 
erly quarter of Lot 30 in Concession X. 

9. All original road allowances between or 
fronting the lands described in paragraphs 1 
to 8. O. Reg. 57/84, s. 1. 

2. Sections 16, 24, 28, 30, 40 and 69 of the said 
Regulation are revoked. 

3. Schedules 3, 9, 13, 15, 24 and 62 to the said 
Regulation are revoked. 

Claude F. Bennett, 

Minister of Municipal Affairs 

and Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 27th day of January, 1984. 

(4125) 7 



MILK ACT 

O. Reg. 58/84. 

Milk Producers, Licences, Quotas, 

Pools and Transportation. 
Made— February 1st, 1984. 
Filed— February 1st, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 45/82 

MADE UNDER THE 

MILK ACT 

1. Subsections 5 (1) and (2) of Ontario Regulation^ 
45/82, as remade by section 1 of Ontario Regu-; 
lation 80/83, are revoked and the folio wins 
substituted therefor: 

(1) Subject to subsection (2), every producer sha 
pay licence fees at the rate of 69.6 cents for each 
hectolitre or fraction thereof of milk sold to the 
marketing board. 



122 



O. Reg. 58/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 61/84 783 



(2) Every producer in the Northern Ontario Pool, 
the Northwestern Ontario Pool, the Southern Ontario 
Pool and the Thunder Bay Pool shall pay licence fees 
at the rate of 69.6 cents for each hectolitre or fraction 
thereof of milk sold to the marketing board. O. Reg. 
58/84, s. 1. 

The Ontario Milk Marketing Board: 

Kenneth McKinnon 
Chairman 

H. Parker 

Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 1st day of February, 1984. 
126) 7 



MILK ACT 

O. Reg. 59/84. 

Marketing of Milk to Fluid Milk 

Processors. 
Made— February 1st, 1984. 
Filed— February 1st, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 541/81 

MADE UNDER THE 

MILK ACT 

1. Subsection 15 (10) of Ontario Regulation 
541/81, as remade by section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 555/83, is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 

(10) All Class 5a milk supplied to a processor shall 
be sold by the marketing board and bought by the 
processor for not less than a minimum price of $37.28 
per hectolitre for milk containing 3.6 kilograms of 
milk-fat per hectolitre. O. Reg. 59/84, s. 1. 



The Ontario Milk Marketing Board: 

Kenneth McKjnnon 
Chairman 

H. Parker 

Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 1st day of February, 1984. 
(4127) 7 

MILK ACT 

O. Reg. 60/84. 
Industrial Milk — Marketing. 
Made — February 1st, 1984. 
Filed— February 1st, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 623 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

MILK ACT 

1. Subsection 13 (6) of Regulation 623 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as remade by 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 556/83, is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(6) All Class 5a milk supplied to a processor shall be 
sold by the marketing board and bought by the proces- 
sor for not less than a minimum price of $37.28 per 
hectolitre for milk containing 3.6 kilograms of milk-fat 
per hectoUtre. O. Reg. 60/84, s. 1. 

The Ontario Milk Marketing Board: 

Kenneth McKinnon 
Chairman 

H. Parker 

Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 1st day of February, 1984. 
(4128) 7 



NURSING HOMES ACT 

O. Reg. 61/84. 

General. 

Made — January 27th, 1984. 

Filed— February 1st, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 690 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 

MADE UNDER THE 

NURSING HOMES ACT 

123 



1980 



784 O. Reg. 61/84 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 63/84 

1. Item 13 of Table 1 of Regulation 690 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as made by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 703/83, is revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

13. On or after the 1st day of November, 

1983, but before the 1st day of February, 

1984. $475.10 $15.62 

14. On or after the 1st day of February, 

1984. $482.40 $15.86 



(4129 



GENERAL WELFARE ASSISTANCE ACT 

O. Reg. 62/84. 

General. 

Made — January 27th, 1984. 

Filed— February 1st, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 441 OF REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

GENERAL WELFARE ASSISTANCE ACT 

1. Item 19 of Schedule C to Regulation 441 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as made by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 698/83, is revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

19. From and including the 1st day of 
November, 1983 up to and including the 

31st day of January, 1984 $15.62 42.35 61.00 36.04 

20. From and including the 1st day of February, 

1984 $15.86 42.35 61.00 36.04 

(4150) 7 

CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS ACT 

O. Reg. 63/84. 

General. 

Made — January 27th, 1984. 

Filed— February 1st, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 95 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS ACT 

1. Item 19 of Table 1 of Regulation 95 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as remade by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 766/83, is revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

19. From and including the 1st day of 
November, 1983 up to and 
including the 31st day of January, 

1984 15.62 42.35 28.52 61.00 29.27 

20. From and including the 1st day of 

February, 1984 15.86 42.35 28.76 61.00 29.27 

(4151) 7 

124 



O. Reg. 64/84 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 66/84 

HOMES FOR THE AGED AND REST HOMES ACT 

O. Reg. 64/84. 

General. 

Made— Januarv' 27th, 1984. 

Filed— February 1st, 1984. 



78S 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 502 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HOMES FOR THE AGED AND REST HOMES ACT 

1. Item 18 of Table 1 of Regulation 502 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as remade by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 699/83, is revoked and the following substituted therefor: 



18. From and including the 1st day of August, 
1983 up to and including the 31st day of 
October, 1983 



15.36 



40.35 



27.66 



61.00 



2. Item 19 of Table 1 of the said Regulation, as remade by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 765/83, is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 



19. From and including the 1st day of 
November, 1983 up to and including the 
31st day of Januan.-, 1984 

-0. From and including the 1st day of Feb- 
ruary, 1984 



15.62 



15.86 



40.35 



40.35 



28.52 



28.76 



61.00 



61.00 



(4152) 



FAMILY BENEFITS ACT 

O. Reg. 65/84. 

General. 

Made — January 27th, 1984. 

Filed — February 1st, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 318 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

FAMILY BENEFITS ACT 

1. Subclause 12 (5) (e) (i) of Regulation 318 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as 
remade by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
700/83, is revoked and the following substi- 
tuted therefor: 

(i) $15.86 a day, or 

2. This Regulation comes into force on the 1st day 
of February, 1984. 



! (4153) 



WORKERS' COMPENSATION ACT 

O. Reg. 66/84. 

Pension Plan. 

Made— November 18th, 1983. 

Approved — December 21st, 1983. 

Filed— February 2nd, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 952 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

WORKERS' COMPENSATION ACT 

1. Section 25 of Regulation 952 of Revised Regu- 
lations of Ontario, 1980, as amended by section 
1 of Ontario Regulation 409/81 and section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 813/82, is further amended 
by adding thereto the following clause: 

(m) on and after the 1st day of January, 1984, the 
factors applied in clause (/) increased by 4 per 
cent, but in the case of a pension established 
in February, 1983, it shall be multiplied by 
1.0367, and in the case of a pension estab- 



125 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 



lished in December, 1983, it shall be multi- 
plied by 1.0033, and in the case of a pension 
established between February, 1983, and 
December, 1983, it shall be multiplied by a 
factor pro rata between 1.0367 and 1.0033, 
and in the case of a pension established in 
1984 and thereafter, it shall be multiplied by 
1.0000, 



Workers' Compensation Board: 

L. M. Alexander 
Chairman 

A. JOMA 

Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 18th day of November, 1983. 

(4154) 7 

CORONERS ACT 

O. Reg. 67/84. 

General. 

Made — January 27th, 1984. 

Filed— February 2nd, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 185 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

CORONERS ACT 

1. — (1) Paragraph 6 of Schedule 10 to Regulation 
185 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as 
remade by subsection 1 (2) of Ontario Regu- 
lation 648/81, is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor: 

6. For transporting a dead body for further 
investigation upon the authorization of 
the coroner, 

i. a fee of $65, or 

ii. in southern Ontario, an allowance of 
95 cents a kilometre for each 
kilometre of necessary travel for the 
purpose of picking up the body, 
delivering the body and returning to 
the place of origin, or 

iii. in northern Ontario, an allowance of 
97.5 cents a kilometre for each 
kilometre of necessary travel for the 
purpose of picking up the body, 
delivering the body and returning to 
the place of origin, 

whichever is the greater. 



(2) Paragraphs 7 and 8 of the said Schedule 10 are 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

. Where more than one dead body is trans- 
ported on the same trip for further in- 
vestigation upon the authorization of the 
coroner, for each additional body so 
transported, a fee of $20.00 

. For waiting time in excess of one-half 
hour necessarily incurred in connection 
with the transportation of a dead body or 
bodies for further investigation upon the 
authorization of the coroner, a fee per 
hour of 20.00 



(4155) 



PROVINCIAL PARKS ACT 

O. Reg. 68/84. 
Designation of Parks. 
Made— January 27th, 1984. 
Filed— February 2nd, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 821 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

PROVINCIAL PARKS ACT 

1. Schedule 19 of Appendix B to Regulation 82 1 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 i.^ 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

Schedule 19 

AARON PROVINCIAL PARK 

In the geographic Township of Zealand, in the Ter- 
ritorial District of Kenora, containing an area ol 
116.692 hectares, more or less, being composed oi 
pans of lots 10 and 11, Concession IV, part of Mining 
Location FM 29 and part of the bed of Thunder Lake, 
described as follows: 

Premising that the bearings hereinafter mentioned 
are astronomical and are referred to the meridian pas- 
sing through the southwest corner of Lot 10, Conces- 
sion IV; 

1. Part of lots 10 and 11, Concession IV, part of the 
bed of Thunder Lake and part of Mining Location 
FM 29, described as follows: 

Beginning at the southeast corner of Lot 10; thence 
north 88 degrees 23 minutes west along the south limit 
of that Lot, 120.747 metres to the east limit of Mining 
Location FM 29; thence south degrees 43 minutes 25 
seconds west along that east limit 317.748 metres to 
the southeast corner of that Lot; thence north 89 
degrees 08 minutes 35 seconds west along the south 
limit of Mining Location FM 29 to the northeast limit 



126 



O. Reg. 68/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



787 



of the King's Highway known as Number 17; thence 
northwest along that northeast limit on a curve to the 
right having a radius of 842.708 metres, an arc dis- 
tance of 138.583 metres, the chord equivalent being 
138.428 metres measured north 43 degrees 54 minutes 
45 seconds west; thence north 39 degrees 12 minutes 05 
seconds west along that northeast limit 338.825 
metres, more or less, to the west limit of Mining Loca- 
tion FM 29; thence south degrees 12 minutes 35 sec- 
onds east along that west limit 12.110 metres; thence 
north 39 degrees 12 minutes 05 seconds west along the 
northeast limit of the King's Highway known as 
Number 17 a distance of 51.859 metres; thence north- 
west along that northeast limit on a curve to the left 
having a radius of 896.048 metres, an arc distance of 
176.470 metres, the chord equivalent being 176.184 
metres measured north 44 degrees 51 minutes 26 sec- 
onds west; thence north 41 degrees 22 minutes 05 sec- 
onds west along that northeast limit 111.325 metres; 
thence northwest along that northeast limit on a curve 
to the left having a radius of 205.338 metres, an arc 
distance of 52.913 metres, the chord equivalent being 
52.767 metres, measured north 48 degrees 45 minutes 
west to the intersection with the line between lots 10 
and 11; thence south along that line 18.657 metres; 
thence west along the north limit of the King's High- 
way known as Number 17 on a curve to the left having 
a radius of 190.098 metres, an arc distance of 88.000 
metres, the chord equivalent being 87.215 metres 
measured north 66 degrees 20 minutes 2i seconds 
west; thence north 79 degrees 36 minutes 05 seconds 
west along that north limit 55.928 metres; thence west 
along that north limit on a curve to the left having a 
radius of 896.048 metres, an arc distance of 165.500 
metres, the chord equivalent being 165.263 metres 
measured north 74 degrees 18 minutes 36 seconds 
west; thence north 79 degrees 36 minutes 05 seconds 
west along that north limit 83. 171 metres; thence north 
10 degrees 23 minutes 55 seconds east 6.096 metres; 
thence north 79 degrees 36 minutes 05 seconds west 
18.288 metres; thence south 10 degrees 2i minutes 55 
seconds west 6.096 metres to the north limit of the 
King's Highway known as Number 17; thence north 
79 degrees 36 minutes 05 seconds west along that north 
limit 290.846 metres; thence north degrees 15 
minutes 25 seconds east 84.329 metres, more or less, to 
the water's edge of Thunder Lake; thence north 
degrees 15 minutes 25 seconds east to a point distant 
91.400 metres measured north from and perpendicular 
to the water's edge of Thunder Lake; thence in a gen- 
eral east, north, northwest, north, northeast, south- 
east, southwest, south, east, north and northeast 
direction parallel to the said water's edge and 91.400 
metres in perpendicular distance therefrom to the 
intersection with the northerly production of the line 
between lots 9 and 10, Concession IV; thence south 
along that northerly production and continuing along 
that line between lots 9 and 10 to the place of begin- 
ning. 

2. Part of Mining Location FM 29, described as 
follows: 

Beginning at the intersection of the south limit of 
Mining Location FM 29 with the southwest limit of 



the King's Highway known as Number 17; thence 
north 2 7 degrees 03 minutes 05 seconds west along that 
southwest limit 92.952 metres; thence northwest along 
that southwest limit on a curve to the left having a 
radius of 406.204 metres, an arc distance of 101.498 
metres, the chord equivalent being 101.236 metres 
measured north 34 degrees 12 minutes 35 seconds 
west; thence north 41 degrees 22 minutes 05 seconds 
west along that southwest limit 100.971 metres to the 
intersection with the west limit of Mining Location 
FM 29; thence south degrees 12 minutes 35 seconds 
east along that west limit 93.500 metres to the inter- 
section with the northeast limit of the right of way of 
the Canadian Pacific Railway Company; thence in a 
southeast direction along that northeast limit to the 
intersection with the south limit of Mining Location 
FM 29; thence south 89 degrees 08 minutes 35 seconds 
east along that south limit 54.285 metres to the place of 
beginning. 

3. Part of lots 10 and 11, Concession IV, described 
as follows: 

Beginning at the southwest corner of Lot 10; thence 
east along the south limit of that Lot 206.304 metres to 
the intersection with the southwest limit of the King's 
Highway known £is Number 17; thence north 41 
degrees 22 minutes 05 seconds west along that south- 
west limit 80.92 7 metres; thence northwest along that 
southwest limit on a curve to the left having a radius of 
842.708 metres, an arc distance of 206.432 metres, the 
chord equivalent being 205.91 1 metres measured north 
48 degrees 23 minutes 08 seconds west to the intersec- 
tion with the west limit of Lot 10; thence north along 
that limit 27.423 metres; thence west along the south 
limit of the King's Highway known as Number 17 on a 
curve to the left having a radius of 850.328 metres, an 
arc distance of 326.508 metres, the chord equivalent 
being 324.508 metres measured north 68 degrees 36 
minutes 04 seconds west; thence north 79 degrees 36 
minutes 05 seconds west along that south limit 507.867 
metres to the intersection with the west limit of Lot 11; 
thence south along that west limit 364.532 metres, 
more or less, to the intersection with the northeast 
limit of the right of way of the Canadian Pacific Rail- 
way Company; thence southeast along that northeast 
limit to the intersection with the south limit of Lot 11; 
thence east along that south limit 653.491 metres, 
more or less, to the place of beginning. 

4. Part of Lot 11, Concession IV, described as fol- 
lows: 

Beginning at the southwest corner of Lot 11; thence 
east along the south limit of that Lot 53.712 metres, 
more or less, to the intersection with the southwest 
limit of the right of way of the Canadian Pacific Rail- 
way Company; thence northwest along that southwest 
limit to the intersection with the west limit of that Lot; 
thence south along that west limit 26.444 metres, more 
or less, to the place of beginning. 

Subject to all easements granted to TransCanada Pipe 
Lines Limited. O. Reg. 68/84, s. 1. 



(4156) 



127 



788 



O. Reg. 69/84 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 70/84 

PROVINCIAL PARKS ACT PESTICIDES ACT 



O. Reg. 69/84. 
Designation of Parks. 
Made — January 27th, 1984. 
Filed— February 2nd, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 821 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

PROVINCIAL PARKS ACT 

1 . Schedule 15 of Appendix B to Regulation 82 1 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

Schedule 15 

ROCK POINT PROVINCIAL PARK 

In the Town of Dunnville, in The Regional Munici- 
pality of Haldimand-Norfolk, containing an area of 
187 hectares, more or less, being composed of lots 3 
and 4, Concession I, Lot 4, Broken Front Concession, 
the allowance for road between Concession I and 
Broken Front Concession in front of Lot 4, part of Lot 
2, Concession I and part of Barbet Point Naval 
Reserve, all as shown on the plan of the Township of 
Sherbrooke, and part of the bed of Lake Erie, all 
described as follows: 

Beginning at a point distant 84. 13 metres measured 
south 53° 10' east from a point on the west limit of Lot 
2, Concession I, distant 569.81 metres measured south 
thereon from its northwest corner; thence north 53° 10' 
west 84.13 metres to a point on the west limit of that 
Lot; thence north along the west limit of that Lot to its 
northwest corner; thence east along the north limit of 
lots 2, 3 and 4, Concession I, to the northeast corner of 
Lot 4; thence south along the east limit of that Lot to 
its southeast corner; thence continuing south in a 
straight line across the allowance for road between 
Concession I and Broken Front Concession to the 
northeast corner of Lot 4, Broken Front Concession; 
thence continuing south along the east limit of that Lot 
to its southeast corner; thence south 0° 06' west 21.88 
metres; thence north 66° 57' east and parallel to the 
north limit of Barbet Point Naval Reserve 288.25 
metres; thence north 23° 03' west 20.117 metres to the 
intersection with that limit; thence northeast along 
that limit 24 metres, more or less, to the water's edge 
along the shore of Lake Erie; thence continuing north- 
east along the production of the northwest limit of 
Barbet Point Naval Reserve to a point distant 100.00 
metres measured east from and perpendicularly to the 
water's edge; thence south, west and northwest paral- 
lel to the water's edge and 100.00 metres in perpen- 
dicular distance therefrom to the intersection with a 
line drawn on course of south 36° 50' west from the 
place of beginning; thence north 36° 50' east along that 
line 185.13 metres, more or less, to the place of begin- 
ning. O. Reg. 69/84, s. 1. 

(4157) 7 



O. Reg. 70/84. 

General. 

Made — January 27th, 1984. 

Filed— February 2nd, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 751 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

PESTICIDES ACT 

1. Clause 1 (w) of Regulation 751 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is amended by 
striking out "or" at the end of subclause (xi), by 
adding "or" at the end of subclause (xii) and b\ 
adding thereto the following subclause: 

(xiii) paraquat; 

2. Subsection 60 (2) of the said Regulation i^ 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(2) Subject to section 67, an application for a permit 
for a land extermination by means of a pesticide men- 
tioned in subsection (1) shall be in Form 10. O. Reg. 

70/84, s. 2. 

3. Subsection 67 (2) of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(2) No holder of a class of land exterminator's 
licence authorized to perform an extermination from 
an airborne machine shall perform an extermination 
with the objective of improving production of Crown 
timber as defined in the Crown Timber Act without a 
permit. 

(3) An application for the permit mentioned in this 
section shall be in Form 5. O. Reg. 70/84, s. 3. 

4. Section 103 of the said Regulation and the 
heading immediately preceding it are revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

FIRE DEPARTMENT NOTIFICATION 

103. Every holder of, 

(a) a wholesale or limited wholesale vendor's 
licence who stores for sale any pesticide; ^1 

(b) a Class 1 or 2 retail vendor's licence who 
stores for sale any Schedule 1, 2 or 5 pes- 
ticide; or 

(c) an operator's licence who stores for use any 
Schedule 1, 2 or 5 pesticide, 

shall notify the local fire department having jurisdic- 
tion in the area in which such pesticides are stored of 
the presence of the pesticide on the premises in Form 
11. O. Reg. 70/84, s. 4. 

5. Tables 1 and 2 of the said Regulation are 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 



128 



O. Reg. 70/84 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 789 

Table 1 
CANADIAN AGENT CODES 

1 ABC Agricultural and Veterinary Products Division, Abbott Labs. Ltd., 

P.O. Box 6150, Montreal, Quebec 

2 ABE Abell Waco Limited, 

246 Attwell Drive, Rexdale, Ontario M9W 5B4 

3 AMI Amchem Products Inc., 

2224 Walker Road, Windsor, Ontario NSW 3P6 

4 AMZ Amway of Canada Ltd. , 

P.O. Box 5706, London, Ontario N6A 4B5 

5 ANT Ansul International of Canada Ltd. , 

P.O. Box 465, Oakville, Ontario L6J 5A8 

6 ASH Ashworth and Associates , ^ 

49 Thornheights Road, Thornhill, Ontario L3T 3L9 „ 

7 BAB Surge, Babson Bros., Co. (Canada) Ltd., 

1025 Rangeview Road, Port Credit, Ontario L5E 1H2 

8 BAI Thuron Ltd. , 

P.O. Box 73, Port Perry, Ontario LOB INO 

9 BAO Bateman, W. E. 

347 Bay Street, Suite 304, Toronto, Ontario M5H 2R8 

10 BAT Geo Bartlett, N.M. Bartlett Manufacturing Co. Ltd., 

P. 0. Box 490, 931 Bartlett Road, Beamsville, Ontario LOR IBO 

11 BAU Charles Bateman, Ltd., 

P.O. Box 25, Thornhill, Ontario L3T 3N1 

12 BEL Belco Safety Products Ltd., 

341 Bering Avenue, Toronto, Ontario M8Z 3A8 

13 BGM B and G Marketing Services of Canada, 

P.O. Box 82, Orillia, Ontario L3V 6H9 

14 BRE G. Murray Gray, 

127 Frederick Street, Kitchener, Ontario N2H 2L8 

15 BRM Brooks Macfarlane, 

Box 67, Welland, Ontario L3B 5N9 

16 BRN Brandis, W.B.A. 

Carlisle, Ontario LOR IHO 

17 BRP Stanley Brock Ltd., 

145 Market Avenue E., Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 1C5 

18 BRT Brookdale-Kingsway Ltd. , 

150 Duke Street, Bowmanville, Ontario LlC 2W3 

19 BYS Brett-Young Seeds Ltd., 

Winnipeg 19, Manitoba 

20 CAU Canadian Germicide Co. Ltd., 

591 The Queensway, Toronto, Ontario M8Y 1J8 

21 CBS Canadian Spawn and Supply Ltd., 

Box 385, Newkirk Road, Richmond Hill, Ontario L4C 4Y6 

22 CBU Carpenter, A. 

171 Eglinton Avenue East, Toronto, Ontario M4P 1K5 

23 CCD Canadian Occidental Petroleum Ltd. 

550-6th Avenue, S.W. Calgary, Alta T2P 0S3 



129 



790 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 70/84 

24 CGA Ciba-Geigy Agric. Chem. , 

1 Westside Drive, Etobicoke, Ontario M9C 1B2 

25 CGC Ciba-Geigy Canada Ltd., 

1 Westside Drive, Etobicoke, Ontario M9C 1B2 

26 CGL Cargill Grain Company Limited, 

500 - 167 Lombard Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B OVA 

27 CHH Chemagro Ltd. 

1355 Aerowood Drive, Mississauga, Ontario L4W IC2 

28 CHP Chipman Chemicals Ltd. 

400 Jones Road, P.O. Box 9100, Stoney Creek, Ontario L8G 3Z1 

29 COF Coghlan's Ltd. 

235 Garry Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3C 1H2 

30 COI Conn Chem. Ltd. 

24 Curity Avenue, Toronto, Ontario M4B 1X7 

31 COQ Cooper Div. of Agropharm Ltd. 

40 Riverview, LaSalle, Quebec HSR 3S1 

32 COS R. Goltz, Copeland Laboratories Ltd., 

41 Racine Road, Rexdale, Ontario M9W 2Z6 

33 ecu Corry, F. D. 

471 Winnipeg Street, Suite 105-A, Penticton, B.C. V2A 5M7 

34 CUS Cutter Laboratories International, 

6023 Fifth Street, S.E., Calgary 27, Alberta T2H 1L5 

35 DEK Dekalb Canada Limited, 

301 Richmond Street, Chatham, Ontario N7M 5K5 

36 DIA Diamond Shamrock Canada Limited 

150 Consumers Road, Willowdale, Ontario M2J 1P9 

37 Die Diamond Alkali (Canada) Ltd. 

197 Bartley Drive, Toronto, Ontario M4A 1E9 

38 DIE Diamond Laboratories (Canada) Ltd. 

6420-lA Street, S.W. , Calgary, Alberta T2H 0G6 

39 DIT Ditchling Corp. Ltd. 

P.O. Box 395, Don Mills, Ontario M3C 2S7 

40 DIV Diversey (Canada) Ltd. 

2645 Royal Windsor Drive, Clarkson Postal Stn. , Mississauga, Ont L5J ILl 

41 DKB De Kalb Canada Limited 

P.O. Box 430, Chatham, Ontario N7M 5K5 

42 DOL Dominion Veterinary Laboratories Ltd. 

800 Main Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba R2W 3N7 

43 ELZ Elston Industries Ltd. 

1350 Church Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba R2X 1G4 

44 ENL Environmental Laboratories Limited 

25 York Avenue, Toronto, Ontario M6N 2V3 

45 FER W. H. Perron & Co. Ltd. 

515 Boul. Labelle, Chomedey (Lavalle) , Quebec 

46 FIR Fireco Sales Ltd. 

33 Racine Road, Rexdale, Ontario M9W 2Z4 



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O. Reg. 70/84 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 791 

47 FIT Fish, A. W. 

P.O. Box 88, Bonnie Drive, Route 1, Winfield, B.C. VOH 2C0 

48 FMC FMC of Canada Ltd. 

1274 Plains Road East, Burlington, Ontario L7S 1W6 

49 FOB Winchester-Western (Canada) Limited 

P.O. Box 2007, Cobourg, Ontario K9A 4MI 

50 FRC Franklin Laboratories Inc., 

1777 South Vellaire Street, Denver, Colorado 80222 USA 

51 FRD Franklin Laboratories Ltd. 

526-7th Avenue, S.E., Calgary, Alberta T2G 0J6 

52 FRM Fraser Valley Mushroom Growers Co-op., 

496 Prior Street, Vancouver 4, B.C. V6A 2G1 

53 GCP Green Cross Products, 

2875 Centre Street, Montreal 104, P.Q. H3K 1K4 

54 GIE George E. Gilbert Equipment Ltd., 

P.O. Box 206, Leamington, Ontario N8H 3W2 

55 GIL Fred Gillmore 

38 Greenbrae Circuit, Scarborough, Ontario MIH 1P6 

56 GLE Glendale Agencies ■ *< ^^ 

286 St. Paul Street West, Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2A4 

57 GOO Goodman and Company 

479 Granville Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6C ITl 

58 GRE Green Valley Fertilizer and Chemical Co. Ltd. 

P.O. Box 249, Surrey, B.C. V3T 4W8 

59 HAU Hartz Mountain Pet Supplies ' 

Talbot Street, St. Thomas, Ontario ' 

60 HAW Haver-Lockhart Service 

3427 Street, S. E., Calgary 27, Alberta 

61 HER Gordon Buchan, Herridge Tolmie, 

116 Albert Street, Ottawa, Ontario KIP 5G3 

62 HFC Hercules Incorporated (Canada) Ltd. 

1980 Sherbrooke Street West, Montreal, Quebec H3H 1E8 

63 HUB Hunter Brand Manufacturing Ltd. 

95 Ouest Street, Zotique, Montreal, Quebec H2S IPl 

64 ITT ITT Industries of Canada Ltd., '' 

P.O. Box 138, 7-D Centre, Toronto, Ontario M5K IHl 

65 JAC Jacuzzi Canada Ltd. , 

330 Humberline Drive, Rexdale, Ontario M9W 1R5 

66 JEB Jersey Brand Products Ltd., 

2875 Laurier Street East, Montreal, Quebec H2Y 1Z3 

67 JOS Ivan J. Jones, Amchem Products Inc., 

270 Grand Avenue East, P.O. Box 1198, Chatham, Ontario M7M 5L8 

68 KEM Kem-San Limited 

462 Trafalgar Road, P.O. Box 727, Oakville, Ontario L6J 5C1 ' '' 

69 LBT Don LaBritton, 

1390 Windmill Lane, Ottawa, Ontario KIB 4V5 



131 



70 


LEA 


71 


LEE 


72 


LEI 


73 


LEY 


74 


LUY 


75 


MAH 


76 


MAK 


77 


MAL 


78 


MBY 


79 


MCB 


80 


MCC 


81 


MCG 


82 


MCH 


83 


MCK 


84 


MCM 


85 


MIL 


86 


MLS 


87 


MMN 


88 


MMR 


89 


MOL 


90 


NAG 


91 


NAQ 


92 


NOE 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 70/84 

Leavens Bros. Ltd. 

P.O. Box 1000, 2555 Derry Road East, Malton P. Stn. , Mississauga, Ont. L4T lA 

Legate and Tedder Ltd. 

35 Oak Street, Weston, Ontario M9N lAl 

P. Leiner and Sons (Canada) Ltd. 

2175 Sheppard Avenue East, Ste. 206, Willowdale, Ontario M2J 1W8 

Leytosan (Canada) Ltd. 

343 Higgins Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3A 0V4 

Lundy , J . G . 

P.O. Box 548, Shaunauon, Sask. SON 2M0 

Magnacbem Limited 

626-58th Avenue, S.E. , Zone 27, Calgary, Alberta T2H OPS 

Paul Maheu, Maheu and Maheu Inc., 

319 Rue du Pont, Quebec, Que. GIK 6M2 

Rudolph G. Malek 

3737 Piper Avenue, Burnaby, B.C. V5A 3B2 

May and Baker (Canada) Ltd. 

180 Bellarmin Street, Montreal 11, Quebec H2P 1G5 

McCain Produce Ltd. 

East Florenceville, N. B. 

McClelland Veterinary Supplies Ltd. 

P.O. Box 37, St. Hyacinthe, Quebec J2S 7B2 

W. J. McCracken & Son, Turf Supplies 
Georgetown, Ontario 

McGoun Chemicals Ltd. 

5820 Cote St. Francois, Montreal, Quebec H4S 1B7 

McKinnon, W. G. 

Ste. 201, 185 Bay Street, Toronto, Ontario M5J 1K6 

Donald MacGregor 

P.O. Box 397, Station A, Weston, Ontario M9M 3N1 

Lawrence E. Miller, 

Apt. 504, 6000 Yonge Street, Willowdale, Ontario M2M 3W1 

Mine Safety Appliances Company of Canada Limited 
148 Norfinch Drive, Downsview, Ontario M3N 1X8 

3M Canada Ltd. 

P.O. Box 5757, London, Ontario N6A 4T2 

McCarthy & McCarthy, Attn.: Robert Sterling Esq., 
P.O. Box 48, Toronto, Ontario M5K 1E6 

Monsanto Canada Ltd., 

P.O. Box 900, Montreal 3, Quebec 

National Garden Supply of Canada Ltd., 

145 Duke Street, Bowmanville, Ontario LlC 2W4 

Naturalflow Maple Sap Plastic Tubing and Supplies Ltd. , 
St. Emile De Montcalm, Quebec 

Northland Machinery Supply Company Ltd., 

P.O. Box 606, Station F, Thunder Bay, Ontario P7C 4W8 



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O. Reg. 70/84 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 793 

NOF Norfolk Aerial Spraying Ltd., 

R. R. #7, Simcoe, Ontario N3Y 4K6 

ORE O'Reilly, H. J., Plant Pathology Branch, Ministry of Agriculture 
Victoria, B.C. V8W 2Z7 

PEJ Penick Canada Ltd., 

565 Coronation Drive, West Hill, Ontario MIE 2K3 

PEL Pennwalt of Canada Ltd., 

700 Third Line Road, Oakville, Ontario L6J 5A3 

PFE Pfizer Canada Inc., 

17,300 Trans Canada Hwy. , P.O. Box 800, Pointe-Claire-Dorval , Que H9R 4V2 

PFF Pfizer Company Limited, 

404 North Front Street, Sarnia, Ontario N7T 5S9 

PHX Phoenix Chemicals Ltd. 

P.O. Box 1136, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3C 2Y4 

PIN Lucien Pinet 

1010 Ste. Catherine Street West, Suite 341, Montreal, Quebec H3B IGl 

PLC Plant Products Company Limited 

314 Orenda Road, Bramalea, Ontario L6T IGl 

PSA Provincial Pest Control Inc., 

292 Decarie Blvd., St. Laurent, Montreal, Quebec H4N 2M2 

REE Henry Reinders, 

P.O. Box 2, Drayton, Ontario NOG IPO 

REP Harry D. Reid Agencies Ltd., 

25 York Avenue, Toronto, Ontario M6M 1W6 

ROA Robinson Sales Agency, 

5765 Buckingham Avenue, Burnaby, B.C. V5E 2A2 

ROP Rogar/STB Div. of BTI Products Ltd., -^ *?".] 

P.O. Box 213, 805 Castelneau Street, Douville, St. Hyacinthe, Quebec 

SAF Sanex Chemicals Ltd., 

6439 Netherhart Road, Mississauga, Ontario N5T 1C3 

SAY Sandoz Pharmaceuticals, 

P.O. Box 385, Dorval, Quebec H9R 4P5 

SEP Sep-Ko Chemical of Canada Ltd., 

1703 Mattawa Avenue, Cooksville, Ontario L4X 1K5 

SEV Seven Cities Food Brokers Ltd., 

898 King Edward Street, Winnipeg 21, Manitoba R3H 0P4 

SHH Harry Sharp and Son Ltd., 

62 Malkin Street, Vancouver 4, B.C. 

SIL Norman Silver, 

120 Eglinton Avenue East, Suite 218, Toronto, Ontario M4P 1E2 

SMS Simms Shuber, 

69 Bloor Street East, Toronto, Ontario M4W 1B3 

SMT Mor. Pac Limited 

P.O. Box 68, Burlington, Ontario KOK IHO 

SOJ Soluja Ltee. , 

620 Cathcart, Ste. 400, Birks Building, Phillips Square, Montreal, Quebec 



133 



794 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 70/84 

116 SOL Solcoor Canada Limited, 

Suite 343, 1255 University Avenue, Montreal, P.Q. H3B 3B5 

117 STK Sterwin Laboratories, Division of Sterling Drug Ltd., 

Aurora, Ontario LAG 3H6 

118 SUH Sumitomo Sho j i Canada Limited, 

Ste. 2301, Commerce Crt. W./Box 53 Commerce Crt. P. Stn. , Toronto, Ont. M5L 

119 TAC The Tack Shop 

3 11- 17th Avenue, South West, Calgary, Alberta T2S 0A5 

120 TAY Tom Taylor Company Limited 

136 Adelaide Street East, Toronto, Ontario M5C 1L6 

121 THS Joseph Thomas, 

Gillin Bldg., 141 Laurier Ave. W. , Ottawa, Ont. KIP 5J3 

122 THV Thuron Limited, 

P.O. Box 73, Port Perry, Ontario LOB INO 

123 TIS Richard De Lissa, Timber Specialties Ltd., 

1326 Johnston Road., Suite 202, White Rock, B.C. V4B 3Z2 

124 UAF United Farmers of Alberta Coop. Ltd., 

119 1st Street S.E., Calgary, Alberta 

125 VAR Van Waters and Rogers Ltd., 

P.O. Box 2009, 2625 Skeena Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6B 3R2 

126 VEF G.L. Tyacke, The Vernon Fruit Union, 

2601-32nd Street, Vernon, B.C. VIT 5L5 

127 VIO Ray Valentine, Video Inspection and Grouting (Mar.) Ltd., 

P.O. Box 790, Truro, N.S. B2N 5E8 

128 VIR Virchem of Canada Limited, 

1440 Tenth Street East, P.O. Box 307, Cornwall, Ontario K6H 5T1 

129 WAG Dr. G. A. Wagner 

P.O. Box 457, Station H, Montreal, Quebec H3G 2L1 

130 WAL Watkins Products Inc., 

90 Annabella Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B OGl I 

131 WEL Wellcome Division of Agropharm Limited 

P.O. Box 500, Lachine, Quebec H8R 4A3 

132 WER Western Brand Products Limited 

10584- 107th Street, Edmonton, Alberta T5H 2Y6 

133 WIW Winchester-Western (Canada) Limited 

Brook Road North, Box 2007, Cobourg, Ontario K9A 4M1 

134 ZOD Zoecon Industries Limited, 

P.O. Box 30, Port Perry, Ontario LOB INO 

O. Reg. 70/84, s. i,pa 



134 



O. Reg. 70/84 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 795 

Table 2 
INDEX OF REGISTRANT CODES 

1 AAG N. V. Aagrunol Chemical Works 

Osterkade 10, Gronigen, Holland Wf-- 

2 ABB Agricultural and Veterinary Products Div. , Abbott Labs. Ltd., 

Abbott Park, North Chicago, Illinois 6006A, U.S.A. 

3 ABE Abell Waco Ltd. 

246 Attwell Drive, Rexdale, Ontario M9W 5B4 

4 ABL Able Atomic Pest Control Co., 

1655 Edouard-Laurin Blvd., Montreal 9, Quebec H4L 2B6 

5 ACE Aceline Products Corp., 

P.O. Box 236, 27 Gorham Street, Rochester 5, N.Y., U.S.A. 

6 ACM Acme Chemical Products 

299 Niagara Street, Toronto, Ontario M6J 2L6 

7 ACO Acophram Division of Noco Drugs Ltd. , 

24 Sable Street, Toronto 15, Ontario 

8 ADE Adroit Enterprises 

P.O. Box 66, Station C. , Winnipeg, Manitoba R3M 3J3 

9 AEF Aerosol Fillers Inc., 

5485 Ramsay Road, St. Hubert, Quebec J3Y 5S8 

10 AER Aerosol Blitzer Co., 

10 Dell Park Avenue, Toronto, Ontario M6B 2T4 

11 AGB AgBiochem, Inc., 

3 Fleetwood Court, Orinda, CA. 94563 U.S.A. 

12 AGC Agan Chemical Manufactures Limited, c/o Solchem Inc. 

415 Madison Avenue, New York, N.Y. , 10017, U.S.A. 

13 AGO Agro Industries Ltd. , 

17902 Roan Place, (Cloverdale) Surrey, B.C. V3S 5K1 

14 AID Aid Laboratories Inc. , 

1800 E. North Park St., Okeechobee, FL. 33472 U.S.A. 

15 AIG Air Guard Control of Canada Ltd., 

76 Martin Ross Avenue, Downsview, Ontario M3J 2L4 

16 AIK Airkem of Canada Ltd. , 

1635 Sismet Road, Mississauga, Ontario L4W 1W5 

17 AIR Air-Way Distributor of Ontario 

3281 Yonge Street, Toronto, Ontario M4N 2L8 

18 ALC Alchem Ltd. , 

P.O. Box 5002, 1055 Truman St., Burlington, Ont. L7R 3Y9 

19 ALL Allied Chemical Canada Ltd., 

1155 Dorchester Blvd. W. , Montreal 102, Quebec H3B 3Z4 

20 ALM Alma Paint and Varnish Co. Ltd., 

P.O. Box 2274, Terminal A., London, Ontario M6A 4E8 

21 ALO Alberto-Culver of Canada Ltd., 

506 Kipling Ave., Toronto, Ont. M8Z 5E2 

22 ALR Alfco Rokeby Co. Inc., 

2nd and St. Clair Sts . , Marietta, Ohio, 45750, U.S.A. 

23 ALS Allied Chemical Services Ltd., 

5507 First St. S. E., Calgary, Alberta T2H 1H9 

24 ALT Al-Si-Co Limitee, 

150 Seigneuriale, Beauport, Quebec GlE 4Y6 

25 ALW Alberta Wheat Pool 

Wheat Pool Building, 505-2nd Street S. W. , Calgary, Alberta T2P 1N8 

26 AMC Amchem Products Inc. 

Brookside Avenue, Ambler, PA., 19002, U.S.A. 

27 AMR Araerico Laboratories 

7330 St. Hubert Rue, Montreal, Quebec H2R 2N3 

28 AMV Amvac Chemical Corp., 

4100 F. Washington Blvd., Los Angeles, CA. 90023 U.S.A. 

29 AMW Amway Sales Corp. 

7575 E. Fulton Road, Ada, Michigan, 49301 U.S.A. 
j 30 AMZ Amway of Canada Limited 
I Hwy. 135, R.R. #4, London, Ontario N6A 4B8 



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31 ANA Anbros Inc. 

3312 Place Victoria, Montreal 115, Quebec 

32 ANI Animal Repellents Inc. 

980 Ellicott Street, Buffalo, N.Y. 14209 U.S.A. 

33 ANS Ansul Co. 

1 Stanton Street, Marinette, Wisconsin 54143, U.S.A. 

34 ANX Anitox Corp., 

P.O. Box 3891, Corpus Christi, TX. 78404 U.S.A. 

35 APB Applied Biochemists Inc. 

5300 W County Line Road, P.O. Box 25, Mequon, Wisconsin 53092, U.S.A. 

36 APC Aetna Pest Control Ltd., 

1828 Danforth Ave., Toronto, Ont. M4C 1H8 

37 ARC Arc Enterprises Ltd. , 

4686 Marine Drive., Burnaby, B.C. V5J 3G2 

38 ARR Airrigation Engineering Co. Inc., 

P.O. Box H, Carmel Valley, CA. 93924 U.S.A. 

39 ATL Laboratoire Atlas Engr. 

5860 Boulevard Metropolitain, Montreal, Quebec HIS 1A7 

40 ATS Atlas Chemical Industries Canada Limited 

P.O. Box 1085, Brantford, Ontario N3T 5T2 

41 AVC Avitrol Corporation 

P.O. Box 45141, 7644 East 46th Street, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74145, U.S.A. 

42 AVM Avmor Ltd. 

433 St. Helen Street, Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2L1 

43 AVP Avon Products of Canada Limited 

5500 Trans Canada Highway, Pointe Claire, Quebec H9R 1B6 

44 AYH Ayerst Laboratories, Division of Ayerst, McKenna and Harrison Ltd. 

P.O. Box 6115, Montreal, Quebec H4Y 1B6 

45 BAB Surge, Babson Bros., Co. (Canada) Ltd., 

1025 Rangeview Road, Port Credit, Ontario L5E 1H2 

46 BAD Baird and McGuire, Inc. 

South Street, Holbrook, Mass., U.S.A. 

47 BAI Baird and McGuire Canada Ltd. 

445 21st Avenue, Lachine, Quebec H8S 3T8 

48 BAP Bapco Paint Ltd. 

P.O. Box 9011, Surrey, B.C. V3T 4Y4 

49 BAR Barnett Chemical Products Co. 

3018 Frankford Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa., 19134, U.S.A. 

50 BAT The N.M. Bartlett Manufacturing Co. Ltd. 

P.O. Box 490, 931 Bartlett Road, Beamsville, Ontario LOR IBO 

51 BAX Bayvet Division of Cutter Laboratories Inc., 

1351 Matheson Bldv. , Suite 24, Mississauga, Ont L4W 2A1 

52 BAZ BASF Canada Ltd. 

10 Constellation Court, Rexdale, Ontario M9W IKl 

53 BBE B.B. Extermination Inc., 

1805-5-E Avenue, Shawinigan-Sud, Quebec G9B 1M2 

54 BCC B.C. Pest Control Ltd. 

2511 W. Broadway, Vancouver 9, B.C. V6K 2E9 

55 BDC Brentdale Chemicals, 

41 Racine Road, Rexdale, Ontario M9W 2Z6 

56 BEA Beacon Chemicals (1973) Ltd., 

234 Arvin Avenue, Stoney Creek, Ontario L8E 2L8 

57 BEC Bell's Ltd. , 

15-15th Street W. , Prince Albert, Sask. S6V 3P4 

58 BEH Bee Maid Honey Limited 

625 Roseberry Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3H 0T4 

59 BEM M. Roger Bergeron 

1240 Gilford, Montreal, Quebec H2J 1R2 

60 BEN Benjamin Moore and Co. Ltd., 

15 Lloyd Avenue, Toronto, Ontario M6M 1G9 



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797 



61 


BEP 


62 


BER 


63 


BET 


64 


BIE 


65 


BIG 


66 


BIR 


• 

' 67 


BLB 


' 68 


BLL 


69 


BMC 


70 


BOD 


71 


BOW 


72 


BOY 


73 


BPC 


74 


BRD 


75 


BRF 


76 


BRG 


77 


BRH 


78 


BRJ 


79 


BRK 


80 


BRF 


81 


BRS 


82 


BRT 


83 


BUK 


84 


BUL 


85 


BUX 


86 


CM 


87 


CAF 


88 


CAI 


89 


CAL 


90 


CAM 



Bernal Laboratories Ltd., 

5485 Ramsay Road, St. Hubert, Quebec J3Y 5S8 

Bernzomatic Ltd., 

310 Judson St., Toronto, Ont. M8Z 5T6 

F. Bertrand and Fils 

1414 St. Clement, Montreal 4, Quebec HIV 3E2 

Bikoe Manufacturing Co. Ltd. 

434 Queen Street East, Toronto, Ontario M5A 1T4 

Bio-Guard Canada Limited 

2 Primrose Avenue, Toronto, Ontario M6H 3T9 

Birch Fumigators 

10540-101 St., Edmonton, Alberta T5H 2R8 

W. A. Blackburn 

1570 Lepine St., St. Laurent, Quebec H4L 4N8 

Bell Laboratories Inc., 

734 E. Washington Ave., Box 5133, Madison, WI . 53703 U.S.A. 

B and M Chemicals 

3280 Mainway, Burlington, Ontario L7M 1A6 

Borderland Products Inc. 

P.O. Box 360, Buffalo, N.Y. , 14240 U.S.A. 

Bower Industries Inc., 

P.O. Box 1631, 1601 W. Orangewood, Orange, CA. 92668 U.S.A. 

Boyle-Midway (Canada) Limited 

2 Wickman Road, Toronto, Ontario M8Z 5M5 

BP Canada Limited 

1245 Sherbrooke Street West, Montreal, Quebec H3G 102 

Bradford Fertilizer Co. Ltd. 

P.O. Box 1000, Bradford, Ontario LOG ICO 

Bristol-Myers Products Canada Ltd. , 

99 Vanderhoof Avenue, Toronto, Ontario M4G 2H6 

The British American Chemical Co. Ltd. 

1355 St. John Street, Regina, Sask. S4R ISl 

British American Chemical Co. Ltd. 

8321 Willard Street, Burnaby, B.C. V3N 2X3 

Dr. L. P. Brisson 

350 Chemin Larocque, Valleyfield, Quebec J6T 4C3 

John H. Breck Ltd. 

2031 Kennedy Road, Toronto, Ontario MIP 2M4 

Stanley Brock Ltd. 

145 Market Avenue E., Winnipeg 2, Manitoba R3B 1C5 

Breck' s Sporting Goods Co. Ltd., 

2560 Roy St., Sherbrooke, Que JIK ICl 

Brookdale-Kingsway Ltd. 

Dule Street, Bowmanville, Ontario LlC 2W3 

W. K. Buckley Ltd. 

559 College Street, Toronto, Ontario M6G 1A9 

Buckman Lab. of Canada Ltd. 

l600-50th Avenue, Lachine, Quebec H8T 2B5 

Burton's Sanitation Ltd., 

661 Montreal St., P.O. Box 421, Kingston, Ont. K7L 4W2 

Cadillac Products Reg'd. 

373 Des Sables, Quebec, Quebec GIL 2T8 

Canada Packers Ltd., Pharmaceutical Group 

115 Glen Scarlett Road, Toronto, Ontario M6N 1P5 

Canada Packers Ltd., Fine Chemicals Div. , 

55 Glen Scarlett Road, Toronto, Ontario M6N 1P5 

Chempac Aerosales Ltd. 

P.O. Box 23, Sub Station 69, Calgary, Alberta T2A OBO 

Canada West Products Co. 

718 Second Avenue, S.W., Calgary, Alberta T2P 0E3 



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91 CAO Canadian Adhesives Ltd. 

420 Marien Avenue, Montreal East, Quebec HIB 4B6 

92 CAR Canadian Copper Refiners Ltd. 

1700 Bank of Nova Scotia Bldg. , Toronto, Ontario 

93 CAS Casa Bernardo Ltd. 

Rua Amador Bueno , 315/319 Santos, San Paulo, Brazil 

94 CAT Cantol Ltd. 

199 Steelcase Road, Don Mills, Ontario M3C 2T9 

95 CAV Canadian Germicide Co. Ltd. 

591 The Queensway, Toronto, Ontario M8Y 1J8 

96 CAX Canadian Hoechst Ltd. 

100 Tempo Avenue, Willowdale, Ontario M2H 2N8 

97 CAY Canadian Industrial Chemicals Ltd. 

P.O. Box 173 Montreal International Airport, Montreal Quebec 

98 CBA Canadian Industries Ltd., Paints Div. 

P.O. Box 10, Montreal, Quebec H3C 2R3 

99 CBB Canadian Industries Ltd. 

P.O. Box 5201, London, Ontario N6A 4L6 

100 CBC Canadian Saltfish Corp., 

P.O. Box 6088, Royal Trust Bldg., St. Johns, Nfld. AlC 5X8 

101 CBD Canadian Sugar Factories Ltd. 

306-lOth Street South, Lethbridge, Alberta TIJ 2M6 

102 CBE Canadian Tire Corp. Ltd. 

837-857 Yonge Street, Toronto, Ontario M4W 2H3 

103 CBG Canadiana Products Inc. 

130 Boul. Industriel, Boucherville, Quebec J4B 2X2 

104 CBK Congard Industries Ltd. 

1377 Winnipeg Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3E 0S7 

105 CBL Cardel Products, 

P.O. Box 125, Richmond Hill, Ontario L4C 4X9 

106 CBM Carbola Chemical Co. Inc., Sub. of Int'l., Talc Co. Inc. 

Natural Bridge, N.Y. , 13665 U.S.A. 

107 CBR Carmel Chemical Corp. 

P.O. Box 406, Westfield, Indiana, U.S.A. 

108 CBT Cartier Chemical Co. Ltd. 

445-21st Avenue, Lachine, Quebec H8S 9Z9 

109 CER Certified Laboratories of Canada Ltd., 

P.O. Box 460, Brampton, Ontario L6V 2L4 

110 CET Cerfact Laboratories, 

1316 Blundell Road, Mississauga, Ontario L4Y IMS 

111 CGA Ciga-Geigy Agr. Chem. , Div. of Ciba Geigy Canada Ltd., 

1 Westside Drive, Etobicoke, Ontario M9C 1B2 

112 CGC Ciba-Geigy Canada Ltd. , Consuiners Products Div. 

1 Westside Drive, Etobicoke, Ontario M9C 1B2 

113 CGD Ciba-Geigy Canada Ltd., Dyestuffs and Chemical Div., 

205 Bouchard Blvd., Dorval, Que. H9S IBl 

114 CGL Cargill Grain Co. Ltd., 

1414 Richardson Bldg., 1 Lombard Place, Winnipeg 2, Manitoba 

115 CHA Chatfield Distributors Ltd. 

168 Bannatyne Avenue, Winnipeg 2, Manitoba 

116 CHC Chempara Corp. Ltd., 

P.O. Box 1201, Station P, Mississauga, Ont. L4Y 3W5 

117 CHD Chapman Chemical (Canada) Ltd. 

Ste. 2601-1155 Dorchester Blvd. W. , Montreal 2, Quebec H3B 3Z4 

118 CHF Chem Mark of Canada Ltd., 

41 Maple Avenue, Thornhill, Ontario M4W 2T8 

119 CHG Chemagro, A Div. of Baychem Corp., 

P.O. Box 4913, Kansas City, Missouri, 64120 U.S.A. 

120 CHH Chemagro Ltd., 

1355 Aerowood Dr., Mississauga, Ont. L4W 1C2 



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121 CHM Chempar Chemical Co. Inc., 

60 East 42nd Street, N.Y. , New York 10017, U.S.A. 

122 CHP Chipman Chemicals Ltd. *ii^> tci 

400 Jones Road, Stoney Creek, Ontario L8G 3Z1 

123 CHR Laboratories Choisy Ltee . J^:) t*"] 

390 Boulevard Est., Louisville, Quebec 

124 CHV Chevron Chemical (Canada) Ltd., Ortho Div. ' i^i 

3228 South Service Road, Burlington, Ontario L7N 3M8 

125 CIJ Circle Sales Janitor Supplies Ltd., « «'f5< 

472 Mill St., P.O. Box 331, Kitchener, Ontario N2G 2Y9 

126 CLA W. A. Cleary Corp., (Canada) Ltd. 

48 Dundas Street West., P.O. Box 178, Belleville, Ontario K8P 1A3 

127 CLI Fred Cline and Associates 

4944 Xerxes Avenue S., Minneapolis, Minnesota 55410, U.S.A. 

128 CLL Cleanwell Products Ltd., j<'^i 

729 Wall St., Winnipeg, Man. R3G 2T6 

129 CLR W.A. Cleary Chemical Corp., 

1049 Somerset Street, P.O. Box 10, Somerset, N.J. 08873 USA 

130 CMS Canadian Mill Supply Co. Ltd., 

451 Ellesmere Road, Scarborough, Ontario MIR 4E5 

131 CNK Conklin Products Ltd., 

2250 Albert St., Regina, Sask. S4P 2V2 

132 COA Cobra International Inc. 

P.O. Box 985, Bayomon, Puerto Rico 00619 

133 COI Connecticut Chemicals Ltd., 

24 Curity Avenue, Toronto, Ontario M4B 1X2 

134 COK Continental Chemical Co. 

4535 Hotel de Ville, Montreal 151, Quebec 

135 COL Collins Laboratories 

R.R. in, Simcoe, Ontario N3Y 4K6 

136 CON Consolidated Paint and Varnish Canada Ltd., 

P.O. Box 396, Montreal N, Quebec H3C 2T1 

137 COO Cooke Laboratories Inc. 

1939-41 Sergeant Street, Philadelphia, PA. 19215, U.S. A 

138 COP Co-operative Federee de Quebec, 

4225 St. Joseph, Trois Rivieres, P.Q. , G9A 5L9 

139 COQ Cooper Div. of Agropharm Ltd. 

40 Riverview, LaSalle, Quebec H8R 3S1 

140 COR William Cooper and Nephews Inc. 

1909-25 Clifton Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60614, U.S.A. 

141 COS Copeland Laboratories Ltd. 

41 Racine Road, Rexdale, Ontario M9W 2Z6 

142 GOV Cooper, McDougall and Robertson Ltd. 

Berkhamsted, Herefordshire, England 

143 COX Benoit Courteau 

38 C Beauchemin, Cap de la Madeleine, Quebec G8T 7K8 

144 COY Mr. Marcel Cournoyer 

Saint Jude Co. St. Hyacinthe, Quebec 

145 CPC Chemley Products Co., H.« 

P.O. Box 14, Northtown Station, Chicago, IL. 60659 U.S.A. 

146 CPL Colgate Palmolive Ltd., '~' » 

64 Colgate Avenue, Toronto, Ontario M4M 1N7 

147 CPV Canadian Provimi Ltd., 

Juliana Drive, P.O. Box 217, Woodstock, Ontario N4S 7W8 

148 CRA Colin Ross Aerosols Ltd., 

2920 23rd Avenue, S. W. Calgary, Alberta T3E OJl 

149 CRC Cromac Chemicals Co. Ltd., ^V,f 

289 Bridgeland Avenue, Toronto, Ontario M6A 1Z6 

150 CRL The Crown Diamond Paint Co. Ltd., 

41 Bates Road, Outremont, Montreal 8, Quebec H2V 1A6 



139 



800 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 70/84 

151 CUB Cuprinol Ltd. , 

Adderwell, Frome, Somerset, England 

152 CUP Currie Products Ltd., 

87 Sheaf fe Street, Hamilton, Ontario L8R 2G1 

153 CUT Cutter Laboratories Inc. , 

Fourth and Parker St., Berkeley, Ca., 94710, U.S. A 

154 CYC Cyanamid of Canada Limited 

635 Dorchester Blvd. West, Montreal, Quebec H3B 1R6 

155 DAB Darling & Brady Limited 

1384 Ave. Green, Suite 4, Montreal, Quebec H3Z 2CI 

156 DAC Daco Lab. Ltd. 

1222 Trafalgar Street, London, Ontario N5Z 1G4 

157 DAK Davies Irwin Ltd. 

121 Bates Road, Montreal 256, Quebec H2V IBl 

158 DAL Davis and Lawrence Co. (Canada) Limited 

1890 Brampton Street, Hamilton, Ontario L8H 385 

159 DAR Darthworth Canada Limited nd'i 

728 Renaud Avenue, Dorval, Quebec H9P 1H5 

160 DEA Deane and Co. (Div. of Isbru Co. Ltd.) 

190 Oneida Drive, Pointe Claire, Quebec H9R 1A8 

161 DEE Dean Distributors 

1901 Avenue Road, Toronto, Ontario M5M 3Z9 

162 DEG Degesch America Inc., 

P.O. Box 116, Weyers Cave, VA 24486, USA 

163 DEL Delta Pet Care Products, 

10 Burwell Rd., St. Thomas, Ont. 

164 DER Debrox Chemical Products Ltd. 

20 Millwick Drive, Unit 6A, Weston, Ontario M9L 1Y3 

165 DEX Dexol Industries 

1450 West 228th Street, Torrance, Ca . m90501 

166 DIA Diamond Shamrock Canada Limited 

150 Consumers Road, Willowdale, Ontario M2J 1P9 

Diamond Shamrock Corp. 

300 Union Commerce Bldg. , Cleveland, Ohio 44114, U.S.A. 

Diamond Laboratories Inc. 

P.O. Box 863, Des Moines, Iowa 50304, U.S.A. 

Diamond Lab. (Canada) Ltd. * 

6420-lA St., S.W., Calgary, Alberta T2H 0G6 , ,.. 

Diamond Alkali Co. 

300 Union Commerce Bldg., Cleveland, Ohio 44115, U.S.A. 

Dinaric Traders Ltd. 

250 Bloor St. E., Ste. #1, Toronto, Ontario M4W 2G5 

172 DIS Dispar Inc. 

1321 De Lanaudiere, Joliette, Quebec J6E 3N9 

173 DIT Ditchlin Corp. Ltd. 

P.O. Box 395, Don Mills, Ontario M3C 2S7 

174 DIV Diversey (Canada) Ltd. 

2645 Royal Windsor Drive, Clarkson Postal Stn. , Mississauga, Ontario L5J ILl 

175 DOE Dominion Pest Control Co. 

877 Boyd Avenue, Ottawa, Ontario K2A 2E2 

176 DOL Dominion Veterinary Labs. Ltd., 

800 Main St., Winnipeg, Man. R2W 3N7 

177 DOM Dominion Stores Ltd. 

605 Rogers Road, Toronto, Ontario M6M 1B9 

178 DOO Domtar-Chemicals Ltd. , Wood Preserving Division 

395 de Maisonneuve Blvd. West, Montreal, Quebec H3A 1L9 

179 DOW Dow Chemical of Canada Ltd. 

P.O. Box 1012, Highway No. 40, Sarnia, Ontario N7T 7K7 

180 DTC Drug Trading Co. Ltd. 

15 Ontario Street, Toronto, Ontario M5A 2T9 



167 


DIB 


168 


DID 


169 


DIE 


170 


DIF 


171 


DIN 



140 



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181 DUB Dubois Chemicals of Canada Ltd. 

64 Kenhar Drive, Weston, Ontario M9L IN2 

182 DUC Duchesneau and Fils 

1386 Bord de L'eau, Ste. Dorothee, Ville de Laval, Quebec H7Y 1C4 

183 DUH N. V. Philips-Duphar 

Apollolaan 151, Amsterdam-Zuid, Holland 

184 DUK Dussek Bros. (Canada) Ltd. 

P.O. Box 385, Belleville, Ontario K8N 5A5 

185 DUQ Du Pont of Canada Limited 

P.O. Box 26, Toronto Dominion Centre, Toronto, Ontario M5K 1B6 

186 DUR Dural Products Ltd. f ^fs 

550 Marshall Avenue, Dorval, Quebec H9P 1C9 

187 DUS Produits Durable Enrg. 

4219 Hogan Street, Montreal, Quebec H2H 2N2 

188 DUT Dustbane Enterprises Ltd., Dustbane Mfg. Div. « .-ji ,, 

250 Tremblay Road, P.O. Box 8381, Ottawa, Ontario KIG 3K1 

189 DUV Distributeurs Duverney Inc. 

6189 Levesque Blvd., Cite Laval, St. Vincent de Paul, Quebec H7C 1P3 

190 EAN The T. Eaton Co. Ltd. 

58 Hayter Street, Dept. 1016, Toronto, Ontario M5G 1J8 

191 EAT J. T. Eaton and Co. Inc. 

10311 Meech Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 44105 U.S.A. 

192 ECK Eckroat Seed Co. 

1106 North Eastern Avenue, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, U.S. A 

193 ECO Economic Products Co. Inc. 

P.O. Box 237, Hospers, Iowa, 57238, U.S. A 

194 ELA Elanco Prod. Div., Eli Lilly and Company (Canada) Ltd. 

P.O. Box 4037, Terminal A, Toronto, Ontario M5W ILl 

195 ELI Electric Insect Killer 

4219 Hogan Street, Montreal 34, Quebec H2H 2N2 

196 ELL Electric Reduction Co. of Canada Ltd. 

2 Gibbs Road, Islington, Ontario M9B IRl 

197 ELN Electrolux (Canada) Ltd. 

2751 Trans Canada Highway, Pointe Claire, Quebec H9R 1B5 

198 ELS Elsco Co. 

4330 West Hill Avenue, Montreal, Quebec H4B 2S9 

199 ELW The Elwin Co. , 

298 Harbord St., Toronto, Ont. M6G 1G8 

200 EMA Emery Industries Limited 

365 Evans Avenue, Toronto, Ontario M8Z IK2 

201 EMP Empire Maintenance Products Ltd. 

80 West Drive, Bramalea, Ontario L6T 3T6 

202 ENI Ensign Industrials Ltd. 

P.O. Box 405, 33 Carlton Street, St. Catharines, Ontario L2R 6V9 

203 ESC W. H. Escott Co. Ltd. 

129 McDermot Avenue East, Winnipeg 2, Manitoba 

204 EXS Exterminex Pest Control Services li % 

2009 Dundas Street West, Toronto, Ontario M6R 1W7 

205 FAB Faberge of Canada Ltd. 

P.O. Box 800, Downsview, Ontario M3M 3C1 

206 FAC Fairmount Chemical Co. Inc. 

117 Blanchard St., Newark, New Jersey, 07105 U.S.A. 

207 FAP Familex Products Co. 

1600 rue Delorimier, Montreal, Quebec H2K 3W5 

208 FAR Farnam Companies Inc. 

8701 North 29th Street, Omaha, Nebraska 68112, U.S.A. 

209 FAV Favorite Products Company Limited 

730 Salaberry Street, Laval, Quebec H7S 1H3 

210 FDC Ford Chemical Co. Ltd., 

4635 Burgoyne Street, Units 4 & 5, Mississauga, Ontario L4W 1V9 



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211 FED Federal Grain Ltd. 

P.O. Box 1500, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3C 2Z5 

212 FEG G. H. Ferguson Ltd. 

2988 Burn Road, Port Coquitlam, B.C. 

213 FEJ Ferguson Fumigants (Canada) Ltd. 

246 Attwell Drive, Rexdale, Ontario M9W 5B4 

214 FEP Federal Pest Control Reg'd. 

3711 Belair Street, Montreal, Quebec H2A 2B6 

215 FFA Fairfield American Corp. , 

3932 Salt Road, Medina NY 14103 U.S. A 

216 FIL The Filter Queen Corp. Ltd. 

205 Norseman Street, Toronto, Ontario M8Z 2R5 

217 FIS Fisons (Canada) Ltd. 

80 Melford Drive, Scarborough, Ontario MIB 2G3 

218 FLC Flecto Coatings Ltd., 

4260 Vanguard Rd. , Richmond, B.C. V6X 2P5 

219 FLF Floralife Inc., 

4420 South Tripp Ave., Chicago, XL 60632 U.S. A 

220 FLR Produits Florence Products Inc., 

5016 Papineau Avenue, Montreal, Quebec H2H 1V8 

221 FLW The Elwin Co. , 

298 Harbord St., Toronto, Ont. M6G 1G8 

222 FLY Fly King Enterprises, 

14 Cedar Springs Grove, Downsview, Ont. M3H 5L2 

223 FMC FMC Corporation, Agricultural Chemical Div. , 

2000 Market Street, Philadelphia, Penn. 19103 U.S.A. 

224 FOF Fossil Flower Company 

P.O. Box 217, Station H, Toronto, Ontario M4C 5J2 

225 FRA Fran All International Inc. 

1435 Boul. St. -Martha, Suite 608, Larval, P.Q. 

226 FRC Franklin Laboratories Inc. '• 

1777 South Vellaire St., Denver, Colorado 80222, U.S.A. 

227 FRD Franklin Laboratories Ltd. '* ' 

526-7th Avenue, S. E. Calgary, Alberta T2G 0J6 

228 FUB Fuller Brush Co. Ltd. 

1115 Guelph Line, Burlington, Ontario L7R 3Z8 

229 FUL Fuller System Inc. 

226 Washington Street, Woburn, Mass. 01801, U.S. A 

230 FUM Fumi-Products Co. Ltd. 

P.O. Box 466, Terminal A, Ottawa, Ontario KIN 8S3 

231 GAC Gaetz Cornett Drug and Book Co. 

4901 Gaetz Avenue, Red Deer, Alberta 

232 GAH Garden Hose Spray Co. 

P.O. Box 459, Rt. No. 107, Province Rd., Laconia, New Hampshire 03246, U.S.A. 

233 GAL The Gardeners Sales Ltd., Chemical Div. 

984 Powell Avenue, Winnipeg 1, Manitoba R3H 0H6 

234 GAP Gardo Products Ltd. 

C.P. 100, Waterloo, Quebec JOE 2N3 

235 GAX Gardex Chemical Ltd. 

246 Attwell Drive. Rexdale, Ontario M9W 5B4 

236 GCH Gaston Charbonneau Floral Ltd./Ltee., 

502 rue Principale, Ste. -Dorothee, Laval, Que. H7X 1C6 

237 GCP Green Cross Products, Div. of Ciba Co. Ltd. 

2875 Centre Street, Montreal 104, Quebec H3K 1K4 

238 GEI Geigy Consumer Products Div. of Geigy Canada Ltd. 

Brighton, Ontario KOK IHO 

239 GEK General Pest Control Co. Ltd. 

R. R. #6, 42 Easton Road, Brantford, Ontario N3P 1J5 

240 GEN General Paint Corp. of Canada Ltd. 

950 Raymur Avenue, Vancouver, B.C. V6A 3L5 




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241 GEP Geisler Pet Products 

3902 Leavinworth, Omaha, Nebraska 

242 GER T. E. Gerhardt 

P.O. Box 17, Fort Eraser, B.C. 

243 GHI G. H. Import Co. 

4275 Rue Iberville, Montreal, Quebec H2H 2L5 

244 GOC Goddard Chemicals (1965) Ltd. 

P.O. Box 2038, Sidney, B.C. V8L 3S3 

245 GOF Goodfellow Lumber Ltd., 

101 Stinson St., Montreal, Que. H4N 2E4 

246 GRA Greenleaf Garden Supplies Ltd. 

4612 Dawson Street, Burnaby, B.C. V5C 4C3 

247 GRB Great Lakes Biochemicals Co. Inc. 

6120 West Douglas Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53218, U.S.A. 

248 GRC Great Lakes Chemical Corp., 

P.O. Box 2200, West Lafayette, Indiana 74906, U.S.A. 

249 GRD The Greenskeeper Inc., 

39 Enterprise Road, Rexdale, Ontario M9W 1C4 

250 GRE Green Valley Fertilizer and Chemical Co. 

P.O. Box 249, Surrey, B.C. 

251 GRG W. E. Greer Ltd. 

14704-119 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta T5L 2P1 

252 GRI Dr. Grignon Ltd. , Veterinary Pharmacy 

208 St. Paul St. West, Montreal, Quebec H2Y 1Z9 

253 GRO Growers Supply Co. Ltd. 

421 Cawston Avenue, Kelowna, B. C. VIY 6Z1 

254 GRP Gray Products 

37 Hanna Avenue, Toronto, Ontario M6K IW9 

255 GRX Garox Chemicals Inc., 

R. R. y/1, Binbrook, Ontario LOR ICO 

256 GUA Guardian Chemicals 

1600 Toronto Street, Regina , Sask. S4P 1M2 

257 GUC Guardian Chemicals, 

P.O. Box 3029, Fort Saskatchewan, Alta. T8L 2T1 

258 GUF Gulf Agricultural Chemicals Co. 

882 St. James Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3G 3J7 

259 GUM Gulf Oil Canada Ltd. 

800 Bay Street, Toronto, Ontario M5S 1Y8 

260 GUS Gustafson Manufacturing Inc. 

Hopkins, Minnesota 55343, U.S.A. 

261 HAB Walter Haertel Co. 

8719 Lyndale Avenue S., Minneapolis, Minn. 55420, U.S.A. 

262 HAC Rolf C. Hagan Ltd. 

3225 Sartelon Street, Montreal, Quebec H4R 1E8 

263 HAE Handy Chemicals Ltd. 

745 Ste-Rose, La Prairie, P.Q. J5R 1Z2 

264 HAF Hancock Laboratories 

P.O. Box 1407, Sujimerside, P.E.I. CIN 4K2 

265 HAG G. C. Hanford Mfg. Co. Ltd. 

Kingston Road W. , Brockville, Ontario 

266 HAU Hartz Canada Inc., 

1125 Talbot St., St. Thomas, Ontario N5P 1G4 

267 HAV Haver-Lockhart Laboratories 

P.O. Box 390, Shawnee, Kansas 66201, U.S.A. 

268 HEF Hercule Mfg. Reg'd. 

7538 St-Gerrard, Montreal, Quebec 

269 HEG Heritage Manufacturing Co. Ltd. 

P.O. Box 265, 60 Alness St., Downsview, Ontario M3M 3A6 

270 HEP Herculite Products Inc., A Subsidiary of Health Chem. Corp., 

1107 Broadway, New York, NY 10010 U.S.A. 



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271 HET Louis Heit & Associates Ltd., 

119 Yorkville Avenue, Toronto, Ontario M5R ICA 

272 HFB Hercules Agricultural Chemicals, Synthetics Dept. 

910 Market Street, Wilmington, Delaware 19899, U.S.A. 

273 HIL Hilo Products Div. , Nip-Co Mfg. Ltd., 

P.O. Box 233, Islington, Ontario M9A 4X2 

274 HOE Canadian Hoechst Ltd., 

4045 Cote Vertu Blvd., Montreal 383, Quebec 

275 HOH Home Hardware Stores Ltd., 

34 Henry St. W. , Kitchener, Ont. N2G 1P3 

276 HOK Hopkins Agricultural Chemical Co., 

P.O. Box 7532, Madison, WI 53707 U.S.A. 

277 HOL H. I. Holcomb Mfg. Co., Canada Ltd. 

890 Caledonia Road, Toronto, Ontario M6B 3Y1 

278 HOO Hooker Chemical Corp., 

P.O. Box 344, Niagara Falls, New York, U.S.A. 

279 HOS House of Sturgeon (National) Ltd. 

200 Norelco Drive, Weston, Ontario M9L 1S4 

280 HOY Houston Chemical Co. Div. of PPG Industries Ltd. 

One Gateway Center, Pittsburg, Penn. , 15222 U.S.A. 

281 HUD Hudson's Bay Co. 

Winnipeg, Manitoba 

282 HUG The Huge Co., Inc., 

7625 Page Ave., St. Louis, MO 63133 U.S.A. 

283 HUL Huntington Lab. of Canada 

15 Victoria Crescent, Bramalea, Ontario L6T 1E3 

284 HUN H. S. Hunnisett Limited 

200 Wicksteed Avenue, Toronto, Ontario M4G 2B6 

285 HYD Hydroponic Chemical Co. Inc. 

P.O. Box 97-C, Copley 21, Ohio, U.S.A. 

286 HYN Hysan Corporation 

919 West 38th Street, Chicago, Illinois 60609, U.S.A. 

287 HYP Hyde Park Chemical, 

170 Dupont St., Plainview, NY 11803 U.S.A. 

288 ICI ICI America Inc., 

Wilmington, Delaware 19899, U.S.A. 

289 IDA Cie Ideal Import Ltee , 

10,000 Parkway Blvd., Ville d'Angou, Montreal, Quebec HIJ 1P5 

290 IDE Les Engrais Ideal Ltee., 

St-Remi, Cte Napierville, Que. JOL 2L0 

291 IGA I.G.A. Canada Limited, 

790 Bay St., Toronto, Ont. M5G IPl 

292 IMP Imperial Oil Ltd. , Chemical Products Dept. , 

111 St. Clair Ave. W. , Toronto, Ont. M4V 1N5 

293 INA Independent Druggists Alliance Distributing Co. Ltd., 

15 Ontario St., Toronto, Ont. M5A 2T9 

294 INC Industrial Chemical Blends, 

72 Whitburn Cres . , Downsview, Ont. M3M 2S5 

295 IND Industrial Supply House, 

2811 Dufferin St., Toronto, Ontario M6B 3S2 

296 INJ International Diatoms Ltd., 

Box 291, Station A, 2058 Munden Road, Mississauga, Ont. L5A 3A1 

297 INL International Minerals and Chemical Corp. , (Canada) Ltd. , 

4 King St. W. , Room 1302, Toronto, Ont. M5H 1B6 

298 INP International Paints (Canada) Ltd., 

126 Harbour Ave., North Vancouver, B.C. V7J 2E4 

299 INR International Stock Food Co. Ltd., 

1020 Dupont St., Toronto 4, Ont. 

300 INS C V International Paints, 

490 Des Meurons St., Winnipeg, Man. R2H 2P5 



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301 INT Interprovincial Co-ops Ltd., 

151 City Centre Dr., Suite 801, Mississauga, Ontario L5B 1M7 

302 INV Interprovincial Co-operatives Ltd., 

123 rue Halifax, Moncton, N.B. 

303 ITT ITT International Two Thousand Inc., 

P.O. Box 94511, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73109, U.S.A. 

304 JBD J.B. and D. Co. Ltd., '^i'-i- 

Unionville, Ontario 

305 JBL LJB Laboratories, lA- lit 

1001 E. Cass St., St. Johns, MI 48879 U.S.A. 

306 JET Jet-Aer Corp., 

100 Sixth Ave., Paterson, N.J. 07524, U.S.A. 

307 JIT LaCie, Produits Jito Ltee, 

5130 rue St. -Hubert, Montreal, Que. H2J 2Y3 

308 JOE Johnson's Extermination and Pest Control Service, 

Minden, Ont. KOM 2K0 

309 JOH S.C. Johnson Pressurized Products Ltd., 

1 Webster St., Brantford, Ont. N3T 5R1 

310 JOL The John Lim Co. 

57 Manchester Street, Toronto, Ontario M8V 3V7 

311 JON Johnson Nurseries (Kingston) Ltd. , 

155 Brock St., Kingston, Ont. K7L 1S2 

312 JUD Judd Ringer Corp., 

6860 Flying Cloud Dr., Eden Prairie, Minnesota 55343, U.S.A. 

313 KAL Kalium Pet Products Ltd., 

Albert St., Redditch, Worcestershire, England 

314 KEG Kelly Green Horticultural Products, 

Box 2111, Terminal A, London, Ont. N6A 4C5 

315 KEK Kern Manufacturing Canada Ltd., 

1316 Blundell Rd. , Mississauga, Ont. L4Y 1M5 

316 KEL Kemin (Chemical) Industries, Inc., ''- 

Box 70, 2104 Maury St., Des Moines, Iowa 50301, U.S.A. 

317 KEM Kem-San Products Ltd., 

462 Trafalgar Road, Box 727, Oakville, Ont. L6J 5C1 

318 KEN Kemsol Products Ltd. 

1120 McDonald St., Regina, Sask. S4P 3C4 

319 KEO Kennecott Copper Corp., Special Prod. Division 

6065 Hillcroft, Ste. 500, Houston, Texas 77036, U.S.A. 

320 KER Kerr-McGee Chemical Corp., Kerr-McGee Bldg. 

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73102, U.S.A. 

321 KET Kert Chemical Industries Inc. 

171 Fenmar Drive, Weston, Ontario M9L 1M8 

322 KEY Key Chemical Inc. 

15000 NE 95th Building 1, Redmond, Washington 98052, U.S.A. 

323 KIK King Kratz Corp. 

2465 Rock Island Blvd., Maryland Heights, Mo. 63043, U.S.A. 

324 KIN King Calcium Products Co. Ltd. 

P.O. Box 99, Campbellville, Ontario LOP IBO 

325 KLN Kleen Craft Products Ltd. 

P.O. Box 3234, Vancouver 3, B.C. 

326 KOC Kocide Chemical Corp., 

12701 Almeda Rd. , P.O. Box 45539, Houston TX 77045 U.S.A. 

327 KRA Kraemer Tool and Manufacturing Co. 

190 Milvan Drive, Weston, Ontario M9L IZ9 

328 KVK K V L Limited 

Queen Street West, Cambridge, Hespeler, Ontario 

329 KVL K-Vet Laboratories Ltd. ■*^« V*'* 

P.O. Box 878, Hespeler, Ontario NIR 5X9 

330 LAC Laboratories Dr. Pierre 

294 St-Paul ouest, Montreal, Quebec 



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331 LAD Joseph Labonte and Fils Inc., 

Chemin Chambly, Longueil, Quebec 

332 LAI Lamb Naturalflow Inc. 

P.O. Box 278, Liverpool, N.Y., 13088, U.S.A. 

