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LAW LIBRARY 

JUN9 1987 

FACULTY OF LAW 
UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 



ONTARIO REXÏULATIONS 



1986 



REGS. 203-408 



O. Reg. 203/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 204/86 1861 



Publications Under The Regulations Act 



May 3nl, 1986 



IDEA CORPORATION ACT, 1981 

O. Reg. 203/86. 

Termination of IDEA Corporation. 
Made— April 10th, 1986. 
Filed— April 14th, 1986. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
IDEA CORPOR.ATION ACT, 1981 

TERMINATION OF IDEA 
CORPORATION 

1. — (1) The affairs of IDE.A Corporation shall be 
terminated as of the 30th day of June, 1986. 

(2) On termination all assets, rights, obligations £md 
liabilities of the Corporation shall be transferred 
forthwith to Her Majesty the Queen in right of the 
Province of Ontario as of the 30th day of June, 
1986. O. Reg. 203/86, s. 1. 



(8555) 



18 



CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

O. Reg. 204/86. 

Crop Insurance Plan — Specialty Crops. 
Made— March 17th, 1986. 
Approved — April 10th, 1986. 
Filed— April 15th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 
L ONTARIO REGULATION 313/81 
p MADE UNDER THE 

CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 



I 



1. Subsection 10 (1) of the Schedule to 
Ontario Regulation 313/81, as remade 
by section 5 of Ontario Regulation 
286/85, is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 



(1) The maximum insurable value that may be 
selected by the insured person for each acre of the 
insured crop is as follows: 



1. 


Broccoli 


— $1,100. 


2. 


Cabbage 


— $ 650. 


3. 


Cauliflower 


— SI, 100. 


4. 


Celery 


— $2,400. 



5. Early Potatoes 

6. Lettuce 

7. Parsnips 

8. Peanuts 

9. Red Beets 

10. Strawberries 

11. Sweet Corn 

1 2 . Tomatoes 



$1,000. 
$1,200. 
$1,200. 
$ 525. 
$ 700. 
$2,000. 
$ 650. 
$2,000. 



The Table to section 11 of the said 
Schedule, as remade by subsection 6 
(2) of Ontario Regulation 286/85, is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

TABLE 



Crop 


Factor 


1. 


Broccoli 


20 


2. 


Cabbage 


12 


3. 


Cauliflower 


24 


4. 


Celer>' 


14 


5. 


Earlv Potatoes 


12 


6. 


Lettuce 


20 


7. 


Parsnips 


22 


8. 


Peanuts 


16 


9. 


Red Beets 


10 


10. 


Strawberries 


20 


11. 


Sweet Corn 


18 


12. 


Tomatoes 


20 



The Table to Form 1 of the said Reg- 
ulation, as remade by subsection 8 (2) 
of Ontario Regulation 286/85, is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

TABLE 



Crop 


Number of Plant.> 


Benefit.- 


per acre 


per acri- 


Broccoli 


10,000 or less 


$150. 




10,001 to 14,000 incl. 


S300. 




14,001 or more 


$400. 


Cabbage 


10,000 or less 


$150. 




10,001 to 14,000 incl. 


$300. 




14,001 or more 


$400. 


Cauliflower 


10,000 or less 


$150. 




10,001 to 14,000 incl. 


$300. 




14,001 or more 


$400. 



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1862 O. Reg. 204/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 206/86 



I ABLE (Cont. 



Crop 


Number of Plants 


Benefits 


per Acre 


per acre 


Celery 




S 110 


Karly Potatot s 




$175 


Lettuce 




nil 


Parsnips 




$ 3!^ 


Peanuts 




nil. 


Red Beets 




S 90 


Si rawberries 




nil. 


Sweet Corn 




$ 45 


1 omatoes 


6,500 or less 


$750 




6,501 to 7,500 incl. 


$800 




7,501 or more 


$850 



The Crop Insurance Commission 
OF Ontario: 

Morris Huff 
Chairman 

Anna Vinslovas 
Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 17th day of March, 1986. 
(8SS6) 18 

CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

O. Reg. 205/86. 

Crop Insurance Plan — Green and 

Wax Beans. 
Made — March 5th, 1986. 
Approved — April 10th, 1986. 
Filed— April ISth, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 209 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

CROP INSURANCE ACT 

(ONTARIO) 

1. Clause 3 (c) of the Schedule to Regu- 
lation 209 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

(c) "processor" means a person who is licensed 
as a processor of vegetables under the Farm 
Products Marketing Act and the regulations 
made thereunder; 

2. The Table to the said Regulation is 
amended by striking out "Processor" 



in the third line of the first column and 
inserting in lieu thereof "Processing 
Plant". 

3. Subparagraph 6 (4) of Form 1 of the 
said Regulation is amended by striking 
out "processor" in the fourth line and 
inserting in lieu thereof "processing 
plant". 

The Crop Insurance Commission 
OF Ontario: 

Morris Huff 
Chairman 

Anna Vinslovas 
Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 5th day of March, 1986. 

(8557) 18 



CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

O. Reg. 206/86. 

Crop Insurance Plan — Lima Beans. 
Made— March 5th, 1986. 
Approved— April 10th, 1986. 
Filed— April 15th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 212 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

CROP INSURANCE ACT 

(ONTARIO) 

. Clause 3 (A) of the Schedule to Regu- 
lation 212 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

{b) "processor" means a person who is licensed 
as a processor of vegetables under the Farm 
Products Marketing Act and the regulations 
made thereunder; 

I. The Table to the said Regulation is 
amended by striking out "Processor" 
in the third line of the first column and 
inserting in lieu thereof "Processing 
Plant". 

i. Subparagraph 11 (4) of Form 1 of the 
said Regulation is amended by striking 
out "processor" in the fourth line and 



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O. Reg. 206/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 208/86 1863 



inserting in lieu thereof "processing 
plant". 

The Crop Lnsur.\nce Commission 
OF Ontario: 

Morris Huff 
Chairman 

Anna Vinslovas 
Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 5th day of March, 1986. 

(8558) 18 



CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

O. Reg. 207/86. 

Crop Insurance Plan — Sweet Com. 
Made— March 5th, 1986. 
Approved— April 10th, 1986. 
Filed— April 15th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 225 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

CROP INSURANCE ACT 

(ONTARIO) 

1. Clause 3 (6) of the Schedule to Regu- 
lation 225 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

(b) "processor" means a person who is licensed 
as a processor of vegetables under the Farm 
Products Marketing Act and the regulations 
made thereunder; 

2. The Table to the said Regulation is 
amended by striking out "Processor" 
in the fourth line of the first column 
and inserting in lieu thereof "Proces- 
sing Plant". 

3. Subparagraph 11 (3) of Form 1 of the 
said Regulation is amended by striking 
out "processor" in the fourth line and 
inserting in lieu thereof "processing 
plant". 



The Crop Insurance Commission 
OF Ontario: 

Morris Huff 
Chairman 

Anna Vinslovas 
Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this Sth day of March, 1986. 

(8559) 18 

CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

O. Reg. 208/86. 
Crop Insurance Plan — Peas. 
Made — March 5th, 1986. 
.\pproved — April 10th, 1986. 
Filed— April 15th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 217 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

CROP INSURANCE ACT 

(ONTARIO) 

1. Clause 3 (6 ) of the Schedule to Regu- 
lation 217 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

(6) "processor" means a person who is licensed 
as a processor of vegetables under the Farm 
Products Marketing Act and the regulations 
made thereunder; 

2. Subsection 12 (1) of the said Schedule, 
as remade by subsection 3 (1) of 
Ontario Regulation 299/85, is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

(1) The total premium payable in respect of acreage 
under contract to a processor is $44 per acre. 

3. Table 1 of the said Regulation is 
amended by striking out "Processor" 
in the fourth line of the first column 
and inserting in lieu thereof "Proces- 
sing Plant". 

4. Subparagraph 6 (3) of Form 1 of the 
said Regulation is amended by striking 
out "processor" in the fourth line and 
inserting in lieu thereof "processing 
plant". 



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1864 O. Reg. 208/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 211/86 



The Crop Insurance Commission 
OF Ontario: 

Morris Huff 
Chairman 

Anna Vinslovas 
Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 5th day of March, 1986. 

(8560) 18 

CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

O. Reg. 209/86. 

Crop Insurance Plan — Pumpkins and 

Squash. 
Made— March 5th, 1986. 
Approved — April 10th, 1986. 
Filed— April 15th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 287/85 

MADE UNDER THE 

CROP INSURANCE ACT 

(ONTARIO) 

1. Subclause 3 (^) (i) of the Schedule to 
Ontario Regulation 287/85 is amended 
by striking out "and" in the third line 
and inserting in lieu thereof "of vegeta- 
bles under the Farm Products Market- 
ing Act and the regulations made there- 
under, and". 

The Crop Insurance Commission 
OF Ontario: 

Morris Huff 
Chairman 

Anna Vinslovas 
Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this Sth day of March, 1986. 

(8561) 18 



HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

O. Reg. 210/86. 

Parking. 

Made — April 15th, 1986. 

Filed— April 16th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 477 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

1. Schedule 13 of Appendix A to Regula- 
tion 477 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 is amended by adding 
thereto the following paragraph: 

41. On the north side of that part of the King's 
Highway known as No. 17 in the Town of Bruce 
Mines in the Territorial District of Algoma beginning 
at a point situate 200 metres measured westerly from 
its intersection with the centre line of the roadway 
known as Taylor Street and extending westerly there- 
along for a distance of 40 metres. 

Edward Fulton 

Minister of Transportation 

and Communications 

Dated at Toronto, this 15th day of April, 1986. 

(8562) 18 



MUNICIPAL BOUNDARY 
NEGOTIATIONS ACT, 1981 

O. Reg. 211/86. 

Town of Shelburne, Township of 

Amaranth Boundary. 
Made— April 10th, 1986. 
Filed— April 17th, 1986. 



574 



ORDER IN COUNCIL 

R.O.C. 136/86 

Whereas The Corporation of the Town of Shel- 
burne and The Corporation of the Township of 
Amaranth have entered into an agreement dated the 
31st day of October, 1985 for the resolution of certain 
boundary issues; 

And Whereas public notice was given by the Clerk 
of the Executive Council under subsection 17 (1) of the 
Municipal Boundary Negotiations Act, 1981 of the 
intention to make an Order implementing the inter- 
municipal agreements; 

And Whereas no objections to the proposed 
issuance of the Order were filed with the Clerk of the 
Executive Council within the filing period; 

Now Therefore on the recommendation of the 
undersigned, the Lieutenant Governor, by and with 
the advice and concurrence of the Executive Council, 



0. Reg. 211/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



1865 



imlers under section 14 of the Municipal Boundary 
Negotiations Act, 1981 that, 

1. On the 1st day of July, 1986, the portion of the 
Township of Amaranth described in Schedule A 
Jiereinafter referred to as the "annexed area") is 
annexed to the Town of Shelburne. 

2. All real property of The Corporation of the 
Township of Amaranth situate in the annexed area 
vests in The Corporation of the Town of Shelburne on 
the 1st day of July, 1986. 

3. On the 1st day of July, 1986, the by-laws of the 
Town of Shelburne extend to the annexed area and the 
by-laws of the Township of Amaranth cease to apply 
to such area, except, 

(a) by-laws that were passed, 

(i) by the Township of Amaranth under 
section 34 or 41 of the Planning Act, 
1983 or a predecessor of these sec- 
tions, or 

(ii) by the Township of Amaranth that 
are kept in force by subsection 13 (3) 
of the Municipal Amendment Act, 
1941, 

which shall remain in force until repealed by 
the council of the Township of Shelburne; 

(fe) by-laws conferring rights, prix-ileges, 
franchises, immunities or exemptions that 
could not have been lawfully repealed by the 
council of the Township of Amaranth. 

4. The clerk of the Township of Amaranth shall 
forthwith prepare and furnish to the clerk of the Town 
of Shelburne a special collector's roll showing all 
arrears of taxes or special rates assessed against the 
lands in the annexed area up to and including the 30th 
day of June, 1986 and the persons assessed therefor. 

5 . — (1) All real property taxes levied under any gen- 
eral or special Act and uncollected in the annexed area 
which are due and unpaid on the 1st day of July, 1986 
shall be deemed on that date to be taxes due and pay- 
able to The Corporation of the Town of Shelburne, 
and may be collected by The Corporation of the Town 
of Shelburne. 

(2) On or before the 30th day of September, 1986, 
The Corporation of the Town of Shelburne shall pa>- to 
The Corporation of the Township of Amaranth an 
amount equal to the amount of all real property taxes 
that The Corporation of the Town of Shelburne is 
entitled to collect in the annexed area under subsection 
(1), that were due but unpaid on the 1st dav of Julv, 
1986. 

6. All business taxes levied and uncollected in the 
annexed area which are due and unpaid on the 30th 
day of June, 1986 shall continue after that date to be 



taxes due and payable to The Corporation of the 
Township of Amaranth and may be collected by The 
Corporation of the Township of Amaranth. 

7. — (1) The assessment of land in the annexed areas 
upon which the taxes after the 30th day of June, 1986 
shall be levied shall be determined by the assessment 
commissioner in accordance with the classes of real 
property and the factors prescribed for the Town of 
Shelburne by Ontario Regulation 4/86. 

(2) Where the assessment commissioner makes an 
assessment in accordance with subsection (1), the pro- 
visions of section 34 of the Assessment Act shall apply 
to such assessment. 

8. The agreement between The Corporation of the 
Town of Shelburne and The Corporation of the 
Township of Amaranth entered into on the 31st day of 
October, 1 985 is hereby given effect. O. Reg. 2 1 1/86. 



Recommended 



Concurred 



Bernard Gr-WDMaitre 

Minister of Municipal 

Affairs 

Elinor Caplan 
Chairman 



Approved and Ordered April 10, 1986. 



Lincoln M. Alexander 
Lieutenant Governor 



Schedule A 

AREAS TO BE ANNEXED TO 
THE TOWN OF SHELBURNE 

Those portions of the Township of Amaranth 
described as follows: 

(i) Beginning at the intersection of the easterly 
boundar>- of the southerly portion of the 
Town of Shelburne and the southerly limit of 
Lot 31 in Concession II of the Township of 
-•amaranth; 

Thence easterly along the said southerly limit 
to the northeasterh- limit of the right of way 
of the Canadian Pacific Railways; 

Thence northwesterly along the northeasterly 
limit of the said right of way to the said east- 
erly boundar>-; 

Thence southerly along the said easterly 
boundar\- to the place of beginning. 

(ii) Beginning at the intersection of the easterly 
boundar> of the southerly portion of the 
Town of Shelburne and the line between the 
north and south halves of Lot 3 1 in Conces- 
sion II of the Township of Amaranth; 



575 



1866 O. Reg. 211/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 213/86 



Thence easterly along the line between the 
north and south halves of the said Lot 3 1 to a 
point on the westerly limit of the road allow- 
ance between concessions I and II as wid- 
ened, the said point being distant 20.23 
metres measured westerly therealong from 
the westerly limit of the said road allowance; 

Thence northerly and parallel with the west- 
erly limit of the said road allowance 307.87 
metres to the northerly limit of the said Lot 
31; 

Thence westerly along the northerly limit of 
the said Lot 314.2 metres to an angle in the 
Town of Shelburne; 

Thence westerly along a southerly boundary 
of the said Town to the said easterly bound- 
ary; 

Thence southerly along the said easterly 
boundary to the place of beginning. O. Reg. 
211/86, Sched. A. 



(8574) 



LAND TITLES ACT 

O. Reg. 212/86. 
Forms, Records and Procedures. 
Made— April 17th, 1986. 
Filed— April 18th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 75/82 

MADE UNDER THE 

LAND TITLES ACT 

1. Subsection 52 (2) of Ontario Regula- 
tion 75/82, as remade by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 239/85, is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

(2) Notwithstanding subsection (1), the land registry 
offices for the land titles divisions of Durham (No. 40), 
Peel (No. 43), York Region (No. 65) and Metropolitan 
Toronto (No. 66) shall be kept open from 9.30 o'clock 
in the forenoon until 5.30 o'clock in the afternoon, 
local time, on, 

(a) the 30th day of April, 1986; 

(b) the 30th day of May, 1986; 

(c) the 27th and 30th days of June, 1986; 

(d) the 31st day of July, 1986; 

(e) the 29th day of August, 1986; and 



(/) the 30th day of September, 1986, 



and no instrument shall be received for registration in 
those offices on those days except within those hours. 

(3) Notwithstanding subsection (1), the land registry 
office for the land titles division of Ottawa (No. 4) shall 
be kept open from 9.30 o'clock in the forenoon until 
5.30 o'clock in the afternoon, local time, on the 2 7th 
day of June, 1986 and no instrument shall be received 
for registration in that office on that day except within 
those hours. O. Reg. 212/86, s. 1. 



(8592) 



18 



REGISTRY ACT 

O. Reg. 213/86. 
Forms and Records. 
Made— April 17th, 1986. 
Filed— April 18th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 896 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

REGISTRY ACT 

1. Subsection 4 (2) of Regulation 896 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, 
as remade by section 1 of Ontario Reg- 
ulation 240/85, is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

(2) Notwithstanding subsection (1), the land registry 
offices for the registry divisions of Durham (No. 40), 
Peel (No. 43) and York Region (No. 65) shall be kept 
open from 9.30 o'clock in the forenoon until 5.30 
o'clock in the afternoon, local time, on, 

(a) the 30th day of April, 1986; 

(b) the 30th day of May, 1986; 

(c) the 27th and 30th days of June, 1986; 

id) the 31st day of July, 1986; 

(e) the 29th day of August, 1986; and 

(/) the 30th day of September, 1986, 

and no instrument shall be received for registration ^ 
in those offices on those days except within those 
hours. O. Reg. 213/86, s. 1. 



(8593) 



18 



576 



O Reg. 214/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SECURITIES ACT but does not include, 



1867 



O. Reg. 214/86. 

General. 

Made— April 17th, 1986. 

Filed— April 18th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 910 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

SECURITIES ACT 

1. Regulation 910 of Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1980 is amended by adding 
thereto the following section: 



CONDITIONS OF REGISTRATION — LISTED AND 
POSTED SECURITIES 

1 13a . — (1) A registered dealer shall not purchase or 
sell a security that is listed and posted for trading on 
any stock exchange in Canada other than through the 
facilities of such a stock exchange if the security would 
be a COATS security except for the fact that it is so 
listed and posted. 

(2) In subsection (1), "COATS security" means a 
COATS security as defined in section 141a. O. Reg. 
214/86, s. 1. 

2. The said Regulation is further 
amended by adding thereto the fol- 
lowing Part: 



PART V-A 

OVER-THE-COUNTER TRADING 
GENERAL 

14 la. In this Part, 

'approved market-maker" means a registered dealer 
who is approved under this Regulation to act as a 
market-maker in a security; 

'COATS security" means, 

(a) a share of a company, 

(b) a right or warrant, but not an option, to 
purchase a share of a company, or 

(c) any combination of a share of a company and 
a right or warrant, but not an option, to 
purchase a share of a company, 



(d) a security that under subsection 34 (2) of the 
Act is exempt from registration, or 

(e ) a security that is listed and posted for trading 
on a stock exchange in Canada; 

"COAT System" means the system developed for 
trading in the over-the-counter market and known 
as the Canadian Over-the-Counter Automated 
Trading System. O. Reg. 214/86, s. 2, part. 

I4lb. The Commission, itself or through an agent, 
shall operate the COAT System and for such purpose 
it shall develop computer software and provide and 
operate computer facilities. O. Reg. 214/86, s. 2, 
part. 

TRADE REPORTING 

141c. — (1) Ever\- purchase or sale in Ontario of a 
COATS security made by a registered dealer, as prin- 
cipal or agent, shall be reported on the COAT System 
except a trade that is, 

(a) made through the facilities of a stock 
exchange or other organized market recog- 
nized by the Commission for the purpose of 
this Part; 

(b) a distribution by or on behalf of an issuer; or 

(c ) a trade made in reliance on an exemption set 
out in clause 71(1) (a), (c) or (d) of the Act. 

(2) Every purchase or sale in a COATS security that 
is required to be reported under subsection (1) shall be 
reported on the COAT System in accordance with the 
following provisions: 

1. The registered dealer, if any, through or by 
whom the sale is made shall report the trade. 

2. Where the sale is not made by or through a 
registered dealer, the registered dealer by or 
through whom the purchase is made shall 
report the trade. 

3. The report shall be made in accordance 
with the requirements of the COAT System. 
O. Reg. 214/86, s. 2, part. 

MARKET-MAKING 

141</. — (1) A registered dealer, other than a secu- 
rity issuer, mutual fund dealer or scholarship plan 
dealer, may apply to the Director for approval to act as 
a market-maker in a COATS security of a class that 
trades in Ontario. 

(2) An applicaiton for approval to act as a market- 
maker in a security shall be in Form 42 and shall be 
filed with the Director. O. Reg. 214/86, s. 2, paH. 



y 



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1868 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 214/86 



141^. — (1) A registered dealer shall not post quota- 
tions for a security on the COAT System, 

(a) unless the dealer has been approved by the 
Director to act as a market-maker in the 
security; 

(b) until the day and time set out in the Direc- 
tor's approval; and 

(c) unless the Director has determined that it 
is not contrary to the public interest for the 
security to be quoted on the COAT System. 

(2) Once an approved market-maker has posted a 
quotation on the COAT System with respect to a 
security, the market-maker, so long as it is an 
approved market-maker in the security, shall make 
continuous and uninterrupted quotations with respect 
to the security from 9.30 a.m. to 5.00 p.m. on any day 
that is not a Saturday or holiday and, where it does not 
make continuous and uninterrupted quotes, it shall be 
deemed to have ceased being an approved market- 
maker in the security. 

(3) An approved market-maker shall not quote an 
ask price for a security on the COAT System unless a 
bid price for the security is also quoted by the market- 
maker. O. Reg. 214/86, s. 2, part. 



141/. The Director may direct registered dealers to 
discontinue quoting or trading, or both, in a security 



in which a trade would be reportable on the COAT 
System in order to assist in the dissemination of infor- 
mation and to re-establish orderly trading. O. Reg. 

214/86, s. 2, part. 



141g. Every registered dealer shall pay the applic- 
able COAT System fees. O. Reg. 214/86, s. 2, part. 



I4lh. — (1) The forms, fees and other requirements 
of the Commission's agent in the operation of the 
COAT System, including the fees charged to commer- 
cial vendors of information for information reported 
thereon, are subject to the approval of the Commission 
and the forms, fees and other requirements, and any 
amendment to any of them, shall be published b\' the 
Commission in the month following the approval. 



(2) The Commission may inspect all books, docu- 
ments, correspondence and other records of any 
description maintained in relation to the COAT Sys- 
tem by a registered dealer and by the Commission's 
agent. O. Reg. 214/86, s. 2, part. 



3. Section 143 of the said Regulation is 
revoked. 



4. The said Regulation is further 
amended by adding thereto the fol- 
lowing Form: 



Form 42 

Securities Act 

APPLICATION FOR APPROVAL TO BE A MARKET-MAKER 
IN A COATS SECURITY 

Note: If any space is insufficient for your answers, a separate statement, cross-referenced to the appropriate 
item, may be attached to the Form. 

ITEM 1— APPLICANT IDENTIFICATION 

1 . 1 Name of Applicant 

1 . 2 Head Office Business Address 

1.3 Telephone No Postal Code 



ITEM 2— INFORMATION ABOUT THE SECURITIES IN RESPECT OF WHICH THE APPLICANT 
APPLIES TO BE A MARKET-MAKER 

2 . 1 Name of issuer 

2 . 2 Type or class of securities 



2.3 Is the issuer a reporting issuer? 



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(Circle appropriate answer) Yes Xo 

ITEM 3— INFOR>L\TIOX TO BE SUPPLIED WHERE ISSUER IS XOT A REPORTING ISSUER 

3. 1 Issuer's head office business address 

3.2 Law and jurisdiction under which issuer was incorporated, organized or continued 



5.3 Date of incorporation, organization or continuation 

3.4 Stock exchanges or other organized markets (if any) upon which securities to which this application 
relates are listed and posted for trading 



3.5 List all classes of securities of the issuer 



3.6 In respect of each class of securities to which this appUcation relates, set out the number of securities 
that is authorized and the number issued and outstanding 



3.7 Jurisdictions (if any), other than Ontario, in which the issuer is required to file information the same as 
or similar to the information that is required to be filed by a reporting issuer under Parts X\TI and 
XVra of the Act 



3.8 Are any of the securities of the issuer the subject of any outstanding order of any jurisdiction limiting or 
prohibiting trading in the security? 

(Circle ï^ipropriate answer) Yes No 

3.9 H the answer to question 3.8 is yes, give details of all such orders 

ITEM 4— RELATIONSfflP BETWEEN APPUCANT AND ISSUER 

4. 1 Does the applicant or any officer or director of the appUcant beneficially own 5 per cent or more of any 
class of securities of the issuer? 

(Circle appropriate answer) Yes No 

4.2 Is any officer or director of the applicant an officer or director of the issuer? 
(Circle appropriate answer) Yes No 

4.3 Has the applicant ever acted as underwriter in a distribution of any securities of the issuer? 
(Circle appropriate answer) Yes Xo 

4.4 Has the appUcant ever been a promoter of the issuer? 

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(Circle appropriate answer) Yes No 
4.5 If the answer to any of questions 4.1 to 4.4 is yes, set out briefly the details of why the question was 
answered in the affirmative 

ITEM 5— CERTIFICATE OF THE APPLICANT 

5.1 I certify that the information contained in the application is true and complete to the best of my 
knowledge and belief. 



Dated at 
By 



, this day of , .... 

(Signature of person authorized to sign on behalf of applicant) 



(Official Capacity) 



(8594) 



(Name of Person Signing) 



O. Reg. 214/86, s. 4. 
18 



HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

O. Reg. 215/86. 

General. 

Made— April 17th, 1986. 

Filed— April 18th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 452 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

1. Subsection 59 (Ij) of Regulation 452 
of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1980, as remade by subsection 1 (2) of 
Ontario Regulation 33/86, is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

(Ij) 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, 1986 
and before the 1st day of April, 1986 is the lesser of. 



(a) the amount actually billed by the physician; 
or 



(b) the amount set out opposite the service in 
Schedule IS as it existed on the 17th day of 
April, 1986 or 48.3 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. 

ilk) 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 April, 1986 is 
the lesser of, 

(a) the amount actually billed by the physician; 



(b) the amount set out opposite the service in 
Schedule 15 or 48.3 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. 215/86, 
s. 1. 



I 



2. Subsection 67 (2k) of the said Regula- 
tion, as made by section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 121/86, is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: ■ 

(2k) 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, 1986 



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[and before the 1st day of April, 1986 is the amount set 

It opposite the service in Schedule 15 as it existed on 

17th day of April, 1986 or 48.3 cents multiplied by 

indi\-idual applicable unit value for such ser\-ice set 

It opposite the service in Schedule 16, as the case 

mav be. 



(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 April, 1986 is 
the amount set out opposite the service in Schedule 15 
or 48.3 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. 215/86, 
s. 2. 



3. Schedule 15 to the said Regulation, as remade by section 3 of Ontario Regulation 33/86, 
is revoked and the following substituted therefor: 



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Schedule 15 
Schedule of Benefits 



PRE/*eLE 

A, General 

1, The rates listed in this Schedule of Benefits are the maximun payrents which can be made by the Ontario 
Health Insurance Plan. 

2, Insured medical services are limited to the services which are medically necessary, which are listed in 
this Schedule of Benefits and which are not specifically excluded by legislation or regulation. (See Appendix for 
list of specific exclusions). 

3, Additions, deletions or other modifications of the Schedule of Benefits require reccnmendation by the 
Ontario Health Insurance Plan. Such recormendations are made in consultation with the Ontario htedical Association. 

4, This Schedule is a pilslic docunent and frank discussion with patients regarding trie listed rates is 
necannended . 

5, Claims for services which are not listed in the Schedule or which are listed as NJV.B. (not a benefit) or 
which are excluded as benefits by legislation or regulation should not be siimitted to the Plan. Such services 
nay be charged directly to patients or others requesting them. 

6, The principles governing proper professional charges are incorporated in the Regulations (Nbdicine) of the 
Health Disciplines Act. 

7, Each physician v/w participates in the care of a patient is entitled to condensation ccmmensurate with the 
services he/she renders. 

8, Whenever possible, the physician should acquaint the patient or person financially responsible with their 
obligations to those concerned with their care. This is particularly important where supportive or concurrent care 
is rendered or when a consultation and/ or procedure are being arranged. 

9, Each physician participating in the care of a patient should render to the patient, or to the financially 
responsible party, an itemized statement of charges for professional services. 

ICEach physician participating in the care of a patient should, on request, send a receipt to the patient for 
all paynents made by him/her. 

ll.If fees are collected by an organized group, the name of the physician rendering the service should 
be clearly shown on the bill or claim card. 

12j;iaims may be sUxnitted for services which a patient receives frcm the team of staff physician, resident, 
intern and clerk in a teaching unit, provided that the conditions as set out hereunder apply. 

On October 10, 1972, the Minister of Health confinned that the joint reccnmendations of the College and the 
0J1J\. governing the charging of fees for services provided by interns and residents in clinical teaching inits are 
acceptable to the Ministry of Health. In his letter the Minister made it very clear that he is looking to the 
College and the Medical Schools to ensure that the ethical rules governing these billing procedures are followed 
meticulously in all cases. 

It has been carefully explained that the responsible staff physician must be present in the clinical teaching 
unit at the time the services are rendered and must be identified to the patient at the earliest possible mcment. 
No fees are to be charged for sen/ices given by the intern or resident prior to this identification taking place. 
The following rules are now in effect:- 

When patient care is rendered in a clinical teaching unit or other setting for clinical teaching by a health 
care tean, the physician responsible shall be personally identified to the patient. The physician's relationship 
to the team shall be defined by the clinical teaching unit Director and his/her role must be kncwi to the patient 
and other mertiers of the team. He/she shall assune full responsibility for the appropriateness and the quality of 
the services rendered. 

Specific regulations imst vary vrith the service and form of care being delivered:- 

(a) In order to claim for physical procedures being carried out by an intern or resident, the responsible 
staff physician must be in the clinical teaching unit and inmediately available to intervene. 

(b) In psychotherapy where the presence of the staff physician would distort the psychotherapy milieu, it is 
appropriate for the staff physician to claim for psychotherapy v^ien a record of the interview is 
carefully reviewed with the resident and the procedure thus supervised. However, the time charged by the 
staff physician may not exceed the total time spent by him/her in both such interview and in direct 
supervision. 

(c) In other departments or services, the staff physician should only claim for visits on the days when 
actual supervision of that patient's care takes place through the presence of that staff man in the 
clinical teaching unit on that day. This, of course, involves a physical visit to the patient and/or a 
chart review with detailed discussion with the other menter(s) of the health team. 

(d) In those situations where on a regular basis a staff member might supervise concurrently multiple 
procedures or services through the use of other maibers of the team, the total claims made by the staff 
physician shall not exceed the amount that the staff physician might make in the absence of the other 
menters of the tean. 

Any claim rendered should be in the name of the responsible staff physician, 

13.Charges for missed appointnents are not benefits of CHIP, 



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PRE/»«LE 

B. Terras and Definitions: 

Call or Visit: is the sen/ice by a physician to a patient for assesanertt and/or treatment. 
1. Consultations: 

(a) Consultation refers to the situation where a physician, in light of his professional knowledge of the 
patient, requests the opinion of another physician conpetent to give advice in this field, because of 
the caiplexity, obscirity or seriousness of the case or because another opinion is requested by the 
patient or an authoriaed person acting on his/her behalf. The consultant is obliged to perform a general 
or specific assessnent, review the laboratory or other data and siimit his/her findings, opinions and 
recannendations in vriting to the referring pt^ician. 

(b) If a consultant is requested by a physician on duty in the emergency department to see a patient in 
consultation, the former may charge a consultation fee for this service. If the consultant is requested 
to perform this same service by a resident or intern, the former nay charge a general or specific 
assessnent according to his specialty. 

(c) Consultations required by hospital by-law and/or statute are not insired service except where contrary 
indications are noted in this Schedule. 

(d) for laboratory and procedural benefits connected with consultations, see listings of Diagnostic and 
Therapeutic Procedures and Laboratory htedicine. 

(e) A consultation is not to be claimed as such when: 
(i) The patient presents him/herself to a consultant's office without prior knowledge of the primary 
physician. 

The sending of a report to the primary physician i«Jer these circunstances does not justify a 
consultation, 
(ii) The primary physician is not aslced for professional advice but is simply asked by the patient for 
the nane a specialist in a particular field and the patient seeks out the specialist him/herself, 

(f) A repeat consultation requires all of the criteria of a full consultation and inplies interval care by 
the primary physician. The situation in it\ich the consultant requests the patient to return for a later 
exanination is not a repeat consultation, 

(g) A IWted consultation ray involve all the caiponents of a full consultation but is less demanding, and 
in terms of time, normally requires substantially less of the physician's time than the full 
consultation, 

(h) A diagnostic radiology consultation applies when radiographs made else>*iere are referred to a radiologist 
for his/her written opinion or ^hen a radiologist is required to rake a special visit at Ni^ (5:00 pjn. 
to 7:00 ajn,) or Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays to consult on the advisability of perfomring a 
diagnostic radiological procedure trftich eventually is not done, A consultation does not apply >*ien the 
radiographs referred to above are used for caiparison pirposes with radiographs made in the consultant's 
facilities, 

(i) A diagnostic laboratory nedicine consultation applies vrfien tissue, slides, and/or specimens are referred 
to a second pathologist not in the same institution for a written opinion. It includes secretarial or 
other assistance but does not apply when the above are used for conparison with tissue, slides, raterials 
or tests done in the consultant's facilities. When a diagnostic laboratory medicine consultation fee is 
claimed, sirgical pathology fees ray not also be claimed. 

(j) A laboratory medicine consultation or repiat consultation applies >*ien a laboratory medicine physician is 
requested to exanine a patient and provide a written opinion, 

(k) A diagnostic nuclear medicine consultation applies v*«i nuclear medicine studies are referred to a 
nuclear medicine specialist for a written opinion, or i«#ien the nxlear medicine physician is required to 
make a special visit at Night (5:00 pjn, to 7:00 ajn,) or Satirdays, Sindays and Holidays to consult on 
the advisability of perfonmng a nuclear medicine procédure »#iich eventually is not done, A consultation 
does not apply nrfien procedures done elseWiere are used for coiparison ptrposes with nuclear medicine 
stuJies made in the consultant's facilities, 

(1) A nuclear medicine consultation or repeat consultation applies when a nuclear medicine specialist is 
requested to examine a patient and provide a written opinion, all of v*iich takes a greater anxrt of tirne 
and effort than a nuclear medicine study would nonnally require. It ray be dor>e in cor\jirction with a 
nuclear medicine study but if so, the lesser professional fee (P-) rather than the greater fee (P^) 
should be claimed in addition to the technical fee (T), 

(m) Some nuclear medicine specialists have other specialist qualifications »*iich allow then to claim another 
consultation (e.g. internal medicine). A nuclear medicine consultation or repeat consultation ray be 
claimed in lieu of another consultation (e^g, internal medicine) but »ould not be caitined with such a 
consultation by the same consultant. 

(n) A prenatal consultation by a paediatrician applies when a physician considers a foetus of greater than 20 
weeks gestation to be at risk or in jeopardy by reason of continuation of pregnancy in the presence of 
ratemal and/or foetal distress, and requests the opinion of a paediatrician conpetent to give advice in 
this field. The paediatrician shall perfonn a general or specific assesanent, review laboratory and 
other data and sJmit his/her findings and recaimendations in vriting to the referring physician. Such a 
consultation does not preclude the paediatrician fran a post-natal consultation on the infant, 

(o) A special sirgical consultation ray apply when a surgeon provides all the coiponents of a regular 
consultation but is required to spend at least fifty minutes with the patient (exclusive of any tests) in 
consultation because of the very ccnplex, obscure or serious nature of the problem. The surgeon should 
claim $92,55 for special consultations on an IjC, basis (A935). See para 32 section B. 



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(p) An emergency physician consultation applies v<hen a patient is referred by another physician (other than 
an E.R. physician) vino has seen and exanined the patient and requested the opinion of an emergency roan 
physician because of the complexity, obscurity or seriousness of the case. The consultant shall perform 
the necessary assessnent, review the laboratory, x-ray or other data and sitmit his findings, opinions 
and recoTtnendations in writing to the referring physician, A copy of the EJR. chart does not constitute 
a consultation report. This consultation is not chargeable for the routine transfer of care to the EJ^. 
nor for the provision of treatment for a previously diagnosed condition. It does not apply to patients 
v*\o present themselves to the E.R. or are brought by people acting on their behalf. It is anticipated 
that these consultations will replace sane of the consultations that would otherwise be provided by 
consultants in other branches of medicine. If the consultation leads to achrission to hospital, no 
separate fee is chargeable for the adnission assesanent by the same physician. The consultation fee for 
a specialist in emergency medicine (FJ^XJ'.) is $51,20 (H055); for all others, $32,70 (H065). 

Note: CHIP benefits for consultations nonrelly are limited to one consultation per year, per patient, by 
any one physician. However, if the same patient is referred to the sane consultant a second time within 
the year with a clearly defined unrelated diagnosis, one additional consultation may be claimed per year, 

2. General Assesgnent: shall canprise a full history, an enquiry into, and an exanination of all parts or systems 
(and may include a detailed examination of one or more parts or systems), an appropriate record, and advice to 
the patient,* 

OHIP benefits for general asses3nents nonnally are limited to one per year per patient by any one 
physician. However, if the sane patient presents again within the year to the same physician with a clearly 
defined new diagnosis, one additional general assessnent may be claimed per year. In the case of a patient 
v^o proceeds normally to hospital, the achiitting physician may claim one additional general assessnent per 
year provided 90 days have elapsed since the last general assessnent rendered (anywhere) to that patient by 
the admitting physician. If the patient doesn't qualify for a general assessment by the actnitting physician, 
he may claim a general re-assessment, 

3. General Re-Asses9nent: shall coiprise the sane services as a general assessnent except that the history need 
not include all the detail already obtained in the original general assessment,* 

CHIP benefits for general re-assessnents , except for hospital adnission re-assessnents, are limited to 
two per year, per patient, by any one physician, 

4. Specific Assessnent: shall canprise a full history of the presenting caiplaint, enquiry concerning, and 
detailed examination of the affected part, region or system, as needed to make a diagnosis, and/or exclude 
disease and/or assess finction, an appropriate record, and advice to the patient.* (This may vary anong 
sections.) 

Physicians qualified in tvo specialties (EENT for example) may only claim for one visit, e.g,: a 
consultation (if referred) or a specific assessnent (if non- referred ) , if both systens are examined during the 
same visit. However, two consultations or two specific assessnents, etc. may be claimed if both systans are 
examined, each on a separate visit. 

OHIP benefits for specific assessnents normally are limited to one per year, per patient, by any one 
physician. However, if the sane patient presents again within the year to the sane physician with a clearly 
defined new diagnosis, one additional specific assessnent may be claimed per year. 

5. Specific Re-Assessnent: shall canprise a full relevant history and a comprehensive physical exanination of one 
or more systems but not requiring an evaluation of the patient as a whole.* This service is the achrission 
assessment v«hen the patient has been seen prior to achrission in the sane illness. It is included in the 
surgical fee except for those procedures martced I.OJ'. 

6. Partial Assessnent: shall canprise a histof7 of t** presenting canplaint, the necessary physical exanination, 
an appropriate record and advice to the patient. It also applies to sibsequent visits for assessing the 
response to treatment and/or advice prwided in a previous service. 

7. Intenmediate Assessnent: is a primar7 care service for physicians providing general practice or paediatric 
services and is a more extensive assessnent than a minor assessnent. It shall caiprise a history of the 
presenting caiplaint(s), enquiry concerning and exanination of the affected part(s), region(s), or systan(s) 
or mental or emotional disorder as needed to tialce a diagfXKis, exclude disease arid/or assess fmction, an 
appropriate record, and advice to the patient.* 

8. Miltiple Systans Assessnent: shall canprise a detailed history and exanination of more than one systan, part 
or region, an appropriate record and advice to the patient, 

9. Minor Assessnent: is a visit <ii\id\ involves a direct doctor-patient interaction at which either or both of the 
fo11(*ring are provided and an appropriate record made of the visit: 

(a) a brief assessnent which includes the necessary history and exanination of the affected part or region or 
mental or anotional disorder; 

(b) brief advice or infomation regarding health maintenance, diagnosis, treatment and/or progiosis, 

10. Mini Assessnent: applies when a physician «amines and/or treats a patient for a ccnpletely unrelated problem 
in addition to the exanination/treatment of a WX,B, related problan (for v^ich the WX,B, will only pay a 
minor assessnent) during the sane office visit. The fee for the mini assessnent is $6,60 (A006), 

*fbr laboratory and other investigation performed in conjunction with a consultation or visit, see Diagnostic and 
Therapeutic Procedures and Laboratory ffedicine, 

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11. Rfr-flssessments (by physician on duty in the Emergency Depardnent) : one re-asses3nent may be charged v#wi, at 
least two hors after the original assesanent is corpleted (including appropriate investigation and necessary 
treatment), a sitosequent assesanent indicates that further provision of care and/or investigation is required 
and perfomied. Re-assessnents are not to be claimed for discharge assesanents nor when the patient is 
admitted by the physician on duty in the Bnergency Department, nor viien this assessnent leads directly to 
referral for consultation, 

12. Well Baby Care: the periodic visits of a well baby diring the first tvo >ears of life involving complete 
examination urith necessary weight and measurements and instructions to the Farent(s) regarding health care. 

13. Annual Itealth or Annual Physical Examinations (Including Prinary and Secondary School Exairinations) : shall 
comprise all the elements of a general assesanent as it pertains to an individual after the second birthday 
**» presents and reveals no apparent physical or mental illness. 

OHIP benefits for any one physician are limited to one Amual Health Examination per patient per year after 
the second birthdate. To qualify, an Annual Health Examination nonrally nust be requested by the patient 
rather than a third party. Regulation 452 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1960 irder the Health Insurance 
Act, examinations for the purpose of "legal requiranents or proceedings" are excluded fron coverage. However, 
it is recognized that an annual Health Examination wll satisfy sane or all of the requiraients for 
«aminations required by statute but exclided by the above mentiond Regulation. In such instances and where a 
prior claim for an Amual Health Examination has not been siiwitted to the Plan in the previous twelve months 
for that patient, it would be appropriate to submit a claim to OHIP for this service. The OHIP benefit in 
these cases covers the Amual Health Exairination only and not any charges peculiar to the legal requireients, 
such as charges for the caipletion of foms. 

14. Long Term Institutional Care: inclines the listings for consultations, assessnents and other visits to 
patients in chronic care hospitals, convalescent hospitals, nursing homes and other institutions in which such 
patients are covered by extended care legislation. 
Adiiission Assessments to Long Tem Care Institutions: 

Type 1 - appl ies when the adiritting physician has not perfonned a consultation, general assessnent or general 
re-assessment prior to admission and utei he/she carries out a general assessnent (on atltiission) and provides 
a report for the medical record. 

Type 2 - appl ies when the adnitting physician has perfonned and claimed for a consultation, general assessnent 
or general re-assesanent prior to adnission, makes an initial visit and records an adnission note describing 
the condition of the patient following adnission. 

Type 3 - applies when the adnitting physician reacïnits a patient after a 7 day stay in another institution; 
the achritting physician shall carry out a general re-assessnent and provide a report for the medical record. 

Note: When a physician already is in the institution and is asked to assess one of his/her o»*i in-patients on a 
non-emergent or an anergent basis, the sii)sequent visit listings apply. However, if he/she is asked to assess 
another physician's patient on an emergency basis, the General Listings should be used. 

15. Sii>sequent Visits to Long Tenn Care Instituticns: include the supervisory care as well as the active treatment 
of acute intercurrent illness vrfien the physician is already in the long tenn care institution. The 
supervisory care cornnnent includes discussion *flth the patient and/or family and/or examination of the 
patient and also includes as required, discussion with the nirse, chart revia* and annotation of the chart. 
When acute intercurrent illness requires a special visit, the appropriate fees under General Listings and 
Praniuns apply. For acute interorrent illnesses requiring visits after the monthly maximuns have been 
claimed, «tra visits should be made on an IjC. basis (W121 - $12.20). 

16. Pre-dental General Assesaent: is the history and exanination of a patient required prior to dental surgery 
mder anaesthesia in hospital. A diagnosis is not required by OHIP for this service. 

17. Newborn Care: is the routine care of a well baby up to ten days of age and should include a caiplete physical 
examination of the baby and necessary instructions to the mother. The service shall involve at least two 
visits and nomally may not be claimed for the same patient by more than one physician. 

V*ien a well baby is transferred to another hospital (because of the mother's state of health, for 
«ample) claims for neufcom care by a physician at each hospital may be appropriate. 

18. LoM Birth Weight Baby Care: is the care of a baby weighing less that 2.6 kilograms at birth. 

19. Psychotherapy: is any form of treatment for mental illness, behavioural mal adaptations, and/or other problans 
that are assuned to be of an anotioral nature, in vliich a physician deliberately establishes a professional 
relationship v<ith a patient for the ptrposes of ranoving, modifying, or retarding existing s>nptans, or 
attenuating or reversing disturbed patterns of behavioir, and of pronoting positive personality growth and 
developnent. Accordingly, therefore, a psychotherapeutic procedtre may be claimed if a half hoir or major 
part thereof has been spent by a phj^ician in such treatment of the patient. The mininun time period. for 
psj«:hotherapy (to be charged as su:h) is tventy minutes. In order to claim for a n^or portion of a second or 
subsequent time interval of psychotherapy for the sane patient during the sane visit, the preceding time 
interval nust be a full 30 minutes of psychotherapy. Vhen ps^hotherapy extends be>ond thirty minutes, the 
nsgor part (16 minutes) of the next half hour must be spent with the patient to quali^ for an adjitional half 
hotr fee. Similarly, after one hoir of psychotherapy, the major part (16 minutes) of the next half hour, nust 
be spent to qualify for an additional half hoir, and so on. 

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20. Counselling: as distinct from psychotherapy, is that fomi of activity in which the physician engages in an 
educational dialogue wth the patient(s), on an individual or group basis wherein the goal of the physician 
and patient(s) is to beccne aware of the patients' problanns or situation and of modalities for prevention 
and/or treatment. Counselling is not to be claimed for the advice that is a normal part of any consultation 
or assessnent, for ongoing treatment or as a sitstitute for patient asses3iient fees. Counselling must be 
rendered personally, by the attending physician. 

21. Genetic CotJiselling: includes interviewing the appropriate fanily members, the collection and assesanent of 
adequate clinical and genetic data to make a diagnosis, construct a pedigree and assess the risks to persons 
seeking advice. It includes imparting this information and the various alternatives to the appropriate family 
members for dealing vrith the problem in such a way that they can make infonned decisions about the genetic 
problem. 

22. Docunentation: when a physician exaiïiines or treats a patient, an appropriate record of such service should be 
made, (See Appendix B), 

23. Visit for Procedure: v^ien the sole reason for an office visit is the performance of a certain procedure, the 
listed benefit for the procedure will apply, (See Diagnostic and Therapeutic Procedures Preartole for 
exceptions). When procedures are carried out in the office, emergency or outpatient department on an elective 
basis, special visit fees should not be claimed in addition to the procedural fee. When procedure(s) are 
carried out by a physician's emplo>ee(s) under the direct supervision of the physician in his office, the 
usual claims may be made for procedure(s) which are generally and historically accepted as those which may be 
carried out by the ntrse or other medical assistant in the enploy of the physician, "Procedures" in this 
context do not include such services as assesgnents, consultations, psychotherapy, counselling, etc. Direct 
supervision requires that during the procedure the physician be physically present in the office or clinic at 
which the service is rendered,** While this does not preclude the physician from being otherwise occupied he 
must be in personal attendance to ensure that procedures are being perfonned competently and he must at all 
times be available imnediately to approve, modify or otherwise intervene in a procedure as required in the 
best interests of the patient. 

For physiotherapy procedures performed under direct physician's supervision as detailed above, see Code 
G467 listed in Diagnostic & Therpeutic Procedures - Physical Medicine, 

**Scme procedures may not require the physical presence of a physician for adequate supervision. Exceptions 
to this requirement of direct supervision may be made upon reccmnendation of the Ontario Nfedical Association 
and the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario, 

24. Health Exanrination: this may vary in extent according to the purpose for which required (e,g, pre-employment, 
insurance, free from infection, etc.). This is not a benefit of OHIP and the fee should be according to the 
type of assessnent necessary for this purpose and billed to the patient or party requesting the service, 

25. Age: (unless otherwise specified) 
Newborn - up to 10 days of age. 
Infant - up to 2 years. 
Child - up to and including 15 years. 
Adolescent - up to and including 17 years. 
Adult - 18 years or over. 

26. htost Responsible Physician: is the attending physician v^ is primarily responsible for the day to day care of 
the patient in hospital. In cases of unusual severity where the consultant assures the role of the most 
responsible physician, the consultant may claim on a per visit basis and the fafnily physician may claim 
supportive care, there the family physician remains the most responsible physician and requests only a 
consultation, the family physician may claim on a per visit basis and the consultant ray claim a consultation 
only. 

27. Transferral and Referral : 

(a) A referral takes place when one physician requests for his/her patient the services of another. The 
services of the latter ray consist of: 
(i) an opinion (ije. a consultation), 
(ii) diagnostic tests or procedures (e,ig. skin test, biopsy, etc.). 

Note: In such cases the referring physician continues to treat the case him/herself. 
(iii)treat3nent (surgical pr medical). 
The referring physician's OHIP registration nuiter must be included on the claim sifcmission, 

(b) A transferral , as distinguished frcm a referral , takes place where the responsibility for the care of the 
patient is coipletely transferred permanently or tarporarily, from one physician to another (e,g, where 
the first physician is leaving taiçorarily on holidays and irable to continue to treat the case). 
Physicians who are substituting for other physicians should consider that patients of the latter have 
been temporarily transferred (not referred) to their care. The physician to whom the patient is 
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involves a benefit containing several conponents such as surgery, the physicians rnay consider the 
surgical benefit a team benefit and decide among thanselves how each is to be compensated; traditionally 
physicians in these ci rcunstances have reciprocated by exchanges of coverage for each other. V*ien 
physicians routinely or frequently sii)stitute for each other in providing hospital visits to registered 
bed patients in active treatment hospitals, e.g. weekend coverage or daily roinds by various meiters of a 
grotp, the most responsible physician may claim for all the visits. 

28. Concurrent Care: applies vrfien the family physician rerains the most responsible physician but because of the 
seriousness or complexity o the condition, requests continued directive care by a consultant. The family 
physician may claim on a per visit basis and the consultant ray also claim on a per visit basis not to exceed 
four such claims during the first week of concurrent cane and not to exceed two such claims each week 
thereafter **ile the patient's condition refiains serious - this arranganent being agreeable to both 
physicians, 

29. Multidisciplinary Care: applies viwi the ccnplexity of the medical condition requires the services of several 
physicians in different disciplines. In such cases, each physician should render a separate accotrt on a per 
visit basis. This does not refer to a situation where a single benefit for a team of physicians is listed in 
this Schedule. 

30. S»4^)ortive Care: is the care rendered in hospital by the referring physician, who is not actively treating the 
case (e^g. writing orders) , to a patient irder the care of another physician, at the desire of the patient or 
family, for pirposes of liaison or reassurance. The physician may claim for this care on a per visit basis 
not to exceed four such claims diring the first week of supportive care (determined by the date of the first 
s»4)portive care visit) and not to exceed tw such claims each week thereafter. If medical complications 
develop or are present in the post-operative period irfiich require active management by the referring 
physician, hospital medical care fees should be applied not supportive post-operative fees. 

31. Terminal Care (In Hospital): applies to one designated physician responsible for the care of a tenninally ill 
patient suffering fran ralignant disease. Tenninal care will be deaned to start when there is no aggressive 
treatnent of the i«lerlying disease process and care is directed to raintaining the comfort of the patient 
irtil death occurs, Tenninal care should be claimed retroactively after death on the basis of visits actually 
rendered for a period not to exceed four weeks prior to death. Terminal care visit fees as described above do 
not apply **ien unexpected death occurs after prolonged hospitalization for another diagnosis unrelated to the 
cause of death. Visits to patients in hospital may be claimed at $133) (C882) by general and family 
practitioners and at J15JQ0 (C9e2) by specialists. For patients receiving tenninal care in chronic hospitals, 
the above fees should be claimed with codes W682 and W9e2 respectively, 

32. Independent Corsideration - "IX,": Independent consideration may be given «iiere a set fee is not listed in 
the Fee Schedule. Claims rendered mder this heading should contain an explanation of the fee claimed. It is 
helpful to the ^fedical Consultant if claiiB for I.C. inclixle an operative or consultation report and a 
conarison of the scope and difficulty of the procedure with other proc8d»res in the Schedule, 

33. Specialist: A specialist shall be defined (for purposes of application in the case of any given service within 
this Schedule) as one y*« holds a certificate from The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada in 
the specialty rfiich norrolly is considered to encanpass the service in question, 

A specialist rendering services outside of his specialty should use the codes and tariffs listed in the 
General Practice section of the Schedule. 

34. Differential Benefits: 

(a) Procediral fees apply to any physician rendering the services regardless of specialty, 

(b) Specialists providing primary care in a general prartice setting shall claim the appropriate visit fees 
(as defined in the Preantle) listed i«ler the heading Fairily Practice and Prartice in General. Certain 
other non specialist services such as counselling and interviews are uider the same heading for the use 
of ary physician providing such services. 

(c) Specialists in paediatrics who practice allergy may claim specialist fees for their allers^ services 
regardless of the age of their patients. 

36, Referring Physician's Services: 

(a) For the services rendered prior to the operation, the referring physician should claim on a 
fee-for^service basis, for example: 

(i) Visits as rendered, 

(ii) In addition to (i) atiove, in acute cases if detained, the physician nay claim detention fees if 
appropriate. See para, 45 p,xv, 

(b) (i) For services rendered as an assistant diring the operation, the referring physician should claim an 

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(ii) In cases in which the referring physician is required to be present in the interest of the patient 
but does not actually assist at the surgical procedure, he/she should claim on a hospital visit 
basis for this service, 
(c) For the services rendered after the operation, the referring physician may claim on the basis of 

supportive care fees as outlined in the schedule, 

36, Assistants' Services: 

(a) The assistants' fees are determined by adding the listed basic units and time units and multiplying the 
total number of units by $8.47, For all cases ccmiencing after 5:00 pjn. and before midnight or on 
Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays, increase the total assistant's fee by 40% (E4006). For all cases 
comnencing after midnight and before 7:00 ajn, any night of the week, increase the total assistant's fee 
by 5œ (E401B). 

(b) When a physician is required to make a special visit to the hospital to assist at surgery, he/she may 
charge a special visit premiun of $28,50 (C998B) for a case comnencing after 5:00 pjn. and before 
midnight or on Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays or $42*80 (C999B) for a case commencing after midnight and 
before 7:00 ajn, any night of the week. These premiums are in addition to the E400 and E401 premiuns but 
apply only to the first patient treated on each special visit, 

(c) The time units are computed by allovfing one unit {$8j47) for each 15 minutes or part thereof of time (up 
to two hours) spent by the assistant. When assisting for more than two hours per case, time units for 
periods in excess of two hours are computed by allowing two units for each 15 minutes or part thereof. 
Time for purposes of these calcolations includes scnb time and time spent in the operating room. If 
claims are being made in coded 'onn (see explanatory ccrments at front of Fee Schedule), the suffix 8 
should be added to the fee code for the procedure. The basic units should be listed separately from the 
time inits on the claim card, 

(d) When nultiple or bilateral surgical procedures are done during the same anaesthetic, the assistant's 
benefit shall be based on the basic irits for the major procedure plus time. When bilateral procedures 
or surgical revisions are carried out at separate times with separate anaesthetics, the assistant shall 
be entitled to receive a full assistant's benefit for each procedure. 

(e) In surgical procedures requiring more than one assistant, the second assistant shall compute his/her fee 
on the same basis as the first assistant. Each claim for second assistant should be accompanied by a 
statanent from the operating surgeon confirming the necessity for his/her services, 

(f) When a surgeon requires an assistant at a procedure for which no assistant's fee is listed, the assistant 
may calculate his/her fee by taking the nuitser of basic units used by the anaesthetist, adding his/her 
time irits and multiplying the total nuitjer of irits by $8,47, 

(g) When assistants at surgery claim for procedures for v^iich no assistants' fees have actually been listed 
in the schedule, the assistants should support their claims with a statement of explanation from the 
surgeon, confirming the medical necessity for their attendance. 

Note: Code M400B to be used by OHIP for services perfoniHd by an assistant where no assistant units are 
listed. All such services must be assessed for appropriateness by the OHIP Medical Consultant, 

(h) Where the attendance of a physician is requested by the patient's other medical attendants for the sole 
purpose of monitoring or special supportive care, and when the physician is in constant attendance, the 
fee shall be 3 inits plus time (E0038), 

(i) When an anaesthetic has begin and the operation is cancelled prior to connencement of surgery, the 
assistant who has scrubbed but is not required to do more, should claim 3 basic inits plus time inits 
(E006B), If the operation is cancelled after surgery has comnenced, the procedural basic units plus time 
units will apply. If the procedure is cancelled prior to the induction of anaesthesia and the assistant 
is scabbed, a sitosequent hospital visit only may be claimed, 

37, Anaesthetists' Services: 

(a) The tariff is for all types of anaesthesia. The fee is for professional services, including 
pre-anaesthetic evaluation and post-anaesthetic follow-up and all imnediate supportive measures, and does 
not include the cost of materials used, 

(b) If an anaesthetist is requested by another physician to see a patient in consultation (see para, 1(a)) 
because of the complexity, obscurity or seriousness of the case prior to the actninistration of an 
anaesthetic, he may claim a consultation fee as well as the anaesthetic fee. If this consultation is 
provided less than 36 hours prior to the achiinistration of an anaesthetic, this consultation should be 
claimed at $56,70 under fee ccxie E015, The routine pre-anaesthetic evaluation of the patient required by 
the Pifclic Hospitals Act does not qualify as a consultation, regardless of where and when this evaluation 
is performed. Anaesthetic consultations do not apply when hospital, departnental by-laws, statutes or 
policies require autanatic consultations on any patient requiring anaesthesia, 

(c) If an anaesthetist examines a patient prior to surgery and the surgery is cancelled prior to the 
induction of anaesthesia, he or she may claim a hospital visit fee for this service. When an anaesthetic 
has begun and the operation is cancelled due to a caiplication prior to the ccrmencement of surgery, the 
anaesthetist should claim 4 basic units plus time (E006C), If the operation is cancelled after surgery 
has ccmiEnced, the procedural basic fee plus time units will apply, 

*For laboratory and other investigation performed in coryunction with a consultation or visit, see 
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(d) The anaesthetist's fees are determined by adding the basic and time irits together and injltiplying the 
sun by $9^. For cases ccmnencing after 5:00 pjn. and before midnight or on Satunaays, Sundays and 
Holidays, increase the total anaesthetic fee by 401 (E400C). For cases camencing after midnight and 
before 7:00 ajn., any night of the week, increase the total anaesthetic fee by 501 (E401C). 

(e) I4ien an anaesthetist is required to make a special visit to the hospital to admnister an anaesthetic, he 
niay claim a special visit praniun of $28^ (C39eC) for a case commencing after 5:00 pjn, and before 
midnight or on Saturdays, Stndays and Holidays or $42ja0 (C999C) for a case coimencing after midnight and 
before 7:00 ajn. any night of the week. These premiuns are in addition to the E400 and E401 praniuns but 
only apply to the first patient treated on each special visit. 

(f) When an anaesthetist achrinisters an anaesthetic to a patient irder the age of one (E009) or over the age 
of seventy (E007), add one irit to the total fee. l*ien an anaesthetist adninisters an anaesthetic to a 
patient of any age with an incapaciting systanic disease that is a constant threat to life or to a 
moribund patient **» is not expected to survive for 24 hours vflth or trithout the operation, add one mit 
to the total fee (E006). 

(g) Basic irits are listed for most procedures and include the value of all anaesthetic services except the 
actual time spent achrinistering the anaesthesia, any modifying factors, or inisual detention with the 
patient (see paragraph n). 

(h) Except during maintenance of continuous conduction anaesthesia time units are caiçuted by allowing one 
unit for each 15 minutes or part thereof of anaesthesia time (up to two hours); folloiiring the first tvo 
ho«rs of anaesthesia, time units for periods in excess of two hours shall be computed on the basis of tvo 
units for each 15 minutes or part thereof; time i#iits for periods in excess of eight hours shall be 
computed on the basis of three units for each 15 minutes or part thereof. Anaesthesia time begins when 
the anaesthetist is first in attendance »rith the patient for the purposes of creating the anaesthetic 
state and ends when he is no longer in personal attendance (»*ien the patient may be safely placed under 
custanary post-operative supervision). 

(i) If claims are being nade in coded form (see explanatory coments at front of Fee Schedule), the suffix C 
should be added to the fee code for the procedure. 

(j) In special cases when the anaesthetic services of more than one anaesthetist are deaned necessary in the 
interest of the patient, the second anaesthetist shall charge 4 basic inits (EOOl) plus time irits for 
the time spent assisting the first anaesthetist. 

(k) *en rnjltiple or bilateral surgical proceires are done during the sane anaesthetic, the anaesthetic 
benefit shall be based upon the basic mits for the meyor procedure plus time. 4ien bilateral procedi/^es 
or surgical revisions are carried out at separate times with separate anaesthetics, the anaesthetist 
shall be entitled to receive a full anaesthetic fee for each procedure. 

(1) In procedures where no value is listed, or with IX., the basic portion of the calculated value will be 
the same as listed for a comparable procedure considering the region and modifying conditions or 
techniques. 

(m) rfien a puip with or without an oxygenator and with or without hypothennia is enployed in corvjunction with 
an anaesthetic, the anaesthetic "Basic Uhits" will be 28 inits; this replaces the listed basic mits for 
the procedire. 

(n) Controlled hypotention may be billed for (10 units) when it is carried out in association with 
anaesthesia using any technique to deliberately lower and maintain the mean blood pressure by at least 
25%. Incidental hypotension fron the use of any araesthetic agent does not constitute controlled 
hypotension. The additional 10 irits may be claimed irder E004C. 

(o) When unusual detention with the patient before or after anaesthesia is essential for the safety and 
welfare of such patient, the necessary time will be valued on the sane basis as indicated for the 
anaesthetic time. 

(p) For detention not associated with anaesthesia detention rates and criteria (see paragraph B.45). 

(q) Uhen the attendance of the anaesthetist is requested by the patient's other medical attendants for the 
purpose of monitoring or special sipportive care, and when the anaesthetist is in constant attendance, 
the benefit shall be 3 i/iits plus time. The code is E003C, 

(r) Introduction of a catheter for continuous conduction analgesia and anaesthesia in obsetrics has a basic 
value of 6 inits. ffeintenance and/or supervision may be claimed at one i/iit for each half hour of 
maintenance to a maximun of 5 units. No fee is chargeable for the first har following introduction of 
the catheter and first dose. Time inits for delivery may be claimed at one mit per quarter hour. 

(s) When a physician adirinisters an anaesthetic and/cr other medication prior to, or during a procedure(s) 
or inmediately after a procedure irfiich he/she perfoms on the same patient, he/she should claim for the 
procedire<s) only. However, v^ien a physician adirinisters a pudendal, femoral , intercostal, sciatic, 
ilioinguinal, iliohypogastric, ulnar, median, or radial blxk in addition to perfomring a procedure, he 
nay claim $12.60 (G224) in addition to the procedire. 

(t) When hypothemria is used by the anaesthetist in procedures not specifically identified as requiring 
hypothemia, the basic value is 25 units. This basic value replaces the basic value listed in the 
Schedule for the procedure, ktai the basic value claimed is 25 mits, the anaesthetic service may be 
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(u) When a patient is known to have malignant hyperthermia or there is a strong suspicion of susceptibility, 
and the anaesthetic requires full malignant hyperthemiia set up and management, add 5 units to the 
anaesthetic claim (E012). This add-on does not apply to Z245 on page 75. 

(v) Anaesthetic managarient for the emergency relief of acute upper airway (above the carina) obstaction 
(excluding choanal atresia) - basic 10 units (E013). 

(w) When one anaesthetist starts a procedure and is replaced by another part way thrxxigh a surgical procedure 
or delivery, the first anaesthetist should charge the appropriate basic fee plus time units and the 
second anaesthetist should charge for time units only. The second anaesthetist should use code ECX)5C for 
such time units except in the case of continuous conduction anaesthesia; for which P015 (plus ElOOC) 
applies (see para. 37{r)). E002C, E003C, E004C, E005C qualify for the premiuns E400C or E401C only if 
the case originally started within the time stated tnder para. 37(d) above. 

Each anaesthetist should state on his/her claim carxj which part of the anaesthetic is being claimed 
and the time begun and coipleted. 

(x) General anaesthesia for the purposes of this Fee Schedule, includes all forms of anaesthesia except local 
infiltration. 

(y) Maintenance/Supervision of epidural catheter for relief of pain (G247) see pj53. For visits rendered 
after 5 pjn. and before midnight or on SaturrJays, Sundays and Holidays add 30% (E402). For visits after 
midnight but before 7 ajn. add 50% (E403). 

38. General Listings: include the basic listings for consultations, assssments and other visits v^rever they are 
render^, except for non-emergency services to hospital or long-tenn care institution in-patients and for care 
rendered by a physician on duty in the anergency department. These latter services are listed separately in 
the Schedule. 

39. Non-Emergency Hospital in-Patient Services: include the fee listings for consultations and other visits 
refxtered to registered bed patients on a nor>-anergency basis. 

(a) When a patient has not been seen previously by the physician in char^, the first visit after adnission 
may be claimed as a consultation or general or specific assesgnent. When the patient has been prwiously 
attended before adnission, the first visit after adnission may be claimed as a general re-asses9Tient or 
specific re-assessment (depending on the specialty) if the patient has been seen before in the same 
illness. However when a patient is admtted to hospital by one physician and is sitosequently transferred 
to another physician, only one general or specific assesgnent or re-asses3nent may be claimed per patient 
atinission, 

(b) Subsequent routine visits should be claimed as siissequent visits (minor assessnents) . Paynents for 
hospital visits are usually limited to one per patient per day prior to the weekly and monthly 
limitations that apply after the patient has been hospitalized for 5 weeks, (6 weeks for paediatricians). 
However, it is not the intent of the Fee Schedule that visit fees be claimed for every day a patient is 
in hospital unless a physician actually visits the patient each day. For acute illnesses or exacerbation 
of original illness requiring hospital visits after 5 weeks of hospitalization, claims for extra visits 
should be made on an independent consideration basis (C121). 

(c) When a patient in hospital is referred by one physician to another, the second physician should not be 
limited by the "Subsequent Hospital Visit" formula for the nunber of hospital visits already rendered by 
the first physician. In other words, the second physician is entitled to claim for his visits up to 6 
weeks just as if the patient was being attended to in hospital for the first time. If the patient is 
transferred to the care of another physician, the "SUssequent Hospital Visit" fomiula would apply just as 
it would if only one physician was involved in the care. 

(d) When a physician is alr^eady in the hospital and is asked to assess one of his/her own irvpatients on a 
non emergency or anergency basis, the sifcsequent hospital visit listings apply. However if he/she is 
asked to assess another physician's patient on an emergency basis, the General Listings apply. 

40. Emergency QepartmerTt - Physician on Duty Services: include the fee listings for minor and multiple systans 
assessments and re-assessments during regular and prairiun hours rendered by the physician on duty. /Viy 
physician on duty in the anergency department should claim these fees regardless of his/her specialty. 

The listings irder the heading "Bnergency Department - Physician on Duty" are meant to apply to those 
circuTBtances wherein either emergency or other physicians have elected or are required to be physically and 
continously present in the Emergency Department or environs for an arranged desi^ated period of time. In 
addition to applying to full or part time emergency room physicians who work pre-arranged shifts, these 
listings also apply to the services rendered by physicians who provide on-call anergency rocm coverage for 
designated periods of time and limit the services they provide, in the ccnronity served by the hospital, 
predominantly to anergency room coverage. l*ien special visits are rendered by such physicians, A and K codes 
ray be charged for the first patient seen: 

(a) for up to a maximun of two special visits after 8:00 ajn. and up to 5:00 pjn.; 

(b) for up to a maxinun of three special visits after 5:00 pjn. and up to michight; 

(c) for the nunber of special visits rendered after midnight and up to 8:00 ajn.. 

When an on call physician prartising in the area elects to be continuously present in the Bnergency 
Department or environs for an arranged designated period of time because the volune of patients requires it, 
e.g. during a busy holiday period, the fees irder Emergency Department - Physician on (Xity (HlOl, H103, H104, 
etc.) should be charged after the patients responsible for the initial special visit have been examined and/or 
treated (and charged for under the A and K codes). 

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llien an anergency p*ysician is required to make a special visit to the Bnergency Department prior to or 
after his/her regular arr^iged designated period of time on duty, he/she nay charge the appropriate fee irder 
the General Listings plus the applicable special visit premiun for the first patient assessed; all subsequent 
patients assessed diring this visit to the hospital should be billed uider the Bnergency Oepartment - 
Physician on Duty listings, 

\4vn a physician is on duty in the Bnergency Department, sees a patient and adnits the patient to 
hospital , this physician nay claim a minor or multiple systems assessment depending on the service initially 
provided. Either the patient's attending physician or the anergency department pJiysician (but not both) nay 
render and claim the hospital atlnission assessnent. If the anergency department physidan (instead of the 
attending physician) provides the actnission general assessnent, h^she nay claim a general re-asses3nent 
(C004) as *ell as the initial assessnent provided both services are actially rendered separately. 

SPECIAL VISIT TO OOBJCi OR OJ>J). 

Consultation: 

1. Consultation, patient not adiritted: 

The benefit for the consultation (or repeat consultation) plus the appropriate special visit sircharge 
(K99-) may be clained. 

2. Consultation, patient adnitted: 

(a) The benefit for the consultation (or repeat consultation) plus the appropriate special visit 
sircharge (K99-) followd by hospital visits (if rendered) may be clairaBd. Howwer, if the 
consultant also is the "nost responsible physician", he nay not also claim a hospital in-patient 
consultation, repeat consultation, general or specific assessnent, general or specific re-assessnent 
since the initial consultation rendered in the anergency department serves as the adnission 
assessnent. 

(b) If the consultant is not also the nost responsible physician, the latter my claim the appropriate 
adnission assessaent. 

Assessnent: 

1, Assessnent, patient not attnitted - 

The benefit for the assessnent (or re-assessnent) plus the appropriate special visit sircharge (K99-) may 
be claimed. 

2, General/specific assessnent plus patient atlnission - 

The benefit for the general or specific assessnent plus the appropriate special visit surharge (K99-) 
fbllowd by hospital visits may be claimed. Hcnever, the aclnitting physician may not also claim a 
hospital in-patient general /sped fie assessnent or reassessnent since the initial general /sped fie 
assessnent rendered in the anergency department serves as the adnission. 

3, Kinor/intertnediate assessnent plus patient adnission - 

The benefit for the minor or intenneoiate assessnent plus the appropriate special visit sircharge (KW-) 
nay be claimed. In addition, the admitting physician nay claim for a hospital in-patient general or 
specific reassessnent if rendered. 

ProtHkre: 

Except for procedures for which the listed benefits spedfically incluJe the associated consultation or 
other assessnent, claims nay be nade for both the procedure and the assessnent. 

Note: 

If a physician has an office in the hospital and is called to assess a patient in the Bnergency 
Department or OJ'J)., the special visit praniuis do not apply. 

41. Eaergency Departinent Equivalent: 

An Bnergency Department Equivalent is an office or other place (other than a hospital anergency department) in 
Wiich a physician renders services as part of an anergen cy service being made available to the camuiity. 

"Bnergency Department Equivalent" includes a place used by a physician to render services exclusively to the 
office practice patients of one or more physicians outside the office hours of those physicians if the place 
is open for patients to attend. 

A place is an Bnergency Department Equivalent only dwnng the period of time that the anergency service is 
being made available. 

A place may be an Bnergency Department Equivalent notwithstanding that the physidans rendering services 
therein are- not continuously present and only attend on call. 

A physician may add a praniun of 30X (£030) to the appropriate General Listings for services provided in an 
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1) the services were rendered on a Saturday, Sunday or holiday ("holiday" is defined in paragraph 
B.43(c) below); 

2) the services were rendered on the day they were first requested; and, 

3) the services were rendered for the purpose of dealing with an ennergency. 

42. Long-Term Institutional Care: See paragraph B.14, 

Prairiiiiis: 

43. Special Visit Fees Applicable in Addition to Fees for Services Listed Under Consultations and Visits, Critical 
Care and Irvjections or Infusions (pages 1-18, 54, 58), 

(a) A special visit is one initiated by a patient or his representative where the physician is required to 
travel from one location to another to see the patient. 

Subject to paragraphs (b) to (r), the appropriate special visit fee applies v«hen a physician makes a 
special visit to his office even if the office is in the physician's hone, or to the patient's hone or 
other location (hotel, TOtel , roadside, ski slope, etc.), or to the Emergency Department, 0.PJ3.,- 
hospital or long-term care institution from a location outside any premises of, or operated by or on 
behalf of, the hospital or institution. 

(b) A special visit may also involve an emergency call with sacrifice of office hours. The benefits for this 
type of special visit apply in a situation where the denands of the patient and/or the physician's 
interpretation of the patient's condition is such that the physician responds imnediately and makes a special 
visit at the sacrifice of regular office hours. 

(c) A special visit at night or on a Saturday, Sunday or holiday may be claimed when noo-elective or emergent 
calls are made by the physician between 5:00 pjn. and 7:00 ajn, or are received and made on Saturdays, Smdays 
and Holidays. Holidays are defined for tne purpose of this Schedule as New Year's Clay, Good Friday, Easter 
Monday, Victoria Day, Canada Day, Civic Holiday, Labour Day, Thanksgiving, Remenbrance Day, Christras Day and 
Boxing Day. If any of these holidays fall on a Saturday or Sunday, the Friday before or Nbnday following will 
be recognized as the holiday. 

(d) Only one special visit (daytime; emergency call with sacrifice of office hours; or nights, Saturdays, 
Sundays and Holidays) may be claimed for the same patient, same visit. Special visits only apply to 
non-elective or emergent calls and do not apply to norvreferred or transferred obstetrics. Special visits do 
not apply to visits on regular rot/ids to registered bed patients nor do they apply to admission assessments of 
patients who have been achiitted to hospital on an elective basis, regardless of the time performed. 

(e) An elective hone visit is a visit to a patient's heme deemed medically necessary by the physician, 
initiated by the physician or the patient and carried out at any time convenient to the physician. Physicians 
providing such services should charge in addition to the appropriate fee under the heading General Listings, 
the premiuns under paragraph 43(j) only, even if the elective visits are rendered at Night, on Saturdays, 
Strdays and Holidays. 

If an institution has arranged to have quarters in the save or in a proximal building in order that 
a physician will be available to make visits to the institution, particularly at night, these are not 
considered to be "special visits" to the institution. 

If a physician is called to pronoince a patient dead, a minor assessment may be claimed along with 
the appropriate surcharge for the special visit. 

(f) When additional patients are assessed during special visits, the "additional patient" praniuns are not 
normally applicable unless the additional patient himself qualifies for a special visit. However, extra 
patients seen during a home visit while the physician is there rendering a special visit to another patient 
also qualify for the "additional patient" preniuiK if an assessment is rendered. The maximun niirtier of 
special visit premiuns per special visit (to any location) is ten. Patients v^ drop in to the office v^ile 
the physician is there for reasons other than rendering a special visit do not qualify for any of the special 
visit premiuns. Extra in-patients seen during a special visit to a hospital or other institution do not 
qualify for the "additional patient" premiuTB uiless the physician has been asked specifi3lly to see these 
extra patients as wel 1 . 

(g) No special visit fee is chargeable in respect of services rendered in a place, other than a hospital, 
long term care facility that is open for patients to attend. 

ft) special visit fee is chargeable for services rendered at any time in an Bnergency Department Equivalent 

(see paragraph B.41 above), whether or not the services qualified for the Bnergency Department Equivalent 

premiun. 

(h) When no consultation or visits may be claimed e.g. for post-op hospital visits by operating surgeon, the 

minimun premiins for special visits apply for additional patients seen during a special visit. Minimun 

premiuns also apply to additional patients seen requiring Critical Care (excluding services to a critically 

ill patient where team fees apply). Injections or Infusions. 

(i) K992, C992, K993, C993 are also applicable to assistant and/or anaesthetist at non-elective surgery. 

(j) Daytime Special Visits (Maiday to Friday) to Bnergency Department or OJ>JÙ.: for other locations see 

below: 

K990 First patient seen .add $14.25 

For each additional patient requiring a special visit and seen during same 

K991 special visit, add 30% to consultation or visit - minimun ^idd $8J5 



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PREAKLE 

(k) Bnergency Call with Sacrifice of Office hcxrs: 

K992 First patient seen .add S28^ 

For eacti additional patient nequiring a special visit and seen diring sane 

IC993 special visit, add 30X to consultation or visit fee - mininun ...... .....^dd S12.20 

(1) Evenings (5:00 pjn. to midnight) and Saturdays, Suidays, Holidays: 

K994 Fi rst patient seen .add $28.50 

For each additional patient nequinng a special visit and seen during same 

<995 special visit, add 301 to consultation or visit - mininuTi ................add $12.20 

(m) Nights (midnight to 7:00 ajn.): 

K996 First patient seen .add 542.30 

For each additional patient requiring a special visit and seen during sane 

K997 special visit, add 5(R to consultation or visit - nrininun ...add $18.70 

(n) Special Visit to the Patient's Hone or Equivalent: use the appropriate listing above (i, j, k, ] jn) but 

soostitute the prefix "B" for "K" (e.g. B990 instead of K990). 
(o) Special Visit to Hospital In-Patient: use the appropriate listing above (i , j, k, 1, m) but siijstitute 

the prefix "C" for "K" {e.g. C990 instead of K990). 
(p) Special Visit to Long-Temi Care Institution: use the appropriate listing above (i, j, k, 1 , ni) but 

sibstitute the prefix V for "K" (e.g. W990 instead of K990). 
(q) Special Visit to Office or Other Similar Facility: use the appropriate listing above (i , j, k, 1 , m) but 

sU)stitute the prefix "A" for "K" (e.g. A990 instead of IO90). 
(r) Special Visit to Any non-professional setting not listed above: use the appropriate listing above (i, j, 

k, 1 , tn) out substitute the prefix "Q" for "K" (e.g. Q990 instead of K990). 

44. Special Care l>iit (e.g. IXOJ. or CXJJ.): 

For each patient seen on visit to !XJJ. or CXJJ. (excluding supportive care, critical, ventilatory, 
canprehensive and neonatal intensive care clawed on a per diem basis) 

ClOl, add to all such hospital visits $6.90 

Note: k*iere visit is not chargeable, e.g. post operative care by surgeon, claim only ClOl (excluding 
Supportive Care, Critical , Comprehensive, Ventilatory Care and >teonatal Intensive Care) 

45. Détention: may be charged when a physician is required to spena considerable extra time in active treatment of 
the patient (and to the exclusion of all other work). Claims for detention nust be substantiated by an 
explanation on the claim card or in an accanpanying letter, and should be made on an "IX." basis according to 
the following guidelines: 

After 20 minutes if the physician spends more than this anourt of time providing a minor, partial or 

intennediate assesanent or silKequent hospital visit; 

After 40 minutes if the physician spends more than this aimrt of time providing a specific or 

general re-assesanent or multiple systans asses3nent; 

After 1 hour if the physician spends more than this anoirt of time providing a consultation, repeat 

consultation, specific or general assessnent, multi systare assesanent. 
Detention is not meant to apply to procedural itans or obstetrics and does not include time waiting for 
x-rays, lab reports or for the operating room. 
KOOl - Per qiarter hoir or part thereof $17 JO 

46. Detention: k*iile in Attendance With Patient(s) in Artjulance: 

KlOl - Per qtarter hour or part thereof $34J0 

Note: KlOl is not applicable to attendance in a vehicle other than an Aitoulance. 

47. Non Elective Surgical Procedures, Obstetrics or Clinical Procedures Associated with Diagnostic Radiological 
Examination or Detention *ile in Attendance With Patient(s) in Artxjlance: - when such procedures including 
fractures or dislocations or major invasive procedures contained in the list of Diagnostic and Therapeutic 
Procedures or elective procedures viliich because of intervening emergency procedure(s) connence after 5:00 pjn. 
and before midnight or on Saturdays, Suidays and HDlidays, increase the procedural fee(s) by 301 (E409). Hien 
the foregoing procedures comnence after midnight and before 7:00 àja. any night diring the week, increase the 
procediral fee(s) by 501 (E410). 

These praniuns are not chargeable in addition to the obstetrical fee(s) if laboir is induced by medical and/or 
surgical means by the sane physician uiless the reason for the induction is fetal distress, diabetes, 
pranature r^jture of maitorane, severe pre-eclanpsia - hypertension or abruption; However a foraeter ^JiJ^, 
or oxytocin augmentation of labour carried out on a patient in desultory labour does not constitute induction. 
fbjor Invasive Procedures are considered to be the following: 

G211 G266 G275 G288 G294 G323 G330 G349 G412 R843 R853 
GZ46 G267 G277 G290 G295 G324 G231 G380 G418 R849 R854 
G254G268G2a0G291G302G327G332G398R833R86OZaO4 
G264 G269 G285 G292 G303 G328 G347 G399 R840 R851 ZS05 
G265 G270 G287 G293 G304 G329 G348 G411 R841 R852 

These praniuns are not chargeable (during or after a "shift") by anergency or other physicians who have 
elected or are required to be physically and continuously present in the Bnergency Départaient or environs for 
an arranged designated period of time. 

E409 or E410 may not be claimed for procedures »*iich mainly involve the interpretation of test results and are 
not applicable to assessments or consultations. Neither are they applicable to procedures listed in the 
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48. Non Elective Diagnostic Radiology, Laboratory Medicine, Nuclear Medicine or Diagnostic Ultrasoirid 
Examinations: - wheri a physician providing the foregoing services makes a special visit to see a patient 1n 
consultation, perform a procedure or conclude that a procedure is not medically indicated, between 5:00 pjn, 
to midnight or on Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays, a $28.50 praniun (C109) should be claimed in addition to 
the appropriate consultation fee or procedural fee or by itself if the decision is made not to perform the 
procedure. For such services rendered between midnight and 7:00 ajn., the pnemiiin is $42.80 (CllO), 

49. Anaesthetists' Services: - for all cases ccmnencing after 5:00 pjn, and before midnight or on Saturdays, 
Sundays and Holidays, increase the total anaesthetic fee by 40% (E400C). For all cases comrencing after 
midnight and bfore 7:00 ajn,, any night during the week, increase the total anaesthetic fee by 50% {E401C). 
For cases requiring a special visit to the hospital, an additional premiun of $28.50 (C996C) during the 40% 
premiun period and $42,80 (C999C) during the 50% pfBniun period may be charged to the first patient treated on 
each special visit. 

50. Assistants' Services: - for all cases codinencing after 5:00 pjn, and before midnight or on Saturdays, Sundays 
and Holidays, increase the total assistant's fee by 40% (E400e). For all cases comnencing after midnight and 
before 7:00 ajn., any night during the week, increase the total assistant's fee by 50% (E401B). For cases 
requiring a special visit to the hospital, an additional premiun of $28.50 (C9988) during the 4œ pramiiin 
period and $42.80 (C9996) during the SOI premiun period may be charged to the first patient treated on each 
special visit. 

51. Travelling Time: may be charged directly to patients {since it is a non-insured service) when special visits 
are made by physicians to see patients outside their normal area of practice. Travelling time may be charged 
at the same rate as detention. 

52. A Locun Tenens 

(a) Must replace the employing physician, who must be absent fr^m the practice. 

(b) Must replace the employing physician for a continuous period up to a maximun of 12 weeks, vflth an 
extension on request for a fur-ther 6 weeks, 

(c) Must be the same specialty as the anploying physician, 

(d) Must be licensed by the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario in a category of licence that 
allows him or her to practice independently without supervision. 

Prior notification must be given OHIP of the name and OHIP physician nurtier and/or licence nunber of the 
locum tenens and the exact dates of anploynent, together with an authorization from the locun tenens to make 
paynent for his or her services to the employer. 

If these conditions are met, the locun tenens may sign the employing physician's claim cards. 
If any of the above conditions are not met, the physician involved must siimit claims to OHIP on his o r 
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;*PQCixc 

BSCFITS OUTSIDE OWT/IRIO 

l>ider Code R991 payient vrill be made at the usual and custanary fee paid by ins»rers in the place »<here the service 
was rendered, provided that all of the folloiiring conditions are -net: 

1) the insured service is a strgical or other canplex medical procedure (excluding consultations and 
asses snents); 

2) the procedure is generally accepted nflthin Ontario as medical treatment for the insured person's 
condition; 

3) the procedure is not perfonred in Ontario; 

4) the insured person is referred by a physician in Oitario to the physician outside Oitario who trill 
perform the procedire; 

5) the insired person departs fran Oitario for the express purpose of hawing the procedure perfoniBd; 

6) prior written approval has been obtained fro» the Plan. 



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APPOOIX D 

1. Surgery to alleviate significant physical syiptoms that are refractory to rnedical treatment that has been 
actively undertaken for at least a six month period, or to restore or improve function to any area altered by 
disease, trauna or congenital defomiity nomally is a benefit under the Ontario Health Insurance Plan. Surgery 
solely to alter or restore appearance is not a benefit of OHIP except under the circunstances as listed in the 
following policy. 

2. Emotional , psychological or psychiatric gnxnds are not considered sufficient reason for OHIP coverage of 
surgery for alteration of appearance except under exceptional circunstances. 

3. On request of the attending physician, exceptions may be made on an independent consideration basis if the 
proposed surgery is to alter a significant defect in appearance caused by disease, trauTH or congenital defomiity, 
and if the surgery is 

recoimended by a Mental Health Facility (as designated by The Mental Hospitals Act) or equivalent, 

or 

perfonned on a patient who is less than 18 years of age and the defect is in the area of the body 

which nomally and usually would not be clothed, or 

reccmiiended by a Correctional Institution (tattoo ranoval only), or 

essential in order to obtain aiploynent as docunented by the attending physician and either by a 

Canada ftenpower Employnent Centre or by an employer vrith regard to a specific job, (tattoo ranoval 

only). 

4. In establishing this policy, it has been recognized that 

peer acceptance in our society often is influenced disproportionately by the faciès, 
children are especially susceptible to anotional trauna caused by physical appearances. 

5. Surgery to revise or ranove features of physical appearance which are familial in nature is not a benefit of 
OHIP. 

6. Within the context of this policy, the word "disease" does not include the nonnal sequelae of aging. Surgery 
to alter changes in appearances caused by aging is not a benefit of OHIP. 

7. Within the context of this policy, the word "trauna" includes trauna due to treaùnent such as surgery, 
radiation, etc. 

8. The phrase "reasonable period of convalescence" should be considered as two years. Independent consideration 
vflll be given to the questionable cases. 

9. Authorization from OHIP is not required for all surgery to alter appearance. It is required only for those 
categories of procedures for which sane cases may not be a benefit iixler OHIP policy. 

10. Suitable docunentation may be requested by OHIP in some cases before authorization can be considered. 

11. The treatment of acute medical or surgical conplications resulting from surgery for alteration of appearance 
and/or function is a benefit of the Plan whether or not the original surgery was covered by OHIP. No 
authorization is required. 

12. Revision of surgef7 for alteration of appearance, because of undesirable results, is a benefit of the Plan if 
the original surgery was a benefit and if the revision either is part of a pre-planned staged process or 
occurs within a reasonable period of convalescence. OHIP authorization is required only if the original 
surgical procedure, if it had been carried out at the time of the proposed revision, would have required such 
authorization. 

Surface Pathology 

1. Trauna Scars 

(a) Neck or Face 

Includes ears and noo-hair bearing areas of the scalp. 

Repair of all such scars is a benefit of OHIP, except for scars resulting from previous surgery to 

alter appearance that was not originally a benefit of OHIP. 

Repair procedures will depend upon the lesion but may include excision, revision, demebrasion, etc, 

Rhytidectcmy procedures for coanetic reasons, however, are not a benefit of OHIP. 

OHIP authorization for repair of such scars is not required but manual assesanent of the claims will 

be necessary to ensure that the most appropriate procedure codes are used. 

(b) Scars in other Anatanical Areas 

Repair of scars which interfere with function or v^ich are significantly synptcmatic (pain, 

ulceration, etc.) is a benefit of OHIP. 

Scars with no significant syrptans or functional interference 

(i) Repair is a benefit if such a repair is part of a pre-planned post-traunatic (including 

post-surgical) staged process. OHIP notification must be included as part of the planning 

process, 
(ii) Other post-traunatic scar revision is not a benefit of OHIP. 

OHIP authorization is required for all scar repair procedures in areas other than the face or neck. 
Scar revision codes should be used {R026-R029). 

2. Keloids 
(a) Head or Neck 

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Repair prxcedures nay include excision, iruection, derrobrasion or planing. 
No OWP authori2atiûn is required, 
(b) Excision of keloids in other areas 

Not a benefit of QHIP unless significantly sjnptoiatic {pain, ulceration, etc.) or there is 

firctional impaiment. 

QHIP authorization is required. 

3. Tattoos 

(a) Face or Neck 

Excision or destruction of all such tattoos is a benefit of OHIP. 

Authorization is not required aut adjudication of repair procedures will be identical to that for 

scars in these areas. 

(b) Other Anatomical Areas 

Excision or destruction of concentration caip or P.O.W. tattoos is a benefit of OHIP. Othervmse, 
not a benefit of OHIP except as described in Para D-3 (Page xx). 

4. Benign lesions such as naevi, keratoses, spider naevi, papillanata, neurofibroiata 

(a) Face or Neck 

Excision or destrirtion of these lesions is a benefit of OHIP. 
Authorization is not required. 

(b) Other Anatomical Areas 

Nonnally not a benefit of OHIP if ranoved for alteration of appearance only, rather than for medical 

necessity or because of clinical suspicion or evidence of malignancy. 

Removal of very large lesions that v«ould be considered disfigiring in patients of any age may be a 

benefit of QHIP. 

Authoriation is required. 

5. ftair Loss 

(a) Head or Neck 

(i) Patients less than 18 years of age 

Repair is a benefit for non-hereditary etiologies. 

Authorization is net required. However, if it is possible that a planned staged pnxedire will 
extend beyond the age limit, pre-authorization should be obtained, since it will be necessary 
after the 18th birthday, 
(ii) Post-traunatic 

Repair to the area of traunatic hair loss is a benefit of OHIP only if carried out within a 
reasonable period of cowalescence. (See Para. 7, page xxiv). 
OHIP authorization is required. 

Usual repair procedires may include skin shifts of flaps, skin grafts, or hair plugs, 
(iii) Other Etiology 

Not a benefit of CHIP. 

(b) Other Anatanical Areas 

Not a benefit of OHIP. 

6. Epilation of *ir 

(a) Face 

This procedure is a benefit of OHIP only for those patients with docunented endocrine abnonnality or 
<*Tjg-induced hirsutism. 

(b) CHIP authorization is required. 

(c) Other Anatoirical Areas - Not a benefit of OHIP. 

7. Reduidant Skin 

(a) Excision of redmdant skin for elimination of wrinkles, etc. is not a benefit of OHIP. 

(b) Blepharoplasty is not a benefit of OHIP jiless there is dxunented evidence of medical necessity fron the 
appropriate physician such as visual field defect caused by the redundant eyelid skin. OHIP 
authorization is required. (Include docunentation of visual fields). 

Sii>-sirface Pathology 

1. Congenital deformities 

(a) Head or Neck 

Repair is a benefit of OHIP except for: 

surgery to revise or remove features which are fairilial in natire or do not interfere with fuiction 
surgery to correct "outstanding ears" in patients **» are eighteen years of age or wer. 
- . OHIP authorization is required. 

(b) Other Anatoirical Areas 

Nonrally not a benefit of OHIP if surgery is for alteration of appearance only. 

2. Post-Traunatic Oefonirities 

Reconstructive procedires are a benefit at the acute stage; within t*o years, or if part of a 

pre-planned staged process of repair. 

Repair of procedires may include bone revision, tissue shifts and grafts, prosthesis implantation, 

etc. 

OHIP authorization is required for repairs beyond the acute stage. 



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/iPPEfCIXD 

3. Defonnities resulting frcm local disease (such as loss or distortion of bone, muscle, connective tissue, 
adipose tissue, etc.) 

(a) Head or Neck 

Reconstructive procedure for significant abnormalities are a benefit at the acute stage; during a 

chronic disease process; virithin a reasonable period of convalescence (see Para. 7, Page xxiv) or if 

part of a planned staged process of repair initiated during one of these periods. 

Repair procedures nomally could include tissue grafts, flaps or shifts, bone revision, prosthesis 

insertion, etc. 

Face lifts, nxxlified face lifts, brow lifts, etc., are not a benefit of the Plan if skin only is 

involved in the procedure. Hbwever, a repair such as ptosis repair or face lift with underlying 

slings is a benefit of OHIP if the procedure is to correct significant deformity following stroke, 

cancer, Vllth nerve palsy, etc. 

OHIP authorization is required for repair of defonnities resulting fran local disease. 

(b) Other Anatcmical Areas 

Not a benefit of OHIP if the correction is for appearance only. 

Correction of severe deformity resulting frcm polio or neurological disease will be considered for 

paynent - OHIP authorization is required. 

4. Breast Surgery 

(a) Augnentation Nfemcplasty 

This procedure is a benefit of OHIP unilaterally or bilaterally for a faiale patient with breast 

aplasia. 

It may be an OHIP benefit t/iilaterally for a fanale patient with a severely hypoplastic breast. 

Additional docunentation may be required. 

Unilateral augnentation maimoplasty may be a benefit of the Plan if there is gross disproportion 

present or in association with an approved unilateral reduction mamnoplasty or postmastectoiy 

reconstruction of the contralateral breast. 

The correct code for the repair procedure is R112 

OHIP authorization is required. 

(b) Post-ffestectomy Reconstruction 

Unilateral or bilateral breast reconstruction is a benefit of OHIP when the procedure is sitsequent 
to total or partial mastectony (including wedge resection) or prophylactic mastectany as listed in 
the Schedule of Benefits. 
Authorization is not required. 

(c) Reduction ^b^Inoplasty 

Reduction ftaimoplasty may be approved o/nere there is significant associated synptomatology. Ptosis 

and/ or size are not sufficient grounds for OHIP coverage of reduction mamnoplasty. 

Unilateral Reduction Manmoplasty may be a benefit of the Plan if there is gross disproportion 

present or in association with approved unilateral augnentation mamroplasty, or post mastectomy 

reconstruction of the contralateral breast. Additional docunentation may be required. 

OHIP authorization is required. 

(d) htestectony 

This procedure is a benefit of the Plan. 
Authorization is not required. 

(e) Accessory Breasts or accessory nipples 

Excision of such accessory tissue is a benefit of the Plan. 

The appropriate code should be used from the Schedule listings under Skin and Subcutaneous tissue. 

Authorization is not required. 

5. Septorhinoplasty 

This is a benefit of OHIP when the rhinoplasty component is necessary to obtain an adequate airway 

or following traixna within 2 years or part of a pre-planned staged plastic repair. (See Para 7, 

Page xxiv). 

In cases where a septoplasty is necessary to itiprove function and a rhinoplasty is done to improve 

the cosnetic effect, OHIP will pay the part of the operation that was medically necessary (e.g. if a 

septorhinoplasty is perfonned and a septoplasty was necessary to improve the airway, OHIP will pay 

M012 and the surgeon is entitled to claim the difference frcm the patient). 

OHIP authorization is required. A description of the external defomiity should be provided. 

6. Excision of excess fatty tissue and/or skin is not a benefit of the Plan except for panniculectony where there 
is significant s>«nptQmatology. 

OHIP authorization is required. 

7. Sex-Reassignnent Surgery 

(1) Sex-reassignment surgical procedures are a benefit of OHIP only if they are perfonned on patients who 
have canpleted the Gender Identity Clinic program operated by the Clarke Institute of Psychiatry in 
Toronto. H)reover, claims are accepted for pa>ment only for those patients for whan the Clinic has 
recomnended that surgery take place. This surgery need not take place in Toronto or even in Ontario. 
Surgery reconnended by the Clinic »*iich takes place outide the Province of Ontario may be approved for 
paynent at rates in accordance with the current OHIP Schedule of Benefits. 

(2) Within the foregoing guidelines, reconstruction of genitalia and mastectaiy are benefits of the Plan. 
However, since the honnonal treatments associated with sex-reassignment thanselves give rise to breast 
enlargement, augnentation marmoplasty or breast reconstruction in a male to fanale conversion is not a 
benefit of OHIP, in keeping with the previously outlined policy regarding breast surgery in faiales. 
OHIP authorization is required. 

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COHSULTATiaC HO VISITS 
Code FMLY fWCnCE MO fWClΠIN GE}ERM.(aO) 

General Listings: 

flOC6 Consultation ..^. 44^ 

PC06 Repeat consultation , ^ 34J0 

KtSi General assesanent 41.35 

fOOi General re-asses 3nent 24,40 

A903 Pre-dental general assesanent 36.60 

flC07 InteniBdiate assessment/'UBl 1 baby care 20,40 

AOOl Minor assesanent ......„„„ ,,, , 13^ 

K017 Annual health axairination - child after second birthday 25,20 

ICÛ09 - adolescent, adult 36,60 

AÛ09 Oculo-visual assessrentti jejnajor eye examination to include refraction and tononetry) 33,50 

rCC, Telephone advice including renetel of prescriptions Nj\,B, 

N,C. Dispensing service fee „„„„„„.,.„„„„„„„„............... ......,„„. Nv^. 

ftn-bergency Itepital In-tatient Services: (see para. 339 of Preamble - for emergency 

calls and other special visits to irvpatients, use General Listings and Prentiuns 

[para. B43 of Preaitsle] viien appl icable) . 

C005 Consultation 44.50 

C006 Repeat consultation ,. 34J0 

C003 General assessnent 41,35 

aX)4 General re-assessnent 24.40 

C903 Pre-dental general assessnent , , 36,60 

Sitosequent visits: (minor assessments) 

0002 up to five weeks .,,.,,,,„,..,..,,, „,4»' visit UJSD 

C007 from sixth to thirteenth Meek inclusive (not to exceed $41.40 per week) ..jjer visit 13,80 

CD09 after thirteenth teek (not to exceed %8ZJS0 per month) 4)er visit 133) 

COOe Concirrent care (minor assessnent) .per visit 133) 

COlO Supportive care (minor assessnents) .,.„„„. 12,20 

Attendance at natemal delivery for care of a high risk baby 

m? - (if only service rendered at time of delivery) .„„.„„„„ 52 JX) 

Mote: Consultation should not De claimed »rith attendance at maternal delivery 

— other fees may apply, 

hCOl Ne«bom care in hospital and/or hone ,,..,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,„.,,,,,,,,....,.,,,,,,.... 44.90 

H002 LoM birth weight baby care (uncanplicated) initial visit (per baby) ., ,,,,, 28.20 

K)03 thereafter 4)er visit 133) 

BsTgency Oeparlaent - Ptiysidan on Duty: (see para, 340 of Preancle) 

/teessKTits By inclule interpretation of »-ray, EjCjS. and other laboratory (fata as 
re(|jired, 

H103 Hjltiple systsns assessnent 22,40 

HlOl Minor assessnent <..... 113) 

H104 Re-assessnent (see Prearrble - para. 311) .„,,. ~ 11.40 

'i*ien above visits are rendered by the physician on duty in prairiim hours, apply the 
fol lowing fees, 

12 W<*ri^ to 8:00 ajiu 

H123 ^Itiple Systans assessnent 33.70 

H121 Minor assessnent „ 17 JO 

H124 n&-assessnent 17,10 

Sating, Smfeys and K>li<bgrs 

H153 Hjltiple systans assessnent 29,10 

H151 Minor assessnent „ 15,40 

H154 n^assessnent 143) 

When any other service is rendered by the physician on duty in praniun hotrs (and 
assessments are not chargeable), apply one of the following premiuns per patient 
visit, 

HI12 - 12 midnight to 8:00 ajn „„.„.„„„„„„„„„„„„„„„ 113) 

H113 - Saturdays, Sindays or Holidays ,,,„ 6 JO 

B r g e n cy or OJ>J). - Physician in Itepital But Not on Duty in the tergency Depart- 
■ent Wen seeing Patient(s) in BsTgency or OJ>J)^ use General Listings 
Long Tern Institutional Care: (for emergency calls and other special visits to 
institutional patients, use General Listings and Prenions [para. 843 of Preantole] 
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CCNSULTAnOC ATC VISITS 
OxJe F/WLY PWVCTICE AM) PRACTICE IN GEÏCRAL - Cont'd. 

Chronic Care Hospitals, Convalescait Hospitals, Ursing rtmes, or Other Institutions in khich 
Patients are covered by Extended Care Legislation: 

W105 Consultation M.SO 

W106 Repeat consultation 34J0 

W102 amission asses3iient (see Preamble) Type 1 41,35 

W104 Type 2 13,80 

W107 Type 3 24.40 

M109 Annual physical examination 37.80 

W004 General re-assessiient of patient in nursing hone and covered by extended care legislation 

(as per the Nursing Hares Act) 1333 

lfl03 Pre-dental and pre-surgery general assesanent 36.60 

Siijsequent visits (minor asses3nents see para. 815): 

- chronic cane or convalescent hospital (rraximun of 10 per patient, per month) 

WD02 - first two visits per month (chargeable by most responsible physician) .^jer visit 13.80 

wool - SLbsequent visits per month 4)er visit 10.20 

- nursing hone or other institution covered by extended care legislation (maximtm of 5 

per patient, per month) 
W003 - first visit per month (chargeable by most responsible physician) ......^jer visit 13.80 

W008 - subséquent visits per month 4)er visit 10.20 

Hmes for the Aged and Other Institutions in *ich Patients are Not Covered by Extend- 
ed Care Legislation: (use General Listings and Premiuns [para. B43 of PreanOle] 
* v^hen applicable.) General Listings under these cirxunstances also apply to patients 

seen in bed rather than in an office supplied by the institution. 
Ps>chotherapy: (includes narcoanalysis or psychoanalysis or treatment of sexual 
dysfirction) 

K007 Individual - per 1/2 hour or major part thereof (see Preantole) 39.40 

Group - (four to eight people) per 1/2 hour or major part thereof 

K012 - permerter (up to six hours per day) 7.30 

NX. - per menter (seventh to ninth hour per day) NJ\.B. 

Family - (tvo or more family meiters in attendance at the sane time) per 1/2 hour 

K004 or major part thereof 44.50 

Note: 

1.) Psychotherapy or hypnotherapy or counselling is not to be claimed in conjunction 
with other consultations or assesanents rendered by the same physician during the 
sane patient visit unless there are clearly defined unrelated diagnoses for the 
two services. 
2.) The minuTun time period for psychotherapy (to be claimed as such) is 20 minutes. 

(See Prearble, part B, paragraph 19.) 
Hypnotherapy: 

K006 Individual - per 1/2 hour or major part thereof 39.40 

Note: ftey not be claimed with diagnosis of acne, psoriasis, anoking, obesity or in 

conjunction with delivery. 
Group, for induction and training for hypnosis (up to eight people) per 1/2 hour or 

KOll major part thereof, per marber 7.30 

Coinselling - intended as an educational experience - not intended for ongoing therapy 
or as a sibstitute for a minor assesanent - one or more people - per 1/2 hour- or 

K013 major part thereof, 37.40 

Note: (1) Psychotherapy or hypnotherapy or counselling are not to be claimed in corgunct- 
ion with other consultations or visits rendered by a physician during the sane 
patient visit unless there are clearly defined different diagnoses for the two 
services. 
(2) The minimun time period for psychotherapy (to be claimed as such) is 20 minutes. 

(See Preantole, part B, paragraph 19). 
Certification of ttntal Illness— 

Application for psychiatric assesanent, (as mandated by the ftntal Health Act) - 
including necessary history, examination, notification of the patient, family 
and relevant authorities. 

K623 and completion of Form 1 i 71.30 

Certification of involirtary adnission (as required by the Mental Health Act) - including 
history, examination, notification of the patient, family and relevant authorities and 

K624 conpletion of Form 3 84.30 

K629 All other re-certification(s) of involirtary actnission 25.20 

Note: Consultation or assesanent normally nay not be claimed in addition. 



600 



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O Reg. 215/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 1891 

CCNSULTATlOrC MC VISITS 

Code F/WLY PWCnCE H€ PRACTICE IM GBBWL - Cont'd. 

Certification of incaiçetence (financial) including assessnent to determine 
N.C. -nconpetence N.A.B. 

Interriekfi 
K002 Interview vflth relatives on behalf of a patient, per 1/2 hotr or najor part ttiereof 37.40 

Interviews oiith C.A.S. or legal guardian on behalf of a patient, per 1/2 hour or najor 

10003 part thereof 37.40 

Note: K002, KD03 - Siould be claimed on the patient's claim card with diagnosis. These 

listings apply to situations vrfiere medically necessary infonnation cannot be obtained 
from or given to the patient (e.g. because of illness, incanpetence, etc). 

Diagnostic interview and/or comselling with child and/or parent: 

K008 for psychological problan or learning disabilities, per 1/2 hotr 39.40 

Itote: Claims for KOOS should be sibnitted on child's card. 

NX. for testing per 1/2 hour NJ\.B. 

Intervient with other paramédical organization or others on behalf of a patient, per 
NX. 1/2 hour or major part thereof N.A.B. 

Case conference - with medical and/or paramedical personnel on behalf of a patient - 
NX. per 1/2 hour or major part thereof N.A.B. 

Genetic Counselling: 

K019 Individual or fanily - per 1/2 hour (naxinun 2 hotrs) 443) 

K020 Interview with relatives - per 1/2 hour (maxinun 2 hoirs) 44.50 

Note: The mininun time period required for any of the time based services listed on 
this page is twenty minutes - see para. B19 of Preantole for elaboration of the 
principles of the billing procedire. 

Seoal Assault Exairiraticn for Investigation and/or C u n fi n Mt ion of Alleged Seoal 
Assault and DocuEntation 

KD18 - fanale 205X0 

K021 - male 160X0 

*A portion of the listed benefits for ICÛ18 and K021 is recovered by OHIP from the Ministries 
of the Attorney General and the Solicitor General. 
Note: HOIS and lOEl only ^ply Wen tte kit, provided fay the Wnistries of the Attorney 

General and Sol Icitor General , has been used. 
Certification and Reports: 
With or Without Exdnnation: 

NX. Certification of health (ordinary) or caipetency NJ\.B. 

NX. Free from infection (barters, waiters, etc.) NJV.B. 

Certification of disability or previous imariation. Insurance report based on 

NX. previous examination or on illness or death ^ N.A.B. 

ffedicolegal report or reports required by law or hospital by-late (e.g. therapeutic 
abortion camiittee) - the fee should reflect fairly the difficulty of the matter and 
the experience and expertise of the physician, the nature and cnplexity of the 
NX. report and the time required to prepare it N.A.B. 

ALLERGY 

Since the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada has not set a standard 
for "Allergy Specialist", fees for consultations and visits shall be applicable to a 
specific allergist as they refer to him in his ot*i General or Specialty Tariff 
except for the following: 

Ginical interpretation by inmrologists where a report of a strvey is silmitted in 
writing to the patient's physician (not to apply v*ien the itmuwlogist receives a 
099 consultation fee) 23.20 

ANAESnCSIA (01) 

General Listings: 

A015 Consultation 65X0 

A016 Repeat consultation 41J5 

A013 Specific assessnent 37.40 

A014 Partial assessnent 16.50 



PrariiK for Special Visits by Physicians, Detention Visits to IXJJ. or CXJJ. 
Oargeable in Addition to Above Fees - see Pan. 843-46 of Preart>1e. 



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CCNSULTATIQNS HO VISITS 

Code ANflESnCSIA (01) - Cont'd. 

Biergency or OJ>J), - Physician in ttospital But Not on Duty in the EMergency Depart- 
ment »*en Seeing Patient{s) in the Emergency or OJ>J),:- use General Listings. 

Nan-&ergency Hospital In-Patient Services: (see para. B39 of Preantle - for emergency 
calls and other special visits to irvpatients, use General Listings and Premiuns 
[para. B43 of PreaTtile] when applicable). 

C015 Consultation 65.00 

C016 Repeat consultation 4U5 

C013 Specific assesanent 37.40 

C014 Specific re-assessnent 22.05 

^ Subsequent visits: (rmnor assesanents) 

C012 up to five weeks 43er visit 15.Û0 

C017 frcm sixth to thirteenth week inclusive (not to exceed $45.00 per week) .,^r visit 15.00 

C019 after thirteenth week (not to exceed $90.00 per month) per visit 15.00 

C018 Concurrent care (See Preamble) .per visit 15.00 

CARDIGLGGY (60) 

For Services not listed, refer to Internal f^icine Section. 

General Listings: 

A505 Consultation 92.55 

A675 Limited consultation 61.00 

/V506 Repeat consultation 61.00 

A603 General assessment 47.30 

/Vâ04 General re-assesanent 34.30 

A508 Partial assesanent 20.30 

Emergency or OJPJ),: - Physician in rtïspital But not on Duty in the Bwergency 
Department *en Seeing Rrtients(s) in the Bnergency or Oj>J).: - use General 

Listings. 

Non-B^rgency Hospital Ii»-Patients Services: (see para. B39 of Preamble - for 
anergency calls and other special visits to in-patients, use General Listings and 
Praniuns [para. B43 of Preamble] when applicable). 

C605 Consultation 92.55 

C675 Limited consultation 61.00 

C606 Repeat consultation 61.00 

C603 General assesanent 47.30 

C604 General re-assesanent 34.30 

Subsequent visits (minor assessments) : 

C602 up to five weeks 4)er visit 15.00 

C607 from sixth to thirteenth week inclusive (not to exceed $45.00 per week) ....per visit 15.00 

C609 after thirteenth week (not to exceed $90.00 per month) 4)er visit 15.00 

C608 Concurrent care (minor assesaients) 43er visit 15.00 

C/WDIOVASOJLAR AM) -mDRACIC SIRGERY (09) 

General Listings: 

Nm Consultation 47.65 

AD96 Repeat consultation 36.60 

«»3 Specific assesanent 32.70 

/SÛ94 Partial assesanent 16.50 

ftergency or OJ'J). - Physician in Hospital but not on Duty in the Bnergency 
Departnent »*hi Seeing Patient(s) or OJ'J).: - use General Listings 

No^-B^rgency Hospital Ii>-Patient Services: (see para. B39 of Preantile - for emergency calls and 
other special visits to in-patients, use General Listings and Praniuns [para. 843 of Preanùle] 
v^en applicable). 

C095 Consultation 47.65 

C096 Repeat consultation 36.60 

C093 Specific assesanent 32.70 

C094 Specific re-assesanent 20.50 



PramuB for Special Visits by Physicians, Detarticn Visits to IXJi- or CXJJ. 
Charge^le in Mditicn to Above Fees - see fan. 843-46 of Prea^le. 

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CONSlLTATICrC HO VISITS 

Code amiOtfiSaiM IW THKACIC SJ^SRY (») - cont'd. 

SubsequefTt visits: (minor assessnents) 

C092 up to five veeks .per visit ISJX) 

Cœ7 from sixth to thirteerrth weeks inclusive (not to exceed S45JX) per veetc) .4)er visit ISJJO 

0099 after thirteenth week (not to exceed $90.00 per Ttxith) 4)er visit ISJOO 

C098 Concurrait carç (m'nor assesarent) .per visit 15JX) 

Long Tera Institutioral Care - Chronic and Gomalescent ^tepitals, taes for the Aged 
- ^ients QMcred by Extended Care Legislation and Mrsing Hues. 

M)95 Consultation 47.65 

W096 !)epeat consultation 36.60 

CLINICN. DMHljQGY (S) 

For Services not listed, refer to Internal ftdicine Section. 

afiacral Listings: 

(Use these listings when perfomed at locations other than those designated in the 
following sections). 

fl625 Consultation 92.55 

AS25 Limited consultation SIJX 

P626 Repeat consultation 61.00 

A623 General assessnent 473) 

/I624 General re-assesanent 34J0 

A62B Partial assesarent 20J0 

BBergency or OJ'JJ.: - Physician in htepital But not on Duty in the Eaergency 
Departoent *en Seeing Patient(s) in the Bwgency or OJ>J),: - use General Listings 

Non-tergency Mspital In-Patients Services: (see para B39 of Preantle - for anergency 
calls and other special visits to in-patients, use General Listings and Premiiins 
[para. B43 of Preaitle] »*ien applicable). 

C625 Consultation 92.55 

CS25 Limited consultation * ôliX) 

0626 Repeat consultation 61jn 

C623 General assessnent 47J0 

C624 General re-assessnent 34J0 

SiiJsequent visits (minor assesanents): 

0622 14) to five weeks jwr visit 15JM 

C627 from sixth to thirteenth week inclusive (not to exceed $45.00 per »eek)...4)er visit 15.00 

C629 after thirteenth week Jnot to exceed $90.00 per month) jper visit 15iX) 

C628 Concirrent care (minor assesaients) 4»" visit 15JX) 

DBWdOjOGY (02) 

General Listings: 

fCe5 Consultation 44.50 

A026 Repeat consultation 36.60 

AQZB Specific assessment 31.50 

A024 Partial assessnent 16.20 

BBergency or 0J>J). - Physidan in ftepital But (tat on Duty in the Bcrgency Depart- 
ment iten Seeing Patient(s) in the Bnergenqr or OJ>J).: - use General Listings 

Non-BKrgency Itepital In-Patient Serrices: (See para. B39 of Preantole - for emergency 
calls and other special visits to in-patients, use General Listings and Prairiuns 
[para. B43 of Preantle] »#ien applicable). 

C025 Consultation 44.50 

C026 Repeat consultation 36.60 

C023 Specific assesanent 31.50 

C024 Specific ne-assessnent 20.50 



PrariiBS fbr Spedal Visits by Physicians, Detention Visits to IX JJ. or CXJJ. 
Chargeable in Additiai to /tote Fées - see l^ra. a<3-46 of Pnaari>le. 

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CONSULTAnONS AM) VISITS 

Code OERHMCLOGY (02) - Cont'd. 

Subsequent visits: (nrinor assessnents) 

C022 up to five weeks 4)er visit 15.00 

C027 fron sixth to thirteenth week inclusive (not to exceed $45JXI per week) ..43er visit 15.00 

CÛ29 after thirteenth week (not to exceed $90,00 per ronth) ^jer visit 15.00 

C028 Concurrent care (minor assessments) .....per visit 15.00 

Long Ten* Institutional Care - Chronic and Convalescent (tepitals. Homes for the Aged 
- I^tients Covered by Extended Care Legislation and Nu-sing Homes. 

M025 Consultation 44.50 

M026 Repeat consultation 36.60 

GASTRŒNTBULOGY (41) 

For Services not listed, refer to Internal Medicine Section. 

General Listings: 

(Use these listings when perfomed at Ixations other than those designated in the 

following sections), 

A415 Consultation 92,55 

A545 Limited consultation 61,00 

A416 Repeat consultation 61.00 

A413 General assessment 47 JO 

A414 General re-assesanent 34,30 

A418 Partial assessment 20J0 

BKrgency or OJ'J).: - Physician in Hospital But not on Duty in the Q^rgency 
Department k*en Seeing fetient(s) in the Bnergency or OJ>J}.: - use General 
Listings. 

Itan-&ergency Hospital In-Patients Services: (see para. B39 of Preaitole - for 
anergency calls and other special visits to irvpatients, use General Listing and 
Praniuns [para. B43 of Preamble] when applicable). 

C415 Consultation 92.55 

C545 Limited consultation 61.00 

C416 Repeat consultation 61.00 

C413 General assessment 47 .X 

C414 General re-assesanent 34.30 

Siissequent visits (minor assessments) : 

C412 up to five weeks ^r visit 15JX) 

C417 from sixth to thirteenth week inclusive (not to exceed $45,00 per week) ,.,per visit 15JX) 

0419 after thirteenth week (not to exceed $90,00 per month) .per visit 15.00 

C418 Concurrent care (minor assessments) .per visit 15JX) 

SNERAL SURGERY (03) 

General Listings: 

A035 Consultation 47.65 

A036 Repeat consultation 36.60 

A033 Specific assessment 32.70 

A034 Partial assessment 16.50 

aergency or OJ>U). - Physidan in tepital But Mit on duty in the BKrgency Depart- 
ment Hen Seeing Patient(s) In the Biergency or OJ>J).: use General Listings 

lton-&ergency Hospital In-Patient Services: (see para. B39 of Preartsle - for emergency 
calls and other special visits to in-patients, use General Listings and Premiums 
[para. B43 of Preaitile] v^ien applicable). 

C035 Consultation 47.65 

C036 Repeat consultation 36.60 

C033 Specific assessment 32.70 

C034 Specific re-assessment 20,50 



I 



PraduE fbr Special Visits by Physidans, Detention Visits to IjCJJ. or CXJi. 
Chargeable in Addition to Above Fees - see Para. B43-46 of Preanble. 

604 



O Reg. 215/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 1895 

CDNSlLTAnONS MO VISITS 

Code eaevL sutrarr (os) - cont'd. 

Sii)seqient visits: (nrinor asessnents) 

C032 up to five veelcs jper visit 15.CD 

C037 from sixth to thirteenth week inclusive (not to exceed S45.Û0 per week) ..^xr visit 15JB 

C039 after thirteenth week (not to exceed S90.00 per month) .per visit 15.00 

C038 Concurrent care (minor assessnents) 4jer visit I5iX) 

Long Teni Institutioral Care - Oronic and Convalescent ftepitals, ttaes for the Aged . 

- I^tients ÛNered by Extended Care Legislation and Mrsing Hnes 

U035 Consultation 47.65 

U036 Repeat consultation 36.60 

Sii)seqjent visits (minor assessnent, see para. 315): 

- chronic care or convalescent hospital (niaxinun of 10 per patient, per month) 

UD32 First 2 visits per month (chargeable by the most responsible physician) .per visit 133) 

U031 S«i}sequent visits per north 43er visit - lljD 

- f*jrsing hone or other institution, covered by extended care legislation (naxiiun 

of 5 per patient, per month) 

W033 First visit per month (chargeable by the most responsible physician) ^ter visit 133) 

U038 SiJjsequent visits per month .per visit UJX) 

ŒXRtL THORACIC SJKERY (64) 

General Listings: 

AS45 Consultation 47.65 

A646 Repeat consultation 36.60 

A643 Specific assessnent 32.70 

M44 Partial assessrent 163) 

BKTgency or 0J>J). - Ptiyslaan in Hospital But Itot on Duty in the tergency 
Oepartnent Men Seeing Patlent(s) in the Bcrgenqr or OJ>J).: (Use General Listings) 

fton-6Bergency ftepital In-Patient Services: [see para. 339 of Preamble) - For 
anergency alls and other special visits to ir>-patients, use General Listings and 
prarrijns [para. 843 of Preanfcle] when applicable). 

C845 Consultation 47.65 

0646 Repeat consultation 363) 

C643 Specific assessnent 32.70 

0644 Specific re-assessnent 203) 

Siteequent visits: (nrinor assesanents) 

0642 up to five weeks 4>er visit 153) 

C647 fran si)(th to thirteenth week inclusiw (not to exceed $453) per week)... 4)er visit 153) 

C649 after thirteenth week (not to exceed $903) per month) 43er visit 153) 

C648 Concurrent care (minor assessnents) 4>er visit 153) 

Long Ten Institutional Care - Oronif and Cowalescent ftepitals, Haes for the Aged 

- I^ients Cmered by Extended Care Legislation and Ikrsing ttaes: 

W645 Consultation 47.65 

W646 Repeat consultation 363) 

H»«iajOGV (61) 

For Services not listed, refer to Internal ffedicine Section. 

General Listings: 

(Use these 1 istings when performed at locations other than those designated' in the 
following sections). 

A615 Consultation 92.55 

A655 Limited consultation 613) 

A616 Repeat consultation 613) 

A613 General assessnent 473) 

A614 General re-assessnent 343) 

A618 Partial assessnent 203) 



Prarii« for Special Visits by Physicians, Detention Visite to IXJJ. or CXJJ. 
Oargaable in Addition to Above Fees - see Para. B43-46 of Preable. 



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1896 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 215/86 

CCNSULTATIOre N€ VISITS 

Cdde H^miaOGY (61) - Cont'd. 

ftergency or OJ>J).: - Physician in Hospital But not on Duty in the Bnergency 
Dcpartnent i#en Seeing Patient(s) in the Bnergency or OJJ).: - use General Listings 

Non-Bsergency Jtospital In-Patients Services: (see para. B39 of Preamble - for 
emergency calls and other special visits to in-patients, use General Listings and 
Praniims [para. B43 of Preamble] when applicable). 