333 LAL Laico Limitee 

4570 Mentana, Montreal, Quebec H2J 3B8 

334 LAR Larkin Lumber Co. Ltd. 

Malton, Mississauga, Ontario 

335 LAT Later Chemicals Ltd. 

12080 Horseshoe Way, Richmond, B.C. V7A AV5 

336 LAU Laurentian Laboratories Ltd. 

70 Hymus Blvd., Pointe Claire 730, Quebec 

337 LAV Laurentide Chemicals Inc. 

4650 12E Avenue, Shawinigan-Sud, Quebec 

338 LAW Compagnie Lavo 

1880 rue Chambly, Montreal, P.Q. HIW 3J2 

339 LED E. H. Leitte Co. of Canada 

88-24th Street East, Saskatoon, Sask. S7K 0K4 

340 LEG Lepage's Ltd. 

50 West Drive, Bramalea, Ontario L6T 2J4 

341 LEO Lemoine Tropica, Inc. 

2115 Old Orchard Avenue, Montreal, Quebec H4A 3A7 

342 LET Lethelin Products Co. Inc. (Ir^t 

15 MacQuesten Parkway S., Mount Vernon, New York, U.S.A. 

343 LEW Lewis Cattle Oiler Co. 

P.O. Box 28, Oak Lane, Man. ROM IPO 

344 LID Harris Lindsay 

Rear 2 Givins Street, Toronto, Ontario M6J 2X6 

345 LIE G. J. Liebich (Canada) Ltd. 

394 Gertrude Avenue, Winnipeg 13, Manitoba R3L 0M6 

346 LIO Lion Insecticide Co. Ltd. 

Nippe Building, 100 Kemi Rukushimakita Chome, Fukushima-Ku, Osaka 553 Japan 

347 LOB Loblaw Groceterias Ltd. 

545 Lake Shore Blvd. W. , Toronto, Ontario M5V 1A3 

348 LOR Dr. Leo Lorrain Laboratories Ltd. 

203 Place Youville, Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2B3 

349 MAG Magna Corp. , 

11808 South Bloomfield Ave., Santa Fe Springs, California 90670 U.S.A. 

350 MAH Magnachem Limited, 

626 - 58th Ave. S. E., Calgary, Alberta T2H OPS 

351 MAJ Mackenzie and Feimann Ltd. , 

970 Malkin Ave., Vancouver, B.C. V6A 2K8 

352 MAP Mallinckrodt Chemical Works Ltd., 

600 Delmar Ave., Pointe Clair, Quebec H9R 4A8 

353 MAR Manchester Products Ltd. , 

87 Ainslie St. S. , P.O. Box 204, Cambridge (G) , Ontario NIR 5S9 

354 MAT Maple Leaf Mills Ltd., 

417 Queensway W. , Toronto, Ontario M5V 1A2 

355 MAW Magic White Western Limited 

1336 Lome Street, Regina, Sask. S4R 2K1 

356 MAZ Les Produits Marc-0 Limitee, 

Case Postale 604, 3175, rue Girard, Trois-Rivieres, Quebec G9A 5J3 

357 MBB Marine Electrolysis Eliminator Co., 

1137 Hanford, Seattle, Washington 98134, U.S.A. 

358 MBE Marquette Products Ltd., 

623 Le Breton, Longuevil, Quebec GIN 3C3 

359 MBM Bob Martin (Export) Ltd., 

Houghton St., Southport, Lancashire, England 

360 MBS E. M. Matson Jr. Co., 

7808-8th Ave. S. , Seattle, Washington 98108, U.S.A. 



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361 MBY May £> Baker (Canada) Ltd., 

180 Bellarmin St., Montreal, Quebec H2P 1G5 

362 MCC McClelland Veterinary Supplies Ltd., 

P.O. Box 37, St. Hyacinthe, Quebec J2S 7B2 

363 MCE Monclair Extermination Inc. 

1757 rue Amherst, Montreal, Quebec H2L 3L7 

364 MCI Mclntyre's, 

P.O. Box 295, Swift Current, Saskatchewan S9H 3V6 
i 365 MCL McKague Chemical Company Ltd., 

100 Midwest Rd., Scarborough, Ontario MIP 3B1 

366 MCN MarchanCo., ^^' 
! 790 Bay Street, Toronto, Ontario M5G 1N8 

367 MCO John G. McKirdy, Ltd. 

275 Glen Castle Road, Kingston, Ont. K7M 4N7 

368 MCS Co-op. Atlantic, 

P.O. Box 750, 123 rue Halifax Street, New Brunswick EIC 8N5 

369 MCX McEwen's Pharmacy, 

Box 190, Westport, Ontario KOG 1X0 

370 MEC Merck Sharp and Dohme Canada Ltd., 

P.O. Box 899, Pointe-Claire, Dorval, Quebec H9R AP7 

371 MED Medical Supply Co., 

1027 W. State St., Rockford, illinois 61101 U.S.A. 

372 MEL Mel's Enterprises, 

P.O. Box 2339, Station "C", Downsview, Ont. M3N 2V8 

373 MEN Produits Menagers du Quebec Inc., 
6A4 rue Dollard, Quebec, Quebec GIN 1P7 

374 MER Merzat Industries Ltd., 
Suite 602, 101 Richmond St. W. , Toronto, Ontario M5H ITl 

375 MET Metasol Canada Ltd., 
P.O. Box 2000, Pointe-Claire, Dorval 700, Quebec 

376 MEX Produits Sanitaires Meteor Inc., 
903 Boul. Rosemont, Montreal, Quebec H2S 1Z8 

377 MGK McLaughlin Gormley King Company, 
8810 Tenth Ave. North, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55427 U.S.A. 

378 MIC Michael's Equipment and Industries Ltd., 
250 Tremblay Road, Ottawa, Ontario KIG 3K1 

379 MIF Midland Laboratories Inc., 
P.O. Box 1225, Aurora, Illinois 60507 U.S.A. 

380 MIJ Midwest Supplies Ltd., 
730 Madison St., Winnipeg, Manitoba 

381 MIL R. G. Mitchell, Pharmacist 
309 N. Algoma St., Thunder Bay, Ontario P7A 5A8 

382 MMC Miller-Morton Co. Canada Ltd., 
1912A Avenue Road, Toronto, Ontario M5M 4A1 

383 MMM 3M Company Agrichemicals 
3M Center Bldg., 223-6SE, St. Paul, MN 55101 USA 

384 MCA Momar (Canada) Ltd., 
P.O. Box 2400, Milliken, Ontario LOM IKO 

385 MOB Mobil Chemical Canada Ltd. 
645 Coronation Dr., P.O. Box 200, West Hill, Ontario MIE 4R6 

386 MOD Modern Pool Products, Inc., 
737 Canal St., Stanford, Connecticut 06902, U.S.A. 

387 MOG The Mogul Corp. of Canada Ltd., 
8400 Cote de Liesse, Ville St. Laurent, Montreal, Quebec H4T 1G7 

388 MOL Monsanto Canada Ltd., 
666 St. James Street, Suite 200, Winnipeg, Man. R3G 3J7 

389 MOM L. Morency and Fils Inc., 
P.O. Box 278, Montreal North, Quebec HIH 5L4 

I 390 MON Montreal Pest Control Inc., 

8189 St. Hubert Street, Montreal 11, Quebec H2P IZl 



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391 MOP Moore Sales, 

24 Sable St., Toronto, Ontario M6M 3K6 

392 MOR Moran Chemical Co. Ltd., 

175 rue de I'eglise, Napierville, Quebec JOJ ILO 

393 MRG Mr. Groom Products 

1097 Goffle Road, Hawthorne, N. J. , 07506, U.S. A 

394 MRP Mont-Royal Paints Inc., 

5669 Casgrain St., Montreal, Quebec H2T 1Y3 

395 MRZ Marzone Chemicals Ltd. , 

601-195 Dufferin Avenue, London, Ontario N6A 1K7 

396 MTC M.T.C. Pharmaceuticals Ltd., 

1890 Brampton St., Hamilton, Ontario L8H 3S5 

397 MUC Mursatt Chemicals Ltd., 

144 Norfinch Drive, Unit 1, Downsview, Ontario M3M 1X1 

398 MUL Muskol Ltd. , 

244 Pleasant St., Truro, Nova Scotia B2N 3S8 

399 MUS Mushroom Supply Co., 

Toughkenamon, Pennsylvania U.S.A. 

400 MYS Mysto, Inc., 

Suite 701, 3333 est Boul . Metropolitain, Montreal, Quebec HIZ 2H8 

401 NAA National Chemical Exterminating Co. Ltd. , 

1430 Clark St., Montreal, Quebec H2X 2R3 

402 NAC National Chemsearch of Canada Ltd. , 

245 Orenda Rd., Bramalea, Ontario L6T 1E7 

403 NAL National Grain (1968) Ltd., 

512 Grain Exchange Bldg. , Winnipeg 2, Manitoba 

404 NAP Nor-Am Agricultural Products Ltd., 

345 Higgins Ave. , Winnipeg, Manitoba R3A 0V4 

405 NAS National Silicates Ltd., 

P.O. Box 69, Toronto, Ontario M8V 3S7 

406 NAT National Laboratories, Div. of Sterling Drug Ltd., 

37 Hanna Ave., Toronto, Ontario M6K 1W9 

407 NCR Niagara Chemicals, Division of Reichhold Ltd., 

1274 Plains Rd. East, Burlington, Ontario L7R 3Z1 

408 NIM Nip-Co Mfg. Ltd., 

P.O. Box 233, Islington, Ontario M9A 4X2 

409 NIS Nissin Denka Co. Ltd., 

14-2 Yonchome Nihonbashi-Honcho, Chuo-Ku, Tokyo, Japan 

410 NNP Northern Paint Co. Ltd., 

394 Gertrude Ave., Winnipeg, Manitoba R3L 0M6 

411 NOA The Northern Paint and Varnish Co. Ltd., 

P.O. Box 217, Owen Sound, Ontario N4K 5P3 

412 NOC Noco Drugs Ltd., 

24 Sable St., Toronto, Ontario M6M 3K6 

413 NOD Northern Drug Co., 

Box 160, Wetaskawin, Alberta T9A 1X4 

414 NOP Northern Stag Industries Ltd., 

Box 73, Rockwood, Ontario NOB 2K0 

415 NOR Norwich Pharmacal Co., Ltd., 

P.O. Box 2002, Paris, Ontario N3L 3G6 

416 NOT Nott Manufacturing Co., Inc., 

Pleasant View Rd. , Pleasant Valley, New York 12569, U.S.A. 

417 NOW Northern Wood Preservers Limited, 

Box 990, Thunder Bay, Ontario P7C 4X8 

418 NOX Noxall Products Ltd., 

1820 W. 3rd Ave., Vancouver, British Columbia V6J 1K8 

419 NOZ Noxzema Chemical Co. of Canada Ltd. , 

77 Park Lawn Rd., Toronto, Ontario M8Y 3H7 

420 NPO Napco-Protex Inc., 

101 rue de la Barre, Boucherville, Quebec J4B 2X6 



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421 NSS National Sanitation Services Ltd., 

485 - 1st Ave. North, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7K 1X5 

422 NUA Nulife Pet Remedies Ltd., 

1820 3rd Ave. West, Vancouver, British Columbia V6J 1K8 

423 NUX Nuodex Canada Ltd. 

34 Industrial St., Toronto, Ontario M4G 1Y9 

424 OCD Occidental Chemical Co. H'1 i. , 

P.O. Box 1185, 2000 S. Post Oak Rd. , Houston Texas 77001 

425 OLE Ole Time Woodman's Line, 

Box 134, Stratham, New Hampshire 03885 U.S.A. 

426 OLC Olin Corp. , 

P.O. Box 991, Little Rock, Arkansas 72203 U.S.A. 

427 OLD Olin Corporation, 

120 Long Ridge Road, Stamford, Conn. 06904 U.S.A. 

428 OLH Oliver Chemical Co. (Lethbridge) Ltd., 

226-36th Street North, Lethbridge, Alberta TIJ 4B2 

429 OLN Oliver Industries Ltd., *<f 

P.O. Box 595, Langley, British Columbia 

430 OLS Oliver Industrial Supply Ltd., 

249 Strafford Drive, Lethbridge, Alberta TIH 2A5 

431 OLY Olympic Stain, A Div. of Comerco Inc., 

1148 N.W. Leary Way, Seattle, Washington U.S.A. 98107 

432 ONE One Time Package Products Inc., 

5 Diamond Ave., P.O. Box 333, Bethel, Conn. 06801 U.S.A. 

433 ORM Ormond Veterinary Supply Ltd. , 

P.O. Box 642, Hamilton, Ontario LBN 3K7 

434 OSD Osmose Wood Preserving Co. of Canada Ltd., 

1080 Pratt Ave., Montreal, Quebec H2V 2V2 

435 PAA Pace National Corp., i 

500 7th Ave. So., Kirkland, Washington 98033 U.S.A. 

436 PAU La Compagnie Paula Ltee., 

21 St. Paul East, Montreal, Quebec 

437 PEA Pearson's Antiseptic Co. of Canada Ltd., 

P.O. Box 694, Brockville, Ontario K6V 5V8 

438 PEB Peerless Industrial Chemicals Ltd. , 

Chemitek Div., 6110 lA St. S. W. , Calgary, Alberta T2H 0G3 

439 PEC Peinture Nationale Ltee., 

1556 Wilfrid Hamel Boulevard, Quebec, Quebec GIN 3Y6 

440 PED Pennwalt Chemicals of Canada Ltd., <^'■{4 

970 Malkin Ave., Vancouver 3, B.C. V6A 2K8 j 

441 PEI S.B. Penick and Co., : 

100 Church St., New York, New York 10008, U.S.A. 

442 PEK Pennwalt Corp., 

P.O. Box 1297, Tacoma, Washington 98401, U.S.A. 

443 PEL Pennwalt of Canada Ltd., 

700 Third Line Rd., Oakville, Ont. L6J 5A3 

444 PEM Pes troy Co., "?" 

877 Boyd Ave., Ottawa, Ont. K2A 2E2 

445 PEN The Pestroy Co. Ltd., 

1655 Edouard-Laurin Blvd., St. Laurent, Montreal, Quebec H4L 2V6 

446 PEQ Pes-San Products Ltd., 

711 Riverside Drive East, Windsor, Ont. N9A 2T3 

447 PEV Mary Petriunka, 

R.R. #3, Thunder Bay, Ontario P7C 4V2 

448 PFC Petrofina Canada Ltd., 

P.O. Box 3006, Station B, 1 Place Ville-Marie, Montreal, Quebec H3B 3L9 

449 PFE Pfizer Co. Ltd., 

17300 Trans-Canada Highway, Box 800, Pointe-Claire, Dorval, Quebec H9R 4V2 

450 PFF Pfizer Chemicals & Genetics Ltd., 

1 Wilton Grove Road, London, Ont. N6A 4C6 



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451 PHL Phostoxin Sales of Canada Ltd., 

P.O. Box 343, Winnipeg, Man. R3C 2H6 

452 PHP Phillips Paint Products Ltd., 

306 King St., Winnipeg, Man. R3B 1J7 

453 PHT Phytevrop S.A. , 

21 Blvd., Malesherbes, Paris Ville, France 

454 PHY Phillips Yeast Products Ltd., 

Park Royal Road, London, England NWIO 7JX 

455 PIC Pic Corporation, 

23 S. Essex Avenue, Orange, New Jersey 07050, U.S.A. 

456 PIE Pied Piper Products Ltd., 

7061 Gilley Avenue, Burnaby, B.C. V5J 4X1 

457 PIJ Pike and Co. Ltd., 

10039-101 Ave., Edmonton, Alta 

458 PIK Otto Pick & Sons Seeds Ltd., 

BOX 126, Richmond Hill, Ontario L4C 4X9 

459 PIO Pioneer Grain Co. Ltd., 

2500 Richardson Bldg. , One Lombard Place, Winnipeg, Man. R3B 0X8 

460 PIT Pitman-Moore Ltd., 

15 Green Belt Drive, Don Mills, Ont. M3C 1L8 

461 PLA Plains Manufacturing Co., 

Box 581, Lexington, Nebraska, U.S.A. 

462 PLG Plant Prod. Co. Ltd., 

314 Orenda Rd. , Bramalea, Ont. L6T IGl 

463 POL Maurice Pollack Ltd., 

750 Charest Bd. Est, Quebec, Quebec GIK 3J7 

464 POM Pool Man Limited, 

1770 Albion Rd. , Rexdale, Ont. M9V 1C2 

465 POP N.L. PoulinLtd., 

24 Marion Place, Winnipeg, Man. R2H 039 

466 PPC Pet Products Co., 

P.O. Box 281, Hamilton, Ont. LBN 3C8 

467 PRD Prentiss Drug & Chemical Co. Inc., 

363-7th Ave., New York, N.Y. 10001, U.S.A. 

468 PRE Pressurized Products Ltd. , 

R.R. in, Belle River, Ont. NOR lAO 

469 PRF Professional Ecological Services, 

1230 St. Patrick St., Victoria, B.C. V8S 4Y4 

470 PRG Proctor & Gamble Co. of Canada Ltd., 

P.O. Box 589, Hamilton, Ont. L8N 3L5 

471 PRL L. Vegh's 'Preventative Systems', Inter. Chemical Cosmetic & Services Lab. 

11-426 Hazel Street, Waterloo, Ont. N2L 3P8 

472 PRO Progressive International Mfg. Ltd., 

P.O. Box 3025, Terminal A, London, Ontario N6A 4H9 

473 PRP Produits Pressure Prod. Div. of Pentagon Chem. Ltd., 

170 Boul. de 1' Industrie, Candiac, Quebec 

474 PRS Professional Garden Co. Ltd., 

1108 6th St. S.E., Calgary 21, Alta. T2G 2Y2 

475 PRV Provigo Inc., 

800 Dorchester Ouest, Suite 400, Montreal, P.Q., H3B 1Y2 

476 PRX Protex Corp. of Can. Ltd., 

6200 de Chateaubriand, Montreal, Quebec H2S 2M4 

477 PSA Provincial Pest Control Inc., 

292 Decaire Blvd., St. Laurent, Montreal, Quebec H4N 2M2 

478 PUG Puroguard Insecticides Ltd., 

2760 Paulus St., St. Laurent, Que. H4S IGl 

479 PUR Purex Corporation, 

44 Clayson Rd. , Weston, Ontario M9M 2G7 

480 RAB Rid-A-Bird Inc., 

1224 Grandview Avenue, P.O. BOX 22, Muscatine, lA 52761, USA 



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481 RAL Ralston Purina Co., Ltd., 

404 Main St., Woodstock, Ont. N4S 1T6 

482 RAM Ramex Pest Control Prod., 

S. Hwy 19, Madison, S. Dakota 57042, U.S.A. 

483 RAW The W. T. Rawleigh Co. Ltd., 

4005 Richelieu St., Montreal, Quebec H4C 1A2 

484 REC Record Chem Co. Inc., 

740 Monte De Liesse Rd., Montreal, Que. H4T 1N8 

485 RED Redbud Prod. Co. Inc., 

P.O. Box 1056, Anderson, Ind. 46015, U.S.A. 

486 REL Red Line Chem. Ltd., 

333 Evans Avenue, Toronto, Ont. M8Z 1K2 

487 REO Reindeer Organic Co. Ltd., 

5306 Patricia Bay Hwy., Victoria, B.C. 

488 RER Reliable Exterminators Ltd., 

464 Dawes Road, Toronto, Ont. M4B 2E9 

489 RES Rentokil Laboratories Ltd., ^^^ 

Felcourt, East Grinstead, East Sussex, England 

490 REX The Rexall Drug Co. Ltd., 

2501 Stanfield Rd., Mississauga, Ont. L4Y 1R9 

491 RHD Rhodia Inc. , 

Chipman Div. , 120 Jersey Ave., P.O. Box 2009, New Brunswick, N. J. , U.S.A. 

492 RIA Charles Riess & Co., 

877 Wall St., Winnipeg, Man. R3G 2T9 

493 RIC Richelieu Industries, 

410 Blvd. Laurier, Mont St. Hilaire, Quebec JOL ILO 

494 RIE Riess Products Co., 

9302-lllth Ave., Edmonton, Alta. T5G GA3 

495 RIL Richardson's Extermination Ltd., 

202 Laird Dr., Toronto, Ont. M4G 3W2 

496 RIM Richmond Paint & Chemical Co., 

585 No. 3 Rd., Richmond, B.C. 

497 ROA Roachmaster of Canada Ltd., 

440 Brimley Rd., Unit 11, Scarborough, Ont. MIJ lAl 

498 ROB Robok Industries Limited, 

270 Sherman Avenue N. , Hamilton, Ontario L8L 6N4 

499 ROG Robertson Seeds Ltd., 

8118-103rd St., Edmonton, Alta. T6E 4B1 

500 ROH Rohm and Haas Co. of Canada Limited, 

2 Manse Rd., West Hill, Ont. MIE 3T9 

501 ROK Robinson and Webber Ltd., 

1569 Orange St., Winnipeg, Man. R3E 3B5 

502 RON Rockhill Produce Ltd., 

422 Railway St. Vancouver 4, B.C. V6A IBl 

503 ROO Rotospray Systems Ltd., 

464 Dawes Rd., Toronto, Ont. M4B 2E9 

504 ROP Rogar/STB Div. of BTI Products Ltd., 

P.O. Box 213, 805 Castleneau St., Douville, St. Hyacinthe, Que. 

505 ROR Frank T. Ross and Sons 1962 Ltd., 

Box 248, West Hill, Ont. MIE 4R5 

506 ROS Ross Daniels Inc., 

1720 Fuller Rd . , P.O. Box 430, West Des Moines, Iowa 50265, U.S.A. 

507 RPC Research Products Co., 

P.O. Box 1057, 1835 F. North St., Salina, KS 67401 U.S.A. 

508 RUG Rougier Inc. , 

506 Est Sainte-Catherine, Montreal, Que. H2L 2C7 

509 SAA Safety Vermin Control Ltd., 

504A Kent St., Ottawa, Ont. K2P 289 

510 SAF Sanex Chemicals Ltd., 

6439 Netherhart Road, Mississauga, Ont. L5T 1C3 



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511 SAJ Sanitized Process (Canada) Ltd. 

Ste. 1700, 2200 Yonge St., Toronto, Ont. M4S 2C6 

512 SAK Sanivore Inc. , 

Box 55, Longueil, Que. 

513 SAL Salsbury Laboratories Ltd. , 

209 Manitou Drive, Kitchener, Ont. N2C 1L4 

514 SAM Produits Sanitaires Laurentide Inc., 

C.P.65, Drummondville, Que. J2B 6V6 

515 SAN Sanfax Industries Ltd., 

1650 South Service Road, Trans Canada Highway, Dorval 760, Que. 

516 SAQ Sanitary Supply and Equipment Co. Ltd., 

4275 rue Iberville, Montreal 34, Que. 

517 SAR Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities, 

403 McCallum Bldg. , Regina, Sask. 

518 SAS Saskatchewan Dept. of Agriculture, Plant Industry Div. , 

Gov't Administration Bldg., Regina, Sask. 

519 SAW Saskatchewan Wheat Pool, 

Albert and Victoria Sts., Regina, Sask. 

520 SAZ Sandoz-Wander Inc., 

P.O. Box 1489, Homestead, Florida 33030 U.S.A. 

521 SCL Schering, A. G. 

170-172 Muellerstrass, Berlin 65, (West) Germany 

522 SCO Scientific Concentrates Co., 

196 Boul. Richelieu, St. Mathias, Que. JOL 2G0 

523 SCP St. Clair Paint & Wallpaper Co. Ltd., 

38 Duff law Rd., Toronto, Ont. M6A 2W1 

524 SCT 0. M. Scott and Sons, 

Maryville, Ohio 43040, U.S.A. 

525 SCU The Scott's Cure Co., 

Division of Garden Research Lab., 49 Niagara St., Toronto, Ont. M5V 1C2 

526 SEL Sellers Chemical Corporation, 

P.O. Box 23523, New Orleans, Louisiana 70183, U.S.A. 

527 SFR Safer Agro-Chem Ltd., 

5271 Old W. Saanich Rd., Victoria, B.C. V8X 3X1 

528 SHA Shamrock Chem. Ltd., 

P.O. Box 321, London, Ontario N6A 4W1 

529 SHL Shell Can. Ltd., 

P.O. Box 400, Terminal A, Toronto, Ont. M5W lEl 

530 SHW The Sherwin-Williams Co. of Can. Ltd., 

2875 Centre St., Montreal, Que. H3K 1K4 

531 SIC Sico Inc. , 

3280 Blvd. Ste. Anne, C.P. 1546, Quebec 5, Que. 

532 SIM The Robt. Simpson Drug Co. Ltd., 

160-176 Yonge St., Toronto, Ont. M5C 2L7 

533 SIO Simpson-Sears & Simpsons, 

108 Mutual St., Toronto, Ont. M5B 2C9 

534 SIP Simpsons-Sears Ltd. Canada, 

4750 Kingsway, Burnaby 1, B.C. 

535 SIR Dr. N. A. Sirois, Enr., 

P.O. Box 786, LaPocatiere, Que. 

536 SIT Sittner Manufacturing Co. Inc., 

P.O. Box 865, Sheridan, Wyoming 82801, U.S.A. 

537 SMG Smith Barregar Ltd., 

115 West Third Ave., Vancouver, B.C. V5Y 1E7 

538 SML Smith-Douglas Div. of Borden Chem, Borden Inc. 

P.O. Box G, Columbus, Ohio 43203, U.S.A. 

539 SOE Sobey's Stores Ltd., 

115 King Street, Stellarton, N.S. AOK ISO 

540 SOJ Soluja Ltee . , 

620 Cathcart, Ste. 4000 Birks Bldg., Phillips Sq. Montreal, Que.- H3B IMl 



152 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



813 



541 


SOL 


542 


SPA 


543 


STB 


544 


STD 


545 


STF 


546 


STL 


f 547 

1 


SIM 


. 548 


STN 


549 


STO 


550 


SIP 


^551 


STQ 


552 


SIR 


: 553 


SIS 


^54 


STU 


r 


STY 


i556 


SUB 


; 557 


SUD 


\ 558 


SUF 


\ 559 


SUG 


560 


SUM 


561 


SUP 


562 


SUQ 


563 


SUS 


564 


SVC 


565 


SWH 


566 


SWP 


567 


SYD 


568 


TAI 


569 


TAS 


570 


TAX 



W. , Suite 1030, Montreal, Que. H3G 1N2 



Dept., 
HIN 1V9 



V6F 2Y3 



N3T 5N1 



H4T 1T3 



Mississauga, Ont. L4W 1A6 



HIZ 3C9 



Solcoor (Canada) Ltd., 

1550 de Maisonneuve Blvd 

T. M. Spratt Ltd. , 

33 McNab St. N. , Hamilton, Ont. 

Steinberg's Ltd., Technical Services 

5400 Hochelaga St., Montreal, Quebec 

Standard Chemical Ltd. , 

60 Titan Rd., Toronto, Ont. M8Z 2J8 

Stauffer Chemical Co. of Canada Ltd. 

130 West Georgia St., Vancouver, B.C 

Sterling Drug Ltd., 

Aurora, Ont. L4G 3H6 

The Standard Manufacturing Co. Ltd., 

P.O. Box 6090, St. John's, Nfld., AlC 5X8 

Sternson Ltd. 

22 Mohawk Street, Box 130, Brantford, Ont. 

Stanley Chemicals Limited, 

7479 Trans Canada Highway, St. Laurent, Que. 

S.T.P. , 

1344 Fewster Dr., Mississauga, Ont. L4W 1A4 

Stanley Home Products of Canada Ltd. , 

140 Ann St., London, Ontario N6A 1R3 

Sterno Industries, 

1125 Talbot St., St. Thomas, Ont. N5P 1G4 

Stream Fresh Ltd., 

1190 Crestlawn Dr. , 

C. W. Staples Inc. , 

Box 328, Presque Isle, Maine, U.S.A. 

Star Products Inc., 

7955 Boul. St. Michel, Montreal, Que. 

Sunnybrook Food Market (Keele) Ltd. , 

4490 Chesswood Dr. , Downsview, Ont 

Sudbury Laboratory, 

Button Road, Sudbury, Mass., U.S.A. 

Sunfresh Foods Ltd. , 

22 St. Clair Avenue East, Toronto, Ontario 

Sumitomo Chemical Co. Ltd. , 

155-Chome, Kitahama, Higashi-ku, Osaka, Japan 

Summit Chemical Co., 

117 West 24th St., Baltimore, Maryland 21218 

Supersweet Feeds (Div. of Robin Hood Multifood Co. Ltd. 

6600 De la Cote-des-Neiges , Montreal, Que. H3S 2A9 

Stim-U-Plant Labs., Inc., 

2077 Parkwood Ave., Columbus, Ohio, 43219, U.S.A. 

Sun Swimming Pool Chemicals, Div. of Sun Cleanser Co., 

P.O. Box 2188, Livonia, Michigan, 48151, U.S.A. 

Sterling Varnish (Canada) Ltd., 

P.O. Box 554, St. Catharines, Ont. L2R 6X1 

Swish Maintenance Ltd., 

309 Lansdowne St. E., Peterborough, Ont. K9L IRl 

Swimming Pool Supply Centre, 

Unit 14, 1220 Ellesmere Rd. , Scarborough, Ont. MIP 2X5 

Sydney Pest Control, 

80 Townsend St., Sydney, N.S. 

J.S. Tait and Co. Ltd. , 

838 Powell St., Vancouver 4, B 

Tam O'Shanter Industries Ltd., 

632 Calgary House, 550 - 6th Avenue West, Calgary, Alta 

Richard K. Taylor, Import - Export Agent, 

520 Glendene Cres., Waterloo, Ont. N2L 4P4 



mt 



M3J 2C1 



M4T 2S3 



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No. 



V6A 1H8 
2006, 



T2P OSl 



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571 TEC Tech-Chem Services Ltd., 

3135 Wharton Way, Mississauga, Ont. L4X 2B6 

572 TEI Texas Refinery Corp. of Canada Ltd. , 

25 Industrial St., Toronto, Ont. MAG 1Z2 

573 TEX Texaco Canada Ltd., 

51 Commissioners St., Toronto, Ont. M5A 1A6 

574 THO Thompson-Hayward Chemical Co., 

5200 Speaker Road, Kansas City, Kansas 66106, U.S.A. 

575 THU Thuron Industries Inc., 

12200 Denton Drive, Dallas, Texas 75234, U.S.A. 

576 THV Thuron Ltd. , 

Box 73, Port Perry, Ontario LOB INO 

577 TIM Time-Mist Div. General Time of Canada, 

P.O. Box 239, Peterborough, Ont. K9J 6Z1 

578 TIR Timber Specialties Div., Pole Sprayers of Canada Ltd., 

980 Ellicott St., Buffalo, NY 14209 U.S.A. 

579 TOX Toxi-Mix Chemical Manufacturing Co., 

9 Hanna Ave., Toronto, Ont M6K 1W8 

580 TOY Toyo Importing Co. Ltd., 

335 Grant St., Vancouver, B.C. V5L 2X7 

581 TRI TRI Associates Inc., 

8500 Pillsbury Ave. South, Minneapolis, Min. 55420, U.S.A. 

582 TRM Trans-World Laboratories Inc. , 

P.O. Box 2247, Kansas City, Kansas 66110, USA 

583 TRO Trojan Chemicals Div. of Valley Camp Ltd., 

41 Racine Rd., Rexdale, Ont. M9W 2Z6 

584 TRY Troy Chemical Corp., 

One Ave. L. , Newark, N.J. 07105, U.S.A. 

585 TSI TSI Co. Highway 206, 

P.O. Box 151, Flanders, N.J. 07836, U.S.A. 

586 TUC Tuco Products Co., Div. of the Upjohn Co. of Canada, 

40 Centennial Road, Orangeville, Ont. L9W 3T3 

587 TUR Turner Musical Instruments Ltd. , 

51 Nantucket Blvd., Scarborough, Ont. MIP 2N6 

588 TWI Twin-Cee Ltd. , 

P.O. Box 98, 20 Armstrong Ave., Georgetown, Ont. L7G 4R9 

589 UAF United Farmers of Alberta Co-op Ltd., 

1016-68th Avenue S.W., Calgary, Alta. T2V 4J2 

590 UAJ Union Carbide Can. Ltd., 

123 Eglinton Ave. E., Toronto, Ont. M4P 1J2 

591 UBE Utility Products Co., 

4579 Christophe Colombo, Montreal, Que. H2J 3G7 

592 UCA Union Carbide Agricultural Products Co. Inc., 

Brookside Ave., Ambler, PA 19002 U.S.A. 

593 ULR Ultra Research Industries Ltd., 

Box 436, Nanaimo, B.C. V9R 5L3 

594 UNA Una-Kem Manufacturing Co., Swim Chem Division, 

3295 Mainway, Burlington, Ontario L7M 1A6 

595 UNR Uniroyal (1966) Ltd., Chemical Div., 

Elmira, Ont. NOB IRO 

596 USB United States Borax and Chemical Corp., 

3075 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, Calif. 90005, U.S.A. 

597 VAN Vansco Sales 

P.O. Box 3957, Station D, Vancouver 9, B.C. 

598 VAR Van Waters and Rogers Ltd., 

P.O. Box 2009, Vancouver, B.C. V6B 3R2 

599 VEL Velsicol Corp. of Canada Ltd., 

1360 Blundell Rd. , Mississauga, Ont. L4Y 1M5 

600 VEM Velsicol Chemical Corp., 

341 E. Ohio, Chicago, 111. 60611, U.S.A. 



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601 VET Ventron Corporation, 

Congress Street, Beverly, Mass. 01915, U.S.A. 

602 VEZ Henry R. Vezina, 

778 Sanok Drive, Pickering, Ont. LIW 2P9 

603 VIG Vigoro Division, Swift Canadian Co. Ltd., 

1400 The Queensway, Toronto, Ontario M8Z 1S4 

604 VIK Vineland Chemical Co. Inc., 

P.O. Box 745, Vineland, NJ 08360 U.S.A. 

605 VIL Vineland Laboratories Canada Inc., 

500 Oakdale Rd., Downsview, Ontario M3N 1W6 

606 VIN Vio Bin Veterinary Products Ltd., 

26 Prince Andrew Place, Don Mills, Ont. M3C 2H5 

607 VIT Virginia Chemicals Inc., 

3340 West Norfolk Rd. , Portsmouth, Virginia 23703, U.S.A. 

608 VKA Vikra Industries Ltd., 

36 Murray St., Ottawa, Ont. KIN 5M4 

609 WAF Warshaw Fruit Market Inc., 

3863 St. Laurent Blvd., Montreal 514, Que. H2W lYl 

610 WAK Watkins Products Inc., 

150 Liberty St., Winona, Minnesota 55987, U.S.A. 

611 WAL Watkins Inc. , 

90 Annabella Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B OGl 

612 WEA Weed-Master (Western) Ltd., 

4l5-3rd St. S.W., Calgary, Alta. T2P 1R3 

613 WEC Weall & Cullen Nurseries Ltd., 

Milliken, Ont., LOH IKO 

614 WEF Western Family Foods Ltd., 

Calgary, Alberta 

615 WEN Westcan Horticultural Specialists Ltd., 

1900 nth Street S.E. , Calgary, Alberta T2G 3G2 

616 WEO West Agro-Chemical (Canada) Ltd., 

325 Dalesford Rd., Toronto, Ont. M8Y 1G8 

617 WEP West Chemical Products Ltd., 

5624 Casgrain Ave., Montreal, Que. H2T 1Y2 

618 WEQ Wesco Agencies, 

1968 3rd Ave. West, Vancouver 9, B.C. V6J ILl 

619 WES E. G. West Co. Ltd., 

84 Sheppard Ave. East, Willowdale, Ont. M2N 3A2 

620 WFF Westfair Foods Ltd., 

P.O. Box 808, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3C 2P1 

621 WHA Wheat-Belt Industries Ltd., 

1334 10th Ave. S.W., Calgary, Alta. T3C 0J2 

622 WHE Whitehouse Soaps and Chemicals, 

25 Malley Road, Scarborough, Ont. MIL 2E4 

623 WHL Whitmoyer Products, 

Rohm and Haas Co. of Canada Ltd., 2 Manse Rd., West Hill, Ont. MIE 2T9 

624 WHM Whitmire Research Labs. Inc., 

3568 Tree Court Industrial Blvd., St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.A. 

625 WIL Wilson Laboratories Ltd. , 

Brock and Hatt Sts., Dundas , Ont. L9H 2H9 

626 WIN Winthrop Lab. , 

Div. of Sterling Drug Ltd., Aurora, Ont L4G 3H6 

627 WIP Wipp Pest Control Co., 

282 Pitt St. E., Windsor, Ont. N9A 5L5 

628 WLX Willex Products, 

6039 6th St., S.E., Calgary, Alberta T2H 1L8 

629 WOB G. H. Wood and Co. Ltd., 

Queen Elizabeth Way, P.O. Box 34, Toronto, Ont. M5W 1A2 

630 WOD Wood Treating Chemicals Co., 

5137 Southeast Ave., St. Louis, Missouri 63110, U.S.A. 



155 



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631 WOG World Garden Products Ltd., 

World Bldg., First & Seaview, E. Norwalk, Conn. 06855, U.S.A. 

632 WOO Woolco Drug Dept. , 

P.O. Box 5013, Stn. A., Downsview, Ont. M3M 1B7 

633 WYN Wyant and Company Ltd., 

2040 Ellesmere Road, Unit 10, Scarborough, Ont. MIL 3A8 

634 WYT Wyandotte Chemicals Of Canada Limited 

41 Metropolitan Road, Scarborough, Ontario MIR 2T7 

635 YON W. F. Young, Inc., Manufacturing Chemists, 

111 Lyman Street, Springfield, Massachusetts, 01103 U.S.A. 

636 ZEL Zellers Ltd. , 

5250 Decarrie Boulevard, Montreal, Que. H3X 3T9 

637 ZOC Zoecon Industries Ltd. , 

12200 Denton Dr., Dallas, TX 75234 U.S.A. 

638 ZOD Zoecon Industries Ltd., 

P.O. Box 30, Port Perry, Ontario LOB INO 

639 ZOE Zoecon Corp. , 

975 California Avenue, Palo Alto, CA 94304, USA 

O. Reg. 70/84, s. S, part. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



817 



Schedules 1, 2, 3, 4, S and 6 of the said Regulation as remade by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 756/81, 
are revoked and the following substituted therefor: 



SCHEDULE 1 



REG- 




A 


IS- 




G 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 


00299 


DOW 




00632 


BRG 




00835 


ELL 




00859 


PRX 




01017 


RIA 




01027 


PSA 




02170 


POP 




02283 


GCP 




02586 


BRG 




03273 


DOW 




03322 


SHL 




04325 


WHE 




04383 


CHP 




04385 


SHL 




04929 


SHL 




0494 1 


LAT 




04973 


GHI 




05462 


INT 




05504 


GCP 




05527 


PAU 




05944 


GCP 




05979 


CGL 




06045 


ALS 




06070 


HOL 




06132 


BRG 




06179 


GCP 




06181 


OSD 




06320 


MOL 




06468 


SHL 




06613 


NOX 




06660 


SHL 




06662 


SHL 




06663 


MCC 




06756 


HEF 




06771 


SHL 




06896 


WEO 




06965 


STD 




06971 


STD 




07010 


STD 




07012 


STD 




07104 


FLR 




071 12 


MOL 




07338 


AMC 


AMI 


07811 


DOW 




07825 


AMC 


AMI 


08007 


SAS 




08217 


OLH 




08218 


NAA 




08444 


MET 





PESTICIDE 

METHYL BROMIDE, FUMIGANT 

LIGHTNING GOPHER POISON CONTAINS STRYCHNINE 

SODIUM CHLORATE 

PROTEX INSECT POWDER 

RIESS COCKROACH EXTERMINATOR CONTAINS SODIUM FLUORIDE 

"REEL" ROACH POWDER CONTAINS SODIUM FLUORIDE 

POULIN'S COCKROACH DOOM 

GREEN CROSS WEED-NO-MORE 

FAIRVIEW WEED COP MIXED BUTYL ESTER E-64.2.4-D 

DOWFUME MC - 2 SOIL FUMIGANT 

2.4-D LIQUID WEEDKILLER ESTER 64 

CLINES ROACH POWDER 

METHOXONE ESTER 500 MCPA LIQUID WEEDKILLER 

DIELDRIN 20 E . C . INSECTICIDE 

ENDRIN 20 EC INSECTICIDE 

LATER 'S HEPTACHLOR 20 E.C. INSECTICIDE 

COMPRIMES LINDANE G.H. 

CO-OP MCPA ESTER 80 LIQUID WEED KILLER 

GREEN CROSS ESTER WEED LIQUID KILLER 

PAULA LINDANE TABLETS FOR FUMIGATION 

GREEN CROSS MCPA ESTER 80 WEED KILLER 

CARGILL MCPA ESTER 500 

NO-WEED MCPA ESTER 80 WEED KILLER 

HOLCOMB INSEKIL AEROSOL INSECTICIDE 

FAIRVIEW WEED COP "ONE TWENTY EIGHT" 

GREEN CROSS 20% ENDRIN 

OSMOSE SPECIAL FENCE POST MIXTURE - WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

RANDOX EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 

ALDRIN 40 EC INSECTICIDE 

NOXALL ANT TRAP CONTAINS THALLIUM 

2.4-D WEED KILLER ESTER 128 

SHELL 2,4-D WEED KILLER ESTER 128 

LICE TOX LIVESTOCK INSECTICIDE 

HERCULES LINDANE TABLETS FOR FUMIGATION 

MCPA WEED KILLER ESTER 80 

CHLOROPICRIN SOIL FUMIGANT 

STAN-CHEM MCPA ESTER 80 WEED KILLER 

STAN-CHEM 2,4-D ESTER 128 WEED KILLER 

STAN-CHEM 2.4,5-T LOW VOLATILE ESTER BRUSH KIL 

STAN-CHEM D AND T LOW VOLATILE ESTER BRUSH KIL 

FLODANE INSECTICIDE 

RANDOX GRANULAR SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 

WEEDONE 128 2,4-D ESTER WEED KILLER EMULSIFIABLE CONC . 

MCPA ESTER 500 LIQUID FARM WEEDKILLER 

WEEDONE MCPA ESTER 

ENDRIN EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE FOR CONTROL OF CUTWORMS 

OCHEMCO LIQUID 2.4-D WEED KILLER 80 

ERA COCKROACH POWDER 

METASOL MMH LIQUID MERCURY SEED TREATMENT 



157 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 1 



O. Reg. 70/84 



REG- 




A 


IS- 




G 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 


08683 


FEG 




08738 


POP 




08790 


PEN 




08934 


AAG 


LEY 


08942 


SAM 




08990 


SHL 




09072 


SHL 




09118 


FEJ 




09169 


FEJ 




09262 


OLH 




09375 


MET 




09389 


MON 




09420 


MET 




09456 


MET 




09458 


MET 




09548 


PFF 




09550 


PFF 




09564 


GRC 


CGA 


09565 


GRC 


VAR 


09566 


GRC 


CGA 


09576 


MET 




09624 


MON 




09737 


FMC 




09904 


BAD 


LEI 


09912 


BAD 


LEI 


09954 


ACO 




09981 


SAF 




09998 


NIM 




10044 


COO 




10049 


COO 




10067 


IMP 




10070 


IMP 




10086 


USB 


CBU 


10145 


USB 


CBU 


10187 


OLH 




10630 


DIT 




10657 


GCP 




10686 


DIT 




10696 


SAF 




10885 


GCP 




10934 


MCE 




10948 


MAG 


MAH 


11107 


GUL 


BRE 


11411 


SAF 




11504 


REO 





PESTICIDE 

LIN-TAB REFILLS, LINDANE FOR USE IN VAPO-SWAT VAPORIZER 

POULIN'S BAT AND MOUSE POWDER 

PESTROY METHYL BROMIDE - FUMIGANT 

AAHEPTON LIQUID WIREWORM INSECTICIDE HEPTACHLOR 

LAURENTIDE CEDAR MOTH PROOFER (PRESSURIZED) 

25 NEMAGON GRANULES 

NEMAGON 130 EMULSIBLE CONCENTRATE SOIL FUMIGANT 

DAWSON 73 SPOT FUMIGANT 

DAWSON 37 SPACE FUMIGANT CONTAINING ETHYLENE DIBROMIDE AND 

METHYL BROMIDE 

OCHEMCO WEED KILLER 128 WITH 2.4-D 

METASOL MMH LIQUID DUAL PURPOSE SEED TREATMENT CONTAINS 

HEPTACHLOR. MERCURY 

M.P. ROACH POWDER 

METASOL - MP LIQUID MERCURY SEED DRESSING 

METASOL - MMH DUAL PURPOSE DRILL BOX FORMULATION CONTAINS 

MERCURY AND ALDRIN 

METASOL-MMH MERCURY DRILL BOX FORMULATION 

PFIZER MCPA ESTER 500 

PFIZER 2.4-D ESTER 800 

METH-O-GAS. METHYL BROMIDE FUMIGANT 

BROM-0-GAS, METHYL BROMIDE FUMIGANT. WITH CHLOROPICRIN 

BROM-0-GAS. METHYL BROMIDE CONTAINS 2% CHLOROPICRIN 

BI-CAL TURF FUNGICIDE POWDER 

M.P. LINDANE TABLETS - FOR FUMIGATION 

POMOGREEN LIQUID ROSE SPRAY CONTAINS DODINE, 

CYCLOHEXIMIDE ( ACTI -DIONE ) . E 
SODIUM ARSENITE NO. 8 LIQUID POTATO TOP KILLER AND WEED KILLER 
ENDRIN EMULSIFIABLE LIQUID INSECTICIDE 
ANT-EX POWDER KILLS ANTS CONTAINS ANTIMONY TARTRATE 
SUN-X INSECT POWDER 

BEE-NIP JET HORNET BOMB WITH DICHLORVOS AND DIELDRIN 
COOPER COOPER-TOX LIVESTOCK SPRAY AND DIP EC 
COOPER COOPER-TOX EXTRA OR COOPER HOG MANGE CURE 
ESSO MCPA ESTER-80 LIQUID WEEDKILLER 
ESSO 2.4-D ESTER-128 LIQUID WEEDKILLER 
HIBOR C GRANULAR WEED AND GRASS KILLER 
KILLPOWER. NEW IMPROVED GRANULAR UREABOR 
OCHEMCO MCPA LIQUID WEED KILLER ESTER 80 
DDT 50 % PINK TRACKING POWDER RODENTICIDE 
GREEN CROSS GARDAL SYSTEMIC ROSE AND ORNAMENTAL SPRAY 
DDT 500 DUST CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 
SANEX CHLOROPICRIN 
MALORAN 50% SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 
MONTCLAIR TUSECT ROACH POWDER 
MAGNACIDE H (INHIBITED ACROLEIN HERBICIDE) 
OUTFOX POST-EMERGENCE LIQUID CORN HERBICIDE 
SANEX METHYL BROMIDE 
DOMESTIC PY INSECT KILLER DUST 



158 



O. Reg. 70/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 1 



819 



REG- 




A 


IS- 




6 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 


12088 


PFF 




12091 


PFF 




12202 


SAF 




12248 


ABE 




12326 


SAF 




12339 


SAF 




12340 


SAF 




12457 


MCE 




13342 


UAJ 




13477 


GRC 


CGA 


13773 


ABE 




13961 


BEH 




14662 


UNR 




14764 


NCR 




15082 


PFF 




15441 


LAT 




15849 


SAF 




16438 


ABE 




16580 


CHP 




16750 


DEG 


ABE 


16975 


DIA 




16976 


OIA 




16977 


DIA 




16981 


DOW 




16982 


DOW 




16983 


DOW 




16988 


DOW 




16990 


DOW 




16991 


UNR 





16992 



UNR 



17107 


DOW 


17139 


UNR 


17140 


UNR 


17171 


UNR 



PESTICIDE 

PFIZER METHYL BROMIDE FUMIGANT 

PFIZER METHYL BROMIDE TOBAGO PLANT BED FUMIGANT 

SANEX ROENTRAK 

METHYL BROMIDE FUMIGANT 

SANEX M B-C2 SOIL FUMIGANT 

SANEX DDT 50% WP AGRICULTURAL INSECTICIDE 

DDT 25% E.C. 

MONTCLAIR REDMOR COCKROACH POWDER 

OXYFUME 12 FUMIGANT 

TERR-0-GAS 67 PREPLANT SOIL FUMIGANT 

WACO CHLOROPICRIN 

CALCIUM CYANIDE A-DUST 

ESTAKIL 500 MCPA 

NIAGARA MCPA ESTER 500 

PFIZER TERRAMYCIN TREE INJECTION FORMULA 

LATER'S LV BRUSH KILLER EC 

SANEX STRYCHNINE GOPHER-KIL LIQUID 

DEGESCH PHOSTOXIN PREPAC COATED PELLETS 

CHIPMAN ROTENONE FISH POISON WETTABLE POWDER 

DEGESCH CALCIUM CYANIDE A-DUST 

2,4-D 10 ET TECHNICAL GRADE HERBICIDE 
6700 TECHNICAL GRADE HERBICIDE 
TECHNICAL GRADE HERBICIDE 
ACID FOR MANUFACTURING USE ONLY 



,4-D 
,4-D 
,4-D 



2. 

2. 

2, 

2,4-D ISO-OCTYL ESTERS FOR MANUFACTURING USE ONLY 

DEA 5 WEED KILLER FOR MANUFACTURING USE ONLY 

DMA 6 UNSEOUESTERED WEED KILLER FOR MANUFACTURING USE ONLY 

2,4-D BUTOXY.ETHANOL ESTERS FOR MANUFACTURING USE ONLY 

UNIROYAL 2.4-D ACID TECHNICAL HERBICIDE FOR MANUFACTURING USE 

ONLY 

UNIROYAL 2,4-D LIQUID DMA AMINE CONCENTRATE FOR MANUFACTURING 

USE ONLY 

DMA 6 SEQUESTERED WEED KILLER FOR MANUFACTURING USE ONLY 

UNIROYAL 2,4-D ISO-OCTYL ESTER TECHNICAL HERBICIDE FOR MANUFACT 

URING USE ONLY 

UNIROYAL 2,4-D ISO-OCTYL ESTER TECHNICAL HERBICIDE FOR MANUFACT 

URING USE ONLY 

UNIROYAL 2,4-D ISO-OCTYL ESTER TECHNICAL HERBICIDE FOR MANUFACT 

URING USE ONLY 



O. Reg. 70/84, s. 6, part. 



159 



820 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 2 



O. Reg. 70/84 



REG- 


A 


IS- 


G 


TRA- 


E 


TION 


REGIS- N 


NO 


TRANT T 


00019 


GCP 


00109 


BRG 


00511 


CHP 


00893 


WIL 


01083 


MBE 


01193 


BRG 


01344 


PIE 


01709 


GCP 


02294 


CHP 


02425 


SHL 


02985 


CHP 


03132 


DOW 


03159 


GCP 


03162 


GCP 


03267 


CHD 


03294 


MAP 


03341 


SHL 


03528 


VIT VIR 


03734 


PFF 


03749 


LAT 


03780 


CHV 


03846 


MBY 


03939 


GOC 


03959 


CHP 


03961 


CHP 


04042 


SHL 


04044 


SHL 


04097 


MET 


04167 


DOW 


04293 


FMC 


04429 


PLG 


04559 


STF 


04763 


GCP 


04771 


CGL 


04958 


BBE 


04980 


CHP 


04982 


LAT 


04983 


ALS 


05042 


HAB MCH 


05192 


GAH BAU 


05220 


FRD FRC 


05321 


DOW 


05442 


CHP 


05475 


ROH 


05499 


LAT 


06000 


SHL 


06002 


SHL 


06004 


SHL 



PESTICIDE 

GREEN CROSS ARSENATE OF LEAD INSECTICIDE 

FAIRVIEW GOPHER-COP 

CHIPMAN NICOTINE SULPHATE 40 CONTACT INSECTICIDE 

WILSON'S MOUSE TREAT CONTAINS 0.4% STRYCHNINE 

RAPID BUG KILLER 

MOUSE-COP POISONED MOUSE SEED 

PIED PIPER ROACHOCIDE 

GREEN CROSS BASI-COP FUNGICIDE COPPER OXYCHLORIDE 

TRI-COP WETTABLE POWDER COPPER FUNGICIDE 

D-D SOIL FUMIGANT 

BENESAN 50% LINDANE WETTABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE 

DOW GENERAL LIQUID DINOSEB HERBICIDE 

GREEN CROSS P.M.A.S. TURF FUNGICIDE 

GREEN CROSS CHLORDANE 8 E.C. INSECTICIDE 

PENTA PRESERVATIVE CONCENTRATE 

CALO-CLOR TURF FUNGICIDE 

2.4-D + 2,4,5-T LIQUID BRUSHKILLER REGULAR 16 

LETHALAIRE G-57 AEROSOL INSECTICIDE 

PFIZER LINDANE 25 W 

LATER'S 2,4-D ESTER LOW VOLATILE WEEDKILLER 

ORTHOCIDE 50 WETTABLE POWDER FUNGICIDE 

MERFUSAN DUST FUNGICIDE 

THE CONTROL OF TURF DISEASE 
A-K MOSS KIL 

CHIPMAN BRUSH KILLER 480 LV EC 
CHIPMAN 2.4.5-T LV ESTER 
2.4.5-T LIQUID BRUSHKILLER LV 76.8 
2,4-0+2. 4, 5-T LIQUID BRUSHKILLER L.V. 76.8 
METASOL APPLE SPRAY . ORGANIC MERCURY FUNGICIDE 
PREMERGE 360 DINOSEB LIQUID WEED KILLER 
NIAGARA2.4,5-T BRUSHKILLER WEED KILLER 

PLANT PRODUCTS LINDANE 25 WETTABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE 
CAPTAN 50-W FUNGICIDE POWDER 
GREEN CROSS LOW VOLATILE WEED-NO-MORE 
CARGILL TEN TEN 2,4-D LIQUID WEED KILLER 
BEXCO GRAINS KILLS MICE CONTAINS STRYCHNINE 
CHIPMAN 2,4-D LV ESTER 500 
LATER'S CHLORDANE 65 EC 

NO-WEED 2,4-D & 2,4,5-T LOW VOLATILE ESTER BRUSHKILLER 
TRI-X BRAND FUMIGANT 
"ARNOLD" LINDANE SPRAY 18% 

FRANKLIN LINDANE 20% EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 
KURON WEED AND BRUSH KILLER EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 
CHIPMAN 7.5% CAPTAN DUST FUNGICIDE 
KARATHANE WD AGRICULTURAL FUNGICIDE AND MITICIDE 
LATER'S 5% CAPTAN FUNGICIDE DUST 
2,4,5-T LIQUID BRUSHKILLER L.V. 112 
2,4-D + 2.4,5-T LIQUID BRUSHKILLER L.V. 112 
2.4-D WEED KILLER LV ESTER 112 



160 



O. Reg. 70/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 2 



821 



REG- 




A 


IS- 




6 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 


06007 


STF 




06122 


SAF 




06241 


MAP 




06330 


DOW 




06334 


COO 


FRM 


06374 


ROH 




06420 


CYC 




06514 


WEA 




06526 


ALS 




06528 


SAF 




06580 


KEM 




06632 


STF 




06698 


INT 




06726 


BAT 




06747 


MBY 




06829 


GCP 




06853 


GCP 




06857 


BAX 


CHH 


06950 


LAT 




06993 


CUT 


CUS 


07015 


FUL 


6RE 


07024 


WEA 




07030 


FMC 




07036 


DUO 




07132 


SHL 




07192 


CHV 




07239 


MBY 




07331 


GUF 




07394 


PFF 




07398 


CHG 


CHH 


07412 


STD 




07416 


STD 




07442 


CHV 




07446 


UAJ 




07480 


STF 




07482 


STF 




07523 


BRD 




07525 


INT 




07527 


INT 




07599 


CHP 




07701 


NAP 




07852 


STF 




07882 


CHG 


CHH 


07884 


CHG 


CHH 


08021 


CYC 




08024 


BAT 




08056 


CHG 


CHH 


08082 


CHG 


CHH 



PESTICIDE 

CAPTAN 75 SEED TREATER FOR SEED DISEASE CONTROL 

SANEX 10% LINDANE E.C. 

KROMAD BROAD-SPECTRUM TURF FUNGICIDE 

ESTERON 99 CONCENTRATE LIQUID FARM WEED KILLER 

FUNGIDEX WETTABLE POWDER FUNGICIDE 

KELTHANE E.C. AGRICULTURAL MITICIDE 

LIQUID CYANAMID, A GENERAL CONTACT WEED KILLER 

WEEDEX SAFETY BAR 

NO-WEED LOW VOLATILE 2,4-D ESTER 80 WEED KILLER 

65.5 CHLORDANE E.C. INSECTICIDE 

KEM-GRAIN FUMIGANT 

TRITHION 25 WP INSECTICIDE ACARICIDE 

CO-OP LOW VOLATILE BRUSHKILLER 400 LIQUID WEED KILLER 

BARTLETT FIXED COPPER FUNGICIDE SPRAY POWDER 

EMBUTOX E 2,4-DB ISO-OCTYL ESTER SELECTIVE WEEDKILLER 

GREEN CROSS LOW VOLATILE BRUSH KIL '96' 

GREEN CROSS SOIL KARE (MYLONE) GRANULAR FUMIGANT 

CO-RAL 25% WETTABLE POWDER ANIMAL INSECTICIDE 

LATER'S PENTACHLOROPHENOL WOOD PRESERVATIVE 1 TO 10 

K.R.S. FOR HORSES KILLS SCREW WORMS AND MAGGOTS 

FULGRE FULVEX NICOTINE FUMIGATOR 

WEEDEX WONDER STIK 2,4-D WEEDKILLER 

ETHION 5 GRANULAR INSECTICIDE 

DU PONT KARMEX DIURON WEED KILLER 

2,4-D LIQUID WEEDKILLER ESTER L.V. 80 

ORTHO PHALTAN 50 WETTABLE POWDER FUNGICIDE 

MERSIL TURF FUNGICIDE WETTABLE POWDER CONTAINING 

MERCURY SALTS 
CARBYNE WILD OAT HERBICIDE 
PFIZER BRUSHKILLER LV 600 
DEXON 70% WETTABLE POWDER SEED FUNGICIDE 
STANCHEM CHLORO IPC 4.8 EC 
STANCHEM CHLORO IPC 20 G 

ORTHO DIBROM INSECTICIDE EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 
CRAG SEVIN 85W (CARBARYL) SPRAYABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE 
FOLPET (PHALTAN) 50-WP AGRICULTURAL FUNGICIDE 
FOLPET (PHALTAN) 75-WP AGRICULTURAL FUNGICIDE 
BRADFORD LIQUID CYANAMID, GENERAL CONTACT WEED KILLER 
CO-OP LV 2,4-D ESTER 700 LIQUID WEED KILLER 
CO-OP L.V. BRUSH KILLER 112 (2,4-0 +2,4,5-T) 
GAMMASAN DRILL BOX SEED TREATMENT POWDER 
VORLEX LIQUID SOIL FUMIGANT 

TRITHION 10 GRANULAR ORGANIC PHOSPHATE SOIL INSECTICIDE 
META-SYSTOX-R SPRAY CONCENTRATE SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 
DI-SYSTON GRANULAR SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 
CYTHION LIQUID GRAIN PROTECTANT CONTAINING MALATHION 
BARTLETT MOUSE BAIT CONTAINS ZINC PHOSPHIDE 
CO-RAL 5.0% DUST POULTRY INSECTICIDE 
BAYTEX SPRAY CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE CONTAINS FENTHION 



161 



822 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 2 



O. Reg. 70/84 



RE6- 




A 


IS- 




Q 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 


08084 


CHG 


CHH 


08086 


CHG 


CHH 


08090 


CHG 


CHH 


08140 


LAT 




08150 


CHD 




08165 


LAT 




08201 


WEA 




08227 


ROR 




08248 


CHP 




08277 


CYC 




08309 


SHL 




0831 1 


ALS 




08349 


CHP 




08372 


LAT 




08374 


CUT 


CUS 


08409 


CYC 




08425 


SHL 




08431 


DOW 




08451 


USB 


CBU 


08504 


CYC 




08543 


PFF 




08604 


SHL 




08631 


VEL 




08637 


DUO 




08654 


CHD 




08655 


AMC 


AMI 


08656 


CHD 




08657 


NAC 




08661 


CHP 




08789 


STD 




08826 


ABE 




08885 


GCP 




08899 


CHP 




08901 


CHP 




08903 


CHP 




08929 


CHP 




08959 


PFF 




08981 


GCP 




09003 


DOW 




09007 


DOW 




09074 


RAL 




09157 


AMC 


AMI 


09161 


MUS 


CBS 


09163 


CHG 


CHH 


09197 


INT 





PESTICIDE 

BAYTEX SPRAY CONCENTRATE BARN INSECTICIDE 

ENTEX SPRAY CONCENTRATE PCD INSECTICIDE 

ENTEX OIL SOLUBLE CONCENTRATE PCO INSECTICIDE 

LATER 'S ONION MAGGOT GRANULES - CONTAINING ETHION 

CHAPMAN PENTA WR CONCENTRATE 1-5 

LATER'S MITE KILLER 

WEEDEX CLOVER & CHICKWEED BAR CHEMICAL WEEDKILLER WITH FENOPROP 

ROZ-SEAL-TOX PS-23 CLEAR VARNISH SEALER 

CHIPMAN THIODAN 50% WETTABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE 

CYGON 4-E EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

VAPONA 20 E.C. INSECTICIDE CONTAINS DICHLORVOS 

ACS "2.4,5-T" LOW VOLATILE BRUSH KILLER 

AGROX I.F DUAL PURPOSE SEED TREATMENT 

LATER'S MALATHION 85 EC 

K.R.S. FOR HORSES CONTROLS SCREW WORMS AND MAGGOTS 

THIMET 10% GRANULAR SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 

2.4-D + 2.4,5-T LIQUID BRUSHKILLER L.V. 96 

ESTERON 3-3E FARM AND INDUSTRIAL WEED AND BRUSH KILLER 

MONOBOR -CHLORATE WEED AND GRASS KILLER 

CYGON EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE HOPPER KILL 

PFIZER BRUSH KILLER LV480 1:1 

AA SOIL DRENCH 

VELSICOL BANVEL D LIQUID HERBICIDE 

DU PONT HYVAR X BROMACIL GENERAL WEED KILLER 

TIMPREG PAK POL-NU TYPE GROUND LINE POLE TREATMENT 

BANDAGE 
AMIZINE WETTABLE POWDER A GENERAL WEEDKILLER 
TIMPREG POL-NU TYPE PRESERVATIVE GREASE CONTAINING 

SODIUM FLUORIDE, CREOSOTE AN 
NATIONAL CHEMSEARCH CHEMESTER 123 HERBICIDE 
GRAMOXONE LIQUID HERBICIDE WITH WETTING AGENT 
STANDARD PENTA CONCENTRATE 1-10 WOOD PRESERVATIVE 
WACO MALATHION GRAIN PROTECTANT 

GREEN CROSS KIL-MOR BANVEL 3 LIQUID HERBICIDE CONTAINS DICAMBA, 
2,4-D AND MECOPROP 
CHIPMAN BRUSHKILLER 96 

CHIPMAN 2,4,5-T 96 WEED AND BRUSHKILLER 
CHIPMAN 2.4-D ESTER 96 LIQUID WEEDKILLER 

SAYFOS 70 D.P. WETTABLE POWDER SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE CONTAINING 
MENAZON 

PFIZER BRUSH KILLER LV600 2:1 
GREEN CROSS THIODAN 50 W.P. INSECTICIDE 
TORDON 10K SYSTEMIC HERBICIDE SIZE NO 5 
TORDON 101 MIXTURE SYSTEMIC BRUSHKILLER SOLUTION 
CYGON 4-E EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 
AMCHEM FENAC LIQUID 

MSCO FUNGICIDE VX FOR DISEASES IN MUSHROOM CROPS 
DEXON 35% WETTABLE POWDER TURF AND SOIL FUNGICIDE 
CO-OP GRANULAR SOIL STERILANT WEED AND GRASS KILLER 



162 



O. Reg. 70/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 2 



823 



REG- 




A 


IS- 




G 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 


09247 


MCC 




09268 


PFF 




09291 


CHG 


CHH 


09319 


STF 




09332 


LAT 




09337 


CYC 




09355 


SHL 




09377 


CLI 


8RP 


09382 


PFF 




09398 


CHG 


CHH 


09402 


CBR 


MCM 


09404 


CBR 


MCM 


09427 


PLG 




09428 


CHG 


CHH 



09505 



CHP 



09506 


PFF 




09512 


CHP 




09526 


MET 




09560 


DOW 




09561 


PFF 




09569 


LAT 




09570 


CHG 


CHH 


09580 


MET 




09582 


STF 


''-'.'■'■ 


09587 


ALS 


09623 


LIE 




09625 


OLH 




09631 


GCP 




09634 


CHP 




09651 


AMC 


AMI 


09664 


DOW 




09691 


STF 




09724 


PLG 




09763 


PLG 




09765 


CHP 




09807 


INT 




09825 


NAP 




09871 


PLG 




09907 


AMC 


AMI 


09916 


PLG 




09918 


PLG 




09922 


STF 




09934 


PFF 




09945 


DIT 





PESTICIDE 

MCCLELLAND 'S LINDANE 10% EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 

PFIZER BRUSH KILLER LV600 1:1 

META-SYSTOX-R SYSTEMIC SPRAY CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

CAPTAN 7.5 DUST AGRICULTURAL FUNGICIDE 

LATER'S LINDANE 20 E.C. INSECTICIDE 

MALATHION LV CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

2.4-D LIQUID WEEDKILLER ESTER L.V. 96 

PENFUME LIQUID FUMIGANT 

PFIZER CYGON 

GUTHION INSECTICIDE SPRAY CONCENTRATE FOR HOME GARDEN USE 

CONTAINS AZINPHOS-METHYL 

FORMULA GH-18, AN INSECTICIDE FOGGING SOLUTION 

FORMULA GH-20 AN INSECTICIDE FOGGING SOLUTION 

PLANT FOG SULFOTEP THERMAL FOGGING SOLUTION 

CO-RAL EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE LIVESTOCK INSECTICIDE CONTAINS 

COUMAPHOS 

CHIPMAN B-3 DUAL PURPOSE INSECTICIDE-FUNGICIDE SEED 

TREATMENT CONTAINS DIAZINON. 
PFIZER BRUSH KILLER LV 400 1:1 
REGLONE A 

METASOL -10 LIQUID PHENYL MERCURIC ACETATE CRABGRASS KILLER 
ESTERON LV 600 FARM WEEDKILLER 
PFIZER 2.4-D LV ESTER 600 
LATER'S PMA FUNGICIDE SOLUTION 

BAYTEX LIQUID CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE CONTAINS FENTHION 
THIRAM 75% W.P. TURF FUNGICIDE 
CAPTAN 80-WP FUNGICIDE 

NO-WEED LOW VOLATILE LIQUID WEED KILLER 
TIM-BER-LOX FUNGICIDED WOOD PRESERVATIVE 
OCHEMCO LOW VOLATILE 2,4-D ESTER 96 LIQUID WEED KILLER 
GREEN CROSS PATORAN 50 W.P. HERBICIDE 
CHIPMAN POTATO SEED PIECE DUAL PURPOSE TREATMENT 
AMCHEM BROMINAL EMULSIFIABLE WEED KILLER 
ESTERON T-GE INDUSTRIAL WEED AND BRUSH KILLER 
CAPTAN SP 4 FLOWABLE SEED PROTECTANT AGRICULTURAL FUNGICIDE 
7.5% CAPTAN GREENHOUSE FUNGICIDE DUST 
LESAN SOIL AND TURF FUNGICIDE 

CHIPMAN CAPTAN-METHOXYCHLOR 75-3 SEED PROTECTANT 
CO-OP CYGON 4EC - CONTAINS DIMETHOATE INSECTICIDE 
VORLEX CP 

TURF FUNGICIDE COTAINING THIRAM 

AQUA-KLEEN 20 GRANULAR-A 2.4-D WEEDKILLER FOR CONTROLLING WATER 
WEEDS 

PLANTFUME LINDANE SMOKE FUMIGATORS (PELLETS) 
PLANT PRODUCTS METASYSTOX-R SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 
CAPTAN 4 FLOWABLE, AN AQUEOUS SUSPENSION AGRICULTURAL 
FUNGICIDE 

PFIZER CHEM-COP 53 FUNGICIDE auM 

LINDANE 10% EMULSIFIABLE LIQUID INSECTICIDE Mii 



163 



824 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 2 



O. Reg. 70/84 



REQ- 




A 


IS- 




G 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 


09964 


CHV 




09984 


CBR 


MOM 


10010 


SHL 




10045 


GCP 




10047 


COQ 




10069 


IMP 




10100 


GCP 




10104 


GCP 




10121 


PFF 




10142 


CHP 




10146 


DIT 




10147 


DIT 




10148 


DIT 




10163 


VAR 




10177 


CHG 


CHH 


10185 


CHP 




10197 


PFF 




10215 


CHP 




10216 


PEK 


PEL 


10231 


CAY 




10257 


LAT 




10277 


FIS 




10308 


MOL 




10313 


PFF 




10322 


MBY 




10324 


KEM 




10331 


DUO 




10339 


CHP 




10359 


FMC 




10429 


CBR 


MCM 


10430 


WEP 




10431 


CBR 


MCM 


10433 


CBR 


MCM 


10439 


DOW 




10456 


CHG 


CHH 


10457 


CHG 


CHH 


10458 


GCP 




10467 


NIM 




10496 


GCP 




10532 


CYC 




10538 


IDE 




10540 


KEM 




10561 


ROS 


BAU 


10569 


SAF 





PESTICIDE 

ORTHO DIFOLATAN 480 FLOWABLE FUNGICIDE 

FORMULA GH-31 A MITICIDE FOGGING SOLUTION 

BIPLANE INSECTICIDE 10 GRANULES 

GREEN CROSS DRILLBOX LINOASAN COMBINATION SEED TREATMENT 

CONTAINS CAPTAN AND LINDANE 

COOPER WATER SOLUBLE RAT AND MOUSE KILLER POWDER 

ESSO 2.4-D LV-80 LIQUID WEEDKILLER 

GREEN CROSS THIODAN 4 INSECTICIDE 

GREEN CROSS CYGON 4E SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 

PFIZER BRUSH KILLER LV 700 1:1 

CYGON 480 EC 

FENTHION 50E EMULSIFIABLE LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

FENTHION 50S OIL CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

THIOFEN FOGGING OIL CONCENTRATE CONTAINS FENTHION AND 

LETHANE INSECTICIDES 

GUARDSMAN ESTER 80 WEEDKILLER 

DASANIT 15% GRANULAR INSECTICIDE - NEMATOCIDE 

ENDOSULFAN 400 EC 

PFIZER THIRAM 

CHIPMAN BRUSHKILLER 112 CONTAINING LOW VOLATILE 

HERBICIDE 273 LIQUID 

ZEP FORMULA 777 - WEED KILLER - NON-SELECTIVE TYPE 

LATER'S WEEDKILLER L.V 2.4-D ESTER 500 

BASUDIN BRAND OF DI AZINON-LINDANE-CAPTAN INSECTICIDE 

FUNGICIDE DRILLBOX SEED TREA 
AVADEX BW GRANULAR WILD OAT KILLER 
PFIZER CHLORDANE 800 

ZOLONE 30% PHOSALONE INSECTICIDE FOR FRUITS 
RIDDEX CYTHION GRAIN PROTECTANT INSECTICIDE 
LVK LIQUID VEGETATION KILLER 

MERGAMMA N-M DRILL BOX DUAL PURPOSE SEED TREATMENT 
FURADAN 10 GRANULAR INSECTICIDE 

FORMULA MU-16 - AN INSECTICIDE FOGGING SOLUTION 
ASSAULT LIQUID VEGETATION KILLER 
FORMULA MU-17 INSECTICIDE FOGGING OIL 

FORMULA MU-23 - EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 
CONTAINED NALED 

DURSBAN M EMULSIFIABLE INSECTICIDE 
TIGUVON SPRAY CONCENTRATE ANIMAL INSECTICIDE 
TIGUVON POUR-ON CATTLE INSECTICIDE CONTAINS FENTHION 
GREEN CROSS AMINE DINITRO WEED KILLER 

GAS'M- 3 CARTRIDGES, KILLS MOLES, GOPHERS AND GROUND SQUIRRELS 
GREEN CROSS GALECRON 50 EC MITICIDE AND INSECTICIDE 
THIMET 15-G CONTAINS PHORATE SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 
LES ENGRAIS LIQUID CYANAMID GENERAL CONTACT WEED KILLER 
KEM-FUME GRAIN FUMIGANT CONTAINING CARBON TETRACHLORIDE AND 
CARBON DISULPHIDE 

ROSS SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE CARTRIDGES 
WOOOCHUCK BOMBS 



164 



O. Reg. 70/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 2 



825 



REG- 




A 


IS- 




6 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 


10609 


STF 




10610 


STF 




10612 


CUT 


cus 


10628 


DUO 




10637 


DOW 




10640 


PLG 




10661 


INT 




10662 


INT 




10666 


FMC 




10693 


DIT 




10694 


DIT 




10716 


CHP 




10732 


VAR 




10753 


SHL 




10776 


CHG 


CHH 


10780 


CHV 




10796 


ANA 





10816 



GCP 



10826 


CHG 


CHH 


10827 


CHG 


CHH 


10840 


CHG 


CHH 


10841 


CHG 


CHH 


10842 


CHG 


CHH 


10847 


GCP 




10895 


CHG 


CHH 


10896 


CHP 




109O4 


CGA 




10905 


CGA 




10906 


CGA 




10907 


CGA 




10910 


CHG 


CHH 


10924 


VAR 




10925 


VAR 




10928 


CGA 




10953 


IMP 




10975 


CGA 




10976 


CGA 




10977 


CGA 




10979 


CGA 




10983 


GCP 




10993 


DIT 




11013 


INT 




11018 


DUO 


^Oe J 


11022 


BAT 




11025 


UNR 




11029 


CHG 


CHH 


11045 


CGA 





PESTICIDE 

DYFONATE 10G AN ORGANOPHOSPHORUS SOIL INSECTICIDE 

DYFONATE THIRAM 5-10G INSECTICIDE AND FUNGICIDE 

K.R.S. SMEAR FOR HORSES 

DU PONT SINBAR TERBACIL WEED KILLER 

DURSBAN 4 E EMULSIFIABLE INSECTICIDE 

PLANT-FUME NICOTINE SMOKE FUMIGATORS 

CO-OP RAPESEED AND MUSTARD DRILL BOX SEED TREATMENT 

CO-OP N.M. DUAL PURPOSE DRILL BOX SEED TREATMENT 

FURADAN 5 GRANULAR SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 

DICHLORVOS 20S OIL CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

DICHLORVOS 20E EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

CHIPMAN CHLORDANE 800 EC 

GUARDSMAN DINITRO AMINE WEEDKILLER CONTAINS DINOSEB 

BLADEX 80 W HERBICIDE 

FOLITHION LIQUID CONCENTRATE FOREST INSECTICIDE 

ORTHOCIDE 80 WETTABLE POWDER FUNGICIDE CONTAINS CAPTAN 

SUPER ANBREX BRAND OF ATRAZINE BOW (80% WETTABLE POWDER) FOR 

PRE AND EARLY POST EMERGENT WE 

GREEN CROSS PDA ANNUA KILLER LIQUID HERBICIDE 

ENOOTHALL 

FURADAN 5 GRANULES SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 

FURADAN 10 GRANULES SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 

BAYLUSCIDE 5% GRANULAR MOLLUSCICIDE 

BAYLUSCIDE 5% GRANULAR SEA LAMPREY LARVICIDE 

BAYLUSCIDE-TFM WETTABLE POWDER SEA LAMPREY LARVICIDE 

GALECRON 95 SP MITICIDE- INSECTICIDE 

DASANIT PLUS THIRAM 5% - 10% GRANULAR INSECTICIDE-FUNGICIDE 

CHIPMAN DRILLBOX D-L PLUS SEED TREATMENT 

PRINCEP SOW WETTABLE POWDER HERBICIDE OF SIMAZINE 

AATREX SOW WETTABLE POWDER HERBICIDE OF ATRAZINE 

PRIMATOL SOW WETTABLE POWDER HERBICIDE OF ATRAZINE 

SIMAPRIM SOW WETTABLE POWDER HERBICIDE OF SIMAZINE 

SENCOR 50 W P HERBTCIDE 

GUARDSMAN V.W. AND R. STAIN CONTROL FUNGICIDE 

GUARDSMAN PENTA PRESERVATIVE CONCENTRATE 1-10 

AATREX 90W WETTABLE POWDER HERBICIDE OF ATRAZINE 

FLIT WEED KILLER 

BASUDIN 50W WETTABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE OF DIAZINON 

BASUDIN 50E EMULSIFIABLE INSECTICIDE OF DIAZINON 

BASUDIN SOS SOLUTION INSECTICIDE OF DIAZINON 

BASUDIN 50 EC INSECTICIDE 

FENITROTHION TECHNICAL INSECTICIDE 

LINDANE 10S OIL CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

CO-OP CHLORDANE 800 EC 

HYVAR X-L BROMACIL WEED KILLER 

BARTLETT CYGON 4E SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 

LIQUID DYANAP WEEDKILLER CONTAINS NAPTALAM 

BAYGON U-L-V SPRAY (ULTRA LOW VOLUME) INSECTICIDE 

AATREX LIQUID HERBICIDE OF ATRAZINE 



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826 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 70/84 

SCHEDULE 2 



PESTICIDE 

T200 TOBACCO INSECTICIDE 

SEVIN 4 OIL 

GRAMOXONE S LIQUID HERBICIDE CONTAINS PARAQUAT 

SUMITHION TECHNICAL 

SUMITHION 100 EC 

CUTRINE ALGAECIDE 

DESORMONE 

BIRLANE INSECTICIDE 3% GRANULES 

UROX LIQUID OIL CONCENTRATED WEED KILLER 

GREEN CROSS D-L PLUS CAPTAN POWDER CONTAINS DIAZINON, LINDANE 

AND CAPTAN 

CO-RAL CATTLE DUSTER CONTAINS COUMAPHOS 

TANOEX-DIURON 80 W.P. HERBICIDE 

MARZINE FORMULATION OF ATRAZINE SOW HERBICIDE 

LASSO EC ALACHLOR 

CAPTAN SOW FUNGICIDE WETTABLE POWDER 

DIVEL INDUSTRIAL LIQUID HERBICIDE 

BROMACIL-16 LIQUID WEEDKILLER CONCENTRATE 

GESAGARD 80 W HERBICIDE 

DOW CONTACT WEEDKILLER EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE CONTAINING 

DINOSEB 

MK GRAIN FUMIGANT 

SUTAN+ 8-E HERBICIDE 

STAN-CHEM 2,4-D ESTER LOW VOLATILE 96 WEED KIL E.C. 

BAIRD'S DINOSEB. PRE-EMERGENCE DINITRO WEED KILLER 

PIRIMOR 50 WETTABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE 

SCOTTS PROTURF BROAD SPECTRUM GRANULAR FUNGICIDE CONTAINING 

PMA AND THIRAM 

GUARDSMAN MANEB-THIODAN DUST 

KROVAR 1 WEEDKILLER WETTABLE POWDER CONTAINS BROMACIL AND 

DIURON 

GREEN CROSS DU-TER FUNGICIDE CONTAINING FENTINHYDROXIDE 

2.4-D AND 2,4,5-7 LIQUID BRUSHKILLER LV 64 

FIA 80-20 GRAIN FUMIGANT 

RIDDEX CHLORDANE 80 EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

OCHEMCO RAPESEED AND MUSTARD SEED TREATMENT POWDER CONTAINS 

LINDANE AND CAPTAN 

GUARDSMAN CYTHION 1000 GRAIN PROTECTANT AND INSECTICIDE 

VITAFLO DUAL PURPOSE LIQUID SUSPENSION SEED PROTECTANT 

LORSBAN 4C EMULSIFIABLE INSECTICIDE 

GUARDSMAN DINITRO GENERAL WEEDKILLER E.C. CONTAINS DINOSEB 

EKKO 80 W 

PROGRAM FORMULATION OF ATRAZINE 80W & PROPACHLOR 65% WP 

DURSBAN 6 INSECTICIDE 

CO-OP D-L+C INSECTICIDE-FUNGICIDE DUST DRILL BOX SEED 

TREATMENT POWDER 

GUARDSMAN POTATO TOPKILLER CONTAINS DINOSEB 

CO-OP LINDANE 50 

ERAMOX 80 W INDUSTRIAL HERBICIDE 



REQ- 




A 


is- 




G 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 


11054 


VIT 


VIR 


11115 


UAJ 




11128 


CHP 




11137 


SUG 


SUH 


11138 


SUG 


SUH 


11148 


APB 


CHP 


11153 


AMC 


AMI 


11154 


SHL 




11161 


ALL 




11176 


GCP 




11187 


CHG 


CHH 


11189 


FMC 




11191 


MRZ 




11211 


MOL 




11221 


FMC 




11224 


VEL 




11255 


DIT 




11274 


CGA 




11299 


DOW 




11307 


FUM 




11312 


STF 




11333 


STD 




11335 


BAD 


LEI 


11336 


CHP 




11339 


SCT 


MLL 


11340 


VAR 




11351 


DUQ 




11354 


GCP 




11356 


SHL 




11366 


STF 




11373 


KEM 




11390 


OLH 




11398 


VAR 




11422 


UNR 




11424 


DOW 




11442 


VAR 




11445 


GCP 




11449 


MRZ 




11450 


DOW 




11451 


INT 




11461 


VAR 




11467 


INT 




11484 


CGA 








166 



O. Reg. 70/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 2 



827 



REG- 




A 


is- 




G 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 


11494 


MRZ 




11522 


LAT 




11530 


KEM 




11531 


KEM 




11539 


MBY 




11545 


BAD 


LEI 


11547 


VEL 




11575 


STD 




11578 


APB 


vJAC 


11583 


CHP 




1 1597 


CHC 




11681 


SAN 




11725 


DUO 




1 1760 


CGC 




1 1761 


STF 




11768 


STD 




11771 


PFF 




11788 


MRZ 




1 1848 


CHC 




11860 


STD 




11889 


PFF 




1 1890 


PFF 




1 1933 


CHP 




11934 


CHP 




11935 


CHP 




11936 


STF 


CHP 


11970 


SAF 




12028 


CHP 




12029 


CHP 




12072 


STD 




12073 


SAF 




12076 


SAF 




12095 


AVC 


KEM 


12096 


AVC 


KEM 


12097 


AVC 


KEM 


12098 


AVC 


KEM 


12104 


VAR 




12106 


SAF 




12107 


SAF 




12131 


CYC 




12159 


FMC 




12171 


DUO 




12216 


KEM 




12223 


DOW 




12224 


VAR 




12239 


STF 




12264 


KEK 




12269 


MER 





PESTICIDE 

MARZONE WEEDKILLER CONTAINS DIURON 

LATER'S 25% LINDANE LIVESTOCK INSECTICIDE 

RIDDEX DIAZINON 50 E.C. INSECTICIDE 

RIDDEX DIAZINON 50 S INSECTICIDE CONCENTRATE 

TOTRIL SELECTIVE WEEDKILLER 

BAIRD'S DINOSEB POTATO TOP KILLER 

DYCLEAR-24 LIQUID HERBICIDE 

STANCHEM SPROUT NIP EC 

SWIMTRINE LIQUID ALGAECIDE FOR SWIMMING POOLS 

ATALCIDE SODIUM CHLORATE WEED KILLER 

MAG-X-'->TRING 

SANFAX G.P. 836 CYTHION LIQUID GRAIN PROTECTANT 

LANNATE L METHOMYL INSECTICIDE 

GREEN CROSS POTATO TOP KILLER 

SUTAN+ / ATRAZINE 18.6 GRANULES 

STANCHEM CHEMHOE 4.8 SUSPENSION HERBICIDE 

PFIZER DIURON 80W 

MART AN 50 WP 

POTATO SPROUT INHIBITOR 

SPROUT NIP 

PFIZER DIAZINON 50 E.C. 

PFIZER DIAZINON 50 W 

DIAZINON 50W WETTABLE POWDER CONTAINS DIAZINON 

DIAZINON 500 EC 

DIAZINON 500 E ^-, 

CAPTAN 10 DUST 

SANEX SANIFUME GRAIN FUMIGANT 

CHIPMAN CAPTAN FLOWABLE SEED FUNGICIDE 

CHIPMAN CAPTAN 30 METHOXYCHLOR 3 FLOWABLE SEED TREATMENT 

STANDARD SASH TREAT 

SANEX CYTHION LIQUID GRAIN PROTECTANT 

CYTHION LIQUID GRAIN PROTECTANT 

AVITROL CORN CHOPS 

AVITROL WHOLE CORN 

AVITROL CONCENTRATE FOR THE CONTROL OF GULLS 

AVITROL MIXED GRAINS 

GUARDSMAN HERBICIDE BOOSTER LIQUID WETTING AND PENETRATING AGEN 

T 

AVITROL CORN CHOPS BAIT FOR CONTROL OF SPARROW. 

AVITROL WHOLE CORN BAIT CONCENTRATE FOR CONTROL OF PIGEONS 

AVENGE 517-S 

POLYRAM LINDANE SEEP PROTECTANT 

LEXONE METRIBUZIN WEEDKILLER 

RIDDEX CYTHION ULV CONCENTRHTE INSECTICIDE 

DURSBAN 2.5 G INSECTICIDE GRANULES 

GUARDSMAN DIAZINON 50 EC 

ERADICANE 8E HERBICIDE 

NORKEM 500 HERBICIDE 

MERZAT GIANT DESTROYER 



167 



828 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 2 



O. Reg. 70/84 



REG- 




A 


IS- 




G 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 


12302 


SHL 




12343 


SAF 




12344 


SAF 




12360 


SAZ 


CHP 


12373 


CHP 




12381 


CHP 




12388 


MRZ 




12405 


SAF 




12439 


SAF 




12461 


LAT 




12539 


SAF 




12599 


ELA 




12644 


CAT 




12674 


SAF 




12767 


CHP 




12769 


DEX 


ROA 


12828 


CYC 




12861 


PIK 




12864 


SAF 




12865 


SAF 




12866 


SAF 




12871 


ROH 




12876 


PFF 




12936 


STF 




12944 


GAP 




12951 


OLH 




12960 


FAC 


NOF 


12972 


CHP 




13005 


BAZ 




13051 


UNR 




13056 


SHL 




13166 


SHL 




13188 


AVC 


CHP 


13245 


VAR 




13249 


APB 


CHP 


13250 


BAX 




13335 


ALS 




13349 


SAF 




13368 


OOW 




13466 


BAX 




13471 


CPC 


BAT 


13504 


ABE 




13505 


ABE 




13561 


FIS 




13571 


FIS 




13572 


FIS 




13614 


CHC 




13645 


ALS 




13646 


ALS 





PESTICIDE 

NUDRIN WATER MISCIBLE INSECTICIDE 

AVITROL SPARROW MIX 

AVITROL PIGEON MIX 

THURICIDE 16B AQUEOUS CONCENTRATE FOR LV AERIAL APPLICATION 

PIRIMOR 50 WP INSECTICIDE 

BRUSHKILLER 96 LV ESTER 2:1 

MARZONE ATRAZINE 50 L 

SANEX SANIFUME-15 

DIAZINON 50-S OIL SOLUBLE 

LATER'S DIAZINON 50 EC 

VAPO 20 EC 

SPIKE 80 W.P. HERBICIDE 

WEED-AWAY NON-SELECTIVE WEED KILLER 

SANEX SANIFUME 5 LIQUID FUMIGANT 

MERGAMMA DUAL PURPOSE SEED TREATMENT 

DEXOL GOPHER GASSER 

LIQUID PLANT GROWTH REGULANT 

D-L-C DRILL BOX SEED PROTECTANT 

CYGON 4E 

CHLORDANE 8 EC 

DIAZINON 50E 

KELTHANE AP-35 WP MITICIDE 

PFIZER POTATO SEED PIECE DUAL PURPOSE TREATMENT 

IMIDAN 70 WP INSECTICIDE 

GARDO NO 73 LINDANE 

OCHEMCO LV 112 

FAIR-PIK PREPLANT LIQUID SOIL FUMIGANT 

CHLOREA GRANULAR GRASS & WEED KILLER 

BASF PATORAN 50 W HERBICIDE 

VITAVAX-CAPTAN 30 W NON MERCURIAL SYSTEMIC SOIL FUNGICIDE 

2,4,5-T LIQUID BRUSH KILLER LV 96 

BLADEX LIQUID HERBICIDE 

AVITROL FC CORN CHOPS 

GUARDSMAN COPPER OXYCHLORIDE 50 WP FUNGICIDE 

CUTRINE-PLUS LIQUID ALGAECIDE 

CUTTER SPOTTON CATTLE INSECTICIDE 

BRUSH KILLER 112 LV ESTERS 

SAWEX VAPO 20 ULV CONCENTRATE 

TELONE I IB LIQUID SOIL FUMIGANT 

CUTTER CO-RAL ANIMAL INSECTICIDE 

NO SCALD DPA LIQ CONCENTRATE 

DIAZINON 50S INSECTICIDE 

DIAZINON 50E INSECTICIDE 

SIMADEX 80W HERBICIDE 

VECTAL 80 W HERBICIDE 

VECTAL FLOWABLE HERBICIDE 

CHEM-CIDE 50 SP 

WEEDONE LV 4 

WEEDONE LV 6 



168 



O. Reg. 70/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 2 



829 



REG- 




A 


IS- 




G 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 


13663 


PFF 




13694 


KEM 




13739 


PFF 




13750 


VEL 




13807 


GRB 


ASH 


13808 


GRB 


ASH 


13816 


THO 




13890 


HAE 




13915 


PFF 




13945 


APB 


CHP 


13948 


CHP 




13951 


PFF 




14096 


SOL 


SOL 


14100 


CHP 




14109 


SAF 




14111 


RAL 




14114 


CGA 




14115 


UNR 




14135 


SOL 


SOL 


14143 


ALS 




14163 


DUO 




14170 


VEL 




14172 


INT 




14179 


CHP 




14180 


CHP 




14215 


ITT 


DKB 


14225 


CHV 




14226 


CHV 




14232 


OCD 


CCD 


14240 


BLL 


MAK 


14258 


CHP 




14274 


SOL 


SOL 


14284 


PFF 




14307 


CHG 


CHH 


14317 


CGC 




14337 


SHL 




14338 


CHP 




14339 


CHP 




14340 


INT 




14344 


CHP 




14345 


CHP 




14369 


GRC 


CGA 


14378 


FIS 




14384 


ALS 




14417 


KOC 


CGA 


14478 


DIS 





PESTICIDE 

PFIZER ENDOSULPHAN 40O 

RIDDEX ABATE 4 EC INSECTICIDE 

PFIZER LIQUID VEGETATION KILLER 

DYVEL LIQUID HERBICIDE 

ALGIMYCIN PLL-C LIQUID ALGICIDE 

ALGIMYCIN PLL-C SLOW RELEASE ALGICIDE TABLETS 

DIMILIN INSECT GROWTH REGULATOR 

HC LWK 1707 TOTAL KILLER FOR WEEDS AND GRASSES 

PFIZER BRUSHKILLER LV 700 

CUTRINE-PLUS GRANULAR ALGAECIDE 

CHIPMAN CAPTAN BENOMYL FUNGICIDE 

PFIZER DLC 

ATRAZINE 80 W 

ATRA-MIX OIL CONCENTRATE 

SANEX POISON CORN PREPARED BAIT CONTAINING STRYCHNINE FOR CONTR 

OL OF PIGEONS 

PURINA FLY PATROL BAIT D-3700 

PRIMEXTRA PREEMERGENCE CORN HERBICIDE 

VITAVAX DUAL SOLUTION NON-MERCURIAL SYSTEMIC FUNGICIDE AND INSE 

CTICIDE SEED PROTECTANT 

DIUREX 80 W 

TORCH EMULSIFIABLE HERBICIDE 

VELPAR WEED KILLER SOLUBLE POWDER 

VALCAN DYCLEER 10P HERBICIDE PELLETS 

CO-OP ATRAZINE 90 W 

TERRAKLENE LIQUID SUSPENSION RESIDUAL HERBICIDE 

TOTA-COL LIQUID SUSPENSION RESIDUAL HERBICIDE 

MR RAT GUARD RAT AND MOUSE BAIT 

ORTHENE 75 SOLUBLE POWDER INSECTICIDE 

ORTHENE 85 SOLUBLE POWDER FOREST SPRAY CONCENTRATE 

MONOBOR CHLORATE GRANULAR HERBICIDE 

ZP RODENT BAIT 

CHIPMAN PREMIUM MALATHION GRAIN PROTECTANT 

SIMAZINE SOW 

PFIZER DINOSEB 360 HERBICIDE 

DYLOX 4.2 LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

CAD TURF FUNGICIDE 

MATAVEN WILD OAT HERBICIDE 

CHIPMAN SYSTEM 480 EC 

CHIPMAN SYSTEM 480 EC FOR HOUSEFLY CONTROL 

L 

CO-OP ATRAZINE 5 L 

CHIPMAN ATRAZINE 80 WP 

CHIPMAN ATRAZINE 90 WP 

TERR-0-CIDE 15D LIQUID PREPLANT SOIL FUMIGANT 

FICAM W INSECTICIDE 

ENVERT DT INVERT EMULSION 

KOCIDE 101 WP AGRICULTURAL FUNGICIDE 

DI-THOATE 4E SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 



169 



830 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 2 



O. Reg. 70/84 



REG- 


A 


IS- 


Q 


TRA- 


E 


TION 


REGIS- N 


NO 


TRANT T 


14499 


CHP 


14505 


KEM 


14517 


OCD CCD 


14523 


PFF 


14524 


PFF 


14579 


SHL 


14580 


SHL 


14581 


SHL 


14584 


ZOC 


14597 


SAF 


14600 


CHP 


14601 


PFF 


14603 


SAF 


14616 


SOL 


14617 


PFF 


14623 


UNR 


14624 


CHP 


14626 


UNR 


14634 


FFA WBB 


14637 


PFF 


14652 


VEL 


14664 


UNR 


14677 


VIT VIR 


14697 


THO 


14710 


NCR 


14712 


NCR 


14714 


NCR 


14717 


NCR 


14721 


NCR 


14727 


NCR 


14732 


NCR 


14737 


NCR 


14738 


NCR 


14739 


NCR 


14741 


NCR 


14743 


NCR 


14744 


NCR 


14747 


PIK 


14752 


NCR 


14753 


NCR 


14758 


NCR 


14767 


NCR 


14778 


NCR NIA 


14784 


NCR 


14785 


NCR 


14796 


NCR 


14800 


NCR 


14801 


NCR 


14803 


NCR 



PESTICIDE 

CHIPMAN 245-T LV ESTER 112 

RIDDEX ULV TOBACCO INSECTICIDE 

GRANULAR UREABOR HERBICIDE 

PFIZER ATRAZINE 90 W 

PFIZER ATRAZINE 80. W 

ATRAZINE LIQUID HERBICIDE 

ATRAZINE 80 W 

BLAZINE 80 W 

STARBAR LIQUID GRAIN AND BIN PROTECTANT 

SANEX CYTHION ULV CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

CHIPMAN ATRAZINE FLOWABLE 

PFIZER ATRAZINE 500 

AVITROL FC CORN CHOPS 

ATRAZINE 90 W HERBICIDE 

PFIZER ENDOSULPHAN SOW 

ESTAKIL LV 700 2.4-D LIQUID HERBICIDE 

CHIPMAN CAPTAN FLOWABLE FUNGICIDE 

ESTAKIL LV 600 2,4-D LIQUID HERBICIDE 

PYRENONE DIAZINON DUAL USE RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE 

PFIZER DIPHENOPROP LV BRUSH KILLER 

VELCAN BANVEL 5 G 

BRUSH KILLER 1 : 1 LV 600 

T400 TOBACCO INSECTICIDE 

DIMILIN 1 G INSECT GROWTH REGULATOR 

NIAGARA CHLORDANE 8 EC INSECTICIDE 

NIAGARA ETHION 5 PLUS THIRAM 7.5 GRANULAR 

NIAGARA BRUSH KILLER 1 : 1 LV 600 

NIAGARA BRUSH KILLER 2 : 1 LV 600 

NIAGARA ETHION 25 WP INSECTICIDE 

NIAGARA THIODAN 2 ZINEB 5 DUST 

NIAGARA SINOX PE 

NIAGARA ETHION 2.7 DORMANT OIL 

NIAGARA BRUSHKILLER 2.4.5-T LV 

NIAGARA 2.4-D LV ESTER 600 

NIAGARA FIXED COPPER WETTABLE POWDER FUNGICIDE 

NIAGARA BRUSH KILLER 1 : 1 LV 480 

NIAGARA ELGETOL LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

PICKSEED DLC DRILL BOX SEED PROTECTANT POWDER 

NIAGARA LINDANE 25 WP INSECTICIDE 

NIAGARA THIRAM 75W FUNGICIDE 

NIAGARA BRUSHKILLER 1 : 1 LV 700 

NIAGARA CYGON 480 E 

NIAGARA DYTOP 

NIAGARA ETHION SUPERIOR OIL 70 

NIAGARA SINOX GENERAL A CONTACT WEED KILLER 

NIAGARA SILVAPROP 1:1 BRUSHKILLER 

NIAGARA PROPATURF LIQUID TURF HERBICIDE 

NIAGARA WAXED MOUSE BAIT 2 

NIAGARA ESTAPROP LV LIQUID WEEDKILLER 



170 



O. Reg. 70/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 2 



831 



REG- 


A 


IS- 


6 


TRA- 


E 


TION 


REGIS- N 


NO 


TRANT T 


14806 


NCR 


14818 


ALS 


14819 


PFF 


14823 


SOL 


14842 


CGC 


14864 


SAF 


14866 


SAF 


14867 


CHG CHH 


14878 


MBY 


14879 


DON 


14893 


INT 


14916 


NCR 


14942 


NUX 


14943 


NUX 


14944 


NUX 


14945 


NUX 


14979 


CGC 


14980 


BAZ 


14993 


CHP 


14998 


RAB HER 


14999 


CGA 


15027 


ALS 


15032 


BAZ 


15046 


LAT 


15084 


CYC 


15086 


PFF 


15103 


BAX 


15109 


NCR 


15110 


CAT 


15113 


RAL 


15131 


FIS 


15132 


FIS 


15249 


SAF 


15264 


CHP 


15281 


CAT 


15308 


AMC JOS 


15333 


SOL 


15353 


OIS 


15360 


BAX 


15368 


BLL MAK 


15471 


CHP 


15478 


ELA 


15533 


UNR 


15537 


UNR 


15559 


CHV 


15587 


NCR 


15611 


SHL 



PESTICIDE 

NIAGARA GOPHER POISON 

TBA-4 GENERAL WEED KILLER 

PFIZER ETHION 5 THIRAM 7.5 G 

CAPTAN 50 W FUNGICIDE 

AATREX NINE-0 

SANEX VAPO 50 INSECTICIDE CONCENTRATE 

SANEX Z-PHOS RODENT BAIT 

SENCOR 5 FLOWABLE HERBICIDE 

PARDNER HERBICIDE 

LORSBAN 4 E INSECTICIDE 

BENOLIN-R INSECTICIDE-FUNGICIDE DUST 

BIVERT PH LIQUID ADJUVANT 

NUODEX PMA 18 PAINT PRESERVATIVE AND FUNGICIDE 

NUODEX PMO 10 PAINT PRESERVATIVE AND FUNGICIDE 

NUODEX SUPER AD-IT PAINT PRESERVATIVE 

HUODEX PMA 60 WETTABLE POWDER 

AATRA PLUS FLOWABLE 

PATORAN FL LIQUID SUSPENSION 

GAMMASAN DRILL BOX SEED TREATMENT POWDER 

RID-A-BIRD 1100 

DUAL 960 EC HERBICIDE 

DESORMONE WOODY PLANT HERBICIDE 

BASAMID GRANULAR SOIL FUMIGANT 

LATER 'S ENDOSULFAN 4E 

NOVABAC 3 BIOLOGICAL INSECTICIDE 

PFIZER POTATO TOP KILLER 

CUTTER KRS SPRAY FOAM WITH CO-RAL 

NIAGARA ATRAZINE 80 W 

BWK-98 LIQUID NON-SELECTIVE WEED KILLER 

PURINA MANGE CONTROL EC 

FISONS NEOBYNE 125 EC HERBICIDE 

FISONS NEOBYNE 250 EC HERBICIDE 

SANIFUME 59 SPOT FUMIGANT 

CHIPMAN ATRAZINE 80 W INDUSTRIAL HERBICIDE 

CANTOL 450 LIQUID NON-SELECTIVE VEGETATION KILLER 

WEEDONE IBK WOODY PLANT HERBICIDE 

THIONEX 50 WP INSECTICIDE 

STOCKPEST LOUSE SPRAY 

CUTTER LYSOFF POUR-ON FOR LICE FOR BEEF AND NON-LACTATING DAIRY 

CATTLE 
ZP TRACKING POWDER 

CHIPMAN GRAIN FUMIGANT 80-20 LIQUID 
HERBEC 20P HERBICIDE 

VITAVAX RS FLOWABLE SYSTEMIC LIQUID PROTECTANT FOR RAPESEED 
VITAVAX DUAL POWDER SYSTEMIC NON-MERCURIAL SEED PROTECTANT DRIL 
L BOX POWDER 

ORTHENE TREE AND ORNAMENTAL SPRAY 
NIAGARA THIRALIN PLUS FUNGICIDE INSECTICIDE 
BLAGAL LIQUID HERBICIDE 



171 



832 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 2 



O. Reg. 70/84 



REG- 




A 


IS- 




G 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 


15706 


ROH 




15707 


PFF 




15732 


ZOE 




15738 


SHL 




15745 


KEM 




15747 


CAX 




15755 


INT 




15777 


UNR 




15821 


CAX 




15840 


SHL 




15864 


SHL 




15881 


INT 




15885 


SHL 




15893 


DOW 




15897 


SOL 




15902 


FIS 




15920 


CHP 




15921 


SOL 




15927 


CHP 




15933 


UNR 




15959 


DUO 




15971 


NCR 




15981 


DOW 




16021 


GRX 




16037 


LAT 




16049 


PFF 




16064 


CHP 




16125 


CHG 


CHH 


16140 


LAT 




16164 


MBY 




16198 


ABE 




16209 


GRX 




16215 


WIL 




16251 


UNR 




16253 


SOL 




16290 


LAT 




16323 


DOW 




16324 


DOW 




16370 


CGA 




16410 


NCR 




16427 


SOL 




16428 


LAT 




16429 


UNR 




16431 


UNR 




16432 


UNR 




16434 


CGA 




16447 


NCR 




16451 


UNR 





PESTICIDE 

STAMPEDE CM EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 

PFIZER DIPHENOPROP 700 

STARBAR GOLDEN MALRIN 20 OWIK-KILL CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

RIPCORD 40 EC INSECTICIDE 

RIDDEX DDVP-350 ULV INSECTICIDE 

THIODAN 4EC INSECTICIDE 

CO-OP POTATO SEED-PIECE TREATMENT + 

WYPOUT HERBICIDE 

THIODAN 50 WP INSECTICIDE 

BELMARK 30 EC INSECTICIDE 

BIRLANE/THIRAM INSECTICIDE FUNGICIDE 

IPCO AG-SURF LIQUID SPRAY ADJUVANT 

BLAZINE LIQUID HERRICIDE 

TELONE II LIQUID SOIL FUMIGANT 

DIAZOL 50 W INSECTICIDE 

FISONS SIMADEX FLOWABLE 

TALON PLACE PACKS RODENTICIDE PELLETS 

DIAZOL 50 EC INSECTICIDE 

TALON RODENTICIDE PELLETS FOR RATS AND MICE 

THIRAM 75 WP FUNGICIDE 

LEXONE DRY FLOWABLE HERBICIDE 

NIAGARA RODENT BAIT 

ESTERON 60O FORESTRY HERBICIDE 

MALATHION 1000 INSECTICIDE 

LATER'S LAGON 480E SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 

PFIZER SIMAZINE 80W HERBICIDE 

RATAK + RODENTICIDE PELLETS 

SENCOR 50 WETTABLE GRANULAR HERBICIDE 

LATER'S COPPER SPRAY W.P. 

BUCTRIL M EMULSIFIABLE SELECTIVE WEEDKILLER 

WACO MALATHION ULV CONCENTRATE 

LINDANE 25 W INSECTICIDE 

WILSARIN RAT AND MOUSE PELLETS 

WYPOUT 250 EMULSIFIABLE LIQUID NERBICIDE 

PROMETRYNE 80 W (PROMETREX) HERBICIDE 

LATER'S DINOSEB GENERAL EC 

TELONE C-17-R NEMATOCIDE LIQUID SOIL FUMIGANT 

TELONE C-17 NEMATOCIDE LIQUID SOIL FUMIGANT 

PRINCEP NINE-T 

DIMETHOATE 480 E SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 

URAGAN 80 WP (BROMACIL) HERBICIDE 

LATER'S LV WEEDKILLER 2.4-D ESTER 

YELLOW STUFF G DINOSEB HERBICIDE EC 

YELLOW STUFF PE DINOSEB HERBICIDE EC 

TOPPER POTATO TOP KILLER EC 

RIDONIL 25 W FUNGICIDE FOR POTATOES 

NIAGARA LIQUID ATRAZINE 

VITAVAX RS POWDER SYSTEMIC NON-MERCURIAL DRILL BOX SEED TREATME 

NT POWDER 






172 



O. Reg. 70/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 2 



833 



REG- 




A 


is- 




G 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 


16455 


NCR 




16456 


NCR 




16460 


SAF 




16475 


CGA 




16476 


GAX 




16478 


SOL 




16481 


PFF 




16482 


DOW 




16518 


SAF 




16532 


PFF 




16545 


VEL 




16579 


SAF 




16581 


UNR 




16622 


SHL 




16641 


BAZ 




16657 


NCR 




16675 


LAT 




16710 


LAT 




16724 


LAT 




16736 


PFF 




16808 


LAT 




16834 


CLR 




16836 


CLR 




16884 


UNR 




16889 


UNR 




16895 


SHL 




16974 


INT 




17001 


BAZ 




17034 


CHP 




17087 


CYC 




17133 


SAL 




17145 


ALS 


PFF 


17160 


NCR 




17199 


SAZ 


SAY 


17200 


SAZ 


SAY 



PESTICIDE 

NIAGARA MORGARD 80 W HERBICIDE 

ISOPROP 700 1:1 BRUSHKILLER 

ABATE 4E 

RIDONIL 25 W FUNGICIDE FOR TOBACCO 

GARDEX VAPONA 20 ULV CONCENTRATE 

BROMEX EC INSECTICIDE 

PFIZER DIPHENOPROP 480 

TORDON 10K PELLETS SYSTEMIC BRUSH KILLER SIZE NO 3 

SANEX DIAZINON 50 EC 

PFIZER DIPHENOPROP 600 

VELCAN DYVEL LIQUID HERBICIDE 

SANEX LOW VOLATILE 2,4-D ESTER 80 

B-NINE LIQUID PLANT GROWTH REGULATOR 

TORQUE MITICIDE 

LADDOK LIQUID SUSPENSION HERBICIDE 

NIAGARA ISOPROP 600 1:1 BRUSHKILLER 

LATER'S FOR-ESTER EC FORESTRY HERBICIDE 

LATER'S LIQUID DINOSEB PRE-EMERGENT HERBICIDE 

LATER'S LV BRUSH KILLER 700 

PFIZER 2.4-D BUTYRIC 400 

LATER'S BRUSH KILLER EC 

PMAS TURF FUNGICIDE 

CADDY TURF FUNGICIDE 

DIUREX SOW COMMERCIAL 

ATRAZINE SOW 

BOVAID EAR TAG FOR HORN FLY CONTROL 

CO-OP PREMIUM GOLDEN FLY BAIT 

BASF CYCOCEL EXTRA LIQUID PLANT GROWTH REGULATOR 

CHIPMAN DISULFOTON GRANULAR SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 

THIMET 15G SOIL AND SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE GRANULAR 

NOVABAC 3 BIOLOGICAL INSECTICIDE 

BROMOX 450 M EMULSIFIABLE HERBICIDE 

NIAGARA AQUASHADE LIQUID AQUATIC HERBICIDE SOLUTION 

THURICIDE 32B AQUEOUS CONCENTRATE 

THURICIDE 32 LV AQUEOUS CONCENTRATE 



O. Reg. 70/84, s. 6, part. 



173 



834 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 3 



O. Reg. 70/84 



REG- 




A 


IS- 




G 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 


00034 


STD 




00179 


GRA 




00243 


CHP 




00334 


NIM 




00685 


NOX 




00750 


NOX 




0O967 


BET 




00997 


MBS 


COU 


01054 


PSA 




01337 


PIE 




01548 


CAR 




01757 


SWH 




01862 


EAN 




02150 


NOX 




02238 


CHP 




02441 


ROH 




02592 


RIA 




02687 


DOW 




02760 


PLG 




02791 


PLG 




02833 


GCP 




02851 


LAT 




02915 


CHV 




03063 


CHP 




03186 


GCP 




03215 


PIE 




03277 


PIE 




03384 


CHP 




034 13 


PIE 




03479 


GCP 




03517 


ALS 




03518 


LAT 




03541 


CBT 




03608 


TEI 




03645 


KEM 




03676 


INT 




03713 


ERG 




03794 


PLG 




03856 


PEM 




03913 


CHP 




03927 


AMC 


AMI 


03937 


WIL 




04067 


CHP 




04155 


WIL 




04220 


PRX 




04235 


SAA 




04253 


FMC 




04282 


GCP 




04294 


GCP 





PESTICIDE 

STANCHEM FORMALDEHYDE SOLUTION 

META SLUG KILLER 

ATLACIDE-SODIUM CHLORATE WEEDKILLER 

NEW RAT-NIP PASTE 

NOXALL EARWIG BAIT 

NOXALL RAT BAIT CONTAINS RED SQUILL 

BERTRAND ROACH POWDER 

CORRY'S SLUG AND SNAIL DEATH 

"REEL" LINDANE RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE 

PIED PIPER INSECTICIDE 

NORANDA BRAND COPPER SULPHATE CRYSTALS 

SWISH COCKROACH SURFACE INSECTICIDE 

EATONS 2,4-D WEED KILLER AMINE SALT 

NOXALL SLUGO METALDEHYDE BAIT 

CHIPMAN 2,4-D AMINE 80 LIQUID WEEDKILLER 

DITHANE 2-78 W.P. ZINEB AGRICULTURAL FUNGICIDE 

RIESS 2% CHLORDANE SURFACE SPRAY INSECTICIDE 

FORMULA 40 LIQUID FARM WEEDKILLER 

PEST-CLOR 40 WP INSECT KILLER 

SLUG-EM BAIT 

GREEN CROSS 40% CHLORDANE EMULSION 

LATER'S WEED KILLER 2.4-D AMINE LIQUID 400 

ORTHORIX SPRAY SUPERIOR LIME-SULPHUR FORMULATION 

WARBICIDE 5 ROTENONE INSECTICIDE 

GREEN CROSS 80 LIQUID 2,4-D WEED KILLER 

PIED PIPER DOG SHAMPOO CONTAINS CHLORDANE 

PIED PIPER INSECTICIDE 

CHIPMAN TCA, 95% SODIUM SALT. GRASS KILLER POWDER 

PIED PIPER KWIK-KILL MOUSE SEED 

GREEN CROSS ANT AND GRUB KILLER (5% CHLORDANE DUST) 

NO-WEED 2,4-D AMINE 80 LIQUID WEED KILLER 

LATER CHLORDANE INSECT DUST 

NEW POWER RESIDUAL SPRAY CONTAINING CHLORDANE AND LINDANE 

NEVAROT WATER REPELLENT WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

DED-RAT RODENTICIDE (CONTAINING WARFARIN) 

CO-OP 2,4-D AMINE 500 LIQUID 

FAIRVIEW WARFARIN RAT POISON 

NO DAMP 

PESTROY RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE CONTAINS CHLORDANE 

CHIPMAN CUCURBIT DUST INSECTICIDE -FUNGICIDE 

WEEDAR 80 2,4-D AMINE LIQUID WEED KILLER 

WILSON'S 0.5% WARFARIN CONCENTRATE 

METHOXONE SODIUM 300 MCPA LIQUID WEEDKILLER 

WILSON DANDELION KILLER 

PROTEX INSECTICIDE CHLORDANE 2% 

TRIPLEX RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE 

WONDER WEEDER 

GREEN CROSS 50% MALATHION EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 

GREEN CROSS TCA HERBICIDE 



174 



O. Reg. 70/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 3 



835 



REG- 




A 


is- 




G 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 


04343 
04397 
04588 
04590 
04638 
04709 


GCP 
WIP 
CYC 
CYC 
PLC 
PFF 




04741 
04779 


INT 
WHL 




04837 


MBB 


SEV 


04860 


CHP 




04863 


INT 




04864 


CHP 




04878 


LAT 




04916 


AMC 


AMI 


04918 
04937 


ROH 
ALS 




04989 


GAH 


BAU 


05016 
05054 


RER 
DUO 




05063 


KER 


VAR 


05080 


WIL 




05095 


CGD 




05136 


CHP 




05194 
05204 
05206 


GAH 
MEC 
MBE 


BAU 


05212 


MBE 




05316 
05339 


FIS 
OSD 




05353 


ACE 


SIL 


05362 


SHL 




05369 


LAT 




05371 


LAT 




05429 


GAP 




05449 


KIN 




05457 
05460 
05488 
05628 


GCP 
INT 
WIL 
MGK 




05739 
05745 
05753 
05821 


LAT 
CYC 
FED 
INT 




05931 
05937 
05942 
05981 


PFF 
M8Y 
GCP 
CGL 




06017 


CHG 


CHH 



PESTICIDE 

GREEN CROSS MCPA SODIUM SALT 48 WEED KILLER 

BAN-A-BUG CHLORDANE RESIDUAL SPRAY 

CYTHION MALATHION 25 WP 

MALATHION 50% CYTHION EMULSIFIABLE LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

PLANT PRODUCTS MALATHION 50% EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 

PFIZER MALATHION 500 

CO-OP MCPA AMINE 400 LIQUID WEED KILLER 

HYDROL-TO BE USED AS A LITTER SPRAY AND INSECTICIDE 

RED DEVIL DRY WEED KILLER 

CHIPMAN MALATHION 500 EC 

CO-OP WARBLE POWDER 

CHIPMAN 25% MALATHION WETTABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE 

LATER'S METHOXYCHLOR 50 WETTABLE POWDER 

WEEDAR MCP CONCENTRATE 

DITHANE M-22 AGRICULTURAL FUNGICIDE CONTAINS MANEB 

NO-WEED MCPA AMINE 64 WEED KILLER 

"ARNOLD" WEED-O-SPRAY 

KLORDUST 5 

DU PONT MARLATE 50% METHOXYCHLOR INSECTICIDE 

THREE ELEPHANT TRONABOR 

WILSON'S WATER SOLUBLE WARFARIN 

MITIN F F HIGH CONC ;v 

CHIPMAN FERBAM WETTABLE POWDER FUNGICIDE 

"ARNOLD" CHLORDANE SPRAY CARTRIDGE. 

AGRISTREP STREPTOMYCIN SULFATE AGRICULTURAL TYPE A 

MARQUETTE 5% CHLORDANE DUST 

MALATHION 50% INSECTICIDE 

FISONS PHENOXYLENE PLUS MCPA SELECTIVE WEEDKILLER 

PENTOX PRIMER SEALER WOOD PRESERVATIVE CLEAR 

ACE FLEA COLLAR WITH LINDANE FOR DOGS. FLEA COLLAR WITH 

LINDANE FOR CATS 
2,4-D LIQUID WEEDKILLER AMINE 80 
LATER'S CUTWORM . ANT & GRUB KILLER 
LATER'S CAPTAN FUNGICIDE 50-W 
GARDO NO. 16 FLY BAIT 

KING ROSE GLADIOLUS AND FLOWER DUST OR SPRAY 
GREEN CROSS PHYGON-XL FUNGICIDE 
CO-OP MCPA ESTER 500 LIQUID WEED KILLER 
WILSON'S 50% CAPTAN FUNGICIDE 
PYROCIDE FOGGING CONCENTRATE 
LATER'S SLUG DUST CONTAINS METALDEHYDE 
AMINO TRIAZOLE WEEDKILLER CONTAINS AMITROLE 
F.G.L. RAT-X WATER SOLUBLE RAT AND MOUSE KILLER 
CO-OP MALATHION 500 INSECTICIDE 
PFIZER 2,4-D AMINE 600 

TROPOTOX MCPB SODIUM SALT SELECTIVE WEEDKILLER 
GREEN CROSS MCPA AMINE 80 WEED KILLER 
CARGILL MCPA AMINE 500 
DIPTEREX SUGAR BAIT FLY KILLER CONTAINS TRICHLORFON 



175 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 3 



O. Reg. 70/84 



REG- 

IS- 

TRA- 

TION 

NO 

06022 
06024 
06047 
06094 
06192 
06274 
06298 
06335 
06373 
06375 
06410 
06453 
06502 
06583 
06630 
06639 
06713 
06721 
06731 
06745 
06757 
06797 
06839 
06860 
06878 
06916 
06936 
06937 
06948 
06954 
06967 
06968 
06969 
06970 
06972 
06998 
07062 
07108 
07131 
07162 
07193 
07216 
07251 
07270 
07315 
07319 
07335 
07363 
07386 



REGIS- 
TRANT 

SAF 
SAF 

ALS 
RIE 
GCP 
PFF 
LAT 
LAT 
SHL 
SHL 
LIE 
STF 
BRG 
BRG 
DOW 
RAL 
LAT 
SCL 
CHG 
PSA 
REC 
WIL 
UAJ 
DUH 
LET 
LAT 
LAT 
TUC 
LAT 
LAT 
STD 
GAH 
STD 
GAH 
GAH 
LAT 
STF 
ALS 
HOS 
AMC 
NIM 
WIL 
OLC 
DUR 
CYC 
AVM 
FMC 
MBY 
WIL 



WAG 
CHH 



FMC 
BRT 



BAU 



BAU 
BAU 



FOB 



PESTICIDE 

50M EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

NO. 2 CHLORDANE INSECTICIDE 

NO-WEED MCPA AMINE 80 WEED KILLER 

RIESS VERMIN KILLER 2% CHLORDANE SURFACE SPRAY 

GREEN CROSS MULTI-PURPOSE FLOWER AND VEGETABLE DUST 

PFIZER MCPA AMINE 400 

LATER'S GARDEN FUNGICIDE 

LATER'S LIME SULPHUR 

MCPA WEED KILLER AMINE 

2.4-D LIQUID WEEDKILLER AMINE 96 

TIM-BER-LOX GREEN WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

VAPAM SOIL FUMIGANT CONTAINING METAM SODIUM 

FAIRVIEW 50% MALATHION EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 

FAIRVIEW WATER SOLUBLE WARFARIN RAT AND MOUSE KILLER 

KORLAN 24E 

HOG AND CATTLE DUSTING POWDER 

LATER'S MALATHION 500 E.C. 

RAX RODENT KILLING POWDER CONTAINS PINDONE 

DYRENE 50% WETTABLE POWDER FOLIAGE FUNGICIDE 

"REEL" CHLORDANE INSECTICIDE 

RECORD'S CREOSOTE WOOD PRESERVATION LIQUID 

WILSON'S ANT AND GRUB KILLER CONTAINS 50% CHLORDANE 

CRAG SEVIN 50W (CARBARYL) WETTABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE 

DUPHAR TEDION V18 EXTRA SMOKE GENERATOR INSECTICIDE 

BORERKIL INSECTICIDE PASTE 

LATER'S SLUG BAIT - CONTAINS METALDEHYDE 

LATER'S SLUG AND SNAIL KILLER NO. 50. CONTAINS METALDEHYDE 

ACTI-DIONE P.M. FLOWER FUNGICIDE 

LATER'S READY-TO-USE WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

LATER'S WEEVIL BAIT 

STAN-CHEM 2.4-D AMINE 80 WEED KILLER 

"ARNOLD" METHOXYCHLORSPRAY CARTRIDGE 

STAN-CHEM MCPA AMINE 80 WEED KIL 

"ARNOLD" MALATHIONSPRAY 

"ARNOLD" CAPTAN SPRAY 

LATER'S FORMALIN FUNGICIDE SOLUTION FOR SEED TREATMENT 

EPTAM 5 G 

NO-WEED MCPA SODIUM SALT 48 WEED KILLER 

1-18 SOLIGNUM HYDRO CREOSOTE WOOD PRESERVATIVE LIQUID 

AMITROL-T LIQUID AMITROLE WEEDKILLER 

MOUSE-NIP 

WILSON'S ALL PURPOSE FUNGICIDE 

OLIN - QUINTOZENE (TERRACLOR) SOIL FUNGICIDE 

DURAL'S WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

CYPREX DODINE 65-W FUNGICIDE 

AVMOR-KIL RESIDUAL INDUSTRIAL INSECTICIDE 

NIAGARA LIQUID CRABGRASS KILLER 

COMPITOX MECOPROP POTASSIUM SALT SOLUTION WEEDKILLER 

WILSON'S DORMANT SPRAY LIQUID LIME SULPHUR 



176 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 3 



837 



REG- 




A 


is- 




G 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 


07434 


CHG 


CHH 


07456 


FMC 




07512 


PLG 


FMC 


07558 


FLR 




07559 


AMC 


AMI 


07560 


FLR 




07572 


INT 




07639 


CHP 




07647 


CHG 


CHH 


07671 


JOH 




07687 


LAT 




07695 


PEN 




07697 


CYC 




07715 


PLG 




07717 


BAT 




07743 


AMC 


AMI 


07812 


STD 




07814 


GAP 




07835 


TAS 




07839 


BRT 




07855 


ABE 




07876 


CHG 


CHH 


07893 


CYC 




08020 


CHP 




08035 


RER 




08042 


GCP 




08075 


FMC 




08102 


AMR 




08103 


CAO 




08108 


LAT 




08144 


LAT 




08151 


UAJ 




08159 


CHP 




08166 


CHG 


CHH 


08167 


MOL 




08168 


CHD 




08169 


GRA 




08170 


CHD 




08184 


CHP 




08211 


MBY 




08223 


BAZ 




0824 1 


LIE 




08253 


DOW 




08287 


DUO 




08289 


HOD 


PLG 


08350 


CHG 


CHH 


08352 


CHG 


CHH 



PESTICIDE 

CO-RAL 0.5% DUST ANIMAL INSECTICIDE CONTAINS COUMAPHOS 

MALATHION 50 SPRAY INSECTICIDE 

PLANT-FUME TEDIQN V18 MITICIDE SMOKE FUMIGATOR 

FLOREX INSECTICIDE DE CONTACT ET D'ATMOSPHERE 

AMIZOL SOLUBLE POWDER WEED KILLER 

FLOREX POUR FERME ET BESTIAUX INSECTICIDE 

CO-OP DALAPON GRASS KILLER 

REGLONE CONTAINS DIQUAT , A LIQUID HERBICIDE 

DYLOX 5% GRANULAR CROP INSECTICIDE 

RAID PRESSURIZED ANT AND ROACH KILLER WITH CHLORDANE 

LATER'S DALAPON WETTABLE POWDER GRASS KILLER 

PESTROY STORED PRODUCTS INSECTICIDE 

AMITROLE 90 WEEDKILLER 

SKOOT REPELLENT FOR RABBITS. MICE AND DEER 

BARTLETT THIRAM REPELLENT - RABBIT AND RODENT REPELLENT 

AMIBEN LIQUID PRE-EMERGENT HERBICIDE 

STAN-CHEM MCPA SODIUM 48 WEED KIL 

GARDO #28 STOCKFLY POWDER 

ATRA-PELL GRANULAR SOIL STERILANT 

BROOKDALE-KINGSWAY'S KURALL INSECTICIDE-FUNGICIDE 

CONTAINS METHOXYCHLOR, MALAT 
WACO CHLORDANE NO . 2 RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE 
DYRENE 50% WETTABLE POWDER TURF FUNGICIDE 
CYTROL - AMITROL-T LIQUID WEEDKILLER 
CHIPMAN GRANULAR DRIVEWAY WEEDKILLER 
REL-EX STOP-PEST LIQUID HOUSEHOLD INSECT DESTROYER 
SEVIN SOW INSECTICIDE 

CAPTAN 50 FUNGICIDE SPRAY WETTABLE POWDER 
MIST-AIR POWDER 

BULLDOG GRIP WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

LATER'S LIQUID POLYSUL - SUPERIOR LIME SULPHUR 
LATER'S 15% ZINEB DUST FUNGICIDE 

CRAG SEVIN 80S (CARBARYL) SPRAYABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE 
CHIPMAN LAWN WEEDKILLER LIQUID MECOPROP PLUS 2.4-D 
CO-RAL NEGUVON PRESSURIZED SPRAY 
AVADEX BW (TRIALLATE) SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 
POL-NU PAK GROUND LINE POLE TREATMENT BANDAGE 
META SLUG PELLETS 

POL-NU PENTA PRESERVATIVE GREASE 
SEVIN 85W. SPRAYABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE 
TROPOTOX PLUS 400 MCPB/MCPA SELECTIVE WEEDKILLER 

SOLUTION SELECTIVE WEEDKILLE 
8ASFAP0N GRASS KILLER 

TIM-BER-LOX FUNGICIDED WOOD PRESERVATIVE 4421 
MCPA SODIUM SALT 300 FARM WEEDKILLER SN 
DU PONT LOROX LINURON WEED KILLER 
PENTAC WP MITICIDE 

DEXON-TERRACLOR 5-5 GRANULAR SOIL FUNGICIDE 
DEXON 5% GRANULAR SOIL FUNGICIDE 



177 



838 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 3 



O. Reg. 70/84 



REQ- 




A 


IS- 




G 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 



08354 



KIN 



08370 


SHL 




08373 


ALS 




08393 


STF 




08404 


DOO 




08406 


DOG 




08418 


WHL 




08419 


LAT 




08469 


INT 




08480 


INT 




08524 


INT 




08548 


MBE 




08556 


ROH 




08567 


CYC 




08570 


FMC 




08580 


WAK 


WAL 


08582 


FIS 




08588 


CHG 


CHH 


08595 


MBY 




08624 


ABE 




08643 


BRG 




08751 


PLA 


GIE 


08768 


CHG 


CHH 


08770 


CHG 


CHH 


08772 


TUC 




08775 


PLG 




08781 


SHL 




08791 


STD 




08799 


STD 




08801 


STD 




08808 


CHG 


CHH 


08819 


CHP 




08845 


RAW 




08849 


RAW 




0887 1 


AMC 


AMI 


08905 


WEA 




08920 


FRD 




08950 


CHG 


CHH 


08963 


DIA 




08971 


LAT 




08975 


CHP 




08988 


VIT 


VIR 


08994 


MCC 




09001 


SAL 




09017 


SHL 




09025 


AMC 


AMI 


09033 


LAT 





PESTICIDE 

KING FRUIT TREE SPRAY POWDER INSECTICIDE FUNGICIDE CONTAINING 

MALATHION METHOXYCHLOR CAPTAN 

VAPONA INSECTICIDE LIVESTOCK SPRAY CONTAINS DICHLORVOS 

ACS GRASS KILLER (SODIUM TCA 94%) 

TILLAM 7.2 -E SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 

C.C.C. PENTOL-5% TECHNICAL PENTACHLOROPHENOL 

C.C.C. CREOSOTE OIL - 97% 

CRESANOL - 20 TAR ACID DISINFECTANT 

LATER'S PYRETHRUM EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 

CO-OP LIQUID LAWN WEED KILLER CONTAINS 2.4-D AMINE 

CO-OP MALATHION INSECT SPRAY 

CO-OP PREMIUM LAWN WEED KILLER 

MARQUETTE VAPONA FLY BAIT CONTAINS DICHLORVOS 

DITHANE M-45 AGRICULTURAL FUNGICIDE 

CYGON 2-E EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

POLYRAM 80 W FUNGICIDE 

WATKINS FLY BAIT CONTAINING DICHLORVOS 

HOPPER-TOX 64 DIMETHOATE INSECTICIDE 

MORESTAN 25% WETTABLE POWDER MITICIDE FUNGICIDE INSECTICIDE 

COMPITOX PLUS LIQUID WEEDKILLER 

WACO 500M MALATHION EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 

FAIRVIEW WEED COP/MCPA/AMINE 80 WEED KILLER 

DAIRY-EEZ FORMULA 3, VAPONA ANIMAL SPRAY CONTAINS 

DICHLORVOS 

BAYGON 2% ROACH BAIT INSECTICIDE 

BAYGON SPRAY CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

BOTRAN 75W FUNGICIDE 

PLANT-FUME SMOKE FUMIGATOR 

VAPONA INSECTICIDE FOGGING SOLUTION CONTAINS DICHLORVOS 

STANGARD PENTA READY-TO-USE WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

STANGARD PENTA WR CONCENTRATE 1-4 WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

STANGARD PENTA WR , READY-TO-USE WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

DYRENE LAWN FUNGICIDE WP 

LIMAX SLUG KILLER PELLETS , CONTAINS METALDEHYDE 

RAWLEIGH DICHLORVOS CATTLE AND BARN SPRAY 

RAWLEIGH DICHLORVOS DRY FLY BAIT 

AMIBEN GRANULAR 

WEEDEX GRASS KILLER - A WETTABLE POWDER WITH DALAPON 

FRANKLIN BRICON BACKRUBBER INSECTICIDE CONCENTRATE 

DYLOX LIQUID SOLUTION ORNAMENTAL INSECTICIDE 

DACTHAL W-75 SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 

LATER'S SLUG AND SNAIL KILLER - CONTAINS METALDEHYDE 

CHIPMAN MECOPROP AMINE 200 SELECTIVE WEEDKILLER 

LETHALAIRE G-68 AEROSOL INSECTICIDE 

BACK RUBBER CONCENTRATE 

SEVIN WETTABLE POWDER 

MCPA WEED KILLER SODIUM SALT 48 

AMITROL PRESSURIZED SPRAY 

LATER'S 2.4-D AMINE 80 - SELECTIVE WEED KILLER 



178 



O. Reg. 70/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 3 



839 



REG- 




A 


is- 




G 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 


09034 


LAT 




09042 


DDL 




09057 


STF 




09082 


DUO 




09088 


POP 




09094 


RIA 




09097 


GAL 




09099 


GCP 




09103 


WIL 




09110 


HOS 




09155 


MBE 




09171 


LAI 


NAO 


09172 


GCP 




09178 


INT 




09182 


SHL 




09183 


RAL 




09186 


SHL 




09191 


GCP 




09199 


INT 




09207 


LAT 




09210 


CHP 




09224 


GRO 




09243 


GRA 




09245 


FMC 




09257 


ELA 




09284 


CHP 




09294 


DUO 




09312 


CHP 




09318 


LAT 




09331 


PEN 




09342 


ALS 




09350 


GCP 




09391 


MON 




09400 


CBR 


MCM 


09401 


CBR 


MCM 


09408 


CHG 


CHH 


09419 


BAX 


CHH 


09434 


CHG 




09436 


CBR 


MCM 


09438 


CBR 


MCM 


09448 


SHL 




09455 


GAP 




09457 


CHP 




09465 


CHV 




09473 


SHL 




09477 


ECK 


ELZ 


09492 


MBE 





PESTICIDE 

LATER 'S 10% METHOXYCHLOR DUST 

DOMINION SEVIN FOR VETERINARY USE ONLY 

BETASAN 4.8 E HERBICIDE 

MANZATE D MANEB FUNGICIDE 

POULINS INSECT DOOM DUST 

RIESS PROLIN RAT KILLER CONCENTRATE 

PEAK OF THE MARKET 3.5% ZINEB DUST 

GREEN CROSS COMPLETE POTATO AND VEGETABLE DUST 

WILSON'S MULTI-WEEDER 

10-10 SUPER SOLIGNUM CLEAR WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

INSECTICIDE AU D.D.V.P. POUR VAPORISER SUR LES BESTIAUX 

FLOMOR PARAFORMALDEHYDE PELLETS 

GREEN CROSS SEVIN 50 W INSECTICIDE 

CO-OP MCPA AMINE 500 LIQUID WEEDKILLER 

CIODRIN 20 EMULSIBLE CONCENTRATE LIVESTOCK INSECTICIDE 

PURINA DAIRY SPRAY SPECIAL READY TO USE OIL BASE INSECTICIDE 

CIOVAP * INSECTICIDE LIVESTOCK SPRAY 

GREEN CROSS MECOPROP LIQUID HERBICIDE 

CO-OP TOTAL VEGETABLE CONTROL 

LATER'S SLUG AND SNAIL KILLER PELLETS 

CHIPMAN GARDEN FUNGICIDE 

ORCHARD LIME SULPHUR SOLUTION 

GREENLEAF LIME SULPHUR SOLUTION 

SYSTEMIC CYGON 2-E - KILLS GARDEN INSECTS -it. 

ELANCO TREFLAN E.C. A SELECTIVE WEEDKILLER 

METHOXONE AMINE 500 MCPA LIQUID WEEDKILLER ffc . -.r. 

DU PONT TUPERSAN SIDURON WEED KILLER ,»^';j 

CHIPMAN METHOXYCHLOR SOW INSECTICIDE 

LATER'S ZINEB 80 W.P. FUNGICIDE 

PESTROY AEROSOL INSECTICIDE SPACE AND CONTACT SPRAY CONTAINING 

PYRETHRINS AND PIPERONYL BUTOX 

CALMIX PELLETS 

GREEN CROSS KILLEX LIQUID CONTAINS 2,4-D, DICAMBA AND 

MECOPROP 
M.P. LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

FORMULA CH-19 AN INSECTICIDE FOGGING SOLUTION 
FORMULA GH-16 INSECTICIDE FOGGING SOLUTION 
DYLOX-META-SYSTOX-R MULTI-PURPOSE SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 
NEGUVON POUR-ON CATTLE INSECTICIDE CONTAINS TRICHLORFON 
NEGUVON 80% SOLUBLE POWDER ANIMAL INSECTICIDE 
FORMULA GH-27 INSECTICIDE FOGGING SOLUTION 
FORMULA GH-33 MITICIDE FOGGING SOLUTION 
CIODRIN INSECTICIDE BACK-RUBBER SOLUTION 
GARDO ANTI-FLEA COLLAR WITH LINDANE FOR DOGS AND CATS 
WEEDRITE PARAQUAT AND DIQUAT GRANULES 
ORTHO SUPER WEED-B-GON SPRAY 
VAPONA INSECTICIDE SCATTER BAIT 

MAIN LINE GOPHER GETTER BAIT CONTAINING STRYCHNINE 
MARQUETTE SEVIN 50% INSECTICIDE 



179 



840 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 3 



O. Reg. 70/84 



REG- 


A 


IS- 


6 


TRA- 


E 


TION 


REGIS- N 


NO 


TRANT T 


09494 


MBE 


09498 


CHG CHH 


09509 


GCP 


09513 


WIL 


09516 


PFF 


09523 


FMC 


09524 


LAT 


09528 


DOW 


09535 


REC 


09537 


INT 


09547 


PFF 


09553 


DIB DIA 


09554 


LAT 


09578 


MET 


09603 


GCP 


09606 


VEL 


09656 


INT 


09661 


FMC 


09669 


ROH 


09675 


PId 


09699 


RER 


09704 


LAT 


09712 


DIT 


09726 


CHV 


09731 


VIG 


09738 


STF 


09740 


VIG 


09750 


ABE 


09751 


GCP 


09759 


SCO 


09762 


FMC 


09774 


REC 


09777 


CGL 


09800 


MBE 


09801 


WIL 


09802 


WIL 


09803 


GRA 


09809 


FMC 


09811 


GCP 


09824 


ABE 


09827 


CHG CHH 


09832 


DIB DIA 


09853 


DOW 


09855 


RIL 


09858 


PFF 



PESTICIDE 

MARQUETTE 40% CHLORDANE EMULSION CONCENTREE 

MORESTAN 2% DUST MITICIDE - INSECTICIDE-FUNGICIDE 

TENORAN 50y. WP HERBICIDE CONTAINS CHLOROXURON 

WILSON ANT & GRUB KILLER 

PFIZER MCPA AMINE 500 

POLYRAM 7 DUST FUNGICIDE 

LATERS GRANULAR HYBOR D SOIL STERILANT 

BORAX. BROMACIL AND 2.4-D 
2.4-D AMINE 500 LIQUID FARM WEEDKILLER 
PENTA-PHENOL PAINTABLE WOOD PRESERVATIVE 
CO-OP FRUIT AND SHRUB WETTABLE POWDER, SPRAY OR DUST 

INSECTICIDE, FUNGICIDE 
PFIZER 2,4-D AMINE 500 
DACAMINE LIQUID 2.4-D WEED KILLER 
LATER'S LIQUID MECOPROP SELECTIVE WEED KILLER 
METASOL THIRAM-MERCURY TURF FUNGICIDE POWDER 
GREEN CROSS CASORON GRANULAR HERBICIDE 
VELSICOL BANVEL 3 LIQUID HERBICIDE 
CO-OP SLUG BAIT CONTAINS METALDEHYDE 
LIQUID CHLORDANE 40 SPRAY INSECTICIDE 

DITHANE M-22 SPECIAL W.P. MANEB AGRICULTURAL FUNGICIDE 
TCA COUCH GRASS CONTROL SOLUBLE POWDER 
REL-EX STOP-PEST LIQUID TRIPLE A SPRAY 
LATER'S ROSE DUST - INSECTICIDE-FUNGICIDE CONTAINS 

ZINEB, SULPHUR, ROTENONE AND 
WARFARIN POWDER CONCENTRATE 
ISOTOX INSECTICIDE-MITICIDE GARDEN SPRAY CONTAINS 

CARBARYL. DICOFOL AND OXYDEM 
VIGORO CRABGRASS PRERENTER WITH DACTHAL 
IMIDAN 50-WP INSECTICIDE 
VIGORO DANDELION KILLER 

46% CHLORDANE EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 
GARDEN-TOX INSECT SPRAY 

RATOX 0.5% APPAT A LA WARFARINE CONCENTR EE 0.5% 
POLYRAM-DIAZINON DUST POTATO SEED TREATMENT 
RECORD'S CRESOZENE (CONTAINS 17% CRESYLIC ACID) 
CARGILL 2,4-D AMINE 500 
PRIMO LIVESTOCK SPRAY INSECTICIDE 
WILSON CYGON 2E 
WILSONS 50 PER CENT MALATHION 

GREENLEAF SUPREME EMULSIFIABLE FOLIAGE AND DORMANT OIL 
ANT AND GRUB KILLER CONTAINS CHLORDANE DUST 
KILLEX TURF HERBICIDE LIQUID (DOUBLE STRENGTH) 
WACO 65-20 MAL-THANE FOGGING OIL CONCENTRATE 
DYLOX 80% SOLUBLE POWDER INSECTICIDE 
DACONIL 2787 FUNGICIDE W.P. FOR TURF 
MCPA AMINE 500 LIQUID FARM WEEDKILLER 
RICHARDSON'S BEDBUG SPRAY CONTAINS LINDANE 
PFIZER MCPA SODIUM 300 



180 



O. Reg. 70/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 3 



841 



REG- 

IS- 

TRA- 

TION 

NO 

09888 
09898 
09899 
09903 
09909 
09910 
09917 
09920 
09921 
09927 
09946 
09958 
09959 
09963 
09975 
09977 
09978 
09982 
09986 
09987 
09989 
09995 
10038 
10046 
10051 
10061 
10066 
10068 
10091 
10096 
10099 

10105 
10106 
10107 
10110 
10131 
10132 
10134 
10150 
10174 
10176 
10178 
10179 
10184 
10186 
10233 
10253 



REGIS- 
TRANT 

CHV 
INT 
INT 
AMC 
AMC 
SHL 
CHP 
KEM 
STF 
STF 
SAF 
INT 
SAM 
DIT 
DIT 
GCP 
GCP 
SHL 
GCP 
PLG 
GCP 
SHL 
GCP 
COO 
COO 
DIT 
IMP 
IMP 
KEL 
AMC 
AMC 

KEM 
GAP 
GAP 
SHL 
KIN 
VAR 
SAF 
KEM 
KEM 
AMC 
STF 
STF 
OLH 
ROH 
CHG 
CBR 



AMI 
AMI 



MCC 
AMI 
AMI 



AMI 



CHH 
MCM 



PESTICIDE 

ORTHO BU6-GETA 3% METALDEHYDE PELLETS 

CO-OP CIODRIN-VAPONA LIVESTOCK SPRAY FOR FLY CONTROL 

CO-OP CIODRIN-VAPONA BACKRUBBER SOLUTION INSECTICIDE 

SUPER D WEEDONE LIQUID 

LIQUID AMAZINE WEEDKILLER 

GAROONA 75% 

CHIPMAN LIVESTOCK SPRAY INSECTICIDE 

RIDDEX MALATHION 50 INSECTICIDE 

EPTAM 2.3 GRANULAR FOR FLOWERS AND ORNAMENTALS 

VERNAM 7.2-E SELECTIVE PRE-PLANT HERBICIDE FOR SOYBEANS 

DYNA-FOG M-L LIQUID INSECTICIDE CONCENTRATE 

CO-OP GARDEN MAGGOT KILLER GRANULES 

LAUREN-SECT INSECTICIDE A BETAIL 

CHLORDANE 40E EMULSIFIABLE LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

MALATHION 50E EMULSIFIABLE LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

GREEN CROSS WEED-NO-MORE 

GREEN CROSS MAGGOT KILLER GRANULAR INSECTICIDE 

RAVAP INSECTICIDE EMULSIBLE CONCENTRATE 

GREEN CROSS FRUIT TREE AND GARDEN SPRAY 

PLANT FOG D.D.V.P. THERMAL FOGGING SOLUTION 

GREEN CROSS LIQUID CRAB GRASS KILLER 

VAPONA INSECTICIDE 5% FOGGING SOLUTION 

GREEN CROSS CYGON 2E 

COOPER KILATHION 50% MALATHION INSECTICIDE 

COOPER SUGAR BAIT FLY KILLER GRANULAR 

SULFARIN RODENTICIDE POWDER CONCENTRATE 

ESSO MCPA AMINE-80 LIQUID WEEDKILLER 

ESSO 2.4-D AMINE-80 LIQUID WEEDKILLER 

HAY SAVOR LIQUID PRESERVATIVE FOR HAY 

WEEDONE POISON IVY KILLER LIQUID CONTAINS AMITROLE 

LIQUID X-ALL GENERAL WEED KILLER CONTAINS AMITROLE AND 

SIMAZINE 

RIDDEX 50-S INSECTICIDE, CONTAINING PYRETHRINS AND 

GARDO NO. 43 DIVOS LIVESTOCK SPRAY 

GARDO NO. 42 DICYN LIVESTOCK SPRAY INSECTICIDE 

CIODRIN INSECTICIDE LIVESTOCK FLY AND LOUSE POWDER 

KING BUG KILLER FLY SPRAY CONTAINING DICHLORVOS 

GUARDSMAN MALATHION INSECTICIDE 

VAMAFOG INSECTICIDE FOGGING SOLUTION 

RIDDEX DDVP - 5 INDUSTRIAL FOGGING INSECTICIDE 

RIDDEX 65-20 FOGGING INSECTICIDE 

WEEDONE GARDEN WEEDER GRANULAR - CHLORAMBEN 

RO-NEET 7.2E SELECTIVE PRE-PLANT HERBICIDE 

RO-NEET 10 GRANULAR SELECTIVE PRE-PLANT HERBICIDE 

OCHEMCO 2.4-D LIQUID WEED KILLER AMINE 80 

DITHANE M-45 MANCOZEB POTATO SEED-PIECE FUNGICIDE 

BAYGON LIQUID CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

CARMEL FORMULA MU-8 AN INSECTICIDE FOGGING SOLUTION CONTAINING 

DICHLORVOS 



181 



842 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 3 



O. Reg. 70/84 



REQ- 




A 


IS- 




G 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 


10256 


CHV 




10279 


FAR 


MCC 



10292 



DIT 



10304 


WIL 




10305 


PFF 




10307 


HIL 




10310 


INT 




10314 


FMC 




10319 


COP 




10320 


LAV 




10325 


GCP 




10326 


UNR 




10329 


GAH 




10333 


HIL 




10336 


MBE 




10337 


CHP 




10338 


CHP 




10347 


CHP 




10362 


MBE 




10376 


VIN 




10387 


INT 




10401 


AMC 


AMI 


10413 


FMC 




10420 


HAC 




10427 


CBR 


MCM 


10428 


CBR 


MCM 


10432 


CBR 


MCM 


10445 


CBR 


MCM 


10450 


DAL 




10455 


VAR 




10460 


FMC 




10474 


CAX 




10481 


GCP 




10483 


AMC 


AMI 


10488 


GCP 




10495 


ROH 




10511 


NOX 




10513 


AMC 


AMI 


10526 


DUO 




10556 


FAR 


MCC 


10579 


CHP 




10585 


KEM 




10590 


CHP 





PESTICIDE 

ORTHO TRIOX GRANULAR VEGETATION KILLER 

FARNAM CY-BAN CIODRIN INSECTICIDE EMULSITIABLE DAIRY SPRAY 

AND BACK-RUBBER CONCENTRATE 

PYRATEX RSC (ROACH SPRAY CONCENTRATE) OIL SOLUTION INSECTICIDE 

CONTAINS PYRETHRINS AND PIPERO 

WILSON'S SLUG BAIT PELLETS CONTAINS METALDEHYDE 

PFIZER AGRI-MYCIN 17 

HILO KENNEL SPRAY CONTAINS CHLORDANE INSECTICIDE 

CO-OP STOCK FLY POWDER 

TREE AND SHRUB SPRAY LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

FEDEREE PRESERVATIF POUR BOIS. CLAIR G - 14 

LAURENTIDE PRESERVATIF POUR BOIS, CLAIR G - 14 

GREEN CROSS KILLEX SPOT WEEDER PRESSURIZED SPRAY 

OMITE 30W WETTABLE POWDER MITICIDE 

"ARNOLD" MULTI-PURPOSE SPRAY CARTRIDGE 

HILO KILTIX EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 

CYGON 2-E INSECTICIDE 

CYGON 2E INSECTICIDE 

AGROX N-M DRILL BOX NON-MERCURIAL SEED TREATMENT POWDER 

EPTAM WEED PREVENTER 

MARQUETTE FUNGICIDE CAPTAN 50 

VIO BIN BLACK FARM DISINFECTANT TAR ACID TYPE 

CO-OP SEVIN 50 WETTABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE 

WEEDAR MCPA AMINE 80 LIQUID HERBICIDE 

TANDEX 4 GRANULAR HERBICIDE 

HAGEN FLEA OFF NECKLACE FOR CATS 

FORMULA MU-14 - AN INSECTICIDE FOGGING SOLUTION CONTAINING 

CHLORVOS 

FORMULA MU-15 - AN INSECTICIDE FOGGING OIL CONCENTRATE 

CONTAINING DICHLORVOS 

FORMULA MU-20 - EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 

FORMULA MU-30 INSECTICIDE FOGGING SOLUTION CONTAINING 4.65% 

DICHLORVOS 

D & L SHAMPOO FOR DOGS AND CATS 

GUARDSMAN DIMETHOATE 40 INSECTICIDE 

LIQUID CLEARIT VEG KIL 

SODIUM TCA GRASS KILLER PELLETS 

GREEN CROSS 25% METHOXYCHLOR INSECTICIDE 

WEEDAR MCPA SODIUM SALT 48 LIQUID HERBICIDE 

GREEN CROSS TOMATO AND POTATO DUST SQUEEZE DUSTER 

DIKAR FUNGICIDE-MITICIDE WETTABLE POWDER 

NOXAL DAWGONE DOG REPELLENT DUST 

AMCHEM ORNAMENTAL GRANULAR WEEDER 

DU PONT MANZATE 200 MANCOZEB FUNGICIDE 

FARNAM STABLE-SPRAY EMULSIFIABLE FLY-KILLER CONCENTRATE 

CONTAINING DICHLORVOS AND DIME 

CHIPMAN ANT AND GRUB KILLER DUST CONTAINS CHLORDANE 

RIDDEX DDVP-10 INDUSTRIAL FOGGING INSECTICIDE 

CHIPMAN LAWN WEEDKILLER CONTAINS MECOPROP, DICAMBA 



182 



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SCHEDULE 3 



843 



REG- 




A 


is- 




G 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 


10593 


GCP 




10599 


HOY 


LEA 


10600 


HOY 


LEA 


10603 


CHP 




10617 


CHD 




10619 


KVL 




10621 


STF 




10623 


MCC 




10627 


INT 




10629 


GCP 




10636 


DOW 




10638 


DIT 




10639 


WIL 




10644 


INT 




10653 


DIT 




10654 


DIT 




10658 


INT 




10660 


INT 




10663 


FED 




10675 


WIL 




10681 


GCP 




10689 


KEL 


MCC 


10690 


LAT 




10701 


RIM 




10708 


DIB 


DIA 


10710 


KIN 




10711 


KIN 




10715 


CHP 




10729 


MBE 




10731 


INT 




10736 


DIT 




10742 


LAT 




10744 


AMC 


AMI 


10757 


LAT 




10758 


LAT 




10779 


REC 




10788 


GAL 




10792 


BEN 




10793 


TRO 




10794 


TRO 




10798 


GAL 




10805 


GCP 




10806 
10807 


STF 
CON 





PESTICIDE 



TH*; 



AND 2,4-D LIQUID 
GREEN CROSS SLUG DESTROYER PELLETS 
PRIST ANTI-ICING AND BIOCIDAL FUEL ADDITIVE 
PRIST ANTI-ICING AND BIOCIDAL AVIATION FUEL ADDITIVE 
CHIPMAN METHOXYCHLOR SPRAY CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 
CHAPMAN TIMPREG B POL-NU TYPE WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

GREASE 
SEVIN POULTRY AND LIVESTOCK WETTABLE INSECTICIDE 
SUTAN+ 10-G HERBICIDE 

MCLELLAND CATTLE FLY AND LOUSE POWDER 
CO-OP WEEDRITE 
GRAN WEED PREVENTER 

DURSBAN 2E EMULSIFIABLE INSECTICIDE 
CHLORDANE 40W WETTABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE 
WILSON'S GARDEN SPRAY 

CO-OP BUG AND BLIGHT CONTROL PROTECTANT 
CHLORDANE 5 D DUST INSECTICIDE 
MALATHION 25W WETTABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE 
CO-OP ANT, GRUB AND CUTWORM KILLER 
CO-OP WM SEED TREATMENT 

FEDERAL NON-MERCURY SEED PROTECTANT POLYRAM FUNGICIDE POWDER 
WILSON'S ROSE DUST 

GREEN CROSS CUTWORM DUST OR SPRAY CONTAINS CHLORDANE 
KEMIN GRAIN SAVOR LIQUID 

LATER'S METHOXYCHLOR 25% E.C. INSECTICIDE 
RICHCRAFT BRAND PAINTABLE WOOD PRESERVATIVE RICH-PENT 
CONTAINS PENTACHLOROPHENOL 
DACTHAL G-5 HERBICIDE 
KING 5 % SEVIN AND 7 % COPPER DUST 
KING TOMATO POTATO AND VEGETABLE DUST 
CHIPMAN CHLORDANE SPRAY CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 
MARQUETTE FLORAL INSECTICIDE -FUNGICIDE 
CO-OP SODIUM T.C.A. GRASS KILLER PELLETS 
WARFARIN SP. SOLUBLE POWDER RODENTICIDE 
LATER'S GARD-N-AID ROSE SPRAY INSECTICIDE-FUNGICIDE 
AMCHEM WEEDONE PREEMERGENCE CRABGRASS CONTROL 
LATER'S CRAWLING INSECT KILLER RESIDUAL SPRAY 
LATER'S FRUIT TREE SPRAY MITICIDE - INSECTICIDE 
MIRA-SOL LIQUID DEODORIZER 
PEAK OF THE MARKET SLUG BAIT 
MOORWOOD CLEAR PENTA WOOD PRESERVATIVE 
TROJAN TRL-21 RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE SPRAY 
TROJAN TRL-160 FOGGING INSECTICIDE CONCENTRATE 
PEAK OF THE MARKET MANZATE & DUST POTATO FUNGICIDE 
GREEN CROSS BENAZOLIN LIQUID HERBICIDE FOR WILD MUSTARD CONTROL 
IN RAPE 

BETASAN 12.5 GRANULAR SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 

CONSOLITE WEED-O GRASS AND WEED KILLER CONTAINS SODIUM CHLORATE 
SODIUM METABORATE AND MONURON 



183 



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SCHEDULE 3 



O. Reg. 70/84 



REG- 




A 


IS- 




6 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 


10815 


DIT 




10817 


OLH 




10823 


KEM 




10848 


DUG 




10853 


GCP 




10866 


SAF 




10877 


INT 




10886 


DUG 




10889 


CBE 




10892 


KEY 


GOO 


10912 


NAC 




10914 


GCP 




10915 


PFF 




10916 


PFF 




10926 


NPO 




10930 


SCT 


SHY 


10936 


DOW 




10949 


GCP 




10951 


PEN 




10954 


SCU 




10957 


CBC 




10959 


UNR 




10964 


WIL 




10965 


WIL 




10969 


GCP 




10970 


GCP 




10971 


FMC 




10973 


FMC 




10978 


CGA 




10985 


LAT 




10988 


CGA 




10991 


SHL 




10992 


DIT 




10995 


LAT 




11003 


GCP 




11005 


CYC 




11016 


GCP 




11026 


CGA 




11034 


PFF 




11036 


MBE 




11037 


MBE 




11038 


SAN 




11051 


LAT 




11052 


PAA 


MAL 


11055 


GCP 





PESTICIDE 

L-2 FOG OIL CONTAINS LINDANE 

OCHEMCO MCPA AMINE 80 LIQUID WEED KILLER 

RIDDEX B-P RESIDUAL SPRAY INSECTICIDE 

TERSAN LSR TURF FUNGICIDE WP 

GREEN CROSS NON-ARSENICAL VEGETATION KILLER 

NO. 5 MX FOG OIL CONTAINING METHOXYCHLOR 

CO-OP CYGON 2E E.G. 