C6I5 Consultation , 92.55 

C655 Limited consultation 61.00 

C616 Repeat consultation 51,00 

C613 General assessnent 47.30 

C614 General re-assessnent 34.30 

Subsequent visits (minor assessrents) : 

C612 up to five weeks ^ler visit 15.00 

C617 from sixth to thirteenth week inclusive (not to exceed $45.00 per week) ...per visit 15.00 

C619 after thirteenth week (not to exceed $90.00 per month) 4)er visit 15.00 

C618 Concurrent care (minor assessments) per visit 15,00 

INTERNAL WDICIfE (13) 

General Listings: 

A135 Consultation ; 92,55 

A435 Limited consultation 61.00 

A136 Repeat consultation 61.00 

A133 General asses3iient 47.30 

A134 General re-asses3iient 34.30 

A138 Partial assessment 20.30 

ùergenc^ or ajJU). - Physician in fbspital But Not on Duty in the Bnergency Depart- 
ment l*ien Seeing Patient(s) in the Biwgency or OJ'J).: - use General Listings 

toi-BKrgency In-Patient Services: (see para. B39 of Preatitle - for emergency calls 
and other special visits to in-patients, use General Listings and Premiuns [para. 
B43 of Preanble] when applicable). 

C135 Consultation 92.55 

C435 Limited consultation , 61.00 

C136 Repeat consultation 61.00 

C133 General assesgnent 47.30 

C134 General re-assessnent 34.30 

subsequent visits: (minor asses3nents) 

C132 up to five weeks jper visit 15,00 

C137 from sixth to thirteenth week inclusive (not to exceed $45JX) per week) ...per visit 15JX) 

C139 after thirteenth week (not to exceed $90.00 per month) .per visit 15.00 

C138 Concurrent care (minor assessnents) 4)er visit 15.00 

Long Tenii Institutional Care: (for energency calls and other special visits to insti- 
tutional patients, use General Listings and PrertiLiiis [para. B43 of Preartle] when 
applicable). 

Chronic Care Itepitals, Convalescent ^t)spital, Nursing Hones or other Institutions in 
W)ich patients are Covered by Extended Care Legislation: 

W235 Consultation 92.55 

W435 Limited consultation 61.00 

1*36 Repeat consultation 61.00 

W232 Adirission assesarent (see Preantle) Type 1 41.35 

kC34 Type 2 13.80 

W237 Type 3 24.40 

VC39 Annual physical exa^iination 3733 

W134 General re-assesanent of patient in nursing heme or covered by extended care legislation 12J80 
Note: Nby only be claimed 6 months after Annual Health Examination (as per the 

Nursing Hones Act). 

Subsequent visits(minor assesanents) : 

- chronic care or convalescent hospital (maximtm of 10 per patient, per month) 

W132 - first two visits per month (chargeable by most responsible physician) per visit 15.00 

W131 - siijsequent visits per month 4)er visit 11,00 



PramuB for Sjpecial Visits by Physicians, Detention Visits to IXJJ. or CXJJ. 
Chargeable in Addition to Above Fées - see Para. 913-16 of Preaitle. 



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3 Reg. 215/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 1897 

corsjLTATiae amj visits 

Code IHTE9W. «)ICIIC (13) - Cont'd. 

- nursing hone or otiier institution, covered by extended care legislation (naxinun 
of 5 per patient, per month) 

H133 - first visit per fionth (chargeaDle by most responsible physician) .....4Jer visit 15JX) 

W138 - sctosequent visits per month 4)er visit UJ» 

Miaes for the Agad and Other Institutions in Wrich Patients are Mit Covered by Extend- 
ed Care Legislation: jse General Listings and Pnaniuns (para. B43 of Preantsle) v/en 
applicaCle. General Listings inder these circunstances also apply to patients seen 
in bed rather than an office snjplied by the Institution. 

LABGRAID^Y KDICirc (2B) - The fbl lowing fees are afplicable to specialists in IWical 
Biochemstry, fWical Nicrobiolagy, Anatairic and General (ethology 

General Listings: 

A2a5 Consultation 61.00 

A286 Repeat or limited consultation 41.35 

P6& Diagnostic consultation - see definition in Preantole 40.20 

ttn-Eaergency Mspital In-Patient Senrices: (see para. B39 of Preantole - for emergency 

calls and other special visits to in-patients, use General Listings and Premiuns 
[para. B43 of Preaitle] when applicable). 

C285 Consultation 61.00 

C286 Repeat or limited consultation 41.35 

CS85 Diagnostic consultation 40.20 

C288 Concurrent care .per visit 15.00 

fGMLOGY (18) 

General Listing: 

AiaS Consultation 92.55 

A385 Limited consultation 61i» 

A186 Repeat consultation 61.00 

A183 General assessnent 47J0 

A184 General re-assesanent 34J0 

A188 Partial assessnent 20.30 

u rg e n cy or OJ>J). - Physician in Hospital But not on Duty in the BKrgency tepart- 
«ent l*wi Seeing Patient(s) in the D w e rg e n cy or OJ>J).: - use General Listings 

Itan-âergency Itepital In-Patient Services: (see para. B39 of Preantole - for anergency 
calls and other special visits to ir>-patients, use General Listings and Prairiuns 
[para. B43 of Preartole] **ien applicable). 

a86 Consultation 92.55 

C385 Limited consultation 61JX) 

ClSb Repeat consultation 61JX) 

C183 General assessnent 473) 

a84 General re-assessnent 34J0 

Stijsequent visits: (minor assessnents) 

a82 up to five Meeks .per visit 15.00 

C187 fran sixth to thirteenth week inclusive (not to exceed $45iM per week) ...per visit ISiX) 

a89 after thirteenth week (not to exceed $90JI) per month) 4)er visit ISJX) 

C188 Concurrent care (minor assessnentsl .per visit 15JD0 

Long Tern Institutional Care - Chronic and Corwalescent ^tospitals, Itaes for the Aged 

- I^ients Covered by Extended Care Legislation and Mrsing Hoks: 

WI85 Consultation 92.55 

U385 Limited consultation 6ljja 

Wld6 Repeat consultation 61.00 



ProriuK for Special Visits by Ptysicians, Detention Visits to IXOJ. or CXJJ. 
Chargeable in Addition to Above Fees - see Para. B43-46 of PreaÉ)le. 



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1898 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 215/86 

CONSULTAnONS AND VISITS 

Code ICIH1SURŒRY (04) 

General Listings: 

PCAb Consultation 70,10 

A046 Repeat consultation 39,80 

/IÛ43 Specific assesanent 39.80 

KM Partial assesanent 20.50 

ftergency or OJ>J). - Physician in rtispital But ftot on Duty in the ùergency Depart 
ment J#en Seeing Patient(s) in the Bnergency or OJ>J).: - use General Listings 

Non-BBergency Hospital In-Patient Services: (see para. B39 of Preamble - for anergency 
calls and other special visits to in-patients, use General Listings and Premiuns 
[para. B43 of Preamble] when applicable). 

C045 Consultation 70.10 

C046 Repeat consultation 39.80 

C043 Specific assesanent 39.80 

C044 Specific re-assessment 20.50 

SiÈsequent visits: (nrinor assesanents) 

C042 up to five weeks jper visit 15.00 

C047 frcm sixth to thirteenth week inclusive (not to exceed $45.00 per week) ...per visit 15.00 

0049 after thirteenth week (not to exceed $90,00 per month) .per visit 15.00 

C048 Concurrent care (minor assesanents) 4)er visit 15.00 

Long Term Institutional Care - Chronic and Convalescent Hospital, Hones for the Aged - 
Patients Ccwered by Extended Care Legislation and fkrsing Hones: 

WD45 Consultation 70,10 

W046 Repeat consultation 39.80 

NUCLEAR »EDICIIC (63) 

G635 Consultation 52.40 

0634 Repeat consultation 36.20 

G935 Diagnostic consultation - see definition in Preantle 23.20 

G632 Partial assesanent 20.30 

OBSTETRICS ATC GYNAECOLOGY (20) 

General Listings 

A205 Consultation* 47J0 

A206 Repeat consultation* 36.60 

A203 Specific assesanert* 32.70 

A204 Partial assesaient* 16.10 

Eaergency or OJ>J). - Ptysician in Hospital But Not on Duty in the Eaergency Depart- 
nEnt i*wi Seeing Patient(s) in the Bnergency or OJ'J).: - use General Listings. 

Non-ùergency Hospital In-Patient Services: (see para. 839 of Preannble - for anergency 
calls and other special visits to in-patients, use General Listings and Premiuns 
[para. 843 of Preantole] when applicable). 

C205 Consultation* 47.» 

C206 Repeat consultation* 36.60 

C203 Specific assesanent* 32.70 

C204 Specific re-assesanent* 20.50 

Subsequent visits: (minor assesanents) 

C202 up to five weeks 4)er visit 15.00 

C207 from sixth to thirteenth week inclusive (not to exceed $45.00 per week) ...per visit 15.00 

C209 after thirteenth week (not to exceed $90.00 per month) .per visit 15,00 

C208 Concurrent care (minor assesanents) 4)er visit ISJX) 

(tote: To satisfy hospital rules prior to Therapeutic /Sbortion a pre-operative consultation 
by a second gynaecologist may be required - this is not a benefit of O.H.I.P. 

Long Term Institutional Care - Chronic and Convalescent Hospitals, Hones for the Aged 
- I^tients Covered by Extended Care Legislation ard ftrsing Hones: 

W305 Consultation* 47.30 

W306 Repeat consultation* 36.60 

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*May include biopsy of cervix, (except v^ien done in coryunction with A204), 
Papanicolaou smear, examinations of trichomonas suspension. 
OBrge^le in Addition to Above Fees - see Pan. B43-46 of PreatAe. 

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CaCULTAnONS AM) VISITS 

Cade GPHTHfUaiSr (23) 

General Listings: 

fe3b Consultation 45.70 

A236 Repeat consultation 36.60 

A233 Specific assessment 33.50 

A234 Partial assesanent 16.50 

Eaergency or 0J>J}. - Physician in ftepital But Itot en Duty in the &ergen cy Depart- 
nent ttcn Seeing l^ient(s) in the Brgen cy or 0J>J).: - jse General Listings 

Mn-bergency Haspital In-Patient Services: (see para. B39 of the Preantle - for 
anergency calls and other special visits to in-patients, use General Listings and 
PrenriiiKS [para. B43 of Preaitle] tto applicable). 

C235 Consultation 45.70 

C236 Repeat consultation 36.60 

C233 Specific assessnent 33.50 

C234 Specific re-asses9nent 20.50 

siijsequent visits: (minor assesanents) 

C232 up to five teetcs .per visit 15.00 

C237 from sixth to thirteenth week inclusive (not to eioceed S45i» per week) ..jjer visit 15JX) 

C239 after thirteenth week (not to exceed $90.CD per month) 4»- visit IbJJO 

C238 Concurrent care (ntinor assesaients) 4»- visit 15JÛ0 

Long Terai Institutiona) Care - Chronic and Convalescent Hospitals, Hnes for the Aged 
- tatients DMcred by Extoiied Care Legislation and Ifersing Itaes: 

W535 Consultation 45.70 

W53e Repeat consultation 36.60 

GRTtOPMEDIC SJSBiY (06) 

General Listings: 

A065 Consultation 44.50 

A066 Repeat consultation 36.60 

AÛ63 Specific assessnent 31.50 

A064 Partial assesarent 16J.0 

ùg rg e n cy or 0J>J). - Plysician in (tepital But ftot on Duty in the Bsrgency Oepart- 
■ent *en Seeing Patient(s) in the BRrgency or OJ>J).: - jse General Listings 

ltan-&ergaicy Mispital In-Patient Serrices: (see para. B39 of Preantile - for emergency 
calls and other special visits to ifnaatients, use General Listings and Premiuns 
[para. 843 of Preantle] *^en applicable). 

C065 Consultation 44.50 

C066 Repeat consultation 36.60 

0063 Specific assesanent 31.50 

C064 Specific re-assessnent 20.50 

SiiKequent visits: (minor assessnents) 

CD62 up to five veeks .per visit 15.00 

C067 fran sixth to thirteenth week inclusive (not to exceed $45JM per neek) ...per visit 15JX) 

C069 after thirteenth »eek (not to exceed %SOJX per north) 4)er visit 15J» 

COeS Concurrent care (minor assesanent) 4>er visit 15.00 



PreaiiB fir Special Visits by Pl^cians, Detention Visits to IXJi. or CXJI. 
Oargeable in Addition to Above Fees - see Para. B43-46 of Preable. 



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CONSU.TATIONS WC VISITS 

Code ORTHPAEDIC SURGERY (06) - Cont'd. 

Long Term Institutional Care - Chronic and Convalescent Itospitals, Hmes for the Aged 

- Patients Covered by Extended Care Legislation and Mrsing Hnes: 

WD65 Consultation 44.50 

W066 Repeat consultation 36.60 

Stbsequent visits ((mnor assessnents) 

- chronic care or convalescent hospital (maximun of 10 per patient, per month) 
W062 - first two visits per month (chargeable by most responsible physician) ..4)er visit 13.80 
WD61 - sU)sequent visits per month .per visit ll.OO 

- nursing hone or other institution covered by extended care legislation (maximim of 5 
per patient, per month) 

WD63 - first visit per month (chargeable by most responsible physician .per visit 13.80 

W068 - siisequent visits per month ^kt visit IIJX) 

OT0L/«YNGCL0GY (24) 

General Listings: 

A245 Consultation 45.70 

A246 Repeat consultation 36.60 

A243 Specific assessment 32.70 

A244 Partial assessment 16.50 

Bwrgency or OJ>J). - Physician in Hospital But Not on Duty in the Baergency Oepart- 
ment *en Seeing Patient(s) in the Bnergency or OJ>J).: - use General Listings 

ltan-&Ergency Hospital In-Patient Services: (see para. B39 of Preartsle - for anergency 
calls and other special visits to in-patients, use General Listings and Premiuns 
[para. B43 of Preantle] when applicable). 

C245 Consultation 45.70 

C246 Repeat consultation 36.60 

C243 Specific assessment 32.70 

C244 Specific re-asses3nent 20.50 

Subsequent visits: (minor assessments) 

C242 up to five weeks 4)er visit 15.00 

C247 from sixth to thirteenth week inclusive (not to exceed $45.00 per week) ...per visit 15.00 

C249 after thirteenth week (not to exceed $90.00 per month) .per visit 15.00 

C248 Concurrent care (minor assessment) 45er visit 15.00 

Long Temi Institutional Care - Chronic and Convalescent Hospitals, Hcaes for the Aged 

- Patients Covered by Extended Care Legislation and Mrsing Hones: 

W345 Consultation 45.70 

W346 Repeat consultation 36.60 

PEDIATRICS (26) 

General Listings: 

A265 Consultation 92.55 

A665 Prenatal consultation 55.90 

A565 Limited consultation 61.00 

A266 Repeat consultation 61JM 

A263 General assessment 43.50 

A264 General re-assessment 28.75 

AD07 Intenmediate assessment/Well baby care 20.40 

A261 Minor assessment 13.80 

K267 Annual health examination - child after second birthday 25.20 

K269 - adolescent 36.60 

Diagnostic interview and/or coinselling with child and/or parent - see Practice in 
General Listings {p.3) 

BiErgaicy or OJ>Ji. - Ptiysici»i in Itepital But Not on Duty in the B«ergency Depart- 
iiHit Men Seeing Patient(s) in the Bnergency or OJ>J>.: - use General Listings 



ProriuB for Special Visits by Physicians, Detention Visits to IXJJ. or CXJI. 
Chargeable in Addition to Abo*e Fees - see Para. B43-« of Preanble. 

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CONSULTATIONS M) VISITS 

Code PAEDIATRICS (26) - Cont'd. 

ftan-fiKrgency ttepital In-Patient Services: (see para, B39 of Preaitole - for emergency 
calls and other special visits to irvpatients, use General Listings and Prairiuns 
[para, 343 of Preaiolej »#ien appl icaole). 

C2» Consultation 92.55 

C665 Prenatal consultation 55JO 

CS65 Limited consultation 61.CD 

C266 Repeat consultation 61j00 

C263 General assesgnent 43.50 

C264 General re-assessnent 28.75 

Sifcsequent visits: (minor assesanents) 

C262 up to six leeks ..................................^ler visit 15.00 

C267 from seventh to thirteenth weeK inclusive (not to exceed $45.00 per \«eek) 43er visit 15 JX) 

C269 after thirteenth week (not to exceed S90.00 per month) 4)er visit 15JÛ0 

C268 Concurrent care (minor assessnents) .............4]er visit 15.00 

tÇ67 Attendance at maternal delivery 52 JD 

Note: Consultation should not be claimed vrith attendance at maternal delivery. Other fees 

may apply. 

^1 Netoom care in hospital and/or hone 47.30 

Low birthveight baby care (i/wmplicated) 

iC6Z. - initial visit (per baby) 41.35 

K263 - thereafter 4)er visit I3jâO 

N.C. Pre-adoption exanination and evaluation for Cw^.S. ................................... NJV.B. 

Oranic and Comal escEnt Ita^'tal: 

kC55 Consultation 92.55 

<665 Limited consultation 61JX) 

'«C66 l^epeat consul tation 61.00 

V662 Admission assesanent [see Preaitle) Type 1 41.35 

W564 Type 2 13.â0 

W567 Type 3 ........................................... 24.40 

SiiJsequent visits (maximun of 10 per patient, per month) 

tC62 - first two visits per month (chargeable by most responsible physician) ..jw visit ISJB 

teSI - stDsequent visits per month .per visit 10.20 

U269 Anrual physical etamination .......................................................... 25.20 

Itote: In surgical cases requiring medical direction, standard ir>-hospital medical fees are 
to be charged in addition to the surgical fee. This includes all operations on 
babies ixider one year of age, and all other older children who require medical 
supervision. 

PHYSICM. ICDICirC AfC ROWILITATIGN (31) 

General Listings: 

A315 Consultation 92.56 

A515 Lwrited consultation 61JX) 

A316 Repeat consultation 61.00 

A313 General assesanent 45J0 

A310 General re-assesanent 33U0 

A314 Partial assesanent 20.50 

Bcrgency or OJ'J). - Physician in Itepital But Hit on Duty in the Energency Oepart- 
raent *er Seeing Patient(s) in the EKrgency or OJ»J).;- use General Listings 

NvH&ergency (tepital In-Patient Services: (see para. 839 of Preantole - for emergency 
calls and other special visits to in-patients, use General Listings and Pramiuns 
[para. 843 of Preantile] nrfien applicable). 

G15 Consultation 92.55 

C515 Limited consultation 61J» 



PrariuK for Spedal Visits by Ptiysicians, Detention Visits to IXJi. or Cj 
Chargeable in Addition to Above Fees - see Para. B43-* of Preaible. 



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CONSULTATIONS /W VISITS 

Code PWSICAL ftDICIft AMD RDWILITATION (31) - Cont'd. 

016 Repeat consultation 61J30 

G13 General assesanent 45.70 

G14 General re-asses3Tient 33,10 

Sttsequent visits: (minor assessnents) 

ai2 up to five weeks .per visit 15.00 

G17 from sixth to thirteenth week inclusive (not to exceed 45.00 per week) ...4)er visit 15.00 

ai9 after thirteenth week (not to exceed $90.00 per month) 41er visit 15.00 

G18 Concurrent care (minor assessments) 41er visit 15.00 

Long Tern Institutioral Care: 

Chronic Care ftepitals. Convalescent Itospitals, Nursing rtmes or Other Institutions in 
«4rich Patients are Covered by Extended Care Legislation: 

W515 Consultation 92.55 

W310 Limited consultation 61JD0 

W516 Repeat consultation 61.00 

W512 fldnission assessment (see Preartle) Type 1 41.35 

W514 Type 2 13.80 

W517 Type 3 24.40 

W419 Annual physical exanination 37.80 

W314 General ne-assesareit of patient in nursing home or covered by extended care legislation 13.80 

fMy only be claimed 5 months after /Vinual Health Exanination (as per the Nursing Homes 

Act). 

Subsequent visits (minor asses3Tients) : 

- chronic care or convalescent hospital (maxinun of 10 per patient, per month) 

W312 - first two visits per month (chargeable by most responsible physician) ..jjer visit 15.00 

W311 - siiJsequent visits per month ..4)er visit 11.00 

- nursing hone or other institution covered by extended care legislation (maximun of 5 
per patient, per month) 

W313 - first visit per month (chargeable by most responsible physician) ., .per visit 15.00 

W318 - SLbsequent visits per month 4)er visit ilJX) 

Hnes for the Aged and Other Institutions in i^ich Patients are Not Covered by Extend- 
ed Care Legislation: - use General Listings and Premiuns (para. B43 of PreanCle when 
applicable). General Listings under these ci rcunstances also apply to patients seen 
in bed rather than an office supplied by the institution. 

Tea Fteageaent in a Rehabilitation Ihit (active in-patient rehabilitation management 
from the initiation of rehabilitation care). 

Active in-patient rehabilitation managanent from the initiation of rehabilitation care 
as it applies to fee codes H312, H317 and H319 means when this service is rendered 
by one physiatrist even if part of the service is rendered in an active treatment 
hospital and part is rendered in a rehabilitation unit, the weekly and monthly 
limitations under the following fee codes apply to the total rehabilitation care 
rendered. In other words, it is not possible to charge the maximun fees allowed 
inder ai2, ai7 and ai9 and then start billing de novo under H312, H317 and H319 
under the above ci rcunstances. 

H312 up to twel ve weeks ^jer visit 15.00 

H317 fran thirteenth to twenty-sixth week (not to exceed $45.00 per week) per visit 15.00 

H319 twenty-seventh week onwards (not to exceed $90.00 per month) .per visit 15.00 

Rehabilitation Procedures: Interviewing and counselling of patients and/or relatives 

H313 per half hour or major part thereof (includes report) 37.40 

Physiatric Mnaganent: applies to physiatrists regulating the day to day managanent 
of patients when medical necessity requires prescription developnent, advice and 
supervision. It nay be billed on the days when rehabilitation sen^ices are provided 
to patients seen previously by the physiatrist for consultation or asses3nent. The 
fee is not meant as an actninistrative fee for supervising a departJnent of rehabili- 
tation nor is it to be charged on the same day as claims are made for any other 
services which are provided by the physiatrist to the sane patient(s). Ihis fee 
applies only to those patients who require and receive frequent attention by the 
physician during the course of rehabilitation with regard to rehabilitative services 
K313 of physical or occupational therapy, speech therapy and discharge planning 2.40 



If 

PremiuB for Sjpecial Visits by Physicians, Detention Visits to IXJJ. or CjCJJ. 
Chargeable in Addition to Axwe Fées - see Para. B43-46 of Pranble. 



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CGNSLLTATTOe M) VISITS 

Code FUenC SUCBtV (OB) 

fieneral Listings: 

A0e6 Consultation 44^ 

«86 Repeat consultation ^ 36^ 

AÛ83 Specific assesawrt 32J0 

AOM Partial assesaaent 16J0 

tergency or (U>J). - Plysician in ttepital But ItoC on Duty in the EBergency 
Oepartaent Hen Seeing Patient(s) in the Brg e n iy or OJ>J).: jse General Listings 

Man-âergency Itepital In-f^tient Services: [see para. 339 of rVeaaOle - for energency 
calls and other special visits to in-patients, use General Listings and ftBnuB 
[para. B43 of PrBari>1e] Wen appl icable) . 

0085 Consultation 44 JO 

C086 Repeat consultation 36.60 

COBB Specific assessnent 32J0 

CQB4 Specific re-assesanent 20.50 

SiOspgynt visits: (nrinor assesacnts) 

C0B2 i4> to five «eeks 4)er visit ISJXi 

COB? frn» sixth to thirteenth week inclusive (not to exceed SASJX) per t«etc} ...4)er visit ISJJO 

0069 after thirteenth Meek(nat to exceed $90JX) per month).... 4)er visit 15.00 

0QB8 Conument care (minor assesaaentst ,...„,. .jxr visit ISJD 

Long leni Institutional Care - Chronic and Convalescent tepitals, Itaes for tte Aged 

- tatioits Cow j i al by Extended Care Legislation and Mrsing Itaes: 

UDB5 Consultation 44.50 

UD86 Repeat consultation 36.60 

PSKSflAIRY (19) 

General Listings: 

A195 Consultation 101.60 

A395 Lifvited consulUtion 61J10 

A196 Repeat consultation 61.00 

A193 Specific assessKnt 47 JO 

AI94 Partial assesaent .................................................................. 20J0 

tergency or 0.PJ).-Ptiy5ician in Kspital But Ibt on Duty in the tar^ency OepwIiEnt 
Mm Seeing Patient(s) in the EKrgency or QJ'JK: use General Listing 

ltar»- (j erg e ncy Mi^tal Seorices: (in-patient, day care, night care, residential care - 
see Para. 339 of Preantle - for a aergen cy calls or other special visits to patients 
use General Listings and Prawiuas ipan. S43 of Preaible] Wen applicable). 

a96 consultation 101.60 

C395 Limited consultation ................................................................. âljOO 

a96 Repeat consultation 61.00 

093 Specific assessnent 47 JO 

Q94 Specific re-assessKnt 34 JO 

SiDseqjent visits:(niinor assessaents) 

C\X i4> to five Meeks 4)er visit 15.00 

097 froM sixth to thirteenth «eek inclusive(not to esoceed S45J0 per Meek) ....4)er visit 15JX) 

099 after thirteenth «eek(not to exceed $90.00 per iionth) 4xr visit ISJD 

09B Concurrent care (minor assessnnts) 4xr visit ISJSi 

Lang leni Institutional Care - Qronic and Cswalescent Itepitals, Maes for the Aged 

- F^ieits Covered by Extended Care Legislation and Mrsing Haes: 

UI96 consultation 101.60 

U39S Limited consultation 61JX) 

U196 Repeat consultation 61JX) 



ft«riuB tor Sipecial Visits by Flysicians. Detentioi Visits to IXJJ. or rj T Jf . 
Oargeable in Addition to fboie Pfes - see Para. B43-46 of Preafcle. 



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1904 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 215/86 

CONSU.TATIONS MC VISITS 

Code PSYCHIAIRY (19) - Cont'd. 

Other Services: 

N.C. Specific assessnent with report to referring agency N.A.B. 

Consultation on behalf of disturbed child (including report): 

A197 consultative interview with parents 89.40 

A198 consultative interview with child 89.40 

(Assessaent conferefice with parents should be claimed en the basis of family therapy). 
This use of family therapy is the exception to the note that psychotherapy nay not 
be claimed with a visit fee. 
A197, A196 - are to be considered as consultations. 

Therapeutic supervision with any para-medical organization 

NX. (health education, correction and other coimunity resources) NJ\.B. 

Appearance before Alvisory Review Board or Review Board - per 1/2 hour or major part 

N.C. thereof NJ\.B. 

Consultation for involintary psychiatric tneabnent (as mandated by Section 35(4B) of 

K620 the Ntental Health Act) - per 1/2 hour or major part thereof 44.10 

Interviev« with relatives on behalf of a patient, CJ\.S. or legal guardian, etc. - see 

Practice in General Listings (p.3) 
Certification of ftoital Illness 

Application for psychiatric assessnent, (as mandated by the f^ntal Health Act) - 
including necessary history, examination, notification of the patient, family and 

1 K623 relevant authorities and coipletion of form 71.30 

Certification of involuntary acJrrission (as required by the Mental Health Act including 
history exanination, notification of the patient, fanily and relevant authorities 

K624 and conpletion of fomi 34.30 

N.C. Certification of incampetence( financial) including assessment to determine incon- 

petence NJ\.B. 

K629 All other re-certification(s) of involuntary adnission 25.20 

Note: Consultation or assessnent nomally may not be claimed in addition to certification 
or re-certification (sane visit). 

Psychotherapy: (see Preantole) 

Individual outpatient psychotherapy (including aversive conditioning, narcoanalysis, 
psychoanalysis) 
K197 per 1/2 hour or m^'or part thereof 43.30 

Individual inpatient psychotherapy (including aversive conditioning, narcoanalysis, 
psychoanalysis) 
K190 per 1/2 hour or mcuor part thereof 43.30 

Group psychotherapy - out-patients 
K203 per member, per 1/2 hour or m^or part thereof (up to six hours per day)-4 people .. 10.90 

K204 -5 people .. 8.90 

K206 -6-12 people 7.70 

N,C. per merrtser, per 1/2 hour (seventh to ninth hour per day) NJ\.B. 

Group psychotherapy - in-patients 
K200 per meiter, per 1/2 hour or major part thereof (up to six hours per day)-4 people .. 10.90 

K201 -5 people .. 8.90 

K202 -6-12 people 7.70 

N.C. per merber, per 1/2 hour (seventh to ninth hour per day) NJ\.B. 

Family Therapy - outpatients (two or more fanily maiters) 
1095 per 1/2 hour or major part thereof 49.60 

Family therapy - in-patients (two or more fanily manbers) 
K193 per 1/2 hour or major part thereof 49.60 

Note: Family therapy should be claimed on the patient's claim card with diagnosis. 

(t'pnotherapy: 
K192 Individual - per 1/2 hour or meyor part thereof 43,30 

Group - for induction and training for hypnosis (up to eight people) per 1/2 hour or 
K194 major part thereof - per msitoer 8.90 



Pramuis for Special Visits by Physicians, Detention Visits to IXJJ. or CXJJ. 
Chargeable in Addition to *ove Fees - see Para. B43-46 of Praaible. 



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COSLTATTOC MO VISITS 

Code PSYOOATRY (19) - Cont'd. 

Ibte: Jtey not be claimed with diagnosis of acne, psoriasis, anoking, obesity nor in 
coryifxrtion with delivef>. 

NDtcs:(l) For electrotherapy fees, see Diagnostic and Therapeutic Procedires. 

(2) Individual psjchotherajy rendered in the office or hypnotherapy or 
coutselling are not to be charged in coitjifictiGn with other consultations 
or visits rendered by a pfysician on the sane day irless there are clearly 
defined different diagnoses for the tw services. 

(3) t#ien charging group therapy, the anller (4 or 5 people) or larger gnxç 
(6-12 people) is to be charged for but not more than one for the same 
grM). 

woiOLOBr-oi/ecsnc (33) 

General Listings: 
A336 Consultation 24.40 

H w IJ M gc nqr Hospital Sernoe: 
0335 Consultation 24.40 

RM)IATTGN CKOjOGY - (TlCRAPEUnC RADIGLQGY) (34) 

General Listings: 

A345 Consultation g2J5 

A745 Limited consultation 61JB 

A346 Repeat consultation 61J» 

A343 Specific assessnent 353) 

A344 Partial assesanent 20J0 

Wan Or g c ncy (taspitai In-tatient Services: 

C345 Consultation 92.55 

C745 Limited consultation 61JJ0 

C346 i^iepeat consultation eiJX 

C343 Specific assessnent 35wdO 

C344 S^ific re-assessnent 20J0 

SdKequent visits: (minor assessnent) 

C342 up to five teeks jper visit 15.00 

C347 froM sixth to thirteenth week ixlusive (not to exceed $45.00 per week) ..41er visit ISJXi 

C349 after thirteenth Meek(nat to exceed S90JX) per north) .per visit IbJJO 

C348 Concurrent Care (minor assessnents) .^ Jier visit ISJJO 

RESPIRAHKY disease (47) 

For Services not listed, refer to Internal ftelicine Section. 

General Listing: 

(Use these 1 istings when perfbnned at locations other than those designated in the 
following sections), 

A475 Consultation 92.55 

A575 Limited consultation 61jQ0 

A476 <%epeat consultation 61.00 

A473 General assessnent 47J0 

A474 General re-assessnent 34J0 

M78 Partial assessnent 20J0 

E rg g gy or OJ>J).: -Physician in MEpital But not on Duty in the BKrgency tepart- 
■ent ttcn Seeing PAiaiUs) in the BKrgency or 0J>JD.:-Use General Listings 

Nat-BETgency ^tospital In-Patient Services: 

(para. 339 of ^Veanole - for anergency calls and other special visits to in-patients, 
ijse General Listings and ^raniure Ipara. 343 of Preart)le] when applicable). 

C475 Consultation 92.55 

C575 Limited consultation 61 JO 

C476 Repeat consultation 61.00 

C473 General assessnent 47J0 

C474 General re-assessnent 34J0 

Siijseqjent visits (minor assessnents) : 
C472 ip to five weeks 41er visit ISJJO 



n 

PrewiMB for Special Visits by Hysicians, Detention Visits to IXOl. or CXJI. 
Oergeable in Mdition to Axwe Fees - see Pva. 843^ of PrBait>le. 

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1906 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 215/86 

aWSULTATIONS AM) VISITS 

QxJe RESPIRATORY DISEASE (47) - Cont'd. 

C477 from sixth to thirteenth week inclusive(not to exceed $45.00 per week) ....per visit 15.00 

C479 after thirteenth week(not to exceed $90.00 per month) 4)er visit 15.00 

C478 Concurrent care (minor assessnents) per visit 15.00 

»ClMViaj(£r (48) 

For Services not listed, refer to Internal Medicine Section. 

General Listings: 

(Use these listings v/ien perfomied at locations other than those designated in the 
following sections.) 

A<185 Consultation 92.55 

A595 Limited consultation 61.00 

A486 Repeat consultation 61.00 

A483 General asses3nent 47.30 

A484 General re-assessnent 34.X 

A488 Partial assessnent 20.30 

ftergency or OJ>Ji.:- Physician in ftepital But not on Duty in the BKrgency Depart- 
nEnt i*«en Seeing Patient(s) in the Ewergency or OJ>J).: - use General Listings 

ffen-eaergency Hospital In-Patient Services: 

(see para. B39 of PreanCle - for emergency calls and other special visits to 
in-patients, use General Listings and Praniuns [para. B43 of Preamble] when 
applicable). 

C485 Consultation 92.55 

C595 Limited consultation 61.00 

C486 Repeat consultation 61.00 

C483 General assessrent 47J0 

C484 General re-assesanent 34.30 

Subsequent visits(minor asses3nents): 

C482 up to five veeks 4jer visit 15.00 

C487 from sixth to thirteenth week inclusive(not to exceed $45JXI per week) ...4]er visit 15.00 

C489 after thirteenth week(not to exceed $90.00 per month) 43er visit 15.00 

0488 Concurrent care(minor assessments) .per visit 15JX) 

UROLOGY (35) 

General Listings: 

A355 Consultation* 44.50 

A356 Repeat consultation* 36.60 

A353 Specific assesanent* 32.70 

A354 Partial assesgient 15.10 

BKrgency or OJ>J). - Physidan in ttaspital But ftot on Duty in the Eaergenc/ Depart- 
RETit Mien Seeing l^tient(s) in the Bnrgency or OJ>J).: use General Listings 

Non-BKTgency Mspital In-ftAients Services: (see para. B39 of Preamble - for anerge- 
ncy calls and other special visits to in-patients, use General Listings and Premiims 
[para, B43 of Preamble] vtren applicable). 

C355 Consultation* 44.50 

C356 Repeat consultation* 36.60 

a53 Specific assesanent* 32.70 

C354 Specific re-asses3nent 20.50 

sii)sequent visits: (minor assesanents) 

G52 up to five weeks 43er visit 15.00 

G57 from sixth to thirteenth week inclusive(not to exceed $45.00 per week) ....^jer visit 15.00 

G59 after thirteenth week (not to exceed $90.00 per month) 4)er visit 15.00 

G58 Concurrent care (minor assesanents) 4)er visit 15.00 

Long Tenn Institutional Care - Chronic and Convalescent (tepitals, Hnes for the Aged 
- I^ients CtMered by Extended Care Legislation and Mrsing Hombs: 

W355 Consultation* 44.50 

W356 Repeat consultation* 36.60 

ProriuK for Special Visits by Physician, Détention Visits to IX.U. or CXJJ. 
Chargeable in Addition to Mxwe fees - see para. B43-46 of Preanble. 

*ffey include physical exemination pertaining to the genito-urinary tract and when 
necessary such procedures as urethral calibration, catheterization and prostatic 
fluid examination, but not to include endoscopic examination. 

IT 

PrenriiJE for Special Visits by Physicians, Detention Visits to IXJJ. or CXJJ, 
Chargeable in Addition to Above Fees - see Para. B43-46 of Preanble. 

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O. Reg. 215/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 1907 

UeORAHKY WDICDC 

Code 

AmTDWCflL PATHLOGY, HISHLOGY AW CYTOLOGY (Fees for Diayœtic Interpretatiwi of 
Laboratory Pnxalires) 

Preaible 

1. ■De following fees inwlve responsibilities for accessioning specinens and 
Interpreting the diagnostic descriptions. For autopsies, this involves 
participation In mortal 1^ review according to the context of the hospital or 
camnity setting as «11 as a written report. 

2. ttt occasion the services provided by the laboratory physician may iwolve 
s«i>stant1al1y greater professional responsibility and eqiertise than is pnwided for 
In these fees. In such cases, the physician nay bill for these on an Independent 
consideration basis provided that the nattxv of the services and their 
distinguishing featires are adequately described. 

3. The strgial pathology fees are organisd according to services reqjiring increasing 
expertise and tne and are defined as foliote: 

Swç\e speciaen - includes ^dss and, ticre necessary, aicroscaplc ocaprination and 
interpretation of 9n11 tissues requiring less tine, effort and risk than the not 
category. A siople speciocn will ordlrarlly Include tissue considered by the 
physician to be "nonwl" (e^. uterine tU)es, vas deferens, hernial sac, etc.). 

Snll or incoplicated spetke» - Includes 9h11 tissues thought to be abnonnl 
Wiich carry «ore professional risk and effort than those described in the previous 
category, and In Wiich the nmber of slides Is anil . As a rule, this category 
«ould apply to a single snl 1 specinen or to tx) speciaens If tw tissues are 
coitrined on a slide (ejg. skin biopsy, enduaetrial biopsy). 

Niltiple anil specinens or cirettings requiring aultiple slides - Includes 
specinns requiring several slides ejg. prostate cirettings, uterine curettings, 
■jitiple endoscopic gastrointestinal tract biopsies froM the sane segasnt of the 
6J. tract (nultiple sp B ci wer a or slides). 

(hgan or large sp e c imen - includes partial or entire organs with or without adjacent 
tissues but without ooiplex dissection e^. segient of stonach, uterus. 

CofHex 9nal1 or large specimen - inclûtes caçiex diagnostic biopsies in Wiich the 
physidan tii^ecpertlse required for dissection and interpretation is S(i>stantia11y 
dbove that pertaining to previous categories. This inclules sane biopsies of 
k1<tEy, liver, nuscle, ly^ph nodes, etc. as lell as «tensive biopsies such as 
cervis cone biopsies, organs and adjacent tissues such as local Ijafih nodes (ip to 
six) etc. 

C oye he ns ive large spec lrn B i - Includes the most cai^rehensive and largest s p e c inen s 
with «tensive regional dissection araVor oatfileK diagnostic probleis. ftst 
sp e c i«n s with regional node dissection «xild be Included in this. 

Anatonic Pathology - Sirglal Pathology 

Diagnostic exaninations - see definitions 

IjS39 - si^>1e specinen....... 16.20 

1821 - sell or ncopl Icated specisn 2U0 

- nultiple anall sp e ci mBi s or orettlngs 

lan reqn'ring nultiple slides ........................................................ 40.60 

L822 Operative consultation, with or without froxn section 60.80 

- each additional frozen section or direct anear and/or 

selection of tissue for biochemical assay 

L823 (e^. estrogen receptors) , add ....... ..mm......m.m. ........... ...•......•••.. 30.40 

L801 rfetabollc bone studies .............................................................. 67 JO 

LS33 Nerve teasing ....................................................................... 40.60 

Anattaric Pathology - Cytspathology 

Cervical vaginal specinens (Including all types of cellular 
abnonnality, assessnent of flora, and/or cytohonnanal 
1812 evaluation) ...................................................................... 3.60 

1806 Aspiration biopsy (li#q, breast, thyroid, prostate, etc.) ........................... 36.70 

Bronchial , oesophageal , gastric, endanetrial 
1806 or other brushings and teshings ...m............................................ 12.20 



3\ 

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1908 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 215/86 

LABCRATORY I^ICIft 
Code 

L808 Imprint, touch preparation and/or direct gnear 10^ 

Sputun per specimen for gênerai and/ or specific assesgnent 
(e^. cellular abnomialities, asbestos bodies, lipids, 
L315 hemosiderin, etc.).,,... „ , „ 7,50 

Smear, specific assessTient e,g, eosinophils, asbestos 
bodies, amniotic fluid cells for estimation of fetal 
L804 maturation, etc 3,70 

Fluids (pleural, ascitic cyst, pericardial, CSJ^,, urine 
1810 and joint, etc.) 10,20 

Synovial fluid analysis, description, viscosity, mucin 
L824 clot, cell coirt, and compensated PL for crystals 20.30 

Conpensated polarized light microscopy for synovial 

L825 fluid crystals 10,55 

L819 Seninal fluid analysis for infertility 10,20 

L820 Snear for spermatozoa (post vasectomy) 5,10 

Cytogenetics 

1807 Smear for sex chromatin (Barr Body) or Neutorphil drunsticks 4,00 

L811 Y chranosane 4,90 

L803 Karyotype 60,80 

Special Pnxedures and Interpretation - Histology or Cytology 

1834 Histochanistry of muscle - 1 to 3 enzynes 20,30 

L835 - each additional enzyne ,,,,... 6,50 

EnzyTK histochemistry and interpretation 

L841 (per enzyme) 10.20 

L837 Irnnunohistochenistry and interprétation - per marker ........,..,,„„„,„,,„.„.,. 10,20 

L817 Anti-tissue antibodies and interpretation 4,90 

Anti-tissue antibodies, screening dilution, titration 
L842 and interpretation, add 5,15 

Special microscopy of tissues (polarization, interference, 
phase contrast, dark field, autofluorescence or other) 
L843 and interpretation 16,20 

Special microscofy of fluids (polarization, interference, 
phase contrast, dark field, autofl uorescence or other) 

L844 and interpretation 10,55 

L845 Specimen radiography or microradiography and interpretation 12,20 

1532 X-ray diffraction analysis and interpretation 19,50 

L816 Electron microscopy: TEN, STEM or SEM technique 101,40 

Analytical electron microscopy, elaneital detection, 

L831 mapping, or electron diffraction, add per case 40,60 

L836 MarphiiTietry, per parameter 20,30 

L846 Flow cell cytometry and interpretation, per parameter ,,„„„„„,„„,.„,„,,,.,„ 20.30 

Biochemistry and Iiminology 
L827 Interpretation of carcino entiryonic antigen (CEA) „„„,„,„ ..,., 4,45 

Interpretation of hormone receptors for carcinoma to include 
L828 estrogen and/or progesterone assays 5.55 

Haiiatopatholoqy 

L800 Blood film interpretation (Rcmanowsky stain) , 10.90 

L826 Blood film interpretation (special stain) 10,20 

L802 Bone marrow interpretation (Rcmanowsky stain) 36,70 

Z403 Bone marrow aspiration 27.60 

1830 Terminal transferase by inmiiofl uorescence 10,20 

L838 Leukocyte phenotyping by monoclonal antibody technique 16,20 



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O. Reg. 215/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

NUCLEAR f€DICirC - IN VIVO 



1909 



Colijnn T - is the tectmical benefit for the production of recortls, radiopharmaceutical agents, 
apparatus, pranises, technical services, adninistration and secretarial services. 

Coliiir P, - is the professioral benefit for supervision of the procedire, appropriate patient 
interview and/or acanrination, comelation of related data, interpretation of results, and prwrision of a 
>*-itten report. The physician need net be ccrttinuously present in the nuclear medicine department or 
pr-jvate facility **iile the procedures are being carried out but nust be physically present frequently 
enough to carry out the appropriate patient interview and/or exanination and approve, modify or intervene 
in the procedures as required. 

Colunn ?2 - is the professional benefit for interpretation of results and provision of a vritten 
report. If the physician does not meet the criteria for P, or has claimed any visit in coruirrtion with 
that ?*jclear Medicine procedire, the lesser professional fee (P2) will be claimed. 

Notes: 1. T>K total benefit is arrived at by adding T plus P, (first code listed, e.gJ802) or by 
adding T plus P^ (second code listed, e.g. v3602). 

2. 4ien coding the total benefit use suffix A; v^wi coding technical portion only use 
suffix B; when coding professional portion only use suffix C. 

3. If quantification or data manipulation is carried out in addition to visual inspection of 
imaging studies, add 301 to the appropriate professional benefit except »*ien SPEQ is 
claimed. For claim purposes, use prefix "Y". Such activity must add significant 
diagnostic infomation not available by inspection alone and does not include simple image 
enhancanent techniques such as 3noothing, backgrouid s»i)traction, etc. îtecording of 
images on videotape for replay and production of images on the video display of a computer 
do not in themselves justify the additional benefit. 

The claims for cardiac wall motion studies and calculation of ventricular Section fract 
ion (J811 and J813) already include an allowance for data manipulation as a general rule 
«Id no additional benefit may be claimed. The additional caipjter benefit ray be claimed 
only »*«n additional cardiac quantifications are perfomed i je. stroke volime ratio and 
volune response cirves and/or phase analysis. 

4. The total benefit is arrived at by adding T plus P, (first code listed e.g., J8Q2) or by 
adding T plus P- (second code listed e.g., J60e). 

5. If examination of Brain, Urg, Liver or Spleen is liirited to one view, the benefit (T and 
P, or Pp) is to be reduced by 501, 

6. («peat studies on the sane day may be claimed only after exercise or drug Intervention. 

7. The pfrase "nuclear medicine specialist" shogld be interpreted as "nuclear medicine physi- 
cian" since not all physicians prattising nuclear medicine are certified as specialists in 
this discipline by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

8. V*ien tonographic examination (SPEC!) is billed, the 301 add on referred to in para. 1 may 
not be charged. 



^'^ Cardiovascular Systait 

jaE/J6û2 Venography - peripheral and superior vena cava 81.40 

J804/J604 First tr»isit without blood pool images 13.60 

J867/J667 First transit with blood pool ioages 48.50 

Ja06/J606 Cardioangiograpfiy - first pass for snirt detection, cardiac 

output and transit studies 80.50 

J807/J607 fyxardial perfusion scintigraphy - irnnediate post stress, 

resting 184.20 

J8QB/J60e - delayed 673) 

J810/J610 Myocardial scintigraphy - acute infarction, iryiry .„„„„,. 74.70 

J811/J611 ^yicardial «11 motion studies .......................... 80,50 

J812/J612 - repeat sane day (maxiiun of three repeats) .„„.„„„„ 40,70 

J813/J613 ^Vxardial wall motion studies with Section fraction ....... 114.40 

J814/J614 - repeat sane day (maximun of three repeats) 40.70 

J815/J616 Detection of venous throitxjsis using radioiodinated 

fibrinogen 14) to ten days .........„„......,.„,,„„„.. 111.50 

Endocrine Systan 

J816/J616 Adrenal scintigraphy with idocholesterol .................. 3263) 

J86B/J668 - with idocholesterol and dexanethasone suppression ....... 383j00 

J869/J669 - with MIBG 470J0 

J817/J617 Thyroid uptake 24J0 

J87D/J670 - repeat 12-60 

J818/J618 Thyroid scintigraphy with Tc99m or 1-131 54J0 

J871/J671 - with 1-123 87 JO 

J820/J620 Parathyroid scintigraphy - dual isotope technique with T1201 

and Tc99n Iodine .„„„„„.„„.„„,.....,„.„.„....... 1993) 

J872/J672 Metastatic survey with 1-131 .„.....,.„„„„„.„....„„. 2033) 

Gastrointestinal Systa» 

J821/J621 Schilling test - single isotope 373) 

J823/J623 - dual isotope «.70 

J824/J624 ^blabsorption test with C14 sifcstrate 483) 

J873/J673 - with v^le body courting 116.40 

J825/J625 Gastrointestinal protein loss 693) 

33 



619 



■^1 



10JJE> 


143) 


143) 


7.75 


213) 


10,70 


42.65 


213) 


353) 


18,40 


19.40 


9,70 


300)5 


143) 


42.65 


213) 


213) 


10,70 


633) 


323) 


323) 


163) 



323) 



163) 



323) 


153) 


42.65 


213) 


373) 


18,40 


153) 


7,75 


7,75 


7,75 


28,10 


133) 


28,10 


133) 


533) 


27ao 


39,70 


19.40 


7,75 


7.75 


7,75 


7,75 


7.75 


7,75 


143) 


7,75 


7.75 


7,75 



1910 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 215/86 



mum ^eDICI^t - in vivo 



Ccxie 



J874/J674 
J826/J626 
J875/J675 
J827/J627 
J829/J629 
J876/J676 
J877/J677 
J830/J630 

J878/J678 
J879/J679 
J831/J631 
J832/J632 
J833/J633 



J834/J634 
J835/J635 



J836/J636 
J837/J637 
J838/J638 
J839/J639 
J840/J640 



J841/J641 
J843/J643 
J847/J647 
J848/J648 
J849/J649 
J881/J681 
J882/J682 
J883/J683 
J8B4/J684 



J850/J650 
J851/J651 
J852/J652 
J853/J653 
J854/J654 
J855/J655 
J856/J656 



T 

Gastrointestinal System - Cont'd. 

Gastrointestinal blood loss - Crtl 52.40 

Calcium absorption - Ca45 52.40 

Calciun 47 absorption/excretion 214.30 

Esophageal motility studies - one or more 101.80 

Gastrointestinal transit 87.30 

Gastrointestinal reflux 48.50 

Gastroesophageal aspiration 33.90 

flbdaninal scintigraphy for gatrointestinal bleed - Tc99m 
sulphur colloid or Tc04 73.70 

- labelled RBCs 121.20 

- LeVeen shirt patency 56.20 

Biliary scintigraphy ,. 97.00 

Liver/spleen scintigraphy , ,. 67.90 

Salivary gland scintigraphy 81,40 

Genitourinary System 

Dynamic renal imaging 81.40 

Cavpjter assested renal function (includes first transit).... 111.50 

- repeat 106.65 

Static nenal scintigraphy 27.10 

ERPF 33.90 

GFR by blood sample method 33.90 

Cystography for vesicoireteric refliec 101.80 

Testicular and scrotal scintigraphy (includes first 

transit) 69.80 

HaiHtopoietic System 

Plasna volune 36.90 

Red cell volure 40.70 

Ferrokinetics - clearance, turnover, and utilization 339.40 

Red cell, white cell or platelet survival 87.30 

Red cell survival vflth serial surface coints 126.10 

Bone marrow scintigraphy - whole body 97 JX) 

- single site 71.75 

In-Ill leukocyte scintigraphy - whole body 308.40 

- single site 271.50 

f*jsculoskeletal Systan 

Bone scintigraphy - general survey 89.20 

- single site 71.75 

Galliim scintigraphy - general survey ....................... 150,30 

- single site 104.70 

Bone mineral density 26.20 

Total body calciun - neutnxi activation 154.90 

Bone mineral content by dual photon absorpicmetry 164.90 

Note:J850/J650 and J851/J651 ar^ not to be billed together. 

ja04/J604 may be claimed in addition to J850/J650 or J851/Jffil 

for blood pool study. 



7.75 


7.75 


7.75 


7.75 


32.00 


15.50 


79.50 


39.70 


33.00 


15.50 


32.00 


15.50 


21.30 


10.70 


29.10 


14.50 


35.90 


17.40 


32.00 


15.50 


35.90 


17.40 


29.10 


14.50 


28.10 


13.60 


29,10 


14.50 


53 JO 


24,30 


27,10 


12,60 


9,70 


7.75 


7,75 


7.75 


7.75 


7.75 


19.40 


11.60 



36.90 



18.40 



7.75 


7.75 


7.75 


7.75 


27.10 


13.60 


21.30 


10.70 


27.10 


13.60 


41.70 


20.40 


34.90 


17.40 


44.60 


22.30 


34.90 


17.40 


41.70 


20.40 


343D 


17.40 


44.60 


22.30 


34.90 


17.40 


7.75 


7.75 


48.50 


24.30 


48.50 


24.30 



J857/J657 
J885/J685 



J858/J658 



J859/J659 
J887/J687 
J860/J660 



J861/J661 
J862/J662 
J864/J664 
J865/J665 
J866/J666 



Nervous Systan 

CSF circulation - vflth Tc99m or 1-131 HSA 101.80 

- with In-Ill 261.80 

- via shunt puncture 75.60 

Brain scintigraphy 76.60 

Respiratory Systan 

Perfusion ling scintigraphy .,,,„,,....,„,„,,„„„„„„ 72,70 

Ventilation lung scintigraphy 91,10 

Perfusion and ventilation scintigraphy - sane day 145,40 

Miscellaneous 

Radionuclide l>nphangiogr3n 95,00 

Ocular tunour localization 64,00 

Tear Duct scintigraphy 82,40 

Total body cotrting 159,00 

Tomography (SPECT) 36,90 



35.90 
41.70 
39.70 
28,10 



33,90 
33,90 
43.60 



50.40 
56.20 
40.70 
45.60 
21.30 



17.40 
20.40 
19.40 
13.60 



17.40 
17.40 
21.30 



25.20 
28.10 
20.40 
23.30 
10.70 



^W 



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O. Reg. 215/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 1911 

NUCLEAR rCDICirC - IN VIVO 
Code 

CLINICW. PROCEOKES ASSOCIATED WITH OMCNOSnC NUCLEAR KDICItC PROCEDURES 

Such procaliral Oenefits are intended for the professional service of placing an instrunent or 
introducing diagnostic radiophannaceuticals. They are not intended to be used for simple sitocutaneous , 
intramjscular or intravenous iryection nor for oral achiinistration. Rather than doU)le listing the 
procedures and benefits in this part of the fee schedule, physicians are directed to the followng 
reference points in the schedule. 

a) Intravenous iryection for peripheral venography - G376 or G379 on page 59 

b) Intra-articul ar injections - S370 on page 58 

c) Ifvjection into CSF spaces or shirt apparatus - ZaOl or Z821 on page 145 

d) Arterial pincture - G479 on pages 49 S 51 

e) Paracentesis in coryinction with sfuit patency study - Z590 on page 124 

NUCLEAR lOICirC - IN VIITO (see Radioassays irder Laboratory tfedicine.) 



asT 



621 



1912 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 215/86 

RADIATION ONCOLOGY CnCRAPEUnC RADIOLOGY) 

Code RADIG7VERAPY (Including "ftierapeutic Isotopes) 

The listed benefits are for the professional services of a certified therapeutic radiologist, the 
services of a specialist for the intracavitary or interstitial application of radiun or sealed 
sources and the services of a specialist using non-sealed sources of radioisotopes in a labor- 
atory authorized by the Atomic Energy Control Board of Canada. Other medical services to the 
patient are not included in these figures. The cost of material is additional. 
Note: (1)X301, )G02, X304 S X322 nay not be claimed from OHIP by the staff of 0C7RF Cancer Centres or 
OCI/PW. 
(2)X305, X306, X323, X324, X334 - May only be performed on an inpatient and when done in 
hospital , this service is a hospital charge and cannot be claimed frxm OHIP 
(see Bulletin #4070). When done in an OCTRF Cancer Centre, may be claimed from OHIP by all 
physicians, including certified therapeutic radiologists, 

Ta£RADIOT>CRAPY 

ftkjor treatment planning (150 KVP or higher), dosage calculation and preparation of 
X301 any special treatment de/ice 51.00 

Teleradiotherapy - x-ray, 151 KVP or higher, radiun, cobalt, cesiun betatron linear 

X302 accelerator - benefit per treatment visit 13.10 

X304 Minor teleradiotherapy - x-ray, 150 KVP or less - benefit per treatment visit 8.60 

Intracavitory contact x-ray therapy including sigroidoscopy or proctoscopy - first 

X305 application 122.10 

X306 repeat application 61.10 

Note: For minor teleradiotherapy adninistered by other than certified therapeutic 
radiologists, use the listing inder Diagnostic and Therapeutic Procedures. 

R/CIUM A(C RADIOISOTOPES (sealed sources) 

Treatment planning, dosage calculation and preparation of any special treatment 

X322 device 51.00 

Intracavitary application of radiim or sealed sources including dilatation and curet- 
tage carried out at the same time as application 

X323 - first application 151.20 

X334 - repeat application 75.60 

X324 Interstitial application of radiun or sealed radioisotope 150JD5 

X325 Application of radium or radioisotope plaque or mould 46.40 

Note: X326 may be claimed as an in or outpatient service. 

If claimed as inpatient service, follow directions in Note (2) above. 

If claimed as outpatient sen/ice, allow to all listed physicians. 

Paynent for outpatient services must be made to the registered Department of 

Radiology, in the case of a hospital , even though there is no technical ccmponent 

listed. 

RADIOISOTOPES (non-sealed sorces) 

The following benefits include treatment planning, dosage calculation and preparation 
of materials. Appropriate visit and procedural benefits (e.g. paracentesis) may be 
claimed in addition. Thyroid benefits (X326, X327, X335) include a*rinistration(s) 
within any three month period. 

X326 Thyroid ma1 ignancy 67.40 

X327 Hyperthyroidign 61.40 

X335 Induction of hypothyroidisn 61.40 

X336 Prostate malignancy 61.40 

X328 Polycythaemia 35.80 

X329 Nfetastatic disease of bone 55.80 

X330 Ascites and/or pleural effusion(s) due to malignancy 43.70 

X332 Arthritis - single or multiple site 28.80 

X333 Metastatic disease with radioactive lynphogram 43.70 



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O. Reg. 215/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 1913 

DIAQOSnC RWIOLŒT 

Colum T - The benefit for radiological eicairinatlan incluring the production of radiograc#B, s*4çl- 
ying of artrast aedia, aooaratus, pranises, tecflnical sconces, aomnistration ana collection costs. 

Colum P - T>ie Denefit for consultation between raaiologist ana referrinç frvsician, fltoroscopy, in- 
terretation of raolograons and fluoroscopic findings ana sujervision of x-ray services by a radioiggist. 

Technical fees for Drocedures performed in a hospital outpatient diagnostic 

radiology départirent will be paid at 90.51% of the technical fee listed iithis 

Schedule of Benefits. 

Private offices and hospital out-patient debarments will bill Colmn T pits P. 

Men coding tlie total benefit ice suffix A; t*ien cooing ine tearical portion on\y use suffix B; W«n 
coding the professional portion only use suffix C. 

Radiologists should use Coluwi P as a guideline for negotiating renreration wixn hosoitals. 

Benefits for clinical procedires related to x-ray exarrinations are listed in tte follokong section, 
or inier Diagnostic and Therapeutic or Surgical Proceoires. 'ainical Proceojies". in tnis cnntott, are 
those by WiicTi artrast radia are introduced, etcept oral or rectal asm ni strati on fbr study of the ali- 
mentary tract, and intravenoiB iryections, rfiich are an integral part of the stuly, p a -fa a al by the phy- 
sician collecting the benefit for the pmrpnire. 

If less than aininun nunaer of vievs are per f onneJ. reaxe listed fees by 251. 

If the examinations rfiich are requested by the referring physician yield abnornai finoings or if they 
«juld yield inforwation Uiich in the opinion of the raoiologist Mxjid be insuffiCTerc. gwemed by the 
neeas of the patient and the requirarents of the referring pnysician, tJie radiologist ay add firtner 
vi»6 and cfarçe for than (if listed). 

Fee Schedule Interpretations 

• 1. Wen a radiologist is asked to x-ray one extrerrity cniy, no additional cnarge snould be lade for 
caroarison x-rays initiated by the radiologist. 

2. Necrrctaaoçraony is coverea by the listings for intr^venois pjeiogran ana plamcran. 

3. A stereo pair is to be carted as tw vie**, 

4. No extra claim should be charged for rapid seouence I.yj>. 

5. It) aoûitioral claim is «rrantad for the use of the inage intensifier in diaovstic raaiology. 

6. Fluroscoçy claims snould not be sicnritted for any examnation perfonnea by cne raoiologist wnere 
fluoroscopy is generally neaaroea as an integral part of the ewminations e^g. «arrirztions of the 6.1. 
trïct, irinary tract, special proceaires. 

7. "Color>-air contrast" nay be clamea *ter\ per fo nnea according to generally aocastea criteria. The 
colon snxjid be scrupulously prepared. Five to eight full six viete of the aboonen stxjld be cotained 
after fluoroscooically controlled intmmrtion of air and bariun. 

8. 'Qesconagis, stowch ana auooenun, ooojle artrast* presuccoses the i mu Ju cTi on of gas, tte use 
of antifoan agent and a suitaole bariun mixture. 

9. AbacnÉn and chest stixlies should not be routinely done and claioed in gastroirxescinal exanin»- 
tions. 

10. Three or «ore view of the chest should not be done routinely and claœo Wen a cnest exasina- 
tion is reojested. 

11. Oest stixlies should not be routinely done and claiaed in manmograony cases. 

12. ^bsal ocnes or accessory nasal sinuses should not be routinely clained in sku:! aamnotion 
reouests. 

13. ^tajnen *xl/or pelvis snould not be routinely clained in luioar spine exarainarion requests. 

14. A sjrvey film of the abdoren is a single view. The oraering of acritional fisrs snuld be left 
to the aiscretion of tne radiologist ttv should have the po«^ to determne vrat exarination is aoequate 
for a specific patient. Qjviously, if progress of a lorn uce is oeing follo«c. a survey film is 
sufficient. If, honever, an intestinal oostnjction is aeing foUoed, a single filw is usually 
inaoeouate. 

15. Convertional films of the spine snould not be routinely oone ana claimea for aefore «çielograorry. 
The necessity of having plain film stuiies of the soine prior to interpreting the «ç^'oçraorric stuiies is 
ODvious. It is not essential , hoover, that these be oone at lie inst'.tution wiers t?« fwelooram tes 
oone. If tney nave oen oone at an outsioe office, then it Is a rattsr for the raaiolog-ist ano the refer- 
ring pnysician to note the films availaole. If tney cannot x mace availaoie to the «-aaioiogist, it is 
an acceptable practice for him to oo tne reouirea examnation c: nese areas arc to claim for men so 
trat tney «ay be availaole for interpretation along wit.T tne rnyeiograpnic stuay. 

16. Pharyru and œsoonaçus (cine or vioeotaoej - XlOô snould not be clainea routinely «nth XlOB am 
009 but only *«n specifically inoicataa. 

17. Urcar or luicosacral soine (X02B) does not inclire tne ^rz'.re sacrun. An ooTrination of the 
sacruntray œ carried out arra claimed for only ttvr soecifically incic2tec. 

18. )Ô06 and X007 are net ootn to oe rourineiy claTmea on the sane oatient but oriy Mien specifically 
oroerea. 

IS. A aaxinjii of t« corouted tonoçraony examinations oer patient per aay «ay be ciained. 

2C. ÛBciex neaa C7 Scans are meant to be mjiti planer (mjlti airectional) neaa C7 Scars - to incluae 
ore or acre of the following areas: pituitary fossa, posterior fossa, internal auJiTrry leati , orbits 
art: related strxtires, the tanooral bone arxl its contents and the tarooranandioular ^ints. X400, X401 
and X188 are not to be billed in addition to those fees for aaolex heaa stinies. 

21. All oenefits listed apply to irilateral exauinations irless otnerwise suecifiec. 

22. Gars for X-ray services. t*ien referred by an Qsteooath, Oiirœodist or Oiraoraoor to a pri- 
vate X-ray facility are not benefits of OHIP. 

23. Oaims ftr X-ray services, Wen referred by and Osteopath or Oiiropraccor to a hosoital out- 
patient depamnent are benefits. 

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O. Reg. 215/86 



DIAGNOSTIC RADIOiKY 
Code T 

Head and Neck 

XOOl Skull - four views 28.75 

X009 - five or more views 35.80 

X0Q3 Sella turcica (when skull not examined) 14.30 

X004 Facial bones - mininun of three views 20.90 

X005 Nose - minimuD of two views 14.30 

X006 Nbndible - minimim of three views (uni or bilateral) 20.90 

X012 - four or more views 28.75 

TanpofXïTBndibular joints - mininun of four views including open and closed 

X007 mouth views 20.90 

X008 Sinuses - minimun of three views 20.90 

XOIO Mastoids - bilateral - minimun of six views 27.60 

XOll Internal auditory meati (when skull not examined) 20.90 

N.C. Teeth, up to 1/4 set NJ\.B. 

NX. Teeth, up to 1/2 NJ\.B. 

N.C. Teeth, full set NJ\.B. 

N.C. Teeth, bite wing NJ\.B. 

X016 Eye, for foreign body 14.20 

X017 Eye, for localization, additional 14.70 

X018 Optic foramina 16.10 

X019 Salivary gland region 13.20 

X020 Neck for soft tissues - minimun of two views 13.20 

Spine and Pelvis 

X025 Cervical spine - two or three views 24.90 

X202 - four or five views 32.05 

X203 - six or more views 38.80 

X027 Thoracic spine - two views 22.80 

X204 - three or more views 29.90 

X028 Luitar or lurtxsacral spine - two or three views ................ 24.90 

X206 - four or five views 32.05 

X206 - six or more views 38.90 

X032 Entire spine - (scoliosis series) minimun of four views 51.55 

- Orthoroentgenograni (3 foot film) 

X033 - single view 20.90 

X031 - two or more views 28.70 

X034 Sacrun and/or coccyx - two vievc 24.00 

X207 - three or more views 29.90 

X035 Sacro-iliac joints - two or three views 20.90 

X208 - four or more views 27,90 

X036 Pelvis and/or hip(s) - one view 14.30 

- two views (e.g. A.P. and frog view, 
both hips; 

X037 or A.P. both hips plus lateral one hip, 26.70 

- three or more views (e.g. pelvis and sacro- 
iliac joints, or A.P. both hips plus lateral 

X038 each hip) 30.70 

Upper Extrenities 

X045 Clavicle - two views 14.30 

X209 - three or more views 22.05 

Acranioclavicular joints (bilateral) with or without weighted distraction 

X046 - two views 20.90 

X210 - three or more views 28.50 

X047 Sternoclavicular joints - (bilateral) - two or three views 17.20 

X211 - four or more vievc 24.80 

X048 Shoulder - two views 17.20 

X212 - three or more views 24.80 

X049 Scapula - two views 17.20 

X213 - three or more views 24.80 

X050 Hunerus - incliding one joint - two views 14 JO 

X214 - three or more views 22.00 

X051 Elbow - two views 14.30 

X215 - three or four views 22.00 

X216 - five or more views 29.70 

X052 Forearm - -including one joint - two views 14.30 

X217 - three or more views 22.JO 

X053 M-ist - two or three views 14.30 



9.60 
11.90 
4.60 
7.50 
4.60 
7.50 
9.60 

7.50 
7.50 

10.40 
7.50 

NJ\.B. 

NJ\.B. 

NJ\.B. 

NJ\.B. 
6.65 

17.10 
6.65 
5.75 
5.75 



5.75 
7.70 
9.50 
5.75 
7.60 
5.75 
7.70 
9.60 
15.10 

7.50 
9.50 
4.60 
7.60 
7.50 
9.50 
4.60 



6.65 



7.50 



4.60 
6.60 

7.50 
9.50 
5.75 
7.60 
5.75 
7.60 
5.75 
7.60 
4.60 
6.60 
4.60 
6.60 
8.50 
4.60 
5.00 
4.60 



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OIAOOSnC RAOIQLdGY 

Code T P 

\)pper Extramtles - Cont'd. 

X218 - for or more vieMS ?2J3i 6J90 

XG64 Ham - two or three viae 14J0 4^ 

X219 - for or more viae 22jOO 6.60 

X(S6 W-ist and hand - tto or three views 20.90 9.50 

XZa) - f(xr or more viens 26.60 11.30 

Xa66 Finger or thuib - two views IIJO 3J0 

X221 - three or nnre views 14 JO 4.60 

L»er Extremities 

X060 Kip - (inilateral) - tM> or more vietfi 22.a0 5.75 

Ja063 Fenr, including one Joint - tMO views 14.30 4.60 

X223 - three or nnre views 22.00 6.60 

X065 Knee (incluHng patella) - two views 14J0 4.60 

X224 - tirœ or foir viae ................................ 22JM 6.60 

XZ2S - five or more viete 29J0 8.50 

XQ66 Tibia and fibula (inclixKng one Joint) - tw vie» 14J0 4.60 

X226 - tivee or more views ...,'. 22.00 6.60 

XD67 Ankle - tw or three viae 14J0 4.60 

X2Z7 - foir or nore views .................................................... 22JX) 6.60 

XOeS Calcaneus - tw viae 14J0 4.60 

)(22B - three or onre views 22ilO 6.60 

JC069 Rnt - tM) or three viae 14J0 4.60 

X229 - four or more views ..................................................... 22JI} 6.60 

X072 Toe - t»o vie*6 11.10 33) 

X230 - three or nore views 14J0 4.60 

X064 Leg length studies (Orthoroentgenogran) 20J0 7.50 

Skeletal Surveys 

Skeletal sirvey for bone age, 

«£7 - single film :.......................... 14J0 4.60 

X058 - two or nore films or views 21.00 7.60 

Other svrvey stulies - e.g., rheunatoid, metatxjlic or metastatic 

XD80 - basic 7J0 2.40 

«Bl - plus per film or view 7.10 2.40 

Oiest 

N.C. Niniattre chest film - for arv^ pirposes only N.AJB. N.A.B. 

)C090 Single film 14J0 4.60 

xœi Two viae 21.10 7.60 

X092 Three or nore views 27i)5 9J£ 

)(G39 Ribs - tw or more viae 17.20 5.75 

X040 Stemua - two or more views 17.20 5.75 

X096 Thoracic inlet - tvo or more view 14J0 4.60 

AbdoRn 

XlOO Single view 14J0 4.60 

XlOl Two or nore views 213) 6.65 

G J. Tract 

nœ Palatophaongeal analysis (cine or videotape) 28J5 18.90 

X106 Pharynx and oesophagus (cine or videotape) 28J5 183) 

XU)7 Oesophagus - t^ien X103, )a04, XlOB or X109 not billed 25.70 123) 

X108 Oesophagus, staiach and duodenun - inclixling sirvey film if taken 443) 213) 

Oesophagus, stomach and duodenun - doible contrast, including survey film, if 

X104 taken 46J5 243) 

Oesophagus, stomach and duodenun - doiDle contrast, including sirvey film, if 

nos taken, «1 snail bowel 583) 30.40 

X109 Oesoptagus, stanach and snail bowel 563) 28.40 

aiD Hypotonic duodenogram 373) 183) 

Xlll Small bo»el only- >rfien only examination performed diring patient's visit 25.70 123) 

X112 Colon - bariuB enema (including sirvey film, if taken) 46.40 193) 

X113 colon - air contrast, primary or secondary, including sirvQr films 

if takai 58.70 253) 

X114 Gallbladder (one or nultiple day exaninations) %.75 93) 

X120 &11b1adder ((y« X iBiltiple day examinat-ons with preliminary plain film) 383) 93) 



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DIAGNOSTIC R/«IOLOGY 



Code 



G.I. Tract - Cont'd. 



X116 T-Tube cholangiogram 20.90 7.50 

X117 Operative cholangiogram 20.90 7.50 

X118 Intravenous cholangiogram 47.60 17.05 

X123 Operative pancreatogran or EJ^.C.P 20.90 7.50 

G. U. Tract 

X129 Retrograde pyelogram, unilateral or bilateral 20.90 7.50 

X130 Intravenous pyelogram including preliminary film 47.65 19.00 

X137 Cystogran (catheter) 22.90 5.75 

X135 Cystounethrogram, stress or voiding (catheter) 26.50 11.30 

X131 Cystourethrogram (non-catheter) 5.60 3.85 

X191 Intestinal conduit examination or nephrostogram 20.90 7.50 

X138 Percutaneous antegrade pyelogram 20.90 7.50 

X139 Percutaneous nephrostoiiy 20.90 7.50 

X134 Urethrogran (retrograde) 17.20 5.75 

X136 Vasogram 17.20 5.75 

Obstetrics and Gynaecology 

X143 Survey film 14.30 4.60 

X144 Pelvinetry 20.90 7.50 

X146 Any conbination of above 36.10 11.30 

X147 Hysterosalpingogran 28.70 9.50 

X148 Intra-uterine foetal transfusion - radiological control 37.90 18.90 

Fluoroscopy - by physician with or urithout spot films 

X196 Chest B.90 9.50 

X196 Skeleton 8.90 9.50 

X197 *danen B.90 9.50 

Fluoroscopic control of clinical procedures done by another physician per 

X189 1/4 hour 7.00 15.90 

Special Examinations 

X155 Abdominal or pelvic pneunogram 38.40 9.50 

/Vigiography 

- by catheterization 

- abdaninal, thoracic, cervical or cranial 

- using single films 

X179 norvselective 28.70 9.50 

X180 selective (per vessel to max. of 4) 37.90 18.90 

X181 - using film changer, Cine or multiformat camera non-selective 57.30 18.90 

X182 selective (per vessel to a max. of 4) 7633 28.40 

X140 selective (6 or more vessels) UC. I.C. 

X178 Intravenous angiocardiography - vrith quantification - 28.70 

X172 - vflthout quantification - 21.50 

Carotid angiogram - direct puncture 

X160 - irilateral ■ 47.00 28.40 

X161 - bilateral 75.60 42.70 

Peripheral angiogram 

X174 - LTilateral 28.70 9.50 

X175 - bilateral 37.90 18.90 

X198 Splenoportogran 56.90 18.90 

X199 Transi uitar aortogram 56.90 18.90 

Vertebral angiogram - direct pircture 
or retrograde brachial iryection 

X132 - milateral 47.00 28.40 

X133 - bilateral 76.90 42.70 

X156 Arthrogram,tenogram or bursogran 25.20 20.90 

- with fluoroscopy and complete 

X200 positioning throughout by physician 35.30 30.40 

X157 Bone density (mineral content) measurenent 32.20 15.10 

X158 Bronchogran - unilateral 28.20 18.90 

X159 - bilateral 37.40 28.40 

X162 Cerebral stereotaxis 57.30 18.90 

X122 Cholangiogram, percutaneous trans-hepatic 28.40 14.20 



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OIAOOSnC (UOIOLOGY 

Code T P 

X400 -head - irittfli I.V. contrast - 36^ 

X4Q1 -witti I.V. artrast - S4J6 

X188 -with and without I.V. contrast ............................................ - 63.40 

X«E -complex head (See Prearmle Para 20) - >flthout I.V. contrast - 54J5 

X«6 - with I.V. contrast ............................ - 63.40 

X40B - with and without I.V. contrast - 72.50 

X403 -neck -without I.V. contrast - 36.20 

X404 -with I.V. contrast - 54J5 

X124 -with mi without I.V. contrast - 63.40 

X4Q6 -thorax - without I.V. contrast - 54JS 

)(407 -with I.V. contrast - 63.40 

X125 -with and without I.V. contrast ~. - 72.50 

X409 -ibOamen - without I.V. contrast - 72.50 

X410 -with I.V. contrast - 81.50 

X126 -with and without I.V. contrast - %^ 

X412 -extrairities (one or iwre) - without I.V. contrast - 36.20 

X413 -with I.V. contrast ....................................................... - 64J6 

X127 -with and without (.V. contrast ............................................ - 63.40 

X415 -spine -without I.V. contrast ».... - 72.50 

X416 -with I.V. contrast - 81.50 

X128 -with and without I.V. contrast - %.60 

X151 Cordotaiy, percutaneous *^JXi 28.40 

X163 Oacrocystogran ^.70 9.50 

X164 Discograi^s) - one or none levels 2B.20 18.90 

X167 Fistula or sinus irvjection 20.90 7.50 

X169 L3*inogran, planigra*, toiogran 38.40 9.50 

X170 Laryngoy» 28.20 18J0 

X171 L)in*w»gioyai *7.60 183) 

Xise Ptnary ductograpny 20.90 7.50 

X184 Hiiy i J i - ifiilateral ^3) 10.40 

xm - bilateral «. 35.40 15.70 

X186 - ising xeroradiography - trilateral ........................ 29.50 10.40 

X187 - bilateral ......................... 45J0 15.70 

X150 Nechanical ei/aluation of knee 24.50 13J0 

X193 Nicroradioscofy of the hands 14J0 9.50 

X173 f^lograa (spine araVor postenor fossa) 33J0 22.80 

X190 Pantangraphy 17.20 5.75 

X154 Penis 15.40 2jS0 

X165 Wp t ogr a phic stDtraction - 9.50 

X176 Sialoyan 28.70 9.50 

X177 Scin thicxness Teasirement ~ 15.10 7.50 

X183 Ventriculograw ..............................................................~ 47^0 28.40 

X166 Exomnation using portable machine :n ha«e, add to first exaiiination only...... 60.80 

Note: This code does not apply to the use of a portable nachine in a 

hospital . Can only be claiaed once per day regardless of the nuiter 

of people x-rayed in the sane has. 

fwaenc RESQNWΠiMiGire 

The following professional fees should be interpreted in the spirit of the 
definition of colum P as set out in the Diagnostic Radiology Preatole. 

X421 -head - imltislice S.E. (1 or 2 echos) ........................................ - 52.fl0 

WZ - nul tisl ice I Jl. - 34.20 

X425 - repeat (another plane, different pulse sequence - max. 2) - 26J0 

MSI -fscx -lultislice S.E. (1 or 2 echos) - 52.50 

X432 - liultislice I Jl. - 34.20 

X435 - repeat (another plane, different pulse sequence - rax. 2) - 26J0 

X441 -thorax - «iltislice S.E. (1 or 2 echos) „. - 6U0 

X442 - tnjltislice IJ? - 52.60 

X445 - repeat (another plane, different pulse sequence - lax. 2) ........... - 30.60 

M61 -dtxkMn - nultislice S.E. (1 or 2 echos) ....« - 61 JO 

X462 - Hultislice IJU ..~ - 52.60 

X466 - repeat («nther plane, different pulse sequence - tox. 2) .......... - 30.60 

X461 -pelvis - «iltislice S.E. (1 or 2 echos) ...................................... - 61J0 

X462 -lultislice IJi - 52.60 

X465 - repeat (another plane, different pulse seqjence - nax. 21 - 30.60 

X471 -ottramties -wltisl ice S.E. (1 or 2 echos) ................................. - 52.60 

X472 -iwiltislice IJl - 34.20 

X475 - repeat (another plane, different pulse sequence - max. 2) - 26J0 

X481 -spine - mltislice %£. (1 or 2 echos) ....................................... - 61 JO 

X482 - nul tisl ice I Jl. - 52.60 

X485 - rqjeat (anther plane, different pulse sequence - lax. 2) ............ - 30.60 

X486 *en gating is perfomed, add 301 to listed fee 

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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 215/86 



CLINICAL PROCOXRES, ASSOCIATE} WITH 
DIAGNOSTIC RADIOLOGICAL EXAMINATIONS 

Note: 1. Tbese procedural fees are intended to cover compensation for the professional service 
of placing an instrunent and introducing contrast media if done (except oral or 
rectal adninistration for study of the alimentary tract). Injection of materials to 
enhance the effect of contrast media is included in the procedure benefits. 

2. Radiological charges are additional: see similar entries under DIAGNOSTIC RADIOLOGY. 

3. Where similar procedures are done for diagnostic physiological studies of non-radio- 
logical hature, e.g. cardiac catheteri2ation or intra-arterial infusion, they are 
listed separately under Surgery or Diagnostic and Therapeutic Procedures. See Index. 

Code Spec. Anaes 

Angiography 

- by catheterization 

- abdominal , thoracic, cervical or cranial 

Insertion of catheter (including cut dov*i, if necessary) and iryection, if 

JCei given 89.00 5 

Selective catheterization - add to catheter insertion fee (per vessel to 

J022 naximun of four) , each 44.60 

Selective catheterization (spinal and parathyroid angiography) - add to 

J014 catheter insertion fee - per vessel each 22.25 

("Selective" means manipulation of the catheter fron the vessel of intro- 
duction into a branch, tributary, or cardiac chamber with angiograni(s)). 

J031 Carotid angiogram - direct pircture 71.00 5 

J019 Non-selective intravenous angiocardiography, including quantification 89.00 5 

Transluninal angioplasty including angiography with or without pressure 

J025 measuranents - one or more sites or vessels 232.10 5 

Note: J021 « J022 may not be claimed with J025 

JCM8 Percutaneous trans-hepatic catheter portal vaiography 181.10 5 

J027 Peripheral arteriogram - direct pincture 44.60 4 

J026 Peripheral venogram - direct puncture 35.80 4 

Selective comnary catheterization including angiogram, see G293 and 
G297, page 52 

J033 Splenoportogran 71.00 4 

J034 Trans- liiitiar aortogram 71.00 5 

J032 Vertebral angiogram - direct puncture or by retrograde brachial iryection 71.00 5 

Eirtwlization e.g. for treatment of henangicma or renal carcinana 

- first vessel, charge appropriate angiographic procedural and 

J040 radiological fees plus 61J0 

J047 - each addition vessel catheterized and occluded, per vessel 28.75 

Intra-arterial infusion of drugs e.g. for control of gastrointestinal 
haemrrhage - charge appropriate angiographic procedural and radio- 

J023 logical fees plus a per dian supervision fee of 17.20 

J085 Pressure measuranents during angiography 17.20 

JOOl Arthrogram, tenogram or bursogram 17.20 4 

Biliary duct calculus manipulation etc. - see Z562 on page 132. 

J024 Bronchial brushing - trilateral 71.00 6 

d044 - bilateral 106.60 6 

JC02 Bronchogram - trilateral 21.30 6 

J043 - bilateral 32.10 6 

J003 Bronchogram with intra- tracheal catheter - unilateral 43.40 6 

J042 - bilateral 65.00 6 

J050 Carotid or vertebral artery occlusion by detachable balloon - percutaneous 195JX) 

J005 Dacrocystogran 26.50 4 

J006 Discogram - one disc 61.30 4 

JOSO - each additional disc 31.50 

J049 Entol izati on of spinal arteriovenous malformation - percutaneous 278.60 5 

JQ86 Fistula or sinus ir\jection 17.20 

J008 H/sterosalpingogram 35.80 4 

J004 Intranamary needling for localization under mammographie control 26.50 

InttiJation of srall intestine - see Z540 on page 129. 

J009 Laryngogran 2U0 

JOIO Lyphang-ogratn - per s^ide 61.30 

J037 l^tnnary ductography 26.50 

JOll Myelogram 61.30 4 

- with supine vievc requiring rénovai and re-inroduction of spinal 

J038 needle, add 17.20 

JGZO - with posterior fossa vieve, add 17.20 



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aiWCAL PROCeXllES, ASSœiATED WTH 
DIAQOSnC RADIOLOGICAL EXAMMnCMS 

Code Spec. Anaes 

J012 Nejjhrotomgra» - ^ 

JW5 Percutaneous antegrade p»elogram ^1.00 4 

J065 Peraitaneous Gastrostony , 130.40 - 

J(M6 Percutaneous nephrostaiy ISO."* 4 

J0*1 Ftercutaneous remwal of intravascular foreign bodies 171.95 IX. 

JOBI Percutaneous spinal cord pmctu^e for syringogram 60J0 4 

J013 Percutaneous trans-hepatic cholangiogram 61 JO 4 

J015 Peritoneal pneunogra* 26.50 ^ 

J062 ftjsitive contrast cistemogram ^9J0 4 . 

J0I7 Presacral insufflation *4.60 4 

J039 teal cyst ptfictire 71 JO 4 

J018 Sialogran 26J0 4 

J007 Toiograii • * ** 

Urethrogran, urethrocystogran, or intestinal conduit exawination, nephros^ 

J0Z8 togra*. cystograrn 17 JO 

JŒ9 Vasograp ^7.40 4 



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DIAGNOSTIC ULTRASON) 

T and P Coluims should be interpreted in the spirit of the first two paragraphs on page 32, 
but without 1 imiting the performance of these tests to suitably trained physicians of any one 
specialty. Furthemwre, the physician must be physically available to approve, modify or 
intervene in the examination as required or the examination must be completely recorded by 
video/computer methods and reviewed in its entirety by the physician. No fee (either professional 
or technical) may be charged if the physician's only involvanent is the interpretation of hard 
copy (films). 
Notes: A-Mode-impl ies a one-dimensional ultrasonic measuranent procedure. 

M-HxJe- implies a one-dimensional ultrasonic measuraient procedure vAth movanent of the 

trace to record amplitude and velocity of moving echo- producing structures. 
Scan B-MDde- implies a two-dimensional ultrasonic scanning procedure vrith a 

two-dimensional display. All ultrasoind examinations include a pennanent record 
and interpretative report. 
The total benefit is arrived at by adding T plus P. When coding the total benefit use 
suffix A; when coding the technical portion only use suffix B; when coding the 
professional portion only use suffix C. 

Code Head and Neck T P 

JlOO Echoencephalography - midline, A-mode ..................................... $ - 4.10 

J122 Brain - complete, B-mode 41.60 243) 

Echography-ophthalmic (excluding vascular study) 

J102 Quantitative, A-mode 21.10 31.80 

J103 B-scan immersion 41.30 42.30 

J107 B-scan contact 20.90 20.95 

J108 Bioretry (Axial length - A-mode) 27.40 21.30 

J105 Face and/or neck (excluding vascular study) 41.60 24.80 

J106 Paranasal sinuses, A-mode 5.70 2.40 

Heart - echocardiography (see listings on page 54) 

Thorax 
J125 chest masses, pleural effusion - A & B-mode 42.85 25.60 

Abdanen and Retroperitoneun 
J135 Abdaninal scan, complete 42.85 25.60 

/tidominal scan, limited study (e.g. gallbladder only, aorta only or follcw-up 
J128 study) 28.30 16.90 

Pelvis 

J159 Pregnancy, coiplete 42.85 25.60 

J162 Pelvic, conplete 42.85 25.60 

Pelvis or pregnancy, limited study (e.g. fetal age determination, placeo- 
J163 tal localization, I.U.C.D. localization) 28.30 16.90 

Vascular Systan 

Extra-cranial vessel assesanent (bilateral carotid and/or sibclavian and/or 

J190 vetebral arteries) - Ooppler scan or B scan 37.50 17.90 

J191 - frequency analysis 37.60 17.90 

J192 - frequency analysis with Doppler scan 47JO 24.40 

- Duplex scan i.e. simultaneous real time, B mode imaging and spectral 

J201 analysis 58.30 34.65 

Peripheral artery evaluation (not to be billed routinely v^'th J190, J191 or 

J193 J192) - Ooppler scan or B scan, unilateral 19.45 14.80 

J194 - frequency analysis, unilateral 13.00 12.20 

J195 - frequency analysis with Ooppler scan, iri lateral 24.40 20.40 

- Duplex scan i.e. simultaneous real time, B-mode imaging and spectral 

J202 analysis, unilateral 29.10 17.30 

Venous assessnent (bilateral - includes assesanent of femoral, popliteal and 

posterior or tibial veins with appropriate functional manoeuvres and 

pennanent record) not chargeable during surgery or during patient's post ; 

J198 operative stay in hospital 6.50 10.35 | 



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1921 

oi;»osnc ultrasoutc 

Code T P 

Vascular laboratory fees 

Ankle pressire détermination - not chargeable diring sirgery or diring Oie 
J199 patients' post operative stay in hospital - 8J0 

Ankle pressure meas;ranents «fl'th segrental pressire recoraings and/or 
J2CI0 pulse volune recoraings ano/or Dopp'er recordings 18J30 223) 

Ankle presstre measuranents »flth exercise and/ or quantitative Teasire- 

J196 nents added to the above JJXi 10.80 

J197 Penile pressire recordings - t*o or more pressures 6.10 8,10 

Miscellaneous 

JiaO Echography for placanent of radiation therapy fields, scan a-node 30.95 19.70 

J182 Extranities - per lint) (excluding vascular study) 203) 12.40 

J127 Breast - scan B-mode (per breast) 203) 12.40 

J183 Testicular scan - per testis 203) 12.40 

Ultrasonic guidance of biopsy, aspiration, amniocentesis or drainage 

J149 procedures (one physician only) 413) 243) 



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POIOWRY RfCnON STUDIES 

Colum T - The benefit for testing including supplying of equipment, premises and technical ser- 
vices. 

ColLTin P - the benefit for professional services including responsibility for quality control and 

technician training, interpretation of the results of the tests, and consultation betveen the physician 

responsible for the tests and the referring physician concerning the results of the test. 

Notes: 1. The total benefit is obtained by adding colums T and P together. l*ien coding the total 

benefit use suffix A; when coding the technical portion use only suffix B; when coding the 

professional portion only use suffix C. 

2. The benefits for J301, J324, J304 and J327 must be performed with a pemanent record and 
represent the best of three recorded test results with or* without bronchodilator. 

3. Vital capacity, J301, and flow volune loop, J304, cannot be claimed at the same time. 

4. Each of the following tests designated by an individual code nuiter is considered to be 
specific and requires individual ordering. 

5. Exercise assessnent (J315, E450, E451, J316, J317) requires a physician to be in atten- 
dance at all times. 

6. J309 and J310 cannot be claimed at the same time. 

Code T P 

Vital capacity, FEV, , FEV,/FVC with or without ft€FR{FEF 2&-75) calcul a- 

J301 tion 1. $ 8J0 $ 6.20 

J324 Repeat J301 after bronchodilator 2.50 2.50 

J304 Row volune loop (FVC, FEV,, FEV,/FVC, '7^, 9oc) 16.60 1133 

J327 Repeat J304 after bronchodilator' ïi..... 2.50 2.50 

J311 Finctional residual capacity by gas dilution method 14.50 12.80 

J307 Fmctional residual capacity by body pi ethyanbgraphy 15.60 13.00 

J305 Lung caipliance (pressure volune curve of the ling from TIC to FRC) 46 JO 39.40 

Airveys resistance by plethygnography or estimated using esophageal 

J306 catheter 14.40 11.70 

J340 l^imun inspiratory and expiratory pressures 2.40 1.60 

J309 Carbon monoxide diffusing capacity by steady state at rest 9.60 7.30 

J310 Carbon monoxide diffusing capacity by single breath method 19.10 13.20 

J308 Carbon dioxide ventilatory response 17.80 11.90 

J328 Oxygen ventilatory response (physician nust be present) 17.80 17.80 

Stage I: Graded exercise to maximun tolerance exercise (must include 

continuous heart rate and ventilation at rest and at each work- 

. J315 load) 44J0 29.50 

E450 J315 plus J301 or J304 before and/or after exercise, add 11.80 6.00 

J315 plus 12 lead E.C.G. done at rest, used for monitoring during the 

E451 exercise and followed for at least 5 minutes post exercise, add 16.10 18.70 

Stage II: Repeated steady state graded exercise (must include heart rate, 
ventilation, VO2, VCCU, BP, ECG, end tidal and mixed venous 

J316 COp at rest, 3 levels of exercise and recovery) 116.70 54.70 

J317 Stage III: J316 plus arterial blood gases, pH and bicartxmate or lartate.. 154.70 93.00 

Assesanent of exercise induced asthma (workload sufficient to achieve 
heart rate 85% of predicted maximun; performance of J301 or J304 

J330 before exercise and 5-10 minutes post exercise) 29.55 17.90 

G479 Arterial pincture for blood gas analysis - 7.50 

J319 Blood gas analysis: pH, PO^, PCOo, bicartxxiate and base excess 10.00 

J318 Arterial ized venous blood Sample collection (e.g. ear lobe) 3.30 

A-a oxygen gradient requiring measurement of RQ by sampling mixed expired 

J320 gas and using alveolar air equation 24.50 9.45 

J331 Estimate of shunt (Qs/Qt) breathing pure oxygen 24.50 12.30 

J313 Mixed venous PCO^, by the rebreathing method 10.00 3.30 

J323 0- saturation by oximeter at rest, with or without 0- 9.40 4.70 

J332 CRygen saturation by oximeter at rest, at exercise or during sleep 14.20 7.20 

J334 J332 with supplemental On 21.60 10.90 

J322 Standard CL consuiption and CO- production 2333 6.20 

Non-speciffc bronchial provocative test (histamine, methyl choline, thenral 

J333 challenge) 34.40 25.30 , 

J335 Antigen challenge test 46.15 25.30 '. 

Sleep apnea (overnight) study with continuous monitoring of oxygen 
saturation and ventilation by plethysiDgraphy and with technician 
attendance during study period; to include physician attendance at set 
up, monitoring and interpretation (special visit premiims 

J339 not chargeable) 20330 108.40 

J336 Interpretation of J339 only 203.80 40.30 

Sane as J339 plus additional monitoring to stage sleep 

(e.g., E.E.G., E.O.G.) and continuous monitoring of EXJî., 

J337 add to J339 when both perfonned 122.X 40J0 

J338 Interpretation of J337 only, add to J336 when both perfonned 122J0 163) 



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DIAGNOSTIC /W MRAPEUnC PROŒDIRES 

Code With a few exceptions specifically indicated below, the listed procedural benefits are for the 
procedure(s) alone. Consultations or visit benefits when such services are rendered, oay be 
claimed in addition to the procedural benefits. 

1*M> a procedire(s) is the sole reason for a visit, add $4.20 basic fee per visit for those proce- 
dures marked {+) regardless of the nuiter of procedtres carried out during that visit. However, 

G700 if the patient visit is to a physician's office or a diagnostic facility controlled directly or 
indirectly by a physician who has examined (or is about to «anine the patient) *id referred the 
patient to such a diagnostic facility, no basic fee should be claimed irder these circonstances. 

Note: G700 is not payable to a hospital department. 
Fee Schedule Interpretations 

1. Urinalysis and other laboratory tests listed on page 59, apply when these services are perfomed 
by a ptysician in his office with or without an associated consultation or visit. The saie tests listed 
in the Ldboratory Medicine Section of the Schedule apply to licensed laboratories. 

2. Sone fees for Diagnostic and Therapeutic Procedures have the technical and professional compo- 
nents listed separately. The technical cofiponent includes the salaries of sivport staff, equipment 
depreciation or lease costs, s»jpplies and costs associated with the preparation of a written report. The 
professional caiçoneirt ixludes the clinical supervision of the diagnostic facility, interpretation of 
the test results and a vritten report. Ip*>en only one fee is listed for a service, it represents the 
professional component only. 

3. The Preanfcle applicable to Surgical Procedures also applies, viiere appropriate, to Diagnostic 
and Therapeutic Procedires. 

ALLERGY 

Note: If a patient presents for an allergy ir\jection and has an acute infec- 
tious condition, albeit of the respiratory systan, or some other 'jirelated 
condition which nould have otherwise requi"^ a separate office visit, the 
physician is entitled to charge the appropriate assesanent fee as well as the 
iryection fee. If a patient requires a brief assesanent of his allergic 
condition as well as the allergy iryection, the physician should bill the 
itvjection and basic fees. 

Proced. 

Fee Anaes. 

■•G2D0 Acute desensitization; ewg., ATS, penicillin , 7.20 

-•6201 Direct nasal tests, $1^ each, maxinun 3.78 

Hyposensitization, including assesanent and supervision (one or more 

^6aQ^ iryections) 3J5 

G212 - viwi sole reason for visit (GTOO plus G202} 7 J5 

Insect venom desensitiation ( imtrotherapy) - per injection (to a msciiun 
of 5 per patient per dian. In addition to G206, after the initial major 
assessnent, a minor or partial assesanent nay be clained once per day 

G205 if rendered 10.60 

-•G2Q3 Ophthalmic tests - direct, $1.26 each, maxinun 3.78 

-•G204 - qutfititative lOJO 

G206 Patch test, $1.26 each, maxinun of 35 per year 44.10 

$U9 each, tnaxinun of 50 per year for industrial or occipa- 

G196 tional dermatoses 69.50 

■•6207 Bronchial provocative testing - per session (limit of 6 sessions per patient) 11.50 

Skin tests provided in physician's office or hospital including physician 

GZ09 interpretation $0.63 cents each - technical component, -naxinun ......... 31.50 

G197 $0J5 cents each - professional conponent, maxtnun 7.50 

Insect venon skin testing prwided in physician's office or hospital inclu- 

G199 ding physician interpretation, $1.02 each, maxinun 30.60 

Local anaesthetic hypersensitivity skin test, $0*87 each, maxinun of 25 per 

G196 year 21.75 

G196 Penicillin hypersensitivity skin test, $0.87 each, raximun of 15 per year .. 13J& 

«•CSTICSIA 

Examnation Ihder Anaesthesia - when sole procedire perfbmed not 
otherwise listed in the Schedule. 
GaSO with or without intii}ation (diagnosis required) 43.70 4 

CARDIOVASOJU» 

Vascular Cannulation 
G479 Arterial puictire 7.50 

Cannulation of artery or central vein; e.g., for pressire measirements or 

G258 for feeding line, including cut do»r) as necessary 25.70 

G309 Uitoilical artery catheterization (incliding obtaining of blood sanple) .... 37 JO 

-IG480 Venipmcture - infant ~ 7.60 

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DIAGNOSTIC Arc MRAPEUTIC PROCEDURES 

Code 

CARDIOVASOJLAR - Cont'd. 

4G482 - child 

■*G489 - adolescent or adult 

■»G483 Therapeutic venisection 

G282 Urbilical vein catheterization (including obtaining of blood sanple) ,...., 
Insertion of Swan-Ganz catheter (not included in anaesthetic, respiratory 

G287 or critical care benefits) 

Note: When G296 is done in addition to G287 use Code G304 instead 

- when dye dilution densitonetry done in addition, add to a max. of 3 

G304 times per Swan-Ganz insertion 

Tlienial Dilution studies ( - v«hen thermal dilution studies are done in add 
G360 ition add to a maximun of 3 times per Swan &nz insertion ............ 

G398 Insertion of permanent feeding line; e.g., Hickman or Broviac catheter .... 

G399 Surgical rénovai of Hickman or Broviac catheter 

G312 Insertion of siixutaneous venous access reservoir (chenoshunt) 

G317 - revision same site 

G271 Anticoagulant supervision - long term, telephone advice - per month 

Blood Transfusions: 
G279 Indirect transfusion 

G275 Exchange transfusion (procedure only) 

Assistant at exchange transfusion (see Preamble - page x, item 36(g)) 

G280 Intra-uterine foetal transfusion - initial or siissequent 

G276 Donor cell pheresis (platelets or leukocytes) 

Therapeutic plasna exchange 

G277 Initial and repeat, to a maximiin of 5 per year, each 

G278 - more than 5 per year, each 

G272 htnual plasnapheresis 

Cardioversion: 
G285 Carxli overs ion (electrical) - limit of three sessions per patient, per day.. 

Carrliac Catheterization 

V*ien more than one procedure is carried out at one sitting, the additional 
procedures are to be charged at 50% of the listed benefits. 

Hanodynamic/FlcWffetabolic Studies 

G290 Right heart - pressures only 

G291 Left heart - retrograde aortic 

G292 - transeptal 

Dye dilution densitQmetr7 and/or thermal dilution studies - benefit covers 

G296 all studies on sane day in cath lab 

Note: When G296 is done in addition to G287 use Code G304 instead 

G299 Qxynetry 

G289 Pick detennination ........................................................ 

G300 r^tabolic studies; e.g., coronary sinus lactate and pyruvate determinations 

G301 Exerxise studies during catheterization 

G306 Isotope studies during carrliac catheterization 

G305 Intracardiac phonocardiography 

Angiography 
G297 Angiograns (any nunber of injections) 

Bypass graft angiogram (including internal mamnary artery implant) 

G509 - per graft iryection 

G293 Selective coronary catheterization - both arteries ........................ 

Note: l*ien G293 is done in addition to G297, it may be claimed as 
G293 + 5(tt of G297. 
G263 - with drug interventional studies, add ................................ 

Transluninal coronary angioplasty, including angiography with or without 
G265 pressure measuranents , one or more sites or (on a single vessel).....,., 
G262 - each actiitional vessel , add 

Percutaneous angioplasty including angiography with or without pressure 
G321 measuranents on aortic valve,pulmonic valve, pulmonary branch stenosis 
G322 - for coarctation of aorta 

El ect rophysi ol ogy/Paci ng 

G286 Endocardial mapping studies (does not include G267 or G294) 

G298 Intracardiac electrocardiography and/or atrial pacing 

G267 HIS buidle ECG 

Electrophysiologic studies (progranmed stimulation drug intervention), 

G266 with or without HIS bmdle ECG 

G294 Insertion of temporary endocardial electrode 

G254 Repositioning of tanporar^ endocardial electrode 

Endomyocardial Biopsy 
G288 Endomyocardial biopsy - transvascular, right or left , 

il 



Proced. 
Fee Anaes, 



5.15 
1.85 
7.90 
16J0 



133.90 



40.80 

40.80 
111.10 
32.30 

111.10 



3.70 



15.40 
167.80 

152,80 
12.60 

61.00 
31.10 

I.C. 



53.95 



92.55 



61.00 
219.80 



74.00 



189.00 
126 JB 
52.60 



139.80 



126 JX) 


5 


159.10 


5 


224.50 


5 


83.90 




83.90 




83.90 




83.90 




92.55 




83.90 




92.55 





326.10 5 
163.06 



393.85 8 
315.10 5 



209.90 5 
83.90 
139.80 



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DMOOSnC M€ TIBWEUnC PROCEDUIES 

Proced. 

CARDIOI/nsaJLAR - Cont'd. 

Electrocaixliography - professional conponent lujst inclule pertinent 
vritten interpretation 

G313 EXS, - professional conjonent 7.95 

^G310 - technical conponent 5.90 

ftainal stress EXJS. (exhaustion, synptans or EXjG. changes) or stlxnaximal 
stress EX.G. (to target heart rate for patient) by a standard technique - 
with tneattoll or ergtmrter and oscilloscopic continuous monitoring includ- 
ing EX.a's taken diring the procedure and resting EX.G's before and after 
the procedire - pJ^ysician nust be in attendance at all tines. The profes- 
sional ojifjurKfit includes the necessary clinical assessnent imnediately 
prior to testing. 

G315 - technical onçonent 29J0 

G319 - professional coeponent 46.50 

G316 Vector - technical caiponent 15.10 

G335 - professional conponent 8.40 

Continuous EOG Monitoring; e.g.. Halter 

Level 1 - Requires a recorder capadle of recording or analyzing all beats and 

transnitting this infomation to a scanner »*iich is capable of analyzing or 

printing every beat and also perfbniring a trend analysis on the 12 or 24 

hour tape period. 
Level 2 - Reqjires a recorder capable of recording only a portion of each 

nrirute or a predetermined time period after an abnornal co^ila is sensed. 

The scanner of this recorder is capable of aralyzing this tape and printing 

out all beats in the predetermined time period analyzing - the ST segnent, 

heart rate and ventricular pranature beat frequency. 
Level 3 - Requires a recorder capable of recording beats for only a portion of 

a minute and feeding this infomation into a scanner through an adapter 

that feeds the information through the standard EXX. lachine. 

G650 Level 1 - professional conponent 39.40 

G651 - technical conponent - recording 21J0 

0662 - scanning 29J0 

0553 Level 2 - professional conponerrt 28.55 

G664 - technical conponent - recoraing 20.30 

0655 - seaming 14.25 

0666 Level 3 - professional conponent 19X0 

0657 - technical component - recording 14.25 

0658 - scanning 9J0 

Interpretation of telephone transnitted EXX. rhythn strip 

G320 - professioral conxjnerrt (nust include pertinent uriten interpretation). 3.50 

G311 - technical conponent IJO 

Single cfartjer reprogranning ixloJIng electrocaniiography 

G2B3 - professional conponent 73) 

G284 - technical coiponent 7JS0 

Dual chamber reprograwring including electrcardiograohy 

Giao - professional conponent 11.66 

G181 - technical conponent 10J6 

Pacenaker pulse wave aralysis including eiectnacardiography 

G307 - professional conponent 73) 

G30B - technical coi^nnent 73) 

Nn Irwasive Cantiography: 
ttote: Mien more than one procedu^ of ita» narked (*) are performed at one sitting, 
the major procedure is to be clained at full benefit and the remainder at 
501 of the listed benefit(s). 
*«ionocardiogra«i - nultiple channel (not less than 3 channels) 

G5M - professioral component 14.25 

GE06 - technical coiponent 34.65 

G506 (with phaniBCOIogic intervention) , add 7 JO 

0507 *Apex cardiogran - professional coiponent 8.70 

G50B - technical coiDonent 3.70 

ftote: Fees for apex cardiography and EXX. may be charged when both 
services are rendered. 



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Code 



OIAGNOSnC AM) T>£RAPELmC PROCeXJRES 



CMJIOVASOJLAR - Cont'd. 



Proced. 
Fee Anaes 



G518 
G519 
G502 
G503 
G120 
G121 



G560 
G561 
G562 
G566 
0567 
G568 
G570 
G571 
G572 

G574 
G575 

G577 
G578 
G579 



Blood Row Study (Ooppler or other) - uni or bilateral 

♦Phlebography and/or carotid pulse tracing (with systolic time intervals) 

- professional coiçonent .............................................. 9.25 

- technical canponent ................................................. 9.25 

Carotid phonoangiography - professional component ........................ 8.70 

Oculoplethygnography - professional component 8.70 

Impedance pi ethysnography - professional COTponent 5.60 

- technical conponent 11.10 

Echocardiography 

Professional ccmponents: P, is the professional fee for the perfonnance 
of some or all of the procedure by a suitably trained physician or 
alternatively, the same physician being physically present in the echo- 
cardiography laboratory to supervise the procedure, interpret the 
results and provide a vcitten report. Pp is the professional fee for 
interpretation of the results (the video tape must be rwiev«ed in its 
entirety by the physician) and provision of a written report by a 
suitably trained physician. 
Complete study - 1 dim. - technical canponent 31.40 

- professional ccrponent (P,) 30J0 

- professional canponent (P^) ., 22.40 

- 2 dim. - technical caiponent 53.80 

- professional ccmponent (P.) 47.65 

- professional canponent (Pp) 35.80 

- 1 and 2 dim. - technical canponent 69.10 

- professional component (P,) ............... 63.20 

- professional canponent (P~) 47.30 

Limited study - 1 or 2 dim. for follow up studies - not to be charged in 

corgunction with pregnancy study - technical canponent 14.90 

- professional canponent (P, or Py) 14J0 

Cardiac Ooppler study in coryinction with ccnprete 1 and 2 dim. echocarxlio- 

graphy studies - technical canponent 403) 

- professional canponent (P,) 31.50 

Saline study (including venipircture) - professional component (Pj ....... 9.80 

Peripheral Arterial and Venous Systems - see listings under Diagnostic 
liltrasoifid. 



G521 
G523 



G522 



G395 



G391 



CRITICAL CARE 

Life Threatening Bnergency Situation - Resuscitation in emergency situation 
(cardiac arrest, massive iojury, card io- respiratory failure, resuscita- 
tion of nev^om (see Preamble relating to Obstetrics), severe shock, 
coma) includes inmediate crisis related examination and usual 
resuscitative measures and to include as required, defibrillation, 
cardioversion, cut downs, intravenous lines, arterial and/or venous 
catheters, pressure infusion sets and pharmacological agents, urinary 
catheters, C.V.P. lines, blood gases, nasogastric titoes with or without 
lavage, endotracheal intiiDation and tracheal toilet, 
benefit per physician - first 1/4 hour ................................. 673) 

- second 1/4 hour ................................ 33.70 

- after first 1/2 hour (per 1/4 hour or major part; 

thereof) 22.25 

Other Resuscitation - includes cutdowns, intravenous lines, arterial and/or 
venous catheters pressure infusion sets and pharmacological agents, 
urinary catheters, C.V.P. lines, blood gases, nasogastric tubes, with or 
without lavage, endotracheal intibation and tracheal toilet, 
benefit per physician - first 1/4 hour 34.65 

- after first 1/4 hour (per 1/4 hour or megor part 

thereof) 17J0 



6303 



G211 



Consultation or assessnents rendered before or after provision of resuscitative 
care may be claimed on a fee for service basis but not v<hen claiming Critical , 
Ventilatory or Comprehensive care fees. When claiming Critical Ventilatory 
or Canprehensive Care fees no other Critical Care codes may be claimed by the 
same physician(s). 
Transthoracic pacemaker - insertion ...................................... 

Endotracheal intitation for resuscitation (not to be claimed when followed 
by a surgical procedure) 



42.00 
29.30 



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O Reg. 215/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 1927 

DMoosnc /W "lOWEUnC proceofes 

ProcEd. 
Co* Fee Anaes 

CRITIC». CMS. - Gait' d. 

Critical Care - (Intensive Care l*iit) - inclules provision in a) Intensive 
Care Area of all aspects of care of a critically ill patient excluding 
ventilaitofy stpport and includes initial consultation and assesanent. 
anrgency resuscitation, intravenous lines, cut doi«B, pressure infusion 
set and phannacological agents, insertion of arterial, CVJ». or urinary 
catheters and nasogastric tdoes. securing and interpretation of labor- 
atory tests, oximetry, transcutaneous olood gases and intracranial pressire 
■onitoring interpretation and assessment >*ien indicated (etcluding insertion 
of ICP neasuring device). These fees are not cturgeaole for services 
rendered to stablized patients in IXJi.'s, or patients adiritted for EGG 
aonitoring or observation alone. 

Ptiysician-in-charge is ttie physician(s) daily providing the above. 

G«00 1st day ................................................................ 172.90 

G401 aid to 10th days (inclusive) per die» .................................. 86.45 

G402 nth day on»ards per diem .............................................. 43.20 

Vlentilatory Sunnrt (Intensive Care l*iit) - inclules provision of 

ventilatory care including initial consultation and assessnnt of the 
patient, endotracheal inttDation «nth positive pressu^ ventilation 
incliiJing intravenous lines, cutdo»*», pressure infusion, insertion 
arterial C.VJ>. lines, tracheal toilet, use of artificial ventilator and 
all necessary neastres for its stjfiervision, ootaining and interpretation 
of blood gases, oximetry, transcutaneous blood gas application and 
assessaent. 

Physician-in-charge is the physician(s) daily providing the above. 

G405 1st day 151J0 

GW6 2nd to 10th day (inclusive) per dian 75.60 

G407 nth day ontards per dian .............................................. 54JX) 

Conrehensive Care (Intensive Care Ihit) - these fees apply to Intensive 

Care physicians \éxi provide canplete care ( both Critical Care and 

Ventilatory Support as defined above) to Intensive Care Area patients. 

These fees include the initial consultation and assessaent and 

siijsequent examinations of the patient, endotracheal intii>ation, 

tracheal toilet, artificial ventilation and all necessary measu'es for 

respiratory sinort, energency resificitation, insertion of intravenous 

lines, cut dOMK, arterial and/or venous catheters, pressu^ infusion 

sets and pharaacological agents, insertion of CVP lines, defibrillation, 

cardimersion and usual resuscitative neastres, insertion of urinary 

catheters and nasogastric tubes, searing and interpretation of blood 

gases and laboratory tests, aximrtry, transcutaneois blood gases, 

intracranial pressire monitoring interpretation and assessaent itfen 

indicated (excluding insertion of ICP measiring device). These fees are 

not chargeable for services rendered to stabilized patients in I.CiJ.'s, 

or patients ailiritted for EGG monitoring or observation alone. 

Wtysician-in-charge is the physician(s) daily pnwiding the above. 

GS57 1st day ................................................................ 252.10 

G558 2nd to 10th days (inclusive) per dian 125 J» 

Q5S9 nth day onttftls per dian 63JQ0 

If \tentilatory Support only is prwided, for exanple, by the 

anaesthetist(s), clams should then be made mder Vlentilatory Stjpport. 

CairrtiBi s ive Care fees do not apply. Other physidans should then 

charge Critical Care fees or the appropriate consultation, visit or 

procedires. 
The fees mler Physician-in-Charge apply per patient treated, i.e., >*rile 

the physician-in-charge may change d»ring the course of treatment, the 

daily fee fomula as sec out should be charged by the physicians 

inwlved as if there ws only one physidan-in-charge diring the 

treataent prograt; in this sense, the daily fees are team fees. 
If patient has been discharged from l>iit more than 48 hours and is 

re-aikritted to Uiit, 1st day rate applies again on day of re-adrrission. 
The appropriate consultation, procedire and visit fees shall apply after 

stopping Critical Care, Ventilatory Support or CanjU B hen s ive Care. 

Other physicians apart from those prwiding Critical Care, Ventilatory 

Support or Co^irehensive Care may charge the appropriate consultation, 

visit and procedure fees not listed in the fee schedule for Critical 

Care. 
These clains will be adjixlicated by the Plan on an Independent 

Consideration basis. 

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DIASNOSTIC AM) ÏÏCWEUTIC PROCEDURES 



Code 



Proced. 
Fee Araes 



CRITICAL CARE - Cont'd. 

Hypertaric Therapy (per dive) 

G8(X) Physician in chamber with patient - per dive, first 1/4 hour $ 46.30 

- after first 1/4 hour (per 1/4 hour or 

G801 major part thereof) ?3.20 

- after 2 hours in chanter (per 1/4 hour 

G802 or m^ or part thereof) 46.30 

G803 For each additional patient treated in the chanter, increase the above fee(s) 

by 2CBi 
G804 Physician not in chamber with patient(s) - per dive, first 1/4 hour ....... 34.6b 

G805 - after first 1/4 hour (per 1/4 hour or major part thereof) 17J0 

Consul tation(s) or asses3T)ent( s) and special visit premiLm(s) may be claitrv- 
ed on a per patient basis when these services are rendered. 
Note: Hyperbaric therapy is not a benefit of OHIP for treaOnent of some 

conditions. Please refer to OHIP District Medical Consultant for quali 

fying diagnosis. 

G210 Hypothermia (therapeutic) induction and management 157.50 

Neonatal Intensive Care 

Level A: Full life support including invasive monitoring, ventilatory 
support and parenteral alimentation (all modalities) 

Q500 - 1st day 252.10 

G601 - 2nd to 10th days (inclusive) per diem 126JX) 

G602 - nth day onwrds, per diem 63.00 

Level B: Intensive care including full monitoring both invasive and non-in- 
vasive, oxygen adninistration and intravenous therapy, but without ven- 
tilatory support 
G610 - 1st day 163.05 

G611 - 2nd day onwards, per diem 46.10 

Level C: Intemiediate care including oxygen achii ni strati on, non-invasive 
monitoring and gavage feeding. 

G620 - 1st day 109.30 

G621 - 2nd day onvards, per dien 22*80 

The above benefits include the initial consultation or assessnent and 
sitsequent e)«Trination of the patient and, as required, insertion of arter- 
ial , venous, C.V.P. or urinary catheters, intravenous lines, interpreting 
of blood gases, nasogastric tubes, pressure infusion sets and phamaceu- 
tical agents, endotracheal intitation, tracheal toilet, artificial venti- 
lation and all necessary measures for respiratory support. 
These are tean fees which apply to neonatologists/paediatricians/anaest- 
hetists providing canplete care. If ventilator care only is provided by 
anaesthetists, the above listings do not apply. Claims should then be made 
irder Ventilatory Support (G405, etc.) with Neonatology Paediatric 
coipjnents billed on a fee for service basis. 

If infant has been transferred from one level to another in either direc- 
tion, up or doity, second day benefits apply. 

Regular visit and procedure benefits will apply the day following term- 
ination of Neonatal Intensive Care. 

If patient has been discharged fran Unit more than 48 hours and is re- 
adnitted to Unit, 1st day rate applies again on day of re-adnission. 
The appropriate consultation, procedure and visit benefits shall apply 
after stopping artificial respiration or special care. 

Irttensive Care Monitoring 

This category excludes Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation and Ventilatory 
Support and should be claimed on the basis of the appropriate consultation, 
procedure and visits benefit. 

DIALYSIS: team benefits to inclirie listed items. (This does not include 
preliminary investigation of the case). 

Haenodialysis (to include haanofiltraticn, haanoperfusion) 

R849 Initial and acute (to include surgical components) 712JO 6 

R850 Insertion of Scribner shirt (to be ixluded in the $712.90 initial) ?56.00 6 

G325 Ntedical conponent (to be included in the $712.90 initial) 45633 

G323 Acute, repeat (maximun of 3) 232.40 



5-t 



638 






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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

DIAGNOSnC AfC T>CRAPEUnC PROCEDURES 



1929 



Code 



DIALYSIS - Cont'd. 

G326 Chronic .......................................... ....................^acti 

G327 Revision of Scribner shirt - single ..................................... 

G3Z8 - ootn 

G329 De-clotting of Scribner shint , 

R843 Removal of cannula or A.V. shuit 

R8Z7 Creation of A,V. fistula - see listing on page ........................... 

3841 Obliteration of A.V. fistula 

R851 By-pass graft for haarexlialysis - synthetic ............................... 

R840 - autogenous vein 

R833 Ligation or removal of by-pass graft ...................................... 

G324 Insertion of subclavian or external jugular catheter for haemodialytis .... 

G336 - Revision 

Peritoneal dialysis 

G3X Acute (up to 48 hoirs) includes stylette cannula insertion (tenporary) .... 

G331 Repeat acute (up to 48 hours) - maximun of 3 .............................. 

G332 Chronic {up to 48 hoirs) - maxiiuTi of $152 JO per week 

R852 Insertion of peritoneal cannula by laparotany 

R853 Insertion of Tenchkov type peritonal catheter - chronic - by trocar ....... 

R854 RaiDval of Tenchtov type peritoneal catheter .............................. 

rtane/self-care dialysis - services rendered by physician 

Hanodialysis and peritoneal dialysis (intermittent peritoneal dialysis and 

continuous artxjlatory peritoneal dialysis) - includes routine clinic 

visits (systan/ drug/dialysis technique/blood work review and physical 

exanination) , coirsel ling/psychotherapy of patients and relatives and 

G333 sijpervised dialysis when required, per patient, per weeK ............... 

Vhen physicians are required to make emergency visits to see patients on 
any fonn of hone/ self-care dialysis the appropriate visits and praniuns 
are benefits. 4ien the patient requires hospitalization, the appropiate 
fees for daily care and in-hospital dialysis are benefits instead of 
G333. 

ENXICRIKLOGY AN) ^€TWCLISM 

-•€493 ACTH test - single or multiple, per injection 

Antidiuretic hormone response test including the 8 hour water 
^G337 deprivation test 

Clonidine si4)pression test (for the investigation of pheocnroiocytona) - 
-•6338 with physician present - inclixtes venipmctures ........................ 

Glucagon test 

'KÎ494 (Type A) for carbohydrate response 

(Type B) for hypertensionj pheochronxytcnra and insulinana 
•tG495 provocative test [including cold pressor test) 

Growth honitine exercise stinulation test with physician present (includes 
G358 venipinctures) ......................................................... 

■•G340 Histamine test to include a control cold pressor test 

'*G341 Hypertonic saline infusion test ........................................... 

'K]342 Implantation of homone pellets 

Insulin hypoglycemia pituitary fi/Ktion test with or without TRH and 
-•0497 UV» alone or in corbination ........................................... 

^G496 Intravenous glucose tolerance test 

'K]499 Intravenous tolbutamide test 

-^13 Pentagastrin stimulation for calcitonin 

-KÎ344 Phentolanrine test 

-K^l TRH or UW test, per ir\}ection 

^90 Saralasin test 

GASTRCEKTEO-OGY 

G349 Oesophageal tamponade (Blakanore bag) - insertion 

Oesophageal motility study(ies) with rananetry 

G350 - standard, with physician in continuous attendance 

G343 - interpretation only 

Oesophageal acid perfusion test and/or provocative drug testing with 
G3S3 physician in continuous attendance ..................................... 



Proced. 


Fee 


Anaes 


53.40 




33 JO 


4 


124.45 


4 


75.40 




66.40 


4 


293.40 


6 


67.20 


4 


326J0 


7 


346.60 


7 


67.20 


4 


76.40 




12.60 




\62JCE, 




146.90 




76.05 




152^90 


6 


76.40 


4 


41.55 





24.40 



5.20 
13.90 
20.40 

8.30 

34.65 

20.40 
37 JO 
13.90 
25.40 

40*80 
8J0 
40.80 
34.65 
34.65 
5.20 
34.65 



37.10 



73.25 
16J0 



27.70 



^1 



639 



1930 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 215/86 



Code 



DIAGNOSTIC AlC T}€RAPEUTIC PROCEDURES 



GASTROENTEROLOGY - Cont'd. 



Proced. 
Fee Anaes 



G252 - interpretation only 

Oesophageal pH study for reflux, vdth installation of acid 

G251 - standard, with physician in continuous attendance 

G351 - with 24 hour monitoring 

G346 - tracing interpretation only 

Gastric lavage 

■•G355 (a) diagnostic 

G356 (b) therapeutic - with or without ice water lavage 

Gastric secretion studies {Augnented Histanine or Histalog, or Pentagastrin) 

■Hi357 - procedure and supervision 

G352 Biliary tract provocative test with cholecystokinin 

G354 Anal-rectal manon(ietf7 with physician in continuous attendance 

G253 - interpretation only 

GYNAECOLOGY 

G367 Artificial insenination 

G363 Cervical fTiucous penetration test 

G361 Endanetrial flushing 

^G364 Huhner's test 

G374 Tests of tiisal patency e.g. Riioin's 

G378 Insertion of intra-uterine contraceptive device 

■tG365 Papanicolaou anear 

(The Papanicolaou snear is included in the consultation, repeat consul- 
tation, general or specific assessnent (or re-assessnent) , partial 
assesanent, annual health or routine post-natal visit when a pelvic 
examination is a normal part of the foregoing services.) 
Cost of I.U.C.D. and laninaria tent tnay be charged directly to the patient, 

IMECTIONS OR IffUSIONS 



27.70 
32.60 
16.30 

7.90 
27.70 

15.30 
7.90 

37.10 
8.70 



20.80 
14.25 
14.25 
14.25 
16.30 
17.30 
3.70 



■•€369 B.CJà. innoculation, following tiioerculin tests 

Note: Multiple BX.G. innoculations used for treatment of carcinona are to be 
considered experimental and no claims should be made for this service. 
■K337O Bursa, joint, ganglion or tendon sheath and/or aspiration 

G371 (each additional site or area, $8.20 - maximun $41JX) per visit) 
Note: G370, G371 - not allowed in addition to surgical benefits when performed at 
time of surgery. 