TERSAN SP FUNGICIDE WP 

SUPER-LASTIC WOOD PRESERVATIVE & SEALER-CLEAR 

GLOWON TREE KILLER 

NATIONAL CHEMSEARCH SELECT-TROL 

GREEN CROSS GARDEN AND FRUIT TREE SPRAY 

PFIZER MECOPROP 300 

PFIZER MECOPROP + 2.4-D 

PROTOX A/85 PRESERVATIF IMPERMEABLE POUR LE BOIS 

GRANULAR LAWN WEED CONTROL COTAINS 2.4-D AND DICAMBA 

PLICTRAN SOW MITICIDE 

GREEN CROSS POISON IVY KILLER 

PESTROY LIQUID RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE 

SCOTT'S CURE DUST CONTAINS ENDOSULFAN. CARBARYL. ZINEB 

AND SULPHUR 
PYRETHRUM LIQUID DIP FOR CONTROL OF BLOWFLIES ON FISH 
SYSTEMIC PRO-GRO DUST SEED PROTECTANT FOR USE ON ONION SEED 
WILSON TREE & SHRUB SPRAY 

MITICIDE 
WILSON'S 50% SEVIN INSECTICIDE WETTABLE POWDER 
GREEN CROSS ESTEMINE MCPA LIQUID WEEDKILLER 
GREEN CROSS ESTEMINE 2,4-D LIQUID WEEDKILLER 
LIQUID WONDER WEEDER 

WEED PREVENTER SPRAY WITH DACTHAL WETTABLE POWDER 
BASUDIN 5G GRANULAR INSECTICIDE CONTAINS DIAZINON 
LATER'S 1% LINDANE DUST INSECTICIDE 

PRIMATOL A. P. 5:5 BRAND OF ATRAZINE AND 2.4-D GRANULAR 
HERBICIDE 

RABON INSECTICIDE 75% WETTABLE POWDER 
CHLORDANE 40S OIL CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 
LATER'S ANIMAL INSECT POWDER CONTAINS LINDANE 
GREEN CROSS GRANULAR VEGETATION KILLER 
CYTROL POISON IVY KILLER CONTAINS AMITROLE 
BROMOPHOS 25% WETTABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE 
PRINCEP 4G GRANULAR HERBICIDE OF SIMAZINE 
PFIZER SABITHANE-80 80% MANEB WP AGRICULTURAL FUNGICIDE 
MARQUETTE LARVEX 5% INSECTICIDE 
DUTOX INSECTICIDE SPRAY 

SANFAX DYNA-KILL CONCENTRATED OIL SOLUBLE INSECTICIDE 
LATER'S 10% MANZATE 200 POTATO SEED TUBER FUNGICIDE 
MOSS-STOP 

GREEN CROSS ESTEMINE NON VOLATILE BRUSHKILLER 
HERBICIDE 



184 



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SCHEDULE 3 



845 



REG- 
IS- 
TRA- 

TION REGIS- 
NO TRANT 

11061 DUO 

11062 DUO 
1 1067 FMC 

1 1070 NOW 

11071 NOW 



PESTICIDE 



11076 
11077 
11084 
11087 
11088 
11092 
11093 
11094 
11096 
11099 
11113 
11125 
11130 
11132 

11141 
11145 
11147 
11149 
11156 

11159 
11163 
11167 
11186 
11188 
11199 
11202 
11208 
11214 
11220 
11222 
11226 
1 1229 
11230 
11231 
11232 
1 1234 
11235 
1 1252 
11253 
11 254 
11265 



SHL 
SHL 
SHA 
INT 
CHP 
VEL 
VEL 
VEL 
LAT 
DIB 
OLH 
RIL 
OLH 
FAR 

NAC 
RIL 
SAF 
JOH 
FAR 

KEM 
RAL 
ZOC 
FMC 
GCP 
DIT 
FMC 
MBE 
CHP 
GCP 
NAC 
DIT 
DIT 
DIT 
DIT 
MBE 
NAP 
GRE 
ABB 
OLH 
PFF 
KEL 



TERSAN 1991 TURF FUNGICIDE WETTABLE POWDER 

BENLATE FUNGICIDE WETTABLE POWDER FOR ORNAMENTALS 

AFESIN 2 HERBICIDE 

TARCOATE PURE TAR CREOSOTE 

TARCOATE PENTASOL WOOD PRESERVATIVE CLEAR. GREEN OR BROWN 

CONTAINS PENTACHLOROPHENOL 

VAPONA/MALATHION INSECTICIDE FOGGING SOLUTION 

VAPONA/MALATHION INSECTICIDE FOGGING SOLUTION 

SHAMROCK MALATHION 50% E.C. 

CO-OP MCPAK 400 

MANTOX 80% MANEB W.P. FUNGICIDE 

WARFARIN PLUS SULFAQUINOXALINE CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

DIPHACIN - 110 CONCENTRATE RODENTICIDE 

VELSICOL WARFARIN CONCENTRATE RODENTICIDE 

LATER'S SEVIN 50% W.P. INSECTICIDE 
OIA BRAVO W-75 WP FUNGICIDE 

OCHEMCO AMINE 96 

RICHARDSON'S MALATHION 50E OUTDOOR SPRAY CONCENTRATE 

OCHEMCO MALATHION 50E . C . 
MCC FARNAM SUPER DIE-FLY SUGAR-BASE FLY KILLER CONTAINING 

TRICHLORFON 

NATIONAL CHEMSEARCH P-0-W-WASP SPRAY 

RICHARDSON'S CHLOR 40 - SOIL - TURF INSECTICIDE 

SANEX 0.5% LINDANE (RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE) 

OFF! CONCENTRATE INSECT REPELLENT SOLUTION 
MCC FARNAM READY-TO-USE STABLE AND HORSE FLY SPRAY SOLUTION 

CONTAINING DICHLORVOS INSECTIC 

RIDDEX C-2 RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE CONTAINS CHLORDANE 

PURINA WOUND PROTECTOR - LIVESTOCK BOMB INSECTICIDE 
MCC STARBAR GOLDEN MALRIN SUGAR BAIT 

CYPREX 65-W CONTAINS DODINE FUNGICIDE POWDER 

GREEN CROSS LIVESTOCK INSECTICIDE POWDER CONTAINS CIODRIN 

MOUSE SEED RODENTICIDE BAIT CONTAINS STRYCHNINE 

LIQUID MULTISPRAY INSECTICIDE WITH DIAZINON 

SOLNET UN HERBICIDE 

DUTOX SYSTEMIC INSECT KILLER 

GREEN CROSS LIVESTOCK INSECTICIDE PRESSURIZED SPRAY 

NATIONAL CHEMSEARCH FENOCIL WEED KILLER 

SULFAMATE-80 HERBICIDE CONCENTRATE 

MALATHION SOS OIL CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

CHLORDANE 25G GRANULAR INSECTICIDE 

CHLORDANE 5G - GRANULAR INSECTICIDE 

STERIL (DESTRUCTEUR DE V EG ETATION) 

BETANAL POST-EMERGENCE HERBICIDE FOR SUGAR BEETS 

GREEN VALLEY MANEB 80 WP FUNGICIDE 
ABC DIPEL BACILLUS THURINGI ENSIS VAR . ALESTI W.P. 

OLIVER MANEB 80 W WETTABLE POWDER FUNGICIDE 

PFIZER DALAPON 
WER MOLD CURB LIQUID CONTAINING PROPIONIC ACID 



185 



846 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 70/84 

SCHEDULE 3 



PESTICIDE 

MOLD CURB DRY POWDER 

KING 15% ZINEB MUSHROOM DUST 

SUPERSWEET FLY BAIT CONTAINS DICHLORVOS 

CHIPMAN MECOPROP + 2,4-D WEEDKILLER LIQUID 

AMILON WP PRE-EMERGENCE WEEDKILLER CONTAINS CHLORAMBEN AND 

LINURON 

EPTAM 8-E SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 

EPTAM 10:G GRANULAR SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 

THURICIDE HPC CONTAINS BACILLUS THURINGIENSIS 

BAYGON DSC INSECTICIDE 

RIDDEX MAL-FOG 55 FOGGING INSECTICIDE CONCENTRATE 

LORSBAN 25 WP INSECTICIDE 

HERBITOX MCPA LIQUID WEEDKILLER FROM POTASSIUM SALT OF MCPA 

ENDAVEN WILD OAT HERBICIDE 

EMULSAMINE E-3 LIQUID HERBICIDE 

ASULOX ASULAM SODIUM SALT. LIQUID SELECTIVE WEEDKILLER 

ROZOL MINERAL OIL FOR PCD AND MANUFACTURING USE 

ROZOL RODENTICIDE FOR PCO AND MANUFACTURING USE 

SUPERSWEET FLY BAIT CONTAINS DICHLORVOS AND RONNEL 

CO-OP CHLORDANE 40% EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

SANEX 10% CHLORDANE EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 

SANEX 40% CHLORDANE EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 

SANEX VAPO FOG LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

ALSI MOTH PROOFER (PRESSURIZED) 

STARBAR GOLDEN MALRIN LIQUID 

RIDDEX CHLORDANE 40 EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

JITO dITOGAS AEROSOL INSECTICIDE 

WARFARIN PLUS PROLIN PELLETS 

OCHEMCO NM SINGLE BOX SEED TREATMENT POWDER CONTAINS MANEB 

OCHEMCO NM DUAL PURPOSE DRILL BOX SEED TREATMENT POWDER 

CONTAINS MANEB AND LINDANE 

KERB 50-W 

STARBAR GRUBEX 

PUROCIDE MOSQUITO ADULTICIDING CONCENTRATE 

DECCO APPLE COATING WT-56 WITH FUNGICIDE THIABENDAZOLE 

POMOGREEN ROSE & FLOWER FUNGICIDE 

POMOGREEN ROSE AND FLOWER DUST 

TREE AND SHRUB DUST KILLS INSECTS ON SHRUBS, EVERGREENS 

BEXCOL INSECTICIDE & VAPORIZER CONTIENT DIAZINON 

CO-OP METHOXYCHLOR 50% WP INSECTICIDE 

VITAFLO 280 LIQUID SEED PROTECTANT 

QUINTOZENE 75 WP FUNGICIDE 

D & L SHAMPOO FOR DOGS & CATS 

FISONS FI-DRIN LIVESTOCK DUST 

LATER'S 5% DIAZINON GRANULAR INSECTICIDE 

LATER'S DIAZINON 12.5% LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

GUARDSMAN 2,4-D AMINE 80 LIQUID WEEDKILLER 

MESORAND 50 W 

GUARDSMAN LAWN-SAVE 



REG- 




A 


IS- 




G 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 


11266 


KEL 


WER 


11268 


KIN 




11269 


SUP 




11273 


CHP 




11276 


AMC 


JOS 


11284 


STF 




11289 


STF 




11302 


INL 




11313 


CHG 


CHH 


11314 


KEM 




11315 


DOW 




11321 


CHP 




11323 


SHL 




11337 


AMC 


AMI 


11341 


MBY 




11342 


CHM 


DIT 


11343 


CHM 


KEM 


11357 


SUP 




11358 


INT 




11363 


SAF 




11364 


SAF 




11365 


SAF 




11369 


ALT 




11372 


ZOC 


MCC 


11374 


KEM 




11376 


JIT 




11382 


MBE 




11389 


OLH 




11391 


OLH 




11396 


ROH 




11397 


ZOC 


MCC 


11399 


MGK 


LEI 


11400 


PEK 


PEL 


11410 


FMC 




11414 


FMC 




11415 


FMC 




11418 


BBE 




11420 


INT 




11423 


UNR 




11425 


PLG 




11428 


DAL 




11432 


FIS 




11436 


LAT 




11437 


LAT 




11441 


VAR 




11444 


GCP 




11448 


VAR 





186 



O. Reg. 70/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 3 



847 



REG- 




A 


is- 




G 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 


11452 


PLG 




11458 


CBB 




11459 


CBB 




11460 


MAP 




1 1466 


SCT 


MLL 


1 1478 


BAT 




1 1479 


CBB 




1 1495 


LAT 




1 1498 


PRG 




1 1499 


FAG 


NOF 


1 1500 


UNR 




1 1512 


CHP 




1 1514 


MAR 




11515 


MAR 




11520 


UNR 




1 1523 


COA 


PIN 


1 1527 


EMA 




1 1540 


KEM 




1 1542 


LAT 




1 1543 


CHP 




1 1548 


WIL 




11550 


FAC 


NOF 


11551 


CHP 




' 11558 


FAC 


NOF 


11559 


ANS 


ANT 


11561 


PEK 


PEL 


11562 


STD 




11565 


ABE 




11570 


NAP 




11571 


FIS 




11574 


INT 




11576 


STD 




11581 


EMA 




11584 


DIS 




11590 


CHP 





• t^^ra 



11591 



CHP 



11592 


VEL 


11607 


CHP 


11611 


DAR 


11612 


DAR 


11617 


STD 


11618 


FIS 


11621 


TRO 


11629 


DOW 


11637 


ELA 


11646 


ANS 



ANT 



PESTICIDE 

BENOMYL WP SYSTEMIC FUNGICIDE 

CIL LAWN WEED KILLER 

CIL SLUG KILLER PELLETS 

TRUBAN WETTABLE POWDER FUNGICIDE 

PROTURF GRANULAR FUNGICIDE 11 

BARTLETT FERBAM 76 FUNGICIDE 

CIL ANT & GRUB KILLER 

LATER'S WEED-ALL LIQUID 

DELETE TOBACCO SUCKER CONTROL AGENT 

SPROUT-OFF FOR CONTROL OF TOBACCO SUCKERS 

ROYALTAC CONTACT TOBACCO SUCKER CONTROL AGENT 

CHIPMAN FRUIT TREE SPRAY CONCENTRATE CAPTAN- IMIDAN 

MANCHESTER BUG KILLER DUST 

BUG KILLER DUST 

LIQUID MH-30 A PLANT GROWTH REGULATOR 

COBRA MOSQUITO COILS (CONTAINS PYRETHRINS) 

EMTROL TOBACCO SUCKER CONTROL AGENT 

RIDDEX 3610 ULV FOGGING CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

LATER'S BENOWYL SYSTEMIC FUNGICIDE W.P. 

HOPPER-SPRAY INSECTICIDE 

WILSON BENOMYL SYSTEMIC FUNGICIDE 

DE-SPROUT-V 

MCPA AMINE 80 LIQUID WEED KILLER 

FAIR-TAC FOR CONTROL OF TOBACCO SUCKERS 

SUCKER PLUCKER TOBACCO SUCKER CONTROL AGENT 148 

PENTRETE 148 FOR TOBACCO SUCKER CONTROL 

STAN-CHEM 2.4-D AMINE 96 

WACO 1% BAYGON 

BETANEX HERBICIDE 

FISONS 2.4-D AMINE 80 LIQUID WEEDKILLER 

CO-OP 2,4-D AMINE 600- 

STANCHEM SODIUM TCA GRASS AND CONIFER KILLER 

EMTROL TEN TOBACCO SUCKER CONTROL AGENT 

CATTY ALCOHOL 
FLY BAIT INSECTICIDE 

CHIPMAN METHOXYCHLOR EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 
INSECTICIDE 

CHIPMAN MALATHION 50 EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 
INSECTICIDE 

DIPHACIN 120 RODENTICIDE POWDER 

CHIPMAN CORN-OIL CONCENTRATE CONTAINS ATPLUS 300-F 
WOOD PRESERVATIVE 
DAR 10 GREEN WOD PRES 
STANCHEM METHOXYCHLOR 2.4 EC 
FISONS MCPA AMINE 80 LIQUID WEEDKILLER 
TROJAN TRL-460 TRU-FOG INSECTICIDE SOLUTION 
DOWPON M GRASS KILLER 
A-REST EC 
SPROUT-STOP LIQUID GROWTH RETARDANT 



m 

at--) 



187 



848 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 3 



O. Reg. 70/84 



RE6- 




A 


IS- 




G 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 


11648 


NOX 




11650 


ANS 


ANT 


11652 


ECO 


UAF 


11669 


VEL 




11671 


DAR 




11672 


OAR 




11673 


OAR 




11674 


DAR 




11675 


DAR 




11676 


DAR 




11677 


DAR 




11678 


DAR 




11679 


DAR 




11680 


DAR 




1 1684 


ABE 




11708 


CBB 




11713 


LEG 




11714 


LEG 




11721 


TRO 




11722 


UNR 




11726 


VIG 




11729 


SAN 




11774 


STD 




11781 


WIL 




11787 


CHP 




11789 


CNK 




11798 


BAZ 


PLG 


11809 


CHP 




1 1817 


CHP 




11819 


ABE 




1 1835 


LAT 




11836 


ROK 




11838 


WIL 




11852 


WEA 




11855 


ABE 




11866 


PLG 




11880 


PLG 




11884 


ROH 




11886 


ROH 




11892 


CBB 




11893 


CBB 




11905 


UNR 




1 1906 


SCL 


WAG 


11911 


CHP 




11913 


CHP 




11925 


NAC 




11928 


SEL 


CGC 


11945 


SAF 




11971 


INT 





90 SEASHELL 
65 NUTMEG BROWN 
80 DUNE BEIGE 
75 CHESTNUT BROWN 
55 HONEYTONE 
50 GLEN GREEN 
45 EVERGREEN 
35 COLONIAL RED 
30 MEADOW GOLD 
25 SIERRA REDWOOD 
1-10 



PESTICIDE 

NOXALL FLEA NEK-TYE POWDER FOR CATS 

RETARD LIQUID GROWTH RETARDANT 

EPCO TRICHLORFOR POUR ON CATTLE INSECTICIDE 

RAMIK GREEN 

DARWORTH STAIN & WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

DARWORTH STAIN & WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

DARWORTH STAIN & WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

DARWORTH STAIN & WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

DARWORTH STAIN & WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

DARWORTH STAIN & WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

DARWORTH STAIN & WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

DARWORTH STAIN & WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

DARWORTH STAIN & WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

DARWORTH STAIN & WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

WACO PYRETHRIN EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTATE 

CIL SLIK 

REZ PENTA CLEAR WOOD PRESERVATIVE CONTAINS PENTACHLOROPHENOL 

REZ PENTA WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

TROJAN TRL 108 WEED KILL AMINE 2.4-D 

SLO GRO LIQUID 

VIGORO ANT AND GRUB KILLER 

SANFAX LIQUID 580 EMULSIFIABLE INSECTICIDE CONCENTRATE 

STANGARD PENTA GREEN 

WILSON'S WARFARIN MEAL 

CHIPMAN LAWN WEED KILLER LIQUID MECOPROP AND 2,4-D 

WEX MULTI-PURPOSE WETTING AGENT 

BASF F238 POWDERY MILDEW SPRAY 

AGRAL 90 A NON-IONIC LIQUID WETTING AND SPREADING AGENT 

CHIPMAN LAWN WEED KILLER LIQUID MELCOPROP. DICAMBA, 2.4-D 

WACO VAPONA INSECTICIDE INDUSTRIAL FOGGING SOLUTION 

LATER'S PREMIUM STOCK SPRAY 

TIMBER-LIFE WOOD PRESERVER 

WILSON'S WARFARIN PELLETS 

WEEDEX SAFETY BAR 

WACO INDUSTRIAL MICRO SPRAY CONCENTRATE 

B-NINE LIQUID PLANT GROWTH REGULATOR 

NO DAMP FOR DAMPING OFF DISEASES IN SEEDLINGS AND CUTTINGS 

TRITON B1956 AGRICULTURAL SPREADER STICKER 

TRITON XA SPECIAL SPRAY ADDITIVE FOR AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDES 

CIL WEED-ALL SOLUBLE GRANULES 

CIL WEED-ALL 

ALAR 85, A GROWTH REGULANT 

WARFARIN RODENTICIDE BAIT 

DIAZINON 5G GRANULES INSECTICIDE 

DIAZINON GARDEN SPRAY 

I-SO-SECT LIQUID RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE SPRAY 

CONTAK SUCKER CONTROL AGENT 

ROZOL READY-TO-USE RAT BAIT 

CO-OP SURFACTANT OIL CONCENTRATE 



188 



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SCHEDULE 3 



849 



REG- 




A 


is- 




G 


TRA- 




E 


TtON 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 


11972 


INT 




12034 


DIS 




12035 


DIS 




12071 


GCP 




12093 


SHL 




12094 


SHL 




12099 


WIL 




12100 


WIL 




12132 


PLG 




12133 


BIE 




12134 


GAP 




12136 


GRD 




12137 


GRD 




12138 


KVL 




12141 


MBE 




12145 


GRD 




12146 


LAT 




12162 


CHP 




12176 


INT 




12214 


FMC 




12221 


BAZ 




12222 


MAP 




12236 


UAJ 




12247 


SAF 




12262 


KEK 




12263 


KEK 




12279 


GCP 




12295 


DIV 




12301 


CHP 




12303 


VAR 




12310 


SAF 




12311 


SAF 




12352 


FAV 




12353 


FAV 




12354 


FAV 




12374 


DSD 




12431 


CAD 




12438 


CHP 




12452 


CBB 




12453 


CBB 




12454 


CBB 




12455 


CBB 




12456 


CBB 




12458 


CBB 




12484 


BAX 




12510 


HOS 




12512 


HOS 




12513 


HOS 




12514 


HOS 





PESTICIDE 

CO-OP ElilULSIFIABLE SPRAY OIL FOR WEED CONTROL IN CORN 

DISVAP I LIVESTOCK SPRAY 

DISVAP II LIVESTOCK SPRAY 

CONTAK SUCKER CONTROL AGENT 

KORNOIL CONCENTRATE 

KORNOIL 

WILSON'S LIQUID CRABGRASS KILLER 

WILSON MAGGOTOX 

AFRICAN VIOLET SPRAY EMULSIFIABLE MITICIDE 

BIKOE CHLORDANE GRANULES 

FORMALINE -GARDO-POI SON 

PERMA-KILL GRANULAR DURSBAN 

RID- IT GRANULAR CHLORDANE 

PARA FORM F POWDERED FUMIGANT 

MARQUETTE WEEDRITE GRANULES 

LAWN-A-MAT D-TER-ND CONTAINS CHLORTHAL 

LATER'S BULB DUST INSECTICIDE/FUNGICIDE 

AGROX SEED TREATMENT FUNGICIDE FLOWABLE 

CO-OP ANT AND GRUB KILLER GRANULAR 

AQUASHADE 

BASAGRAN LIQUID HERBICIDE 

TRUBAN FUNGICIDE 

SEVIMOL 4.8 LIQUID SUSPENSION 

WARFARIN 0.5% CONCENTRATE POWDER 

NORKEM 600C INDUSTRIAL HERBICIDE 

NORKEM 400T TERTIARY FORMULA 2 . 4-D , MECOPROP AND DICAMBA 

EASOUT W.P. SYSTEMIC FUNGICIDE. 

LIQUID 8 INSECTICIDE SOLUTION 

CHIPTAC TOBACCO SUCKER CONTROL AGENT 

GUARDSMAN PENTAPRESERVATI VE READY TO USE 

SANEX PRO-3 ULV CONCENTRATE 

SANEX PRO-5 ULV CONCENTRATE 

FAVORITE BIRD BATH 

FAVORITE FLEA COLLAR FOR DOGS 

FAVORITE FLEA COLLAR FOR CATS 

PENTOX PENTA GREEN WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

CREOSOTE 

CHIPMAN DANDELION KILLER 

CIL FRUIT TREE SPRAY CONTAINING CAPTAN AND PHOSMET 

CIL POTATO AND TOMATO DUST 

CIL GARDEN SPRAY CONTAINING 12.5% DIAZINON 

CIL FRUIT TREE SPRAY CONTAINING CARBARYL CAPTAN MALATHION 

CIL CHLORDANE ANT AND GRUB KILLER 

CIL DIAZINON MAGGOT KILLER 

TIGUVON POUR-ON ANIMAL INSECTICIDE 

SUPER SOLIGNUM WOOD PROTECTIVE STAIN 10-14 WALNUT 

SUPER SOLIGNUM WOOD PROTECTIVE STAIN 10-16 TEAKWOOD 

SUPER SOLIGNUM WOOD PROTECTIVE STAIN 10-15 BLACK 

SUPER SOLIGNUM WOOD PROTECTIVE STAIN 10-200 WHITE 



189 



850 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 3 



O. Reg. 70/84 



RE6- 




A 


IS- 




G 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 


12515 


HOS 




12516 


HOS 




12518 


HOS 




12519 


HOS 




12520 


HOS 




12521 


HOS 




12522 


HOS 




12526 


MBE 




12536 


CBB 




12537 


CBB 




12538 


LAT 




12560 


LAT 




12579 


SAZ 


CHP 


12598 


CHV 




12611 


INT 




12633 


MBE 




12650 


CHP 




12651 


WIL 




12656 


MBE 




12663 


CHP 




12675 


SAN 




12733 


SAP 




12766 


BAZ 




12831 


CHP 




12848 


MBE 




12849 


PFF 




12850 


WIL 




12853 


CYC 




12857 


WIL 




12868 


SAP 




12886 


LAT 




12927 


GRB 


ASH 


12931 


MRZ 




12947 


CBB 




12967 


MOL 




12968 


CHP 




12971 


CHP 




12990 


PRG 




13006 


BAZ 




13008 


STD 




13010 


STD 




13027 


MAC 




13052 


MBE 




13065 


CBB 




13091 


STD 




13139 


STF 




13153 


INT 





PESTICIDE 

SUPER SOLIGNUM WOOD PROTECTIVE STAIN 10-68 STRAW 

SUPER SOLIGNUM WOOD PROTECTIVE STAIN 10-66 DRIFTWOOD 

SUPER SOLIGNUM WOOD PROTECTIVE STAIN 10-63 DARK BROWN 

SUPER SOLIGNUM WOOD PROTECTIVE STAIN 10-62 BRUNSWICK GREEN 

SUPER SOLIGNUM WOOD PROTECTIVE STAIN 10-23 MOHOGANY 

SUPER SOLIGNUM WOOD PROTECTIVE STAIN 10-22 CEDAR 

SUPER SOLIGNUM WOOD PROTECTIVE STAIN 10-21 REDWOOD 

MARQUETTE FRUITS PLUS . WETTABLE POWDER 

CIL SOIL AND BULB DUST CONTAINING CHLORDANE AND CAPTAN 

CIL GARDEN FUNGICIDE CONTAINING FOLPET 

LATER 'S 5% DIAZINON GRANULAR 

LATER'S ROSE AND FLOWER CARE PRESSURISED SPRAY. INSECTICIDE/FUN 

GICIDE/MITICIDE 

THURICIDE HPC FOR HOME GARDENS 

ORTHO DIAZINON GRANULAR INSECTICIDE 

CO-OP GARDEN WEED PREVENTER 

STERIL GRANULAR DRIVEWAY WEEDKILLER 

CHIPMAN STERIL 

WEEDRITE GRASS & WEED KILLER GRANULES 

MARQUETTE ORGANIC BIOLOGICAL INSECTICIDE 

CHIPMAN ORGANIC BIOLOGICAL INSECTICIDE 

SANFAX MICROTOX LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

MOXY GARDEN SPRAY CONCENTRATE 

CITTOWET PLUS SPREADER STICKER 

RAPID APHID KILLER 

MARQUETTE RAPID APHID KILLER 

PFIZER PFIZOL-10 

WILSON'S LIQUID POISON IVY & BRUSH KILLER 

AVENGE 200-C LIQUID POSTEMERGENCE WILD OAT HERBICIDE 

WILSON'S GRANULAR REPELL DOG AND CAT REPELLENT 

VAPO 5 FOGGING SOLUTION 

LATER'S ONION MAGGOT GRANULES 

ALGIMYCIN GLB-X POWDER ALGICIDE 

MARZONE TRIFLURALIN 4 EC 

CIL ORGANIC MICROBIAL INSECTICIDE 

LASSO II GRANULAR HERBICIDE 

PLORITECT LIQUID SUSPENSION ROSE AND FLOWER INSECTICIDE FUNGICI 

DE 

BOREA GRANULAR 

DELSPRAY 850 TOBACCO SUCKER CONTROL AGENT 

PYRAMIN 80 W HERBICIDE 

STANGARD PAINTABLE PENTA CLEAR WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

STANGARD PENTA WR WATER RECELLENT WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

HAGEN FLEA-OFF NECKLACE FOR DOGS 

PLORITECT ROSE AND FLOWER LIQUID INSECTICIDE FUNGICIDE 

CIL ROSE SHRUB AND FLOWER SPRAY 

STANGARD PENTA GREEN WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

POLE-FUME 

CO-OP VA-PORFOG LIQUID FOGGING INSECTICIDE 



190 



O. Reg. 70/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 3 



851 



REG- 




A 


is- 




G 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 


13212 


CHG 


CHH 


13241 


INT 




13258 


PLG 




13298 


DUO 




13300 


SAN 




13332 


BUX 




13356 


ALS 




13359 


VEL 




13378 


MGK 


LEI 


13396 


CBB 




13429 


UNR 




13431 


UNR 




13468 


SAN 




13517 


CHP 




13526 


SAF 




13548 


SAF 




13557 


WIL 




13558 


INT 




13570 


LAT 




13582 


ALC 




13616 


WIL 




13618 


STD 




13634 


OSD 




13636 


OSD 




13644 


MOL 




13652 


CHP 




13655 


WIL 




13657 


WIL 




13691 


WIL 




13695 


KEM 




13702 


CHP 




13723 


MBE 




13727 


PFF 




13737 


MBE 




13761 


CGA 




13795 


CPV 




13801 


HOE 




13852 


GCP 




13858 


FAC 




13861 


DOW 




13865 


STF 




13866 


SAS 




13868 


ROB 





13869 



13881 
13883 



ROB 



DIS 
DIS 



PESTICIDE 

BAYGON MOS INSECTICIDE 

CO-OP PREMIUM TURF HERBICIDE 

SKOOT REPELLENT FOR RABBITS MICE AND DEER 

LIGNASAN P FUNGICIDE 

SANFAX MICRO MIST 

INDOOR INSECT CONTROL 

NO WEED AMINE 96 

RAMIK GREEN RODENTICIDE THROW PAK 

PYROCIDE FOGGING FORMULA 7067 

CIL STERILEX LIQUID WEED KILLER 

VITAFLO 250 SYSTEMIC NON-MERCURIAL SEED PROTECTANT 

ARREST 75W TURF FUNGICIDE 

SANFAX NEMESIS WATER EMULSIFIABLE LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

CHIPMAN LARVEX MAGGOT KILLER 

SPRUCE BUDWORM INSECTICIDE 

SANEX MALATHION 50E 

WILSON'S RABBIT REPELL 

CO-OP METHOXYCHLOR 25 EC 

LATER'S MCPA AMINE 400 

NALCO-TROL DRIFT CONTROL ADDITIVE 

WILSON TOMATO AND VEGETABLE DUST 

STANGARD PENTA GREASE 10 , INSECTION PRESSURE SPADE PRESERVATIV 

E 

OSMOSE PENTOX CREOSOTE 

PENTOX BROWN WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

ROUNDVP LIQUID HERBICIDE 

DEECOP POTATO. TOMATO AND VEGETABLE INSECTICIDE FUNGICIDE 

WILSON'S MANEB VEGETABLE FUNGICIDE 

WILSON'S CRABGRASS AND GARDEN WEED PREVENTER 

WILSON'S LIQUID DIAZINON INSECT SPRAY 

RIDDEX ABATE 2 G GRANULAR INSECTICIDE 

CHIPMAN DIAZINON DUST 

DEECOP POTATO. TOMATO AND VEGETABLE INSECTICIDE FUNGICIDE 

PFIZER METHOXYCHLOR 240 

MARQUETTE DALAPON SOLUBLE POWDER HERBICIDE 

TARGET NON-VOLATILE LIQUID HERBICIDE 

PROVIMI RABON 50 WP 

HOE-GRASS EC HERBICIDE 

AEROMIN 2.4-D 

DE-CUT V LIQUID PLANT GROWTH REGULATOR 

NORBAK 60 PARTICULATING AGENT FOR REDUCING SPRAY DRIFT 

PROLATE 1.2 EC BEEF CATTLE INSECTICIDE 

SANEX TACKY-TOES BIRD REPELLENT 

BEACON SHOO! BIRD REPELLENT PASTE IN 9 OZ CAULKING GUN CARTRIDG 

ES 

BEACON SHOO! SQUIRREL REPELLENT PASTE IN 9 OZ CAULKING GUN CART 

RIDGES 

DISVAP BACK-RUBBER SOLUTION 

MALATHION 50 EC 



191 



852 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 3 



O. Reg. 70/84 



REG- 




A 


is- 




G 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 


13886 


DUO 




13887 


DOW 




13889 


SCT 




13910 


ATS 




13912 


SAZ 


CHP 


13917 


CGA 




13929 


CHP 




13935 


DOW 




13965 


STF 




13975 


MEC 




13982 


CBB 




13984 


VIT 


VIR 


14007 


CHC 




14008 


WIL 




14009 


WIL 




14017 


CHV 




14019 


CHP 




14027 


LAT 




14050 


DUR 




14064 


DUO 




14069 


UNR 




14080 


CBB 




14081 


CBB 




14106 


INT 




14107 


INT 




141 13 


STF 




14118 


DUK 




14120 


DUK 




14133 


CAO 




14134 


CAO 




14144 


INT 




14150 


MBE 




14151 


MBE 




14160 


CHP 




14161 


MBE 




14187 


LAT 




14193 


CHC 




14214 


RAL 




14224 


HYN 


SMS 


14233 


MBE 




14241 


CUP 




14250 


ELA 




14277 


WIL 




14279 


ALS 




14281 


AVM 




14282 


CHV 




14305 


KEM 




14335 


ZOC 




14341 


CHP 





PESTICIDE 

DUPONT SURFACTANT WK 

KORLAN 2 POUR ON INSECTICIDE FOR LICE 

SCOTTS PRO-TURF GRANULAR INSECTICIDE ONE WITH DIAZINON 

TWEEN 20 ADJUVANT 

THURICIDE 168 AQUEOUS CONCENTRATE FOR GROUND APPLICATION 

THIOGREEN BOW FUNGICIDE 

SEVIN LIQUID SUSPENSION INSECTICIDE 

LORSBAN 25 WP SLURRY SEED TREATMENT 

SUTAN + ENCAPSULATED 

MERTECT FLOWABLE FUNGICIDE 

CIL CYGON 2-E 

ULTRA V AEROSOL INSECTICIDE 

CHEMPARA VAM ANIMAL REPELLANT 

WILSONS STOP WEEDS 

WILSONS BORER KILL LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

CHEVRON ROSE AND FLOWER JET DUSTER PRESSURIZED 

CHIPMAN ARSORGARD 

LATER 'S SYSTEMIC ORNAMENTAL GARDEN SPRAY E.C. 

CREOSOTE WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

KRENITE BRUSH CONTROL AGENT 

VITAVAX SOLUTION SYSTEMIC NON-MERCURIAL SEED PROTECTANT 

CIL MALATHION 50 CONCENTRATE 

CIL CRABGRASS PREVENTER 

CO-OP CAPTAN 50 WP 

CO-OP DIAZINON 12.5 

PREFAR 4.8E HERBICIDE 

WOODSOL CREOSOTE WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

WOODSOL PAINTABLE PENTA 

BULLDOG GRIP WOOD PRESERVATIVE BLACK 

BULLDOG GRIP WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

CO-OP GOLDEN FLY BAIT 

MARQUETTE HERBITEX K HERBICIDE 

DEECOP POTATO, TOMATO AND VEGETABLE DUST 

DEECOP POTATO TOMATO AND VEGETABLE DUST 

MARQUETTE ARBOGARD 

LATER 'S MCPA 500 

MAG-X-CIDE NON SELECTIVE LIQUID HERBICIDE 

PURINA MALATHION SPRAY EC D-5875 

HYSAN DIOUAT HERBICIDE 

FOLIGARD LAWN AND GARDEN FUNGICIDE 

COAL TAR CREOSOTE WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

SPIKE 5 P HERBICIDE 

WILSON SOILGARD LAWN A SOIL INSECTICIDE 

AMITROL-T HERBICIDE 

VITAL K-115 LIQUID WEED KILLER 

ORTHENE INSECT SPRAY EC 

RIDDEX BAYGON ROACH BAIT 

STARBAR EC1 

CHIPMAN SYSTEM 2-E EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 



192 



O. Reg. 70/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 3 



853 



REG- 




A 


is- 




G 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 


14342 


CHP 




14343 


MBE 




14354 


LAT 




14356 


ROH 




14407 


CHP 




14414 


GCP 




14421 


MBE 




14447 


CHP 




14454 


CHP 




14487 


KEM 




14497 


CHP 




14501 


PFF 




14518 


MBE 




14519 


CHP 




14534 


PFF 




14536 


CHP 




14537 


MBE 




14550 


WIL 




14555 


PFF 




14556 


CHP 




14557 


MBE 




14561 


SCT 




14562 


PFF 




14564 


CBE 




14566 


PFF 




14568 


BIE 




14583 


ZOC 




14593 


SCT 




14610 


PFF 




14621 


OCD 


CCD 


14631 


UNR 




14632 


FFA 


WBB 


14649 


SHL 




14656 


PFF 




14660 


ZOC 




14672 


UNR 




14675 


UNR 




14706 


LAT 




14709 


NCR 




14718 


NCR 




14722 


UNR 




14723 


UNR 




14725 


NCR 




14726 


NCR 




14729 


NCR 




14730 


NCR 




14733 


NCR 




14740 


NCR 




14756 


NCR 





PESTICIDE 

CHIPMAN SEVIN LIQUID SUSPENSION INSECTICIDE 

MARQUETTE SEVIN LIQUID SUSPENSION INSECTICIDE 

LATER 'S GOLDEN GARDEN DUST 

DITHANE 2.78 WP FUNGICIDE 

CHIPMAN MALATHION 500 EC GRAIN BIN PROTECTANT 

GREEN CROSS LIQUID VEGETATION KILLER 

MARQUETTE SYSTEM 2-E SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 

CHIPMAN ARBOGARD RODENT REPELLENT 

CHIPMAN 25 SEVIN BLUEBERRY DUST 

RIDDEX BAY-FOG 4 FOGGING INSECTICIDE 

MILGO E SYSTEMIC FUNGICIDE LIQUID SUSPENSION 

PFIZER AFESIN 2E HERBICIDE 

MARQUETTE FRUIT-PLUS LIQUID FRUIT TREE SPRAY 

CHIPMAN FRUIT-PLUS LIQUID FRUIT TREE SPRAY 

PFIZER SODIUM TCA INHIBITED GRASS AND CONIFER KILLER 

CHIPMAN FOLIGARD LAWN AND GARDEN FUNGICIDE 

MARQUETTE FLORAL GARDEN DUST INSECTICIDE FUNGICIDE 

WILSON FRUIT TREE SPRAY 

PFIZER PHYGON XL 

CHIPMAN NO-HOE WEED PREVENTER 

MARQUETTE SOLNET WEED PREVENTER 

SCOTTS PRO-TURF GRANULAR WEEDGRASS PREVENTER 

PFIZER ZINEB 80 W 

CANADIAN TIRE DANDELION KILLER 

PFIZER SEVIN 50 W 

BIKOE DIAZINON GRANULES 

STARBAR BACK RUBBER CONCENTRATE 

SCOTTS PRO-TURF K-O-G GRANULAR WEED CONTROL 

PFIZER FERBAM 76 W 

GRANULAR OXY MONOBOR CHLORATE PLUS DIURON 

MCPA 300 SODIUM SALT LIQUID HERBICIDE 

PYRENONE 25-5 MAG SOLUTION INSECTICIDE 

VENDEX 50 W MITICIDE 

PFIZER MALATHION 25 W 

ENSTAR 65 EC INSECT GROWTH REGULATOR 

AMKIL 500 MCPA 

AMKIL 500 MCPA 

LATER'S SEVIN 50% W.P. 

NIAGARA SUPER SPRED SURFACTANT 

NIAGARA MCPA SODIUM SALT 300 

AMKIL 500 2,4-D LIQUID HERBICIDE 

AMKIL 500 2,4-D LIQUID HERBICIDE 

NIAGARA AMSOL 2.4-D AMINE 500 

NIAGARA 2.4-D AMINE 600 

NIAGARA MALATHION 500 E 

NIAGARA MCPA AMINE 500 

NIAGARA MECOTURF PLUS 240 LIQUID WEEDKILLER 

NIAGARA FERBAM 76 W FUNGICIDE 

NIAGARA STIK WP NAA PLANT GROWTH REGULATOR 



193 



854 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 3 



O. Reg. 70/84 



REG- 




A 


IS- 




G 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 


14757 


NCR 




14761 


NIP 




14763 


NCR 




14768 


NCR 




14769 


NCR 




14772 


NCR 




14773 


PFF 




14797 


NCR 




14798 


NCR 




14799 


NCR 




14808 


NCR 




14810 


LAT 




14817 


PFF 




14825 


BAZ 




14828 


BAZ 




14829 


LAT 




14841 


DUO 




14846 


NCR 




14850 


KEM 




14854 


KEM 




14857 


PRL 




14859 


GCP 




14861 


INT 




14869 


SAL 




14880 


HUH 




14881 


HUH 




14882 


CHP 




14895 


CHP 




14902 


CHC 




14906 


GOF 




14907 


UNR 




14915 


NCR 




14925 


CHP 




14939 


NCR 




14940 


NCR 




14941 


NCR 




14963 


DUO 




14964 


CHP 




14976 


CHP 




14982 


BAZ 




14986 


GCP 




14995 


NCR 




15001 


ELA 




15006 


FAR 


PFE 


15009 


CHP 




15014 


ZOC 




15033 


ZOC 




151 11 


PLG 




15114 


LAT 





PESTICIDE 

NIAGARA METHOXYCHLOR 50 W INSECTICIDE 

NIAGARA RODENT REPELLENT 

NIAGARA MECOTURF HERBICIDE 

NIAGARA MANEB 80 W FUNGICIDE 

NIAGARA MALATHION 25 WP INSECTICIDE 

NIAGARA METHOXOL 240 E 

PFIZER ZIRAM 85W 

NIAGARA ROTENONE 5 WP INSECTICIDE 

NIAGARA SEVIN 50 WP INSECTICIDE 

NIAGARA POLYRAM FUNGICIDE SEED PROTECTANT 

NIAGARA PHYGON 50 WP FUNGICIDE 

LATER 'S CUTWORM 8 MAGGOT GRANULES 

PFIZER AFOLAN HERBICIDE 

POLYRAM BOW FUNGICIDE 

POLYRAM 7 DUST FUNGICIDE 

LATER'S LAGON 2E SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 

BENLATE T FUNGICIDE 

NIAGARA LIME SULPHUR LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

KS C2 CHLORDANE RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE 

MOSQUITO GRANULES INSECTICIDE 

TOXI-MIX FLY KILLER STRIP 

GREEN CROSS LIQUID SEVIN 

CO-OP SEVIN 50 WP 

PAR-O-SAN F POWDERED FUMIGANT 

HOME HARDWARE CREOSOTE WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

HOME HARDWARE PAINTABLE PENTA CLEAR WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

CHIPMAN AMBUSH 500 EC 

CHIPMAN MALEIC HYDRAZIDE 

CHEMPARA BROCIDE HERBICIDE 

GOODFELLOW ALL WEATHER WOODPRESERVATI VE FOR CUTS 

PHYGON XL ORCHARD FUNGICIDE 

NIAGARA CORN OIL CONCENTRATE 

CHIPMAN MANCOZEB POTATO SEED PIECE DUST 

NIAGARA FERBAM 7 DUST 

NIAGARA LIQUID FRUIT TREE SPRAY 

NIAGARA NIA-TAC TOBACCO SUCKER CONTROL AGENT 

LEXONE L METRIBUZIN HERBICIDE 

AMBUSH 25 WP INSECTICIDE FOR CONTROL OF PEAR PSYLLA ADULTS 

CHIPMAN AMBUSH 500 EC FOR USE ON GREENHOUSE ORNAMENTALS 

POLYRAM DIAZINON FUNGICIDE INSECTICIDE DUST 

GREEN CROSS OCT DUAL PURPOSE SEED TREATMENT 

NIAGARA ZINEB 80 W 

SPIKE 5 G HERBICIDE 

COUNTRY DOG DIP QUICK 

CHIPMAN ZINEB 80 WP FUNGICIDE 

VET-KEM WARBLEX CATTLE INSECTICIDE 

VET-KEM E.C 1 

SATHON 10-10 MITICIDE 

LATER'S DANDELION WEEDKILLER SOLUTION 



194 



Reg. 70/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 3 



855 



m- 




A 


fs- 




G 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 


15118 


QCH 




15121 


ARR 


VIO 


15122 


ARR 


VIO 


15123 


ARR 


VIO 


15130 


CAT 




15135 


FAR 


PFE 


15143 


TIR 


BAU 


15144 


TIR 


BAU 


15149 


CHC 




15151 


OCD 




15158 


CAT 




15176 


ZOC 




15186 


LAT 




15188 


LOR 




15213 


MBY 




15240 


DOW 




15244 


TRO 


COS 


15256 


CHM 


SAF 


15257 


CHM 


SAF 


15258 


INT 




15262 


6CH 




15265 


MBE 




15266 


NCR 




15271 


HYP 


COS 


15295 


JOH 




15304 


CHP 




15317 


MIF 




15319 


SOL 




15325 


LAT 




15335 


TOX 




15344 


CGC 




15359 


ROE 




15365 


DEE 


COS 


15404 


LAT 




15414 


AGS 


ORE 


15415 


WIL 




15416 


WIL 




15423 


STF 




15426 


MBE 




15437 


NCR 




15470 


CHP 




15472 


KEM 




15475 


SAF 




15494 


ABE 




15504 


KEM 




15521 


COS 




15538 


UNR 




15565 


SAF 




15567 


SAF 





PESTICIDE 

FLORAL 50 MALATHION LIQUID INSECTICIDE MITICIDE 

VAPOROOTER PLUS A FOAMING FUMIGANT 

VAPOROOTER A FOAMING FUMIGANT 

SANAFOAM VAPOROOTER 

CANTOL D-SECT LIQUID SPRAY AND FOGGING INSECTICIDE 

COUNTRY DOG FLEA AND TICK COLLAR 

POLE TOPPER FLUID 

OSMO BAND WOOD PRESERVATIVE BANDAGE 

CHEMPARA KROZINE HERBICIDE 

BOROCIL IV GRANULAR HERBICIDE 

CANTOL SELECTRA 20 LIQUID WEED KILLER 

PREMIUM GOLDEN MALRIN FLY BAIT 

LATER'S FRUIT TREE SPRAY 

LORRAIN FLY PATROL BAIT 

ROVRAL FUNGICIDE WP 

MCPA DEA 500 LIQUID FARM WEEDKILLER 

TROJAN TRL 08 LIQUID SOIL STERILANT 

MAKI 0.1 DRY CONCENTRATE RODENTICIDE 

MAKI LIQUID CONCENTRATE RODENTICIDE 

CO-OP WARBLE KILLER 

FLORAL FUNGICIDE DUST INDOOR OUTDOOR 

MARQUETTE HERBITEX LIQUID HERBICIDE 

BLUESTONE SUPERFINE SOL POWDER FUNGICIDE 

HYDE-PARK GRIM REAPER LIQUID SOIL STERILANT 

BOLT AIRBORNE LIQUID INSECTICIDE FORMULA P-3610 

CHIPMAN DALAPON QUACK GRASS KILLER 

ULO-CIDE V 500 CONTACT INSECT SOLUTION 

DANEX 80 SP INSECTICIDE 

LATER'S CALCIDE LIQUID VEGETATION KILLER 

NEW TOXI-MIX INSECTICIDE WP 

BASUDIN FM MICROENCAPSULATED INSECTICIDE 

STARBAR PROLATE EMULSIFIABLE LIQUID BEEF CATTLE INSECTICIDE 

DEE-STRICT LIQUID SOIL STERILANT 

LATER'S PREMIUM WEED AND PAVE SOLUTION 

GALLEX CROWN GALL CONTROL 

WILSONS ROTENONE SPRAY 

WILSONS LIQUID FRUIT TREE SPRAY 

PROLATE 8 OS POUR-ON BEEF CATTLE INSECTICIDE 

MARQUETTE CUCURBIT INSECTICIDE-FUNGICIDE DUST 

NIAGARA METAM-SODIUM LIQUID SOIL FUMIGANT 

CHIPMAN CRABGRASS PREVENTER 

RIDDEX 3610D ULV INSECTICIDE 

10-1 PLUS FOOD PROCESSORS SPRAY 

WACO INDUSTRIAL D-TRANS MICRO SPRAY CONCENTRATE 

RIDDEX CHLORDANE 5 DUST 

COPELAND LIQUID SOIL STERILANT 

VITAVAX POWDER SYSTEMIC NON-MERCURIAL SEED PROTECTANT 

SANEX PROX 120 INSECTICIDE CONCENTRATE 

ABATE 2 G 



195 



856 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 3 



O. Reg. 70/84 



REG- 




A 


IS- 




G 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 


15606 


NCR 




15608 


CHP 




15654 


SOL 




15658 


FLC 




15659 


PLC 




15660 


FLC 




15661 


FLC 




15662 


FLC 




15663 


FLC 




15664 


FLC 




15665 


FLC 




15666 


FLC 




15668 


LAT 




15671 


CAX 




15679 


SAF 




15680 


SAF 




15682 


VEL 




15687 


MEL 




15688 


WEC 




15701 


CHP 




15702 


CHP 




15723 


DIB 


DIA 


15724 


DIB 


DIA 


15730 


SAF 




15737 


INT 




15742 


INT 




15752 


CAX 




15771 


CHP 




15774 


CAX 




15775 


LAT 




15790 


DEX 


ROA 


15798 


LAT 




15851 


NCR 




15857 


BAZ 




15887 


DOW 




15903 


MEL 




15954 


GCP 




15970 


DOW 




15972 


ANX 


STK 


15987 


STN 




15988 


STN 




15994 


KEM 




16016 


LAT 




16023 


LAT 




16027 


AMV 


VEF 


16036 


SHL 




16041 


ZOE 


ZOD 


16042 


ZOE 


ZOO 


16043 


HOK 


PFF 



SEALER NATURAL 
SEALER HUNTER GREEN 

CORDOVA BROWN 

CHARCOAL 

FAWN 

WALNUT 

MAHOGANY 

REDWOOD 

MAPLE 



SEALER 
SEALER 
SEALER 
SEALER 
SEALER 
SEALER 
SEALER 



PESTICIDE 

NIAGARA PHENOXYLENE PLUS HERBICIDE 

CHIPMAN DODINE 65 WP 

FOLPAN 50 WP FUNGICIDE 

VARAPEL WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

VARAPEL WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

VARAPEL WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

VARAPEL WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

VARAPEL WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

VARAPEL WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

VARAPEL WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

VARAPEL WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

VARAPEL WOOD PRESERVATION 

LATER'S SUPER WEED-ALL LIQUID HERBICIDE 

AFESIN 2EC HERBICIDE 

BROMONE 0.1 DRY CONCENTRATE RODENTICIDE 

BROMONE LIQUID CONCENTRATE 

EMBARK 1.5 PLANT GROWTH REGULATOR 

PERMA-KILL 100 ROACH POWDER 

WEALL AND CULLEN GARDEN SPRAY 

ECTIBAN TWENTY-FIVE FLY KILER 

ECTIBAN WP 

BRAVO 500 AGRICULTURAL FUNGICIDE 

DACONIL 2787 FLOWABLE TURF CARE FUNGICIDE 

SANEX 2.4-D AMINE 80 LIQUID WEED KILLER 

CO-OP SEVIN 80 WP 

CO-OP BACKYARD CLEAN-UP LIQUID WEEDKILLER 

AFOLAN EC HERBICIDE 

LIMAX SLUG KILLER BAIT. CONTAINS METALDEHYDE 

AFOLAN 50 WP HERBICIDE 

LATER'S SEVIN 40% LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

DEXOL RED SPIDER AND MITE SPRAY 

LATER'S FOLPET MULTI-USE GARDEN FUNGICIDE W.P. 

NIAGARA CHLORDANE 25G 

PYRAMIN FL LIQUID SUSPENSION HERBICIDE 

DURSBAN HOME AND GARDEN SPRAY CONCENTRATE 

DOOM ROACH DESTROYER 

GREEN CROSS HOE-NO-MORE WEED PREVENTER 

DURSBAN TURF GRANULAR INSECTICIDE 

GRANULAR MOULD KILLER 

HORNTOX CLEAR WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

HORNTOX GREEN WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

RIDDEX MALFOG 45 FOGGING CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

LATER'S METHOXYCHLOR 25 E.G. 

LATER'S MECOPROP LIQUID SELECTIVE WEEDKILLER 

FRUIT FIX CONCENTRATE 

SANBAR INSECTICIDE 

STARBAR DAIRY SPRAY WITH REPELLENT 

STARBAR STOCK SPRAY WITH REPELLENT 

HOPKINS SODIUM TCA WEED KILLER 



196 



O. Reg. 70/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 3 



857 



REG- 




A 


is- 




G 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 


16061 


GCP 




16069 


CHG 


CHH 


16080 


FIS 




16084 


INT 




16099 


SAF 




16102 


LAT 




16106 


LAT 




16120 


LEW 




16149 


CAT 




16154 


ZOE 




16155 


UCA 


JOS 


16160 


LAT 




16162 


SHL 




16168 


CHH 




16169 


GCP 




16189 


UNR 




16192 


LAT 




16200 


WIL 




16208 


GRX 




16210 


GAP 




16213 


CHP 




16221 


BAX 




16238 


PFF 




16239 


PFF 




16244 


UNR 




16254 


HOK 


PFF 


16273 


FOF 




16279 


DUO 




16285 


CHP 




16302 


CHH 




16309 


PLG 




16363 


HOE 




16371 


SHL 




16387 


CHH 




16402 


LAT 




16403 


CGA 




16421 


CHP 




16436 


PFF 




16448 


CGA 




16452 


PFF 




16454 


PFF 




16458 


DOW 




16464 


USB 




16465 


LAT 




16483 


KEM 




16484 


MBE 




16485 


FAR 


THS 


16498 


NAC 




16509 


LAT 





PESTICIDE 

GREEN CROSS BORER SPRAY LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

BAYGON 200 READY TO USE U.L.V INSECTICIDE 

FICAM D INSECTICIDE DUST 

CO-OP SENTINEL KILLER 500 ML 

SANEX MALATHION 50 EC 

LATER'S SELECTIVE WEEDKILLER . 2 . 4-D AMINE 600 

LATER 'S POTATO & TOMATO DUST 

OAK LAKE CATTLE BACKRUBBER LIQUID CONCENTRATE 

CANTOL 350 SELECTIVE BROADLEAF WEED KILLER 

PARAMITE DIP OR SPONGE-ON EMULSIFIABLE LIQUID 

ETHREL LIQUID PLANT GROWTH REGULATOR FOR FLUE CURED TOBACCO 

LATER'S DURSBAN SPRAY E.C. 

VENDEX SOW MITICIDE 

MESUROL 2% BAIT MOLLUSCIDE 

GREEN CROSS TRUMP SLUG KILLER PELLETS 

THIRAM 320 FLOWABLE FUNGICIDE 

LATER'S LIQUID FRUIT AND BERRY SPRAY 

WILSONS GRANULAR VEGETATION KILLER 

METHOXYCHLOR 240 INSECTICIDE EC 

GARDO NO 91 LINDANE IN MINERAL OIL 

CHIPMAN BENOMYL-CAPTAN SYSTEMIC FUNGICIDE 

SANDRAN LIQUID TICK AND FLEA DIP FOR DOGS AND CATS 

PFIZER SODIUM TCASOLUTION 

PFIZER MALEIC HYDRAZIDE 

ALANAP 3 LIQUID HERBICIDE 

UNITE. A COMPATABILITY AGENT 

FOSSIL FLOWER NATURAL BUG KILLER AND FUNGICIDE FOR ROSES 

LOROX LIQUID SUSPENSION WEED KILLER 

ECTIBAN FIVE FLY KILLER 

MESUROL 2% BAIT MOLLUSCIDE 

VENDEX 50W WETTABLE POWDER MITICIDE 

AFOLAN F LIQUID FLOWABLE HERBICIDE 

FLY BAIT INSECTICIDE 

DYLOX 420 LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

LATER'S SLOW-GROW PLANT GROWTH RETARDANT 

PATORAN 670 FW AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDE 

MANCOZEB FLOWABLE POTATO SEED PIECE TREATMENT 

PFIZER DY-AMINE HERBICIDE 

BASUDIN FM FLOWABLE MICRO-ENCAPSULATED INSECTICIDE 

PFIZER FERBAM 7 DUST 

PFIZER DYCLEER 24 HERBICIDE 

LORSBAN 15 G INSECTICIDE 

BORAX FOR FOMES ANNOSUS CONTROL 

LATER'S LIME SULPHUR SOLUTION 

PROFOG ULV INSECTICIDE 

MARQUETTE BENOMYL CAPTAN SYSTEMIC FUNGICIDE 

SNAIL JAIL SLUG AND SNAIL BAIT 

FENOCIL LIQUID WEED KILLER 

LATER'S MITE KILLER SPRAY 



197 



858 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 3 



O. Reg. 70/84 



REG- 




is- 




TRA- 




TION 


REGIS 


NO 


TRANT 


16527 


HAC 


16535 


HAC 


16537 


BAX 


16539 


BAX 


16540 


BAX 


16542 


WIL 


16548 


ALS 


16565 


CHH 


16568 


NCR 


16598 


SAN 


16613 


STF 


16645 


LAT 


16653 


UAJ 


16656 


UAd 


16664 


CHP 


16694 


MEC 


16698 


FFA 


16740 


SAF 


16758 


JOL 


16768 


MBE 


16781 


CHP 


16810 


SHL 


16816 


LAT 


16817 


LAT 


16835 


CLR 


16840 


GRX 


16858 


ELA 


16877 


CER 


16887 


UNR 


16905 


CHP 


16906 


CHP 


16994 


DOW 


17027 


UAJ 


17053 


KEK 


17132 


INT 


17283 


SHL 



BRN 



PESTICIDE 

COLLAR FOR DOGS 
COLLAR FOR PUPPIES 
FLEA AND TICK COLLAR 
FLEA AND TICK 
FLEA AND TICK 
-KILL 



COLLAR 
COLLAR 



FOR 
FOR 
FOR 



DOGS 

LARGE DOGS 
PUPPIES AND 



SMALL DOGS 



HAGEN FLEA 

HAGEH FLEA 

SANDRAN II 

SENDRAN II 

SENDRAN II 

WILSON PILL 

AMITROL LIQUID HERBICIDE 

POUNCE EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

NIAGARA FORMALDGHYDE 

SANFAX WK-82X SELECTIVE WEED KILLER 

SURPASS 8-E HERBICIDE 

LATER'S CALCIDE LIQUID VEGETATION KILLER 

SEVIN SL CARBARYL INSECTICIDE LIQUID SUSPENSION 

SEVIN RP 2 CARBARYL INSECTICIDE LIQUID SUSPUNSION 

CHIPMAN 2,4-D AMINE 600 

ARBOTECT 20-S FUNGICIDE 

PERMANONE 0.5 PROFESSIONAL STRENGTH PRESSURIZED SPRAY 

FOSBAN 2E INSECTICIDE 

ZAP SUREKILLER INSECT POWDER 

SOLGARD LAWN. SOIL AND ORNAMENTAL INSECTICIDE 

LAWN, SOIL AND ORNAMENTAL INSECTICIDE 

EC INSECTICIDE 

FUNGOTOX W.P. SYSTEMIC SOIL FUNGICIDE 

CASORON GRANULAR HERBICIDE 

■F DILUABLE FLOWABLE TURF FUNGICIDE 



SOLGARD 

TALCORD 

LATER'S 

LATER'S 

SPOTRETE- 

CHLORDANE 25G SOIL INSECTICIDE 

ELANCO TREFLAN EC 

CERTIFEN LIQUID WEED KILLER 

DANEX 80 SP TRICHLORFON 

LIMAX SLUG KILLER BAIT, CONTAINS METHIOCARB 

LIMAX SLUG KILLER PELLETS. CONTAINS METHIOCARB 

FORMULA 40F FORESTRY HERBICIDE 

SEVIN XLR CARBARYL INSECTICIDE LIQUID SUSPENSION 

NORKEM 60O XP INDUSTRIAL HERBICIDE 

CO-OP TREFLAN EC 

TORQUE LIQUID MITICIDE 



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00 


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c 




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0) 


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lU 


o 


CO 


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CO 


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CO 


4-1 




CO 


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X 


d 


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c 


(U 


v£) 


CO 


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CO 


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X 


CO 


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CO 


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o 




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CO 


PQ 


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VO 


S 


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S 


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n 


3 


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ac 


o s 



200 



O. Reg. 70/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



861 



S 



00 



w 


CM 


a 




HH 


U 


o 


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1— 1 


1— 1 


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0$ 


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s 























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vO 




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a 




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"O 


u 


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J< -iH 


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CO Oi 






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CO C 


a 


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H OS 






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ON 
O 

00 

201 



862 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 4 



O. Reg. 70/84 



REG- 




A 


IS- 




Q 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 


0O037 


REX 




00283 


DTC 




00788 


PEA 




00869 


WOB 




01079 


EAN 




01365 


CHV 




01451 


FUB 




01620 


NOX 




01686 


GCP 




01977 


CRC 




02039 


SAF 




02234 


WIL 




02525 


REC 




02528 


REC 




02994 


CAA 




03271 


STQ 




03272 


STO 




03276 


RAW 




03682 


MOR 




03692 


MOR 




03758 


NOX 




03872 


HAU 




04039 


GCP 




04305 


SAF 




05490 


ABE 




05565 


DSD 




06232 


JOH 




06234 


dOH 




06590 


MAZ 




06592 


MAZ 




06593 


NIP 




06758 


RAW 




06779 


MBE 




06907 


SVC 




06909 


SVC 




06944 


WIL 




07127 


HOS 




07137 


REC 




07207 


PIT 




07545 


RAW 




07668 


ROR 




07670 


ROR 




07704 


HAU 




07705 


NOX 




07745 


HAU 




07762 


REC 




07857 


ABE 




07873 


MUL 




08026 


GCP 





PESTICIDE 

REXALL MOTH FUME CRYSTALS ( PARADICHLOROBENZENE ) 

DEE TEE PARADICHLOROBENZENE MOTH KILLER CRYSTALS 

CREOLIN TAR ACID DISINFECTANT 

WOOD'S PARADICHLOROBENZENE DEODORIZER AND MOTH KILLER 

MOTH CRYSTALS PARADICHLOROBENZENE 

VOLCK OIL SPRAY EMULSIVE MINERAL OIL FOR FOLIAGE SPRAY 

FULLER MOTH NUGGETS (PARADICHLOROBENZENE) 

NOXALL ANT DOOM DUST 

GREEN CROSS GARDEN GUARD INSECTICIDE 

CROMAC PARADI MOTH CRYSTALS AND BLOCKS 

FLEA-X CAT AND DOG INSECTICIDE SHAMPOO 

WILSON'S ANT TRAP 

NAP-LENE NAPHTHALENE BALLS, CRYSTALS AND FLAKES 

PARA-ZENE PARADICHLOROBENZENE 

CRISTAUX A MITES CADILLAC 

STANLEY PERFUMED PARADICHLOROBENZENE CRYSTALS 

STANLEY SOLIDIFIED PARADICHLOROBENZENE MOTH CAKES 

RAWLEIGH PARADICHLOROBENZENE MOTH CRYSTALS AND NUGGETTS 

MOTHAL - NAPHTHALENE - MOTH BALLS - MOTH FLAKES 

MOTHAL - PARADICHLOROBENZENE - MOTH KILLER - NUGGETS 

NOXALL RAT BAIT CONTAINING WARFARIN AND SULFAQUINOXALINE 

MY-T-MITE POWDER 

GREEN CROSS TANTOO REPELLENT PRESSURIZED SPRAY 

RODENTKIL WARFARIN BAIT 

WACO BUGKILL AEROSOL INSECTICIDE 

PENTOX PRIMER SEALER WOOD PRESERVATIVE DARK GREEN 

MOTH-RAID MOTHPROOFER 

RAID INSECT SPRAY 

MARC-O CRYSTALS PARADICHLOROBENZENE ANTI-MOTH DEODORANT 

BOULES ET FLOCONS A MITES (NAPHTHALENE) 

LION BRAND MOSQUITO COIL FOR KILLING MOSOUITOS 

RAWLEIGH PARADICHLOROBENZENE PERFUME AND DEODORANT 

ROTENONE MARQUETTE (INSECTICIDE POUR LEGUMES) 

MERCURY KILLROT B GREEN WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

MERCURY KILLROT E-B CLEAR WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

WILSON'S WARFARIN RAT AND MOUSE KILLER PELLETS 

1-30 TOXO A FOR WOOD, A COPPER NAPHTHENATE PRESERVATIVE 

NERO INSECT REPELLENT 

DIRYL INSECTICIDE POWDER 

RAWLEIGH ROACH AND ANT KILLER 

ROZ-TOX WP-1 GREEN WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

ROZ-TOX WP-2 CLEAR WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

HARTZ LUSTER BATH FOR DOGS 

NOXALL FLEA BRUSH FOR DOGS AND CATS 

HARTZ CAT FLEA POWDER 

RECORD'S DEATH TO MICE 0.025% WARFARIN BAIT 

WACO DIA-ONE-INSECTICIDE SPRAY CONTAINING DIAZINON 

MUSKOL INSECT REPELLENT 

GREEN CROSS ROSE AND FLOWER GUARD INSECTICIDE- 



202 



O. Reg. 70/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 4 



863 



REG- 




A 


IS- 




G 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 


08078 


CHG 




08198 


CAO 




08301 


ARC 




08376 


HAU 




08378 


HAU 




08472 


dOH 




08478 


HAU 




08516 


INT 




08696 


MBE 




08718 


POP 




08719 


DTC 




08725 


PIT 




08748 


HAU 




08784 


HAU 




08834 


HAU 




08877 


SHL 




09021 


HAC 




09138 


AMW 


AMZ 


09154 


AMW 


AMZ 


09162 


GAP 




09167 


GCP 


GCP 


09176 


FMC 




09189 


NOX 




09203 


dOH 




09221 


WIL 




09228 


WOB 




09241 


ARC 




09261 


FMC 




09272 


MBE 




09303 


ARC 




09430 


CUT 


CUS 


09435 


dOH 




09572 


CHG 


CHH 


09573 


CHG 


CHH 


09601 


INT 




09626 


HAU 




09676 


CHG 


CHH 


09748 


dOH 




09749 


dOH 




09754 


dOH 




09756 


LIO 


COF 


09780 


BOY 




09930 


PEV 




09967 


REX 





PESTICIDE 

FUNGICIDE CONTAINS PYRETHRIN 
BAY 29493 PRESSURIZED SPRAY ORNAMENTAL INSECTICIDE 
BULLDOG GRIP GREEN WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

TANGLE FREE ANIMAL BEAUTY BATH CONTAINS PYRETHRINS AND 
PIPERONYL BUTOXIDE 
HARTZ LUSTER BATH FOR CATS 
HARTZ RID FLEA DOG SHAMPOO 
RAID ROSE AND FLOWER SPRAY 
HARTZ ITCH-STOP DOG LOTION 
CO-OP INSECT KILLER 
PYRETHRINS PIPERONYL BUTOXIDE 

MARQUETTE PRESSURIZED INSECTICIDE FOR HOUSE AND GARDEN 
POULIN'S PROLIN RAT POISON (READY MIX) 

CERTIFIED CITRONELLA OIL B.P.C. FOR BLACK FLIES AND MOSQUITOES 
SPRECTO PRESSURIZED SPRAY INSECTICIDE WITH REPELLENT 
HARTZ CAT FLEA AND TICK KILLER 
HARTZ DOG FLEA AND TICK KILLER 
HARTZ DOG FLEA POWDER 

PLAQUETTE VAPONA NO-PEST INSECTICIDE (10 IN STRIP) 
HAGEN BIRD BATH FOR BIRDS 
AMWAY PERFUMED MOTH CRYSTALS 
AMWAY D-15 INSECT REPELLENT 
MIROL SHAMPOO FOR DOGS 
GREEN CROSS ANT KILLER LIQUID 
POMOGREEN FLOWER SPRAY 
NOXALL FLEA POWDER FOR DOGS AND CATS 
OFF PRESSURIZED INSECT REPELLENT 

WILSON'S EMULSIFIABLE DORMANT OIL SPRAY SUPERIOR OIL 
INSECT-0-STRIP INSECTICIDE 
PRESSURIZED FLEA SPRAY CONTAINS PYRETHRINS. 

PIPERONYL BUTOXIDE AND METHO 
NIAGARA ANT TRAP WITH KEPONE 

MARQUETTE 5% SEVIN (CARBARYL) DUST INSECTICIDE 
PRESSURIZED CAT FLEA SPRAY 

CUTTER INSECT REPELLENT SPECIAL CREAM FORMULA 
OFF PRESSURIZED INSECT REPELLENT NEW FOAM TYPE 
BAYGON RESIDUAL HOUSEHOLD INSECT SPRAY 
BAYGON HOUSEHOLD INSECT RESIDUAL PRESSURIZED SPRAY 
COOP INSECT REPELLENT PRESSURIZED SPRAY 
HARTZ DOG FLEA SOAP 

BAYTEX 1% GRANULAR RESIDUAL MOSQUITO LARVICIDE 
RAID FLYING INSECT KILLER 
RAID HOUSE AND GARDEN BUG KILLER 
YARD RAID PRESSURIZED OUTDOOR FOGGER - KILLS AND 

REPELS INSECTS 
LION BRAND MOSQUITO COILS 

BLACK FLAG HOUSE AND GARDEN INSECT KILLER 
FLY SCREEN LIQUID. PERSONAL INSECT REPELLENT 
REXALL PRESSURIZED INSECT REPELLENT SPRAY 



203 



864 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 4 



O. Reg. 70/84 



REG- 




A 


IS- 




G 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 


10043 


COO 




10048 


COQ 




10O52 


COO 




10095 


SHL 




10152 


FMC 




10153 


HAU 




10154 


HAU 




10165 


SAF 




10209 


HAC 




10240 


CHG 


CHH 


10266 


INT 




10269 


NOX 




10311 


BOY 




10352 


MBM 


GLE 


10371 


NOX 




10377 


JON 




10398 


IMP 




10403 


HAC 




10415 


INT 




10434 


RAL 




10438 


INT 




10441 


NOX 




10448 


WIL 




10489 


DAL 




10490 


DAL 




10521 


GCP 




10559 


GCP 




10565 


CHP 





10568 



CHP 



10587 


SHL 


10591 


BOY 


10611 


JON 


10652 


GCP 


10704 


MBE 


10705 


MBE 


10706 


HAC 


10707 


HAC 


10713 


CHP 


10726 


MBE 


10777 


BEM 


10781 


REC 


10790 


FUB 


10810 


PIT 


10811 


PIC 



LEE 



PESTICIDE 

COOPER DRI KIL 

COOPER WIPE-ON INSECTICIDE SOLUTION 

COOPER PRESSURIZED FLY SPRAY FOR HORSES AND SHOW STOCK 

FLEA COLLAR FOR DOGS COTAINS DICHLORVOS 

DOG GONE IT REPELLENT SPRAY 

HARTZ NO ! ! IDOOR PET REPELLENT 

HARTZ ! I OUTDOOR PET REPELLENT 

1% DIAZINON INSECTICIDE SOLUTION 

HAGEN SHOWER BATH FOR HAMSTERS 

BAY 9010 0.25% PRESSURIZED DOG AND CAT SPRAY 

CO-OP ANT AND ROACH PRESSURIZED RESIDUAL SPRAY CONTAINS 

DIAZINON, PYRETHRINS AND PIP 
NOXALL DOG FLEA SOAP 
BLACK FLAG ANT AND ROACH KILLER 
BOB MARTIN ANTIMATE FLUID 

NOXALL SCAT'S OFF CAT AND DOG REPELLENT LIQUID 
SCENT-OFF TWIST-ONS DOG AND CAT REPELLENT 
FLIT HOUSE AND GARDEN BUG KILLER 
HAGEN INDOOR REPELLENT FOR CATS 
CO-OP FLY AND MOSQUITO KILLER 
PURINA RUB-ON LIQUID HORSE INSECTICIDE 
CO-OP FLY KILL SPACE SPRAY 
NOXALL PRESSURIZED CAT AND DOG REPELLENT 
WILSON'S PRESSURIZED REPELL - DOG/CAT REPELLENT 
D & L FLEA AND TICK POWDER 
D & L FLEA AND TICK SPRAY 
GREEN CROSS WARFARIN RAT BAIT 
GREEN CROSS ROSE DUST INSECTICIDE-FUNGICIDE 
CHIPMAN ROSE AND GARDEN DUST INSECTICIDE-FUNGICIDE 

(CONTAINS FOLPET, MALATHION 
CHIPMAN GARDEN DUST 

FUNGICIDE (CONTAINS FOLPET, 
IMPROVED PLAQUETTE VAPONA INSECTICIDE NO-PEST STRIP 
BLACK FLAG GUARANTEED BUG KILLER 
SCENT-OFF PELLETS 

GREEN CROSS DOG AND CAT REPELLENT 

MARQUETTE URINEX PRESSURIZED DOG AND CAT REPELLENT 
FORMISOL INSECTICIDE SOUS PRESSION ( EXTERMINATEUR 

PRESSURISE DES FOURMIS ET DE 
HAGEN FLEA POWDER FOR DOGS 
HAGEN FLEA POWDER FOR CATS 
RIDSECT HOUSE AND GARDEN INSECTICIDE 
MARQUETTE POUDRE A ROSIER INSECTICIDE ET FONGICIDE 

CONTIENT CARBARYL. MALATHION 
PARA PIQ HUILE CONTRE LES MOUSTIQUES 
RECORD'S GREEN WOOD PRESERVATIVE 
FULLER REPEL GEL 
K.F.L. INSECTICIDE SHAMPOO 
PIC PRESSURIZED SPRAY INSECT REPELLENT 



204 



O. Reg. 70/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 4 



865 



REG- 




A 


is- 




G 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 



10860 HAV 



HAW 



10862 


BAX 


HAW 


10865 


GCP 




1087 1 


MMC 




10872 


MMC 




10880 


MMC 




10888 


CHG 




10890 


MMC 




10901 


MMC 




10902 


MMC 




10908 


HAV 


HAW 


10919 


MMC 




10920 


MMC 




10921 


GCP 




10945 


REX 




10946 


WIL 




10963 


PIC 


LEE 


10967 


MMC 




11004 


JOH 




1 1074 


CHA 




11105 


JOH 




11171 


NOX 




11172 


NOX 




11183 


CHP 




11 193 


JOH 




11204 


JOH 




11210 


MBE 




11219 


REC 




11257 


ZOC 


ZOO 


11263 


ZOC 


MCG 


11283 


ZOC 


BAI 


11285 


MBE 




11303 


HAU 




11344 


MMC 




11346 


AMW 


AMZ 


11349 


KEM 




11368 


LAL 




11379 


STM 




11383 


WIL 




11384 


WIL 




11388 


MRP 




1 1393 


JON 




1 1403 


JET 


BGM 


1 1404 


CUT 


CUS 


11405 


FMC 




11406 


FMC 




11417 


ZOC 


BAI 


11419 


PHY 


HUB 



PESTICIDE 

PARA BOMB M. PARA BOMB M JR. INSECTICIDE 

PRESSURIZED SPRAY 
PARA S BOMB INSECTICIDE PRESSURIZED SPRAY 
GREEN CROSS CREEPY CRAWLY RESIDUAL LIQUID INSECTICIDE 
SERGEANT'S CAT FLEA POWDER 
SERGEANT'S SKIP-FLEA SHAMPOO 

SERGEANT'S E-Z GROOM FOAM SHAMPOO FOR DOGS AND CATS 
BAYTEX 0.5% READY-TO-USE INSECTICIDE 
SERGEANT'S SKIP-BATH CONTAINS METHOXYCHLOR 
SERGEANT'S SKIP-FLEA SOAP CONTAINS ROTENONE 
SERGEANT'S SENTRY DOG COLLAR CONTAINS DICHLORVOS 
PARA-BAN INSECTICIDE SPRAY FOR DOGS AND CATS 
SERGEANT'S CAT FLEA PRESSURIZED SPRAY 
SERGEANT'S FLEA AND TICK SPRAY 
GREEN CROSS DOG AND CAT GRANULAR REPELLENT 
MULTI-PURPOSE HOUSE AND GARDEN INSECT KILLER 
WILSON'S ROSE AND FLOWER SPRAY 
HAWK MOSQUITO COILS 
SERGEANT'S FLEA AND TICK POWDER 
OFF INSECT REPELLENT 

FIELD BRAND MOSQUITO COILS CONTAINS ALLETHRIN 
RAID MOSQUITO COIL CONTAINS PYRETHRINS 
NOXALL PRESSURIZED CAT AND DOG FLEA SPRAY 
NOXALL DOG FLEA SHAMPOO 
PREMIUM LAWN WEEDKILLER 

RAID MOSQUITO COILS CONTAINS ALLETHRIN 
RAID WASP AND HORNET SPRAY WITH BAYGON 
DETOUR REPULSIF GRANULAIRE 
RECORD'S INSECT REPELLENT 
VAPORETTE FLEA TAG FOR DOGS 
STARBAR THERMOSET INSECT STRIP 

VAPORETTE THERMOSET INSECT STRIP FOR HOME AND OFFICE 
MUSTOX INSECTICIDE POUR LA MAISON, CONTIENT DU BAYGON 
HARTZ FLEA TAG FOR DOGS 
SERGEANT'S SENTRY FLEA TAG 
AMWAY IMPROVED MULTI-PURPOSE BUG SPRAY 
RIDDEX FOG INSECTICIDE SOLUTION 
CEDAR MOTH PROOFER 
WOOD PRESERVATIVE GREEN 
WILSON ANT AND ROACH SPRAY 
WILSON'S WASP & HORNET SPRAY 

ROYAL PRO-TECH NO. 730M400 PRESERVATIF POUR LE BOIS (CUIVRE) 
SCENT-OFF ""RUB STICK'' DOG AND CAT ""TRAINING AID" 
G-96 BRAND INSECT REPELLENT SPRAY PRESSURIZED 
CUTTER INSECT REPELLENT PRESSURIZED SPRAY 
PRESSURIZED LIQUID HOUSE PLANT INSECT KILLER 
PRESSURIZED LIQUID MULTI-PURPOSE INSECT KILLER 
VAPORETTE 4 MONTH INSECT STRIP 
VETZYME JDS DOG SHAMPOO 



205 



866 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 4 



O. Reg. 70/84 



REQ- 




A 


IS- 




G 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 


11430 


REC 




11453 


CBE 




11454 


CBE 




11455 


MMC 




11462 


ZOC 


ZOD 


11464 


GCP 




11471 


GCP 




11481 


JOH 




11507 


HAU 




11516 


TUC 




11517 


TUC 




11537 


MMC 




11541 


NOX 




11619 


LAL 




11620 


LAL 




11727 


PIC 


LEE 


1 1766 


FMC 




11767 


GCP 




11839 


BOY 




11841 


TRO 




11920 


GCP 




11921 


MMC 




12011 


PLG 




12012 


PLG 




12013 


PLG 




12054 


HAU 




12144 


HOS 




12220 


GCP 




12238 


REX 




12346 


AMW 




12348 


ZOE 


ZOD 


12349 


FAV 




12350 


FAV 




12351 


FAV 




12355 


FAV 




12356 


FAV 




12357 


FAV 




12358 


FAV 




12359 


FAV 




12397 


MMC 




12401 


NOZ 




12402 


NOZ 




12460 


CBB 




12476 


CHP 




12485 


CBB 




12541 


CBB 




12591 


SHL 




12671 


CHP 




12673 


CHP 





PESTICIDE 

CANADIAN TIRE INSECT REPELLENT 

MASTERCRAFT MOTH BALLS 

CANADIAN TIRE MASTER CRAFT MOTH CRYSTALS 

SERGEANT'S SENTRY IV DOG COLLAR (FOR LARGE DOGS) 

VAPORETTE FLEA TAG FOR CATS 

GREEN CROSS INSECT STRIP 

GREEN CROSS ANT TRAP 

RAID ANT & ROACH KILLER 

HARTZ FLEA TAG FOR CATS 

FLEA-VAP DOG COLLAR 

FLEA-VAP MEDALLION FOR CATS 

SERGEANTS SENTRY CAT FLEA TAG 

NOXALL ANT TRAP WITH KEPONE 

SUPERKIL HOUSE AND GARDEN INSECTICIDE 

PROTECTION INSECT REPELLENT 

PIC MOSQUITO COIL A-50 

PRUNING PAINT SPRAY 

MOUSE TOX 

BLACK FLAG FLYING INSECT KILLER 

TRL 455 TRO-PELL INSECT REPELLENT 

KIK INSECT REPELLENT 

SERGEANT'S SENTRY IV CAT COLLAR 

STIM-ROOT ROOTING HORMONE POWDER d' 1 

STIM-ROOT ROOTING HORMONE POWDER H2 

STIM-ROOT ROOTING HORMONE POWDER *3 

LONGLIFE ALGI STOP 

TREE WOUND DRESSING 

TANTO INSECT CREAM 

REXALL FLYING INSECT KILLER 

QUICK KILL BUG SPRAY 

VAPORETTE INSECT BLOCK 

FAVORITE FLEA SOAP 

FAVORITE REPELLENT FOR CATS 

FAVORITE REPELLENT 

FAVORITE FLEA POWDER FOR CATS 

FAVORITE FLEA POWDER 

FAVORITE FLEA AND TICK SPRAY FOR CATS 

FAVORITE FLEA AND TICK SPRAY FOR DOGS 

FAVORITE FLEA AND TICK SHAMPOO 

SERGEANT'S SKIP FLEA SOAP 

INSECT REPELLENT LOTION 

TAN AND GUARD LOTION 

CIL DORMANT OIL SPRAY 

CHIPMAN DIAZINON PRESSURIZED SPRAY 

CIL DIAZINON PRESSURIZED SPRAY 

CIL TREE WOUND DRESSING 

VAPONA NO-PEST STRIP 

CHIPMAN PRUNING PAINT 

CHIPMANS DETOUR DOG & CAT REPELLENT SPRAY 



206 



I O. Reg. 70/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 4 



867 



REG- 




A 


IS- 




Q 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 


12782 


WIL 




12788 


INT 




12811 


BOY 




12856 


MBE 




12859 


WIL 




12889 


DIV 




12926 


ZEL 




12928 


MBE 




12945 


REC 




12946 


REC 




12948 


CBB 




12955 


CHP 




12979 


PIC 


LEE 


12987 


TOY 




13003 


AMC 




13028 


HAC 




13029 


HAC 




13030 


HAC 




13055 


ZOC 




13086 


SAF 




13155 


ZEL 




13156 


ZEL 




13157 


ZEL 




13171 


CHP 




13179 


WIL 




13183 


WIL 




13252 


JOH 




13253 


JOH 




13266 


HAU 




13333 


BUX 




13457 


HAU 




13458 


JOH 




13511 


CBB 




13519 


CHP 




13552 


JOH 




13553 


JOH 




13589 


ROA 




13606 


ZOC 


ZOO 


13607 


ZOC 


ROD 


13659 


ZOC 


ZOO 


13660 


ZOC 


ZOD 


13661 


ZOC 


ZOO 


13662 


ZOC 


ZOD 


13692 


WIL 




13701 


CPV 




13716 


DIS 




13746 


MIL 




13850 


YON 





- &?« 



PESTICIDE 

WILSON'S PRUNING PAINT PRESSURIZED 

CO-OP VA-POR FLY STRIP INSECTICIDE 

BLACK FLAG TRIPLE ACTION BUG KILLER 

MARQUETTE ANT TRAPS 

WILSON'S MULTI-WEEDER SPOT TREATMENT 

NUMBERS UP PRESSURIZED SPRAY 

GRANTS FLEA OFF STICK 

INSECTICIDE STRIP (RESIN STRIP) 

NERO INSECT REPELLENT 

NERO HOUSE AND GARDEN BUG KILLER 

CIL PRUNING PAINT 

INSECT STRIP (RESIN STRIP) 

PIC INSECT REPELLENT 

LION MOSOUITO COILS 

AMCHEM TREE HOLD 

HAGEN FLEA KILLER FOR CATS 

HAGEN OUTDOOR REPELLENT FOR DOGS AND CATS 

HAGEN INDOOR REPELLENT FOR DOGS 

V VAPORETTE FLEA AND TICK COLLAR FOR DOGS 

MOXY INSECT KILLER AEROSOL 

ZELLERS FLEA TAG FOR CATS 

ZELLERS FLEA COLLAR FOR DOGS 

ZELLERS FLEA TAG FOR DOGS 

CHIPMAN'S DETOUR DOG AND CAT REPELLENT GRANULAR 

WILSON'S PRESSURIZED HOUSE PLANT INSECT KILLER FOR 

AFRICAN VOILETS 

WILSON'S PRESSURIZED JET INSECT KILLER 

DEEP WOODS FORMULA OFF 

DEEP WOODS FORMULA OFF 

HARTZ 2 IN 1 COLLAR FOR CATS 

RAT AND MOUSE CONTROL 

HARTZ 2 IN 1 COLLAR FOR DOGS 

JOHNSON'S REPELLENT JACKET 

CIL PRESSURIZED HOUSE PLANT SPRAY 

KERIGARD AEROSOL INSECTICIDE 

RAID INSECT STRIP 

JOHNSON'S RAID INSECT BLOCK 

ROACHMASTER INSECTICIDE POWDER 

VAPORETTE FLEA COLLAR FOR DOGS 

VAPORETTE FLEA COLLAR FOR CATS 

VET-KEM FLEA TAG FOR DOGS. 