Chemonucleolysis 

Lateral discography 

G390 - first disc 

G368 - if liJitx)sacral disc included, add 

G386 - second and subséquent discs jeach 

Iryection for chemonucleolysis 

G392 - initial ir\jection 

G393 - any sibsequent iryection at other levels, each 

G396 Injections of extensive keloids 

G397 - irder general anaesthesia 

Intramuscular, siixutaneous or intradermal including interpretation 

G372 - with visit - each injection 

Note: Use G372 for rabies iaiection(s). 

Intramuscular, siixutaneous or intradental including interpretation 

G373 - sole reason - first ir\jection 

G372 - each additional iroection 

Intralesional infiltration 

-•G375 - one or two lesions 

-)G377 - 3 or more lesions 

G3B3 - extensive 

G462 Adninistration of oral polio vaccine - if only service rendered 

G384 Infiltration of tissues for trigger point 

G385 - for each additional site, add (to a max. of 2) 



4.30 



15.40 



51.20 
45.50 
25.60 

42.50 
21.30 
20.50 

37.00 

1.85 



4.30 
1.85 

7.40 
10.90 
I.C. 
1.40 
7.40 
3.70 



i'sr 



640 



Reg. 215/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 1931 

OIAGNQSnC AN) T>€RAPEUnC PROŒOJRES 

Proced. 
Code Fee Anaes 

IHJECnONS OR ItfUSIONS - Cont'd. 

Intravenous 

<6376 Infait 8J0 

<G379 Child or adult 5J0 

Notes: (1) £376 or S379 apply to cryoprecipitate infusion. 

(2) G376, G379 may not be clained witti 3279 nor with x-rays. 

(3) Except for G381, G2B1, iryections into established I.V. appara- 
tus nay not oe clained. 

■♦6380 Cut do>#) including carmulation as necessary ............................... ?2.25 

Chanotherapy (narrow si4)pressant) - with each irvjection initiated by a 
physician by intravenous infusion for treatneit of naligrant or auto- 
innuie disease 

- single injection (for agents other tfan adriamycin, cisplatin, bleo- 
^G381 rnycin or high dose methotrexate) ....................................... 11.40 

G281 - each additional iryection (other than above drugs) ................... 5.70 

Chemotherapy and patient assesarent provided by physician in hospital based 
clinics or to in-patients (the following benefits include patient asses- 
stetrt for a 24 hour period, ctrug adirinistration and establishnent of 
intravenous to a maxinun of one fee claimed, every three weeks) 

- single agent intravenous chemotherapy i^e. 
6339 adrianycin, cisplatin or Dleoi^in ..................................... 38.60 

-multiple agent intravenous chenotherapy including at least one of 
63*5 either adriaiy;in, cisplatin or oleoi^in .............................. 51.60 

-special single agent cnenotherapy 'Jtilizing either high-dose metho- 
trexate with folinic acid rescue - methotrexate given in a dosejDf 
greater than 1 g/m or high dose cisplatin greater than 75 m^i'm given 
5359 conarrently with hydration and osmotic diuresis ....................... 73.25 

Supervision of chemotherapy (marrow si4)pressant) for ralignant or 
G382 auto-inmne disease by telephone - monthly ............................. 9.40 

Varicose veins (naxviun per visit - S16.60) 

-•6387 - single ir\jection 8J0 

6388 - multiple (ifiilateral or bilateral) each additional 4J5 

Gonpression sclerotherapy (includes injltiple irvjections, compression ban- 

6536 daging and one post irvjection visit) 63JXi 

G537 Repeat coqx-ession sclerotherapy 21J0 

►tenagement of parenteral alimentation - physician in charge - not to be 
6510 charged in addition to hospital visits ...^ler visit 17.10 

UWRATDRY WDICIfC IN PRIVATE JTICE. 

The following benefits apply to physicîïns who perform these particular 
tests in their o*#i offices. The L*M.S. schedule for Laboratory ffedicine 
on pages 20-31 for these particular tests applies to licensed 
laboratories. 

0013 %ino(]hylline (theophylline) NIL 

GOOl Cholesterol . total 4j60 

Glucose, quantitative or sani-quantitative - see Laboratory ftdicine 

GOOe Preoible, page 19, para. 4 1.70 

6481 Hanoglobin screen and/or haaiatrocrit (any method or instrunent) .......... 1.10 

6003 Laaic dehydrogenase (LJ)wi.) total 3.40 

GD04 Occult blood 1 JO 

6006 Pregnancy test 33) 

I 6Q06 SCOT 3.40 

' 6007 Urea nitrogen (B.U.N.) 2j00 

GOGB Uric acid 2JX) 

Urinalysis, routine (includes microscopic examination of centn'fuged speci- 
men plus any of Sj3., pH, protein, sugar, haemoglobin, ketones, urobi- 

6009 linogen, bilirubin) 3.70 

6010 - one or more parts of above without microscopy 1.70 

6011 Fuigus culture including KCH preparation and snear 10.75 

6012 t^ preparation (for fUigus, trichomonas, parasites) 1.60 



b"*! 



641 



1932 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 

DIAGNOSTIC AM) ÏÏCR/VEUTIC PROŒDURES 

Proced. 

C°* Fee fines 

NEPHOLOGY 

Nephrological oianaganent of donor procuranent - includes nanagement of the 
neural ogi call y "dead" donor on life support systems, assesnent of renal 
finctions pre-nephrectcmy, pre-nephrectony irmunotherapy, assesanent as 

G411 to potential recipients to be called in, etc 157^ 

G347 Renal perfusion with hypothennia for organ transplantation 783) 

G348 Renal preservation with continuous machine perfusion 78^ 

Nephrological canponent of transplantation, inclujing complete patient care 

G412 for first 48 hours following transplantation 551.40 

OVE BLOCKS - not to be charged when used as local anaesthetic for 

surgical procedures 
Nate: Time units are not applicable to nerve blocks. If one physician 
gives the anaesthetic and another does the nen/e block, claim the anaes- 
thetic under G260, page 51. 

G214 Brachial plexus 44.50 

6215 Coeliac ganglion 68.50 

G239 Differential intrathecal spinal block 104.00 

G216 Epidural block ., 61.20 

G245 Epidural or intrathecal injection of sclerosing solution 134.70 

G243 Fanoral nerve - trilateral 44.50 

G244 - bilateral 66.75 

G246 Introduction of epidural catheter for relief of pain: institution ......... 63.00 

G255 - with insertion of siJDCutaneous port 157.50 

- plus hospital visits for each additional visit rendered (to a maximun 

G247 of 4 visits per day). See also Preamble para B37(y) visit fees 

G218 Ilioninguinal and iliohypogastric nerves 44.50 

G219 Infraorbital 27.80 

G220 Intercostal nerve 27J30 

G221 - for each additional one, add 13.90 

G222 Intrathecal spinal 61.20 

G225 f^tal branch of mandibular vene 27.80 

G250 I^illary or mandibular division of triganinal nerve 61.20 

G241 Obturator nerve - trilateral 44.50 

G242 - bilateral 66.75 

G227 Other cranial nerve block 58.50 

Paravertebral ner\e block of cervical , thoracic or luibar or sacral or 

G228 cocc^çeal nerves 44.50 

G123 - for each additional one, add (to a maximun total of $133.50) ......... 22.25 

G229 Pudendal - trilateral 44.50 

G240 - bilateral 66.75 

Note: - for obstetrical continuous conduction anaesthesia, see P014, P015 on 

page 66. 

G422 Retrobulbar iryection (not to be claimed when used as a local anaesthesia). 273) 

G230 Sciatic nerve 44.50 

G226 - bilateral 66.75 

G248 Single shot caudal block done in corytrction with anaesthesia 12.60 

Somatic or peripheral nerves not specifically listed 

G231 - one nerve or site 27.80 

G223 - additional nerve(s) or site(s), add 13.90 

G232 Spleno-palatine ganglion 44.50 

G233 Splanchnic 44.50 

G234 Stellate ganglion 44.50 

G256 Superior laryngeal nerve 27.30 

G235 Supraorbital 27J30 

G236 Sympathetic block(s) (Itntoar or thoracic) 44.50 

G237 - bilateral 66.75 

G238 Transverse scapul ar nerve 44.50 

G217 Trigerrrinal ganglion 68.50 

l^ien alcohol or other sclerosing solutions are used, add 50% to the appro- 
priate nerve block fees as listed above with the exception of fee codes 
E958 G245 and G246. 

fCUROLOGY 

G273 Epidural i rejection of adrenal steroid or autologous blood 60.25 

G274 - post laminectomy into operative site 73.60 

Z804 Ltirbar pircture 33.30 

Z805 - with instillation of medication 44.50 

G410 Amytal test (Wada) - bilateral-supervision and coordination of tests 55.50 

G413 Electrocorticogram - supervision and interpretation 138.60 

u 

642 



p. Reg. 215/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 1933 

DIAQOSnC AK) T>CRAPEUnC PROCEDUCS 

Proced. 
Code Fee Anaes 

«UtGLOGY - Cont'd. 

G*19 Tensilon test 16J0 

G561 Katzian test ( sJDaractvnid Infusion test) including luibar puictires 138.60 

Electroencephal ografihy 

An ŒG consists of at least a t*enty minute recording »rith referential and 
bipolar noitages and at least eight channels (except in reonates). 
>^pefveitilation and photic stimilation should be done in all cases 
tàère clinically possible. 

^14 Technical coiponen t 21.20 

G415 Professional cai y onen t ISJXt 

G416 With activating or sleep inducing drugs and/or sleep deprivation, add .. 13.00 

Use code G416 if claim states sleep recording but is not for ovemignt 
recording. Use GS60 for overnight sleep recording. 

G417 Inserting S(i)taifnral needle electrodes, add 13JX) 

Videotape recording of clinical signs in association with spontaneous EEG, 

GS45 add to routine fees, per 1/4 hour (m»inua of 1 hoirl 12JQ0 

RadiotelaRtry or portable recordings to nnnitor spontaneotB EEG fron a 

GS46 freely noving patient, add to routine fees 2SJX) 

Evoked Responses 

Simple average evoked potential studies with one sensory nndality of 

GM? stiiulatian 19.S0 

Caip1« evoked potential studies involving several sensory nudalities, 

nultiple threshold detemii nations, of more than four siiultaneous channels 

G648 of recording, not canpletely mler supervision 50.90 

CoRplex evoked potential studies perfoned C£n|)letely irder direct 

G549 professional supervision lOZJX) 

Sleep LaÉxratories 
G660 Overnight sleep recording - canplete 'nterpretation trith sleep staging .... 74.20 

Note: G&60 - if not overnight sleep recording, see code G416. 

Mygraphic recording of three paranrters in addition to EEG (such as 
respiration, eye novanent, EKG, nuscle movements, etc.) add 
G644 per iten (to a maxinun of $22.20) 7.40 

QPHTHfOOOGY 

Note: G424, G423 - Contact Lens fitting is not a benefit except irder 
certain specific conditions. See Preantle, Appendix A. 

G«24 Contart lens fitting (with follow-*^) for 3 months) 149.70 

a» eye only, Wwn the other eye has Seen previously fitted by the same 

0)23 physician (with follow-^) for 3 months) 77JX) 

0463 Hydropnilic "Bandage* lens fitting ..^ njXi 

Coloir vision detailed assessnent [not to be claimed for screening tests 

G438 such as Ishihva, WR and tiiiversity, etc.) 2QJ30 

QG7 Dark adaptation cirve (Goldnnn adaptaieter or equivalent) 29J0 

G^ Electro-oculogram - interpretation fee 16J0 

-•0439 Gectro-retinography with report ^«90 

4G425 Fluorescein angiography 403) 

iG444 Fluorescein angioscopy II.SD 

Note: G425, G444 - for bilateral procedures, add 501 of the listed Benefit. 

G426 Glaucona provocative tests, including teter drinking tests 24.65 

G42B Hess screen «aRrination ••• 8.20 

G427 Qphthalinodynamcnetry 8.20 

Radioactive pho s phorus exani nation 

G429 - anterior approach 36.20 

G430 - posterior approach 73.25 

G421 Siixorvjiwrtival or sU)-Tenons capsule irvjection 13.70 

Note: G429, G430, G421 - for bilateral procedires, add 501 of the listed Senefit. 

^0435 TonoKtry *^ 

(Not to be claimed if done in cayiiiction with an ophthalnological consult- 
ation or specific assessnent). 

G433 Tonography (to inclule tonometry) wit*i or vrithout vater 16.70 

G436 Visual fields - icinetic (with pennanent record) 3^ 

G432 Visual fields - static perimetry 24.65 

G464 Visual evoked response 203) 

eWB BotulinuB toxin irvjection of extraocular itficle with electronyograpnic 

control 70J0 

OTGUVmaLOGY 

<G420 Ear syringing or curetting (not claimed with Z907) - mi or bilateral 4.10 

Diagnostic Hearing Tests (not applicable to fixed level screening aulio- 

netry) 
Pure tone threshold audianetry with or without bone conduction 

ÛM0 - technical cunjonent ^«^ 

3525 - professional canxment '^^ 

(,1 

643 



1934 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 215/86 



Code 



DIAGNOSnC /W ÏÏCRAPEUTIC PROCEDURES 



OT0LARYNQÛLOGY - Cont'd. 



Proced. 
Fee Anaes 



Pure tone threshold audicmetry (with or without bone conduction) and 
speech reception threshold and/or speech discrimination scores 

G441 - technical component 

G526 - professional conponent 

Autanatic impedance audiometry - with or without stapedial reflexes and/or 

G442 conpliance - technical conponent 

••G529 - professional conponent 

G448 Sound field audiometry (infants and children)- technical conponent 

&*50 - professional corçonent 

Advanced testing e.g. recruitjnent, tests of malingering, central tests and 
stapedial reflex decay tests; manual impedance testing (not to be billed 
with G442 and G529) - per test (maximum 3 tests). 

G443 - technical corponent 

G530 - professional component , 

Hearing aid evaluation and/or fitting of tinnitus masker ( does not include 
G526 and G441) 

G447 - technical ccmponent 

•tG531 - professional corponent , 

Hearing aid re-evaluation and/or re-fitting of tinnitus masker (does not 
include G526 and G441) 

G445 - technical caiponent 

MM6 - professional component 

GSll Cortical evoked audicmetry - technical corponent 

G812 - professional conponent 

Cortical evoked audicmetry, multiple frequency, (minimun of 4 frequencies 
in each ear) - as required by WX.B. 

N.C. - technical corponent 

NX. - professional coiponent 

G813 Brainstem evoked audicmetry - technical ccmponent 

G814 - professional corponent 

El ectrocochl eography (per ear) - to include myringotcmy if performed 

G815 - technical coiponent 

G815 - professional ccmponent 

Diagnostic Balance Tests 
■tG449 Caloric testing without ENG - professional coiponent 

GICW Positional testing with ENG - technical corponent 

G105 - professional coiponent 

G451 Caloric testing with ENG - technical ccmponent 

■tG533 - professional coiponent 

G454 Stroboscopy - professional corponent 

G191 Optokinetic tests - professional conponent 

G108 Ccriputeri zed rotation tests - professional ccmponent 

Diagnostic Taste Tests 

Electrogustonetry or conventional taste tests 
+G452 - pro'>$sional ccmponent 



10.75 
10.50 

2.40 
1.60 
16.20 
14.60 



7.00 
4.90 



26.00 
10.55 



13.00 
5.20 

26.80 
8.90 



NJ\.B. 
26.80 
13X0 

26.80 



5.90 

16.60 
15.00 
16.60 
15.00 
1335 
10.20 
16.60 



11.30 



PHYSICAL ^CDICI^C 



G456 
G459 
G455 



G457 
G469 
G466 
-tG460 
■tG461 



Electronyography and nerve conduction studies 

l*ien patients are referred directly to B<à facilities solely for testing, 
consultation and visit fees are not benefits in addition to the 
following fees: 
Schedule A - Complete procedure i.e. conduction studies on tvo or more 
nerves presuned to be involved in the disease process along 
with E>G studies of multiple muscles and/or detailed studies 
of neuromuscular trahsmission. It also includes as necessary 
study of normal nerves and/or opposite side for conparison. 

- professional coiponent - v^hen physician perfomis EMG, performs and/or 
supervises nerve conduction studies and interprets results 

- interpretation only 

- technical coiponent 

Schedule B - Limited procedure i.e. conduction studies on a single nerve 

(motor and/or sensory conduction) and/or limited EMG studies 
of the involved muscle(s) and/or limited neurcmuscul ar 
transnission study 

- professional conponent - when physician performs EM3, performs and/or 
supervises nerve conduction studies and interprets results 

- interpretation only 

- technical conponent 

Strength duration and chronaxie - major 

- minor 

644 



81.50 
17.90 
24.40 



57.90 
17.90 
16.30 
6.90 
3.90 



,0. Reg. 215/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 1935 

Qwaosnc aw ticrapeuhc procedlres 

Proced. 
Qxte Fee Anaes 

PHYSICflL «JlCIfC file REWBILITAnOH - Cont'd. 

Dierapeutic Pnxfidures 
••Ô165 ftoiipulation (by physician) - nsoor joirTt(s) or spine - one or more joints. $11 JO 

(uider general anaesthesia, see Surgical Procedures) 

Miscellaneous therapeutic procedures 

-•6467 - as listed below (physician's omi patients) 6.S0 

Notes: (1) ftiy be claimed by a physician for physiotherapy procedures 

perfonned by an appropriately trained paramedical under that 

physician's direct siçervision. 

(2) Only one 0467 nay be claimed per patient visit. 

(3) Not allowed to hospital inpatient, outpatient or approred 
physiotherapy facility. 

Superficial themal therapy - radiant, hot pack, irfiirlpool, paraffin bath, 

or ice. 

Deep heat - short »ave diathenny, microave diathermy or ultrasouid. 

Light (Ultraviolet) - general or local application. 

PJJ.V.A. 

Electrotherapy - Galvanic, Faradic and sinusoidal ciments, iontophoresis, 

transcutaneous nerve stimulation for relief of pain. 
HfdnXJtKrapy - local (ami or leg) and genera l(^iÉ)bard) for body imnersion; 

therapeutic pool for uider water exercise, 
ffechanotherapy - rnassage, mechanical device - traction, pulleys and 

weights, treadles, stationary bicjcles, shoulder **ieels. 
Therapeutic exercise (physiotherapy). 

Location and irvjection of peripheral motor nerves for reduction of spa- 
sticity inclining electrodiagnosis of motor point: 

G485 ftajor nerve and/or branches ^ 37 JO 

G486 Additional nejor rretye and/or branches 23.20 

Repeat procedure «rithin one month 

0487 - nEUor nerve 23.20 

G488 - additional major nerve 15J0 

NX. Aci4)iiictire: i^e. including insertion of needle(s) into specifically 

selected point(s) ccntined t^th manual, electrical or thenral stimula- 
tion of the needle{s) for the managsnent of pain, physician N.A.B. 

PSYCHIATRY 

G471 Electnxïjnvulsive therapy (EX.T.) cerebral-single or nultiple 25.60 2 

Note: - Electrosleep therapy or Sedac therapy are not benefits of CHIP. 

TELERAOiaT}£RAPY 

Minor teleradiotnerapy - X-ray, 150 IC.VJ>. or less - charge per treatment 
*G»72 visit 8.60 

Note: 

For the first minor teleradiotherapy procedire rendered to a patient, 
the physician may charge the appropriate consultation or assessnert fee 
in addition to the procediral fee(s). On sU)sequent visits, only the 
nrinor teleradiotherapy fee plus G700 should be claimed irless additional 
procedires have been perfonned or unless there has been a ccnpl ication 
or dange to a totally irrelated diagnosis. In the first excej«ion, the 
minor teleradiotherapy plus the benefits for additional procedires may 
be claimed. In the second exception, the appropriate assessnent and 
nrinor teleradiotherapy benefits may be claimed. 

T>€»CGRAPHY (infra-red marnrography) - one or more areas 

G491 Technical ccnponent 13JX) 

G492 Professional coixinent 6.50 

JOjOGY 

G484 CystaiBtrogran with seleaive sacral nerve block studies 46J0 

Cystoietrogram and/or voiding pressure studies and/or flow rate with or 
without postiral studies and/or urethral pressure profile including 

-tG475 interpretation with or without use of ©G including interpretation 19.70 

Complete tiultichannel urodynanic assessnent - pressure-flow studies, 
urethral pressure monitoring, with or without fluoroscopic cysto- 

G193 irethrography 27.60 

G194 - with EMG, add to G193 6J0 

■•6474 - urethral pressire profile alone incMing interpretation 733 

- interpretation of comprehensive irodynanic studies (vrfien the procedure is 

G477 done by paranedical personnel) 4.50 

^76 Prostatic massage 4.50 

u 

645 



1936 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 215/86J 

OeSTFKICS 

1. Obstetrical care is divided into its ccmponents. A prenatal major assessient when perfonned 
may be claimed; it shall carprise a full history, an inquiry into, and an examination of all parts or 
systems (and may include a detailed examination of one or more parts or systaits), an appropriate record 
and advice to the patient. All other prenatal visits shall ccmprise the necessary history and inquiry, 
examination, appropriate record, pregnancy related counselling and advice to the patient. Nonral (uncom- 
plicated) prenatal care includes a prenatal general assessment visit, then monthly visits to 32 weeks, 
follav«d by visits every 2nd week to 36 weeks, then weekly visits until delivery. However, complicated 
pregnancies may require additional visits. Labour - delivery and postparttm care are listed separately. 

2. If an uncomplicated obstetrical patient is transferred from one physician to another physician 
for obstetrical care, the appropriate assesanent benefit may be charged by the second physician, followed 
by prenatal visits. This statement does not apply to physicians sibstituting for each other or when the 
second physician sees the patient for the first time in labour. If the obstetrical patient is referred 
to a consultant for obstetrical care because of the conplexity, obscurity or seriousness of the case, the 
consultant may claim a consultation in addition to the prenatal visits. 

3. Illnesses resulting from or associated with pregnancy or false labour requiring added hone or 
hospital visits, shall be claimed on a per visit basis. 

4. When a pregnant patient visits her physician for a condition unrelated to her pregnancy and 
apart frcm her routine scheduled prenatal visits, the physician may charge the appropriate visit benefit. 

5. The listings under the heading Referred Services may be claimed by the consultant physician in 
addition to the appropriate consultation or visit benefit. They may not be claimed by physicians pro- 
viding obstetrical care to their own patients. 

6. If a consultant is requested by another physician to perform a surgical induction of labour, or 
emergency removal of a Shirodkar suture (except at delivery) assuning saneone else has inserted the 
suture, the consultant should claim consultation benefit for this (these) service(s). 

7. Nfedical induction or stimulation of labour ray be claimed once per pregnancy by any one physi- 
-.-.ir ^'i: .'■'-/ v^en carried out for a recognized obstetrical complication(s) and does not qualify for 
:e*.cr'. jT benefits. 

8. The listings for "Attendance at labour and attendance at delivery" and for "Attendance at 
delivery" may not be claimed by any physician when a patient is transferred to a second physician for 
normal obstetrical care. 

9. Ordinary irmediate care of the neytoom is included in the labour-delivery fee and when the 
service is rendered by the anaesthetist, it is included in the anaesthetic benefit. A life threatening 
emergency situation requiring active resuscitation of the nev^rn provided by any physician may be 
claimed irder codes G521, G522, G523. When indicated, endotracheal intubation and tracheo-bronchial 
toilet should be billed under G211, and not at G521, G522, G523. 

10. When a physician provides newborn care and also perfomis a cincuncision on the same newborn or 
infant, both services may be claimed. 

11. When an obstetrician routinely transfers all nev^ms to another physician, the latter should 
not claim consultation benefit for these "transf erral s" . If the baby is well, the physician should 
charge the newborn care in hospital benefit plus for attendance at maternal delivery if this service is 
given. If the baby is sick, the physician may claim a general assesgnent and for attendance at maternal 
delivery (if this service is given) plus daily visits for as long as his services are required. If an 
obstetrician normally canes for newborns himself or transfers the care of neWxims to a family physician 
but refers a nevtiorn to a paediatrician because of the complexity , obscurity or seriousness of the case, 
the latter may claim for this service according to the following guidelines: 

a) If attendance at maternal deliver7 is provided, code H267 may be claimed and if a general 
assessnent of the baby is carried out, code C263 may be claimed as well. However, a postnatal consul- 
tation of the baby, code C265 may not be claimed in addition to code H267. 

b) If a paediatrician has not attended delivery, a postnatal consultation maybe claimed (if this 
service is rendered) even though a prenatal consultation may already have been claimed. 

12. When a physician provides prenatal visits, attends labour, assists or achiinisters the anaes- 
thetic at Caesarean section and visits the patient post-operatively, he is entitled to claim for prenatal 
visits, attendance at labour, assistant's or anaesthetist's benefits for Caesarean section and post- 
operative supportive care while the patient is in hospital. 

13. Physicians may claim for assisted breech delivery (P020) when the service includes spontaneous 
delivery to the imbilicus, with extraction of the shoulders, arms and afterccming head, 

14. The Preamble applicable to Surgical Procedures (pages 73-75) also applies to obstetrics where 
appropriate. 

15. The premiuns applicable to Obstetrics are as follows: When deliveries and other obstetrical 
procedures done in continuity with the delivery xcur after 5:00 pjn. and before midnight or on Satur- 
days, Sundays and Holidays, increase the procedural fee(s) by 30ii (E409). When time of delivery occurs 
after midnight and before 7:00 ajn. any night during the week, increase the procedural fee(s) by 50% 
(E410). These preniims are not chargeable in addition to the obstetrical procedural fee(s) if labour is 
induced by medical and/or surgical means by the same physician unless the reason for the induction is 
fetal distress, diabetes, premature rupture of mertirane, severe pre-eclarrpsia-hypertension or abruption. 
However a forewater A.RJi, or oxytocin augnentation of labour carried out on a patient in desultory 
labour does not constitute induction. 



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OBSTETRICS 
Code OBSTETRICAL CWE Asst Qbst'n 



236^ 


5 


15J5 




240^ 


6 


260 JO 


6 


517.10 


8 


78wa0 





Prenatal Care: 
POCB - General assessnent (n^or prenatal visit) ............................ $ 41.35 

P004 - Minor prenatal assessnent (all other prenatal visits) 16.50 

Latar - Delivery: 

PO» - Vaginal 216.60 

- Operative del ivery ', js, raid-cavity rotation 

P(£0 or assisted breech delivery 

E502 - Following a caesarian section 'JBK add to P020 

P018 - Caesarean section 6 

P041 - Caesarean section including tii»l interruption ....................... 6 

P0<2 - Caesarean section including hysterectcny 8 

E500 Hjltiple births, any method of delivery - each child, extra ............... 

(If one child is bom vaginally and the other(s) by Caesarean section, 
claim P018, P041 or P0»2 plus one at 851 of P006 or P020, then E500 for 
third and subsequent births.) 

Attendance at labotr only (irfien patient is transferred to another centre 

PQ38 for delivery) 

P009 Attendance at labour with physician in attendance at delivery ............. 

Attendance at labour (*rhen sare physician assists or gives anaesthetic at 
Caesarean section or gives anaesthetic at operative delivery and claims 
POll separately for these services as assistant or anaesthetist) ............ 

POlO Attendance at delivery (attending physician or consultantes) )......,....... 

Repair of third degree laceration ije. repair of at least 2 an of rectal 
PGBB nucosa, anal sphincter and perineun 

Postpartun haemorrhage - exploration of vagina and cervix, uterine 

Z774 cirettage 

P007 Post natal care in hospital and/or hone 

PGOB Post natal care in office ................................................. 

(teferred Services (IJ)J*.) - iriwi only service(s) rendered 
P036 Repair of vaginal laceration .............................................. 

P039 Repair of cervical laceration ............................................. 

PQZ9 r%nua1 ranoval of retained placenta ....................................... 

P013 Cbstetrical anaesthesia 

Continuous conduction anaesthesia 
P014 (a) introduction of catheter for analgesia including first dose ........... 

(b) naintenance and/or supervision (one mit for each 1/2 hoir to a naxinun 
of 5 i*iits - not to be claimed for first hour following introduction 
P015 of catheter and first dose) .......................................... 

DCOC (c) attendance at delivery - per 1/4 hour - tine units 

G224 Pudendal block (bilateral) - see para. 37(s) on page 12j50 

High Risk Pregrancies 

Z77e Fetal blood saivling (I J)J>.) ............................................. 273) 

Fetoscopy (may include fetal blood sanple, cell narvest or amniocentesis) 

Z773 (IJ)J>.) 135J0 

Z739 Ocytocin challenge test (1 .0J>.) .......................................... 39^ 

OoU)1e set up exanination to rule out placenta praevia, or trial of forceps 

Z734 - failed leading to Caesarian section (same physician^ 47.65 

PŒ2 (kytocin infusion for induction of labour - see paragraph 7 55.70 

P023 Ocytocin infusion for stinulation of desultory latar ..................... 55.70 

Phamacological suppression of praiatire laooir by I.V. therapy - to be 
claimed once per pregn a n cy by most responsible physician after 3 hours 

Z721 of suoervision in sane institution (IJ)J>.) 55.70 

Z778 Ainiocentesis - diagnostic or genetic (LOJ*.) ............................ 39.80 

Suture of inonpetent cervix in pregnancy (IJ)J>.) 

Z779 Chx-ionic villus sanpling (IJ)J>.) ........................................ 75.60 

PG31 cervical cerclage - any technique 3 118U5 

Elective ranoval of Siirodkar suture ...................................... visit fee 

PQ34 Uterine inversion, nanual replacanents 103.40 

(Listings for ectopic preyancy, hysterotony, abortion and postpartun tUsal 
intern4>tion are on pages 147,148) 



U 



90.60 
216.60 




130J» 
90.60 




70.9C 


- 


'1.. - 
44.90 
20.50 


5 


47 JO 
47 JO 
47 JO 


4 
4 
4 
5 



647 



1938 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 215/86 

SIW3IC/IL PROŒDURES 

Preamble - FOR DEFINITION OF "mE ROLE OF M REFERRING PHYSICIAN, SEE REFERRING PHYSICIAN SERVICES ON 
PAGE ix. 
FOR DEFINITION OF T>€ ROLES OF TWE ANA£ST>HETIST, SEE ANAESTHETIST SERVICES ON PAGES x and xi . 

(1) The surgical benefit (except for those procedures (narked I.Û.P., Complete Care and Fractures 
and Dislocations requiring no reduction) includes hospital visits rendered by the surgeon two 
days prior to surgery, the operative procedure, the post-operative care usually associated 
with the procedure(s) rendered by the surgeon while the patient is in hospital, and one 
office visit for follow up examination if necessary. If the surgeon is required to perform a 
procedure(s) not usually associated with the original surgical procedure, he may claim for 
these on a fee for service basis. If special visits to hospital are required at any time 
post-operativety, the surgeon may claim the special visit premiuns even if the basic hospital 
visit fees are not chargeable (irder these ci re uns tances the hospital visits should be 
claimed on an N/C (no charge) basis.) The surgical benefit as noted above does not include 
the major pre-operative visit i.e. the consultation or assessnent fee chargeable nhen the 
decision to operate is made and the operation is scheduled, regardless of the time interval 
between the major pre-operative visit and surgery. The hospital or day-care actnission 
assessnent (consultation, repeat consultation, general or specific assessnent or 
re-assessment) is not a benefit to the surgeon unless it happens to be the major 
pre-operative visit as defined above. Hospital visits (minor assessnents) may be claimed for 
visits rendered more than two days prior to surgery. Other visits (excluding achiission 
asses3iients) prior to actnission may be claimed for in addition to the surgical fee. For 
patients remaining in hospital because of complications, hospital visit fees may be claimed 
in addition to the surgical or procedural fee after six weeks of hospitalization in the case 
of fractures and dislocations and after two weeks for other procedures. Because the nuitoer 
of hospital visits is limited to three per week after the fifth week of hospitalization and 
six per month after the thirteenth week of hospitalization, the starting point for 
calculating the nunber of hospital visits is based on the date of adnission if the operating 
surgeon has adnitted the patient or the date of referral if the patient has been referred to 
the operating surgeon while in hospital. The surgical benefit includes the generally 
accepted surgical components of the procedure. The listed benefit of a procedure nonnally 
includes repair of any iatrogenic coiplications occurring during the course of the surgery, 

(2) When a physician makes a special trip to perform a non-elective surgical procedure during the 
daytime (Manday to Friday), he should claim the appropriate special visit, a consultation if 
the case is referred or the appropriate assesanent if the case is not referred plus the 
procedural benefit(s). If the non-elective procedure is carried out at night (after 5:00 
pwn, and before 7:00 ajn,) , or Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays, the physician may claim the 
special visit applicable to the consultation or asses3nent, and the surgical praniun (E409 or 
E410 - see paragraph 47 of the Preamble), 

(3) When more than one procedure is carried out by a surgeon under the same anaesthesia or within 
14 days during the same hospitalization for the same condition, the full benefit applies to 
the maoor procedure and 8S% of the listed benefit(s) applies to the other procedure(s) per- 
formed unless otherwise stated in the Preafit)le(s) or Schedule. The above statement applies 
to staged or bilateral procedures but does not apply v/ien a normal appendix or simple ovarian 
or para-ovarian cyst is ranoved incidentally during an operation, for which no claim should 
be made. 

(4) liien a siijsequent operation becomes necessary for the sane condition because of a conpli- 
cation or for a new condition, the full benefit should apply for each procedure. 

(5) When a SLbsequent non-elective procedure is done for a new condition by the scme surgeon, the 
full benefit will apply to each procedure. When a subsequent elective procedure is done for 
a different condition within 14 days during the same hospitalization by the sane surgeon, the 
benefit for the lesser procedure shall be reduced by 15%. 

(6) When different operative procedures are done by two different surgeons under the sane anaes- 
thesia for different conditions, the benefit will be 100% of the listed benefit for each 
condition. Under these circonstances, the basic assistants' benefit should not be charged by 
either operating surgeon; however time units may be claimed, 

(7) As a general rule, when elective bilateral procedures are perfomed by two surgeons at the 
same time, one surgeon should charge for the surgical procedures and the other surgeon should 
claim the assistant's benefit. 

(8) Where two surgeons are working together in surgery in which neither a tean fee or other 
method of billing is set out in the benefit schedule, the surgeon should identify himself as 
the operating surgeon and claim accordingly; the surgeon who is assisting him should identify 
himself as such and claim the assistant's benefit. Where the second or assistant surgeon is 
brought into the case on a consultation basis, he may, when indicated, claim a consultation 
as well but should be prepared to justify it on an I.C. basis. If the nature or complexity 
of a procedure requires more than one operating surgeon each providing a separate service in 



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Reg. 215/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 1939 

SURGIC/IL PROCEDURES 

his ONI specialized field ejg. one surgeon carries out the ablative part and another surgeon 
the reconstnctive part of the procedure, then each surgeon should claim the listed benefit 
for his services. This stataient applies *iien the additional procedure(s) are not the usual 
aBfxments of tne main procedure. If ore surgeon in addition to perfoniring a specialized 
portion of a procedure, acts as an assistant during the ranainder of the procedire, he nay 
also claim time units for assisting. 

(9) Unless otherwise stated, the listed benefits are for i/iilateral procedures only. 

(10) l*ien a procedure is perfooœd, a procedural berefit, if listed, should be claimed. SODStitu- 
tion of consultation and/or visit benefits for procedural berefits (except as in paragraph 
11), is not in keeping mtti the intent of the benefit schedule. 

(11) l#wi a surgical benefit (non I.OJ'., Conplete Care, Fracture or Dislocation) is less than the 
consultation benefit and the case is referred, the physician ray claim the consultation 
benefit instead of the sirgical benefit. rt>ever, to avoid the consultation being comted as 
such ifider the CHIP limitation rules on the nijrt)er of consultations alloteJ per year, the 
physician should claim the consultation fee i*ider the surgical procedu^ nanenclature or 
code. Since the consultation is replacing a procedural benefit »i*iich includes the pre- and 
post-operative and sirgical care, no additional claims beyond the consultation should be 
nade. 

(12) If a physician perforas a minor sirgical procédure and during the same visit assesses and 
treats the patient for another caipletely iirelated and significant problem involving another 
body system, the physician should claim for the procedire as »ell as the appropriate assess- 
ment. 

(13) l*iere a procedure is specified as "Independent Operative Procedure (IJ)J>.)", tne procedtral 
benefit should oe claimed in full along with the appropriate consultation or visit »lien both 
services are actually rendered. However, when an I.OJ'. procedure is done in coruiwition 
with a non-I JJJ». procedure, there should Se no claim for the consultation, pre- and post- 
operative cafe related to the LOJ". procedure. The listed I.OJ>. benefit should be claimed 
in these circunstances along with the non-IJJJ'. benefits plus the related major pre- 

1 operative visit (see paragraph (1) of Surgical Preamble). l*ien multiple or bilateral I.O.P. 
procedires are perforaed at the sane time by the same physician, the listed procediral bene- 
fits should be claimed in full but the pre- and post-operative benefits should be claimed as 
if only one procedure had been perforaed. '>*ien a patient is aiamned in a physician's office 
and this leads to an elective Independent Operative Procedure {1.0JP.) being perforaed for 
the same problem or diagnosis by the same pnysician in the Bnergency or Outpatient Déparaient 
on a non-a(Jmssion basis, the pnysician snould claim a consultation or visit for the exani- 
nation in the office and the fee for the LOJ". carried out in the Bnergency Outpatient 
Department. An additional assessnent benefit at the time of the elective I.OJ'. should only 
be claimed v*ien an additional assesaient is perfbnned. 

(14) *en procedires are specifically listed i«ier Surgical Procedires, surgeons should use these 
listings rather than applying one of the plastic sirgery listed fees mder Operations on Skin 
and S(i3cutaneous Tissue. 

(15) For excision of tumrs not specifically listed in this Schedule, claims should be made on an 
IX. basis (code R993). Independent consideration also will be given (irder code R990) to 
claims for other jwsual but generally accepted surgical procedures which are not listed 
specifically in the Schedule (exclirling non-major variations of listed procedures). In 
silmitting claims, physicians should relate the service rendered to canparable listed 
procedures in teras of scope and difficulty (see Preanble, Part B, paragraph 32). 

(16) Cdsnetic or Aesthetic Surgery: means a service to enhance appearance without being medically 
necessary such as (a) sirgery for correction of facial trinkles; (b) sirgery for eyelid 
trinKles (s)ninetrical ana without a fmctional problem); (c) rhinoplasty for appearances 
only; and (d) augmentation mamioplasty for synnetrical deficiency without physiological 
iinonnality. These services are not benefits of CHIP. (See Preantole, Appendix D). 

(17) Reconstructive Surgery: is surgery to improve appearance and/or fwiction to any area altered 
by disease, trauna or congenital deformity. Althixjgh surgery solely to restore appearance 
may be included in this definition inder certain limited conditions, anotional, psychological 
or psychiatric groinds nomally are not considered sufficient additional reason for QHIP 
coverage of such sirgery. Appendix of the Pneaitle to this Schedule describes the condi- 
tions i«ler which sirgery for alteration of appearance, only, ray be a benefit of the Plan. 

Physicians should submit requests to their District OHIP office for authorization of any 
proposed sirgery which may fal 1 outside of QHIP coverage. (See Appendix 0). 

(18) Procedural benefits (non IJ)J>.) include the removal of sutures v*ien both services are ren- 
dered by the same physician i^less the ranoval of sutures is done on the second or subsequent 
office visit for follow up examination. lp*ien a physician is entitled to claim for ranoval of 
sutires ijB. as outlined in the previous sentence or is a physician other than the operating 
surgeon or following an l.OJ>. procedure, an office visit may be claimed. 



649 



1940 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 



SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

(19) Additional claims for biopsies performed when a surgeon is operating in the abdominal or 
thoracic cavity should be given independent consideration. 

(20) li*ien a listed procedure is performed and no anaesthetic is required, the procedure should De 
claimed under the "local anaesthetic" listing. 

(21) l*ien a physician adninisters an anaesthetic and/or other medication prior to, during a 
procedure{s) or immediately after a procedure(s) which he/she performs on the same patient, 
he/she should claim for the procedure(s) only. However, when a physician adninisters a 
pudendal, femoral, intercostal, sciatic, ilioguinal, iliohypogastric, ulnar, median or radial 
block in addition to performing a procedure, he may claim $12.60 (G224) in addition to the 
procedure. 

(22) If claims are being siÈmitted in coded form, the surgeon should add the suffix A to the 
listed procedural code, the surgical assistant should add the suffix B to the listed proce- 
dural code and the anaesthetist should add the suffix C to the listed procedural code. 

OPERATIONS ON T>£ I^TEGU^€^f^ARY SYSTEM 



Code 



SKIN n€ SUBCUTANEOUS TISSUE 
Incision (I.OJ'.) 



Asst Surg. Anaes 



aoi 

2173 
Z174 
2104 
Z106 
Z103 
2102 
Z172 
2105 
2107 
2108 
2119 
2120 
2114 
2115 
2100 
2227 
2118 
2116 
Note: 



2155 
2245 



2156 
2157 
2158 

2159 
2160 
2161 

2162 
2163 
2164 
2165 
Note: 



Abscess or Haematora 

local anaesthetic - stbcutaneous - one 

- two 

- three or more 

- perianal 

- ischiorectal or pilonidal 

- palmar or plantar spaces 

general anaesthetic - siixutaneous - one 

- two or more 

- perianal 

- ischiorectal or pilonidal 

- palmar or plantar spaces 

Canedones, acne pustules, milia - ten or less 

- eleven or more 

Foreign body removal - local anaesthetic 

- general anaesthetic 3 

- coiplicated (see Preartle para B.32) 4 

Intranuscul ar abscess or haematona 

Aspiration of superficial lunp for cytology 

Biopsy(s) - any method - when sole procedure 

2116 may be allowed more than once on an I.C. basis if meoically necessary 
(in order to make a diagnosis or to plan treatitient) to biopsy more than one 
lesion or to obtain a second biopsy fron an extensive lesion. If claimed, 
may be allowed with chenical treatment of lesion (code 2117). 

- extensive, ccmplicated or requiring general anaesthetic when 
sole procedure (see Preantle para BJ2) 

Biopsy for malignant hyperthermia, three or more 

Excision (with or without biopsy) 
Lesions - single or multiple sites (I.OJ'.) 
Grcup 1 - e.g. verruca, papilloma, keratosis, pyogenic 
granuloma, spider naevus 
Removal by excision and suture - single lesion 

- two lesions 

- three or more lesions 

Removal by electrocoagulation and/or curreting 

- single lesion 

- two lesions 

- three or more lesions 

Group 2 - naevus 

Removal by excision and suture - single lesion 

- two lesions 

- three or more lesions 

Congenital (extensive) (see Preantole para B.32) 

Naevi rerroved for co3netic purposes and not for any clinical suspicion of 
disease or malignancy may be billed to the patient. 



16.50 




24.90 




33.50 




16.50 




36.40 




36.40 




36.40 


4 


54.70 


4 


36.40 


4 


59.30 


4 


59.30 


4 


3.20 




11.20 




15.50 




73.00 


4 


I.C. 


4 


83.50 


4 


23.20 




12.10 





I.C. 
125.60 



I.C. 
10 



12.10 
18.20 
30.40 


4 
4 
4 


8.70 
13.00 
21.60 


4 
4 
4 


12.10 

18.20 

30.40 

I.C. 


4 
4 
4 



(,°l 



650 



O. Reg. 215/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



1941 



Sll«ICAL PROCHXJRES 

OPERATIONS ON M INTCGl>€NT/«Y SYSTEM - Cont'd. 
Co* Asst 

SKIN Arc SUBCUTWCOUS TISSUE - Cont'a. 

Group 3 - plantar verruca 

Z166 Rénovai Sy excision and suture - single lesion 

Z167 - two lesions ....................... 

Z168 - three or more lesions 

Removal by electrocoagulation and/or curetting 

Z169 - single lesion 

Z170 - two lesions 

ZI71 - three or more lesions 

Gro»4) 4 - cyst, haadiangicma, lipcnta 
Face or neck 

Z122 local anaesthetic - single lesion 

2123 - two lesions 

Z124 - three or more lesions 

Z145 general anaesthetic - single lesion 3 

Z146 - tvo lesions 3 

Z147 - three or more lesions 3 

Z148 - extensive or massive (see Preaifcle para BJ2)... 3 

Other areas 

Z125 local anaesthetic - single lesion 

Z126 - two lesions 

Z127 - three or more lesions 

Z149 general anaesthetic - single lesion 3 

aSO - two lesions 3 

Z151 - three or more lesions 3 

Z152 - extensive or massive (see Preartile para BJ2)... 3 

R034 Congenital dermoid cyst - adult 3 

H043 - infant or child 3 

R042 - midline, e.g. nasal 3 

n037 Giant cell tunour 3 

R035 Pilonidal cyst- simple excision or marsupialization 3 

R036 - excision and skin shift 3 

Inguinal , perineal or axillary skin and sweat glands for hyperhydrosis and/ 

or hydradenitis 

R069 - irilateral 3 

R060 - with skin graft(s) or rotation flap(sl 3 

ftligrant Lesions including biopsy of each lesion 

- single or multiple sites 

Simple excision - face or neck 

R048 - single lesion 3 

R049 - two lesions *.,... 3 

R050 - three or more lesions 3 

Simple excision - other areas 

R094 - single lesion 3 

R040 - two lesions 3 

%)41 - three or more lesions 3 

E540 - if excision is perfonned in hospital for turour free margin vnth frozen 
section, add 25J to excision or repair fees (see Note below) 

Curettage, electrodesiccation or cryosurgery - face or neck 

R018 - single lesion 3 

R019 - two lesions 3 

RCI20 - three or more lesions 3 

Curettage, electrodesiccation or cryosurgery - other areas 

RÛ31 - single lesion 3 

R032 - two lesions 3 

R033 - three or more lesions • ••••• 3 

ROei ChemosurgerV (HJhs technique) (see PreaiOle para 8J2) 

R051 Laser surgery on ^vi^ 1-4 and malignant lesions 

Note: l*ien excision of benign or malignant lesions are corrected by ad- 
vancanent, rotation, transposition, 'T' plasty, flap or graft, claim 
appropriate benefit listed under Repair Section instead of foregoing 
excision benefits. 



Debridanent and Dressing (I.OJ>.) - not chargeable in addition to any 
surgical procedure ijiless canplications require such care in excess of 
the usual post-operative care 

LI.V.C. - minor 

Z153 - major (not chargeable in addition ûi Z176) 

Z144 - requiring general anaesthetic 4 

R082 - extensive (see Preancle para 3.32) 4 



Surg flnaes 



23 JO 
35.70 
59 JO 

16.50 
24.90 
49.30 



26.50 
39.10 
53.80 
54 JB 
81.10 
107 JO 
I.C. 



20.40 
31.40 
41.15 
4U5 
SHJX 
8U0 
I.C. 
102.40 
165.40 
224.50 
102.40 
150.80 
2043) 



204.80 
311.10 



59.90 
98.50 
196 JO 


4 
4 
4 


47.85 
78.30 
157.50 


4 

4 

4 


56.40 
92 JO 

185.90 


4 
4 
4 


45J0 
74.60 
149 JO 

IX. 

I.C. 


4 

4 

4 

I.C 

I.C 



visit fee 
11.40 

46.30 4 

IX. 5 



10 

651 



1942 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 
OPERATIONS ON TIC IMEGlttNTARY SYSTEM - Cont'd, 

SKIN /*€ SUBCUTANEOUS HSSUE - Cont'd. 



O. Reg. 215/86 



Asst Surg Anaes 



Code 

Bums 

For Burn care requiring anaesthetists' and assistants' services the following 
fees apply: 

R030 Minor bums - up to 15% 4 

R038 Moderate bums - 16% to 30% 5 

R039 l^or bums - more than 30% 8 

Z180 Resuscitation - major bum, initial care, 1st 24 hours 87.40 

Z181 - continuing care (up to 3 days), per day 43.70 

Debridement and excision, per % of total body treated other 

R637 than hand, head or neck 24.40 

Debridenent and excision 

R660 - hand, each digit 24.40 

R661 - dorsun palm - each 40.60 

R662 - nose, cheek, lip, ear, forehead, scalp, neck, eyelid - each 24.40 

Grafting of bum, per % of total body treated 

R638 other than hand, head or neck 40.60 

Graft of bum 

R663 - hand, each digit 48.60 

R664 - palm, dorsun - each 97 JO 

R665 -nose, lip(s) -each 162.30 

R666 - cheek(s), forehead - each 162J0 

R667 - ear 162.30 

R668 -e>elid 162 JO 

R669 - scalp, less than 10% 81.10 

R670 up to 50% 202J0 

R671 over 50% I.C. 

R672 - neck, less than 10% 81.10 

R673 up to 50% 178.40 

R674 over 50% I.C. 

Suture of Lacerations (Ii)J>.) 
376 - up to 5 an 12.20 

- up to 5 cm if on face and/or requires tying of bleeders and/ or closure in 

Z154 la>ers 29.30 

Z175 - 5.1 to 10 on 29J0 

- 5.1 to 10 cm. if on face and/or requires tying of bleeders and/or closure 

Z177 in layers 58.70 

Z179 - 10.1 to 15 an 41.55 

- 10.1 to 15 an if on face and/ or requires tying of bleeders and/or closure 

Z190 in la>ers 83.50 

Z191 - more than 15.1 on. (see Preantle para BJ2) IJ^. 

- if inhalation general anaesthesia (other than 50% N,0/a, mixture) is used 

E530 add, 41.55 

E531 - if extensive debridenent is required, add (see Preamble para BJ2) I.C. 

E542 - when sutures are inserted in private office, add 4.70 

- rénovai of sutures only ••••• visit fee 

Note: The above benefits include the use of sutures, local anaesthetic, 

tetanus toxoid and routine observation until the sutures have been 

rerroved, 
rtjscle Repair 

R525 Simple muscle repair(s) to include repair of involved skin 3 72.90 

R528 Canplex (see Preantle para BJ2) 4 IX. 

Skin Flaps and Grafts - The benefit will depend on the size and location of 
the area grafted and the type of graft, /additional procedures other than 
the skin grafting are extra, e.g. tendon grafts, inlay grafts, etc. Skin 
flaps or grafts done during a procedure should be claimed on their o^ 
merit (unless specifically listed as being inclusive for that procedure). 
Skin Raps 

A. Advancanent Flaps (to include undennining of more than 2.5 on. per side) 
is intended to include excision of a lesion if this is technique of 
closure. 

ROll If defect is 2.1 to 5 on - face or neck 3 72.10 

R002 - other areas 3 48.20 

R012 If defect is 5.1 to 10 an - face or neck 3 109.10 

R003 - other areas 3 72.90 

R004 If be>ond 10 an such as thoracic abdaninal flap (See Preanble para BJ2)... 4 I.C. 



652 



I 



O Reg. 215/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SlRGiaiL PROCSXJRES 
OPERATICNS OH TIC imBGU€NT«Y SYSTW - Catt'd. 

SKIN !*€ SUBOÏÏWCOUS HSSŒ - Cont'd. 



1943 



Gode 



Asst Surg Anaes 



R046 
R072 
R046 
R075 
R047 
R073 
R074 



(079 
R077 
fOTO 
R071 

Roeo 

RD78 
R103 
RlOl 
RIOO 



R005 
R006 

Rooe 

Z195 

n% 

R009 
R007 



RQB4 
RGBS 
R0e6 

nOB7 
R0B8 



R09Z 
R093 
R0S3 
R091 

rbte: 



a057 
R068 



R847 
R845 



R061 
R062 
n063 



R064 



B. Rotations, Transpositions, "Z" plasties (includes irtemrining) but will 
depend en the site and size. 

Defect less than 2 an average dianeter - face or neck 3 168.60 

- other areas 3 112.60 

Defect 2.1 to 5 an average diemeter - face or neclc 3 283.20 

- other areas ......................... 3 188.65 

Defect 5J to 10 an average dianeter - face or neck 4 403.30 

- other areas ........................ 4 269J10 

Defect nore than 10 on average dianeter (See Preamble para bJ2) ........... 4 I.C. 

C. Pedicle Flaps 

anal! e.g. cross finger 4 112.60 

- each S(i>sequent stage 4 84J0 

Intennediate e.g. cervical finger 4 248.10 

- each sU>sequent stage 4 188.65 

Large e.g. cross leg, deltopectoral , forehead ............................. 4 351.70 

- each sti>sequent stage 4 263J0 

Delay of tiDe or pedicle 53.40 

Delay, intennediate flap 3 111.35 

Delay, m^or flap 4 246.55 

D. IV>-Cutaneous Flaps (to include closure by any means) 
Stemo-flBstoid, tensor fascia lata, gluteus naxiius, gracilis, sartorius, 

rectus fanoris, gastrocnanius (medial and lateral), 

trapezius 3 397.30 

Pectoral is m^or, latissinus dorsi, ijiilateral rectus aPdotninus ........... 4 620.70 

UMer transverse rectus abdoninus flap .................................... 6 538.00 

- repair of abdonirul defect - sane surgeon ............................ 165.40 

- different sirgeon 319J» 

^yjcutaneous - osseous flaps e.g. pectoral is m^or m^utansous flap with 

nb graft, trapezius flap with scapula spine .......m. 6 661.70 

Other (See Preaible para. 8.32) IX. IX. 

Skin Grafts 

A. Split Thickness Grafts (for btm grafts see p. ) 

Very minor, very snail areas, e.g. trauna .........m............. ...... 78X0 

Minor, mediun sized areas, e.g. snail or skin ulcer, breast, etc. 3 118.50 

Intennediate, large areas, e.g. tank, anns, legs 4 219X0 

f%jor, caiplex areas, e.g. face, neck, hands 4 327.70 

Extensive major, very large areas(s) 4 479.70 

B. Full Thickness Grafts 

Kinor - less than 1 on. average dianeter 78.80 

Intennediate - 1 on. to 5 an. average dianeter 3 120.90 

}^cr - over 5 on. (See Preartle para. 3J2) 5 IX. 

Canplex - e^lid, nose, lip, face 4 177.60 

Descriptive details of procedure(s) (e.g. operative report) should be 
stlmitted with claims for professional assessment for R091, R083. 

Appendage or tissue re-vascularization involving microanastonosis with or 

without nricro neuroanastanosis (See Preaitle para. B.32) ............... IX. IX. 

Revision of above (See Preant)1e para. BJ32) .m..........~............. I.C IX. 

Stasis Ulcer 

- with skin graft - per leg ............................................... 3 165.40 

- nultiple ligation and skin graft - per leg 5 281.20 

Neurovascular Island Transfer 

Minor e^g. finger tip 3 118.50 

Intennediate e.g. finger to thutD transfer 4 219X0 

r^or e^. foot to heel 4 363J0 

Free Island Flaps 

Elevation of free island skin and sitcutaneous flap and closure of 

defect 10 703.40 



IX. 



IX. 

IX. 



11 



653 



1944 



Code 

R065 

R066 

R067 

R068 

R069 
R125 

R126 

R127 

R128 

R129 

R130 
R131 
R132 

R133 
R134 

R135 

R136 
R137 

R138 

R139 
R025 
R106 



Z121 
Note: 



Z128 
Z129 



a30 
Z131 



Z117 
Notes; 



R096 
R104 
R097 
R098 
R099 
R089 
R090 

Note: 

R021 
R026 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SIRGIOM. PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON TTC I^^EG1J^€^^•«?Y SYSTEM - Cont'd. 

SKIN AND SUBCUTANEOUS TISSUE - Cont'd. 



O. Reg. 215/86 



Asst Surg Anaes 



Preparation of microvascular recipient site for free island skin siixutan- 

eous flap 744.40 

Transplantation of free island skin and siix:utaneous flap with microvas- 
cular anastonosis 744.40 

Elevation of innervated free island skin and stbcutaneous flap and closure 

of defect 10 827.10 

Preparation of microvascular recipient site for innervated free island skin 

and subcutaneous flap 827.10 

Transplantation of innervated free island skin and subcutaneous flap with 

micrxwascular anastcmosis and nerve repair 773.50 

Elevation of free island skin and muscle flap and closure of defect ....... 10 703.40 

Preparation of microvascular recipient site for free island skin and nuscle 

flap 744.40 

Transplantation of free island skin and muscle flap with microvascular 

anastonosis 703.40 

Elevation of fr^ee island muscle flap with tendon and nerve, and closure 

of defect 10 951.50 

Preparation of microvascular recipient site for muscle, tendon arid nerve 

anastonosis 951.50 

Transplantation of fr-ee island nuscle flap with tendon, nerve and micrx)- 

vascular anastonosis 951.50 

Elevation of fr-ee island bone flap and closure of defect 10 703.40 

Preparation of microvascul ar recipient site for free island bone flap ..... 744.40 

Transplantation of free island bone flap wih micrxivascular anastonosis 

and bone fixation 827.10 

Elevation of free island skin and bone flap and closur-e of defect 10 843.60 

Pr^eparation of microvascular recipient site for free island skin and bone 

flap 843.60 

Transplantation of fr-ee island skin and bone flap with microvascular 

anastonosis and bone fixation 843.60 

Elevation of fr-ee toe or finger and closure of defect 10 843.60 

Preparation of microvascular recipient site for free toe or finger trans- 
plant 843.60 

Transplantation of free island toe or finger with microvascular anastonosis 

and tendon nerve and bone repair 992.50 

Revision of free island flaps (see Preanfcle para B.32) 10 IX. 

Skin Flaps and Grafts - other than listed above (see Preamble para BJ2)... I.C I.C. 

Destruction 

Epilation of facial hair-s (I.O.P.) - per quarter hour 13.90 

Claims for the above procedure require OHIP authorization (see Surgical 

Preantile, paragraph (17)). 
Finger or toe-nail (I. O.P.) 

Simple, partial or complete - one 19.60 

- multiple 29.30 

Radical, including destr-uction of nail bed 

- one 48.80 

- multiple 68.10 

Chanical and/or cr>otherapy treatment of minor skin lesions (I.OJ'.) 

- one or more lesions, per treatment 9.10 

Plastic Planing (Dermabrasion) - face or acne 

(1)R096, R104, R097 - not a benefit of OHIP for areas other than the face. 
(2)RCI98 - Claims for this procedure require OHIP authorization (see 

Surgical Preantle, paragraph (17)). 
(3)Plastic PlaningAlennabrasion by areas, as an insured service, may 

not exceed the fee for R097. 

- each area 

- both cheeks 

- Mhole face 

- single area, e.g. trauna scar 

Rhinophyna, rénovai by shaving 

Webbed Fingers - one veb space 4 

Webbed Toes - one veb space 4 

Scar Revision - any method of closure 

OHIP authorization is required for all scar revision in areas other than 
the face or neck (see Preairble, Appendix D). 

up to 2.5 on - face or neck 3 97.70 

- other areas 3 65.40 



10 

I.C. 



82.70 


4 


173.70 


4 


264.70 


4 


47.45 


4 


212.70 


4 


227.60 


5 


104.60 


4 



V 



654 



O. Reg. 215/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



1945 



SUSICAL PROCEDURES 



OPERATIONS OH T>C IMTEGUtNT/IRY SYSTW - Cont'd. 
Code Asst Surg Anaes 

SKIN AM) SUBOJlAfCOUS HSSΠ- Cont'd. 

WEZ 2.6 to 5 am - faœ or neck 3 164.60 4 

R027 - other areas 3 109.90 4 

R(E3 5.1 an to 10 an - face or neck 3 234.70 5 

R028 - other areas 3 156.75 5 

R0Z9 - Greater than 10 an. (see Prearitole, Part B, paragraph 32). 4 I.C. 6 

Note: CHIP authorization is required for all scar revisions in areas other 
than the face or neck (see Preamble, Appendix D). 



R150 
R151 
R152 
R153 
R154 
Notes: 



Plastic Surgery Procedures: 

The setting of benefits covering the various procedires of plastic 
surgery is a very difficult problem. Since oany procedures are divided 
into stages which have to be considered in assessing a fee, it is felt 
that all such plastic surgical procedures should be classed by the 
responsible specialist as very minor, major, intennediate, major, or 
wtensive major. Benefits should be claimed according to procedures set 
forth in the tariff, except in cases *#iich are difficult to define, in 
vliich case "IX." should be the basis of the claim. The nrinimun benefit 
for each would be as foliote: 

Very Hinor 

Minor 3 

Intermediate .............................................................. 4 

ftOor 4 

Extensive ^or 4 

(l)Descriptive details of procedure (e.g.: operative report) should be 

sUmitted *nth claims for codes R150-R154 for professional assesanent. 
{2)Taking of skin by a strgeon for grafting by an Oral Sirgepn claim as 
R150. 



78X0 
118.15 
219X0 
327.70 
480.50 



Z132 
Note: 

Z137 
E541 

n38 



Z141 
Z139 



n40 

Z740 



R107 

Rill 
E546 

R115 
R116 
Note: 



Rice 

Ril7 
R109 



Insertion of tissue expander {I XJ*.) 3 166.20 5 

Authorization nay 6e required from CHIP (e.g. for scars of legs etc.) 

Percutaneous inflation of tissue expander(s) per visit (l.OJ>,) 19.50 

Each additional expander - to a maxmun of 3 per visit add 501 

Replaçaient of tissue expander oy pennanent prosthesis (IXJ*.) 165.40 4 

OPERATIONS ON DC BREAST 

Incision 

Needle biopsy - one or more (I.0J>.) 20.50 

Aspiration of cyst - one or more (IX.P.) • 20.50 

Drainage of intramamiary abscess or hanatara - single ore nûlti loculated 
{1.0 J>.) 

- local anaesthetic 20.50 

- general anaesthetic 51X0 4 

Excision 

Tunour or tissue for diagnostic biopsy and/or treatment e.g. carcinana, 

fibroadenoma or fibrocystic disease (single or multiple - sane 

breast) 3 111X5 4 

Partial raastectany or vedge resection for treatment of breast disease 

with or without biopsy ewg. carcinona or extensive fibrocystic disease 3 169.35 4 

- with radical axillary node dissection, add 198X0 2 

^bstectaIy - male (benign) - inilateral 

- sirple 3 144.90 4 

- soxutaneous with nipple preservation 4 223.70 5 

R116, R117 - include skin grafts if required. 

R109 - allowed skin graft in addition if claimed. 
f%stectany - fanale (with or without biopsy) 

- simple 4 223.70 5 

- sUxutaneous with nipple preservation 4 223.70 5 

hbstectony, radical or modified radica1(with or without biopsy) 5 413X0 6 



mH 



655 



1946 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 215/86 

SJfiGlCfiL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON TTC INTIGli€NTflRY SYSTEM - Cont'd. 
'^^ Asst Surg Anaes 

OPERATIONS ON T>€ BREAST - Cont'd. 

Repair 

Notes: R118 - R112 - Claims for these procedures may require CHIP 

authorization (see Surgical Preanfcle, paragraphs (16), (17) and 

Preamble, Appendix 0). 

Post-fliastectcmy breast reconstruction 

R119 - breast mound creation by prosthesis and/or soft tissue 4 256.00 5 

R118 - breast skin reconstruction by local flaps or grafts 4 342.60 5 

E529 - with breast mcird creation by prosthesis and/or soft tissue, .add 86.50 

Note: - by myocutaneous flaps - see codes R005 - R009 

R114 - revision of breast mould 3 194.60 4 

R113 Nipple-areola preservation and tissue-banking 3 99.25 4 

R121 Reimplantation of tissue-banked nipple-areola 3 115.80 4 

R120 Nipple-areola reconstruction by grafts 3 194.60 4 

Reduction mammoplasty { female, to include nipple transplantation or 

RllO grafting) - unilateral 5 400.90 7 

R112 Augnentation marinoplasty - unilateral 4 169.35 4 

Z142 Removal of breast prosthesis (I. O.P.) 3 66.95 4 

Z133 Breast capsulotoriy closed (I.O,P.) - no anaesthetic 10.40 

Z134 - general anaesthetic 3 66.95 4 

Z135 Open capsulotomy with or without replacement of breast prosthesis (I.O.P.). 3 165.40 4 



656 



O. Reg. 215/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 1947 

SU«ICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON TIC MUSCULOSKELET;*. SYSTEM 
Preeable: 

(1) Corrective splints must be "corrective" to qualify for â benefit as such. The corrective splint 
listings are not applicable to simple itimjoilization such as with a Jones bandage or metal finger 
splint following soft tissue ir\jtry. 

(2) The removal of a wire or pin or other device »«hen used for traction or external fixation (except for 
rigid external fixators) in the treatnent of a fracture or other orthopaedic procedire is to De 
included 'n the procedural fee irless a general anaesthetic is required in which case a fee may be 
claimed. Removal of devices used for internal fixation more than 30 days after insertion may be 
charged for in addition to the procediral benefit. 

(3) The benefit for total hip replacanent also includes denervation of the hip joint and adductor 
tenotoiy. 

(4) The benefit for obtaining a bone graft is not to be claimed in cases of pseudarthrosis repair, 
fusions or for listings in v<hich bone grafting is included, 

(5) For the supervision of lint) fitting and 6 months post-operative care following anputation, claim 
visit fees. Aiçutation with innediate fitting to include supervision of final linb fitting - add 
401 (E586). 

(6) Arthroscopic surgery shall constitute an arthrotony for the purposes of this schedule and procedires 
shall comand the sane benefits. 

Fractires and Dislocations: 

(a) For fractures or dislocations requiring open or closed reduction or no reduction, the m^or 
pre-operative visit i.e. consultation or appropriate assessnent may be claimed in addition to the 
listed benefits. 

(b) OPEN REDUCTION shall mean the treatment of a fracture or dislocation by either closed intramedullary 
fixation or by an operative procedire to expose the fracture. The benefits include fixation by 
internal or external devices. 

(c) CLOSED REDUCTION shall mean the reduction of a fractire or dislocation by non-operative methods 
(including traction). 

(d) MO REDUCTION shall mean the treatment of a fracture or dislocation by any other method and indoles 
the use of the initial external support. 

(e) The stated benefit covers full or after treatment up to 6 weeks except if additional reductions are 
necessary or if patient is transferred to another surgeon or if the patient is paraplegic. 

(f) In nwltiple fractures or dislocations, the benefit for the m^or fracture or dislocation shall be 
lOOl and the benefit for the other fractures or dislocations 35%. ulien no procedural benefit is 
applicable, but n^ien that fracture or dislocation necessitates hospitalization or concurrent care 
over that denanded by the major injury, a visit benefit may be claimed in addition to other 
procedural benefits. 

(g) For repeat reductions (closed or open) for the same fracture or dislocation, the full benefit should 
be clawed for the final reduction and after care - previous reductions by the same sirgeon should 
be claimed at 35i. 

(h) Emergency spl inting of fractures in the emergency department should be on the basis of appropriate 

visit benefit, plus application of cast if appropriate. 
(i) Transferred cases - 

(1) fchen patients are transferred to a chronic or convalescent facility, additional visit benefits 
on a chronic care basis shall be allowed to other than the operating surgeon (and also to the 
surgeon after 6 xeeks) . 

(2) khen patients are transferred to another physician for after care of fractures and dislocations 
treated by closed or no reduction, the physician rendering the initial care should claim 751 of 
the listed fee and the surgeon rendering subsequent care visit fees except where otherwise 
specified. In cases involving open reduction, the percentage should be 30i f or the surgeon 
providing the initial care. 

(3) In cases »(here the original physician attempts to reduce a fracture or dislocation \n3er 
general anaesthesia, is uisuccessful and refers the patient to another physician for definitive 
care, the original physician should claim 75% of the listed fee. 

(j) Paraplegia associated with fractures and dislocations may be claimed by charging visit fees after 
the first 2 weeks of post-operative care in addition to the appropriate procedural fees. 

(k) Pseudarthrosis may be alloved as the appropriate benefit after the fracture is 4 nnnths old. 

(1) For fractires and dislocations not requiring reduction, visit fees apply mless a specific fee is 
listed. If the listed fee is less than the consultation, the consultation should be claimed mder 
the fracture dislocation code nuiter. 

Code GEJCRAL FEES Asst Surg /Vaes 

Bone/Fascial /Dermis Grafts 

E551 Autogenous - separate incision 73.60 

E552 - same incision 49.60 

Z242 - different sirgeon ilJ)J>.) 163.80 



n 



65' 



1948 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 215/86 



SURGICAL PROCOXJRES 

OPERATIONS ON T>C MLfiCULOSKELETAL SYSTÎM - Cont'd. 
Code Asst Su rg Anaes 

GE^ERAL FEES - Cont'd. 

B53 Hcmogenous - bank 21.10 

Allograft - donor - 85% of excision fee 
R200 - cadaver - per long bone, each 122.90 

Fixation 

E547 Methyl methacryl ate (not arthroplasty) 50.40 

E555 Rigid external fixation (excluding casts) for closed reduction, add 40% 

to closed reduction fee 

E544 Cast - bracing with closed reduction, add 40% to reduction fee 
E569 Percutaneous pinning, add 30% to closed reduction 

E590 Rigid external fixation - pseudarthosis 64.60 

R267 Removal fixation device - general anaesthetic 3 134.70 4 

R268 - local anaesthetic 3 46.30 4 

R598 Ranoval of extensive external fixation device under general anaesthesia... 41.30 4 

Z210 Insertion traction pin - excludes fractures and dislocations (I.O.P.) .... 28.70 

Mound Care 

Z783 Secondary closure 82.50 

E550 Closed irrigation during a surgical procedure , 53.60 

Extensive debridement of corpoind fractures or dislocations - add 40% to 

E556 reduction fee 2 

R517 Excision of foreign body 91.40 4 

Electrical Stimulation 
Z250 External or internal (I.O.P.) 163.80 4 



Z201 
Z202 
Z203 
Z199 
Z213 
Z211 
Z196 
Z205 
Z20e 
Z206 
Z207 
Z209 
Z216 
Z200 
Z873 

Z204 



R606 
E582 
R608 
E583 
R610 
R611 
R612 



Casts d.OJ'.) 

Application of plaster casts or corrective splints are not chargeable if 

applied at the time of surgery (except for the application of a cast brace) 

or applied during the first 6 weeks for a fracture or dislocation when a 

procedural fee is applicable. The siijsequent application of plaster casts 

is chargeable according to the following schedule. Cost of material is 

extra. 

Finger 

Hand 

Arm, forearm or wrist 

Foot 

Below knee, knee splints (Stove pipe, etc.) ............................... 

Mx)le leg (mid thigh to toes) 

Toes 

Head and Torso 3 

Shoulder spica 3 

Body cast 3 

Hip spica - trilateral 3 

- bilateral 3 

Wedging of casts in other than fracture treatment 

/^plication of Unna's paste 

Application of cast brace (mjst include hinge) ............................ 

Ranoval of plaster (not associated with fractures or dislocation within 8 
weeks of initial treatment) 

HA^Oand WIST 

Anputation 

Phalanx 

- each additional 

I^tacarpal or metaphal angeal joint 

- each additional 

Trans, metacarpal 2nd or 5th ray 

Hand - all metacarpals 3 

Mrist 4 



8.40 




12.70 


4 


20.30 


4 


12.70 


4 


20.30 


4 


24.60 


4 


8.40 


4 


82.50 


4 


82.50 


4 


48.80 


4 


82.50 


4 


103.20 


4 


8.40 




12.70 




57.30 





8.40 



137.05 


4 


39.90 




161.50 


4 


39 JO 




236.70 


4 


245.80 


4 


245.80 


5 



1» 



658 



O. Reg. 215/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



1949 



SIKGIC/IL PROCHXAES 



Code 



OPERATIONS ON TIC NJSOJLOSŒLET/IL SYSTÏM - Cont'd. 
mc and WIST - Cont'd. 



Asst Surg Anaes 



Arthrodesis 

Mfi5 Finger-tluit) 3 

R466 Unst 3 

Arthroplasty 

R437 M-ist - interposition 3 

R485 - total 6 

M79 Removal only 3 

R435 Hand - interposition - single 3 

R436 - nultiple 3 

R489 Single joint - total 3 

M49 Fiiltiple joints - total max 3 

RSOO Ranoval only 3 

R236 Carpal replacement 3 

E564 Revision of arthroplasty - add 35% 

Arthrosco|]y 

R209 Diagnostic arthroscopy 3 

R2n - with Synovial biopsy 3 

R212 - with %mova1 of loose body, screw 3 

R213 - with Drilling of defect (includes raroval of loose body) 3 

R221 - with Oebridenent - local 3 

R224 - total 3 

R230 - with ^novectany - partial 3 

S232 - total 3 

R233 - with Pinning of osteochondral fragnent 3 

Arthrotaiy 

M09 Finger 

R410 Mrist 3 



217.80 
330.30 



317.40 
361.90 
1633) 
215.40 
389.90 
246.55 
657 JO 
122.90 
272.90 



82.50 
91.00 
217.40 
267.30 
26731 
32633 
220.55 
463.20 
26731 



142.20 
1803) 



Aspiraticn/IrvJecticn - see page 53. 



Biopsy 

Z230 Bones - piix:h, x-ray control (I.OJ>.) -. 

- open biopsy or taking of bone graft by other than operating surgeon 

Z214 (IJ)J>.) 4 

E563 Joint - via arthroscoœ 

Z221 - needle (I.OJ'.) 

R409 - open finger 

R410 - open wrist 3 

Z228 ^*jscle (I.0J>.) 

Decanpression - Denervation 
N290 Decoipression TOdian -nerve at <*-ist (carpal ti/wel syndrane) 3 

Exploration and/or decompression ana/or transposition and/or netrolysis of 
fC85 major nerve (excluding carpal tirnel nerve) 4 

Incision and Drainage (Osteonyelitis) 

R219 Incision and drainage - pnalanx/metacarpal /carpus 3 

R218 Sequestrectany - pnalanx/'metacarpal/carous 3 

R217 Saucerization and bone graft phalanx/metacarpal /carpus 4 

R409 Incision and drainage - joint (flnger) 

R410 - Joint («rist) 3 

R534 Tendon sheath 3 

Exanri nation/fteni pul ati on 
l^ipulation - hand/vrist 

Z222 - irder general anaesthetic (I.OJ>.} 

- without general anaesthetic, see page 63. 

Excision - Bone 

R316 Proxinal row carpectony 3 

R285 Carpal - bone (one) 3 

R317 Dorsal exostosis ( triquetrun) 3 

R286 Radial styloid 3 

R283 Phalanx/metacarpal 3 

R272 Bone tJiDur ;;See Preanole Para BJ21 IX. 



61.40 

1223) 
9.25 

41J5 
1423) 
1803) 

82.50 



1293) 
212.70 



1553) 
1223) 
2053) 
1423) 
1803) 
1253) 



20.10 



287.50 


5 


181.95 


4 


160.x 


4 


1983) 


i 


1633) 


4 


IX. 


IX 



V 

659 



1950 



Code 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SLRGICAL PROCEDURES 
OPERATIONS ON T>C MJSOJLOSKELETAL SYSTEM - Cont'd. 
HWC and WIST - Cont'd. 



O. Reg. 215/86 



Asst Surg Anaes 



Excision - Joint 

R425 Synovectcmy/capsulectcmy/debridement - finger joint 3 

R414 - two or more joints ................. 3 

R407 Synovectomy of extensor tendons 

R418 Synovectomy/debridement - wrist 3 

R492 Radio-ulnar meniscectony 3 

Excision - Miscle and Tendon 

R522 Miscle - simple (See Prearble Para BJ2) 3 

R523 - complex (See Preantle Para B.32) 4 

R550 Tendon sheath - single 3 

E572 - each additional , add 

R551 Fascia for Dupuytrens - simple or corplex 3 

Excision - Galion 
R549 Simple or complex ......................................................... 3 

Reconstruction - Bone 

R257 Osteotcmy - phalanx - terminal , 

R258 - phalanx - middle proximal or metacarpal 3 

E591 - each additional 

R321 Pseudoarthrosis - phalanx, metacarpal 3 

R322 - scaphoid 3 

Reconstruction - Ligaments 

R597 Simple/single repair - v«-ist 3 

R548 Extensive/multiple repair - wrist ......................................... 3 

R601 l^tacarpal phalangeal repair 3 

Reconstruction - Nerve - see page 146, 



191.80 
287.90 
188.65 
287.90 
196.70 



163.80 I.C. 
411.20 I.C. 
201.65 4 

71.70 Umax.) 
275.70 4 



imjx 



136.70 
162 JO 
35.40 
220.90 
252.85 



196.90 
333.60 
204.80 



Reconstruction - Tendon 

R557 Tenoplasty - one 3 190.00 4 

E050 - each additional , add 65U0 

R559 Tendon graft - one 3 259.90 4 

E052 - each additional , add 102.80 l{max.) 

R586 Reconstruction of flexor tendon pulley, per finger ........................ 82.50 4 

R554 Silicone rod insertion - one 3 245.40 4 

E051 - each additional , add 112.20 

R563 Transplant/transfer - single 3 239.50 4 

E054 - each additional , add 77.60 1 (max.) 

R578 Tendon repair - extensor - single 3 107,10 4 

E580 - each additional , add 40.00 

R585 Tendon repair - flexor - single „„„.... 3 200.90 4 

E581 - each additional , add ' 74.80 

U.VX. Nbllet finger - closed visit fees 

R574 - K-wire 111.65 4 

R573 - open 3 122.70 4 

U.V.C. Boutonnière - closed visit fees 

R577 - open 3 122J0 4 

R582 - late 3 205.60 4 

Reconstruction - Extremities 

R602 Pollici2ation 6 493.10 6 

R603 Digital reimplantation involving microvascular and neuro anastomosis 8 1323J0 8 

R604 Revision of R602, R603 (See Preantle Para B^32) I,C, I,C. I,C, 

R605 Reconstruction and plastic repair of traunatically amputated extremities 

(See Preamble Para BJ2) I.C. IX. I.C. 



§t) 



660 



O Reg. 215/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SUGICAL PROCEDURES 
OPERATIONS OH "HC ftJSaJLOSKELEDl SYSTW - Cont'd. 



Code 



Asst Surg Anaes 



HMO wd MUST - Cont'd. 



1951 



telease - Tendon 

R575 Tenolysis - flexor or extensor tendon of one digit 3 

ES37 - each additional digit (max. 2), add 

RS41 Rexor tenolysis «ritti pulley preservation 3 

Tenotany or fasciotany (closed) (LOJ*.) 

2247 - finger - one 

Z248 - tto 

Z249 - three or ncre 

ZZ31 - palmar or plantar 

f636 Tendon release (open) - finger/palm 

R537 - v*nst 3 

E571 - more than one, add 

Reduction - Fractires 

RXM Phalanx - no reduction, rigid inmbiliation 

FOOS - closed 

E55e - each additional 

F007 - open 4 

RB6 ffetacarpal - no reduction, one or more, rigid innobilization 

PXB - closed, one or more 

FOll - open 4 

E559 - each additional add, (open) 

RXK Intra-articular - closed 

FOlO - open 3 

F012 Bennett's - no reduction, rigid imnabilization 

F013 - closed 3 

P015 - open 4 

F102 Carpus - no reduction, rigid imnbilizatian 

F016 - closed, one or more 

P017 - open, one or more 4 

R)18 Scaphoid - no reduction, rigid «mobilization 

F019 - open 4 

KSD - excision 4 

Reduction - Dislocations 

0001 Finger - closed - one 

E576 - each additional , add 

0003 - open 3 

0004 f^tacarpal /phalangeal - closed - one 

E577 - each additional, add 

0006 - open 3 

0007 Carpal - closed 

DOOe - open 3 

ELBOUvid FOSARM 

Aiputation 

R6U Through radius and ulna 4 

R614 ElboM disarticulation 4 

Arthrodesis 
R466 Elbow 3 

Arthroplasty 

R281 Ulna replacement (lower end) 3 

R2B8 Inplant radial head 3 

R499 Renxwal of total replacanent 3 

R486 Conplete arthroplasty replacanent 6 

R510 Interposition arthroplasty 6 

E564 Revision of elbow arthroplasty, add 35% 



163«a0 


4 


IdJJO 




236 JO 


4 


41 J5 


4 


61.40 


4 


82.70 


4 


61.40 


4 


893) 


4 


1153) 


4 


74J» 




41J5 




84 JO 




18J0 




148.10 




41J6 




84 JO 




141J» 




403) 




653) 




1413) 




41J5 




1023) 




182.70 




41J5 




97.70 




188J0 




41J5 




2053) 




1633) 




48.40 




8.40 




1643) 




48.40 




8.40 




154.40 




108.70 




2043) 





259.90 5 

2453) 5 



3303) 



252.10 


4 


2133) 


4 


3413) 


7 


4153) 


8 


3703) 


7 



661 



1952 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 215/86 



Code 



R209 
R211 
R212 
R213 
R221 
R224 
R230 
R232 
R233 



R445 



Z225 
Z214 
E563 
R432 
Z228 



R495 
Z783 
Z251 



N190 
R426 



R228 
R231 
R229 
Z226 
R445 



Z222 



R287 
R286 
R643 
R290 
R291 



R595 
R421 



R524 
R517 



R591 
R592 



R294 
R295 
R293 



SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIOre ON T}€ MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM - Cont'd. 

ELBOW and FOREARM - Cont'd. 



Asst Surg Anaes 



ArthroscoRy 

Diagnostic arthroscopy 3 82.50 4 

- with Synovial biopsy 3 91.00 4 

- with Removal of loose body, screw 3 217.40 4 

- with Drilling of defect (includes removal of loose body) 3 267.80 4 

- with Debridanent - local 3 267.80 4 

- total 3 326.90 4 

- with Synovectany - partial 3 220.55 4 

- total 3 463.20 4 

- with Pinning of osteochondral fragnent , 3 267.80 4 

Arthnotcmy 

Elbow, loose body, etc 3 169.35 4 

Aspiration/Iru'ection - see page 58. 

Biopsy 

Bone - needle (I.OJ'.) 61.40 4 

- open {I.O.P.) 122.90 4 

Joint - via arthroscope 9,25 

- open 3 144.10 4 

Muscle/ soft tissue (I. O.P.) 82.50 4 

Decompression/Denervation 

Fasciotany for ccmpartments syndrone (not including secondary closure 

wound) 3 271.75 4 

Secondary closure 82.50 

Catheter - insertion (IJ).P.) 41 J5 

- monitoring visit fees 

Exploration and/or decompression and/or transposition and/or neurolysis of 

ulnar nerve (elbow) 4 178.80 4 

Denervation - elbow 3 218.60 4 

Incision and Drainage (Ostecniyelitis) 

Acute, incision and drainage 3 256.80 4 

Sequestrectcmy 3 301.70 4 

Saucerization and bone grafting 3 384.00 4 

Soft tissue or bursa, incision and drainage 82.50 4 

Elbow, incision and drainage 3 169.35 4 

Exarni nati on/^b^i pul ation 

Nbnipulation under general anaesthetic (UOJ*.) 20.10 4 

- without general anaesthetic, see page 63. 

Excision - Bone 

Radial head 3 184.70 4 

Radial styloid 3 198J0 4 

Ulna lower end 3 163.80 4 

Olecranon 3 176.40 4 

Olecranon with fascial repair 3 262.30 4 

Excision - Bursae 

Olecranon 3 85.85 4 

Excision - Joint Contents 

Synovectcmy/capsulectomy/debridenent, etc , 3 264.70 4 

Excision - Miscles 

Myositis ossificans 4 2453^ 5 

Foreign body rgnoval 91.40 4 

Excision - Tunours 

Soft tissues - superficial (See Preamble Para BJ2) 163.80 I.C. 

- deep (See Preanble Para BJ2) 411.20 I.C. 

Excision - Bone Tunours 

Exostosis 4 13933 4 

Simple excision 4 245.40 4 

Extensive with replacement 4 575.00 6 



662 



Reg. 215/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SU£ICAL PROCEIUIES 



1953 



Code 



IQZ3 
iM73 



R2â9 
R324 



R476 
M78 



R597 
R548 



R578 
E580 
(o85 
E581 
R567 
EDSO 

rSoo 

E599 
R563 
E064 
RS83 



R519 



0009 

OBOO 
MGO 
0012 
0011 
R5« 
too» 



RE9 
F037 
R)3B 
R)39 
ROW 
WS 
F0»1 
R}34 
ROB 
R)36 
FQM 

Foes 

RB6 
F014 
P0e2 

Foes 



OPERATIOMS OH TW HBOUSELET». SYSTDi - Cont'd. 



ELBOU and FQRE/WM - Cont'd. 



Asst Surg Anaes 



Reconstruction - Bone - Pseudartirosls 

Radius or ulna 3 

Radius and ulna 3 

Reconstruction - Bone - Osteotoay 

Radius or ulna 3 

Radius and/or ulna reconstruction congenital abnomelity, synostosis, etc .. 3 

Reconstnctian - Fascia 

Repair fascial defects - anil 3 

- large «nth or «rithout synthetic graft or rotation 
flap 4 

RBCcnstncticn - Ligaients 

Siiq>Wsingle repair 3 

ExtensiveMjltiple repair 3 

Reconstruction - Tendons 

Sutire extensor tendon - single 3 

- eacti additional , add 

Suture flecor tendon - single 3 

- eacti additional , acM 

Tenoplasty - single .••• 3 

- each additional , add 

Tenolysis - single 3 

. each additional . («w. 2) add 

Transjnsition/transplantatioiVtransfer - single 3 

- each additioral , add ............. 

Steindler flexoptasty 3 

Release 

Hiscles and tendons - siiple, e.g. tennis eltxM 4 

- radical, e.g. nuscle slide .....m................... S 

Reduction - Dislocations 

ElbOM Joint - closed reduction 

- open reduction - acute ••• 3 

- repair chronic, reorrent ................................... 3 

Radial head - closed reduction, pulled elboM 

- open reduction - acute 3 

- recurrent .................................. 3 

- late 4 

Reduction - Fractures 

Epicondyle - no reduction .«.. •• 

- closed reduction 3 

- open reduction • ^ 

Transcondylar/condylar - no reduction 

- closed reduction 3 

- closed reduction with traction ................... 3 

- open reduction 4 

Olecranon - no reduction, rigid imnobilization ............................ 

- closed rediction 3 

- open reduction 4 

Radius «d ulnar shaft - no reduction, rigid imnobilization 

- closed reduction 3 

- open reduction 4 

Radius and ulna - ften t eggia - no reduction, rigid innobilization 

- closed reduction 

- open reduction of ulna plus closed reduction 
radial head 3 



258.20 




348.95 




252.« 




337.50 




122.90 




246 J5 




196.90 




333.60 




107.10 




40jn 




200 JO 




743) 




190JM 




65J0 




171.70 




74i» 




239.50 




77.60 KiiBx.) 


287.50 


5 


115.80 


4 


267 JB 


3 


71.10 


4 


214.05 


4 


322.20 


4 


32J0 


4 


1633) 


4 


isajn 


6 


303 JO 


6 


57 JO 




106 JO 




1813) 




57 JO 




175 JO 




265.45 




319J0 




106 JO 




109 JO 




1903) 




57 JO 




1263) 




312.70 




57 JO 




122 JO 


4 



2053) 



t3 



663 



1954 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 215/86 



Code 



SURGICAL PROCEDURES 



OPERATIONS ON T>C MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM - Cont'd. 



Asst Surg Anaes 



ELBOW and FOREARM -Cont'd. 



F031 Radius or ulna - no reduction, rigid irrrrcbilization 57.30 

F032 - closed reduction 3 99J30 

F033 - open reduction 4 1933) 

Radius-distal, Colles', ânith's. Barton's, etc. 

F027 - no reduction, rigid inmobilization 57.30 

F028 - closed reduction 3 93.10 

F030 - open reduction 4 183.10 

F021 Osteochondral - open reduction 4 213.30 



SH0ULDER/ARM/O€ST 



Amputation 

R617 Forequarter 10 416.70 

R616 Shoulder disarticulation 9 316.30 

n515 High hunerus 4 313.50 

Arthrodesis 

R467 Shoulder 4 397Jffl 

Arthroplasty 

R438 Huneral prosthesis 4 381.00 

R487 Total prosthesis 6 589.60 

R240 Revision total arthroplasty shoulder 5 800.30 

R498 Removal prosthesis/no replacement 3 337.10 

E564 Revision of prosthesis, add 35% 

Arthroscopy 

R209 Diagnostic arthroscopy 3 82.50 

R211 - v^th Synovial biopsy 3 91JM 

R212 - with Removal of loose txidy, screw 3 217.40 

R213 - with Drilling of defect (includes removal of loose body) 3 267.80 

R221 - with Debridenent - local 3 267.80 

R224 - total 3 326.90 

R230 - with Synovectony - partial 3 220.55 

R232 - total 3 463.20 

R233 - with Pinning of osteochondral fragrent 3 267.80 

Arthrotcmy 

R411 Shoulder 4 189.60 



Aspiration/Iryection - see page 58. 

Biopsy 

Z220 Bones - needle/'ptnch, x-ray control {I.O.P.) 61.40 4 

Z214 - open (I.O.P.) 4 122.90 4 

E563 Joint - via arthroscope 9.25 

R411 - open 4 189.60 4 

Z228 Soft tissue - open (1. 0J>.) 82.50 4 

Incision and Drainage 

R222 ttmerus/clavicle/ scapula - incision and drainage 4 222.90 4 

R225 Sequestrertony 4 246.15 4 

R223 Saucerization with bone graft 4 329.25 4 

Z226 Bursae/soft tissue 82.50 4 

R411 Joint 4 189.60 4 

Exairi nation and ftenipulation 

Z223 f^nipulation under general anaesthetic (I.O.P.) 41.35 4 

- without general anaesthetic, see page 63. 

Excision - Clavicle or Acranion 

R298 Sinple (includes ligainent) 4 179.40 4 

R641 Vbjor Tumur (see Prearttole para B.32) IX. 246.15 IX. By 

R214 ftolignant tunour with reconstriction (see Preanble para BJ2) I.C. 411.20 Region 

Excision - Hunerus 

R292 Head 4 254.40 5 

R294 Exostosis 4 139.80 4 

R295 Benign tunour 4 245.40 4 

R297 Nblignant tumour with reconstruction 4 578.20 6 



664 



O. Reg. 215/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



1955 



Code 



R422 
R512 
R522 
R523 

R416 

R4go 



R329 
R325 

R2eo 

«298 
R235 



SJKlCfL PROŒDURES 
OPERATIOHS ON T>€ HfiOLOSKELETW. SYSTOi - Ccrf d. 

SHXiUER/fmatST - cont'd. 



Asst Surg Anaes 



Excision - Joint 

Synovectaiy and debridement 4 

Btcision of stlacranial bursae 3 

Hiscle/fascia - simple 

- canplex ................................................... 

Rotator cuff exploration (includes acrtmioplasty, excision of coraco- 

acromal ligament) 4 

Acronio/stemo-clavicular meniscectoiy .................................... 3 

Reojnstnjction - Pseularthrosis and Osteotomy 

Pseudarthrosis - clavicle 4 

- hunerus ................................................. 4 

Osteotany - hunerus ....................................................... 4 

- clavicle 4 

- glenoid ....................................................... 4 

Reconstruction - Nerves - see page 146. 



360.40 5 

179.20 4 

163.80 I.C. 

411.20 IX. 



175.65 
178.00 



228J» 
293.80 
247.90 
179.40 
236.70 



Iteconstruction - Hjscles/Soft Tissues 

R527 Hjscle transplant - pectoralis iTi^or 6 368.20 

R521 ftecle/tendon release 5 257iX) 

1626 Release - stemonastoid 5 250.90 

R353 Scapulopwy - congenital elwation 6 326J0 

R568 Trapezius/stemanastoid/transplant 4 287.50 

R589 Tendon repair - biceps «. 3 193.20 

Rotator cuff repair - simple, end-to-end or side-to-side (includes acrcmio- 

Râ93 plasty, excision of coraco-acnnri al liganent) .......................... 4 268.60 

Rotator cuff repair - canplex (incltiles iinplantation into bone, and as 
required, acranioplasty, excision of coraco-acranial liganent, excision 

R594 of distal clavicle) 4 3953) 

Reduction - Fractures 

F047 Tiijerosity - no reduction 57J0 

F018 - closed reduction 3 lOOJ» 

R)49 - open reduction (vrithout cuff tear) 4 246.15 

F053 Neck krithout dislocation of head - no reduction 57 JO 

FD54 - closed reduction lUJXI 

RK5 - open reduction 5 278JJE) 

F050 Neck with dislcoation of head - no reduction 57 JO 

P061 - closed reduction 3 156J0 

PQ62 - open reduction 5 326.90 

F042 Shaft - no reduction 57 JO 

F043 - closed reduction 3 125.20 

F044 - open reduction 4 274J0 

U.VX. Clavicle - no reduction visit fees 

RIO - closed reduction with anaesthetic 3 53U0 

ni8 - open reduction 4 196U0 

F119 Scapula - no reduction 57 JO 

F120 - closed reduction witti anaesthetic 3 98.50 

F121 - open reduction 4 205.60 

F122 aemun - no reduction 57 JO 

F123 - closed reduction 98J0 

F124 - open reduction - pleira open (see Preantole para SJ2) ........... 9 IX. 

F125 - pleura closed (see Preatitle para BJ2) ......... 4 IX. 

U.VX. Ribs - no reduction visit fees 

n30 - complicated - pleura open (see Preaitole para BJ2) 9 IX. 

F131 - pleira closed (see PreaiOle para 3 J2) 4 IX. 

Reduction - Dislocations 
D014 Acranio-clavw'stemo-clav, - no reduction ................................. 57 JO 

0025 - closed with anaesthetic 4 114X0 

0023 - open reduction 4 196J0 



665 



1956 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 215/Sf 



Code 



SLRGICrt. PROCaXJRES 

OPERATIONS ON 7>C MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM - Cont'd. 

SHDULDER/AWOCST - Cont'd. 



Asst Surg Anaes 



R596 - open reduction - late 4 243.40 

Glenohuneral joint - closed reduction 

D015 - vflthout anaesthetic 41.35 

iM16 - with anaesthetic 94.30 

0017 - open reduction - early 4 274.50 

R472 - late 4 493.10 

R401 - recurrent 5 322.20 

SKULL and MIVCIBLE 

Arthroplasty 

R433 Temporo-mandibular joint - unilateral 5 287.50 

Biopsy (I.OJ>.) 

2869 Bones - pirch, simple 32.90 

Z870 - punch, x-ray control 82.50 

Z242 - open 4 163.80 

Incision and Drainage 

Z234 ftondibular sequestrectomy (I. O.P.) 7 231.60 

Excision 

R272 Bone - Tunour (see Preantle para BJ2) I.C. I.C. 

R278 Maxilla, with exenteration of orbit and skin graft 4 438.35 

R279 Maxilla advancement 4 362.30 

R280 Nbndible 4 290.70 

R284 Mandibular condyle 4 227.60 

R428 Tanporo-mandibu! ar meniscectomy 3 205.60 

Reconstruction 

R531 Facial paralysis - static slings 4 252.85 

R532 - dynamic slings 4 328.50 

Composite repair for facial paralysis, plication of paralyzed muscles, and 

R533 resection for paralysis of over active muscles 4 421.40 

E597 - with meloplasty, add 71.70 

Orthognathic Surgery 

Anterior dento-alveolar osteotomy, maxilla or mandible 

R382 - one segrent 6 661.70 

R383 - tvo segnents 6 767.20 

Posterior dento-alveolar osteotony, maxilla 

R349 - one side 6 661.70 

R351 - both sides, single segnent 6 767.20 

R385 - both sides, separate segnents 6 977.50 

Posterior dento-alveolar osteotony, mandible 

R462 - one side 6 661.70 

R463 - both sides 6 977.50 

R502 Total U dento-alveolar osteotaiy, mandible 6 1011.40 

R507 Total U dento-alveolar osteotomy, maxilla 6 1063.10 

R511 hbndibular or maxillary visor osteotony for alveolar hypoplasia 6 943.70 

R386 Genioplasty - one segnent 6 210.70 

R387 - two segrents, or for laterognathia 6 315.90 

R388 - three segnents 5 421.40 

R480 ^bndibular osteotonies for prognathism - sibcondyl ar 3 345.80 

R384 - vertical ramus 6 767.20 

R518 - sagittal split 6 767.20 

f^ndibul ar osteotomies for retrognathia, any technique 

R520 - advancement up to 10 mm 5 767.20 

R529 - advancenent 10 - 20 mn 6 872.00 

R535 - advancement greater than 20 nm ; 6 1116.95 

E588 - for apertognathia or laterognathia, add 210.70 



I.C. 

7 
8 
7 
5 
5 



666 



3. Reg. 215/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



1957 



Code 



(Q79 
E961 
E962 
R538 
E963 
E964 
R567 
E9fô 
E966 
R580 
E967 
E968 
E969 
E970 
E971 
E972 
R588 
«389 

R395 
R396 

RH» 
R145 
«18 
OEM 

R334 
fQ36 

R645 
R646 
«647 
R648 

n649 
R650 
R651 



Z2S3 
Z254 
2255 
Z256 
Z257 
Z25B 
2259 
2260 
2251 
2262 

2239 
2240 
R354 

R652 



SIAGICAL PROCEDURES 
OPERATTCNS ON T)C HJSCU.OSŒLETIIL SYSTEM - Cont'd. 
SKULL *id mrOIBLE - Cont'd. 



test Surg /Viaes 



10 



10 



10 



10 



LeFort I advancanent - in one segnent 

- in t*o segnents, add 

- in Oiree segnents, aod 

Lefbrt I intrusion - in one segnent 

- in t*o segnents, add 

- in ttree segnents, add 

Lefort I extrusion - in one segnent* 

- in tvo segnents.add 

- in three segnents, add .......................... 

Lefort I in cleft patient - in one segnent* 

- in tvo segnents, add 

- in tt¥^ee segnents, add 

- with 9«, add 

- with pharyngoplasty, add 

- with closure alveolar fistula with or without t»ne graft, add ........ 

- with closure hard palate fistula with or without bone graft, add ..... 

Pbso-maxillary osteotaiy without LeFort I* 6 

LeRxt II maxillary osteotomy and advancanent* 10 

Constnrtion glenoid fossa and z^orotic arctf 

(QbMegeser technique) 10 

Construction absent condyle and ascending ranus* 6 

Contoined LeFort I and Lefort III osteotomy in hanifacial 

microsonia 10 

^tend^bular condylotony 4 

Coronoidotoiy 4 

Coronoidectony 4 

Reconstruction i/iilateral mandible with bone grafts* 

- partial 4 

- coiplete 4 

Construction bilateral mandible with Done grafts* 

- partial 4 

- caiplete 4 

Oral vestibuloplasty - with secondary epithelization 4 

- with skin graft 4 

Tetnporonanoibular ankylosis 

- excision bone or fibrous block 3 

- with insertion of prosthetic device or ixjscle flap ................... 4 

- with constrxtion of condyle and ascending ranus* 4 

i>ilay bone grafts to face **>en not part of standard osteotaiy for 

reconstnttion* 

- mandible - inilateral 

- bilateral 

- nacilla - trilateral 

- bilateral 

- zygona - trilateral 

- bilateral 

- tai^nral - trilateral 

- bilateral 

- frontal - trilateral 

- bilateral 

Application of dental arch bars, or splint, for 'acial osteotaiy (I.OJ*.) 

- one arch bar ......................................................... 4 

- tto arch bars 4 

Interdental wiring for tanporanandibular joint disorder ................... 3 

Ranowal intennaxillary fixation devices irder general anaesthesia 

- as sole procedure 



661.70 
244.20 
489.20 
872JM 
244.20 
489.20 

1083.10 
244.20 
489.20 

1255.60 
210.70 
421.40 
168.60 
252*86 
315.90 
421.40 
661.70 

1188.60 

ii5*.ao 

661.70 



379.70 
421.40 
548.20 



20 



20 



20 



1255.60 20 

168.60 5 

168.60 5 

252.85 5 

337.10 10 

674J0 10 

674J0 10 

3123) 10 

168.60 5 

252.86 5 



295.40 
379.70 
295.40 
379.70 
252.85 
337 JO 
337.10 
421.40 
337.10 
421.J0 

109.50 4 
168.60 4 
126.40 5 

83.90 4 



^Includes harvesting of bone or cartilage grafts. 



îrl 



i 



667 



1958 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 215/86 



Code 



SURGICAL PROCEDURES 
OPERATIONS ON "iïC MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM - Cont'd. 
SKULL and MfllCIBLE - Cont'd. 



Asst Surg Anaes 



Orbito-cranial Surgery 

Bilateral periorbital correction Treacher-Collins Syndrane vflth or 
R390 without bone grafts* (extra-cranial) 10 1398.95 20 

Bilateral periobital correction Treacher-Collins Syndrane with skull and 
R653 muscle transpositions* (includes skull reconstruction) (intracranial) ... 10 

R654 Pericranial flap to orbit or face - unilateral 

R655 - bilateral 

- when in conjunction with coronal approach for main operation 

E973 - unilateral 

E974 - bilateral 

R378 LeFort III total maxillary advancanent* 12 

R656 LeFort III and siixranial hypertelorian correction* 12 

R657 LeFort III and LeFort I maxillary advancanent* 12 

LeFort II, subcranial hypertelorisn correction. Le Fort I maxillary 
R658 advancanent* 12 

Upper LeFort III advancanent without occlusal change* 

R659 - unilateral 6 

R675 - bilateral 12 

R676 Forehead advancanent (bone grafts not included) - unilateral 12 

R393 - bilateral 12 

R394 Cranial vault reshaping* - anterior or posterior half 10 

R677 Total cranial vault reshaping* 12 

R398 Medial transnasal canthopexy - unilateral 3 

£557 - when done in conjirction with another procedure 

R399 Lateral canthoplasty - irilateral 3 

E930 - when done in conjunction with another procedure 

R376 Hypertel ori 3n correction, intracranial approach* 12 

R377 h^pertelorisn correction, siixranial U osteotomies* 12 

R678 Hypertel ori 311 correction, medial orbital veil osteotcmies* 10 

R679 ^fypertelori3n correction, medial and lateral orbital wall osteotomies* .... 10 

R391 Orbital dystopia* - intracranial approach 12 

R392 - extracranial approach 10 

Late correction traimatic enophthalmos (Tessier Technique - total 
periorbital stripping and bone grafts) 

R680 - intracranial 12 

R681 - extracranial 10 

Harvesting of bone graft when not included 

Z263 - iliac bone graft 

Z264 - rib graft - one rib 

E975 - each sii)sequent rib - 

Z265 - costochondral or chondral graft - one rib 

E976 - each sibsequent rib 

Z266 - split cranial graft 

Surgery for Correction of Down's Syndrane Facial Stignata 

Augnentation of zygoma (bilateral) 

Z267 - with prosthetic implant 

Z268 - with autogenous bone or cartilage* 

Augnentation of chin 

Z269 - with prosthetic implant 

Z270 - with autogenous bone or cartilage* 

Z271 Horizontal resection, red 1CMer lip 

Reduction - Fractures 

Orbit 

Open reduction rim/wall fracture 

E173 - zygonatic fracture dislocation 4 227.60 6 

E174 - blowout fracture of floor 4 265.45 6 

•Includes harvesting of bone or cartilage grafts 



1782.60 


25 


252.85 


4 


337.10 


4 


147.30 




244.20 




1677.00 


25 


2132 JO 


25 


1922.00 


25 


2410.40 


25 


767.20 


10 


1188.60 


25 


977.50 


25 


1188.60 


25 


1255.60 


20 


1710.90 


25 


340.70 


6 


126.40 




168.60 


6 


83.90 




1922.00 


25 


1605.30 


25 


1011.40 


20 


1327.30 


20 


1605.30 


25 


1222.50 


20 


1643.9Q 


25 


1188.60 


20 


83.90 




126.40 




63.20 




189.60 




126.40 




168.60 




151.60 




189.60 




126.40 




156 JM 




151.60 





vv 



608 



0. Reg. 215/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



1959 



SIAGICAL PROCEDURES 



Code 



OPERATIONS ON 1>C HISCIL0SJŒLET/1 SYSTB1 - Coit'd. 
SKULL and fWCIBLE - Cont'd. 



Asst Surg Anaes 



Q75 
F143 
F144 

U.V.C. 
R36 
F137 
F129 

U.V.C, 
F138 

n39 
F146 
F140 

U.VX. 
F150 
n41 
F142 



0062 
□063 



- secondary repair by caifcined or oftital approach 4 392J0 6 

Middle 1/3 facial 5 353.70 8 

Cranial -facial separation 5 446.60 10 

fbsal bones (incluling septun) 

- no reduction visit fees 

- closed reduction 83.90 4 

- open reduction - if vrithin 2 weeks of iryury 210,70 5 

- de1a>ed, not including septun 210J0 5 

^bndible 

- no reduction - no wiring of teeth visit fees 

- closed reduction - including wiring of teeth 210.70 5 

- open reduction (my inclixle wiring of teeth) 

- one side 4 282.00 5 

- complicated (See Preait>1e Para B.32) I.C. I.C. IX. 

- raiDval of interdental wire ......................................... 4 

Ftoilla 

- no reduction visit fees 

- closed reduction and dental wiring 210.70 5 

- open reduction - simple 4 122.10 5 

- with wiring and local fixation ........................ 5 324.50 6 

Reduction - Dislocations 

Tanporo-irandibular Joint - closed reduction 42.10 4 

- open reduction 5 210.70 5 



spirc 

Arthrodesis 

M59 Anterior or posterior fusion of one level 7 334.00 10 

R419 Fusion of a-2 8 465.50 10 

E573 Each additional level (to a max. of 2 additional) 72.50 

Fusion »rith other procedure(s) 

E567 By sane sirgeon - one level, add 206.40 

E568 - iTultiple levels, add 262.70 

E929 - anterior cervical intertody fusion, per level, add ...... 68.10 

Fusion by different surgeon, 

W93 - one level 263J0 

R494 - multiple levels 310J5 

E9e4 - anterior cervical intertody fusion, per level, add \OZJXi 

E574 Repeat fusion, to any fusion, not to apply to N337, add 173J0 

E548 kfith instnroentation, add 117.20 



Aspiration/ Injection - see pages 45 and 58. 



2868 
R274 
R275 
Z228 



R447 
R452 



N182 
R397 



N186 



E928 



Biopsy 

Bone - needle (Ii)J>.) 4 

- open - posterior approach 4 

- anterior approach 6 

Soft tissue - open (I.oJ'.) 

Oecanression - Anterior, Anterolateral or Posterolateral 

Simple anterior cervical discectaiy 8 

Simple anterior luitiar discectoniy ......................................... 6 

Anterior cervical spinal cord or nerve root deconjression, including 

ranoval of disc or vertebral body, single disc level 8 

Anterior décompression with instrunentation 9 

Anterolateral or posterolateral deconpression, lunar or thoracic spine, 

single disc level 9 

For thoracotory or laparotory by separate sirgeon use M137 (page 104), S312 

(page 124) 
Each additional disc level decanpressed - to R447, R452, N182, 

N186, add 



122.90 

205.60 

263.10 

82.50 


4 

7 
8 
4 


337.90 
415 JO 


10 
10 


512.80 
1228JM 


10 

13 



918.45 



221 JO 



VI 



669 



1960 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 215/86 



Code 



SURGICAL PRœEDURES 
OPERAnCNS ON ÏÏC MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM - Cont'd. 

SPINE - Cont'd. 



Asst Surg Anaes 



Deccnpression - Posterior 
R451 Cervical hanilcminectcmy for disc disease, with or vflthout foraninotcmy ... 6 

Liiitar hemilaminectOTty for disc disease including rénovai of soft disc or 

R457 osteophyte 6 

E565 Multiple levels, to R451, R457, only per additional level, add 

E566 Bilateral, to R45I, R457 add 

N185 Posterior laminectamy one or two levels, cervical, thoracic, lintiar 6 

Repeat posterior exploration or reopening of posterior exploration, more 
than six months after original procedure, includes foraminotcmy, 

^G37 discectomy or neurolysis 8 

E914 Laminectony extending over 3 or wore laminae, to N185, N337 add 

E915 Foraninotomy, to R457, N185 and N337 per foramen decorpressed, add 

E907 Opening of dura (associated with any decompressive procedure), add 

E926 Spinal duroplasty (applies to any spinal procedure), add 

Incision and Drainage (Osteanyelitis) 

R251 Bone - incision and drainage only 4 

R234 Sequestrectom/ - anterior 7 

R254 - posterior 4 

R270 Saucerization with bone grafting - anterior 6 

R252 - posterior 4 

2226 Soft tissue 

Exami nati on/Nbini pul at i on 

Z215 Manipulation under general anaesthetic (I.O.P.) 

- without general anaesthetic, see page 63. 

Excision - Bone 

R373 Spinous process 4 

R374 Lamina or transverse process 6 

R450 Part of body or pedicle 6 

R455 Total body (includes replacanent) 9 

Excision - Muscle/Soft Tissue 

R634 Timours - simple 

R635 - radical resection 

Reconstruction - Osteotany (indoles fixation /fusion) 

R303 Anterior - via chest 9 

R636 - via abdonen 9 

R271 - via chest and abdonen 9 

R296 Posterior 9 

E549 - with rib or transverse release, add 

R3I0 Circunferential 9 

R264 Cervical 10 

Instrunentation - Deformities 

Anterior (Dwyer etc. includes fusion/discectony) 

R350 - via chest or abdomen 9 

R359 - via chest and abdonen 9 

R362 Posterior (Harrington) - with or without fusion 8 

R369 Readjustment of instrunentation 

E533 Harrington instrunentation to sacrun or pelvis, add 

£534 Harrington instrunentation, for each level over 6, add 

E554 - with posterior osteotomy, add 

R371 Segnental procedure - with fusion 8 

E535 Segnental instrunentation to pelvis, add to R371 

E536 Segnental instrunentation, for each level over 6, add 

R46I Removal of - anterior instrunentation 8 

R348 - posterior instrunentation 8 



485.20 



354.50 


8 


61.00 




65.80 




512.80 


9 


553.00 


10 


132.70 




68.10 




131.90 




200.90 




256.00 


4 


534.10 


10 


304.80 


4 


657.70 


10 


371.80 


5 


82.50 


4 



32.90 



205.60 


4 


328.50 


8 


493.10 


8 


821.60 


13 


163.80 


I.C 


411.20 


I.C 


615.20 


13 


657.70 


9 


740.40 


13 


582.10 


9 


104.60 




986.20 


9 


864.10 


12 


1079.10 


17 


1187.85 


17 


654.60 


12 


122.90 


4 


65.80 




15.95 




124.85 




991.70 


12 


130.75 




26.00 




245.80 


8 


222.10 


8 



C)0 

670 



0. Reg. 215/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



1961 



Code 



SIRGICW. PROCEDURES 
OPERATIONS ON TTC HJSOJLOSKELEW. SYSIEM - Corrt'd. 

SPirC - Cont'd. 



Asst Surg finass 



(tevision of entire instrunentation 

R346 - irfltti fusion 8 1027.20 12 

R336 - iflOtxjt fusion 8 821.60 12 

R365 Electrical stimulation 8 431.65 10 

R366 - wiWi miscle stripping of spine 3 616JÏ) 12 

R367 Repair or replaçaient of electrodes 8 203.20 10 

R368 RaiDval of electrodes 8 216.20 8 

W64 Hjscle stripping spine prior to surgery 6 163.80 8 

R361 Halo traction prior to surgery (caiplete care) 3 246J0 4 

Nate: R361 and R464 allow full benefit if followd by surgery for correction of 

scoliosis in same hospitalization. 

Anterior release including ^talo traction 

R358 - via chest or atxlonen 9 463.20 13 

R357 - via chest and abdanen ., 9 575J)0 13 

R356 Localizer cast 112.60 4 

Reduction - Fractures or Fracture Dislocations 

U,VX. Fracture of spine vflthout procedire visit fees 

Z236 Skull calipers (I.OJ>.) 42.50 

Z241 *lo traction (I.ÛJ>.) 68.10 

Z246 teapplication of Halo traction (I.OJ'.) 42.50 

E562 Goifiter traction pins or vest - add 91.00 

n03 Gosed reduction 5 171.70 5 

R05 Open reduction - posterior approach 5 263JO 10 

F107 - anterior approach 7 310J5 10 

E913 With spinal cord if\jury, add (viwn total care by operating sirgeon) ....... 131.90 

With irrigation, including opening of dira, to fractires *rfien caitined 

£927 vflth decaipressive pnxedires, add 263.90 

E567 Fusion by same surgeon - one level , add 206.40 

E568 - tvo or more levels, add 262.70 

Fusion by different surgeon 

M93 - one level , add 263.90 

R494 - tx) or more levels, add 310J6 

B48 With instrunentation, add 117.20 

PB.VIS mi VHP 

Aiiutation 

aS31 HEnripelvectcny - hindquarter 10 67iJSO 15 

3630 Hip disarticulation ^., lo 381.20 10 

Arthrodesis 

R469 Sacro-iliac joint 5 335.60 5 

R514 Syiçhysis pubis 5 328.50 6 

fW70 Hip 5 597.10 3 

Arthroplasty 

R439 unipolar 6 416.70 8 

(W40 Bipolar 8 592J5 8 

R241 aevision total arthroplasty hip ( inclines acetaoular reconstruction) 8 827J0 8 

R442 Surface replacanent 3 719.95 8 

E589 Bone graft to acetabulun, add 86.70 

E593 Acetabular reconstruction (extensive, including bone grafts), add 164.80 

E570 Revision, add 35i 2 

R481 Reattachnent of greater trochanter (late) 6 246.15 3 

R443 Removal only - non carented 3 379.70 8 

RISB - canented 3 473.40 8 

Arthroscopy 

2218 Hip joint dJDJ».) 82.50 4 

E596 Preceding surgery (same surgeon), 52.60 

Arthrotomy 

R547 Sacro-iliac joint 5 246.15 6 

R415 Hip - «nth ranoval of loose body .......................................... 5 256.00 6 



V 



671 



1962 



Code 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SU^ICAL PROCEDURES 



O. Reg. 215/86 



OPERATIONS ON T>€ MUSCUL03ŒLETAL SYSTEM - Cont'd. 



PELVIS AfC HIP - Cont'd 



Asst Surg /Viaes 



Aspiration/Iryection - see pages . 

Z290 Hip - infant or child, under general anaesthesia 3 53.96 4 

Biopsy 

Z212 Bone - punch needle (I. O.P.) 61.40 

Z217 - i/ider general anaesthetic (I.O.P.) 61.40 5 

Z214 - open (I. O.P.) 122.90 4 

E563 Joint - via arthroscope 9.25 

R415 - open 5 256.00 6 

Z228 Soft tissue - open 82.50 4 

Denervation/Decompression 

N188 Oeccnpression of lateral fenxjral cutaneous nerve 4 127.60 4 

N177 Exploration and/or decanpression of sciatic nerve 6 357.60 6 

Exploration and/or decompression and/or transposition and/or neurolysis of 

N285 major nerve * 212.70 4 

R427 Denervation of hip 4 328.50 5 

Incision and Drainage 

R269 Bone, incision and drainage 3 246.15 4 

R249 SequestrertoTiy '^ 321.80 4 

R250 Saucerization and bone graft 4 532.50 5 

Z226 Bursae/soft tissue (I.O.P.) 82.50 4 

R415 Joint 5 256.00 6 

Exami nati on/f^i pul ati on 

Z252 hfeni pul ation - LTder general anaesthetic (I. O.P.) 32.90 4 

- without general anaesthetic, see page 63 

Excision - Bone 

R639 Simple cyst, etc '^ 287.50 4 

R330 Major resection tunour 4 411.20 6 

R216 Radical resection turwir 8 657.70 8 

F115 Coccyx 4 177.00 4 

R315 Head and neck, faiwr 4 384.00 6 

Excision - (iiscle 

R522 Simple 163.80 I.C. 

R523 Conplex '*ll-20 I'C. 

R524 Myositis 4 245.80 5 

Excision - Joint 

R423 SynovectOTTy/debridement 5 399.40 5 

Excision - Bursae 

R590 GT trochanteric/ischial 3 170.50 4 

Reconstruction - Pseudarthosis 

R364 Pelvis I-C. «3.10 I.C, 

R328 Hip 6 405.30 6 

Reconstruction - Osteotany 

R265 Pelvis - infant 8 338.70 8 

R273 - other 8 493.10 8 

R263 Hip 5 457.65 7 

Reconstruction - Muscle/Tendon ^t r^ 

R521 Mjscle release 5 267.00 5 

Z232 Closed adductors - tenotomy (I. O.P.) 41J5 4 

Z233 Open adductors - tenotany {I.OJ>.) 82.50 4 

R545 Iliopsoas - tenotany 5 226.10 5 



672 



3. Reg. 215/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



1963 



Gode 



SlRGIC/l PROCEDURES 
OPERATIONS ON T>€ f*JSCULOSKELET/IL SYSTEM - Cont'd. 

PELVIS and HIP - Cont'd. 



Asst Surg Araes 



(teconstnction - Tendon Transfer 

R670 Iliopsoas 5 441.50 6 

R569 «xhjctor 5 287.90 6 

Réduction - Fractures 

U.V.C. Coccyx - no reduction visit fees 

FllS - excision 4 177.00 4 

U.VX. Pelvic ring - no reduction visit fees 

F134 - dosed reduction 3 376.50 4 

F135 - open reduction 6 577.40 8 

U.VX. Sacnri - no reduction visit fees 

U.V.C. Famral necJc trochanteric, site trochanteric - no reduction visit fees 

F098 - closed reduction/traction 3 362J0 4 

P099 - open reduction - pin only 6 346.20 8 

nOO - - pin and plate 6 424.60 8 

FlOl - primary prosthesis 6 372.60 8 

R600 - delayed/staged graft 6 245.80 8 

SI ipped epiphysis 

!»07 - closed reduction/traction 6 328.50 8 

R642 - closed neduction/intemal fixation 6 328.50 8 

i«Z7 - open reduction/ fixation 6 493.10 8 

Reduction - Dislocations 

U.V.C. Acetabulun - no reduction visit fees 

D062 - open reduction - lips 7 519J0 8 

0046 -one pillar 4 821.60 10 

D047 - two pillars 8 1232J» 12 

0042 Wip - closed 227.26 4 

D043 - open 7 344.60 7 

R628 - late 7 657.70 10 

0059 Sacroiliac - closed, traction, spica, etc 364J0 5 

0060 - open 5 503.X 5 

U.VX. Sacro-coccygeal - closed visit fees 

0061 - open, rénovai of coccyx ,. 5 163.80 5 

R404 Congenital hip - closed (includes tenotOTiy and cast) 161.70 4 

R405 - repeat (includes cast) 112.05 4 

R406 - open (includes tenotomy and arthrotony) 7 400.70 7 

FBUl 

Aqxjtation 

R625 Gritti-Stottes or Callander 5 258.75 5 

R626 Through fanir 5 259.70 5 

Biopsy {ljij>.) 

Za69 Bone - core, puich 32^ 4 

Z870 - x-ray control /general anaesthetic 82.50 4 

2242 - open 4 163.80 4 

Z228 Soft tissue - ooen 82.50 4 

R256 Irvjection into Done cysts 99.25 

Incision and Drainage (Osteoi^elitis) 

R242 Incision and drainage, bone 3 276.50 4 

R245 Sequestrectoiry 3 335.20 4 

R243 Sauceriffltion and graft 5 526.20 6 

Z226 Soft tissue 82.50 4 

Excision - Bone 

R314 Simple cyst/exostosis 4 191.40 4 

R330 Bone tunour - sinple 4 411.20 6 

R216 - vrith reconstructioo/graft 8 657.70 8 



I 

ii 



673 



1964 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 215/86 



Code 



SURGIC^. PROŒIXJRES 
OPERATIONS ON T>C MUSCULÛSKELETAL SYSTEM - Cont'd. 

FEMUR - Cont'd. 



Asst Surg Anaes 



Excision - ^ilscle 

R522 Simple 163.30 I.C. 

R523 Corplex 411,20 I.C. 

R328 Reconstrxtion - Psajdarthrosi s 6 405,30 6 

Reconstruction - Fascial 

R632 Simple 3 163.80 4 

R633 Conplex i^'th or without synthetic graft or rotation flap 4 341.90 5 

Reconstruction - Osteotaiiy 

R262 Femoral shaft 4 452.10 5 

R215 Supracondylar 4 328.50 5 

Reconstruction - Leg Length Operations 

R333 Femoral shortening - all types 4 408.00 4 

R332 Farcral lengthening - all types 4 460.00 4 

R340 Femoral epiphysiodesis 4 255.50 5 

R341 Tibial and femoral epiphysiodesis 4 362JO 5 

R343 Femoral stapling 4 265.80 4 

R344 Tibial and femoral stapling 4 328.50 5 

Reconstruction - Hisc les/Tendons 

R589 Quadriceps repair - simple 3 193,20 4 

R587 - reconstructive 3 328.50 4 

R530 Quadricepsplasty - all types 4 323.70 5 

R561 Ilio-tibial band 3 160.30 4 

Z197 Closed release of ilio-tibial band a. 0,P.) 41.35 4 

R543 Tenotony of hcmstrings - single 3 154,00 4 

R562 - ™ltiple 3 143.00 4 

R557 Lengthening of hamstrings - single 3 190,00 4 

E050 - each additional , add 65,10 

R571 Tendon or muscle transfer 3 260,50 5 

E049 - each additional , add 74,00 l(max,) 

R524 Excision of myositis 4 245,80 5 

Reduction - Fractures 

Femoral shaft/ supracondylar 

U,V.C. - no reduction - cast - bed rest visit fees 

F094 - closed reduction - traction - infant or child 3 219.00 4 

F095 - adult or adolescent 3 345.30 4 

F097 - closed reduction - cast 3 219.80 4 

F096 - open reduction 6 419.05 8 

KNEE 

Arputation 

R625 Through <nee - disarticulation 5 258.75 5 

Arthrodesis 

R468 Knee 3 341.50 5 

Arthropl asty 

R509 Patellar arthroplasty 3 205,60 5 

Hemi-arthroptasty 

R482 - single component (e,g. Macintosh) 6 298,50 6 

R483 - double component (e.g, f^miarl 6 379,70 6 

R441 Total replacanent/both comoartinents 8 526,20 8 

R244 Revision total arthroplasty knee 3 711,30 8 

E598 'Jith associated patellar replacenent or patelloplasty, add 79,95 

Rerroval of hemi-arthroplasty 

R496 - ivithout replacenent 4 205.60 5 

Removal of total arthroplasty 

R497 - without replacement 4 312,70 5 

E564 Revision of arthroplasty, add 35« 



^a 



674 



O. Reg. 215/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



1965 



Code 



SURGICAL PROŒOJtES 
OPERATIOB ON T>€ FtSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM - Cont'd. 

KICE - Cont'd. 



Asst Surg /Viaes 



Arthroscopy 

R190 Oiagnostic arthroscopy 3 

R191 - with synovial biopsy ................................................... 3 

^192 - with trimming of plica, tissue, meniscus ............................... 3 

R193 - with ranoval of loose body, screw ...................................... 3 

R19* - with resection of plica ................................................ 3 

R195 - with lateral release 3 

R196 - with s>»iovectaiiy - anterior, 1 canpartnent ............................. 3 

R197 - with synovectony - anterior, lore than 1 conpartment .................. 3 

R19e - with synovectoTiy - total , anterior and posterior ....................... 3 

R199 - with drilling of defect (includes removal of loose body) ............... 3 

R203 - with pinning of osteochondral fragment 3 

R204 - with debridement - 1 anparOnent ....................................... 3 

R205 - with dewidement - more than 1 canparcnent ............................. 3 

R206 - with abrasion arthroplasty 3 

R207 - with menisectany ....................................................... 3 

R208 - with repair medial or lateral meniscus ................................. 3 

Arthrotciiy 
rW12 Knee- with or without ranoval of loose body .m......... ....... ............ 3 

R413 Osteochondritis dissecans with drilling and/or internal fixation .......... 3 

Aspiration - see listing on page 53. 

Biopsy 

2B70 aone/joint - needle (IJ)J>.) 

Z242 - open {IJ)J>.) 4 

E563 - via arthroscope 

7228 Soft tissue - open (IJ3.?.) 

Oenervat i on/Decompressi on 
M26 3enervation of <nee ....................................................... 3 

N285 Denervation of gastrocnanius 4 

Incision and Drainage 

Z226 Soft Tissue (I.OJ>., 

R444 Joint 3 

Exam nati on/t^tn pu) ati en 
7??? hbnipulaticn - .rder general anaesthetic {IJ)J'.) 

- without general anaesthetic, see page 63. 

Excision 

W31 Salter' s cyst - simple 3 

R434 - actensive .................................................. 4 

R501 Cysts of meniscus ......................................................... 3 

R429 ^tniscectomy 3 

W17 [lebridement of joint witfxxit syncvectoi^ 3 

R424 Synovectony 3 

R506 Prepatellar btrsae 3 

R312 Patella - to include fascial repair ....................................... 3 

R31d Excision exostosis/ cyst patella ........................................... 3 

Reconstruction - Meniscus 
RSCB Suturing of medial or lateral meniscus 3 

Reconstruction - ftecles/Tendons 

R584 Tenoplasty - one 3 

E050 - each additional , ado 

R589 Suture of patellar or quadriceps tendon - early ........................... 3 

R587 - late 3 

R571 Transplant of tendon - single 3 

E049 - each additional , add 

ZZ37 Tenotony - closed - one 

Z238 - multiple 

RS64 - open - one 3 

R666 - multiple 3 

r616 i^lease patellar retinaculun .............................................. 5 



82.50 




91J» 




107.90 




217.40 




129 jn 




V6J35 




165.20 




277 JO 




463.20 




267.30 




2673) 




267*90 




326.90 




299 JO 




258.40 




258.40 




176.40 




226^ 





218.60 
212.70 



82.50 
1633) 



20.10 



2063) 



1223) 
65J0 
1933) 
3283) 
2603) 
743) 
41J5 
61.40 
196.70 
2153) 
137 J5 



823) 4 

1633) 4 
9.25 

823) 4 



1263) 


4 


224.10 





107.10 


4 


204.40 


4 


246.55 


4 


365JO 


5 


1263) 


4 


234.70 


4 


107.10 


4 



4 
4 
5 
Knax.) 
4 
4 
i 
4 
5 



^S' 



675 



1966 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 215/86 



Code 



aPGIC/l PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON M MUSOJLUSKELETflL SYSTEM - Cont'd. 
KNEE - Cont'd. 



Asst Surg Anaes 



Reconstruction - Ligaments 

R599 Liganents - simple/ one 3 306.80 4 

R542 - extensive/multiple (including synthetics) 4 439.50 6 

R484 - synthetic anterior/posterior cruciate .'.... 6 418.70 6 

R539 - remwal of synthetics 4 181.20 4 

Reduction - Fractures 

F085 Patella - no reduction 57.30 

F087 - open reduction or excision vnth or without repair 4 233.55 4 

F021 Osteochondral fracture - open reduction 4 213.30 5 

Reduction - Dislocations 

0038 Knee - closed redxtion 176.20 4 

D039 - open reduction 5 261.90 5 

0040 Patella - closed reduction - without anaesthetic 52.80 

D031 - with anaesthetic 82.50 4 

0041 open reduction - early 246.15 5 

R2S5 - late 4 411.20 6 

R403 - recurrent 4 317.20 5 

R515 Congenital dislocation - knee (open) 4 411.20 6 

FIBULA and HBIA 

Aiputation 

R624 Tibia/fibula 5 259.70 5 

Biopsy 

Z870 Bone - simple - punch 82.50 4 

Z242 - open 4 163.80 4 

Z22B Soft tissue - open 82.50 4 

R256 lojection into bone cysts 99.25 

Oecaipression/Denervation 

R495 Deccnpression of fascial conpartinents 3 - 271.75 4 

Z783 Secondary closure 82.50 

Z251 Catheter insertion {I.O.P.) 41.35 

U.V.C. Monitoring of pressure monitoring device visit fees 

N184 Decodçression of posterior tibial or comnn perineal nerve 4 139.80 4 

Incision and Drainage (Osteomyelitis) 

R237 Incision and drainage, bone 3 261.50 4 

R239 Sequestrectony 3 279.60 4 

R238 Sauceri2ation and bone grafting 3 348.75 4 

Z226 Soft tissue 82.50 4 

Excision 

R311 Exostosis/cyst 3 170.50 4 

R210 Fibular head 3 163.80 4 

R295 Tunour - simple 4 245.40 4 

R253 - extensive with repair I.C. 574.80 I.C. 

R246 Excision bony ridge to incluJe interpositional materials I.C 326,90 I.C. 

R522 Hiscle/soft tissue - simple 3 163.80 I.C. 

R523 - complex 4 411.20 I.C. 

Reconstruction - Pseudoarthrosis 

R326 Tibia/fibula '^ 295.40 5 

R327 By-pass fibular graft 4 289.50 5 

R372 Congenital pseudarthrosi s ^ 411.20 6 

Reconstructive - Osteotomy 

R289 Tibia and fibula - adult or child 3 319.40 4 

R403 Tuberosity (Nbcquet) 4 317.20 5 

Reconstruction - Leg Length Operations 

R331 Tibial lengthening 4 399.40 4 

R458 Tibial shortening 4 328.50 4 

R341 Tibial and fanoral epiphys iodes is * 362.30 5 

R339 Tibial epiphysiodesis ^ 273JO 5 

R342 Tibial stapl ing - one side 4 163.80 4 

R460 - both sides '' 205.60 4 

R344 Tibial and fenoral stapling 4 328.50 5 



U 



676 



O Reg. 215/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



1967 



SIRGICAL PROCEDURES 



Code 



OPERATIONS ON T>€ HJSDJLOSKaET)«L SYSTBi - Cont'd. 



FIBULA ftC HBIA - Cffrt'd. 



Asst Surg Anaes 



Réduction - Fractires 

Tibia »rith or »fithout fibula 

F078 - no reduction, rigid imnobiliation 

F079 - closed reduction 3 

FOBO - open reduction - sftaft 4 

FOei - medial or latral tibial plateau 4 

ES32 - both tibial plateaus, sane icnee, add 501 

F082 Fibula - no reduction, rigid innsbilizaticn ............................... 

RB3 - closed reduction 

FQB4 - open reduction 4 



152.30 
302.50 

33433 


4 
5 
5 


57 JO 
85 JO 
195.15 


4 
4 



fOOT mimai 



Amputation 

RSa) ^totatarsal/ptalanx disarticulation 4 

ESBB - each additional 

R621 Ray (single) 4 

R623 Synes 5 

R622 Transnetatarsal/transtarsal 4 

R619 Temriral Synes 4 

Arthrodesis 

R«6 Ankle 3 

R471 Interphalangeal 3 

E575 - each additioral 

R477 Fttatarsophalyngeal 3 

R474 Hidtarsal/siDtalar 3 

R513 Triple 3 

R475 Pan-talar, one stage 3 

Arthroplasty 

R485 Ankle-total replacanent 6 

R247 Revision total arthroplasty ankle 6 

R479 RaiDval of prosthesis without replacanent 3 

ffetatarsophalyngeal interposition 

R456 - single 3 

E538 - each additional , add 

R453 Metatarsopo^ulyngeal (Swansons, etc.) 3 

R454 - nultiple 3 

R500 Removal - prosthesis t^thout replacanent 3 

E564 Revision of arthroplasty, add SX 

Arthoscopy 

R209 - Diagnostic arthroscopy 3 

R211 - «nth Synoi/ial biopsy 3 

R212 - with Ranoval of loose body, screw 3 

R213 - with Drilling of defect (includes ranoval of loose body) 3 

R221 - with Debridanent - local 3 

R224 - total 3 

R230 - with ^novectoiy - partial 3 

R232 - total 3 

RZ33 - with Pinning of osteochondral fragnent ................................. 3 

Arthrotany 

RS03 Ankle - ranoval of loose body, etc. 3 

E539 - with osteotony of na11eo1i£, add 

R50» Mid tarsals 3 

R505 tttatarsal/phalangeal 3 

Aspiration - see listings on page 

Biopsy 

2869 Bone - needle - p»«:h (IJJ>.) 

Z870 - puich - uider general anaesthetic 

2242 - open 4 

E563 Joint - via arthroscope ................................................... 

R409 - open 

2228 Soft tissue - open il J)JP.) 

Incision and Drainage 

R22D Incision and drainage - bore 3 

R201 Sequestrectomy 4 



132 JO 


4 


40JX 




184 JO 


4 


242.20 


5 


199.70 


4 


122 JO 


4 


330 JO 


4 


134 JO 


4 


35.40 




228,40 


4 


298J0 


4 


328J0 


5 


531.70 


6 


361J0 


6 


478J0 


6 


163 JO 


6 


122 JO 


5 


32 JO 




245J0 


5 


328J0 


6 


122 JO 


4 


82J0 


4 


91 JO 


4 


217.40 


4 


267 JO 


4 


267 JO 


4 


326 JO 


4 


220 J5 


4 


463 JO 


4 


267 JO 


4 


141.40 


4 


99 JO 




122 JO 


4 


122 JO 


4 



32 JO 
82 JO 

163 JO 
9J5 

142 JO 
82 JO 



192 JO 

163 JO 



677 



1968 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 21S/,S6 



Code 



SURGIC/\L PROraXjRES 
OPERATIONS ON 1}£ MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM - Cont'd. 

FOOT «C WKLE - Cont'd. 



Asst Surg Anaes 



R202 Saucenation and bone graft 4 

2226 Bursae (I.O.P.) 

RS03 Joints 3 

Z228 Soft tissue (IJ3.P.) 

Exanri nat i on/ffeni pul at i on 

7222 - ixider general anaesthetic 

- without general anaesthetic, see page 58. 

Club foot, etc. - manipulation and cast/strapping 

Z235 - without anaesthetic 

Z224 - with anaesthetic 

Excision - Bone 

R299 Phalanx 3 

R309 Metatarsal head 3 

E587 - each additional 

R305 Accessory navicular (scaphoid) 3 

R302 Bunion/bmionette 3 

R307 Calcaneal spur 3 

R282 Exostosis (dorsal, sitiungual) 3 

R308 Os calcis, talus 3 

R301 Sesamoid, one or both 3 

R306 Tarsal bar 3 

R266 Tunour (foot) (see Prearisle para BJZ) 3 

Excision - Joint 

R420 Ankle synovectomy ......................................................... 3 

R425 Metatarsophalangeal synovectatiy - one 3 

R414 - two or more 3 

Excision - Soft Tissue 

R549 Ganglion - simple or corplex 3 

R506 Bursa 3 

R551 Fascia (Dupytrens) - partial or complete 3 

R522 Muscle - simple 

R523 - corplex 

Reconstruction - Pseudarthrosis 

R363 f^lleoli 3 

R321 Tarsals/metatarsals/ phalanx 3 

Reconstruction - Osteotomy 

R259 Os calcis 3 

R276 Nëtatarsals and phalanx 3' 

E596 - each additional 

R277 Midtarsal/tarsal 3 

R337 Shortening metatarsal - one 4 

R338 - two or more 4 

Reconstruction - Forefoot 

R4X Claw and hcnmer toe 3 

E594 - each additional hamner toe, add 

R304 Hallux Valgus - Ma>o, Keller 3 

R355 - Joplin, M:Bride 3 

R360 l^or forefoot reconstruction - max. 3 

R446 Overlapping 5th toe 3 



328.50 

82.50 
141.40 
82.50 



20.10 



16.85 




32.90 


4 


108.10 


4 


148.50 


4 


35.40 




132.10 


4 


127.80 


4 


118.15 


4 


85.30 


4 


241.00 


4 


120.10 


4 


195.30 


4 


204.80 


4 


232.20 


4 


191.80 


4 


287.90 


4 


100.00 


4 


126.60 


4 


275.70 


4 


163.80 


I.C. 


411.20 


I.e. 


251.10 


4 


220.90 


4 


252.45 


4 


122.90 


4 


35.40 




205.50 


4 


191.40 


4 


231.60 


4 


128.40 


4 


35.40 




184.30 


4 


226.50 


4 


313.10 


5 


11533 


4 



678 



O. Reg. 215/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



1969 



Code 



SIAGICM. PROCeXJRES 
OPQWTTOre « T>C HBOLOSKELEni SYSTW - Ort'd. 



FOOT /M) AM(LE - Cont'd. 



Asst Surg kaes 



RBCcnstruction - C1U> Rnt 

MOB I^Ktericr or oedial release ............................................... 4 

SM8 P ost HUBHlial release, lateral shortening, tendon transfers and fjsion .... 4 

f646 Plantar fascia release (Steindler) ........................................ 3 

RBCofstnction - Liganents 

RS97 At*1e - one 3 

R548 - ertensive/nultiple ................................................ 3 



266.45 
314.70 
140.40 



196.90 
333.50 



Reconstruction - Tendons 
R640 Exploration - tendon sheath 3 

Tenolysis - extensive release 

R556 - one .................................................................. 3 

E599 - each additional digit (max. 2) , add .................................. 

Tendon transfer foot and ankle 

fG65 - single 3 

e056 - each additional . aEld ................................................. 

1672 Tenodesis ................................................................. 3 

RSflO Graft ..................................................................... 4 

BS3 - each additional , add ................................................. 

R557 Lengthening or shortening - one ........................................... 3 

G350 - each additional , add .......................... 

R578 Sutire ectensor tendon - one ......M.........M........................... 3 

E580 - each additional .................................. 

R585 Suture flexor tendon - one m......... ............................... ...... 3 

E581 - each additional , add ............................... 

RSB9 Achilles tendon repair - early ............................................ 3 

RSB7 - late ............................................. 3 

1679 Tenotoay (open) - one toe ................................................. 

i681 - mre than one toe ....................................... 

2229 (closed) - one toe (I.ÛJ>.) ...................................... 

2213 - more than one toe (Ii)J>.) 

Achilles or tibialis anterior/posterior 

f644 tenotcny - open ........................................................ 3 

(655 - closed ...................................................... 

Deduction - Fractires 
P074 Ankle - no reduction, rigid inmbilization ................................ 

POTS - closed reduction .................................................. 3 

R)76 - open - one Malleolus .................. ........m.... ........ ...... 4 

F077 - multiple aalleoli or ligaments . ................... M.............. 4 

Ankle fractire «flth tibial Plafond burst 

FIO» - closed 3 

F108 - open 4 

ffetatarsus - no reduction 
F061 - one or more .................................................. 

R)62 - irith rigid innobilization .................................... 

F063 - closed reduction - one or nre 3 

PQ64 - open reduction - one ^ 

F065 - tw or more ................................. 4 

F070 Os calds - no reduction - rigid iiwnbilization 

FU71 - closed reduction 

F072 - open reduction 4 

Phalanx - no reduction 
Rfi6 - rigid innobilization - one ...................................... 

E560 - each additional .......................... 

FQSB - closed reduction - one ...........m».... ................ ........ 

E561 - each additional .............................. 

RKO - open reduction ................».mm.................. .......... 4 



io7ao 



171.70 


4 


74J0O 




215jn 


4 


aOJO Umax. 


219.80 


4 


215J» 


4 


90.50 




1900» 


4 


65.10 




107 JO 


4 


njjo 




200.90 


4 


74^ 




193.20 


4 


328.50 


4 


74J0 


4 


163.80 


4 


41J5 


4 


82.50 


4 


145J0 


4 


112.20 


4 


57 JO 




122 JO 


4 


201 j55 


4 


264.70 


5 


205.60 


i. 


308.40 





41J5 




57 JO 




33.10 


4 


150 JO 


4 


211J0 


4 


32 JO 




137 J5 


4 


239a0 


4 


41J5 




lOJO 




61J0 


4 


12.60 




145.70 


4 



^1 

679 



1970 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 215/86 

SIRGIC;^ PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON T>C MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEH - Cont'd. 
Code Asst Surg Anaes 

FOOT Arc ANKLE - Cont'd. 

Tarsus excluding os cal ci s 

F066 - no reduction- rigid imrobil ization 82.50 

F067 - closed reduction 3 139.80 4 

F068 - open reduction 4 201.25 4 

Intra-articular fracture - I.P. joint 

F057 - closed reduction 65.80 

F069 - open reduction 3 122.90 4 

Reduction - Dislocations 

0035 Ankle - closed reduction 4 93.90 4 

0036 - open reduction 4 213.90 4 

R402 - recurrent dislocation and/or sil)lu)(ation 4 311.50 5 

0027 Interphalangeal - closed 48.40 4 

E578 - each additional 8.30 

0029 - open 4 128.40 4 

0030 Metatarsophalangeal - closed 48.40 4 

E579 - each additional 8.30 

D032 - open 4 138.60 4 

0033 Tarsus - closed 124.85 4 

□034 - open 4 214.45 4 



roo 

680 



O. Reg. 215/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SUfilC/IL PROCEIXPES 



1971 



Oxle 



229B 
R181 



R182 



Z296 
Z297 



Z301 
US. 

ZXA 

Z305 
Z30e 
Z309 
Z310 
Z311 

Z312 
MDIO 
«11 



>€12 

>ei3 

H)14 
«19 

M024 
R319 
R320 
Note: 



H)15 
«16 

«17 
E603 

«18 

«BO 
«21 
«28 



«X 
MTOl 



Z314 
Z315 
Z316 
«27 
R788 
R789 



OPERATIONS OH M RESPIRATCRY SYSTIM 



NOSE 



test Surg .Viaes 



Nascftarynx 

EJjJj^. of nasopharyix for malignant disease incluling biopsies (not 
to be charged if done in corvji'iction *ntt\ T 4 A, âdenoidectony or 
quadroscory) (I^^.) ...............^ 

Excision of rHSopharyngeal lesion with palatal split -l 

Excision of riasopharyigeal lesion »nth mandibulotomy, glossotoiy ana/or 
palatal split .......................................................... 7 

Fiberoptic endoscopy of upper airvey (nose, hypopharynx or lar>rx)(I.OJ'.) 

- if only operative procedure perfomed ................................ 

Insertion of prosthesis for nasal septal perforation (UOJ*.) ............. 

Incision (IJ)J>.) 

drainage of abscess or haaiatcma .......................................... 

Turbinate reduction - ini or bilateral (to include cautery, cr>osurgery, 
turbinectaiy) 

Excision 

Sasal polyp {IJXP.) - single 

- nultiple or involving general anaesthetic 

(irilateral) 

Dnanal polypectany [IJiJ',) - i/iilateral 

Biopsy {ljij>.) - single 

- nultiple or involving general anaesthetic ............... 

Remmal of foreign body {ljij>,) - simple 

- coiplicated, or involving general 
anaesthetic 

Excision of intranasal lesions by lateral rhinotorny approach .............. 4 

Excision of other intranasal lesions (See Preart)le ?ara. B.32)..,. ......... IX. 

Reconstruction 

Septoplasty (viien antrun lavage, polypectany, tirbinate reduction, 
intranasal ethnoidectcmies or antrostonries are done in addition, add 
sot of the appropriate fees to «12 «13, «14. «15, «16, «19, «24). 

Partial septorhinoplasty (excluding osteotonies) 

Septorhinoplasty 

- tnth autologous bone or cartilage graft fran site other than 

nose 3 

- with non-auto logous graft or inplant ................................. 4 

Graft to nose - autologous, bone or cartilage (without septorhinoplasty) .. 4 

- non-autologous or prosthetic itiplant (without septorhinoplasty) ...... 4 

«13, «14, «19, «24, S319, R320 - claims for these procedures require 

OHIP authorization. (See Sirgical Preantjle, paragraph (17)). 

Septodemoplasty (to include fascial and other grafts) .................... 

Repair of septal perforation 

Packing for localization of cerebrospinal rhinorrtiea ...................... 

- with fluorescein injection, add ...................................... 

Endonasal aujnentation for atrophic rhinitis - trilateral (including 

obtaining graft or preparing implant) .................................. 

Repair of choanal atresia - mi or bilateral 4 

Puxture and insertion of tube for choanal atresia - ijii or Dilaterai ..... 

Lh'lation of choanal atresia - iri or bilateral ............................ 

Rhinoplasty for reconstruction of cleft lip - nasal defonirity (not to be 
billed with repair of cleft lip) 

- conplex, to inclide necessary grafts and septoplasty ................. 4 

- tip and septun reconstruction only ., 

Treatnent of Epistaxis (Nasal ffeenorrhage) 

Cauterization (Ii)J>.) - i/iilateral 

ulterior packing (IJ)J>.) - milateral 

Rasterior packing {l.OJ>,) - uii or bilateral 

Ligation of actemal carotid artery - milateral 6 

Ligation of internal maxillary artery - milateral 7 

Ligation of anterior artery ethroidal - milateral ........................ 6 



33.50 
417.50 


4 

7 


811J0 


IC 


14.60 
14.60 




45.70 


4 


45.70 


4 



17.10 



45.70 


i 


45 JO 


4 


14.60 




41J0 


4 


8.50 




41.70 


4 


405.70 


7 


IX, 


IX 



2063) 
296.20 

397.30 


4 

7 
7 


567.10 
445.80 
296.20 

190.60 


7 
7 
4 
4 


?52.10 
294.60 
32.50 

41.70 


4 
4 
4 


252.10 
296.20 

101.40 
603) 


4 
4 
4 

4 


508.10 
208 JO 


7 
4 


9J0 

123) 

29.10 

2443) 

332.40 

2443) 


4 

4 

4 

6 

10 

6 



lOI 



il 



681 



1972 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 215/86 

SURGICAL PROCOXJRES 

OPERATIONS ON T>€ RESPIRATORY SYSTEM - Cont'd. 

Asst Surg Anaes 

NOSE - Cont'd. 



Code 



35.05 
101.40 


4 
4 


202.80 
638.00 
252.10 
109.50 
378.10 


4 
10 

4 
5 


588.40 


10 


378.10 
130.00 


6 
4 


296.20 
292.20 

503.30 
209.50 
81.10 


4 

4 

10 

4 

4 



ACCESSORY NASAL SINUSES 

Antrun or sinus lavage (I. O.P.) 

Z319 Antral puncture and/or lavage - uni or bilateral 

M054 ftecillary, intranasal antrostany - unilateral 4 

Maxillary, Caldwell-Luc (intranasal antrostany included) 

M055 - unilateral 4 

MD56 f^illectomy - partial or canplete 7 

E947 - with orbital exenteration, add 

Z318 Frontal trephine or sinusotomy (I. O.P.) 

M068 Radical frontal sinusectcmy 

Coronal and/ or osteoplastic procedure for frontal sinusectcniy, recon- 
M063 stnxtion or obliteration - trilateral or bilateral 7 

External frontal -ethnoidal sinusectcmy and/or reconstaction 

M059 - unilateral 4 

M360 Intranasal ethnoidectomy - unilateral 

External or transantral ethmoidectcmy - unilateral (to include Cal dwell - 

M)23 Luc with transantral approach) 4 

MD61 Trans-septal sphenoidotomy or sphenoid sinusectomy 

M364 External transetfmoidol sphenoidotcniy or sphenoid sinusectony 7 

M062 Vidian neurectcmy - i/iilateral 4 

MD66 Closure of antral fistula - minor 

- carpi ex or involving general anaesthetic (to 
MQ67 inclLcle Caldwell-Luc if necessar7) 283.50 

LARYNX 

EfKloscopies (1.0JP.) 

Laryngoscopy: 

Z321 Direct - with or without biopsy 

Z322 - with removal of foreign body 

Z323 - with removal of lesion(s) 

Z343 - with dilatation of larTnx, to include br~onchoscopy if necessary 

Z324 Indir-ect - with biopsy or r^emoval of foreign body 

E600 Using operating microscope - add to charges for laryngoscopy (i.e. to Z321 

Z323, Z327, Z328, Z330, Z342, Z343, Z348) 27.60 

Introduction 
MD80 Teflon augnentation larynx 149.70 6 

Excision (to include laryngoscopy) 

M061 LaryngectOTiy - total 6 689.20 13 

E882 - with hemi thyroidectany, add , 145.70 

E883 - with sii)total thyroidectomy, add 219.00 

E884 - with total throidectany, add 307.20 

M382 Laryngofissur^ 6 365.50 8 

M084 Laryngectany - segnental , including r^econstructi on 6 ■ 730.20 9 

NDe5 Arytenoidectony or ar^tenoidopexy or lateralization pr'ocedure 6 324.50 8 

Repair ( to include laryngoscopy) 

Laryngopl asty - e.g. repair of stenosis and fractures, transections - not 

M090 to be billed with M084 527.75 6 

I^œ9 Creation of tracheo-oesophageal fistula 3 162.30 4 

Z320 Insertion of voice prosthesis (I.Û.P.) 21.10 

Z303 Rénovai of lar^geal stent or keel 85.10 4 



50.40 


6 


87.40 


6 


121.70 


6 


166.20 


6 


29.10 


6 



682 



O. Reg. 215/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



1973 



SURGICAL PROCEDURES 



Code 



Z327 
E63Z 
E633 
EJ634 

E635 



E636 

E537 
E638 
E622 

Z359 



Z355 



Z344 
Z345 



Z326 
Z346 
Z356 



Z741 
E639 
Z738 



l>CI99 
E531 
H103 

E623 



«00 
MlOl 



M105 

E601 



OPERAnOfC ON TIC RESPIRATORY SYSTEM - Cont'd. 

Asst Surg Anaes 

7RA0CA;V0 BRONCHI 

Preantole: 

(l)Wien laryngoscopy and bronchoscopy or oesophago-bronchoscopy are carried 

out as caiCined pnxedures, the piiysician should claim for one or the 

other but not both. 
(2)No claim should be made for bronchoscopy carried out iimiediately 

following thoracic surgery trder the same anaesthetic by the same 

surgeon. 

Endoscopy {IJ3J>.) 
Bronchoscoçy 

- vfl'th or without bronchial biopsy, suction or ir\jection of contrast 

material 92.20 6 

- with ranmal of foreign body, add ....................................... 52.80 

- with dilatation of stricture, add 36.40 

- with selective endobronchial blocJcer or catheter insertion, add ......... 36.40 

- with palliative endobronchial tuiour resection including laser or 

cry)therapy, add 52.30 

- with broncho alveolar lavage for obtaining specimens suitable for 

differerrtial cellular analysis (for assessnertt of interstitial lirg 
disease), add 20.30 

- with selective brushings of all 18 segnental bronchi for occult carcinana 

in situ; specinens labelled as to site, add 56.70 

- with transbrcfichial luig biopsy under image intensification only, add.... 60.80 

- any bronchoscopic procedure for patients i/ider 3 years of age, add 65JX) 

Repeat bronchoscopy for tracheobronchial toilet when perfonned within one 

neetc of another bronchoscopic procedure 41.70 6 

Quadroscopy or panendoscofy - with or without biopsy (nasop^Hryngoscopy, 

laryngoscopy, bronchoscopy, oesophagoscopy with or without gastroduo- 

denoscopy), using separate instrunents in search of malignarrt disease .. 148.90 6 

Tracheo-bronchial aspiration {IJiJ',) 

First procedire 30.X 

Sitosequent procedures perfonned by same physician ......................... 15.20 

{Not to apply to (1) operating surgeons, (2) v<nen respiratof7 'jnit fees 

apply or (3) within the first two hours post-operatively.) 

Change of tracheostany tJDe 9.25 

Transtracheal aspiration 18J0 

Gosure of persistent tracheostona 109.50 

Incision (IjOJ>.) 

Tracheotaiy 3 128.40 6 

- with anterior cricoid split, add ........................................ 64.20 

Insertion of Hxitganery "T" Tiiae or similar laryngeol or tracheal sterrt ... 4 169.35 8 

Excision 

Segnental resection of cervical trachea ................................... 9 661.70 10 

- with resection of cricoid, add ....................................... 256.00 

Segnental resection of trachea with either stemotaiy or thoracotaiy ...... 9 1055.50 13 

Carinal resection (without pulmonary resection) ........................... 11 673.50 15 

^e-operation after 30 days, add 338.70 

Repair 

Tracheal njpture, transcervical 9 533.30 10 

Tracheal -bronchial rupture, transthoracic 9 707 J5 13 

OCST mL AH) hCDIASHNUM 

Excision 

Oiest wll tuiKXjr, resection of 2 or 3 ribs or cartilages 9 421.40 13 

- for each additional rib (more than 3) to a maxinun of 3 additional , 

add 46.90 



683 



1974 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



1 



O. Reg. 215/86 



code 



E602 
M107 

N284 
M106 
M108 



M109 
MllO 
M115 
E604 
M117 
R352 



Mill 



E605 
Z742 



Z353 
Z354 
Z357 
Z358 



Z329 
Z3X 

Z333 
Z348 
Z347 



Z331 
Z332 
E606 

Z334 



Z335 



Z340 
Z336 
Z341 
E606 
Z337 
M133 
MI37 
M134 
M132 



SIPGICW. PROCEDURES 
OPERATIONS ON "DC RESPIRATORY SYSTEM - Cont'd. 

CHEST l*\LL AND ftDIASTINLM - Cont'd. 



Asst Surg Anaes 



- with sternal resection, add ......................................... 

Total stemectcriy 9 

Excision of first rib and/or cervical rib to include scanelotomy wtien 

required 6 

hfediastinal tunour 9 

Ligation of thoracic duct - as sole procedure 6 

Repair 
Chest veil 

pleura - closed 

- open 

Chest v«ll fixation for trauna 4 

- for fixation of each additional rib exceeding four ribs, add 

Sternal fixation for trauna 4 

Pectus excavatuD or carinatun repair (by reconstruction, not implant) 6 

Surgical Collapse 

Thoracoplasty - one stage 9 

- for each additional rib (more than 3) to a maximuii of 3 additional , 
add 

Phrenicotcmy (I.O.P.) , 3 

Incision 

Incisional biopsy of chest wall tunour (UOJ*.) 3 

Excisional biopsy of rib for tunour {I.O.P.) .............................. 4 

Thoracic window creation (I.OJ'.) 5 

Thoracic window closure (I.O.P,) 4 

Endoscopies {IJ)J>,) 

Mediastinoscopy 

- with bronchoscopy 

- with transbronchial biopsy under image intensification (including 
bronchoscopy) 

- with bronchoscopy and mediastinotcmy 3 

Anterior mediastinotany - when sole procedure perfonned ................... 3 

LUNGS AM) PLEURA 

Introduction - Thoracentesis {IJ3J'.) 

Aspiration for diagnostic sample 

Aspiration with therapeutic drainage with or without diagnostic sample .... 

Administration of chemotherapy or sclerosing agent, add 

Total unilateral lung lavage with or without bronchoscopy using double 
lunen tube and single ling anaesthesia 

Endoscopy {ljij>.) 

Thoracoscopy ( pi euroscopy) with or without pleural biopsy, suction, etc. .. 

Incision 

Biopsy of luig, needle (I.O.P.) 

Biopsy of pleura, needle (I.O.P.) - including diagnostic aspiration ....... 

Closed drainage effusion or pneunothorax, (I.OJ',) 

- with adni ni strati on of chemotherapy or sclerosing agent 

Rib resection for drainage (I.O.P.) 6 

Thoracotomy for rgnoval of foreign body 9 

Thoracotomy with or without biopsy 9 

Thoracotomy for post-operative haanorrhage or empyema 9 

Thoracotany with repair of ruptured diaphragn 9 



144.90 
661.70 



I.e. 

IX. 
285.10 
45.30 
204.80 
562.40 



248.10 
45.30 



72.90 
115.80 
185.90 

90.60 



15233 
202.40 

224.50 
285.10 
161.50 



20.50 
37.60 
9.05 

248.10 



90.60 



13 



332.40 6 
529.30 13 
334.80 6 



74.80 


4 


37.60 


4 


51.20 


4 


9.05 




103.20 


6 


318.20 


13 


318.20 


13 


318.20 


13 


413.50 


13 



lOL^ 

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197S 



Code 



W30 
E609 

E610 
M135 

Z339 

Z338 
«138 

«42 
E612 
E613 
E614 
E615 
£611 
«43 
B616 
E617 
E618 
E619 
£620 
£611 
£621 
£624 
£625 
«44 
«45 
E60B 
E611 
«51 
MI49 

E507 



SUeiCM. PROCEDURES 
OPERATIONS ON TIC RESPIRATORY SYSTEM - Cont'd. 

LUe AN) PLEURA - Corrt'd. 



Asst Surg Anaes 



Closure of broncho-pleiral fistula (transthoracic or trans-stemal ) ....... 9 476.55 

- «rith intercostal nuscle buidle, add .................................. 99.25 

- «flth fiyjvascular flap (pectoralis m^or, latissinus dorsi, rectus 

abdominus) , add 215J0O 

ffejor decortication of ling for aipyeia or tunar 11 483.60 

Intercostal drainage with insufflation of sclerosing agent i/ider general 

anaesthesia (I.OJ>.) 4 148.90 

Excision 

Biopsy of pleura or ling - with limited thoracotaiy {ljij>.) .............. 9 165.40 

Hilar 1>mphnode or Img biopsy with full thoracotaiy ...................... 9 334jao 

Pneunonectaiy with or without radical nediastinal node dissection or 

pericardial resection re(|jiring repair ................................. 10 779.80 

- total extra-pleural pneunonectoiy, add ............................... 275.70 

- sleeve pneunonectony, add 202.40 

- cmental graft, add 132 JO 

- intra-pericardial dissection, add 96.50 

- with resection of diaphragn including reconstruction 118.15 

Lobectoty with or without radical mediastinal node dissection ............. 10 7793) 

- bi-lobectaiy on nght side, add 115^80 

- with pleiral tent, add 64.20 

- with decortication of ranaining lQDe(s) 99.25 

- sleeve lobectony, add 132J0 

- with «edge brcnchoplasty, add ........................................ 64.20 

- with resection of diaphragn incliding reconstruction ........ .......^ 118J5 

- with diagnostic «edge resection ...................................... 37.40 

- «flth conpletion pneunonectomy for positive resection irargin, add ..... 90.60 

- with sleeve resection of pulmonary artery, add ....................... 115.80 

Segnental resection, including segnental bronchus and artery .............. 10 779^ 

Wedge resection of ling 10 350.50 

- each additioral (to a maxinun of three) .............................. 51.20 

- «flth resection of diaphragn including reconstruction ................. 118.15 

Bullectany for major bullous disease 10 519.90 

Pleirectoiy, and/or apical bullectany for pneunothorax .................... 10 350.50 

Re-operation more ttan 30 days sU)sequent to previous excision, add to 

appropriate excision fee ............................................... 124J0 



685 



1976 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 215/86 



SURGICAL PROCEDURES 
OPERATIONS ON M CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM 



Code 
R700 

E650 



Z743 
Z780 

Z744 
Note: 
Z781 

Z751 
Z782 



E655 
Z759 



E670 
E671 



R765 



G295 
G302 
G269 
G270 
G264 

R752 
R751 
Z411 
Z412 
M137 
^a34 
Z401 
R750 
R748 
R749 
R712 
R713 
R714 



(a)with hypothermia and without bypass - basic fee for cardiovascular 
procedures 

Note: R700 REPLACES PROCEDURAL BASIC code when hypothemiia is used where 

basic is less than 25 units. 
(b)pinip bypass - (anaesthetist - see preamble) 

(bypass includes cannulating and decannulating heart or major vein, 
major artery, supervision of punp and pimp rtn.) 
(c) circulatory assist device e.g. intra-aortic balloon (includes annu- 
lation, repair of artery, daily care and supervision) (I. O.P.) 

-open 

-percutaneous 

(d)decannulation of cirxulatory assist dwice (includes repair of artery) 

(I. O.P.) -open 

R815 not to be claimed in addition to Z744. 

.-percutaneous 

(e)repositioning of intra-aortic balloon punp (no charge to be made for 

repositioning v/ithin 24 hours of original insertion) (I. O.P.) -open 

-percutaneous 

(f)re-operation for failed vascular grafts - for repair or replacement of 

existing prosthesis (more than one month after original operation), add 

to appropriate fee 

(g)rent)val of failed vascular graft without arterial reconstruction 

(I.O.P.) - when sole procedure 

(h) re-operation involving open heart procedures with punp (more than one 

month after original operation) , add to appropriate fee 

following previous thoracotany 

following previous stemotcniy , 

(i)preliminary diagnostic catheterization - extra to operative fees (see 

Diagnostic and Therapeutic Procedures), 
(j)!)* basic anaesthetic fee of 28 units for major cardiovascular surgery 

includes such procedures as insertion of C.V.P. line (G268), arterial 

line, blood sampling, blood analysis and interpretations. 

hCART AlC PERICARDIUM 
Cardiac massage 

- closed (see Resuscitation on page 54) 

- open 

Insertion of pennanent endocardial electrode and implantation of pack, 

includes insertion of temporary transvenous lead at same surgical 
procedure by same surgeon 3 

Repositioning of pennanent endocardial electrode (as separate procedure) .. 

Insertion of penranent endocardial electrode(s) 

Exposure of vein and implantation of pack 

Replaçaient of pack 

At rio- ventricular sequential pacemaker with permanent atrial and ventri- 
cular endocardial electrodes 4 

Implantation of epicardial electrode(s) plus implantation of pack 6 

Replacement of pack (I. O.P.) 3 

Replacement or repair of pacaiaker lead (I.Û.P.) 3 

Thoracotomy - with or without biopsy 9 

- for post-operative hemorrtiage 9 

Aspiration of pericardiim (I.O.P.) 

Open biopsy of pericardiun and drainage (transthoracic or epigastri'c) 13 

Pericardiectomy - one side open 13 

- both sides open or sternal split 13 - 

Cardiotomy with exploration 18 

- with removal of foreign body 18 

- with renewal of tumur 18 



Asst Surg Anaes 



295.40 



13 189.00 



25 



248.10 
177.20 


5 
5 


99.25 


5 


31.50 




103.20 
66.60 


5 


140.60 




152.80 


6 


181.20 
271.75 





264.70 


5 


264.70 


5 


120.50 




136.30 


5 


119.70 


5 


371.80 


5 


380.45 


20 


124.10 


5 


90.60 


5 


318.20 


13 


318.20 


13 


107.50 




259.90 


13 


519.90 


20 


819.20 


20 


430.10 


20 


519.90 


20 


430.10 


20 



686 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



1977 



aUGICflL PROHJJRES 



Code 



OPERATIONS ON TTC OWDIWASOJLAR SYSTD1 - Ort' d. 
fCART PIC PEWOWDIIM - Cont'd. 



Asst Surg .anaes 



E660 - electrophysiologic napping of heart - epicardial 107.50 

E661 - endocardial and/or HIS Suidle .. 2150» 

Efi62 - division of accessory conduction pathways 53.60 

R920 Excision - ventricular tunxr 18 549.80 

R746 - ventricular anetrysn 18 707J5 

R747 - anetrysn of sinus of Valsalva 18 641.20 

R741 • Coronary - endarterectoiy 18 598.65 

E651 - trfen done in coojiiiction with coronary artery repair, add 165.40 

Excision of extensive endocardial scar, add to ventriculotoiy or aneurysn 

E648 repair 107.50 

R742 Coronary artery repair - one , 18 732.60 

R743 - tx) 18 984.60 

E654 - each additional 153.60 

Use of internal namary 

B652 - for construction of bypass graft, add 149.70 

R754 Ligation or division patent ductus - infant or child 13 430.10 

R755 - adolescent or adult 13 598.65 

Interruption of branchial collateral arteries (one or more arteries) - sole 

R857 procedure 13 598.65 

E663 - done in coiyirction »rith other cardiac surgery 149.70 

R757 Resection coarctation - infant 13 537.20 

R756 - child 13 516.70 

R758 - adolescent or adult 13 661.70 

Congenital heart procedures - e.g. Blalocic, Glem, Potts, kbterston or 

R759 Central 13 516.70 

R763 Creation of ASD - by balloon septostany 9 259 JO 

R762 - by thoracotofy or Sterling Edwrds 18 516.70 

R715 Closure atrial septal defect: secuxlun 18 516.70 

R716 -endocardial cushion «id valve defect 18 768.80 

R717 - with anaialous pulnonary venous drainage 18 Ô49J0 

R718 Closure of ventricular septal defect 18 649.10 

R870 Orthotopic cardiac transplantation 18 1181.55 

R872 Oonor cardiectaiy 7 393.85 

R874 Cardiopulmonary transplantation 18 1575.40 

Repair 

Total repair Tetralogy of Fallot 

R7a0 - with or without previous arterial sJuit 18 864.10 

R722 Total anonalous pulmonary venous drainage 18 768.80 

R723 Total correction transposition of great vessels 18 7683) 

R721 Arterial repair of transposition 18 1154J)0 

R921 Canplete A-V canal 18 1013J» 

R922 Single ventricle 18 1154J» 

R9e3 Ckxiole outlet - right/left ventricle 18 1013JM 

R9Z4 Dwi)le outlet ventricle with transposition 18 1164J)0 

RSeS Jnras arteriosus 18 1154JX) 

R926 Interrupted aortic arch 18 1013.00 

R9e7 Aorto-pulmonary window 18 649J0 

R928 R-V outflow tract with valve *id titular graft 18 7273) 

R929 Oebanding arterioplasty of pulmonary artery 18 645.10 

R768 Pulmonary artery banding 13 430.10 

R769 - with pressire studies by anaesthetist, extra/hoir 

R770 Correction of cor triatriatun 18 5903) 

R771 Vascular ring 18 516.70 

V/«.VES 

R724 Pulmonary val votony 18 5413) 

R725 Pulnonary valvotomy and infirdibular resection 18 520.70 

R772 Pulmonary valve replacement 13 620.70 



lot 



687 



1978 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 215/86 



SURGIC/\L PROCEDURES 



OPERAnONS ON T>€ CARDIOVASCUUIR SYSTEM - Cont'd. 
Code 

VW.VES - Cont'd. 

R726 Tricuspid valvotomy 

R727 Tricuspid amuloplasty 

R728 Tricuspid valve replacement 

R729 Mitral valvotony 

R730 l^tral valvotorty - restenosis 

R734 [Mitral annuloplasty 

R735 Mitral replacement ....................................................... 

R733 Mitral valvoplasty 

R930 Aortic valvuloplasty 

R736 /tortic vatvotony 

R737 tortic inftrdibular resection (ventriculoityotomy) 

R738 Aortic valve replaçaient 

E647 Patch aortoplasty with pericardiim or graft, add to R738 and/or aortic 

annuloplasty 

E656 Aortic annuloplasty (reconstruction and enlargenent of aortic annul us add 
to R738 and/or patch aortoplasty 

Replacanent of aortic valve, replacèrent of ascending aorta, and 
R863 reimplantation of coronary arteries (Madified Bentall Procedure) ...... 

Miltivalvular replacanent - the fee will be that for the major valve 
replaced plus 85% of the fee for the additional valve or valves. 



Asst Surg Anaes 



18 


636.50 


20 


18 


541.90 


20 


18 


620.70 


28 


18 


586.80 


20 


18 


553.80 


20 


18 


630.20 


20 


18 


764.10 


28 


18 


787.70 


28 


18 


685.30 


28 


18 


578.95 


20 


18 


711.30 


28 


18 


827.10 
216.60 
236.30 


28 


18 


1654.20 


28 



ARTERIES 

Cannulation for infusion chenotherapy 

R775 - si^jerficial teiçoral artery 3 

R776 - hepatic artery 6 

R778 - carotid 5 

R760 Regional isolation perfusion e.g. iliac ................................... 10 

R764 Exploration of major artery ............................................... 6 

Incision 
Z402 Arteriotany (I.O.P.) 

Note: Z402 not allowed in addition to other major cardiovascular surgery when 
performed at same time. 



77.20 


4 


170.90 


6 


119.70 


5 


330.80 


10 


219.00 


I.C 



94.50 



Repair - traunatic 
R790 Suture of lacerated major artery 4 

R795 Repair of lacerated major artery (including patch angioplasty) , 10 

R862 - by bypass or interposition graft 10 

Ligation 

R781 Ligation of artery (as sole procedure) - by region etc.* 3 

R788 - internal maxillary artery (Caldvell-Luc approach) 7 

R789 - anterior etlmoid artery 6 

R708 - internal iliac artery (uni or bilateral) 7 

Excision and/or Repair: 
Pr^antole: 

(l)Repair of arteries implies either endarterectoriy and/or bypass graft. 
(2) Fee for gas endarterectomy of coronary artery should be the same fee as 
for coronary endartenectony. 

(3)Tlie fees listed for by-pass grafts include endarterectomy and/or 
thrombectomy of the arter7 being repaired. 
(4)Ccninon femoral artery repair (e.g. R784,R785) includes repair to the 

profunda faroris artery as far as the first major branch. 
(5) If the repair extends beyond the first major branch of the profunda 

femoris artery, R815 may be claimed in addition. 
(6)If the repair extends beyond the second meuor branch of the profunda 

femoris artery, R856 instead of R815 may be claimed in addition. 
Arterioplasty with or without patch graft including microvascular anas- 

R815 tomosis, arterial and/or venous, (other than listed below) 10 

R792 Carotid - endarterectomy 10 

R796 - carotid body tunour 10 

R798 - aneurysm - reconstruction or excision with graft , 10 

Aortic arch reconstruction 

R830 Innominate 10 

R831 Siixlavian 10 

R832 Vertebral 10 

E659 - with thoracotomy, add 3 

E667 - riptured, add 

Thoracic aorta aneur7sm - repair or excision with graft 

R799 - ascending 10 

R800 - arch 10 



256.00 
401.70 
533 JO 


I.C 

10 

10 


82.70 
332.40 
244.20 
330.80 


I.C 
10 
6 
10 



425 J5 


10 


622 JO 


10 


620.70 


10 


661.70 


10 


698.70 


10 


698.70 


10 


698.70 


10 


136 JO 


7 


215.00 


3 


1173.70 


20 


1457.20 


20 



688 



O. Reg. 215/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



1979 



SIRGIOSL PROŒDURES 



OPtRAHONS ON 7}€ OWDIWASOLW SYSTW - Cont'd. 



Code 



Asst Strg Anaes 



«TÏRIES - Qrt'd. 



RaOl - descending vrith or without tarporary sfurt 10 1016.10 20 

E667 - ruptured, add 215.00 3 

1803 T>xx-aco - abdoirinal aneirysri 18 1969.25 20 

R802 flbdaninal aorta - aneirysn 10 964J0 17 

R816 - plus milateral camnr fanoral repair 10 1051.60 17 

R817 - plus Silateral cannon femoral repair 10 1134J0 17 

E626 - plus implantation of inferior mesenteric artery, aoa ................. 140.60 

E627 - r^jtured, add 256jn 3 

^fese^te^ic or celiac artery repair 

œil - aneirys" 10 330.80 10 

R935 - rentval of b*id only 10 3303) 10 

Note: Use R935 for excision of coeliac ganglion. 

R936 - endarterectony or graft 10 698J0 10 

Aorto-Iliac repair 

R783 - including comon iliac repair (uii- or bilateral) 10 815J0 17 

R784 - plus inilateral comnan feroral repair 10 957J£ 17 

R785 - plus bilateral camnn fennral repair ................................. 10 1059.45 17 

E626 - plus implantation of inferior mesenteric artery, add ................. 140.60 

R814 - entxjlectony or ttinntectony of bifurcation (aorta or graft) .......... 10 37133 10 

Total ramval of infected aortic graft (stem and linbs) (arterial recon- 

flB58 stnrtion extra) 10 740.40 17 

E664 aosure of duodenun, add 102.40 

Partial ranoval of infected aortic graft (one lint) only) (arterial recon- 

«869 stnjction extra) 10 277J0 10 

R805 (tenal artery - aneurysn - reconstruction or excision witfi graft ........... 10 698.70 10 

R806 Renal artery repair 10 698.70 10 

H807 Splenic artery aneurysn - reconstruction or excision with graft ........... 10 3303) 10 

R786 Iliac repair to include internal iliac anetrysn 10 649J0 10 

R937 II io-femoral bypass graft 10 649.10 10 

R860 Rer-obtirator ilio-fanoral graft - with saphenous vein 10 724.70 10 

R861 - with prosthetic graft 10 707.35 10 

Commn femoral /prof i«la faioris repair (profinloplasty) - ttvn sole 

R865 procedire performed 10 4503) 10 

R856 Extended profindoplasty 10 6283) 10 

R933 Axillo-fanoral, famro-famoral or axil lo-axillary graft 10 5293) 10 

R934 Axto-femoral milateral graft (for bilateral see R785) ................... 10 698.70 17 

R80e Fanoral aneoTsn - reconstruction or excision with graft .................. 10 4833) 10 

R864 Repair of false aneirysn at groin anastanosis ..........................m. 10 719.96 10 

RB09 Femoral -popl iteal endarterectony 10 6123) 10 

Fenoro-popliteal (with or without endarterectony) 

R791 - with s^]henous vein 10 6903) 10 

R794 - with prosthetic graft 10 5903) 10 

Femoro-antVpost. tibial/peroneal bypass graft (with or without endar- 

R787 terectony) - with saphenous vein ....................................... 10 8113) 10 

R780 - with prosthetic graft ................................................ 10 707.35 10 

R810 Popliteal arwrysn 7 649.10 10 

Peripheral arteries other than 1 isted 

R812 - «leirysn 7 3303) 10 

R813 Brtxjlectcmy - artef7 or graft (as sole procedure) 7 2593) 10 

Ra67 Throdtectony - artery or graft (as sole procedire) 7 2443) 10 

Brtolectany and/or thrart5ectany **ien done in coruinction with other vascular 

EB49 procedires add ......................................................... 903) 

R866 Gastric devascularization - ^iren sole procedure 10 442.70 10 

In-situ saphenous vein arterial bypass 

R797 - popl iteal 10 10353) 17 

R804 - tibial 10 12013) 17 



R825 
RB2e 



VEI^B 

Excision 

Resection of AV anetrysn or fistula with or without neuor graft 

- najor aneirysn ......................... ...................»)y region* 10 

- minor anetrysn .......^............^............^.....•......•^tc. 10 



786J0 
4003) 



IX.* 
IX.* 



no 



689 



1980 



Code 



Z745 
Z746 
Z747 
Z748 
R839 
R834 



R837 
R844 



R842 
E653 



R820 
R818 
R819 
R835 
R836 
R828 
E657 
R829 
R865 



R823 
R821 
R824 

R827 
R841 
R833 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SLRGICAL PROCEDURES 
OPERATIONS ON T>C CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM - Cont'd. 

VEINS - Cont'd. 



O. Reg. 215/86 



Asst Surg Araes 



Ligation 

Saphenous (I.O.P.) 42.90 

Faroral (I.O.P.) 3 59.90 

Popliteal (I.O.P.) 3 59.90 

Internal jugular (I.O.P.) 5 119.70 

Internal iliac 6 318.20 

I.VX. - transabdcninal 6 360.00 

- transvenous 6 244.20 

High ligation and stripping of long saphenous vein with groin dissection .. 4 119.70 

Stripping of short saphenous vein with popliteal dissection 4 86.60 

Multiple ligation and avulsion 4 119.70 

Recurrent varicose veins - multiple ligation and/or stripping 5 285.10 

Extra fascial and sub-fascial inconpetent perforators by full fascial 

technique 5 310.35 

- plus stripping, add .................................................. 103.20 

Repair 

Lacerated major vein e.g, fanerai , popliteal , vena cava, axillary, sits- 

clavian, brachial 4 256.00 

- incluJing patch 10 400.90 

- by vein graft 10 533.30 

S.V.C. bypass graft ^ 612.00 

Pulmonary artolectany 18 698.70 

11 io- femoral thrcnt>ectcniy with or without fanoral vein ligation 10 360.00 

- plus I.VX. ligation, add 360JX) 

Throit)ectamy , other than above - see Prearble para BJ2 I.C. I.C. 

Distal spleno-nenal shint 10 1016.10 

Anastanosis 

Porto-caval 10 740.40 

Spleno-renal-abdoninal approach 10 901.90 

-transthoracic approach 10 901.90 

ffeso-caval 10 698.70 

Creation of A.V. fistula 4 293.40 

Obliteration of A.V. fistula 67.20 

Ligation or rarxjval of by-pass graft 67.20 



4 

10 

10 

17 

20 

10 

I.C. 
10 



ill 



4 



690 



O. Reg. 215/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



1981 



Code 



SUCIOIL PROCHXJRES 
OPERATIONS ON T>C HflEMC /W LYMWTIC SïSTDB 

SPLEEN AN) mmi 



Asst S>rg Anaes 



Incision (Ii)J>.) 

Z404 Splenic pmctire and aspiration 

Z403 Bone aarnx aspiration 

Note: (1) Z40B may not be alloMed with Z403 (not tne sane as Z403). 
(2) Bone marrow interpretation (see Laboratory medicine). 
Z406 Bone narrow core biopsy (with biopsy needle) .............................. 

Bone marrow transplantation (aspiration fron donor and infusion into 
Z430 recipient) - team fee (IJ)J>.) ......................................... 7 

Note: Z430 - bone marrow transplantation is not a benefit of OHIP for treatnent 
of sane conditions. Please refe^ to OWP District ttdical 
Consultant for qualifying diagnoses. 

Excision 
R905 Splenectxiny - partial or conplete ......................................... 7 

LvmiCHNtCLS 

Excision 
R907 Cystic h^nina - i/ii lateral 4 

Anastonsis 
R846 Micro 1>npno-l>nv)ho or l^nphovenous 7 

LTWl NODES 

Incision (IJ)J>.) 

Z410 drainage of S(i>-fascia1 abscess 

Z413 Scalene node fine needle aspiration ....................................... 

Excision 

R910 NecK - limited e.g. sti> mandibular supra omohyoid 6 

R911 - radical 6 

- modified radical including finctional «ricn preservation of spinal 

R915 accessory nerve 6 

R912 Ileoinguinal , radical resection 6 

R913 Axillary or inguirul nodes - radical resection 4 

R914 - linited resection 4 

Z4Q6 Biopsy [IJXP,] - anterior cervical , axillary, Inguinal ................... 4 

Z406 - scalene, posterior cervical 4 

Z578 - nultiple para-aortic Ijnph nodes 6 

Z407 - perojtaneois retro peritoneal - one goxp ............... 4 

Z409 - tuo or more groups ...... 4 

^16 ae-exploration of /ascular graft and closire of lyiçn fistula in groin .... 4 



66.60 
27.60 



51.60 4 
463.2D 8 



401.70 



332.40 



562.40 7 



60.65 


4 


23.20 




220.55 


6 


SZ7JS 


3 


567 JO 


8 


397 JO 


8 


299 JO 


6 


165.40 


4 


51J0 


4 


102.40 


4 


61 JO 





70 JO 


4 


106 JO 


4 


165.40 


5 



Hi 



691 



1982 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 215/86 



SURGICW. PROCEDURES 



OPERATIOte ON ÏÏC DIGESnVE SYSTEM 



Om. CAVITY AND PHARYNX - 



to inclixle nasopharynx, oropharynx, hypopharynx 
except where otherwise specified. 



Code Asst Surg Anaes 

Incision 

Z506 Drainage of oral abscess or hanatana (I. OJ'.) 41.70 4 

Z510 Drainage of pharyngeal abscess or hgnatoma (I. O.P.) 74.80 5 

Z524 Drainage of henatcma or deep neck abscess (external approach) (I. O.P.) 3 126.00 4 

Z501 Biopsy (I.O.P.) 29.10 

Z537 - involving general anaesthetic 63.00 4 

Tongue tie, release of (I.O.P.) 

nil - simple 12.60 

Z112 - coiplex or requiring general anaesthetic 41.70 4 

5031 Palatal fenestration 162.30 4 

Excision 

Z502 Excision of lesion (I.O.P.) - less than 2 cms 3 58.30 4 

5003 - 2 to 4 cms 4 174.50 6 

S0O6 -over 4 cms 4 280.80 6 

5004 Excision of ranula 3 136.30 4 

CCmposite resection of lesion of oral cavity and/or oropharynx vrith 

5005 partial resection of mandible 10 567.10 12 

Extended composite resection of lesion of oral cavity and oropharynx 

S0G7 with partial resection of mandible and resection of maxilla 10 669.50 12 

Cryotherapy for treatment of pre-mal ignant or malignant lesions of 

S050 oral cavity or sinuses - 122.10 4 

5018 Glossectany - partial 6 162.30 8 

5019 - conplete 6 231.20 8 

Z109 Wedge excision of lesion (I.O.P.) 50.40 4 

5020 Glossoplasty 4 162.30 4 

S023 Extraction of tooth (complete care) - single 20.30 4 

E700 - each additional tooth 10.60 

SOeS Dentigerous cyst 4 81.10 4 

Basic units for anaesthesia with any unlisted dental surgical procedure 
S900 perfonned by a dental or oral surgeon (see 37(1) on page xi, also OHIP 

Bulletin #4069) I.C. 

5021 Repair of extensive laceration 4 I.C. I.C. 

- for minor lacerations, see Skin 

Z509 Uvulectomy - partial or complete 20.30 4 

5034 Cleft palate repair 6 303.30 8 

5035 Removal of sutures under general anaesthesia 32.50 4 

5032 Bone graft to palate 6 275.70 8 

S030 Closure of fistula - anterior alveolar 4 162.30 4 

5033 - palate 6 231.20 6 

5036 - uvulopalatopharyngoplasty 196.90 

S069 Pharyngoplasty 8 296.20 8 

Excision of parapharyngeal space lesions (with mobilization of parotid 

S002 gland) 4 ' 502.90 8 

5067 Partial pharyngectomy - trans-hyoid or lateral 8 649.85 11 

5068 Pharyngo-laryngectcmy 8 730.20 14 

E882 - with hanithyroidectomy, add 145.70 

E883 - with sti)total thyroidectomy, add 219.00 

£884 - with total thyroidectcmy, add 307.20 

5058 Branchial - cleft lesion 4 252.10 4 

5059 Branchial - cleft lesion - repeat procedure 4 357.50 4 

5061 Thyroglossal duct rainant 4 252.10 4 

5062 - repeat procedure 4 336.70 4 



lli> 



692 



O. Reg. 215/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



1983 



Code 



SIRGICM. PROCHXJRES 
OPERATIONS ON Vt. DIGESTIVE SYSTW - Cont'd. 
OrWL CAVITY nC PWRYNX - Cont'd. 



Asst Surg Anaes 



S063 Tonsil lectcny 121.70 

Tonsillectomy and Adenoidectcmy - sane as Tonsil lectony 

5065 Adenoidectany 68.90 

Secondary suture or cauterization 24 hours following T S A or by a 

surgeon other than the operation surgeon anytime post-operatively - 
»lien haemorrhage occurs after initial procedure and is treated 

5066 sirgically 48.80 

S024 Excision of torus palatinus 4 162J0 

SW.IVARY GUWS /W DUCTS 

Incision 

Z500 Sialolithotory (IJ)J>.) 25.20 

Z521 - involving general anaesthesia 3 85J0 

Excision 

5042 SOrandibular gland or sU)1ingual gland 4 236J0 

5043 Parotid gland - total (wth preservation of facial nerve) 6 567 JO 

5044 - total (without preservation of facial nerve) 6 4863) 

5045 - sii)total (»rith preservation of facial nerve) 6 527.75 

S047 - repeat siiatotal (with preservation of facial nerve) 6 567.10 

5046 - siiJtotal (without preservation of facial nerve) 6 324.50 

Z522 Excision snail tunoir (IJ)J>.) 3 41.70 

Reconstruction 

S049 Plastic repair of duct 4 166.20 

Z511 Dilation and/or probing of duct iljas.) 25.20 

S057 Submandibular duct relocation 6 296.20 

LIPS 
Incision 
Z503 Biopsy (IJDJ'.) 29.10 

Excision 

soil *dge resection of lip - vennillion 3 

SOlO Hedge resection of lip with plastic repair 3 

Z504 Excision of lesion (IJ)J>.) 3 

5012 Lip shave - veniri 11 ionectany 3 

Reconstruction 

5013 Cleft lip - irilateral 6 

5014 Reconstnxtion with lip switch flap 6 

5015 Canplex reconstruction or revision of previous repair and excision ........ 

0ES0PWÛUS 

For procedires on the Oesophagus, the following basic mits for assistants 
and anaesthetists will apply except if a basic fee is listed: 

5073 Cervical approach , 6 

5074 Thoracic approach 10 

5075 *dominal approach ........................................................ 7 

Endoscopies (Ii)J>.) 

2515 Oesophagoscopy, with or without biopsy 

E702 - with multiple (3 or more) biopsies of a specific lesion add 

Z516 - with removal of foreign body ............................ 

Z517 Oesophagoscopy with iryection of varices - initial ........................ 

Z518 - sUJsequent 

Z519 Oesophagoscopy with dilation with or without biopsy 

Z520 Oesophagobronchoscopy with or without biopsy 

S»i)sequent procedure (within three months following previous endoscopic 
Z567 procedire) 68.X 

Oesophagoscopy-gastroscopy with or without duodenoscopy 
Z399 - elective 84.70 



81.10 


4 


196.90 


4 


50.40 


4 


166.20 


4 


299 JO 


8 


366 JO 


8 


I.C. 


I 





7 




13 




8 


56 JO 


4 


12.40 




92.55 


4 


106 JO 


4 


78 JO 


4 


108.70 


4 


104.40 


6 



lit 



I 

J 



693 



1984 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 215/86 



Code 



Z400 
E701 
E698 

Z568 
E702 
E703 
E799 
Note: 



S083 



S087 
S088 
E699 

S089 
S090 

E730 
S093 



S161 
E758 
E699 
SlOO 
E758 

S091 
S092 

E744 



E742 

S096 
S096 
S097 
S098 
S099 



S102 



Z529 



SURGICAL PROCEDURES 
OPERATIONS ON 7)€ DIGESTIVE SYSTEM - Cont'd. 

OESOPHAGUS - Cont'd. 

- for active bleeding 

- with laser coagulation, or diathemiy, add ............................ 

- with pneimatic dilation, add ......................................... 

StiJsequent pfxcedure by same physician (within three months following 
previous endoscopic procedure) 

- with multiple (3 or more) biopsies of specific lesion, add ........... 

- with snare polypectoriy, add , 

- each additional polyp, add - (to a maximun of 2 additional polyps) ... 
E799, E702, E703, E701, E698 apply only to Z399, Z400 or Z568. 

Incision 
Oesophagostony 

Cervical - other than neonatal ......................................... 

- neonatal 

Intrathoracic oesophagus tii» 

- via laparotony 

- via oesophagoscope (includes Z515) 

Transoesophageal division of oesophageal varices 

Oesophageal -gastric devascularization (including splenectomy and 

oesophageal division/anastanosis) 

Excision 

Intrathoracic diverticulim ................................................ 

Crico pharyngeal myotony 

- with diverticulim excision, add 

Partial oesophageal resection and reconstruction( includin^intestinal 

transposition) '. 

Total thoracic oesophageal resection 

- with reconstruction, add 

Enucleation of benign oesphageal tumur 

Repair 

Oesophageal myotomy, partial (below aortic arch) 

- with oesophageal hiatus hernia repair, add 

- with diverticulim excision, add 

Total thoracic oesophageal myotomy when sole procedure performed .......... 

- with oesophageal hiatus hernia repair, add 

Oesophageal hiatus hernia - abdominal or transthoracic approach 

with findal plication 

Recurrent oesophageal hiatus hernia 

- with gastroplasty, add to either S091 or S092 

When S091 or S092 with or without gastroplasty is done in cor\j unction with 

cholecystectcmy, and/ or vagotomy with or without drainage procedures, 
add E742 (to S091 or S092 with or without E744) for each additional 
procedure performed. For any other coitination of surgical procedures 
with oesophageal hiatus hernia repair (with the exception of S151 and 
SlOO), see surg preamble (para 3) 

Oesophageal stricture (Thai) - may include oesophageal hiatus hernia 

repair with or without gastroplasty 

Ruptured oesophagus, suture and drainage 

Oesophago-gastrostcmy for by-pass (when sole procedure performed) 

Oesophageal bypass, abdonen to neck - with stonach 

- with colon or J^'unim 

Suture 

Closure of oesophago-tracheal fistula (includes oesophageal reconstruction 
and lengthening if necessary) 

Dilation of Oesophagus (IJJJ'.) - when sole procedure performed 

Passive (bougie) - initial session ........................................ 



Asst Surg Araes 



102.40 
26.80 
80.70 

68.30 

12.40 
41.35 
20.70 



173.30 
248.10 



334.80 
248.10 
455.30 

732.60 



413.50 

318.20 

30.30 

882.20 
732.60 
441.10 
476.55 



476.55 

177.20 

30.30 

602.60 

177.20 

449.00 
578.95 
94.50 



177.20 

551.40 
413.50 
496.25 
744.40 
1031.90 



535.60 



33.10 



694 



O Reg. 215/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 1985 

SUSICAL PROŒIXAES 

OPERATIONS ON TTC OISESnVE SYSIW - Coït' d. 
Code Asst Sirq Anaes 

QESORVejS - Cont'd. 

- repeat session (within three months following 

Z5X previous dilation) 

Z525 Pneunatic 

Z523 With rigid dilators guided over a string or wire .......................... 

Z531 (Repeat dilations diring the sane adnission 

STO*CH 

Endoscopies (IJ)J>.)' 

Z527 Gastroscopy (with or without biopsy or photography) 

Z547 Gastroscopy with renwal of fbreigi body 

Z528 Sissequent (within three months following previous gastroscopy) 

Indsion 

5116 Gastrotcmy - with raroval of tumr or foreign body 6 

E731 - with suture of bleeding peptic ulcer, add 

5117 Pylorai^tany (Ramstedt's) 5 

5118 GastrostoiQr 6 

B697 - with repair of ffellory *is laceration, add 

E707 - »/ien done with another intra-atsdoninal procedure 

Excision 

7526 Biopsy - (Incisional) by gastrotaiy {IJÛJ>.) 

Z533 - by intubation {IJ}J>.) 

Gastrectoiy 

5122 Vtejge resection for ulcer 7 

E708 - with vagotany, add 

E713 - after previous partial gastrectoiy, add 

5123 Pvtial or S(i>toCa1 - distal 7 

S125 - proximal 7 

E731 - with sutire of bleeding peptic ulcer, add 

E70B - with vagotany, add 

E709 - with cholecystectomy, add 

E711 - after previous gastro-enterostony , add 

E706 - with choledochoCony, add 

E712 - after previous vagotany and pyloroplasty, add 

E713 - after previous partial gastrectany, add 

5128 Total gastrectoiy, with or without splenectony 7 

E709 - with cholecystectaiy, add 

E706 - with choledochotcny, add 

£713 - after previous partial gastrectomy, add 

5129 Conversion of previous gastrectany to ftouc-en-y 7 

5131 Vagotany - tnivral or selective 7 

- highly selective (as sole procedtre without pyloroplasty or 

5124 gastroenterostony) 7 

S121 Transatxkninal vagotany after previous vagotaiy 7 

S120 (kstric bypass or partition, for mort>id obesity 7 

Repair 

5132 Pyloroplasty 7 

5133 Pyloroplasty and vagotoiy 7 

E731 - with sutire of bleeding peptic ulcer, add 

S137 Pyloroplasty or gastroenterostany plus vagotany and cholecystectomy 7 

E731 - with sutire of bleeding peptic ulcer 

E721 - with choledochotony, add 

5134 Gastroduodenostany or gastroj^i/nstaiy 7 

E716 - either of above plus vagotany, add 

E711 - after previous gastroenterostaiy, add ................................ 

E721 - with choledochotony, add 



22.40 




90.60 




43J0 




21.70 




74.80 


4 


81 JO 


4 


55J0 


4 


3303) 


7 


66.96 


2 


256 J» 


10 


281.20 


7 


115.80 




57 JO 




60.25 




30 JO 




330.80 


7 


99.25 




111.85 




516.70 


8 


562.40 


8 


66.95 


2 


99.25 




99.25 




86.60 




99.25 




86.60 




111.85 




773.50 


9 


99.25 




99.25 




lllw85 




571.10 


9 


305.60 


7 


413.50 


7 


338.70 


8 


504 JO 


10 


3303) 


7 


430 JO 


7 


66.95 


2 


598.65 


8 


66.95 


2 


99.25 


1 


3303) 


7 


1303) 




863) 




99 J5 


1 



Hi 



695 



1986 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIOtC ON M DIGESTIVE SYSTEM - Cont'd. 

STOMflCH - Cont'd. 



O. Reg. 215/86 



Code 



Asst Surg Anaes 



Suture 

5138 closure of gastrostcmy or other external fistula of stomach 5 281.20 6 

5139 Gastrorrhaphy (for perforated ulcer or wound) 6 292.20 7 

5140 Closure of gastrocolic fistula 7 467.10 7 

Introduction 

Z534 Gastric Cooling (I.0,P.) - ice water lavage of stcmach 23.60 

Gastric Cooling (I.O.P.) - oesophagogastric balloon, with alcohol coolant 

Z532 continujusly recirculated 783] 4 

INTISnftS (EXCEPT RECTUM) 

Endoscopy (IJ)J>.) 

Duodenoscopy (not chargeable if Z399 and/ or Z400 performed on same 

Z560 patient within 3 months) 74.80 4 

Subsequent procedure (within three months following previous endoscopic 

Z749 procedure) 59.10 4 

Z561 - with cannulation of pancreatic and/or cannon bile duct 173.30 4 

E666 - with biliary tract manometry, add 42.90 

- with re-cannul ation of pancreatic and/or comon bile duct (within 

Z579 three months of previous cannulation) 145.70 4 

Endoscopy of ileostomy or colostomy, or reduction of obstrxted Koch 

Z5I2 ileostomy 29.90 4 

E747 - to caecun, add 28.35 

Z514 - with biopsy 36.20 4 

Z580 Endoscopy (using 60 an. flexible endoscope) 44.90 4 

E665 - when Z580 or Z512 is rendered in private office, add 14.20 

Z555 Endoscopy - of signoid to descending colon 44.90 4 

E740 - to splenic flexure, add 48.40 

E741 - to hepatic flexure, add 28.35 

E747 - to caecun, add 28.35 

- if biopsy and/or coagulation of angiodysplastic lesion(s) 

E717 (one or more), add to Z555 or Z580 22.05 

E749 - v^ien Z555 rendered in private office, add 14.20 

Note: for signoidoscopy with rigid scope, see Z535 etc. (Rectun) 

Z570 Fulguration of polyp through colonoscope 38.60 4 

E719 - each additional polyp, add - (maximun of 4 additional polyps) 19.70 

Z571 Excision of polyp through colonoscope 122.10 4 

E720 - each additional polyp, add - (maximun of 2 additional polyps) 63^X1 

Incision 
EnterotoTiy 

5149 Ileostomy 6 330.80 7 

5150 Snail intestine - including excision of polypi or biopsy 6 330.80 7 

5151 Insertion of feeding enterostomy 6' 289.90 7 

E737 - when done with another intra-abdoninal procedure, add 66.95 

5154 Large intestine - including excision of polypi 6 330.80 7 

5155 Colonoscopy with laparotomy 6 315.10 7 

5156 Exteriorization of intestine (Mickulicz) 6 330.80 6 

5157 Colostony 6 330.80 5 

5158 Caecostany 6 315.10 6 

S160 Entero-enterostomy 6 330.80 7 

Excision 

S162 Local excision of lesion of intestine 6 330.80 7 

Z750 Resection of exteriorized intestine (I.O.P.) 6 66.95 6 

Resection with anastonosis 
3th 11 intestine 

5164 duodenun 6 463.20 7 

5165 other 6 430.10 7 



Ml 



696 



O. Reg. 215/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



1987 



SIAGICPL PROŒDUCS 



Code 



S166 
S167 

E714 
S16B 
S169 

S171 

S172 
SI 70 
S173 
S174 
E738 

E718 
fbte: 
S188 
S189 



S175 
S176 
SI 77 

siao 

S178 
S179 



OPERATIONS « TJC OIGESHVE SYSIW - Conf d. 



IHTESniCS (EXCEPT RECTW) - Cont'd. 

Snll and large intestine 

tenainal ileun, caeam and ascending colon .......................... 

Large intestine - any portion .......................................... 

ftepair of entenxutaneous fistula in corijirction with bo>el -«section. 



Asst Strg <Viaes 



500.20 7 
500.20 7 



add 



Ileostony, sii}total colectany 7 

Total colectany with ileo-rectal anastonosis .............................. 9 

Left hemcolectany with anterior resection or proctosignoidectany (anastonosis 
below peritoneal reflection and mbilization of splenic flexure) ....... 7 

Total colectany with nucosal proctectany with ileal pouch, ileoanal 

arastonosis and loop ileostony ......................................... 9 

Ileostaiy plus total colectany plus abdani no-peri neal resection ........... 9 

2-S(rgeon team - abdaninal ............................................. 9 

- perineal .............................................. 

- with continent ileosta^. add to either S168, S169, S170, S173 or S174 
ao»el resection following previous resection with anastonosis, or fo11a*ing 

S217. S213. S214 or S215, add .......................................... 

E718 is not to be added to S218. S181. S182. S185. S191, S19e or S193 

Bnel resection without anastansis (colostony and ouojus fistula) ........ 6 

Intestinal bypass for aorbid obesity .....................m............... 7 

Intestinal (bstruction (nectamcal) - one stage (if staged procedire, refer 
to pre3i<>le on page 67 (para. 3)). 

- without resection 6 

- with entero-enterostcmr 6 

- with resection 6 

- with enterotony ......m........................................ ...... ^ 

Intestinal atresia [neitjom) 6 

>tecaniui ileus ..............m.........................~..............~. ^ 



66.95 

661.70 7 
777.45 9 



677.40 



3 



1406jn 10 
933.40 10 
786J0 10 
231.60 
315J0 

1153) 

442J0 6 
488.40 10 



367.85 
467 JO 
537.20 
421.40 
565 JO 
565 JO 



S181 
S182 
S19e 
S191 
S193 
S183 



S18» 
E721 



5186 
S187 



2538 
Z539 



Z540 

E732 



Repair 

Revision of ileostoay or colostaqr - skin level 5 

- full thiciaiess ....................... 6 

Siople revision of continent ileostaay pouch .m...........~~............ ^ 

Caaplete reconstruction of continent ileostoiy to include valve repair .... 6 

Revision of standard ileostoiy into continent ileostony pouch ............. 6 

Caecap»y or signoidopacy Wen sole procedire perfonned 5 

Sutire 

Suture of intestine 6 

with cnoledochotony, add ...........................................~.. 

Closire of colostony or enterostony 

- with or without resection and/or anastonosis ......................... 6 

Plication of 3ib11 intestine for actesions ................................ 6 

Mote: For division or rénovai of adhesions only, use S312. 



ftaipulation (Ii)J>.) 

Reduction of prolapse 

Dilation of gastrostony, enterostoiy, colostony, etc. .... 
Intii>at{on of small intestine (therapeutic or diagnostic) 

- with or without fluoroscopy ......................... 

- with biopsy, add .................................... 



107 JO 
2S&J.0 
315.10 
773J0 
645 JO 
256 JO 



256 JO 
99 J5 



330 JO 
430J0 



20J0 
20J0 



52J0 
24 JO 



S19» 



tCaa.'S DIVERTIOLIU 

Excision 

r%dcel ' s diverticul m 



289 JO 



ao 



697 



1988 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 215/86 



SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON M DIGESTIVE SYSTEM - Cont'd. 
Code Asst Surg Ana es 
^ECK£L'S DIVERTICULUM - Cont'd. 

S159 - v/ith 3nall bowel resection 6 330.80 7 

^ESEN^ERY 

Excision 

S195 Local excision of lesion 5 248.10 6 

S199 Resection of mesentery 5 264.70 6 

APPENDIX 
Incision 

5204 Drainage of abscess 5 194.60 6 

Excision 

5205 Appendectony 5 206.40 6 

5206 - wth gross perforation and peritonitis 5 289.90 6 

RECTUM 

Endoscopy 

Sigroidoscopy (with rigid scope) with or without anoscopy (I. O.P.) - 

Z535 not to be billed with Z555 or Z580 29.70 4 

Z536 - with biopsy 36.20 4 

Z592 - with decorpression of volvulus 40.60 4 

E746 - when Z535, Z536 or Z592 rendered in private office, add 4.70 

Excision 

Proctectomy 

Anterior resection or proctosigmoidectany (anastomosis below peritoneal 

5213 reflection) 8 532.50 8 

5214 Wxtaninoperineal resection or pull through 8 760.90 10 

Two surgeon team 

5215 abdominal surgeon 8 632.50 10 

5216 perineal surgeon 231.60 

5217 Hartmann procedure 8 529.30 9 

5218 Colon reconstruction following Hannann procedure 8 620.70 8 

Z752 Biopsy of rectosigroid or above for Hi rschspring' s disease (I. Û.P.) 3 66.95 4 

E710 - each additional biopsy 37.40 

5222 Presacral or trans-sacral proctotony and excision of lesion 4 285.10 6 

Electrocoagulation and/or excision of rectal carcinoma (I.O.P.) 

Z572 - initial 3 • 115.80 4 

Z573 - repeat 3 66.95 4 

Polyps or tunours of rectun or signoid (max. - 2 polyps any size or 
technique) (I.OJ^.) 

Z753 - electrocoagulation - base under 2 an 19.70 4 

Z754 - excision - base under 2 cm 3 56.95 4 

Z755 - electrocoagulation or excision - base over 2 cm 3 115.80 4 

Note: For fulguration or excision of tuiwurs through the colonoscope use 
codes Z570, Z571. 

Repair 

5223 Anastcmosis of rectun 4 397.00 6 

Rectal prolapse 

5225 Excision of mucous maitrane 3 194.60 4 

5226 Perineal repair, major 4 289.90 4 

5227 Abdominal approach 6 450.50 8 

5228 Insertion of Thiersh wire 3 155.20 4 

Suture 

5229 Suture of rector, trauna-extemal approach 4 194.60 4 



I 



lil 



698 



0. Reg. 215/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



1989 



SIRGIOM. PROCEDLRES 

OPERATIONS ON T>€ DIGESTIVE SYSTEM - Cont'd, 
cole Asst S>rg ;'fBes 

RECnH - Cont'd. 

Gosure of fistula 

S231 Recto vaginal (any repair) 4 278.C6 6 

S525 Recto vesical 5 367J0 6 

rteiipulation (Ii)J>.) 

Dilation, and/or disinpaction or ranoval of foreign body under general 

Z541 anaesthetic (when sole procedure perfonned) 47 JO 4 

Z756 Fecal dismpaction - no anaesthetic 3OJ30 

OPERATIONS ON T>C /«US 

Preanble: 

(l)The fees for excision, ligation, iryection of haanorrtioids and treatment 

of intra or perianal condylona accuirinata include anoscopy. 
Endoscopy 
Z543 flroscoqy (proctosco(y)(I.OJ'.) 5.10 

Incision 

Z544 Biopsy (IJ}J>.) 28.20 4 

Z545 Thraitxjsed haanorTtioid(s){I.O.P.) 20.50 4 

5241 Sphincterotaiiy(ies) 3 72.10 4 

5242 - with excision of fissures) 3 132J0 4 

Excision 

5246 Excision of fissure(s) 3 99.25 4 

Haemorrtwidectoiiy, with or vrithout sigmidoscopy or repair of fissure{s) 

5247 and/or sphincterotony and/or anal dilation 3 181.20 4 

Complete haenorrhoidectony using cryotherapy and/or Barron ligation! s) 

Z565 including rectal dilation {l.OJ>.) 77.20 4 

Z546 Barron ligation(s) {ÏJÛJ'.} (not to exceed 6 in any one year) 22.40 

Barron ligation(s) plus cootherapy (I. O.P.) (not to exceed 6 in any one 

Z566 year) 28.20 

S249 Local excision for malignancy 3 124.10 4 

Z757 Excision of benign anal lesion(s) (I.O.P.) 3 33.10 4 

S251 Fistula-in-ano 3 173J0 4 

Introduction 

Z575 Haenorrhoid injections {ISlJP.) (ftexirun 6 in any one year) 22.40 

Z576 Injections for anal fissure d.OJ'.) 28.90 4 

Repair 

S253 Low imperforate anus repair 7 334.80 7 

S260 High imperforate anus repair (supra-levator) 7 732.60 7 

5256 Excision of scar, for stenosis 3 115.80 4 

5257 Aroplasty, for stenosis 4 223.70 4 

5258 Repair of anal sphincter 4 223.70 4 

5259 Repair of anal sphincter and anorectal nng 4 289J0 4 

Destruction (I J) J».) 

Z548 Cauterization of fissure 28.20 4 

Z549 Fulguration of condylcmata - local anaesthetic 25.20 

Z758 - general anaesthetic 3 68.30 4 

^ipulation 
Z550 Dilation of anal sphincter (I J)J'.) 9.80 4 

5248 Beter Lord procedure 35.40 4 

LIVER 

Incision 

Z554 Biopsy, incisional (I.0J>.) 66.95 

Z551 Biopsy, needle (LOJ».) 57.90 4 



lU 



699 



1990 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SURGICflL PRÛŒDLRES 



O. Reg. 215/86 



Code 



OPERATIONS ON TTC DIGESTIVE SYSTEM - Cont'd. 



LIVER - Cont'd. 



Asst Surg Anaes 



5268 Insertion of implantable punp for continuous liver perfusion 7 492 JO 

Excision 
Hepatectony 

5269 Local excision of lesion 7 285.10 

5275 Partial lobectomy 8 475.80 

5270 Left lateral segiKntal excision (through falcifomi liganent) 12 740.40 

S267 Complete left or right lobertony 12 1033.50 

5271 Extended right lobectomy, through falciform ligament 12 1033.50 

5272 Laparotomy, cholangiogram and biopsy (neonatal jamdice) 6 315.10 

S274 Liver transplant - donor 6 603.40 

5294 - recipient 20 1720.30 

5295 Repeat Liver transplant I.C. 2363.10 

Note: For claims purposes, liver lobectany includes cholecystectomy. 

Repair 

5273 ^tersupili2ation and/or decaipression of cyst(s) or abscess(es) 7 285.10 

E715 - more than three cysts or abscesses, add 60.25 

BILI/\RY TRACT - no extra fee for cholangiogram during abdominal surgery 

Endoscopy (IJ)J>.) - to include examination of stanach and duodenun 
i.e. not to be claimed with Z561 

htenipulation and/or removal of comon bile duct stones v^'th or without 
Z558 sphincterotany 244.20 

Subsequent procedure (within three months following previous endoscopic 
Z559 procedure) 111.85 

Insertion of endobiliary prosthesis 

Z556 - first one 66.95 

Z557 - each additional (max. of 3) 35.40 

Z593 Nasobiliary catheter insertion 44.70 

Incision 

Percutaneous transhepatic catheter drainage of obstructed bile ducts 
including daily supervision and including percutaneous cholangiogram 

5233 and catheterization to duodenun if achieved 215.00 

5234 - replacement of catheter in above 42.50 

Biliary duct calculus manipulation and/or ranoval via T-tibe tract (I.0J>.) 

Z562 - vthen sole procedure perfomBd 94.50 

Z542 Intimation of bile durt for obstruction (I. O.P.) 56.30 

S278 Gholecystostcmy 7 301.70 

5276 CholedochotOTiy (previous cholecystectony) 7 496.25 

E704 - with choledochoscopy, add to S276, 5280 or S281 23.20 

5280 Transduodenal sphincterotany and CholedochotOTiy (previous cholecystectaiy).. 7 686.90 
Choledochoduodenostomy or choledochoenterostony or choledochochole- 

5281 dochostony cannot be claimed with S276 7 586.80 

5282 Cholecystogastrostony 7 363.90 

5283 Cholecystoenterostony 7 363.90 

E743 - with entero-enterostomy, add (to S281, S283) 124.10 

Intrahepatic choledochoenterostomy (anastanosis above the coimon hepatic 
S285 duct bifurcation) 9 

Excision 

S287 Cholecystectony 7 

E721 - with choledochotony, add 

E722 - with transduodenal sphincterotorr/, add 

E728 - with truncal or selective vagotomy, add 

E729 - with highly selective vagotony, add 

5291 Choledochectcmy for tunour (for reconstruction, refer to S281) 8 

Repair 

5292 Ccmnon duct stricture, dissection and/or resection 7 

(for reconstruction, refer to S281) 



12 
12 
12 
6 
8 
30 
I.C. 



744.40 12 



370.20 
99.25 
132.30 
136.30 
231.60 
330.80 



165.40 10 



ll-b 



700 



O Reg. 215/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SIAGICM. PROCaXJ£S 
QPOMnONS GN 7>E DIGESHVE SYSTBI - Cart'd. 

BILMRY TWCr - Cont'd. 



1991 



Code 



Asst Sirg Anaes 



S293 



Z762 



Z577 
SZ97 



S298 
S300 
S301 
S309 



sao5 

S306 

S307 

S304 



2S90 
Z591 
E724 
Z763 



Z563 



Z564 



S312 
Note: 



E745 
S3a 
E733 
E73« 
E735 
E736 
E739 
E723 

S313 
S314 



Biliary duct atresia, infant 8 

ma&s 

Biopsy, needle (IJW.) 

Incision 

Biopsy, incisiorul (Ii}J>.) 

Drainage of acute pancreatitis or abscgss or marsipialization of cyst ..... 7 

Excision 
Pancreatectov 

Complete with splenectony 9 

'tftipple type* procedire 9 

Local canplete excision of tumr or lesion 8 

Distal -t)0dy, tail with or wittnut splenectaiy «nth or without anastomosis 9 

- with cholecystectov» â<^ ^ ^300 or S309 

Repair 

Pancreatic cyst-gastrostxjny 7 

- duodenostaqr 8 

- jejxMtJSttMf 8 

Lateral pancreatoduodenostcmy or anastoiosis of filleted pancreatic duct 

to intestine (Puestow) 9 

AGDOCN. POUmClM MO (KNIUI 

Pmeoble: 

(l)Mien the laparoscope is used as a oeans of entrance to perfora an intra 
atxiamnal procedtre, no extra fee for laparosavy wey be claind. 

(2)Mien an exploratory laparoCcay is p er fo rae d fblloMBd by a colostcay 
through another incision in the abdocn, the colostoay fee should be 
clained at lOOt and the laparotoiy at 8SS of the listed fee. 

Parac0itesis(I.ÛJ>.) 

Aspiration for diagnostic sa^>le 

Aspiration with therapeutic drainage with or without diagnostic sanple .... 

Ackrinistration of dontherapy or sclerosing agent, add 

Paracentesis with lavage for diagnosis {ljij>.) ........................... 



IX. 12 



66.95 



99.25 
330JB0 



1033 JO 
1116.95 
413.50 

aoijo 

99.25 



479.70 
479 JO 
479 JO 



Incision 

Needle biopsy of peritoneui (lAP.) ...................................... 

Open lavage of peritoneal carity for diagnosis without manual «ploraticn 

of peritoneal cavity (IJ)J*.) ...........m............. 

Laparotaay, with or without biopsy or fx Hirschspnrg's disease (except 
biopsies of stanch, liver, pancreas and nultiple para-aortic l>i^ 

nodes) 6 

S312 - use for division or removal of adhesions, if no other abdominal 
surgery peforaed. 
- nay not be claiiBd with other intra-abdoainal procedires (except for 
IJU>.) 
Insertion of titxs and post-operative continuxs peritoneal lavage - t^ien 

conbined with any other atxloairal procedire, add 

Laparotaiy for acute traun 6 

- with repair of intestine, single, add ................................ 

nultiple and/or with resection, add ........ 

- with splenectaqr, (partial or canplete) add 2 

- with repair of lacerated liver, add 2 

- with repair of diaphragm, add 2 

- with repair of lacerated spleen, add ................................. 2 

Peritoneal abscess 

Sijphrenic ............................................................. 7 

Abdoirinal .............................................................. 6 



248 JO 



661.70 10 



20.50 

37j60 4 
9X5 
31.50 4 



31.50 
60.25 



77.20 




322.95 


6 


115X0 


3 


171 JO 


3 


231X0 


3 


152X0 


3 


99.25 


2 


152X0 


3 


301.70 


7 


215X0 


6 



a^ 



à 



701 



1992 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 215/86 



Code 



Z569 
Z594 
Z595 

Z574 
S311 

S320 

S203 
S209 



S316 
S317 
S318 
E748 
S319 
Note: 



Z552 



Z553 



S325 

S322 
S326 
S323 
S328 

S329 
S330 
S332 
S333 
E756 
E757 
E764 
S334 

S335 
S336 

S337 
S338 
S339 
S340 
S344 
S345 
E725 

E726 
S342 

E727 



S343 



SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON T>C DIGESTIVE SYSTEM - Cont'd. 

ABOC^tN, PERITONEUM AND OTOdUM - Cont'd. 



Asst Surg Anaes 



Pelvic abscess, incision and drainage - rectal or vaginal approach 

(I.O.P.) 99.25 

Percutaneous abdoninal abscess drainage including daily supervision 189.00 

Replacanent of drainage catheter in abdoninal abscess 35.40 

Removal of infected sutures fran abdominal wall or re-exploration of wound 

for bleeding - general anaesthetic (I.O.P.) 4 77.20 

Uhtilical vein intra-abdominal dissection and catheterization (for nevJbom 

see page 51,52) 6 189.00 

Insertion of antabuse into abdominal wall 47,30 

Insertion of peri toneo- jugular shuit for ascites 

- primary 7 231.60 

- revision 7 165.40 

Excision 

Excision of full thickness abdominal wall tunour and primary closure I.C. 

Ltitoilectomy - plastic 4 90.60 

Panniculectony (includes any necessary diastasis repair) 6 354.50 

- with repair of uitoilical hernia, add 99.25 

l^senteric cyst 6 272.50 

S318 Panniculectcmy requires OHIP authorization (see Surgical Preantole, 

paragraph 17) 

Endoscopy 

Peritoneoscopy, culdoscopy or laparoscopy (I. O.P.) 

- without biopsy 4 101.20 

- with biopsy and/or lysis of adhesions and/or removal of foreign body 

and/or cautery of endometrial implants 4 117.00 

Repair 

Qnentopexy, sole operative procedure 6 248.10 

Hemiotonry 

Inguinal and/or femoral - infants 4 

- children 4 

- adolescents and adults 4 

Unilateral with exploration of other side, infants and children 4 

Strangulated or incarcerated 

- without resection of bowel 4 

- with resection of bowel 6 

Uhbilical - Molescent or adult 4 

- Child (operative) 4 

- with resection of strangulated contents, add 

- without resection of strangulated contents, add 

Wien done in conjinction with other abdominal surgery add 

Qiphalocoele and gastrochisis - one stage - repair 7 

Mil ti pie staged - repair 

(a) Gross method or Silon mesh 7 

(b) Second stage repair (completion of abdoninal wall closure) 7 

Diaphragnatic, other than oesophageal hernia 

One stage procedure - trans-abdominal 7 

- trans-thoracic 9 

Second stage and abdominal closure 4 

Ventral - post-operative 6 

^tessive incisional hernia 6 

lessive sliding inguinal hernia 6 

Recurrent - all types, excepting oesophageal add 2 

Repeat recurrent inguinal hernia (more than 2 repairs), add to S322, S323, 

S326, S329, S330 or S331) 2 

Epigastric 4 

h^rocoele - extra - applicable to adults only 

Suture 

Secondary closure for evisceration - sole operative procedure in 

abdomen 6 223.70 



231.60 


4 


206.40 


4 


231.60 


4 


267.80 


4 


297.75 


5 


537.20 


7 


231.60 


4 


181.20 


4 


90.60 


2 


45J0 


1 


78.80 




305.60 


7 


301.70 


7 


301.70 


7 


413.50 


9 


413.50 


13 


240.20 


9 


301.70 


6 


338.70 


6 


285.10 


6 


70.90 


2 


124.10 


2 


194.60 


4 


53.60 





ai' 



702 



O. Reg. 215/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



1993 



SJ£I(A PROCSXAES 



GPERATiae ON 7)€ UUSNTIM. SYST» 
GPERATIGNS ON T>£ [KlHfKI SYS7B1 



Cdde 



SOI 
S401 
S«E 

S4Q3 

S4M 

E763 
S«5 

zeoo 

5406 
SW7 
S4QB 
S409 



S410 
S411 
S423 

SU2 
S413 
S»15 
5416 
SttJ 



S418 



S4» 
S420 
S4Z1 



S422 

E754 

see 

S423 



S429 



S430 



Asst Surg Anaes 

KIDfCY M) PERIICPHUIM 

PrBari>1e: 

(l)No additional clain should be nde for nephroscofy itfcn done at the time 

of pyelolithotoiy or nephrol ittciCaay. 
(2) In a routine argical approach to tte kidney and related procedtres. no 

additional claia siDuld be nde for rib resection carried out for 

access pirposes. 
(3)ll)en the kidney has been operated on acre than one nnnth previously, the 

fee for the secondary sirgery ny be increased by S68^ (E7S2) . 
(4)W)en an adrenalectoy is p er fo ni e d in corvjunction with 4 nephrectoiy, 

and is incidental to the reaoval of the kidn^, there should be no 

additional claim for the adreralectoiy. 

Incision 

Renal biopsy, needle (IJ)J>.) 82.70 4 

Drainage of kictiey abscess 7 272.50 7 

Drainage of perinephric at>scess 7 177^ 7 

Exploration of renal and peri-renal tissues (with or without biopsy or 

uiroofing of cyst) ..................................................... 7 TSiJO 7 

Nephrotoq^ 

- with drainage - nephro st aiy -Wien sole operative procakre on kidrtey 7 293jn 7 

- Wen done in corumction with other non reral procedjre(s) 123JD 

- with ranoval of calculus ............................................. 7 386JD 7 

- change of nephrostaiy tube (I.OJ'.) .................................. 29J0 

Transection of aberrant renal vessels - sole operative procedire .......... 7 313.50 7 

Pyelotav - with drainage 7 313J0 7 

- with ranval of calculus 7 359.20 7 

- with diversion of irine 7 383^60 7 

Excision 

Calycectoiy with diversion of irine 7 420.60 7 

Partial or hori-nephrectoiy 7 44IJ0 7 

Partial or hem-nephrectay with total ureterectony 7 478J0 7 

NBphrectay 

- ectopic kidney 7 383.60 7 

- lixtiar 7 383.60 7 

- transperitoneal 7 429.30 7 

- thoraco-abdoKiral or radical nephrectony ............................. 9 563JX) 13 

- thoraco-abdonnal or radical nephrectoy with gland dissection ....... 9 577.40 13 

- thoraa>-atxlannal or radical nephrectay with incision and repair of 
inferior vena cava for ranoval of tunr throitxjs (See PreBt>1e, Para 

B32) ...... ........................ ........................ IX. IX. IX. 

Extrophy - plastic clostre of bladder with closire of abdorinal tell and 

urethral lengthening with clostre of pelvic floor «nth or without 

re-inp1antation of ureters ............................................. 7 771.90 10 

Nephro-vieterectaiy, total , with resection of uretero-vesical jiiiction .... 7 4863) 10 

Excision of stenosed renal artery with reinplantation or hoograft ........ 7 647.50 15 

Repair 

Pyeloplasty (with or without nephropexy) ~ 7 429J0 7 

- with ranval of calculus, add 47ja5 

Wephropeay - irfien sole operative prooedire 7 313.50 7 

Synphysiotony, for horseishoe kidney with or without nephropay and 

associated procedires ^ 7 3S9.20 7 

Subre 

RHJtired or lacerated kidney - repair or ranoval .......................... 7 359.20 7 

Ranwal of staghom calculus filling renal pelvis and calyces to include 

x-ray control 7 540.40 9 



'^1 



703 



1994 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 



code 



SURGICAL PROCEDURES 



CPERATICNS CN "OC UROGENITAL SYSTÎM 
OPERATIONS ON T>C URINARY SYSTEM - Cont'd. 



KIDNEY Arc PERI^EP^«IUM - Cont'd. 



Asst Surg Anaes 



Extra Renal Procedures 

5431 Excision of retroperitoneal tunour 7 

5432 Exploration of retroperitoneal tuuxir 7 

5433 Sâcro-cocc>^eal teratona 6 

Z630 Extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy (I. O.P.) 

Percutaneous - Procedures (liJJ'.) 

Z629 Percutaneous nephrostony 

Z623 Insertion of stent 

Ze24 Dilation of tract 

Z625 Selective catheterization of calyces 

Z626 Nephroscopry 

Z627 Removal of renal calculi 5 

E759 - if disintegrated by ultrasomd, add 

Renal Transplantation Procedures: ( submit on recipient's claim) These fees 
do not include immunosuppressive therapy v*iich is on a fee for service 
basis. 

5435 Kidney transplant (surgical teafii fee) 

5434 Kidney re-transplant (surgical team fee) 

Donor nephrectomy - surgical team fee, unilateral or bilateral (to include 

5436 renal perfusion vn'th hypothermia when rendered by surgeon) 7 

E753 - live donor, add 

For nephrological ccmponents, see Diagnostic and Therapeutic Procedures. 

5437 Renal autotransplantation 

E762 Reconstruction or repair of renal artery done in addition to renal 

transplantation procedures, add 

URETER 

Endoscopic Procedures 

Cystoscopy vrith manipulation and/ or rénovai of calculus and retrograde 

S470 pyelogram if required 

Z628 Cystoscopy and diagnostic ureteroscopy - above intraojral ureter 

E760 - with removal of 3lculus, add 

E761 - if disintegrated by ultrasomd, add 

Incision 

S442 Peri-ureteral abscess 6 

Ureterotony, abdoninal or vaginal exploratory or for drainage 

SW3 - upper 2/3 6 

SW4 - lower 1/3 6 

- with rénovai of calculus 

5445 -upper 2/3 6 

5446 - lower 1/3 6 

- v^iere ureter has been previously opened 

5447 -upper 2/3 6 

5448 - lower 1/3 6 

Excision 

5449 Ureterectomy - including uretero-vesical jirction 6 

5450 - other e.g. partial 6 

Repair 

S*51 Uretero-vesical anastanosis or re- implantât ion unilateral 6 

Re-implantation of ureter with extensive tapering vflth or without ureter- 

5561 olysis 6 

5562 Bifid ureter 6 

5452 Uretero-ileal conduit 6 

5453 Uretero-ileal conduit with total cystectony 9 

5454 Uretero-ileal conduit with ureterectony and ileal replacement 6 

Uretero- intestinal anastonosis or transplant 

5455 - unilateral 6 

5462 - bilateral 6 

5456 - bilateral with cystectony, one stage 9 

5457 Uretero-ureterostony 6 

5458 Ureterostony - cutaneous - inilateral 6 

5463 - with lower third ureterotomy 6 

5459 Uretero-vaginal fistula 6 

5460 Ureterolysis for peri-ureteral fibrosis - unilateral 6 

SA61 Ureteroplasty (Hutch) - inilateral 6 

S427 Bladder flap (Baori) - to include re- implantation of ureter 5 



313.50 


7 


214.25 


7 


359.20 


6 


256 J» 


6 


126.00 




63.00 




78.80 




43J0 




78.80 




137.80 


6 


78.80 





981.50 13 
1175.20 13 



412.75 
107.10 



734.10 
247.30 



198.10 4 
103.20 4 
137.80 
78.80 



177.20 



214.25 
313.50 



309.60 
396.20 



359.20 
429.30 



359.20 7 
272.50 7 



359.20 8 



540.40 


8 


396.20 


8 


647.50 


9 


1027.20 


15 


734.10 


9 


272.50 


6 


359.20 


6 


809.00 


13 


453.70 


8 


214.25 


6 


313.50 


6 


460.80 


6 


359.20 


6 


272.50 


6 


412.75 


6 



704 



0. Reg. 215/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 1995 

SJIGICAL PROCEDURES 

GPERATKKS ON 7>€ UROGENTTN. SYSIB1 
OPERATIONS ON 7>C JUtWW SYSTEM - Cont'd. 
Cdde Asst Surg Anaes 

IKETER - Cont'd. 

SuCire 

Spontaneous or traunatic riptire or transection 

S465 - imiediate - upper 2/3 6 313J0 6 

S«6 - lo»er 1/3 6 359.20 6 

S467 - late repair - upper 2/3 6 369.20 6 

S4fl8 - lower 1/3 6 396J0 7 

BLADDER 

Preart>1e: 

(l)No extra clai* should be made for EUA Mhen done at the tine of 

cystoscDfy. 
(2)Visit fees, as applicable, to be clained for changing si4rapii>ic t\te. 
(3)No extra claim should be nade for si4rap(i>ic c^stoCoay Wien per f onie d in 

the roitine coirse of gynaecological strgery. 

Endoscopy - Cystoscopy 

Oia^nstic Procedires (I.OJ>.) 

2SQ6 Diagnostic «nth or trithout urethroscofy 583) 4 

ZS07 Repeat within 30 days 29J0 4 

With catheterization of ireters with or without hjdrodistension of the 
bladder, brush biopsy of bladder, collection of ireteral specimens, 
intravenois function test and rétrograde ir\jection of opaque media and 
2S0B calibration and/or dilatation of the treter - one or both sides ........ 70.90 4 

With transtrethral biopsy, brush biopsy of renal pelvis and/or i#^eter 

Z610 anchor insertion of ireteral stent 

2B12 With nanoKtry (to include ix^ethral pressu^ profile if required) ......... 

Z613 With neatotaiy or internal urethrotany (female) ........................... 

2614 With meatotaiy and retrograde piyelogram 

Z615 With needle biopsy of prostate 

Iherafxajtic Procediv^es 

5492 With electrocoagulation - tuaoir(s) 

5493 - HMver ulcer 

With excision of tumr or tumrs including base and adjacent nuscles 

and electrocoagulation if necessary 

5494 Single tunoir 1 to 2 on. diameter 

S496 Single tunur over 2 a», diaieter 

5496 Hjltiple tuiors 

5497 With resection Dladder neck, faiale 

5498 With resection bladder neck, male 

5499 With electro sirgical ureteral meatotcny 

5500 With remcwal foreign body or calculus 

5501 With ranval of ireteric catheter 

With insertion of radioactive sUsstance, in addition to associated 

E751 procedires «JO 

With secondary sirgical evacuation of bladder clots and control of 

5502 haanorrhage 70JO 

Nate: Z6D8 to S5G2 - "Snttr means the listed benefit inclûtes the cystoscopy. 

Introduction (IJ)J>.) 

Catheterization; acute retention, change of retention catheter or 
instillation of medication 

2602 - office 7J0 

Z603 - home 13.20 

ZBll - hospital 7.10 

Indsion 

ZB05 Aspiration (IJ3J>.) 10.20 

S478 Cystotov or çystostomy 5 177.20 



79.20 


4 


67.70 


4 


65.20 


4 


79.20 


4 


85 JO 


4 


99.25 


4 


99.25 


4 


222 JO 


4 


369.20 


4 


3S9.20 


4 


140.20 


4 


272.50 


5 


140.20 


4 


140.20 


4 


613) 


4 



a^ 



705 



1996 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 



SURGICAL PROCaXJRES 



Code 



S479 
S480 
E750 
S481 
S476 
S477 



S482 
S483 
S490 
S484 
S485 
S453 

S471 
S487 

S488 
S489 
S491 



S512 
S513 
S518 
S519 
S520 



S521 



S522 
S523 
S524 
S525 
Note: 



operaucns on the urogenital system 

OPERATICNS ON ÏÏC URINARY SYS1ÏM - Cont'd, 



BLADDER - Cont'd. 



Asst Surg Anaes 



Cystotomy or cystostaiiy and electrocoagulation of tunour 5 

Cystotany vflth trochar and cannula and insertion of tiise 

- when done in conji/iction with another procedure, add 

Cystol ithotony - v<hen sole operative procedure 5 

Cutaneous vesicostany 5 

Reduction cystoplasty (bladder plication) 5 

Excision 
Cystectomy 

Partial for tunour or diverticulun (single or multiple) 6 

- with re- implantation of ureter 6 

- with re- implantation of ureters 6 

Complete cystectcmy, without transplant 6 

- with uretero-intestinal transplant 8 

- with uretero- ileal conduit 9 

Excision of urachal cyst or sinus with or without urbilical hernia 

repair 6 

Excision of urachus, repair of bladder and diversion of urine 6 

Extrophy-excision of bladder and repair of abdominal veil, inclusive of 

graft 6 

- above including bilateral ureterosignoidostony 6 

Plastic repair of extrophy using bladder and including skin flaps 6 

Repair 

Repair of ruptured bladder 5 

Cystoplasty, using intestine 8 

Plastic repair of bladder neck - child 5 

- adolescent or adult 5 

Itith diverticulectony 5 

Destruction 

Litholapaxy and ranoval of fragments 

Suture 

Closure of fistula 

External, suprapibic 4 

Vesico-vaginal - vaginal approach 4 

- transvesical approach (with or without anental flap) .. 5 

Vesico-rectal or vesi co-si groid 5 

Closure of fistula see also S734, S711 on page 146. 



272.50 
70.10 
21.50 
214.25 
359.20 
293.00 



313.50 
453.70 
602.60 
540.40 
809.00 
1027.20 

243.40 
243.40 

177.20 
540.40 
540.40 



272.50 
540.40 
272.50 
359.20 
453.70 



177.20 



214.25 4 

358.40 6 

383.60 6 

367.10 6 



Z617 
Z618 
5547 



Z616 
5530 
5532 
5538 
5531 
Z604 
5533 



URETl^A 

Preamble: 

(l)No claim should be made for pre-cystoscopy dilatation of the male 
urethra uiless urethral strirture is the primary diagnosis, ^to claim 
should be made for dilatation of the fanale urethra v/ien done at the 
same time as cystoscopy. 

Endoscopy 

Urethroscopy - diagnostic (I.O.P.) 

- with biopsy (I.O.P.) 

Removal of foreign body or calculus 

Incision 

Biopsy of urethra (without endoscopy) (I. O.P.) 

Urethrotomy - external 3 

- transurethral (visual) 3 

- repeat procedure within 6 months by same surgeon 3 

Urethrostany 3 

Nbatotomy and plastic repair (I.O.P.) 

For extravasation of urine with multiple drainage 3 



29.10 4 
64.20 4 
140.20 4 



19.30 
177.20 
272.50 
156.75 
177.20 

26.20 
177.20 



,i» 



706 



O. Reg. 215/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



1997 



SUCICAL PROCEDURES 



Code 



OPERAHCKS ON T»C UBD6ENITW. SYSTIM 
OPERATIONS ON T)C JlIfWRY SYSTEM - Cbot'd. 



LREIH» - Cont'd. 



Asst Surg Anaes 



5534 - above with exterral irethrotony or cystotaiy 3 272.50 4 

Z609 Peri-urethral abscess {IJ)J>.) 26.20 4 

Excision 

S36 Carmcle 3 70.10 4 

S537 Uretlral papilloiB, single or (iwltiple 70U0 4 

5541 Oiverticulectany - male or fanale 3 214.25 4 

5542 Postenor irettral valve 4 272.50 4 

5543 Prolapse irettira, excision 3 70.10 4 

SEM [ireOrectav - radical 4 177.20 4 

Repair 

5648 l*Tethral sling 4 313.50 6 

ftetropiijic urethropexy (e.g. ffershall fferchetti) for stress incontinence 

5549 - primary procedire 4 248.90 6 

S546 - repeat procedure for failed retropUDic or vaginal surgery for stress 

incontinence 4 291.40 6 

Note: See also S731-S733, page 146 for stress incontinence. 

Prosthetic procedire for urinary incontinence (e.g. Kaufftnan, ftosen 

5559 type etc.) 3 313.50 5 

5560 - Wiere perineua has been previously operated on for incontinence ...... 3 359.20 5 

5563 ftaiDval of perineal incontinence prosthesis 3 118J5 4 

Insertion of inflatable prosthesis at bladder neck with or without uro- 

5539 dynamc control 4 638jn 6 

5540 Revision or ranoval of inflatable prosthesis at bladder nedi 3 196.90 4 

urethroplasty 

SB46 1st stage - posterior 4 313.50 6 

5550 - antenor 4 235.50 4 

S558 2nd stage 4 1933) 4 

5535 One stage repair (to include sliin graft if necessary) 4 313.50 6 

Sutire 

5551 Rupture, anterior irethra (diversion of urine extra) 4 140.20 4 

5552 Bosterior irethra - iraiEdiate repair 4 359.20 4 

5553 - late repair 4 453.70 5 

Fistula 

5554 Penile urethra (diversion of urine extra) .............................. 75.40 4 

5565 Perineal irethra 4 267.80 4 

5566 Recto-trethral with diversion, colostony and closire of colostaiy 6 453.70 7 

Destruction 

S557 urethro-vesicolysis - »*ien sole operative procedire ....................... 3 177.20 4 

Transurethral incision or resection of external sphincter (v^ien sole 

5564 operative procedure) 2673) 4 

Ftoiipulation {IJ3J>.) 

Dilation of strictire, male 

2521 - local anaesthetic 9JB 

Z619 - general anaesthetic i 43J0 4 

2622 Dilation of urethra, female 4.50 

2620 - iiter general anaesthetic 34J0 4 



.^» 



707 



1998 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 215/861 



SLRGICPL PROCHXJRES 



OPERATIONS ON 1>€ MflLE GENITAL SYSTEM 



Code 



Asst Surg Anaes 



PENIS 



S567 
S568 
S569 



S570 
S573 
Z702 

S574 
S575 
S576 
Z701 
Z767 
S599 



S577 

5578 
S571 
S572 
5579 
S580 
5581 
S597 
E755 
5588 
5566 



Incision 

Slit of prepuce (complete care) 

- n»bom 

- Infant 

- adult or child 

Excision 

Circuncision - neWx)m (Cornplete care) 

- infant, adult or child 3 

Biopsy (1,0JP.} 

/Viputation 

Partial 4 

Partial with inguinal glands 1 or 2 stages 4 

Radical with inguinal and femoral glands 1 or 2 stages 6 

Condylorata (I.O.P.) - local anaesthetic 

- general anaesthetic 

Excision plaque for Peyronies disease 4 

- where grafting is necessary, add appropriate skin graft fee 

Repair 

Epispadias 3 

Hypospadias 

One stage repair - with meatus to but not into glans 4 

- with advancanent of meatus into glans 4 

- into glans using free Island flap pedicle (penoscrotal) 4 

Chordee repair 4 

Plastic reconstruction, urethra 4 

Closure urethro-cutaneous fistula 

Penile prosthesis for impotence 4 

- with inflatable prosthesis, add 

Surgical rénovai of prosthesis 4 

Revision including removal of prosthesis 4 



11.80 
17.70 
24.80 


4 
4 


28.35 
74.00 
19.30 


4 
4 


140.20 
359.20 
453.70 
27.00 
64.40 
173.30 


4 
5 

7 

4 
4 



272.50 



236.30 


4 


315.10 


4 


472.60 


6 


177.20 


4 


272.50 


4 


75.60 


4 


252.10 


4 


45J0 




90.60 


4 


196.90 


4 



TEsns 



Z703 
Z704 
Z705 
Z706 
5589 
5590 



5591 
5592 
5593 

5600 
5595 
5596 



Incision 

Abscess (I.O.P.) 

Biopsy (I.O.P.) - single 

- bilateral 

- with vasography (see also page 46) 

OrchidectOTiy - unilateral 3 

Radical removal lyiph nodes for testicular turour 6 

Radical orchidectcny for malignancy - unilateral 3 

Repair 

Orchidopexy for undescended testis, any type, one or twD stages to include 

hernia repair where required 4 

- second stage (Torek) repair 

Exploration for undescended testicle, without orchidopexy 4 

Redxtion of torsion of testis or appendix testis and orchidopexy (one or 

both sides), if required 3 

Ruptured testicle 3 

Insertion of testicular prosthesis 3 



45.30 


4 


45.30 


4 


68.50 


4 


99.25 


4 


140.20 


4 


685.30 


8 


193.80 


4 


272.50 


4 


45.30 


4 


214.25 


4 


193.80 


4 


140.20 


4 


140.20 


4 



EPIDIDYMIS 



Incision 
Z707 Abscess {I.O.P.) 

Excision 

5601 SperTOtocoele or spennatic granuloma 3 

5602 EpididyiHCtcmy - unilateral 3 

Repair 
5606 Anastatosis Epididynovasostany - unilateral 3 



45.30 4 



140.20 4 
140.20 4 



140.20 4 



li^ 



708 



). Reg. 215/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SIRGICM. PROCEDURES 

OPERAnONS ON M M«LE GENITOL SYSTB1 - Cont'd. 
C«te test_ 

TUNICA V/^NMJS 

Incision 
Z7tB Hydrocoele aspiration {1J}J>,) 

Excision 
S511 f^pocoele - uiilateral 4 

Note: S611 «rfien done tritti hernia repair use E727. 

sannm 

Incision 
Z709 Miscess or haematocoele (IJiJ'.) - local anaesthetic ...................... 

Z768 - general anaesthetic 

S516 - and exploration - uiilateral 3 

Exdsion 
S618 Resection of scrotun 3 

Sutire 
S519 Trauna - laceration - depending on extent and coiplications (See Preaitole 
para B.32 .............................................................. 

VASOEFEPENS 

Incision 
Z710 Vasography (I.OJ>.) 

Repair 

Vasostany and/or vasoepididjnnstony (to include nricroscopic control if 
S6Z3 required) 3 

5625 - including biopsy and vasography 3 

Suture 

5626 Ligation - iri or bilateral 3 

SPEFmncCDRD 

Excision ^-*si^ 

5630 h^drocoele - single 3 

5631 Varicocoele - single 3 

Note: S630 véien done urith hernia repair use E727. 

SBQNN. VESICLES 

Indsion 
Z711 /Ibscess {IJ)J>.) 

Excision 
SS36 Vesiculectcny 3 

PROSTATE 

Preaoble: 

(1)A T.UJI. followed within 10 days by a bilateral orchidectaiy because of 
cardnoiB of the prostate should be claimed in accordance with paragraph 
(3) of the Surgical Preantole. 
Indsion 

Z712 Biopsy, needle (I.OJ>.) 

Z713 - with drainage aÉJscess (IJiJP.) 3 

SS44 Biopsy, perineal , open operation 3 

Removal of calculus (with or without biopsy) 

5642 - perineal 4 

5643 - retropiiiic 4 



1999 



Sirg Anaes 



13.40 
140.20 4 



16J0 

45J0 4 
70.10 4 



177.20 



IX. IX. 



45 JO 



177.20 4 
214.25 4 



88.20 



140.20 4 
140.20 4 



99.25 4 
453.70 4 



64.20 
75.60 
177.20 

359.20 
359.20 



709 



2000 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 215/8f 

SURGICAL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON T>C MULE GENITAL SYSTEM - Cont'd. 
Code Asst Surg Anaes 

PROSTATE - Qxit'd. 

Excision 

Prostatectony (not to include investigative cystoscopy) but to include 
vasectany when indicated. 

5645 Perineal 6 

5646 Perineal vnth vesiculectany 8 

Suprapibic - (with or without ranoval of bladder stones) 

5647 - one stage , B 

5648 - two stages - 1st stage 5 

5649 - 2nd stage 5 

Retropubic - (with or without removal of bladder stones) 

5650 - simple 5 

5651 - radical 5 

Transpitic total prostatovesiculectony with pelvic lyiph node 

S641 dissection 8 

5652 Staging pelvic l>(iphadenectamy for prostatic cancer 7 

Endoscopy 

Transurethral resection of prostate (no additional fee for cystoscopy, 
meatotany, dilatation of stricture, internal urethrotomy or vasectomy 

5655 when done at the same time) 370.20 6 

Transurethral resection of prostate for residual or regrowth of tissue 

S654 within one year of previous prostatectony by sami surgeon 259.90 6 

5656 Transurethral drainage of abscess 70.10 5 



363.10 
553.00 


6 
11 


379.70 
177.20 
214.25 


6 
6 
6 


379.70 
538.00 


6 
6 


779.80 
272.50 


11 

7 



oi 



710 



Reg. 215/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 2001 

SIRGIDIL PROCEDURES 

OPERATIONS ON T\€ FEMHE GENITrt. SYSTtM 

Preantle: 

{l)In composite operations such as anterior and posterior repair arel QSC or 

anterior and posterior repair and cauterization of cervix and biopsy, 

the fee shall be that of the neuor procedire( s) . 
(2)No fee may be claimed for a O&C if (a) it is carried out prior to 

hysterectony or ectopic pregnancy, or (b) it is carried out routinely 

prior to tJal occlusion. 
(3)A 0«C may be claimed at 35% when pregnancy temination (S752.S756,S785) 

is carried out »rith tibal occlusion/interruption (S741), or (b) if 

carried out for abnormal uterine bleeding (S754) - if the DSC would have 

been indicated independent of the tubal occlusion procedure. 
(4)l*ien operative procedires are carried out for infertility, the fee shall 

be that of the najor procedire. \t\en additional procedurefs) are 

required e.g. uterine suspension, ocphorocystectony or tnyonectoiy, E858 

at $39.40 may be clained as well. 

Code test Sirg Anaes 

VU.VA Arc INTROITUS 

Incision 
S700 Hymenotaiy 42.10 4 

*scess of vulva, Bartholin or Skene's gland (I.OJ*.) - incision and 
drainage 

Z714 - local anaesthetic 14.20 

Z715 - general anaesthetic 3 42J0 4 

Z716 ^fersi4)iali2ation of Bartholin's cyst or abscess (I J)J>.) 3 59.10 4 

Z717 Rerineotomy (l.OJ>.) 14.20 

Excision 

Biopsy(s) - when sole procedire (IJDJ>.) 

Z477 - local anaesthetic 14.60 

Z475 - general anaesthetic 3 42.10 4 

S707 hVenectony (with or without perineotany) 59.10 4 

S706 Cyst of Bartholin's gl«id 3 96.50 4 

COndylanata - single or nultiple (LOJ».) 

Z733 Chemical and/or coosurgef7 - one or more 9,06 

Sirgical excision or electrodesiccation or COp laser 

Z736 - local anaesthetic î 22.40 

Z769 - general anaesthetic 94.50 4 

Vulvectoiry 

5703 Simple 4 211.10 4 

5704 Radical - without gland dissection 6 354.50 6 

- with bilateral inguinal node dissection with or without sJcin 
EaSO graft, add 149.70 1 

- with bilateral comnn iliac node dissection with skin graft, 
E851 add 211.10 2 

Repair 
S70e Non obstetrical ir\jury to vulva and/or vagina, and/or perineun IX. IX. 

5705 Ligation - of varicose vein of labia 59.10 4 

VAGirM 

Endoscopy 

Z478 Vaginoscopy (pranenarchal) with or without medication (IXJ*.) 42.10 4 

Culdoscopy - see page 109 

Incision 

5712 Culdotoiy, drainage or needle pincture 59.10 4 

5713 Culdotomy, incision and exploration 3 98.50 4 

Z728 Incision and drainage of cyst, abscess or haemataia 42.10 4 

Excision 

Biopsy(s) - when sole procedure (I.OJ>.) 

Z722 - local anaesthetic 14.60 

Z723 - general anaesthetic 42a0 4 

S715 Excision of cyst(s), or benign tunour(s) 3 101.60 4 

,1-] 



711 



2002 



Code 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SIRGICAL PROCEIXJRES 
OPERATIONS ON 7>C FEMRLE GENITAL SYSTEM - Cont'd. 
VAGINA - Cont'd. 