VET-KEM FLEA TAG FOR CATS. 

VET-KEM FLEA COLLAR FOR CATS 

VET-KEM FLEA COLLAR FOR DOGS. 

WILSONS HOUSEHOLD INSECT SPRAY 

PROVIMI FLEA POWDER 

DISVAP INSECTICIDE STRIP 

BUG-OFF PRETREATED INSECT REPELLENT CLOTH 

ABSORBINE SUPER SHIELD FLY REPELLENT AND INSECTICIDE 



207 



868 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 4 



O. Reg. 70/84 



REQ- 




A 


IS- 




G 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 


13922 


FAR 


PFE 


13978 


RAW 




13990 


JOH 




13993 


FUB 




14013 


FOF 




14014 


FOF 




14018 


ALO 




14020 


GCP 




14024 


CHV 




14057 


WIL 




14059 


HAU 




14090 


CHV 




14116 


WIL 




14119 


OUK 




14121 


DUK 




14125 


JOH 




14126 


JOH 




14127 


JOH 




14128 


JOH 




14129 


JOH 




14130 


JOH 




14152 


GCP 




14153 


RAW 




14191 


CHP 




14192 


MBE 




14219 


WIL 




14285 


HAG 




14292 


STL 




14293 


STL 




14294 


STL 




14318 


GCP 




14326 


WAL 




14333 


AIG 




14334 


AIG 




14346 


STP 




14347 


STP 




14348 


JOH 




14352 


WAL 




14375 


GCP 




14380 


BOY 




14413 


CUT 


CUS 


14463 


GCP 




14489 


MBE 




14490 


CHP 




14495 


RAL 




14496 


LOR 




14514 


JOH 




14573 


ZOC 




14574 


ZOC 





PESTICIDE 

FARNAM SWAT FLY REPELLENT CREAM 

MR GROOM FLEA AND TICK SHAMPOO 

SOFT TOWELETTE 

FULLER MOTH PROOFER CEDAR SCENTED PRESSURIZED SPRAY 

FOSSIL FLOWER HOUSEHOLD POWDER ORGANIC BUG KILLER 

FOSSIL FLOWER GARDEN DUST ORGANIC BUG KILLER 

GREEN EARTH INSECT KILLER 

GREEN CROSS CREEPY CRAWLY PRESSURIZED INSECTICIDE 

ORTHO OUTDOOR INSECT FOGGER 

WILSONS 1% DIAZINON LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

HARTZ RID FLEA DOG SHAMPOO 

ORTHO FLOTOX GARDEN SULPHUR 

WILSONS LIQUID ANTEX 

WOODSOL GREEN PRESERVATIVE 

WOODSOL CLEAR PRESERVATIVE 

RAID FLEA AND TICK COLLAR FOR DOGS 

RAID FLEA TAG FOR CATS 

RAID FLEA COLLAR FOR DOGS 

RAID FLEA COLLAR FOR CATS 

RAID FLEA TAG FOR DOGS 

RAID FLEA AND TICK POWDER FOR CATS AND DOGS 

GREEN CROSS MOUSE BAIT 

RAWLEIGH INSECT REPELLENT 

CHIPMAN MOUSE HOUSE MOUSE BAIT 

MARQUETTE MOUSE HOUSE MOUSE BAIT 

WILSONS DRIONE CRAWLING INSECT KILLER 

HAGEN FLEA AND TICK SHAMPOO FOR DOGS 

6-12 PLUS INSECT REPELLENT STICK 

6-12 PLUS INSECT REPELLENT SPRAY 

6-12 PLUS INSECT REPELLENT LOTION 

GREEN CROSS TREE WOUND DRESSING 

WATKINS INSECT REPELLENT LOTION 

AIR GUARD INSECT REPELLENT HIGH STRENGTH PRESSURIZED 

AIR GUARD BUSH STRENGTH INSECT REPELLENT 

STP INSECT REPELLENT SPRAY 

STP HOUSE AND GARDEN BUG KILLER 

JOHNSON TWENTY AND FIVE INSECT REPELLENT 

WATKINS HOUSE AND FLOWER GARDEN INSECTICIDE 

GREEN CROSS YARD AND PATIO FOGGER 

BLACK FLAG ANT TRAPS WITH BAYGON 

CUTTER INSECT REPELLENT STICK 

GREEN CROSS HORMONE ROOTING POWDER 

MARQUETTE SOIL AND BULB DUST 

CHIPMAN SOIL AND BULB DUST 

PURINA HOME AND GARDEN SPRAY D-4183 

LORRAIN SPRANOX D-4065 

JOHNSON RAID VEGETABLE GARDEN FOGGER 

VET-KEM FLEA AND TICK POWDER 

VAPORETTE FLEA AND TICK POWDER 



208 



O. Reg. 70/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 4 



869 



REG- 




A 


IS- 




« 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 


14577 


CHP 




14604 


CMP 




14605 


CHP 




14668 


SFR 




14674 


PIC 




14679 


M8Y 




14680 


MBY 




14681 


MBY 




14688 


FLF 




14703 


CHP 




14734 


CHP 




14762 


MBE 




14794 


GCP 




14811 


AMW 


AMZ 


14837 


MBE 




14848 


FAR 


PFE 


14851 


GCP 




14890 


STP 




14891 


WOB 




14919 


HAU 




14920 


HAU 




14921 


HAU 




14922 


HAU 




14928 


MMC 




14929 


MMC 




14950 


CHP 




14951 


MBE 




15042 


OEX 


ROA 


15076 


SAF 




15091 


AIQ 




15137 


PRE 




15138 


PRE 




15141 


FAR 


PFE 


15253 


WIL 




15337 


JOH 




15351 


REC 




154 11 


JOH 




15417 


JOH 




15433 


JBL 




15511 


INR 


DEK 


16553 


BRS 




15568 


SAF 




15569 


HAU 




16576 


HAU 




16577 


HAU 




15578 


HAU 




16579 


HAU 




16680 


HAU 




16656 


HAU 





PESTICIDE 

KERIGARD HOUSE PLANT INSECTICIDE NON-AEROSOL 

CHIPMAN ANT AND CRAWLING INSECT KILLER 

CHIPMAN WASP AND HORNET KILLER 

SAFERS INSECTICIDAL SOAP 

PIC INSECT REPELLENT LOTION 

SERADIX ROOTING POWDER NO 1 

SERAOIX ROOTING POWDER NO 2 

SERADIX ROOTING POWDER NO 3 

FLORALIFE HOUSEPLANT INSECT SPRAY 

CHIPMAN LIQUID ANT KILLER 

CHIPMAN KERIROOT ROOTING POWDER 

MARQUETTE INSECTEX INSECTICIDE DUST 

GREEN CROSS TOMATO SET 

AMWAY 0-15 INSECT REPELLENT TOWELETTE 

MARQUETTE LIQUID ANT KILLER 

COUNTRY DOG FLEA AND TICK SPRAY 

GREEN CROSS PREMIUM ROSE AND EVERGREEN DUST 

STP ANT AND ROACH KILLER 

MOTHKILLER MOTH BALLS 

HARTZ 2 IN 1 PLUS LONG LASTING COLLAR FOR PUPPIES 

HARTZ 2 IN 1 PLUS LONG LASTING COLLAR FOR LARGE DOGS 

HARTZ 2 IN 1 PLUS LONG LASTING COLLAR FOR DOGS 

HARTZ 2 IN 1 PLUS LONG LASTING COLLAR FOR CATS 

SERGEANT'S FLEA AND TICK COLLAR FOR DOGS 

SERGEANT'S FLEA AND TICK COLLAR FOR CATS 

BRACO TREE DRESSING ASPHALT EMULSION 

BRACO TREE DRESSING 

TENDER LEAF PLANT INSECT SPRAY 

SANEX SKEETER BOMBS KILL MOSQUITO LAEVAE 

AIR GUARD HOUSE AND GARDEN BUG KILLER 

INSECTICIDE MTC 09-2-4-1 

INSECT REPELLANT SPRAY 

COUNTRY DOG FLEA AND TICK SHAMPOO 

WILSONS POTTED PLANT SOIL INSECTICIDE 

RAID HOUSE AND GARDEN PRESSURIZED SPRAY 

RECORD 100 INSECT REPELLENT 

RAID FLYING INSECT KILLER PRESSURIZED 

RAID ROSE AND FLOWER PRESSURIZED SPRAY 

BF-100 BLACK FLY REPELLENT 

MR RAT GUARD II D ROOENTICIDE 

BRECKS OLE TIME WOODSMAN'S SOLUTION 

SANEX VAPO INSECT STRIP 

HARTZ DOG FLEA SOAP 

HARTZ DOG FLEA AND TICK SPRAY 

HARTZ CAT FLEA AND TICK SPRAY ^ 

HARTZ RID FLEA DOG SHAMPOO 

HARTZ LUSTER BATH FOR DOGS 

HARTZ LUSTER BATH FOR CATS 

HARTZ BIRD PROTECTOR 



209 



870 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 4 



O. Reg. 70/84 



REG- 




A 


IS- 




G 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 


15684 


AVM 




15689 


PUG 




15691 


PUG 




15693 


BOY 




15694 


CGC 




15711 


SAF 




15713 


SAF 




15740 


BOY 




15757 


OOH 




15766 


STO 




15875 


FUB 




15892 


WIL 




15899 


FOF 




15929 


VIK 




15936 


ABE 




15975 


LAT 




15996 


HET 




16007 


ZOE 


ZOO 


16088 


BAX 




16142 


MMC 




16143 


MMC 




16144 


FOF 




16196 


JOH 




16214 


LAT 




16218 


LAT 




16219 


LAT 




16222 


BAX 




16233 


INT 




16283 


dOH 




16313 


ZOE 


ZOD 


16317 


ZOE 


ZOD 


16341 


ZOE 




16487 


PIC 




16515 


WIL 




16516 


WIL 




16528 


HAC 




16529 


HAC 




16534 


BRS 




16538 


BAX 




16546 


WIN 




16553 


WIL 




16600 


LAT 




16606 


FOF 




16607 


FOF 




16701 


ZOE 




16709 


BOY 




16765 


CHP 




16766 


MBE 





PESTICIDE 

AUMOR COMMAND 2 INSECTICIDE SPACE AND CONTACT SPRAY 

PURO-GUARD HOUSE AND GARDEN BUG KILLER 

PURO-GUARD INSECTICIDE FOR ORNAMENTALS , HOUSE PLANTS AND 

BLACK FLAG TRIPLE ACTION BUG KILLER 

SOREXA SUPER MOUSE BAIT READY TO USE IMPREGNATED CANARY 

MOXY PLUS INSECT KILLER PRESSURIZED 

D-PEST INSECT KILLER PRESSURIZED 

BLACK FLAG HOUSE AND GARDEN BUG KILLER 

RAID MOTH PROOFER PRESSURIZED 

STANLEY HOUSE AND GARDEN SPRAY 

FULLER DOMESTIC HOUSE AND GARDEN FORMULA INDOOR OUTDOOR 

WILSONS POTTED PLANT INSECT SPRAY 

FOSSIL FLOWER NATURAL BUG KILLER FOR VEGETABLES 

N'lTCH INSECT REPELLENT 

WACO BUG KILL PRESSURIZED 

LATER'S TOMATO FRUIT SET SPRAY 

DART MOSQUITO COILS 

VAPORETTE FLYING INSECT KILLER 

SENDRAN INSECTICIDE SHAMPOO 

SERGEANTS CAT FLEA SPRAY PRESSURIRED 

SERGEANTS FLEA AND TICK SPRAY FOR DOGS 

FOSSIL FLOWER NATURAL BUG KILLER FOR PETS 

JOHNSON RAID WEED KILLER 

LATER'S ANT KILLER LIQUID 

LATER'S LATHRIN CONCENTRATE (1 TO 3) INSECTICIDE 

LATER'S LATHRIN READY-TO-USE INSECT SPRAY 

SENDRAN TICK AND FLEA DAB-ON 

CO-OP INSECT KILLER PRESSURIZED SPRAY 

DEEP WOODS OFF! LIQUID INSECT REPELLENT 

VAPORETTE YARD AND PATIO FOGGER 

VAPORETTE ANT AND ROACH KILLER 

FLYING INSECT KOILS 

PIC ANT TRAP 

WILSON'S ROOTS LIQUID ROOT STIMULATOR WITH FUNGICIDE 

WILSON'S FRUIT SET FOR TOMATOES 

HAGEN FLEA COLLAR FOR LARGE DOGS 

HAGEN FLEA COLLAR FOR CATS 

BRtCK'S OLE TIME WOODSMAN'S INSECT REPELLENT LOTION 

SENDRAN IL FLEP AND TICK COLLAR 

VETATIX INSECTICIDAL SHAMPOO FOR DOGS AND CATS 

WILSONS CUTWORM AND SOWBUG BAIT 

LATER'S DIPHA-TOX RAT AND MOUSE BAIT 

FOSSIL FLOWER NATURAL BUG KILLER LIQUID CONCENTRATE 

FOSSIL FLOWER NATURAL BUG KILLER LIQUID FOR HOUSE PLANTS 

BLES AND TREES 

VAPORETTE BROMONE MOUSE KILLER MEAL 

BLACK FLAG OUTDOOR FOGGER 

CHIPMAN KERIGARD INSECTICIDE FUNGICIDE 

MARQUETE SOLGARD LAWN AND SOIL INSECTICIDE DUST 



GARDENS 
SEED 



VEGETi 



210 



O. Reg. 70/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 4 



871 



REG- 




A 


IS- 




G 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 


16773 


CHP 




16774 


MBE 




16782 


CHP 




16832 


JOH 




16867 


GCP 




16888 


MBE 




17033 


HAC 




17038 


BOY 




17083 


SUF 




17084 


SUF 




17085 


MOL 




17151 


WIL 




17194 


BOY 





PESTICIDE 

FORMISOL PRESSURIZED ANT AND CRAWLING INSECT KILLER 

FORMISOL PRESSURIZED ANT AND CRAWLING INSECT KILLER 

CHIPMAN SOLGARD LAWN AND SOIL INSECT DUST 

JOHNSON RAID CRACK AND CREVICE PRESSURIZED SPRAY 

GREEN CROSS BUG KILLER INSECTICIDE DUST 

MARQUETTE RIDSECT PRESSURIZED SPRAY 

HAGEN BIRD GUARD 

BLACK FLAG NOOK AND CRANNY BUG KILLER 

NO-NAME FLEA COLLAR FOR DOGS 

NO NAME FLEA COLLAR FOR CATS 

MUSKOL INSECT REPELLENT 

WILSON ANT TRAP 

BLACK FLAG HOUSE AND GARDEN BUG KILLER 



211 



872 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 70/84 








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O 




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O 




o 


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Oh 


Oh 




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o 


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w 


w 


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CO 


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212 



O. Reg. 70/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 5 



873 



REG- 




A 


IS- 




G 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 


03015 


CHP 




03891 


PLG 




05710 


CHG 


CHH 


06789 


SHL 




07946 


FMC 




08050 


PHL 




08106 


CHG 


CHH 


08740 


CHG 


CHH 


08779 


PLG 




09275 


CHG 


CHH 


09276 


PHL 




09519 


CHG 


CHH 


09913 


BAD 


LEI 


10011 


SHL 




10101 


CHG 


CHH 


10363 


FMC 




10392 


CHG 


CHH 


10741 


SHL 




10828 


CHG 


CHH 


10868 


DUO 




11144 


NAP 




11212 


FMC 




11334 


PHL 




12287 


CHG 


CHH 


12347 


UAJ 




12434 


CHV 




12556 


VAR 




13334 


STF 




13336 


CGA 




13736 


KEM 




13956 


PFF 




14086 


CHG 


CHH 


14731 


NCR 




14777 


NCR 




14952 


PFF 




15204 


RPC 


KEM 


15205 


RPC 


KEM 


15268 


CYC 




15645 


SOL 




15735 


ABE 




15736 


ABE 




16351 


DEG 


ABE 


16412 


CHP 




16530 


CAS 


PNX 


16531 


CAS 


PNX 


16892 


UNR 




17037 


CYC 





PESTICIDE 

CHIPMAN 15% PARATHION WETTABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE 

PLANT-FUME 103 INSECTICIDE SMOKE FUMIGATOR 

SYSTOX SPRAY CONCENTRATE SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 

PHOSDRIN LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

PHOSDRIN INSECTICIDE 

PHOSTOXIN COATED TABLETS 

GUTHION SPRAY CONCENTRATE 

DI-SYSTQN LIQUID CONCENTRATE SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE CONTAINS 

DISULFOTON 

PLANTFUME PARATHION SMOKE FUMIGATORS 

DASANIT SPRAY CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE - NEMATOCIDE 

PHOSTOXIN (COATED PELLETS) 

DI-SYSTON 15% GRANULAR SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 

PARATHION EMULSIFIABLE LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

BIPLANE INSECTICIDE 25% WETTABLE POWDER 

GUTHION 50% WETTABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE CONTAINS 

AZINPHOS-METHYL 

FURADAN 4.8 FLOWABLE INSECTICIDE LIQUID CONCENTRATE 

SYSTOX-6 LIQUID CONCENTRATE SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE CONTAINS 

DEMETON 

BIRLANE 40 EMULSIBLE CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

FURADAN 4.8 FLOWABLE SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 

DU PONT LANNATE 

CARZOL SP MITICIDE 

GUTHION 50-W AZINPHOS-METHYL INSECTICIDE WETTABLE POWDER 

PHOSTOXIN (COATED TABLETS) FOR GROUND HOG CONTROL 

MONITOR 4.8 

TEMIK 10G CONTAINS ALDICARB 

ORTHO MONITOR INSECTICIDE 

GUARDSMAN PARATHION 9.6 EC 

DYFONATE 20 G SOIL INSECTICIDE 

SUPRACIDE 25 EC INSECTICIDE 

DETIA GAS EX B 

PFIZER PARATHION 960 

MATACIL 1 .8 OSC 

NIAGARA AQUA PARATHION 800 E 

NIAGARA PARATHION 15 WP 

PFIZER PARATHION 15 WP 

DETIA PELLETS FOR THE CONTROL OF STORED-PRODUCT INSECT PESTS 

DETIA TABLETS FOR THE CONTROL OF STORED-PRODUCT INSECT PESTS 

COUNTER 15G SOIL INSECTICIDE 

AZINPHOS METHYL 50 W INSECTICIDE 

DEGESCH PHOSTOXIN COATED PELLETS 

DEGESCH PHOSTOXIN COATED TABLETS 

DEGESCH PHOSTOXIN TABLETS 

CHIPMAN AZINPHOS-METHYL 50 WP 

GASTOXIN FUMICATION PELLETS 

GASTOXIN FUMIGATION TABLETS 

AZINPHOS METHYL 50 W 

COUNTER 5G SOIL INSECTICIDE GRANULAR 

O. Reg. 70/84, s. 6, part. 



213 



874 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 6 



O. Reg. 70/84 



REG- 


A 


IS- 


G 


TRA- 


E 


TION 


REGIS- N 


NO 


TRANT T 


00106 


WAL 


00646 


RAW 


00780 


GAP 


00840 


WEP 


00873 


BAT 


00977 


NUA 


01012 


JIT 


01079 


EAN 


01087 


FLR 


01 147 


WOB 


01268 


SAF 


01404 


CHP 


01683 


GCP 


01935 


NUA 


01982 


AER 


01988 


WHL 


02039 


SAF 


02076 


SHL 


02286 


SHL 


02800 


BAI 


02806 


DIV 


02887 


CBG 


02900 


CBL 


03141 


CHP 


03189 


BAI 


03416 


IMP 


03430 


GCP 


03555 


KIN 


03600 


KEM 


03639 


TUC 


03661 


IDA 


03740 


KEM 


03788 


PIE 


03836 


WOB 


03881 


ERG 


03918 


CHP 


03925 


AIR 


03929 


KEM 


04103 


LAT 


04111 


KEM 


04119 


HAF 


04152 


CHP 


04305 


SAF 


04316 


REX 


04627 


INT 


04802 


SAO 


04991 


GAH BAU 


05001 


GAH BAU 


05140 


INT 



PESTICIDE 

WATKINS INSECT DUST 

RAWLEIGH INSECT DUST 

GARDO NO. 151 LOUSE POWDER CONTAINS ROTENONE 

VAPOSECTOR LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

BARTLETT MICROSCOPIC WETTABLE SULPHUR 

NULIFE GETS-OL CAT FLEA POWDER 

OITOMITE CRYSTALS PARADICHLOROBENZENE 

MOTH CRYSTALS PARADICHLOROBENZENE 

FLORICIDE 

WOODS NO. 1058 SUPERSECT - SPACE AND CONTACT INSECTICIDE 

HIGH TEST INSECT SPRAY 

CHIPMAN LOUSE POWDER ROTENONE INSECTICIDE 

GREEN CROSS LIVESTOCK LOUSE POWDER 

NULIFE GETS-01 DOG FLEA POWDER 

BUG-BLITZER AEROSOL INSECTICIDE 

WHITOLINEUM COMMERCIAL GRADE CARBOLINEUM 

FLEA-X CAT AND DOG INSECTICIDE SHAMPOO 

AGRICULTURAL WEEDKILLER NO. 1 

NEUTROL EMULSIBLE DORMANT SPRAY OIL 

COMMANDO AEROSOL INSECTICIDE 

DIVERSIDE K-INSECTICIDE 

MIX-ODOR PARADICHLOROBENZENE 

CARDICIDE INSECTICIDE A SPACE AND CONTACT SPRAY 

ATOX VEGETABLE DUST ROTENONE INSECTICIDE 

SUPER MICROSOL INSECTICIDE 

ESSO WEED KILLER 350 

GREEN CROSS DERITOX GARDEN GUARD REFILL 

KING 1% ROTENONE DUST INSECTICIDE 

RIDDEX SPECIAL STRENGTH INSECTICIDE 

WARFARIN BAIT PAKS (MEAL OR PELLETS) 

TUE-MITE NEO ANTI-MITE MOTH KILLER 

DED-RAT PREPARED RODENTICIDE (CONTAINING WARFARIN) 

PIED PIPER RAT AND MOUSE KILLER 

WOODS MICROSECT 

READY TO USE WARFARIN BAIT 

CHIPMAN MICROFINE SULPHUR 92 FUNGICIDE 

AIR-WAY MOTH CONTROL (PARADICHLOROBENZENE) 

RIDDEX FIFTY INSECTICIDE 

LATER'S 1% ROTENONE DUST INSECTICIDE 

RIDDEX EIGHTY CONCENTRATED INSECTICIDE 

DETH RAT-MOUSE EXTERMINATOR 

CHIPMAN DAIRY. MILL AND LIVESTOCK SPRAY INSECTICIDE 

RODENTKIL WARFARIN BAIT 

REXALL MOTH PROOFER PRESSURIZED SPRAY 

CO-OP FARM BUILDING OIL SPRAY 

INSECTICIDE MIRO PYRENONE 

"ARNOLD" SULPH-0-SPRAY 

"ARNOLD" P-R (PYRETHRUM-ROTENONE) 

CO-OP GARDEN INSECT DUST CONTAINS ROTENONE 



214 



O. Reg. 70/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 6 



875 



REG- 




A 


IS- 




G 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 


05293 


LAT 




05385 


RER 




05386 


HIL 




05434 


HIL 




05436 


HIL 




05437 


KIN 




05458 


GEK 




05468 


HIL 




05565 


OSD 




05663 


INT 




05780 


INT 




05834 


KIN 




06063 


LAT 




06086 


PAU 




06109 


ABE 




06126 


KEM 




06159 


VIT 


VIR 


06213 


MEX 




06325 


LAT 




06412 


STO 




06414 


STO 




06496 


NOX 




06525 


RAW 




06599 


RER 




06675 


CHR 




06701 


BRJ 




06826 


AVM 




06840 


CHP 




06858 


WAK 


WAL 


06907 


SVC 




06909 


SVC 




06957 


PEN 




06959 


PHP 




06975 


INT 




06981 


PEC 




06983 


PEC 




07035 


HOL 




07127 


HOS 




07146 


WOB 




07172 


SAF 




07222 


WIL 




07226 


STM 




07228 


STM 




07317 


FLR 




07549 


VIT 


VIR 


07593 


AVM 




07638 


GRI 




07652 


GCP 





PESTICIDE 

LATER 'S GARDEN SULPHUR - FUNGICIDE 

REL-EX RAT DESTROYER 

HILO DRY BATH PRESSURIZED SPRAY FOR DOGS 

HILO FLEA & FUNGUS POWDER 

HILO DIP WITH ROTENONE. CONCENTRATED RINSE FOR DOGS 

KING 4% MALATHION DUST INSECTICIDE 

BRANTFORD FLY BOMB 

HILO FLEA TICK AND INSECT SPRAY PRESSURIZED 

PENTOX PRIMER SEALER WOOD PRESERVATIVE DARK GREEN 

CO-OP LOUSE POWDER CONTAINS ROTENONE INSECTICIDE 

CO-OP FLOWER AND GARDEN FUNGICIDE INSECTICIDE 

KING INSECT REPELLENT BOMB 

LATER'S WARBLE FLY WASH 

PAULA INSECT KILLER BOMB 

WACO 50-7 INDUSTRIAL INSECTICIDE 

RIDDEX INSECTICIDE, CONTAINING SULFOXIDE AND PYRETHRINS 

VIRCHEM TWENTY-THREE AEROSOL INSECTICIDE 

METEORICIDE PARADICHLOROBENZENE CRYSTALS 

LATER'S DORMANT OIL SPRAY 

REPEX INSECT REPELLENT -LOTION 

REPEX INSECT REPELLENT -PRESSURIZED 

NOXALL FLEA-NEK-TYE WITH LINDANE FOR DOGS AND CATS 

RAWLEIGH RAT AND MOUSE KILLER 

STOP PEST RODENT DESTROYER 

K-M INSECTICIDE SPACE AND CONTACT SPRAY 

LA SALLE POISON A RATS ET SOURIS 

MOTH KILLER AND DEODORANT PARADICHLOROBENZENE 

CHIPMAN GRAIN PROTECTANT MALATHION INSECTICIDE DUST 

WATKINS DEODORANT MOTH BLOCKS 

MERCURY KILLROT B GREEN WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

MERCURY KILLROT E-B CLEAR WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

PESTROY READY MIXED WARFARIN 

PRESERVA-PRIMER COPPER NAPHTHANATE WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

CO-OP 4% MALATHION DUST 

VITOX PRESERVATIVE (GREEN) 

VITOX PRESERVATIVE (COLOURLESS) CONTAINS ZINC NAPHTHENATE 

HOLCOMB INSEKON SPACE AND CONTACT AEROSOL SPRAY 

1-30 TOXO A FOR WOOD. A COPPER NAPHTHENATE PRESERVATIVE 

INSECT KILLER. METHOXYCHLOR , PYRETHRINS AND PIPERONYL 

BUTOXIDE - PRESSURIZED SPRAY 

FOOD PROCESSORS SPRAY (10-1) 

WILSON'S WARFARIN RAT AND MOUSE KILLER 

ZINTEX PRESERVATIVE SOLUTION 

COPPERTEX PRESERVATIVE SOLUTION 

FLOREX VAPORISOR 

VIRCHEM TWENTY-FOUR AEROSOL INSECTICIDE 

AVMOR COMMAND HOUSE AND GARDEN SPACE AND CONTACT SPRAY 

APPAT A RAT CONTINENT WARFARIN 

GREEN CROSS BUG KILLER 5% SEVIN (CARBARYL) DUST INSECTICIDE 



215 



876 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 6 



O. Reg. 70/84 



REG- 




A 


IS- 




G 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


^M) 


TRANT 


T 


07668 


ROR 




07670 


ROR 




07681 


ALT 




07694 


WHL 




07708 


ENI 




07710 


ENI 




07716 


SAO 




07720 


CBE 




07751 


SAO 




07754 


INT 




07766 


INT 




07768 


INT 




07857 


ABE 




07902 


CBL 




07947 


ABE- 




07951 


BLB 




08036 


CBA 




08087 


FRD 




08134 


WEP 




08155 


KEM 




08198 


CAO 




08214 


CBL 




08232 


CBM 


DIV 


08243 


STF 




08338 


CAT 




08403 


ORM 




08426 


MIJ 




08464 


SAN 




08484 


SCO 




08515 


INT 




08571 


NAC 




08578 


WAK 


WAL 


08586 


AMW 


AHZ 


08590 


SHL 




08639 


ELS 




08668 


PFC 




08676 


WIL 




08679 


GCP 


GCP 


08685 


NAC 




08702 


LAT 




087 13 


CBA 




08718 


POP 




08744 


WAK 


WAL 


08765 


NAC 




08812 


dOH 




08820 


PRP 




08823 


LAT 




08825 


GAP 





PESTICIDE 

ROZ-TOX WP-1 GREEN WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

ROZ-TOX WP-2 CLEAR WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

AL-SI CRISTAUX PARADICHLOROBENZENE 

WHITMOYER PROLIN RAT AND MOUSE BAIT 

ENSIGN 320 WOOD PRESERVER (GREEN) 

ENSIGN 320 WOOD PRESERVER (CLEAR) CONTAINING ZINC 

MIRO PYRENONE (HOUSE AND GARDEN) INSECTICIDE 

MASTERCRAFT GREEN WOOD .ROPE AND FABRIC PRESERVATIVE 

MIROZONE-MOTH CRYSTALS- INSECTICIDE 

CO-OP ROSE DUST OR SPRAY INSECTICIDE FUNGICIDE 

CO-OP BARN SPRAY RONNEL 

CO-OP BARN SPRAY AND BACKRUBBER CONCENTRATE 

WACO DIA-ONE-INSECTICIDE SPRAY CONTAINING DIAZINON 

CARDEL SPECIAL STOCK AND DAIRY SPRAY 

WACO MAL - THANE FOGGING OIL 

AVENARIUS CARBOLINEUM 

COPPER NAPHTHENATE - WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

LOUSE GRUB KILLER 

FLYBANE - AEROSOL INSECTICIDE 

RIDDEX SUPER CONCENTRATED INSECTICIDE 

BULLDOG GRIP GREEN WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

CARMILL NEW FORMULA - A SPACE AND CONTACT - INSECTICIDEE 

CARBOLA WHITE DISINFECTANT AND INSECTICIDE WETTABLE POWDER 

CONTAINS RONNEL 

MAGNETIC 6 FLOWABLE SULFUR FUNGICIDE 

RESIDU-ALL INSECTICIDE 

TENOCIDE PRESSURIZED SPRAY 

MID-WEST AEROSOL INSECTICIDE SPRAY 

SANFAX 489 M READY TO USE RAT KILLER 

MORT-AUX-RATS, CONTENANT WARFARIN 

CO-OP LIVESTOCK SPRAY WITH RONNEL 

DOUBLE QUICK LIQUID INSECTICIDE SPRAY 

WATKINS QUALITY INSECTICIDAL BACKRUBBER OIL 

AMWAY BUG PRESSURIZED SPRAY 

NEUTROL EMULSIBLE SUPERIOR SPRAY OIL 

INDUSTRIAL AEROSOL INSECTICIDE 

FINA WEED KILLER HERBICIDE 197 

WILSON'S PROLIN RAT AND MOUSE KILLER PELLETS 

GREEN CROSS TANTOO LIQUID INSECT REPELLENT 

NATIONAL CHEMSEARCH PYRA FOG 100 INSECT SPRAY 

LATER'S BACK RUBBER OIL WITH RONNEL 

ZINC NAPHTHENATE WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

POULIN'S PROLIN RAT POISON (READY MIX) 

WATKINS RAT AND MOUSE KILLER BAIT STATION 

ELDRIN INSECTICIDE 

JOHNSON'S RAID SPACE AND CONTACT INSECT SPRAY 

PRES-SURE INSECT REPELLENT AEROSOL SPRAY 

LATER'S PROLIN MOUSE AND RAT KILLER 

GARDO NO. 24-P PROLIN PELLETS READY TO USE RODENTICIDE CONTA 



INS 



216 



O. Reg. 70/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 6 



877 



REG- 




A 


is- 




6 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 


08832 


MOR 




08836 


PRP 




08907 


COY 




08915 


PLA 


6IE 


08926 


SAM 




09060 


PRP 




09061 


DOL 




09081 


CHP 




09083 


KVL 




09144 


LAT 




09164 


GAP 





09166 



GAP 



09179 


CHP 


09194 


MEN 


09222 


MBE 


09230 


SAF 


09328 


LAT 


09352 


COQ 


09360 


NEO 


09371 


ABE 


09374 


HEG 


09376 


HEG 


09383 


SAN 


09385 


FMC 


09413 


GAP 


09460 


BRG 


09481 


SAA 


09488 


FRC 


09520 


DIT 


09542 


BAT 


09607 


CHP 


09612 


PEB 


09628 


ORM 


09633 


PAU 


09654 


CAT 


09686 


TRO 


09703 


ORM 


097 11 


CO I 


09769 


TAI 


09770 


TAI 


09783 


COS 


09799 


CAV 


09812 


SAN 


09819 


DEA 



PSA 



FRD 



PESTICIDE 

WARFARIN AND SULFAOUINOXALINE 

0D0RAL-PARADICHL0R0BEN2ENE-M0TH KILLER AND DEODORIZER 

PRES-SURE ANT AND ROACH RESIDUAL SPRAY 

MORT-AUX-RATS ET SOURIS "UNIQUE" 

BEEF-EEZ FORMULA #3 KORLAN BACKRUBBER OIL INSECTICIDE CONTAINS 

RONNEL 

LAURENTIDE CRISTAUX A MITES 

PRES-SURE HOUSE & GARDEN INSECTICIDE AEROSOL SPRAY 

DOMINION DUSTING POWDER FOR VETERINARY USE ONLY 

SEVIN 5% DUST GENERAL PURPOSE INSECTICIDE 

K-VET SEVIN POULTRY AND LIVESTOCK INSECT DUST 

LATER'S PYRETHRIN DUST 

GARDO FLEA & ITCH POWDER FOR DOGS CONTAINS PYRETHRINS PIPERONYL 

BUTOXIDE ROTENONE, AND DICHLOR 

GARDO CAT FLEA POWDER, CONTAINS PYRETHRINS, PIPERONYL BUTOXIDE 

AND ROTENONE 

CHIPMAN DORMANT OIL SPRAY 

CRISTAUX DE PARADICHLORBENZENE 99% ANTIMITES 

WARFARIN PLUS PROLIN BAIT 

PYRONIDE 5 SPACE AND CONTACT INSECTICIDE 

LATER'S INDOOR INSECT PLANT BOMB 

COOPERMATIC FLY KILLER 

DIPHACIN (READY MIX) RAT AND MOUSE KILLER BAIT 

WACO PYRENONE SPRAY 5-25 

HERITAGE ROACH SPRAY 

HERITAGE CONTACT INSECT SPRAY 

SANFAX ROACH 'N ANT KILLER LIQUID 

REDI-NIPS (A PREPARED PROLIN BAIT) KILLS RATS - MICE 

GARDO NO. 24M PROLIN MEAL CONTAINS WARFARIN AND 

SULTAQUINOXALINE 

ROT COP WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

WONDER SPRAY MALATHION SOLUTION RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE 

CINCH FLY BOMB FOR HORSES 

DIAZINON 2D - 2% DUST FOR COCKROACH CONTROL 

BARTLETT SUPERIOR 70 OIL EMULSIFIABLE INSECTICIDE 

CHIPMAN SELF-EMULSIFYING SUPERIOR SPRAY OIL 70 

CHEMITEK C.B. COPPER BASE PRESERVATIVE 

KENNEL SPRAY PRESSURIZED RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE 

PAULA 410 LIQUID INSECT REPELLENT 

KILLERSECT SPACE AND CONTACT INSECTICIDE 

TROJAN CHEMICALS TRL 11 

FLEA SHAMPOO 

AEROSOL INSECT KILLER SPACE AND CONTACT SPRAY 

CUPROTECT CLEAR WATER REPELLENT WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

CUPROTECT GREEN WATER REPELLENT WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

LIQUID ROACH SPRAY 

EXTERMO JET AEROSOL 

SUPER SANFAX INSECTICIDE CONCENTRATE 

DEANCO TIMBERGARD CLEAR, WOOD PRESERVATIVE 



217 



878 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 6 



O. Reg. 70/84 



REG- 




A 


IS- 




G 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 


09820 


OEA 




09822 


SAK 




09836 


ABE 




09850 


MCX 




09857 


STD 




09868 


ALT 




09915 


KAL 


TAC 


09928 


CAT 




09929 


SAM 




09936 


HDL 




09937 


HOL 




09941 


MOP 




09947 


SAP 




09962 


MOP 




09979 


GCP 




09999 


NIM 




10029 


PIC 


CO I 


10043 


COO 




10048 


COO 




10078 


NAC 




1OO80 


NIM 




10081 


NIM 




10082 


NIM 




10120 


SAP 




10122 


LAT 




10124 


LAT 




10125 


INP 




10126 


INP 




10151 


NIM 




10155 


MED 


BEL 


10164 


CBL 




10165 


SAP 




10168 


SHL 




10180 


PRC 


PRO 


10181 


SAP 




10195 


PRC 


PRO 


10196 


PRO 




10214 


PMC 




10218 


TRO 




10219 


TRO 




10238 


GCP 




10250 


CBR 


MCM 


10251 


CBR 


MCM 


10252 


CBR 


MCM 


10254 


SAN 




10255 


SAN 





PESTICIDE 

DEANCO TIMBERGARD GREEN WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

PURGE PLYING INSECT KILLER 

TOSSIT MOSQUITO LARVICIDE CAPSULES 

MCEWEN'S LICE KILLER 

STAN-CHEM POTATO-GARD LIQUID DISINPECTANT 

INSECT REPELLENT SPRAY 

KALIUM EXTRA-TAIL REPELLENT SPRAY FOR HORSES 

MOMAR SUPER CONCENTRATED KLUNK AEROSOL INSECT KILLER 

LAUREN-SECT LIOUIDE REPULSIF D'INSECTE 

HOLCOMB INSERID - 100 RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE CONTAINS 

PYRETHRINS, PIPERONYL BUTOXIDE 

HOLCOMB INSEKON - 100 SPACE AND CONTACT SPRAY INSECTICIDE 

PLEAPET SHAMPOO DETERGENT FOR DOGS CONTAINS LINDANE, PYRETHRINS 

AND PIPERONYL BUTOXIDE 

DYNA-POG M-L LIQUID INSECTICIDE SOLUTION 

MALAPET PLEA POWDER CONTAINING PERFUMED MALATHION 

GREEN CROSS ANT, ROACH AND SPIDER BLASTER 

NIP-CO BAYGON ANT/ROACH NIP INSECTICIDE SPRAY 

INSIDE OUTSIDE PRESSURIZED BUG KILLER 

COOPER DRI KIL 

COOPER WIPE-ON INSECTICIDE SOLUTION 

SQUAD AEROSOL INSECTICIDE 

NIP-CO ROSE AND FLOWER BOMB. INSECTICIDE-MITICIDE 

BUG-NIP PRESSURIZED HOUSE AND GARDEN BUG KILLER 

NIP-CO LIVESTOCK INSECTICIDE BOMB-BUG KILLER AND REPELLENT 

PYRONIDE 33 SPACE AND CONTACT SPRAY INSECTICIDE 

LATER 'S HOUSE AND GARDEN INSECT BOMB 

LATER 'S LOUSE POWDER 

RANCHTONE WOOD PRESERVATIVE GREEN 

INTERLUX INTERTOX WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

NIP-CO HAB-IT-NIP, DOG AND CAT REPELLENT SPRAY 

DOG SHIELD REPELLENT SPRAY FOR PERSONAL PROTECTION PROM DOG 

ATTACK 

CARDEL MALATHION 2% BACK-RUBBER INSECTICIDE SOLUTION 

1% DIAZINON INSECTICIDE SOLUTION 

SUPREME 70 SUMMER SPRAY OIL INSECTICIDE 

CINCH WIPE ON PLY REPELLENT FOR HORSES 

SANEX PRO INDUSTRIAL AEROSOL 

GAYPET PLEA-TICK POWDER FOR DOGS AND CATS 

GAY PET PLEA TICK KILLER FOR DOGS AND CATS 

DRIONE ANT ROACH DESTROYER POWDER 

TROJAN CHEMICALS FOG-SECT 

TROJAN CHEMICALS SECT-0-BAN 

GREEN CROSS JET SPRAY HORNET AND WASP BLASTER 

CARMEL FORMULA P-3 INSECTICIDE FOGGING SOLUTION 

CARMEL POOD PLANT INSECTICIDE FORMULA F-5 

CARMEL FORMULA F-9 AN INSECTICIDE FOGGING SOLUTION 

SANPAX PERMA-KILL LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

SANPAX PERMA-KILL AEROSOL INSECTICIDE 



218 



O. Reg. 70/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 6 



879 



REG- 




A 


IS- 




G 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 


10259 


TIM 




10268 


IMP 




10270 


FRC 


FRO 


10271 


EAT 


PSA 


10281 


FAR 


MCC 


10284 


FAR 


MCC 


10312 


VIN 




10315 


SAN 




10318 


COP 




10321 


LAV 




10323 


KEM 




10328 


AN I 


FIT 


10343 


CUT 


CUS 


10345 


SAN 




10372 


FAR 


MCC 


10373 


FAR 


MCC 


10375 


FAR 


MCC 


10378 


LEO 





10381 



SHL 



10383 


CBR 


10389 


DIT 


10409 


FAR 


10425 


dIT 


10440 


PWO 


10443 


PLG 


10475 


MEX 


10487 


COX 


10501 


CBR 


10510 


AIK 


10523 


PRE 


10527 


MCC 


10528 


FAR 


10530 


MCC 


10539 


CAI 


10549 


BRP 


10551 


ORM 


10557 


KEM 


10570 


WEP 


10576 


CHG 


10591 


BOY 


10635 


SAF 


10645 


INT 


10648 


KEM 



SAF 



MCC 



MCM 



MCC 



CHH 



PESTICIDE 

TIME-MIST INSECTICIDE AEROSOL 

FLIT MLO MOSQUITO LARVICIDE OIL 

GAYPET DOG SHAMPOO 

BAKER'S ALL-WEATHER BAIT BLOCKS 

REPEL-X FLY SPRAY EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 

TOP-GLOSS PRESSURIZED SPRAY COAT DRESSING. CONDITIONER AND 

ILY REPELLENT 

VIOBIN ROTEKIL ANIMAL LOUSE POWDER CONTAINS ROTENONE 

SANFAX SUPER-FOG LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

FEDEREE PRESERVATIF POUR BOIS, VERT G - 17 2% CUIVRE 

LAURENTIDE PRESERVATIF POUR BOIS, VERT G-17 

RIDDEX SUPREME INSECTICIDE SOLUTION 

HALT DOG REPELLENT SPRAY 

CUTTER INSECT REPELLENT FOAM 

SUPER SANFAX INSECTICIDE CONCENTRATED AEROSOL 

FARNAM FLYS-AWAY FLY REPELLENT PRESSURIZED SPRAY 

FARNAM FLYS-AWAY ANIMAL FLY REPELLENT WIPES 

WIPE WIPE-ON FLY REPELLENT LIQUID 

TROPI -GUARD AEROSOL 

INSECTICIDES 
SUPREME 70 SPRAY OIL 
INSECTICIDE 

CARMEL FORMULA F2 FOGGING SOLUTION 

PYRATEX 101E MILL SPRAY CONCENTRATE, EMULSIFIABLE LIQUID 
INSECTICIDE CONTAINS PIPERONYL 
FARNAM FLYS-AWAY FLY REPELLENT STICK 
JITO REPEL-N ANTIMOUSTIQUE AEROSOL 
PES-SAN RAT AND MOUSE DESTROYER 
DORMANT OIL SPRAY EMULSIFIABLE INSECTICIDE 
MET-SCAT PRESSURIZED INSECT REPELLENT 
L'HUILE REPULSIF CONTRE LES MOUSTIQUES 
FORMULA MU-13 INSECTICIDE FOGGING SOLUTION 
ENTACIDE INSECTICIDE 
INVADE 

MCCLELLAND WARFARIN SURE KILL THRO PAKS RODENTICIDE 
FARNAM GRAND CHAMPION INSTANT COAT BRIGHTENER AND CONDITIONER 
FLY REPELLENT FORMULA 

MCCLELLAND WARFARIN SURE KILL THRO PAKS RODENTICIDE MEAL 
SHUR-GAIN RAT KILL BAIT CONTAINING WARFARIN 
BROCK PRESSURIZED INSECTICIDE 
LIQUACIDE FLEA KILLER DEODORANT SPRAY 
KEM-SAN ROACH SPRAY CONCENTRATE 
AERO-WEST INSbCTICIDE AEROSOL (METERED) 
BAYGON 1 % RESIDUAL SPRAY INSECTICIDE 
BLACK FLAG GUARANTEED BUG KILLER 
RODENTKIL - WAX BLOCKS 
CO-OP BUG KILLER INSECTICIDE DUST 

RIDDEX FORMULA M P B INSECTICIDE SOLUTION CONTAINING MALATHION 
PYRETHRINS AND PIPERONYL BUTOX 



219 



880 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 6 



O. Reg. 70/84 



REG- 




A 


IS- 




G 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 


10709 


KIN 


CQQ 


10723 


CAY 




10738 


LAT 




10739 


COS 




10747 


TWI 




10760 


KEM 




10761 


KEM 




10770 


AIG 




1077 1 


AIG 




10785 


PSA 




10802 


TRO 




10803 


COS 




10812 


DIT 





10814 DIT 



10822 


KEM 




10836 


DIT 




10843 


KEM 




10844 


CAY 




10845 


CAY 




10846 


COS 




10859 


TRM 


DOL 


10861 


HAV 


HAW 


10863 


BAX 


HAW 


10878 


UNR 




10881 


KEM 




10882 


DIT 




10883 


DIT 




10917 


TRO 




10923 


KEM 




10937 


INJ 




10938 


INJ 




10939 


INJ 




10940 


INJ 




10955 


KEM 




10956 


KEM 




10987 


ORM 




10994 


MIF 


NOE 


10996 


GCP 




11020 


ULR 





PESTICIDE 

KING 5 % SEVIN DUST 

ZEP FORMULA 60 SPACE AND CONTACT INSECTICIDE SPRAY 

LATER'S RAT AND MOUSE KILLER PELLETS 

DUAL SYNERGIST INSTITUTIONAL AND GARDEN SPRAY 

PURGE CONCENTRATED AEROSOL SPRAY 

RIDDEX M-2 RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE SOLUTION CONTAINING MALATHION 

RIDDEX P-120 INSECTICIDE SOLUTION 

KLOBBER ANT. ROACH AND FLYING INSECT KILLER 

KONK FLYING INSECT KILLER 

REEL INDUSTRIAL INSECTICIDE CONTAINING PYRETHRINS AND PIPERONYL 

BUTOXIDE 

TROJAN TRL-80 MAG-0-BAN ODOUR AND INSECT CONTROL 

HI -PRESSURE INSECT BOMB FUMIGATOR- EXTERMINATOR 

PYRATEX 405 INDUSTRIAL AEROSOL INSECTICIDE CONTAINS PIPERONYL 

BUTOXIDE AND PYRETHRINS 

PYRATEX 525 SPACE AND CONTACT INSECTICIDE CONTAINS PYRETHRINS 

AND PIPERONYL BUTOXIDE 

RIDDEX P-230 THERMAL FOGGING SOLUTION 

PYRATEX TOPTEST INSECT SPRAY CONTAINS PYRETHRINS AND PIPERONYL 

BUTOXIDE 

RID PRESSURIZED INSECTICIDE 

ZEP 10-X SPECIAL RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE SPRAY 

ZEPOSECTOR DUAL SYNERGIST INSTITUTIONAL AND GARDEN 

SPRAY INSECTICIDE 
INSECT REPELLENT PRESSURIZED SPRAY 
FLEA AND TICK SPRAY 

RO-DUST INSECTICIDE CONTAINS ROTENONE 
FLEATOL INSECTICIDAL SHAMPOO 

HRC SYSTEMIC FUNGICIDE FOR RUST CONTROL OF CARNATIONS 
IMPROVED DED-RAT PREPARED RODENTICIDE CONTAINS DIPHACINONE 
WARFARIN BAIT PELLETS OR MEAL RAT AND MOUSE KILLER 
SULFARIN BAIT PELLETS OR MEAL RAT AND MOUSE KILLER 
TROJAN TRB-591 INSTITUTIONAL AND GARDEN SPRAY 
RIDDEX P-100 INSECTICIDE SOLUTION CONTAINS PYRETHRINS 
PERMA-GUARD GRAIN OR SEED STORAGE INSECTICIDE DUST D-10 
CONTAINS SILICON DIOXIDE 

PERMA-GUARD KLEEN BIN INSECTICIDE DUST D-20 
PERMA-GUARD HOUSEHOLD INSECTICIDE DUST D-20 CONTAINS 
PYRETHRINS AND PIPERONYL BUTOX 

PERMA-GUARD GARDEN AND PLANT INSECTICIDE D-21 CONTAINS 
PYRETHRINS AND PIPERONYL BUTOX 

DED-RAT ALL WEATHER BAIT BLOCKS RODENTICIDE CONTAINS 
DIPHACINONE 

DED-RAT SEWER RAT BAIT BLOCKS RODENTICIDE CONTAINS 
DIPHACINONE 

THERADEX SOLUTION KILLS FLEAS AND LICE ON DOGS AND CATS 
BAY-0-CIDE RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE, SOLUTION 
GREEN CROSS DORMANT OIL SPRAY 
PESTARESTER WASP ATTRACTANT 



220 



O. Reg. 70/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 6 



881 



REG- 




A 


IS- 




G 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 


11024 


DIT 




11035 


AVM 




11046 


DIT 




11057 


DIT 




11068 


DUC 




11069 


MEX 




11073 


GCP 




11079 


HUL 




11081 


WEP 




11083 


INJ 




11085 


KEM 




11090 


LAT 




11100 


DIT 




11102 


DIT 




11114 


COS 




11116 


RIL 




11121 


KEM 




11123 


WEA 




11124 


TRO 




11126 


RIL 




11127 


RIL 




11131 


RIL 




11133 


FAR 


MCC 



11139 



CAT 



11140 


NAC 


11146 


JOH 


11150 


ALT 


11164 


INT 


11165 


SAP 


11177 


JOE 


11206 


MOA 


11215 


ZOC 


11223 


LAT 


11260 


WEP 


11278 


WEP 


11280 


KEG 


11290 


BAI 


11292 


CMS 


11297 


HEG 


11306 


GRG 


11309 


SAN 


11317 


ABE 


11318 


PPC 


11319 


PPC 


11320 


PPC 



ROP 



PESTICIDE 

SULFARIN BAIT BLOCKS RODENTICIDE 

MAGNA SPACE & CONTACT INSECTICIDE SPRAY 

DIAZINON 1% INSECTICIDE SOLUTION 

FI-2 FOG OIL CONTAINS FENTHION AND LETHANE INSECTICIDES 

MR. BEBITE HOUSE AND GARDEN INSECTICIDE PRESSURIZED SPRAY 

METEOR HOUSE AND GARDEN INSECTICIDE 

GREEN CROSS FLY BLASTER 

BUG BLAST INSTITUTIONAL AND GARDEN SPRAY 

WEST FOG LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

PERMA-GUARD DAIRY BARN INSECTICIDE DUST D-23 

RIDDEX B-1 RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE CONTAINS BAYGON 

LATER'S 5% SEVIN DUST - CARBARYL INSECTICIDE 

DITCHLING WASP AND HORNET KILLER PRESSURIZED INSECTICIDE 

ALLATEX 525 SPACE AND CONTACT INSECTICIDE CONTAINS ALLETHRIN 

AND PIPERONYL BUTOXIDE 

WASP AND HORNET SPRAY 

RICHARDSON'S RAT-MOUSE PELLETS CONTAINS WARFARIN AND 

SULFAOUINOXALINE 

RIDDEX MAL-FOG PREMIUM THERMAL FOGGING INSECTICIDE 

LAWN GUARD DOG REPELLENT BAR 

TROJAN TRB 571 WASP AND HORNET PRESSURIZED SPRAY 

RICHARDSON'S DOX 405 INDUSTRIAL AEROSOL 

RICHARDSON'S WASP AND HORNET BLITZ 

RICHARDSON'S 1% DIAZINON HOUSEHOLD INSECTICIDE SPRAY 

FARNAM HORSE LICE DUSTER CONTAINING ROTENONE PYRETHRINS AND 

PIPERONYL BUTOXIDE 

DO-N-DIE PRESSURIZED SPACE AND CONTACT SPRAY 

INSECTICIDE 
NATIONAL CHEMSEARCH SWAT INSECT REPELLENT 
RAID BUGGY WHIP AIRBORNE INSECTICIDE 
INSECTICIDE A BETAIL ALSI 

CO-OP WARFARIN RAT & MOUSE KILLER PELLETS 
SANEX FLY KILLER 
JOHNSON'S RAT AND MOUSE KILLER 
KLUNK AEROSOL INSECT KILLER 
VET-KEM KEMIC PET SPRAY 

LATER'S 4% MALATHION DUST - INSECTICIDE 
RESIDOL PLUS-2 LIQUID INSECTICIDE RESIDUAL SPRAY 
WESTICIDE LIQUID INSECTICIDE RESIDUAL SPRAY 
KELLY GREEN HOME AND GARDEN PRESSURIZED INSECT SPRAY 
THURON INSTITUTIONAL THERMOSET INSECT STRIP 
INSECT KILLER DUAL SYNERGIST PRESSURIZED SPRAY 
HERITAGE AEROSOL INSECTICIDE 
QUICK-KILL INSECTICIDE AEROSOL 
BUG-OFF INSECT REPELLENT PRESSURIZED SPRAY 
WACO RATKILL POISON BAIT FOR RATS AND MICE 
PET PRODUCTS COMPANY FLEA BANE 
PET PRODUCTS COMPANY FLEA SPRAY 
PET PRODUCTS COMPANY FLEA SHAMPOO 



221 



882 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 6 



O. Reg. 70/84 



REG- 




A 


IS- 




G 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 


11327 


GCP 




11328 


BEN 




11331 


DOO 




11332 


DIS 




11345 


CBE 




11347 


RED 


SMT 


11349 


KEM 




11352 


WEP 




11370 


WEP 




11371 


WEP 




11378 


MOM 




11379 


STM 




11385 


SYD 




11388 


MRP 




11394 


FMC 




11395 


SUP 




11402 


TRO 




11408 


ZOC 


MCC 


11416 


TRO 




11431 


SAN 




11480 


JOH 




11483 


CBB 




11535 


CER 




11564 


ROD 




11569 


KEK 




11580 


AMC 


AMI 


11582 


ECO 


GIE 


1 1586 


CHP 




1 1593 


NAC 




11599 


CHP 




11609 


INT 




11667 


INT 




11670 


VEL 




11737 


KEK 




11769 


PFF 




11777 


BIE 




11847 


KLN 




11904 


CHP 




12017 


BLL 


MAK 


12037 


ORM 




12135 


WIL 




12144 


HOS 




12200 


GCP 




12240 


KEK 




12241 


KEK 




12242 


KEK 




12294 


WAK 


WAL 


12314 


AMW 


AMZ 


12345 


PEI 


KEM 



PESTICIDE 

HOUSE AND GARDEN INSECT BLASTER 

WOOD PRESERVATIVE - GREEN CONTAINING COPPER NAPHTHENATE 

WOOD PRESERVATIVE FOR FIELD CUTS 

WARFARIN DISPARAT PELLETS RAT AND MOUSE KILLER 

MASTERCRAFT CLEAR WOOD. ROPE AND FABRIC PRESERVATIVE 

DEFY MOSQUITO REPELLENT CLOTH 

RIDDEX FOG INSECTICIDE SOLUTION 

PYROSECT LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

AGRO-MIST 1 SPACE SPRAY 

AGRO-MIST 11 

K.O. INSECTICIDE AEROSOL SPRAY 

WOOD PRESERVATIVE GREEN 

INDUSTRIAL FORMULATION OF DIAZINON INSECTICIDE 

ROYAL PRO-TECH NO. 730M400 PRESERVATIF POUR LE BOIS (CUIVRE) 

RAT PATROL RAT AND MOUSE KILLER BAIT 

SUPERSWEET RODENT-RID CONTAINS WARFARIN 

TROJAN CHEMICALS TRB-505 INSECT REPELLENT PRESSURIZED SPRAY 

TRAX M RAT AND MOUSE BAIT 

TROJAN TRB-611 THREE WAY CONTACT INSECTICIDE SPRAY 

SANFAX BLAST-M INSECT KILLER 

RAID BUGGY WHIP RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE 

CIL ROSE AND GARDEN DUST 

CERTI-MIST 

ROTOSPRAY RESMETHRIN LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

OUIKCIDE CONTACT INSECTICIDE PRESSURIZED 

ETHREL LIQUID PLANT GROWTH REGULATOR 

BACKRUBBER OIL CONTAINS KORLAN 

ATOX VEGETABLE DUST ROTENONE INSECTICIDE 

NATIONAL CHEMSEARCH KILZONE PRESSURIZED SPRAY INSECTICIDE 

5% SEVIN DUST GENERAL PURPOSE INSECTICIDE 

CO-OP RAT KILLER MEAL BAIT CONTAINING WARFARIN 

CO-OP RAT KILLER PELLETS 

VELCAN RAMIK BROWN WEATHER RESISTANT RODENTICIDE: 

QUIKCIDE INSECTICIDE CONCENTRATE 

PFIZER XA OIL CONCENTRATE 

BIKOE DUAL SYNERGIST INSTITUTIONAL & GARDEN SPRAY INSECTICIDE 

•"•DE BUGGER" HOUSE & GARDEN BUG KILLER 

ACTIVOL GA CONTAINS GIBBERILLIC ACID 

RODENT CAKE KILLS RATS AND MICE 

ORMOND HEXAMITE FOR VETERINARY USE ONLY 

WIL BUG KILLER DUST 

TREE WOUND DRESSING 

BOOSTER PLUS CORN OIL CONCENTRATE 

KEM-KILL B WITH BAYGON 

KEM-KILL B RESIDUAL SPRAY 

QUIKCIDE CONCENTRATE 

WAK QUALITY INSECT SPRAY 

AMWAY SPRAY ADJUVANT 

SBP 1382 BIOALLETHRIN AQUEOUS PRESSURIZED SPRAY 



222 



O. Reg. 70/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 6 



883 



REG- 




A 


IS- 




G 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 


12375 


OSD 




12406 


SAF 




12451 


CBB 




12528 


RAL 




12585 


LOR 




12669 


LOR 




12984 


LAT 




13050 


CGC 




13074 


LAT 




13079 


IMP 




13104 


FIS 




13167 


AMC 


AMI 


13198 


VIT 


VIR 


13321 


ELW 




13354 


HUG 


HER 


13360 


LAT 




13365 


CET 




13369 


INC 




13386 


BOW 


JEB 


13388 


BOW 


UEB 


13393 


BOW 


JEB 


13394 


BOW 


JEB 


13395 


BOW 


JEB 


13576 


SCT 


ITT 


13651 


CPV 




13666 


CPV 




13693 


WIL 




13766 


LOR 




13774 


POP 




13784 


POP 




13790 


SAF 




13793 


KEM 




13884 


DIS 




13905 


BLL 


MAK 


13906 


ATS 




13908 


FOF 




13911 


PEN 




13913 


BLL 


MAK 


13930 


RAM 




13934 


CHH 




13944 


TIM 




13949 


KEM 




13981 


FRA 




14010 


INT 




14048 


OUR 




14052 


OUR 




14057 


WIL 




14058 


WIL 





PESTICIDE 

PENTOX COP-R-NAP WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

SANEX R-BAR ROZOL PARAFFINIZED BAIT BARS 

A 

GIL ROTENONE DUST 

PURINA RAT CONTROL PELLETS D-8381 

LORRAIN RUB-ON EMULSION HORSE INSECTICIDE C-3022 

LORRAIN WOUND PROTECTOR WITH INSECTICIDE D-4070 

LATER'S DIPHA-TOX RAT AND MOUSE KILLER 

EASOUT POTATO SEEDPIECE TREATMENT 

LATER'S PYRETHRIN DUST 

CORNTROL OIL 

ATRAOIL CONCENTRATE 

AMID THIN W PLANT GROWTH REGULATOR 

VIRCHEM ONE AEROSOL INSECTICIDE 

ZAP SUREKILLER POWDER FOR COCKROACHES 

EXCELCIDE PG SPACE SPRAY 

LATER'S LIQUID DIPHA-TOX RAT AND MOUSE KILLER 

CERFKILL FORMULA B 

CDC INDUSTRIAL INSECTICIDE 

BOWER PERMA-GUARD GRAIN AND SEED INSECTICIDE DUST 

BOWER PERMA-GUARD DAIRYBARN INSECTICIDE DUST 

BOWER PERMA-GUARD HOUSEHOLD INSECTICIDE DUST 

BOWER PERMA-GUARD GARDEN AND PLANT INSECTICIDE DUST 

BOWER PERMA-GUARD KLEEN-BIN INSECTICIDE DUST 

SCOTTS PROTURF SYSTEMIC FUNGICIDE 

PROVIMI BLUE DEATH RAT BAIT THRO PAC 

PROVIMI BLUE DEATH RAT BAIT 

WILSONS ROTENONE DUST 

LORRAIN RAT KILL PELLETS D-4068 

POULINS LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

POULINS RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE 

SANEX MAGIC MIST INSECTICIDE 

RIDDEX DRIONE INSECTICIDE POWDER 

DISVAP BUGKILLER DUST INSECTICIDE 

RAZE RAT AND MOUSE BAIT 

ATPLUS 411F ADJUVANT 

FOSSIL FLOWER ORGANIC BUG KILLER 

PESTROY LIQUID RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE 

RODENT CAKE KILLS RATS 

RAMEX RODENTICIDE 

BAYGON READY TO USE IN THERMAL FOGGERS 

TIME-MIST METERED AEROSOL INSECTICIDE 

RIDDEX BAY-FOG FOGGING INSECTICIDE 

INSECTICIDE AP 300 FOR DAIRY BARNS 

CO-OP POTATO AND TOMATO DUST 

CREO-THANE CLEAR WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

CREO-THANE GREEN WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

WILSONS 1% DIAZINON LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

WILSON MOUSE TREAT 



223 



884 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 6 



O. Reg. 70/84 



REG- 




A 


IS- 




G 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 


14119 


DUK 




14121 


DUK 




14132 


MBE 




14194 


CHV 




14199 


KEM 




14203 


SAL 




14207 


WHM 


BAB 


14211 


LAT 




14227 


RAL 




14254 


KEM 




14265 


KEM 




14267 


ZOC 


ZOD 


14268 


ZOC 


ZOD 


14269 


ZOC 


ZOD 


14271 


ZOC 


ZOD 


14272 


CAT 




14276 


KEM 




14303 


CHP 




14322 


SAF 




14355 


KEM 




14374 


SAF 




14379 


POP 




14399 


POP 




14405 


HYN 


SMS 


14419 


ITT 


DKB 


14431 


FFA 


BRN 


14444 


DAB 




14445 


DIS 




14504 


KEM 




14507 


KEM 




14508 


KEM 




14509 


KEM 




14538 


KEM 




14541 


KEM 




14569 


BIE 




14570 


BIE 




14589 


ZOC 




14618 


CAT 




14622 


INT 




14633 


FAA 




14635 


FFA 


WBB 


14653 


PFF 




14665 


KEM 




14669 


SFR 




14670 


ABE 




14679 


MBY 




14680 


MBY 




14681 


MBY 





PESTICIDE 

WOODSOL GREEN PRESERVATIVE 

WOODSOL CLEAR PRESERVATIVE 

MARQUETTE DORMANT OIL SPRAY 

FUNGINEX EC 

DED-RAT WARFARIN PELLETS RODENTICIDE BAIT 

BAR BAIT RAT AND MOUSE KILLER 

FLYS-OFF DAIRY AEROSOL INSECTICIDE 

LATER'S MALATHION 4% DUST 

PURINA RAT AND MOUSE KILL PELLETS D-8198 

DIAZINON HOUSEHOLD RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE 

RIDDEX M-3 RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE SOLUTION 

STARBAR STOCK SPRAY 

STARBAR LOUSE POWDER 

STARBAR COWFLY POWDER 

STARBAR GOLDEN MALRIN RESIDUAL FLY SPRAY 

CANTOL DO'N DIE LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

DED-RAT PREMIUM BAIT PACKS 

CHIPMAN SUPERIOR OIL CONCENTRATE 

SANEX BUG BUSTER 

DED-RAT ROZOL BAIT PELLETS 

SANEX MOSQUITO BLACKFLY FOG INSECTICIDE 

POULINS RODENT DOOM READY TO USE BAIT 

POULIN'S C PLUS C INSECTICIDE 

HYSAN 24-D WITH MECOPROP 

MR RAT GUARD II RAT AND MOUSE BAIT 

DRIONE INSECTICIDE POWDER 

SAPHO HOUSE AND GARDEN INSECTICIDE 

DISPAR PINK POWDER INSECTICIDE 

RIDDEX FOOD PLANT THERMAL FOGGING INSECTICIDE 

RIDDEX INDUSTRIAL INSECTICIDE 

RIDDEX HEAVY DUTY INDUSTRIAL INSECTICIDE 

RIDDEX MILL AND BAKERY INSECTICIDE 

RIDDEX FOOD PLANT INSECTICIDE 

RIDDEX BARN AND LIVESTOCK INSECTICIDE 

BIKOE DIAZINON SOLUTION 

BIKOE XKD RESIDUAL INSECT SPRAY 

STARBAR READY TO USE BACK RUBBER SOLUTION 

CANTOL SUPER CONCENTRATED KLUNK INSECTICIDE 

CO-OP PREMIUM SPOT WEED KILLER 

PYRENONE READY TO USE LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

PYRENONE READY TO USE LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

PFIZER MICROSCOPIC SULPHUR 

KEM-SAN KSC5 BAIT PELLETS 

SAFERS INSECTICIDAL SOAP LIQUID CONCENTRATE SOLUTION 

WACO CHLORPYRIFOS CRACK AND CREVICE INSECTION TREATMENT 

MENT 

SERADIX ROOTING POWDER NO 1 

SERADIX ROOTING POWDER NO 2 

SERADIX ROOTING POWDER NO 3 



224 



O. Reg. 70/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 6 



885 



REG- 




A 


is- 




G 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 


14693 


WIL 




14713 


NCR 




14748 


PFE 




14751 


NCR 




14759 


NCR 




14782 


NCR 




14783 


NCR 




14786 


NCR 




14793 


CAT 




14807 


NCR 




14809 


NCR 




14821 


NAC 




14826 


CHH 




14832 


ABE 




14852 


WIL 




14860 


INT 




14863 


TUC 




14868 


NCR 




14877 


SAP 




14894 


LAT 




14908 


SAP 




14914 


AMW 


AMZ 


14948 


RER 




14950 


CHP 




14951 


MBE 




14981 


PFF 




1501 1 


SAP 




15030 


ZOC 




15038 


INT 




15041 


DEX 


ROA 


15070 


HEP 


NMR 


15077 


JOH 




15078 


JOH 




15079 


JOH 




15083 


JOH 




15088 


AID 


LBT 


15104 


MIP 


CAU 


15108 


ZOC 




15126 


KEM 




15128 


AIG 




15139 


CBR 




15140 


PPA 




15146 


KEM 




15157 


GUC 




15162 


PPA 




15171 


MIP 




15180 


PPA 




15181 


PPA 




15182 


PPA 





PESTICIDE 

WILSON PRUNING PASTE 

MICRO-NIASUL W 

BLOWPLY MAGGOT SPRAY 

NIAGARA SUPERIOR OIL 70 EC 

NIAGARA HY-X LIQUID STERILIZER AND DISINFECTANT POR POTATOES 

NIAGARA MALATHION GRAIN PROTECTANT 

NIAGARA PYRENONE PRUIT PLY DUST 

NIAGARA TREE DRESSING 

CANTOL CRAWL-X LONG LIPE RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE 

NIAGARA RAT AND MOUSE BAIT 

NIAGARA DIPHACINONE RAT BAIT 

P-O-W WASP PRESSURIZED INSECTICIDE 

BAYGON READY TO USE POGGER 

WACO 1. PROPOXUR INSECTICIDE READY TO USE IN THERMAL FOGGERS 

WILSONS BULB AND SOIL DUST 

CO-OP DORMANT OIL SPRAY 

WARFARIN BAIT PAKS 

MALATHION 4 PYRENONE INSECTICIDE DUST 

SANEX BUG X RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE 

LATERS MUSHROOM PLY DUST 

SANEX FOG X FOGGING INSECTICIDE 

AMWAY SPRAY ADJUVANT DEFOAMER 

LIQUID XLR BAYGON INSECT DESTROYER 

BRACO TREE DRESSING ASPHALT EMULSION 

BRACO TREE DRESSING 

PFIZER SUPERIOR 70 OIL 

SANEX M300 RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE SOLUTION 

VET-KEM LOUSE POWDER 

CO-OP TREE WOUND DRESSING 

DEXOL VEGETABLE GARDEN INSECT SPRAY 

HERCON ROACH-CHECK RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE STRIPS 

BOLT AIRBORNE LIQUID FOR PLYING AND CRAWLING ANTS 

BOLT RESIDUAL LIQUID FOR CRAWLING INSECTS 

BOLT RODENTICIDE 

BOLT AIRBORNE INSECT STRIP 

AID ONE SWIPE PLY REPELLENT SOLUTION 

MILL-O-CIDE INSECTICIDE 

VET-KEM PLEA AND TICK COLLAR FOR DOGS 

KS MK MOSQUITO FOG INSECTICIDE 

KONK BVT FLYING INSECT KILLER 

FORMULA F-500 INSECTICIDE 

PYRENONE FOOD PLANT FOGGING INSECTICIDE 

RIDDEX R 25 INDUSTRIAL INSECTICIDE 

GOTCHA ! INSECT REPELLENT SOLUTION 

MULTI-PURPOSE PYRENONE INSECTICIDE 

MlLL-O-CIDE 500 INSECTICIDE SOLUTION 

PYRENONE AQUEOUS GARDEN SPRAY 

PYRENONE AQUEOUS PLANT SPRAY 

ROACH AND ANT SPRAY AQUEOUS 



225 



886 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 70/84 

SCHEDULE 6 



PESTICIDE 

PULSFOG FOGGING SOLUTION PFE 

PULSFOG FOGGING SOLUTION PFW 

BOLT AIRBORNE FOR FLYING INSETS 

AETNA DIAZINON 

AETNA DIAZINON 1 PER CENT 

MAGIC MIST INSECTICIDE PLUS 

DRIONE INSECTICIDE POWDER 

DIPHA-PELL WEATHER RESISTANT RODENTICIDE PELLETS 

PRO -5 PLUS ULV CONCENTRATE 

PRO-3 PLUS ULV CONCENTRATE 

BOLT RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE 

RESMEN 5-ULV CONCENTRATE 

BOLT AIRBORNE FOR FLIES 

AID PEST PRUF SHAMPOO WITH DEODORANT 

SANFAX SAV-A-SPRAY INSECTICIDE FOR DISPENSING UNITS 

SANEX DIAZINON 2 DUST 

RIDDEX 110 ULV INSECTICIDE 

WACO BIRD REPELLENT 

TIME-MIST METERED AEROSOL INSECTICIDE III 

BARTLETT SUPERIOR OIL CONCENTRATE 

NIAGARA SUPERIOR OIL CONCENTRATE 

MAGNA SPACE AND CONTACT INSECTICIDE SPRAY 

TIME-MIST METERED AEROSOL INSECTICIDE IV 

PYRONIDE 5 PLUS 

PYRONIDE 33 PLUS SOLUTION 

HIGH TEST PLUS INSECT SPRAY 

NU-TOMATOTONE 

BUG BUSTER PLUS 

PUROGUARD HOUSEHOLD PLANTS INSECTICIDE DUST 

PUROGUARD BARN INSECTICIDE DUST 

PUROGUARD GRAIN AND SEED STORAGE INSECTICIDE DUST 

PUROGUARD HOUSE AND GARDEN BUG KILLER DUST 

WACO D-TRANS ALLETHRIN EC 1-10 

PUROGUARD HOUSE AND GARDEN BUG KILLER DUST 

PUROGUARD BARN INSECTICIDE DUST 

RIDDEX SUPREME INSECTICIDE FORMULATION D 

RIDDEX INDUSTRIAL INSECTICIDE 

RIDDEX HEAVY DUTY INDUSTRIAL INSECTICIDE 

RIDDEX FOOD PLANT INSECTICIDE 

SANEX ROACH AND BUG KILLER 

PYRON LIVESTOCK SPRAY 

MOSQUITO BLACKFLY FOG INSECTICIDE 

PRO-PLUS INDUSTRIAL AEROSOL 

DEDRAT ROZOL PELLETS MOUSE PACKS 

KSC7 LIQUID LIGHTENING RODENTICIDE 

BOLT ROACH BAIT 

AIR GUARD KONK BVT FLYING INSECT KILLER 

KONK TOO FLYING INSECT KILLER METERED PRESSURISED 

DEDRAT MAKI RODENTICIDE BAIT 



REG- 




A 


IS- 




G 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 


15211 


PLG 




15212 


PLG 




15232 


JOH 




15239 


APC 




15241 


APC 




15252 


SAF 




15255 


FFA 




15285 


SAF 




15288 


SAF 




15289 


SAF 




15299 


JOH 




15300 


SAF 




15316 


JOH 




15318 


AID 


LBT 


15326 


SAN 




15329 


SAF 




15330 


KEM 




15338 


ABE 




15420 


TIM 




15442 


BAT 




15443 


NCR 




15467 


AVM 




15468 


TIM 




15469 


SAF 




15474 


SAF 




15476 


SAF 




15481 


UAJ 




15483 


SAF 




15484 


PUG 




15486 


PUG 




15487 


PUG 




15488 


PUG 




15496 


ABE 




15502 


PUG 




15503 


PUG 




15517 


KEM 




15518 


KEM 




15519 


KEM 




15520 


KEM 




15549 


SAF 




15554 


SHL 




15555 


SAF 




15556 


SAF 




15589 


KEM 




15591 


KEM 




15642 


JOH 




15674 


AIG 




15675 


AIR 




15676 


KEM 





226 



O. Reg. 70/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 6 



887 



REG- 




A 


is- 




G 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 


15677 


SAF 




15678 


SAP 




15689 


PUG 




15690 


PUG 




15695 


CGC 




15700 


DIV 




15704 


CHP 




15705 


MBE 




15710 


KEM 




15727 


GCP 




15788 


SAF 




15795 


KEM 




15800 


REC 




15823 


KEM 




15824 


KEM 




15827 


WOB 




15853 


LAT 




15858 


INT 




15886 


DOW 




15888 


DOW 




15889 


DOW 




15928 


WOR 




15940 


COS 




15941 


TRO 




15948 


ZOC 


ZOD 


15949 


GAX 




15956 


MIF 




15958 


WIL 




15966 


LAT 




15967 


DIS 




15982 


GCP 




15995 


FLY 




16015 


CBR 


SAF 


16017 


SAF 




16025 


INT 




16033 


CAT 




16089 


DEX 


ROA 


16104 


SAF 




16151 


COS 




16153 


KEM 




16158 


LAT 




16159 


LAT 




16161 


LAT 




16184 


ZOE 




16211 


LAT 




16227 


INT 




16235 


PUG 





PESTICIDE 

BROMONE SPECIAL RAT MEAL BAIT 

BROMONE RAT AND MOUSE MEAL BAIT 

PURO-GUARD HOUSE AND GARDEN BUG KILLER 

PURO-GUARD BARN INSECTICIDE DUST 

SOREXA CR SUPER MOUSE BAIT READY TO USE IMPREGNATED CANARY SEED 

LIQUID 8 INSECTICIDE SOLUTION 

CHIPMAN MATURE-AID 

MARGUETTE MATURE-AID 

KEM-MIST METERED AEROSOL INSECTICIDE 

GREEN CROSS FUNGINEX 6.5 ROSE AND ORNAMENTAL DISEASE CONTROL 

BROMONE RAT AND MOUSE PELLETS 

KEMSAN MAKI BAIT BAGS RODENTICIDE 

ZINC II WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

DEDRAT ROZOL BAIT BAG 

DEDRAT ROZOL RODENTICIDE BAIT 

G.H.WOOD RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE 

LATER'S SUMMER OIL INSECTICID E.C. 