O. Reg. 215/86 



Asst Surg Anaes 



5742 Colpectony - e.g. for carcinoma 4 286,70 6 

S702 Excision of congenital vaginal septun 3 101.60 4 

Repair 

5716 Anterior or posterior repair (sole procedure) 4 137.80 5 

5717 Anterior and posterior repair (sole procedure) 4 216.60 5 

Anterior and posterior repair and repair of enterocoele and/or vault 

5718 prolapse 4 286.70 5 

5719 Posterior repair and repair of enterocoele and/or vault prolapse 4 252.85 5 

5723 Posterior repair and repair of anal sphincter 4 202.40 5 

Anterior repair (with or without posterior repair) and repair of uterine 

5720 prolapse (Fothergill or Watkin' s interposition) 4 286.70 5 

5721 Anterior, posterior repair with excision of cervical stunp 4 286.70 6 

Post hysterectany vault prolapse with or without enterocoele and with or 

without anterior and posterior repair - vaginal and/or abdominal 

5722 approach 4 286.70 6 

Perineorrhaphy (not to be charged with delivery or other vaginal surgery 

5724 procedures) 3 100.80 4 

5725 Colpocleisis (LeFort ornxxlification) 5 211.10 5 

5726 Construction of artificial vagina (see Pr^anfcle para 832) 4 IX. 6 

Closure of fistula 

S523 Vesico-vaginal - single surgeon 4 358,40 6 

S734 - two surgeons - vaginal sur-geon 4 244.20 6 

S711 - abdominal surgeon 244,20 

Note: S711 - See also 5524, page 139. 

5231 Rectovaginal (any repair) 4 278,05 6 

S729 UreterxHvaginal 6 460.80 5 

5709 Ur^thro-vaginal 4 306.00 4 

Retropiisic urethropexy (e.g, Nbr^hall ^te^chetti) 

5549 for str'ess incontinence - primary procedure , 4 248,90 6 

- repeat procedure for failed retroptbic or vaginal surgery for 

5546 stress incontinence 4 291.40 6 

Retropii)ic urethropexy - corrbined abdominal-vaginal procedure for 
stress incontinence (sling procedure) 

- following previous failed procedures 

5731 - one surgeon 7 354.50 7 

5732 - two surgeons - vaginal surgeon 7 211.10 7 

5733 - abdominal surgeon 286.70 

- following two or more failed procedures 

5748 - one surgeon 7 506.50 7 

5749 - two surgeons - vaginal surgeon , 7 286,70 7 

5751 - abdominal surgeon 354.50 

hbnipulatlon 

Examination and/or dilatation (may include insertion and/or reroval of 
I.U.CJ}.) - when sole procedure 

Z735 General anaesthetic (I.OJ'.) 42.10 4 

U.V,C, Reroval of I,UJ3, without GJ\. 

CERVIX UTERI 

EndoscBpy (I,0J',) 

Initial investigation of abnormal cytology of vulva and/or vagina or 
cervix inder colposcopic technique (to include biopsies and 

Z731 curetting) 

Z730 Follow up colposcopy 

Cauterization (IJJJ'.) 

Chemical ...,„,,..„„...,.,„.......,...„,„,.......,.,,,„... 

Z732 Cryotherapy 

Z724 Electrocautery 

Z725 Dilatation and cauterization iixJer general anaesthesia 



42.10 
7.10 



visit fees 
14,20 
7,10 
42,10 4 



ibX 



712 



O. Reg. 215/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2003 



Code 



SIR6I01L PROCHXJRES 

OPERATIONS ON "W FEMdLE GENIT«. SYSTÏM - Cont'd. 

CERVIX UOI - Cont'd. 



Asst Surg Anaes 



Conization 
S744 Cervix - cone biopsy - any technique, with or without O&C 3 143.40 4 

Cryoconization, electroconization or CCU laser therapy with or without 
curettage (I.ÛJ'.) - for pranalignant lesion (moderate or severe 
Z729 dysplasia or carcinana in situ) - out patient procedure 31.50 

Excision 

Z720 Biopsy - with or without fulguriation (I.OJ>.) 14.20 4 

5765 Amputation of cervix 4 142.60 4 

5766 Cervical stuip - atxtaninal , 6 211.10 6 

5767 - vaginal 4 211J0 4 

ftoXe: Excision of cervical polyp(s) irder general anaesthesia, use Z720 

Repair 
S774 Repair of inconietent cervix - not associated with pregnancy 3 118.15 4 

CORPUS UTERI 

Endoscopy (Ii)J>.) 

Z583 ^Vsteroscoçy with or without biopsy or DSC ..,„^,. 75.60 4 

Z585 - with camulization of tii)e(s), lysis of intrauterine adhesions or 

sitryo transfer 100.80 4 

Incision, Excision 
Endonetrial biopsy, cytology 

Z719 - washor brush (1.0 J>.) ..^ 16 JO 

Z581 Office endometrial curettage {IJ)J>.) 29.50 

Note: The presentation of a case for aCortion before a Hospital Ccmnittee is not 
a benefit of OHIP. 
A pre-operative consultation by a second gynaecologist, when required by 

the hospital is not a benefit of QHIP. 
Abortion - canplete - i«ler 20 weeks visit fees 

5768 - incomplete - incl tiling Q4C 75.60 4 

5752 - therapeutic - arettage, intra-amniotic iryection (complete) ... 92.90 4 
- therapeutic - intra-airiotic iryection (incaiplete) followed by 

5785 cirettage 

5756 - missed abortion, or evacuation of molar pregnancy 

5770 - hysterotony 6 

S783 - hysterotony with tUial interruption 6 

Diagnostic cirettage (with or without cauterization, biopsy of cervix, 

5754 rénovai of polyps, Ritin's test or hysterosalpingography) , 

Intracavitary application of radiun or sealed sources including D8C 

carried out at same twe as application (to include consultation fee) 

5753 - first application 

5755 - repeat application 

S764 Myanectony 6 

^^terectaTly (vrith or without attwca) 

5757 Total or sti)total - abdominal or vaginal 6 

- with anterior and posterior vaginal repair to 

5758 include enterocoele and/or vault prolapse 
as required 6 

- with anterior or posterior vaginal repair including 

5759 enterocoele and/or vault prolapse 6 

S710 - with onentectony for mal ignancy 6 

5769 Radical (Schauta) - vaginal 8 

S763 Radical (Wfertheim's) 8 

Note: S757-S763, S710, S769 are total fees, the follo*<ing codes are not allowed 

in addition: S722, S738. S741, S746-S747, S780-S782. 

Repair 

5771 Uterine suspension - any technique - sole procédure 6 

Ea59 Uterine suspension in corvifiction with mauor procedure add ................ 

f^steroplasty 
S779 Excision of septun 6 286.70 



156 JM 
92.90 
201.65 
212.70 

75.60 



151.20 

75.60 

286.70 

354.50 



506.50 



430.10 6 

430.10 6 

506.50 8 

564.80 8 



204 JM 
39.40 



i2>'\ 



713 



2004 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 215/86 



Code 



SURGICAL PROCEDURES 
OPERAHONS ON THE FEMULE GENITAL SYSTEM - Cont'd. 



Asst Surg Anaes 



CORPUS liTERI - Cont'd. 

5775 Unification of doiile uterus (Strasgnan) 4 

5777 Uterine inversion, operative 4 

5778 Presacral neurectomy (with or vflthout ovarian neurectomy) ................. 6 

FALLOPIAN TUBE 

Excision, Suture or Repair 

5734 Excision of ectopic pregnancy 6 

E852 - vfith tilX)p1asty, add 

E860 Diagnostic laparoscopy prior to laparotcmy for ectopic pregnancy add 

5738 Salpingectcmy and salpingo-oophorectany (uni or bilateral) 6 

Tubal occlusion/internjption/removal by any method or approach for the 

S741 purpose of sterilization 6 

Tii)al plastic operation with or without operating microscope uni or bilateral 

5735 Finbriolysis 6 

5736 Salpingostany 6 

5739 Fiirbriolysis and salpingostomy 6 

5737 Tubal patency reconstruction (any surgical technique) after previous 

tii»! occlusion procedure 6 

Repair of extensive tiiwl and perititial disease for infertility, pelvic 

inflanatory disease or endanetriosis using operating microscope - not to be 
charged for reconstruction following previous sterilization procedure 
5743 - unilateral or bilateral 8 

Infertility Procedures 

Z552 Diagnostic laproscopy (I.O.P.) 4 

E855 - with dye iojection, add 

E856 - with endometrial biopsy, add 

E857 - with D&C, add 

5727 Laparoscopy for oocyte retneval 4 

OVARY 

Excision (i/iilateral or bilateral) 

S780 Biopsy of ovaries by laparotoriy 5 

5746 Ctophorertomy and/or oophorocystectany 6 

5782 Oophorectony with total omentectony 6 

5747 Para ovarian cystectany 6 

Second look exploratory laparotoiiy including biopsies, v<*ien done as part 

of chemotherapy protocol for ovarian carcinoma with or without total 
S714 omentectOTiy 6 



354.50 4 
286.70 6 
286.70 6 



252.85 6 

39.40 

59.10 
252.85 6 



143.40 

252.85 
295.40 
334.80 

463.95 



211.10 
252.85 
337.10 
252.85 



354.50 



509.60 8 



101.20 
16.30 
16J0 
37.80 

126.40 



(IfO 



For Diagnostic and Therapeutic Procedures see page 58. 

714 



O. Reg. 215/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2005 



SJVaCPL PROCEDURES 



OPERATIONS ON M EJCÛCRI^E SYSTtM 



Code 



'mYROIDGLAN) 



Asst Surg Anaes 



Z726 
Z727 
Z771 
S786 



S787 

S788 
3789 
S790 
E880 
ES81 
S791 



Incision 

Aspiration, thyroid cyst {IJ)J'.) .......^..................... 

Peixutaneous silicone core needle biopsy, (Ii).P.) 

Aspiration biop^, thyroid gland or nodule fine needle retJiod (LOJ".) .... 
Pbscess 

Excision 

Biopsy 

Surgical 4 

thyroidectony 

Total 6 

SUJtotal 6 

Henri 6 

- parathyroid(s) identification and re- implantation, add 

- if reqjiring splitting of stemun, add 

Excision of solitary nodule 6 



23.20 

46.50 6 
23.20 

66J6 4 



173.30 



492 JO 
386 JM 
296.40 
149.70 
66.96 
244.20 



P/«ATW(roiD, THYHB AK) fCKM. GUWS 



S795 
S796 
E880 
S797 
3796 
3799 

saoo 

Note: 



Z772 



Excision 

Exploration and/or removal, parathyroids or parathyroid tunur 6 

- if requinng splitting of stemun 10 

- parathyroid(s) identification and re- implantation, add 

Thynectony 10 

Adrenal ectany or exploration - milateral 10 

- bilateeral , virith or without oophorectomy 10 

Mrenal ectany - inilateral for pheochranocytona 10 

*en an adrenal ectany is perfonned in conjunction »rith a nephrectany, and 

is incidental to the removal of the kidn^, there should be no additional 

claim for the adrenal ectany. 

Thynus transplant (IJ)J>.) ................................................ 



492 JO 


8 


559 JO 


13 


149.70 




500.20 


13 


350 JO 


10 


543.50 


11 


472JO 


13 



66.95 



M\ 



715 



2006 



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Sl«GIC/IL PROCEDURES 



OPERATIONS ON ÏÏC NERVOUS SYSTEM 



Code 

Hypothennia - viier employed, basic i/iits for any procedure on nervous 
NlOO systan 

BRAIN 

Astnxytana, oligodendroglioma, glioblastoma or metastatic turxxr 
craniotomy plus excision 

N103 - supratentorial II 

NI5I - infratentorial II 

NI52 CraniotOTiy plus lobectoniy II 

E90I With operating microscope, add 

ffeningiona and other tunourous lesions, including pituitary tunours 
Craniotomy plus excision 

NI02 - supratentorial U 

N153 - infratentorial or basal II 

E90I With operating microscope, add 

E902 Lesion greater than 4 an diameter, add to N102, N153 

E903 Team fee for acoustic neurana, same approach ,.,. ^idd 

Transphenoidal microscopic approach to the pituitary fossa for hypophysectcmy 
NlII removal of adenoma or other tunours II 

Intracranial aneurysm repair 

NI05 Carotid circulation - per vessel II 

NI54 Vertebrobasilar circulation (including aneurysn of vein of Galen) II 

E90I With operating microscope, add 

Cerebral arteriovenous mal fomati on 

Craniotony for obliteration and/or excision 

NI06 - supratentorial II 

NI55 - infratentorial II 

E90I With operating microscope, add 

Removal of intracerebral and/or sibdural haiatoma in corvjunction with a 
ruptured intracranial aneirysn or arteriovenous malfonreition, add to 
E908 NI05, NI06, NI54, NI55 

Extracranial approach to include balloon catheter or etitiolization 
N107 techniques II 

Extracranial-intracranial microvascular anastonosis 

N2I8 Superficial temporal artery II 

NI56 Occipital artery II 

E904 Posterior fossa .add 

E905 Use of graft (autogenous vessel or synthetic) .add 

Extracranial-intracranial long venous bypass (from internal carotid in the 
neck or any of the tnrk vessels in the neck or chest to a major intra- 
NI2I cerebral vessel, i.e, vertebral, internal carotid, middle cerebral) .... II 

Carotid-cavernous fistula 

Intracranial obliteration (to include coitined cervical and intra- 

NI06 cranial procedure) II 

Extracranial approach to include balloon catheter or embolization 
NII8 techniques II 

Spontaneous intracerebral haemorrhage 
Craniotomy plus removal 

NI04 - supratentorial II 

NI57 - infratentorial II 

NI20 Burr hole plus drainage II 

Intracranial cyst 

Craniotomy plus evacuation (to incluJe interventriculostony) 

NI58 - supratentorial II 

NI59 - infratentorial U 

NI60 Burr hole plus aspiration II 

Brain abscess: 

NII7 Craniotony II 

NII5 Burr hole aspiration 7 

Subsequent aspiration through existing burr hole within 30 days 

Z818 (I.O.P.) 

NI13 Craniotony for brain biopsy (other than for tunour) II 

NI09 Hanispherectomy II 

NIIO Lobectony and/or excision of cortical scar for epilepsy II 



Asst Surg Anaes 



884.60 
1020.85 
927.10 
178.80 


15 
15 
15 


1020.85 
1327 JO 
178.80 
310.35 
510.40 


15 
15 


1020.85 


15 


1088.60 
1131.10 
178.80 


15 
15 


1088.60 

1131.10 

178.80 


15 
15 


191.40 




710.50 


15 


978.30 
1020.85 
200.10 
178.80 


15 
15 


1421.00 


15 


1020.85 


15 


620.70 


15 


731.80 
820.80 
400.15 


15 
15 
15 


731.80 
842.05 
331.60 


15 
15 
15 


884.60 
442.70 


15 

7 


178.80 
510.40 
1199.70 
1396.00 


II 
15 
15 



l4^ 



716 



i 



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2007 



Code 



N130 
N128 
N129 
N123 
NH9 

2823 
Z824 
Z813 

2806 

2802 
2825 
E916 
E917 
E918 
Z819 

Z820 
2812 

N127 

E919 



E920 



E921 



N139 
N140 
E912 

«43 
N144 



N148 
^a49 
N150 
fGOO 
2803 
2814 



N161 
N201 
N2Q2 
N203 

N206 
N207 

ia62 



SJRGICPL PROCEDURES 
OPERATIONS ON 1>C fCRWUS SYSTW - Cont'd. 

BRAIN - Cont'd. 



Asst Surg Anaes 



842.06 
663.20 
799.50 
1037.40 
748 JO 



11 



^dd 



7 421.40 
11 663.20 



7313) 
7313) 
8843) 
510.40 
44J0 
221 JO 



SMULL 

Repair of skull defect: 

Acrylic or metal cranioplasty .................. 

Rib graft cranioplasty (defect less than 7 J an) 
Replacanent of bone flap ....................... 

Skull tunxr, excision ............................ 

Craniosynostosis, linear craniectomy: 

- one suture ........^........m.. 

- nultiple sutures .........................m.. 

ftorcellation procedire 

- one suture ........................m......... 



4673) 
7103) 
400.15 
310J5 

3573) 
4673) 



Craniotony plus midline comrissirotOBy 11 

Repair of encephalocoele 11 

ftDsterior fossa decompression for Arnold Chiari malfbrnation .............. 11 

Stereotaxis - intracranial (to include ventriculography) .................. 11 

Intracranial inplantation of chronic sirface electrodes ................... 11 

Implantation or revision of stimulation pack or leads (peripheral nerve, 

brain, spinal cord) (IJ}J>.) ........................................... 2653) 

Removal of chronic surface or depth electrodes (lAP.) ................... 2213) 

Burr hole plus needling of brain for biopsy (I jj».) ...................... 7 246J5 7 

Ventriculogram, (incliiling b*rr holes, air or positive contrast) 

(IJ0J>.) .............. . ....................................... 110.70 

Vtentricular p»rcture through previous burr hole or fontanelle or pincture 

and/or aspiration of ci sterna lugna (1 .0J>.) ........................... 68.10 7 

Ventriculoscopy (to include burr hole) (I.0J>.) ........................... 2633) 7 

- »nth biopsy .add llOJO 

- with interventriculostcny ...........add UQJO 

- vrith rgnoval of foreign body ......................................add 110.70 

External ventricular drainage (UJ^.) .................................... 5 1783) 5 

Insertion of intracranial catheter or transducer for pirposes of 

monitoring {IJÛJ>.) .................................................... 5 2633) 5 

StiDsequent revisions or replacements trithin 30 days (UJ>.) each ......... 5 1783) 5 

Re-opening of craniotomy for post-operative haanatoma or infection, or for 

rental of bone flap ................................................... 

Intracranial duraplasty (greater than 2 cm. dianeter) ...........add to any 

intracranial procedire ................................................. 

Intraoperative diagnostic or physiological monitoring for intracranial , 

spinal or peripheral nerve procedires, (e.g. stimlation with recording, 

moked potentials, ultrasomd or impedance monitoring) ................. 

Repeat cranial procedire, applies to any intercranial procedure 

exclixling those covered by N127 ..............m................ ........ 

Cranio-Cerebral Iryiries 

Non-operative care: ........................m..............»*.....*..*.*.. 

Reduction of skull fractire: 

Simple, depressed 

Conpoufi ............................................................... 

- with repair of dirai laceration ........................ 

Extracerebral haematora and/or h^rara: 

Drainage by b«rr ho1e{s) - irilateral ........................ 

Drainage and/or rsnoval by craniotony 

cerebral iojury 

Rotoval of intracerebral haeretoma and/or debridement of traunatized 

brain (includes managanent of any skull fracture) .....m............... U 

Ranoval of foreign body from brain ............m......m........ .......... 11 

ZJSJ, leak - intracranial repair (to include transsphenoidal approach) .. 11 
Decoip-essive craniectony (frontal, sub-tanporal) ......................... 11 

Stixlural tap(s) (UJ>.) - i/iilateral ..................................... 

Diagnostic birr hole(s) (UJ>.) - iri or bilateral 7 



374.15 11 

2ooao 

1483) 
1783) 

visit fees 

7 310J5 7 

11 421.40 11 

110.70 4 



.... 11 3573) 11 



(tV^f 



717 



2008 



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Code 



N163 



N164 
N165 
N166 

fa67 
N168 
N169 
N208 
E922 



N211 

N212 
N213 
E901 



N220 
N223 

E923 
Z815 
Z808 

zao7 



N230 
N209 

tcio 

N245 
N175 
N176 
Z801 

N174 
N246 
N247 
Z809 
N249 

Z821 



N258 



SURGICrt. PROCEDURES 
OPERATIONS ON "DC NERVOUS SYSTEM - Cont'd. 



SKULL - Cont'd. 



Asst Surg Anaes 



578.20 
357.60 
289.10 

790.85 
510.40 
382.80 
884.60 
178.80 



- multiple sutures 11 510.40 15 

Lateral canthal advancanent 

Unilateral 

- one surgeon 11 

- two surgeons - iiBJor portion 11 

- lesser portion ........................................ 

Bilateral 

- one surgeon U 

- tMO surgeons - major portion 11 

- lesser portion ........................................ 

Craniotany for craniofacial repair 11 

- vflth repair of frontonasal encephalocele .add 

ORBIT 

Craniotomy plus ranoval of orbital tunour 11 927.10 15 

Craniotomy plus orbital decompression (roof of orbit with or without 

lateral wall) 11 

Craniotony for decompression of optic nen/e(s) 11 

l^th operating microscope, add to N211, N213 

CAROTID AM) VERTEBRAL ARTERIES 

Carotid endarterectony (with or without bypass and/ or patch graft) ........ 10 

Vertebral endarterectomy 10 

Intraoperative cerebral blood flow detenninations (with carotid en- 
darterectony. etc.), add to N220, Z808 

Tanporal artery; biopsy, ligation or cryosurgery (LOJ".) 

Progressive carotid occlusion by Selverstone clamp (I.O.P.) 10 

Removal of Selverstone clamp (I.OJ'.) 10 

CSF SHUNHNG PROCEDURES 

Shi/iting procedures, all types except those otherwise specified below ..... 11 

Ventriculo-atrial shirt • 11 

Lurtjo-peritoneal shunt (including leminectomy) ............................ 11 

Revision of CSF shunt - operative 

Proximal end 7 

Distal end (all shuits except ventriculo-atrial) 7 

Distal end - ventriculoatrial .......................................... 7 

Revision - non-operative .................................................. 

Conversion of shunt (e.g. ventriculoperitoneal to ventriculoatrial) - 

includes removal of existing shunt ..................................... 7 

Removal of shtrt - any type 7 

Ventriculo-cistemostcmy (Torkildsen) 11 

Insertion of CSF reservoir (Qimaya) including burr holes (I.OJ',) 11 

Third ventricul ostomy ..................................................... 11 

Injection of diagnostic or therapeutic agent into shunt apparatus 

( I.O.P.) 44.10 

CRANIAL NERVES 

Percutaneous coagulation or glyceral injection of gasserian (trigeminal) 

ganglion or root-ini lateral ........................................... H 340.30 11 



868.00 
927.10 
178.80 


15 
15 


622.30 
663.20 


10 
10 


110.70 
89.40 
263.90 
221.30 


4 

10 

10 


348.95 
391.50 
348.95 


11 
11 
11 


233.90 
233.90 
276.50 
33.90 


7 
7 
7 


348.96 
162.80 
442.70 
200.10 
544 JO 


7 

7 

11 

11 

11 



11^^ 



718 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2009 



Code 



re59 
ress 

K266 
E901 

lesj 

N269 
2827 



toss 

NZSB 
N282 

N177 

teas 

ME89 
rC87 

Nia3 
resB 

£899 
ZB16 
Z823 



ES06 
E9Z5 

E9Q0 

fG90 
PQ90 

N2B3 

N295 
E911 



N300 

N301 
PQ03 
N3M 



aj«ICAL PROCEDURES 
CPERATICNS ON M fCRVOUS SYSTEM - Oïrt'd. 

CJWHAL fCRVES - Cont'd. 



Asst Surg Anaes 



V-Oeconpression or rhiaotony (partial or conplete) trigeninal nerve 11 400.15 11 

VII-OiffererTtial section facial nerve for hairi-facial spasm («tra- 

cranial approach) 6 289.10 5 

AnastoiDsis hypoglossal or accessory to facial nerve 6 467 JO 6 

With operating microscope .add to N266, «267 178.80 

Occipital and/or suboccipital craniectany for compression, decanpression 

or section of cranial nerves U 799.50 11 

Xl-Oivision of nerves to stemanastoid in neck 5 242.60 6 

Inferior dental neirectoiy (I JD J».) 3 1523) 4 

Infraorbital or supraorbital neurectany (I.O.P.) 3 131.50 4 

PERIPtCRAL «RVES 

Exploration, deconpression, division, excision, biopsy, neux>1ysis, 

transposition (ixluding tunxr and neurana) 

Minor nerve e.g. digital or cutaneous 4 

f*Uor nerve (except carpal tumel or ulnar at elbow) 4 

Brachial plexus (excluding thoracic outlet s>ndrone or cervical rib) 6 

Sciatic nerve in buttock 6 

Tunoir or neirana - mgjor nerve ........................................... 5 

Nerve suture - minor ,r.................................................... 4 

- meyor 4 

Nerve graft - minor 4 

- m^or ....i 4 

- for each additional cable, add to N288 

IiH)lantation of electrode for peripheral nerve stinwlatian 3 

Implantation or revision of stimulation pack or leads (peripheral nerve, 

brain, spinal cord) IJUS 6 

Add 401 of basic fee for nevrolysis, tunour excision, nerve suture or 

graft »i*ien using operating microscope 

Add 30t to basic fee ftvn repair delated more than foir teeks 
Intraoperative electrophysiological stulies or fmrtional nerve mapping, 

add 

Carpal tmnel release 3 

Ulnar nerve decanression, transposition at elbow 4 

Oecaipression, exploration for thoracic outlet s>«lraBe including 

excision of cervical and/or first rib and to include scalenotony 6 322.96 6 

Excision of Morton's or sUxuitaneous neurana, glonis or small cut^ieous 

nerve tunotr 3 89.40 4 

faplantation of neurana into .bone or nwscle - add 401 to N286, N295 

AUTONMC fCRVOUS SYSTEM 

^npathectaiy: - i/ii lateral 

Cervical 6 289.10 6 

Cervicodorsal 10 486.20 10 

- thoracic approach 9 357.60 13 

Lutar 6 242.60 6 



127.60 


4 


212 JD 


4 


493J0 


6 


357.60 


6 


263.90 


4 


152.80 


4 


367.60 


4 


255.20 


4 


510.40 


4 


a6J0 




200.10 


4 



256.20 8 



148.90 

129*80 4 
178.80 4 



/tf' 



ll 



719 



2010 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 215/86 



Code 



m.7 

N314 
M137 
N313 
N318 
E914 

N319 
N320 
E914 

E901 



fG21 
E914 
E901 
2800 



R451 



R457 
N185 



IC37 
E565 
E566 
E914 
E915 



R447 
R452 



N182 
N186 



E928 



E929 



E567 
E568 



SLRGICAL PROCEDURES 
OPERAHCNS ON THE NERVOUS SYSTEM - Cont'd. 



SPINAL CORD AlC f€RVE ROOTS 



Asst Surg Anaes 



978.30 


13 


318.20 




842.05 


13 


927.10 


10 


132.70 




331.60 


9 


1063.40 


12 


132.70 





178.80 



1063.40 
132.70 
178.80 
1783) 



Timours: 

Extradural partial or total rgnoval , 8 7313) 10 

Removal by anterior or anterolateral cervical or thoracic approach 

- one surgeon 9 

- two surgeons - thoracotcdiy ....................................... 

- excision 9 

Intradural (extramedullary) partial or total ranoval ................... 8 

- three segnents or more ........................................add 

Intramedullary: 

- Biopsy and/or decompression 9 

- Ranoval 9 

- three segnents or more ^dd 

With operating microscope (applies to intradural or intramedullary 

tunours) .add 

A.-V. mal formation of cord 

Excision or operative obliteration; vnth or v^thout evacuation of 
haematona 9 

- three segnents or more .add 

With operating microscope .add 

^^yeloscoRy (I.OJ'.) 

Decompressive Procedures 

Applicable to all operative procedures for decompression of the spinal cord 
and/or nerve roots, whether trauiiatic or non-trainatic, with the 
exception of tunours and arterio- venous mal fondations and other 
separately listed. 
Posterior Spinal Oecoipressive Procedures 

Cervical hanilaninectomy for disc disease, with or without foraminotany ... 6 
Luitoar hemilaminectony for disc disease including removal of soft disc 

or osteophyte 6 

Posterior laminectomy one or two levels, cervical , thoracic, luitar ....... 6 

Repeat posterior exploration or reopening of posterior exploration, more 
than six months after original procedure, includes foraminotomy, 

discectony or neurolysis 8 

Multiple levels, to R451, R457 only per additional level .add 

Bilateral, to R451, R457 .add 

Laminectomy extending over 3 or more laminae, to N185, N337 .....add 

Foraninotony, to R457, N185, per foranen decanpressed .............add 

Anterior, Anterolateral or Posterolateral Spinal Deconpressive Procedures 

Simple anterior cervical discectony ....................................... 8 337.90 

Sinple anterior lintar discectony ......................................... 5 415,90 

Anterior cervical spinal cord or nerve root deconpression, including 

ranoval of disc or vertebral body, single disc level 8 5123) 

Anterolateral or posterolateral deconpression, luitar or thoracic spine, 

single disc level 9 918.45 

For Thoracotony or laparotomy by separate surgeon use M137 (page 113), 

S312 (page 113). 
Each additional disc level decanpressed, to R447, R452, N182, N186 

.add 221.30 

Fusions 

Anterior cervical interbody fusion by sane surgeon, to R447, N182, per 

disc level .add 68.10 

Fusion by sane surgeon, to any procedure except anterior cervical interbody 

fusion, 

- one level .add 206.40 

- two or more levels .add 262.70 



I 



485.20 10 



354.50 
5123) 



553.00 
613) 
653) 

132.70 
68.10 



Ik] 



720 



O. Reg. 215/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2011 



Code 



fW93 
R494 
E574 
E548 

E907 
E926 



N336 



E914 
E901 
N323 



ZZ36 
Z241 
2246 
E562 
F103 
F105 
F107 
E913 

E9Z7 
E567 
E568 
E329 
M19 
M93 
R494 

ESe4 
E548 



N193 

E919 
N194 
N196 

ra96 

E901 



M329 

H33D 
PG41 
E901 
Z244 
ZBZ3 

N324 



SLRGIC/IL PROCEDURES 
OPERATIONS OH TÏC (CRWUS SYSTHi - Cont'd. 



SPIN». CO» /W WRVE HOOTS - Cont'd. 



Asst Sirg Anaes 



Fusion by different surgeon: 

- one level 

- two or more levels ,. 

tepeat fusion, to any fusion, not to ^)ply to N337, .....add 

With instninentation ..add 

Dirai opening and repair: 

Opening of dira (associated with any decoiçressive procedure) ..^dd 

Spinal duroplasty (applies to any spinal procedire) .add 

Other Laainectories (uii- or bilateral] 

Lamnectoay for intradural neurolysis or nusial lesions e^, dias- 

tanto^elia, tethered conus, intrandullary haute», etc 7 

Laarinectoay extending (Mer 3 segnents or lore (applies to tethered cons, 
diastaaatoi^l ia extradu-al, intradiral or intraaedullary timor, 

AIM, or other decoipressive laarinectany) .add 

With operating Rricroscope ^dd 

Re-opening of lagrinectaqr for post-operative hanatoia or infection 7 

Re-cpening of laainectoiy for repair of CSF leak 7 

Spinal Fractires 

Skull calipers {IJ)J>.) 

Halo traction (I.OJ'.) 

Reapplication of *lo traction {ljij>.) 

Qxrter traction pins or vest - .add 

Closed reduction 5 

Open reduction, posterior approach 5 

anterior approach 7 

With spinal cord irvjiry, add (t#en total care by operating surgeon) ....... 

With irrigation, includes opening of dira, to fractires when ajrt>ined with 

deconpressive procedures .add 

Fusion by saœ strgeon - one level ^dd 

- nultiple levels .add 

- anterior cervical interbody fusion, per level ..add 

Fusion of Cl-2 8 

Fusion by different strgeon - one level .add 

- nultiple levels «add 

- anterior cervical interbody fusion, per 
level .add 

With instruiwrtatian .add 

^fringoiyelia 

tosterior fossa craniectoqr and plugging of obex (to include decof^pression 
of Arnold Oiiari mal fomation if present) .............................. 9 

Intracranial dtraplasty (greater than 2 on. diameter), add to any intra- 
cranial procedure 

Syringo sUwrachnoid shirt 8 

Temrinal ventriculostoiy .................................................. 8 

Syringopleu-al/syringoperitoneal shirt 9 

With operating nricroscope (add to N193-N196) 

*lative and Stinjiation Procedurs 

(Percutaneous cordotony or tractotoiy 6 

Open myelotaiy for lesion (e.g. tractotoiy, midline coimissirotaiiy, 

Bischoff's longitudinal ir^lotony, etc.) mi- or bilateral 8 

►fedullary spinal trigairiral tractotony 10 

With operating microscope 

Percutaneous diagnostic stinulation of brain or spinal cord 1,1 J) J',) ...... 6 

Implantation or revision of stimulation pack or leads (peripheral nerve, 

brain, spinal cord) (I.OJ'.) 6 

Implantation of spiral cord stipulating electrode by laninectoiy 8 



263.90 
310J5 
173J0 
122.50 

131.90 
200 JO 



664jn 8 



132 JO 
178.80 
310J5 
442.70 



42.50 

6BJ0 

42.50 

91 JD 

171.70 5 
263J0 10 
310J5 10 
131.90 

263.90 
206.40 
262.70 
68.10 

465.50 10 
263 JO 
310J5 

icejD 

117 JD 



842J» 



15 



2D0J0 

663.20 10 
663.20 10 
774J0 12 
178ja0 



391.50 8 



799.50 10 

9I2J6 15 
178.80 

272.50 8 

255.20 8 

480.50 10 



i»r 



i 



721 



2012 



Code 



N332 
Note: 



N331 
N333 



Z810 
E909 

N340 
DIO 
Z817 



N334 

rG35 
N338 
IC39 
N197 
E901 

Nige 

N199 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

SURGICAL PROCEDIJRES 
OPERATIONS ON 1>€ NERVOUS SYSTEM - Cont'd. 

SPINAL CCRD AM) NERVE ROOTS - Cont'd. 



O. Reg. 215/86 



Asst 



Removal of any stimulation pack or electrode fran peripheral nerve, brain 

or spinal cord 6 

N324, Z244, N332 for "nul ti pie sclerosis" are not a benefit of OHIP 

except for relief of intractable pain. 

Spinal intradural anterior and/or posterior rtiizotoiïiy, unilateral or 

bilateral , any nurber of roots 8 

Dorsal root entry zone lesions for pain relief (any nuifcer of levels) - 

includes use of operating microscope 8 

Percutaneous vertebral facet denervation or intercostal neurectaiiy 

(I.O.P.) 

- one level 

- additional levels - each 

Percutaneous radiofrequency posterior rhizDtony for pain or spasticity 

- one or two roots 

- three or more roots, each 

Liirtar subarachnoid drainage of CSF (chronic) (I.O.P.) 

Meningocele and ffeningonyelocele 

Repair of meningocele 7 

Repair of meninganyelocele 

- one surgeon 7 

- two surgeons - neurosurgeon 

- reconstructive surgeon <................. 

Repair of lipaneningocele (to include release of tethered spinal cord) .... 7 

With operating microscope (add to N197, N335 or N338) 

Repair of anterior sacral meningocele - posterior approach (to include 

release of tethered spinal cord) 7 

Repair of intraspinal meningocele (extradural cyst) ....................... 7 



Surg Anaes 



187.50 



535.60 10 
850.70 10 



115.00 
59.50 



225.30 
59.50 
68.10 



357.60 

485.20 
357.60 
289.10 
689.20 
178.80 

710.50 
710.50 



,^'°> 



722 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2013 



Gode 



Z850 



Qoe 



ao4 
ao5 



E106 
Q07 



2B51 

Z847 
Z848 
Z852 

S49 
2B63 



E206 
E205 
E207 
E117 
E118 
E119 

Z871 
Z853 



□21 
E951 
E122 
£123 



E127 
E128 



□31 
□34 
□30 
E132 
□36 
E133 
□35 



□37 
E139 



SURGICAL PROCEDURES 
GPERATIONS ON ORGANS OF SPECIA. SENSES 

OPERATIONS ON T>C EYE 

Examination (viHen sole procedire) and unlisted minor procedures under 
general anaesthesia (Ii)J'.) 



Asst Surg Anaes 



54.40 



EYEB*L 

Excision 

Enucleation, donor e>e, post-nnrtem (one or both) 1C8.70 

Repair 

Removal of intraocular foreign body 4 309.20 6 

Ntxvmagnetic - posterior segront 4 350.90 6 

[%ietrating woind 

- with prolapse of intraocular tissue 4 217JX) 6 

- without prolapse of intraxular tissue 4 176JX) 6 

CORNEA 

Incision 

Paracentesis {IJ3J>.) 43.40 4 

Ranoval eritedded foreign body (LOJ».) 

- local anaesthetic - one foreign body 21.70 

- two or more foreign bodies (see Preantle para 8^2) IX. 

- general anaesthetic 43.40 4 

Chelation of band keratopathy with BDTA (I.OJ'.) 

- local anaesthetic 21.70 

- general anaesthetic 43.40 4 

Excision 

Pterygiun - simple (milateral) 73.60 4 

- with partial keratectany 4 200J0 4 

-with lamellar graft 4 3503) 8 

Keratectoiy 4 200.50 4 

Excision of dentoid - with partial keratectoiy 200.50 4 

- with laiellar graft 4 350.90 8 

Cauterization of ulcer (IJiS.) 

- local anaesthetic „ 21.70 

- general anaesthetic 43.40 4 

Replaçaient 
Corneal transplant 

- penetrating 4 460JXI 8 

- with artificial prosthesis, add 43.40 

- lanellar 4 350.90 8 

Division of iris to cornea 133.50 4 

SCLERA 

Indsicn 

Sclerotaiy, posterior ..................................................... 

Anterior chanter - open evacuation of clot 4 

IRIS MO CILWY BODY 

Laser iridotaiy 4 

Laser angle surgery 

Iridectoiy - sirgical - v4ien sole procedure 4 

Glaucana filtering procedures 4 

- with intraocular implant of selon, add 

Extraocular glaucora procedures 4 

Ciliary body re-attachnent 4 

CRYSTALLire LENS 

Incision 

Needling (discission) 

- primary or sti>sequent 133.50 5 

Capsulotany ............................................................... 4 133.50 4 



108.70 


4 


258J5 


6 


188.x 


4 


241.80 


4 


2213) 


4 


258.75 


6 


61.40 




150.80 


4 


4173) 


8 



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SURGICAL PROCEDURES 



Code 



OPERATICtB CN ORGANS OF SPECIAL SENSES - Cont'd. 
CRYSTALLINE LENS - Cont'd. 



Asst 



Surg Anaes 



E140 
E141 
E950 
E138 

E143 
E144 
E145 
E146 



E147 
E148 
E142 

E938 

Q49 
E940 



E151 



E152 



E153 
E161 
Q54 
E155 



Excision 
Cataract (to include retrobulbar iryection when aditinistered by surgeon) 

- all types of, by any procedure 4 

- dislocated lens extraction 4 

- insertion of intraocular lens, extra 

Fixation of intraocular lens (MoCannell suture procedure) 4 

- excision of secondary maibrane with corneal section followng 

cataract extraction 4 

Removal of intraocular lens 4 

Repositioning surgical of dislocated intraocular lens 

Insertion of secondary intraocular lens ................................... 4 

VITREOUS 

Vitreous transplant, innplant or anterior vitrectomy 4 

Vitrectomy by infusion suction cutter technique 4 

Preretinal manbrane peeling or segmentation to include posterior vitrectomy 
and coagulation 

- with transscleral retinal suturing, add 

Vitreous aspiration, posterior with needle for culture and/or iryection of 

medication, with or without cryjpexy 4 

Anterior vitrectomy v*ien done in coojunction with another intraocular 
procedure, add 

RETINA 

Re-attachment of retina and choroid by diathermy, photo<oagulation or 

cryopexy as an initial procedure 6 

Scleral resection or buckling procedure - with or without diathemy, 

photocoagulation or cryopexy, primary or sibsequent procedure .......... 6 

Secondary operation following unsuccessful operation or fresh detachnent 

in the sane eye by a different surgeon with or without diathermy, 

photocoagulation or cryopexy 6 

Removal of scleral iirplant 

Photocoagulation {xenon, argon laser, etc.) - one eye 

Cryopexy - extraocular or siis-coojunctival - one eye 

EXTRAOCULAR MJSCLES 



350.90 
417.50 
108.70 
221.30 


8 
6 

6 


217.00 
217 J» 
108.70 
241.80 


6 
6 

4 
8 


217.00 
501 J» 


6 
8 


492.30 
176.40 




150.45 


5 


73.60 




233.55 


6 


460 J» 


6 


526.60 
133.50 
150.80 
150.80 


6 
4 
6 
6 



Repair 

Strabianus procedures 

E159 - one or two muscles, one or both eyes 3 

E162 - three or more muscles, one or both eyes 3 

E949 - for adjustable suture, add 

Repeat strabismus procedure (more than two previous repairs by different 

E962 surgeon), add 

ORBIT 

Incision 
E164 Drainage of abscess 

Excision 

E102 Enucleation, with or without primary implant 4 

E103 Evisceration, with or without primary implant ............................. 4 

E171 Exenteration 4 

E941 - with major plastic repair, add 

E181 Secondary orbital inplant 4 

TiiiDur or foreign body 

E166 - anterior route 4 

E167 - posterior exposure 4 

E172 Biopsy( anterior) 

E168 Biopsy (posterior exposure) 

E165 Lateral orbitotomy (Kronlein) 3 

E169 Deconvression - two walls 4 

E170 -three walls 4 

Reconstruction 

E160 Dennis fat graft - imnediately following enucleation 

E163 - delayed 4 

E176 Fornix reconstruction 

E177 - with mucous mentorane graft 

E178 Free mucous membrane graft - full thickness 

E179 - split thickness 

E180 Alloplastic volune replacement 

Repair - for E173, E174, E175, see page 88. ib'a 

724 



217.00 
258.75 
43.40 

43.40 



163.80 



217.00 


4 


217 J» 


4 


245.80 


6 


245.80 




308.00 


4 


217.00 


6 


391.90 


6 


133.50 


4 


217.00 


4 


350.90 


6 


374.90 


6 


391.90 


6 


157.50 




426.10 


6 


170.50 


4 


266.20 


4 


184 JO 


4 


245.80 


4 


308.00 


4 



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2015 



Code 



2854 
Z855 



Z874 
Za56 
ZB57 
2S58 



SIRGIC/IL PROCEURES 
OPERATIONS ON ORGANS OF SPECIA. SENSES - Cont'd. 

EYELIDS 



Asst Surg Anaes 



Incision 

Drainage of abscess (UDJ*.) 

- local anaesthetic 

- general anaestlietic .................................................. 

Excision 

Chalazion - single orrnjltiple {IJiJ',) 

- local anaesthetic 

- general anaesthetic 

Epilation - by hyfrecator, electrolysis (IJ)J'.) 

- by coopexy ................................................... 

Vemjca, papillana, keratosis, etc. (l,OJ>,) - see page 
Lid TuiDurs including Xanthelaaa or Uhlisted Plastic Procedures - 
see page . 

Suture 

Q90 Tarsorrhaphy 

E191 OoU)Ie adhesion ........................................................... 

Repair 
Q9e Ptosis ...~............................................................... 4 

E193 - repeat or second repair 4 

Q94 Distichiasis - trilateral 4 

E195 Trichiasis, repair by tarsal transplantation 4 

E196 Entropion, other than Zeigler ptuctire 4 

E945 - repeat by second surgeon, add ........................................ 

E948 - vrtth mucous m aityanc graft, add 

Q97 Ectropion, other than Zeigler puicture 4 

E945 - repeat by second sirgeon, add 

- with skin graft, see page 72. 

2360 Zeigler p»nctures (for entropion/ectropion) (I.OJ'.) ...................... 

E199 Laceration, full thickness ................................................ 

Q98 - including lid margin ................................................. 

E221 Laceration of eiyelid including levator palpebrae stjperioris with ptosis ... 4 
Blepharoplasty - OHIP authoriation necessary 

- excision of skin, with or without partial excision of the orbicularis 
E2CD oculi nuscle - one lid ................................................ 

- sane as E200 plus rénovai of orbital fat and/or lid fold recon- 

E201 struction - one 1 id ,. 4 

E211 Lid lengthening procedure 4 

E953 - with scleral graft, add 

E222 Primary closure of full thickness lid defect 4 

E942 - with cantholysis, add 

E943 - with releasing rotation flap ixluding cantholysis, add 

E223 Tarsocoryirctival flap and skin graft (htighes) ............................ 4 

E224 - second stage ......................................................... 

E225 Lower or upper eyelid bridge flap ......................................... 4 

E226 - second stage ......................................................... 

E227 Temporal rotation flap .................................................... 4 

E944 - with free posterior lamellar graft, add .............................. 

E228 Free tarsal, scleral or cartilage graft with local skin mobilization ...... 6 

E229 Eree conposite eyelid graft .............................................. 6 

E230 hfedial canthopiasty (skin and nuscle) 4 

ffedial canthal tendon 
E231 Tendon repair only ........................................................ 4 

E232 Fixation to bone 4 

E233 - when done in coiymction with another procedure ...................... 

Lateral canthal surgery 
E234 Canthotony - not chargeable with E140, E141 ............................... 

E235 Cantholysis - viien primary procedure ...................................... 

E236 Lateral canthopexy 

E9X - utei done in cofUuictiQn with another procedure ...................... 



21.70 
54 J5 



21.70 

54.40 4 

21.70 4 

54.40 4 



92.20 
133.50 



258.75 
325 JO 
200J0 
200J0 
217 J» 
43jK) 
92.20 
217 JB 
43.40 



21.70 4 

108J0 4 

217.00 4 

272.50 4 



68J0 



170.10 


4 


150.45 


4 


66.75 




221J0 


4 


44.20 




73.60 




400.50 


6 


89.40 


4 


400.50 


6 


89.40 


4 


340.70 


6 


1443) 




443.10 


8 


443J0 


8 


213.10 


4 


221 JO 


4 


340.70 


6 


126.40 




42.60 


4 


89 J» 


4 


168.60 


4 


83 JO 





1^3 



i 



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SURGICAL PROCEDIRES 

OPERATIONS ON ORGflNS OF SPECIAL SENSES - Cont'd. 
Code Asst Surg Anaes 

CCNJUNCnVA 
U.V.C. Removal of foreign body , visit fees 

Excision 

E206 Peritoiiy (Gunderson coojunctival flap) 92.20 4 

Z861 Biopsy (I.OJ'.) 21.70 4 

Repair 

E210 Excision and repair of conjirctival lesion 66.60 4 

E948 Mucous nerbrane graft 92.20 4 

LACRIM«.-nWT 

Incision 

ZB62 Dacryocystotony - general anaesthetic (I.OJ'.) 43.40 4 

Z917 Three "Snip" pmctim procedure (Ii)J'.) 54.40 4 

Excision 
E215 Dacryxystectany 4 217.00 4 

Repair 

Lacerated canaliculus 

E216 - imiBdiate repair 4 1753) 4 

E217 - delayed repair 4 284JX) 5 

E218 DacryocystorhinostOTiy 5 350.90 5 

E939 - repeat procedure by second surgeon, add 72.50 

- with lacrimal bypass procedure (e.g. Lester Jones) or canalicular 
E954 reconstruction, add 66.75 

Lacrimal bypass procedure (e.g. Lester Jones) 
E219 - when sole procedure (both stages) 150JB 4 

rtenipulation (Ii)J'.) 

Z901 Irrigation of nasolacrimal systan - irilateral or bilateral 16.90 

Probing and dilation of duct, initial or repeat 

Z902 Local anaesthetic, unilateral 16.90 

Z864 General anaesthetic - trilateral or bilateral 66.75 4 

ffl65 - with insertion of inlying tube or filament ........................... 133.50 4 

Z918 Re-insertion of Lester Jones tibe 43.40 

OPERATICNS ON TTC EAR 
Preanble: 

(l)V*ien debridement of ears under microscopy is carried out for access 
purposes only, no claim should be made for the debridement. If 
debridement of ears ifxter microscopy is carried out because of 
pathology, a claim should be made for this service. 
EXTERNW.EAR 
Endoscopy 

Removal of foreign body - simple visit fees 

Z866 - cotiplicated - general anaesthetic (I .O.P.) 41.70 4 

E302 - requiring post auricular or endaural incisions .. 166.20 4 

E3Q3 - from middle ear space 166.20 4 

Z906 Removal of drainage titoe(s) - general anaesthetic (I.OJ'.) 29.10 4 

Débridaient of mastoid cavities and/or repair of small perforation irder 
microscopy but not for raroval of cerunen for "access only" to the 

Z907 tympanic maitorane (I. O.P.) 21.70 

Z90e - inder general anaesthetic (LOJ*.) - v^ien sole procedure performed.... 41.70 4 

Incision 

Z909 Biopsy, ear canal (IJ)J>,) 21.10 

2846 - general anaesthetic (if sole procedure perfonned) 41.70 4 

Incision and drainage of extensive hematana of pinna under general 

E317 anaesthetic 115JX) 4 

E305 Limited incision for perichondritis, removal of cartilage and drainage .... 127.60 4 

E306 Radical surgery for perichondritis 239.50 5 

Excision 

Z904 Local excision, polyp- office (I.OJ>.) 21.70 

Z905 - hospital (I.O.P.) 41.70 4 

E300 Resection of pinna - with primat7 closure 141.80 4 

E301 - with local flap 202.80 4 



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2017 



Code 



E332 



E334 
E335 
E338 
E339 
E345 



SIRGIO*. PROCeXRES 
OPERATIONS ON ORGANS OF SPECIA. SENSES - Cont'd. 

EXTEWW. Em - Cont'd. 



Asst Surg Anaes 



Exostosis, simple endcmeatal surgery and ranoval and drilling out of 

Oil exostosis ^...... 

E312 - viritti multiple ranoval vflth necessary grafting ........................ 

E313 - post auricular approach 

2903 Pre-airicular sinus (UDJ*.) „ 

E309 - requiring general anaesttietic 

Repair 

Congenital defects 
E307 external - nrinor ....................................................... 5 

E306 - major ....................................................... 5 

E310 Otoplasty for correction of outstanding ears - mi lateral ................. 5 

E304 Total ear reconstruction with cartilage graft - (Brent technique) 4 

ftote: E304, EX7, E308 - Descriptive details of procedure (e.g. operative report) 
should be siinritted with claims for professional assesanent (see 
Surgical Preamble, paragraph 17). 

E310 - this procedure is not a benefit of CHIP for patients 18 years of age 

or older. 

E314 fteatoplasty or canalplasty for congenital malfbnnation 5 

E965 - with grafting of canal , add 

E956 - with tympanoplasty and/or ossiculoplasty, and/or mastoidectony, add .. 

MIDDLE ÏM 

Introduction {ljij>.) 

Eustachian catheterization 

Z910 Uhilateral - local anaesthetic 

Z911 Uhilateral or bilateral - general anaesthetic 

Incision {ljij>.) 

2912 nifnrgatim/ , to ixlude aspiration *#)en indicated - bilateral 

- with insertion of ventilation tube using operating tiricroscope 
2914 - trilateral ..m~................................................. 

Excision 

^*stoidecta^y 
E320 Cortical mastoidectony .................................................... 4 

E322 ffcdified or radical mastoidectomy 4 

D15 Revision mastoidectony with revision of middle ear ........................ 4 

E946 - with mastoid cavity cbl iteration (E320, E322 or E315) , add ........... 

E959 - with meatoplasty and/ or canal plasty, add ............................. 

E960 - with ossiculoplasty (E320, E322 or E315), add 

Repair 

E323 fV^"9oplâSty 

E336 Tj«npanoplasty - Type 1 (myringoplasty with exploration of middle ear) ..... 

E337 - with ossiculoplasty 

E957 - with mastoidectony, add 

E969 - with meatoplasty and/or canalplasty, add 

E333 Ossiculoplasty 4 

E325 Facial nerve decoipression 4 

E3a6 Facial ner/e grafting (to include deconpression) 4 

E327 Clostre of mastoid fistula 4 

E328 Tynpanotony 

E329 Tyinpanic neirectoiy 

E316 Tjmpanotony with fistula repair ........................................... 

E324 Tytpanotony with insertion of "pennanent" ventilation tite 

IlfCREAR 



Incision 

Labyrinthotoiy or labyrinthectoiy (including Ficic procedire) 

Repair 

Stapes mobilization, trilateral 

Stapedectomy with prosthesis .............................................. 

Singular nerve section 4 

Endolymphatic shurt or sac deconpressicn ................................. 4 

Temporal bone resection - ................................................ 4 



162 JO 
202.80 
244.20 
27.20 
170.50 



450.60 



304 JK 
450.60 
543.50 
543.50 
1014.20 



180.00 5 

283j60 5 

191.40 5 

508.85 9 



244.20 5 
166.20 1 
328.50 2 



5.10 




29.10 


4 


34.50 


4 


64.60 


4 


283.60 


6 


421.40 


7 


454.50 


7 


87.40 




87.40 




70J0 




171.70 


5 


283.60 


7 


385.20 


7 


113.40 




87.40 




334 JB 


7 


527.75 


9 


811J0 


9 


20633 


4 


194.60 


4 


304 JK 


6 


324.50 


6 


215JX) 


4 



«95) 



O. Reg. 215/86, s. 3. 
18 



727 



2018 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

HISTORICAL PARKS ACT 

O. Reg. 216/86. 
Historical Parks — Fees. 
Made— April 17th, 1986. 
Filed— April 18th, 1986. 



O. Reg. 216/86 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
HISTORICAL PARKS ACT 

HISTORICAL PARKS— FEES 

1. In this Regulation, 

"group" means a group of more than three persons, six years of age or over; 

''senior citizen" means a person sixty-five years of age or over; 

'student" means a person six years of age or over but under the age of sixty-five years, with proof of full-time 
attendance at an educational institution. O. Reg. 216/86, s. 1. 

2. The fee for entry into Sainte-Marie Among the Hurons Historical Park is as follows; 







Per Person 




Per Person 


if in a Group 


Child under six years of age 


no fee 


no fee 


Student 


1.00 


.80 


Senior Citizen 


1.00 


.80 


All others 


2.00 


1.60 



O. Reg. 216/86, s. 2. 



3. The fee for entry into the Penetanguishene Military and Naval Establishment Historical Park is as 
follows: 







Per Person 




Per Person 


if in a Group 


Child under six years of age 


no fee 


no fee 


Student 


1.00 


.80 


Senior Citizen 


1.00 


.80 


All others 


2.00 


1.60 



O. Reg. 216/86, s. 3. 



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O Reg. 216/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

4. The fee for entr\' into Fort William Historical Park is as follows: 



2019 





From the last Saturday in June 
to the fourth Sunday in August 


All Other Days 


Season Pass Per Person 


Per Person 
if in a 
Group 


Per Person 


Per Person 
if in a 
Group 


Child under six years of age 
Student 
Senior Citizen 
.\11 Others 


no fee no fee 

$3.50 $2.00 

3.50 2.00 

7.00 4.00 


no fee 

$1.60 

1.60 

3.20 


no fee 

SI. 50 

1.50 

3.00 


no fee 

SI. 20 

1.20 

2.40 



5. Ontario Regulation 152/86 is revoked. 
(8596) 



18 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2093 



Publications Under The Regulations Act 



May 10th, 1986 



GAME AND FISH ACT 

O. Reg. 217/86. 

Reporting and Registering Possession 

of Certain Game. 
Made— April 17th, 1986. 
Filed— .\pril 21st, 1986. 



REGULATION ^L\DE UNDER THE 
G.\ME AND FISH .\CT 

REPORTING -AND REGISTERING POSSESSION 
OF CERT.\IN G.AME 

1. In this Regulation, 

"carcass" includes any part thereof; 

"report" means a communication, in person or by tele- 
phone, by a person who is required to make a report 
under subsection 2 (1) advising of, 

(a) the name and address of the reporter, 

(6) the species and number of carcasses 
acquired, and 

(c) the date, place and circumstances of the 
acquisition; 

• orking day" means any day other than a Saturday 
r a holiday. O. Reg. 217/86, s. 1. 

2. — (1) Ever>- person who acquires a carcass of a 
black l)ear, caribou, deer, elk, moose, eagle, falcon, 
hawk, owl, vTilture or fur-bearing animal shall report 
the acquisition within the time set out in subsection (2) 
to the district manager of the administrative district of 
the Ministr>- in which the carcass was acquired. 

2) For the purpose of subsection (1), the acquisition 
'ji a carcass of a black bear, deer or moose must be 
reported immediately and the acquisition of a carcass 
of any other animal or bird referred to in subsection ( 1) 
must be reported within two working days after the 
acquisition. 

(3) Ev'er>- person who acquires a carcass of an eagle, 
falcon, hawk, owl or \-ulture shall take the carcass to 
an office of an administrative district of the Ministry 
within five working days after the acquisition for 
registration by an official of the Ministry. 



i4) Subsections (1) and (3) do not apply to. 



(a) a person who lawfully kills, traps or pos- 
sesses an animal or bird under the authorit>- 
of a Ucence or subsection 62 ( 7) of tl^ Act; 

(6) a person who received the carcass, other than 
the carcass of a fur-bearing animal, as a gift 
from a person described in clause (a); or 

(c) a person who is engaged commercially in 
taxidermy and who has received the carcass 
from a person described in clause (a) or (b) or 
from a person who has reported the acquisi- 
tion under subsection (1). 

(5) Ever>- person who makes a report under subsec- 
tion (1) with respect to a carcass of a fur-bearing ani- 
mal is entitled to receive from the district manager a 
Ucence referred to in section 65 of the Act in respect of 
the carcass reported. 

(6) Notwithstanding subsection (5), no person who 
acquired a carcass by unlawfully kiUing or trapping 
the animal is entitled to a Ucence under subsection 
(5). O. Reg. 217/86, s. 2. 



3. — (1) Even.- person who is engaged commercially 
in ta.xidermy shall keep a register and record therein, 

(a) the name and address of every person from 
whom the taxidermist receives an animal or 
bird carcass and the date on which the car- 
cass is received; 

(fr) thtspecies and number of carcasses received; 

(c) if a certificate of a report under subsection 2 
(1) is provided by a person referred to in 
clause (a), particulars of the certificate or, if ■ 
no certificate is provided, a notation of that 
fact and a notation of the authoritv- under 
which the animal or bird was taken; and 

id) iî a Ucence to possess a fur-bearing animal is 
provided, particulars of the Ucence. 

(2) Everv person who is required to keep a register 
under subsection (1) shall submit to an officer, on 
request, a report setting out the information in the 
register. O. Reg. 217/86, s. 3. 



4. This Regulation comes into force on the 1st day 
of July, 1986. 



(8597) 



19 



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2094 O. Reg. 218/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 219/86 



PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 
DEVELOPMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 218/86. 

The Regional Municipality of York, 

Town of Markham. 
Made— April ISth, 1986. 
Filed— April 21st, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 473/73 

MADE UNDER THE 

PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 

DEVELOPMENT ACT 

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

72. — (1) Notwithstanding any other provision of 
this Order, a place of worship and buildings and 
structures accessory thereto may be erected and used 
on the land described in subsection (2) if the following 
requirements are met: 

Minimum lot frontage on 

Unionville Gateway 80 metres 

Minimum lot area 1.5 hectares 

Minimum distance of place 
of worship from: 

i. lot line abutting 

Unionville Gateway 15 metres 

ii. lot line abutting 

Unionville By-pass 18 metres 

iii. any other lot line 7.5 metres 

Minimum distance of any 
building or structure from: 

i. lot lines abutting 
Unionville Gateway 
and Unionville By- 
pass 9 metres 

ii. any other lot line 3 metres 

Maximum building height 10.7 metres 

Maximum lot coverage 25 per cent 



(2) This Order applies to that parcel of land in the 
Town of Markham in The Regional Municipality of 
York, being that part of Lot 9 in Concession VI more 
particularly described as follows: 

1 . Parts 1 and 2 on a Plan deposited in the Land 
Registry Office for the Land Titles Division 
of York North (No. 65) as Number 
65R-8983. 

2. That part of Lot 1 according to a Plan regis- 
tered in the Land Registry Office for the 
Registry Division of York North (No. 65) a- 
Number 2 196 designated as Part 23 on a Plan 
deposited in that Land Registry Office as 
Number 64R-7974. 

3. That part of Lot 1 according to a Plan regis- 
tered in the Land Registry Office for the 
Registry Division of York North (No. 65) as 
Number 2196 designated as Part 3 on a Plan 
of Expropriation registered in that Land 
Registry Office as Number 266784. O. Reg. 
218/86, s. 1. 

G. M. Farrow 

Assistant Deputy Minister 

Community Planning Wing 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 15th day of April, 1986. 

(8598) 19 



OFFICIAL NOTICES PUBLICATION 
ACT 

O. Reg. 219/86. 

Rates. 

Made— April 17th, 1986. 

Filed— April 21st, 1986. 



Parking 



One parking space for 
each 17.5 square 
metres of gross floor 
area, or one parking 
space per six seat 
capacity (whichever is 
greater) 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 

OFFICIAL NOTICES PUBLICATION 

ACT 

RATES 

1. — (1) The rates payable for publication of matters 
in The Ontario Gazette are, 

(a) on the first insertion, for a double-column 
insertion of, 

(i) a notice of the sale of land for arrears 
of taxes, $7.80, plus $4. 70 for each six 
millimetres of columnar space or 
fraction thereof for a list of land liable 
to be sold for arrears of taxes, and 

(ii) all other matters, $18.75 for the first 
twenty-five millimetres of columnar 



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space or fraction thereof, plus $4.70 
for each six millimetres or fraction 
thereof of columnar space in excess of 
twenty-five millimetres; 

(6) on each additional insertion of a matter refer- 
red to in clause (a), one-half of the rate pay- 
able under subclause (a) (i) or (ii), as the case 
may be; 

(c) on the first insertion, for a single-column 
insertion, S9.40 for the first twenty-five 
millimetres of columnar space or fraction 
thereof plus S2.35 for each six millimetres or 
fraction thereof of columnar space in excess 
of twenty-five millimetres; and 

(d) on each additional insertion of a matter refer- 
red to in clause (c ), one-half of the rate pay- 
able under clause (c). 

(2) The rates in subsection (1) shall be paid as fol- 
lows: 

1. Upon submitting the copy of a matter for 
publication, 

i. $7.80 for the first insertion of a matter 
referred to in subclause (1) (a) (i), 

ii. $18. 75 for the first insertion of a mat- 
ter referred to in subclause (1) (o) (ii), 
and 

iii. $9.40 for the first insertion of a matter 
referred to in clause (1) (c). 

2. The balance upon receipt of an account from 
the Queen's Printer. O. Reg. 219/86, s. 1. 

2. — (1) The rates payable for copies of The Ontario 
Gazette are, 

(a) S56.20 for a subscription of fifty-two weekly 
issues; and 

(b) SI. 25 for a single issue. 

(2) The rates in subsection (1) shall be paid in 
advance. O. Reg. 219/86, s. 2. 



3. — (1) Ever\- person who makes a paN-ment in 
advance for a first insertion or an additional insertion 
is entitied to a refund if, 

(a) the actual cost of the first insertion or addi- 
tional insertion is less than the amount pre- 
paid; or 

(ft) the request for publication of a matter in The 
Ontario Gazette is withdrawn before the 
weekly issue in which the matter would have 
been pubUshed is sent to press. 



(2) Ever\- person who has paid a fee for a subscrip- 
tion of fifty-two weekly issues of The Ontario Gazette 
is entitied, on gi\'ing written notice, to have the sub- 
scription cancelled and to receive a refund equal to the 
difference between the fee paid for a subscription of 
fifty-two weekly issues and the aggregate cost of the 
weekly issues received by the subscriber before can- 
cellation, calculated at the single issue price. 

(3) No refund will be made if the amount refund- 
able under subsection (1) or (2) is less than $5. O. Reg. 
219/86, s. 3. 

4. Ontario Regulation 167/85 is revoked. 

(8599) 19 



LOCAL ROADS BOARDS ACT 

O. Reg. 220/86. 

Establishment of Local Roads Areas 
— Northern and Eastern Regions. 
Made— April 14th, 1986. 
Filed— April 22nd, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 598 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

LOCAL ROADS BOARDS ACT 

1. Schedule 87 to Regulation 598 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, 
as remade by section 3 of Ontario 
Regulation 78/81, is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 

Schedule 87 

LOST CHANNEL LOCAL ROADS AREA 

All that portion of the Township of Mowat and 
those portions of the Township of Blair in the Ter- 
ritorial District of Parr>- Sound shown outlined on 
Ministr>- of Transportation and Communications Plan 
N- 1304-4 filed with the Administrative Services Office 
of the Ministr\- of Transportation and Communica- 
tions at Toronto on the 12th day of March, 1986. 
O. Reg. 220/86, s. 1. 

Edward Fulton 

Minister of Transportation 

and Communications 

Dated at Toronto, this 14th day of April, 1986. 

(8600) 19 



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COURTS OF JUSTICE ACT, 1984 BY MOTION FOR JUDGMENT 



O. Reg. 221/86. 
Rules of Civil Procedure. 
Made — February 5th, 1986. 
Approved— April 24th, 1986. 
Filed— April 25th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 560/84 

MADE UNDER THE 

COURTS OF JUSTICE 

ACT, 1984 

1. The Rules of Civil Procedure set out in 
the Schedule to Ontario Regulation 560/84, 
as amended by section 1 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 786/84 and section 1 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 478/85, are further amended as follows: 

1. Subrule 13.01 (2) is amended by strik- 
ing out "for pleadings and discovery" 
in the third and fourth lines. 

2. Subrule 13.03 (1) is amended by 
inserting after "intervene" in the first 
line "as an added party or as a friend of 
the court". 

3. Subrule 13.03 (2) is amended by 
inserting after "intervene" in the first 
line "as an added party or as a friend of 
the court'.'. 

4. Rule 14.03 is amended by adding the 
following subrule: 

Statement of Claim may Alter or Extend Claim 

(5) In an action commenced by the issuing of a 
notice of action, the statement of claim may alter or 
extend the claim stated in the notice of action. 

5. Subrule 15.03 (1) is amended by 
inserting after "notice" in the second 
line "of change of solicitor (Form 
15A)". 

6. Subrule 15.03 (2) is amended by 
inserting after "notice" in the second 
line "of appointment of solicitor (Form 
15B)". 

7. Subrule 15.03 (3) is amended by 
inserting after "person" in the third line 
"(Form 15C)". 

8. Rules 19.05 and 19.06 are revoked and 
the following substituted therefor: 



19.05 (1) Where a defendant has been noted in 
default, the plaintiff may move before a judge for 
judgment against the defendant on the statement of 
claim in respect of any claim for which default judg- 
ment has not been signed. 

(2) A motion for judgment under subrule (1) shall be 
supported by evidence given by affidavit if the claim is 
for unliquidated damages, a divorce or a declaration of 
the invalidity of a marriage. 

(3) On a motion for judgment under subrule (1), the 
judge may grant judgment, dismiss the action or order 
that the action proceed to trial and that oral evidence 
be presented. 

(4) Where an action proceeds to trial, a motion for 
judgment on the statement of claim against a defen- 
dant noted in default may be made at the trial. 

9. Subrule 19.09 (2) is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 

(2) A judgment against a defendant who has been 
noted in default that is obtained on a motion for judg- 
ment on the statement of claim under rule 19.05 may 
be set aside or varied by a judge on such terms as are 
just. 

10. Rule 30.03 is amended by adding the 
following subrule: 

Affidavit not to be Filed 

(5) An affidavit of documents shall not be filed 
unless it is relevant to an issue on a pending motion or 
at trial. 

11. Subrules 34.18 (3) and (4) are revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

(3) A copy of a transcript for the use of the court at 
trial shall not be filed until a party refers to it at trial, 
and the trial judge may read only the portions to which 
a party refers. 

12. Rule 38.04 is amended by adding the 
following subrule: 

Counter- Application 

(4) Where a notice of application has been served, 
and the respondent wishes to make an application 
against the applicant, or against the applicant and 
another person, the respondent may make the appli- 
cation at the same place and time to the same judge, 
if the second application is within the judge's 
jurisdiction. 



13. Subrule 48.02 (2) is amended by strik- 
ing out "Where an action is unde- 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2097 



fended" in the first line and inserting in 
lieu thereof "Where the court orders 
the trial of an undefended action". 

14. Rule 49.06 is amended by adding the 
following subrule: 

(3) An offer to settle shall not be filed until all ques- 
tions of liability and the relief to be granted in the 
proceeding, other than costs, have been determined. 

15. Subrule 53.02 (3) is revoked. 

16. Rule 56 is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 



WHERE .AVAILABLE 

56.01 In a proceeding where it appears that, 

(a) the plaintiff or applicant is ordinarily resi- 
dent outside Ontario; 

ib) the plaintiff or applicant has another pro- 
ceeding for the same relief f)ending in 
Ontario or elsewhere; 

(c) the defendant or respondent has an order 
against the plaintiff or applicant for costs in 
the same or another proceeding that remain 
unpaid in whole or in part; 

(d) the plaintiff or applicant is a corporation or a 
nominal plaintiff or applicant, and there is 
good reason to believe that the plaintiff or 
applicant has insufficient assets in Ontario to 
pay the costs of the defendant or respondent; 

(e) there is good reason to believe that the action 
or application is frivolous and vexatious and 
that the plaintiff or applicant has insufficient 
assets in Ontario to pay the costs of the 
defendant or respondent; or 

(/) a statute entitles the defendant or respondent 
to security for costs, 

the court, on motion by the defendant or resp)ondent, 
may make such order for security for costs as is just. 

DECL.\R.VnO.\ OF PL.AI.NTIFFS OR 
APPLIC.\.\ rS PL.ACE OF RESIDE.NGE 

56.02 The solicitor for the plaintiff or applicant 
shall, forthwith on receipt of a demand in writing from 
any person who has been served with the originating 
process, declare in writing whether the plaintiff or 
applicant is ordinarily resident in Ontario and. where 
the solicitor fails to respond to the demand, the court 
may order that the action or application be >ta>ed or 

i> missed. 



MOTION FOR SECURITY 

56.03 (1) In an action, a motion for security for 
costs may be made only after the defendant has de- 
livered a defence and shall be made on notice to the 
plaintiff and even, other defendant who has delivered 
a defence or notice of intent to defend. 

(2) In an application, a motion for security for costs 
may be made only after the respondent has delivered a 
notice of appearance and shall be made on notice to the 
applicant and every other respondent who has de- 
liverefl a notice of appearance. 

A.MOL M .\.M) FORM OF SECURITY 
.\.M) TIME FOR FLR.MSHI.NG 

56.04 The amount and form of security and the 
time for paying into court or otherwise giving the 
required security shall be determined by the court. 

FOR.M .\.\D EFFECT OF ORDER 

56.05 -^ plaintiff or applicant against whom an 
order for security for costs (Form S6A) has been made 
may not, until the security has been given, take any 
step in the proceeding except an appeal from the order, 
unless the court orders otherwise. 

DEF.\LL I OF PLAINTIFF 
OR APPLICANT 

56.06 Where a plaintiff or applicant defaults in 
giving the security required by an order, the court on 
motion may dismiss the proceeding against the defen- 
dant or respondent who obtained the order, and the 
stay imposed by rule 56.05 no longer applies unless 
another defendant or respondent has obtained an order 
for securitv for costs. 



AMOUNT MAY BE VARIED 

56.07 The amount of security required by an order 
for security for costs may be increased or decreased at 
any time. 

NOTICE OF COMPLIANCE 

56.08 On giving the security required by an order, 
the plaintiff or applicant shall forthwith give notice of 
compliance to the defendant or respondent who 
obtained the order, and to ever>' other party. 

SECURITY FOR COSTS AS 
TERM OF RELIEF 

56.09 Notwithstanding rules 56.01 and 56.02, any 
part> to a proceeding may be ordered to give security 
for costs where, under rule 1.05 or otherwise, the court 
has a discretion to impose terms as a condition of 
granting relief and, where such an order is made, rules 
56.04 to 56.08 apply with necessar>- modifications. 



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O. Reg. 221/86 



17. Rule 70.21, as amended by paragraph 
19 of section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
786/84, is revoked. 

18. Rule 71 is amended by striking out 
"Family Law Reform Act'' wherever it 
appears and inserting in lieu thereof 
'Tamily Law Act. 1986". 

19. Subrule 71,03 is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

APPLICATION BY GOVERNMENT 
AGENCY 

71.03 Where the Ministry of Community and 
Social Services, a municipality, a district welfare 
administration board or a band is an applicant for an 
order for the support of a dependant under subsection 
33 (3) of the Family Law Act, 1986, it shall serve the 
originating process on the dependant. 

20. Subrule 71.04 (1) is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 

71.04 (1) Where an order is sought under section 7 
(division of family property), 33 (support) or 37 (varia- 
tion of support) of the Family Law Act, 1986 or for 
custody under the Children's Law Reform Act, a finan- 
cial statement (Form 70J) shall be filed and served 
with the originating process, together with a notice to 
file financial statement (Form 71 A). 

21. Subrule 71.09 (1) is amended by strik- 
ing out "36" in the second line and 
inserting in lieu thereof "48". 

22. Rule 71.10 is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted therefor: 

71.10 A warrant for the arrest of a debtor or 
respondent referred to in section 43 of the Family Law 
Act, 1986 or section 13 of the Support and Custody 
Orders Enforcement Act, 1985 shall be in Form 7lC. 

23. Rule 71.11 is amended by striking out 
"section 34" in the first line and 
inserting in lieu thereof "subsection 46 
(1)". 

24. Rule 72 is amended by striking out 
"Child Welfare Act'' wherever it 
appears and inserting in lieu thereof 
"Child and Family Services Act, 1984". 

25. Subrule 72.02 (1) is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 

(1) An appeal from the Provincial Court (Family 
Division) to the District Court under section 65 or 150 
of the Act shall be commenced by serving a notice of 



appeal (Form 7 IB), within thirty days after the date of 
the decision appealed from, 

(a) on the clerk of the Provincial Court (Family 
Division) in the county in which the pro- 
ceeding was heard; 

(ft) on all other persons entitled to appeal the 
decision; and 

(c) in the case of an appeal under section 65 of 
the Act, on all other persons entitled to notice 
of the proceeding under subsection 39 (3) of 
the Act who appeared at the hearing. 



26. Subrule 72.02 (7) is amended by strik- 
ing out "43 (7) and 84 (5)" in the first 
line and inserting in lieu thereof "65 (5) 
and 150 (4)". 



27. Subrule 72.03 (1) is amended by strik- 
ing out "43 or 84" in the second line 
and inserting in lieu thereof "65 or 
150". 



28. Subrule 73.03 (2) is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 

(2) A person who seeks payment of money out of 
court in accordance with an order or report shall file 
with the accountant, 

(a) a requisition for payment out; 

ib) a certified copy of the order or report, unless 
one has already been filed with the accoun- 
tant; and 

(c) an affidavit stating, 

(i) in the case of a report, that the report 
has been confirmed and the manner of 
confirmation, or 

(ii) in the case of an order, that the time 
prescribed for an appeal has expired 
and no appeal is pending, 

unless such an affidavit has already been 
filed with the accountant, 

and the accountant shall then pay the money to the 
person to whom the order or report directs that it be 
paid. 

29. Subrule 73.03 (8) is amended by 
inserting after "court" in the second 
line "and the order does not provide 
for payment out directly to a solicitor' 



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30. The following forms are added: 

Form 15A 
Notice of Change of Solicitors 

(General heading ) 

NOTICE OF CHANGE OF SOLICITORS 

The plaintiff (or as may be), formerly represented by 
(name of former solicitor ) , has appointed (name of new 
solicitor ) as solicitor of record. 



(Date) (Name, addrcns and telephone 

number of neu solicitor ) 



TO (Name and address of former solicitor) 

AND TO (Names and addresses of solicitors 
for all other parties, or names and 
addresses of all other parties ) 

O. Reg. 221/86, s. 1, par. 30, part. 



ni 



2100 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 221/86 

Form 15B 
Notice of Appointment of Solicitor 

(General heading) 
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF SOLICITOR 

The plaintiff (or as may be) , formerly acting in person, 
has appointed (name) as solicitor of record. 



(Date) (Name, addresf^ and tel ephom/ 

number of solicitor of record) 



TO (Names and addresses of solicitors 
for all other parties , or names and 
addresses of all other parties ) 

O. Reg. 221/86, s. 1, par. 30, part. 



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O Reg. 221/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 2101 

Form 15C 
Notice of Intention to Act in Person 

(General heading) 

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO ACT IN PERSON 

The plaintiff (or as may be) , formerly represented by 
(name) as solicitor of record, intends to act in person. 



(Date) (Name, address for service and 

telephone number of party 
intending to act in person) 

TO (Name and address of former 
solicitor of record) 

AND TO (Names and addresses of solicitors 
for all other parties , or names and 
addresses of all other parties ) 

O. Reg. 221/86, s. 1, par. 30, part. 



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2102 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 221/86 

31. Form 56A is revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

Form 56A 
Order for Security for Costs 

(Court file no. ) 

(Court) 
(Name of , judge or master) (Day and date order made) 

(Court seal) (Title of proceeding ) 

ORDER FOR SECURITY FOR COSTS" 
(Recitals in accordance with Form ô9A) 



1. THIS COURT ORDERS that within days after 

this order is served on the plaintiff, (or applicant ) , the 
plaintiff (or applicant ) shall pay into court (or to 

(name)) the sum of $ as security for the costs of 

this proceeding. 

(Where a plaintiff or applicant is ordered to give security 
for costs in some other form, give a description of the 
security required and vary the form of the order 
accordingly . ) 

2. THIS COURT ORDERS that until the security required 
by this order has been given, the plaintiff (or 
applicant ) may not take any step in this proceeding, except 
an appeal from this order (or as otherwise ordered) . 



(Signature of judge, master or 
registrar ) 

O. Reg. 221/86, s. 1, par. 31. 



32. Form 60A is amended by inserting before the last paragraph the following paragraph: 

(Where appropriate, add: This writ enforces an order for support.) 



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33. The backsheet of Form 60A is revoked and the following substituted therefon 



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34. Form 60B is amended by adding after the last paragraph the following paragraph: 

(Where appropriate, add: This writ enforces an order for support.) 

35. Form 60G is amended by adding after the first paragraph the following paragraph: 

(Where appropriate, add: This notice of garnishment enforces an order for support.) 

36. Tariff A is amended by adding the following item: 

18a. Seizure or seizure and sale under a writ of execution or notice of garnishment $ 25 

An increased fee may be allowed in the discretion of the assessment officer. 

2. — (1) This Regulation, except paragraphs 8, 9, 13, 15 and 17 of section 1, comes into 
force on the 5th day of May, 1986. 

(2) Paragraphs 8, 9, 13, 15 and 17 of section 1 come into force on the day the Divorce Act, 
1986 (Canada) comes into force. 



RÈGLEMENT PORTANT 
MODIFICATION DU RÈGLEMENT 

DE L'ONTARIO 560/84 PRIS EN 

APPLICATION DE LA LOI DE 1984 

SUR LES TRIBUNAUX 

JUDICIAIRES 

1 Les Règles de procédure civile, qui 
figurent à l'Annexe au Règlement de 
l'Ontario 560/84, telles qu'elles sont modi- 
fiées par l'article 1 du Règlement de l'Ontario 
786/84 et par l'article 1 du Règlement de 
l'Ontario 478/85, sont modifiées de nouveau 
de la façon suivante : 

1. Le paragraphe 13.01 (2) est modifié par 
suppression des mots "en ce qui con- 
cerne les actes de procédure et 
l'enquête préalable" aux troisièm.e et 
quatrième lignes. 

2. Le paragraphe 13.03 (1) est modifié par 
adjonction, après "divisionnaire" à la 
première ligne, des mots "en qualité de 
partie jointe ou à titre d'intervenant 
bénévole". 

3. Le paragraphe 13.03 (2) est modifié par 
adjonction, après "d'appel" à la pre- 
mière ligne, des mots "en qualité de 
partie jointe ou à titre d'intervenant 
bénévole". 

4. La règle 14.03 est modifiée par adjonc- 
tion du paragraphe suivant : 



La déclaration peut modifier ou élargir la detm 

(S) Dans l'action introduite par la délivrance d'un 
avis d'action, la déclaration peut modifier ou élargir la 
demande exposée dans l'avis d'action. 

5. Le paragraphe 15.03 (1) est modifié par 
adjonction, après "avis" à la troisième 
ligne, des mots "de constitution d'un 
nouveau procureur (formule 15A)". 

6. Le paragraphe 15.03 (2) est modifié par 
adjonction, après "avis" à la troisième 
ligne, des mots "de nomination d'un 
procureur (formule 15B)". 

7. Le paragraphe 15.03 (3) est modifié par 
adjonction, après "effet" à la troisième 
ligne, de "(formule 15C)". 

8. Les règles 19.05 et 19.06 sont abrogées 
et remplacées par ce qui suit : 

JUGEMENT OBTENU PAR VOIE DE 
MOTION 

19.05 (1) Le demandeur peut demander à un juge 
par voie de motion, de rendre jugement sur la base d( 
la déclaration contre un défendeur constaté en défaut { 
en ce qui concerne une demande sur laquelle il n'a pa' 
été consigné de jugement par défaut. 

(2) La motion en vue d'obtenir un jugement au:j 
termes du paragraphe (1) est accompagnée d'élément j 
de preuve présentés au moyen d'un affidavit, si iij 
demande a pour objet des dommages-intérêts noil 
déterminés, un divorce ou l'annulation d'un mariage.j 



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(3) Lors de la motion en vue d'obtenir un jugement 
aux termes du paragraphe (1), le juge peut rendre 
jugement, rejeter l'action ou ordonner qu'elle soit 
instruite et que des témoignages oraux soient pré- 
sentés. 

(4) Si l'action est instruite, une motion en vue 
d'obtenir un jugement sur la base de la déclaration 
contre le défendeur constaté en défaut peut être pré- 
sentée à l'instruction. 

9. Le paragraphe 19.09 (2) est abrogé et 
remplacé par ce qui suit : 

(2) Le jugement contre un défendeur constaté en 
défaut qui a été obtenu par voie de motion en vue 
d'obtenir un jugement sur la déclaration, conformé- 
ment à la règle 19.05, peut être annulé ou modifié par 
un juge à des conditions justes. 

10. La règle 30.03 est modifiée par adjonc- 
tion du paragraphe suivant : 

L'affidaiHt n'est pas déposé 

(5) L'affidavit de documents n'est pas déposé, à 
moins qu'il ne soit pertinent à une question en litige 
relative à une motion en cours ou à l'instruction. 

11. Les paragraphes 34.18 (3) et (4) sont 
abrogés et remplacés par ce qui suit : 

(3) La copie de la transcription à l'intention du tri- 
bunal n'est pas déposée avant qu'une partie s'y réfère à 
finstruction. Le juge qui préside ne peut lire que les 
extraits auxquels la partie se réfère. 

12. La règle 38.04 est modifiée par adjonc- 
tion du paragraphe suivant : 

Requête reconventionnelle 

(4) Si l'avis de requête a été signifié et que l'intimé 
désire présenter une requête contre le requérant, ou 
contre le requérant et une autre personne, il peut pré- 
senter sa requête au même juge, au même lieu et aux 
mêmes date et heure, à condition que le juge ait com- 
pétence pour entendre cette deuxième requête. 

13. Le paragraphe 48.02 (2) est modifié par 
substitution, à "Si l'action n'est pas 
contestée" à la première ligne, de "Si le 
tribunal ordonne l'instruction de 
l'action non contestée". 

14. La règle 49.06 est modifiée par adjonc- 
tion du paragraphe suivant : 

(3) L'offre de transaction n'est pas déposée tant que 
toutes les questions relatives à la responsabilité et les 
mesures de redressement à accorder, à l'exclusion des 
dépens, n'ont pas été décidées. 



15. Le paragraphe 53.02 (3) est abrogé. 

16. La Règle 56 est abrogée et remplacée 
par ce qui suit : 

APPLICABILITÉ 

56.01 Si, dans une instance, il est établi : 

a) que le demandeur ou le requérant réside 
ordinairement en dehors de l'Ontario; 

b) que le demandeur ou le requérant a intenté, 
en Ontario ou ailleurs, une autre instance en 
vue d'obtenir la même mesure de redresse- 
ment et que cette instance est en cours; 

c) que le défendeur ou l'intimé a obtenu, dans la 
même instance ou dans une autre, une 
ordonnance condamnant le demandeur ou le 
requérant aux dépens et que ceux-ci n'ont pas 
encore été acquittés, en totalité ou en partie; 

d) que le demandeur ou le requérant est une 
personne morale ou qu'il est constitué 
demandeur à titre nominal et qu'il existe de 
bonnes raisons de croire qu'il ne possède pas 
suffisamment de biens en Ontario pour payer 
les dépens du défendeur ou de l'intimé; 

e) qu'il existe de bonnes raisons de croire que 
l'action ou la requête est frivole et vexatoire 
et que le demandeur ou le requérant n'a pas 
suffisamment de biens en Ontario pour payer 
les dépens du défendeur ou de l'intimé; 

f) qu'une loi accorde au défendeur ou à l'intimé 
le droit d'obtenir un cautionnement pour 
dépens, 

le tribunal peut, à la suite de la motion du défendeur 
ou de l'intimé, rendre une ordonnance de cautionne- 
ment pour dépens juste. 

DÉCLARATION DU LIEU DE 
RÉSIDENCE DU DEMANDEUR OU DU 
REQUÉRANT 

56.02 Sur demande par écrit d'une personne qui a 
reçu signification de l'acte introductif d'instance, le 
procureur du demandeur ou du requérant déclare par 
écrit si ce dernier réside ordinairement en Ontario. Si 
le procureur ne répond pas, le tribunal peut ordonner 
le sursis ou le rejet de l'action ou de la requête. 

MOTION VISANT À OBTENIR UN 
CAUTIONNEMENT 



56.03 (1) Dans le cas d'une action, la motion visant 
à obtenir un cautionnement pour dépens ne peut être 
présentée qu'après que le défendeur a remis une 
défense. Elle est présentée sur préavis au demandeur 
ainsi qu'aux autres défendeurs qui ont remis une 
défense ou un avis d'intention de remettre une défense. 



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(2) Dans le cas d'une requête, la motiori visant à 
obtenir un cautionnement pour dépens ne peut être 
présentée qu'après que l'intimé a remis un avis de 
comparution. Elle est présentée sur préavis au requé- 
rant ainsi qu'aux autres intimés qui ont remis un avis 
de comparution. 

MONTANT ET FORME DU 
CAUTIONNEMENT ET DÉLAI 

56.04 Le tribunal fixe le montant et la forme du 
cautionnement, ainsi que le délai imparti pour le con- 
signer au tribunal ou le verser d'une autre façon. 

FORME ET EFFET DE L'ORDONNANCE 

56.05 Sauf ordonnance contraire du tribunal, le 
demandeur ou le requérant contre qui est rendue une 
ordonnance de cautionnement pour dépens (formule 
S6A) ne peut prendre d'autres mesures dans l'instance, 
à l'exception d'un appel de l'ordonnance, tant que le 
cautionnement n'a pas été versé. 

DÉFAUT DU DEMANDEUR OU DU 
REQUÉRANT 

56.06 Si le demandeur ou le requérant ne verse pas 
le cautionnement imposé par l'ordonnance, le tribunal 
peut, à la suite d'une motion, rejeter l'instance intentée 
contre le défendeur ou l'intimé qui a obtenu l'ordon- 
nance, auquel cas le sursis imposé par la règle 56.05 est 
levé, à moins qu'un autre défendeur ou un autre intimé 
n'ait obtenu une ordonnance de cautionnement pour 
dépens. 

MODIFICATION DU MONTANT 

56.07 Le montant du cautionnement pour dépens 
imposé par l'ordonnance peut être augmenté ou 
diminué en tout temps. 

AVIS D'OBSERVATION DE 
L'ORDONNANCE 

56.08 Après avoir versé le cautionnement imposé 
par l'ordonnance, le demandeur ou le requérant en 
avise immédiatement le défendeur ou l'intimé qui a 
obtenu l'ordonnance ainsi que les autres parties. 

CAUTIONNEMENT EXIGÉ À TITRE DE 
CONDITION À L'OBTENTION D'UNE 
MESURE DE REDRESSEMENT 

56.09 Malgré les règles 56.01 et 56.02, il peut être 
ordonné à une partie à une instance de verser un 
cautionnement pour dépens si, en vertu de la règle 1.05 
ou autrement, le tribunal peut accorder une mesure de 
redressement sous condition. Dans ce cas, les règles 
56.04 à 56.08 s'appliquent, avec les adaptations néces- 
saires. 

17. La règle 70.21, telle qu'elle est modifiée 
par la disposition 19 de l'article 1 du 
Règlement de l'Ontario 786/84, est 
abrogée. 



18. La Règle 71 est modifiée par substitu- 
tion, aux mots ''''Loi portant réforme du 
droit de la famille", partout où ils figu- 
rent, de "Loï de 1986 sur le droit de la 
famille''. 

19. La règle 71.03 est abrogée et remplacée 
par ce qui suit : 

REQUÊTE PRÉSENTÉE PAR UN 
ORGANISME GOUVERNEMENTAL 

71.03 Si le ministère des Services sociaux et com- 
munautaires, une municipalité, un bureau de district 
pour l'administration de l'aide sociale ou une bande 
agit comme requérant en vue d'obtenir une ordon- 
nance alimentaire à l'égard d'une personne à charge en 
vertu du paragraphe 33 (3) de la Loi de 1986 sur le 
droit de la famille, l'acte introductif d'instance est sig- 
nifié à cette personne. 

20. Le paragraphe 71.04 (1) est abrogé et 
remplacé par ce qui suit : 

71.04 (1) La partie qui désire obtenir une ordon- 
nance en application de l'article 7 (partage des biens 
familiaux), de l'article 33 (aliments) ou de l'article 37 
(modification des ordonnances alimentaires) de la Loi 
de 1986 sur le droit de la famille, ou une ordonnance de 
garde en application de la Loi portant réforme du droit 
de l'enfance, dépose et signifie avec l'acte introductif 
d'instance un état financier (formule 70J) et un avis de 
dépôt d'un état financier (formule 71 A). 

21. Le paragraphe 71.09 (1) est modifié par 
substitution, à "36" à la deuxième 
ligne, de "48". 

22. La règle 71.10 est abrogée et remplacée 
par ce qui suit : 

71.10 Le mandat d'arrêt d'un débiteur ou d'un 
intimé mentionné à l'article 43 de la Loi de 1986 sur le 
droit de la famille ou à l'article 13 de la Loi de 1985 sur 
l'exécution d'ordonnances alimentaires et de garde 
d'enfants est rédigé selon la formule 7lC. 

23. La règle 71.11 est modifiée par sub- 
stitution, aux mots "de l'article 34" à la 
première ligne, des mots "du para- 
graphe 46 (1)". 

24. La Règle 72 est modifiée par substitu- 
tion, aux mots "Loi sur le bien-être de 
l'enfance'', partout où ils figurent, de 
"Loi de 1984 sur les services à l'enfance et 
à la famille". 

25. Le paragraphe 72.02 (1) est abrogé et 
remplacé par ce qui suit : 

(1) L'appel interjeté de la Cour provinciale (Divi- j 
sion de la famille) à la Cour de district en application 



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210/ 



de l'article 65 ou 150 de la loi est introduit par signifi- 
cation d'un axis d'appel (formule 7lB), dans les trente 
jours qui suivent la date à laquelle la décision portée en 
appel est rendue : 

a) au greffier de la Cour provinciak (Division 
de la famille) dans le comté où l'instance a été 
entendue; 

b) à toutes les autres personnes qui ont le droit 
d'interjeter appel de la décision; 

c) dans le cas d'un appel interjeté en application 
de l'article 65 de la loi. à toutes les autres 
personnes qui ont le droit d'être a\isées d'une 
audience tenue en application du paragraphe 
39 (3) de la loi et qui s'y sont présentées. 

26. Le paragraphe 72.02 ( 7) est modifié par 
substitution, à "43 (7) et 84 (5)" à la 
première ligne, de "65 (5) et 150 (4)". 

27. Le paragraphe 72.03 (1) est modifié par 
substitution, à "43 ou 84" à la 
deuxième ligne, de "65 ou 150". 

28. Le paragraphe 73.03 (2) est abrogé et 
remplacé par ce qui suit : 

(2) La personne qui désire qu'une somme consignée 
soit versée conformément à une ordonnance ou à un 
rapport dépose auprès du comptable : 



a) une réquisition de versement de la somme 
d'argent; 

b) une copie certifiée conforme de l'ordonnance 
ou du rapport, sauf si une copie a déjà été 
déposée auprès du comptable; 

c) un affida\-it portant : 

(i) dans le cas d'un rapport, que le rap- 
port a été confirmé et précisant le 
mode de confirmation, 

(ii) dans le cas d'une ordonnance, que le 
délai prescrit pour interjeter appel a 
expiré et qu'aucun appel n'est en 
instance, 

sauf si un tel affida\it a déjà été déposé 
auprès du comptable. 

Le comptable verse alors la somme d'argent à la per- 
sonne NTsée à l'ordonnance ou au rapport. 

29. Le paragraphe 73.03 (8) est modifié par 
adjonction, après "rendue" à la 
troisième ligne, des mots "et que 
l'ordonnance ne prévoit pas le verse- 
ment direct de la somme à un pro- 
cureur". 



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30. Les formules suivantes sont ajoutées : 

FORMULE 15A 

AVIS DE CONSTITUTION D'UN NOUVEAU PROCUREUR 

(titre) 
AVIS DE CONSTITUTION D'UN NOUVEAU PROCUREUR 

Le demandeur (ou selon le cas) , jusqu'ici représenté par (nom 
de l'ancien procureur) , a constitué (nom du nouveau procureur) 
son procureur. 



(date) (nom, adresse et numéro de 

telephone du nouveau procureur) 



DESTINATAIRES : (nom et adresse de l'ancien procureur) 



(noms et adresses des procureurs des 
autres parties, ou les noms et adresses 
des autres parties) 

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FORMULE 15B 

AVIS DE NOMINATION D'UN PROCUREUR 

(titre) 
AVIS DE NOMINATION D'UN PROCUREUR 

Le demandeur (ou selon le cas) , qui agissait jusqu'ici en son 
propre nom, a nommé (nom) son procureur. 



(date) (nom^ adresse et numéro de 

telephone du procureur) 



DESTINATAIRE : (noms et adresses des procureurs des 

autres parties, ou les noms et adresses 
des autres parties) 

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FORMULE 15C 

AVIS DE L'INTENTION D'AGIR EN SON PROPRE NOM 

(titre) 
AVIS DE L'INTENTION D'AGIR EN SON PROPRE NOM 

Le demandeur (ou selon le cas) , jusqu'ici représenté par (nom) , 
à titre de procureur, a l'intention d'agir en son propre nom. 



(date) (nom, adresse et numéro de 

telephone de la partie ayant 
l'intention d'agir en son 
propre nom) 



DESTINATAIRES : (nom et adresse de l'ancien procureur) 



(noms et adresses des procureurs des 
autres parties, ou les noms et adresses 
des autres parties) 

Règl. de l'Ont. 221/86, art. 1, disp. 30, en partu 



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31. La formule 56A est abrogée et remplacée par ce qui suit : 

FORMULE 56A 
ORDONNANCE DE CAUTIONNEMENT POUR DÉPENS 

(n° du dossier de la cour) 
(tribunal) 

(nom du juge ou du protonotaire) (jour et date de l'ordonnance) 
(sceau de la cour) (intitulé de l'instance) 

ORDONNANCE DE CAUTIONNEMENT POUR DÉPENS 
(Énoncé conformément à la formule 59A) 

1. LE TRIBUNAL ORDONNE que dans un délai de jours 

de la signification de la présente ordonnance au demandeur (ou 
requérant^, celui-ci consigne au tribunal (ou auprès de (nom) ) 

la somme de $ à titre de cautionnement pour dépens 

relativement à la présente instance. 

(S'il est ordonné à un demandeur ou à un requérant de fournir 
le cautionnement pour dépens sous une autre forme, donner la 
description du cautionnement requis et modifier la formule de 
l'ordonnance en conséquence.) 

2. LE TRIBUNAL ORDONNE que, jusqu'à ce que le cautionnement 
requis par la présente ordonnance ait été remis, le demandeur 
(ou requérant^ ne puisse pas prendre de mesures dans cette 
instance, sauf un appel de la présente ordonnance (ou selon ce 
qui est ordonné) . 

(signature du juge, de l'officier 

de justice ou du greffier) 

RègJ. de l'Ont. 221/86, art. 1, disp. 31. 



J2. La formule 60 A est modifiée par adjonction, avant le dernier paragraphe, du para- 
graphe suivant : 

(Si cela est pertinent, ajouter : Le présent bref est déli\Té afin d'exécuter une ordonnance alimentaire.; 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 222/86 2113 



34. La formule 60B est modifiée par adjonction, après le dernier paragraphe, du para- 
graphe suivant : 

(Si cela est pertinent, ajouter : Le présent bref est délivré afin d'exécuter une ordonnance alimentaire.^ 

35. La formule 60G est modifiée par adjonction, après le premier paragraphe, du para- 
graphe suivant : 

(Si cela est pertinent, ajouter : Le présent avis de saisie-arrêt est délivré afin d'exécuter une ordonnance 
alimentaire.^ 

36. Le tarif A est modifié par adjonction du point suivant : 

18a. Saisie ou saisie-exécution en vertu d'un bref d'exécution ou d'un a\-is de saisie-arrêt 25 $ 

Le liquidateur des dépens peut majorer les honoraires. 

2 (1) Le présent règlement, à l'exception des dispositions 8, 9, 13, 15 et 17 de l'article 1, 
entre en vigueur le 5 mai 1986. 

(2) Les dispositions 8, 9, 13, 15 et 17 de l'article 1 entrent en vigueur lejour où la Loi </e/ 9*6 
sur le divorce (Canada) entre en vigueur. 



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19 



EDUCATION ACT 

O. Reg. 222/86. 
Ontario Teacher's Qualifications. 
Made— .\pril 22nd, 1986. 
Approved — April 24th, 1986. 
Filed— April 2Sth, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 269 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

EDUCATION Acrr 

1. Clause 2 (e) of Regulation 269 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
is revoked and the following substi- 
tuted therefor: 

(e) in the case of a person who was not born in 
Canada, the basis upon which the candidate 
in present in Canada; 

2. Clause 3 (^) of the said Regulation is 
revoked. 

3. Subsection 4 (3) of the said Regulation 
is amended by striking out "8" in the 
first line. 

4. Clause 5 (ft ) of the said Regulation is 
revoked. 



751 



5. Sections 7, 8 and 9 of the said Regula- 
tion are revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor: 

7.— (1) Where, 

(a) the dean of a coUege or faculty of education 
or the director of a school of education in 
Ontario at the time of making a report under 
section 3, 6, 10 or 12; or 

(b ) the dean of the Faculty of Ekiucation of the 
University of Ottawa or the director of the 
School of Education of Laurentian Univer- 
sity of Sudbur>- at the time of making a report 
under section 5, 

is of the opinion from the information provided under 
section 2 by the candidate in respect of whom the 
report is to be made, that the candidate is not entitled 
under the laws of Canada to obtain employment in 
education in Canada, the dean or director at the time 
of making the report shall so inform the Minister. 

(2) Where the Minister is informed as set out in sub- 
section (1), the Minister may refuse to grant the certifi- 
cate and record card referred to in section 3, 5 or 6 or 
in subsection 12 (2), as the case may be, or may with- 
hold the Provisional Letter of Standing referred to in 
section 10 or its extension under subsection 12 (1), until 
the candidate provides proof to the Minister that the 
candidate is entitled under the laws of Canada to 
obtain emplo>Tnent in education in Canada. O. Reg. 
222/86, s. 5. 

6.— (1) Subsection 12 (2) of the said Reg- 
ulation is amended by striking out 



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"and" at the end of clause (b) and by 
adding "and" at the end of clause (a ). 

(2) Clause 12 (2) (c) of the said Regulation 
is revoked. 

7. Section 13 of the said Regulation is 
revoked. 

8. Clause 14 (e) of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

(e ) where the candidate is not a Canadian citizen 
or a permanent resident of Canada, evidence 
that the candidate is entitled under the laws 
of Canada to obtain employment in Canada 
as a teacher; 

9. Clause 18 (a ) of the said Regulation is 
revoked. 

10.— (1) Subsection 18a (2) of the said 
Regulation, as made by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 417/81, is revoked. 

(2) Clause 18a (3) (a) of the said Regula- 
tion, as made by section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 417/81, is revoked. 

(3) Subsection 18a (4) of the said Regula- 
tion, as made by section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 417/81, is revoked. 

11. Clause 19 (a) of the said Regulation is 
revoked. 

12. Subsection 20 (1) (6) of the said Regu- 
lation is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 

(b) is not a Canadian 'citizen or a permanent 
resident of Canada, but that the candidate is 
entitled under the laws of Canada to obtain 
employment in Canada as a teacher; 

13. Subsection 20 (2) of the said Regula- 
tion is revoked. 

14. Section 21 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) is not a Canadian citizen or a permanent 
resident of Canada, but that the candidate is 
entitled under the laws of Canada to obtain 
employment in Canada as a teacher. 



15. Clause 22 (1) (c) of the said Regulation 
is revoked and the following substi- 
tuted therefor: 

(c) is not a Canadian citizen or a permanent 
resident of Canada, but that the candidate is 
entitled under the laws of Canada to obtain 
employment in Canada as a teacher; and 

16. Subsection 22 (2) of the said Regula- 
tion is revoked. 

17. Section 22a of the said Regulation, as 
made by section 1 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 111/86, 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) is not a Canadian citizen or a permanent 
resident of Canada, but that the candidate is 
entitled under the laws of Canada to obtain 
employment in Canada as a teacher, 

18.— (1) Subsection 22c (1) of the said 
Regulation, as made by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 111/86, is amended 
by adding "and" at the end of clause 
(b). 

(2) Clause 22c (1) ic) of the said Regula- 
tion, as made by section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 111/86, is revoked. 

(3) Subsection 22c (2) of the said Regula- 
tion, as made by section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 111/86, is revoked. 

19. Section 23 of the said Regulation is 
revoked. 

20. Section 23a of the said Regulation, as 
made by section 1 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 111/86, is revoked. 

21.— (1) Subsection 24 (3) of the said Reg- 
ulation is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 

(3) A person who holds an interim certificate refer- 
red to in subsection (1) continues to be qualified to 
teach in accordance with the certificate that he holds 
until the date to which the certificate is valid as shown 
thereon and the person may upon application be j 
granted by the Minister an Ontario Teacher's Certifi- i 
cate in Form 1 and an Ontario Teacher's Qualifica- ; 
tions Record Card in Form 2 that indicates the qualifi- | 
cations that he or she holds. O. Reg. 222/86, s. 21(1). 



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I 



(2) Subsection 24 (4) of the said Regula- 
tion is amended by striking out "and 
who is a Canadian citizen" in the sec- 
ond and third lines. 



22. Clause 25 (2) (b) of the said Regulation 
is revoked and the following substi- 
tuted therefor: 



{b) is not a Canadian citizen or a permanent 
resident of Canada, but that the candidate is 
entitled under the laws of Canada to obtain 
employment in Canada as a teacher; 



23. Form 3 of the said Regulation is 

amended by striking out " 

(Canadian Citizen or Permanent 
Resident)" in the fifth line. 



24. Form 3a of the said Regulation is 

amended by striking out " 

(citoyen canadien ou résident [>erma- 
nent)" in the fifth line. 



25. Form 7 of the said Regulation is 
amended by striking out "Status in 
Canada (citizen or i>ermanent resi- 
dent) " 

in the ninth line. 



26. Form 7a of the said Regulation is 
amended by striking out "Statut au 
Canada (citoyen ou résident (jerma- 

nent) " 

in the ninth line. 



Sean Conway 
Minister of Education 

Dated at Toronto, this 22nd day of April, 1986. 



PESTICIDES ACT 

O. Reg. 223/86. 

General. 

Made— April 24th, 1986. 

Filed— April 25th, 1986. 



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REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 751 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

PESTICIDES ACT 

1.— (1) Section 20 of Regulation 751 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
is amended by striking out "and" at the 
end of clause (e), by adding "and" at 
the end of the clause ( /) and by adding 
thereto the following clause: 

Cg) the pesticides described in subsection (2) are 
classified as interim status pesticides. 

(2) The said section 20 is further amended 
by adding thereto the following sub- 
sections: 

(2) An interim status pesticide is a pesticide that is, 

(a) registered and assigned a registration number 
under the Pest Control Products Act (Cana- 
da); and 

(ft) listed in The Ontario Gazette as a proposed 
addition to a specified Schedule to this Reg- 
ulation. 

(3) For the purposes of clause (2) (b), a pesticide is 
deemed to be not listed if, 

(a) a revocation of the listing is published in The 
Ontario Gazette; 

(b) eighteen months have expired since the list- 
ing was published in The Ontario Gazette; or 

(c) the listed pesticide is placed in a Schedule to 
this Regulation. 

(4) Ever\- person using, storing, displaying, selling 
or transporting an interim status pesticide as if it were 
a pesticide in the Schedule specified in The Ontario 
Gazette is exempt from the Act and this Regulation 
for that use, storage, display, sale or transportation. 
O. Reg. 223/86, s. 1 (2). 



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HEALTH DISCIPLINES ACT 

O. Reg. 224/86. 
Parcost C.D.I. 
Made— April 24th, 1986. 
Filed— April 25th, 1986. 



O. Reg. 224/86 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 839/84 

MADE UNDER THE 

HEALTH DISCIPLINES ACT 

1. — (1) The Schedule to Ontario Regulation 839/84 is amended by revoking, 



"Ibuprofen 600mg Tab (1) 



Ibuprofen 400mg Tab (1) 



Ibuprofen 300mg Tab (1) 



Ibuprofen 200mg Tab (1) 



585114 Apo-Ibuprofen 

606227 Ibuprofen 

484911 Motrin 

606219 Ibuprofen 

506052 Apo-Ibuprofen 

364142 Motrin 

441651 Apo-Ibuprofen 

606200 Ibuprofen 

327794 Motrin 

441643 Apo-Ibuprofen 

606197 Ibuprofen 

252409 Motrin 



APX 


.2600 


KNR 


.2645 


UPJ 


.3115 


KNR 


.1945 


APX 


.2000 


UPJ 


.2225 


APX 


.1320 


KNR 


.1392 


UPJ 


.1637 


APX 


.1080 


KNR 


.1134 


UPJ 


.1342 



on page 3581 under the heading "28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs" and sub- 
heading "28:08:00 Analgesics" and substituting therefor: 

"Ibuprofen 600mg Tab (1) 

Ibuprofen 400mg Tab (1) 

Ibuprofen 300mg Tab (1) 

Ibuprofen 20Gmg Tab (1) 

(2) The said Schedule is further amended by revoking "Nomifensine Maleate 50mg Cap 
(1) 471437 Méritai HOE .2906, Nomifensine Maleate 25mg Cap (1) 471445 Méritai 
HOE .1696" on page 3589 under the heading "28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs" 
and sub-heading "28:16:04 Psychotherapeutic Agents Antidepressants". 



606227 
484911 


Ibuprofen 
Motrin 


KNR 
UPJ 


.2645 
.3115 


606219 
364142 


Ibuprofen 
Motrin 


KNR 
"UPJ 


.1945 
.2225 


606200 
327794 


Ibuprofen 
Motrin 


KNR 

UPJ 


.1392 
.1637 


606197 
252409 


Ibuprofen 
Motrin 


KNR 
UPJ 


.1134 
.1342 



(3) The said Schedule is further amended by revoking 
"♦Folic Acid 5mg Tab (1) 



094617 


Folic Acid 


DTC 


.0300 


014966 


Folvite 


LED 


.0340 


284149 


Folic Acid-ICN 


ICN 


.0347 


021466 


Novofolacid 


NOP 


.0400 


426849 


Apo-Folic 


APX 


.0420 


003492 


Folic Acid 


AHA 


.0622" 



I 



754 



O. Reg. 224/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 226/86 2117 



on page 3661 under the heading "88:00 Vitamins" and sub-heading "88:08 Vitamins B" 
and substituting therefor: 

"Folic Acid 5mg Tab (1) 



094617 


Folic Acid 


DTC 


0.0300 


014966 


Foh-ite 


LED 


0.0340 


284149 


Folic Acid 


ICN 


0.0347 


021466 


Novofolacid 


NOP 


0.0400 


426849 


Apo-Folic 


APX 


0.0420 


003492 


Folic Acid 


AHA 


0.0622' 



2. A reference in this Regulation to any page number is a reference to that page (foot 
pagination) in The Ontario Gazette dated the 19th day of January, 1985. 



(8639) 



19 



LAND TITLES ACT 

O. Reg. 225/86. 
Forms. Records and Procedures. 
Made — .-^pril 24th, 1986. 
Filed— .\pri] 25th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 75/82 

MADE UNDER THE 

LAND TITLES ACT 

1. Subsection \2b (4) of Ontario Regula- 
tion 75/82, as made by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 133/85, is amended 
by adding thereto the following para- 
graph: 

3. The Municipal Tax Sales Act, 1984. 



(8640) 



19 



REGISTRY ACT 

O. Reg. 226/86. 
Forms and Records. 
Made— .\pril 24th, 1986. 
Filed— April 25th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 896 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

REGISTRY ACT 

1. Subsection 19a (9) of Regulation 896 
of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1980, as remade by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 135/85, is amended 
by adding thereto the following para- 
graph: 

3. The Municipal Tax Sales Act, 1984. 

(8641) 19 





CORRECTION 










o. 


Reg. 201/86 amending Regulation 817 of R.R.O. 


1980, 


published April 


26th 


, 1986. 




Item 1 of Schedule 50 should have read as follows: 












1. 


Fail to register as interjurisdictional carrier 








clause 3 (6) (a) 


(8653) 












19 



755 



O. Reg. 227/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 229/86 2185 



Publications Under The Regulations Act 



Mav 17th, 1986 



PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 
DEVELOPME.NT ACT 

O. Reg. 227/86. 

Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto, 

Borough of Etobicoke (now the City of 

Etobicoke). 
Made— .\pri] 21st. 1986. 
Filed— April 28th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 478/73 

MADE UNDER THE 

PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 

DEVELOPMENT ACT 

1. Paragraph (iv) of section 2 of Ontario 
Regulation 478/73, as remade by sub- 
section 1 (3) of Ontario Regulation 
544/79 and amended by subsection 1 
(2) of Ontario Regulation 506/82, is 
further amended by adding thereto the 
following subparagraph: 

2. Lot 8 on Registered Plan 28. 

G. M. F.ARROW 

Assistant Deputy Minister 

Community Planning Wing 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 21st day of April, 1986. 



(8642) 



20 



P.\RKW.\Y BELT PL.\.N.MNG .\ND 
DEVELOP.MENT .\CT 

O. Reg. 228/86. 

County of VVentworth (now The Regional 
Municipalit\ of Hamilton-Wentworth), 
Township of West Flam borough (now 
the Township of Flam bo rough). 

Made— .\pril 25th, 1986. 

Filed— .\pril 28th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 484/73 

MADE UNDER THE 

PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 

DEVELOPMENT ACT 



1. Subsection 35 (1) of Ontario Regula- 
tion 484/73, as made by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 528/85, is amended 
by striking out "Minimum front yard 
9 metres" where it appears and insert- 
ing in lieu thereof "Minimum front 
yard 8.5 metres". 

G. M. F.ARROW 

Assistant Deputy Minister 

Community Planning Wing 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 25th day of .\pril, 1986. 

(8643) 20 

PLANNING -\CT, 1983 

O. Reg. 229/86. 

Restricted .\reas — Territorial District 

of Sudbur> . 
Made— .April 18th. 1986. 
Filed— .\pril 28th. 1986. 



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: 

68. — (1) In addition to the existing dweUing and 
repair garage, an automobile wrecking yard may be 
erected and used on the land described in subsection 
(2) if the following requirements are met: 

Minimum front yard 400 metres 

Minimum side and rear 

yards 60 metres 

.\ barrier. 2-metres in 
height, to obstruct \n- 
sion, is erected along a 
line parallel to the front 
lot line and 400 metres 
from the front lot line. 

(2) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land in 
the geographic Township of Burwash in the Terri- 
torial District of Sudbury, being Parcel 6614 S.E.S. in 



757 



2186 O. Reg. 229/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 231/86 



the Land Registry Office for the Land Titles Division 
of Sudbury (No. S3). 

Pauline Morris 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 18th day of April, 1986. 



(8644) 



20 



PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 230/86. 

Restricted Areas — County of Simcoe, 

Township of Nottawasaga. 
Made— April 23rd, 1986. 
Filed— April 28th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 675 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1970 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

1. Regulation 675 of Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1970 is amended by adding 
thereto the following section: 

228. — (1) In this section, 

"front lot line" means the lot line adjoining the original 
road allowance between concessions VI and VII in 
the Township of Nottawasaga in the County of 
Simcoe; 

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

"side lot line" means a lot line other than a front or rear 
lot hne. 

(2) A single-family dwelling and buildings and 
structures accessory thereto may be erected and used 
on the land described in subsection (3) if the following 
requirements are met: 

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



Minimum distance 
between any building or 
structure and a side lot 
line 



7.6 metres 



3 metres on one side 

and 
1.2 metres on the other 

side 



Maximum height of 
single-family dwelling 

Minimum ground floor 
area of single-family 
dwelling 



9. 1 metres 



one storey — 93 square 

metres 

one and one-half storeys 

or more — 69.8 square 

metres 



(3) This section applies to that parcel of land in the 
Township of Nottawasaga in the County of Simcoe, 
being that part of Lot 38 in Concession VII described 
as Part 1 on a Plan deposited in the Land Registry 
Office for the Registry Division of Simcoe (No. 51) as 
Number 51R-14247. O. Reg. 230/86, s. 1. 

L. J. FiNCHAM 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

Central and Southwest 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 23rd day of April, 1986. 



(8645) 



20 . 



ONTARIO YOUTH EMPLOYMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 231/86. 

General. 

Made— April 24th, 1986. 

Filed— April 29th, 1986. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
ONTARIO YOUTH EMPLOYMENT ACT 

GENERAL 

1. In this Regulation, 

"business" includes any activity whether or not the 
activity is carried on for the purpose of profit or 
gain; 

"business location" means the premises, office, fac- 
tory, farm or place of business of the employer at 
which an employee hired under the Program will 
be performing work; 

"eligible position" means work experience offered by 
an eligible employer that qualifies for a subsidy 
under the Program; 

"farm" means land devoted to the primary production 
of eggs, milk, grain, seeds, fruit, vegetables, maple 
products, honey, tobacco, pigs, cattle, sheep or 
poultry; 

"period of eligibility" means the period from and J 
including the 14th day of April, 1986, to and] 
including the 18th day of October, 1986; 



758 



O. Reg. 231/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2187 



"Program" means the Ontario Youth Emplo\-ment 
Program. 1986. O. Reg. 231/86, s. 1. 

2. The Ontario Youth EmpIo>Tnent Program. 1986 
;- hereby established for the period of eligibility. 
O. Reg. 231/86, s. 2. 

3. — ( 1) An application by an employer for approval 
under the Program shall be in Form 1. 

U) .\ separate application under subsection (1) shall 
be made for each business location at which employ- 
ment is offered under the Program. 

(3) In considering an application for approval of an 
employer, the Minister shall take into consideration, 

(a ) whether or not the employee will be pro\nded 
with work experience or skills that will better 
equip the employee for full-time participation i 
in the labour market; 

(6) an equitable distribution of grant funds 
among all areas of Ontario; 

(c) an equitable distribution of grant funds 
between farms and other businesses in each 
area in Ontario; 

(d) in respect of emplo\Tnent during the period of 
eligibility other than emploN-ment on a farm, 
whether or not the emploNTnent is offered for 
twent>-five or more hours per week during 
each week of employment and for at least 
eight consecutive weeks up to a maximum of 
twenty consecutive weeks; 

(e ) in respect of emplo>Tnent during the period of 
eligjbiUty on a farm, whether or not the 
employment is offered for at least 200 hours; 

(/) whether or not the employer has been 
actively engaged in business or farming at the 
business location at which emplo>Tnent is 
offered in Ontario, for at least one year 
immediately prior to the 14th day of April, 
1986; 

(g) whether or not the emplo>Tnent that is 
offered by the employer under the Program is 
in addition to employment that is normally 
pro\ided by the employer at the business 
location for which the grant is being applied 
and does not result in the dismissal, lay-off or 
reduction in regular hours or periods of work 
of an> existing emplo\ ee of the employer; and 

(A) the date of the application and the availa- 
bility of funds under the Program. O. Reg. 

231/86, s. 3. 



4. — ( 1) A claim for a grant under the Program shall 
only be made by an employer who is approved under 
the Program. 



(2) A claim for a grant imder the Program shall be in 
Form 2. 

(3) Where a claim for a grant is completed except for 
that portion of the claim that is required to be signed 
by the employee, the Minister may pay a grant under 
the Program if the Minister is satisfied that, 

(a) the employer has other^vise met all the 
requirements of the Act and this Regulation: 

(6) the statements and information contained in 
the claim regarding the employee, including 
the number of hours worked by the employee 
to and including the date that the claim is 
made, are true and correct in all respects; 

(r ) the employee has been paid in respect of the 
hours worked by the employee during the 
period of eligibility; and 

(</) all reasonable efforts have been made by the 
employer to obtain the employee's signa- 
ture. O. Reg. 231/86, s. 4. 

5. — ( 1) It is a term and condition for the pa\-ment of 
a grant that where the empIo>ee in respect of whom a 
grant is applied for, 

(a ) is not a student under eighteen years of age; 
and 

(fr) is not an employee who is required to be paid 
a minimum wage under section 9 of Regula- 
tion 285 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1980 (General), 

that the employer pay the employee at least S4 per 
hour for each hour that the employee works for the 
employer during the period of eligibility. 

(2) It is a term and condition for the pav'ment of a 
grant that where the employee in respect of whom a 
grant is applied for, 

(a ) is a student under eighteen years of age; and 

(fr) is not an employee who is required to be paid 
a minimum wage under section 9 of Regula- 
tion 285 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1980, 

that the employer pay the employee at least $3.15 per 
hour for each hour that the employee works for the 
employer during the period of eligibiht>-. 

(3) Subsections (1) and (2) do not apply to an 
employee who is employed on a farm and the employ- 
ment is directly related to the primar>- production 
of eggs, milk, grain, seeds, fruit, vegetables, maple 
products, honey, tobacco, pigs, cattle, sheep or poul- 
tr>-. 

(4) Subsections (1) and (2) do not apply to a student 
who is. 



759 



2188 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 231/86 



(a) employed in a recreational program operated I 
by a charitable organization registered as a 
charity under Part I of the Income Tax Act 
(Canada); 

(b) employed to instruct or supervise children; or 

(c) employed at a camp for children. 

(5) It is a term and condition for the payment of a 
grant that an employer pay to an employee referred to 
in subsection (3) or clause (4) (a), (b) or (c), at least 
$1.25 per hour for each hour that the employee works 
for the employer during the period of eligibility. 
O. Reg. 231/86, s. 5. 



6. No grant shall be paid under the Program to an 
employer, 

(a) who receives or is entitled to receive from the 
Government of Canada, the government of 
any province or territory of Canada or a 
municipality in Ontario, any other grant, 
subsidy or other funding given specifically 
for or related directly to the salary or wages 
of an employee hired or to be hired under the 
Program; 

(b) who requires an employee to, 

(i) perform work as a security guard, 

(ii) work as part of a temporary office 
service, 

(iii) work as part of a maid service, or 

(iv) perform work similar to work 
described in subclauses (i) to (iii), 

at a place of business other than the 
employer's business location; or 

(c) where the employer is a partnership and the 
employee hired or to be hired under the Pro- 
gram has an interest in the partnership or is 
related to any person with an interest in the 
partnership. O. Reg. 231/86, s. 6. 



7. The rate of interest for the purposes of section 9 
of the Act shall be 11 per cent per annum. O. Reg. 

231/86, s. 7. 



8. — (1) Upon receipt of a claim, the Minister may 
pay a grant to an eligible employer in the amount of 
$1.25 an hour for each hour approved in the applica- 
tion of the claimant that an eligible employee has 
worked and been paid by the employer during the 
period of eligibility where, 

(a) the employee was employed for at least 
twenty-five hours a week during each week 
of employment under the Program and the 
employment was given for eight or more 
consecutive weeks during the period of 
eligibility; 

(b) the employee was resident and worked in 
Ontario during the period of eligibility; 

(c) the employee was at least fifteen years of age 
but had not yet attained the age of twenty- 
five years on the 14th day of April, 1986; and 

(d) the employer is not a related person, within 
the meaning of subsection 4 (2) of the Act. 

(2) No grant shall be paid under subsection (1), 

(a) in respect of an eligible employee, except for 
an eligible employee employed on a farm, for 
hours worked in excess of forty hours per 
week; 

(b) in respect of all eligible employees employed 
by an employer at one business location for 
more than 4,000 total hours of employment; 
and 

(c) in respect of each eligible position of an 
employer, except for each eligible employee 
employed on a farm, for more than twenty 
weeks of employment. « 

(3) Clause (1) (a) does not apply where an employee 
through no fault of the employer leaves or is unable to 
complete the employment during the period nf eligi- 
bility before having completed twenty-five or more 
hours a week of employment or eight or more consecu- 
tive weeks of employment. O. Reg. 231/86, s. 8. 

9. A person required to make a return under section 
5 of the Act shall make the return in the form required 
by the Minister within thirty days after receiving 
notice from the Minister that the person is required to 
make a return. O. Reg. 231/86, s. 9. 