CO-OP AERO-TACK INSECTICIDE 

DURSBAN READY TO USE HOUSEHOLD INSECTICIDE 

DURSBAN HOME AND GARDEN INSECTICIDE GRANULES 

DURSBAN HOME AND GARDEN INSECTICIDE DUST 

OZEX LIQUID SPACE AND CONTACT INSECTICIDE 

COPELAND PRESSURIZED TREE PRUNING TREATMENT 

TROJAN TRB-540 PLANT MEDIC 

STARBAR MILK ROOM AND CATTLE SPRAY 

GUARD MIST INSECTICIDE 1 

BAY-0-CIDE II RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE SOLUTION 

WILSON BROMOHE BACON AND CHEESE FLAVOURED RAT AND MOUSE KILLER 

MEAL 

LATER'S TROPICAL SOIL INSECTICIDE DUST 

DISVAP III SPRAY INSECTICIDE 

GREEN CROSS LIME SULPHUR 

PURGE III AEROSOL INSECT KILLER 

FORMULA GH-60 FOGGING AND CONTACT INSECTICIDE 

SANEX MAGIC MIST INSECTICIDE A9 

BROMONE RAT AND MOUSE KILLER 

KLUNK AEROSOL INSECT KILLER 

TROPICAL PLANT FUNGICIDE 

SANEX PRO 99 PROFESSIONAL SYSTEM CRACK AND CREVICE AEROSOL 

RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE SOLUTION FOR INDUSTRIAL AND INSTITUTIONAL 

USE ONLY 

KS P5 BARN AND LIVESTOCK INSECTICIDE 

LATER'S DURSBAN GRANULES 

LATER'S DURSBAN DUST 

LATER'S DURSBAN REAOY-TO-USE HOUSEHOLD 

STARBAR BROMONE RAT AND MOUSE KILLER PELLETS 

LATER'S EMULSIBLE DORMANT SPRAY OIL 

CO-OP BROMONE RAT AND MOUSE KILLER MEAL 

PURO-GUARD BARN LIQUID INSECTICIDE 



227 



888 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SCHEDULE 6 



O. Reg. 70/84 



REG- 




A 


IS- 




G 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 


16236 


PUG 




16250 


GAX 




16260 


BDC 




16261 


BDC 




16266 


BDC 




16267 


BDC 




16268 


BDC 




16269 


BDC 




16272 


SAF 




16288 


LAT 




16307 


CAY 




16316 


COS 




16365 


GCP 




16366 


GCP 




16417 


DIS 




16423 


VEL 




16435 


CAY 




16450 


INT 




16469 


TRQ 




16470 


TRO 




16490 


SAJ 




16496 


INT 




16500 


FLC 




16501 


FLC 




16502 


FLC 




16503 


FLC 




16504 


FLC 




16505 


FLC 




16506 


FLC 




16507 


FLC 




16508 


FLC 




16511 


AIR 




16620 


CHP 




16646 


FDC 




16660 


SCT 




16672 


CAY 




16674 


NCR 




16684 


FAR 


PFE 


16685 


CAY 




16686 


EXS 




16704 


MMM 


MMN 


16706 


SAF 




16713 


GAX 




16738 


SAF 




16741 


WIL 




16742 


GRX 




16755 


MIF 




16776 


GAX 





PESTICIDE 

PURO-GUARD LIQUID INSECTICIDE FOR DAIRIES 

GARDEX PIA ONE INSECTICIDE SPRAY 

PRESSURIZED TREE PRUNING TREATMENT 

PRESSURIZED WASP AND HORNET INSECTICIDE 

RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE SPRAY 

BRENTDALE CHEMICALS INSECT REPELLENT 

NATURAL PYRETHRIN INSECTICIDE PRESSURIZED 

PRESSURIZED PYRETHRIN INSECTICIDE SPRAY 

MR- 10 MUSHROOM HOUSE INSECTICIDE 

LATER'S COPPER-TOX WOOD PRESERVATIVE (GREEN) 

ZEPTOX II WASP AND HORNET KILLER 

PRESSURIZED RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE SPRAY 

CURBISET 5 PLANT GROWTH REGULATOR 

GREEN CROSS PROFESSIONAL HOME PEST CONTROL KIT 

DISVAP SPRAY INSECTICIDE 

VELCAN ROOST NO MORE LIQUID BIRD REPELLENT 

ZEP METER MIST INSECT KILLER 

CO-OP AERO-TACK D AEROSOL INSECTICIDE 

TRL-121 RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE SPRAY II 

TRB-521 PRESSURIZED RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE SPRAY II 

UNITED VAN LINES SANITIZED VAN INTERIOR SPRAY 

CO-OP ANT & ROACH RESIDUAL SPRAY 

VARAPEL WOOD PRESERVATIVE SEALER NATURAL 

VARAPEL WOOD PRESERVATIVE SEALER HUNTER GREEN 

VARAPEL WOOD PRESERVATIVE SEALER CARDOVA BROWN 

VARAPEL WOOD PRESERVATIVE SEALER CHARCOAL 

VARAPEL WOOD PRESERVATIVE SEALER WALNUT 

VARAPEL WOOD PRESERVATIVE SEALER MOHOGANY 

VARAPEL WOOD PRESERVATIVE SEALER REDWOOD 

VARAPEL WOOD PRESERVATIVE SEALER MAPLE 

VARAPEL WOOD PRESERVATIVE SEALER WHITE 

KONK 1 FLYING INSECT KILLER FOR THE FOOD SERVICE INDUSTRY METER 

ED PRESSURISED 

CHIPMAN MUSHROOM FLY DUST 

SWK COMMERCIAL SELECTIVE WEED KILL 

SCOTTS PRO-TURF GRANULAR SYSTEMIC FUNGICIDE 

ZEP ROACH AND ANT SPRAY 

THAT FLOWABLE SULPHUR FUNGICIDE 

FARNAM WIPE PLUS FLY PROTECTANT 

ZEPOSECTOR A SPRAY INSECTICIDE 

DIAZINON INSECTICIDE SOLUTION 

SECTROL 90 CONCENTRATE MICROENCAPSULATED PYRETHRINS INSECTICIDE 

SANEX MR 11 MUSHROOM FLY INSECTICIDE DUST 

GUARD MIST PYRETHRINS INSECTICIDE 

SANEX ROZOL PARA BLOCKS RODENTICIDE 

WILSON BROMONE MOUSE TREAT 

FRUIT FLY DUST INSECTICIDE 

MILL-0-CIDE 28 LIQUID INSECT SPRAY 

GARDEX SEWER-RAT BAIT BLOCKS 



228 



O. Reg. 70/84 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 889 

SCHEDULE 6 



PESTICIDE 

CO-OP CUTWORM KILLER GRANULAR 

CO-OP ANT AND GRUB KILLER GRANULAR 

GARDEX D-TRANS INDUSTRIAL INSECTICIDE 7-30 

GARDEX O-TRANS INDUSTRIAL INSECTICIDE 2-5/25 

KSB5 PINK PUSSYCAT RODENTICIDE BAIT 

KSC5 PURPLE PUSSYCAT RODENTICIDE BAIT 

KSD5 BAIT BLOCKS RODENTICIDE 

SANEX BROMONE CANARY SEED MOUSE BAIT 

VARAPEL LIQUID WOOD PRESERVATIVE CLEAR 

VARAPEL LIQUID WOOD PRESERVATIVE NATURAL WOOD TONE 

BASF ASSIST OIL CONCENTRATE 

NATIONAL PNP VITOX WOOD. CANVAS AND ROPE PRESERVATIVE BROWN 

SAFER'S DEMOSS CRYPTOCIDAL SOAP 

KSMF MOSQUITO FOGGING INSECTICIDE 

PENTOX ZIN-K-NAP CLEAR WOOD PRESERVATIVE 



REG- 




A 


IS- 




G 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO 


TRANT 


T 


16791 


INT 




16792 


INT 




16812 


GAX 




16814 


GAX 




16827 


KEM 




16828 


KEM 




16865 


KEM 




16890 


SAF 




16922 


FLC 




16923 


FLC 




16937 


BAZ 




16944 


PEC 




17102 


SFR 




17201 


KEM 




17204 


OSD 





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898 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 70/84 

7. Form 2 of the said Regulation is revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

Form 2 

Pesticides Act 

APPLICATION FOR AN OPERATOR'S LICENCE 

Any individual or corporation may apply alone or together with others 
for an Operator's Licence. 

1. For each applicant vrfio is an individual, coirplete the following: 

Name Telephcaie 



Address Postal Code 

Lot CcMicessicxi Township 



2. For each applicant that is a corporation, catplete the following: 
Corporation Name Telephone 



Address Postal Code 



Please attach a list of the names, addresses and telephcaie numbers of 
all directors and officers of each corporation. 



3. The following are all the names (business or company name, as 

advertised) under which the applicant (s) intend to carry cxi business 
under the authority of the licence applied for: 

1. Name 

2. Name 

3. Name 



4. For each official representative of the Operator, coitplete the 
following : 

1. Name • TelefJione 



Address Postal Code 

2. Name Telep^cne 



Address Postal Code 



238 



O. Reg. 70/84 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 899 

3. Name Telephaie 

Address Postal Code 



5. The following are the location (s) of all branch offices where the 
applicant (s) intend to carry on business under the authority of the 
licence applied for: 

1. Address TelephCHie 

Lot Cax:essicMi Township 



2. Address Telephcxie 

Lot Cc«cession Township 



3. Address Telephcxie 

Lot CCTX^ession Township 



Applicatiai is hereby made for an Curator's Licence Class: 

l-D 2-n 3-0 4-Q 5-n 6-n ?-□ ana the 
above information is provided for the purpose of this application. 



If there is more than ONE applicant, the applicants carry on or intend to 
carry oi an exterminaticai business in partnership or in association, and 
are all the partners or associates carrying on the extermination business 
together . 



Date Signature of ;^plicant(s) 

O. Reg. 70/84, s. 7. 
(4158) 7 



239 



900 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

KDUGATION ACT 

O. Reg. 71/84. 
Regional Tribunals. 
Made — February 2nd, 1984. 
Filed — February 2nd, 1984. 



O. Reg. 71/84 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
EDUCATION ACT 

REGIONAL TRIBUNALS 

1. A regional tribunal shall consist of three members appointed by the Minister, one of whom shall be 
designated by the Minister as the chairman of the regional tribunal. O. Reg. 71/84, s. 1. 

2. A regional tribunal referred to in Column 1 of the Table may be established for the region described 
opposite thereto in Column 2 of the Table and has jurisdiction in that region. 

TABLE 



Item 


Column 1 
Regional Tribunal 


Column 2 
Region 


1. 


North Western Region (English) 
North Western Region (French) 


The territorial districts of Kenora, Rainy 
River and Thunder Bay 


2. 


Midnorthern Region (English) 
Midnorthern Region (French) 


The territorial districts of Algoma, Man- 
itoulin and Sudbury 


3. 


North Eastern Region (English) 
North Eastern Region (French) 


The territorial districts of Cochrane, Mus- 
koka, Nipissing, Parry Sound and Timis- 
kaming 


4. 


Western Region (English) 
Western Region (French) 


The counties of Bruce, Elgin, Essex, Grey, 
Huron, Kent, Lambton, Middlesex, Oxford 
and Perth 


5. 


Central Region (English) 
Central Region (French) 


The Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto, 
the regional municipalities of Durham, Hal- 
dimand-Norfolk, Halton, Hamilton- 
Wentworth, Niagara, Peel, Waterloo and 
York and the counties of Brant, Dufferin, 
Haliburton, Hastings, Northumberland, 
Peterborough, Prince Edward, Simcoe, Vic- 
toria and Wellington 


6. 


Eastern Region (English) 
Eastern Region (French) 


The Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carle- 
ton and the counties of Dundas, Frontenac, 
Glengarry, Grenville, Lanark, Leeds, Lennox 
and Addington, Prescott, Renfrew, Russell 
and Stormont 



O. Reg. 71/84, s. 2. 



240 



O. Reg. 71/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 73/84 



901 



3. No person is eligible to be a member of a regional tribunal unless he resides in the region in which the 
regional tribunal has jurisdiction. O. Reg. 71/84, s. 3. 

4. No person who has had any prior involvement with the determination under appeal is eligible to be a 
member of a regional tribunal that hears the appeal. O. Reg. 71/84, s. 4. 

5. Where an appeal is taken to a regional tribunal in respect of the identification or placement of an 
exceptional pupil enrolled in a school or class established under Part XI of the Act and the parent or guardian of 
the pupil requests that the appeal be heard in the French language or the English language, as the case may be, 

(a) the persons appointed by the Minister as members of the tribunal shall be French-speaking or English- 
speaking, as required; and 

(b) the appeal shall be heard in the French language or in the English language, as the case may be. 
O. Reg. 71/84, s. 5. 

6. Upon receiving notification of the names of the members of a regional tribunal appointed by the Minister, 
he secretar\- of the tribunal shall, 

(a) fix a date for hearing the appeal and shall so advise the parties to the hearing; 

(6) require the Regional Director of Education for the administrative region of the Ministry- within which 
the board that is a party to the hearing has jurisdiction to make, in cooperation with the parties to the 
hearing, arrangements for a suitable place and time at which the hearing shall be held; and 

(c) advise in writing the parties to the hearing of the arrangements that have been made. O. Reg. 71/84, 
s. 6. 



4159) 

MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT CLAIMS 
ACT 

O. Reg. 72/84. 
Designated Insurers. 
Made — February' 2nd, 1984. 
Filed— February 3rd, 1984. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 

MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT CLAIMS 

ACT 

DESIGNATED INSURERS 

1. The following are named as designated insurers 
for the purposes of the Act: 

1. Pitts Insurance Company. 

2. Cardinal Insurance Company. O. Reg. 
72/84, s. 1. 

2. Ontario Regulation 152/83 is revoked. 

U60) 7 

PENSION BENEFITS ACT 

O. Reg. 73/84. 

General. 

Made — February- 2nd, 1984. 

Filed — February- 3rd, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 746 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

PENSION BENEFITS ACT 

1. Section 14 of Regulation 746 of Revised Regu- 
lations of Ontario, 1980, as remade by section 2 
of Ontario Regulation 500/83, is amended by 
adding thereto the following subsection: 

(11) Where an employer is required to make pay- 
ments into a pension plan under section 32 of the Act 
and all pensions and other benefits being funded under 
section 32 of the Act would not be guaranteed under 
section 31 of the Act, 

(a) no funds of the pension plan shall be used to 
purchase a life annuity for any person enti- 
tled thereto; and 

(b) where an election is made under clauses 26 
(1) id) or (e) of the Act, the maximum portion 
of the pension benefit credit that may be 
transferred is the amount, if any, of the con- 
tributions the employee was required to 
make under the plan plus any voluntary- 
additional contributions made by the 
employee, 

until a report is filed with the Commission under sec- 
tion 14c that there is no further amount to be funded or 
a declaration under subsection 28 (2) of the Act is made 
with respect to the plan. O. Reg. 73/84, s. 1. 



241 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 73/84 



2. Section 17 of the said Regulation, as amended 
by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 262/82, is 
further amended by adding thereto the follow- 
ing subsections: 

(12) The funds of a pension plan may be invested in 
the bonds, debentures or other evidences of indebted- 
ness that are insured by a policy of credit insurance 
issued by an insurance company registered under the 
Canadian and British Insurance Companies Act (Can- 
ada) or licensed under the Insurance Act. 

(13) The funds of a pension plan may be invested in 
Canadian resource property within the meaning of the 
Income Tax Act (Canada) if, 

(a) the Canadian resource property has yielded 
in the aggregate in each of the three years 
immediately preceding the date of the 
investment, sufficient quantities of petro- 
leum or natural gas to produce net revenue in 
an amount that, if continued in future years, 
would be sufficient to yield a reasonable 
interest return on the amount invested hav- 
ing regard to the market conditions at the 
time of the investment and to repay at least 
seventy-five per cent of that amount within 
the remaining economic lifetime of the Cana- 
dian resource property, but not exceeding 
fifteen years from the date of the investment; 

(b) a report has been obtained from a person 
registered or licensed under the laws of a 
province or territory of Canada relating to 
professional engineers, geologists or 
geophysicists who is experienced in the 
appraisal of Canadian resource properties 
and who is not the vendor or an agent or 
employee of the vendor, to the effect that, 

(i) the estimated petroleum or natural 
gas producing capability of the Cana- 
dian resource property is such that it 
is expected to produce sufficient 
quantities of petroleum or natural gas 
to produce net revenue in an amount 



sufficient to yield a reasonable interest 
return on the amount invested having 
regard to the market conditions at the 
time of the investment and to repay at 
least seventy-five per cent of that 
amount within the remaining 
economic lifetime of the Canadian 
resource property, but not exceeding 
fifteen years from the date of the 
investment, and 

(ii) where the acquisition price of the 
Canadian resource property has not 
been determined by arm's length 
negotiations, the acquisition price is 
no greater than the fair value of the 
Canadian resource property at the 
time of its acquisition. 

(14) The total amount of funds invested by or on 
behalf of a pension plan in any one parcel of Canadian 
resource property shall not at any time exceed four per 
cent of the book value of the total assets of the pension 
plan. 

(15) Where the funds of a pension plan are invested 
in Canadian resource property, the Canadian resource 
property may be held, explored, developed, main- 
tained, improved, leased, sold or otherwise dealt with 
or disposed of by or on behalf of the pension plan. 

(16) The total amount of funds invested by or on; 
behalf of a pension plan, 

(a) under subsection (4) in real estate orj 
leaseholds that yield or are expected to yield j 
petroleum or natural gas; and j 

(b) under subsection (13) in Canadian resourcfj 
property, j 

shall not at any time exceed fifteen per cent of the boolj 
value of the total assets of the pension plan. O. Regi 

73/84, s. 2. 

(4161) ■( 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



965 



Publications Under The Regulations Act 



February 25th, 1984 



POLICE ACT 

O. Reg. 74/84. 
General — Discipline. 
Made— November 25th, 1983. 
Filed— Februar\' 6th, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 791 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

POLICE ACT 

1. — (1) Section 37 of Regulation 791 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is amended by 
adding thereto the following clauses: 

(aa) "code" means the code of offences set out in 
the Schedule; 

(ab) "Commissioner" includes an acting Commis- 
sioner. 

(2) Clause 37 (d) of the said Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

id) "presiding officer" means the Commissioner 
or a judge designated under subsection 38 (3). 

2. Subsection 38 (1) of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(1) The Commissioner may designate any officer of 
the rank of Superintendent or higher to exercise any of 
the powers and perform any of the duties of the Com- 
missioner under this Part, including acting as pre- 
siding officer, and an officer so designated has the 
powers and duties set out in the designation and where 
any power is conditional on the opinion of the Com- 
missioner, the requisite opinion shall be that of the 
designated officer. O. Reg. 74/84, s. 2. 

3. Section 39 of the said Regulation is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor: 

39. The code applies to the Force and in the code, 
for the purposes of this Part, "Chief of Police" means 
the Commissioner. O. Reg. 74/84, s. 3. 

4. Subsection 40 (3) of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

1 3) The charge sheet shall be signed by the Commis- 
sioner and shall show the date of its signing. O. Reg. 
74/84, s. 4. 



5 . Section 4 1 of the said Regulation is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor: 

41. Any constable or other police officer may lay a 
complaint before the Commissioner alleging an offence 
in accordance with the code, and the Commissioner 
shall consider the allegations in the complaint and 
where he is of the opinion that the allegations so war- 
rant, he shall sign the charge sheet. O. Reg. 74/84, 
s. 5. 

6. — (1) Clause 51 (1) (a) of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(a) the evidence shall be recorded verbatim by 
some reliable means; 

(2) Subsection 51 (6) of the said Regulation is 
revoked. 

(3) Subsection 51 (7) of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(7) Where a presiding officer designated by the 
Commissioner hears and decides a charge and imposes 
a punishment, the Commissioner shall, within seven 
days, review the decision and punishment, and either 
confirm or quash the conviction and may confirm, 
mitigate, commute or remit any or all punishments 
imposed and shall forthwith notify the convicted 
person, in writing, of his decision. O. Reg. 74/84, 
s. 6 (3). 

7. — (1) Subsection 52 (5) of the said Regulation is 
revoked. 

(2) Subsection 52 (6) of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(6) Where a presiding officer designated by the 
Commissioner hears and decides a charge and imposes 
a punishment, the Commissioner shall, within seven 
days, review the decision and punishment, and either 
confirm or quash the conviction and may confirm, 
mitigate, commute or remit any or all punishments 
imposed and shall forthwith notify the convicted per- 
son, in writing, of his decision. O. Reg. 74/84, s. 7 
(2). 

8. — (1) Subsection 56 (1) of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(1) Where a constable or other police officer is sus- 
pected of or charged with a contravention of an Act of 
the Parliament of Canada or of the Legislative Assem- 
bly of the Province of Ontario, or is suspected of or 
charged with an offence against the code, the Commis- 



243 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 75/8. 



sioner may su.spend him from duty until the charge has 
been disposed of, but where the constable or other 
police officer is not charged within seventy-two hours 
after being suspended, he shall be returned to 
duty. O. Reg. 74/84, s. 8 (1). 

(2) Subsection 56 (3) of the said Regulation is 
revoked. 

9. Section 5 7 of the said Regulation is revoked. 

10. — (1) Subsection 58 (6) of the said Regulation is 
revoked. 

(2) Subsection 58 (7) of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(7) The Commission shall decide an appeal from 
the record but the Commission may, in special 
circumstances, hear such evidence as it considers 
advisable. O. Reg. 74/84, s. 10 (2). 

(4162) 8 



EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS ACT 

O. Reg. 75/84. 
Domestics and Nannies. 
Made — January 27th, 1984. 
Filed— February 6th, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 283 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS ACT 

1 . Sections 3, 4 and 5 of Regulation 283 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980 are revoked and 
the following substituted therefor: 

3. — (1) A contract or arrangement for the services 
of a domestic or nanny shall provide that the wages for 
such services shall not be less than, 

(a) for the work week in which the 1st day of 
March, 1984, occurs and thereafter, 

(i) $27 a day, 

(ii) $147 a week, or 

(iii) $634 a month; and 

(b) for the work week in which the 1st day of 
October, 1984, occurs and thereafter, 

(i) $28 a day, 

(ii) $154 a week, or 

(iii) $662 a month. 



(2) In the absence of a contract or arrangemen 
mentioned in subsection (1), a householder shall pay 
domestic or nanny, 

(a) for the work week in which the 1st day ( 
March, 1984, occurs and thereafter not les 
than $3.35 per hour; and 

(b) for the work week in which the Lst day r 
October, 1984, occurs and thereafter not le^ 
than $3.50 per hour. O. Reg. 75/84, s. 1 
part. 

4. Where meals or room or both are taken int 
account by a householder in calculating the minimur 
wage of a domestic or nanny, the maximum amount ; 
which meals or room or both shall be valued for th 
purposes of determining if the minimum wage pn 
scribed has been paid to the person shall be as follows 

1. For the work week in which the 1st day ( 
March, 1984, occurs and thereafter. 



i. Room 



ii. Meals 



— $22 per week, 

— $1.55 each and not mo 
than $32 per week. 



Both room 
and meals 



$54 per week. 



2. For the work week in which the 1st day 
October, 1984, occurs and thereafter, 

i. Room — $22.50 per week, 

ii. Meals — $1.60 per meal and ttj 

more than $32.50 p| 
week. 



Both room 
and meals 



$55 per week. 



O. Reg. 75/84, s. 1, pm\ 

5. — (1) In this section "free period" means a peril! 
free from the performance of any duties by a domesi! 
or nanny for the householder who employs the domtj 
tic or nanny. j 

(2) In each week, a householder shall give to i 
domestic or nanny who resides in the residence of tj 
householder one free period of thirty-six consecutii 
hours and one free period of twelve consecutive hoij 
without any deduction from the normal pay of tj 
domestic or nanny. i 

(3) The free periods required to be given by subs<| 
tion (2) may be, but need not be, consecutive to ea 
other. 

(4) Subject to subsection (5), where upon the requi 
of the householder and with the consent of the domi 



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O. Reg. 78/84 967 



tic or nanny, duties are performed by the domestic or 
nanny during a free period required to be given by 
subsection (2), the time spent in performing the duties 
shall be added to one of the required free periods in one 
of the next four weeks subsequent to such performance 
without any deduction from the normal pay of the 
domestic or nanny. 

(5) In addition to the normal pay to which a domes- 
tic or nanny is entitled, the householder shall pay the 
domestic or nanny a minimum wage of, 

(a) $3.35 per hour for the work week in which 
the 1st day of March, 1984, occurs and there- 
after; and 

(b) $3.50 per hour for the work week in which 
the 1st day of October, 1984, occurs and 
thereafter, 

where no compensating time is given as prescribed by 
subsection (4). O. Reg. 75/84, s. 1, part. 

2. Notwithstanding section 1 of this Regulation, 
sections 3, 4 and 5 of Regulation 283 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as those sections 
read on the 1st day of January, 1984, shall be 
deemed to continue to have effect to and 
including the work week immediately preced- 
ing the work week in which the 1st day of 
March, 1984, occurs. 

(4163) 8 



PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 76/84. 

Restricted Areas — County of Simcoe, 

Township of Innisfil. 
Made— January 31st, 1984. 
Filed — February 7th, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATIOxN 675/81 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLAxNNING ACT, 1983 

Ontario Regulation 675/81 is amended 
adding thereto the following section: 



bv 



20. — (1) Notwithstanding any other provision of 
this Order, a single-family dwelling and buildings and 
, structures accessory thereto may be erected and used 
• on the land described in subsection (2). 

21 Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land 
I situate in the Township of Innisfil in the County of 
I Simcoe, being that part of the north half of Lot 15 in 
' Concession XI described as Lot 5 on a Plan registered 
I in the Land Registry Office for the Registry Division of 
i Simcoe (No. 51) as Number 1211. O. Reg. 76/84, 
s. 1. 



D. P. McHuGH 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

Central and Southwest 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

and Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 31st day of Januarv', 1984. 

(4164) 8 



CENTENNIAL CENTRE OF SCIENCE 
AND TECHNOLOGY ACT 



O. Reg. 77/84. 

Fees. 

Made— February 2nd, 1984. 

Filed— Februar>' 7th, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 92 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

CENTENNIAL CENTRE OF SCIENCE AND 

TECHNOLOGY ACT 

1. Section 2 of Regulation 92 of Revised Regula- 
tions of Ontario, 1980, as remade by section 2 
of Ontario Regulation 211/82, is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor: 

2. The fee for entrance to the Centre, including 
entrance to the film theatre, is, 

(a) for an adult, $3.00; 

(b) for a child, $1.00; 

(c) for a student, $2.00; 

(d) for a senior citizen, no charge; 

(e) for a family, $7.00; 

(/) for a person who is a part of a Canadian 
prebooked school group, no charge; and 

(g) for any person, from the 20th to the 26th day 
of February, 1984, both inclusive, no 
charge. O. Reg. 77/84, s. 1. 



(4165) "■ ' 

ONTARIO NEW HOME WARRANTIES 
PLAN ACT 

O. Reg. 78/84. 
Administration of the Plan. 
Made — December 9th, 1983. 
Filed — February 8th, 1984. 



8 



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O. Reg. 81/84 



BY-LAW NO. R-9 

REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 726 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

ONTARIO NEW HOME 

WARRANTIES PLAN ACT 

1. Subsection 6 (1) of Regulation 726 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 

(1) A purchaser who has a claim under clause 14 (1) 
(a) of the Act in respect of a purchase agreement is 
entitled to be paid out of the guarantee fund the 
amount of all deposits owing by the vendor to the 
purchaser under an agreement of purchase and sale to 
a maximum of $20,000. O. Reg. 78/84, s. 1. 

Passed by the directors on the 9th day of December, 
1983. 

Ernest Assaly 
Chairman 

RussEL Howard 

Secretary 

Confirmed by the members in accordance with the 
Corporations Act on the 9th day of December, 1983. 



(4166) 



RussEL Howard 
Secretary 



CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS ACT 

O. Reg. 79/84. 

General. 

Made — January 27th, 1984. 

Filed — February 9th, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 95 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 

MADE UNDER THE 

CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS ACT 



1980 



1. Subsection 17 (4) of Regulation 95 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 

(4) Every administrator of a charitable institution 
that is approved by the Minister under subsection 3 (1) 
of the Act as a home for the aged shall ensure that each 
person admitted to each charitable institution operated 
or managed by him, 

(a) has, within the six months prior to being 
admitted, a chest X-ray examination the 
results of which are negative for tuberculosis; 
and 



(b) has had, within the six months prior to being 
admitted or has, within one week after being 
admitted, a skin test for tuberculosis. 

(4a) The results of any test or examination referred 
to in subsection (4) shall be kept as part of the person's 
record and file referred to in subsection 28 (1). 
O. Reg. 79/84, s. 1. 

2. Subsection 31 (3) of the said Regulation, exclu- 
sive of the clauses, is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 

(3) In determining the income and assets of a resi- 
dent that are available for payment of the cost of his 
care and maintenance, 



shall not be included and the resident shall be permit- 
ted to retain such income for his own personal use 
notwithstanding any assignment thereof or agreement 
to the contrary made by him for the benefit of the 
institution but after the resident's death such amounts 
may be recovered from his estate to reimburse the cor- 
poration for any unpaid arrears of the cost of the resi- 
dent's care and maintenance. 

(4187) 8 



DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES ACT 

O. Reg. 80/84. 

General. 

Made — February 2nd, 1984. 

Filed— February 9th, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND i 

REGULATION 242 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 i 

MADE UNDER THE 

DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES ACT 

1. Item 2 of Schedule 1 to Regulation 242 ol 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 i;: 
revoked. 

(4188) f. 



CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

O. Reg. 81/84. 
Arbitration Proceedings. 
Made — January 12th, 1984. 
Filed— February 9th, 1984. 



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O. Reg. 82/84 969 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 197 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 

MADE UNDER THE 

CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 



1980 



1. Regulation 197 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 is amended by adding thereto the 
following section: 

4a. A notice of arbitration referred to in section 4 
shall be served within one year of the day of filing of 
the proof of loss form. O. Reg. 81/84, s. 1. 



2 . Section 5 of the said Regulation is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor: 

5. Where a notice of arbitration has been served in 
accordance with sections 4 and 4a, the Board shall fix 
a day and a time when and a place where it will con- 
sider the matter in dispute and hear the parties, and 
shall notify the parties accordingly. O. Reg. 81/84, 
s. 2. 

3. This Regulation comes into force on the 31st 
day of March, 1984. 

(4189) 8 



CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

O. Reg. 82/84. 
Crop Insurance Plan — Apples. 
Made — December 13th, 1983. 
Approved — February 2nd, 1984. 
Filed — February 9th, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 198 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

1. Paragraph 9 of Form 2 of Regulation 198 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as remade by section 3 
of Ontario Regulation 796/83, is revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

9. A deposit premium of $ . . . . (minimum $100 or, where extended coverage is applied for, minimum $300) 
accompanies this application. 

2. — (1) Subparagraph 5 (2) of Form 4 of the said Regulation, as made by section 5 of Ontario Regulation 
754/83, is amended by striking out "$S0" in the second line and inserting in lieu thereof "$200". 

^ (2) Subparagraph 5 (3) of the said Form 4 is amended by striking out "$S0" in the first line and inserting in lieu 
thereof "$200". 



247 



970 O. Reg. 82/84 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 84/84 

(3) The Table to the said Form 4 is revoiied and the following substituted therefor: 

TABLE 



Categories 


Coverage 
per Tree 


Where the trees are 2 or 3 years of age 


$ 8 


Where the trees are 4 years of age or 
older and there are 250 or more trees 
per acre 


$12 


Where the trees are 4 years of age or 
older and there are 60 or more, but 
not more than 249, trees per acre 


$15 


Where the trees are from 4 to 9 years 
of age inclusive and there are fewer 
than 60 trees per acre 


$18 


Where the trees are 10 years of age or 
older and there are fewer than 60 trees 
per acre 


$40 



O. Reg. 754/83, s. 5; O. Reg. 82/84, s. 2. 

The Crop Insurance Commission of Ontark! 

M. HUFJ 

Chairmati 

P. WiLEi 

Secretari 



Dated at Toronto, this 13th day of December, 1983. 
(4190) 



INFLATION RESTRAINT ACT, 1982 

O. Reg. 83/84. 

Increase in Minimum Wages Under the 

Employment Standards Act. 
Made — February 9th, 1984. 
Filed— February 10th, 1984. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
INFLATION RESTRAINT ACT, 1982 

INCREASE IN MINIMUM WAGES 

UNDER THE 
EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS ACT 

1. The word "increased", for the purpose of subsec- 
tion 12 (1) of the Act, does not include the amount of 
an increase made to comply with an increase in the 
minimum rates of wages established by regulations 



under the Employment Standards Act and effective o| 
the 1st day of March, 1984. O. Reg. 83/84, s. 1. 



(4191) 



PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 84/84. 

Restricted Areas — District of Thunder 

Bay, geographic townships of Gorham 

and Ware. 
Made— February 6th, 1984. 
Filed— February 10th, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 109/75 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



1. Ontario Regulation 109/75 is amended by 
adding thereto the following section: 

29. — (1) Notwithstanding any other provision of 
this Order, a single-family cottage and buildings and 
structures accesson.- thereto may be erected and used 
on the land described in subsection (2). 

J) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land 

situate in the geographic Township of Gorham in the 

Territorial District of Thunder Bay, being Lot 33 

I on Registered Plan M-205 and described as Parcel 

■ 19140 in the Register for Thunder Bay Freehold in the 

Land Registr>- Office for the Land Titles Division of 

' Thunder Bay (No. 55). O. Reg. 84/84, s. 1. 

L. J. FiNCHAM 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

and Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 6th day of Februar\', 1984. 

(4192) 8 



PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 85/84. 

Zoning Areas — Unorganized Parts of 
the Red Lake and Area Planning Area 
in the Territorial District of Kenora. 

Made — February 1st, 1984. 

Filed — February 10th, 1984. 



ORDER MADE UNDER THE 
PLANNING ACT, 1983 

ZONING AREAS— UNORGANIZED PARTS OF 

THE RED LAKE AND AREA PLANNING 

.AREA IN THE TERRITORIAL DISTRICT OF 

KENORA 

INTERPRETATION 

1. In this Order, 

1. "accessor*", when used to describe a use, 
building or structure, means a use, building 
or structure that is normally incidental or 
subordinate to the principal use, building or 
structure located on the same lot; 

2. "agricultural use" means a use of land, 
buildings or structures for the purpose of 
forestr\-, field crops, fruit farming, market 
gardening, dair\ing, animal husbandry, 
poultry raising, beekeeping and such other 
uses as are customarily and normally related 
to agriculture; 



O. Reg. 85/84 971 
building dedicated to 



"church" means 
religious worship; 



4. "commercial use" means the use of land, 
buildings or structures for the purpose of 
buying and selling commodities or supplying 
services; 

5. "community hall" means a building or part 
thereof in which facilities are provided for 
meetings for civic, educational, political, 
recreational, religious or social purposes, and 
includes a banquet hall and a private club; 

6. "coverage" means the percentage of the lot 
area covered by the combined area of all 
buildings or structures on the lot measured at 
the level of the lowest storey above grade, 
including all porches and verandahs open or 
covered, but excluding open, unenclosed ter- 
races at grade, steps, cornices, eaves, bay 
windows, chimney breasts, corbelling and 
similar projections, open parking areas and 
outdoor swimming pools; 

7. "dwelling unit" means one or more habitable 
rooms occupied or capable of being occupied 
as an independent and separate housekeep- 
ing establishment in which separate kitchen 
and sanitan.' facilities are provided for the 
exclusive use of the unit with a private en- 
trance from outside the building or from a 
common hallway or stairway inside the 
building; 

8. "family" means, 

i. a person, 

ii. two or more persons interrelated by 
bonds of consanguinity, legal adop- 
tion or marriage, or 

iii. not more than five persons who are 
not interrelated by bonds of consan- 
guinity, legal adoption or marriage, 
living as a single housekeeping unit in 
one dwelling unit; 

9. "floor area" means the total area of all floors 
contained within the outside walls of a 
building, excluding, in the case of a dwelling, 
the total floor area of a private garage, porch, 
verandah, unfinished attic, basement or 
cellar; 

10. "frontage" means the horizontal distance 
between the side lot lines of a lot or side lot 
lines produced, the distance being measured 
at right angles to the line joining the mid- 
point of the front lot line with the midpoint of 
the rear lot line or apex of the angle formed 
when the side lot lines intersect at a point 
therein distant six metres from the front lot 
line; 



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11. "front lot line" means the lot line that divides 
a lot from a street, right of way, Crown 
shoreline reserve or high-water mark of a 
river or lake, and, 

i. in the case of a corner lot, the shorter 
line that abuts a street, right of way. 
Crown shoreline reserve or high- 
water mark of a river or lake shall be 
the front lot line, and 

ii. where a lot abuts both a street and the 
high-water mark of a river, lake or 
Crown shoreline reserve, the lot line 
abutting the high-water mark or 
Crown shoreline reserve shall be the 
front lot line; 

12. "front yard" means a yard extending across 
the full width of the lot between the front lot 
line and the nearest main wall of the main 
building or structure on the lot; 

13. "garage" means a building accessory to a 
single-family dwelling or recreational resi- 
dential dwelling used primarily for the stor- 
age of one or more vehicles but does not 
include a garage used for commercial pur- 
poses; 

14. "ground floor area" means the area of the 
lowest storey of a building or structure, 
excluding any basement or cellar, measured 
between the exterior faces of the exterior 
walls of the floor level of the said storey; 

15. "guest cabin" means a building without 
cooking facilities that is accessor>' to a recre- 
ational residential dwelling and used only for 
purposes of sleeping accommodation; 

16. "height" means the vertical distance between 
the average elevation of the finished surface 
of the ground at the front of the building and 
the highest point of the roof surface; 

17. "home occupation" means any occupation for 
gain or support conducted entirely within a 
single-family dwelling by members of the 
family residing in the single-family dwelling; 

18. "hotel" means an establishment catering to 
the needs of the travelling public by supply- 
ing food and furnishing sleeping accommo- 
dation of not less than six bedrooms; 

19. "lot" means a parcel of land, 

i. described in a deed or other document 
legally capable of conveying land, or 

ii. shown as a lot or block on a registered 
plan of subdivision; 

20. "lot area" means the total horizontal area 
within the lot lines of a lot; 



21. "lot line" means a boundary of a lot; 

22. "marina" means an establishment where 
boats are stored for rent or hire and where 
boats, boat motors and boat accessories are 
sold, repaired or refueled; 

2i. "mobile home" means any dwelling unit that 
is designed to be made mobile and con- 
structed and manufactured to provide a per- 
manent residence for one or more persons but 
does not include a recreational vehicle or a 
trailer; 

24. "motel" means an establishment catering to 
the needs of the travelling public by furnish- 
ing sleeping accommodation with or without 
the supplying of food, and includes a motor 
court and auto court; 

25. "open space" means a park or recreation area 
controlled or owned by a public authority 
and normally open for public use; 

26. "parking space" means an area set aside for 
the purpose of the parking of vehicles with 
access to a street or to a private lane that has 
access to a street; 

27. "pit" means land from which unconsolidated 
aggregate may be excavated but does not 
include an excavation for a building or 
structure; 

28. "Plan M-667" means the Plan registered in 
the Land Registry Office for the Land Titles 
Division of Kenora (No. 23) as Number 
M-667; 

29. "professional occupation" means the practice 
of dentistry, medicine or veterinary 
medicine; -■% 

30. "public access point" means public land 
designated by the Crown and developed and 
maintained for public access to a body of 
water; 

31. "public building" means any building or 
structure owned or leased by a municipal 
corporation, the Province of Ontario or the 
Government of Canada in which government 
activities are carried out as the main use; 

32. "public utility" means a water works or 
water supply system, sewage works, electri- 
cal power or energy generating transmission 
or distribution system, street lighting system, 
natural or artificial gas works or supply sys- 
tem or a telephone system and includes any 
lands, buildings or equipment required for 
the administration or operation of the system; 



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973 



33. "quarry" means land from which consoli- 
dated aggregate may be excavated but does 
not include an excavation for a building or 
structure; 

34. "rear lot line" means the lot line opposite the 
front lot line; 

35. "rear yard" means a yard extending across 
the full width of a lot between the rear lot line 
and the nearest main wall of the main build- 
ing on the lot; 

36. "recreational residential dwelling" means a 
single-family dwelling that is not used for 
continuous habitation or as a permanent 
residence; 

37. "recreational vehicle" means a motor vehicle 
designed to provide temporary living, sleep- 
ing or eating accommodation for one or more 
persons; 

38. "side lot line" means a lot line other than a 
front or rear lot line; 

39. "side yard" means a yard between the nearest 
main wall of the main building or structure 
and the side lot line extending from the front 
yard to the rear yard; 

1,40. "single-family dwelling" means a separate 
building containing only one dwelling unit; 

"street" means a public highway that is a 
principal means of access to abutting lots that 
is under the jurisdiction of the Province of 
Ontario or a local roads board or is a road 
shown on a registered plan of subdivision; 

12. "trailer" means a vehicle constructed to be 
attached to a motor vehicle for the purpose of 
being drawn or propelled by the motor 
vehicle and capable of being used for tem- 
porary living, sleeping or eating accommo- 
dation, notwithstanding that the vehicle is 
jacked up or that its running gear is 
removed, but does not include a mobile 
home; 

43. "waste disposal site" means land approved 
by the Ministry of the Environment upon, 
into or in which waste may be deposited or 
processed; 

44. "wayside pit or quarry" means a temporary 
source of consolidated or unconsolidated 
aggregate opened by or for a public road 



authority, including a local roads board, for 
the purpose of a particular project of public 
road construction; 

45. "yard" means a space open from the ground 
to the sky on the lot on which a building is 
situated, unoccupied except for such acces- 
sory buildings as are specifically permitted in 
this Order. O. Reg. 85/84, s. 1. 

APPLICATION 

2. This Order applies to, 

(a) all the lands in the geographic townships of 
Baird, Bateman, Byshe, Heyson and Willans 
in the Territorial District of Kenora, Patricia 
Portion; and 

(b) the lands without municipal organization in 
the Red Lake and Area Planning Area shown 
in white on a key map filed with the Plans 
Administration Branch, North and East, of 
the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Hous- 
ing at Toronto and designated as Map No. 
94, 

being all the lands now within the Red Lake and Area 
Planning Area in the Territorial District of Kenora, 
Patricia Portion, except, 

(c) the Township of Red Lake; and 

(d) the Improvement District of Balmer- 
town. O. Reg. 85/84, s. 2. 

Part I 

GENERAL 

3. No land to which this Order applies shall 
hereafter be used and no building or structure shall 
hereafter be erected or used except in accordance with 
the terms of this Order, but nothing in this Order pre- 
vents the use of any land, building or structure for any 
purpose prohibited by this Order if such land, building 
or structure was lawfully used for such purpose on the 
day this Order comes into force. O. Reg. 85/84, s. 3. 

CLASSIFICATION OF ZONES 

4. All the lands to which this Order applies are 
divided into the zones listed in the following Table as 
shown on maps filed with the Plans Administration 
Branch, North and East, of the Ministry of Municipal 
Affairs and Housing at Toronto as Numbers 95 to 101, 
both inclusive, the zones being designated on the maps 
as set out in the Table. 



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TABLE 



Name of Zone 


Symbol of 
Map 


Residential 1 


Rl 


Residential 2 


R2 


Recreational Residential 


RR 


General Commercial 


Cl 


Tourist Commercial 


C2 


Institutional 


I 


Open Space 


OS 


Natural Resources 


NR 


Environmental Protection 


EP 


Hazard 


H 



O. Reg. 85/84, s. 4. 
ACCESSORY USES, BUILDINGS AND STRUCTURES 

5. — (1) Accessory uses, buildings and structures are 
permitted in every zone. 

(2) No building or structure may be used as a 
building or structure accessory to a dwelling unit 
except a boathouse, steam bath, storage or tool shed, 
garage, dock, wharf, swimming pool or greenhouse. 

(3) Unless this Order provides otherwise, accessory 
buildings and structures shall, 

(a) be erected only in the rear and side yards; 

(b) be located at least one metre from the side lot 
line and at least one metre from the rear lot 
line; 

(c) not be closer to the front lot line than the 
main building or structure on the same lot; 

id) except in the case of a guest cabin, not be 
used for human habitation; 

(e) not exceed 10 per cent in total lot coverage; 

(/) not exceed 5 metres in height; and 

(g) not be located within 2 metres of the main 
building or structure on the same lot. 



(4) Notwithstanding clauses 3 (a), (b) and (c), where 
a lot abuts navigable water, a boathouse, dock or 



wharf, as an accessory building or structure, may be 
erected up to that portion of the lot line that abuts the 
water. O. Reg. 85/84, s. 5. 

BUILDING REPAIR AND RECONSTRUCTION 

6. — (1) Nothing in this Order prevents the recon- 
struction or repair of any building or structure that is 
damaged or destroyed by causes beyond the control of 
the owner if the dimensions of the original building or 
structure are not increased or its original use altered. 

(2) Nothing in this Order prevents the strengthening 
or restoration to a safe condition of any building or 
structure or part of any such building or struc- 
ture. O. Reg. 85/84, s. 6. 

EXISTING BUILDINGS 

7. Where a building has been erected prior to the 
date this Order comes into force on a lot having less 
than, 

(a) the minimum frontage or area; 

(b) the minimum front yard, side yard or rear 
yard, 

required by this Order, the building may be extended, 
enlarged, repaired or renovated if there is no further 
reduction in any yard that is less than the minimum 
required by this Order and all other requirements of 
this Order are met. O. Reg. 85/84, s. 7. 

FRONTAGE ON A STREET 

8. No building or structure shall be erected on a lot 
that does not abut a street that is opened and main- 
tained year round, except where the lot, 

(a) is lawfully used for forestry or mining or a 
lumber or mineral processing plant; or 

(b) is zoned for recreational residential uses anc 
has navigable water access. O. Reg. 85/84. 
s. 8. 

HEIGHT LIMITATIONS ; 

9. The height limitations of this Order do not appl;; 
to church spires, water tanks, flag poles, television oi 
radio antennae, power transmission towers, fire look; 
out towers, ventilators, sky lights, chimneys, graiil 
elevators, barns, silos, windmills or solar collectors' 
O. Reg. 85/84, s. 9. 

HOME AND PROFESSIONAL OCCUPATIONS 

10. Where a home occupation or a professiona 
occupation is a permitted use, 

(a) no external display or advertising is permit 
ted except a sign having a total display are 
not exceeding one square metre; 



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(b) there shall be no outside storage of goods or 
materials; 

(c) not more than 25 per cent of the total floor 
area of the dwelling unit shall be used for the 
home occupation or professional occupation; 

(d) no person who is not a resident of the dwel- 
ling unit shall be employed in a home occu- 
pation; 

(e) not more than one person who is not a resi- 
dent of the dwelling unit shall be employed in 
a professional occupation; and 

(/) the use shall be subordinate to the principal 
use of the dwelling unit as a residence. 
O. Reg. 85/84, s. 10. 

LOTS HAVING INSUFFICIENT FRONTAGE 
; OR AREA 

I 11. Where a lot with less than the minimum front- 
|age or area required by this Order existed prior to the 
day this Order came into force, this Order does not 
prohibit uses permitted in the relevant zone designa- 
tion if all other requirements of this Order are 
-net. O. Reg. 85/84, s. 11. 

NUMBER OF DWELLINGS PER LOT 

12. Not more than one single-family dwelling or 
;ecreational residential dwelling is permitted on a lot 

n any zone where single-family dwellings or recre- 
■itional residential dwellings are permitted. O. Reg. 
i5/84, s. 12. 

TEMPORARY USES PERMITTED 

13. A tool shed, scaffold or other building or struc- 
ure incidental to the construction of a building or 
tructure permitted by this Order on the lot where it is 

iituate may be maintained until the construction is 
ompleted or has been discontinued for sixty consecu- 
ive days. O. Reg. 85/84, s. 13. 



YARD AND SETBACK ENCROACHMENT PERMITTED 

14. — (1) Notwithstanding the yard and setback 
provisions of this Order, unenclosed porches, bal- 
conies, steps, attached greenhouses and patios may 
project into any required yard a maximum distance of 
two metres. 

(2) Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
Order, main eaves, sills, cornices, gutters, chimneys 
and canopies may project into any required yard a 
maximum distance of one metre. O. Reg. 85/84, 
s. 14. 



SETBACKS FROM PROVINCIAL HIGHWAYS 

15. Notwithstanding any other provisions of this 
Order, no building, structure or use shall be located 
within 32 metres of the centre line of a provincial 
highway. O. Reg. 85/84, s. 15. 



SHORELINE SETBACKS 

16. Notwithstanding any other provisions of this 
Order, no person shall erect a habitable building or 
structure in any zone, 

(a) within 30 metres of the high- water mark of 
any lake or river; or 

(b) within 15 metres of the top of the bank of 
any watercourse other than a lake or river. 
O. Reg. 85/84, s. 16. 



PARKING REQUIREMENTS 

17. — (1) No building or structure listed in Column 1 
of the Table shall be erected unless a minimum 
number of parking spaces for off-street vehicular 
parking are provided in accordance with the require- 
ments set out opposite thereto in Column 2. 



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TABLE 



O. Reg. 85/84 



Column 1 


Column 2 


Single-family dwelling, mobile home or recre- 
ational residential dwelling 

Hotel, motel or tourist home 

Church, restaurant, meeting hall, theatre, pri- 
vate club or other place of assembly 

Office or public building 
Retail store or service shop 
Trailer park or campground 


One parking space, garage or carport for each 
dwelling unit 

One parking space for each guest room plus one 
parking space for each 10 square metres of floor 
area of the building devoted to public use 

One parking space for every five seats or 3 metres 
of bench space and, where there are no fixed 
seats, one parking space for each 10 square 
metres of gross floor area 

One parking space per 30 square metres of gross 
floor area 

One parking space per 20 square metres of gross 
floor area 

One parking space for each tent, recreational 
vehicle or tourist trailer site 



(2) Every parking space, garage or carport required 
under subsection (1), 

(a) shall be located on the same lot as the use, 
building or structure it is intended to serve, 
except in the case of a water access lot where 
it may be located at a public access point; and 

(b) shall have access to a street or a private lane 
that has access to a street. O. Reg. 8.'5/84, 
s. 17. 

PITS OR QUARRIES 

18. — (1) The making or establishment of pits and 
quarries, other than wayside pits or quarries, is prohi- 
bited except, 

(a) in the Natural Resources Zones; and 

(b) on Crown land. 

(2) A wayside pit or quarry may be established in 
any zone. 

(3) Where under subsection (1) or (2) a pit or quarry 
or a wayside pit or quarry may be made or established, 
buildings or structures accessory to its operation may 
be erected and used on the same lot. 

(4) No person shall make or establish a pit or quar- 
ry, other than a wayside pit or quarry, within, 

(a) 100 metres of any lot on which the principal 
use is a residential use; 



(b) 450 metres of any building or structure on 
lot on which the principal use is a residentia 
use; and 

(c) 50 metres of any street. 

(5) No person shall make or establish a wayside pi 
or quarry within 30 metres of a public road allowano 
or within 25 metres of any lot line. 

(6) Where a wayside pit or quarry is located on a lo 
that is adjacent to a lot on which another wayside pi 
or quarry is located, the 25 metre setback required b 
subsection (5) does not apply to the common lo 
line. O. Reg. 85/84, s. 18. 



PUBLIC UTILITIES 

19. Public Utilities are permitted in ever 
zone. O. Reg. 85/84, s. 19. 

Part II 

20. This Part applies to the Residential 1 Zone 
O. Reg. 85/84, s. 20. 

21. — (1) Every use of land and every erection or u; 
of buildings or structures within the Residential 
Zones is prohibited except, 

(a) single-family dwellings; 

(b) mobile homes; 

(c) home occupations; and 



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id) professional occupations. 



(2) Requirements for uses, buildings or structures 
jermitted in the Residential 1 Zones are established as 
"ollows: 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

3. Maximum lot coverage 

4. Maximum height 



977 



418 square metres 
13.7 metres 
30 per cent 

4.5 metres 

1.2 metres 

4.5 metres 

12.2 metres 

60 square metres 



1. Minimum lot area 

2. Minimum lot frontage 

3. Maximum lot coverage 

4. Minimum front yard 

5. Minimum side yards 

6. Minimum rear yard 

7. Maximum height of 
main building or struc- 
ture 

8. Minimum floor area of 
main building or struc- 
ture 

9. All buildings or struc- 
tures used for human 
habitation shall be 
served by public water 
supply and public 
sanitary sewer systems. 



(3) Paragraph 1 of subsection (2) does not apply to 
iOts 16 and 24 on Plan M-667. 

(4) Paragraph 2 of subsection (2) does not apply 
.0 lots 24, 29, 45, 46, 74 and 130 on Plan M-667. 
"). Reg. 85/84, s. 21. 



Part III 

' 22. This Part applies to the Residential 2 Zones. 
). Reg. 85/84, s. 22. 

23. — (1) Every use of land and every erection or use 
■f buildings or structures within the Residential 2 
'ones is prohibited except, 

(a) single-family dwellings; 

ib) mobile homes; 

(r) home occupations; and 

ir/) professional occupations. 

(2) Requirements for uses, buildings or structures 
fermitted in the Residential 2 Zones are established as 
)Uows: 



1. Minimum lot area 

2. Minimum lot frontage 



0.4 hectares 
45 metres 



15 per cent 
10.5 metres 



5. Minimum floor area of 
main building or struc- 



ture 


65 square metres 


6. Minimum front yard 


10 metres 


7. Minimum side and rear 




yards 


7.5 metres 



8. Minimum distance 
between the Crown 
shoreline reserve or the 
high-water mark of any 
lake or river and any 
building or structure 
except a dock, boat- 
house, pumphouse or 
sauna 

9. All buildings and struc- 
tures used for human 
habitation shall be 
served by private water 
supply and private 
sanitary sewage disposal 
systems. 



30 metres 



O. Reg. 85/84, s. 23. 



Part IV 

24. This Part applies to the Recreational Residen- 
tial Zones. O. Reg. 85/84, s. 24. 



25. — (1) Every use of land and every erection or use 
of buildings or structures within the Recreational 
Residential Zones is prohibited except recreational 
residential dwellings. 



(2) Requirements for uses, buildings or structures 
permitted in the Recreational Residential Zones are 
established as follows: 



1. Minimum lot area 

2. Minimum lot frontage 

3. Maximum lot coverage 

4. Maximum height 

5. Minimum floor area of 
main building or struc- 
ture 

6. Minimum front yard 



0.4 hectares 
45 metres 
15 per cent 

7.5 metres 



37 
10 



square metres 
metres 



255 



10 metres 



7.5 metres 



7.5 metres 



30 metres 



978 

7. Minimum side yard 
where the front lot Hne 
abuts a Crown shoreUne 
reserve or high-water 
mark of a river or lake 

8. Minimum side yard 
where the front lot line 
abuts a street or right of 
way 

9. Minimum rear yard 

10. Minimum distance 
between the Crown 
shoreline reserve or the 
high-water mark of any 
lake or river and any 
building or structure 
except a dock, boat- 
house, pumphouse or 
sauna 

11. All buildings or struc- 
tures used for human 
habitation, except guest 
cabins, shall be served 
by private water supply 
and private sanitary 
sewage disposal systems. 



(3) Notwithstanding subsection 5 (2), one guest 
cabin having a gross floor area not exceeding 25 square 
metres may be erected and used on the same lot as 
a recreational residential dwelling. O. Reg. 85/84, 
s. 25. 



Part V 

26. This Part applies to the General Commercial 
Zones. O. Reg. 85/84, s. 26. 



27. — (1) Every use of land and every erection or use 
of buildings or structures within the General Commer- 
cial Zones is prohibited except retail stores. 



(2) Requirements for uses, buildings or structures 
permitted in the General Commercial Zones are estab- 
lished as follows: 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



1. Minimum lot area 

2. Minimum lot frontage 

3. Maximum lot coverage 

4. Minimum front and rear 
yards 

5. Maximum height of 
main building or struc- 
ture 



465 square metres 
15.2 metres 
50 per cent 

3 metres 
12.2 metres 



Minimum floor area of 
main building or struc- 
ture 

All principal buildings 
and structures within the 
General Commercial 
Zones shall be served by 
public water supply and 
public sanitary sewer 
systems. 



O. Reg. 85/84 i 



140 square metres 



O. Reg. 85/84, s. 27 



Part VI 

28. This Part applies to the Tourist Commercia 
Zones. O. Reg. 85/84, s. 28. 

29. — (1) Every use of land and every erection or us 
of buildings or structures within the Tourist Commei 
cial Zones is prohibited except, 

(a) hunting, fishing and summer camps; 

(b) tourist lodges; 

(c) hotels; 

(d) motels; 

(e) tourist homes; 

(/) housekeeping cabins; 

ig) tourist outfitters; 

(h) marinas; and 

(i) trailer and recreational vehicle cain| 
grounds. 

(2) Retail stores for the sale of convenience gool 
and personal services accessory to uses, buildings al 
structures permitted by subsection (1) are permitted] 
the Tourist Commercial Zones. 

(3) Restaurant facilities accessory to the u&l 
buildings and structures permitted by clauses (1) (a)| 
(e) and (h) are permitted in the Tourist Commerc| 
Zones. 

(4) A dwelling unit, as a use accessory to a use pB** 
mitted by subsection (1), is permitted in the TouiP* 
Commercial Zones and the dwelling unit may 
located in the same building or structure as the prir| 
pal use or in a separate building. 

(5) Requirements for travel trailer and recreatiol 
vehicle campgrounds permitted in the Tourist C<| 
mercial Zones are established as follows: 



1. Minimum trailer 
vehicle site area 



or 



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180 square metres 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



979 



2. Minimum distance 
between trailer or 
l> vehicle sites 5 metres 



3. Minimum distance 
between trailer or 
vehicle site and a lot line 



3 metres 



i 4. Minimum distance 
between a trailer or 
vehicle site and a street 15 metres 



5. Maximum number of 
trailers or vehicles on a 
lot 



20 



^1 (6) A tent campground may be erected and used in 
f ,.he Tourist Commercial Zones on the same lot as a 
s juilding or structure permitted by clauses (1) (b), (c), 

1>d) and (/). O. Reg. 85/84. s. 29. 
\ 
30. Requirements for principal buildings and 
sjtructures permitted in the Tourist Commercial Zones 
« ire established as follows: 

i ': 

I 1. Minimum lot area 1,400 square metres 

2. Minimum lot frontage 30 metres 



3. Maximum lot coverage 



I 4. Minimum front yard 



40 per cent 
9 metres 
O. Reg. 85/84, s. 30. 



\. 31. Notwithstanding section 8, hunting, fishing 
|,nd summer camps, tourist lodges, hotels, house- 
jeeping cabins and marinas may be constructed on lots 
laving only water access. O. Reg. 85/84, s. 31. 

j 32. Where any lot on which the principal use is a 
fj urist commercial use abuts a lot on which the princi- 
U use is a residential use, outside storage is prohi- 
ted in those yards on the tourist commercial use lot 
hich abut the residential use lot. O. Reg. 85/84, 
32. 

Part VII 

I 33. This Part applies to the Institutional Zones. 
1^, Reg. 85/84, s. 33. 

[34. — ( 1) Every use of land and every erection or use 
, buildings and structures within the Institutional 
;mes is prohibited except, 

(a) schools; 

(b) community halls; 

(c) curling rinks; 

(d) skating rinks; 
{e) post offices; 



I 



(/) churches; 

{g) fire stations; and 

(h) libraries. 

(2) Requirements for uses, buildings and structures 
permitted in the Institutional Zones are established as 
follows: 

1. Minimum lot area 418 square metres 

2. Minimum lot frontage 15.2 metres 

3. Maximum lot coverage 30 per cent 



4. Minimum front and rear 
yards 

5. Minimum side yards 

6. Maximum height of 
main building or struc- 
ture 

7. Minimum floor area of 
main building or struc- 
ture 



4.5 metres 
1.2 metres 



12.2 metres 



60 square metres 
O. Reg. 85/84, s. 34. 



Part VIII 

35. This Part applies to the Open Space Zones. 
O. Reg. 85/84, s. 35. 

36. — (1) Every use of land and every erection or use 
of buildings and structures within the Open Space 
Zones is prohibited except, 

(a) parks, playing fields and playgrounds; 

(b) public recreation facilities; 

(c) golf courses; 

id) conservation uses for the maintenance of 
areas of biological, cultural or historic 
significance; 

ie) wildlife management uses; and 

(/) horticultural nurseries. 

(2) Requirements for buildings and structures per- 
mitted in the Open Space Zones are established as 
follows: 

1. Minimum lot area 1 hectare 

2. Minimum lot frontage 45 metres 

3. Minimum distance of 
any building or structure 

from anv lot line 15 metres 



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4. On lots bordering lakes, 
rivers or watercourses, 
the yard requirement set 
out in paragraph 3 shall 
be measured from the 
normal high-water mark 
or the top of the bank, 
whichever is greater. 



O. Reg. 85/84, s. 36. 



Part IX 

37. This Part applies to the Natural Resources 
Zones. O. Reg. 85/84, s. 37. 

38. — (1) Every use of land and every erection or use 
of buildings or structures within the Natural Resources 
Zones is prohibited except, 

(a) mineral exploration; 

(b) underground and open pit mining operations 
and processing plants; 

(c) agriculture; 

(d) forestry; 

(e) sawmills; 

(/) pit or quarry operations, including wayside 
pits and quarries; 

ig) the storage, distribution and manufacture of 
blasting agents in conjunction with a mining 
operation; 

ih) a communication facility; 

(i) conservation uses for the maintenance of 
areas of biological, cultural or historic 
significance; 

(_;') waste disposal sites; and 

(k) trapping. 

(2) Requirements for uses, buildings and structures 
permitted by clauses (1) (a), {b), (c), (d), (e), (g) and (?) 
are established as follows: 

1. Minimum lot area 10 hectares 

2. Minimum lot frontage 150 metres 

3. Minimum distance of 
any building or structure 

from any lot line 15 metres 

(3) A dwelling unit, as a use accessory to a use per- 
mitted in subsection (1), is permitted in the Natural 
Resources Zones and the dwelling unit may be located 
in the same building or structure as the principal use or 
may be a single-family dwelling having a ground floor 
area of at least 60 square metres. 



(4) Notwithstanding paragraph 3 of subsection (2), 



(a) 



(b) 



no use, building or structure permitted by 
clause (1) (a), (b), (e) or (g) shall be located 
within 100 metres of a lot on which the prin- 
cipal use is a residential use; and 



I 



no use, building or structure permitted by 
clause (1) (c), id) or (i) shall be located within 
30 metres of a lot on which the principal use 
is a residential use. 



(5) No waste disposal site shall be located, 

(a) within 400 metres of a dwelling unit; 

(b) within 185 metres of a street; 

(c) on land covered by water or in any area sub- 
ject to flooding; or 

(d) within 30 metres of the high- water mark oj 
any watercourse, lake or pond. 

(6) Notwithstanding subsection (1), the existing 
single-family dwellings and buildings and structures 
accessory thereto in the settlement of Starratt-Olsen, 
being located in Mining Claims 12730, 12876 anc 
12965 in the geographic Township of Baird, may con- 
tinue to be used. O. Reg. 85/84, s. 38. 



Part X 

39. This Part applies to the Environmental Protec 
tion Zones. O. Reg. 85/84, s. 39. - 

40. — (1) Every use of land and every erection or us 
of buildings or structures within the Environments 
Protection Zones is prohibited except, 

(a) a water intake, pumping station and treai 
ment facility to provide water to the townsit 
of Madsen and the settlement of Flat Laki 
and 

(b) mineral exploration. 

(2) Notwithstanding subsection (1), that parcel ( 
land situate in the geographic Township of Baird i 
the Territorial District of Kenora, Patricia Portioi 
being that part of Mining Claim KRL-12706 desi) 
nated as Part 1 on a Plan deposited in the Land Regi 
try Office for the Land Titles Division of Kenora {Ni 
23) as Number 23R-5228, may be used for diamor 
drilling. O. Reg. 85/84, s. 40. 



Part XI 

41. This Part applies to the Hazard ZoBc| 
O. Reg. 85/84, s. 41. 

42. — (1) Every use of land within the Hazard Zon 
is prohibited except. 



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O. Reg. 86/84 981 



(a) mineral exploration; 

(b) agriculture; 

(c) forestry; 

id) public or private parks and recreation areas, 
including playing fields, sports facilities, 
playgrounds, picnic areas and docks; 

(e) conservation uses for the maintenance of 
areas of biological, cultural or historic 
significance; and 

(/) wildlife management uses. 

' No building or structure shall be used, erected or 
>cated on lands within the Hazard Zones. O. Reg. 

5/84, s. 42. 

43. Ontario Regulations 12/78 and 162/78 are 
jvoked. 

Claude F. Bennett 

Minister of Municipal Affairs 

and Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 1st day of February, 1984. 

1193) 8 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 86/84. 

Restricted Area — Geographic Township of 

Brothers in the Territorial District of 

Thunder Bay. 
Made — January 27th, 1984. 
Filed— February 10th, 1984. 



ORDER MADE UNDER THE 
PLANNING ACT, 1983 

RESTRICTED AREA— GEOGRAPHIC 
TOWNSHIP OF BROTHERS IN THE 
ERRITORIAL DISTRICT OF THUNDER BAY 

INTERPRETATION 

1. In this Order, 

(a) "dwelling" means one or more habitable 
rooms occupied or capable of being occupied 
as a residence; 

(b) "mineral exploration camp" means lands, 
buildings and structures used as a base 
camp for mineral exploration and includes 
a manager's office, recording office, car- 
tography laboratory and sleeping and eating 
facilities for persons engaged in mineral 
exploration; 



(c) "mobile home" means any dwelling that is 
designed to be made mobile and constructed 
or manufactured to provide a permanent 
residence for one or more persons, but does 
not include a travel trailer or tent trailer or 
trailer otherwise designed. O. Reg. 86/84, 
s. 1. 



APPLICATION 

2. This Order applies to those lands in the geo- 
graphic Township of Brothers in the Territorial 
District of Thunder Bay, composed of location TW-69 
Cedar Lake and Summer Resort Location DC 51, and 
being more particularly described as Parcels 14660 and 
10528, respectively, entered in Thunder Bay Freehold, 
in the Land Registry Office for the Land Titles Divi- 
sion of Thunder Bay (No. 55). O. Reg. 86/84, s. 2. 



GENERAL 

3. No land to which this Order applies shall 
hereafter be used and no building or structure shall 
hereafter be erected or used except in accordance with 
the terms of this Order, but nothing in this Order pre- 
vents the use of any land, building or structure for a 
purpose prohibited by this Order if the land, building 
or structure are lawfully used for such purpose on the 
day this Order comes into force. O. Reg. 86/84, s. 3. 



PERMITTED USE 

4. The lands referred to in section 2 may be used for 
the location and use thereon of a mineral exploration 
camp including not more than thirty mobile homes. 
O. Reg. 86/84, s. 4. 



REBUILDING AND REPAIRS 

5. — (1) Nothing in this Order prevents the recon- 
struction of any building or structure that is damaged 
or destroyed by causes beyond the control of the owner 
if the dimensions of the original building or structure 
are not increased or its original use altered. 

(2) Nothing in this Order prevents the strengthening 
or restoration to a safe condition of any building or 
structure or part of any such building or structure. 
O. Reg. 86/84, s. 5. 



Claude F. Bennett 

Minister of Municipal Affairs 

and Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 27th day of January, 1984. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 88/84 1037 



Publications Under The Regulations Act 



March 3rd, 1984 



REAL ESTATE AND BUSINESS 
BROKERS ACT 

O. Reg. 87/84. 

General. 

Made— February 9th, 1984. 

Filed— February 13th, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 891 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

REAL ESTATE AxND BUSINESS BROKERS 

ACT 

1. Section 14 of Regulation 891 of Revised Regu- 
lations of Ontario, 1980 is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

14. — (1) A person who completes the course or 
courses of study approved by the Registrar, passes the 
written examination or examinations approved by the 
Registrar and applies for registration as a broker or 
salesman within twelve months of the date of his last 
examination, shall, where he is otherwise entitled to be 
registered under the Act and the regulations, be regis- 
tered as a broker or salesman, as the case may be. 

(2) Where a person applies for registration and he 
has not been previously registered as a broker or 
salesman and more than twelve months but fewer than 
eighteen months have elapsed since the date of his last 
examination, he shall not be registered until he again 
passes the written examination or examinations 
approved by the Registrar, and where' he fails to 
obtain a passing mark, he shall, prior to making 
further application for registration, again complete the 
course or courses of study approved by the Registrar 
and pass such examination or examinations as are 
approved by the Registrar. 

(3) Where a person applies for registration and he 
has not been previously registered as a broker or 

desman and eighteen months or more have passed 
-ince the date of his last examination, he shall not be 
registered until he retakes the required course or 
courses of study approved by the Registrar and passes 
the written examination or examinations approved by 
the Registrar. 

(4) Subject to subsection (5), where a person applies 
for registration and he has previously been registered 
and he has surrendered his registration or has had his 

egistration terminated and more than two years have 

lapsed since such surrender or termination, he shall 

not be registered until he completes the course or 



courses of study approved by the Registrar and passes 
the written examination or examinations approved by 
the Registrar. 

(5) Where a person applies for registration and he 
has previously been registered and has surrendered his 
registration or has had his registration terminated 
before the 31st day of December, 1983, he may again 
be registered without being required to complete the 
course or courses of study approved by the Registrar or 
pass the written examination or examinations 
approved by the Registrar, if he applies for registration 
within thirty-six months of the date of surrender or 
termination of his registration. O. Reg. 87/84, s. 1. 

2. This Regulation comes into force on the 1st day 
of May, 1984. O. Reg. 87/84, s. 2. 

(4195) 9 



HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

O. Reg. 88/84. 

Use of Controlled-Access Highways 

by Pedestrians. 
Made — Februar>' 6th, 1984. 
Filed— February 13th, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 495 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 

MADE UNDER THE 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 



1980 



1. Regulation 495 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 is amended by adding thereto the 
following Schedule: 

Schedule 22 

1. That part of the King's Highway known as E.C. 
Row Expressway in the City of Windsor in the County 
of Essex lying between a point situate at its inter- 
section with the westerly limit of the roadway known 
as Banwell Road and a point situate at its intersection 
with the easterly limit of the roadway known as Ojib- 
way Parkway. O. Reg. 88/84, s. 1. 



James Snow 

Minister of Transportation 

and Communications 

Dated at Toronto, this 6th day of February, 1984. 

(4196) 9 



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O. Reg. 90/84 



HIGHWA\ TRAFFIC ACT 

O. Reg. 89/84. 

Vehicles on Controlled- Access Highways. 

Made — February 6th, 1984. 

Filed— February 13th, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 496 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

1. Schedule 10 to Regulation 496 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 

Schedule 10 

That part of the King's Highway known as E.C. 
Row Expressway in the City of Windsor in the County 
of Essex lying between a point situate at its inter- 
section with the westerly limit of the roadway known 
as Banwell Road and a point situate at its intersection 
with the easterly limit of the roadway known as Ojib- 
way Parkway. O. Reg. 89/84, s. 1. 

James Snow 

Minister of Transportation 

and Communications 

Daiiil ;ii Toronto, this 6th day of February, 1984. 
(4197) 9 



HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

O. Reg. 90/84. 

Speed Limits. 

Made— February 7th, 1984. 

Filed— February 13th, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 490 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

1.— (1) Paragraph 11 of Part 2 of Schedule 23 to 
Regulation 490 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980, as remade by subsection 2 (1) of 
Ontario Regulation 227/82, is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 



District of 
Sudbury- 

Twp. of 
Hager 



1 1 . That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 17 lying between a point situate 
500 metres measured westerly from its 
intersection with the westerly limit of 
the King's Highway known as No. 535 



Regional 
Municipality 
of Sudbury — 

Town of 

Nickel 

Centre 



in the Township of Hager in the Ter- 
ritorial District of Sudbury and a point 
situate 1185 metres measured easterly 
from its intersection with the centre line 
of the roadway known as Mill Road in 
the Town of Nickel Centre in The Reg- 
ional Municipality of Sudbury. 