10. Ontario Regulation 176/85 is revoked. 



760 



O. Reg. 231/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



Form 1 



2189 



Ontario Youth Employment Act 



Ministry of 
Skills 
Developme It 

Ministère de la 

Formation 

professionnelle 



Ontario Youth 

Employment 

Program 

Programme 
d'emploi pour les 
jeunes de l'Ontario 



TOulTi erT\ptovment Serv 
I2lh Floor 
777 Bav Street 
Toronto, Ontario 
M5G 2E5 

Telephone: 

1 800 387 1290 (Toll Fn 

585-7399 - Toronto 



1986 Application 
Demande 1986 



Office Use Only/Ré 



Application Deadline Date is June 6, 1986 or Earlier if Funds Committed. 

La date limite pour faire la demande est le 6 juin, 1986, ou avant si les fonds sont épuisés. 




File No, r» 


O de dossier 






Name and Address O* E-^Oiove' 
Nom et 3dre*se de lempioyeur 


Changament de nom ou d'adresse 


Municipal Code/Code Municipal 
















N** d'enregistrement d 


'-" 


1 Parent Corporation 
If vou are a franctiise subsidiary of another business, provide the name 1 
of the parent corporation m this spare | 
Si vous êtes en franchise ou une filiale, veuillez indiquer le nom de la j 
maison mère dans l'espace à droit i 


Main Product or Servie 
Principal produit ou se 


Nature of Operation 
Nature de l'enfepfise 

1 1 Service [ ] Construction 1 1 Farmjr>g | | Non-Prof. t 


.„.„. 


Status of Employer 
Statut de l'employeur 

□ k-^nt-:».. 


No. of Years m Business at Employment Location 
Nombra d'années de l'entreprise à 
l'emplacement présent 






1 1 Finance [ 1 Retail 1 1 Manufacturing 

1 1 Finances ' ' Vente au d«a<l !— ' Secteur meoufactur.er 


No. of present staf 




P.e,nVem*ps 




Te":ùro'.,.,. 


j 1 Trade 1 ; TranBPortaton [ 1 Other i$pec.*yl 

1 1 Commerce 1 1 Transports i J Autre type d entreprise 


n î!^''"" 






Location of employment, if different from address above 


Ho. of Employees Hired under 1985 Y E P 
Nombre d'employés engagés en vertu de ce pre 


gramm*. 


en 1985 








.. _. 1 „.. ! 






«Only 


: NO of 1 "*wk»' p^ rtk ^„ „^ 


Réservé a 


Joo Description or created posn'on 
Description (de*> da lemploMt) crééis) 


EmpievcM 


de d"heure« 1 g,,.,,. 






























































































Nota: Claim Payment Wiil Not Exceed Approval Amount 
La subvention n'excédera pas le montant approuvé 


















Expected Stan Date of Employees, Date préwuedéngaeement de l'amplovrf(e) 


Total Approved Emptoyaes ^ 
Noiftire total approuvé d'employâs 




Total Approved 
Man Hours 
Nombre total 
approuvé heures 
hommes 






Off «e Use Only 
Reserve au Burseu 








Date 


Remarque: Ne pas embaucher qui que ce soit ava 
l'approbation de la demande. 


It 


Municipal Code 
Code Municipal 













I Declare that I Uitderstaitd aixl will comply with the Terms of the Program as Provided in the 1986 Program Guidelines Booklet. 

Je déclare avoir compris les dispositions du programme spécifiées dans le livret des directives du programme de 1 986 et je promets de m'y 

conformer. 







Tiir 


nne autorisée a 


Signer 


12. Name and Tule (Pi 
Nom et titre (en Jet 


"" '"°- 


leés'""' 


1 4. Date 








Sign 


ature de U p 






11. Nam 


e of Owner / 




T du propriétair 




1 3. Name of Contact / 




c,.r 


Telephone 

include Ar 
Res. Rés 

Bus./Bu. 


a Code 


'e?co 


:1e téliphone 
de ragiona. 









652 lOl/l») 

Return White Copy and Yellow Copy, Keep Pink / Renvoyez la copie blanche et la copie jaune, gardez la copie rose. 



O. Reg. 231/86. Form L 



761 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 231/86 






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O. Reg. 232/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2191 



RETAIL SALES TAX ACT 

O. Reg. 232/86. 

General. 

Made— April 24th, 1986. 

Filed— April 30th. 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 904 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

RETAIL SALES TAX ACT 

1. — (1) Section 1 of Regulation 904 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, 
as amended by section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 91/81, section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 586/81, section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 813/81, section 1 
of Ontario Regulation 167/82, section 
1 of Ontario Regulation 168/82, sec- 
tion 1 of Ontario Regulation 342/82, 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
634/82, section 1 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 731/82, section 1 of Ontario Reg- 
ulation 334/83, section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 619/83, section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 8/84, section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 591/84 and section 
1 of Ontario Regulation 311/85, is 
further amended by adding thereto the 
following paragraph: 

lia. "community college" means a college of 
applied arts and technolog> that offers prog- 
rams of instruction in day or evening courses 
for full-time or part-time students in one or 
more fields of vocational, technological, gen- 
eral and recreational education and training; 

(2) Paragraph 46 of the said section 1, as 
remade by subsection 1 (9) of Ontario 
Regulation 634/82, is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 

46. "prepared food products" means meals, 
lunches, food products sold hot and other 
arrangements of food purchased from an 
eating establishment for consumption on or 
off the premises where the food is sold and 
includes non-alcoholic beverages sold with or 
without other prepared food products and 
soft drinks sold with prepared food products 
as part of a single transaction at a total price 
that exceeds one dollar; 

(3) Paragraph 61a of the said section 1, as 
remade bv subsection 1 (7) of Ontario 



Regulation 619/83, is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 

61a. "university" means a post-secondar> educa- 
tional institution that is, by an Act of the 
Assembly, authorized to grant degrees and 
includes a college of agricultural technolog>- 
and R>erson Polytechnical Institute and. for 
the purposes of section 19, includes a com- 
munity college; 

2. Section 2 of the said Regulation, as 
remade by section 2 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 311/85, is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

2. For the purpose of clause (c) of paragraph 2 1 of 
section 1 of the Act, 

(a) "install" includes the erection or assembly of 
tangible personal property; and 

ib) "maintain" includes the assumption of a 
contractual obligation to maintain tangible 
personal property. O. Reg. 232/86. s. 2. 

3. Section 12 of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

12. — (1) Ever> vendor shall state and charge the tax 
to be collected on each taxable sale separately from the 
sale price and shall show the tax separately from the 
sale price on any record, receipt, bill, invoice, ticket or 
other document kept or issued by the vendor. 

(2) A vendor is not required to indicate in adver- 
tisements or in any quotation of price with respect to a 
sale of tangible personal property or a taxable service 
or admission to a place of amusement, the fact that tax 
will be added to the price. 

(3) Where a vendor, other than a vendor who has 
been authorized by the Minister under subsection 
38 (2) of the Act to use tax-included pricing, quotes a 
price for an article of tangible personal property, for a 
taxable service or for admission to a place of amuse- 
ment without reference to the tax payable, the price 
quoted is the fair value on which the tax payable 
by the purchaser shall be calculated and collected. 

(4) A vendor who has been authorized by the 
Minister under subsection 38 (2) of the .Act to use tax- 
included pricing is not required to state the tax to be 
collected on each taxable sale separately from the sale 
price or to show the tax separately from the sale price 
on any record, receipt, bill, invoice, ticket or other 
document kept or issued by the vendor in accordance 
with subsection (1). 

(5) A vendor referred to in subsection (4) shall 
specif\ the rate or the amount of tax payable by the 
purchaser under the Act with respect to each taxable 
sale by posting a sign in a prominent location at the 



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vendor's place of business or by distributing written 
notification incorporated in a price list or menu. 
O. Reg. 232/86, s. 3. 



4. Subsection 19 (6) of the said Regula- 
tion, as remade by section 4 of Ontario 
Regulation 311/85, is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 

(6) The Minister may, upon receipt of evidence 
satisfactory to the Minister, rebate to a person who is 
not a resident of Ontario the tax paid on the lodging 
portion of transient accommodation occupied by that 
person on or after the 16th day of May, 1984 and 
before the 7th day of January, 1986, and no interest 
shall be paid on the rebate. O. Reg. 232/86, s. 4. 



5.— (1) Subsection 32 (1) of the said Reg- 
ulation, as made by section 2 of 
Ontario Regulation 140/81 and 
amended by section 6 of Ontario Reg- 
ulation 591/84, is further amended by 
striking out "and" at the end of clause 
(b). 

(2) Clause 32 (1) (c) of the said Regula- 
tion, as made by subsection 6 (2) of 
Ontario Regulation 591/84, is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

(c) "spouse" has the meaning given to that 
expression b>' section 29 of the Family Law 
Act, 1986; 



(3) The said subsection 32 (1) is further 
amended by adding thereto the fol- 
lowing clauses: 

(d) "purchase" includes a lease, "purchaser" 
includes a lessee and "purchasing" includes 
leasing; and 

(e) "long term lease" means a lease of a vehicle 
for a term of twelve months or longer. 



(4) Subsection 32 (2) of the said Regula- 
tion, as made by section 2 of Ontario 
Regulation 140/81, is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 



(2) The Minister may, upon receipt of an applica- 
tion in writing therefor, rebate to the pur- 
chaser of a motor vehicle the tax paid under the Act on 
the purchase where the Minister is satisfied that the 
purchaser and registered owner or the lessee under a 
long term lease of the motor vehicle, 



(a) is a person with a permanent physical hand- 
icap or a person who, for medical reasons 
that do not render the person a person with a 
permanent physical handicap, is perma- 
nently and seriously restricted in his or her 
personal mobility, and is purchasing the 
motor vehicle for the person's own use; 

{b) is a member of the family of a person with a 
permanent physical handicap who does not 
own a motor vehicle and is purchasing the 
vehicle to provide transportation to the per- 
son with a permanent physical handicap of 
whose family the purchaser is a member; or 

(c) is a religious, charitable or non-profit organi- 
zation and is purchasing the motor vehicle to 
be used principally to transport persons with 
a permanent physical handicap. O. Reg. 

232/86, s. 5 (4). 

(5) Section 32 of the said Regulation, as 
made by section 2 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 140/81 and amended by section 1 
of Ontario Regulation 718/81 and sec- 
tion 6 of Ontario Regulation 591/84, is 
further amended by adding thereto the 
following subsection: 

(4a) A claim for a rebate under this section by an 
applicant who is leasing a vehicle under a long term 
lease shall not be made more than once in a twelve 
month period. O. Reg. 232/86, s. 5 (S). 

6. The said Regulation is amended by 
adding thereto the following section: 

33. — (1) The Minister may rebate to a person who 
has received a refund of tax paid under the Excise Tax 
Act (Canada) on tangible personal property purchased 
by the person, the retail sales tax paid on the portion of 
the fair value of the tangible personal property repre- 
sented by the amount of the excise tax refund received 
under the Excise Tax Act (Canada). 

(2) No rebate shall be made under subsection (1) 
where the tangible personal property was purchased 
by any person other than the person claiming the 
rebate under this section and no interest shall be paid 
on the rebate. 



(3) No rebate under this section shall be made 
unless an application in writing therefor is made by the 
purchaser of the tangible personal property withi 
three years from the date of payment of the refuni 
made under the Excise Tax Act (Canada) with respect 
to which the rebate is claimed and there is furnished to 
the Minister in support of the application, all informa- 
tion that the Minister considers necessary to estabhsh 
the eligibilit\- of the applicant for the rebate claimed. 
O. keg. 232/86, s. 6. 



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— (1) Section 2 of this Regulation shall 
be deemed to have come into force on 
the 14th day of June, 1982. 



(2) Section 4 of this Regulation shall be 
deemed to have come into force on the 
31st dav of December, 1985. 



(3) Subsection 1 (2) of this Regulation 
shall be deemed to have come into 
force on the 7th day of January, 1986. 

(4) Subsection 5 (2) of this Regulation 
shall be deemed to have come into 
force on the 1st day of March, 1986. 



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MUNICIPAL TAX SALES ACT, 1984 

O. Reg. 233/86. 
Municipal Tax Sales Rules. 
Made— April 24th, 1986. 
Filed— April 30th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 444/85 

MADE UNDER THE 

MUNICIPAL TAX SALES ACT, 1984 



LOI DE 1984 SUR LES VENTES POUR 
IMPÔTS MUNICIPAUX 

Règl. de l'Ont. 233/86 

Règles concernant les ventes pour 

impôts municipaux 
Pris : le 24 avril 1986 
Déposé : le 30 avril 1986 

RÈGLEMENT PORTANT 
MODIFICATION DU RÈGLEMENT 

DE L'ONTARIO 444/85 PRIS EN 

APPLICATION DE LA LOI DE 1984 

SUR LES VENTES POUR IMPÔTS 

MUNICIPAUX 



1. Ontario Regulation 444/85 is amended 
by adding thereto the following French 
version: 



1. Le Règlement de l'Ontario 444/85 est 
modifié par adjonction de la version 
française suivante : 



RÈGLES CONCERNANT LES VENTES POUR LMPÔTS .MUNICIPAUX 



1 Pour l'application du présent règlement, le terme 
"impôts accumulés" s'entend des impôts fonciers sur 
une parcelle de terrain qui se sont accumulés du pre- 
mier jour de l'annonce de sa vente publique au jour où 
une personne est déclarée adjudicataire. Règl. de 
l'Ont. 233/86, art. 1, en partie. 

2 (1) Le titre abrégé du présent règlement est Règles 
concernant les ventes pour impôts municipaux. 

(2) Les présentes règles régissent la vente publique 
d'un terrain en vertu de la Loi. Règl. de l'Ont. 
233/86, art. 1, en partie. 

PARTIE I 

P'ormules 

3 (1) Le certificat d'arriérés d'impôts est rédigé 
selon la formule 1. 

(2) L'avis exigé par l'article 4 de la Loi est rédigé 
selon la formule 2. 

(3) La déclaration solennelle exigée par le para- 
graphe 4 (4) de la Loi est rédigée selon la formule 3. 

(4) Le certificat d'annulation du certificat d'arriérés 
d'impôts prévu aux paragraphes 5 (2), 8 (5) et 12 (3) de 
la Loi est rédigé selon la formule 4. 

(5 ) ' Le dernier avis exigé par le paragraphe 9 ( 1 ) de la 
Loi est rédigé selon la formule 5. 

(6) La déclaration solennelle exigée par le para- 
graphe 9 (2) de la Loi est rédigée selon la formule 6. 

(7) L'acte d'adjudication ainsi que la déclaration 
solennelle qui l'accompagne, exigée par le paragraphe 
9 (4) de la Loi, sont rédigés selon la formule 10. 



(8) L'avis de dévolution ainsi que la déclaration 
solennelle qui l'accompagne, exigée par le paragraphe 
9 (4) de la Loi, sont rédigés selon la formule 11. 

(9) La déclaration exigée par le paragraphe 10 (2) de 
la Loi est rédigée selon la formule 12. 

(10) L'avis de déchéance prévu à l'article 23 de la 
Loi est rédigé selon la formule 13. Règl. de l'Ont. 
233/86, art. 1, en partie. 

3a La version française d'une formule prescrite par 
le présent règlement et qui doit être enregistrée au 
bureau d'enregistrement immobilier ne s'emploie qu'à 
l'égard du terrain enregistré, soit dans une division 
d'enregistrement des droits immobiliers qui a été 
désignée pour l'application de l'article 85b de \aLoi sur ^ 
l'enregistrement des droits immobiliers , soit dans une ! 
division d'enregistrement des actes qui a été désignée ! 
pour l'application de l'article 38a de la Loi sur • 
l'enregistrement des actes. Règl. de l'Ont. 233/86, ' 
art. 1, en partie. 



PARTIE II 

Vente par appel d'offres 

4 (1) Lorsque le trésorier tient une vente par app 
d'offres en vertu de la Loi, l'annonce exigée par l'aliné 
9 (2) d) de la Loi est rédigée selon la formule 7. 
trésorier accorde, pour le dépôt des soumissions, 
délai d'au moins sept jours après la pubHcation de 
dernière annonce dans la Gazette de l'Ontario ou dail 
un journal ou, s'il n'y en a pas, après l'affichage 
l'avis. 

(2) L'annonce peut porter sur la vente de n'impor 
quel nombre de parcelles de terrain. Règl. de l'Ont! 
233/86, art. 1, en partie. 



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5 (1) Les soumissions sont rédigées selon la formule 
8. Elles sont : 

a) dactylographiées ou écrites à la main lisible- 
ment et à l'encre; 

b) accompagnées d'un dépôt d'au moins 20 pour 
cent de leur montant, sous forme de mandat, 
de traite bancaire ou de chèque visé par une 
banque, une compagnie de fiducie ou la 
Caisse d'épargne de l'Ontario; 

c) présentées dans une enveloppe cachetée 
portant l'inscription "Vente pour imp)ôts de 
(donner une description succincte du bien- 
fonds ou en inscrire l'adresse municipale de 
façon que le trésorier puisse identifier la par- 
celle de terrain faisant Fobjet de la soumis- 
sion)"; 

d) addressees au trésorier. 

(2) La soumission ne peut viser qu'une seule parcelle 
de terrain. Règl. de l'Ont. 233/86, art. 1, en partie. 

6 (1) Le trésorier indique sur l'enveloppe contenant 
une soumission et ainsi identifiée l'heure et la date de la 
réception et, sans l'ouvrir, la garde en lieu sûr. 

(2) Pour l'application de la présente partie, à égalité 
de deux soumissions ou plus, la première reçue est 
réputée la plus élevée. Règl. de l'Ont. 233/86, art. 1, 
en partie. 

7 (1) Le soumissionnaire peut retirer sa soumission 
en faisant parvenir une demande par écrit à cette fin 
au trésorier avant 15 heures, heure local, à la date de 
clôture de l'appel d'offres. 

(2) L'enveloppe contenant une soumission retirée 
est ouverte en même temps que les enveloppes ca- 
chetées. Règl. de l'Ont. 233/86. art. 1, en partie. 

8 (1) Dès que possible après 15 heures, heure local, 
à la date de clôture de l'appel d'offres, le trésorier 
ouvre, en un lieu public de la municipalité, les 
enveloppes cachetées contenant les soumissions. 

(2) Le trésorier ouvre les enveloppes cachetées en 
présence d'au moins une personne qui n'a pas présenté 
de soumission. Cette personne peut être un employé de 
la municipalité. 

(3) Le trésorier vérifie ensuite le contenu des 
enveloppes et rejette toute soumission : 

a) qui n'est pas égale ou supérieure au montant 
minimal mentionné dans l'annonce; 

b) non conforme à la règle 5; 

c) comportant une condition non prévue par les 
présentes règles; 

d) retirée conformément au paragraphe 7 (1). 



(4) Après s'être conformé au paragraphe (3), le tré- 
sorier ne conserve, parmi les soumissions restantes, 
que les deux plus élevées, et rejette le reste. 

(5) Toute soumission rejetée est retournée au 
soumissionnaire et est accompagnée de son dépôt, le 
cas échéant, et du motif du rejet. Règl. de l'Ont. 
233/86, art. 1, en partie. 

9 Si le trésorier constate, après s'être conformé à la 
règle 8, l'absence de toute soumission valide, il déclare 
qu'il n'y a pas d'adjudicataire et enregistre sans délai 
un avis de dévolution au nom de la municipa- 
lité. Règl. de l'Ont. 233/86, art. 1, en partie. 

10 (1) Si le trésorier constate, après s'être conformé 
à la règle 8, l'existence de deux soumissions valides, il 
avise sans délai le plus haut soumissionnaire, par cour- 
rier ordinaire expédié à l'adresse inscrite dans la 
soumission, qu'il sera déclaré adjudicataire sur paie- 
ment comptant au trésorier, dans les quatorze jours de 
la mise à la poste de l'avis, du solde du montant de la 
soumission, des droits de mutation immobilière requis 
et des impôts accumulés. 

(2) Si le plus haut soumissionnaire effectue le paie- 
ment conformément au paragraphe (1), le trésorier le 
déclare adjudicataire. 

(3) Si le plus haut soumissionnaire n'effectue pas le 
paiement conformément au paragraphe (1), son dépôt 
est confisqué sans délai en faveur de la municipalité et 
le trésorier offre la parcelle de terrain au plus bas 
soumissionnaire conformément à la règle 11. Règl. 
de l'Ont. 233/86, art. 1, en partie. 



11 (1) Si le trésorier constate, après s'être conformé 
à la règle 8, l'existence d'une seule soumission valide, 
ou la nécessité d'offrir la parcelle de terrain au plus bas 
soumissionnaire, conformément au paragraphe 10 (3), 
il avise sans délai le soumissionnaire, par courrier 
ordinaire expédié à l'adresse inscrite dans la soumis- 
sion, qu'il sera déclaré adjudicataire sur paiement 
comptant au trésorier, dans les quatorze jours de la 
mise à la poste de l'avis, du solde du montant de la 
soumission, des droits de mutation immobilière requis 
et des impôts accumulés. 

(2) Si le soumissionnaire effectue le paiement con- 
formément au paragraphe (1), le trésorier le déclare 
adjudicataire. 

(3) Si le soumissionnaire n'effectue pas le paiement 
conformément au paragraphe (1) : 

a) le trésorier déclare qu'il n'>- a pas d'ad- 
judicataire et enregistre sans délai un avis de 
dévolution au nom de la municipalité; 

b) le dépôt du soumissionnaire est confisqué 
sans délai en faveur de la municipa- 
lité. Règl. de l'Ont. 233/86, art. 1, en 
partie . 



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PARTIE III 



Vente aux enchères publiques 

12 (1) Lorsque le trésorier tient une vente aux 
enchères publiques en vertu de la Loi, l'annonce exigée 
par l'alinéa 9 (2) d) de la Loi est rédigée selon la for- 
mule 9. Le trésorier doit accorder, avant la tenue de la 
vente aux enchères, un délai d'au moins sept jours 
après la publication de la dernière annonce dans la 
Gazette de l'Ontario ou dans un journal ou, s'il n'y en a 
pas, après l'affichage de l'avis. 

(2) La vente aux enchères se tient en un lieu, dans la 
municipalité régionale, la municipalité de district ou 
de communauté urbaine, ou dans le comté ou le dis- 
trict où est situé le terrain, que le trésorier peut 
désigner dans l'annonce. 

(3) L'annonce peut porter sur la vente de n'importe 
quel nombre de parcelles de terrain. Règl. de l'Ont. 
233/86, art. 1, en partie. 

13 (1) Le trésorier ou la personne qu'il désigne agit 
à titre d'encanteur. 

(2) L'encanteur commence la vente aux enchères en 
déclarant la vente pour impôts officiellement ouverte 
et en lisant à haute voix les règles 14, 15, 16 et 
17. Règl. de l'Ont. 233/86, art. 1, en partie. 

14 À l'égard de chaque parcelle de terrain faisant 
l'objet de la vente aux enchères, l'encanteur : 

a) précise, au moment d'ouvrir ou de rouvrir les 
enchères sur la parcelle, l'enchère minimale 
énoncée dans l'annonce; 

b) constate chaque enchère, la répète et invite à 
la surenchère; 

c) en l'absence de surenchère, répète la dernière 
enchère trois fois et, s'il n'y a toujours pas de 
surenchère, reconnaît le dernier enchéris- 
seur. Règl. de l'Ont. 233/86, art. 1, en 
partie. 

15 Sur paiement comptant immédiat à l'encanteur 
du montant de l'enchère, des droits de mutation 
immobilière requis et des impôts accumulés, le dernier 
enchérisseur est déclaré adjudicataire. Règl. de 
l'Ont. 233/86, art. 1, en partie. 

16 Si le dernier enchérisseur n'effectue pas le paie- 
ment conformément à la règle 15 et que les enchères 
n'aient pas déjà été rouvertes en vertu de cette règle, 
l'encanteur rouvre les enchères sans délai. Règl. de 
l'Ont. 233/86, art. 1, en partie. 

17 S'il n'y a pas d'enchère sur une parcelle de ter- 
rain après l'ouverture des enchères ou s'il n'y a pas 



d'enchère ou d'adjudicataire après la réouverture des 
enchères en vertu de la règle 16, le trésorier enregistre 
sans délai un avis de dévolution au nom de la 
municipalité. Règl. de l'Ont. 233/86, art. 1, en 
partie . 

18 L'encanteur délivre à l'adjudicataire un reçu 
attestant les sommes reçues en vertu de la règle 15 et 
donnant une description légale de la parcelle de ter- 
rain, le nom de l'adjudicataire et le nom sous lequel 
l'acte d'adjudication sera enregistré. Règl. de l'Ont. 
233/86, art. 1, en partie. 

19 L'encanteur annonce la clôture de la vente aux 
enchères à la fin des enchères sur toutes les parcelles de 
terrain faisant l'objet de la vente. Règl. de l'Ont. 
233/86, art. 1, en partie. 

20 L'encanteur dresse et conserve une liste indi- 
quant les parcelles de terrain faisant l'objet de la vente 
aux enchères, les nom et adresse des adjudicataires ou, 
s'il n'y en a pas, le nom de la municipalité. Règl. de 
l'Ont. 233/86, art. 1, en partie. 

PARTIE IV 

Dispositions générales 

21 (1) Si le trésorier considère que l'exécution de la 
vente en vertu de la Loi est difficilement réalisable ou 
serait inéquitable à l'égard des enchérisseurs ou des 
soumissionnaires, il peut l'annuler et en tenir une 
nouvelle en vertu de la Loi. 

(2) Si le trésorier annule une vente par appel 
d'offres, il ouvre les enveloppes cachetées, s'il ne l'a 
pas déjà fait, et retourne aux soumissionnaires leur 
soumission, leur dépôt, le cas échéant, et une déclara- 
tion expliquant ce retour. En cas d'annulation après 
l'ouverture des soumissions, le trésorier retourne aux 
soumissionnaires les soumissions retenues et les 
dépôts, en expliquant ce retour. Règl. de l'Ont. 
233/86, art. 1, en partie. 

22 Dès que possible après qu'une personne est 
déclarée adjudicataire dans une vente tenue en vertu 
de la Loi, le trésorier prépare et enregistre les docu- 
ments nécessaires conformément à la Loi. Règl. de 
l'Ont. 233/86, art. 1, en partie. 

23 Sous réserve de l'alinéa 5 (1) b), lorsque les pré- 
sentes règles exigent un paiement comptant, il peut 
être effectué en espèces ou sous forme de mandat, de 
traite bancaire ou de chèque visé par une banque, une 
compagnie de fiducie ou la Caisse d'épargne de 
l'Ontario. Règl. de l'Ont. 233/86, art. 1, en partie. 

24 Le dépôt confisqué en vertu des présentes règles 
en faveur d'une municipalité est versé à son fonds 
d'administration générale. Règl. de l'Ont. 233/86, 
art. 1, en partie. 



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La personne ayant apposé sa signature à la case 10 atteste par la présente que des arriéres d'impôts forx:iers s'élevant â 

étaient dus. en tout ou en partie, le 31 décembre 19 . qu'au moins une partie de ces arriéres, plus les impôts et 

fr»s additionnels, est erKore due à la municipalité ou au cortséil nomme à la casé 10 et que le terrain décrit dans le présent 
document fera l'objet d'une venté publique si le coût d'annulation n'est pas payé dans l'année suivant la date d'enregistrement du 
document. 
Remarques : 

A. Le délai accordé pour payer le coût d'annulation peut être prorogé si la municipalité ou le conseil autorise la corKiusion 
d'une entente de prorogation avec le propriétaire du terrain avant l'expiration du délai d'un an. 

B. Le coût d'annulation sera déterminé à la daté du paiement des arriérés d'impôts à la municipalité ou au conseil et sera 
supérieur au montant indiqué ci^tiaut. 

C. S'il n'y a pas d'adjudicataire è l'issue de la vente publique, le terrain est dévolu à la municipalité ou au conseil sur 
éfwegistrement d'un avis de dévolution. 

D. Toute demande de renseignements supplémentaires peut être adressée à la municipalité ou au conseil dont le rKim apparait 
à la casé 10 et l'adresse 1 la case 1 1 . 



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Formule 2 

Avis d'enregistrement d'un certificat 

d'arriérés d'impôts 

Loi de 1984 sur les ventes pour impôts municipaux 



La/Le 



Nom de la municipalité ou du conseil 



Destinataire : 



Adresse 



1. Un certificat d'arriérés d'impôts, dont vous trouverez ci-jointe une copie, a été enregistré le 



numéro d'acte 



.19 à l'égard du droit de propriété relatif au terrain visé par le certificat portant le 



2. Si vous avez droit au présent avis en vertu de la Loi de 1984 sur les ventes pour impôts municipaux et que 
vous payiez le coût d'annulation, vous aurez un privilège sur le terrain pour la somme payée, à la condition 
d'en être ni le propriétaire ni le conjoint du propriétaire, à rencontre du droit de toute autre personne ayant 
reçu un avis en vertu de cette loi. , 

3. Si, à la fin du délai d'un an suivant la date d'enregistrement du certificat d'arriérés d'impôts, le coijt 
d'annulation est toujours impayé et qu'il n'y ait pas d'entente de prorogation en vigueur, le terrain fera 
l'objet d'une vente publique. 

4. Vous pouvez revendiquer le droit à une part du produit de la vente du terrain en présentant une requête à 
la Cour de district dans l'année suivant la consignation faite par le trésorier à la Cour du produit de la vente 
moins le coût d'annulation. 

5. S'il n'y a pas d'adjudicataire à l'issue de la vente publique, le terrain est dévolu à la municipalité lou au 
conseil) sur enregistrement d'un avis de dévolution. 

6. Toute demande de renseignements supplémentaires peut être adressée à : 



Nom de la municipalité ou du conseil 



Adresse de la municipalité ou du conseil 



Fait à le 19 



Signature du trésorier ou du dirigeant habilité à donner le présent i 



Remarque: Il n'est pas nécessaire d'enregistrer le présent document. 



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Le présent document constitue ur>e déclaration solennelle relative 
à l'envoi des avis qui. en vertu de l'article 4 de la Loi de 1984 sur 
les ventes pour impots municipaux, doit être faite et enregistrée 
à l'égard du droit de propriété relatif au terrain pouvant être vendu 
pour arriérés d'impôts. La liste des personnes auxquelles les avis, 
rédigés selon la forme prescrite, ont été envoyés figure à la page 2 
du présent document. Toute demande de renseignements sur te 
présent document peut être adressée à la municipalité ou au 
conseil dont le nom apparait a la case 10 et l'adresse à la case 11. 






Trésorier ou dirigeant habilité a signer 



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Cot*fs) toncière<») Mtdtiionn«ll«(s) et renseignements supplémentaires 



Concernant le droit de propriété relatif au terrain décrit aux présentes 
et situé dans 



déclare solennellement ce qui suit 



Conformément à l'article 4 de la Loi de 1984 sur les ventes pour impôts municipaux, j'ai envoyé un avis de l'enregistrement d'un 
certificat d'arriérés d'impôts visant le terrain décrit dans le présent document à chaque titulaire d'un droit dont le nom et l'adresse 
apparaissent ci-dessous, suivis de la date de l'avis. 



Nom et adresse des titulaires d'un droit et date de la mise à la poste de l'avis. 






Nom 


Nature du droit 


Adresse 


Date de la mise 
à la poste 


1. 


' 






2. 








3. 








4. 








5. 








6. 








7. 








a 








9. 








10. 








11. 








12. 








13. 








14. 








15. 









Et je fais cette déclaration solennelle, la croyant consciencieusement vraie et sachant qu'elle a la même force et le même effet que 
si elle était faite sous serment, en vertu de la Loi sur la preuve au Canada. 



Déclaré devant moi 



Trésorier ou dirigeant habilité de la municipalit 



M ^- 



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Formule 4 — Loi d* 1984 sur les ventes pour impbu municipaux 

Document général 

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Certificat d'annulation du certificat d'arriérés d'impôts 

Formule 4 - Loi de 1984 sur les ventes pour impôts municipaux 



(Si ConIrvpartM 



. Li personne ayant appose sa signature à la case 10 atteste par la présente l'annulation, conformément i la Loi de 1984 sur les 
uenres pour impots municipaux, du certificat d'arriérés d'impôts mentionné à la caw 9 et relatif au terrain décrit dans le présent 
document. À moins que la partie B n'ait été remplie, le coût d'anrtulation est touiours impayé et un muveau certificat d'arriérés 
d'impôts peut dorK être enregistré. 

(Remplir au besoin ou biffer) 

La personne ayant apposé sa signature à la case 10 atteste par la présente le paiennent du coût d'annulation le 

19 par une des personnes suivantes ou en son nom : 

(cocher une seule case! 

L.1 le propriétaire ou lé oonioint du propriétaire du terrain ou par une personne n'ayant pas droit à un avis en vertu du paragraphe 

4 (Il de la Loi et. par conséquent, aucun privilege sur le terrain décrit dans le présent document ne découle du paiement. 

ou 
7^ une personne, autre que le propriétaire ou le conjoint du propriétaire, ayant droit à un avis en vertu du paragraphe 4 (1) de 

la Loi. ou le cessionnaire de cène personne et. en conséquence de ce paiement (rxHn et adresse de la partie) 



a un privilège sur le terrain s'élevant i _ 



par préférence au droit de toute 



personr>e à qui un avis a été envoyé en vertu de l'article 4 de la Loi. 






Dale de sigruiixe 



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2) Panieisi 



(14) A**M« Civique de I urmé foncitre 



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Formule 5 

Dernier avis 

Loi de 1984 sur les ventes pour impôts municipaux 



O. Reg. 233/86 



La/Le 



Nom de la municipalité ou du conseil 

Destinataire : 



Adresse 



Objet: (Description du terrain : le numéro de parcelle doit être indiqué lorsque le terrain est enregistré sous le 
régime d'enregistrement des droits immobiliers) 



1. À titre de personne à laquelle a été envoyé un avis d'enregistrement d'un certificat d'arriérés d'impôts 

grevant le terrain décrit ci-haut, vous êtes avisée par la présente que le coût d'annulation est toujours impayé 
et qu'il n'y a pas d'entente de prorogation en vigueur. 



2. Il y aura annonce de la vente publique du terrain, à moins du paiement du coût d'annulation ou de la 
conclusion d'une entente de prorogation entre la municipalité (ou le conseil) et le propriétaire avant le 

19 



3. Toute demande de renseignements peut être adressée à : 



Nom de la municipalité ou du conseil 



Adresse de la municipalité ou du conseil 



Fait à 



19 



Signature du trésorier ou du dirigeant habilité à donner le présent avis 



Remarque : Il n'est pas nécessaire d'enregistrer le présent document. 

1854 (10/S5) 

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Formule 6 

Déclaration solennelle sur l'envoi d'un avis 

Loi de 1984 sur les ventes pour impôts municipaux 



2203 



La/Le 



Nom d* la municipalité ou du conatil 



Concernant le droit de propriété relatif au terrain décrit dans ta 
présente déclaration et situé dans 



.dans le 
de 



de 



déclare solennellément ce qui suit 



Conformément à l'article 9 de la Loi de 1984 sur les ventes pour impôts municipaux, j'ai envoyé un dernier avis concernant le 
terrain décrit dans la présente déclaration à chaque titulaire d'un droit, dont le nom et l'adresse apparaissent ci-dessous, suivis de la 
date de l'avis. 

Description du terrain (Le numéro de parcelle doit être irxliqué lorsque le terrain est enregistré sous le régime d'enregistrement des 
droits immobiliers) 



Nom et adrets* d«> titulaires d'un droit et date de la mise à la poste de Vath 



Nom 


Nature du droit 


4j^__, Date de la mise 
'^"^ à la poste 


1. 






2. 






a 






4. 






5. 




1 


6. 








7. 








a 








9. 




1 


10. 




1 

1 



Et je fais cette déclaration solennelle, la croyant consciencieusement vraie et sachant qu'elle a la même force et le même effet que 
si elle était faite sous serment, en vertu de la Loi sur la preuve au Canada. 

Dédaré devant moi 



Trésorier ou dirigeant habilité de le municipalité ou du conaail 



Commissaire, etc- 
Remarque : Il n'est pas nécessaire d'enregistrer le présent document. 

775 



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Formule 7 
Vente de terrain par appel d'offres 

Loi de 1984 sur les ventes pour impôts municipaux 



La/Le '. 

Nom de la municipalité ou du conseil 

Avis vous est donné qu'un appel d'offres est lancé relativement à l'achat du terrain décrit plus bas et que les soumissions seront 
reçues jusqu'à 15 heures, heure locale, le 

19 à 



L'ouverture des soumissions aura lieu en public le même jour à 

Description du (des) terrain(s) Montant minimal de la soumission 

(Indiquer le coût d'annulation en 
date du premier jour de l'annonce) 



Les soumissions doivent être rédigées selon la formule prescrite et accompagnées d'un dépôt d'au moins 20 pour cent de leur 
montant, sous forme de mandat, de traite bancaire ou de chèque visé par une banque, une compagnie de fiducie ou la Caisse 
d'épargne de l'Ontario, fait à l'ordre de la municipalité (ou du conseil). 

La municipalité ne fait aucune déclaration à l'égard du terrain faisant l'objet de la vente, notamment en ce qui concerne le droit 
de propriété. Les adjudicataires éventuels assument la responsabilité de faire les vérifications nécessaires. 

La Loi de 1984 sur les vérités pour impôts municipaux, qui constitue le chapitre 48 des Lois de l'Ontario de 1984, et les Règles 
concernant les ventes pour impôts municipaux pris en application de cette Loi régissent la présente vente. L'adjudicataire devra 
payer le montant de sa soumission, les impôts accumulés et les droits de mutation immobilière requis. 

Pour obtenir des renseignements supplémentaires et une copie de la formule de soumission prescrite, prière de s'adresser à : 



Nom de la municipalité ou du conseil 



Adresse de la municipalité ou du conseil 



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Formule 8 

Soumission 

Loi de 1984 sur les ventes pour impôts municipaux 



2205 



Destinataire : Nom : 

Adresse : 

Téléphone : 
Obiet : Vente de : (description du terrain) 



1. La présente constitue, à l'égard du terrain ci-haut décrit, une soumission de . 



{ dollars) 

conformément à la Loi de 1984 sur les ventes pour impôts municipaux et aux Règles cortcernant les ventes pour impôts 
municipaux. 

2. Il est enteftdu que la soumission doit parvenir au bureau du trésorier à 15 heures, heure locale, au plus tard, le 
19 qui, advenant l'acceptation de la soumission, en avisera le (les) soumissionnaire($). 

3. Un dépôt d'au moins 20 F)our cent du montant de la soumission est joint sous forme de chèque visé, de traite bancaire ou 
de mandat de S ( dollars), fart à l'ordre de 



Nom de la municipalité ou du conseil 

Le dépôt sera confisqué si je (nous) suis (sommes) déclarë(s) adjudicataire(s) et que je (nous) ne paie (payons) pas le solde 
du montant de la soumission, les droits de mutation immobilière et les impôts accumulés dans les quatorze jours civils de 
l'avis du trésorier me (nous) déclarant le (les) plus haut(s) soumissionnaire(s). 

La présente soumission est présentée conformément à la Loi de 1984 sur les ventes pour impôts municipaux et aux Règles 
concernant les ventes pour impôts municipaux. 



Fait à 



19 



Nom du soumissionnaire 


Nom du soumissionnaire 


Adresse du soumissionnatre 


Adresw du soumissionnaire 



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Formule 9 

Vente de terrain aux enchères publiques 

Loi de 1984 sur les ventes pour impôts municipaux 



La/Le 



Nom de la municipalité ou du conseil 

Avis VOUS est donné que le terrain décrit dans le présent document fera l'objet d'une vente aux enchères à heures 

le 19 à 



Description du(des) terrain(s) Enchère minimale : $ 

(Indiquer le coût d'annulation en 
date du premier jour de l'annonce) 



L'adjudicataire paie entièrement, lors de la vente, les montants dus, soit comptant, soit par mandat, traite bancaire ou chèque visé 
par une banque, une compagnie de fiducie ou la Caisse d'épargne de l'Ontario. 

La municipalité ne fait aucune déclaration à l'égard du terrain faisant l'objet de la vente, notamment en ce qui concerne le droit de 
propriété. Les adjudicataires éventuels assument la responsabilité de faire les vérifications nécessaires. 

La Loi de 1984 sur les ventes pour impôts municipaux et les Règles concernant les ventes pour impôts municipaux régissent la 
vente. L'adjudicataire devra payer le montant de son enchère, les impôts accumulés et les droits de mutation immobilière requis. 



Pour obtenir des renseignements supplémentaires, prière de s'adresser à 



Nom de la municipalité ou du conseil 



Adresse de la municipalité ou du conseil 



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rpiwuilt 10 - Loi dc 1984 sur tm ««ntcs pour impôts murMc«*ujt 

Acte de cession 



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aas a - artcte Je «»« ur» a«ocaf haDMe a eme-ce» e" Owaro Dole ae «qrtatt^e 

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Annexe 

Formule 5 — Loi (te 1984 portant reforme de I enregistrement des droits immobilic 



O. Reg. 233/86 



Coi«<s) fonciér*<s) M*dftionn*ll*<») et r*ns*«grt«ments «uppiAmentairvs 

Acte d'adjudication 



Avis vous est donné qu'en vertu de la Loi de 1984 sur tes ventes pour impôts municipaux, sont dévolus à la personne désignée à la 
case 11, par l'enregistrement du présent document : 

a) le droit de propriété en fief simple relatif au terrain décrit dans le document, ainsi que tous les droits qui s'y rattachent, 
sous réserve 

((} des servitudes et des clauses restrictives qui se rattachent au terrain, 

{û) des droits, notamment des droits de propriété, de la Couronne du chef du Canada ou du chef de l'Ontario, 

(iii) d'un droit, notamment un droit de propriété, obtenu par prescription acquisitive par des propriétaires contigus 
avant l'enregistrement du présent document; 

b) un droit, notamment un droit de propriété, sur un terrain contigu obtenu par prescription acquisitive avant l'enregistrement 
du présent document si la personne qui a obtenu ce droit à l'origine l'a fait en raison de sa possession du terrain décrit 
dans le présent document. 



Ministère des Richesses naturelles 

(à remplir dans certaines municipalités) 
Le terrain décrit dans le présent document Cest/ Cn'est pas 
imposable en vertu de la Loi sur /es mines et, par conséquent, 
l'enregistrement du présent document ^entraîne/ LJ n'entraîne 
pas, en vertu de la Loi de 1984 sur les ventes pour impôts 
municipaux, une séparation des droits de surface des droits 



habilité du ministère des Richesses naturelles 



Fait le 19 . 



I dirigeant habilité) 



(Nom de ta municipalit 



Déclaration solennelle 



de . 



trésorier (ou dirigeant habilité) de la/du ... 
dans le de . 



déclare solennellement ce qui suit : 

La présente déclaration solennelle porte sur le terrain décrit dans le présent document. 

Un certificat d'arriérés d'impôts a été enregistré à l'égard du terrain un an au moins avant l'ann 



' de sa mise en vente. 



• Les avis ont été envoyés et les déclarations solennelles ont été enregistrées conformément, pour l'essentiel, à la Loi de 1984 sur 
les ventes pour impôts municipaux et aux règlements pns en application de la Loi. 

• Le coût d'annulation n'a pas été payé dans le délai d'un an suivant la date de l'enregistrement du certificat d'arriérés d'impôts. 

• Aucune entente de prorogation n'était en vigueur au moment de l'annonce de la mise en vente du terrain. 

• L'annonce de la mise en vente du terrain a été faite conformément, pour l'essentiel, à la Loi de 1984 sur les ventes pour impôts 
municipaux et aux règlements pris en application de la Loi. 

Et je fais cette déclaration solennelle, la croyant consciencieusement vraie et sachant qu'elle a la même force et le même effet que 
si elle était faîte sous serment, en vertu de la Loi sur la preuve au Canada. 

Déclaré devant moi à 



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Formula 11 — Loi tic 1984 sur les ventes pour impôts municipaux 

lÀi T"" Document général 

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(4) Mature du do cu ment 

Avis de dévolution — Déclaration solennelle 

Formule 1 1 - Loi de 1984 sur les ventes pour impôts municipaux 



(S> Contrepartie 



D-vt-s^T 



Le présent document est enregistre conformément â la Loi de 1984 sur fes ventes pour impôts municipaux. En vertu de cette Loi, 
la municipalité ou le conseil nommé à la case 10 a tenté de vendre pour arriérés d'impôts le terrain décrit dans le présent document 
sans toutefois trouver d'adjudicataire Par consequent, le terrain décrit est dévolu, par l'enregistrement du présent document, à la 
municipalité ou au conseil rtommé à la case 10. Le présent document comprend également urw déclaration attestant que la 
municipalité ou le conseil s'est conformé à la Loi. 
Remarques : 

A. Pour de plus amples détails concernant le droit de propriété que confère l'enregistrement du présent document, voir la page 2 
ou l'art. 9 de la Loi de 1984 sur tes ventes pour impôts municipaux. 

B. Toute demande de renseignements peut être adressée à la muniapalité ou au conseil dont le rwm apparaît à la case 10 et 
l'adresse à la case 1 1. 



Ville: Mun^ Plan 



Suiie en anneae : , 



(9) Numéros des actes > 



Dale de s«gnature 



(12) Panw<s» 



Date de signature 



03) Domicile e*u 



(14) Adreeae civique de i unité ionct*re 



(15) Document prepare par: 





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Annexe 

Formule S — Loi 09 t984 ponant reforme dé l enregistrcmcnl des droits imm 



O. Reg. 233/86 



Cotons) foncière<s) •clditionftetl*<») et reneetgnement* 



•uppMmentaires 

Avis de dévolution 



Avis vous est donné qu'en vertu de la Loi de 1984 sur les ventes pour impôts municipaux, sont dévolus à la municipalité ou au 
conseil désigné à la case 10, par l'enregistrement du présent document : 

a) le droit de propriété en fief simple relatif au terrain décrit dans le document, ainsi que tous les droits qui s'y rattachent, 
sous réserve : 

(i) des servitudes et des clauses restrictives qui se rattachent au terrain, 

(ii) des droits, notamment des droits de propriété, de ta Couronne du chef du Canada ou du chef de l'Ontario, 

(iii) d'un droit, notamment un droit de propriété, obtenu par prescription acquisitive par des propriétaires contigus avant 
l'enregistrement du présent document; 

b) un droit, notamment un droit de propriété, sur un terrain contigu obtenu par prescription acquisitive avant l'enregistrement 
du présent document si la personne qui a obtenu ce droit à l'origine l'a fait en raison de sa possession du terrain décrit 
dans le présent document. 



Ministère des Richesses naturelles 

(à remplir dans certaines municipalités) 

Le terrain décrit dans le présent document Liest/ Dn'est pas 
imposable en vertu de la Loi sur les mines et, par conséquent, 
l'enregistrement du présent document D entraîne/ D n'entraîne 


Fait le .... 






... 19 


pas, en vertu de la Loi de 1964 sur les ventes pour impôts 
municipaux, une séparation des droits de surface des droits 
miniers 


• 


(Trésorier 


ou dirigeant habilité) 








Fonctionr^aire habilité du ministère des Richesses naturelles 




(Nom de (a rr 


unicipalité ou du conseil 





Déclaration solennelle 

Je trésorier (ou dirigeant habilité) de la/du 

de dans le de déclare solennellement ce qui suit : 

• La présente déclaration solennelle porte sur le terrain décrit dans le présent document. 

• Un certificat d'arriérés d'impôts a été enregistré à l'égard du terrain un an au moins avant l'annonce de sa mise en vente. 

• Les avis ont été envoyés et les déclarations solennelles ont été enregistrées conformément, pour l'essentiel, à la Loi de 1984 
sur les ventes pour impôts municipaux et aux règlements pris en application de la Loi. 

• Le coût d'annulation n'a pas été payé dans le délai d'un an suivant la date de l'enregistrement du certificat d'arriérés d'impôts. 

• Aucune entente de prorogation n'était en vigueur au moment de l'annonce de la mise en vente du terrain. 

• L'annonce de la mise en vente du terrain a été faite conformément, pour l'essentiel, à la Loi de 1984 sur les ventes pour impôts 
municipaux et aux règlements pris en application de la Loi. 

Et je fais cette déclaration solennelle, la croyant consciencieusement vraie et sachant qu'elle a la même force et le même effet que 
si elle était faite sous serment, en vertu de la Loi sur la preuve au Canada. 

Déclaré devant moi à 



}n 



782 



Règl. de l'Ont. 233/86, art. 1, en partie. 



O. Reg. 233/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 2211 



Formule 12 

Consignation à la cour — Déclaration 

Loi de 1984 sur les ventes pour impôts municipaux 



Au greffier local de la Cour de district de l'Ontario de (endroit où siège la cour dans le comté ou le district où est situé le 

terrain) . 

Avis vous est donné que, conformément à l'article 10 de la Loi de 1984 sur les ventes pour impôts municipaux, le terrain décrit 

dans le présent document a été vendu le 19 

Avis vous est donné en outre que le présent document constitue un énoncé fidèle des faits relatifs à la vente du terrain suivant : 

1. Description du terrain : 

Adresse civique (le cas échéant) : 



Description légale (le nunrféro de parcelle doit être indiqué lorsque le terrain est enregistré sous le régime d'enregistrement 

des droits immobiliers) : 



2. Consignation à la cour 

Montant total de la consignation 



3. En vertu de l'article 10 de la Loi de 1984 sur les ventes pour impôts municipaux, toute personne revendiquant le droit à 
une part du produit de la vente f)eut, dans l'année suivant la consignation, présenter une requête à la Cour de district pour 
que la somme à laquelle la personne a droit soit versée. 

Fait à le 19 



Nom de la municipalité ou du conseil 



Adresse et numéro de téléphone de la municipalité ou du conseil 



Règl. de l'Ont. 233/86, art. \, en partie. 
783 



2212 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 233/86 



l^i 



Formule 13 — Loi de 1984 sur les ventes pour impôts municipaux 

Document général 

Formutc 4 — Loi de 1994 portant reform* de I enregistrement des droits immobiliers 



Nouvettes coies toncteres 



SupplerT>en' 



Actes d'eiécution 



a 



.□ 



droits immobiliers 



(21 Page • 



I I 



(4) Nature du document 

Avis de déchéance 

Formule 13 — Loi de 1984 sur les ventes pour impôts municipaux 



I Nouvelle description 
Nouvelle servitude 



-< 



Description Q Autres parties [_] Divers [_j 

< 



(8) Termes du document: 

En vertu de la Loi de 1984 sur tes ventes pour impôts municipaux, sont dévolus à la municipalité ou au conseil nommé à la case 
10, par l'enregistrement du présent document : 

a) le droit de propriété en fief simple du terrain décrit dans le document, ainsi que tous les droits qui s'y rattachent, sous réserve 
des servitudes et des clauses restrictives qui se rattachent au terrain, des droits, notamment des droits de propriété, de la 
Couronne du chef du Canada ou du chef de l'Ontario, d'un droit, notamment un droit de propriété, obtenu par prescription 
acquisitive par des propriétaires contigus avant l'enregistrement du présent document et d'une séparation des droits mmiers des 
droits de surface en vertu de l'art. 14 de la Lot; 

b) un droit, notamment un droit de propriété, sur un terrain contigu obtenu par prescription acquisitive avant l'enregistrement du 
present document si la personne qui a obtenu ce droit à l'origine l'a fait en raison de sa possession du terrain décrit dans le 
présent document. 

Remarque : Pour de plus amples précisions concernant le droit de propriété que confère l'enregistrement du présent document, 
voir l'article 23 de la Loi de 1984 sur /es ventes pour impôts municipaux. Toute demande de renseignements peut 
être adressée à la municipalité ou au conseil dont le nom apparaît à la case 10 et l'adresse à la case 11. 




Règl. de l'Ont. 233/86, art. 1, en partie. 



784 



O. Reg. 233/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 234/86 2213 



2. The English version of Part I of the 
said Regulation is amended by adding 
thereto the following section: 



2. La version anglaise de la partie I du 
règlement est modifiée par adjonction 
de l'article suivant : 



3fl. The French version of a form prescribed by j in a registr>- division designated for the purposes of 

this Regulation that is to be registered in a land regis- | section 3Sa of the Registry Act . O. Reg. 233/86, s. 2. 

tr> office may be used only with respect to land regis- j 

tered in a land titles di\-ision designated for the pur- (8679) 20 

poses of section 85b of the Land Titles Act or registered , 



LABOUR RELATIONS ACT 

O. Reg. 234/86. 

General. 

Made— April 24th, 1986. 

Filed — Mav 1st. 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 544 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

LABOUR RELATIONS ACT 



1. Regulation 544 of Re>-ised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1980 is amended by adding 
thereto the following section: 

9. A declaration under section 149a of the Act by, 

(a) an employer bargaining agency or employers' 
organization shall be in Form 10; or 

(ft) an employee bargaining agenc\- or affiliated 
bargaining agent shall be in Form 11. 
O. Reg. 234/86, s. 1. 

2, The said Regulation is further 
amended by adding thereto the fol- 
lowing Forms: 



♦Strike out 
if not 
applicable 



Form 10 

Labour Relations Act 

DECLARATION OF EMPLOYER BARGMNIXG AGENCY OR 

EMPLOYERS' ORGANTZATIO.N UNDER SECTION 149A OF THE 

LABOUR RELATIONS ACT 



I, 



., the 



(name) 



(office) 



of the 



(employer bargaining agency, employers' organization) 
having personal knowledge of the circumstances surrounding a, 

*lock-out vote 

*vote to ratify a proposed provincial agreement 

conducted on , 19 . 

(date) 

in the negotiations between 

declare: 
1. The following are the results of the vote: 

(a) Votes in favour of *lock-out . . . 

♦ratification 



(parties) 



785 



2214 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 234/86 

(b) \'otes against -lock-out 

■■•ratification 

2. At tiie time the vote \va> conducted, 
-there w a> a stril<e or loci-;-out. 
-there was no strike or lock-out. 

,V The ahox'e-naiiied 

-em]ilo\er bargaining agenc\' 
■■emploxers' organization 

took reasonable steps to en.-ure that onl\ those emi)lo\ers entitled to cast ballots in the 
\-ote did so. 

4. 1 know that sub>ection 149a (2) of the Labour Relations Art provides as follows: 

(2) Where an emploxer bargaining agenc\ or emplo_\ers' organization conducts a lock-out 
vote relating to a ])rovincial bargaining unit or \ote to ratify a proposed provincial 
agreement, the only emplo\ers entitled to cast ballots in the vote shall be employers 
represented b\- the empl()\er bargaining agenc\ or em])loyers" organization that empkned, 

(a) on the da\- the vote is conflucted, if the vote is conducted at a time when there is no 
strike or lock-out relating to the provincial bargaining unit; or 

(b) on the da\ before the commencement of the strike or lock-out, if the vole is 
conducterl iluring a strike or lock-out relating to the provincial bargaining unit, 

emplovees who are represented by the emplo>ee bargaining: agenc\- or an affiliated bar- 
gaining agent that would be affected b\- the lock-out or would be bound by the provincial 
agreement. 

I certify that the matters set out in this rleclaration are true to the best of m\ 
knowledge, information and belief. 

Dated at this da\- 

of 19.. . . 



Signature 

O. Reg. 234/86, s. 2, part. 



b'orm 1 1 

Labour Relations Act 

DECL.ARATIOX OF EMPLOYEE BARGALXIXCi ACiEXCV OR 
AFFILIATED BARGAIXIXC; .VGEXT 



I^ the 

(name) (office) 

of the 

(employee bargaining agencv , al'filiated bargaining agent) 

having per.sonal knowledge of the circumstance- surroundmg a, 
786 



O. Reg. 234/86 

*Strike out 
if not 
applicable 



(8680) 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 2215 

*strike vote 

*vote to ratify a proposed pro\incial agreement 

conducted on , 19 .... , 

(date) 



(parties) 



in the negotiations between 

declare: 

1. The following are the results of the vote: 

(a) Votes in favour of *strike 

*ratification 

(6) Votes against *strike 

♦ratification 

2. At the time the vote was conducted, 

*there was a strike or lock-out. 
*there was no strike or lock-out. 

3. The above-named 

♦employee bargaining agency 

♦affiliated bargaining agent 

took reasonable steps to ensure that only those persons entitled to cast ballots in the vote 
did so. 

4. I know that subsection 149a (1) of the Labour Relations Act pro\'ides as follows: 

(1) Where an employee bargaining agency or an affiliated bargaining agent conducts a strike 
vote relating to a provincial bargaining unit or vote to ratify a projxjsed provincial 
agreement, the only persons entitled to cast ballots in the vote shall be, 

(a) employees in the provincial bargaining unit on the date the vote is conducted; and 

(b) persons who are members of the affiliated bargaining agent or employee bargain- 
ing agency and who are not emplojed in any employment, 

(i) on the day the vote is conducted, if the vote is conducted at a time when 
there is no strike or lock-out relating to the provincial bargaining unit, or 

(ii) on the day before the commencement of the strike or lock-out, if the vote is 
conducted during a strike or lock-out relating to the provincial bargaining 
unit. 

I certify that the matters set out in this declaration are true to the best of my 
knowledge, information and belief. 



of 



Dated at , this 

, 19 



day 



Signature 

O. Reg. 234/86, s. 2, part. 
20 



787 



2216 O. Reg. 235/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 236/86 



PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 235/86. 

Restricted Areas — County of Ontario (now 
The Regional Municipality of Durham), 
Township of Pickering (now the Town 
of Pickering). 

Made— April 30th, 1986. 

Filed— May 1st, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 102/72 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

1. Ontario Regulation 102/72 is amended 
by adding thereto the following section: 

55. — (1) The land described in subsection (2) may 
be used for agricultural uses, and buildings and struc- 
tures accessory thereto including one single-family 
dwelling may be erected and used if the following 
requirements are met: 

Minimum lot frontage 100 metres 

Minimum lot area 6 hectares 



Minimum front yard 

Minimum side yards 

Minimum rear yard 

Maximum ground floor 
area for single-family 
dwelling 



15 metres 



6 metres 



15 metres 



139 square metres 



(2) This section applies to that parcel of land in the 
Town of Pickering in The Regional Municipality of 
Durham, being that part of Lot 10 in Concession VI 
described as follows: 

Commencing at an iron bar marking the intersec- 
tion of the northerly limit of King's Highway No. 
7 with the westerly limit of the said Lot 10, said 
bar being located 1,923.58 feet northerly along the 
westerly limit of Lot 10 from the southwest angle 
thereof; 

Thence northerly along the westerly limit of said 
Lot 10, 575.83 feet to an iron bar in the Une of an 
old fence running in an easterly direction; 

Thence north 71° 34' east thereon 275.58 feet to 
an iron bar in the line of an old fence running in a 
northerly direction; 

Thence north 18° 28' west thereon 329.75 feet to 
an iron bar in the line of an old fence running in a 
westerly direction; 



Thence south 68° 27' 10" west thereon 273 feet to 
an iron bar in the westerly limit of said Lot 10; 

Thence northerly along the westerly limit of said 
Lot 10, 327.59 feet to an iron bar; 

Thence north 71° 29' 30" east 1,339.86 feet to an 
iron bar in the easterly limit of said Lot 10; 

Thence south 17° 35' 20" east 379.20 feet to an 
iron bar; 

Thence south 72° 24' 40" west 500 feet to an iron 
bar; 

Thence north 17° 35' 20" west 55.33 feet to an iron 
bar; 

Thence south 72° 24' 40" west 500 feet to an iron 
bar; 

Thence south 17° 35' 20" east 873.97 feet to an 
iron bar in the northerly limit of King's Highway 
No. 7; 

Thence westerly thereon on a curve to the left 
having a radius of 2,919.93 feet, an arc distance of 
335.90 feet to the point of commencement; 

Save and except parts 2 and 4 as set out in 
Expropriation Plan 210 for the Town of Pickering 
filed in the Land Registry Office for the Registry 
Division of Durham (No. 40); 

Save and except Part 1 on Expropriation Plan 
registered on the 22nd day of November, 1982 as 
No. D147415 which was taken for highway wide- 
ning purposes. O. Reg. 235/86, s. 1. 

L. J. FiNCHAM 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

Central and Southwest 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 



Dated at Toronto, this 30th day of April, 1986. 



(8681) 



20 



PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 236/86. 

Restricted Areas — County of Ontario (now 
The Regional Municipality of Durham), 
Township of Pickering (now the Tow-n 
of Pickering). 

Made— April 28th, 1986. 

Filed— May 1st, 1986. 



1 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 102/72 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 



788 



O. Reg. 236/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



1. Ontario Regulation 102/72 is amended 
by adding thereto the following section: 

57. — (1) A single-family dwelling and buildings and 
structures accessor> thereto may be erected and used 
on the land described in subsection (2) if the following 
requirements are met: 



Minimum front \ard 

Minimum side yards 

Minimum rear yard 

Minimum floor area for 
dwelling 

Maximum lot coverage 

Maximum building 
height 



9 metres 
1.8 metres 
9 metres 

95 square metres 
20 per cent 

12 metres 



(2) This section applies to that part of Lot 19 in 
Concession WII in the Town of Pickering in The 
Regional Municipality of Durham, designated as Part 
2 on a Plan deposited in the Land Registr> Office for 
the Registr> Division of Durham (No. 40) as Number 
40R-9360. O. Reg. 236/86, s. 1. 

L. J. FiNXHAM 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

Central and Southwest 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 28th day of .April, 1986. 



(8682) 



20 



HEALING ARTS R.\DIATIOX 
PROTECTION ACT 

O. Reg. 237/86. 

Hospitals Prescribed for the Installation 

and Operation of Computerized A.xial 

Tomography Scanners. 
Made— May 1st. 1986. 
Filed— May 1st, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 344/84 

MADE UNDER THE 

HEALING ARTS RADIATION 

PROTECTION ACT 

L The Table to section 1 of Ontario Reg- 
ulation 344/84 is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 



O. Reg. 237/86 
TABLE 



22i: 



' IlKM 


Column 1 


1 Column 2 


i 

' 1. 


Chedoke-McMaster 


i 
1 


■) 


Children's Hospital of 
Eastern Ontario 




.V 


Etobicoke General 




4. 


Hamilton Civic 




5. 


Hamilton Henderson 




(). 


Kingston General 




7_ 


Kitchener- Waterloo 




S. 


London University 




9. 


London Victoria 




10. 


.Mississauga General 




11. 


Mt. Sinai-Toronto 




12. 
l.v 


.North York General 
Oshawa General 




14. 


Ottawa Civic 




15. 


Ottawa General 




!(.. 


St. Catharines General 




17. 


.St. Joseph's Hamilton 




IS. 


St. Joseph's Health 
Centre-Toronto 




19. 


St. Joseph's London 




JU. 


Scarborough General 




21. 


Sudbury General 




■> 7 


Thunder Bay McKellar 




2.i. 


Toronto General 




_'4. 


loronto Humber Memorial 




J 5 , 


Toronto Princess Margaret 




21 1. 


Toronto St. Michael's 




::. 


Toronto Sick Children 




:s. 


Toronto Sunnybrook 




29. 


Toronto Wellesley 





789 



2218 O. Reg. 237/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 238/86 



Item 


COUMN 1 


Column 2 


M). 


Toronto Western 




M. 


Windsor Hotel Dieu 




M. 


Toronto East General 
Toronto York Finch 




.•;4. 


Peterborough Civic 




.vv 


(Jakville Trafalgar 




.^6. 


.Scarborough Centenar>' 





Tie M 


Column 1 


COLU.\LN 2 


;; 


Sarnia General 


1 


■vS. 


Joseph Brant Memorial 






Burlington 


1 


S') 


Owen Sound General 






and Marine 


1 



O. Reg. 344/84, s. 1; O. Reg. 237/86, s. 1. 



(8683) 



20 



PHsriciDHS ,\(:i 



(). Reg. 238/86. 

General. 

Made— May Lst, 1986. 

Filed— Mav l.st, 1986. 



RECÎULATION TO AMEND 

REGI L AT ION 751 OE 

REVISED REGULATIONS OE ONT.A.RIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

PESTICIDES ACT 

1. fable 2 of Regulation 751 of Re\ised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as remade by 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 562/85 and amended by section 2 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 147/86, is further amended b\ adding thereto the following items: 



66A BIP BIOCHEM PRODUCTS 

P.O. BOX 264, MONTCHANIN DE. 19710, U.S.A. 
125A CHZ COGHLAN'S LTD. 

121 IRENE ST., WINNIPEG, MAN. R3T 407 
131 A DRX DREXEL CHEMICAL CO. 

2487 PENNSYLVANIA ST., P.O. BOX 9306, MEMPHIS, TN. 38109, U.S.A. 
587A TOM TOMLYN PRODUCTS, DIV. MARKETING ASPECTS INC. 

750 S.E. LAKE ST., LONGWOOO, PL. 32750, U.S.A. 
610A VER VERTAC CHEMICAL CORP. 

5100 POPLAR AVE., STE. 2414, MEMPHIS, TN. 38137, U.S.A. 



'90 



O. Reg. 238/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 2219 

2. Schedule 1 to the said Regulation, as remade by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 562/85 
and amended by section 3 of Ontario Regulation 147/86, is further amended by adding 
thereto the following items: 



REG- A 

IS- G 

TRA- E 

TION REGIS- N 

NO. TRANT T PESTICIDE 



SAF METHYL BROMIDE FUMIGANT 

2,4-0 ACID FOR FORMULATION OF HERBICIDES ONLY 

A-60 FOR FORMULATION OF HERBICIDES ONLY 

WEED-RHAP LV 6-D FOR FORMULATION OF HERBICIDES ONLY 

2,4-0 LOW VOLATILE ESTER FOR FORMULATION OF HERBICIDES ONLY 

PL ANT VAX TECHNICAL FOR ^V^NUFACTURING USE ONLY 

Crt.ORAMBEN SODIUM SALT FOR MANUFACTURING ONLY 

GOAL EMULS I FIABLE CONCENTRATE HERBICIDE 

BAYLETON 50t METTABLE POWDER FUNGICIDE 

CYPERMETHRIN F^NUFACTURI NG CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 



3. — (1) Schedule 2 to the said Regulation, as remade by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
562/85 and amended by section 4 of Ontario Regulation 147/86, is further amended by 
striking out the items listed under registration numbers 03132, 04167, 11299, 12967, 
13505 and 13644. 

(2) The said Schedule 2 is further amended by adding thereto the following items: 



16495 


AM? 


17126 


VER 


17170 


VER 


17280 


VER 


17281 


VER 


18114 


UNR 


18472 


UAJ 


18777 


ROH 


18804 


CHH 


19184 


CHP 



REG- 




A 


18- 




G 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO. 


TRANT 


T 



PESTICIDE 

03132 VER GENERAL WEED KILLER 

04167 VER PRE-EMERGE 360 LIQUID HERBICIDE 

11299 VER POTATO TOP KILLER 

12967 MOL LASSO II GRANULAR HERBICIDE 

791 



2220 




13505 


GAX 


17782 


BIP 


18812 


DRX 


18837 


VEL 


19066 


\m 


19157 


VEL 


19162 


INT 


19170 


CHP 


19217 


|WBY 


19219 


CHH 


19220 


CHH 


19292 


CHP 


19349 


VEL 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 238/86 

GARDEX DIAZ I NGN 50E INSECTICIDE 
BACTOSPIENE-F SUSPENSION. BIOLOGICAL INSECTICIDE 
FOR FOREST AND WOODLAND USE 
DREXEL ATRAZINE 600 FLOWABLE HERBICIDE 
BAN VEL 480 HERBICIDE 

CO-OP AATREX NINE-0 SOLUBLE GRANULE HERBICIDE 
DYCLEER HERBICIDE 

CO-OP ATRAZINE 600 FLOWABLE HERBICIDE 
CYMBUSH 250 EC PYRETHROID INSECTICIDE 
EMBUTOX 625 EMULSIFIABLE SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 
BACTIMOS WETTABLE POWDER BIOLOGICAL INSECTICIDE 
BACTIMOS GRANULES GRANULAR INSECTICIDE 
VENTURE PYRETHROId' INSECTIDE EC 
MARKSMAN HERBICIDE 



4. — (1) Schedule 3 to the said Regulation, as remade by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
562/85 and amended by section 5 of Ontario Regulation 147/86, is further amended by 
striking out the items listed under registration numbers 07251, 10848, 11684, 11819, 
11855, 12968, 13723, 14341, 17782 and 17802. 

(2) The said Schedule 3 is further amended by adding thereto the following items: 



REG- 




A 


• s- 




G 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGtS- 


N 


NO. 


TTiANT 


T 


07251 


UNR 




10848 


DUQ 




11684 


GAX 




11819 


GAX 




11855 


GAX 




12968 


CHP 




13644 


MOL 




13723 


CHP 




14341 


C^f 




15136 


ZOE 




16971 


CCA 




17502 


BAZ 




18118 


CGA 




18259 


COS 





PESTICIDE 

QUINTOZENE (TERRACHLOR) 75 iP SOIL FUNGICIDE 
TERSAN LSR TURF FUNGICIDE WP 
GARDEX PYRETHRIN EC 1-10 

GARDEX VAPONA INSECTICIDE INDUSTRIAL FOGGING SOLUTION 
GARDEX MICRO SPRAY 

CIL INSECTICIDE-FUNGICIDE FOR ROSES AND FLOWERS FLORITECT 
ROUND UP LIQUID HERBICIDE 

CIL INSECTICIDE-FUNGICIDE FOR VEGETABLES DEECOP LIQUID SUSPENSION 
CIL LEAFMINER KILLER 

ZOECON INSECT AND MITE HOUSEPLANT MIST 
KILLEX SCO TURF HERBICIDE 
BASF POAST LIQUID HERBICIDE 
KILLEX WEED BAR 
VEGEKILL LIQUID WEED KILLER 
792 



O. Reg. 238/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2221 



1S483 


UAJ 


18723 


OIS 


18792 


OIS 


18793 


OIS 


18895 


WIL 


18953 


UNR 


18948 


INT 


18951 


INT 


18963 


PLG 


19149 


PEK 


19171 


CHP 


19235 


CGA 


19353 


000 



BAT 



AMIBEN OS CH.0RAM8EN HERBICIDE 

OISPAR DISVAP FOGGING SOLUTION LIVESTOCK SPRAY 

OISVAP INSECTICIDE CATTLE EAR TAG 

AUSTIN INSECTICIDE CATTLE EAR TAG 

MILSON LIQUID CONCENTRATE SLUG AfO SNAIL KILLER 

VITAVAX 200 FLOWABLE FUNGICIDE 

TRI^CX PREMIUM TURF HERBICIDE 

TRIICX PREMIUM LAXN «ED KILLER 

TRILLION LIQUID TURF HERBICIDE 

OECCO TILTBELT PENNWALT PEACH, NECTARIIC LUSTR 274 WITH FUNGICIDES 

CYMBUSH 12.51 WP PYRETHROID INSECTICIDE 

CIBA-GEIGY STOCKAIO EARTAG INSECTIDE 

ECTIBAN INSECTICIDE TAPE 



5. Schedule 4 to the said Regulation, as remade by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 562/85 
and amended by section 6 of Ontario Regulation 147/86, is further amended by adding 
thereto the following items: 



REG- 




A 


IS- 




G 


TRA- 




E 


TION 


REGIS- 


N 


NO. 


TRANT 


T 



PESTICIDE 



17316 


AVM 




18087 


LAT 




18397 


TOM 


CCN 


18402 


TOM 


CCN 


18403 


TOM 


CCN 


18404 


TOM 


CCN 


18476 


CGA 




18661 


GHZ 




18974 


WIL 




18993 


WIL 




19015 


BOY 




19228 


WIL 




19273 


INT 





MAGNA 2 INSECTICIDE SPACE AND CONTACT SPRAY 

LATER' S WEED-B-GON WEED KILLER 

TONLYN FLEA, TICK AND LICE SHAMPOO READY TO USE LIQUID 

TOM_YN DAILY PROTECTION PET SPRAY FOR CATS AND KITTENS 

TOMLYN DAILY PROTECTION PET SPRAY FOR DOGS AND PUPPIES 

TOMLYN LICE WD MITE SPRAY FOR PET BIRDS 

GREEN CROSS INSECT PEN 

COGHLAN'S MOSQUITO COILS 

WILSON ROACH DESTROYER 

WILSON BAIT BLOKS 

BLACK FLAG WASP M€> HORNET KILLER 

WILSON EARWIG DESTROYER 

SUPER INDOOR/OUTDOOR BUG KILLER 
793 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 238/86 



REGISTRATION 

NUMBER UNDER 

FERTILIZER SCHED. NO. REGISTRANT UNDER 

ACT (CANADA) A B FERTILIZER ACT (CANADA) 



PESTICIDE 



841409 



WILSON LABORATORIES INC. WILSON MOSS KILLER PLUS PLANT FOOD 

334 HATT STREET 

DUNDAS, ONTARIO, L9H 2H9 



6. — (1) Schedule 6 to the said Regulation, as remade by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
562/85 and amended by section 7 of Ontario Regulation 147/86, is further amended by 
striking out the item listed under registration number 09371. 

(2) The said Schedule 6 is further amended by adding thereto the following items: 



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MAINTAIN CF 125 EC PLANT GROWTH RETARDANT 

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MAKI RAT AND MOUSE BAIT 

SANEX PARA BLOCK ROZOL RODENTICIDE 

PARA BLOCK BROMONE RODENTICIDE 

GO PROFESSIONAL RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE SPRAY PRESSURIZED 

MAKI RAT AND MOUSE BAIT 

GUARD MIST PYRETHROID INSECTICIDE METERED AEROSOL 

MAKI RAT AND MOUSE BAIT PELLETS 

KUMULUS S WATER DISPERSIBLE GRANULAR FUNGICIDE & ACARICIDE 
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TRIMEX SPOT WEED KILLER 
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SYSTEM 

GARDEX DIA ONE INSECTICIDE SPRAY 

BASF AMMONIUM SULPHATE HERBICIDE ADJUVANT 

BASF LIQUID AMMONIUM SULPHATE HERBICIDE ADJUVANT 
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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 239/86 



MUNICIPAL BOUNDARY 
NEGOTIATIONS ACT, 1981 

O. Reg. 239/86. 

Town of Alexandria, Township of 
Kenyon, Township of Lochiel Bound- 
ary. 

Made— April 24th, 1986. 

Filed— May 1st, 1986. 



ORDER IN COUNCIL 

R.O.C. 155/86 

Whereas The Corporation of the Town of Alexan- 
dria, The Corporation of the Township of Kenyon and 
The Corporation of the Township of Lochiel have 
entered into an agreement dated the 10th day of 
October, 1985, and subsequently amended, for the 
resolution of certain intermunicipal boundary issues; 

And Whereas public notice was given by the Clerk 
of the Executive Council under subsection 17(1) of the 
Municipal Boundary Negotiations Act, 1981 of the 
intention to make an order implementing the inter- 
municipal agreement; 

And Whereas no objections to the proposed 
issuance of the Order were filed with the Clerk of the 
Executive Council within the filing period; 

Now Therefore on the recommendation of the 
undersigned, the Lieutenant Governor, by and with 
the advice and concurrence of the Executive Council, 
orders under section 14 of the Municipal Boundary 
Negotiations Act, 1981 that, 

1. — (1) On the first day of May, 1986, the portion of 
the Township of Kenyon described in Schedule A is 
annexed to the Town of Alexandria. 

(2) On the 1st day of May, 1986, the portion of the 
Township of Lochiel described in Schedule B is annex- 
ed to the Town of Alexandria. 

2. — (1) All real property of The Corporation of the 
Township of Kenyon situate in the annexed area vests 
in The Corporation of the Town of Alexandria on the 
1st day of May, 1986. 

(2) All real property of The Corporation of the 
Township of Lochiel situate in the annexed area vests 
in The Corporation of the Town of Alexandria on the 
1st day of May, 1986. 

3. On the 1st day of May, 1986, the by-laws of the 
Town of Alexandria extend to the annexed area and 
the by-laws of the Township of Kenyon cease to apply 
to such area, except, 

(a) by-laws that were passed, 

(i) by the Township of Kenyon under 
section 34 or 41 of the Planning Act, 



1983 or a predecessor of those sec 
tions, 

(ii) by the Township of Kenyon that art 
kept in force by subsection 13 (3) (H 
The Municipal Amendment Act, 1941 . 



(iii) by the Township of Kenyon under thi 
Highway Traffic Act or the Municipal 
Act that regulate the use of highwax 
by vehicles and pedestrians and thai 
regulate the encroachment or projer 
tion of buildings or any portion there- 
of upon or over highways, 

which shall remain in force until repealed b\ 
the council of the Town of Alexandria; 

ib) by-laws passed by the Township of Kenyon 
under sections 45, 58 or 61 of the Drainage 
Act, or a predecessor of those sections; and 

(c) by-laws conferring rights, privileges, fran- 
chises, immunities or exemptions that could 
not have been lawfully repealed by the coun- 
cil of the Township of Kenyon. 

4. On the 1st day of May, 1986, the by-laws of the 
Town of Alexandria extend to the annexed area and 
the by-laws of the Township of Lochiel cease to apply 
to such area, except, 

(a) by-laws that were passed, 

(i) by the Township of Lochiel under 
section 34 or 41 of the Planning Act, 
1983 or a predecessor of those sec- 
tions, 

(ii) by the Township of Lochiel that are 
kept in force by subsection 13 (3) of 
The Municipal Amendment Act, 1941 , 



(iii) by the Township of Lochiel under the 
Highway Traffic Act or the Municipal 
Act that regulate the use of highways 
by vehicles and pedestrians and that 
regulate the encroachment or projec- 
tion of buildings or any portion there- 
of upon or over highways, 

which shall remain in force until repealed by 
the council of the Town of .'Me.xandria; 

(b) by-laws passed by the Township of Lochiel 
under sections 45, 58 or 61 of the Drainage 
Act, or a predecessor of those sections; and 

(c) by-laws conferring rights, privileges, fran- 
chises, immunities or exemptions that could 
not have been lawfully repealed by the coun- 
cil of the Township of Lochiel. 



796 



O. Reg. 239/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2225 



5. — (1) The clerk of the Township of Kenyon shall 
prepare and furnish to the clerk of the Town of 
Alexandria, on or before the 15th day of May, 1986, a 
special collector's roll showing all arrears of taxes or 
special rates assessed against the lands in the annexed 
area up to and including the 30th day of April, 1986 
and the persons assessed therefor. 

(2) The clerk of the Township of Lochiel shall pre- 
pare and furnish to the clerk of the Town of Alexan- 
dria, on or before the 15th day of May, 1986. a special 
collector's roll showing all arrears of ta.xes or special 
rates assessed against the lands in the annexed area up 
to and including the 30th day of April, 1986 and the 
persons assessed therefor. 



6. — (1) All real property taxes, business taxes and 
other assessments, rates and charges, lexied under any 
general or special Act and uncollected in the anne.xed 
area which are due and unpaid on the 1st day of May, 
1986 shall be deemed on that date to be taxes due and 
payable to The Corporation of the Town of .Alexandria 
and may be collected by The Corporation of the Town 
of .Alexandria, together with any penalty, interest or 
other costs that may be added thereto. 

(2) The Corporation of the Town of .Alexandria 
shall pay to The Corporation of the Township of 
Kenyon or to The Corporation of the Township of 
Lochiel, as the case may be, an amount equal to the 
amount of all deemed ta.xes referred to in subsection 
(1), together with any accumulated penalty or interest 
thereon, and the Town shall make such payment or 
payments on the first day of the month following the 
month in which the said amounts were collected. 

(3) Notwithstanding subsection (2), The Corpora- 
tion of the Town of .Alexandria shall forthwith pay to 
The Corporation of the Township of Kenyon or The 
Corporation of the Township of Lochiel, as the case 
may be, an amount equal to the amount of all deemed 
ta-xes referred to in subsection (1), together with any 
accumulated penalty or interest thereon, but e.xcluding 
any amounts stricken off the roll by the treasurer of the 
Town of .Alexandria as uncollectible, that remain due 
to the Town of .Ale.xandria and unpaid as of the 1st day 
of January, 1987. 



7.— (1) The clerk of the Township of Kenyon shall, 
on or before the 15th day of May, 1986 and on or 
before the 30th day of Januar> in each successive year, 
prepare and furnish to the clerk of the Town of 
Alexandria a special collector's roll showing the 
amounts owing on lands in the annexed area which are 
specifically assessed under the Drainage Act, the Tile 
Drainage Act, the Shoreline Property Assistance Act, 
the Housing Development Act, the Local Improvement 
Act, or other legislation, in respect of debentures or 
long-term obligations issued on the credit of the 
Township of Kenyon, the legislative authority under 
which such amounts are levied, the lands and persons 
assessed therefor, and the dates on which the said 
amounts are due and payable. 



I (2) The clerk of the Township of Lochiel shall, on or 
j before the 15th day of May, 1986 and on or before the 
j 30th day of Januar> in each successive year, prepare 
; and furnish to the clerk of the Town of .Alexandria a 
, special collector's roll showing the amounts owing on 
; lands in the annexed area which are specifically asses- 
j sed under the Drainage Act , the Tile Drainage Act , the 
I Shoreline Property Assistance Act, the Housing 
j Development Act , the Local Improvement Act , or other 
■ legislation, in respect of debentures or long-term oblig- 
j ations issued on the credit of the Township of Lochiel, 
I the legislative authority under which such amounts are 
levied, the lands and persons assessed therefor, and 
the dates on which the said amounts are due and pay- 
able. 

8. All amounts referred to in section 7, including 
any penalty, interest or other charges that may be 
added thereto, shall be deemed to be amounts owing to 
the Town of .Alexandria as of the date the amounts 
become due and payable, and the Town of .Alexandria 
may enforce the collection of these amounts in accor- 
dance with the Act under which the amount was 
levied. 

9. — (1) The Town of .Alexandria shall pay to the 
Township of Kenyon or the Township of Lochiel, as 
the case may be, all amounts referred to in section 7, 
immediately prior to the amounts becoming due and 
payable. 

(2) The matters referred to in subsections 7(1), 7 (2) 
and 9 (1) are deemed to be matters within the meaning 
of subsection 149 (2) of the Municipal Act. 

10. — (1) The assessment upon which taxes are 
levied in the annexed area after the 30th day of .April, 
j 1986 and for the balance of the 1986 tax year shall be 
! the assessment shown on the assessment rolls for the 
j townships of Kenyon and Lochiel, respectively, which 
I were prepared b> the .Assessment Commissioner in 
! 1985 for taxation in 1986, as adjusted by such addi- 
tional assessments as may be made pursuant to section 
32 or section 33 of the Assessment Act in respect of the 
1986 tax year. 

(2) For the purpose of the assessment rolls for the 
Town of .Alexandria to be prepared in 1986 and sub- 
sequent years, land in the annexed area shall be asses- 
sed in accordance with the classes of real property and 
the factors prescribed for the Town of Alexandria. 

(3) The Assessment Commissioner shall prepare 
lists of the properties in the annexed area showing the 
assessment prepared under subsection 10 (1) and other 
information required under subsection 13 (1) of the 
Assessment Act, and shall forward the lists to the 
clerks of the Town of Alexandria, the Township of 
Kenyon and the Township of Lochiel forthwith after 
the 1st day of May, 1986. 

1 1 . — ( 1) The annexed area is established as a special 
area for taxation purposes and the provisions of this 
section apply to each property in the annexed area. 



797 



2226 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 239/86 



(2) In the year 1986, real property and business tax- 
es shall be paid in an amount equal to the product of 
the 1986 total township mill rate for all purposes mul- 
tiplied by the assessment for the said property as 
shown on the last returned assessment roll for the 
township for the 1986 taxation year. 

(3) In the year 1987, real property and business tax- 
es shall be paid in an amount equal to the product of 
the 1987 total town mill rate for all purposes multiplied 
by the assessment for the said property as shown on 
the last returned assessment roll for the town for the 

1987 taxation year and subtracting therefrom three- 
quarters of the amount of the differential calculated 
under subsection (6). 

(4) In the year 1988, real property and business tax- 
es shall be paid in an amount equal to the product of 
the 1988 total town mill rate for all purposes multiplied 
by the assessment for the said property as shown on 
the last returned assessment roll for the town for the 

1988 taxation year and subtracting therefrom half of 
the amount of the differential calculated under sub- 
section (6). 

(5) In the year 1989, real property and business tax- 
es shall be paid in an amount equal to the product of 
the 1989 total town mill rate for all purposes multiplied 
by the assessment for the said property as shown on 
the last returned assessment roll for the town for the 

1989 taxation year and subtracting therefrom one- 
quarter of the amount of the differential calculated 
under subsection (6). 

(6) In the year 1987, the treasurer of the Town of 
Alexandria shall calculate a tax differential for each 
property in the annexed area in the following manner: 

1. The treasurer shall calculate the product 
obtained when the assessed value of the 
property as shown on the last returned 
assessment roll for the Town of Alexandria 
for the taxation year 1987 is multiplied by the 
total town mill rate for all purposes for the 
taxation year 1987. 

2. The treasurer shall calculate the product 
obtained when the assessed value of the 
property as shown on the collector's roll for 
the taxation year 1986, as it stands on 
December 31, 1986, is multiplied by the total 
township mill rate for all purposes for the 
taxation year 1987. 

3. The treasurer shall calculate the difference 
obtained when the amounts calculated under 
paragraph 2 are subtracted from the amounts 
calculated under paragraph 1, and the 
amount calculated under this paragraph shall 
be deemed the tax differential for the pur- 
poses of subsections (3), (4) and (S). 

(7) Where the effect of the annexation is to combine 
two or more separately assessed parcels into a single 
parcel, or to divide an existing parcel, the assessed 



value in paragraph 2 of subsection (6) shall be the 
amount for which the parcel showing on the roll would 
have been assessed had it been entered on the 1987 
assessment roll for the township. 

(8) If a change occurs in the basis of assessment on a 
property in the annexed area from 1987 to 1989, inclu- 
sive, the tax differential for each property shall remain 
as calculated under subsection (6), but a tax differen- 
tial shall in no case exceed the amount of the taxes 
payable, and a tax differential shall be combined or 
divided on a proportionate basis to accommodate the 
combination or division of properties to which the tax 
differentials correspond. 



12. The Town of Alexandria and the townships of 
Kenyon and Lochiel may make arrangements as they 
deem appropriate for the levying and collection of real 
property and business taxes for 1986 in the annexed 
area. 



13. — (1) The Town of Alexandria shall pay to each 
of the townships of Kenyon and Lochiel, respectively, 
in each of the years 1986 to 1995, inclusive, grants 
equal to the amount of taxes levied for local purposes 
in 1985 on all properties, other than exempt properties, 
in the townships of Kenyon and Lochiel, respectively, 
annexed to the Town of Alexandria. 

(2) In each of the years 1986 to 1995, inclusive, the- 
Town of Alexandria shall pay to each of the townships 
of Kenyon and Lochiel, respectively, 50 per cent of the 
amount owing under subsection (1) on or before the Isi. 
day of March, and the remaining 50 per cent owing 
under subsection (1) on or before the 1st day of 
September. 

(3) Notwithstanding subsections (1) and (2), 

(a) the grants payable by the Town of Alexan- 
dria in 1986 to each of the townships of 
Kenyon and Lochiel shall be reduced by an 
amount equal to the amount of the taxes 
levied in 1986 and collected by the townships 
of Kenyon and Lochiel, respectively, on or 
before the 30th day of April, 1986; and 

(b) the Town of Alexandria shall pay the 
amounts owing in 1986 to the townships of 
Kenyon and Lochiel, respectively, on or 
before the 1st day of September, 1986. 

(4) The matters referred to in subsections 13 (1) and 
(2) are deemed to be matters within the meaning of 
subsection 149 (2) of the Municipal Act. 

14. The areas annexed to the Town shall continue 
to be governed by the official plans of the townships of 
Kenyon and Lochiel, respectively, until such time as 
amendments with respect to the aforesaid area are 
made by the council of the Town of Alexandria to its 
official plan. 



798 



O. Reg. 239/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2227 



15. — (1) The Town of Alexandria shall not apply 
for a further annexation of lands from the townships of 
Kenyon and Lochiel before the 1st day of May, 2001. 

(2) Notwithstanding subsection (1). the Town of 
Alexandria may apply for a further annexation of land 
from the townships of Kenyon or Lochiel, or both, on 
or before the 30th day of April. 2001, if the council of 
the Township of Kenyon or the council of the 
Township of Lochiel, or both, as the case may be, is 
consulted and agrees to the application before the 
application is submitted. 

16. The agreement between The Corporation of the 
Town of .Alexandria, The Corporation of the 
Township of Kenyon and The Corporation of the 
Township of Lochiel dated the 10th day of October, 
1985, as amended, is hereby given effect. O. Reg. 
239/86. 



Recommended 



Concurred 



BER.NARD GR.A.\D.M.\iTRE 

Minister of Municipal 
Affairs 

Elinor Caplan 
Chairman 



.Approved and Ordered April 24, 1986. 

LiN'COLN M. Alexa.\der 
Lieutenant Governor 

Schedule \ 

PORTION OF THE TOWNSHIP OF KENYON 
ANNEXED TO THE TOWN OF ALEXANDRIA 

Beginning at the intersection of the westerly 
boundar>- of the Town of .Alexandria and the 
centre line of the King's Highway Number 
43; 

Thence westerly along the centre line of the 
said King's Highway to the westerly limit of 
Lot 2 in Concession III of the Township of 
Kenyon; 

Thence northerly along the westerly limit of 
the said Lot and the said westerly limit pro- 
longed northerly to the centre line of the road 
allowance between concessions III and IV; 

Thence easterly along the centre line of the 
said road allowance to the easterly boundary' 
of the Township of Kenyon; 

Thence southerly along the easterly bound- 
ar>- of the said Township to the northerly 
boundan. of the Town of Alexandria; 

Thence westerly along the said northerly 
boundan. to the northwesterly angle of the 
said Town; 



Thence southerly along the westerly bound- 
arv of the said Town to the place of begin- 
ning. O. Reg. 239/86, Sched. A. 



Schedule B 

PORTION OF THE TOWNSHIP OF LOCHIEL 
ANNEXED TO THE TOWN OF ALEX.ANDRIA 

1. Beginning at the intersection of the southerly 
boundary' of the Town of Alexandria and the 
centre line of the King's Highway Number 
34; 

Thence southerly along the centre line of the 
said King's Highway 300 metres more or less 
to the westerly boundarv- of the Township of 
Lochiel; 

Thence northerly along the westerly bound- 
ary of the said Township to the southerly 
boundary of the Town of Alexandria; 

Thence southeasterly following the bound- 
aries of the said Town to the place of begin- 
ning. 



2 . Beginning at the intersection of the easterly 
boundary of the Town of Alexandria and the 
centre line of St. Paul Street in the said 
Town; 

Thence easterly along the centre line of 
McCormick Road to the easterly limit of Lot 
36 in Concession II of the Township of 
Lochiel; 

Thence northerly along the easterly limit of 
the said Lot and the said easterly limit pro- 
longed northerly to the centre line of the road 
allowance between concessions II and III; 

Thence westerly along the centre line of the 
said road allowance to the westerly boundary 
of the Township of Lochiel; 

Thence southerly along the westerly bound- 
ary of the said Township to the northerly 
boundary of the Town of Alexandria; 

Thence southeasterly along the northeasterly 
boundaries of the said Town to the easterly 
boundary of the said Town; 

Thence southerly along the said easterly 
boundary to the place of beginning. 



(8685) 



O. Reg. 239/86, Sched. B. 
20 



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2228 O. Reg. 240/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 241/86 

NURSING HOMES ACT 

O. Reg. 240/86. 

General. 

Made— May 1st, 1986. 

Filed— Mav 1st, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 
REGULATION 690 OF REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 
NURSING HOMES ACT 

1. Item 23 of Table 1 of Regulation 690 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as made 
by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 40/86, is revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

23. On or after the 1st day of February, 1986, 

but before the 1st day of May, 1986. $595.15 $19.57 

24. On or after the 1st day of May, 1986. $602.02 $19.79 

(8686) 20 



HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

O. Reg. 241/86. 

General. 

Made— May 1st, 1986. 

Filed— May 1st, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 
REGULATION 452 OF REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 
HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

1. Item 5 of Table lA of Regulation 452 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as 
remade by subsection 1 (5) of Ontario Regulation 90/86, is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 244/86 2231 



HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

O. Reg. 242/86. 
Driving Instructor's Licence. 
Made— March 26th, 1986. 
Filed— Mav 1st. 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 464 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

1. Subsection 4 (2) of Regulation 464 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
is revoked. 

2.— (1) Clause 5 (1) (*) of the said Regu- 
lation is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 

(ft) such material as may be required by the 
Minister for the purpose of section 3; and 

(2) Subsection 5 (2) of the said Regulation 
is revoked. 



(8688) 



20 



HOUSING DEVELOP.MENT .ACT 

O. Reg. 243/86. 

General. 

Made— May 1st, 1986. 

Filed— May 1st, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 506 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HOUSING DEVELOPMENT ACT 

1. Subsection 2 (3) of Regulation 506 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, 
as remade by section 1 of Ontario Reg- 
ulation 227/84, is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

(3) The Minister may require the municipality to 
repay to the Province of Ontario, 

(a) any part of a trust fund established under 
clause 4 (b) that is used for a purpose other 
than, 

(i) that for which the trust fund was 
established, or 

(ii) those investments permitted by clause 
4 (ba); and 

(6) any amount accumulated in a trust fund that, 
exceeds the amount used for loans or grants 
under the program. O. Reg. 243/86, s. 1. 

2. Section 4 of the said Regulation, as 
amended by section 3 of Ontario Reg- 
ulation 227/84, is further amended by 
adding thereto the following clause: 

(/) upon request of the Minister under subsec- 
tion 2 (3), pay back to the Province of 
Ontario forthwith the whole or any part of 
the trust fund. 



(8689) 



20 



GENERAL WELFARE ASSISTANCE ACT 

O. Reg. 244/86. 

General. 

Made— May 1st, 1986. 

Filed— May 1st, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 
REGULATION 441 OF REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 
GENERAL WELFARE ASSISTANCE ACT 



Item 14 of Schedule E to Regulation 441 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as 
made by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 139/86, is revoked and the following substi- 
tuted therefor: 

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14. 



15. 
(8690) 



O. Reg. 244/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

From and including the 1st day of February, 
1986, up to and including the 30th day of 
April, 1986 .19.57 48.48 

From and including the 1st day of May, 1986 19.79 48.48 



O. Reg. 247/86 



77.00 
77.00 



41.25 
41.25 



20 



FAMILY BENEFITS ACT 

O. Reg. 245/86. 

General. 

Made— May 1st, 1986. 

Filed— May 1st, 1986. 



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 49/86, is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

(i) $19.79 a day, or 

2. This Regulation comes into force on 
the 1st day of May, 1986. 



(8691) 



20 



CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS ACT 

O. Reg. 246/86. 

General. 

Made— May 1st 1986. 

Filed— May 1st, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 
REGULATION 95 OF REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 
CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS ACT 

1. Item 33 of Table 1 of Regulation 95 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as made 
by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 138/86, is revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

33. From and including the 1st day 
of February, 1986, up to and 
including the 30th day of April, 
1986 19.57 48.48 33.93 77.00 33.50 



34. From and including the 1st day 
of May, 1986 



19.79 



48.48 



34.15 



77.00 



(8692) 



HOMES FOR THE AGED AND REST HOMES ACT 

O. Reg. 247/86. 

General. 

Made — May 1st, 1986. 

Filed— May 1st, 1986. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 248/86 2233 



REGULATION TO AMEND 
REGULATION 502 OF REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 
HOMES FOR THE AGED AND REST HOMES ACT 

Item 33 of Table 1 of Regulation 502 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as made 
by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 140/86, is revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 



33. From and including the 1st day of February, 
1986, up to and including the 30th day of 
April, 1986 

34. From and including the 1st day of May, 1986 
(8693) 

AMUSEMENT DEVICES ACT, 1986 

O. Reg. 248/86. 

General. 

Made — May 1st, 1986. 

Filed— May 1st, 1986. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
AMUSEMENT DEVICES ACT, 1986 

GENER.\L 

Part I 

INTERPRETATION 

1. In this Regulation, 

adult kart" means a kart that is designed for use by 
persons who are at least 1320 millimetres (52 
inches) in height; 

attendant" means a person who acti\ely engages 
in or supervises the loading, passage or unloading of 
riders on an amusement device or the marshalling 
of rider carr>ing units or both; 

go-kart" means an amusement device that consists of 
one or more adult karts or kiddie karts that may be 
driven on a track at a limited speed and includes 
the go-kart track, the pit area and surrounding 
area; 

kart" means a self-propelled motorized vehicle that is 
designed to be driven on a go-kart track where the 
driver has full control over acceleration from rest, 
deceleration, stopping and steering of the vehicle; 

kiddie kart" means a kart that is designed primarily 
for use by persons who do not exceed 1375 milli- 
metres (54 inches) in height; 

JTiechanic" means a person who has at least four years 
work experience directly related to the work 
assigned to the person and who has knowledge of 



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the Act, this Regulation and the codes applicable to 
the work to which the person is assigned; 

"operator" means a person who has direct control over 
the starting and stopping of an amusement device 
or part thereof including control over the speed of 
the amusement device or is directly in charge of 
the operation of the amusement device. O. Reg. 
248/86, s. 1. 

APPLICATION 

2. All amusement devices except go-karts are 
exempt from the Act and this Regulation. O. Reg. 
248/86, s. 2. 

LICE.NCE TO CARRY ON BUSINESS 

3. — (1) An application for a licence to carr> on the 
business of operating an amusement device or a 
renewal thereof shall be in a form provided by the 
Director. 

(2) It is a condition for entitlement for a licence that 
the applicant, 

(o) is or has in his or her employ a mechanic; 

(b ) has, or where the applicant is not an operator 
each operator employed by the applicant has, 
full knowledge of the Act and this Regula- 
tion; and 

(c) has liability insurance in an amount that is 
not less than $1,000,000 with a deductible 
that is not greater than 55,000. 

(3) A licence to carr> on the business of operating an 
amusement device expires on the 31st day of December 
next following the date on which it was issued, unless 
otherwise stated in the licence. O. Reg. 248/86, s. 3. 

PERMIT TO OPERATE 

4. — (1) An application for a permit to operate an 
amusement device or a renewal thereof shall be in a 
form provided b\ the Director. 



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(2) An application referred to in subsection (1) shall 
be accompanied by the operating schedule of the 
applicant and shall be filed with the Director at least 
thirty days before the start of the operating season in 
the case of a seasonally operated amusement device or 
in the case of all other amusement devices before the 
1st day of December. 

(3) Where an operating schedule is not submitted 
with an application, the operating schedule shall be 
submitted to the Director within the time period set 
out in subsection (2) before a permit is issued to the 
applicant. 

(4) The operating schedule referred to in subsection 
(2) shall include the location or locations in Ontario 
where the amusement device will be operated together 
with the operating periods. 

(5) In the case of an itinerant amusement device, the 
operating schedule shall show the route planned in 
Ontario for the whole operating season and shall, with 
respect to the operating periods, specify the times for 
erection and dismantling of the amusement device. 

(6) The licensee shall forward any changes to the 
operating schedule to the Director forthwith by tele- 
phone or other means of immediate communication 
and confirm the changes in writing. 

(7) It is a condition for the issuing of a permit to 
operate an amusement device that, 

(a) the applicant is a licensee; 

(b) the amusement device with respect to which 
the application refers is registered; and 

(c) the amusement device complies with this 
Regulation. 

(8) A permit to operate an amusement device 
expires on the 31st day of December next following the 
date on which it was issued unless otherwise stated on 
the permit. O. Reg. 248/86, s. 4. 

REGISTRATION OF AMUSEMENT DEVICES 

5.— <1) An application for registration of an 
amusement device shall be made in a form supplied by 
the Director and shall be filed with the Director at least 
thirty days before it is intended to put the amusement 
device into operation. 

(2) It is a condition for the issuing of a registration 
for an amusement device that, 

(a) a technical dossier with respect to the 
amusement device is filed with the Director; 

(b) the amusement device is erected by a 
licensee; 

(c) the amusement device is inspected by an 
inspector; and 



(d) the amusement device is in safe operating 
condition and is in conformance with this - 
Regulation. 

(3) The licensee who erects the amusement device 
shall carry out a preliminary examination of the 
amusement device and shall be satisfied that all work 
has been completed and is in accordance with the filed 
technical dossier and that the device complies with the 
Act and this Regulation before arranging for an initial 
inspection of the amusement device. 

(4) The licensee who erects the amusement device 
shall arrange for the initial inspection of the amuse- 
ment device by an inspector. 

(5) Where the amusement device is in conformance 
with this Regulation and the applicant has met all the 
conditions set out in this section, the applicant for the 
registration of the amusement device is entitled to have 
the amusement device registered. 

(6) A registration for an amusement device may be 
issued subject to such restrictions as is nefessar>- to 
ensure the safe operation of the amusement device. 

(7) Where an amusement device is registered, 

(a) the inspector who carries out the initial 
inspection shall affix a notice indicating the 
registration number to the amusement device 
and its component; and 

ib) the Director shall issue a written certificate of 
registration with respect to the amusement 
device. 

(8) A copy of the technical dossier referred to in 
subsection (2) shall be kept at the location of the 
amusement device. 

(9) The technical dossier shall be updated to include 
all data concerning changes and improvements made 
to the amusement device. 

( 10) A copy of all changes to a technical dossier shall 
be sent forthwith to the Director. O. Reg. 248/86, 

s. 5. 



ATTENDANTS AND OPERATORS 



I 



6. — (1) The following persons shall be appointed b; 
the licensee in respect of each amusement device oper- 
ated by the licensee in sufficient numbers to meet the 
requirements of this Regulation: 

1 . Operators. 



2. .Attendants. 

(2) Attendants and operators shall be readily identi- 
fiable. 

(3) Every attendant or operator shall have such 
knowledge, training and experience in operating or 
attending the amu.sement device that. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2235 



I 



(a) the attendant or operator is able to attend or 
operate the amusement de\nce safely without 
super\Tsion; and 

(6 ) will ensure that the attendant or operator is 
aware of the hazardous situations that are 
hkely to occur with respect to persons using 
the amusement de\nce. 

(4) An attendant shall. 

(a ) only be responsible for the safe operation and 
use of the amusement de\ice or component 
that is within the scope of the attendant's 
emploNTnent; 

(b) be stationed in a location designated by the 
operator, 

(c) ensure that persons move safely to or from 
the amusement de\nce and that users are 
properh instructed with respect to the area 
and components under the attendant's 
super\Tsion; and 

(d) ensure that all components of the amusement 
de\-ices are properly engaged and that all 
necessary safety measures in the cir- 
cumstances are taken before a signal is given 
to an operator or to the user to operate the 
amusement de\nce. 

(5) -An operator shall, 

(a) be responsible for the safe operation and use 
of the whole amusement de\-ice or part there- 
of that the operator is in charge of; 

(6) not operate the amusement de\ice unless the 
operator has been given signals by attendants 
to operate it or the operator is otherwise 
satisfied that all necessar>- safety measures in 
the circumstances have been taken to ensure 
the safe operation of the amusement de\-ice; 
and 

(c) not leave the controls of the amusement 
de\-ice unattended without taking measures 
to prevent the unauthorized operation of the 
amusement de\-ice. O. Reg. 248/86, s. 6. 



OPERATIO.N" .\XD M.\INTENAXCE 

7. — (1) No installation or maintenance shall be 
performed on an amusement de\-ice unless the work is 
performed by a mechanic or by a mechanic-in-training 
under the super\-ision of a mechanic. 

(2) N'o mechanic shall be assigned or undertake 
work on an amusement de\-ice that is beyond the scope 
of the mechanic's experience or training. 

(3) Except where otherwise required under subsec- 
tion (4). the methods and intervals of maintenance of 



an amusement device shall be determined by the licen- 
see based on, 

(a ) the inherent qualities of the materials in the 
amusement de\ice and the design and 
workmanship of the amusement de\ice; 

(b) the recommendations of the manufacturer or 
an agent of the manufacturer with respect to 
maintenance; and 

(f ) the frequency and method of usage of the 
amusement de\ice. 

(4) Every licensee shall ensure that all parts of each 
amusement de\ice operated by the Ucensee are, 

(a) inspected, cleaned, lubricated and adjusted 
at inter\als sufficient to ensure safe operation 
of the de\ice; and 

(6) replaced or repaired when defective or 
broken. 

(5) Where a part of an amusement de\ice is replaced 
for any reason, the replacement part shall be at least 
equivalent to or better than the original part as 
supplied by the manufacturer. O. Reg. 248/86. s. 7. 



8. — <1) Ever> licensee shall maintain a log book 
with respect to each amusement de\ice operated by the 
licensee. 

(2) .A log book shall be kept at the same location as 
the amusement de\ice to which it relates. 

(3) A log book shall include, 

(a ) the results of all tests and inspections carried 
out on the amusement device; 

(6) the daily operating records with respect to 
the amusement device, including all data 
concerning incidents and accidents involving 
the amusement device; and 

(c) the maintenance records wdth respect to the 
amusement device, including all data con- 
cerning changes and improvements carried 
out on the amusement device. 

(4) A log book shall be retained for a period of at 
least six years from the date of the last entrv" in the 
log. O. Reg. 248/86, s. 8. 

9. Where a manufacturer or owner of an amuse- 
ment device or a licensee discovers a defect in a part or 
component that is related to the safety of operation or 
usage of an amusement device and that part or com- 
ponent is replaced and as a result of the discoverv- the 
same part or component is replaced in other amuse- 
ment devices, the manufacturer, owner or Ucensee. as 
the case may be, shall forthwith noti^' the Director, in 
writing, stating the nature of the defect and any 



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O. Reg. 248/86 



actions taken with respect to the part or compo- 
nent. O. Reg. 248/86, s. 9. 

10. — (1) The following fees are payable under the 
Act and this Regulation: 

1. On an application for a licence to car- 
ry on the business of operating an 
amusement device $200 

2. For a renewal of licence to carry on 
business of operating an amusement 
device 100 

3. On an application for a permit to 
operate an amusement device SO 

4. On an application for a renewal of a 
permit to operate an amusement 
device 25 

5. On an application for a registration, 

for an adult go-kart 100 

for a kiddie go-kart 50 

6. On an initial inspection of an amuse- 
ment device, 



for an adult go-kart 



for a kiddie go-kart 



100 
+$5 

per 
kart 

50 



7. On an inspection of an amusement 
device that is made subsequent to an 
initial inspection referred to in Item 5 
where the initial inspection reveals 
that the amusement device does not 
conform to the requirements of the 
Act and this Regulation, 



for an adult go-kart 
for a kiddie go-kart . 



On a periodic inspection of an 
amusement device, 

for an adult go-kart 



for a kiddie go-kart 

On a special inspection of an amuse- 
ment device following a complaint, 
accident, fire or similar occurrence 
with respect to the amusement device 
or an inspection under clauses 10 (2) 
(a) or (e) of the Act, 



100 

50 



100 
+S5 

per 
kart 

50 



10. 



11. 



12. 



13. 



for an adult go-kart S 100 



for a kiddie go-kart 



On a follow-up inspection of an 
amusement device that is made after a 
periodic inspection or special inspec- 
tion where the follow-up inspection 
reveals that the licensee has not com- 
plied with the orders of the inspector 
that were given at the time of the 
periodic or special inspection, 

for an adult go-kart 



for a kiddie go-kart 

On a follow-up inspection of an 
amusement device that is made after a 
periodic inspection or special inspec- 
tion where the follow-up inspection 
reveals that the licensee has complied 
with the orders of the inspector that 
were given at the time of the periodic 
or special inspection, 

for an adult go-kart 



for a kiddie go-kart 



Where an inspection is unduly 
delayed or prolonged by reason of a 
licensee failing to comply with a 
requirement of clause 10 (2) (d) of the 
Act, all reasonable travelling, meal 
and accommodation expenses neces- 
sarily incurred by the inspector in 
connection with the inspection by 
reason of the delay or prolongation 
plus 



Where an inspection is specially 
arranged to suit a licensee's schedule, 
all reasonable travelling, meal and 
accommodation expenses necessarily 
incurred by the inspector in connec- 
tion with the inspection. 



14. For a copy of an inspection report or 
other document relating to an 
amusement device 



15. For a revision of technical dossier . 



16. For a replacement of a registration 



50 



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25 



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(2) The manpower, test load, measuring and other 
devices required to carry out an inspection shall be 
provided by the licensee. O. Reg. 248/86, s. 10. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2237 



Part II 

GENER.\L TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS 

11. — (1) The welding of a steel structure on an 
amusement dexnce shall conform to the design and 
procedure requirements of CSA Standard \V59-1984, 
Welded Steel Construction (Metal Arc Welding). 

(2) The welding of a steel structure on an amuse- 
ment device shall be undertaken by a fabricator or a 
contractor qucdified to the requirements of CSA 
Standard W47-1983, Certification of Companies for 
F'ision Welding of Steel Structures. 

,3) The field welding of piping and fittings on an 
amusement device shall conform to CSA Standard 
B5 1-1981, Code for the Construction and Inspection of 
Boiler and Pressure Vessels. O. Reg. 248/86, s. 11. 



Part HI 

GO-KARTS 

12. — (1) This Part applies only to amusement 
devices that are go-karts but does not apply to racing 
go-karts, all terrain vehicles (ATVs), all terrain cycles 
(ATCs) or dune buggies. 

(2) It is a condition for maintaining a licence that 
the licensee ensure that the requirements of this Part 
are complied with in respect of each go-kart operated 
by the licensee. O. Reg. 248/86. s. 12. 

TECHNICAL DOSSIER 

13. — (1) The technical dossier for a go-kart shall 
include at least, 

(a ) where applicable, the address of the go-kart 
location; 

ib) a plan that shows the general outline, type of 
construction and the materials used for the 
go-kart track, pit area of the track, fences 
and barricades; 

(c ) a plan that shows the general outline of the 
buildings, posts and natural barriers that are 
located within ten metres from the edge of 
the track; 

(</) the direction of travel of karts on the track; 

(e) the length of the track; 

(/) the maximum number of karts to be used 
simultaneously on the track; 

(g) the ma.ximum speed permitted on the track; 

(h) the make, model, year of manufacture and 
maximum achievable speed of each kart to be 
used on the track; 



(i) any variances from a code that is referred to 
in this Regulation, including an assessment 
as to how the variances may affect the safety 
of users of the amusement device and the 
general public; and 

(j) copies of maintenance and operational man- 
uals with respect to the karts intended to be 
used on the track. 

(2) In the case of a go-kart intended to be used at 
different locations where the track may differ in lay- 
out, shape and length, the technical dossier referred to 
in subsection (1) shall show the multiple designs of the 
go-kart track components. O. Reg. 248/86, s. 13. 

PERMIT AXD REGISTRATION NUMBER 

14. — ( 1) A permit that is issued to operate a go-kart 
and the installation number allocated to the go-kart 
shall be posted in the vicinitv- of the track ticket office 
in a location that is conspicuous to the patrons of the 
go-kart. 

(2) Each registration number that is allocated to an 
individual kart shall be permanently affixed to the 
frame of the kart. O. Reg. 248/86, s. 14. 



ATTEND.\XTS -AND OPERATORS 

15. — (1) .\n operator shall be in charge of the oper- 
ation of each go-kart. 

(2) .attendants shall assist and instruct drivers 
and shall monitor situations on or around the track. 
O. Reg. 248/86, s. 15. 

KART DESIGN 

16. — (1) Except as set out in subsections (2) and (3), 
the speed of everv- kart shall be inherently limited or 
governed so as not to exceed the maximum speed for 
which the track is designed. 

(2) The speed of an adult kart shall be limited or 
governed so as not to exceed 45 km/h. 

(3) The speed of a kiddie kart shall be limited or 
governed so as not to exceed 16 km/h. 

(4) Where the design of a kart enables the readjust- 
ment of its ma.ximum speed to exceed the limits set out 
in this section, the means of adjusting the speed shall 
not be accessible to the user of the kart. O. Reg. 
248/86, s. 16. 

1 7. — ( 1) .\ back rest or roll bar that protrudes above 
the seat back of a kart shall be padded. 

(2) The seat of everv- kart. back rest and leg area 
shall be so designed as to retain the driver inside the 
kart in the event of a collision at the front, rear or side 
of the kart. O. Reg. 248/86, s. 17. 



809 



2238 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 248/86 



18. Hot engine parts and moving or rotating parts 
of a kart that may constitute a hazard to an occupant 
who is seated in a seat of the go-kart shall be shielded 
to prevent the driver from getting burnt and to prevent 
a driver's hair, hands or clothing from becoming 
entangled during the operation of the kart. O. Reg. 
248/86, s. 18. 

19. No more than one person shall occupy a go-kart 
at any one time unless the kart is equipped with a seat 
that is intended to seat two persons. O. Reg. 248/86, 
s. 19. 

20. A kart shall have brakes that are so designed 
and adjusted as to enable a seventy-five kilogram 
driver to slow down and stop the kart from its 
maximum speed within a distance of ten metres. 
O. Reg. 248/86, s. 20. 

21. — (1) The brake and throttle controls on a kart 
shall be foot operated and shall be readily recognizable 
as to function. 

(2) The brake and throttle control on a kart pedal 
shall automatically return to a non-operational posi- 
tion when released. O. Reg. 248/86, s. 21. 

22. — (1) The steering wheel and its hub on a kart 
shall be padded. 

(2) All exposed components on a kart that are 
located between the seat and the steering wheel shall 
be padded and designed so as to minimize the risk of 
injury to the driver in the event of a collision or 
upset. O. Reg. 248/86, s. 22. 

23. A kart shall be provided with impact absorbing 
bumpers or body parts on the front of the kart. 
O. Reg. 248/86, s. 23. 

24. The wheels of a kart shall be so enclosed or 
guarded that the wheel of one kart cannot interlock 
with or ride over the wheels of another kart. O. Reg. 
248/86, s. 24. 

25. The fuel tank of a kart shall be so designed and 
mounted that it does not get damaged during a roll- 
over. O. Reg. 248/86, s. 25. 

TRACK DESIGN 



26. A go-kart track shall, 

(a) have a hard and smooth surface; 

(b) provide road grip sufficient to enable a kart 
to be driven safely at maximum speed and to 
stop within the stopping distance set out in 
section 20; and 



(c) be free of ruts, holes or bumps. 
248/86, s. 26. 



O. Reg. 



edges of a go-kart track except where barriers that are 
built in accordance with subsection 3 1 (4) are provided 
along the inside and outside edges of the entire 
track. O. Reg. 248/86, s. 27. 

28. Every go-kart track shall be closed at any time 
that the visibility on the track is less than fifty 
metres. O. Reg. 248/86, s. 28. 

29. — (1) A go-kart track shall be equipped with at 
least two ABC dry chemical fire extinguishers of 2.25 
kilograms each that are prominently marked as to 
location and are easily accessible. 

(2) At least one of the extinguishers referred to in 
subsection (1) shall be kept in the pit area and at least 
one of the extinguishers shall be located such that it is 
within seventy metres of every section of the 
track. O. Reg. 248/86, s. 29. 

30. Refuelling of karts shall be carried out at a 
designated location that is remote from any area that is 
accessible to the public. O. Reg. 248/86, s. 30. 



31.- 

shall, 



(1) The track shoulder of every go-kart track 



27. White or yellow lines that are at least 100 
millimetres in width shall be used to mark all track 



(a) be level with the track or sloped towards or 
away from the track at a gradient that does 
not exceed a 1:12 ratio; and 

(b) have a smooth and firm surface up to at least 
10 metres from the track edge. 

(2) Where the barriers that are provided for a go- 
kart track are of a fixed type, the requirements of sub- 
section (1) that apply with respect to the track shoulder 
apply to the area between the track edge and the 
barriers. 

(3) Barriers shall be provided on every go-kart 
track, 

(a) along every outer edge of every track curve; 

{b) between the track and every obstruction or 
hazard that is located within 10 metres from 
the track; and 

(c) along all non-access and non-egress edges 
the pit area. 

(4) Barriers on a go-kart track shall, 

(a) be so constructed as to bring safely to a full 
stop a kart travelling at a maximum speed or 
to guide the kart back to the track; 

(b) be so designed as to prevent a kart from 
overturning or running over or under the 
barrier after its contact with the barrier; and 

(c) be constructed of materials that will not 
readily ignite. 



810 



O. Reg. 248/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 249/86 2239 



(5) A barrier on a go-kart track may be of non-fixed 
t\T)e where the barrier is such that the barrier will 
prevent the barrier and a kart that comes into contact 
with the barrier from encroaching onto any section of 
the track or spectator's area. O. Reg. 248/86, s. 31. 

32. — (1) Ever>- go-kart track shaU be surrounded by 
a fence that is at least Im in height that will prevent 
access to the track by persons who are not driving 
karts. 

(2) The requirements of subsection (1) may be met 
by the installation of barriers that meet the require- 
ments of section 22 or by natural barriers. O. Reg. 
248/86, s. 32. 



OPERATION AND USE 

33. Only a person who is at least 1320 millimetres 
(52 inches) in height and who has a leg length that is 
sufficient to reach the brake and throttle controls from 
the driver's seat shall be permitted to drive an adult 
kart. O. Reg. 248/86, s. i3. 

34. Only a person who does not exceed 1375 milli- 
metres (54 inches) in height and who has a leg length 
sufficient to reach the brake and throttle controls from 
the driver's seat shall be permitted to drive a kiddie 
kart. O. Reg. 248/86. s. 34. 

35. All karts that are operated simultaneously on a 
go-kart track shall have bumpers, body parts and 
wheels that are compatible. O. Reg. 248/86. s. 35. 

36. .\dult karts and kiddie karts shall not be oper- 
ated on the same track at the same time. O. Reg. 

248/86, s. 36. 

37. Xo kart shall be operated on a go-kart track 
where the weather conditions are such that the track 
does not meet the requirements of clause 26 {b). 
O. Reg. 248/86, s. 37. 

38. Even,- section of a go-kart track shall be moni- 
tored during the operation of the track directly by 
operators or attendants or indirectly by \isual elec- 
tronic means. O. Reg. 248/86, s. 38. 

39. .\ kart that is losing oil or fuel shall be 
immediately removed from the track. O. Reg. 
248/86. s. 39. 

40. Only a person who is wearing a helmet that fits 
the person's head and that meets the requirements of 
Regulation 482 of Rexnsed Regulations of Ontario, 
1980 (Safety Helmets) shall be pennitted to use a 
kart. O. Reg. 248/86, s. 40. 

41. — (1) .\ person who is apparently under the 
influence of alcohol or drugs shall not be permitted to 
use a kart. 

(2) .\ person who is smoking shall not be permitted 
to use a kart. O. Reg. 248/86, s. 41. 



42. .\ person who has hair longer than shoulder 
length shall not be permitted to use a kart unless the 
person's hair is tied up. O. Reg. 248/86, s. 42. 

j 

} 43. .\ person who is wearing loose clothing shall not 

! be permitted to use a kart unless the person's clothing 

I is secured. O. Reg. 248/86, s. 43. 

44. — (1) The following rules shall be posted at the 
track entrance and the pit: 

1. To drive an adult kart you must be at least 
1320mm (52 inches) tall. 

2. To drive a kiddie kart you must not be over 
1375mm (54 inches) tall. 

3. Keep both bands on the wheel at all Umes. 

4. Keep both feet in the kart at aU times. 

5. .Approved helmets are required to be worn. 

6. Hair longer than shoulder length must be tied 
up. 

7. .All loose clothing must be secured. 

8. No smoking in karts or in pit area. 

9. While on track — stay in kart at all times. 

( 2) Signs that indicate the direction of travel of karts 
shall be posted at various locations around the track 
perimeter. O. Reg. 248/86, s. 44. 

45. This Regulation comes into force on the day 
that section 18 of the Amusement Devices Act, 1986 is 
proclaimed in force. 



(8694) 



20 



PERSONAL PROPERTY SECURITY 
ACT 

O. Reg. 249/86. 

Fees Concerning Securit>- Documents. 

Made— May 1st, 1986. 

Filed— Mav 2nd. 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 748 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

PERSONAL PROPERTY SECURITY 

ACT 



1. Paragraph 1 of section 2 of Regulation 
748 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 



811 



2240 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 249/86 



1980, as remade by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 137/84, is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 



1. For registration of a statement 



$5 



2. This Regulation comes into force on 
the thirtieth day after the day it is filed 
with the Registrar of Regulations. 



(8695) 



20 



812 



O. Reg. 250/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 253/86 2307 



Publications Under The Regulations Act 



-May 24th, 1986 



PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 250/86. 

Delegation of Authority of Minister 

under Section 4 of the Planning Act. 

1983 — Condominium Plans. 
Made— May 5th, 1986. 
Filed— Mav 5th. 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 475/83 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

1. Section 2 of Ontario Regulation 475/83 
is amended by striking out "or" at the 
end of clause (a), by adding "or" at the 
end of clause (b ) and by adding thereto 
the following clause: 

(c) any application with respect to any existing 
rental residential property to a condo- 
minium. 

BeR-VARD GR.A.\D\L\iTRE 

Minister of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 5th day of May, 1986. 

(8696) 21 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 251/86. 

Delegation of Authority- of Minister 

under Section 4 of the Planning Act, 

1983 — Condominium Plans. 
Made— May 5th, 1986. 
Filed— May 5th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 72/86 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

1. Section 2 of Ontario Regulation 72/86 
is amended by striking out "or" at the 
end of clause (a), by adding "or" at the 
end of clause (b) and by adding thereto 
the following clause: 



(c) any appUcation with respect to any existing 
rental residential property to a condo- 
minium. 

BeR.\ARD GR.\NDM.\iTRE 

Minister of Municipal Affairs 
Dated at Toronto, this 5th day of May, 1986. 
(8697) 21 



REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF YORK 
ACT 

O. Reg. 252/86. 

.-Mteration of Status — Township of 

Georgina. 
Made— May 1st, 1986. 
Filed— May 6th, 1986. 



ORDER iLADE UNDER THE 
REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF YORK ACT 

ALTER.\TION OF STATUS— TOWNSHIP OF 
GEORGLNA 

1. Effective the 1st day of July. 1986, The Corpo- 
ration of the Township of Georgina is erected into a 
town municipality bearing the name of The Corpora- 
tion of the Town of Georgina. O. Reg. 252/86, s. 1. 

2. -A reference in any general or special Act to the 
Township of Georgina or The Corporation of the 
Township of Georgina shall be deemed to be a refer- 
ence to the Town of Georgina or The Corporation of 
the Town of Georgina, respectively. O. Reg. 252/86, 
s. 2. 



(8700) 



21 



FARM PRODUCTS GRADES AND SALES 
ACT 

O. Reg. 253/86. 

Licences. 

Made— April 24th, 1986. 

Filed — Mav 6th, 1986. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
FARM PRODUCTS GRADES AND SALES ACT 



813 



2308 



O. Reg. 253/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 255/86 



LICENCES 

1. In this Regulation, 

"dealer" means a person who purchases or accepts for 
sale fruits or vegetables from a producer but does 
not include a person who, 

(a) purchases the fruits or vegetables for his or 
her own consumption, or 

(b) purchases fruits or vegetables from a pro- 
ducer for sale at retail in his or her own retail 
outlet and who is not directly or indirectly 
engaged in the operation of more than one 
retail outlet; 

"fruits or vegetables" means fruits or vegetables that 
are produced in Ontario and are not sold for com- 
mercial processing. O. Reg. 253/86, s. 1. 

2. — { 1) An application for a licence or a renewal of a 
licence as a dealer shall be made to the Director in a 
Form provided by the Director. 

(2) A licence as a dealer shall be in a Form provided 
by the Director. 

(3) A licence as a dealer shall be renewed annually 
and shall be valid for the period from the 1st day of 
April in the year of issue or renewal, as the case may 
be, to the 31st day of March in the following year. 

(4) The annual fee for a licence as a dealer is 
$25. O. Reg. 253/86, s. 2. 

3. Every dealer shall maintain a record of every 
transaction showing, 

(a) the quantity and variety or type of each kind 
of fruit or vegetable purchased, accepted for 
sale or sold by the dealer; 

(b) the name of the person from whom fruits or 
vegetables are purchased or accepted for sale 
or to whom they are sold; 

(c) the price at which fruits or vegetables are 
bought or sold, as the case may be; and 

(d) where the dealer has not purchased the fruits 
or vegetables on his or her own account, the 
commission the dealer charged to a pro- 
ducer. O. Reg. 253/86, s. 3. 

4. Regulation 338 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 is revoked. 

(8701) 21 

WEED CONTROL ACT 

O. Reg. 254/86. 
General. 

Made— May 1st, 1986. 
Filed— May 6th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 944 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

WEED CONTROL ACT 

1. Form 1 of Regulation 944 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is 
amended by striking out "Legislative 
Buildings, Toronto, Ontario" in the 
last two lines and inserting in lieu 
thereof "c/o Department of Crop 
Science, University of Guelph, Guelph, 
Ontario, N1G2W1". 



(8702) 



21 



LOCAL ROADS BOARDS ACT 

O. Reg. 255/86. 

Establishment of Local Roads Areas- — 

Northern and Eastern Regions. 
Made— April 30th, 1986. 
Filed— May 7th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 598 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

LOCAL ROADS BOARDS ACT 

1. Schedule 108 to Regulation 598 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, 
as remade by section 1 of Ontario Reg- 
ulation 312/85, is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

Schedule 108 

GOGAMA LOCAL ROADS AREA 

All those portions of the townships of Jack ani 
Noble in the Territorial District of Sudbury show^ 
outlined on Ministry of Transportation and Communi- 
cations Plan N- 102 7-5, filed with the Administrative' 
Services Office of the Ministry of Transportation and 
Communications at Toronto on the 4th day of April, 
1986. O. Reg. 255/86, s. 1. 

Edward Fulton 

Minister of Transportation 

and Communications 

Dated at Toronto, this 30th day of April, 1986. 



(8722) 21 



814 



O. Reg. 256/86 

PLAiNNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 256/86. 

Delegation of Authority of Minister 
under Section 4 of the Planning Act, 
1983 — Condominium Plans. 

Made— May 7th. 1986. 

Filed— Mav 7th, 1986. 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 257/86 



2309 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 367/85 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

1. Section 2 of Ontario Regulation 367/85 
is amended by striking out "or" at the 
end of clause (a), by adding "or" at the 
end of clause (b) and by adding thereto 
the following clause: 

{c) any application with respect to any existing 
nfnl residential property to a con- 



rental 
dominium. 



Bernard GR.A.\DM.\iTRE 
Minister of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 7th day of May, 1986. 

(8723) 21 

E.NVIRONMEiNTAL ASSESSMEiNT ACT 

O. Reg. 257/86. 

Exemption — Ministr>- of Government 

Services — MGS-64. 
Made— April Z'Uh.. 1986 
Approved — April 24th, 1986. 
Filed— Mav 7th, 1986. 



ORDER \L\DE UNDER THE 
ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

EXEMPTION— MINISTRY OF GOVERNMENT 
SERVICES— MGS-64 

Having received a request from the Ministry of 
Government Services that an undertaking, namely: 

The obtaining of approvals under the Planning 
Act, 1983, permitting substantial changes in the 
permitted use of lands or buildings held by the 
Ministry of Government Services, to facilitate the 
disposition of those lands or buildings, 

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 injurv-, 



damage or interference with the persons and property 
indicated will occur: 

A. The Crown will be interfered with and dam- 
aged by loss of revenues that would result 
from the disposal of real property at less than 
the maximum price obtainable when all land 
use approvals are in place; and 

Having weighed such injurv-, 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 
pubUc interest to order and orders that the undertak- 
ing is exempt from the application of the Act for the 
following reason: 

A. The change in the permitted use of the land 
or building will be controlled and governed 
by the approval procedures under the Plan- 
ning Act, 1983, which procedures include 
some provision for considering environmen- 
tal concerns, and the application of the Act 
would, therefore, cause undue interference 
under Ministry- of Government Services' 
programs. 

This exemption is subject to the foUowing terms and 
conditions: 

1. Where any activity that would otherwise be 
exempt under this Order is being carried out 
as an undertaking for which an environ- 
mental assessment has been done and 
approval to proceed received, the activity 
shall not be carried out under this Order but 
shall be carried out in accordance vnxh the 
approval to proceed. 

2. Where approval under the Environmental 
Assessment Act will be required for the pro- 
posed use of lands or buUdings, this Order 
does not apply. 

3. Where there is Ministry- of Government Ser- 
vices participation beyond obtaining approv- 
als under the Planning Act, 1983 and selling 
or otherwise disposing of interests in land, or 
the land or part of the land will be used by 
the Crown, the activity is not exempt under 
this Order. 

4. The Ministry- of Government Services shall, 
prior to any application under the Planning 
Act, 1983, submit to the Director of the 
Environmental Assessment Branch a 
background information report for each 
undertaking carried out under this Order 
containing a description of, and rationale for 
the project and a summary- of its impacts. 



815 



2310 O. Reg. 257/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 258/86 



(8724) 



This Order shall cease to apply four years 
after it is filed under the Regulations Act 
except with respect to applications for 
approvals filed under the Planning Act, 1983 
before such date. 

This Order shall cease to apply five years 
after it is filed under the Regulations 
Act. O. Reg. 257/86. 

James Bradley 
Minister of the Environment 



21 



ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 



O. Reg. 258/86. 

Exemption — The Corporation of 
Town of Grimsby— GRIM-T-1. 
Made— April 24th, 1986. 
Approved— April 24th, 1986. 
Filed— AÎay 7th, 1986. 



the 



ORDER MADE UNDER THE 
ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

EXEMPTION— THE CORPORATION OF THE 
TOWN OF GRIMSBY— GRIM-T-1 

Having received a request from The Corporation of 
the Town of Grimsby that an undertaking, namely: 

the proposal to expand the existing contours and 
landfill site currently approved under Provisional 
Certificate of Approval No. A 120 601 (the Park 
Road sanitary landfill site) located in Part of Lot 
2, Concession 6, at the intersection of Park Road 
(south) and Sobie Road (North) in the Town of 
Grimsby, The Regional Municipality of Niagara, 
for the disposal of domestic, commercial, and 
non-hazardous solid industrial wastes in accor- 
dance with the proposal dated February, 1985 by 
the Proctor and Redfern Group, 

be exempt from the application of the Act pursuant to 
section 29; and 

Having been advised by the Town of Grimsby that 
if the undertaking is subject to the application of the 
Act, the following injury, damage or interference with 
the persons and property indicated will occur: 

A. The Town has limited disposal capacity 
remaining under the current licence for use 
under the management of a joint board for 
wastes from the Town of Grimsby and the 
municipalities of Lincoln, Pelham and West 
Lincoln and delay in implementing an 
interim expansion would cause damage to the 
municipality. An environmental assessment 
for a waste management system has been 
underway since July, 1983. 



B. Other available options for interim waste 
management which were evaluated and 
which would not require an approval under 
the Act would result in significant increases 
in costs, over and above what the users of the 
site can bear. 

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 expansion of existing contours on the 
north of the existing Park Road waste dis- 
posal site is an interim measure for which 
there are no other reasonable waste man- 
agement alternatives which can be 
implemented within the necessar>' time- 
frame. 

B. The proposal to increase the existing con- 
tours of the Park Road landfill site is not a 
major undertaking and would have no sig- 
nificant adverse effect on the environment as 
defined by the Environmental Assessment 
Act including adjacent persons or property. 
The waste disposal site has been in operation 
since before 1971 and is an established and 
accepted land use. Interim alternatives have 
been evaluated including waste export. It 
was concluded by the Town of Grimsby that 
these alternative options are not suitable as 
an interim solution. 

C. The existing waste disposal operation is out- 
lines under Provisional Certificate of 
Approval No. A120601 and the interim 
expansion of the Park Road site is subject to 
the requirements of the Environmental Pro- 
tection Act. Pursuant to this Act, a public 
hearing will be required. This hearing will 
give local residents the opportunity to pro- 
vide input to the Environmental Assessment 
Board and in turn to the Director on the 
technical aspects of this proposal. 

D. The public has been informed about the 
exemption and an initial meeting took place 
on April 16, 1985. A series of meetings and 
letters transpired with the Public Advisory 
Committee, HELP group and other local 
residents. Subsequent to the consultation 
process, the public accepted the seeking of 
this exemption based on conditions they 
proposed to be considered at the EPA hear- 
ing. No review agency expressed any con- 
cerns over the issuing of the exemption. 



816 



O. Reg. 258/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2311 



This Exemption Order is subject to the following 
terms and conditions: 

1 . Xo waste shall be deposited at the Park Road 
Landfill Site pursuant to this Order after 
December 31, 1986 unless the Town of 
Grimsby has submitted an application for a 
Certificate of Approval for an expansion of 
the site under the Environmental Protection 
Act. This application shall include the fol- 
lowing: 

(a) supporting documentation detailing 
development, operation and closure of 
the site, including a final cover; 

(b) a revised site monitoring program 
with provision for annual re\iew; 

(c) a final contour plan which pro\ides 
stable slopes for adequate drainage; 

(d) a contingency plan for leachate man- 
agement; and 

(e) a final contour which at its maximum 
is approximately the same as the 
existing maximum contours. 

2. No waste shall be deposited at the Park Road 
Landfill Site pursuant to this Order after the 
earlier of Januar>- 1, 1990 and a date on 
which sufficient alternate capacity is availa- 
ble to receive waste from the municipalities 
of Grimsby, Lincoln, Pelham and West 
Lincoln at another site approved under the 
.Act. 

3. No waste shall be deposited at the Park Road 
Landfill Site pursuant to this Order except 
commercial, domestic and non-hazardous 
solid industrial waste generated within the 
municipalities of Grimsby, Lincoln, Pelham 
and West Lincoln. 

4. The existing ground and surface water 
monitoring programs, as developed by Mor- 
rison Beatty Limited, shall be continued at 
the site, subject to any changes which may be 
required from time to time by the Director of 
West Central Region of the Ministr>- of the | 
Environment or as a result of the application 
for expansion under the Environmental Pro- 
tection Act. 

5. The wells located in the northwest comer of 
the site shall be located and sealed in accor- 
dance with the specifications of Morrison 
Beatty Limited and to the satisfaction of the 
Ministr>- of the Environment. 

6. Prior to submission of an application for a 
Certificate of Approval for an expansion of 
the site, the material prepared in support of 
the application shall be reviewed with the 
public. 



7. The site shall be developed, operated and 
closed in accordance with any terms and 
conditions attached to any approval for the 
expansion of the site. 

8. No waste shall be deposited outside the 
landfill area, below the bottom contours or 
above the final contours approved on a new 
Certificate of Approval. 

9. A plan shall be pro\-ided as part of the Part 5 
Application under the Environmental Pro- 
tection Act indicating how final contours, 
final cover and the use of inert material shall 
be implemented and in particular indicating 
how the disposal of the inert material at the 
Park Road site will take place, after the 
alternate capacity is available at another 
landfiU site within the four municipalities. 

10. If it is demonstrated during site operation 
that the surface drainage facilities are not 
performing adequately, appropriate remedial 
measures shall be undertaken. 



11. A liaison committee, consisting of members 
of the Management Board of the landfill site 
and members of the public shall be estab- 
Ibhed to: 

(o) ensure that the operation and mainte- 
nance of the landfill site is carried out 
pursuant to the terms and conditions 
of this Order; 

(b) resolve any problems that ma\ arise 
during the operation of the site; and 

(c) send written reports on the operation 
of the site, the compliance with con- 
ditions of this Exemption Order, and 
the activities of the liaison committee 
to the Ministr> of the Environment's 
Regional Director, West Central 
Region, and the Ministrv's Director, 
Environmental Assessment Branch, 
semi-annuallv. 



12. 



(8725) 



Where an activity which otherwise would be 
exempt under this Order is being carried out 
in connection with or is 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 approval to proceed. 
O. Reg. 258/86. 



James Bradley 
Minister of the Environment 

21 



817 



2312 O. Reg. 259/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 260/86 



LOCAL SERVICES BOARDS ACT 

O. Reg. 259/86. 

Establishment of Local Services Board — 

Community of Heron Bay. 
Made— May 7th, 1986. 
Filed— May 9th, 1986. 



ORDER MADE UNDER THE 
LOCAL SERVICES BOARDS ACT 

In The Matter Of the Local Services Boards Act; 
and 

In The Matter Of the establishment of a Local Ser- 
vices Board for the community of Heron Bay 
situated in territory without municipal organization 
in the Territorial District of Thunder Bay. 

ORDER 

Under the provisions of section 4 of the Local 
Services Boards Act, It Is Ordered: 

1. A Local Services Board is established under 
the name "The Local Services Board of Heron Bay". 
O. Reg. 259/86, s. 1. 

2. The boundaries of the Board areas are those 
described in the Schedule. O. Reg. 259/86, s. 2. 

3. The Board shall be composed of five mem- 
bers. O. Reg. 259/86, s. 3. 

4. The Board may exercise the powers set out in 
paragraphs 2, 3, 5 and 6 of the Schedule to the 
Act. O. Reg. 259/86, s. 4. 

5. — (1) The election of the first members of the 
Board shall be held in the community of Heron Bay on 
the 14th day of May, 1986 and the members so elected 
shall hold office from the 14th day of May, 1986 to the 
30th day of September, 1987 and until a new Board is 
elected. 

(2) Mr. Robert F. Cheetham, Northern Affairs 
Officer, is appointed to conduct the election of the first 
members of the Board and for that purpose he has the 
general supervision of the election and the power to 
direct the manner of the election and to implement or 
to carry out any other act or thing that may be required 
for the effective undertaking of the election of the first 
members of the Board. O. Reg. 259/86, s. 5. 

René Font.mne 

Minister of Northern Development 
and Mines 

Dated at Toronto, this 7th day of May, 1986. 

Schedule 

All that parcel or tract of land in the geographic 
Township of Pic, the Territorial District of Thunder 
Bay and the Province of Ontario, described as follows: 



Beginning at the intersection of the high water mark 
along the westerly shore of Pic River with the south- 
erly limit of Concession VI, in the said Township of 
Pic; 

Thence southerly along the said high water mark to 
the easterly production of the southerly limit of Mining 
Location No. 12; 

Thence westerly along the said easterly production 
across the allowance for road along the westerly shore 
of Pic River to the southeasterly corner of Mining 
Claim No. 12; 

Thence westerly along the southerly limit of mining 
claims No. 12, 3C, 2C and IC to the southwesterly 
corner of said Mining Claim IC; 

Thence westerly along the westerly production of the 
southerly limit of said Mining Location IC across the 
allowance for road along the easterly shore of Heron 
Bay in Lake Superior to the high water mark along the 
easterly shore thereof; 

Thence in a general northerly and westerly direction 
along the said high water mark to the intersection with 
the southerly production of the westerly limit of Min- 
ing Location 6; 

Thence northerly along said southerly production 
across the allowance for road along the northerly shore 
of said Heron Bay and across Mining Location 4 to the 
southwesterly corner of Mining Location 6; 

Thence northerly along the westerly limit of said 
Mining Location 6 to the southerly limit of Concession 
VI; 

Thence easterly along the southerly limit of said Con- 
cession VI to the place of beginning. O. Reg. 259/86, 
Sched. 



(8726) 



21 



MINING ACT 

O. Reg. 260/86. 

Special Case Regulation under Section 190 

of the Act. 
Made— April 24th, 1986. 
Filed— May 9th, 1986. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
MINING ACT 

SPECIAL CASE REGULATION UNDER 
SECTION 190 OF THE ACT 



^ 



1. Subsections 36 (2) and (3) of the Act do not apply 
to an order made under clause 36 (1) (a) of the Act if, 

(a) the order was made to provide redress from 
the consequences of an administrative error 
in recording work credits; and 



O. Reg. 260/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 263/86 2313 



(ft) there is no record of an outstanding interest 
in respect of the lands affected by the 
order. O. Reg. 260/86. s. 1. 



(8727) 



21 



PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 
DEVELOPMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 261/86. 

County of Halton (now The Regional 
Municipality of Halton), Town of Mil- 
ton. 

Made— May 2nd, 1986. 

Filed— Mav 9th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO REVOKE 

ONTARIO REGULATION 480/73 

MADE UNDER THE 

PARKWAY BELT PLANNING 

AND DEVELOPMENT ACT 

1. Ontario Regulations 480/73, 412/75, 
296/77, 383/77, 113/78, 311/78 and 
262/79 are revoked. 

BER.NARD GR.\NDM.\iTRE 
Minister of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 2nd day of May, 1986. 

(7828) 21 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 262/86. 

Restricted .\reas — County of Ontario (now 
The Regional Municipality of Durham), 
Township of Pickering (now the Town 
of Pickering). 

Made— Ma\ 8th, 1986. 

Filed— Mav 9th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 102/72 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

1. Ontario Regulation 102/72 is amended 
by adding thereto the following section: 

58. — (I) A single-family dwelling and buildings and 
structures accessor> thereto may be erected and used 
on each of the lots referred to in subsection (2) if the 
following requirements are met: 

Maximum building 

height 12 metres 



Minimum floor area for 
each single-family dwel- 
ling 

Maximum percentage of 
each lot covered by all 
buildings 

Minimum frontage: 

for lots 1 — 8 inclusive 
on Trimble's Lane 



95 square metres 



20 per cen{ 



17.5 metres 



for Lot 9, on road 




allowance between 




concessions \ and Vl 


17.5 metres 


Minimum front yard: 




for Lot 1 


5.5 metres 


for lots 2 — 9 inclusive 


9 metres 


Minimum rear yard 


9 metres 


Minimum side yard: 




for lots 1 — 8 inclusive 


1.8 metres 


for Lot 9, on side 




abutting Trimble's 




Lane 


2.7 metres 


for other side of Lot 9 


1.8 metres 



(2) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land in 
the Town of Pickering in The Regional Municipality of 
Durham, being that part of Lot 1 1 in Concession V 
shown as lots 1 to 9 inclusive on a Plan filed with the 
Plans Administration Branch. Central and Southwest, 
of the Ministr>- of Municipal Affairs at Toronto as 
Number 141. O. Reg. 262/86, s. 1. 

L. J. Fl.VCHAM 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

Central and Southwest 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 8th day of May, 1986. 



(8729) 



21 



BOUNDARIES ACT 

O. Reg. 263/86. 

General. 

Made— May 9th, 1986. 

Filed— Mav 9th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 85 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

BOUNDARIES ACT 



819 



2314 O. Reg. 263/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 265/86 



1. Subsection 13 (1) of Regulation 85 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, 
as remade by section 1 of Ontario Reg- 
ulation 133/84, is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

(1) The fee for an application for boundary confir- 
mation is $340, plus 75 cents for each lot or parcel 
adjoining the boundary to be confirmed. O. Reg. 

263/86, s. 1. 

2. This Regulation comes into force on 
the thirtieth day after the day it is filed 
with the Registrar of Regulations. 



(8730) 



21 



CERTIFICATION OF TITLES ACT 

O. Reg. 264/86. 

General. 

Made— May 9th, 1986. 

Filed— May 9th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 93 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

CERTIFICATION OF TITLES 

ACT 

Subsection 11 (1) of Regulation 93 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, 
as remade by section 3 of Ontario Reg- 
ulation 134/84, is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 



(1) The fee for an application for a certificate of title 
is $850. O. Reg. 264/86, s. 1. 

2. This Regulation comes into force on 
the thirtieth day after the day it is filed 
with the Registrar of Regulations. 



(8731) 



21 



LAND TITLES ACT 

O. Reg. 265/86. 

Fees. 

Made— May 9th, 1986. 

Filed— May 9th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 
REGULATION 551 OF REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE ; 

LAND TITLES ACT j 

1. — (1) Subitem 2 (1) of the Schedule to Regulation 551 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980, as remade by subsection 1 (1) of Ontario Regulation 135/84, is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 



(1) 



Except as provided by item 1, for the first registration 
of land under the Act 



$850.00 



(2) Subitem 6(1) of the said Schedule, as remade by subsection 1 (4) of Ontario Regulation 
135/84, is revoked. 



(3) Subitem 6 (2) of the said Schedule is revoked. 

(4) Subitem 6 (5) of the said Schedule is revoked and the following substituted therefor: 



(5) Where a caution is superseded by a transfer of land to 

the cautioner, a charge is merged by a transfer of land 
to the chargée, a lease is determined by an assignment 
of the freehold to the lessee, or in any other case where 
there is a merger of registered interests in a parcel in 
one person 

820 



12.00 



O. Reg. 265/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 266/86 2315 

(5) Item 7 of the said Schedule, exclusive of the clauses, is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 

7. For registration of an instrument mentioned in this 

item, regardless of the number of parcels affected 12.00 



(6) Item 18 of the said Schedule, as remade by subsection 1 (8) of Ontario Regulation 
135/84, is revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

18. For the production of a plan or instrument for inspec- 

tion 0.40 

(7) Subitem 20 (3) of the said Schedule is revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(3) For a paper print, made by an ammonia or similar 

process, of a registered or deposited plan 1.50 

(8) Clauses 28 (b) and (ba ) of the said Schedule, as remade by subsection 1 (10) of Ontario 
Regulation 135/84, are revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(6) for the production of any instrument for inspection, 

(i) where a usable microfilm copy of the instru- 
ment is available for inspection in that part of 
the land registr>- office normally used by per- 
sons searching the records of the office 0.40 

(ii) where the instrument has been registered for a 

period of less than six months 0.40 

(iii) in all cases other than those set out in sub- 
clauses (i) and (ii) no fee 

iba) for the production of any plan for insi>ection 0.40 

2. This Regulation comes into force on the thirtieth day after the day it is filed with the 
Registrar of Regulations. 

(8732) ' 21 

REGISTRY ACT 

O. Reg. 266/86. 

Fees. 

Made— May 9th, 1986. 

Filed— Mav 9th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 
REGULATION 895 OF REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 
REGISTRY ACT 

1. — (1) Subitem 4 (1) of the Schedule to Regulation 895 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980, as remade by subsection 1 (3) of Ontario Regulation 136/84, is revoked. 

(2) Subitem 4 (2) of the said Schedule is revoked. 

(3) Item 5 of the said Schedule, exclusive of the clauses, is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 

821 



2316 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 266/86 

S. For registration of an instrument mentioned in this 

item, regardless of the number of parcels affected $12.00 



(4) Item 17 of the said Schedule, as remade by subsection 1 (8) of Ontario Regulation 
136/84, is revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

17. For the production of a plan, instrument or deposit for 

inspection 0.40 

(5) Subitem 18 (3) of the said Schedule is revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(3) For a paper print, made by an ammonia or similar 

process, of a registered or deposited plan 1.50 

(6) Subitem 19 (3) of the said Schedule, as remade by subsection 1 (9) of Ontario Regula- 
tion 136/84, is revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(3) For each instrument entered in the abstract index from 

and including the first instrument to be included in the 
abstract under section 15 of the Act 0.40 

(7) Subitem 20 (3) of the said Schedule, as remade by subsection 1 (10) of Ontario Regula- 
tion 136/84, is revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(3) For each instrument entered in the abstract index after 

the date of the abstract or last previous recertification 0.40 

(8) Item 23 of the said Schedule is revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

23. For receipt of a requisition and deposit of all docu- 

ments therein mentioned under Part II of the Act, 
regardless of the number of parcels affected 12.00 

(9) Glauses 24 (b) and (c) of the said Schedule, as remade by subsection 1(11) of Ontario 
Regulation 136/84, are revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

ib) for the production of any instrument or deposit for 

inspection, 

(i) where a usable microfilm copy of the instru- 
ment or deposit is available for inspection in 
that part of the land registry office normally 
used by persons searching the records of the 
office ' 0.40 

(ii) where the instrument has been registered or the 
deposit has been deposited for a period of less 
than six months 0.40 

(iii) in all cases other than those set out in sub- 
clauses (i) and (ii) no fee 

(c) for the production of any plan for inspection 0.40 

2. This Regulation comes into force on the thirtieth day after the day it is filed with the 
Registrar of Regulations. 

(8733) 21 

822 



O. Reg. 267/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 270/86 2317 



BAILIFFS ACT 



O. Reg. 267/86. 

General. 

Made— May 9th, 1986. 

Filed— Mav 9th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 77 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

BAILIFFS ACT 

1. Section 1 of Regulation 77 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as 
remade by section 1 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 610/83, is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

1. .A fee of . S 100 shall be paid to the Registrar at the 
time of application for appointment. O. Reg. 267/86, 
s. 1. 

2. This Regulation comes into force on 
the 1st day of August, 1986. 



2. This Regulation comes into force on 
the 1st day of August, 1986. 



(8735) 



21 



CONSUMER PROTECTION ACT 

O. Reg. 269/86. 

General. 

Made— May 9th, 1986. 

Filed— May 9th, 1986. 



(8734) 



21 



COLLECTION AGENCIES ACT 

O. Reg. 268/86. 

General. 

Made— May 9th, 1986. 

Filed— Mav 9th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 103 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

COLLECTION AGENCIES ACT 

1. Paragraphs 1, 2 and 3 of section 11 of 
Regulation 103 of Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1980, as remade by section 
2 of Ontario Regulation 615/83, are 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

1. Upon application for registration as a 
collection agency or renewal thereof S200 

2. For each branch office 200 



3. Upon application for registration as a 

collector or for renewal thereof 100 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 181 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

CONSUMER PROTECTION ACT 

1. Section 4 of Regulation 181 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as 
remade by section 2 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 614/83, is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

4. Fees payable to the Registrar are as follows: . 

1. Upon application for registration as 

an itinerant seller or renewal thereof $200 

O. Reg. 269/86, s. 1. 

2. This Regulation comes into force on 
the 1st day of August, 1986. 

(8736) 21 



CONSUMER REPORTING ACT 

O. Reg. 270/86. 

General. 

Made— May 9th, 1986. 

Filed— May 9th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 182 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

CONSUMER REPORTING ACT 

1. Section 5 of Regulation 182 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as 
remade by section 2 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 616/83, is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 



823 



2318 O. Reg. 270/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

5. Fees payable to the Registrar are as follows: 



O. Reg. 273/86 



1. Upon application for registration as a 
consumer reporting agency or renewal 
thereof $200 



2. For each branch office 



200 



3. Upon application for registration as a 
personal information investigator or 
renewal thereof 100 

O. Reg. 270/86, s. 1. 

2. This Regulation comes into force on 
the 1st day of August, 1986. 



(8737) 



21 



MORTGAGE BROKERS ACT 

O. Reg. 271/86. 

General. 

Made— May 9th, 1986. 

Filed— May 9th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 662 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

MORTGAGE BROKERS ACT 

1. Paragraph 1 of section 2 of Regulation 
662 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1980, as remade by section 2 of 
Ontario Regulation 613/83, is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

1. Upon application for registration as a 

mortgage broker or renewal thereof $200 

2. This Regulation comes into force on 
the 1st day of August, 1986. 

(8738) 21 

MOTOR VEHICLE DEALERS ACT 

O. Reg. 272/86. 

General. 

Made— May 9th, 1986. 

Filed— May 9th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 665 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

MOTOR VEHICLE DEALERS ACT 



1. Section 2 of Regulation 665 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as 
remade by section 2 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 617/83, is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

2. Fees payable to the Registrar are as follows: 

1. Upon application for registration as a 
motor vehicle dealer or renewal there- 
of $200 

2. For each branch office 200 



3. Upon application for registration as a 

salesman or renewal thereof 100 

O. Reg. 272/86, s. 1. 

2. This Regulation comes into force on 
the 1st day of August, 1986. 



(8739) 



21 



PAPERBACK AND PERIODICAL 
DISTRIBUTORS ACT 

O. Reg. 273/86. 

General. 

Made— May 9th, 1986. 

Filed— May 9th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 742 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

PAPERBACK AND PERIODICAL 

DISTRIBUTORS ACT 

1. Section 3 of Regulation 742 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

3. Fees payable to the Registrar are as follows: 

1. Upon application for registration as a 
distributor or for maintenance of 
registration as a distributor $100 



I 



O. Reg. 273/86, s. l.|| 



2. This Regulation comes into force on 
the 1st day of August, 1986. 



(8740) 



2] 



824 



O. Reg. 274/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 275/86 2319 



RE.A.L ESTATE AND BUSINESS 
BROKERS ACT 

O. Reg. 274/86. 

General. 

Made— May 9th, 1986. 

Filed— May 9th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 891 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

REAL ESTATE AND BUSINESS 

BROKERS ACT 

1. Paragraphs 1, 2 and 3 of section 11 of 
Regulation 891 of Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1980, as remade by sub- 
section 1 (5) of Ontario Regulation 
618/83, are revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 

1 . Upon application for registration as a 
broker or renewal thereof S200 

2. For each branch office 200 

3. Upon application for registration as a 
salesman or renewal thereof 100 

2. This Regulation comes into force on 
the 1st day of August, 1986. 



(8741) 



TRAVEL INDUSTRY ACT 

O. Reg. 275/86. 

General. 

Made— May 9th, 1986. 

Filed— May 9th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 938 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

TRAVEL INDUSTRY ACT 

1. Section 4 of Regulation 938 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as 
remade by section 2 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 612/83, is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

4. Fees payable to the Registrar are as follows: 

1 . Upon application for registration as a 
travel wholesaler or travel agent or 
renewal thereof $300 



2. For each branch office 



300 



O. Reg. 275/86, s. 1. 

2. This Regulation comes into force on 
the 1st day of August, 1986. 



21 (8742) 



21 



825 



O. Reg. 276/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 278/86 2391 



Publications Under The Regulations Act 



Mav 31st, 1986 



PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 276/86. 

Restricted Areas — District of Cochrane, 

Geographic townships of O'Brien, 

Owen and Teetzel. 
Made— May 8th, 1986. 
Filed— Mav 12th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 423/78 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

1. Ontario Regulation 423/78 is amended 
by adding thereto the following section: 

35. — (1) Despite subsection 28 (1), a single-family 
dwelling may be erected and used on the land 
described in subsection (2) if the following require- 
ments are met: 



Minimum lot area 

Minimum distance of 
any building or structure 
from anv lot line 



1.8 hectares 



.6 metres 



Minimum ground floor 

area for dwelling one storey — 93 square 

metres 

one and one-half storeys 

or more — 70 square 

metres 

(2) This section applies to that parcel of land in the 
geographic Township of O'Brien in the Territorial 
District of Cochrane, being the northeast part of Lot 7 
in Concession VIII designated as Part 1 on a Plan 
deposited in the Land Registry- Office for the Land 
Titles Di\asion of Cochrane (No. 6) as Number 
6R-4740. O. Reg. 276/86, s. 1. 

Pauline Morris 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

Sorth and East 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 8th day of May, 1986. 

(8743) 22 



LIQUOR LICENCE ACT 

O. Reg. 277/86. 

General. 

Made— May 9th, 1986. 

Filed— May 13th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 581 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

LIQUOR LICENCE ACT 

1. Regulation 581 of Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1980 is amended by adding 
thereto the following section: 

55/. — ( 1) Subsections 6 (3) and (4) of the Act do not 
apply to the issuance of a licence to premises known as 
the Summer Pantr>- in the Courtyard, Kingston, 
Ontario. 

(2) In addition to the class of eligible premises set 
out in Column 2 of item 7 of the Table to subsection 
5 (1), premises known as the Summer Pantr>- in the 
Courtyard, Kingston, Ontario is eligible for a patio 
licence for the sale and service of wine. 

(3) Section 29 does not apply to the issuance of a 
patio licence to premises known as the Summer Pantry 
in the Courtyard, Kingston, Ontario. O. Reg. 
277/86, s. 1. 

2. Section 55/ of the said Regulation, as 
made by section 1 of this Regulation, is 
revoked on the 15th dav of September, 
1986. 



(8747) 



22 



LIQUOR LICENCE ACT 

O. Reg. 278/86. 

General. 

Made — May 9th, 1986. 

Filed— May 13th, 1986. 



827 



2392 O. Reg. 278/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 280/86 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 581 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

LIQUOR LICENCE ACT 

1. Regulation 581 of Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1980 is amended by adding 
thereto the following sections: 

59^. Notwithstanding subsections 37 (3) and (5), a 
special occasion permit may be issued for the sale and 
service of spirits, beer and wine at the 1986 Inter- 
national Plowing Match to be held in the Township of 
Rawdon in the County of Hastings from and including 
the 16th day of September, 1986 to and including the 
20th day of September, 1986. O. Reg. 278/86, s. 1, 
part. 



59/. Sections 43 and 45 of the Act do not apply to 
persons possessing, supplying or consuming liquor for 
the purposes of scientific research to study the charac- 
teristics of alcohol nystagmus conducted by the 
Department of Otolaryngology of the University of 
Western Ontario and held in the Vestibular Laborat- 
ory of University Hospital, London, Ontario. 
O. Reg. 278/86, s. 1, part. 



2.— (1) Clause 72 (1) (a) of the said Reg- 
ulation, as remade by section 7 of 
Ontario Regulation 840/82, is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

(a) with respect to a bottle of spirits, a container 
having a capacity of not more than 750 
millilitres; 



(2) Subclause 72 (2) id) (ii) and {e) (ii) of 
the said Regulation, as remade by sub- 
section 3 (1) of Ontario Regulation 
584/85, are revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 



(ii) in excess of 120 but less than 241 
bottles of beer, and 



(ii) in excess of 240 but less than 361 
bottles of beer, and 



3. Section 59/ of the said Regulation, as 
made by section 1 of this Regulation, is 
revoked on the 30th day of April, 1987. 



TEACHERS' SUPERANNUATION ACT, 

1983 

O. Reg. 279/86. 

General. 

Made— May 9th, 1986. 

Filed— May 13th, 1986. 



(8748) 



22 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 423/84 

MADE UNDER THE 

TEACHERS' SUPERANNUATION 

ACT, 1983 

1. Subsection 7 (20) of Ontario Regula- 
tion 423/84, as made by subsection 
1 (2) of Ontario Regulation 197/86, is 
amended by inserting after "1986" in 
the fourth line "and after the 31st dav 
of August, 1983". 

(8749) 22 



PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 280/86. 

Delegation of Authority of Minister 
under Section 4 of the Planning Act, 
1983 — Condominiiim Plans. 

Made— May 12th, 1986. 

Filed— May 13th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 367/85 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

1. Clause 2 (c) of Ontario Regulation 
367/85, as made by section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 256/86, is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 

(c) any application respecting the conversion of 
an existing rental residential property to a 
condominium. 

Bernard Grandm.\ître 
Minister of Municipal Affairs 



Dated at Toronto, this 12th day of May, 1986. 
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O. Reg. 281/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 284/86 2393 



PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 281/86. 

Delegation of Authority of Minister 
under Section 4 of the Planning Act, 
1983 — Condominium Plans. 

Made— May 12th, 1986. 

Filed— Mav 13th. 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 72/86 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

1. Clause 2 (c) of Ontario Regulation 
72/86, as made by section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 251/86, is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 

(r) any application respecting the conversion of 
an existing rental residential property to a 
condominium. 

Bernard GR.ANDM.\iTRE 
Minister of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 12th day of May, 1986. 

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PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 282/86. 

Delegation of Authority of Minister 

under Section 4 of the Planning .\ct, 

1983 — Condominium Plans. 
Made— May 12th, 1986. 
Filed— May 13th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 475/83 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

1. Clause 2 (c) of Ontario Regulation 
475/83, as made by section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 250/86, is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 

(c) any application respecting the conversion of 
an existing rental residential property to a 
condominium. 

BeR.\ARD GR.A.NDM.\iTRE 

Minister of Municipal Affairs 



Dated at Toronto, this 12th dav of Mav, 1986. 



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22 



PETROLEUM RESOURCES ACT 

O. Reg. 283/86. 

Spacing Units — Enniskillen 7-30-IX Pool. 

Made— May 9th, 1986. 

Filed— Mav 13th, 1986. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
PETROLEUM RESOURCES ACT 

SPACING UNITS— ENNISKILLEN 
7-30-IX POOL 

1. This Regulation applies to the area comprising, 

(a ) the north half of the northwest quarter of Lot 
30 in Concession VTII; 

(fc) the north half of the northeast quarter of Lot 
30 in Concession VlII; 

(c ) the south half of the southeast quarter of Lot 
30 in Concession IX; and 

(d ) the south half of the southwest quarter of Lot 
30 in Concession IX, 

in the Township of Enniskillen, in the County of 
Lambton, as shown outlined on a plan filed in the 
Regional Office of the Ministr>- of Natural Resources 
at London as Plan No. SWR-86-2, dated February 12, 
1986. O. Reg. 283/86, s. 1. 

2. This Regulation applies only to wells drilled to 
formations of Silurian age. O. Reg. 283/86, s. 2. 

3. For the purpose of this Regulation, the area 
described in section 1 constitutes a single spacing unit 
of approximatelv one hundred acres. O. Reg. 283/86, 
s. 3. 



4. No person shall bore or drill a well on the spacing 
unit or produce from a well on the spacing unit unless 
all the interests in the gas and oil in the spacing unit 
have been joined for the purpose of drilling or operat- 
ing the well. O. Reg. 283/86, s. 4. 



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22 



LOCAL ROADS BOARDS ACT 

O. Reg. 284/86. 
Establishment of Local Roads 

Areas — Northwestern Region. 
Made — April 15th, 1986. 
Filed— Mav 13th, 1986. 



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2394 O. Reg. 284/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 286/86 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 599 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

LOCAL ROADS BOARDS 

ACT 

1. Schedule 40 to Regulation 599 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
is revoked and the following substi- 
tuted therefor: 



Schedule 40 

ARMSTRONG LOCAL ROADS AREA 

All that portion of unsurveyed territory in the Ter- 
ritorial District of Thunder Bay shown outlined on 
Ministry of Transportation and Communications Plan 
N-6000-B4, filed with the Administrative Services 
Office of the Ministry of Transportation and Com- 
munications at Toronto on the 20th day of March, 
1986. O. Reg. 284/86, s. L 

2. The said Regulation is amended by 
adding thereto the following 
Schedules: 

Schedule 123 

GHOST LAKE LOCAL ROADS AREA 

All that portion of the Township of Brownbridge in 
the Territorial District of Kenora shown outlined on 
Ministry of Transportation and Communications Plan 
N- 155 7-1, filed with the Administrative Services 
Office of the Ministry of Transportation and Com- 
munications at Toronto on the 20th day of March, 
1986. O. Reg. 284/86, s. 2, part. 

Schedule 124 

SPOHN LOCAL ROADS AREA 

All those portions of the Township of Spohn and 
Wild Lands Reserves in the Territorial District of 
Rainy River, shown outlined on Ministry of Trans- 
portation and Communications Plan N-1451-1, filed 
with the Administrative Services Office of the Ministry 
of Transportation and Communications at Toronto on 
the 20th day of March, 1986. O. Reg. 284/86, s. 2, 
part. 

Edward Fulton 

Minister of Transportation 

and Communications 

Dated at Toronto, this ISth day of April, 1986. 

(8754) 22 



ONTARIO GUARANTEED ANNUAL 
INCOME ACT 

O. Reg. 285/86. 
Guaranteed Income Limit. 
Made— May 9th, 1986. 
Filed— May 14th, 1986. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 

ONTARIO GUARANTEED ANNUAL 

INCOME ACT 

GUARANTEED INCOME LIMIT 

1. Commencing with the month of April, 1986 the 
guaranteed income limit for the purposes of, 

(a) subclause 1 0") (i) of the Act is $8,568.24; 

(6) subclause 1 0') (") of the Act is $7,134.24; 

(c) subclause 1 (j) (iii) of the Act is $7,134.24; 
and 

(d) subclause 1 (;) (iv) of the Act is $14,268.48. 
O. Reg. 285/86, s. 1. 

2. Ontario Regulation 133/86 is revoked. 

3. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come 
into force on the 1st day of April, 1986. 



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22 



ONTARIO PENSIONERS PROPERTY 
TAX ASSISTANCE ACT 

O. Reg. 286/86. 

General. 

Made— May 9th, 1986. 

Filed— May 14th, 1986. 

REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 776/81 

MADE UNDER THE 

ONTARIO PENSIONERS PROPERTY 

TAX ASSISTANCE ACT 

1. Subsection 4 (4) of Ontario Regulation 
776/81, as remade by subsection 1 (2) 
of Ontario Regulation 757/83, is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

(4) The officer of the Guaranteed Income and Tax 
Credit Branch of the Ministry of Revenue holding the 
position of Senior Manager, Analysis and Support, 
may exercise the powers and perform the duties con- 
ferred or imposed upon the Minister under the follow- 
ing provisions of the Act; 



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O. Reg. 286/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 287/86 239S 



1. Subsections 9 (2) and (2a). 

2. Clauses 16 (1) (a), (b) and (c). 

3. Subsection 16 (2). O. Reg. 286/86, s. 1. 

2. This Regulation shall be deemed to 
have come into force on the 21st dav of 
Februan, 1986. 

(8778) 22 



HEALTH PROTECTION AND 
PROMOTION ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 287/86. 
Rabies — Immunization. 
Made— May 15th, 1986. 
Filed— May 15th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 594/85 

MADE UNDER THE 

HEALTH PROTECTION AND 

PROMOTION ACT, 1983 



1. Section 2 of Ontario Regulation 594/85 
is revoked and the following substi- 
tuted therefor: 

2.— (1) Ever>' owner or person having the care or 
custody of a horse, cow, bull, calf or sheep or any class 
of horse, cow, bull, calf or sheep that is kept in a 
health unit or any premises or class of premises within 
a health unit listed in Column 1 of Table 2, shall 



ensure that each such animal or class of animal that is 
listed oppMJsite thereto in Column 2 of Table 2 is 
immunized against rabies. 

(2) Subsection (1) does not apply to a horse, cow, 
bull, calf or sheep or class of horse, cow, bull, calf 
or sheep that is accessible only to the person or per- 
sons who are responsible for the care and control of 
such animal or class of animal, as the case may be. 
O. Reg. 287/86, s. 1. 

2. Section 8 of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

8. — (1) The owner or person haxing the care and 
custody of an animal that is in or has a physical condi- 
tion that precludes the safe immunization or reim- 
munization of the animal against rabies is exempt from 
the requirement of this Regulation where, 

(o) a statement of exemption is issued by a vet- 
erinarian with respect to the animal that sets 
out the reason why the animal cannot be 
immunized or reimmunized; and 

(b) the animal is controlled in such a manner as 
to preclude its being exposed to rabies. 

(2) An owner or person referred to in subsection (1) 
continues to be exempt from the requirements of this 
Regulation so long as the animal cannot be immunized 
or reimmunized. O. Reg. 287/86, s. 2. 



Table 1 of the said Regulation, as 
amended by section 1 of Ontario Reg- 
ulation 120/86, is further amended by 
adding thereto the following item: 



Peterborough County 
Citv Health Unit 



May 15, 1986 



4. Table 2 of the said Regulation is revoked and the following substituted therefor: 



TABLE 2 



Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Name of Health Unit 


Animal or Class 
of Animal 


Effective Date 


1. Peterborough County Health 
Unit 


Riding, pleasure driving, show or 
competition horse 


May 15, 1986 



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2396 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 2 

HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

O. Reg. 288/86. 

General. 

Made— May I5th, 1986. 

Filed— May 15th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND REGULATION 452 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS Op ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

I. — (I) Schedule 16 to Regulation 452 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as 
remade by section 6 of Ontario Regulation 290/84 and amended by section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 827/84, section 1 of Ontario Regulation 347/85, section 5 of Ontario 
Regulation 32/86 and section 1 of Ontario Regulation 158/86, is further amended b> 
revoking: 

5. Code L418 or L417 may not be claimed by a physician in addition to claim(s) 
for any treatment or assessment. However, Code G481 (see page 48) may be 
claimed by a physician if a hemoglobin screen (any method or instrument) is 
carried out in the course of an office or home visit. Urinalysis (on page 48) may 
be claimed with or without an associated visit to a physician's office (except for 
screening and urinalyses which are not medically necessary). 



7. The physician assumes responsibility for all cytology smears and the listed 
professional benefits (L804 to L815 inclusive) are weighted averages of the 
professional component. These benefits, therefore, are applicable in each case 
whether or not all slides are examined by the physician, 

on page 1163 under the heading "LABORATORY MEDICINE" and subheading 
"Preamble" and substituting therefor: 

5. Code L418 or L417 may not be claimed by a physician in addition to claim(s) for any treatment or 
assessment. 

(2) The said Schedule 16 is further amended by revoking: 

11. The benefit for seminal fluid examination (complete) is to include sperm count, 
volume estimation, motility and morphology and viscosity. The benefit of $3.10 
for seminal fluid examination (L820) carried out post-vasectomy is not to be 
claimed by the operating surgeon unless the patient requires more than one 
office visit post-operatively, 

on page 763 under the heading "LABORATORY MEDICINE" and subheading 
"Preamble". 

(3) The said Schedule 16 is further amended by revoking: 

23. This preamble is intended to applv to everyone using codes L700, LOOl to 
L731, L800 to L837 and L900 to 'L919, 

on page 1164 and under the heading "LABORATORY MEDICINE" and subheading 
"Preamble" and substituting therefor: 

23. This preamble is intended to apply to everyone using codes L700, LOOl to L731 and L900 to 
L944. 

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O. Reg. 288/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 289/86 2397 

(4) The said Schedule 16 is further amended by revoking: 

24a. The fees for diagnostic interpretation of laborator\' procedures (L800 codes) 
are net fees and do not usually include overhead costs e.g. secretarial, handling 
and transport of specimen, etc., 

on page 763 under the heading "LABORATORY MEDICINE " and subheading 
"Preamble". 

2. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come into force on the 1st day of April, 1986. 

3. — (1) A reference in subsections 1(1) and (3) to any page number is a reference to that 
page (foot pagination) in The Ontario Gazette dated the 19th day of May, 1984. 

(2) A reference in subsections 1 (2) and (4) to any page number is a reference to that page 
(foot pagination) in The Ontario Gazette dated the 6th day of July, 1985. 



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22 



NIAGARA ESCARPMENT PLANNING 
AND DEVELOPMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 289/86. 

Designation of Area of Development 

Control. 
Made— May 15th, 1986. 
Filed— May 15th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 683 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

NIAGARA ESCARPMENT 

PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT 

ACT 



1. Paragraph 11 of the Schedule to Reg- 
ulation 683 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

11. In the Township of Collingwood in the County 
of Grey, described as follows: 

i. Beginning at the southwesterly angle of the 
Township of Collingwood; 

Thence easterly along the southerly bound- 
ar>" of the said Township to intersect the 
southerly prolongation of the westerly limit 
of Lot 1 in Concession IX; 

Thence northerh to and along the westerly 
limit of lots 1, 2 and 3 in the said Concession 
to the northwesterly angle of that Lot 3; 

Thence easterly along the northerly limit of 
that Lot 3 to the northeasterly angle of that 
Lot; 

833 



Thence northerly to and along the easterly 
limit of Lot 4 in the said Concession to the 
northeasterh- angle of that Lot; 

Thence easterly to and along the southerly 
limit of Lot 5 in Concession VIII to the 
southeasterly angle of that Lot; 

Thence northerly along the easterly limit of 
that Lot 5 to the northeasterly angle of that 
Lot; 

Thence easterly along the southerly limit of 
Lot 6 in Concession V'll to the southeasterly 
angle of that Lot; 

Thence northerly along the westerly limit of 
the road allowance between concessions W 
and \TI to the northeasterly angle of Lot 14 
in the said Concession VTI; 

Thence easterly to and along the southerly 
limit of Lot 15 in concessions VI and V to the 
easterly limit of the westerly half of Lot 15 in 
the said Concession V; 

Thence northerly along the easterly limit of 
the westerly half of lots 15, 16 and 17 in the 
said Concession to the northerly limit of that 
Lot 17; 

Thence easterh- along the northerly limit of 
that Lot to the northeasterly angle of that 
Lot; 

Thence northerly along the easterly limit of 
lots 18 and 19 in the said Concession to the 
northeasterly angle of that Lot 19; 

Thence westerly along the southerly limit of 
Lot 20 in concessions V and VT to the easterly 
limit of the westerly half of Lot 20 in Conces- 
sion VI; 



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Thence northerly along the easterly limit of 
the westerly half of lots 20 and 2 1 in the said 
Concession to the northerly limit of that Lot 
21; 

Thence westerly along the northerly limit of 
that Lot to the northwesterly angle of that 
Lot; 

Thence southerly along the westerly limit of 
lots 21, 20 and 19 in the said Concession to 
the southwesterly angle of that Lot 19; 

Thence westerly to and along the southerly 
limit of Lot 19 in Concession VII to the 
southwesterly angle of that Lot; 

Thence southerly to and along the easterly 
limit of lots 18 and 17 in Concession VIII to 
the southeasterly angle of Lot 17; 

Thence westerly along the northerly limit of 
Lot 16 in the said Concession to the westerly 
limit of the easterly half of that Lot; 

Thence southerly along the westerly limit of 
the easterly half of lots 16, 15, 14 and 13 in 
the said Concession to the southerly limit of 
that Lot 13; 

Thence southerly on the same course to the 
northerly limit of Lot 12 in the said Conces- 
sion; 

Thence westerly along the northerly limit of 
that Lot to the northwesterly angle of that 
Lot; 

Thence southerly along the westerly limit of 
that Lot 12 to the southwesterly angle of that 
Lot; 

Thence westerly to and along the southerly 
limit of Lot 12 in concessions IX, X and XI 
to the southwesterly angle of Lot 12 in the 
said Concession XI; 

Thence northerly along the westerly limit of 
Lot 12 in the said Concession XI to the 
northwesterly angle of that Lot; 

Thence westerly along the northerly limit of 
Lot 12 in Concession XII and the said limit 
prolonged to the westerly boundary of the 
Township of Collingwood; 

Thence southerly along the westerly bound- 
ary of the said Township to the place of 
beginning. 

ii. Beginning at the southwesterly angle of Lot 
13 in Concession III; 

Thence northerly along the westerly limit of 
that Lot to the northwesterly angle of that 
Lot; 



Thence easterly along the southerly limit of 
Lot 14 in the said Concession to the westerly 
limit of the easterly half of that Lot; 

Thence northerly along the westerly limit of 
the easterly half of lots 14 and 15 in the said 
Concession to the northerly limit of that Lot 
15; 

Thence easterly along the said northerly limit 
250 metres to a point; 

Thence southerly and parallel with the west- 
erly limit of the easterly half of lots 15 and 14 
to the northerly limit of Lot 13 in the said 
Concession; 

Thence easterly along that northerly limit to 
the easterly limit of that Lot; 

Thence southerly along that easterly limit to 
the southerly limit of that Lot; 

Thence westerly along that southerly limit to 
the place of beginning. 

Beginning at the southeasterly angle of the 
Township of Collingwood; 

Thence northerly along the easterly bound- 
ary of the said Township to intersect the 
easterly prolongation of the southerly limit of 
Lot 8 in Concession I; 

Thence westerly to and along the southerly 
limit of that Lot to the westerly limit of that 
Lot; 

Thence northerly along the westerly limit of 
Concession I to the southwesterly angle of 
Lot 10 in the said Concession; 

Thence easterly along the southerly limit of 
that Lot and the said southerly limit pro- 
longed to the easterly boundan»' of the said 
Township; 

Thence northerly along the said easterly 
boundary to intersect the southerly limit of 
the road allowance between lots 12 and 13 of 
the said Township; 

Thence westerly along the northerly limit of 
Lot 12 in concessions I and II to the north- 
westerly angle of Lot 12 in Concession II of 
the said Township; 

Thence southerly along the westerly limit of 
lots 12, 11, 10, 9 and 8 in the said Concession 
to intersect the easterly prolongation of the 
southerly limit of the northerly half of Lot 8 
in Concession III of the said Township; 

Thence westerly to and along the southerly 
limit of the said half Lot to the westerly limit 
of that Lot; 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2399 



Thence northerly along the westerly limit of 
lots 8 and 9 in the said Concession to the 
northwesterly angle of that Lot 9; 

Thence westerh- along the northerly limit of 
Lot 9 in Concession IV to the northwesterly 
angle of that Lot; 

Thence southerly along the westerly limit of 
lots 9 and 8 in the said Concession to the 
southwesterly angle of that Lot 8; 

Thence easterly along the southerly limit of 
that Lot to the easterly limit of the said Con- 
cession; 

Thence southerly along the easterly limit of 
the said Concession to the northerly limit of 
Lot 3; 

Thence westerly along the northerly limit of 
that Lot to the westerly limit of the said Con- 
cession rV; 

Thence southerly along the westerly limit of 
the said Concession to the southerly bound- 
ar>- of the Township of Collingwood; 

Thence easterly along the southerly bound- 
ary, of the said Township to the southeasterly 
angle of the said Township. 

Beginning at the intersection of the southerly 
limit of Lot 15 in Concession II and the west- 
erly limit of Deviation Road; 

Thence northerly along the said westerly 
limit to the southerly limit of Part 1 as shown 
on a Plan deposited in the Registr>- Di\Tsion 
of Grey North (No. 16) as Number 16R-662; 

Thence westerly along the southerly limit of 
the said Part to the westerly limit of the said 
Part; 

Thence northerly along the said westerly 
limit to the northerly limit of the said Part; 

Thence easterly along the said northerly limit 
to the westerh" limit of Deviation Road; 

Thence northerly along the said westerly 
limit to the southerly limit of Lot 16 in the 
said Concession; 

Thence westerly along the said southerly 
limit 52 metres to a point; 

Thence northwesterly in a straight line to a 
point in the southerly limit of Lot 17 in the 
said Concession distance 70 metres measured 
westerh therealong from the westerly limit of 
Winter Park Road; 



Thence northwesterly in a straight line to a 
point on a line parallel with and distant 75 
metres measured due south from the north- 
erly limit of Lot 18 in the said Concession the 
said point being distant 130 metres measured 
easterly therealong from the westerly limit of 
that Lot; 

Thence westerly along the said parallel line 
150 metres to the westerly limit of that Lot; 

Thence northerly along the easterly limit of 
the road allowance between concessions U 
and ni to the southwesterly angle of Lot 19 
in Concession II; 

Thence westerly to and along the southerly 
limit of Lot 19 in Concession ILL 80 metres to 
a point; 

Thence northwesterly in a straight line to a 
point in the northerly limit of Lot 19 in the 
said Concession distant 375 metres measured 
westerly from the northeasterly angle of that 
Lot; 

Thence northwesterly in a straight line to the 
southerly angle of Lot 39 as shown on a Plan 
registered in the said Registry Office as 
Number 634; 

Thence northwesterly along the southwest- 
erly limit of the said Plan to the southerly 
limit of the road allowance between lots 2 1 
and 21\ 

Thence northerly along the northerly pro- 
longation of the westerly limit of the said 
Plan to the centre line of the said road allow- 
ance; 

Thence westerly along the said centre line to 
the southwesterly angle of a Plan registered 
in the said Registn,- Office as Number 1045; 

Thence northeasterly along the westerly and 
northerly limits of the said Plan to the west- 
erly limit of Arrowhead Road; 

Thence northerly along the said westerly 
limit to the northerly Umit of the southerly 
half of Lot 23 in Concession FV; 

Thence westerly along the said northerly 
limit and the said northerly limit prolonged 
to the easterlv limit of Lot 23 in Concession 
V; 

Thence northerly along the easterly limit of 
lots 23, 24 and 25 in the said Concession to 
the southerly limit of a Plan registered in the 
said Registn.- Office as Number 425; 

Thence westerly along the said southerly 
limit to the westerlv limit of the said Plan; 



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O. Reg. 290/86 



Thence northerly along the said westerly 
limit to the southerly limit of the right of way 
of the Canadian National Railways; 

Thence westerly along the southerly limit of 
the said right of way to the northeasterly 
angle of a Plan registered in the said Registry 
Office as Number 903; 

Thence southerly along the easterly limit of 
the said Plan to the northeasterly angle of 
Block A as shown on the said Plan; 

Thence westerly along the northerly limit of 
the said Block A to the northwesterly angle of 
the said Block; 

Thence northerly along a westerly limit of the 
said Plan to the southerly limit of Wensley 
Drive; 

Thence westerly along the said southerly 
limit to the line between concessions V and 
VI; 

Thence southerly along the said line 33.71 
metres to the northerly limit of a Plan 
deposited in the said Registry Office as 
Number 16R-1929; 

Thence easterly along the said northerly limit 
11.48 metres to the easterly limit of the said 
Plan; 

Thence southerly along the said easterly limit 
to the southerly limit of the said Plan; 

Thence westerly along the said southerly 
limit 2.68 metres to the line between conces- 
sions V and VI; 

Thence southerly along the said line 22.20 
metres to the northerly limit of Part 15 as 
shown on a Plan deposited in the said Regis- 
try Office as Number 16R-1649; 

Thence southwesterly along the northwest- 
erly limits of the said Part to the northerly 
limit of the road allowance between lots 24 
and 25; 

Thence westerly along the said northerly 
limit to the westerly limit of Concession VI; 

Thence southerly along the said westerly 
limit to the northerly limit of Lot 22; 

Thence easterly along that northerly limit to 
the easterly limit of that Lot; 

Thence southerly along that easterly limit to 
the southerly limit of that Lot; 

Thence easterly along the southerly limit of 
Lot 22 in Concession V to the southeasterly 
angle of that Lot; 



Thence southerly to and along the easterly 
limit of Lot 21 in the said Concession to the 
southeasterly angle of that Lot; 

Thence easterly to and along the southerly 
limit of Lot 21 in Concession IV to the west- 
erly limit of the easterly half of Lot 20 in the 
said Concession; 

Thence southerly along the said westerly 
limit to the southerly limit of that Lot; 

Thence easterly along the southerly limit of 
that Lot to the southeasterly angle of that 
Lot; 

Thence easterly along the northerly limit of 
Lot 19 in Concession III 58 metres to a point; 

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to the 
northeasterly angle of a Plan registered in the 
said Registry Office as Number 807, the said 
angle being on the northerly limit Lot 18 in 
the said Concession; 

Thence southeasterly along the easterly limit 
of the said Plan to the northerly limit of Swiss 
Meadow Boulevard; 

Thence southeasterly following the north- 
easterly limit of Swiss Meadow Boulevard 
and Scenic Caves Road to the northerly limit 
of Lot 5 in Concession II; 

Thence easterly along that northerly limit 
120 metres to a point; 

Thence southerly and parallel with the west- 
erly limit of that Lot to the northerly limit of 
Scenic Caves Road; 

Thence easterly along the northerly limit of 
Scenic Caves Road to the southerly limit of 
Lot 5 in the said Concession; 

Thence easterly along that southerly limit to 
the place of beginning. 

BER.NARD GR.\NUMAiTRE 

Minister of Municipal Affairs 



Dated at Toronto, this 15th day of May, 1986. 
(8781) 

NIAGARA ESCARPMENT PLANNING 
AND DEVELOPMENT ACT 



O. Reg. 290/86. 

Development Within the Development 

Control Area. 
Made— May 15th, 1986. 
Filed— Mav 15th, 1986. 



22 



4 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 291/86 2401 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 685 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

NIAGARA ESCARPMENT 

PLANNING AND 

DEVELOPMENT ACT 

1. Schedule 1 to Regulation 685 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, 
as amended by section 2 of Ontario 
Regulation 181/82, section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 694/82 and section 
1 of Ontario Regulation 98/86, is furth- 
er amended by adding thereto the fol- 
lowing item: 

8a . By-law 83-40 Township of Collingwood 

Bernard GR.\N"DMAiTRE 
Minister of Municipal Affairs 



Dated at Toronto, this 15th day of May, 1986. 



(8782) 



22 



CROP INSURANCE ACT 
(ONTARIO) 

O. Reg. 291/86. 

Crop Insurance Plan— Cucumbers. 
Made— April 14th, 1986. 
Approved — May 9th, 1986. 
Filed— May 16th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 462/84 

MADE UNDER THE 

CROP INSURANCE ACT 

(OxNTARIO) 

1. Clause 3 (^ ) of the Schedule to Ontario 
Regulation 462/84 is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 

(b) "processor" means a person who is licensed 
as a processor of vegetables under the Farm 
Products Marketing Act and the regulations 
made thereunder; 

2. Section 9 of the said Schedule is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

9. — (1) Subject to subsections (4) and (5), the initial 
coverage provided under a contract of insurance shall 
be 70 per cent of the average farm >ield in tons of the 



total producing acres of cucumbers grown by the 
insured person in accordance with the regulations. 

(2) Subject to subsections (4) and (5), the coverage 
provided under a contract of insurance following a 
year in which there was no claim shall be, 

(a) where the previous > ear's coverage was 65 
per cent, 70 per cent; 

(b) where the previous year's coverage was 70 
per cent, 73 per cent; 

(c) where the previous year's coverage was 73 
per cent, 76 per cent; 

(d) where the pre\àous year's coverage was 76 
per cent, 78 per cent; 

(c) where the previous year's coverage was 78 
per cent, 80 per cent; and 

(/) where the previous year's coverage was 80 
per cent, 80 per cent, 

of the average farm yield in tons of the total producing 
acres of cucumbers grown by the insured person in 
accordance with the regulations. 

(3) Subject to subsections (4) and (5), the coverage 
proxnded under a contract of insurance following a 
year in which there was a claim shall be, 

(a) where the preWous year's coverage was 80 
per cent, 78 per cent; 

(b) where the previous year's coverage was 78 
per cent, 76 per cent; 

(c) where the previous year's coverage was 76 
per cent, 73 per cent; 

(d) where the previous year's coverage was 73 
per cent, 70 per cent; 

(e) where the previous year's coverage was 70 
per cent, 65 per cent; and 

(/) where the previous year's coverage was 65 
per cent, 65 per cent, 

of the average farm yield in tons of the total producing 
acres of cucumbers grown by the insured person in 
accordance with the regulations. 

(4) Where, in any year, a claim is paid in an amount 
that is equal to or less than the total premium for that 
year, the coverage for the following year shall remain 
unchanged. 

(5) The total guaranteed production under a con- 
tract of insurance shall be the lesser of, 

(a) the number of tons determined under sub- 
sections (1), (2) and (3); or 



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O. Reg. 292/86 



(b) the contracted tonnage. 

(6) Where, in the opinion of the Commission, the 
insured person cannot provide adequate production 
records, the average yield shall be determined by the 
Commission on such other basis as it may approve. 

The Crop Insurance Commission 
OF Ontario: 

Morris Huff 

Chairman 

J. Mulder 
Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 14th day of April, 1986. 

(8783) 22 

CORONERS ACT 

O. Reg. 292/86. 

General. 

Made— May 15th, 1986. 

Filed— May 16th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 185 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

CORONERS ACT 

1. Section 26 of Regulation 185 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
is amended by striking out "Schedules 
5, 6, 7 and 10" in the first line and 
inserting in lieu thereof "the 
Schedules". 

2. Schedule 5 to the said Regulation, as 
remade by section 1 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 302/84, is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

Schedule 5 
CORONER'S FEES AND ALLOWANCES 

1. For making an investigation, a fee of $95.00 

2. For attendance at an inquest, a fee per 
hour of 65.00 

3. The fee mentioned in paragraph 1 or 2 
may be increased by the Minister or the 
Deputy Solicitor General to such 
amount as the Minister or the Deputy 
Solicitor General considers appropriate. 



where in his or her opinion, the increase 
is justified having regard to the special 
circumstances of the case. 

4. For each kilometre of necessary travel 
by private automobile in connection 
with an investigation or inquest, an 
allowance in accordance with Schedule 
11 (Kilometre Allowances). 

5 . For a certificate issued under subsection 

13 (1) of the Act, a fee of $23.00 

6. For a certificate issued under section 80 
of the Cemeteries Act, payable by the 
applicant for the certificate, a fee of . . 23.00 

O. Reg. 292/86, s. 2. 

3. Paragraph 3 of Schedule 6 to the said 
Regulation, as remade by section 2 of 
Ontario Regulation 533/82, is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

3. For each kilometre of necessary travel b> 
private automobile in connection with the 
service of summonses, an allowance in 
accordance with Schedule 11 (Kilometre 
Allowances). 

4. Schedule 7 to the said Regulation, as 
amended by section 3 of Ontario Reg- 
ulation 533/82, is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

Schedule 7 

RECORDING OF EVIDENCE 

1 . For recording the evidence upon an inquest or any 
part of it, a fee in accordance with Ontario Regu- 
lation 36/84 (Fees and Expenses — Court Repor- 
ters and Court Monitors). 

2. For copies of the transcription of the evidence 
upon an inquest, a fee payable by the person 
ordering or requesting the transcripts in accor- 
dance with Ontario Regulation 36/84 (Fees and 
Expenses — Court Reporters and Court Monitors). 

3. Where a person appointed to record the evidence 
upon an inquest resides elsewhere than the place 
where the inquest is held and in the opinion of the 
coroner it is desirable that the person remain 
overnight at such place, an amount equal to the 
amount reasonably and actually paid by the per- 
son for overnight accommodation. 

4. Where an inquest continues past one-half day and 
in the opinion of the coroner it is desirable that a 
person appointed to record the evidence upon the 
inquest be reimbursed the cost of a meal, an 
amount equal to the amount reasonably and actu- 
ally paid by the person for the meal. 



838 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2403 



5. Where a person appointed to record the evidence 
upon an inquest resides elsewhere than the place 
where the inquest is held, for each kilometre of 
necessary- travel b> private automobile between 
the person's residence and the place where the 
inquest is held, an allowance in accordance with 
Schedule 11 (Kilometre Allowances). 

O. Reg. 292/86, s. 4. 

5. Paragraph 2 of Schedule 8 to the said 
Regulation, as remade by section 4 of 
Ontario Regulation 533/82, is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

2. For each kilometre of necessary- travel by private 
automobile between the juror's place of residence 
and the place where the inquest is held, an allow- 
ance in accordance with Schedule 11 (Kilometre 
Allowances), but where the inquest is held in the 
locality in which the juror resides, a total allow- 
ance of S2. 50. 

6. Paragraph 5 of Schedule 9 to the said 
Regulation, as remade by section 5 of 
Ontario Regulation 533/82, is revoked 
and the following substituted therefon 

5. For each kilometre of necessary- travel 
by private automobile between the place 
of residence of the witness and the place 
where the inquest is held, an allowance 
in accordance with Schedule 11 
(Kilometre Allowances), but where the 
inquest is held in the locality in which 
the witness resides, a total allowance of 
S2.S0. 

7. — ( 1) Paragraphs 6, 7 and 8 of Schedule 
10 to the said Regulation, as remade by 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 67/84, 
are revoked and the following substi- 
tuted therefor: 

6. For transporting a dead body for further 
investigation upon the authorization of 
the coroner, 

i. a fee of S72, or 

ii. in southern Ontario, an allowance 
of $1.05 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 51.08 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. 

7. Where more than one dead body is 
transported on the same trip for further 
investigation upon the authorization of 
the coroner, for each additional body so 
transported, a fee of $22. 15 

8. 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 22.15 

(2) Paragraph 10 of the said Schedule 10 is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

10. The fee mentioned in paragraph 6 may- 
be increased by the Chief Coroner in an 
amount not exceeding S500 or such 
greater amount as the Minister or the 
Deputy Solicitor General approves 
where, in the opinion of the Chief 
Coroner, the Minister or the Deputy 
SoHcitor General, as the case may be, 
the increase is justified having regard to 
the special circumstances of the case. 

(3) Paragraph 11 of the said Schedule 10, 
as remade by section 3 of Ontario Reg- 
ulation 302/84, is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

11. For each kilometre of necessary- travel 
by private automobile by a legally qual- 
ified medical practitioner in connection 
with an examination or analysis, an 
allowance in accordance with Schedule 
11 (Kilometre Allowances). 

8. The said Regulation is amended by 
adding thereto the following Schedule: 

Schedule 11 

KILOMETRE ALLOWANCES 

The following kilometre allowances are payable 
under paragraph 4 of Schedule 5, paragraph 3 of 
Schedule 6, paragraph 5 of Schedule 7, paragraph 2 of 
Schedule 8, paragraph 5 of Schedule 9 and paragraph 
1 1 of Schedule 10: 

(a) in northern Ontario, 28 cents per kilometre; 
and 

(b) in southern Ontario, 27.5 cents per kilo- 
metre. 



(8784) 



O. Reg. 292/86, s. 8. 
22 



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O. Reg. 293/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2459 



Publications Under The Regulations Act 



June 7th, 1986 



CONSERVATION AUTHORITIES ACT 

O. Reg. 293/86. 

Fill, Construction and Alteration to 

Waterways — The Metropolitan Toronto 

and Region. 
Made— April 4th, 1986. 
Approved — May 15th, 1986. 
Filed— May 20th, 1986. 



TABLE 2 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
CONSERVATION AUTHORITIES ACT 

FILL, CONSTRUCTION AND ALTERATION 

TO WATERWAYS— THE METROPOLITAN 

TORONTO AND REGION 

1. In this Regulation, 

"Authority" means The Metropolitan Toronto and 
Region Conservation Authority; 

"fill" means earth, sand, gravel, rubble, rubbish, 
garbage or any other material whether similar to or 
different from any of the aforementioned materials, 
whether originating on the site or elsewhere, used 
or capable of being used to raise, lower, or in any 
way, affect the contours of the ground; 

"regional storm" means a storm producing in a forty- 
eight hour period, in a drainage area of, 

(a) 25 square kilometres or less, a rainfall that 
has the distribution set out in Table 1, or 

(b) more than 25 square kilometres, a rainfall 
such that the number of millimetres of rain 
referred to in each case in Table 1 shall be 
modified by the percentage amount shown in 
Column 2 of Table 2 opposite the size of the 
drainage area set out opposite thereto in Col- 
umn 1 of Table 2. 



TABLE 1 


73 millimetres of rain 


in the first 36 hours 


6 millimetres of rain 


in the 37th hour 


4 millimetres of rain 


in the 38th hour 


6 millimetres of rain 


in the 39th hour 


13 millimetres of rain 


in the 40th hour 


17 millimetres of rain 


in the 41st hour 


13 millimetres of rain 


in the 42 nd hour 


23 millimetres of rain 


in the 43rd hour 


13 millimetres of rain 


in the 44th hour 


13 miUimetres of rain 


in the 45th hour 


53 millimetres of rain 


in the 46th hour 


38 millimetres of rain 


in the 47th hour 


13 millimetres of rain 


in the 48th hour 



Column 1 


Column 2 


Drainage Area 
(square kilometres) 


Percentage 


26 to 45 both inclusive 


99.2 


.46 to 65 both inclusive 


98.2 


66 to 90 both inclusive 


97.1 


91 to 115 both inclusive 


96.3 


116 to 140 both inclusive 


95.4 


141 to 165 both inclusive 


94.8 


166 to 195 both inclusive 


94.2 


196 to 220 both inclusive 


93.5 


221 to 245 both inclusive 


92.7 


246 to 270 both inclusive 


92.0 


271 to 450 both inclusive 


89.4 


451 to 575 both inclusive 


86.7 


576 to 700 both inclusive 


84.0 


701 to 850 both inclusive 


82.4 


85 1 to 1000 both inclusive 


80.8 


1001 to 1200 both inclusive 


79.3 


1201 to 1500 both inclusive 


76.6 


1501 to 1700 both inclusive 


74.4 


1701 to 2000 both inclusive 


73.3 


2001 to 2200 both inclusive 


71.7 


2201 to 2500 both inclusive 


70.2 


2501 to 2700 both inclusive 


69.0 


2701 to 4500 both inclusive 


64.4 


4501 to 6000 both inclusive 


61.4 


6001 to 7000 both inclusive 


58.9 


7001 to 8000 both inclusive 


57.4 



8t^ 



"river", "lake", "creek", "stream" or "watercourse" 
means any river, lake, creek, stream or water- 
course under the jurisdiction of the Authority. 
O. Reg. 293/86, s. 1. 

2. The areas described in the schedules are areas in 
which, in the opinion of the Authority, the control of 
flooding or pollution or conservation of land may be 
affected by the placing or dumping of fill. O. Reg. 
293/86, s. 2. 

3. Subject to section 4, no person shall, 

(a) construct any building or structure or permit 
any building or structure to be constructed 
in or on a pond or swamp or in any area 
susceptible to flooding during a regional 
storm; 

(b) place or dump fill or permit fill to be placed 
or dumped in the areas described in the 
schedules whether such fill is already located 
in or upon such area, or brought to or on such 
area from some other place or places; 



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O. Reg. 293/86 



(c) straighten, change, divert or interfere in any 
way with the existing channel of a river, 
creek, stream or watercourse. O. Reg. 
293/86, s. 3. 



4. Subject to the Ontario Water Resources Act or to 
any private interest, the Authority may permit, in 
writing, the construction of any building or structure 
or the placing or dumping of fill or the straightening, 
changing, diverting or interfering with the existing 
channel of a river, creek, stream or watercourse to 
which section 3 applies if, in the opinion of the 
Authority, the site of the building or structure or the 
placing or dumping and the method of construction or 
placing or dumping or the straightening, changing, 
diverting or interfering with the existing channel will 
not affect the control of flooding or pollution or the 
conservation of land. O. Reg. 293/86, s. 4. 

5. No person shall commence to construct any 
building or structure or dump or place fill or 
straighten, change, divert or interfere with the existing 
channel of a river, creek, stream or watercourse in any 
area to which section 3 applies before permission to 
do so has been obtained under section 4. O. Reg. 
293/86, s. 5. 

6. — (1) A signed application for permission to con- 
struct a building or structure shall be filed with the 
Authority and shall include four copies of, 

(a) a plan of the property showing the proposed 
location of the building or structure, its 
elevation and the proposed final grade plan; 

(b) a complete description of the type of building 
or structure to be constructed, including 
drainage details and the method of construc- 
tion; 

(c) a statement of the dates between which the 
construction will be carried out; and 

(d) a statement of the proposed use of the build- 
ing or structure following completion of the 
construction. 

(2) A signed application for permission to place or 
dump fill shall be filed with the Authority and shall 
include four copies of, 

(a) a plan of the property on which the fill is to 
be placed, showing the proposed location of 
filling, the depth to which it is proposed to fill 
and the proposed final grade of the land 
when filling is completed; 

(b) a complete description of the type of fill 
proposed to be placed or dumped and the 
method of placing or dumping the fill; 

(c) a statement of the dates between which the 
placing or dumping will be carried out; and 



(d) a statement of the proposed use of the land 
following completion of placing or dumping. 

(3) A signed application for permission to 
straighten, change, divert or interfere in any way with 
the existing channel of a river, lake, creek, stream or 
watercourse, shall be filed with the Authority and shall 
include four copies of, 

(a) a plan on which shall be shown in plan view 
and cross-section the details of such 
straightening, changing, diverting or inter- 
fering; 

(b) a description of the protective measures to be 
undertaken and the method to be used to 
carry out such straightening, changing, 
diverting or interfering; 

(c) a statement of the dates between which the 
straightening, changing, diverting or inter- 
fering will be carried out; and 

(d) a statement of the purpose of the proposed 
work. O. Reg. 293/86, s. 6. 

7. The Authority may, at any time, withdraw any 
permission given under section 4 if the representations 
contained in the application for permission are not 
carried out. O. Reg. 293/86, s. 7. 

8. The Authority may appoint, from time to time, 
officers to enforce this Regulation. O. Reg. 293/86, 
s. 8. 

9. Regulation 170 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 is revoked. 

The Metropolitan Toronto and Region 
Conservation Authority: 

W. T. Foster 
Chairman 

W. E. Jones 
Secretary-Treasurer 

Dated at Toronto, this 4th day of April, 1986. 

Schedule 1 

ETOBICOKE CREEK 

That part of the area over which The Metropolitan 
Toronto and Region Conservation Authority has 
jurisdiction comprising that part of the watershed of 
the Etobicoke Creek extending northerly from Lake 
Ontario, as shown delineated by the line designated as 
the fill regulation line on maps filed in the office of the 
Central Region of the Ministry of Natural Resources at 
Richmond Hill as Nos. M.T.R.1-1 to M.T.R.1-8; 
M.T.R.1-13 to M.T.R.1-27; M.T.R.1-30 to M.T.R. 
1-46, all inclusive, dated November, 1976 and 
M.T.R. 1-9 to M.T.R. 1-12 and M.T.R. 1-28 and 
M.T.R. 1-29, all inclusive, dated April, 1981. 
O. Reg. 293/86, Sched. 1. 



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Schedule 2 

MIAHCO CREEK 

That part of the area over which The Metropolitan 
Toronto and Region Conservation Authority has 
jurisdiction comprising that part of the watershed of 
the Mimico Creek extending northerh from Lake 
Ontario, as shown delineated by the line designated as 
the fiU regulation line on maps filed in the office of the 
Central Region of the Ministry- of Natural Resources at 
Richmond Hill as Nos. M.T.R.2-1 to M.T.R.2-18, 
both inclusive, dated November, 1976 and M.T.R. 
2-llAandM.T.R.2-llB, dated April, 1981. O. Reg. 
293/86, Sched. 2. 



Schedule 3 

HUMBER RIVER 

That part of the area over which The MetropoUtan 
Toronto and Region Conservation Authority has 
jurisdiction comprising that part of the watershed of 
the Humber River extending northerly from Lake 
Ontario, as shown delineated by the line designated as 
the fill regulation line on maps filed in the office of the 
Central Region of the Ministrj- of Natural Resources at 
Richmond Hill as Nos. M.f.R.3-1 to M.T.R.3-138, 
both inclusive, dated April, 1977 and M.T.R.3-119A 
dated April, 1983. O. Reg. 293/86, Sched. 3. 



Schedule 4 

DON RIVER 

That part of the area over which The Metropolitan 
Toronto and Region Conservation Authority has 
jurisdiction comprising that part of the watershed of 
the Don River extending northerly from Lake Ontario, 
as shown delineated by the line designated as the fill 
regulation line on maps filed in the office of the Central 
Region of the Ministr>- of Natural Resources at 
Richmond Hill as Nos. M.T.R.4-1 to M.T.R.4-24 and 
M.T.R.4-26 to M.T.R. 4-51, both inclusive, dated 
April, 1977 and M.T.R.4-23A and M.T.R.4-25, 
both inclusive, dated April, 1981. O. Reg. 293/86, 
Sched. 4. 

Schedule 5 

HIGHLAND CREEK 

That part of the area over which The Metropohtan 
Toronto and Region Conservation Authority has 
jurisdiction comprising that part of the watershed of 
the Highland Creek extending northerly from Lake 
Ontario, as shown delineated by the fill regulation line 
on maps filed in the office of the Central Region of the 
Ministry of Natural Resources at Richmond Hill as 
Nos. M.T.R.5-1 to M.T.R.5-16, both inclusive, dated 
April, 1977 and M.T.R.5-6A dated April, 1981. 
O. Reg. 293/86, Sched. 5. 



Schedule 6 

ROUGE RIVER 

That part of the area over which The Metropolitan 
Toronto and Region Conser\'ation Authority has 
jurisdiction comprising that part of the watershed of 
the Rouge River extending northerly from Lake 
Ontario, as shown deUneated by the fill regulation line 
on maps filed in the office of the Central Region of the 
Ministr\' of Natural Resources at Richmond Hill as 
Nos. M.T.R. 6-1 to M.T.R. 6-49, both inclusive, dated 
April, 1977. O. Reg. 293/86, Sched. 6. 

Schedule 7 

PETTICOAT CREEK 

That part of the area over which The MetropoUtan 
Toronto and Region Conservation Authority has 
jurisdiction comprising that part of the watershed of 
the Petticoat Creek extending northerly from Lake 
Ontario, as shown delineated by the line designated as 
the fill regulation line on maps filed in the office of the 
Central Region of the Ministry of Natural Resources at 
Richmond Hill as Nos. M.T.R.7-1 to M.T.R.7-4, 
both inclusive, dated April, 1977. O. Reg. 293/86, 
Sched. 7. 

Schedule 8 

DUFFIN CREEK 

That part of the area over which The Metropolitan 
Toronto and Region Conservation Authorit>' has 
jurisdiction comprising that part of the watershed of 
the Duffin Creek extending northerly from Lake 
Ontario, as shown delineated by the line designated as 
the fill regulation line on maps filed in the office of the 
Central Region of the Ministr>- of Natural Resources at 
Richmond Hill as Nos. M.T.R.8-1 to M.T.R.8-45, 
both inclusive, dated April, 1977. O. Reg. 293/86, 
Sched. 8. 

Schedule 9 
CARRUTHER'S CREEK 

That part of the area over which The MetropoUtan 
Toronto and Region Conservation Authority has 
jurisdiction comprising that part of the watershed of 
the Carruther's Creek extending northerly from Lake 
Ontario, as shown delineated by the line designated as 
the fiU regulation line on maps filed in the office of the 
Central Region of the Ministr>- of Natural Resources at 
Richmond Hill as Nos. M.T.R. 9-1 to M.T.R. 9-4, both 
inclusive, dated April, 1977 and M.T.R.9-5 to 
M.T.R.9-9, both inclusive, dated November, 1976. 
O. Reg. 293/86, Sched. 9. 

Schedule 10 

WATERFRONT 



That part of the area over which The MetropoUtan 
Toronto and Region Conservation Authority has 



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O. Reg. 294/86 



jurisdiction comprising that part of the watershed of 
the Waterfront extending northerly from Lake 
Ontario, as shown delineated by the line designated as 
the fill regulation line on maps filed in the office of the 
Central Region of the Ministry of Natural Resources at 
Richmond Hill as Nos. M.T.R.10-1 to M.T.R. 10-29, 
both inclusive, dated November, 1980. O. Reg. 
293/86, Sched. 10. 



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23 



PLANNIT^G ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 294/86. 
Restricted Areas — Regional 

Municipality of York, Town of 

Whitchurch-Stouffville. 
Made— May 16th, 1986. 
Filed— May 21st, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 101/72 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

1. Ontario Regulation 101/72 is amended 
by adding thereto the following sec- 
tions: 

16. — (1) The single-family dwelling and buildings 
and structures accessory thereto existing on the lands 
described in subsection (2) may continue to be used if 
the following requirements are met: 

Minimum lot area 1.338 hectares 

Minimum lot frontage 
on road allowance be- 
tween concessions IX 
and X 45 metres 

Minimum distance of 
single-family dwelling 
from: 

(i) lot line abutting 
road allowance 
between conces- 
sions IX and X 15 metres 

(ii) lot line abutting 
road allowance 
between the 
Township of 
Uxbridge and the 
Town of Whit- 
church-Stouffville 22.5 metres 

(iii) any other lot line 9 metres 

Maximum lot coverage IS per cent 



Maximum height of 
dwelling 1 1 



Maximum floor area 



139 



metres 
square metres 



(2) This section applies to that parcel of land in the 
Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville in The Regional 
Municipality of York, being that part of lots 1 1 and 12 
in Concession X designated as Part 1 on a Plan de- 
posited in the Land Registry Office for the Registry 
Division of York Region (No. 65) as Number 
65R-9173. O. Reg. 294/86, s. 1, part. 

17. — (1) A single-family dwelling and buildings and 
structures accessory thereto may be erected and used 
on the land described in subsection (2) if the following 
requirements are met: 



45 



Minimum lot area 

Minimum lot frontage 
on road allowance . be- 
tween concessions IX 
and X 

Minimum distance of 
single-family dwelling 
from: 



(i) lot line abutting 
road allowance 
between conces- 
sions IX and X 15 



(ii) lot line abutting 
road allowance 
between the 
Township of 
Uxbridge and the 
Town of Whit- 
church-Stouffville 



0.809 hectares 



metres 



metres 



22.5 metres 



(iii) any other lot line 9 metres 

Maximum lot coverage 15 per cent 

Maximum height of 

dwelling 1 1 metres 



Maximum floor area 



139 



square metres 



(2) This section applies to that parcel of land in the 
Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville in The Regional 
Municipality of York, being that part of lots 1 1 and 12 
in Concession X designated as Part 2 on a Plan de- 
posited in the Land Registry Office for the Registry 
Division of York Region (No. 65) as Number 
65R-9173. O. Reg. 294/86, s. 1, paH. 

18. — (1) A single-family dwelling and buildings and 
structures accessory thereto may be erected and used 
on the land described in subsection (2) if the following 
requirements are met: 



Minimum lot area 



2.005 hectares 



844 



O. Reg. 294/86 

Minimum lot frontage 
on road allowance be- 
tween concessions IX 
and X 

Minimum distance of 
single-family dwelling 
from: 

(i) lot line abutting 
road allowance 
between conces- 
sions IX and X 

(ii) lot line abutting 
road allowance 
' between the 
Township of 
Uxbridge and the 
Town of Whit- 
church-Stouffville 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 295/86 2463 



Division of York Region (No. 65) as Number 
6SR-9173. O. Reg. 294/86, s. 1, part. 



60 



metres 



15 



metres 



22.5 metres 



(iii) any other lot line 


9 


metres 


Maximum lot coverage 


S 


per cent 


Maximum height of 






dwelling 


11 


metres 


Maximum floor area 


139 


square metres 



(2) This section applies to that parcel of land in the 
Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville in The Regional 
Municipality of York, being that part of lots 1 1 and 12 
in Concession X designated as Part 3 on a Plan de- 
posited in the Land Registr>' Office for the Registry 



L. J. FiNCHAM 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

Central and Southwest 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 16th day of May, 1986. 

(8804) 23 

ASSESSMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 295/86. 

AppUcation for Direction of School 

Support. 
Made— May 21st, 1986. 
Filed— May 21st, 1986. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
ASSESSMENT ACT 

APPLICATION FOR DIRECTION 
OF SCHOOL SUPPORT 

1. An application for direction of school support 
referred to in subsection IS (6) of the Act shall be in; 

(a) Form 1; or 

(b) Form la in an area where the assessment 
commissioner considers that a significant 
number of people reside whose preferred lan- 
guage is French. O. Reg. 295/86, s. 1. 



845 



2464 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
Form 1 

Assessment Act 



O. Reg. 295/86 



To: The Regional Assessment Comn 



Application for Direction of School Support 

Auessment Act, R.S.O. 1980, chapter 31, section IB (as amended) 



Please enter or revite my school support designation on the Assessment 
Roll in accordance with the following infonnation: 



Cntv 


Mun Map/Div 


Map/Sub 


Parcel 


Prtm/Sub 


NBHO- 


Raference- 



MuniciMitv 


Property/Mailing Address 


Unit/Apt. 


Telephone No. ] 


Mailing Address If différant from above 

City Province 


Country 


Postal Code 


Complete for ru 

Lot No. P 


ral areas only 

an/Conc. No. 


Business Addraas - if self-employed or in partnership in business 


Telephone No. 


List other properties that you own or rent in the Municipality or Region 



Th« statistical infonnation is «ssantial and is required by the Provincial Govamment for rww owrwrs and tenants, new school registrations and change of address. 



CITIZENSHIP: A - Ali< 



Canedian Citizen and other British Subjects, ptease leave blank 



RESIDENCY: 



U ' Live on the property described above 
A ■ Live on the property but not in this ur 



M ' Live elsewheri 



P - Public school supporter /elector 



Designates Roman Catholic/ Ukrainian Cathollc/Gr 
<other denominations please leave blank) 



OCCUPANCY: 



Spouse of an owner or ter 
Boarder, lodger, children 



IDENTIFIER: M - Male 



Act Sequence 



Please print nar 
List includes husband, wife, children and any other mennber(sl of your household. 



J i I I I 1 L 



Given Name(s) 
J I 1 I I I I I I I L 



I I I I I I I I 



I I I I I 



J I I 1 I I I L 



I I I [ I 



J I I I L__J I L 



I I 1 1 I 



J i I I I I 1 L 



J I I 1 L 



i I I I 1 1_J I_X 



J I I L 



Note: School Support 

The option to be a separate school elector/supporter is available only to Roman Catholics 

(which includes Greek and Ukrainian Catholics). 

The Education Act permits Roman Catholics {which includes Greek and Ukrainian Catholics) 

who own or rent property located in a Separate School Zone, to direct the education portion 

of their property tax to the Separate School Board if they so desire. Any Roman Catholic living 

in a separate school zone may be a separate school elector if he/she so desires. 

Any queries on specific school support problems should be addressed to your local Separate 

or Public School Board 



V^/hote Base 1 st 
, (/) House Apt. Floo 



If not whole 



Month Day 



Name of School Board /Agent 



is hereby authorized to act as agent in matters of school support 
designation in respect to the above mentioned property (ies) on 
behalf of the undersigned. 



Signature of Owner or -1'e 



Month Day 



Signature of Ow 



Month Day 



This Application is Q Approved Q Refused 

Reasons for Refusal 



Month Day 



For School Board Use Only 



2000C (86 01) 



O. Reg. 295/86, Form 1 



846 



O. Reg. 295/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Form la 

Assessment Act 

Application for Direction of School Support 
Demande d'affectation des impôts scolaires 



2465 



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2. Ontario Régulation 798/82 is revoked. 

Dated at Toronto, this 21st day of May, 1986. 
8805) 



3 1 MO (ac-CM) 

O. Reg. 295/86, Form la. 

Robert Ndcon 
Minister of Revenue 

23 



847 



2466 O. Reg. 296/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 299/86 



FUEL TAX ACT, 1981 

O. Reg. 296/86. 

Taxable Price and Tax Payable on Fuel to 

Propel Motor Vehicles and Railway 

Equipment. 
Made — May 21st, 1986. 
Filed— May 21st, 1986. 



REGULATION TO REVOKE 

ONTARIO REGULATION 579/82 

MADE UNDER THE 

FUEL TAX ACT, 1981 



1. Ontario Regulations 
414/84 are revoked. 



579/82 and 



Robert Nixon 
Minister of Revenue 



Dated at Toronto, this 21st day of May, 1986. 



(8806) 



23 



SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT 
CORPORATIONS ACT 

O. Reg. 297/86. 
Delegation of Powers. 
Made— May 21st, 1986. 
Filed— May 21st, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 913 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

SMALL BUSINESS 

DEVELOPMENT CORPORATIONS 

ACT 

1. Subsection 1 (2) of Regulation 913 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, 
as remade by subsection 1 (1) of 
Ontario Regulation 164/83, is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

(2) The officers of the Ministry of Revenue holding 
the positions of Director of the Motor Fuels and 
Tobacco Tax Branch, and Senior Manager, Legisla- 
tion and Planning, of the Motor Fuels and Tobacco 
Tax Branch, may exercise the powers and perform the 
duties of the Minister under the following sections of 
the Act: 

1. Subsections 5 (2) and (5). 

2. Section 8. 



3. Subsections 20 (3) and (4). O. Reg. 297/86, 
s. 1. 

2. This Regulation shall be deemed to 
have come into force on the 14th day 
of January, 1986. 

Robert Nixon 

Minister of Revenue 

Dated at Toronto, this 21st day of May, 1986. 
(8807) 23 



TOBACCO TAX ACT 

O. Reg. 298/86. 

Taxable Prices and Tax Payable on 
Cigarettes and Other Tobacco Products. 
Made— May 21st, 1986. 
Filed— May 21st, 1986. 



REGULATION TO REVOKE 

ONTARIO REGULATION 439/81 

MADE UNDER THE 

TOBACCO TAX ACT 



1. Ontario Regulations 
416/84 are revoked. 



439/81 and 



Robert Nixon 
Minister of Revenue 

Dated at Toronto, this 21st day of May, 1986. 

(8808) 23 ! 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

O. Reg. 299/86. 

Speed Limits. 

Made— May 16th, 1986. 

Filed— May 21st, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 
REGULATION 490 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

1 .— ( 1 ) Paragraph 5 of Part 3 of Schedule 
3 to Regulation 490 of Revised Regu- 
lations of Ontario, 1980 is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor: 



848 



O. Reg. 299/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 301/86 2467 



Huron — 

Twps. of 
Tuckersmith 
and Stanley 



That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 4 in the County of Huron King 
between a point situate at its intersection 
with the boundary Une between lots 31 
and 32 in Concession 1 in the Township 
of Tuckersmith and lots 16 and 17 in 
Concession 1 in the Township of Stanley 
and a point situate 50 metres measured 
southerly from its intersection with the 
northerly Umit of Lot 50 in Concession 1 
in the Township of Tuckersmith and 
Lot 35 in Concession 1 in the Township 
of Stanley. 



(2) Paragraph 5 of Part 5 of the said 
Schedule 3, as remade by subsection 
2 (1) of Ontario Regulation 103/86, is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 



Huron — 

Twps. of 
Tuckersmith 
and Stanlev 



That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 4 in the County of Huron l>ing 
between a point situate at its intersection 
with the boundar>- line between lots 29 
and 30 in Concession 1 in the Township 
of Tuckersmith and lots 14 and 15 in 
Concession 1 in the Township of Stanley 
and a point situate at its intersection 
with the boundar>- line between lots 31 
and 32 in Concession 1 in the Township 
of Tuckersmith and lots 16 and 17 in 
Concession 1 in the Township of Stan- 
ley. 

Edward Fulton 

Minister of Transportation 

and Communications 



Dated at Toronto, this 16th day of May, 1986. 
(8809) 



TOBACCO TAX ACT 

O. Reg. 300/86. 

General. 

Made— May 15th, 1986. 

Filed— Mav 22nd, 1986. 



23 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 934 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

TOBACCO TAX ACT 

1.— (1) Section 2 of Regulation 934 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, 
as remade by section 1 of Ontario Reg- 
ulation 743/84 and amended by section 



1 of Ontario Regulation 117/85, sec- 
tion 1 of Ontario Regulation 309/85, 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 526/85 
and section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
134/86, is further amended by adding 
thereto the following items: 

9. Bargain World Discount Stores Inc. 



10a. Beauchesne Bros. Limited carrying on busi- 
ness as Mid-Canada Foods. 

(2) Item 45 of the said section 2 is revoked. 

(3) The said section 2 is further amended 
by adding thereto the foUowing items: 

90a. 572927 Ontario Inc. carrying on business as 
New Doyle's Discount. 



122a. Titan Warehouse Club Inc. 
(8810) 

WORKERS' COMPENSATION ACT 

O. Reg. 301/86. 

Pension Plan. 

Made— March 13th, 1986. 

Approved — April 24th, 1986. 

Filed— May 22nd, 1986. 



23 



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 Regulations of Ontario, 1980, 
as amended by section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 409/81, section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 813/82, section 1 
of Ontario Regulation 66/84 and sec- 
tion 1 of Ontario Regulation 719/84, is 
further amended by adding thereto the 
follow^ing clause: 

(o) on and after the 1st day of Jsmuary, 1986, the 
factors appUed in clause (n) increased by 3.8 
per cent, but in the case of a pension estab- 
lished in February, 1985, it shall be multi- 
plied by 1.0348 and in the case of a pension 



849 



2468 O. Reg. 301/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 303/86 



established in December, 1985, it shall be 
multiplied by 1.0032 and in the case of a pen- 
sion established between February, 1985 and 
December, 1985, it shall be multiplied by a 
factor /»ro rata between 1.0348 and 1.0032, 
and in the case of a pension established in 
1986 and thereafter, it shall be multiplied by 
1.0000, 



Workers' Compensation Board: 

Robert G. Elgie 
Chairman 

H. B. McDonald 
Acting Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 13th day of March, 1986. 

(8811) 23 



HOMEMAKERS AND NURSES SERVICES 
ACT 

O. Reg. 302/86. 

General. 

Made— May I5th, 1986. 

Filed— May 22nd, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 499 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HOMEMAKERS AND NURSES 

SERVICES ACT 

1.— (1) Item 9 of Part II of Form 4 of 
Regulation 499 of Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1980 is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 



9. A monthly amount for basic needs being the monthly amount for basic needs 
payable under Schedule C to Regulation 318 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 reduced by the amount calculated in accordance with para- 
graph 4 of subsection 12 (3) of said Regulation 318 $ . 

(2) Table 1 to the said Form 4 is revoked. 

(8812) 



23 



PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 303/86. 

Restricted Areas — District of Algoma, 

Sault Ste. Marie North Planning 

Area. 
Made— May 21st, 1986. 
Filed— May 23rd, 1986. 



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 sec- 
tions: 

86. — (1) Despite paragraph 13 of section 1 and sec- 
tion 25, the accessory structure existing on the land 
described in subsection (2) on the 14th day of Feb- 
ruary, 1986 may be used for the repair of forestry 
machinery and forestry vehicles. 

(2) Subsection (1) applies to those parts of the 
southwest quarter of Section 29, geographic Township 



of VanKoughnet, 
follows: 



District of Algoma, described as 



1. That part of the southwest quarter of Section 
29 containing an area of 1.96 acres, more or 
less. 

Beginning at the northwest angle of 
the southwest quarter of Section 29; 

Thence north 89° 17' 20" east and 
along the line between the northwest 
quarter and the southwest quarter of 
said Section 29 a distance of 104.92 
feet to the intersection of the last- 
mentioned line with the northeastern 
limit of Secondary Highway No. 552; 

Thence south 40° 57' east and along 
the northeastern limit of Secondary 
Highway No. 552 a distance of 940.50 
feet to the point of commencement of 
the herein described parcel; 

Thence continuing south 49° 57' east 
and along the northeastern limit of 
Secondary Highway No. 552 a further 
distance of 100 feet; 



850 



O. Reg. 303/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 304/86 2469 



Thence north 40° 03' east a distance of 
896.90 feet to a point in the northern 
limit of the southwest quarter of Sec- 
tion 29; 

Thence south 89° 17' Ztf" west and 
along the northern limit of said 
southwest quarter a distance of 132.02 
feet; 

Thence south 40° 03' west a distance 
of 810.70 feet to the point of com- 
mencement. 

2. That part of the southwest quarter of Section I 
29 containing an area of 2.158 acres, be the 
same more or less. 

Beginning at the northwest angle of 
the southwest quarter of Section 29; 

Thence north 89° 17' 20^* east along 
the line between the northwest quar- 
ter and the southwest quarter of Sec- 
tion 29 a distance of 104.91 feet to the 
intersection of the last-mentioned line 
with the northeastern limit of Secon- 
dary Highway No. 552; 

Thence south 49° 57' east and along 
the northeastern hmit of Secondar>- 
Highway No. 552 a distance of 
1,040.50 feet to the point of com- 
mencement of the herein described 
parcel; 

Thence continuing south 49° 57' east 
and along the northeastern limit of 
Secondar>- Highway No. 552 a further 
distance of 100 feet; 

Thence north 40° 03' east a distance of 
983. 10 feet to a point in the northern 
limit of the southwest quarter of Sec- 
tion 29; 

Thence south 89° 17' 20^ west and 
along the northern limit of said 
southwest quarter a distance of 132.02 
feet; 

Thence south 40° 03' west a distance 
of 986.90 feet to the point of com- 
mencement. O. Reg. 303/86, s. 1, 
part. 

87. — ( 1) Notwithstanding that the land described in 
subsection (2) is shown on a map referred to in clause 4 
(a) as being in a Rural Zone, it shall be deemed to be in 
a Seasonal Residential Zone to which Part IV applies. 

(2) Subsection (1) apphes to those parts of the 
btoken southwest quarter of Section G, Summer 
Resort Location, in the geographic Township of Ryan 

the District of Algoma described as Parcel 3079, 



Algoma West Section, in the Land Registry' Office for 
the Land Titles Division of Algoma (No. 1). O. Reg. 
303/86, s. 1, part. 

Pauline Morris 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 



Dated at Toronto, this 21st day of May, 1986. 
(8813) 

FOREST FIRES PREVENTION ACT 

O. Reg. 304/86. 
Restricted Fire Zone. 
Made— May 23rd, 1986. 
Filed— May 23rd, 1986. 



23 



REGULATION \L\DE UNDER THE 
FOREST FIRES PREVENTION ACT 

RESTRICTED FIRE ZONE 

1. The North Central Fire Region described in 
Schedule A hereto is declared to be a Restricted Fire 
Zone from the 23rd day of May to the 2 7th day of May, 
both inclusive in the year, 1986. O. Reg. 304/86, s. 1." 

Schedule A 
NORTH CENTRAL FIRE REGION 

In the territorial districts of Algoma, Cochrane, 
Kenora, Rainy River and Thunder Bay described as 
follows: 

Beginning at the southeast comer of the geographic 
Township of Corman being a point on the east bound- 
ary- of the Territorial District of Kenora; thence north- 
erly along that boundary- to the southwest comer of 
G.T.P. Block No. 6; thence easterly along the south 
boundary of that block to the southeast comer thereof; 
thence northerly along the east boundary of that block 
and the northerly production of that east boundary- to 
the base line run by Phillips and Benner, Ontario Land 
Surveyors, in 1931; thence northeasterly in a straight 
line to the point of intersection of the parallel of 
latitude 50° 00' with the meridian line run by K.G. 
Ross, Ontario Land Sur\'eyor, in 1921; thence easterly 
along the parallel of latitude 50° 00' to the line of lon- 
gitude 90° (X)'; thence northerly along the line of lon- 
gitude 90° 00' to the parallel of latitude 51° 00'; thence 
easterly along the parallel of latitude 5 1° 00' to the line 
of longitude 89° (X)'; thence northerly along the line of 
longitude 89° 00' to the southerly boundary of Wun- 
numin Lake Indian Reserve Number 86; thence east- 
erly along that southerly boundary to the easterly 
boundary of that Indian Reserve; thence northerly 
along that easterly boundary to the northerly boundary 
of that Indian Reserve, thence westerly along that 
northerly boundary- to the line of longitude 89° 00'; 



851 



2470 O.Reg. 304/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 305/86 



thence northerly along that line of longitude to the 
parallel of latitude 54° 00'; thence easterly along the 
parallel of latitude 54° 00' to the intersection with a 
line drawn in a course of north astronomic from the 
northwest corner of the geographic Township of 
Bicknell, in the Territorial District of Cochrane; 
thence south astronomically along that line to the 
northwest corner of the geographic Township of 
Bicknell; thence easterly along the north boundary of 
the last mentioned geographic township to the north- 
east corner thereof; thence southerly along the east 
boundary of the geographic townships of Bicknell, 
Boyce and Clavet to the northerly boundary of the 
geographic Township of Downer; thence easterly 
along the north boundary of the last mentioned geo- 
graphic township to the northeast corner thereof; 
thence southerly along the east boundary of the geo- 
graphic townships of Downer, Frances and Flanders 
to the southeast corner of the last mentioned geo- 
graphic township; thence westerly along the south 
boundary of the last mentioned geographic township 
to the southwest corner thereof; thence southerly along 
the west boundary of the geographic townships of 
Foch and Drew to the northeast corner of the geo- 
graphic Township of Spooner; thence westerly along 
the north boundary of the geographic Township of 
Spooner to the northwest corner thereof; thence south- 
erly along the west boundary of the geographic 
Township of Spooner to the southwest corner thereof; 
thence southerly in a straight line to the northeast 
corner of the geographic Township of McGill; thence 
westerly along the north boundary of the last men- 
tioned geographic township to the northwest corner 
thereof; thence southerly along the west boundary of 
the last mentioned geographic township to the south- 
westerly corner thereof; thence west astronomically 
to the intersection with a line drawn in a course of 
north astronomic from the northwest corner of the 
geographic Township of Laberge; thence south 
astronomically along that line to the northwest corner 
of the geographic Township of Laberge; thence south- 
erly along the west boundary of the last mentioned 
geographic township to the northerly limit of the right 
of way of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company; 
thence westerly along the said northerly limit to the 
intersection with the east boundary of the geographic 
Township of Lecours; thence southerly along the said 
east boundary and its southerly production to the 
intersection with a line drawn on a course of east 
astronomic from southeast corner of the geographic 
'Çownship of Pic; thence west astronomically along 
that line and continuing westerly along the south 
boundary of the said geographic Township of Pic to 
the intersection with the westerly boundary of 
Pukaskwa National Park; thence north 0° 38' 10" east 
along the said park boundary 780.468 metres; thence 
north 86° 31' 40" west along the said park boundary 
2323.993 metres; thence north 2° 25' 50" east along the 
said park boundary 1014.761 metres; thence south 50° 
26' 20" west along the said park boundary 129.174 
metres; thence south 56° 08' 20" west along the said 
park boundary 266.282 metres; thence south 18° 25' 
00" west along the said park boundary 486.571 metres; 
thence south 26° 00' 10" west along the said park 
boundary 200.863 metres; thence south 47° 18' 20" 



west along the said park boundary 306.376 metres; 
thence north 71° 56' 30" west along the said park 
boundary 183.596 metres; thence south 70° 34' 40" 
west along the said park boundary 329.245 metres, 
more or less, to the water's edge of Lake Superior; 
thence south 68° 00' west 9.656 kilometres; thence 
south 22° 00' east 25.750 kilometres; thence south 30° 
00' west 82.077 kilometres, more or less, to the Inter- 
national Boundary between Canada and the United 
States of America; thence in a northwesterly, south- 
westerly and westerly direction following that Inter- 
national Boundary to the line of longitude 92° 30'; 
thence northerly along that line of longitude to the 
water's edge along the southerly shore of Seine River; 
thence in an easterly direction along that water's edge 
to the south boundary of Indian Reserve Number 2 3 A; 
thence easterly along the south boundary of Indian 
Reserve Number 23 A to the southeast corner thereof; 
thence northerly along the east boundary of Indian 
Reserve Number 23 A to the water's edge along the 
southerly shore of Seine River; thence in an easterly 
direction along that water's edge to the southerly limit 
of the right of way of the King's Highway known as 
Number 11; thence easterly along that limit to the 
intersection with the southerly production of the east 
boundary of the geographic Township of Bennett; 
thence northerly along that southerly production and 
the east boundary of that township and the northerly 
production of that east boundary to the boundary 
between the territorial districts of Kenora and Rainy 
River; thence westerly along that boundary to the 5 th 
Meridian Line as surveyed by A. Niven, Ontario Land 
Surveyor in 1897; thence northerly along that meridian 
line to the intersection with a line drawn on a course 
of west astronomic from the southwest corner of the 
geographic Township of Grummett; thence east 
astronomically along that line to the southwest corner 
of the geographic Township of Grummett; thence east- 
erly along the south boundary of the geographic 
townships of Grummett, Cathcart, McNevin and 
Corman to the place of beginning. O. Reg. 304/86, 
Sched. A. 

Mary Mogford 

Deputy Minister of 

Natural Resources 

Dated at Toronto, this 23rd day of May, 1986. 

(8814) 23 

FOREST FIRES PREVENTION ACT 

O. Reg. 305/86. 
Restricted Fire Zone. 
Made— May 23rd, 1986. 
Filed— May 23rd, 1986. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
FOREST FIRES PREVENTION ACT 

RESTRICTED FIRE ZONE 

1. The Northwestern Fire Region described in 
Schedule A hereto is declared to be a Restricted Fire 
Zone from the 23rd day of May to the 2 7th day of May, 
both inclusive in the year, 1986. O. Reg. 305/86, s. 1. 



852 



O. Reg. 305/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 306/86 2471 

Schedule A FOREST FIRES PREVENTION ACT 



In the territorial districts of Kenora, Kenora-Pat- 
ricia Portion and Rainy River, described as follows: 

Beginning at the southeasterly comer of the Geo- 
graphic Township of Corman in the Territorial Dis- 
trict of Kenora; thence northerly along the easterly 
boundar>- of the geographic townships of Corman and 
Chartrand and the northerly production of the easterly 
boundar>' of the Geographic Township of Chartrand 
to the southwesterly comer of G.T.P. Block No. 6; 
thence easterly along the south boundar>- of that block 
to the southeasterly comer thereof; thence northerly 
along the easterly boundary- of that block and the 
northerly production of the easterly boundarv- of that 
Block No. 6 to the base line run by Phillips and Ben- 
ner, Ontario Land Surveyors, in 1931; thence north- 
easterly in a straight line to the intersection of latitude 
SCf 00' with the meridian line run by K.G. Ross, 
Ontario Land Surveyor, in 1921; thence easterly along 
latitude 50° 00' to longitude 90° 00'; thence northerly 
along longitude 90° 00' to latitude 51° 00'; thence east- 
erly along latitude 51° 00' to longitude 89° 00'; thence 
northerly along longitude 89° 00' to latitude 52° 30'; 
thence westerly along latitude 52° 30' to the Interpro- 
vincial Boundary- between Ontario and Manitobîi; 
thence in southwesterly and southerly direction fol- 
lowing that boundary- to the International Boundary 
between Canada and the United States of .-\merica; 
thence in an easterly and southeasterly direction fol- 
lowing that boundary- to longitude 92° 30'; thence 
northerly along that longitude to the high-water mark 
along the southerly bank of the Seine River; thence 
easterly along that high-water mark to the southerly 
boundary of Indian Reserve 23A; thence easterly and 
northerly along that boundary to the high-water mark 
along the southerly bank of the Seine River; thence 
easterly along that high-water mark to the southerly 
limit of the right of way of that part of the King's 
Highway known as No. 11; thence easterly along that 
right of way to the southerly production of the easterly 
boundary of the Geographic Township of Bennett in 
the Territorial District of Rainy River; thence north- 
erly along that southerly production and the easterly 
boundary of that geographic township and the north- 
erly production of that geographic township and the 
northerly production of the easterly boundary- of the 
Geographic Township of Bennett to the 3rd base line; 
thence westerly along that base line to the 5th meridian 
line; thence northerly along that meridian line to a line 
drawn west astronomically from the southwesterly 
comer of thq Geographic Township of Gmmmett in 
the Territorial District of Kenora; thence east 
astronomically to the southwesterly comer of the Geo- 
graphic Township of Gmmmett; thence easterly along 
the southerly boundary of the geographic townships of 
Gmmmett, Cathcart, McNevin and Corman to the 
place of beginning. O. Reg. 305/86, Sched. A. 

Mary Mogford 

Deputy Minister of 

Natural Resources 

Dated at Toronto, this 23rd day of May, 1986. 

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O. Reg. 306/86. 
Restricted Fire Zone. 
Made— May 23rd, 1986. 
Filed— May 23rd, 1986. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
FOREST FIRES PREVENTION ACT 

RESTRICTED FIRE ZONE 

I. The part of the Northeastern Fire Region 
described in Schedule A hereto is declared to be a 
Restricted Fire Zone from the 1st day of June to the 
31st day of October, both dates inclusive in the year, 
1986. O. Reg. 306/86, s. 1. 

Schedule A 

WAWA RESTRICTED FIRE ZONE 

In the geographic townships of Bailloquet, 
Chabanel, Lendrum and McMurray, now in the 
Township of Michipicoten and in the geographic 
townships of Abotossaway, Aguonie, Corbière, 
Cowie, Esquega, Leclaire, Menzies and Musquash, in 
the Territorial District of Algoma, described as fol- 
lows: 

Beginning at the intersection of the easterly limit of 
Mining Claim SSM 5278, in the geographic Township 
of McMurray, with the high water mark along the 
westerly shore of Wawa Lake; 

Thence in a northerly, easterly and southerly- direc- 
tion following the high water mark along the westerly, 
northerly and easterly shores of Wawa Lake to the 
most easterly point therein; 

Thence south astronomically to the northerly limit 
of the King's Highway known as number 101; 

Thence in a northeasterly direction following the 
said limit to the northerly hmit of a road now known as 
the Old Hawk Road being formerly part of the King's 
Highway known as number 101; 

Thence in a northeasterly direction following the 
said limit to the high water mark along the northerly 
shore of the waters connecting Bremmer Lake and 
Hawk Lake; 

Thence in a easterly direction following the said 
high water mark to the high water mark along the 
westerly shore at Hawk Lake; 

Thence in a northerly and northeasterly direction 
following the high water mark along the westerly and 
northwesterly shores of Hawk Lake to the high water 
mark along the westerly shore of McVeigh Creek; 

Thence in a northerly direction following the said 
high water mark to the westerly limit of the Algoma 
Central railway line; 



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Thence in a northerly direction following the said 
westerly limit to the high water mark along the south- 
erly shore of McVeigh Creek between Dipneedle Lake 
and Philip Lake; 

Thence westerly along the said high water mark to 
the high water mark along the easterly shore of Philip 
Lake; 

Thence southerly, westerly and northerly along the 
easterly, southerly and westerly shores of Philip Lake 
to the southerly limit of the Gaudreau-Magpie Road; 

Thence in a westerly direction following the said 
limit to the high water mark along the easterly shore of 
Magpie River; 

Thence in a southwesterly direction following the 
said high water mark to the upstream face of a dam 
distant 2.31 kilometres, more or less, measured north- 
erly from and perpendicularly to the south boundary of 
the geographic Township of Musquash; 

Thence southwesterly in a straight line 5.63 kilo- 
metres, more or less, to the intersection of the high 
water mark along the northerly shore at Catfish Lake 
with the high water mark along the easterly shore at 
Catfish Creek; 

Thence easterly, southerly and westerly along the 
high water mark along the northerly, easterly and 
southerly shores at Catfish Lake to the high water 
mark along the easterly shore at Catfish Creek; 

Thence southerly along the said high water mark to 
the high water mark along the northerly shore at Mag- 
pie River; 



Thence south astronomically to the high water mark 
along the southerly shore at Magpie River; 

Thence westerly and southerly along the said high 
water mark to the northerly limit of Mining Claim 
SSM 11089; 

Thence easterly along the northerly limit of mining 
claims SSM 11089, SSM 11090 and D.J. 94 to the 
northeasterly corner of Mining Claim D.J. 94; 

Thence southerly along the westerly limits of mining 
claims SSM 22582 and SSM 6028 to the northwesterly 
corner of Mining Claim SSM 5307; 

Thence easterly and southerly along the northerly 
and easterly limits of Mining Claim SSM 5307 to the 
southeasterly corner thereof; 

Thence easterly and northerly along the southerly 
and easterly limits of Mining Claim SSM 4949 to the 
northwesterly corner of Mining Claim SSM 7451; 

Thence easterly along the northerly limits of mining 
claims SSM 7451, SSM 8619 and SSM 5278 to the 
northeasterly corner of Mining Claim SSM 5278; 

Thence southerly along the easterly limit of Mining 
Claim SSM 5278 to the place of beginning. O. Reg. 
306/86, Sched. A. 

Mary Mogford 

Deputy Minister of 

Natural Resources 

Dated at Toronto, this 23rd day of May, 1986. 
(8816) 2.5 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 308/86 2525 



Publications Under The Regulations Act 



June 14th, 1986 



PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 307/86. 

Restricted Areas — District of 

Manitoulin, Geographic townships 
of Campbell, Dawson, Mills and 
Robinson. 

Made— May 21st, 1986. 

Filed— May 26th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 672/81 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLAxNNING ACT, 1983 

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

75. — (1) In this section, "cabin" means a building, 
without cooking facilities, that is accessory to a single- 
family dwelling and used only for purposes of sleeping 
accommodation. 

(2) Despite subsection 47 (1), a single-family dwel- 
ling and a cabin and buildings and structures accessor>' 
thereto may be erected and used on the land described 
in subsection (3) if the following requirements are met: 

Maximum lot coverage 15 per cent 

Minimum from yard 15 metres 

Minimum side yards 15 metres. 

Minimum rear vard 15 metres 



Maximum 
height 



building 



9 metres 



(3) Subsection (2) applies to that parcel of land in 
the geographic Township of Robinson in the Territori- 
al District of Manitoulin, being that part of Lot 16 in 
Concession VIII described as follows: 

Commencing at the southwest angle of the said 
Lot; 

Thence northerly along the west limit of the said 
Lot a distance of 132 feet to a jaoint which is the 
point of commencement; 

Thence continuing northerly along the west limit 
of the said Lot a distance of 3,268 feet to the 
northwest Umit of the said Lot; 



Thence easterly along the north limit of the said 
Lot a distance of 1,320 feet to the northeast angle 
of the said Lot; 

Thence southerly along the east limit of the said 
Lot a distance of 3,300 feet to the southeast angle 
of the said Lot; 

Thence westerly along the south limit of the said 
Lot a distance of 990 feet to a point, which point is 
also 330 feet easterly from the southwest angle of 
the said Lot; 

Thence northerly along a line drawn paraUel with 
the westerly limit of the said Lot a distance of 132 
feet to a point; 

Thence westerly along a line drawn parallel with 
the south limit of the said Lot a distance of 330 
feet to the point of commencement. 

Except that part expropriated by the Ministry of 
Transportation and Communications by Instru- 
ment T- 18225, registered at the Land Registry 
Office for the Registn,- Division of Manitoulin 
(No. 31) and described as Part 1 on Plan 31R-201 
(P-2293-23). O. Reg. 307/86, s. 1. 

Pauline Morris 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 21st day of May, 1986. 

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FOREST FIRES PREVENTION ACT 

O. Reg. 308/86. 
Restricted Fire Zone. 
Made— May 26th, 1986. 
Filed— May 26th, 1986. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
FOREST FIRES PREVENTION ACT 

RESTRICTED FIRE ZONE 

1. The Northwestern Fire Region described in 
Schedule A hereto is declared to be a Restricted Fire 
Zone from the 28th day of May to the 30th day of May, 
both inclusive, in the year 1986. O. Reg. 308/86, s. 1. 



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O. Reg. 309/86 



Schedule A 

In the territorial districts of Kenora, Kenora- 
Patricia Portion and Rainy River, described as 
follows: 

Beginning at the southeasterly corner of the Geo- 
graphic Township of Gorman in the Territorial Dis- 
trict of Kenora; thence northerly along the easterly 
boundary of the geographic townships of Gorman and 
Ghartrand and the northerly production of the easterly 
boundary of the Geographic Township of Ghartrand 
to the southwesterly corner of G.T.P. Block No. 6; 
thence easterly along the south boundary of that block 
to the southeasterly corner thereof; thence northerly 
along the easterly boundary of that block and the 
northerly production of the easterly boundary of that 
Block No. 6 to the base line run by Phillips and Ben- 
ner, Ontario Land Surveyors, in 1931; thence north- 
easterly in a straight line to the intersection of latitude 
50° 00' with the meridian line run by K.G. Ross, 
Ontario Land Surveyor, in 1921; thence easterly along 
latitude 50° 00' to longitude 90° 00'; thence northeriy 
along longitude 90° 00' to latitude 51° 00'; thence east- 
eriy along latitude 51° 00' to longitude 89° 00'; thence 
northerly along longitude 89° 00' to latitude 52° 30'; 
thence westeriy along latitude 52° 30' to the Interpro- 
vincial Boundary between Ontario and Manitoba; 
thence in southwesterly and southerly direction fol- 
lowing that boundary to the International Boundary 
between Ganada and the United States of America; 
thence in an easterly and southeasterly direction fol- 
lowing that boundary to longitude 92° 30'; thence 
northerly along that longitude to the high-water mark 
along the southerly bank of the Seine River; thence 
easterly along that high-water mark to the southerly 
boundary of Indian Reserve 2 3 A; thence easteriy and 
northerly along that boundary to the high-water mark 
along the southeriy bank of the Seine River; thence 
easterly along that high-water mark to the southeriy 
limit of the right of way of that part of the King's 
Highway known as No. 11; thence easteriy along that 
right of way to the southerly production of the easterly 
boundary of the Geographic Township of Bennett in 
the Territorial District of Rainy River; thence north- 
erly along that southerly production and the easterly 
boundary of that geographic township and the north- 
erly production of that geographic township and the 
northerly production of the easterly boundary of the 
Geographic Township of Bennett to the 3rd base line; 
thence westerly along that base line to the 5 th meridian 
line; thence northerly along that meridian line to a line 
drawn west astronomically from the southwesterly 
corner of the Geographic Township of Grummett in 
the Territorial District of Kenora; thence east 
astronomically to the southwesterly corner of the Geo- 
graphic Township of Grummett; thence easterly along 
the southerly boundary of the geographic townships of 
Grummett, Cathcart, McNevin and Gorman to the 
place of beginning. O. Reg. 308/86, Sched. A. 