(2) Paragraphs 12, 13, 14, IS, 18, 29, 30, 31 and 37 
of Part 2 of the said Schedule 23 are revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 



District of 
Sudbury — 

Twps. of 
Nairn and 
Baldwin 



District of 
Sudbury — 

Twp. of 
Baldwin 

Town of 
Webbwood 



12. That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 17 in the Territorial District of 
Sudbury lying between a point situate 
250 metres measured westerly from its 
intersection with the westerly limit of 
the roadway known as Spencer Lane 
North in the hamlet of Nairn Centre in 
the Township of Nairn and a point 
situate 150 metres measured easterly 
from its intersection with the centre line 
of the roadway known as Hardwood 
Road in the Township of Baldwin. 

13. That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 17 in the Territorial District of 
Sudbury lying between a point situate 
460 metres measured westerly from its 
intersection with the centre line of the 
roadway known as Hardwood Road in 
the Township of Baldwin and a point 
situate 65 metres measured easterly from 
its intersection with the centre line of the 
roadway known as Mary Street in the 
Town of Webbwood. 



14. 
District of 
Sudbury — 

Twp. of 
The Spanish 
River 



15. 
District of 
Sudbury — 

Town of 
Massey 

District 

of Algoma — 

Twp. of 

The North 
Shore 



That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 17 in the Township of The 
Spanish River in the Territorial District 
of Sudbury lying between a point situate 
180 metres measured westerly from its 
intersection with the centre line of the 
roadway known as Agnew Lake Road in 
the Town of Webbwood and a point 
situate 205 metres measured easterly 
from its intersection with the easterly 
limit of the roadway known as Birch 
Lake Road. 

That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 17 lying between a point situate 
345 metres measured westerly from its 
intersection with the centre line of the : 
roadway known as Aberdeen Street in 
the Town of Massey in the Territorial ! 
District of Sudbury and a point situate \ 
65 metres measured easterly from its i 
intersection with the easterly limit of the i 
roadway known as Cutler Avenue in the i 
Township of The North Shore in the [ 
Territorial District of Algoma. 



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1039 



18. 
District of 
Algoma — 

Twps. of 
Johnson and 
Macdonald 



That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 17 in the Territorial District of 
Algoma lying between a point situate 
430 metres measured westerly from its 
intersection with the line between lots 6 
and 7 of Desbarats Location in the 
Township of Johnson and a point situate 
790 metres measured easterly from its 
intersection with the King's Highway 
known as No. 638 in the Township of 
Macdonald. 



District of 
.■Mgoma — 

Twps. of 
The North 
■^hore and 
riker 



Regional 
Municipality 
t Sudbury — 

1 own of 

Nickel 

Centre 



Regional 
Municipality 
r Sudbur>- — 

Town of 

Nickel 

Centre 



29. That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 17 in the Territorial District of 
Algoma lying between a point situate 
150 metres measured westerly from its 
intersection with the westerly limit of 
the roadway known as Hamilton Street 
in the Township of The North Shore 
and a point situate at its intersection 
with the line between lots 11 and 12 in 
Concession 1 in the Township of Striker. 

30. That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 17 in the Town of Nickel Centre 
in The Regional Municipality of Sud- 
bury lying between a point situate 60 
metres measured westerly from its inter- 
section with the centre line of the road- 
way known as Mill Road and a point 
situate 150 metres measured easterly 
from its intersection with the easterly 
limit of the King's Highway known as 
No. 537. 



31. That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 17 in the Town of Nickel Centre 
in The Regional Municipality of Sud- 
bury lying between a point situate 810 
metres measured westerly from its inter- 
section with the easterly limit of the 
King's Highway known as No. 537 and 
a point situate 2615 metres measured 
westerly from its intersection with the 
centre line of the roadway known as 
Regional Road No. 93 (Second Avenue). 



District of 
Algoma — 

Twp. of 
■^facdonald 

■arden River 
Indian 
Reserve 



37. That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 17 in the Territorial District of 
Algoma lying between a point situate 
920 metres measured westerly from its 
intersection with the King's Highway 
known as No. 638 in the Township of 
Macdonald and a point situate 1340 
metres measured easterly from its inter- 
section with the centre line of the bridge 
over the Garden River in the Garden 
River Indian Reserve No. 14. 



(3) Paragraph 5 of Part 3 of the said Schedule 23 is 
revoked. 



(4) Paragraphs 9, 10, 11, 16 and 17 of Part 4 of the 
said Schedule 23 are revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 



District of 
Algoma — 

Twp. of 
The North 
Shore 



District of 
Sudbury — 

Twp. of 
The Spanish 
River 

Town of 
Massev 



9. That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 17 in the Township of The North 
Shore in the Territorial District of 
Algoma lying between a point situate 65 
metres measured easterly from its inter- 
section with the easterly limit of the 
roadway known as Cutler Avenue and a 
point situate 60 metres measured east- 
erly from its intersection with the east- 
erly limit of the roadway known as Ann 
Street. 

10. That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 17 in the Territorial District of 
Sudbury King between a point situate 
205 metres measured easterly from its 
intersection with the easterly limit of the 
roadway known as Birch Lake Road in 
the Township of The Spanish River and 
a point situate 35 metres measured east- 
erly from its intersection with the centre 
line of the roadway known as Bell Street 
in the Town of Massey. 



District of 
Sudbury — 



1 1 . That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 17 in the Town of Massey in the 
Territorial District of Sudbun,- lying 
Town of between a point situate 170 metres 

Massey measured westerly from its intersection 

with the centre line of the King's High- 
way known as No. 553 and a point 
situate 345 metres measured westerly 
from its intersection with the centre line 
of the roadway known as Aberdeen 
Street. 



17. That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 17 in the Town of Nickel Centre 
in The Regional Municipality of Sud- 
bury- beginning at a point situate 150 
metres measured easterly from its inter- 
section with the easterlx limit of the 
King's Highway known as No. 537 and 
extending westerly therealong for a dis- 
tance of 960 metres. 



(5) Part 4 of the said Schedule 23 is amended by 
adding thereto the follow ing paragraphs: 



Regional 
Municipality 
of Sudbury- 

Town of 

Nickel 

Centre 



District of 
Algoma— 

Twp. of 
Macdonald 



29. That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 17 in the Township of Mac- 
donald in thi' Territorial District of 
Algoma beginning at a point situate 490 
metres measured easterly from its inter- 
section with the King's Highway known 
as No. 638 and extending easterly there- 
along for a distance of 300 metres. 



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O. Reg. 91/84 



30. That part of the King's Highway known 
District of as No. 17 in the Township of Mac- 
Algoma— fjonald in the Territorial District of 
Twp. of Algoma beginning at a point situate 360 

Macdonald metres measured westerly from its inter- 
section with the King's Highway known 
as No. 638 and extending westerly 
therealong for a distance of 560 metres. 

(6) Paragraphs 1, 12, 16, 17 and 18 of Part 5 of the 
said Schedule 23 are revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 



District of 
Sudbury — 

Twp. of 
Baldwin 



That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 1 7 in the Township of Baldwin in 
the Territorial District of Sudbury 
beginning at a point situate 150 metres 
measured easterly from its intersection 
with the centre line of the roadway 
known as Harwood Road and extending 
westerly therealong for a distance of 610 
metres. 



12. 
Regional 
Municipality 
of Sudbury — 

Town of 

Nickel 

Centre 



16. 



District of 
Sudburv — 



Town of 
Webbwood 



17. 



District of 
Algoma — 

Twp. of 
The North 
Shore 



District of 
Sudbury — 



18. 



That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 17 in the Town of Nickel Centre 
in The Regional Municipality of Sud- 
bury beginning at a point situate 1185 
metres measured easterly from its inter- 
section with the centre line of the road- 
way known as Mill Road and extending 
westerly therealong for a distance of 
1245 metres. 



That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 17 in the Territorial District of 
Sudbury lying between a point situate 65 
metres measured easterly from its inter- 
section with the centre line of the road- 
way known as Mary Street in the Town 
of Webbwood and a point situate 180 
metres measured westerly from its inter- 
section with the centre line of the road- 
way known as Agnew Lake Road in the 
Town of Webbwood. 

That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 17 in the Township of The North 
Shore in the Territorial District of 
Algoma lying between a point situate 65 
metres measured easterly from its inter- 
section with the easterly limit of the 
roadway known as Ann Street and a 
point situate 150 metres measured west- 
erly from its intersection with the centre 
line of the roadway known as Hamilton 
Street. 

That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 17 in the Town of Massey in the 
Territorial District of Sudbury lying 



Town of between a point situate 35 metres meas- 

Massey ured easterly from its intersection with 

the centre line of the roadway known as 
Bell Street and a point situate 170 
metres measured westerly from its inter- 
section with the centre line of the King's 
Highway known as No. 553. 

(7) Part 5 of the said Schedule 23 is amended by 
adding thereto the following paragraph: 



District of 
Algoma — 

Twp. of 
Macdonald 



20. That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 17 in the Township of Mac- 
donald in the Territorial District of 
Algoma lying between a point situate 
490 metres measured easterly from its 
intersection with the King's Highway 
known as No. 638 and a point situate 
360 metres measured westerly from its 
intersection with the said King's High- 
way. 

James Snow 

Minister of Transportation 

and Communications 



Dated at Toronto, this 7th day of February, 1984. 

(4198) 9 

MOTORIZED SNOW VEHICLES ACT 

O. Reg. 91/84. | 

Designations. \ 

Made— February 7th, 1984. ! 

Filed— February 13th, 1984. " 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 668 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

MOTORIZED SNOW VEHICLES ACT 

1. — (1) Paragraph 1 of section 2 of Regulation 668 
of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is 
amended by inserting after "No." in the first 
line "400". 

(2) Paragraph 3 of the said section 2 is revoked. 

2 . Section 3 of the said Regulation is amended by 
adding thereto the following paragraph: 

10. That part of the King's Highway known as 
No. 1 1 , including the Highway 400/Highway 
1 1 Link (also known as No. 1 1) lying between 
a point situate at its intersection with the 
King's Highway known as No. 400 in the 
Township of Vespra in the County of Simcoe 
and a point situate at its intersection with the 
boundary line between The District Munici- 
pality of Muskoka and the County of Simcoe. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 94/84 1041 



James Snow 

Minister of Transportation 

and Communications 

Dated at Toronto, this 7th day of Februar>', 1984. 

(4199) 9 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 92/84. 

Restricted Areas — District of Algoma, 

Sault Ste. Marie North Planning 

Area. 
Made— February 8th, 1984. 
Filed— February 13th, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 279/80 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

1. Ontario Regulation 279/80 is amended by 
adding thereto the following section: 

79. — (1) Notwithstanding any other provision of 
this Order, a telecommunications switching station 
may be erected and used on the land described in sub- 
section (2) provided the following requirements are 
met: 



Minimum front vard 



18 metres 



Minimum side yard on 

south side of lot 20 metres 

(2) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land 
situate in the geographic Township of Fenwick in the 
lerritorial District of Algoma, being that part of 
Broken Northeast Quarter, Section 32, more partic- 
ularl\ described as Part 1 on a Plan registered in the 
Land Registry' Office for the Registn.' Division of 
Algoma (No. 1) as Number lR-5819. 6. Reg. 92/84, 
■ 1. 

L. J. FiNCHAM 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

and Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 8th day of February, 1984. 



1200) 



HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

O. Reg. 93/84. 

General. 

Made — February 9th, 1984. 

Filed— February- 14th, 1984. 



regulation to amend 

regulation 452 of 

revised regulations of ontario, 1980 

mmjk under the 

health insurance act 

1. Subsection 59 (1/) of Regulation 452 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as made by sec- 
tion 1 of Ontario Regulation 789/83, is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

(1/) The amount payable by the Plan for an insured 
service rendered by a physician outside Ontario to an 
insured person on or after the 1st day of January, 1984 
is the lesser of, 

(a) the amount actually billed by the physician; 



(b) the amount set out opposite the service in 
Schedule 15 or 46.3 cents multiplied by the 
applicable individual unit value for such ser- 
vice set out opposite the service in Schedule 
16, as the case may be. O. Reg. 93/84, s. 1. 

2. — (1) Subsection 67 (2e) of the said Regulation, 
as remade by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 
789/83, is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor: 

(2e) The amount payable by the Plan for an insured 
service rendered by a physician in Ontario to an 
insured person on or after the 1st day of April, 1983 
and before the 1st day of January-, 1984 is the amount 
set out opposite the service in Schedule 15 as it existed 
on the 19th day of December, 1983 or 46.3 cents mul- 
tiplied by the individual applicable unit value for such 
service set out opposite the service in Schedule 16, as 
the case may be. O. Reg. 93/84, s. 2 (1). 

(2) Subsection 67 (2/) of the said Regulation, as 
made by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 
789/83, is revoked and the following substi- 
tuted therefor: 

(2/) The amount payable by the Plan for an insured 
service rendered by a physician in Ontario to an 
insured person on or after the 1st day of January , 1984 
is the amount set out opposite the service in Schedule 
15 or 46.3 cents multiplied by the individual applicable 
unit value for such service set out opposite the service 
in Schedule 16, as the case may be. O. Reg. 93/84, s. 
2 (2). 

(4201) 9 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 94/84. 

Restricted Areas — Territorial District 

of Sudbury. 
Made— February 8th, 1984. 
Filed— February 14th, 1984. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 95/84 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 834/81 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

1. Schedule 1 to Ontario Regulation 834/81 is 
amended by adding thereto the following sec- 
tion: 

50. — (1) Notwithstanding section 13 of the Order, 
the land described in subsection (2) may be used for the 
location and use thereon of two mobile homes, pro- 
vided that the following requirements are met: 

Minimum front and rear 

yards 11 metres 



Minimum side yards 



6 metres 



(2) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land 
situate in the geographic Township of Burwash in the 
Territorial District of Sudbury, being that part of Lot 7 
in Concession III described as parcel 9948 in the Land 
Registry Office for the Land Titles Division of Sud- 
bury (No. S3). 

L. J. FiNCHAM 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

and ftousing 

Dated at Toronto, this 8th day of February, 1984. 



(4202) 



ASSESSMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 95/84. 

Equalization of Assessments made 

under Section 63 of the Assessment 

Act. 
Made — February 14th, 1984. 
Filed— February 14th, 1984. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
ASSESSMENT ACT 

EQUALIZATION OF ASSESSMENTS MADE 

UNDER SECTION 63 OF THE ASSESSMENT 

ACT 

1. The equalization of assessment made under the 
Act in each prescribed class of real property necessary 
in order to provide, for each municipality specified in 
the Schedule to this Regulation, assessments of real 
property that, in accordance with section 63 of the Act, 
will be equitable one with the other in each prescribed 
class of real property shall include, as standards to be 
taken into account in such equalization and the com- 
putation of the factors resulting therefrom, the fol- 
lowing considerations: 



1 . The proportion that the municipal and school 
taxes levied for the year 1983 against the total 
assessment of real property in each pre- 
scribed class of real property is of the total 
municipal and school taxes levied for the year 
1983 in the municipality shall be maintained 
to the extent that, if that single mill rate that 
would have been required to produce in the 
year 1983 the amount of municipal and 
school taxes levied in that year against the 
total assessment of the prescribed class of real 
property were applied to the total assessment 
for that prescribed class of real property 
resulting from the application of the factors 
hereafter in this Regulation prescribed for 
that class of real property in that munici- 
pality, the municipal and school taxes that 
would have been so levied for the year 1983 
from the total assessment for that prescribed 
class will be substantially the same total 
amount for that prescribed class of real prop- 
erty as was actually levied in the munici- 
pality for the year 1983 against the total 
assessment for that prescribed class of real 
property in that municipality. 

2. All real property within a prescribed class of 
real property in the same municipality shall, 
as nearly as may be, be assessed at the same 
proportion of the market value of such real 
property in the year 1980, as that market 
value is determined by the Assessment 
Commissioner in whose Assessment Region 
such real property is located. 

3. The total assessment, including assessments 
made under section 32 or 33 of the Act, of the 
real property in a municipality to which this 
Regulation applies shall not be increased or 
decreased substantially. 

4. Equitability of assessment of real property 
within each prescribed class of real property 
in the same municipality shall be established 
without significant alteration of the assess- 
ment relationships between prescribed clas- 
ses of real property in the same municipality, 
provided that this paragraph does not apply 
to affect changes in the assessment relation- 
ship between prescribed classes of real prop- 
erty that result from an increase in the total 
assessment of the prescribed class of real 
property by reason of assessments made 
under section 32 or 33 of the Act. O. Reg. j 
95/84, s. 1. 

2. This Regulation applies to the municipalities! 
named in the Schedule to this Regulation and to the! 
assessment to be shown on the assessment roll to bei 
returned in each such municipality for the year 1983! 
for taxation in the year 1984. O. Reg. 95/84, s. 2. > 

3. For the purposes of this Regulation, the real: 
property situate in each municipality named in thei 
Schedule to this Regulation shall be divided into the; 



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O. Reg. 96/84 1043 



prescribed classes of real property that are designated 
in the said Schedule for that municipality. O. Reg. 

95/84, s. 3. 

4. For the purposes of this Regulation, the factor to 
be applied to the market value, as determined in 
accordance with paragraph 2 of section 1, of real prop- 
erty in each prescribed class of real property in the 
municipality shall be that shown in the Schedule to 
this Regulation opposite the number of the prescribed 
class applicable to that municipality. O. Reg. 95/84, 
?. 4. 

5. For the purposes of this Regulation, the follow- 
ing classes of real property are prescribed: 

Class i 

Property assessed either, 

(a) as residential and comprising not more than 
six residential units, including vacant land 
municipally zoned principally for residential 
development described in this clause; or 

(b) as seasonal residential including vacant land 
zoned principally for this purpose. 

Class 2 

Property assessed either, 

(a) as residential and comprising seven or more 
residential units, including vacant land 
municipally zoned principally for residential 
development described in this clause; or 

ib) as a unit or proposed unit within the meaning 
of the Condominium Act to which subsection 
65 (2) of the Assessment Act does not apply 
and that is part of a building or parcel of land 
containing seven or more residential units, 
whether or not such residential units are 
units or proposed units within the meaning of 
the Condominium Act. 

Class 3 

Property assessed as commercial, including vacant 
land municipally zoned principally for commercial 
development. 

Class 4 

, Property assessed as industrial, including vacant land 
municipally zoned principally for industrial develop- 
ment. 

Class 5 

Property assessed as farm land. 

<'lass 6 

Property assessed as a pipeline. 



.ASS 7 

•perty assessed as a railway right of way. 

/84, s. 5. 



O. Reg. 



Schedule 
DISTRICT OF THUNDER BAY 



Municipality 



Prescribed 
Class of Factor 

Real (0.) 

Property 



Township of 
Manitouwadge 




474 
545 






492 






457 






955 


Township of Marathon 




259 
171 






340 






956 






323 


Township of Schreiber 




070 
070 






HI 






029 


Township of Terrace Bay 




210 
292 






336 






523 






1.109 


Lake Superior Board of 
Education 




060 
211 






056 



O. Reg. 95/84, Sched. 

Bud Gregory 
Minister of Revenue 

Dated at Toronto, this 14th day of February, 1984. 

(4203) 9 

FARM PRODUCTS MARKETING ACT 

O. Reg. 96/84. 
Potatoes — Marketing. 
Made — February 14th, 1984. 
Filed— February 14th, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 371 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

FARM PRODUCTS MARKETING ACT 



1. Section 13 of Regulation 371 of Revised Regu- 
lations of Ontario, 1980 is amended by striking 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 97/84 



out "and (d)" in the second line and inserting in 
lieu thereof "(d) and (e)". 



2. The said Regulation is amended by adding 
thereto the following section: 

14a. — (1) Where a negotiating agency has met and 
does not arrive at an agreement respecting all matters 
that it is empowered to adopt or settle by agreement, 
the negotiating agency may refer the matters in dispute 
to a conciliation board. 



(2) A conciliation board shall be composed of three 
members. 



(3) One member shall be appointed by the members 
of the negotiating agency appointed by the local board 
and one other member shall be appointed by the mem- 
bers of the negotiating agency appointed by the pro- 
cessors. 



(4) Where two members are appointed to a con- 
ciliation board in accordance with subsection (3), the 
two members so appointed may appoint a third 
member to the conciliation board. 



(5) The negotiating agency shall submit to the con- 
ciliation board a statement or statements of the matters 
in dispute. 

(6) The conciliation board shall, 

(a) endeavour to effect agreement on any matter 
referred to it under subsection (5); and 

(fc) recommend adoption of any agreement 
effected under clause (a) to the negotiating 
agency. O. Reg. 96/84, s. 2. 

3. Subsection 15 (1) of the said Regulation, as 
amended by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
108/81, is further amended by striking out "12" 
in the third line and inserting in lieu thereof 
"14". 

The Farm Products Marketing Board: 



John McMurchy 
Chairman 



Cheryl Greet 
Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 14th day of February, 1984. 



(4208) 



FARM INCOME STABILIZATION AC I 

O. Reg. 97/84. 

Plan — Weaner Pig Stabilization, 

1980-1985. 
Made — December 14th, 1983. 
Approved— February 9th, 1984. 
Filed— February 14th, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 322 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO 

MADE UNDER THE 

FARM INCOME STABILIZATION ACT 



1980 



1. Paragraph 1 of section 6 of Regulation 322 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

1 . In every production period the person enrol- 
led shall file with the Commission a record of 
the number of sows owned by him as of a 
date in the production period specified by the 
Commission as being the date in respect of 
which the determination of the number of 
sows owned by him is made for purposes of 
calculating the number of weaner pigs owned 
or marketed by him in the production period 
as provided in section 11. 

2. Section 8 of the said Regulation is revoked. 

3. The said Regulation is amended by adding 
thereto the following Part: 

Part V 

25. This Part applies to the production period 
commencing on the 1st day of October, 1983. 
O. Reg. 97/84, s. 3, part. 

26. The final date for application for enrolment in 
the plan for the production period commencing on the 
1st day of October, 1983 is the 27th day of January, 
1984. O. Reg. 97/84, s. 3, part. 

27. — (1) Subject to subsection (2), every person 
enrolled in the plan shall pay a fee of $22 for each sow 
enrolled in the plan for the production period com- i 
mencing on the 1st day of October, 1983. ' 

(2) Where the applicant has moneys standing to his 
credit on the books of the Commission, the Commis- 
sion may deduct such amount from the fees payable 
under subsection (1). O. Reg. 97/84, s. 3, part. 

Farm Income Stabilization Commission 

OF Ontario: ' 

M. Huff 
Chairman \ 

B. Hunter 

Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 14th day of December, 1983. 
(4209) < 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 101/84 1045 



FARM INCOME STABILIZATION ACT 

O. Reg. 98/84. 

Plan — White Bean Stabilization, 

1982-1984. 
Made— Januan- 18th, 1984. 
Approved — February 9th, 1984. 
Filed— February 14th. 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 670/82 

MADE UNDER THE 

FARM INCOME STABILIZATION ACT 

1. Section 11 of Ontario Regulation 670/82 is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

11. The base price for white beans for the 1982 crop 
year is $482.38 per tonne. O. Reg. 98/84, 
s. 1, part. 

12. The stabilization price for white beans for the 
1982 crop year is S563.03 per tonne. O. Reg. 98/84, 
V 1, part. 

13. The farm product receipts for white beans for 
the 1982 crop year are calculated to be S538.91 per 
tonne. O. Reg. 98/84, s. 1, part. 

Farm Income Stabilization Commission 

OF Ontario: 

M. Huff 
Chairman 

B. Hunter 

Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 18th day of Januar>-, 1984. 
(4210) 9 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 99/84. 

Restricted Areas — Territorial District 

of Sudbur\-. 
Made — Februar>- 13th, 1984. 
Filed— February ISth, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 834/81 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

1. Schedule 1 to Ontario Regulation 834/81 is 
amended by adding thereto the following 
section: 

51. — (1) The building existing on December 15, 
1983 on the land described in subsection (2) may be 
used as an automobile body shop. 



(2) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land 
situate in the geographic Township of Bigwood in the 
Territorial District of Sudbur\-, being that part of Lot 
11 in Concession VI more particularly described as 
Parts 1 and 2 on a Plan deposited in the Land Registry 
Office for the Land Titles Division of Sudbur\- (No. 53) 
as Number 53R-4726. 

L. J. Fincham 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

and Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 13th day of Februarj-, 1984. 

(4211) 9 

APPRENTICESHIP AND TRADESMEN'S 
QUALIFICATION ACT 

O. Reg. 100/84. 
Service Station Attendant. 
Made— Februan,- 9th, 1984. 
Filed— February 15th, 1984. 



REGULATIOxN TO REVOKE 

REGULATION 56 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

APPRENTICESHIP AND TIL^DESMEN'S 

QUALIFICATION ACT 

1. Regulation 56 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 is revoked. O. Reg. 100/84, 
s. 1. 

2. Notwithstanding section 1, Regulation 56 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 shall 
continue to apply to a person who was 
employed under an existing contract of appren- 
ticeship in the certified trade before the 31st day 
of December, 1983, and who completes the 
apprentice training program for the certified 
trade and passes the final examinations on 
or before the 31st day of December, 1985. 
O. Reg. 100/84, s. 2. 



(4212) 



HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

O. Reg. 101/84. 

Speed Limits. 

Made — Februar\- 13th, 1984. 

Filed— Februar\- 15th, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 490 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 



269 



1046 O. Reg. 101/84 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 102/84 



1. Paragraph 3 of Part S of Schedule 26 to Regu- 
lation 490 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1980, as remade by section 3 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 227/82, is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor: 



Twp. of 
Maiden 



3. That part of the King's Highway known 
Essex— as No. 18 in the Township of Maiden in 

the County of Essex beginning at a point 
situate 45 metres measured easterly 
from the intersection with the centre line 
of the roadway known as Essex Road SO 
and extending westerly therealong for a 
distance of 1255 metres. 

2.— <1) Part 3 of Schedule 88 to the said Regula- 
tion is amended by adding thereto the following 
paragraphs: 



Lambton — 

Twp. of 
Warwick 
Village of 
Arkona 



4. That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 7 and 79 in the Township of 
Warwick in the County of Lambton 
lying between a point situate at its inter- 
section with the west limit of the south 
junction of the King's Highway known 
as No. 7 and the King's Highway known 
as No. 79 and a point situate 500 metres 
measured southerly from its intersection 
with the centre line of the roadway 
known as Frank Street in the Village of 
Arkona. 

5 . That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 7 and 79 in the Township of 
Bosanquet in the County of Lambton 
lying between a point situate 30 metres 
measured northerly from its intersection 
with the centre line of the roadway 
known as Rock Glen Road and a point 
situate at its intersection with the north 
limit of the north junction of the King's 
Highway known as No. 79. 



(2) Paragraph 1 of Part 4 of the said Schedule 88 is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 



Lambton— 

Twp. of 
Bosanquet 



Lambton— 

Twp. of 
Warwick 
Village of 
Arkona 



That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 7 and 79 in the Township of 
Warwick in the County of Lambton 
beginning at a point situate 100 metres 
measured southerly from its intersection 
with the centre line of the roadway 
known as Frank Street in the Village of 
Arkona and extending southerly there- 
along for a distance of 400 metres. 



(3) Part 4 of the said Schedule 88 is amended by 
adding thereto the following paragraph: 



Lambton — 

Twp. of 
Bosanquet 
Village of 
Arkona 



That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 7 and 79 in the County of 
Lambton lying between a point situate 
85 metres measured northerly from its 
intersection with the centre line of the 
roadway known as Union Street in the 



Village of Arkona and a point situate 30 
metres measured northerly from its 
intersection with the cente line of the 
roadway known as Rock Glen Road in 
the Township of Bosanquet. 

(4) Part 6 of the said Schedule 88 is amended by 
adding thereto the following paragraph: 



Lambton- 



Village of 
Arkona 



That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 7 and 79 in the Village of Arkona 
in the County of Lambton lying between 
a point situate 100 metres measured 
southerly from its intersection with the 
centre line of the roadway known as 
Frank Street and a point situate 85 
metres measured northerly from its 
intersection with the centre line of the 
roadway known as Union Street. 



Paragraph 1 of Part 3 of Schedule 90 to the said 
Regulation is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor: 



Middlesex- 

Twp. of 

West 

Williams 



1. That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 7 and 81 in the Township of West 
Williams in the County of Middlesex 
lying between a point situate at its inter- 
section with the west limits of the west 
junction of the King's Highway known 
as No. 7 and the King's Highway known 
as No. 81 and a point situate at its inter- 
section with the east limits of the east 
junction of the King's Highway known 
as No. 7 and the King's Highway known 
as No. 81. 

James Snow 

Minister of Transportation 

and Communications 



Dated at Toronto, this 13th day of February, 1984. 



(4213) 



HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

O. Reg. 102/84. 

Exemption from the Provisions of Sec- 
tion 7 of the Act — State of Virginia. 
Made— February 9th, 1984. 
Filed— February 15th, 1984. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

STATE OF VIRGINIA EXEMPTION FROM 

THE PROVISIONS OF SECTION 7 OF THE 

ACT 

1. In this Regulation, 

(a) "base" means the place, 



270 



O. Reg. 102/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 104/84 1047 



(i) from which a vehicle is most fre- 
quently dispatched, operated or 
otherwise controlled, 

(ii) at which it is garaged, serviced or 
maintained, or 

(iii) from which the vehicle leaves and to 
which it returns in its normal opera- 
tions; 

(b) "place of business" means a place or location 
in the State of Virginia where an owner or 
lessee of a commercial motor vehicle has a 
terminal, warehouse, office, garage or a 
permanent bona fide address at which an 
employee reports and performs regular and 
continuing service for the owner or lessee or, 
when used in respect of a household carrier, 
means the place or location where the carrier 
or his agent has a terminal, warehouse, 
office, garage or a permanent bona fide 
address at which an employee reports and 
performs regular and continuing service for 
the carrier or his agent. O. Reg. 102/84, 
s. 1. 



2. — (1) Every commercial motor vehicle that, 

(a) is owned or leased by a person who has a 
place of business in the State of 
Virginia; 

0) is registered and based in the State of 
Virginia; 

(c) bears number plates issued for the vehicle by 
the State of Virginia except where the regis- 
tration referred to in clause (b) is temporary; 
and 

(d) has a gross weight, including the gross 
weight of any towed vehicles, not exceeding 
the gross weight shown on the permit issued 
by the State of Virginia, 

is exempt from the provisions of section 7 of the Act 
during its stay in Ontario, for a period of thirty days 
commencing with the day the vehicle enters Ontario. 



t (2) The exemption provided by subsection (1) ceases 
to apply to a commercial motor vehicle that, 

(a) is used or maintained for the transportation 
of goods or passengers for compensation or in 
furtherance of a commercial enterprise; or 

(b) weighs more than 2800 kilograms and does 
not have a camper unit mounted on it as a 
functional part of it, 

upon the vehicle being used to pick up goods or pas- 
sengers in Ontario for delivery in Ontario. 



(3) The exemption provided by subsection (1) ceases 
to apply upon the Minister notifying the owner or les- 
see of the vehicle that in the opinion of the Minister the 
conditions set out in subsection (1) are not being 
met. O. Reg. 102/84, s. 2. 

(4214) 9 



NIAGARA PARKS ACT 



O. Reg. 103/84. 

General. 

Made— January 11th, 1984. 

Approved — February 2nd, 1984. 

Filed— February 15th, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 686 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

NIAGARA PARKS ACT 

1. The Schedule to subsection 15 (1) of Regulation 
686 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 





Schedule 




Class of 
Licence 


Number of 
Passengers 


Minimum Limits 
(Each Occurrence) 


1 
2 

3 
4 


1 — 8 

1 — 6 

1 — 16 

17 or more 


$1,000,000 
1,000,000 
1,000,000 
2,000,000 




The Niagara Parks Commission: 






James W. Allan 
Chairman 






D. R. Wilson 
General Manager 



Dated at Niagara Falls, this 11th day of January, 

1984. 

(4241) 9 



PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 104/84. 

Delegation of Authority of Minister 
under Section 4 of the Planning Act, 
1983-Consents. 

Made— February 9th, 1984. 

Filed— February 16th, 1984. 



271 



1048 O. Reg. 104/84 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 106/84 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 474/83 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

1. Subsection 1 (1) of Ontario Regulation 474/83 
is amended by striking out "the Lakehead 
Planning Area" in the ninth and tenth lines and 
inserting in lieu thereof "the Lakehead Rural 
Planning Area". 

2. Schedule 2 to the said Regulation is amended 
by striking out "The Lakehead Planning Area" 
in the fifteenth line and inserting in lieu thereof 
"The Lakehead Rural Planning Area". 

Claude F. Bennett 

Minister of Municipal Affairs 

and Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 9th day of February, 1984. 

(4242) 9 

MILK ACT 

O. Reg. 105/84. 

Marketing of Milk to Fluid Milk 

Processors. 
Made — February ISth, 1984. 
Filed— February 16th, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 541/81 

MADE UNDER THE 

MILK ACT 

1. Subsection 15 (la) of Ontario Regulation 
541/81, as made by subsection 1 (1) of Ontario 
Regulation 2 1/84, is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 

(la) All Class 1 milk supplied to a processor and 
distributed by him in those parts of Ontario compris- 
ing the Northwestern Ontario Pool shall be sold by the 
marketing board and bought by the processor for not 
less than a minimum price of $50.77 per hectolitre 
for milk containing 3.6 kilograms of milk- fat per 
hectolitre. O. Reg. 105/84, s. 1. 

2. This Regulation comes into force on the 16th 
day of February, 1984. 

The Ontario Milk Marketing Board: 

Kenneth McKinnon 
Chairman 

H. Parker 

Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 15th day of February, 1984. 
(4243) 9 



PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 
DEVELOPMENT AC P 

O. Reg. 106/84. 

County of Halton (now The Regional 

Municipality of Halton), City of 

Burlington. 
Made — February 15th, 1984. 
Filed— February 16th, 1984. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 482/73 

MADE UNDER THE 

PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 

DEVELOPMENT ACT 

1. Ontario Regulation 482/73 is amended 
adding thereto the following section: 



by 



113. — (1) Notwithstanding any other provision of 
this Order, a single-family dwelling and buildings and 
structures accessory thereto may be erected and used 
on the land described in subsection (2) provided the 
following requirements are met: 

Minimum distance 
between any building or 
structure and the front 
lot line 23 



Minimum distance 
between any building or 
structure and the north- 
erly side lot line 17 



metres 



metres 



Minimum distance 
between any building or 
structure and the south- 
erly side lot line 2 metres 

Minimum distance 
between any building or 
structure and the rear lot 
line 10 metres 



Minimum distance 
between the single-fam- 
ily dwelling and top of 
the bank of the water- 
course located on the 
land described in sub- 
section (2) 

Minimum floor area of 
single-family dwelling 



4.5 metres > 

one storey — 111 square 

metres 

one and one-half storeys 

— 125 square metres 

two storeys — 139 square 

metres 

split level — 116 square 

metres 



272 



O. Reg. 106/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 107/84 1049 



(2) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land 
situate in the City of Burlington in The Regional 
Municipality of Halton, formerly in the Township of 
East Flamborough in the County of Wentworth, being 
that part of Lot 7 in Concession II designated as Parts 
3 and 4 on a Plan deposited in the Land Registry Office 
for the Registry Division of Halton (No. 20) as 
Number 20R-6152. O. Reg. 106/84, s. I. 



G. M. Farrow 

Assistant Deputy Minister 

Community Planning Wing 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

and Housing 

Dated at Toronto, this 15th day of February, 1984. 



(4244) 



HEALTH DISCIPLINES ACT 

O. Reg. 107/84. 

Parcost C.D.I. 

Made — February 16th, 1984. 

Filed— February 17th, 1984. 



! REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 

: ' HEALTH DISCIPLINES ACT 

PARCOST C.D.I. 

^ 1. For the purposes of Part VI of the Act, the Parcost C.D.I, is the comparative drug index contained in the 

i Schedule hereto: 

j Schedule 

; PART 1 

' Introduction 

1. Except where indicated otherwise by the words "not interchangeable" for the purposes of subsection 155 
(1) of the Act products listed in the PARCOST Comparative Drug Index are interchangeable pharmaceutical 
products. 



2. For the purposes of subsection 155 (3) of the Act, the prescription fee shall not exceed a maximum of 



$5.00. 



273 



1050 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 107/84 

Drug Benefit Information Letter — February, 1984 



Additional Drugs 

The following drug products have been added as benefits in theFebniary 1984 
edition of the Drug Benefit Fornnulary, PARCOST Comparative Drug Index. 





DIN 


Dosage 


Mfr. 


Page 


8:12:12 










ESS-600 (Erythromycin Ethyl 


583782 


600mg Tab 


ABB 


6 


Succinate) 










Novorythro Ethyl Succinate 


605859 


40mg/mL 0/L 


NOP 


7 


(Erythromycin Ethyl Succinate) 










8:12:28 










Novolexin (Cephalexin Monohydrate) 


583421 


500mg Tab 


NOP 


10 


Novolexin (Cephalexin Monohydrate) 


583413 


250mg Tab 


NOP 


10 


10:00 










Cytadren (Aminoglutethimide) 


587729 


250mg Tab 


CIS 


16 


12:08 










Atropine Sulfate (Atropine Sulfate) 


535699 


0.6mg/mL 
InjSoMmLPk 


SOU 


20 


Atropine Sulfate (Atropine Sulfate) 


535680 


0.4mg/mL 
InjSoMmLPk 


SOU 


20 


20:04 










Palafer Pediatric Drops (Ferrous 


590630 


60mg/mL 0/L 


BEE 


28 


Fumarate [Pediatric]) 




45mL Pk 






24:04 










Cardlzem (Diltiazem HCI) 


587761 


60mg Tab 


NRD 


30 


Cardizem (Diltiazem HCI) 


587753 


30mg Tab 


NRD 


30 


Norpace CR (Disopyramide) 


584231 


150mgLATab 


SEA 


30 


24H)8 










MInlpress (Prazosin HCI) 


560979 


5mg Tab 


PFI 


34 


Minipress (Prazosin HCI) 


560960 


2mg Tab 


PFI 


34 


MInipress (Prazosin HCI) 


560952 


Img Tab 


PFI 


34 


Tenormin (Atenolol) 


486833 


lOOmg Tab 
28 Pk 


ICI 


32 


Tenomiln (Atenolol) 


520683 


50mg Tab 
28 Pk 


ICI 


32 


24:08 & 40:28 










Aldactazide-50 (Hydrochlorothiazide 


594377 


SOmg & 50mg 


SEA 


33 60 


& Spironolactone) 




TaD 







274 



O. Reg. 107/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



lOSl 





DIN 


Dosage 


Mfr. 


Page 


28:08 










Acetaminophen (Acetaminophen) 


567663 


500mg Tab 


WAI^ 


38 


Acetaminophen (Acetaminophen) 


374148 


325mg Tab 


\NAM 


38 


Acetaminophen (Acetaminophen) 


553328 


120mgSup 


BEE 


38 


Apo-lbuprofen (Ibuprofen) 


506052 


400mg Tab 


APX 


40 


Apo-ibuprofen (Ibuprofen) 


441651 


300mg Tab 


APX 


40 


Apo-lbuprofen (Ibuprofen) 


441643 


200mg Tab 


APX 


40 


Apo-Naproxen (Naproxen) 


592277 


500mg Tab 


APX 


41 


Dolobid (Oiflunisal) 


576131 


500mg Tab 


FRS 


39 


Oolobid (Oiflunisal) 


587699 


250mg Tab 


FRS 


39 


Ibuprofen (Ibuprofen) 


606219 


400mg Tab KNR 


40 


Ibuprofen (Ibuprofen) 


606200 


300mg Tab KNR 


40 


Ibuprofen (Ibuprofen) 


606197 


200mg Tab KNR 


40 


Indocid (Indomethacin) 


594466 


50mg Sup 


MSD 


40 


Novonaprox (Naproxen) 


589861 


500mg Tab 


NOP 


41 


28:16:04 










Merital (Nomifensine f^aleate) 


471437 


50mg Cap 


HOE 


44 


Merltal (Nomifensine Maleate) 


471445 


25mg Cap 


HOE 


44 


28:16:08 










Ativan (Lorazepam) 


399124 


0.5mg Tab 


WYE 


48 


Fluanxol (Flupenthixol 


392316 


0.5mg Tab 


MER 


47 


Dihydrochloride) 










Haldol-LA (Haloperidol Decanoate) 


599093 


lOOmg/mL 
Oily Inj Sol 
ImLPk 


MCN 


48 


Haldol-LA (Haloperidol Decanoate) 


599085 


50mg/mL 
Oily Inj Sol 
1ml Pk 


t^CN 


48 


Piportil L4 (Pipotiazine Palmitate) 


990507 


50mg/mL 
Inj Soli mLPk 


RRP 


49 


28:16:12 










Carbolith (Lithium Carbonate) 


461733 


150mg Cap 


ICN 


51 


36:88 










Chemstrip uGSOOO (Glucose Oxidase 


990019 


Strip 50 Pk 


USV 


56 


Reagent [Semi-Quantitative]) 










(Not interchangeable) 










40:12 










Apo-K (Potassium Chloride) 


602884 


8mEq LA Tab 


APX 


58 


(Not Interchangeable) 










Bacteriostatic Sodium Chloride 


287113 


0.9% Inj Sol 


SOU 


58 


(Sodium Chloride [Bacteriostatic]) 




30mL Pk 






Novolente-K (Potassium Chloride) 


602876 


8mEq LA Tab 


NOP 


58 


(Not Interchangeable) 










Potassium Chloride (Potassium 


287318 


20mEq/10mL 


SOU 


58 


Chloride) 




Inj Sol 
lOmL Pk 






Sodium Chloride (Sodium Chloride) 


287407 


0.9% Inj Sol 
lOmL Pk 


SOU 


58 



48:04 

Delsym (Dextromethorphan 
Polymer Complex) 



589888 



6mg/mL O/L PWC 64 



275 



1052 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 107/84 



52:24 

Eppy/N 1% (Epinephryl Borate) 

Eppy/N V2% (Epinephryl Borate) 

52:36 

Duolube (Petrolatum & Mineral Oil) 



Indocid (indomethacin) 
Murocel (Methylcellulose) 
Muro-128 (Sodium Chloride) 
Muro-128 (Sodium Chloride) 

Neo-Tears (Polyvinyl Alcohol) 

56:22 

Dimenhydrinate (Dimenhydrinate) 

Dimenhydrinate (Dimenhydrinate) 



56:40 

Apo-Cimetidlne (Cimetidine) 
Apo-Cimetidine (Cimetidine) 
Novocimetine (Cimetidine) 
Novocimetine (Cimetidine) 

68:04 

Novoprednisone (Prednisone) 

68:20:01 

Humuiin Regular [insulin (Zinc 

Crystalline) Human Biosynthetic 

(rDNA Origin)) 
Humuiin NPH [Insulin (Isophane) 

Human Biosynthetic (rDNA 

Origin)] 

68:32 

Demulen 50 (Ethinyl Estradiol 

& Ethynodiol Diacetate) 

(Not Interchangeable) 
Demulen 50 (Ethinyl Estradiol 

& Ethynodiol Diacetate) 

(Not Interchangeable) 
Demulen 30 (Ethinyl Estradiol 

& Ethynodiol Diacetate) 

(Not Interchangeable) 
Demulen 30 (Ethinyl Estradiol 

& Ethynodiol Diacetate) 

(Not Interchangeable) 



DIN Dosage 



Mfr. 



Prge 



323659 


1 % Oph Sol 


BAH 


69 


323640 


0.5% Oph Sol 


BAH 


69 


514691 


80% & 20% 
Oph Oint 
3.5g Pk 


HDT 


70 


594458 


1 % Oph Susp 


MSD 


69 


514705 


1 % Oph Sol 


HDT 


69 


514667 


5% Oph Sol 


HDT 


70 


514675 


5% Oph Oint 
3.5g Pk 


HDT 


70 


469033 


0.1% Oph Sol 


BAH 


70 


287202 


250mg/5mL 
Inj Sol 5mL Pk 


SOU 


75 


287210 


50mg/5mL 
Inj Sol 5mL Pk 


SOU 


75 


600067 


600mg Tab 


APX 


75 


600059 


400mg Tab 


APX 


75 


603686 


600mg Tab 


NOP 


75 


603678 


400mg Tab 


NOP 


75 



232378 50mg Tab 



586714 



587737 



NOP 83 



lOOOU/IOmL 

Inj Sol otc 

lOmL Pk 
lOOOU/IOmL 

Inj Susp otc 

lOmL Pk 



LIL 



LIL 



86 



85 



343536 0.05mg&1mg SEA 87 
Tab 28 Pk 

028630 0.05mg&1mg SEA 87 
Tab 21 Pk 

471526 0.03mg & 2mg SEA 87 
Tab 28 Pk 

469327 0.03mg & 2mg SEA 87 
Tab 21 Pk 



276 



O. Reg. 107/84 



68:32 (Cont'd) 
Enovid-E (Mestranol & 

Norethynodrel) 

(Not Interchangeable) 
Ovulen 1 (Mestranol & 

Ethynodlol Diacetate) 

(Not Interchangeable) 
Ovulen 1 (Mestranol & 

Ethynodiol Diacetate) 

(Not Interchangeable) 
Ovulen 0.5 (Mestranol & 

Ethynodiol Diacetate) 

(Not Interchangeable) 
Ovulen 0.5 (Mestranol & 

Ethynodiol Diacetate 

(Not Interchangeable) 

84:04:08 

Canesten 3 (Clotrimazole) 

84:06 

Cortlcreme (Hydrocortisone Acetate) 
Uremoi-HC (Hydrocortisone Acetate 
& Urea) 

84:36 

Accutane (Isotretinoin) 

Accutane (Isotretinoin) 

86:00 

Novotriphyl (Oxtriphylline) 

Phyllocontin-35a 

(Anninophylline) 

92:00 

Parlodel (Bromocriptine) 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
DIN 

028665 



1053 



340774 



028703 



341533 



028681 



Dosage 


Mfr. 


Page 


O.lmg & 2.5mg 


SEA 


90 


Tab 21 Pk 






O.lmg & Img 


SEA 


89 


Tab 28 Pk 






O.lmg & Img 


SEA 


89 


Tab 21 Pk 






O.lmg &0.5mg 


SEA 


89 


Tab 28 Pk 






O.lmg &0.5mg 


SEA 


89 


Tab 21 Pk 







576492 20mg/g Vag Cr MIT 



568643 5mg Cap 



SAN 



96 



477699 


1 % Cr 


ROG 


100 


560022 


1% & 10% 
Lot 


TCD 


100 


582352 


40mg Cap 


HLR 


103 


582344 


lOmg Cap 


HLR 


103 


565377 


300mg Tab 


NOP 


106 


593230 


350mg LA Tab 


PFR 


106 



114 



Discontinued Products 

The following drug products, designated by the number symbol (#) in the Formulary, 

will be discontinued effective February 1984, 
but will remain as benefits for the duration 
of this Fonnulary to allow utilization of 
remaining stock. 

DIN Dosage Mfr. Page 

04:00 

Fortilstal (Dimethindene Maleate) 005444 Img Tab CIB 2 



08:12:16 

Dynapen (Dicloxacillm) 

Prostaphlin (Oxacillin) 

08:12:28 

Velosef (Cephradine) 



003956 
003999 



125mg Cap 
250mg Cap 



BRI 
BR! 



301655 25mg/mLO/L SOU 11 



■ 



277 



1054 



24:08 

Esbaloid (Bethanidine Sulfate) 
Minipress (Prazosin HCI) 
MInlpress (Prazosin HCI) 
Minipress (Prazosin HCI) 
Minipress (Prazosin HCI) 

28:12 

Mysoline (Primidone) 
Novophenytoin (Phenytoin 
[Diphenylhydanloin] Sodiunn) 
(Not Interchangeable) 

36:88 

Chemstrip G (Urine-Glucose 
Analysis Paper) 

68:04 

Coiisone (Prednisone) 

Hydrocortone (Hydrocortisone 

Acetate) 
Paracort (Prednisone) 

68:32 

Colprone (Medrogestone) 
(Not Interchangeable) 

84:04:16 

Gantrlsin (Sulfisoxazole) 

88:04 

Afaxin (Vitamin A) 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
DIN Dosage Mfr. 



O. Reg. 107/841 



Page 



035270 lOmg Tab 

381551 5mg Cap 

381535 2mgCap 

381527 ImgCap 

381519 0.5mg Cap 



BWE 32 

PFI 34 

PFI 34 

PFI 34 

PFI 35 



052965 50mg/mLO/L AYE 43 
037435 lOOmgCap NOP 42 



990671 Strip 100 Pk USV 56 



010197 SmgTab FRS 83 

016276 125mg/5mL MSD 82 

Inj Susp 

023833 5mgTab PDA 83 



037117 SmgTab AYE 89 



115479 10%VagCr HLR 98 



033081 25.000IUCap WIN 110 



Drug Identification Number Changes 

The following drug products have been assigned new DINs by the Health 
Protection Branch. The former DINs. identified by the number symbol (#), will be 
retained on our payment file 

for the duration of the Formulary 

to allow utilization of remaining 
stock. When submitting claims for these products, please use the DIN of the 
product dispensed. 

1. The following Anca Inc. drug products are now marketed by Sandoz 
Canada Inc. 





Anca 


Sandoz 


Products 


Old DIN 


New DIN 


Ancasai 30 30mg Tab 


230448 


604518 


Ancasal 15 15mg Tab 


230421 


604496 


Day Barb 100mg Tab 


001481 


604615 


Day Barb 30mg Tab 


001473 


604607 


Day Barb i5mgTab 


001465 


604674 


Giysennid i2mgTab 


402184 


027502 



278 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



loss 





Anca 


Sandoz 


Products 


Old DIN 


New DIN 


Glysennid 8 6mg Tab 


442011 


604402 


Phenobarbital I00mg Tab 


046868 


604577 


Phenobarbital 30mg Tab 


046841 


604550 


Phenobarbital I5mg Tab 


046833 


604542 


Phenobarbital 4mg/mL 0/L 


298689 


604585 


Restoril 30mg Cap 


513881 


604461 


Restoril 1 5mg Cap 


518166 


604453 


Scabanca 25% Cr 


001376 


604437 



2. The following products by Calmic Medical Divison of Burroughs Wellcome inc. 
have been reformulated. 



Previous Formulation 

Product DIN 

Neosporin [Polymyxin B 243191 
Sulfate & Neomycin Sulfate 
and Bacitracin (Zinc)) 
5,000U & 5mg & 400U/g 
Oph Oint 3.5g Pk 

Neosporin [Polymyxin B 243183 
Sulfate & Neomycin Sulfate 
and Bacitracin (Zinc)] 
5,000U & 2.5mg & 
0.025mg/mL Oph/Ot Sol 



New Formulation 

Product DIN 

Neosporin [Polymyxin B 522422 

Sulfate & Neomycin Sulfate 
and Bacitracin (Zinc)] 
lO.OOOU & 5mg & 400U/g 
Oph Oint 3.5g Pk 

Neosporin [Polymyxin B 501659 
Sulfate & Neomycin Sulfate 
and Bacitracin (Zinc)] 
lO.OOOU & 2.5mg & 
0.025mg/mL Oph/Ot Sol 



3. The following product by Cooper Laboratories Limited has been assigned 
a new DIN. 

Old New 
Product DIN DIN 

Aveeno(Oilated)Pd laOg Pk 281891 555967 

4. The following Proctor & Gamble Inc. product now distributed by Norwich-Eaton 
has been assigned a new DIN. 

PGA EAT 
Product DIN niN 



Didronel 200m5 Tab 



454087 582522 



Changes In Manufacturer's Listing 

1 . The following pharmaceutical manufacturer has revised its corporate name to 
read as follows; 

SAN Sandoz Canada Inc. 

2. The following pharmaceutical manufacturers have been added to the listinn of 
"Abbreviations of Manufacturers' Names". 

BAH Barnes-Hind Hydrocurve 

HDT Herdt & Charton Inc. 

LEO Leo Laboratories Limited (UK) 



279 



1056 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 107/84 

3. The following pharmaceutical manufacturer has been removed from the listing 
of "Abbreviations of fy^anufacturers' Names." 

END Endo Latx)ratories 

4. The following products previously distributed by Pennwalt of Canada Ltd. are 
now listed by Leo Laboratories Limited (UK). These products will, however, 
retain their former Drug Identification Numbers until further notice. 

Products DIN 

One-Alpha 1 meg Cap 474525 

One-Alpha 0.25mcg Cap 474517 
Treosulfan 250mg Cap 452122 



Brand Name Changes 

Pages 42, 53 The brand name Phenobarbital for lOOmg, 60mg, SOmg, and 

15mg Tab (ICN) has been amended to read Phenobarbital-ICN. 
Page 58 The brand name Slo Pot for 8mEq LA Tab (ICN) has been 

amended to read Slo-Pot 600. 
Page 82 The brand name Cortisone for 25mg Tab (ICN) has been 

amended to read Cortisone-ICN. 
Page 110 The brand name Folic Acid for 5mg Tab (ICN) has been amended 

to read Folic Acid-ICN. 
Page 1 10 The brand name Niacin for lOOmg Tab and 50mg Tab (ICN) has 

been amended to read Niacin-ICN. 
Page 110 The brand name Vitamin B1 for 50mg Tab (ICN) has been 

amended to read Vitamin 81 -ICN. 
Page 110 The brand name Vitamin B6 for 25mg Tab (ICN) has been 

amended to read Vitamin B6-ICN. 



Generic Name Changes 

Page 7 The name (Amoxycillin) has been removed from the generic 

listing of Amoxicillin for 500mg Cap, 250mg Cap, 50mg/mL 0/L. 

25mg/mL 0/L and 50mg/mL Ped 0/L. 
Page 48 The generic name Hydroxyzine has been amended to read 

Hydroxyzine HCI for SOmg Cap, 25mg Cap, lOmg Cap, 2mg/mL 

0/L and 500mg/10mL Inj Sol. 
Page 86 The generic name Insulin (Sulfated) Beef and Pork has 

been amended to read Insulin (Sulfated) Beef lOOOU/IOmL Inj 

Susp otc lOmL Pk. 
Page 100 The generic name for Cortef 1 % (UPJ) Oint has been amended to 

read Hydrocortisone Acetate 1% Oint. 



280 



O. Reg. 107/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



1057 



Package Size Change 

Page 31 Questran 440mg/g DIN 464880— the benefit is the 9g Pouch Pk. 

Claims submitted tor the discontinued 378g Pk must use 
DIN 990000. 



Bulk Prices of Topical Preparations 

The cost for the following topical preparations is based on the larger package size 
listed below if the quantity dispensed is over 1l5g. These products, as well as all 
other interchangeable pharmaceutical products, are assessed with a maximum 
allowable cost (MAC) of not more than ttiat of the lowest interchangeable product 
for the category. In order to qualify for payment at any amount above the MAC, 
the claim must be made on a Pharmacy Special Claim Form, and must be 
accompanied by a PC 34, no substitution form. 







Pkg 


Bulk 


Bulk 


Product 


DIN 


Size 


Price 


MAC Price* 


Aristocort D 0.025% Cr 


282448 


500g 


0.0525 


0.0480 


Aristocort R 1% Cr 


014621 


500g 


0.1300 


0.0580 


Aristocort RO.1% Qint 


127914 


450g 


0.1283 


0.1238 


Barrlere 20% Cr 


253057 


450g 


0.0223 


0.0223 


Fluoderm 025% Cr 


385220 


500g 


0.0660 


0.0660 


Fluoderm 0.01% Cr 


385239 


500g 


0.0440 


0.0440 


Fluolean 0.025% Cr 


562246 


500g 


0.0779 


0.0660 


Fluolean 01% Cr 


562238 


500g 


0.0535 


0.0440 


Kenalog-E 0.025% Cr 


029106 


454g 


0.0619 


0.0480 


KenalogO.1% Cr 


029114 


227g 


0.1238 


0.0580 


Kenalog 0.1% Qint 


029572 


227g 


0.1238 


0.1238 


Lidex 0.05% Cr 


036099 


120g 


0.2547 


0.2100 


Lyderm 0.05% Cr • 


589896 


120g 


0.2100 


0.2100 


Propaderm 0.025% Cr 


002712 


450g 


0.1001 


0.1001 


Propaderm 0.025% Qint 


003697 


450g 


0.1001 


0.1001 


Synalar Mild 01% Cr 


030414 


450g 


0.0921 


0.0440 


Synalar Reguiar 025% Qint 


030406 


450g 


0.1602 


0.1602 


Synalar Regular 0.025% Cr 


030422 


450g 


0.1602 


0.0660 


Synamol IVIiid 01% Emol Cr 


424927 


450g 


0.0921 


0.0921 


Synamol Regular 0.025% Emol Cr 


424935 


450g 


0.1602 


0.1602 


Triaderm 0.025% Cr 


385182 


500g 


0.0480 


0.0480 


TriadermO.1% Cr 


385204 


500g 


0.0660 


0.0580 


Trialean 0.1% Cr 


562505 


500g 


0.0580 


0.0580 


Trialean 0.025% Cr 


562491 


500g 


0.0515 


0.0480 



281 



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Index of Drugs by Therapeutic Classification 



4:00 Antihistaminics 

8:00 Anti-lnftctivt Agtntt 

8 08 Anthelmintics 

8 12 Afitibiolics 

8 12 04 Antifungals 

8 12 12 Erythromycins 

8 12 16 Penicillins 

8 12 24 Tetracyclines 

8 12 28 Other Antibiolic^ 

8 16 Antilubercular Agents 

8 20 Piasmodicides (Antimalarials) 

8 24 Sulfonamides 

8 26 Sulfones 

8 32 Tnchomonacides 

8 36 Urinary Germicides 

8 40 Miscellaneous Anti- infectives 

10:00 Antineoplastic Agtnts 

1 2:00 Autonomic Agents 

1 2 04 Parasympathomimetic (Cholinergic) Agents 

1 2 08 ■ Parasympatholytic (Cholinergic Blocking) Agents 

'2 12 Sympathomimetic (Adrenergic) Agent? 

12 16 Sympatholytic (Adrenergic Blocking) Agents 

1 2 20 Skeletal Muscle Relaxants 

1 6 :00 Blood Osri vati ves 

20:00 Blood Formation and Coagulation 

20 04 Anfianemia Drugs 

20 12 Coagulants and Anti CoagularMs 

24:00 Cardiovascular Drugs 

24 04 Cardiac Drugs 

24 06 Anfiiipemic Drugs 

24 08 Hypotensive Drugs (For Diuretics See 40 28) 

24 12 Vasodilating Drugs 



282 



O. Reg. 107/84 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 1059 

28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 

28 08 Analgesics 

28 10 Narcotic Antagonists 

28 12 Anticonvulsants 

28 16 Psychotherapeutic Agents 

28 16 04 Antidep'essants 

28 16 08 Tranquilizers 

28 16 12 Other Psvctiolropics 

28 20 C N S Stimulants 

28 24 Sedatives and Hypnotics 

36:00 Diagnostic Agents 

36 04 Adrenal Insufficiency 

36 26 Diabetes Melli'us 

36 56 iV^yasthenia Gravis 

36 88 Urine Contents 

40:00 Electrolytic, Caloric and Water Balance 

■^0 08 Aikaiinizmg Agents 

■^0 12 ^Replacement Agents 

-^0 18 Potassium-Removing Resms 

■'0 28 Diuretics 

•^0 40 Uricosuric Drugs 

48:00 Cough Preparations 

■^8 04 Antitussives 

48 08 Expectorants 

52:00 Eye. Ear. Nose and Throat Preparations 

52 04 Antilnlectives 

52 04 04 Ant'biOtics 

52 04 08 Sulfonamides 

52 04 12 Other Ariti Infectives 

52 08 Anti-Inflammatory Agents 

52 16 Local Anesthetics 

52 20 Miotics 

52 24 Mydriatics 

52 32 Vasoconstnctors 

^^36 Other Eye Ear Nose and Threat Aqonts 



283 



1060 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 107/84 

56:00 Gastrointestinal Drugs 

56 04 Antacids and Adsorbents 

56 08 Anddiarrhea Agents 

56 12 Cathartics 

56 16 Dtgestanis 

56 22 Antiemetics and Antmauseants 

56 40 Miscellaneous G I Drugs 

60:00 Gold Compounds 

64:00 Heavy Metal Antagonists 



68:00 


Hormones and Substitutes 


68 04 


Corticosteroids 


68 08 


Androgens 


68 16 


Estrogens 


68 20 


Anti-Diabet'C Agents 


68 20 01 


Insulins 


68 20 02 


Oral Anil Diabetic Agents 


68 24 


Parathyroid Agents 


68 28 


Pituitary Agents 


68 32 


progestogens anf^ Oral Contraceptives 


68 36 


Thyroids 


68 38 


Anti-Thyroids 


76:00 


Oxytocics 


84:00 


Skin and Mucous Membrane Preparations 


94 04 


Anii-infectives 


84 04 04 


Antibiotics 


84 04 08 


Fungicides 


84 04 12 


Parasiticides 


84 04 16 


Other Anti-infeclives 


84 06 


Antilnllaminatory Agents 


84 08 


Antioruntics and Topical Anesthetics 


64 12 


Astringents 


84 24 


En>oiiients Demulcents and Protectants 


84 28 


Keratoiytic Agents 


84 32 


KeratoDiastic Agents 


84 36 


Miscellaneous SKm and Mucous MerTif rane Agents 


86:00 


Spasmolytics 


88.00 


Vitamins 


88 04 


Vitamin A 


88 03 


Vitamins B 


88 '2 


Vitamin C 


86 16 


V'tamm D 


88 24 


Vitamin K 


88 2P> 


Multivitamins 



92:00 Unclassified Therapeutic Agents 



284 



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4:00Antihistaminic8 

Azatadine Maieate 1 mg Tab O 
Brompheniramine Maieate 4mg Tab 

Brompheniramine Maieate 

4mg/mL0/L O 

'Chlorpheniramine Maieate 4mg Tab 

Chlorpheniramine Maieate 

5mg 'mL 0/L O 

Chlorpheniramine Maieate 200mg/2nnL Inj 

Sol 2nnL Pk 

Chlorpheniramine Maieate lOmg/mL In] Sol 

ImLPk 

Clemastine lmg Tab O 
'Cyproheptadine HCI 4mg Tab 

Cyproheptadine HCI 0.4mg/mL 0/L 

Oexchlorpheniramine Maieate 2mg Tab 

Dexchlorpheniramine Maieate 4mg/mL 

CL 3 

Dimethindene Maieate lmg Tab O 
•Diphenhydramine HCI 50mg Cap 

•Diphenhydramine HCI 25mg Cap 

Diphenhydramine HCI 2 5mg/mL 0/L 

Diphenhydramine HCI lOOmg/lOmL Inj Sol 

^OmLPk 

Diphenhydramine HCI 50mg/mL In) Sol 1 mL 

Pk 

Methdilazine HCI 8mg Tab 

Methdilazine HCI 8mg/mL 0/L 
Promethazine HCI 25mg Tab 

Promethazine HC1 1 0mg Tab 
Promethazine HCI 2mg/mL 0/L 
Promethazine HC1 12 5mg Sup 
Promethazine HCI 

50mg;2mL Inj Sol 2mL Pk 

Trimeprazine Tartrate lOmg Tab 
Trimeprazlne Tartrate 5mg Tab 
Trimeprazine Tartrate 2 5mg Tab 
Tripelennamlne HCI 50mg Tab 

Triprolidine HCI 2 5mg Tab © 
Triprolidine HCI 25mg/mL 0/L 

CONTINUED 

285 



355666 


Optimine 


SCH 


0.1638 


026484 


Dimetane 


ROB 


0.0532 


026395 


Dimetane 


ROB 


0.0127 


021288 


Novopheniram 


NOP 


0.0227 


028193 


Chlor-Tnpolon 


SCH 


0.0580 


028134 


Chlor-Tripolon 


SCH 


0.0199 


028010 


Chlor-Tripolon 


SCH 


3.8610 


1 
027995 


Chlor-Tripolon 


SCH 


1.3662 


349046 


Tavist 


ANC 


0.1197 


016454 


Periactin 


MSD 


0.1219 


010073 


Vimicon 


FRS 


1369 


016314 


Periactin 


MSD 


0.0269 


009989 


Vimicon 


FRS 


00270 


028207 


Polaramine 


SCH 


0.0721 


225533 


Polaramine 


SCH 


0.0192 


= 005444 


Forhistal 


CIB 


0.0815 


271411 


Allerdryl 


ICN 


0.0908 


022764 


Benadryl 


PDA 


or, 50 


370517 


Allerdryl 


ICN 


0.0622 


022756 


Benadryl 


PDA 


0835 


022918 


Benadryl 


PDA 


0.0214 


023191 

1 


Benadryl 


PDA 


5.3000 


L 

023205 


Benadryl 


PDA 


2.2380 


003514 


Dilosyn 


AHA 


0.1989 


003158 


Dilosyn 


AHA 


0.0457 


248754 


Htstanlil 


ICN 


0.0523 


213896 


Phenergan 


RPP 


0600 


025712 


Phenergan 


RPR 


0.0480 


025429 


Phenergan 


RPP 


0.0153 


025380 


Phenergan 


RPP 


0.5038 


025046 


Phenergan 


RPP 


0.7513 


025801 


Panectyl 


RPP 


0.1451 


025798 


Panectyl 


RPP 


0.1137 


025771 


Panectyl 


RPP 


0.0917 


005703 


Pyribenzamine 


CIB 


0.0708 


004812 


Actidil 


BWE 


0.0660 


235768 


Actidil 


BWE 


0.0209 



1062 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 107/84 



8:00 Anti-Infective Agents 



8:08 Anthelmintics 

Mebendazole lOOmg Tab 
Piperazine Adipate Gran 2g Pk 
Piperazine Adipate 1 20nng,'nnL 0/L 
Pyrantel Pamoate 1 25mg TaD 
Pyrantel Pamoate SOmgmL 0/L 
Pyrvinium Pamoate 50n?g Tab 
Pyrvinium Pamoate lOnng mLO/L 
Quinacrine HCI lOOmg Tab 
Thiabendazole 500mg Chew Tab 



8:12:04 Antibiotics Antifungals 



556734 


Vermox 


JAN 


2.0579 


002739 


Entacyl 


AHA 


0.5100 


003131 


Entacyl 


AHA 


0.0408 


316296 


Combantrin 


PFI 


0.4070 


425869 


Combantnn 


PFI 


0.1023 


023841 


Vanquin 


PDA 


0.3388 


023477 


Vanquin 


PDA 


0.0836 


033804 


Atabrine 


WIN 


0.1500 


140228 


Mintezol 


MSD 


1.0120 



Amphotericin B tnj Pd 50nng Pk 


029149 


Fungizone 


SOU 


19.0000 


Flucytosine 500mg Cap 


384895 


Ancotil 


HLR 


0.6930 


Griseofulvin 500n-g Tab 


028282 
012262 


Fulvicin U F 
Grisovin FP 


SCH 
GLA 


0.2715 
0.2910 


Griseofulvin 330mg Tab 


513237 


Fjlvicin P'G 


SCH 


0.2441 


Griseofulvin 250Tg Tab 


028274 
012254 


^ijivicmU F 
Grisovin FP 


SCH 
GLA 


0.1604 
0.1711 


Griseofulvin icSn-g Tab 


5:3229 


ruiv;cin P G 


SCH 


0.1443 


Griseofulvin I25mg Tab 


028266 
012246 


FulViCm U F 
Grisovin FP 


SCH 
GLA 


0.0933 
0.0979 


Nystatin 5C0CC0U Tao 


029416 
270113 

014974 


Mycostatin 
Nadostine 

Niistat 


SOU 
NDA 

LED 


0.1470 

0.1625 
1680 


Nystatin 'OOOCOU rrLQL 


248169 
282219 
014850 


Mycostatin 
Nadostine 
Niistat 


SOU 
NDA 
LED 


0.1292 

0.1500 
1542 



8:12:12 Antibiotics Erythromycins 

Erythromycin Base 250rr,g Tab 
Erythromycin Estolate 250rrg Cap 
Erythromycin Estolate 50rr,g mL L 

Erythromycin Estolate 25mg mL L 

015474 
Erythromycin Ethyl Succinate 6C0rrig Tab 583782 



244635 
030899 

020966 
015202 

262595 
210641 

021172 



Erythromid ABB 0.1007 

E-Mycin UPJ 0.1045 

Novorythro Estolate NOP 0.1600 

llosone LIL 2741 

Novorythro Estolate NOP 0.0730 

llosone LIL 0845 

Novorythro Estolate NOP 0.0370 

llosone LIL 0465 

EES-600 ABB 0.5300- 



CONTtNUEO 



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i:00 Anti-Infective Agents 

;:1 2:1 2 Antibiotics Erythromycins 

rCONTINUEO 



Erythromycin Ethyl Succinate 

SOmgmLOL 


453617 


EES-400 


ABB 


0.0900 


Erythromycin Ethyl Succinate 

40mg.mLO.L 


605859 

000299 


Novorythro Ethyl 

Succinate 

EES-200 


NOP 
ABB 


0.0490 + 

0581 


Erythromycin Stearate 500mg Tab 


266515 


Erythrocin 


ABB 


0.5066 


Erythromycin Stearate 250rr,g Tab 


391581 
281573 

545678 

000434 


Novorythro 

Stearate 

Erythromycin 

Stearate 

Apo-Erythro-S 

Erythrocin 


NOP 

SAP 
APX 
ABB 


0.1600 

1648 
0.1750 
2611 


Erythromycin Stearate 50mg nL C L 


273023 


Erythrocin 


ABB 


0.0884 


Erythromycin Stearate 25mg mL 0/L 


000302 


Erythrocin 


ABB 


0.0591 


Solid Oos*9« Forms of Erythromycin 

J :e-ie -e e?" ie :-' s:ea'3'e o.-':y *^en sDec'icaiiv :;'es.';''Ce; 


>a A "> a'^ ev' 


OTiyC r\ Dase D'eOaf3'C" c' 


'•e strc^g!' 


prescr"«Cl 


Ortt Liquid 00M9« Forma of Erytrtromycin 


:-?■??-, succ 


lare c s'earate D'eca'aro'^ o* 


-e st'engt' 


1 oresc' ced 



*'■«" syec ' C3 / cescrceo 



8:12:16 Antibiotics Penicillins 

Amoxicillin SOOrr^g Cap 



Amoxicillin 250nng Cao 



Amoxicillin SOrr.g rr.L L 



Amoxicillin 25mg mL OL 



Amoxicillin 50mg mL Ped OL 



360473 


Polymox 


BRI 


0.2437 


406716 


Novamoxin 


NOP 


04420 


562351 


Moxilean 


ORG 


4598 


33C531 


Amoxil 


AVE 


5102 


360465 


Polymox 


BRI 


0.1229 


406724 


Novamoxin 


NOP 


2260 


562343 


Moxilean 


OOG 


2365 


288497 


Amoxil 


AYE 


02622 


360457 


Polymox 


BRI 


0.0666 


452130 


Novamoxin 


NOP 


0660 


562386 


Moxilean-250 


ORG 


0726 


238519 


Amoxil 


AYE 


0815 


452149 


Novamoxin 


NOP 


0.0446 


360449 


Polymox 


BRI 


0468 


562378 


Moxilean-125 


ORG 


00529 


288500 


Amoxil 


AYE 


0541 


353035 


Amoxil 


AYE 


0.3067 



CONTINUED 



287 



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O. Reg. 107/84 



8:00 Anti-Infective Agents 



8:12:16 Antibiotics Penicillins 

COKTINUEO 

Ampicillin SOOmg Cap 

Ampiciilin 250mg Cap 

Ampicillin 50mg/mL 0/L 

Ampiciilin 25mg/mL 0/L 

Ampicillin ln| Pd lOOOmg Pk 
Ampicillin Inj Pd SOOmg Pk 

Carbenicillin Indanyl (Sodium) 

SOOmg Tab 

Ctoxaciilin SOOmg Cap 

Cloxaciliin 250mg Cap 

Cloxacillin 25mg, mL 0/L 
Cloxaciliin Inj Pd 2000mg Pk 
Cloxacillin In) Pd SOOmg Pk 

CdNTINUCO 



003948 


Ampicin 


BRI 


0.1617 


348848 


Ampicillin 


SAP 


0.1855 


020885 


Novc-Ampicillin 


NOP 


0.1885 


00201 1 


Penbritin 


AYE 


02227 


562068 


Ampilean 


ORG 


0.2255 


003921 


Ampicin 


BRI 


0.0805 


265047 


Ampicillin 


SAP 


0.0950 


020877 


Novo-Ampicitlin 


NOP 


0.0958 


002003 


Penbritin 


AYE 


0.1114 


562041 


Ampilean 


ORG 


0.1128 


283185 


Ampicillin 


SAP 


0.0410 


021148 


Novo-Ampicillin 


NOP 


00422 


004278 


Ampicin 


BRI 


00451 


562114 


Ampilean 


ORG 


00487 


002429 


Penbntin 


AYE 


0.0498 


281565 


Ampicillin 


SAP 


0.0220 


021121 


Novo-Ampicillin 


NOP 


0235 


004251 


Ampicm 


BRI 


0.0242 


002410 


Penbntin 


AYE 


00267 


562106 


Ampilean 


ORG 


0.0272 


002127 


Penbntin 


AYE 


2.6400 


004065 


Ampicm 


BRI 


2.6400 


002119 


Penbntin 


AYE 


1.8600 


004057 


Ampicin 


BRI 


1 8700 


328235 


Geopen 


PFI 


0.7138 


400777 


Tegopen 


BRI 


0.2222 


337773 


Novocloxin 


NOP 


0.2225 


562165 


Cloxilean 


ORG 


0.2530 


002054 


Orbenin 


AYE 


2844 


400769 


Tegopen 


BRI 


0.1254 


337765 


Novocloxin 


NOP 


0.1265 


562157 


Cloxilean 


ORG 


0.1469 


002046 


Orbenin 


AYE 


1608 


400785 


Tegopen 


BRI 


0.0308 


337757 


Novocloxin 


NOP 


0.0308 


002445 


Orbenin 


AYE 


0.0416 


002186 


Orbenin 


AYE 


4.3000 


417238 


Bactopen 


BEE 


5.1700 


407615 


Tegopen 


BRI 


7.0950 


0021 78 


Orbenin 


AYE 


1.9300 


417211 


Bactopen 


BEE 


2.0900 


407607 


Tegopen 


BRI 


2.0900 

t 

Si: 



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8:00 Anti-infective Agents 



1065 



8:12:16 Antibiotics Penicillins 



CONTINUED 



Cloxacillin Inj Pd 250nng Pk 


417203 


Bactopen 


BEE 


1.1550 




407593 


Tegopen 


BRI 


1.1550 




002151 


Orbenin 


AYE 


1 7200 


Dicloxacillin 250mg Cap 


003964 


Dynapen 


BRI 


0.3025 


Dicloxacillin I25mg Cap 


?s 003956 


Dynapen 


BRI 


0.2079 


Dicloxacillin 12 5mg ml 0/L 


004286 


Dynapen 


BRI 


0.0429 


Methlcillln In) Pd igPk 


004081 


Staphciilin 


BRI 


3.7400 


Oxacillin 500mg Cap 


004006 


iProstaphlin 


BRI 


0.3443 


Oxacillin 250mg Cap 


^003999 


Prostaphlin 


BRI 


0.1902 


Oxacillin In) Pd 500mg Pk 


004111 


Prostaphlm 


BRI 


3.8500 


Penicillin G (Benzathine) 










100 0001 U; ml Q.L 


009938 


Megacillin 500 


FRS 


0.0448 


Penicillin G (Benzathine) 1 .200.000iU/2mL 










iniSol2mLPk 


036315 


Bicillin1200L-A 


WYE 


4.3000 


Penicillin G Crystalline in) Pd 5.000, OOOIU Pk 










011991 


Cn/stapen (Sod) 


GLA 


2.1960 




002216 


Penicillin G (Pot) 


AYE 


22800 


Penicillin G Crystalline inj Pd 1 .OOO.OOOIU Pk 










011983 


Crystaoen (Sod) 


GLA 


0.8520 




002208 


Penicillin G (Per) 


AYE 


1 1700 


Penicillin G (Potassium) 500 OOOlU Tab 


151432 


Novopen-500 


NOP 


0.0664 




107484 


Megacillin 500 


FRS 


0786 




116726 


P-50 


HOR 


0977 


Penicillin G (Potassium) 










1 00 OOOIU ml L 


013633 


P-50 


HOR 


0.0484 


Penicillin G Procaine Aqueous Suspension 








5 000 000!U/lOmL Inj Susp lOmL Pk 


355615 


Wycillin 5 Million 


WYE 


3.2500 


Penicillin G Procaine Aqueous Suspension 








3.000 OOOIU. lOmL in) Susp lOmL Pk 


002402 


Ayercillm 


AYE 


2.7800 


Ptnicillln G 










^■esc' Dtcr.% to' oe"'Ci'!ir G snouio Oe Miea *nn ciner tne ootassiu^ of ammonium san o'eoa'aiion ot the sfeig 


iR p'escf oea aisoense 


-» cM'-iain-e sail omy *pen speciiicaiiy O'escr.oea 










Penicillin V (Benzathine) 60nng/mL 0/L 


034045 


Pen-Vee 


WYE 


0.0450 




248835 


PVF500 


FRS 


00605 


Penicillin V (Potassium) 300mg Tab 


210714 


Penicillin V (Pot) 


SAP 


0.1082 




021202 


Novopen-VK-500 


NOP 


0.1120 




331090 


Pen-Vee K 


WYE 


01160 




018740 


Nadopen-V 


NDA 


0.1375 




262447 


Ledercillin VK 


LED 


0.1400 




248843 


PVF-K 500 


FRS 


1543 


Penicillin V (Potassium) 60mg, mL 0/L 


331945 


VC-K 500 


LIL 


0.0391 




391603 


NovGpen-VK-500 


NOP 


0.0750 



CONTMUCO 



I 



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O. Reg. 107/84 



8:00 Anti-Infective Agents 



8:12:16 Antibiotics Penicillins 



CONTINUCO 



Penicillin V (Potassium) 25nng/mL 0/L 



015563 V-CillinK 
018635 Nadopen-V 



LIL 0.0231 

NDA 00240 



Pvniclllln V 

p'escnpiions 'or oenic iim v snouK) tM tilled wMh in« potassium salt preparation of the strength prescntMd. dispense the benzathine salt 

or:, *r>eo speciiicaiiy orescnDed 

AYE 0.4582 

AYE 0.2500 

AYE 0.0949 

AYE 0.0633 



Sodium Flucioxacillin 500nng Cap 
Sodium Flucioxacillin 250mg Cap 
Sodium Flucioxacillin 50mg/mL 0/L 
Sodium Flucioxacillin 25mg/mL 0/L 



486809 Fluclox 

486795 Fluclox 

525561 Fluclox 

48681 7 Fluclox 



8:12:24 Antibiotics Tetracyclines 

Tetracycline 250mg Cap 



021059 


Novotetra 


NOP 


0.0480 


024422 


Tetracyn 


PFI 


00495 


210765 


Tetracycline 


SAP 


0498 


562432 


Tetralean 


ORG 


00506 


580929 


Apo-Tetra 


APX 


0528 


014605 


Achromycin V 


LED 


0C530 


151416 


Novotetra 


NOP 


0.0322 


014729 


Achronnycin 


LED 


6.4167 



Tetracycline 25mg/mL 0/L 
Tetracycline in] Pd 250mg Pk 

Note 

T-ie use ot teiracvciines dti'ing loof^ devetoomerit (lasi nail o( o'egnancy mtancv ar>d chiiaf>ooo !o t'>e age c' '0 yearsi r^a* ca^se cs^ 
Tia^e'"! !oc!'i discoloration (ye'iow-grey-Drowri) This reaction IS "r>re common during longierTi use ot me 'VJacvO-^es oui "as Cesr, 
ocser^ed toMowing snon-term. courses EnarT>ei hycwoiasia nas aiso oeen reported Tetracyclines snouid t^ereto'e ^c: ce used n ;-, s age 
groto unless omer antiO'Oiics are not i*eiy to oe effective or are contraiioicated 

8:12:28 Antibiotics Other Antibiotics 



Cefaclor SOOnng Cap 


465194 


Ceclor 


LIL 


1.3279 


Cefaclor 250mg Cap 


465186 


Ceclor 


LIL 


0.6757 


Cefaclor 50mg;mL 0/L 


465216 


Ceclor 


LIL 


0.1346 


Cefaclor 25mg, mL 0/L 


465208 


Ceclor 


LIL 


0.0729 


Cefadroxii 500nng Cap 


507245 


Duncef 


3RI 


0.7832 


Cefazolin Sodium Inj Pd lOOOnng Pk 


319112 
322296 


Ancef 
Kefzol 


SKF 
LIL 


5.9312 

63525 


Cefazolin Sodium inj Pd 500mg Pk 


319139 
322288 


Ancef 
Kefzol 


SKF 

LIL 


3.0437 

3.3000 


Cephalexin Monohydrate 500nng Tab 


583421 
244392 


Novolexin 
Keflex 


NOP 

LIL 


0.5190 -t- 

06786 


Cephalexin Monohydrate 250mg Tab 


583413 
403628 


Novolexin 
Keflex 


NOP 

LIL 


0.2695 + 

3395 



CONTINUCO 



290 



O. Reg. 107/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



1067 



8:00 Anti-Infective Agents 



8:12:28 Antibiotics Other Antibiotics 

CONTINUCO 

Cephalexin Monohydrate 500nng Cap 
Cephalexin Monohydrate 250nng Cap 
Cephalexin Monohydrate 50mg/mL 0/L 

Cephalexin Monohydrate 25mg mL O.^'L 

Cephalothin Sodium In) Pd 2g Pk 
Cephalothin Sodium Inj Pa lg .Pk 
Cephradine SOOnng Cap 
Cephradine 250mg Cap 
Cephradine SOmg/mL O.'L 
Cephradine 25mg/mL 0. L — 

Cephradine in) Pd lOOOnng Pk 
Cephradine Inj Pd SOOmg Pk 
Clindamycin HCI i50mg Cap 
Clindamycin Palmitate 1 Srr.g ml L 
Clindamycin Phosphate 300mg/2mL In) Sol 

Colistimethate Sodium In) Pd I50mg Pk 
Gentamicin Sulfate 80nng'2mL !nj Sol 2mL Pk 

Kanamycin Sulfate SOOmg Cap 

Kanamycin Sulfate 

C 5g 2nr,L!njSol2mLPk 

Kanamycin Sulfate 1g,'3mL ini Sol 3mL Pk 
Lincomycin SOOmg Cap 
Uncomycin 600mg'2mL in) Sol 2mL Pk 
Neomycin Sulfate SOOmg Tap 
Neomycin Sulfate 25mg mL O'L 
Polymyxin B Sulfate In) Pd 500 OOOU Pk 
Spectinomycin In) Pd 2g Pk 

Tobramycin Sulfate SOmg 1 5mL in) Sol 

' 5mL Pk 



253146 
342114 


Ceporex 
Novolexin 


GLA 
NOP 


0.5180 

0.5190 


253154 
342084 


Ceporex 
Novolexin 


GUV 
NOP 


0.2630 

02695 


321443 
342092 
035645 


Ceporex 

Novolexin 

Keflex 


GLA 
NOP 
LIL 


0.0650 

00670 
00807 


321435 
342106 
015547 


Ceporex 

Novolexin 

Keflex 


GLA 
NOP 

LIL 


0.0340 

00345 
0.0411 


244406 


Keflin 


LIL 


7.6164 


015369 


Keflin 


LIL 


3.9204 


301639 


Veiosef 


SOU 


0.9050 


301620 


Veiosef 


SOU 


0.4620 


301647 


Veiosef 


SOU 


0.1075 


301655 


Veiosef 


SOU 


0.0570 


348295 


Veiosef 


SOU 


3.9000 


348287 


Veiosef 


SOU 


2.6000 


030570 


Dalacin C 


UPJ 


0.5000 


225851 


Da'acin C 


UPJ 


0.0635 


260436 


DaiacinC 


UPJ 


4.6500 


476420 


Coiy-Mycin 


PDA 


21.5100 


223824 
259179 


Garamycin 
Cidomycin 


SCH 
ROU 


4.4110 

5 1150 


003980 


Kantrex 


BRI 


1.2854 


004227 


Kantrex 


BRI 


8.3600 


004235 


Kantrex 


BRI 


14.3000 


030589 


Lmcocin 


UPJ 


0.4370 


030732 


Lincocin 


UPJ 


3.1800 


030996 


Mycifradin 


UPJ 


0.1420 


030805 


Mycifradin 


UPJ 


0.0445 


004421 


Aerosponn 


BWE 


16.9400 


210196 


Trobicin 


UPJ 


8.1000 


375764 


Nebcin 


LIL 


5.1513 



CONTINUED 



291 



1068 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

8:00 Anti-Infective Agents 

8:12:28 Antibiotics Other Antibiotics 

CONTINUCO 

Tobramycin Sulfate 80nng/2mL Inj Sol 2mL 
Pk 325449 Nebcin 

381969 Nebcin 

Tobramycin Sulfate 20mg/2nnL Inj Sol 2mL 
Pk 325457 Nebcin 



O. Reg. 107/84 



LIL 5.5902 

LIL 6.1919 

LIL 2.7687 



8:16 Antitubercular Agents 

Aminosalicylate Sodium 500mg Tab 
Ethambutol HCI 400mg Tab 

Ethambutol HCI lOOmg Tab 

Isoniazid 300mg Tab 
Isoniazid lOOrrgTab 

Pyrazlnamide 500mg Tab 
Rifampin 300mg Cap 



Rifampin iSOng Cap 



236691 


Nemasol 


ICN 


0.1210 


247979 


Etibi 


ICN 


0.2090 


127965 


Myambutol 


LED 


02310 


247960 


Etibi 


ICN 


0.0759 


127957 


Myambutol 


LED 


00830 


272655 


lsotamine-300 


ICN 


0.1100 


013323 


Rimifon 


HLR 


0.0253 


261270 


lsotamine-100 


ICN 


0495 


283991 


Tebrazid 


iCN 


0.3850 


210463 


Rimactane 


c;3 


0.9135 


249483 


Rifadin 


MER 


095^0 


343617 


Rofact 


iCN 


1 0527 


210471 


R'mactane 


C:3 


0.5807 


249475 


Rifadin 


MER 


6C32 


393444 


Rofact 


ICN 


6688 



8:20 Plasmodicides (Antimalarials) 

Chloroquine Phosphate 250nag Tab 



Hydroxychloroquine Sulfate 200mg Tab 
Quinine Sulfate 300mg Cap 

Quinine Sulfate 200nng Cap 



8:24 Sulfonamides 

Sulfamethoxazole SOOmg Tab 
Sulfamethoxazole 1 00n-,g/mL L 

CONTINUED 



021261 
033642 


Novochloro- 

quine 

Aralen 


NOP 
WIN 


0.0984 

1995 


033669 


Piaquenil 


vViN 


0.2195 


093750 
021016 


Quinine 
Novoquinme 


DTC 
NOP 


0.1775 

1850 


093742 
021008 


Quinine Sulfate 
Novoquinme 


DTC 
NOP 


0.1265 

1307 


421480 
013412 


Apo- 

Sulfannethoxazole 
Gantanol 


APX 

HLR 


0.0950 

1188 


013129 


Gantanol 


HLR 


0.0341 



292 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



1069 



8:00 Anti-Infective Agents 



8:24 Sulfonamides 










CONTINUED 










Sulfapyridine 500mg Tab 


155470 
163929 


Sulfapyridine 
Dagenan 


PDA 

RPP 


0.0870 

1932 


Sulfasalazine 500mg Tab 


263869 
024856 


S A S 500 
Salazopyrin 


ICN 
PHD 


0.1095 

1188 


Sulfasalazine 500mg Ent Tab 


445126 
158526 


S AS Enteric 500 
Salazopynn 


ICN 
PHD 


0.1931 

2035 


Sulfisoxazole 500mg Tab 


021792 
210730 
013420 


Novosoxazole 

Sulfisoxazole 

Gantrisin 


NOP 
SAP 

HLR 


0.0390 

0410 
0572 


Sulfisoxazole lOOmg ml L 


115487 


Gantnsin 


HLR 


0.0286 


8:26Sulfones 










Dapsone lOOmg Tab 


002526 


Avtosulfon 


AYE 


0.0536 


8:32 Trichomonacides 










Metronidazole 250mg Tab 


271195 
021555 
545066 

0256 15 


Tnkacide 
Ncvomdazcl 
Apo-Metromaazcie 
Flagyl 


ICN 
NOP 
i APX 

qpD 


0.0622 

uD/J 

0700 
07^5 


Metronidazole 500mg Cap 


489891 


Flagyl 


pop 


0.5149 



8:36 Urinary Germicides 

Methenamine HIppurate ig Tab 
Methenamine Mandelate lOOOmg Ent Tab 
Methenamine Mandelate 500mg Ent Tab 
Methenamine Mandelate i OOmg ml L 
Nalidixic Acid 500mg Tab 
Nalidixic Acid SOmg/mL L 
Nitrofurantoin lOOmg Tab 



Nitrofurantoin 50mg Tab 

Nitrofurantoin lOOmg Cap 
Nitrofurantoin 50mg Cap 
Nitrofurantoin 25mg Cap 

CONTINUED 



026379 


Hip-Rex 


q'K 


0.2448 


499021 


Mandelamine 


PDA 


0.1168 


499013 


Manoelamine 


PDA 


0.0763 


476544 


Mandelamine 


PDA 


0.0619 


033723 


NegGram 


W!N 


0.2710 


036250 


NegGram 


WIN 


0.0531 


021571 


Novofuran 


NOP 


0.0288 


092819 


Nitrofurantoin 


DTC 


0298 


312738 


Apo-Nitrofurantoin 


APX 


0.0320 


092800 


Nitrofurantoin 


DTC 


0.0225 


021563 


Novofuran 


NOP 


0232 


319511 


Apo-Nitrofurantoin 


APX 


0250 


452483 


Macrodantin 


EAT 


0.3658 


452505 


Macrodantin 


EAT 


0.2057 


452491 


Macrodantin 


EAT 


0.1177 



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8:00 Anti-Infective Agents 

8:36 Urinary Germicides 



CONTINUCO 



Nitrofurantoin SmgmL 0/L 
Phenazopyridine HCI 200mg Tab 

Phenazopyridine HCI lOOmg Tab 



232971 Novofuran 

454583 Phenazo 

476722 Pyridium 

271489 Phenazo 

476714 Pyndium 



O. Reg. 107/84 



NOP 0.0244 

ICN 0.1815 

PDA 2009 

ICN 0.1089 

PDA 0.1208 



8:40 Miscellaneous Anti-lnfectives 

Sulfamethoxazole & Trimethoprim SOOmg & 

leOmgTab 516767 



445282 


Apo-Sultatrim-DS 


510645 


Novotrimel OS 


368040 


Septra DS 


371823 


Bactrim-DS 


Sulfamethoxazole & Trimethoprim 400mg & 




SOnr.gTao 516759 


Sulfamethoxazo! 




& Trimethoprim 


445274 


Apo-Suifatrim 


510637 


Novotrimel 


270636 


Septra 


272469 


Bactrim 


Sulfamethoxazole & Trimethoprim 40mg & 




orrgrr.LOL 270644 


Septra 


272485 


Bactrim 


Trimethoprim 1 0Omg Tab 5 1 1 544 


Proloprim 


Trimethoprim & Sulfadiazine 90mg & 4l0mg 




Tao 478717 


Coptin 



Sulfamethoxazole 

& Trimethoprim DS DTC 0.2750 

APX 3000 

NOP 03040 

BWE 04257 

HLR 04263 



DTC 0.1255 MAC 
APX 0.1255 MA( 
NOP . 1255 MAC 
BWE 0.2360 
HLR 0.2376 

BWE 0.0457 

HLR 0462 

CAL 0.2008 
PFI 0.3215 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



1071 



10:00 Antineoplastic Agents 



Amethopterin 2 5mg Tab 

Amethopterin (Sodium) 50mg 2nnL Inj Sol 
2mLPk 

Amethopterin (Sodium) 5mg/2mL inj Sol 2mL 
Pk 

Aminoglutethimide 250mg Tab 

Azathioprine SOmg Tab O 

Bleomycin Sulfate In) Pd 15U Pk 

Busulfan 2mg Tab 

Carmustine (BCNU) In) Pd lOOmg Pk 

Chlorambucil 2mg Tab 

Cyclophosphamide 50nng Tab 

Cyclophosphamide 25mg Tab 

Cyclophosphamide in) Pd lOOOmg Pk 
Cyclophosphamide in) Pd SOOmg Pk 
Cyclophosphamide in) Pd 200mg Pk 

Cytarabine in) Pd SOOmg Pk 
Cytarabine inj Pd I00mg Pk 
Dacarbazine in] Pd 200mg Pk 
Dactinomycin in) Pd O.Smg Pk 
Daunorubicin in) Pd 20mg Pk 
Oihydroxybusulfan 250nng Cap 
Doxorubicin HCI In] Pd SOmg Pk 
Doxorubicin HCI In) Pd lOmg Pk 

Estramustine Phosphate Oisodium 1 40mg 

Cap 

Fluorouracii SOOmg lOmL in) Sol lOmL Pk 

L-Asparaginase in) Pd lO.OOOlU Pk 
Lomustine (CCNU) lOOmg Cap 
Lomustine (CCNU) 40mg Cap 
Lomustine (CCNU) I0mg Cap 
Mechlorethamine HCI In) Pd lOmg Pk 
Megestrol Acetate 40mg Tab 
Metphalan 2mg Tab 
Mercaptopurine SOmg Tab 
Mutamycin in) Pd 5mg Pk 
Procarbazine HCI SOmg Cap 

CONTmuCO 



014915 


Methotrexate 


LED 


0.3290 


321397 


Methotrexate 


LED 


14.5833 


321400 


Methotrexate 


LED 


7.1500 


587729 


Cytadren 


CIB 


0.7000 


004596 


Imuran 


BWE 


0.5313 


258482 


Blenoxane 


BRI 103.4000 


004618 


Myieran 


BWE 


0.6820 


297763 


BiCNU 


BRI 


35.7500 


004626 


Leukeran 


BWE 


0.6380 


344885 
013749 


Cytoxan 
Procytox 


BRI 
HOR 


0.2761 

3291 


344877 
262676 


Cytoxan 
Procytox 


BRI 


0.1947 

2548 


013552 


Procytox 


HOR 


9.3300 


344915 


Cytoxan 


3Ri 


4.5100 


344907 
013544 


Cytoxan 
Procytox 


BRI 
HOR 


3.4650 

4 3890 


194727 


Cytosar 


UPJ 


25.5000 


386715 


Cytosar 


1 ID ! 


6.1000 


521 183 


DT!C 


MIT 


1 1 .4675 


213071 


Cosmegen 


MSD 


5.4890 


163899 


Ce-'uDidine 


r^PP 


51.1390 


452122 


Treosuifan 


■-E0 


0.7040 


353078 


Adriamycin 


ad; 129.4700 


357391 


Adriamycm 


ADI 


27.1150 


461830 


Emcyt 


HLR 


2.4750 


012882 
428493 


Fluorouracii 
Adrucil 


HLR 
ADI 


2.7500 

34650 


285463 


Kidroiase 


RPP 


79.3210 


360414 


CeeNU 


BRI 


8.5663 


360422 


CeeNU 


BRI 


5.5000 


360430 


CeeNU 


BRI 


3.3880 


016063 


Mustargen 


MSD 


5.0800 


386391 


Megace 


BRI 


0.7667 


004715 


Alkeran 


BWE 


0.7920 


004723 


Purinethol 


BWE 


0.9680 


381799 


Mitomycin 


BRI 


51.8650 


012750 


Natulan 


HLR 


0.2658 



295 



1072 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 107/84 

10:00 Antineoplastic Agents 

CONTINUeO 

Tamoxifen citrate lOmg Tab 419052 Nolvadex ICI 1.2199 

Thio-Tepain,Pd iSmgPk 237C35 T^o-Tepa LED 8.4792 

Thioguanlne 40mg Tab 282081 Lanvis BWE 2.2880 

Vinblastine Sulfate In) Pd lOmgPk 015431 Veibe LIL 29.7220 

Vincristine Sulfate In) Pd Smg Pk 015466 Oncovin LIL 110.3960 

Vincristine Sulfate Inj Pd lmgPk 015458 Oncovin LIL 23.5950 



296 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



1073 



12:00 Autonomic Agents 



12:04 Parasympathomimetic (Cholinergic) Agents 

Bethanechol Chloride 50mg Tab O 453013 

Bethanechol Chloride 25mg Tab O 453005 

349739 
Bethanechol Chloride I0mg Tab O 452998 

349720 

Bethanechol Chloride SmgnnL Inj Sol 1 mL Pk 

349747 

Carbachol 2mg Tab 00321 2 

Carbachol0 25nng'mLln)Sol imLPk 341622 

Edrophonium Chloride lOOmg lOmL Inj Sol 

•QnnLPk 013064 

Neostigmine Bromide I5mg Tab 3 013332 

Neostigmine Methylsulfate 5rpg mL inj Sol 

'mLPk 0'2955 

Pyridostigmine Bromide I80mg LA Tab C 035890 

Pyridostigmine Bromide 60nng Tab O ^ 3404 



Duvoid 


EAT 


0.3894 


Duvoid 


EAT 


0.2404 


Urecholme 


FRS 


4290 


Duvoid 


EAT 


0.1496 


Urecholine 


FRS 


02855 


Urecholine 


FRS 


2.0000 


Carbachol 


AHA 


0.1958 


Carbachol 


AHA 


2.1650 


Tensilon 


HLR 


7.6560 


P'ostigmin 


HLR 


0.0897 


Prostigmin 


HLR 


0.5038 


Mestinon 


HLR 


0.2349 


Mestinon 


HLR 


0.0996 



12:08 Parasympatholytic (Cholinergic Blocking) 
Agents 



Atropine Sulfate C 6mg nnL ini Sol 1 nnL Pk 



Atropine Sulfate 4mQ!nL inj Sol l mL Pk 



Benztropine Mesylate 2mg Tab 



Benztropine Mesylate 2mg 2mL irj Soi 2mL 

Dicyclomine HCI 20mg Tao Z 
Dicyclomine HCI "lOmg Cao O 

Dicyclomine HCI 2mg/mL O'L O 
Dicyclomine HCI 20mg 2mL In) Sol 2mL Pk 
Ethopropazine HCI 50mg Tab O 
Glycopyrrolate2mg Tab O 
Glycopyrrolate img Tab 3 
Glycopyrrolate 2mg/mL In) Sol 1 mL Pk 
Hyoscine Butylbromide lOmg Tab O 

CONTINUCO 



535699 

497253 
012076 


AtroDine Sui'ate 

Atrcpme 

AtroDine 


SOU 
ABB 
GLA 


0.2550^ 

3100 
03510 


535680 
497231 
061697 


Atropine Sulfate 

Atropine 

Atropine 


SOU 
ABB 
GLA 


0.2500 + 

03100 
03510 


426857 
428086 
016357 


Aoo-Benztropme 

Bensylate 

Cogentin 


APX 
ICN 
MSD 


0.0700 

00715 
00947 


016128 


Cogentin 


MSD 


3.0873 


282529 


Bentylol 


MER 


0.1045 


361933 
018007 


Formulex 
Bentylol 


ICN 

MER 


0.0594 

0660 


018023 


Bentylol 


MER 


0.0332 


133965 


Bentylol 


MER 


3.4100 


025550 


Parsitan 


RPP 


0.0827 


026522 


Robinul Forte 


ROB 


0.1082 


026514 


Robinul 


ROB 


0.0651 


026425 


Robinul 


ROB 


1.0670 


363812 


Buscopan 


BOE 


0.1232 



297 



1074 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 107/84 



12:00 Autonomic Agents 



363820 Buscopan 



Trihexyphenidyl HCI 2mg Tab O 



Trihexyphenidyl HCI 4mg/rT!L 0/L O 



BOE 0.9442 



12:08 Parasympatholytic (Cholinergic Blocking) 
Agents 

CONTINUED 

Hyosclne Butylbromide I0mg Sup 

Hyoscine Butylbromide 20mg/mL Inj Sol 
imLPk 

Hyoscyamine Sulfate 1 25mg SL Tab O 

Hyoscyamine Sulfate 1 25mg/mL 0/L O 

Orphenadrine Citrate 1 0Omg Tab 

Orphenadrlne Citrate 60mg'2mL Inj Sol 2mL 
Pk 

Orphenadrine HCI 50mg Tab O 

Oxybutynin Chloride 5mg Tab O 

Oxybutynin Chloride img/mL O/L O 

Procyclldlne HCI 5mg Tab 

Procyclidine HCI 5mg/mL 0/L 

Propantheline Bromide 1 5nng Tab 

Propantheline Bromide 7 5mg Tab O 
Scopolamine i 5mg Transderm Syst 
Trihexyphenidyl HCI 5mg Tab 



363839 


Buscopan 


BOE 


2.0735 


125857 


Levsin 


KUC 


0.0941 


553077 


Levsin 


KUC 


0.3667 


171476 


Norflex 


RIK 


0.3729 


171468 


Nortlex 


RIK 


3.2908 


026387 


Disipal 


RIK 


0.2118 


530921 


Ditropan 


EAT 


0.2277 


548332 


Ditropan 


EAT 


0.0512 


306290 
004758 


Procyclid 
Kemadrin 


ICN 
BWE 


0.0402 

0550 


485012 
004405 


Procyclid 
Kemadrin 


ICN 
BWE 


0.0282 

00319 


294837 
028592 


^ropanthel 
Pro-Banthine 


ICN 
SEA 


0.0979 

1195 


028584 


Pro-Banthine 


SEA 


0.1001 


550094 


Transderm-V 


ClB 


1.2650 


021938 
545074 
271314 
015059 


Novohexidyl 
Apo-Trihex 
Aparkane 
Artane 


NOP 

APX 

ICN 

LED 


0.0235 

00270 
0303 
0640 


021911 
545058 
280445 
015040 


Novohexidyl 
Aoo-Tnhex 
Aparkane 
Artane 


NOP 
APX 
ICN 

LED 


0.0185 

0200 
0286 
0370 


014656 


Anane 


LED 


0.0190 



12:12 Sympathomimetic (Adrenergic) Agents 



Ephedrlne HCI 30nng Tab O 
Epinephrine Aero Sol 1 5mL Pk O 

Epinephrine Bitartrate 

Aero Susp 1 5nnL Pk 

Epinephrine HCI 

30mg. 30mL tnj Sol 30mL Pk 



304069 Ephedrine 

282286 Bronkaid 
Mistometer 

026271 Medihaler-Epi 

1 55357 Adrenalin 



AHA 0.1216 

WIN 6.5000 

RIK 8.5250 

PDA 5.6700 



CONTINUeO 



298 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



1075 



12:00 Autonomic Agents 



12:12 Sympathomimetic (Adrenergic) Agents 

CONTINUED 

Epinephrine HCi (Racemic) 2 25% Inh Sol 

30mLPk G 

Fenoterol HBr 1 % Inh Sol 20mL Pk © 
Fenoterol HBr Inh Pd 200 dose Pk 
Fenoterol HBr 2 Smg Tab O 
Ipratropium Bromide inh 200 dose Pk 
Isoproterenol HCI 5% Inh Sol lOmL Pk O 
Isoproterenol HCI Aero Sol 15mL Pk 
Isoproterenol HCI lOmg SL Tab © 

Isoproterenol Sulfate 

AeroSusp ISmLPk © 

Orciprenaline Sulfate 

5% inh Sol lOnnLPk © 

Orciprenaline Sulfate 

iphPd 300 dose Pk © 

Orciprenaline Sulfate 20mg Tab O 
Orciprenaline Sulfate 2mg mL 0/L © 
Pseudoephedrine HCI 60mg Tab © 

Pseudoephedrine HCI 6mg/nnL 0/L © 

Salbutamol 6nng,mL inh Sol lOmL Pk © 
Salbutamol inh 200 dose Pk © 
Salbutamol 4mg Tab © 
Salbutamol 2mg Tab © 
Terbutaline Sulfate Inh 200 dose Pk © 
Terbutaline Sulfate 5mg Tab © 
Terbutaline Sulfate 2 5mg Tab © 



480363 


Vaponefrin 


USV 


13.8380 


541389 


Berotec 


BOE 


9.3500 


371807 


Berotec 


BOE 


7.6450 


454796 


Berotec 


BOE 


0.1403 


576158 


Airovent 


BOE 


9.9000 


033227 


Isuprel 


WIN 


4.9500 


033219 


Isuprel Mistometer 


WIN 


7.7500 


033820 


Isuprel 


WIN 


0.1120 


026301 


Medihaler-lso 


RIK 


8.5250 


003859 


Alupent 


BOE 


5.8300 


254134 


Alupent 


BOE 


7.7550 


003891 


Alupent 


BOE 


0.1513 


249920 


Aluoent 


BOE 


0.0372 


342726 


RoDidrine 


RGB 


0.0507 


004766 


Sudafed 


5WE 


0.0779 


425516 


Rcbidnne 


POB 


0.0172 


004561 


Sudafed 


BvVE 


0198 


334227 


Ventolin 


AHA 


5.4000 


303569 


Ventolin 


AHA 


8.4000 


332267 


Ventolin 


AHA 


0.1580 


361135 


Ventolin 


AHA 


0.0945 


444774 


Bncanyl Spacer 


AST 


9.0200 


335363 


Bricanyl 


AST 


0.1436 


335355 


Bncanyl 


AST 


0.1114 



12:16 Sympatholytic (Adrenergic Blocl(ing) Agents 



Ergotamine & Pentobarbital Compound Tab 

Ergotamine & Pentobarbital Compound Sup 

Ergotamine Tartrate 1 mg Tab 
Ergotamine Tartrate 2mg SL Tab 

Ergotamine Tartrate & Caffeine 1 mg & 

'OOrr-.g Tap 

COMTINUeO 



1 76222 Cafergot-PB 



176214 
027405 
328952 



Cafergot-PB 

Gynergen 

Ergomar 



1 76095 Cafergot 



SAN 0.3636 

SAN 1.2696 

SAN 0.3674 

FiS 0.4088 

SAN 0.3141 



299 



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12:00 Autonomic Agents 

12:16 Sympatholytic (Adrenergic Blocking) Agents 

CONTINUED 

Methysergide Bimaleate 2mg Tab 027499 Sansert SAN 0.3999 

Pizotyllne 1 mg Tab 511552 Sandomigran DS SAN 0.3768 

Pizotyline 5mg Tab 329320 Sandomigran SAN 0.2222 

12:20 Skeletal Muscle Relaxants 

Baclofen lOmg Tab 455881 Uoresal GEI 0.3169 

CyclobenzaprineHCI lOmgTab 417300 Fiexeni MSD 0.4105 

Dantrolene Sodium lOOmg Cap 452521 Dantnum EAT 0.4367 

Dantrolene Sodium 25mg Cap 452513 Dantnum EAT 0.2255 



16:00 Blood Derivatives 



Immune Human Serum Globulin 16 5% Inj 

SollOmLPk 990515 Immune Human 

Serum Globulin CNG 9.5590 
Immune Human Serum Globulin 16 5% inj 
Sol 5mL Pk 990523 immune Human 

Serum Globulin CNG 5.3460 
Immune Human Serum Globulin 16 5% ln| 
Sol 2mL Pk 075280 Immune Human 

Serum Globulin CNG 3.0800 
Tetanus Immune Human Globulin In) Sol 
250U Pk 074942 Tetanus immune 

Human Globulin CNG 2.4860 



300 



O. Reg. 107/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



1077 



20:00 Blood Formation and Coagulation 
20:04 Antianemia Drugs 

•Ferrous Fumarate 200nng Tab otc 100 Pk 



Ferrous Fumarate 60mg/mL 0/L O 

Ferrous Fumarate (Pediatric) 60mg/mL 0/L 
45nnL Pk 

'Ferrous Gluconate 300mg Tab otc 100 Pk 



Ferrous Succinate lOOmg Tab otc 24 Pk 
•Ferrous Sulfate 300mg Ent Tab otc 100 Pk 

Ferrous Sulfate 1 25mg/mL 0/L 

Iron Dextran l00mg/2mL Inj Sol 2mL Pk © 



20:12 Coagulants and Anti-Coagulants 

Heparin Calcium 25,000IU/mL inj Sol 0.8mL 

Pk 

Heparin Sodium 50.000USP U/5mL inj Sol 

Sr.L Pk 

Vof inre-z'^'^eaDit 

Heparin Sodium lO.OOOUSP U/IOmL In) Sol 

lOmLPK 

Not iniercntngeaoia 

Nicoumaione 4nng Tab O 

Na intercnar^aaDi9 

Nicoumaione 1 mg Tab 

Not interca'igeaDi^ 

Phenindione 50mg Tab © 

^0f ir.ierzr^ngeaoie 

Warfarin 1 0mg Tab 

Nor intarcnangeaota 

Warfarin 5mg Tab O 

A(Or intarcnangeae><e 



Warfarin 2 Smg Tab 

^« mierc -angeaoie 



021431 
094706 
012238 


Novofumar 
Ferrous Fumarate 
Fersamai 


NOP 
DTC 
GLA 


2.7000 

32000 
73000 


437018 


Palafer 


BEE 


0.0536 


590630 


Palafer Pediatric 
Drops 


BEE 


3.7290 


033650 
031097 
021458 
545031 

094714 


Fergon 

Ferrous Gluconate 

Novoferrogluc 

Apo-Ferrous 

Gluconate 

Ferrous Gluconate 


WIN 

WAM 

NOP 

APX 
DTC 


2.6000 

2 8000 
2.9000 

31000 
3.2000 


004952 


Cere von 


CAL 


4.0000 


232998 
520810 


Novoferrosulfa 

Apo-Ferrous 

Sulfate 


NOP 
APX 


3.2500 

3.3000 


017841 


Fer-in-Sol 


MJO 


0.1162 


009598 


Imferon 


FIS 


1.8524 



562122 


Caiciiean 


ORG 


4.8070 


562270 


Hepalean 


ORG 


2.8985 


304050 


Hepann 


AHA 


3.0700 


562262 


Hepalean 


ORG 


1.6390 


010391 


Sintrom 


GEI 


0.2872 


010383 


Sintrom 


GEI 


0.0912 


010189 


Danilone 


FRS 


0.1293 


585637 


Coumadin 


DUP 


0.2305 


026174 


Athrombin-K 


PFR 


0.0693 


476870 


Warnerin 


PDA 


0.0904 


585629 


Coumadin 


DUP 


0.1260 


010308 


Warfilone 


FRS 


0.1265 


585645 


Coumadin 


DUP 


0.1155 



301 



1078 



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O. Reg. 107/84 



24:00 Cardiovascular Drugs 



24:04 Cardiac Drugs 



DIgoxIn 25mg Tab O 
Digoxin 1 25mg Tab O 

\0i' •niercangeaoie 

Digoxin OSmg/mL 0/L 

\of in:e'cr,angeaoie 

Digoxin 50mg,'2mL Inj Sol 2mL Pk 
Digoxin O.OSmg'mL inj Sol 1 mL Pk 

\oi ir.tercnangeaC'e 



004685 Lanoxin 

035319 Lanoxin 

242713 Lanoxin 

004464 Lanoxin 

004456 Lanoxin 



BWE 0.0454 

BWE 0.0454 

BWE 0.0864 

BWE 1.5950 

BWE 1.7325 



Wnen aoministercng cigoxin It IS acvisaoie to meaicate me same oatieni on me same arug orcouct 

Diltiazem HCI 60mg Tab O 
Diltiazem HCI 30mg Tab 
Disopyramide 1 50mg LA Tab O 
Disopyramide 1 50mg Cap O 

Disopyramide lOOmg Cap © 

Metoprolol Tartrate 200mg LA Tab 3 

Metoprolol Tartrate lOOmg Tab © 

Metoprolol Tartrate 50mg Tab O 

Nadolol I60ng Tab O ,„^, 

Nadolol aOmg Tao :: 

.Nifedipine lOmg Cap G 

Pindolol 15mg Tab O 

Pindolol lOmgTao O 

Pindolol 5mg Tab 3 

Procainamide HCI 500mg Cap O 

Procainamide HCI 375mg Cap O 

Procainamide HCI 250mg Cap 

Procainamide HCI lOOmg/lOnnL Inj Sol lOnnL 
Pk 

Propranolol 1 20mg Tab 



587761 


Cai-dizem 


NRD 


0.4015 


587753 


Cardizem 


NRD 


0.2184 


584231 


NorpaceCR 


SEA 


0.3157 


439363 
396389 


Rythnnodan 
Norpace 


ROU 
SEA 


0.3135 

3603 


382876 
396370 


Rythmodan 
Noroace 


ROU 
SEA 


0.2255 

02547 


534560 
497827 


Looresor SR 
Betaioc Durules 


GEi 
AST 


0.4878 
0.4900 


402540 
397431 


3eta!oc 
LOpresor 


AST 
GEI 


0.2745 

2858 


397423 
402605 


Looresor 
Betaioc 


GEI 
AST 


0.1599 

^603 


523372 


Corgard 


SOU 


0.6575 


463256 


Corgard 


SOU 


0.3675 


557633 


Adalat 


MIT 


0.3502 


417289 


Visken 


SAN 


0.5676 


443174 


VisKen 


SAN 


0.4015 


417270 


Visken 


SAN 


0.2288 


353523 


Pronestyl 


SOU 


0.2625 


296031 


Pronestyl 


SOU 


0.1940 


029076 


Pronestyl 


sou 


0.1445 


029181 


Pronestyl 


sou 


5.9000 


504335 
549657 
456578 


Apo-Prooranclol 

Novooranol 

Inderal 


APX 

NOP 
AYE 


0.2450 

2498 
3006 



COMTINUeO 



302 



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1079 



24:00 Cardiovascular Drugs 



24:04 Cardiac Drugs 



COKTINUEO 



Propranolol 80ng Tab 3 



Propranolol -lOmg Tab G 



Propranolol lOmg Tab O 



Propranolol iGOmg LA Cap 3) 
Propranolol SO^g LA Cap G 
Quinidine Bisulfate 250mg Tab (D 
Quinidine Gluconate 325mg Tab 
Quinidine Polygatacturonate 

Quinidine Sulfate 300mg Tab I 
Quinidine Sulfate 200mg Tab j 



496502 
402761 
523380 
313602 

523399 
402753 
496499 
002666 

523402 
496480 
402788 
002658 

511668 

566950 

240500 

311731 

0:'G131 

346337 

003611 
094412 
441740 

021733 
026883 
004782 
023868 

495611 
353922 
353914 
554324 
554316 



Timolol Maleate 20mg Tab 
Timolol Maleate lOmg Tab 3 
Timolol Maleate 5mg Tab ' . 
Verapamil HCI i2Cmg Tab O 
Verapamil HCI BOmg Tab ^ 

24:06 Antilipemic Drugs 

Cholestyramine Resin 

440rr,g g Oral Pa 378g Pk #990000 

Cholestyramine Resin 440mg'g Oral Pd 9g 
Pot.ch Pk C 464880 

Cloflbrate SOOmg Cap 337382 

409472 
002038 

CONTINUCO 



Novopranol 

ApoPropranolol 

Propranolol 

Inderal 

Propranolol 
Apo-Propranolol 
Novopranol 
Inderal 

Propranolol 
Novopranol 
Apo-Propranolol 
Inderal 

Inderal LA 

Inderal LA 

B.qum Durules 

Quinate 

Cnrdiof^um 

Quinidex Extentabs 

Quinidine 

Quinidine 

Apo-Quinidine 

Sulfate 

Novoquinidme 

Quinidine 

Qumidme 

Quinidine 

3iocadren 

Blocadren 

Olocadren 

ii^optin 

Isoptin 



NOP 0.1013 
APX 0.1019 
DTC 0.1008 MAC 
AYE 0.2337 

DTC 0.0496 
APX 0.9432 MAC 
NOP 0.0432 MAC 
AYE 0.1408 
OTC 0.0278 
NOP 0.0228 MAC 
APX 0.0228 MAC 
AYE 0.0793 

AYE 0.5037 

AYE 0.2812 

AST 0.2675 

ROG 0.2700 

PFR 0.3674 

ROB 0.2618 

AHA 0.1460 

DTC 1495 

APX 1550 

NOP 1580 

ROG 1600 

BWE 1623 

PDA 0^340 

FRS 0.5435 

FRS 0.3006 

FR3 0.1506 

SEA 0.5271 

SEA 0.3456 



Questran 

Questran 

Novofibrate 

Ciaripex 

Aifomid-S 



BRI 25.2450 



BRI 

NOP 

iCN 

AYE 



0.6930 
0.0824 

0963 
1076 



303 



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24:00 Cardiovascular Drugs 

24:06 Antilipemic Drugs 



O. Reg. 107/84 



COMTINUEO 



Sodium Dextrothyroxlne4mg Tab 
Sodium Dextrothyroxine 2mg Tab O 



009636 Choloxtn 
273015 Choloxin 



FLI 0.3828 
FLI 0.3278 



24:08 Hypotensive Drugs (For Diuretics See 40:28) 



Amiloride HCI & Hydrochlorothiazide 5mg 

50mg Tab '3 

Atenolol lOOmg Tab 28 Pk O 
Atenolol 50mg Tab 28 PK © 
Bethanldine Sulfate lOmg Tab O 
Captopril lOOmg Tab 
Captopril 50mg Tab O 
Captopril 25mQ Tab 
Chlorthalidone lOOmg Tab 



Chlorthalidone 50mg Tab 



Clonidine HCI 2mg Tab O 
Clonidine HCI l mg Tao 
Debrisoquine Sulfate 20mg Tab 
Oebrisoquine Sulfate lOmg Tab 
Diazoxide 300nng/20mL Inj Sol 20mL Pk 
Ethacrynic Acid 50mg Tab 
Furosemide 40mg Tab 



Furosemide 20rr>q Tab 



Furosemide iQmg'nnLO/L 

COMTINUCO 



& 

487813 


Moduret 


MSD 


0.2539 


486833 


Tenormin 


ICI 


15.0920^ 


520683 


Tenormin 


ICI 


9.2400 > 


#035270 


Esbaioid 


BWE 


0.2376 


546305 


Capoten 


SOU 


0.9590 


546291 


Capoten 


SOU 


0.5180 


5462S3 


Caooten 


SOU 


0.2940 


360287 
398373 
337455 
293381 

010421 


ApoChlorthaliaone APX 
Chionhaiidone DTC 
Novothalidonf; NOP 

Unclon ICN 
Hynrc^Ofi Gel 


0.0825 

0835 

084: 

089^ 
u !21i 


398365 
360279 
337447 
298964 
010413 


CMc'thalidcne DTC 
Apo-Chiortnalidone APX 
Novothaiidone NOP 
Ur.don ON 
Hygroton GEI 


0.0459 
0.0557 
0.0557 
0.0751 
0.0901 


291889 


Catapres 


BOE 


0.2910 


259527 


Catapres 


BOE 


0.1628 


255424 


Dedinay 


HLR 


0.1584 


255432 


Declinax 


^LR 


0.1062 


269271 


Hyperstat 


SCH 


26.9390 


016497 


Eaecm 


MSD 


0.2154 


396249 
362166 
337749 
332275 
012580 
344079 


Furosem.de 

Aoo-Furosemde 

Novosemide 

Furoside 

Lasix 

Untol 


DTC 

APX 

NOP 

ICN 

HOE 

HOR 


0.0115 

0.0102 
0.0102 

0.0086 
0.0712 
0.0794 


353612 
396788 
489131 
337730 
289590 


Furoside 

Apo-Furosemide 

Furosemide 

Novosemide 
Lasix 


ON 

APX 

DTC 

NOP 

HOE 


0.0450 

0.0331 
0.0332 

0.0331 
0.0461 


432342 


Lasix 


HOE 


0.1910 



304 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



1081 



24:00 Cardiovascular Drugs 



24:08 Hypotensive Drugs (For Diuretics See 40:28) 



CONTINUED 



Furosemide 20mg, 2mL in) Sol 2mL Pk 

Guanethidine Monosuifate 25mg Tab O 

Guanethidine Monosuifate I0mg TaD O 

Hydralazine HCI 50mg Tab O 
Hydralazine HCI 25mg Tab O 
Hydralazine HCI lOmg Tab 
Hydralazine HCI 20mg;mL 'pj Sol 1 mL Pk 
Hydrochlorothiazide 50mg Tab 



Hydrochlorothiazide 25n-g Tao 



Hydrochlorothiazide & Spironolactone 

SCrrg & 5Gmg Tao C 

Hydrochlorothiazide & Spironolactone 

25'rg 4 25ng Tac Z 

Hydrochlorothiazide & Triamterene 25nng & 

5Cmg Tab 

Indapamide 2 5mg Tab 
Methyldopa 500mg Tab 



217743 


Lasix 


HOE 


0.6050 


467766 


Uritol 


HOR 


1 2958 


396753 


ADO-Guanetnidine 


APX 


0.1800 


005517 


ismeiin 


CIB 


02545 


396745 


Apo-Guanethidine 


APX 


0.1050 


0C5509 


Ismelin 


C!B 


1441 


0Q5541 


Apresoline 


CIB 


0.2222 


005533 


Apresoline 


CIB 


0.1356 


005525 


Apresoiine 


CIB 


0.0836 


005274 


Apresoline 


CIB 


2.2670 


02U82 


Novohydrazide 


NOP 


C.0059 


209821 


Hydrocnioro- 
thiazide 


SAP 


0.0052 MAC 


092703 


Hydrochloro- 








thiazide 


DTC 


0.0059 


3^2800 


Apo-Hydro- 




0.0059 




chlorothiazide 


APX 


263907 


•jroziae 


iCN 


0.0054 


005576 


Es'dr;x 


CIB 


0.0643 


016519 


HydrcDiURiL 


MSD 


0.0662 


021^74 


Novonvorazide 


NOP 


0.0172 


09268 1 


Hydrcchioro- 








tn,az:Ce 


DTC 


0175 


32684^ 


MDO-MvOrO- 








chicrotn'azide 


APX 


0190 


263S93 


'jroz;ae 


iC.\ 


0C219 


005568 


EsiOrix 


CIB 


0.0453 


01 6500 


HydroDiuRIL 


MSD 


00478 


594377 


Aidactazide-50 


SEA 


0.4044^ 


180408 


Aidactazide 


SEA 


0.2135 


532657 


Novotnamzide 


NOP 


0.0612 MAC 


181528 


Oyazide 


SKF 


0.1254 


564966 


Lozide 


SEV 


0.2779 


426830 


Apo-Methyldopa 


APX 


0.1969 


353639 


Dooannet 


ICN 


0.1987 


456020 


Metnyidopa 


DTC 


0.1780 MAC 


337498 


Novorr^edopa 


NO? 


0.1979 


016586 


Aiaomet 


MSD 


0.2307 



CONTINUEO 



305 



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O. Reg. 107/84 | 



24:00 Cardiovascular Drugs 



24:08 Hypotensive Drugs (For Diuretics See 40:28) 



CONTINUED 



Methyldopa 250mg Tab 3 



Methyldopa 1 25mg Tab O 



Methyldopa & Hydrochlorothiazide 250mg 
(Si25ng Tab O 



Methyldopa & Hydrochlorothiazide 250mg 
& l5rr.gTab 3 



Metolazone lOmg Tab 3 
Metolazone 5mg Tap O 
Metolazone 2 5mg Tab 3 
Metooroloi Tartrate 200mg lA Tab Z 

Metoprolol Tartrate ^ OOmg Tap 3 

Metoprolol Tartrate 50mg Tab 3 

Minoxidil lOmg Tap 3 
Minoxidil 2 Si^g Tao 3 
Nadolol I60nng Tab 3 
Nadolol 30mg Tab 3 
Oxprenolol HC1 1 60mg LA Tab 3 
Oxprenolol HCI 80mg LA Tab 3 
Oxprenolol HCI BOmg Tab 3 
Oxprenolol HCI 40mg Tab 3 
Oxprenolol HCI 20mg Tab 3 
Pindolol 1 5mg Tap 3 
Pindolol 1 Omg Tab 3 
Pindolol 5mg Tab 3 

Pindolol & Hydrochlorothiazide 1 0mg & 

5Qmg Tap 3 

CONTINUED 



456004 
360260 
250392 
337471 
016578 


Methyldopa 

ApO-MethyldPpa 

Dopamet 

Novomedopa 

Aldomet 


DTC 

APX 

ICN 

NOP 

MSD 


0.0695 
0.0635 
0.0566 MA 
0.0635 
0.1291 


353620 
337463 
456012 
360252 
016551 


Dopamet 

Npvomedopa 

Methyldopa 

Apo-Methyldppa 

Aldomet 


ICN 

NOP 

DTC 

APX 

MSD 


0.0660 

00680 
0683 
0780 
0.0807 


363634 
403490 
140597 


Novodoparil-25 

Dopa2ide-25 

Aldpril-25 


NOP 

ICN 

MSD 


0.0829 MA 

0.1051 

0.2017 


363642 
403482 

140589 


Npvodoparil-15 
Dooa2:de-i5 

Aldoril- 15 


NOP 

ICN 
MSD 


0.1143 

1144 
0.1907 


301671 


Zaroxoiyn 


PWC 


0.1595 


301698 


Zaroxolyn 


PWC 


0.1265 


301663 


Zaroxoiyn 


PWC 


0.0990 


534560 
497827 


LocrescrSR 
3etaiOC Dufjies 


GEI 
AS^ 


0.4878 
0.4900 


402540 
397431 


Betaicc 
Lopresor 


AST 
GEi 


0.2745 

2858 


397423 
402605 


Looresor 
Betaioc 


GEi 
AST 


0.1599 

1603 


514500 


Loniten 


UPJ 


0.3010 


514497 


Lonuen 


UPJ 


0.1365 


523372 


Corgard 


SOU 


0.6575 


463256 


Corgard 


SOU 


0.3675 


534537 


Slow-Trasicor 


CIB 


0.4680 


534579 


Slow-Trasicor 


CIB 


0.2340 


402583 


Trasicor 


CIB 


0.2340 


402575 


Trasicor 


CIS 


0.1602 


402567 


Trasicor 


CIB 


0.0863 


417289 


Visken 


SAN 


0.5676 


443174 


Visken 


SAN 


0.4015 


417270 


Visken 


SAN 


0.2288 


568635 


Vtskazide 10/50 


SAN 


0.3991 



306 



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1083 



24:00 Cardiovascular Drugs 



24:08 Hypotensive Drugs (For Diuretics See 40:28) 

CONTINUED 

Pindolol & Hydrochlorothiazide 1 0mg & 

25mg Tab O 

Prazosin HCI Smg Tab 
Prazosin HCI 2nng Tab O 
Prazosin HCI img Tab O 
Prazosin HCI Smg Cap C 
Prazosin HCI 2nng Cap 
Prazosin HC1 1 mg Cap 
Prazosin HCI Smg Cap 
Propranolol 1 20mg Tab 



Propranolol 80mg Tab 



Propranolol 40.'Tig Tab 



sPropranolol iOmg Tab 



Propranolol 1 60mg LA Cao 
Propranolol 80mg LA Cao Z 

Propranolol & Hydrochlorothiazide 80mg 

25mg Tac j 

Propranolol & Hydrochlorothiazide 40mg 

ISrrg Tab Z 

Rauwolfia Serpentina lOOmg Tab O 
Rauwolfia Serpentina SOmg Tab 
ReserpineO 25mg Tab 



ReserpineO imgTab 

Reserpine Srrg 2mL In) Soi 2mL Pk 

Sodium Nitroprusside Oihydrate in) Pd 

50rr.g Pk 

Spironolactone iOOmg Tab 

CONTINUED 



568627 

560979 

560960 

560952 

« 381 551 

-381533 

=? 381 527 

= 3815ia 

504335 
549657 
456578 

496502 
402761 
523380 
313602 

523399 

402753 
496499 
002666 

523402 
496480 
402788 
002658 

511668 

566950 



& 



465313 
029459 
029440 
021784 
093238 
005665 

09321 1 
005657 

436917 

336459 
285455 



Viskazide 10/25 

Minipress 

Minipress 

Minipress 

Minipress 

Minipress 

Minipress 

Minipress 

Apo-Propranolol 

Novopranol 

Inderal 

Novopranol 

Apo-Propranolol 

Propranolol 

Inderal 

Propranolol 

Apo-Propranclol 

Novopranol 

Inderal 

Propranolol 
Novopranol 
Apo-Propranolol 
Inderal 

Inderal LA. 

Inderal LA. 



;65321 inderide80 



Inderide40 

Raudixin 

Raudixin 

Novoreserpine 

Reserpine 

Serpasil 

Reserpine 

Serpasil 

Serpasil 

Nipride 
Aldactone 



SAN 

PFI 

PFI 

PFI 

PFI 

PFI 

PFI 

PFI 

APX 
NOP 
AYE 

NOP 
APX 
Die 
AYE 

DTC 
APX 
NOP 
AYE 

DTC 
NOP 
APX 
AYE 

AYE 

AYE 



AYE 

SOU 

SOU 

NOP 
DTC 
CiB 

DTC 

CIB 

CIB 

HLR 
SEA 



0.3991 
0.2858 > 
0.2078 + 
0.1449 + 
0.2858 
0.2078 
0.1449 
0.1158 

0.2450 

2498 

03006 

0.1013 

0.1019 

0.1008 MAC 

0.2337 

0.0496 
0.0432 
0.0432 MAC 
0.1408 
0.0278 

0.0228 MAC 

0.0228 

0.0793 

0.5037 
0.2812 



AYE 0.2859 



0.1847 
0.2235 
0.1370 

0.0242 

0390 
0747 

0.0256 

0434 

3.0430 

9.6800 
0.7315 



307 



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24:00 Cardiovascular Drugs 



24:08 Hypotensive Drugs (For Diuretics See 40:28) 

CONTINUED 

Spironolactone 25nng Tab © 
Timolol Maleate 20mg Tab O 
Timolol Maleate 1 0mg Tab O 
Timolol Maleate 5mg Tab O 

Timolol Maleate & Hydrochlorothiazide 

lOmg&25mgTab O 

Triamterene lOOmg Tab 
Triamterene 50mg Tab 



028606 Aldactone 

495611 Blocadren 

353922 Blocadren 

353914 Blocadren 

509353 Timolide 

027138 Dyrenium 

299715 Dyrenium 



SEA 0.1881 

FRS 0.5435 

FRS 0.3006 

FRS 0.1506 

FRS 0.3113 

SKF 0.1376 

SKF 0.1064 



Hypsfwnsion: Fliad Combtnailon Oruga 

A iixea ccnoinaiion orug s ^oi ma.caied tor initial ineraoy o( lype^ension Myoenension requifes ineraov titratea to tr>e marviaLiai oatiem 
►'sccgn.z ng tries, :t tf.e ii«ea comoi'^ai-cn arug rreets 'nat tifateo aose c* 'ts moiviouai corroonents. is us« may oe rrxjre convenient in 
ire 'T>apageme'i ot tne inoiviciuai oat em The treatment ot nvoertension s not stai'C 't must tx re-evaiuaied as conoittons m eacn patient 
warrant AoaotecJ irom POC ReoorTs Seot " 1972 o 8 (^DA Caroovascuiar AOvisorv Comminee) 



24:12 Vasodilating Drugs 

Erythrol Tetranitrate ^G~^g SL Tab 
Isosorbide Dinitrate 30rTa Tab 



Isosorbide Dinitrate lO^^g Tab Z 

Isosorbide Dinitrate 5rr,g SL Tab C 
•Nitroglycerin 0.6rrg SL Tab 100 Pk O 

Nitroglycerin 3rr.g SL Tab 100 Pk O 



Nitroglycerin 2% Ont 60g PK 

\or i-ire'cnangedO'e 



Nitroglycerin 2'o Omt 30g Pk 3 

Pentaerythritol Tetranitrate 80mg Tab O 
Pentaerythritol Tetranitrate 20mg Tab 3 
Pentaerythritol Tetranitrate lOmg Tab O 



299790 


Cardilate-10 


458694 
279536 
441694 
446696 


Novosorbide 

Isordil 

Ado-ISDN 

Coronex 


44^686 
458686 
446688 
208973 


Ado-ISDN 
Novosorbide 
Coronex 
Iscroil 


243116 
446661 


isordil 
Coronex 


015962 
990620 
003662 


Nitroglycerin 

Nitrostat 

Niirostabilin 


015954 
037613 


Nitroglycerin 
Nitrostat 


990914 
990973 
442925 


Nitrol 

Nitrong 

Nitro-Bid 


125849 
525529 

476579 


Nitrol 
Nitrong 

Peritrate Forte 


476609 


Peritrate 


476595 


Peritrate 



GAL 0, 

NOP 0. 

WYE 0. 

APX 0. 

AYE 0. 

APX 0, 

NOP 0. 

AYE 0. 

WYE 0. 

WYE 0, 

AYE 



1194 

0573 MAcr 

1220 
0573 MM 

1218 

0256 MA(i 

0257 
0455 
0458 

0450 

0452 



LIL 

PDA 

AHA 

l!L 
PDA 

KUC 
RPo 
ROU 

KUC 
RPP 

PDA 

PDA 

PDA 



2.3100 

2 5000 
2.5850 

2.3100 

2 5000 

9.4600 
9.4600 
9.9550 

5.2250 
5.2360 

0.1863 

0.1050 

0.0780 



308 



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1085 



28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 
28:08 Analgesics 

'Acetaminophen SOOrng Tab © 



'Acetaminophen 325mg Tab O 



Acetaminophen 90rng mL 01 Z: 

Acetaminophen 24mg rrL L 3 
Acetaminophen 650mg Sjo 
Acetaminophen ^ 20rrg Sup 

Acetaminophen Compound with Codeine 

ao-T-c Tao 



Acetaminophen Compound with Codeine 



Acetaminophen with Codeine oOr^g Tao 

Acetaminophen with Codeine 30ma Tac 
Acetammophen with Oxycocone Tat) 
•Acetylsaticylic Acid 325mg Tac otc -00 PK 

Otc 300 Pk 
Otc 500 Pk 
•Acetylsalicylic Acid 975mg Ert Tab 1) 
'Acetylsaiicylic Acid 650mg Ent Tab 

'Acetylsalicylic Acid 325mg Ent Tab Z 



Acetylsalicylic Acid 650mg Sup 
Acetylsalicylic Acid 640mg Sup 

COKTINUEO 



567663 


Acetaminopnen 


WAM 


0.0222^ 


545007 


Apo- 








Acetaminophen 


APX 


0400 


013668 


Atasol Forte 


HOP 


0422 


292486 


Campain 


WIN 


0425 


446114 


Exaol Strong 


FRS 


0467 


374148 


Acetaminopnen 


WAM 


0.01 69 > 


389218 


Novogesic 


NOP 


00190 


229229 


Cannpain 


WIN 


00213 


293482 


Atasol 


HOR 


0229 


544981 


Apo- 








Acetaminophen 


APX 


0250 


277193 


Rounox 


ROG 


0295 


330876 


RobigesiC 


ROB 


0311 


373710 


Exdol 


FRS 


00317 


292539 


Atasol 


HOR 


0.1173 


221627 


Temora 


MJO 


1797 


330884 


Rob'ges:c 


ROB 


0.0209 


553336 


AcetammoDhen 


BEE 


0.4941 


553328 


Acetamnoohen 


BEE 


0.3410- 


-^25389 


Tyienc; No 3 


MCN 


0.0441 


293512 


Ataso:-30 


HOR 


0C864 


372358 


Exaoi-30 


FRS 


0937 


425370 


Tvieroi No 2 


MCN 


0.0323 


293504 


At3SC!--5 


HOP 


0586 


372331 


Exaoi-'5 


-RS 


0667 


396516 


Tvienoi No 4 


MCN 


0.2261 


439843 


Emoracet-60 


CAL 


0.2310 


391921 


E'npracet-30 


CAL 


0.1045 


580201 


Percocet 


DUP 


0.1914 


453897 


ASA 


CLK 


1.2000 


092754 


ASA 


OTC 


3.1000 


036145 


ASA 


WAM 


4.0000 


419508 


Enirophen 


FRS 


0.0828 


229296 


Novasen 


NOP 


UWo ^ 


010340 


Entropnen 


FRS 


216666 


Novasen 


NOP 


0.0171 


027189 


Ecotnn 


SKF 


0224 


010332 


Entropnen 


FRS 


0276 


451746 


Sal-Aouit 


BEE 


0.5198 


315133 


Supasa 


NRD 


0.5599 



309 



1086 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 
28:08 Analgesics 

CONTINUED 

Acetylsalicylic Acid 320nng Sup 

Acetylsaiicyiic Acid I60mg Sup 

Acetylsalicylic Acid 1 50mg Sup 

Acetylsalicylic Acid with Oxycodone Tab 

Anileridine HCI 25mg Tab 

Anileridine Phosphate 25mg/mL Inj Sol 1mL 
Pk 

ASA & Codeine 650mg & 30mg Tab 

ASA & Codeine 325mg & SOmg Tab 

ASA Compound with Codeine 60nng Tab 

ASA Compound with Codeine 30mg Tab 



ASA Compound with Codeine 1 5mg Tab 

Choline Salicylate & Magnesium Salicylate 

TaD : 

Codeine Phosphate 60rrg Tab 
Codeine Phosphate 30mg Tab 

Codeine Phosphate 1 5mg Tab 

Codeine Phosphate 5mg mL L 



O. Reg. 107/84 



^■Cr^ 



Codeine Phosphate 

30ng mL inj Sol 1 mL Pk 

Colchicine ^ rng Tab 
Colchicine 6mg Tab 



Diclofenac Sodium 50mg Ent Tab ® 
Diclofenac Sodium 25mg Ent Tab O 
Oiflunisal SOOng Tab O 
Diflunisal 25Cmg Tab O 

CONTINUED 



315117 


Supasa 


NRD 


0.4785 


377961 


Supasa 


NRD 


0.4202 


451738 


Sal-Infant 


BEE 


0.4079 


580236 


Percodan 


DUP 


0.2453 


010014 


Leritine 


FRS 


0.2506 


009857 


Leritine 


FRS 


1.3664 


406104 


Coryphen 650-30 


ROG 


0.1600 


406112 


Coryphen 325-30 


ROG 


0.1400 


108189 


294 


FRS 


0.2706 


604518 


Ancasal 30 


SAN 


0.0730 


095516 


AC&C 


DTC 


0.0770 


230448 


Ancasal 30 


ANC 


0.0798 


219843 


292 


FRS 


0.1172 


604496 


Ancasal 15 


SAN 


0.0506 


095508 


AC&C 


DTC 


00525 


230421 


Ancasal 15 


ANC 


00534 


108103 


282 


FRS 


0808 


449636 


Triiisate 


PFR 


0.1331 


093149 


Codeine 


DTC 


0.1585 


003247 


Codeine 


AHA 


1740 


093130 


Codeine 


DTC 


0.0843 


003239 


Codeine 


AHA 


00870 


018694 


Codeine 


NDA 


01050 


093122 


Codeine 


DTC 


0.0520 


003220 


Codeine 


AHA 


00540 


018686 


Codeine 


NDA 


0625 


093114 


Codeine 


DTC 


0.0190 


018678 


Codeine 


NDA 


0260 


497282 


Codeine 


ABB 


0.3700 


303879 


Codeine 


AHA 


4960 


206032 


Colchicine 


ROG 


0.2000 


094382 


Colchicine 


DTC 


0.0728 


287873 


Colchicine 


ROG 


0900 


000396 


Colchicine 


ABB 


1646 


514012 


Voltaren 


GEI 


0.4252 


514004 


Voltaren 


GEI 


0.2212 


576131 


Dolobid 


FRS 


0.5175 -h 


587699 


Dolobid 


FRS 


0.4143 + 



310 



O. Reg. 107/84 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



1087 



28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 
28:08 Analgesics 



CONTINUEO 

Fenoprofen Calcium 600mg Tab O 
Fenoprofen Calcium 300mg Cap O 
Ibuprofen 600mg Tab O 
Ibuprofen 400mg Tab C 

Ibuprofen 300mg Tab 

Ibuprofen 200nng Tab G 

Ibuprofen 400mg Cao O 
ibuprofen 300mg Cap O 
Ibuprofen 200mg Cap © 
Indomethactn 50mg Cap 

Indomethacin 25mg Cap 

V Indomethacin 75rng LA Cap 
I indomethacin lOOmg Sup 

Indomethacin SOmg Sup 

Ketoprofen SOmg Ent Tab O 

Ketoprofen SOmg Cap O 

Ketoprofen lOOmg Sup 

t^vorphanol Tartrate 2mg Tab 

Levorphanol Tartrate 

2mg'mL !nj 3c! imL Pk 

Mefenamic Acid 250m,g Cap Z 
Meperidine HCI SOmg Tab 

Meperidine HCI 1500mg/30mL !ni Sot 30mL 

Pk 

Meperidine HCI l00mg/2mL inj Sol 2m.L Pk 
Meperidine HC1 1 0Omg/mL In) Sol 1 mL Pk 

Meperidine HCI ZSmg/mL in) Sol 1mL Pk 

Meperidine HCI SOmg/mL Inj Sol 1 m,L Pk 

Morphine HCI Smg mL 0/L 
Morphine HCI l mg.mL 0/L 

COMTINUEO 



345504 


Nalfon 


LIL 


0.3027 


328642 


Nalton 


LIL 


0.1657 


48491 1 


Motrin 


UPJ 


0.2965 


506052 


Apo- Ibuprofen 


APX 


0.1650 + 


Wih 


Motnn 
Apo-ftuprJen 


3 


ffi.- 


327794 


Motrin 

Ibuprofen 

Apo-fbuproTen 


m 


mh 


252409 


Motnn 

ibuprpfen 

Amersor 


HfdR 
HOR 


0.1656 


443190 


Amersol 


HOR 


0.1300 


443182 


Amersol 


HOR 


0.1066 


337439 


Novomethacin 


NOP 


0.2780 


016047 


indoc;d 


MSD 


3838 


337420 


Novomethacin 


NOP 


0.1329 


016039 


indoCiO 


MSD 


2289 


':63248 


inooc d 3R 


MSD 


0.8030 


016233 


tndoc;a 


MSD 


1.0327 


594466 


indccid 


MSD 


0.7687 - 


566888 


Orua:s£ 


PP= 


0.2078 


336440 


OruOis 


RPC 


0.2078 


499544 


OruCiS 


RPP 


0.8840 


013366 


Levo-Dromoran 


HLR 


0.1452 


012904 


Levo-Dromoran 


HLR 


0.9724 


155225 


Popstan 


PDA 


0.2800 


033685 


Demerol 


WIN 


0.0725 


003506 


Petriid:ne 


AHA 


0825 


990493 


Demerol 


WIN 


4.0000 


990477 


Demerol 


WIN 


0.2800 


033308 


Demerol 


WIN 


0.2680 


497479 


PethiOine 


ABB 


3200 


033294 


Demerol 


WIN 


0.2580 


497460 


Pethidine 


ABB 


3200 


036242 


Demerol 


WIN 


0.2460 


497452 


Pethioine 


ABB 


0.3200 


514217 


MOS-5 


ICN 


0.1337 


486582 


MOS 


!CN 


0.0459 



■ 



311 



1088 



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O. Reg. 107/84 



28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 
28:08 Analgesics 

CONTWUffO 

Morphin* Sulfat* 1 5mg/mL Inj Sol 1 mL Pk 
Naproxen 500mg Tab © 

Naproxtn 375mg Tab 
Naproxen 250mg Tab O 

Naproxen 1 25mg Tab Q 

Oxymorphone HCI Smg Sup 

Oxymorphone HCI 

1 5mg/mL Inj Sol imL Pk 

Pentazocine 50mg Tab 

Pentazocine 300mg/l0mL Inj Sol lOmL Pk 

Phenylbutazone 1 0Omg Tab 



Phenylbutazone 1 0Omg Ent Tab 
Ptroxicam 20mg Cap O 
Piroxicam lOmg Cap G 
Propoxyphene 65mg Tab 
Propoxyphene Cap 



lory ot misuse ot central nervous sysiem arugs ;nciua:ng aiconci 

Sulindac 200mg Tab O 
Sulindac I50nng Tab 
Tolmetin Sodium 200mg Tab 
Tolmetin Sodium 400mg Cap 

28:10 Narcotic Antagonists 

Levallorphan Tartrate l mg/mL inj Sol 1 mL Pk 
Naloxone HCI 4mg/mL In) Sol 1 mL Pk 



497363 
335371 


Morphine 
Morphine 


ABB 

AHA 


0.3600 

0.3730 


592277 
589861 
525537 


Apo-Naproxen 

Novonaprox 

Naprosyn 


APX 
NOP 
SYN 


0.5800 •<- 
0.5810-»- 
0.7500 


583367 


Naprosyn 


SYN 


0.3930 


522651 
565350 
335193 


Apo-Naproxen 

Novonaprox 

Naprosyn 


APX 0.2415 MAC 
NOP 0.2415 MAC 
SYN 0.3815 ^ 


522678 
565369 
299413 


Apo-Naproxen 

Novonaprox 

Naprosyn 


APX 

NOP 
SYN 


0.1750 
0.1750 

0.2132 


585661 


Numorphan 


DUP 


2.2275 


585688 


Numorphan 


DUP 


1.8425 


033731 


Talwin 


WIN 


0.1995 


036277 


Talwin 


WIN 


3.8000 


021660 
093041 
312789 

010502 


Novobutazone 

Phenylbutazone 

Apo- 

Phenylbutazone 

Butazolidin 


NOP 
DTC 

APX 
GEI 


0.0200 

0217 

0360 
1488 


258377 


Intrabutazone 


ORG 


0.1584 


525618 


Feldene 


PFI 


0.8743 


525596 


Feldene 


PFI 


0.5020 


010081 


642 


FRS 


0.0967 


151351 
261432 


Novopropoxyn 
Darvon-N 


NOP 
LIL 


0.0330 

01153 


pnene tor oaitent with a htsiory ol emotional OisturDances or a r»%- 


432369 


Clinoril 


FRS 


0.5190 


456888 


Clinoril 


FRS 


0.4095 


364126 


Tolectin 


MCN 


0.2068 


484938 


Tolectin DS 


MCN 


0.3262 



115584 Lortan 
589020 Narcan 



HLR 1.2056 
DUP 5.9950 



312 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



1089 



28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 
28:12 Anticonvulsants 

Cartamazepine 200nDg Tab 



Clonazepam 2mg Tab O 
Clonazepam 5mg Tab 
Ethosuximide 250mg Cap O 
Ethosuximide 50mg/mL 0/L O 
Mephenytoin iOOmg Tab O 
Mephobarbital 2C0mg Tab 
Mephobarbital lOOmg Tab 
Methsuximide 300mg Cap O 
Phenobarbital IOOmg Tab 



Phenobartoital 60mg Tab 



Phenobarbital 30mg Tab 



Phenobarbital iSmgTab 



Phenobarbital 4mg ml 0/L 



Phenobarbital i20fTig/mL In) Sol imL Pk 
Phensuximide 500mg Cap 

Phenytoin (Diphenyihydantoin) 

50mg Tab j 

Phenytoin (Diphenyihydantoin) 25mg mL 

OL 

Phenytoin (Diphenyihydantoin) 

6rrg mL G L ^ 

Phenytoin (Diphenyihydantoin) Sodium 

■OOmgCac 

co*rniiuto 



402699 

504742 
010405 


Apo- 
Carbamazepine 
Mazepine 
Tegretol 


APX 
ICN 
GEI 


0.1700 

0.1859 
0.1984 


382841 


Rivotnl 


HLR 


0.2112 


382825 


flivotrll 


HLR 


0.1216 


022799 


Zarontin 


PDA 


0.1814 


023485 


Zarontin 


PDA 


0.0369 


027421 


Mesantoin 


SAN 


0.0814 


033715 


Mebaral 


WIN 


0.1875 


033707 


Mebaral 


WIN 


0.1235 


022802 


Celontin 


PDA 


0.1995 


093564 

^046868 

604577 

344036 


Phenobarbital 
Phenobarbital 
Phenobarbital 
Phenobarbital-iCN 


DTC 
ANC 
SAN 
ICN 


0.0164 

0.0168 
00168 
0.0250 


093556 
023817 
320714 


Phenobarbital 
Phenobarbital 
Phenobarbital-ICN 


DTC 
PDA 
ICN 


0.0117 

00150 
00173 


093521 
3 046841 
504550 
023809 
293903 


Phenobarbital 
Phenobarbital 
Phenobarbital 
Phenobarbital 
Phenobarbital-ICN 


DTC 
ANC 
SAN 
PDA 
ICN 


0.0058 

0.0070 
0070 
00087 
0.0095 


093505 
-046833 
604542 
023795 
271276 


Phenobarbital 
Phenobarbital 
Phenobarbital 
Phenobarbital 
Phenobarbital-lCN 


DTC 
ANC 
SAN 
PDA 
ICN 


0.0050 

0058 
0058 
00068 
00078 


588180 

is 298689 

604585 


Phenobarbital 
Phenobarbital 
Phenobarbital 


DTC 
ANC 
SAN 


0.0094 

00129 
00129 


033367 


Luminal 


WIN 


0.4900 


022810 


Milontin 


PDA 


0.1929 


023698 


Dilantin 


PDA 


0.0440 


023450 


Dilantin 


PDA 


0.0287 


023442 


Dilantin 


PDA 


0.0242 


2t 037435 
022780 


Novophenytoin 
Dilantin 


NOP 
PDA 


0.0208 
0.0335 



313 



1090 



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O. Reg. 107/84 



28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 
28:12 Anticonvulsants 



COMTINUEO 



Phenytoin (Oiphenylhydantoin) Sodium 

30mgCap O 

Phenytoin (Diphenyihydantoin) Sodium 

250mg/5mL Inj Sol 5mL Pk 

Phenytoin (Diphenyihydantoin) Sodium 

100mg/2mL tn| Sol 2mL Pk 

Primidone 250mg Tab 



Primidone 1 25mg Tab O 

Primidone 50mg.'mL 0/L O 
Valproate Sodium 50mg/mL 0/L O 
Valproic Acid 500mg Ent Cap O 
Valproic Acid 250nng Cap 



Amitriptyline 50mg Tab © 



Amitriptyline 25mg Tab ® 



Amitriptyline 1 0mg Tab O 



Amitriptyline 2mg ml 0/L 
Amoxapine I50mg Tab 
Amoxapine 1 0Omg Tab 
Amoxapine 50mg Tab 
Amoxapine 25mg Tab 

CONTMUEO 



022772 


Dilantin 


PDA 


0.0322 


271705 


Dilantin 


PDA 


3.7554 


245453 


Dilantin 


PDA 


1.7974 


294985 
396761 

002631 


Sertan 

Apo-Primidone 

Mysoline 


ICN 
APX 
AYE 


0.0528 

0.0575 
00581 


295116 
399310 
002623 


Sertan 

Apo-Primidone 

Mysoline 


ICN 
APX 
AYE 


0.0347 

0365 
00370 


it 052965 


Mysoline 


AYE 


0.0195 


443832 


Depakene 


ABB 


0.0530 


507989 


Depakene 


ABB 


0.4661 


443840 


Depakene 


ABB 


0.2387 


ic Agents Antidepressants 


335088 
037427 
398462 
377899 

271152 
016349 


Apo-Amitriptyline 

Novotripiyn 

Amitriptyline 

Amitriptyline 

Levate 

Elavil 


APX 

NOP 

SAP 

DTC 

iCN 

MSD 


0.0760 
0.0760 

0^65 
0790 
0842 
1886 


377880 
251275 
037419 
335061 
306320 
016330 


Amitriptyline 

Amitriptyline 

Novotriptyn 

Apo-Amitripty.:ne 

Levate 

Elavil 


DTC 

SAP 

NOP 

APX 

ICN 

MSD 


0.0092 
0.0074 
0.0087 

0.0088 
0.0072 MA 
0.0973 


335053 
251283 
037400 
377872 
29391 1 
016322 


Apo- Amitriptyline 

Amitriptyline 

Novotriptyn 

Amitriptyline 

Levate 

Elavil 


APX 

SAP 

NOP 

DTC 

ICN 

MSD 


0.0265 
0.0265 

0.0275 
00278 
00319 
0532 


016306 


Elavil 


MSD 


0.0275 


527114 


Asendin 


LED 


0.5300 


527106 


Asendin 


LED 


0.3735 


527092 


Asendin 


LED 


0.1900 


527084 


Asendin 


LED 


0.1200 



314 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



1091 



28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 

28:16:04 Psychotherapeutic Agents Antidepressants 



CONTINUED 

Clomipramine HCI 50mg Tab O 
Clomipramine HCI 25mg Tab O 
Clomipramine HCI I0mg Tab O 
Desipramine 75mg Tab O 
Desipramine 50mg Tab O 
Oesipramine 25mg Tab O 

Doxepin HCI lOOmg Cap O 
Doxepin HCI 75mg Cap O 
Doxepin HCI 50mg Cap O 
Doxepin HCI 25nng Cap O 
Doxepin HCI lOmg Cap O 
Imipramine 50mg Tab 



Imipramine 25mg Tab G 



Imipramine lOmg Tab 



Isocarfooxazid I0mg Tab 
Maprotiline HCI 75nng Tab 
Maprotiline HCI SOmg Tab 
Maprotiline HCI 25mg Tab 
Nomifensine Maleate SOmg Cap 
Nomifensine Maleate 25mg Cap 
Nortriptyline 25nng Cap 
Nortriptyline lOmg Cap 
" Phenelzine Sulfate 1 5mg Tab 
Protriptyline lOmg Tab 

COMTMUtO 



402591 

324019 

330566 

425265 

353876 

353868 
010448 

326925 

400750 

024341 

024333 

024325 

377929 
021520 
209848 
326852 
236721 
010480 

377910 
021512 
209864 
236756 
312797 
010472 

377902 
021504 
209856 
360201 
236748 
010464 

013307 
36051 1 
360503 
360481 
471437 
471445 
015237 
015229 
476552 
322741 



Anafranll 

Anafranil 

Anafranil 

Norpramin 

Norpramin 

Norpramin 

Pertofrane 

Sioequan 

Sinequan 

Sinequan 

Sinequan 

Sinequan 

Imipramine 

Novopramine 

Imipramine 

Apo-lmipramme 

Impril 

Tofranil 

Imipramine 

Novopramine 

imipramine 

Impril 

Apo-lmipramine 

Tofranil 

Imipramine 

Novopramine 

Imipramine 

Apo-lmipramine 

Impnl 

Tofranil 

Marplan 

Ludiomil 

Ludiomil 

Ludiomil 

fvlerital 

Mental 

Aventyl 

Aventyl 

Nardil 

TrtpttI 



GEI 
GEI 
GEI 

MER 
MER 

MER 

GEI 

PFI 

PFI 

PFI 

PFI 

PFI 

DTC 
NOP 
SAP 
APX 

ICN 
GEI 

DTC 

NOP 

SAP 

ICN 

APX 

GEI 

DTC 

NOP 

SAP 

APX 

ICN 

GEI 

HLR 

CIB 

CIB 

CIB 

HOE 

HOE 

LIL 

UL 

PDA 

MSD 



0.4364 
0.2369 
0.1717 
0.6633 
0.4191 

0.2376 

0.2611 

0.6030 
0.4577 
0.3188 
0.1720 
0.1400 

0.0659 

0660 
0660 
0.0690 

0732 
2884 

0.0131 MAC 

Q.0366 

0.0314 

0.0554 

0.0368 

0.1589 

0.0330 
0.0330 

0331 
0350 
0363 
0998 

0.1353 

0.4700 

0.3432 

0.1858 

0.2640 H- 

0.1540^ 

0.2209