Mary Mogford 

Deputy Minister of 

Natural Resources 

Dated at Toronto, this 26th day of May, 1986. 
(8818) 24 



FOREST FIRES PREVENTION ACT 

O. Reg. 309/86. 
Restricted Fire Zone. 
Made — May 26th, 1986. 
Filed— May 26th, 1986. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
FOREST FIRES PREVENTION ACT 

RESTRICTED FIRE ZONE 

1. The North Central Fire Region described in 
Schedule A hereto is declared to be a Restricted Fire 
Zone from the 28th day of May to the 30th day of May, 
both inclusive, in the year 1986. O. Reg. 309/86, s. 1. 

Schedule A 

NORTH CENTRAL FIRE REGION 

In the territorial districts of Algoma, Cochrane, 
Kenora, Rainy River and Thunder Bay described as 
follows: 

Beginning at the southeast corner of the geographic 
Township of Gorman being a point on the east bound- 
ary of the Territorial District of Kenora; thence north- 
erly along that boundary to the southwest corner of 
G.T.P. Block No. 6; thence easteriy along the south 
boundary of that block to the southeast corner thereof; 
thence northerly along the east boundary of that block 
and the northerly production of that east boundary to 
the base line run by Phillips and Benner, Ontario Land 
Surveyors, in 1931; thence northeasterly in a straight 
line to the point of intersection of the parallel of 
latitude 50° 00' with the meridian line run by K.G. 
Ross, Ontario Land Surveyor, in 1921; thence easterly 
along the parallel of latitude 50° 00' to the line of lon- 
gitude 90° 00'; thence northerly along the line of lon- 
gitude 90° 00' to the parallel of latitude 51° 00'; thence 
easterly along the parallel of latitude 5 1° 00' to the line 
of longitude 89° 00'; thence northerly along the line of 
longitude 89° 00' to the southerly boundary of Wun- 
numin Lake Indian Reserve Number 86; thence east- 
erly along that southerly boundary to the easterly 
boundary of that Indian Reserve; thence northerly 
along that easterly boundary to the northeriy boundary 
of that Indian Reserve; thence westerly along that 
northerly boundary to the line of longitude 89° 00'; 
thence northerly along that Une of longitude to the 
parallel of latitude 54° 00'; thence easterly along the 
parallel of latitude 54° 00' to the intersection with a 
line drawn in a course of north astronomic from the 
northwest corner of the geographic Township of 
Bicknell, in the Territorial District of Cochrane; 
thence south astronomically along that line to the 
northwest corner of the geographic Township of 
Bicknell; thence easterly along the north boundary^ of 
the last mentioned geographic township to the north- 
east corner thereof; thence southerly along the east 
boundary of the geographic townships of Bicknell, 
Boyce and Clavet to the northerly boundary of the 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 310/86 2527 



geographic Township of Downer; thence easterly 
along the north boundar>- of the last mentioned geo- 
graphic township to the northeast comer thereof; 
thence southerly along the east boundar>- of the geo- 
graphic townships of Downer, Frances and Flanders 
to the southeast comer of the last mentioned geo- 
graphic township; thence westerly along the south 
boundary of the last mentioned geographic township 
to the southwest comer thereof; thence southerly along 
the west boundary of the geographic townships of 
Foch and Drew to the northeast corner of the geo- 
graphic Township of Spooner; thence westerly along 
the north boundan.- of the geographic Township of 
Spooner to the northwest comer thereof; thence south- 
erly along the west boundary of the geographic 
Township of Spooner to the southwest comer thereof; 
thence southerly in a straight line to the northeast 
corner of the geographic Township of McGill; thence 
westerly along the north boundar\- of the last men- 
tioned geographic township to the northwest comer 
thereof; thence southerly along the west boundar>- of 
the last, mentioned geographic township to the south- 
westerly comer thereof; thence west astronomically 
to the intersection with a line drawn in a course of 
north astronomic from the northwest comer of the 
geographic Township of Laberge; thence south 
astronomically along that line to the northwest corner 
of the geographic Township of Laberge; thence south- 
erly along the west boundar>- of the last mentioned 
geographic township to the northerly limit of the right 
of way of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company; 
thence westerly along the said northerly limit to the 
intersection with the east boundar\- of the geographic 
Township of Lecours; thence southerly along the said 
east boundary- and its southerly production to the 
intersection with a line drawn on a course of east 
astronomic from southeast comer of the geographic 
Township of Pic; thence west astronomically along 
that line and continuing westerly along the south 
boundary- of the said geographic Township of Pic to 
the intersection with the westerly boundary- of 
Pukaskwa National Park; thence north 0° 38' 10" east 
along the said park boundary- 780.468 metres; thence 
north 86° 31' 40" west along the said park boundary 
^ >23.993 metres; thence north 2° 25' 50" east along the 
jaid park boundary 1014.761 metres; thence south 50° 
26' 20" west along the said park boundary- 129.174 
metres; thence south 56° 08' 20" west along the said 
park boundary- 266.282 metres; thence south 18° 25' 
00" west along the said park boundary- 486.571 metres; 
thence south 26° 00' 10" west along the said park 
boundary 200.863 metres; thence south 47° 18' 20^' 
west along the said park boundary 306.376 metres; 
thence north 71° 56' 30" west along the said park 
boundary- 183.596 metres; thence south 70° 34' 40" 
west along the said park boundary 329.245 metres, 
more or less, to the water's edge of Lake Superior; 
thence south 68° 00' west 9.656 kilometres; thence 
south 12° 00' east 25.750 kilometres; thence south 30° 
00' west 82.077 kilometres, more or less, to the Inter- 
national Boundary between Canada and the United 
States of America; thence in a northwesterly, south- 
westerly and westerly direction following that Inter- 
national Boundary to the line of longitude 92° 30'; 
thence northerly along that line of longitude to the 



water's edge along the southerly shore of Seine River; 
thence in an easterly direction along that water's edge 
to the south boundary of Indian Reserve Number 2 3 A; 
thence easterly along the south boundary- of Indian 
Reserve Number Z3A to the southeast comer thereof; 
thence northerly along the east boundary of Indian 
Reserve Number 23A to the water's edge along the 
southerly shore of Seine River; thence in an easterly- 
direction along that water's edge to the southerly limit 
of the right of way of the King's Highway known as 
Number 11; thence easterly along that limit to the 
intersection with the southerly production of the east 
boundary of the geographic Township of Bennett; 
thence northerly along that southerly production and 
the east boundary- of that township and the northerly 
production of that east boundary- to the boundary 
between the territorial districts of Kenora and Rainy 
River; thence westerly along that boundary- to the 5th 
Meridian Line as surveyed by A. Niven, Ontario Land 
Surveyor in 1897; thence northerly along that meridian 
Une to the intersection with a line drawn on a course 
of west astronomic from the southwest comer of the 
geographic Township of Gmmmett; thence east 
astronomically along that Une to the southwest comer 
of the geographic Township of Grummett; thence east- 
erly along the south boundary- of the geographic 
townships of Gmmmett, Cathcart, McNevnn and 
Corman to the place of beginning. O. Reg. 309/86, 
Sched. A. 

Mary Mogford 

Deputy Minister of 

Natural Resources 

Dated at Toronto, this 26th day of May, 1986. 

(8819) 24 



FOREST FIRES PREVENTION ACT 



O. Reg. 310/86. 
Restricted Fire Zone. 
Made— May 26th, 1986. 
Filed—May 26th, 1986. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
FOREST FIRES PREVENTION ACT 

RESTRICTED FIRE ZONE 

1. The Northern Fire Region described in Schedule 
A hereto is declared to be a Restricted Fire Zone from 
the 26th day of May to the 30th day of May, both 
inclusive, in the yeju- 1986. O. Reg. 310/86, s. 1. 

Schedule A 

NORTHERN FIRE REGION 

In the territorial districts of Algoma, Cochrane, 
Kenora Patricia Portion, Sudbury- and Timiskaming 
described as follows: 



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Beginning at the southwest corner of the geographic 
Township of Drew, in the Territorial District of Algo- 
ma; thence easterly along the south boundary of the 
geographic townships of Drew and Cholette to the 
northwest corner of the geographic Township of 
Bayfield; thence southerly along the west boundary of 
the geographic Township of Bayfield to the southwest 
corner thereof; thence easterly along the south bound- 
ary of the last mentioned township to the northwest 
corner of the geographic Township of Gourlay; thence 
southerly along the west boundary of that township to 
the southwest corner thereof; thence easterly along the 
south boundary of the geographic townships of Gour- 
lay, Breckenridge, Lizar, Ermine, Irving and Marjorie 
to the west boundary of the geographic Township of 
Hook; thence southerly along the west boundary of the 
last mentioned township to the southwest corner 
thereof; thence easterly along the south boundary of 
the geographic townships of Hook and Hayward to 
the west boundary of the geographic Township of 
Coderre; thence southerly along the west boundary 
of the geographic townships of Coderre and Lerwick 
to the northeast corner of the geographic Township 
of Kildare; thence westerly along the north boundary 
of that township to the northwest corner thereof; 
thence southerly along the west boundary of that 
township to a limit of the Missinaibi Provincial Park 
measured south 57° 00' west from a point distant 
13100 metres measured south 77° 30' west from a point 
distant 1650 metres measured west astronomic from a 
point on the east boundary of the geographic 
Township of Kildare distant 6500 metres measured 
northerly thereon from the southeast corner thereof; 
thence south 57° 00' west along that limit of Missinaibi 
Provincial Park to the north boundary of the geo- 
graphic Township of Baltic; thence westerly along the 
north boundary of the geographic townships of Baltic 
and Leeson to the northwest corner of the last men- 
tioned township; thence southerly along the west 
boundary of the geographic townships of Leeson, 
Brackin and Lang to the southwest corner of the last 
mentioned township; thence westerly along the north 
boundary of the geographic Township of Bader to the 
northwest corner thereof; thence southerly along the 
west boundary of the geographic townships of Bader, 
Hornell and D'Avaugour to the southwest corner of 
the last mentioned township; thence easterly along the 
south boundary of that township to the northwest 
corner of the geographic Township of Cosens; thence 
southerly along the west boundary of the geographic 
townships of Cosens, Topham, Windego, Beilhartz, 
Engstrom, Hammond, and Moen to the southwest 
corner of the last mentioned township; thence easterly 
along the south boundary of the geographic townships 
of Moen, Moggy and Neill to the southeast corner of 
the last mentioned township; thence northerly along 
the east boundary of that township to the southwest 
corner of the geographic Township of Patenaude; 
thence easterly along the south boundary of that 
township to the southeast corner thereof; thence south- 
erly along the west boundary of the geographic 
Township of Carruthers to the southwest corner there- 
of; thence easterly along the south boundary of the 
geographic townships of Carruthers, Cassidy, Deans, 
Drey, Dukszta, and Eaton to the southeast corner of 



the last mentioned township; thence southerly along 
the west boundary of the geographic townships of 
Guindon and McKeough to the southwest corner of the 
last mentioned township; thence easterly along the 
south boundary of the geographic townships of 
McKeough, Fulton, Gladwin, Ivy, Earl, Specht, 
Breadner, Battersby, Dublin, Onaping, Scotia, 
Frechette, McNamara and Cotton to the southeast 
corner of the last mentioned township; thence north- 
erly along the east boundary of the geographic 
townships of Cotton, Valin and Stull to the south 
boundary of the geographic Township of Dufferin; 
thence easterly along the south boundary of the geo- 
graphic townships of Dufferin and Leckie to the south- 
east corner of the last mentioned township; thence 
northerly along the east boundary of that township to 
the northeast corner thereof; thence westerly along the 
north boundary of that township to the southeast 
corner of the geographic Township of Ray; thence 
northerly along the east boundary of that township to 
the southwest corner of the geographic Township of 
Charters; thence easterly along the south boundary of 
the geographic townships of Charters and Corkill to 
the southeast corner of the last mentioned township; 
thence northerly along the east boundary of that 
township to the southwest corner of the geographic 
Township of Roadhouse; thence easterly along the 
south boundary of the geographic townships of 
Roadhouse, Willet, Barber, Cane and Henwood to the 
southwest corner of the Township of Kerns; thence 
easterly along the south boundary of the townships of 
Kerns, Harley and Casey to the Interprovincial Boun- 
dary between Ontario and Quebec; thence in a north- 
erly direction along that Interprovincial Boundar\' to 
the shore of James Bay; thence southwesterly, north- 
westerly, northerly and northwesterly following the 
shore of James Bay and Hudson Bay to the Interpro- 
vincial Boundary between Ontario and Manitoba; 
thence in a southwesterly direction along that Inter- 
provincial Boundary to the intersection with the west- 
erly production of a line joining the intersection of the 
line of longitude 91° 30' and the parallel of latitude 55° 
00' with the intersection of the line of longitude 89° 00' 
and the parallel of latitude 54° 00'; thence southeast- 
erly along that production and that line to the inter- 
section with the line of longitude 89° 00' and the 
parallel of latitude 54° 00'; thence easterly along the 
parallel latitude 54° 00' to the intersection with a line 
drawn on a course of north astronomic from the 
northwest corner of the geographic Township of 
Bicknell; thence south astronomically along that line to 
the northwest corner of the geographic Township of 
Bicknell; thence easterly along the north boundary of 
that township to the northwest corner of the geo- 
graphic Township of Burrell; thence southerly along 
the west boundary of the geographic townships of Bur- 
rell, Shuel and Kohler to the southwest corner of the 
last mentioned township; thence easterly along the 
south boundary of that township to the northwest 
corner of the geographic Township of Mercer; thence 
southerly along the west boundary of the geographic 
townships of Mercer, Hiawatha and Nagagami to the 
southwest corner of the last mentioned township; 
thence westerly along the north boundary of the geo- 
graphic Township of Foch to the northwest corner 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 311/86 2529 



thereof; thence southerly along the west boundar>- ot 
the geographic townships of Foch and Drew to the 
place of beginning. O. Reg. 310/86, Sched. A. 

Mary Mogford 

Deputy Minister of 

Natural Resources 

Dated at Toronto, this 26th day of May, 1986. 

(8820) 24 



FOREST FIRES PREVENTION ACT 

O. Reg. 311/86. 
Restricted Fire Zone. 
Made— May 26th, 1986. 
Filed— May 26th, 1986. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
FOREST FIRES PREVENTION ACT 

RESTRICTED FIRE ZONE 

1. The Northeastern Fire Region described in 
Schedule A hereto is declared to be a Restricted Fire 
Zone from the 26th day of May to the 30th day of May, 
both inclusive, in the year 1 986. O. Reg. 3 1 1/86, s. 1 . 

Schedule A 

NORTHEASTERN FIRE REGION 

In the territorial districts of Algoma, Manitoulin, 
Nipissing, Parr>- Sound, Sudbur\, Thunder Bay and 
Timiskaming described as follows: 

Beginning at the northeast comer of the geographic 
Township of Mildred, in the Territorial District of 
Algoma; thence southerly along the east boundarj- of 
that township to the southeast comer thereof; thence 
easterly along the north boundar>- of the geographic 
townships of Nebotik and Conking to the northeast 
comer of the last mentioned township; thence south- 
erly along the east boundar>- of that township to the 
southeast comer thereof; thence westerly along the 
south boundar>- of the geographic Township of Conk- 
ing to the northeast corner of the geographic Township 
of Abigo; thence southerly along the east boundar>- of 
the last mentioned township to a limit of the Missinaibi 
Pro\-incial Park measured south 57° 00' west from a 
point distant 13100 metres measured south 77° 30' 
west from a point distant 1650 metres measured west 
astronomic from a point on the east boundar\- of the 
geographic Township of Kildare distant 6500 metres 
measured northerly thereon from the southeast comer 
thereof; thence south 57° 00' west along that limit of 
Missinaibi Provincial Park to the south boundar>- of 
the geographic Township of Abigo; thence westerly 
along the south boundar>- of the geographic townships 
of Abigo, Amik and Winget to the northeast comer of 

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the geographic Township of Rennie; thence southerly 
along the east boundary- of the geographic townships of 
Rennie, Stover and Marsh to the southeast comer of 
the last mentioned township; thence westerly along the 
south boundary- of that township to the southwest 
comer thereof; thence southerly along the east bound- 
ary- of the geographic townships of Echum, Laforme, 
and Nadjiwon to the southeast comer of the last men- 
tioned township; thence easterly along the north boun- 
dary- of the geographic Township of Recollect to the 
northeast corner thereof; thence southerly along the 
east boundary of the geographic townships of Recol- 
lect, Shawkence, Wawia, Behmann, Emiry, Hallett 
and McParland to the northwest corner of the geo- 
graphic Township of Schembri; thence easterly- along 
the north boundary- of the geographic townships of 
Schembri, Scriven and Sherratt to the northeast corner 
of the last mentioned township; thence northerly along 
the west boundary- of the geographic Township of 
Carton to the northwest corner thereof; thence easterly 
along the north boundary- of that township to the 
northeast comer thereof; thence southerly along the 
east boundary of the geographic Township of Carton 
to the northwest comer of the geographic Township of 
Ferrier; thence easterly along the north boundary- of 
the geographic townships of Ferrier, Foulds, Gaunt, 
Gilbertson, Gisbom and Grossman to the northeast 
comer of the last mentioned township; thence south- 
erly along the east boundary of the geographic 
townships of Grossman and Leluk to the southeast 
comer of the last mentioned township; thence easterly 
along the north boundary of the geographic townships 
of Parrott, Comox, Ethel, Durban, Jasper, Alton, 
Lafleche, Athlone, Muldrew, Fairbaim, Dunbar, 
Sweeny, Beaumont and Beresford to the northeast 
comer of the last mentioned township; thence north- 
erly along the west boundary- of the geographic 
townships of Howey, Haentschel and McLeod to the 
northwest comer of the last mentioned township; 
thence easterly along the north boundary- of the geo- 
graphic townships of McLeod and Ellis to the south- 
west comer of the geographic Township of Corley; 
thence northerly along the west boundary- of that 
township to the northwest comer thereof; thence west- 
erly along the south boundary of the geographic 
Township of Donovan to the southwest comer thereof; 
thence northerly along the west boundary- of that 
township to the northwest comer thereof; thence east- 
erly along the north boundary- of the geographic 
townships of Donovan and Brewster to the northeast 
comer of the last mentioned geographic township; 
thence northerly along the west boundary- of the geo- 
graphic Township of Wallis to the northwest corner 
thereof; thence easterly along the north boundary- of 
the geographic townships of Wallis, Banks, Speight, 
Auld, and Lundy to the northwest comer of the 
Township of Hudson; thence easterly along the north 
boundary of the townships of Hudson, Dymond and 
Harris to the Interprovincial Boundary- between 
Ontario and Quebec; thence in a southerly and south- 
easterly- direction following that Interprovincial Boun- 
dary- to the northeasterly corner of the Improvement 
District of Cameron; thence southerly along the 
easterly- boundary- of the Improvement District of 
Cameron to the northeasterly corner of the geographic 



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Township of Deacon; thence westerly along the north- 
erly boundary of the geographic Township of Deacon 
to a point thereon distant 2048.518 metres 
measured south 20° 48' 25" east from a point distant 
5427.680 metres measured north 69° 08' 20" east from 
a point in the easterly boundary of the geographic 
Township of Boyd distant 4084.354 metres measured 
northerly thereon from the southeasterly corner there- 
of; thence north 20° 48' 25" west 2048.518 metres; 
thence south 69° 08' 20" west 5427.680 metres to a 
point in the easterly boundary of the geographic 
Township of Boyd distant 4084.354 metres measured 
northerly thereon from the southeasterly corner there- 
of; thence northerly along the easterly boundary of the 
geographic Township of Boyd to the intersection with 
the centre line of the allowance for road between 
former concessions X and XI in the said township; 
thence south 69° 06' west 6095.994 metres; thence 
south 65° 16' west 1214.874 metres; thence south 65° 
26' 30" west 259.147 metres; thence north 11° 01' 30" 
west 2122.705 metres; thence south 69° 07' 00" west 
4161.748 metres; thence south 22° 01' 30" east 
2216.217 metres; thence south 68° 46' west 411.811 
metres; thence south 69° 08' west 417.846 metres; 
thence south 68° 57' west 401.753 metres; thence south 
68° 29' west 401.753 metres; thence south 68° 38' west 
813.564 metres to the easterly boundary of the geo- 
graphic Township of Pentland; thence northerly along 
the easterly boundary of that township to the north- 
easterly corner thereof; thence westerly along the 
southerly boundary of the geographic Township of 
Lauder to the survey monument opposite the line 
between former lots 12 and 13, Concession I, in the 
said township; thence north 20° 51' 40" west 2172 
metres; thence south 69° 08' 50" west 3850. 126 metres; 
thence south 20° 49' 40" east 2172.833 metres to the 
southerly boundary of the geographic Township of 
Lauder; thence westerly along that southerly boundary 
of that township to the southwesterly corner thereof; 
thence southerly along the easterly boundary of the 
geographic Township of Boulter to the southeasterly 
corner thereof; thence westerly along the southerly 
boundary of that township to the southwesterly corner 
thereof; thence continuing westerly along the northerly 
boundary of the geographic townships of Ballantyne 
and Laurier to the northwesterly corner of the last 
mentioned township; thence continuing westerly along 
the northerly boundary of the Township of Machar to 
the northwesterly corner thereof; thence westerly along 
the southerly boundary of the geographic townships of 
Pringle and East Mills to the southwesterly corner of 
the last mentioned township; thence northerly along 
the westerly boundary of the geographic townships of 
East Mills and Hardy to the water's edge along the 
southerly shore of the Memesagamesing River; thence 
in a general northwesterly direction following that 
water's edge to the intersection with the water's edge 
along the southerly shore of the French River Main 
Channel; thence north astronomically to the intersec- 
tion with the boundary between the territorial districts 
of Parry Sound and Sudbur>-; thence in a general west- 
erly and southwesterly direction following that bound- 
ary to the intersection with the westerly limit of the 
right of way of the Canadian National railway line; 
thence in a southeasterly direction following that limit 



to Key Junction; thence southerly along the westerly 
limit of an abandoned right of way of the Canadian 
National railway line to the intersection with a line 
drawn east astronomic from the point on the water's 
edge at the most northerly extremity of Pine Island in 
Key Harbour; thence west astronomically 0.520 kilo- 
metres, more or less, to a point distant 0.060 kilo- 
metres measured westerly from the high water mark of 
the mainland immediately east of Pine Island; thence 
south astronomically 0.380 kilometres; thence south 
72° 00' west 0.350 kilometres; thence north 83° 00' 
west 1.750 kilometres; thence south 85° 30' west 1.200 
kilometres; thence south 43° 00' west 2.030 kilometres; 
thence north 88° 00' west 2.480 kilometres, thence 
southwesterly in a straight line to the southeast corner 
of the Territorial District of Manitoulin being distant 
64.374 kilometres measured south astronomic from the 
southeast corner of the geographic Township of Hum- 
boldt; thence west astronomically along the south 
boundary of the last mentioned territorial district to 
the International Boundary between Canada and the 
United States of America; thence in a general north- 
westerly direction following that International Bound- 
ary to the intersection with a line drawn south 30° 00' 
west from a point distant 25.750 kilometres measured 
south 22° 00' east from a point distant 9.656 kilometres 
measured south 68° 00' west from the intersection of 
the westerly boundary of Pukaskwa National Park with 
the water's edge of Lake Superior; thence north 30° 00' 
east 82.077 kilometres; thence north 22° 00' west 
25.750 kilometres; thence north 68° 00' east 9.656 
kilometres, more or less, to the intersection of the 
westerly boundary of Pukaskwa National Park with 
the water's edge of Lake Superior; thence north 70° 34' 
40" east along that park boundary 329.245 metres; 
thence south 71° 56' 30" east along that park boundary 
183.596 metres; thence north 47° 18' 20" east along 
that park boundary 306.376 metres; thence north 26° 
00' 10" east along that park boundary 200.863 metres; 
thence north 18° 25' 00" east along that said park 
boundary 486.571 metres; thence north 56° 08' 20" east 
along that park boundary 266.282 metres; thence 
north 50° 26' 20" east along that park boundary 
129. 174 metres; thence south 2° 25' 50" west along that 
park boundary 1014.761 metres; thence south 86° 31' 
40" east along that park boundary 2323.993 metres; ( 
thence south 0° 38' 10" west along that park boundary 
780.468 metres to the south boundary of the geo- 
graphic Township of Pic; thence easterly along that 
south boundary and its easterly production to the 
intersection with the southerly production of the east 
boundary of the geographic Township of Lecours; 
thence northerly along that southerly production and 
the east boundary of the geographic Township of 
Lecours to the northerly limit of the right of way of the 
Canadian Pacific railway line; thence easterly along 
that northerly limit to the west boundary of the geo- 
graphic Township of Laberge; thence northerly along 
that west boundary to the northwest corner of the geo- 
graphic Township of Laberge; thence northerly along 
the northerly production of the west boundary' of that 
township to the intersection with the westerly produc- 
tion of the south boundary of the geographic Township 
of McGill; thence easterly along that westerly produc- 
tion to the southwest corner of the geographic 



860 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 313/86 2531 



Township of McGill; thence northerly along the west 
boundarj' of that township to the northwest corner 
thereof; thence easterly along the north boundary- of 
that township to the northeast comer thereof; thence 
northerly in a straight line to the southwest comer of 
the geographic Township of Spooner; thence northerly 
along the west boundar>- of that township to the 
northwest comer thereof; thence easterly along the 
north boundar>- of the geographic Township of 
Spooner to the west boundar>- of the geographic 
Township of Drew; thence southerly along that west 
boundarj- to the northwest corner of the geographic 
Township of Welsh; thence easterly along the north 
boundar>' of the geographic townships of Welsh and 
Matthews to the northeast comer of the last mentioned 
township; thence southerly along the east boundar>- of 
the geographic Township of Matthews to the north 
boundar>- of the geographic Township of Hambleton; 
thence easterly along that north boundary to the 
northeast corner of the geographic Township of 
Hambleton; thence southerly £ilong the east boundar>- 
of that township to the northwest comer of the geo- 
graphic Township of Strickland; thence easterly along 
the north boundar>- of the geographic townships of 
Strickland, Nameigos, Mosambik, Carney, Martin 
and Mildred to the place of beginning. O. Reg. 
311/86, Sched. A. 

Mary Mogford 

Deputy Minister 

of Natural Resources 

Dated at Toronto, this 26th day of May, 1986. 



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24 



PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 312/86. 

Restricted .\reas — County of Simcoe, 

Township of Nottawasaga. 
Made— May 26th, 1986. 
Filed— May 27th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 675 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1970 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

1. Regulation 675 of Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1970 is amended by adding 
thereto the following section: 

229. — (1) A seasonal dwelling and buildings and 
structures accessor>- thereto may be erected and used 
on the land described in subsection (2) if the following 
requirements are met; 



Minimum front yard 
Minimum side yards 



Maximum height of sea- 
sonal dwelling 

Minimum ground floor 
area of seasonal dwel- 
ling 



7.6 metres 

3 metres on one side 

and 
1.2 metres on the other 

side 



9.1 metres 



one storey — 93 square 

metres 

one and one-half storeys 

or more — 69.8 square 

metres 



(2) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land in 
the Township of Nottawasaga in the County of Sim- 
coe, being that part of Lot 37 in Concession V desig- 
nated as Part 23 on a Plan deposited in the Land 
Registr>- Office for the Registry Di\ision of Simcoe 
(No. 51) as Number 51R-447. O. Reg. 312/86, s. 1. 

L. J. FiXCHAM 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

Central and Southwest 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 26th day of May, 1986. 



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24 



PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 313/86. 

Restricted Areas — County of Simcoe, 

Township of Nottawasaga. 
Made— May 26th, 1986. 
Filed— May 27th, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 675 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1970 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

1. Regulation 675 of Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1970 is amended by adding 
thereto the following section: 

230. — (1) The single-family dwelling and farm 
buildings and other buildings and structures accessory 
thereto existing on the land described in subsection (2) 
on the 20th day of Februar>-, 1986 may continue to be 
used. 



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O. Reg. 314/86 



(2) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land in 
the Township of Nottawasaga in the County of Sim- 
coe, being that part of Lot 7 in Concession IV 
described as Part 2 on a Plan deposited in the Land 
Registry Office for the Registry Division of Simcoe 
(No. 5l)asNumber5lR-11051. O. Reg. 313/86, s. 1. 

L. J. FiNCHAM 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

Central and Southwest 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 26th day of May, 1986. 



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24 



FOREST FIRES PREVENTION ACT 

O. Reg. 314/86. 
Restricted Fire Zone. 
Made— May 28th, 1986. 
Filed— May 28th, 1986. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
FOREST FIRES PREVENTION ACT 

RESTRICTED FIRE ZONE 

1. The North Central Fire Region described in 
Schedule A hereto is declared to be a Restricted Fire 
Zone from the 31st day of May to the 3rd day of June, 
both inclusive in the year, 1986. O. Reg. 314/86, s. 1. 

Schedule A 

NORTH CENTRAL FIRE REGION 

In the territorial districts of Algoma, Cochrane, 
Kenora, Rainy River and Thunder Bay described as 
follows: 

Beginning at the southeast corner of the geographic 
Township of Corman being a point on the east bound- 
ary of the Territorial District of Kenora; thence north- 
erly along that boundary to the southwest corner of 
G.T.P. Block No. 6; thence easterly along the south 
boundary of that block to the southeast corner thereof; 
thence northerly along the east boundary of that block 
and the northerly production of that east boundary to 
the base line run by Phillips and Benner, Ontario Land 
Surveyors, in 1931; thence northeasterly in a straight 
line t£) the point of intersection of the parallel of 
latitude 50° 00' with the meridian line run by K.G. 
Ross, Ontario Land Surveyor, in 1921; thence easterly 
along the parallel of latitude 50° 00' to the line of lon- 
gitude 90° 00'; thence northerly along the line of lon- 
gitude 90° 00' to the parallel of latitude 5 1° 00'; thence 
easterly along the parallel of latitude 5 1° 00' to the line 
of longitude 89° 00'; thence northerly along the line of 
longitude 89° 00' to the southerly boundary of Wun- 
numin Lake Indian Reserve Number 86; thence east- 



erly along that southerly boundary to the easterly 
boundary of that Indian Reserve; thence northerly 
along that easterly boundary to the northerly boundary 
of that Indian Reserve; thence westerly along that 
northerly boundary to the line of longitude 89° 00'; 
thence northerly along that line of longitude to the 
parallel of latitude 54° 00'; thence easterly along the 
parallel of latitude 54° 00' to the intersection with a 
line drawn in a course of north astronomic from the 
northwest corner of the geographic Township of 
Bicknell, in the Territorial District of Cochrane; 
thence south astronomically along that line to the 
northwest corner of the geographic Township of 
Bicknell; thence easterly along the north boundary of 
the last mentioned geographic township to the north- 
east corner thereof; thence southerly along the east 
boundary of the geographic townships of Bicknell, 
Boyce and Clavet to the northerly boundary of the 
geographic Township of Downer; thence easterly 
along the north boundary of the last mentioned geo- 
graphic township to the northeast corner thereof; 
thence southerly along the east boundary of the geo- 
graphic townships of Downer, Frances and Flanders 
to the southeast corner of the last mentioned geo- 
graphic township; thence westerly along the south 
boundary of the last mentioned geographic township 
to the southwest corner thereof; thence southerly along 
the west boundary of the geographic townships of 
Foch and Drew to the northeast corner of the geo- 
graphic Township of Spooner; thence westerly along 
the north boundary of the geographic Township of 
Spooner to the northwest cornier thereof; thence south- 
erly along the west boundary of the geographic 
Township of Spooner to the southwest corner thereof; 
thence southerly in a straight line to the northeast 
corner of the geographic Township of McGill; thence 
westerly along the north boundary of the last men- 
tioned geographic township to the northwest corner 
thereof; thence southerly along the west boundary of 
the last mentioned geographic township to the south- 
westerly corner thereof; thence west astronomically 
to the intersection with a line drawn in a course of 
north astronomic from the northwest corner of the 
geographic Township of Laberge; thence south astro- 
nomically along that line to the northwest corner of the 
geographic Township of Laberge; thence southerly 
along the west boundary of the last mentioned geo- 
graphic township to the northerly limit of the right of 
way of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company; 
thence westerly along the said northerly limit to the 
intersection with the east boundary of the geographic 
Township of Lecours; thence southerly along the said 
east boundary and its southerly production to the 
intersection with a line drawn on a course of east 
astronomic from southeast corner of the geographic 
Township of Pic; thence west astronomically along 
that line and continuing westerly along the south 
boundary of the said geographic Township of Pic to 
the intersection with the westerly boundary of 
Pukaskwa National Park; thence north 0° 38' 10" east 
along the said park boundary 780.468 metres; thence )■ 
north 86° 3 1 ' 40" west along the said park boundary ■ 
2323.993 metres; thence north 2° 25' 50" east along the Ji 
said park boundary 1014.761 metres; thence south 50° | 
26' 20" west along the said park boundary 129. 174 j< 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 315/86 2533 



metres; thence south 56° 08' 20" west along the said 
park boundary- 266.282 metres; thence south 18° 25' 
00" west £dong the said park boundary- 486.571 metres; 
thence south 26° 00' 10" west along the said park 
boundary- 200.863 metres; thence south 47° 18' 20" 
west along the said park boundary 306.376 metres; 
thence north 71° 56' 30" west along the said park 
boundary- 183.596 metres; thence south 70° 34' 40" 
west along the said park boundary- 329.245 metres, 
more or less, to the water's edge of Lake Superior; 
thence south 68° 00' west 9.656 kilometres; thence 
south 11° 00' east 25.750 kilometres; thence south 30° 
00' west 82.077 kilometres, more or less, to the Inter- 
national Boundary- between Canada and the United 
States of America; thence in a northwesterly, south- 
westerly and westerly direction following that Inter- 
national Boundary- to the line of longitude 92° 30'; 
thence northerly along that line of longitude to the 
water's edge along the southerly shore of Seine River; 
thence in an easterly direction along that waters edge 
to the south boundary of Indian Reserve Number 2 3 A; 
thence easterly along the south boundary- of Indian 
Reserve Number 23 A to the southeast comer thereof; 
thence northerly along the east boundary of Indian 
Reserve Number 23 A to the water's edge along the 
southerly shore of Seine River; thence in an easterly 
direction along that water's edge to the southerly limit 
of the right of way of the King's Highway known as 
Number 11; thence easterly along that limit to the 
intersection with the southerly production of the east 
boundary of the geographic Township of Bennett; 
thence northerly along that southerly production and 
the east boundary- of that township and the northerly 
production of that east boundary to the boundary- 
between the territorial districts of Kenora and Rainy 
River; thence westerly along that boundary to the 5th 
Meridian Line as surveyed by A. Niven, Ontario Land 
Surveyor in 1897; thence northerly along that meridian 
line to the intersection with a line drawn on a course 
of west astronomic from the southwest comer of the 
geographic Township of Grummett; thence east astro- 
nomically along that line to the southwest corner of the 
geographic Township of Grummett; thence easterly 
along the south boundary- of the geographic townships 
of Gmmmett, Cathcart, McNevin and Gorman to the 
place of beginning. O. Reg. 314/86, Sched. A. 

Mary Mogford 

Deputy Minister of 

Natural Resources 

Dated at Toronto, this 28th day of May, 1986. 



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24 



FOREST FIRES PREVENTION ACT 

O. Reg. 315/86. 
Restricted Fire Zone. 
Made — May 28th, 1986. 
Filed— May 28th, 1986. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
FOREST FIRES PREVENTION ACT 

RESTRICTED FIRE ZONE 

1. The Northwestern Fire Region described in 
Schedule A hereto is declared to be a Restricted Fire 
Zone from the 31st day of May to the 3rd day of June, 
both inclusive in the year, 1986. O. Reg. 315/86, s. 1. 

Schedule A 

In the territorial districts of Kenora, Kenora-Pat- 
ricia Portion and Rainy River, described as follows: 

Beginning at the southeasterly comer of the Geo- 
graphic Township of Corman in the Territorial Dis- 
trict of Kenora; thence northerly along the easterly 
boundary of the geographic townships of Corman and 
Chartrand and the northerly- production of the easterly 
boundary of the Geographic Township of Chartrand 
to the southwesterly corner of G.T.P. Block No. 6; 
thence easterly along the south boundary of that block 
to the southeasterly comer thereof; thence northerly 
along the easterly boundary of that block and the 
northerly production of the easterly boundary of that 
Block No. 6 to the base line run by Phillips and Ben- 
ner, Ontario Land Surveyors, in 1931; thence north- 
easterly in a straight line to the intersection of latitude 
50° 00' with the meridian line run by K.G. Ross, 
Ontario Land Surveyor, in 1921; thence easterly along 
latitude 50° 00' to longitude 90° 00'; thence northerly 
along longitude 90° 00' to latitude 51° 00'; thence east- 
erly along latitude 51° 00' to longitude 89° 00'; thence 
northerly along longitude 89° 00' to latitude 52° 30'; 
thence westerly along latitude 52° 30' to the Interpro- 
vincial Boundary between Ontario and Manitoba; 
thence in southwesterly and southerly direction fol- 
lowing that boundary to the International Boundary 
between Canada and the United States of America; 
thence in an easterly and southeasterly direction fol- 
lowing that boundary- to longitude 92° 30'; thence 
northerly along that longitude to the high-water mark 
along the southerly bank of the Seine River; thence 
easterly along that high-water mark to the southerly 
boundary of Indian Reserve 23A; thence easterly and 
northerly along that boundary to the high-water mark 
along the southerly bank of the Seine River; thence 
easterly along that high-water mark to the southerly 
limit of the right of way of that part of the King's 
Highway known as No. 11; thence easterly along that 
right of way to the southerly production of the easterly 
boundary of the Geographic Township of Bennett in 
the Territorial District of Rainy River; thence north- 
erly along that southerly production and the easterly 
boundary of that geographic township and the north- 
erly production of that geographic township and the 
northerly production of the easterly boundary- of the 
Geographic Township of Bennett to the 3rd base line; 
thence westerly along that base line to the 5th meridian 
line; thence northerly along that meridian line to a line 
drawn west astronomically from the southwesterly 
comer of the Geographic Township of Grummett in 
the Territorial District of Kenora; thence east astro- 
nomically to the southwesterly comer of the Geo- 



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O. Reg. 316/86 



graphic Township of Grummett; thence easterly along 
the southerly boundary of the geographic townships of 
Grummett, Cathcart, McNevin and Gorman to the 
place of beginning. O. Reg. 315/86, Sched. A. 

Mary Mogford 

Deputy Minister of 

Natural Resources 

Dated at Toronto, this 28th day of May, 1986. 



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24 



FOREST FIRES PREVENTION ACT 

O. Reg. 316/86. 
Restricted Fire Zone. 
Made— May 28th, 1986. 
Filed— May 28th, 1986. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
FOREST FIRES PREVENTION ACT 

RESTRICTED FIRE ZONE 

1. The Northeastern Fire Region described in 
Schedule A hereto is declared to be a Restricted Fire 
Zone from the 31st day of May to the 3rd day of June, 
both inclusive in the year, 1986. O. Reg. 316/86, s. 1. 

Schedule A 

NORTHEASTERN FIRE REGION 

In the territorial districts of Algoma, Manitoulin, 
Nipissing, Parry Sound, Sudbury, Thunder Bay and 
Timiskaming described as follows: 

Beginning at the northeast corner of the geographic 
Township of Mildred, in the Territorial District of 
Algoma; thence southerly along the east boundary of 
that township to the southeast corner thereof; thence 
easterly along the north boundary of the geographic 
townships of Nebotik and Conking to the northeast 
corner of the last mentioned township; thence south- 
erly along the east boundary of that township to the 
southeast corner thereof; thence westerly along the 
south boundary of the geographic Township of Conk- 
ing to the northeast corner of the geographic Township 
of Abigo; thence southerly along the east boundary of 
the last mentioned township to a limit of the Missinaibi 
Provincial Park measured south 57° 00' west from a 
point distant 13100 metres measured south 77° 30' 
west from a point distant 1650 metres measured west 
astronomic from a point on the east boundary of the 
geographic Township of Kildare distant 6500 metres 
measured northerly thereon from the southeast corner 
thereof; thence south 57° 00' west along that limit of 
Missinaibi Provincial Park to the south boundary of 
the geographic Township of Abigo; thence westerly 
along the south boundary of the geographic townships 
of Abigo, Amik and Winget to the northeast corner of 



the geographic Township of Rennie; thence southerly 
along the east boundary of the geographic townships of 
Rennie, Stover and Marsh to the southeast corner of 
the last mentioned township; thence westerly along the 
south boundary of that township to the southwest 
corner thereof; thence southerly along the east bound- 
ary of the geographic townships of Echum, Laforme, 
and Nadjiwon to the southeast corner of the last men- 
tioned township; thence easterly along the north boun- 
dary of the geographic Township of Recollect to the 
northeast corner thereof; thence southerly along the 
east boundary of the geographic townships of Recol- 
lect, Shawkence, Wawia, Behmann, Emiry, Hallett 
and McParland to the northwest corner of the geo- 
graphic Township of Schembri; thence easterly along 
the north boundary of the geographic townships of 
Schembri, Scriven and Sherratt to the northeast corner 
of the last mentioned township; thence northerly along 
the west boundary of the geographic Township of 
Carton to the northwest corner thereof; thence easterly 
along the north boundary of that township to the 
northeast corner thereof; thence southerly along the 
east boundary of the geographic Township of Carton 
to the northwest corner of the geographic Township of 
Ferrier; thence easterly along the north boundary of 
the geographic townships of Ferrier, Foulds, Gaunt, 
Gilbertson, Gisborn and Grossman to the northeast 
corner of the last mentioned township; thence south- 
erly along the east boundary of the geographic 
townships of Grossman and Leluk to the southeast 
corner of the last mentioned township; thence easterly 
along the north boundary of the geographic townships 
of Parrott, Comox, Ethel, Durban, Jasper, Alton, 
Lafleche, Athlone, Muldrew, Fairbairn, Dunbar, 
Sweeny, Beaumont and Beresford to the northeast 
corner of the last mentioned township; thence north- 
erly along the west boundary of the geographic 
townships of Howey, Haentschel and McLeod to the 
northwest corner of the last mentioned township; 
thence easterly along the north boundary of the geo- 
graphic townships of McLeod and Ellis to the south- 
west corner of the geographic Township of Corley; 
thence northerly along the west boundary of that 
township to the northwest corner thereof; thence west- 
erly along the south boundary of the geographic 
Township of Donovan to the southwest corner thereof; 
thence northerly along the west boundary of that 
township to the northwest corner thereof; thence east- 
erly along the north boundary of the geographic 
townships of Donovan and Brewster to the northeast 
corner of the last mentioned geographic township; 
thence northerly along the west boundary of the geo- 
graphic Township of Wallis to the northwest corner 
thereof; thence easterly along the north boundary of 
the geographic townships of Wallis, Banks, Speight, 
Auld, and Lundy to the northwest corner of the 
Township of Hudson; thence easterly along the north 
boundary of the townships of Hudson, Dymond and 
Harris to the Interprovincial Boundary between 
Ontario and Quebec; thence in a southerly and south- 
easterly direction following that Interprovincial Boun- 
dary to the northeasterly corner of the Improvement 
District of Cameron; thence southerly along the 
eEisterly boundary of the Improvement District of 
Cameron to the northeasterly corner of the geographic 



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Township of Deacon; thence westerly along the 
northerly boundary- of the geographic Township of 
Deacon to a point thereon distant 2048.518 metres 
measured south 20° 48' 25" east from a point distant 
5427.680 metres measured north 69'' 08' 20" east from 
a point in the easterly boundary- of the geographic 
Township of Boyd distant 4084.354 metres measured 
northerly thereon from the southeasterly comer there- 
of; thence north 20° 48' 25" west 2048.518 metres; 
thence south 69° 08' 20" west 5427.680 metres to a 
point in the easterly boundary- of the geographic 
Township of Boyd distant 4084.354 metres measured 
northerly thereon from the southeasterly comer there- 
of; thence northerly along the easterly boundary of the 
geographic Township of Bo> d to the intersection with 
the centre Une of the allowance for road between 
former concessions X and XI in the said township; 
thence south 69° 06' west 6095.994 metres; thence 
south 65° 16' west 1214.874 metres; thence south 65° 
26' 30" west 259.147 metres; thence north 22° 01' 30" 
west 2122.705 metres; thence south 69° 07' OO' west 
4161.748 metres; thence south 22° 01' 30" east 
2216.217 metres; thence south 68° 46' west 411.811 
metres; thence south 69° 08' west 417.846 metres; 
thence south 68° 57' west 401. 753 metres; thence south 
68° 29' west 401.753 metres; thence south 68° 38' west 
813.564 metres to the easterly boundary- of the geo- 
graphic Township of Pentland; thence northerly along 
the easterly boundary of that township to the north- 
easterly comer thereof; thence westerly along the 
southerly boundary of the geographic Township of 
Lauder to the survey monument opposite the line 
between former lots 12 and 13, Concession I, in the 
said township; thence north 20^ 51' 40" west 2172 
metres; thence south 69° 08' 50" west 3850. 126 metres; 
thence south 20° 49' 40" east 2172.833 metres to the 
southerly boundary of the geographic Township of 
Lauder; thence westerly along that southerly boundary 
of that township to the southwesterly comer thereof; 
thence southerly along the easterly boundary- of the 
geographic Township of Boulter to the southeasterly 
comer thereof; thence westerly along the southerly 
boundary- of that township to the southwesterly corner 
thereof; thence continuing westerly along the northerly 
boundary of the geographic townships of Ballantyne 
and Laurier to the northwesterly comer of the last 
mentioned township; thence continuing westerly along 
the northerly boundary- of the Township of Machar to 
the northwesterly comer thereof; thence westerly along 
the southerly boundary of the geographic townships of 
Pringle and East Mills to the southwesterly comer of 
the last mentioned township; thence northerly along 
the westerly boundary of the geographic townships of 
East Mills and Hardy to the water's edge along the 
southerly shore of the Memesagamesing River; thence 
in a general northwesterly direction following that 
waters edge to the intersection with the water's edge 
along the southerly shore of the French River Main 
Channel; thence north astronomically to the intersec- 
tion with the boundary between the territorial districts 
of Parry- Sound and Sudbury; thence in a general west- 
erly and southwesterly direction following that bound- 
ary to the intersection with the westerly limit of the 
right of way of the Canadian National railway line; 
thence in a southeasterly direction following that limit 



to Key Junction; thence southerly along the westerly 
Umit of an abandoned right of way of the Canadian 
National railway Une to the intersection with a line 
drawn east astronomic from the point on the water's 
edge at the most northerly extremity of Pine Island in 
Key Harbour; thence west astronomically- 0.520 kilo- 
metres, more or less, to a point distant 0.060 kilo- 
metres measured westerly from the high water mark of 
the mainland immediately east of Pine Island; thence 
south astronomically 0.380 kilometres; thence south 
72° 00' west 0.350 kilometres; thence north 83° 00' 
west 1.750 kilometres; thence south 85° 30' west 1.200 
kilometres; thence south 43° 00' west 2.030 kilometres; 
thence north 88° 00' west 2.480 kilometres, thence 
southwesterly in a straight line to the southeast comer 
of the Territorial District of Manitoulin being distant 
64.374 kilometres measured south astronomic from the 
southeast comer of the geographic Township of Hum- 
boldt; thence west astronomically along the south 
boundary of the last mentioned territorial district to 
the International Boundary- between Canada and the 
United States of America; thence in a general north- 
westerly direction following that International Bound- 
ary- to the intersection with a line drawn south 30° 00' 
west from a point distant 25.750 kilometres measured 
south 22° 00' east from a point distant 9.656 kilometres 
measured south 68° 00' west from the intersection of 
the westerly- boundary- of Pukaskwa National Park with 
the water's edge of Lake Superior; thence north 30° 00' 
east 82.077 kilometres; thence north 22° 00' west 
25.750 kilometres; thence north 68° 00' east 9.656 
kilometres, more or less, to the intersection of the 
westerly boundary- of Pukaskwa National Park with 
the water's edge of Lake Superior; thence north 70° 34' 
40" east along that park boundary 329.245 metres; 
thence south 71° 56' 30" east along that park boundary 
183.596 metres; thence north 47° 18' 20" east along 
that park boundary 306.376 metres; thence north 26° 
00' 10" east along that park boundary 200.863 metres; 
thence north 18° 25' 00" east along that said park 
boundary 486.571 metres; thence north 56° 08' 20" east 
along that park boundary 266.282 metres; thence 
north 50° 26' 20" east along that park boundary 
129. 174 metres; thence south 2° 25' 50" west along that 
park boundary- 1014.761 metres; thence south 86° 31' 
40" east along that park boundary 2i22,.99i metres; 
thence south 0° 38' Iff" west along that park boundary 
780.468 metres to the south boundary- of the geo- 
graphic Township of Pic; thence easterly along that 
south boundary and its easterly production to the 
intersection with the southerly production of the east 
boundary of the geographic Township of Lecours; 
thence northerly along that southerly production and 
the east boundary of the geographic Township of 
Lecours to the northerly limit of the right of way of the 
Canadian Pacific railway line; thence easterly along 
that northerly limit to the west boundary of the geo- 
graphic Township of Laberge; thence northerly along 
that west boundary- to the northwest comer of the geo- 
graphic Township of Laberge; thence northerly along 
the northerly production of the west boundary- of that 
township to the intersection with the westerly produc- 
tion of the south boundary- of the geographic Township 
of McGill; thence easterly along that westerly produc- 
tion to the southwest comer of the geographic 



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•O. Reg. 317/86 



Township of McGill; thence northerly along the west 
boundary of that township to the northwest corner 
thereof; thence easterly along the north boundary of 
that township to the northeast corner thereof; thence 
northerly in a straight line to the southwest corner of 
the geographic Township of Spooner; thence northerly 
along the west boundary of that township to the 
northwest corner thereof; thence easterly along the 
north boundary of the geographic Township of 
Spooner to the west boundary of the geographic 
Township of Drew; thence southerly along that west 
boundary to the northwest corner of the geographic 
Township of Welsh; thence easterly along the north 
boundary of the geographic townships of Welsh and 
Matthews to the northeast corner of the last mentioned 
township; thence southerly along the east boundary of 
the geographic Township of Matthews to the north 
boundary of the geographic Township of Hambleton; 
thence easterly along that north boundary to the 
northeast corner of the geographic Township of 
Hambleton; thence southerly along the east boundary 
of that township to the northwest corner of the geo- 
graphic Township of Strickland; thence easterly along 
the north boundary of the geographic townships of 
Strickland, Nameigos, Mosambik, Carney, Martin 
and Mildred to the place of beginning. O. Reg. 
316/86, Sched. A. 

Mary Mogford 

Deputy Minister 
of Natural Resources 

Dated at Toronto this 28th day of May, 1986. 
(8832) 24 

FOREST FIRES PREVENTION ACT 

O. Reg. 317/86. 
Restricted Fire Zone. 
Made— May 28th, 1986. 
Filed— May 28th, 1986. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
FOREST FIRES PREVENTION ACT 

RESTRICTED FIRE ZONE 

1. The Northern Fire Region described in Schedule 
A hereto is declared to be a Restricted Fire Zone from 
the 3 1st day of May to the 3rd day of June, both inclu- 
sive in the year, 1986. O. Reg. 317/86, s. 1. 

Schedule A 

NORTHERN FIRE REGION 

In the territorial districts of Algoma, Cochrane, 
Kenora Patricia Portion, Sudbury and Timiskaming 
described as follows: 

Beginning at the southwest corner of the geographic 
Township of Drew, in the Territorial District of Algo- 



ma; thence eeisterly along the south boundary of the 
geographic townships of Drew and Cholette to the 
northwest corner of the geographic Township of 
Bayfield; thence southerly along the west boundary of 
the geographic Township of Bayfield to the southwest 
corner thereof; thence easterly along the south bound- 
ary of the last mentioned township to the northwest 
corner of the geographic Township of Gourlay; thence 
southerly along the west boundary of that township to 
the southwest corner thereof; thence easterly along the 
south boundary of the geographic townships of Gour- 
lay, Breckenridge, Lizar, Ermine, Irving and Marjorie 
to the west boundary of the geographic Township of 
Hook; thence southerly along the west boundary of the 
last mentioned township to the southwest corner 
thereof; thence easterly along the south boundar>- of 
the geographic townships of Hook and Hayward to 
the west boundary of the geographic Township of 
Coderre; thence southerly along the west boundary 
of the geographic townships of Coderre and Lerwick 
to the northeast corner of the geographic Township 
of Kildare; thence westerly along the north boundary 
of that township to the northwest corner thereof; 
thence southerly along the west boundary of that 
township to a limit of the Missinaibi Provincial Park 
measured south 57° 00' west from a point distant 
13100 metres measured south 77° 30' west from a point 
distant 1650 metres measured west astronomic from a 
point on the east boundary of the geographic 
Township of Kildare distant 6500 metres measured 
northerly thereon from the southeast corner thereof; 
thence south 57° 00' west along that limit of Missinaibi 
Provincial Park to the north boundary of the geo- 
graphic Township of Baltic; thence westerly along the 
north boundary of the geographic townships of Baltic 
and Leeson to the northwest corner of the last men- 
tioned township; thence southerly along the west 
boundary of the geographic townships of Leeson, 
Brackin and Lang to the southwest corner of the last 
mentioned township; thence westerly along the north 
boundary of the geographic Township of Bader to the 
northwest corner thereof; thence southerly along the 
west boundary of the geographic townships of Bader, 
Hornell and D'Avaugour to the southwest corner of 
the last mentioned township; thence easterly along the 
south boundary of that township to the northwest 
corner of the geographic Township of Cosens; thence 
southerly along the west boundary of the geographic 
townships of Cosens, Topham, Windego, Beilhartz, 
Engstrom, Hammond, and Moen to the southwest 
corner of the last mentioned township; thence easterly 
along the south boundary of the geographic townships 
of Moen, Moggy and Neill to the southeast corner of 
the last mentioned township; thence northerly along 
the east boundary of that township to the southwest 
corner of the geographic Township of Patenaude; 
thence easterly along the south boundary of that 
township to the southeast corner thereof; thence south- 
erly along the west boundary of the geographic 
Township of Carruthers to the southwest corner there- 
of; thence easterly along the south boundar\' of the 
geographic townships of Carruthers, Cassidy, Deans, | 
Drey, Dukszta, and Eaton to the southeast corner of | 
the last mentioned township; thence southerly along \ 
the west boundary of the geographic townships of | 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2537 



Guindon and McKeough to the southwest comer of the 
last mentioned township; thence easterly along the 
south boundar\- of the geographic townships of 
McKeough, Fulton, Gladwin, I\->-, Earl, Specht, 
Breadner, Battersby, Dublin, Onaping, Scotia, 
Frechette, McNamara and Cotton to the southeast 
comer of the last mentioned township; thence north- 
erly along the east boundar>' of the geographic 
townships of Cotton, Valin and Stull to the south 
boundar>- of the geographic Township of Dufferin; 
thence easterly along the south boundar>- of the geo- 
graphic townships of Dufferin and Leckie to the south- 
east comer of the last mentioned township; thence 
northerly along the east boundar>- of that township to 
the northeast comer thereof; thence westerly along the 
north boundar>- of that township to the southeast 
comer of the geographic Township of Ray; thence 
northerly along the east boundar>- of that township to 
the southwest comer of the geographic Township of 
Charters; thence easterly along the south boundan.- of 
the geographic townships of Charters and Corkill to 
the southeast comer of the last mentioned township; 
thence northerly along the east boundar>- of that 
township to the southwest comer of the geographic 
Township of Roadhouse; thence easterly along the 
south boundar>' of the geographic townships of 
Roadhouse, Willet, Barber, Cane and Kenwood to the 
southwest comer of the Township of Kerns; thence 
easterly along the south boundar>- of the townships of 
Kerns, Harley and Casey to the InterproNincial Boun- 
dar>- between Ontario and Quebec; thence in a north- 
erly direction along that Interprovincial Boundary- to 
the shore of James Bay; thence southwesterly, north- 
westerly, northerly and northwesterly following the 
shore of James Bay and Hudson Bay to the Interpro- 
\incial Boundary- between Ontario and Manitoba; 
thence in a southwesterly direction along that Inter- 



provincial Boundary to the intersection with the west- 
erly production of a line joining the intersection of the 
Une of longitude 91° 30' and the parallel of latitude 55° 
00' with the intersection of the line of longitude 89° 00' 
and the parallel of latitude 54° 00'; thence southeast- 
erly along that production and that line to the inter- 
section with the line of longitude 89° 00' and the 
parallel of latitude 54° 00'; thence easterly along the 
parallel latitude 54° 00' to the intersection with a line 
drawn on a course of north astronomic from the 
northwest comer of the geographic Township of 
Bicknell; thence south astronomically along that line to 
the northwest comer of the geographic Township of 
Bicknell; thence easterly along the north boundary- of 
that township to the northwest comer of the geo- 
graphic Township of Burrell; thence southerly along 
the west boundary- of the geographic townships of Bur- 
rell, Shuel and Kohler to the southwest comer of the 
last mentioned township; thence easterly along the 
south boundary of that township to the northwest 
comer of the geographic Township of Mercer, thence 
southerly along the west boundary of the geographic 
townships of Mercer, Hiawatha and Xagagami to the 
southwest comer of the last mentioned township; 
thence westerly along the north boundary- of the geo- 
graphic Township of Foch to the northwest comer 
thereof; thence southerly along the west boundary of 
the geographic townships of Foch and Drew to the 
place of beginning. O. Reg. 317/86, Sched. A. 

Mary Mogford 
Deputy Minister of 
Saturai Resources 

Dated at Toronto, this 28th day of May, 1986. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 319/86 2603 



Publications Under The Regulations Act 



June 21st, 1986 



LOCAL ROADS BOARDS ACT 

O. Reg. 318/86. 

Establishment of Local Roads Areas 

— Northern Eind Eastern Regions. 
Made— May 22nd, 1986. 
Filed— June 2nd, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 598 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

LOCAL ROADS BOARDS ACT 



Schedule 4 to Regulation 598 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, 
as remade by section 1 of Ontario Reg- 
ulation 169/85, is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 



Schedule 4 

CRERAR, GIBBONS AND BASTEDO LOCAL 
ROADS AREA 

All those portions of the townships of Crerar, Gib- 
bons and Bastedo in the Territorial District of Nipis- 
sing and those portions of the Township of Henr>- in 
the Territorial District of Sudbur>- shown outlined on 
Ministry of Transportation and Communications Plan 
N-270-A10, filed with the Administrative Services 
Office of the Ministn.- of Transportation and Com- 
munications at Toronto on the 17th day of April, 
1986. O. Reg. 318/86, s. 1. 



Edward Fulton 

Minister of Transportation 

and Communications 

Dated at Toronto, this 22nd day of May, 1986. 
(88S2) 25 



HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

O. Reg. 319/86. 

Parking. 

Made — May 30th, 1986. 

Filed — June 2nd, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 477 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

1. Schedule 26 of Appendix A to Regula- 
tion 477 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980, as amended by section 3 
of Ontario Regulation 318/82, is furth- 
er amended by adding thereto the fol- 
lowing paragraph: 

7. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 
2 1 in the Township of Howard in the County of Kent 
beginning at a point situate at its intersection with the 
centre line of the road allowance between concessions 
6 and 7 and extending northerly therealong for a dis- 
tance of 375 metres. 

2. Appendix A to the said Regulation is 
amended by adding thereto the fol- 
lowing Schedule: 

Schedule 81 

HIGHWAY No. 62 

1. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 
62, in the Township of Thurlow, in the Coimty of 
Hastings, beginning at a point situate at its intersec- 
tion with the roadway known as Hastings Count>- 
Road No. 33 (Maitland Drive) and extending northerly 
therealong for a distance of 1120 metres. O. Reg. 
319/86, s. 2. 

3. Appendix B to the said Regulation is 
amended by adding thereto the fol- 
lowing Schedules: 



869 



2604 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Schedule 13 

HIGHWAY No. 64 



O. Reg. 319/86 



Column 1 



Highway 



Column 2 



Limits 



Column 3 



Period 



Column 4 



Maximum Period 



Highway No. 64 in the 
Hamlet of Verner in the 
Township of Caldwell in the 
Territorial District of Nipis- 
sing 



Between a point situate 9 metres 
measured southerly from its 
intersection with the southerly 
limit of the roadway known as 
Gingras Avenue and a point 
situate 9 metres measured north- 
erly from its intersection with the 
roadway known as Vercheres 
Avenue 



Schedule 14 
HIGHWAY No. 14 



Mondays to 

Fridays 

inclusive 



No parking at any 
time 



O. Reg. 319/86, s. 3, part. 



Column 1 



Highway 



Column 2 



Limits 



Column 3 Column 4 

Period Maximum Period 



Highway No. 14 in the 
Township of Rawdon in the 
County of Hastings 



Between a point situate 700 
metres measured northerly from 
its intersection with the centre 
line of the roadway known as 
Front Street in the Village of 
Stirling and a point situate 500 
metres measured northerly from 
its intersection with the centre 
line of the roadway known as 
Front Street in the Village of 
Stirling and a point situate 500 
metres measured northerly from 
its intersection with the centre 
line of the road allowance 
between concessions 2 and 3 



Dated at Toronto, this 30th day of May, 1986. 
(8853) 



From Sep- 
tember 16, 
1986 to 
September 30, 
1986 inclusive 



No parking at any 
time 



O. Reg. 319/86, s. 3, part. \ 

Edward Fulton ^ 
Minister of Transportation 
and Communications 



4 



25 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2605 



HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

O. Reg. 320/86. 
Speed Limits. 
Made— May 30th, 1986. 
Filed— June 2nd, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 490 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF 

ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

1. — (1) Paragraph 7 of Part 4 of Schedule 
2 to Regulation 490 of Revised Regu- 
lations of Ontario, 1980 is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor: 



Elgin — 

Twp. of 
Malahide 



7. That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 3 in the Township of Malahide in 
the County of Elgin King between a 
point situate 120 metres measured e2ist- 
erly from its intersection with the centre 
line of the road allowance between lots 
88 and 89 in Concession North of Talbot 
Road and a point situate 505 metres 
measured easterly from its intersection 
with the centre line of Elk Street in the 
Town of Aylmer. 



(2) Part 6 of the said Schedule 2 is 
amended by adding thereto the fol- 
lowing paragraph: 



Elgin — 

Twp. of 

Malahide 



10. That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 3 in the Township of Malahide in 
the County of Elgin commencing at a 
point situate 505 metres measured east- 
erly from its intersection with the centre 
line of Elk Street in the Town of Aylmer 
and extending westerly therealong for a 
distance of 880 metres. 



— (1) Paragraph 12 of Part 3 of 
Schedule 5 to the said Regulation, as 
remade by subsection 3 (2) of Ontario 
Regulation 374/84, is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 



Regional 
Munici- 
pality of 
Haldimand- 
Norfolk— 

Town of 
Haldimand 



12. That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 6 in the Town of Haldimand 
in The Regional Municipality of Hal- 
dimand-Norfolk lying between a point 
situate 1390 metres measured northerly 
from its intersection with the northerly 
limit of the roadway known as Hal- 
dimand-Norfolk Regional Road No. 20 
in the community of Hagersville and a 
point situate 1330 metres measured 



southerly from its intersection with the 
southerly limit of the bridge structure 
over the Grand River in the community 
of Caledonia. 

(2) Part 6 of the said Schedule 5 is 
amended by adding thereto the fol- 
lowing paragraph: 



Regional 
Munici- 
pality of 
Haldimand- 
Xorfolk — 

Town of 
Haldimand 



That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 6 in the Town of Haldimand 
in The Regional Municipality of Hal- 
dimand-Norfolk beginning at a point 
situate 1330 metres measured southerly 
from its intersection with the southerly 
limit of the bridge structure over the 
Grand River in the community of 
Caledonia and extending northerly 
therealong for a distance of 1 80 metres. 



3. Part 4 of Schedule 10 to the said Reg- 
ulation is amended by adding thereto 
the following paragraph: 



8. 
Regional 
Munici- 
pality of 
Hamilton- 
Wentworth — 

Town of 
Flam borough 



That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 8 in the Town of Flambo'rough in 
The Regional Municipality of Hamilton- 
Wentworth King between a point situate 
1 100 metres measured westerly from the 
westerly limit of the roadway known as 
Crookshollow Road and a point situate 
145 metres measured westerly from the 
westerly limits of the roadway known as 
Middletown Road. 



Paragraph 6 of Part 5 of Schedule 17 
to the said Regulation, as remade by 
subsection 2 (2) of Ontario Regulation 
827/82, is revoked and the following 
substituted therefon 



County of 
Simcoe — 

Twp. of 
Mara 

City of 
Orillia 



That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 12 in the Township of Mara and 
the Cit>' of Orillia in the County of Sim- 
coe beginning at a point situate 510 
metres measured easterly from its inter- 
section with the easterly limit of the 
structure known as the Atherly Bridge 
and extending westerly therealong for a 
distance of 2205 metres. 



5. Paragraph 3 of Part 5 of Schedule 18 
to the said Regulation is revoked. 

6. Part 5 of Schedule 32 to the said Reg- 
ulation is amended by adding thereto 
the following paragraph: 



Regional 
Munici- 
pality of 
Waterloo — 



That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 24 in the City of Cambridge, in 
The Regional Municipality of Waterloo, 
beginning at a point situate 115 metres 
measured northerly from its intersection 



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O. Reg. 320/86 



City of 
Cambridge 



with the centre Hne of Pinebush Road/ 
Eagle Street and extending northerly 
therealong for a distance of 1350 metres. 



7. 



Perth- 



— ( 1) Paragraph 4 of Part 3 of Schedule 
34 to the said Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 



Twp. of 
Logan 



That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 23 in the Township of Logan in 
the County of Perth lying between a 
point situate 440 metres measured 
northerly from its intersection with the 
northerly limit of the roadway known as 
Frances Street in the Town of Mitchell 
and a point situate 395 metres measured 
southerly from its intersection with the 
centre line of the roadway known as 
Perth Road 11. 



(2) Paragraph 2 of Part 4 of the said 
Schedule 34 is revoked. 



(3) Part 6 of the said 
amended by adding 
lowing paragraph: 



Schedule 34 is 
thereto the fol- 



Perth— 

Twp. of 
Logan 



2 . That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 23 in the Township of Logan in 
the County of Perth commencing at a 
point situate at its intersection with the 
northerly limit of the roadway known as 
Frances Street in the Town of Mitchell 
extending northerly therealong for a 
distance of 440 metres. 



8.— (1) Paragraph 1 of Part 4 of Schedule 
38 to the said Regulation, as remade by 
subsection 8 (4) of Ontario Regulation 
687/84, is revoked. 

(2) Part 5 of the said Schedule 38, as 
remade by subsection 8 (5) of Ontario 
Regulation 687/84, is amended by 
adding thereto the following para- 
graph: 



Peter- 
borough- 

Twp. of 

Smith 



4. That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 28 in the Township of Smith in 
the County of Peterborough beginning 
at a point situate 700 metres measured 
southerly from its intersection with the 
northerly limit of the bridge structure 
over the Otonabee River and extending 
southerly therealong for a distance of 
1000 metres. 

Paragraph 1 of Part 6 of Schedule 44 
to the said Regulation, as remade 
by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 
593/85, is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 



Victoria — 

Twp. of 
Somerville 

Twp. of 
Bexley 



That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 35 in the County of Victoria lying 
between a point situate 450 metres mea- 
sured southerly from the southerly limits 
of the bridge over the Gull River in the 
Township of Somerville and a point 
situate 350 metres measured northerly 
from the centre line of the King's High- 
way known as No. 48 in the Township 
of Bexley. 



10.— (1) Part 4 of Schedule 71 to the said 
Regulation is amended by adding 
thereto the following paragraph: 



Hastings- 

Twp. of 
Thurlow 



That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 62 in the Township of Thurlow, 
in the County of Hastings, beginning at 
a poinf situate 400 metres measured 
northerly from its intersection with the 
centre hne of the roadway known as 
Maitland Drive (Hastings County Road 
No. 33) and extending northerly there- 
along for a distance of 720 metres. 



(2) Part 5 of the said 
amended by adding 
lowing paragraph: 



Schedule 71 is 
thereto the fol- 



Hastings- 

Twp. of 
Thurlow 



That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 62 in the Township of Thurlow, 
in the County of Hastings, lying 
between a point situate 335 metres mea- 
sured southerly from its intersection 
with the centre line of the King's High- 
way known as No. 401 and a point 
situate 400 metres measured northerly 
from its intersection with the centre line 
of the roadway known as Maitland 
Drive (Hastings County Road No. 33). 



1 1 .— ( 1 ) Paragraph 1 of Part 5 of Schedule 
147 to the said Regulation is revoked. 

(2) Part 6 of the said Schedule 147 is 
amended by adding thereto the fol- 
lowing paragraph: 



Renfrew — 

Twp. of 
Radcliffe 



1 . That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 517 in the Township of Radcliffe 
in the County of Renfrew lying between 
a point situate at its intersection with the 
centre line of the King's Highway 
known as No. 62 and a point situate 450 
metres southerly from its intersection 
with the centre line of the roadway 
known as Craigmont Road. 

Edward Fulton 

Minister of Transportation 

and Communications 



Dated at Toronto, this 30th day of May, 1986. 
(8854) 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 323/86 2607 



FOREST FIRES PREVENTION ACT 

O. Reg. 321/86. 
Restricted Fire Zone. 
Made — June 2nd, 1986. 
Filed — June 2nd, 1986. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
FOREST FIRES PREVENTION ACT 

RESTRICTED FIRE ZONE 

1. Ontario Regulations 314/86, 316/86 
and 317/86 are revoked. 

Mary Mogford 

Deputy Minister of 

Natural Resources 

Dated at Toronto, this 2nd day of June, 1986. 

(8855) 25 



TEACHERS' SUPERANNUATION ACT, 
1983 

O. Reg. 322/86. 

General. 

Made — June 2nd, 1986. 

Filed— June 2nd, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 423/84 

MADE UNDER THE 

TEACHERS' SUPERANNUATION 

ACT, 1983 

1. Ontario Regulation 423/84 is amended 
by adding thereto the following section: 

12a. Where a person transfers to the Fund from 
another pension fund after the 6th day of February, 
1986 and the person, 

(a) is entitled to an allowance under section 13 or 
18 of the Act before completing more than 
twenty working days of emplojinent in edu- 
cation in a school year as a contributor to the 
Fund; and 

(b) is entitled to have section 18a of the Act 
appUed in the determination of the aDow- 
ance, 

the person's credit transferred from the other pension 
fund shall be reduced to that amount of credit that 
will, when added to the person's credit in the Fund 
after the transfer to the Fund, produce the same 



allowance as that to which the person would have been 
entitled had section 18a of the Act not been applica- 
bk. O. Reg. 322/86, s. 1. 



(8856) 



25 



COURTS OF JUSTICE ACT, 1984 

O. Reg. 323/86. 
Rules of Ci\Tl Procedure. 
Made— May 20th, 1986. 
Approved — ^June 2nd, 1986. 
Filed— June 2nd, 1986. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 560/84 

MADE UNDER THE 

COURTS OF JUSTICE 

ACT, 1984 

1. The Rules of Civil Procedure set out in 
the Schedule to Ontario Regulation 560/84, 
as amended by section 1 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 786/84, section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
478/85 and section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
221/86, are further amended as follows: 

1. The English version of paragraph 19 of 
rule 1.03 is amended by striking out "or 
decree". 

2. Rule 14.04 is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted therefor: 

14.04 The originating process for the commence- 
ment of a divorce action is a petition for divorce (Form 
70A or 70B), except as pro\ided by subrule 70.09 (6) 
(counterpetition against person not already a party 
(Form 70G) ). 

3. Clauses 19.02 (3) (p) and (q) are 
revoked. 

4. Clause 37.04 (1) (6) is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 

(.b) a local judge, if the motion is made under 
clause 70. 17 (5) {b) (transfer of trial of divorce 
action) or 70.21 (3) (6) (confirmation of report 
of family law commissioner) or at the trial of 
a divorce action before a local judge; 

5. Clause 48.04 (2) (c) is amended by 
striking out "70.18 (2)" in the second 
line and inserting in lieu thereof "70.17 
(5)". 

6. Rule 50.01 is amended by striking out 
"Where an action has been placed on a 



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trial list or an application is ready to be 
heard" in the first and second lines and 
inserting in lieu thereof "In an action 
or application". 

7. Rule 50.04 is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted therefor: 

PRE-TRIAL JUDGE CANNOT PRESIDE 
AT HEARING 

50.04 A judge who conducts a pre-trial conference 
shall not preside at the trial of the action or the hearing 
of the application. 

8. Clause 54.03 (1) (c) is amended by 
striking out "70.22" in the first line and 
inserting in lieu thereof "70.21". 

9. Subrule 54.08 (1) is amended by strik- 
ing out "70.22 (3)" in the third line and 
inserting in lieu thereof "70.21 (3)". 

10. Rule 70, as amended by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 786/84, section 1 
of Ontario Regulation 478/85 and sec- 
tion 1 of Ontario Regulation 221/86, is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

RULE 70 DIVORCE ACTIONS 

APPLICATION OF RULES OF CIVIL 
PROCEDURE 

70.01 All the Rules of Civil Procedure that apply in 
an action apply in a divorce action, with necessary 
modifications, except where rules 70.03 to 70.26 pro- 
vide otherwise. 

DEFINITIONS 

70.02 In rules 70.02 to 70.26, 

"Act" means the Divorce Act, 1985 (Canada); 

"child of the marriage" has the same meaning as in 
section 2 of the Act. 

PETITION 

General 

70.03 (1) The originating process for the com- 
mencement of a divorce action is a petition for divorce 
(Form 70A or 70B), except as provided by subrule 
70.09 (6) (counterpetition against person not already a 
party (Form 70G) ). 

(2) A certificate of the marriage or of the registration 
of the marriage shall be filed before a petition is issued, 
unless the petition states that it is impossible to obtain 



the certificate, or that the certificate will be filed before 
the action is set down for trial or a motion is made for 
judgment. 

(3) The party commencing the action is called the 
petitioner and the opposite party is called the respon- 
dent. 

Person Alleged to Have Been Involved in Adultery 

(4) In a petition in which it is alleged that the 
respondent spouse has committed adultery, it is not 
necessary to set out the name of the other person 
alleged to have been involved. 

Joint Petition for Divorce 

(5) Spouses may commence a divorce action jointly 
without a respondent. 

(6) A joint petition for divorce shall not contain a 
claim for any relief other than a divorce and, if applic- 
able, an order on consent. 

Claim for Relief 

(7) A petition that contains a claim for support or 
division of property shall set out the nature and 
amount of relief claimed and, if support is claimed, the 
amount for each dependant. 



SERVICE OF PETITION 

Manner of Service 

70.04 (1) A petition shall be served on the respon- 
dent personally or in accordance with subrules 16.03 
(2) to (4) (acceptance of service by solicitor, service by 
mail with acknowledgment of receipt card), unless the 
court makes an order under rule 16.04 for substituted 
service or dispensing with service. 

(2) A person who effects personal service of a peti- 
tion shall ask the respondent to complete and sign the 
acknowledgment of service on the back of the petition 
and shall sign as witness to the respondent's signature, 
or record the fact that the respondent declined to sign 
the acknowledgment of service, as the case may be. 



Person Alleged to Have Been Involved in Adultery 

(3) If a petition sets out the name of a person alleged 
to have been involved in adultery with the respondent, 
it shall be served on the person, unless the court orders 
otherwise, by any method authorized by Rule 16 for 
service of an originating process, or by mailing a copy 
of the petition to the person at his or her last known 
address. 

Petitioner not to Effect Personal Service 

(4) A petition that is served personally shadl be 
served by someone other than the petitioner. 



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REPLY 



2609 



(5) A petition may be served outside Ontario with- 
out a court order. 

Substituted Service by Advertisement 

(6) Where substituted service of a petition by 
advertisement in a newspaper is ordered by the court, 
the advertisement shall be in Form 70C. 



TIME FOR SERVICE OF PETITION 

70.05 A petition shall be served within six months 
after it is issued. 



PLEADINGS 

70.06 (1) In a divorce action, pleadings shall con- 
sist of the petition (Form 70A or 70B), answer (Form 
70D) and reply (Form 70E), if any. 

(2) In a counterpetition, pleadings shall consist of 
the counterpetition (Form 70F or 70G), answer to 
counterpetition (Form 70H) and reply to answer to 
counterpetition (Form 701), if any. 



ANSWER 

Time for Delivery of Answer 

70.07 (1) A respondent who wishes to oppose a 
claim made in the petition shall deliver an answer, 

(a) within twenty days after service of the peti- 
tion, where the respondent is served in 
Ontario; 

(b) within forty days after service of the petition, 
where the respondent is ser\'ed elsewhere in 
Canada or in the United States of America; 



(c ) within sixty days after service of the petition, 
where the respondent is ser\'ed an>-where 
else, 

except as provided in subnile (3), 19.01 (5) (late deliv- 
ery of defence) or 70.10 (2) (counterpetition against 
petitioner and non-party). 

Notice of Intent to Defend 

(2) A respondent served with a petition who intends 
to defend the 2iction may deUver a notice of intent to 
defend (Form 70J) within the time prescribed for 
deUver>- of the answer. 

(3) A respondent who deUvers a notice of intent to 
defend within the prescribed time is entitied to ten 
days, in addition to the time prescribed by subnile (1), 
within which to deliver an answer. 



70.08 A reply, if any, shall be deUvered within ten 
days after service of the answer. 



COUNTERPETITION 

Where Available 

70.09 (1) A respondent who claims any reUef 
against the petitioner, other than dismissal of the 
action and costs, shall do so by way of counterpetition. 

(2) A respondent who counterpetitions against the 
petitioner may join as a respondent to the counter- 
petition any other person, whether a part\' to the main 
action or not, who is a necessar>- or proper party 
to the counterpetition. 

Person Alleged to Have Been Involved in Adultery 

(3) Subrules 70.03 (4) and 70.04 (3) (naming and 
service of person alleged to have been involved in 
adulter)) apply, with necessary modifications, to a 
counterpetition. 

Counterpetition to be in Same Document as Answer 

(4) A respondent shall include the counterpetition 
(Form 70F or 70G) and the answer in a single docu- 
ment entiUed an answer and counte: petition. 

Claim for Relief 

(5) A counterpetition that contains a clrim for sup- 
port or di\Tsion of property shall set out the nature and 
amount of rehef claimed and, if support is claimed, the 
amount for each dependant. 

Counterpetition to be Issued where Respondent to 
Counterpetition not Already Party to Main Action 

(6) Where a person who is not already a party to the 
main action is made a respondent to the counterpeti- 
tion, the answer and counterpetition, 

(a) shall be issued, 

(i) within the time prescribed by rule 
70.07 for the deUverv- of an answer in 
the main action, or at any time before 
the respondent is noted in default, or 

(ii) subsequenUy with leave of the court; 
and 

(b) shall contain a second tide of proceeding 
showing who is petitioner by counterjjetition 
and who are respondents to the counter- 
petition. 



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(7) A counterpetition may be served outside Ontario 
without a court order. 

TIME FOR DELIVERY OR SERVICE OF 
ANSWER AND COUNTERPETITION 

Where all Parties are Parties to the Main Action 

70.10 (1) Where a counterpetition is only against 
the petitioner, or only against the petitioner and 
another person who is already a party to the main 
action, the answer and counterpetition shall be de- 
livered within the time prescribed by rule 70.07 for the 
delivery of the answer in the main action, or at any 
time before the respondent has been noted in default. 

Where New Party is Brought In 

(2) Where a counterpetition is against the petitioner 
and a respondent to the counterpetition who is not 
already a party to the main action, the answer and 
counterpetition shall be served, after it has been 
issued, on the parties to the main action and, together 
with all the pleadings previously delivered in the main 
action, on the respondent to the counterpetition who is 
not already a party to the main action, and shall be 
filed with proof of service, 

(a) within thirty days after the answer and 
counterpetition is issued or at any time before 
the respondent is noted in default; or 

(ft) subsequently with leave of the court. 

(3) An answer and counterpetition need not be 
served personally on any person who is a party to the 
main action, except where a respondent to the coun- 
terpetition is also a respondent in the main action and 
has failed to deliver a notice of intent to defend or an 
answer in the main action, in which case the respon- 
dent shall be served in the manner prescribed by sub- 
rule 70.04 (1), whether or not the respondent has been 
noted in default in the main action. 



AMENDING ANSWER TO ADD 
COUNTERPETITION 

70.11 (1) A respondent who has delivered an ans- 
wer that does not contain a counterpetition and who 
wishes to counterpetition only against the petitioner, 
or only against the petitioner and another person who 
is already a party to the main action, may amend the 
answer in accordance with rules 26.02 and 26.03 in 
order to add the counterpetition, and rule 26.05 
(responding to amended pleading) applies to the 
amended answer and counterpetition. 

(2) A respondent referred to in subrule (1) who 
wishes to counterpetition against the petitioner and 
another person who is not already a party to the main 
action may, with leave of the court, have the registrar 



issue an amended answer and counterpetition, and 
rule 26.05 (responding to amended pleading) applies to 
the amended answer and counterpetition. 



ANSWER TO COUNTERPETITION 

By Petitioner and Other Party to Main Action 

70.12 (1) The petitioner and any other respondent 
to a counterpetition who is already a party to the main 
action shall deliver an answer to counterpetition (Form 
70H) within twenty days after service of the counter- 
petition. 

(2) Where the petitioner delivers a reply in the main 
action, the answer to counterpetition and the reply 
shall be included in a single document entitled a reply 
and answer to counterpetition. 

By Respondent added by Counterpetition 

(3) A respondent to a counterpetition who is not 
already a party to the main action shall deliver an 
answer to counterpetition (Form 70H), 

(a) within twenty days after service of the ans- 
wer and counterpetition, where the respon- 
dent to the counterpetition is served in 
Ontario; 

{b) within forty days after service of the answer 
and counterpetition, where the respondent to 
the counterpetition is served elsewhere in 
Canada or in the United States of America; 
or 

(c) within sixty days after service of the answer 
and counterpetition, where the respondent to 
the counterpetition is served anywhere else, 

except as provided in subrule (5) or 19.01 (5) (late 
delivery of defence). 

(4) Where a respondent to a counterpetition who is 
not already a party to the main action is served with a 
counterpetition and intends to defend the action, he or 
she may deliver a notice of intent to defend (Form 70J) 
within the time prescribed for delivery of the answer to 
counterpetition. 

(5) A respondent to a counterpetition who delivers a 
notice of intent to defend within the prescribed time is 
entitled to ten days, in addition to the time prescribed 
by subrule (3), within which to deUver an answer to 
counterpetition. 



REPLY TO ANSWER TO 
COUNTERPETITION 

70.13 A reply to answer to counterpetition (Form 
701), if any, shall be delivered within ten days after 
service of the answer to counterpetition. 



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FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 
Where Required 

70.14 (1) Where a petition contains a claim for 
support or division of propert>-, the petitioner shall file 
and serve a financial statement (Form 70K) with the 
petition and the respondent spouse shaU deliver a 
financial statement with the answer. 

(2) Where no claim for support or di\Tsion of prop- 
erty is made in the petition, but such a claim is made in 
the counterpetition, the respondent spouse shall 
deliver a financial statement with the answer and 
counterpetition and the petitioner shall deliver a finan- 
cial statement with the answer to counterpetition. 

Waiver of Financial Statements 

(3) Subruks (1) and (2) do not apply in respect of a 
claim for support under the Act if both spouses have 
filed a waiver of financial statements (Form 70L), but 
the spouses may not waive the obUgation to deliver 
financial statements in respect of a claim under the 
Family Law Act, 1986. 

Registrar to Refuse Documents Unless Accompanied 
by Financial Statements 

(4) Where a financial statement is required to be 
filed or deUvered with a petition or counterpetition, or 
an answer to it, the registrar shall not accept the peti- 
tion, counterpetition or answer for issuing or filing 
without the financial statement. 



Respondent must File Even When Not Defending 

(5) A respondent spouse who does not intend to 
defend a claim for support or division of property shall 
nevertheless deliver a fin2U)cial statement within the 
time prescribed for deUver>' of an answer or answer to 
counterpetition, but the failure of the respondent 
spouse to do so does not prevent the petitioner from 
setting the action dow-n for trial or moving for 
judgment. 

Order to Require Delivery 

(6) Where a respondent spouse fails to deUver a 
financial statement within the time prescribed for 
deUver>- of the answer or answer to counterpetition, 
the court may, on motion without notice, make an 
order requiring the deliver>- of a financial statement 
within a specified time. 

(7) If a claim is made in the action for custody of a 
child, the court may order the parties to deUver finan- 
cial statements (short form) (Form 70M) within a 
specified time. 

Particulars of Financial Statement 

(8) Where a financial statement lacks particularity, 
a spouse may demand particulars and if the other 



spouse fails to supply them within seven days the court 
may, on such terms as are just, 

(a) order particulars to be delivered within a 
specified time; or 

(6) strike out the financial statement £md order 
that a new financial statement be delivered 
within a specified time. 

Sanctions for Failure to Deliver Financial Statement 
or to Give Particulars 

(9) Where a spouse fails to comply with an order to 
deUver a financial statement, a new financial state- 
ment or particulars, 

(a) the court may HUmi»;?; the spouse's action or 
strike out his or her answer; and 

(b) a judge may make a contempt order against 
the spouse. 

Cross-examination on Financial Statement 

(10) A spouse may cross-examine the other spouse 
on his or her financial statement. 

(11) A cross-examination on a financial statement 
may be used, 

(a) on a motion for interim relief; and 

(ft) at trial, in the same manner as an examina- 
tion for discovery. 

(12) A spouse who has set the action down for trial 
or who has consented to the action being placed on a 
trial list may not cross-examine before trial on the 
other spouse's financial statement without leave of the 
court, but is not relieved of the obligation imposed by 
subrules (13) to (IS). 

Duty to Correct Financial Statement and Answers on 
Cross-examination 

(13) A spouse who has delivered a financial state- 
ment and subsequently discovers, 

(a) that any information in the financial state- 
ment or answer on cross-examination on it 
was incorrect or incomplete when made; or 

ib) that there has been a material change in any 
informzition contained in it, 

shall forthwith proxide information concerning the 
change or correction in writing to the other spouse, 
and subrules 31.09 (2) and (3) (correcting answers and 
sanctions for failure to correct) apply, with necessary 
modifications. 

(14) A spouse who has deUvered a financial state- 
ment shall deUver a fresh financial statement at least 
seven days before the commencement of the trial of the 



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action, but may not be cross-examined before trial on 
the fresh financial statement except with leave of the 
court. 

Net Family Property Statement 

(IS) In an action in which a claim is made for a 
division of property, each spouse shall deliver a net 
family property statement (Form 70N) at least seven 
days before each of the following: 

1. A pre-trail conference. 

2. A motion for judgment. 

3. The trial. 

INTERIM RELIEF 

Notice of Motion 

70.15 (1) A notice of motion for interim relief shall 
set out the precise relief sought, including the amount 
of support claimed for each dependant. 

Pre- motion Conference 

(2) At the hearing of the motion, the court may 
direct a pre-motion conference to consider the possi- 
bility of settling any or all the issues raised by the 
motion or the action. 

(3) The costs of a pre-motion conference shall be 
assessed as part of the costs of the action, unless a 
judge or master who conducts the conference orders 
otherwise. 

(4) A judge or officer who conducts a pre-motion 
conference under subrule (2) shall not preside at a 
motion for interim relief, the trial, a reference in the 
action or a motion for judgment, except that where the 
pre-trial conference has resolved all the issues in the 
action, a judge who conducted it may preside at a 
motion for judgment on consent of the parties. 

Written Proposal for Settlement and Costs of Interim 
Motion 

(5) In exercising his or her discretion concerning 
costs, the judge or officer who hears a motion for 
interim relief shall take into account any written pro- 
posal for settlement of the motion or the failure to 
make such a proposal. 

Failure to Comply with Interim Order 

(6) Where a party fails to comply with an order for 
interim relief and the court is satisfied that the party is 
able to comply with the order, the court may postpone 
the trial of the action or strike out any pleading or 
affidavit of the party in default. 



CHILDREN 

Rule Applies Where There is a Child 

70.16 (1) Subrules (2) to (9) apply where there is a 
child of the marriage within the meaning of section 2 of 
the Act. 



Children to be Identified 

(2) The name and birth date of every child of the 
marriage shall be set out in the petition or counterpeti- 
tion. 

Service of Documents on Official Guardian 

(3) The petition or counterpetition and financial 
statement shall be served on the Official Guardian at 
Toronto by mail, personally or by an alternative to 
personal service under rule 16.03 forthwith after ser- 
vice on the respondent spouse. 

(4) All other pleadings and financial statements 
shall be served on the Official Guardian within the 
time prescribed by the rules for service on the parties. 

Official Guardian's Report 

(5) The report of the Official Guardian under sec- 
tion 125 of the Courts of Justice Act, 1984 and the 
supporting affidavit, if any, shall be served by the 
Official Guardian, subject to subsection 125 (6) of that 
Act (payment of fees), on, 

(a) the solicitor for each spouse; and 

(ft) where a spouse is acting in person, on the 
spouse, 

within sixty days after service on the Official Guardian 
of the petition or counterpetition, as the case may be, 
and the Official Guardian shall forthwith file a copy of 
the report and supporting affidavit, if any, together 
with proof of service in the office where the petition 
was issued. 

(6) Either spouse may dispute any statement in the 
report or any supporting affidavit by serving a concise 
statement of the nature of the dispute on the other 
spouse and on the Official Guardian at Toronto and by 
filing it, together with proof of service, within fifteen 
days after service of the report. 

(7) No divorce action shall be tried until, 

(o) all disputes have been filed or the time for 
filing disputes has expired; or 

(b) a waiver (Form 70O) of the right to dispute 
the Official Guardian's report has been filed 
by the spouses. 

(8) A person who made the investigation on which a 
report is based is liable to be examined only at the trial. 



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(9) The Official Guardian has the right to discovery 
in respect of any matter relating to the custody, sup- 
port or education of or access to a child to whom this 
rule applies, whether or not the matter is in issue in the 
action. 



NAMING PLACE OF TRIAL AND TRIAL 
JUDGE 

Place of Trial 

70.17 (1) The petitioner shall name in the p)etition 
as the place of trial a place where the court normally 
sits in the county in which the petitioner proposes that 
the action be tried. 

(2) A petitioner who makes a claim for custody of or 
access to a child who ordinarily resides in Ontario shall 
name in the petition as the place of trial a place where 
the court normally sits in the county in which the chUd 
ordinarily resides. 

(3) The trial shall be held at the place named in the 
petition unless an order is made to change the place of 
trial under rule 46.03. 

Local Judge or High Court Judge 

(4) The petitioner, in addition to naming the place 
of trial, shall specify in the petition whether the action 
will be set down for trial before a local judge, a High 
Court judge, or either of them, at the place of trial 
named. 

(5) The petitioner or a respondent who has de- 
livered an answer may make a motion at any time 
before the commencement of the trial, 

(a) to a High Court judge, for an order that the 
action be tried by a High Court judge instead 
of a local judge; or 

(b) to a High Court judge or a local judge, for an 
order that the action be tried by a local judge 
instead of a High Court judge, but if the 
action is defended, the order may be made 
only on the consent of all parties. 



MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE AND 
CERTIFICATE RESPECTING PRIOR 
PENDING PROCEEDINGS 

70.18 No divorce action shall be tried and no 
motion for judgment in a divorce action shall be heard 
until the registrar has received and attached to the trial 
or motion record, 

(o) a certificate of the marriage or of the regis- 
tration of the marriage, unless the petition 
states that it is impossible to obtain a certifi- 
cate; and 



(b) a certificate or report with respect to prior 
pending proceedings commenced by either 
spouse, issued under the Divorce Regulations 
(Canada) after the petition was filed. 

MOTION FOR JUDGMENT 

Requisition and Notice of Motion 

70.19 (1) A requisition to note the respondent in 
default and a notice of motion for judgment in a 
divorce action under subrule 19.05 (1) (motion for 
default judgment) shall be combined in Form 70P. 

Petitioner's Affidavit 

(2) The affidavit of the petitioner in support of the 
motion (Form 70Q) shall, 

(a) contain sufficient information for the court to 
satisfy itself that there is no possibility of the 
reconciliation of the spouses, or that the cir- 
cumstances of the case are of such a nature 
that it would clearly not be appropriate to do 
so; 

(6) confirm that all the information in the peti- 
tion is correct, except as specified in the 
affidavit; 

(c) if the certificate of marriage or of registration 
of marriage filed in the action is not signed 
£md sealed by the Registrar General of 
Ontario, refer to the certificate by its title, 
date and place of issue and the name and 
office of the person who issued it and state 
that it contains the correct particulars of the 
marriage; 

id) if no certificate of marriage or of registration 
of marriage has been filed in the action, state, 

(i) what efforts have been made to obtain 
a certificate and why it is impossible 
to obtain one, 

(ii) the date and place of marriage, and 

(iii) sufficient particulars to prove the 
marriage; 

(«) set out particulars of the grounds for divorce; 

(/) state that there has been no agreement, con- 
spiracy, understanding or arrangement to 
which the petitioner is either directly or indi- 
rectly a party for the purpose of subverting 
the administration of justice, fabricating or 
suppressing evidence or deceiving the court; 

(g) if the petitioner is reiving on the respondent's 
adulter>- or cruelty, state that the petitioner 
has not condoned or connived at the act or 
conduct complained of, or if there has been 
condonation or connivance, set out the cir- 



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cumstances that indicate that the pubHc 
interest would be better served by granting 
the divorce; 

(h) provide particulars of the present and pro- 
posed custody and access arrangements in 
respect of each child of the marriage, if dif- 
ferent from those set out in the petition; 

(i) if the petitioner claims support, provide par- 
ticulars of his or her and the children's needs 
and of the respondent's means, with refer- 
ence to the financial statements filed in the 
action, and set out particulars of any change 
in circumstances since the financial state- 
ments were filed; 

(j ) if the petitioner does not claim a division of 
property, confirm that he or she does not 
wish to claim a division of property at this 
time and state that he or she is aware that a 
claim for a division of property may be bar- 
red after the divorce; 

(k) if the petitioner wishes to include in the 
judgment provisions of a consent, settlement, 
separation agreement or previous court 
order, refer to the document as an exhibit 
and refer to the specific provisions to be 
included; 

(l) if the petitioner claims costs, set out sufficient 
facts to enable the court to determine 
whether costs should be awarded; 

(w) if the petitioner seeks to have the divorce 
take effect earlier than thirty-one days after it 
is granted, set out the special circumstances 
that justify the earlier effective date, state 
that the spouses have agreed that no appeal 
will be taken from the judgment and refer to 
the agreement as an exhibit; and 

(n) provide the respondent spouse's last known 
address and state the means by which the 
address is known. 

Respondent's Affidavit 

(3) An affidavit made by a respondent spouse in 
support of the motion (Form 70R) shall, 

(a) state that the respondent is the petitioner's 
spouse; 

(b) provide the respondent's address for service 
of the judgment; 

(c) if the petitioner is relying on the respondent's 
adultery and the respondent is prepared to 
admit the adultery, state that the respondent 
is aware that he or she is not obliged to give 
evidence that he or she has committed adul- 
tery, but that he or she is willing to give that 
evidence; 



(d) contain the matters referred to in clauses (2) 
(a), (b), if), (g), (h) and (i); and 

(c) if the respondent does not claim a division of 
property, confirm that he or she does not 
wish to claim a division of property at this 
time and state that he or she is aware that a 
claim for a division of property may be bar- 
red after the divorce. 

Where Counterpetitioner Moves for Judgment 

(4) If the motion for judgment is made by the coun- 
terpetitioner, subrules (2) and (3) (petitioner's and 
respondent's affidavits) apply and references to the 
petition and petitioner shall be deemed to be references 
to the counterpetition and counterpetitioner. 

Affidavit of Person Involved in Adultery 

(5) Where a person with whom a respondent spouse 
is alleged to have committed adultery is prepared to 
admit the adultery and files an affidavit in support of 
the motion, the affidavit shall state that the person is 
aware that he or she is not obliged to give evidence 
that the respondent spouse committed adultery with 
him or her, but that he or she is willing to give that 
evidence. 

Oral Evidence at Hearing of Motion 

(6) Instead of or in addition to filing an affidavit in 
support of the motion, the petitioner or counter- 
petitioner may examine witnesses at the hearing of the 
motion and subrule 39.03 (3) (leave to examine witness 
at hearing) does not apply. 

Draft Judgment 

(7) The moving party shall file with the notice of 
motion four copies of the draft divorce judgment 
(Form 70S), a stamped envelope addressed to each of 
the parties and, where the Official Guardian has pre- 
pared a report in the action, a stamped envelope 
addressed to the Official Guardian. 

Registrar to Present Motion to Judge 

(8) The registrar shall present the notice of motion 
and the evidence filed in support to a judge. 

(9) Before presenting the motion to a judge, the 
registrar shall examine the notice of motion, the evi- 
dence filed in support and the draft divorce judgment 
and shall complete a registrar's certificate (Form 70T). 

Judgment 

(10) If judgment is granted on the motion in accor- 
dance with the draft filed, the registrar shall forthwith 
sign and enter judgment and mail a copy of it in each 
envelope provided under subrule (7). 

(11) If judgment is to be granted on the motion, but 
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hear submissions on behalf of the mo\Tng party or 
adjourn the motion for that purpose. 

ADJOURNMENT OF TRIAL 
Resumption after Adjournment 

70.20 (1) Where a judge grants an adjournment of 
the trial imder subsection 10 (2) of the Act before 
hearing any evidence, a motion for resumption of the 
trial under subsection 10 (3) of the Act may be made to 
any judge. 

(2) Where a judge grants an adjournment of the tri- 
al under subsection 10 (2) of the Act after commencing 
the hearing of evidence, a motion for resumption of the 
trial under subsection 10 (3) of the Act may be made 
only to the same judge. 

Sotice to Attorney General 

(3) The judge tr>ing a divorce action may adjourn 
the trial for any reason to such time and place as are 
just and, in a proper case, may direct that the registrar 
forthwith give notice to the Attorney General of the 
proceeding, its state and the reasons of the judge for 
directing that notice be given. 

(4) Where notice is given, the Attorney General may 
appear by counsel on the adjourned trial and make 
submissions and otherwise participate in the proceed- 
ing to the extent that the judge allows. 



REFERENCE TO A FAMILY LAW 
COMMISSIONER 

70.21 (1) A judge sitting at Toronto or Ottawa 
may, on consent of the parties, refer any question or 
issue arising in the action relating to custody, support 
or access to a family law commissioner for inquiry and 
report. 

(2) Where a reference is directed under subrule (1), 
the commissioner shall inquire into the question or 
issue referred and shall make a report. 

(3) The report may be confirmed only on a motion 
to, 

(a) a High Court judge, where a High Court 
judge directed the reference; 

(b) a local judge, where a local judge directed 
the reference; or 

(c) the referring judge, where the order of refer- 
ence so directs, 

and the judge may require the commissioner to give 
reasons for his or her findings or conclusions and may 
confirm the report in whole or in part or make such 
other order as is just. 



CERTIFICATE OF DIVORCE 

70.22 The registrar in the office where a divorce 
action was commenced shall issue a certificate of 
divorce (Form 70U) when, 

(a) the divorce has taken effect; 

(&) a requisition has been filed with the registrar, 
accompanied by an affidavit sworn after the 
divorce took effect and stating that, 

(i) no appeal from the divorce is pending, 
or any such appeal has been aban- 
doned or dismissed, and 

(ii) no order has been made extending the 
time for appealing from the divorce, 
or if any such order has been made, 
the extended time has expired without 
an appeal being taken; and 

(c) the registrar has searched the court records 
and ascertained that there is no indication 
that the affidavit is incorrect. 



REGISTR.\R TO NOTIFY LOCAL 
REGISTRAR OF APPEAL 

70.23 On the filing of a notice of appeal from a 
divorce or the making of an order extending the time 
for such an appeal, the Registrar of the Court of Ap- 
peal shall forthwith noti^- the registrar in the office 
where the action was commenced. 

VARIATION OF FINAL ORDER FOR 
COROLLARY RELIEF 

By Application 

70.24 (1) A person who wishes to vary, suspend or 
rescind a final order for support, custody or access 
under section 1 7 of the Act or to obtain such an order 
after a divorce shall do so by notice of application. 

Filing of Financial Statement 

(2) If an appUcation under subrule (1) is in respect of 
support, the applicant shall file and serve a financial 
statement (short form) (Form 70M) and a notice to file 
financial statement (Form 70V) with the notice of 
appUcation, and the respondent shall deUver a finan- 
cial statement (short form) (Form 70M) with the notice 
of appearance. 

(3) A respondent who does not intend to defend the 
application shall nevertheless deUver a financial 
statement (short form) (Form 70M) within the time 
prescribed for deUver>- of a notice of appearance, but a 
respondent's failure to do so does not prevent the 
applicant from bringing the application on for hearing. 

(4) Where a respondent fails to comply with a notice 
to file financial statement, the applicsmt may move 



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without notice for an order requiring the deUvery of a 
financial statement within a specified time. 

(5) Where a financial statement is required to be 
filed or delivered under subrule (2) or (3), the registrar 
shall not accept the notice of application or notice of 
appearance for issuing or filing without the financial 
statement. 

(6) In an application in which a claim is made in 
relation to custody of a child, the court may order the 
parties to deliver financial statements within a 
specified time. 

Contents of Affidavit in Support 

(7) An affidavit in support of the application shall 
set out, 

(a) the place of ordinary residence of the parties 
and the children of the marriage; 

(ft) the current marital status of the parties; 

(c) particulars of the change in circumstances 
rehed on; 

(d) particulars of current custody and access 
arrangements and of any proposed change; 

(e) particulars of current support arrangements 
and any proposed change; 



if) particulars of any arrears of support under 
order or agreement; and 



an 



(g) particulars of any efforts made to mediate the 
matters in issue or of any assessment made in 
relation to custody or access. 

Interprovincial Variation 

(8) Evidence given by a person in Ontario in an 
application referred to in subsection 18 (2) of the Act 
(provisional order) shall be given by affidavit, unless 
the court orders otherwise. 

(9) The registrar shall serve a notice of confirmation 
hearing (Form 70W) under subsection 19 (2) of the Act 
and the other documents referred to in that subsection, 

(a) on the respondent, in the same manner as an 
originating process; and 

(b) on the applicant, by mail. 

(10) A respondent in an application referred to in 
subsection 18 (2) of the Act shall serve and file a finan- 
cial statement (short form) (Form 70M) within ten days 
after service of the notice of confirmation hearing. 

( 1 1) Where a court outside Ontario remits a varia- 
tion proceeding to a court in Ontario for further evi- 
dence, the registrar shall serve a notice requiring 
further evidence (Form 70X) on the parties by mail. 



(12) Where a court in Ontario receives further evi- 
dence from a court outside Ontario under subsection 
18 (6) or 19 (6) of the Act, the registrar shall serve a 
notice of resumption of hearing (Form 70Y) on the 
parties by mail. 

(13) The registrar shall perform the duties imposed 
on the court or an officer of the court by subsections 18 
(3) and (6) and 19 (3) and (12) of the Act (transmission 
and filing of documents). 

No Transfer of Application 

(14) Where an application referred to in subrule (1) 
or in subsection 18 (2) of the Act is made to a local 
judge, subrules 38.03 (2) and (3) (transfer to High 
Court judge) do not apply. 



REGISTRATION OF ORDERS FOR 
COROLLARY RELIEF FROM OTHER 
PROVINCES 

70.25 (1) An order under section 15 or 16 of the Act 
that was made by a court outside Ontario may be 
registered under paragraph 20 (3) (a) of the Act by 
filing a certified copy with the local registrar at 
Toronto, and the order shall then be entered as an 
order of the Court. 

(2) The certified copy of the order may be filed with 
the local registrar at Toronto by forwarding it to him 
or her by ordinary mail, accompanied by a written 
request that it be registered under paragraph 20 (3) (a) 
of the Act. 

COSTS 

70.26 The costs of a divorce action shall be assessed 
in accordance with Tariff B, unless a judge orders 
otherwise. 

11. Rule 71.03, as remade by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 221/86, rules 71.04 
and 71.05, as amended by section 1 
of Ontario Regulation 221/86, are 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 



ORIGINATING PROCESS 

Claim for Relief 

71.03 (1) An originating process that contains a 
claim for support or division of property shall set out 
the nature and amount of relief claimed and, if support 
is claimed, the amount for each dependant. 

Application by Government Agency 

(2) Where the Ministry of Community and Social 
Services, a municipality, a district welfare adminis- 
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the support of a dependant under subsection 33 (3) of 
the Family Law Act, 1986, it shall serve the originating 
process on the dependant. 

FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

Applicant's Financial Statement 

71.04 (1) Where an order is sought under section 7 
(division of property), 33 (support) or 37 (variation of 
support) of the Family Law Act, 1986, a financial 
statement (Form 70K) shall be filed and served with 
the originating process, together with a notice to file 
financial statement (Form 70V). 

(2) Where the originating process is a notice of 
action, the financial statement shall be delivered with 
the statement of claim. 

Respondent's Financial Statement 

(3) A respondent ser\-ed with the applicant's finan- 
cial statement shall deliver a financial statement with 
his or her responding document. 

(4) A respondent who does not intend to defend the 
proceeding shall nevertheless deliver a financial state- 
ment within the time prescribed for the deliven.- of his 
or her responding document, but a respondent's failure 
to do so does not prevent the applicant from bringing 
the proceeding on for hearing or moving for judgment. 

Registrar to Refuse Documents Unless Accompanied 
by Financial Statements 

(5) Where a financial statement is required to be 
filed or delivered with an originating process, state- 
ment of claim or responding document, the registrar 
shall not accept the originating process, statement of 
claim or responding document for issuing or filing 
without the financial statement. 

Order for Delivery 

(6) Where a respondent fails to comply with a notice 
to file financial statement, the applicant may move 
without notice for an order requiring the deliver>- of a 
financial statement within a specified time. 

(7) In a proceeding in which a claim is made for 
custody of a child, the court may order the parties to 
dehver financial statements (short form) (Form 70M) 
within a specified time. 



SubruU 70.14 (8) to (14) Apply 

(8) Subrules 70.14 (8) to (14) (particulars, failure to 
deliver, cross-examination, duty to correct) apply, 
with necessar>- modifications, to financiîtl statements 
referred to in subrules (1) to (7). 

Net Family Property Statement 

(9) In a proceeding in which a claim is made for a 
di\nsion of property, each spouse shall deliver a net 
family propert\- statement (Form 70N) at least seven 
days before each of the following: 

1. A pre-trial conference. 

2. A motion for judgment. 

3. The hearing. 
Divorce Action 

(10) Where a claim under the Family Law Act, 1986 
or the Children's Law Reform Act is made in a divorce 
action, the obligations of the spouses respecting finan- 
cial statements are governed by rule 70.14. 

PLACE OF HEARING 

71.05 (1) An applicant who makes a claim for cus- 
tody of or access to a child who ordinarily resides in 
Ontario shall name in the originating process as the 
place of hearing a place where the court normallj- sits 
in the county in which the child ordinarily resides. 

(2) Where a claim referred to in subnile (1) is made 
in a divorce action, the place of trial is governed by 
rule 70.17. 

(3) The hearing shall be held at the place named in 
the originating process unless an order is made under 
rule 46.03 to change the place of hearing, and for the 
purpose of changing the place of hecuing an applica- 
tion shall be treated as an action. 

12. Form 4A is amended by striking out 
"Form 70F" in the second last line and 
inserting in lieu thereof "Form 70G". 

13. Forms 70A to 70Q are revoked and 
the following substituted therefon 



NOTE FOR FORMS 70A to 71B 

In Forms 70A to 70Y and Form 7 IB, the parties should be identified in the title of the proceeding as 
"husband" and "wife" in addition to their formal designation as "petitioner", "applicant", etc. When this is done, 
the parties may be referred to in the body of the document as "husband" and "wife" alone. 



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Form 70A 

Petition for Divorce 

(General heading ) 
(Court seal) 

PETITION FOR DIVORCE 

TO THE RESPONDENT 

A LEGAL PROCEEDING FOR A DIVORCE HAS BEEN COMMENCED AGAINST YOU 
by the petitioner. The claim made against you appears on the following 
pages . 

IF YOU WISH TO DEFEND THIS PROCEEDING, you or an Ontario lawyer 
acting for you must prepare an answer in Form 70D prescribed by the Rules 
of Civil Procedure, serve it on the petitioner's lawyer or, where the 
petitioner does not have a lawyer, serve it on the petitioner, and file it, 
with proof of service, in this court office, WITHIN TWENTY DAYS after this 
petition is served on you, if you are served in Ontario. 

If you are served in another province or territory of Canada or 
in the United States of America, the period for serving and filing your 
answer is forty days. If you are served outside Canada and the United 
States of America, the period is sixty days. 

Instead of serving and filing an answer, you may serve, and file a 
notice of intent to defend in Form 70J prescribed by the Rules of Civil 
Procedure. This will entitle you to ten more days within which to serve 
and file your answer. 

If this petition for divorce contains a claim for support or a 
division of property, you must serve and file a financial statement in Form 
70K prescribed by the Rules of Civil Procedure within the time set out 
above for serving and filing your answer, whether or not you wish to defend 
this proceeding. If you serve and file an answer, your financial statement 
must accompany your answer. 

IF YOU FAIL TO SERVE AND FILE AN ANSWER, A DIVORCE MAY BE GRANTED 
IN YOUR ABSENCE AND WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE TO YOU, JUDGMENT MAY BE GRANTED 
AGAINST YOU ON ANY OTHER CLAIM IN THIS PETITION AND YOU MAY LOSE YOUR RIGHT 
TO SUPPORT OR DIVISION OF PROPERTY. 

NEITHER SPOUSE IS FREE TO REMARRY until a divorce has been 
granted and has taken effect. Once a divorce has taken effect, you may 
obtain a certificate of divorce from this court office. 

Date Issued by 



Local registrar 



Address of 
court office 



TO . (Name and address of 
each respondent ) 



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Form 70A, p. 2 
(separation) 



CLAIM 



1. The petitioner claims; 



(State precisely 
everything you want 
the court to include 
in the judgment. 
If you claim support 
or a division of 
property, set out the 
nature and amount of 
relief claimed and 
the amount of support 
claimed for each 
dependant . If 
you want to include 
provisions of a 
separation agreement 
in the judgment, refer 
to the specific 
provisions to be 
included. ) 

(If relief is claimed 
under any other Act, 
refer to the Act in 
the claim. ) 



(a) a divorce; 

(b) under the Divorce Act , 
(i) 

(ii) 
(iii) 

(c) under the Family Law Act 
(i) 

(ii) 
(iii) 



GROUNDS FOR DIVORCE - SEPARATION 
2. The spouses have lived separate and apart since 

^ • The spouses have resumed cohabitation 

(date ) 

during the following periods in an unsuccessful attempt at 
reconciliation: 

Date(s) of cohabitation 



(If none, 
state 
"Hone. ") 



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CLAIM 



O. Reg. 323/86 

Form 70A, p. 2 
(adultery) 



1. The petitioner claims: 



(State precisely 
everything you want 
the court to include 
in the judgment. 
If you claim support 
or a division of 
property, set out the 
nature and amount of 
relief claimed and 
the amount of support 
claimed for each 
dependant . If 
you want to include 
provisions of a 
separation agreement 
in the judgment, refer 
to the specific 
provisions to be 
included. ) 

(If relief is claimed 
under any other Act, 
refer to the Act in 
the claim. ) 



(a) a divorce; 

(b) under the Divorce Act , 
(i) 

(ii) 
(iii) 

(c) under the Family Law Act 
(i) 

(ii) 
(iii) 



GROUNDS FOR DIVORCE - ADULTERY 

2. The respondent spouse has committed adultery. Particulars 
are as follows: 



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CLAIM 



2621 

Form 70A, p. 2 
(cruelty) 



1. The petitioner claims: 



(State precisely 
everything you want 
the court to include 
in the judgment. 
If you claim support 
or a division of 
property, set out the 
nature and amount of 
relief claimed and 
the amount of support 
claimed for each 
dependant . If 
you want to include 
provisions of a 
separation agreement 
in the judgment, refer 
to the specific 
provisions to be 
included. ) 

(If relief is claimed 
under any other Act, 
refer to the Act in 
the claim. ) 



(a) a divorce; 

(b) under the Divorce Act , 
(i) 

(ii) 
(iii) 

(c) under the Family Law Act 
(i) 

(ii) 
(iii) 



GROUNDS FOR DIVORCE - CRUELTY 
2. The respondent has treated the petitioner with physical or 
mental cruelty of such a kind as to render intolerable the 
continued cohabitation of the spouses. Particulars are as 
follows : 



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(Give details. 
Where no efforts 
have been made, 
state "None". ) 



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Form 70A, p, 3 
RECONCILIATION 

3. There is no possibility of reconciliation of the spouses. 

4. The following efforts to reconcile have been made: 



(Check (a), 
(b) or (c) 

and complete 
as required. ) 



DETAILS OF MARRIAGE 
(Where possible, copy the information from the marriage 
cert ificate. ) 

5. Date of marriage 

6. Place of marriage (municipality 

and province , state or country ) 

7. Wife's surname immediately 
before marriage 

8. Wife's surname at birth 

9. Husband's surname immediately 
before marriage 

10. Husband's surname at birth 

11. Marital status of husband at 
time of marriage, (never 
married , divorced or widower } 

12. Marital status of wife at time 
of marriage, (never married , 
divorced or widow) 

13. Wife's birthplace (province , 
state or country) 

14. Wife's birth date 

15. Husband's birthplace (province , 
state or country ) 

16. Husband's birth date 



17, 



(a) [ ] A certificate of [ ] the marriage 

[ ] the registration 
of the marriage 
of the spouses has been filed with the court. 

(b) [ ] It is impossible to obtain a certificate of the 

marriage or its registration because: 



(c) [ ] 



A certificate of the marriage or its 
registration will be filed before this action 
is set down for trial or a motion is made for 
judgment. 



888 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2623 



Form 70A, p. 4 
RESIDENCE 
18. The petitioner has resided in (municipality and province , state op 

country) ^____ 

since (date) 



19. The respondent has resided in (municipality and province , state or 
country) 



since (date) 



20. The respondent's current address is 



21. The [ ] petitioner has habitually resided in Ontario for at least one 

[ ] respondent 

year immediately preceding the commencement of this proceeding. 

CHILDREN 

22. The following are all the living children of the marriage as defined 

by the Divorce Act : 

Full name Birth date School and grade Person with whom 

or year child lives and 

length of time child 
has lived there 



The children ordinarily reside in (municipality and province , state or 
country) 



889 



2624 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 323/86 

Form 70A, p. 5 



23. (a) The petitioner seeks an order for custody or joint custody of the 
following children on the following terms: 



(Be sure that 
paragraph 
agrees with 
the claim 
on page 2. ) 



Name of child Terms of the order 



(b) 

(Strike out 
if not 
applicable. ) 



[ ] agrees 
The respondent [ ] does not agree with the above terms. 

The petitioner is not seeking an order for custody and 

[ ] is content that a previous order for custody continue in 

force 
[ ] is attempting to obtain an order for custody in another 

proceeding 
full particulars of which are as follows: 

(Give name of court, court file no. and particulars of the order 
or proceeding . ) 



(c) The petitioner seeks an order for access (visiting arrangements) 
, ., and is content that the respondent have an order for custody of 

if not 
applicable. ) 



the following children on the following terms; 

Name of child Terms of the order 



[ ] agrees 
The respondent [ ] does not agree with the above terms, 



890 



O. Reg. 323/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 2625 

Form 70A, p. 6 

24. (a) The following are the existing visiting arrangements (access) for 
the spouse who does not have the children living with him or her: 

(Give details 

such as days 

of the week, 

hours of 

visit and 

place of 

access :■ ) 



[ ] satisfactory 

(b) The existing visiting arrangements (access) are [ ] not 

satisfactory. (If not satisfactory , give reasons and describe how 
the arrangements should be changed: ) 



25. The order sought in paragraph 23 is in the best interests of the 
children for the following reasons: 



26. The following material changes in the circumstances of the spouses are 
expected to affect the children, their custody and the visiting 
arrangements (access) in the future: 



891 



2626 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 323/86 

Form 70A, p. 7 

27. (a) The existing arrangements between the spouses for support for the 
children are as follows: 

Amount paid Time period Paid by Paid for 

(weekly , (husband (name of 

monthly, etc.) or wife) child) 



[ ] are being honoured 
(b) The existing support arrangements [ ] are not being honoured. 
(If not being honoured , specify how much is unpaid and for how 
long. If you seek an order for payment of part or all of the 
unpaid amount, be sure to include it in the claim on page 2.) 



(c) The petitioner proposes that the support arrangements for the 
children should be as follows: 

Amount to Time period To be paid by To be paid for 

be paid (weekly, (husband (name of 

monthly, etc.) or wife) child) 



(Be sure that 
this paragraph 
agrees with 
the claim on 
page 2. ) 



892 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2627 

Form 70A, p. 8 



28. The educational needs of the children [ ] are being met. 

[ ] are not being met. 
(If not being met, give particulars. ) 



OTHER COURT PROCEEDINGS 

29. The following are all other court proceedings with reference to the 
marriage or any child of the marriage: (Give the name of the court, 
the court file no., the kind of order the court was asked to make and 
what order, if any, the court made. If the proceeding is not yet 
completed, give its current status.) 



30. 



DOMESTIC CONTRACTS AND FINANCIAL ARRANGEMENTS 

The spouses have entered into the following domestic contracts and 
other written or oral financial arrangements: (Indicate whether the 
contract or arrangement is now in effect, and if support payments are 
not being paid in full, state the amount that has not been paid.) 



Date 



Nature of contract 
or arrangement 



Status 



COLLUSION, CONDONATION AND CONNIVANCE 

31. There has been no collusion in relation to this divorce proceeding. 

32. There has been no condonation of or connivance at the grounds for 
(Strike divorce in this proceeding. (Where there has been condonation or 
out this connivance , strike out the previous sentence. Give details and set 
paragraph out the facts relied on to justify a divorce in the circumstances. ) 
if the 

divorce 
is sought 
on the 
ground of 
separation 
only. ) 



893 



2628 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 323/86 

Form 7 0A, p. 9 

MATTERS OTHER THAN DIVORCE AND CUSTODY 

33. The grounds for the relief sought in paragraph 1, other than a divorce 
or custody, are as follows: (Set out in separate , consecutively 
numbered paragraphs the material facts relied on to substantiate the 
claims . ) 



riltu Uk 



TRIAL 

34. The spouses propose that if there is a trial in this action, the trial 
«w«w. be held at before 

iÇ,7^_ir- (place) 

[ ] a High Court judge. 

'^ù.'">^ [ ] a local judge. 

!^!-.< [ ] either a High Court judge or a local judge. 

I.:;;.!','. declaration of petitioner 

35. I have read and understand this petition for divorce. The statements 
in it are true, to the best of my knov/ledge, information and belief. 

Date 



Signature of petitioner 



894 



O. Reg. 323/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2629 

Form 70A, p. 10 



STATEMENT OF SOLICITOR 

36. I, (name), solicitor for the petitioner, certify to this court that I 
have complied with the requirements of section 9 of the Divorce Act. 
(«ra.«.^rtw CV;jere in the circumstances it would clearly not be appropriate to 
discuss the matters in section 9 with the applicant , set out the 
circumstances . ) 



Date 



Signature of solicitor 



(Name, address and telephone number of 
petitioner's solicitor or petitioner) 



(The following is to appear on the backsheet of the petition. ) 

ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF SERVICE 

I, , am the respondent named in this 

petition. I acknowledge receipt of a copy of this petition. My address 
for service of documents in this divorce proceeding is 



Signature of respondent 
Signature of witness 



I, 



, served this petition personally 



on the respondent. 

[ ] The respondent completed and signed the acknowledgment of service 
above in my presence and I signed it as witness. 



[ ] The respondent declined to complete and sign the acknowledgment of 
service. 



Signature 



O. Reg. 323/86, s. 1, par. 13, part. 



895 



2630 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Form 70B 
Joint Petition for Divorce 

(Court ) 



O. Reg. 323/86 



(Court file no. ) 



(Court seal) 



(Name ) 
and 

(Name ) 



JOINT PETITION FOR DIVORCE 
The husband and wife jointly seek: 



(State precisely 
everything you 
want the court to 
include in the 
judgment . Every- 
thing you want to 
include must have 
been agreed to by 
both spouses. 
If you want to 
include provisions 
of a separation 
agreement in the 
judgment , refer 
to the specific 
provisions to 
be included. ) 



(a) a divorce; 

(b) under the Divorce Act , 
(i) 

(ii) 
(iii) 

(c) under the Family Law Act , 
(i) 

(ii) 
(iii) 



Husband 



Wife 



GROUNDS FOR DIVORCE - SEPARATION 
2. The spouse have lived separate and apart since 

. The spouses have resumed cohabitation 

(date ) 

during the following periods in an unsuccessful attempt at 
reconciliation: 

Date(s) of cohabitation 



(If none, 
state 
"None. ") 



896 



O. Reg. 323/86 



(Give details. 
Where no efforts 
have been made, 
state "None".) 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 2631 

Form 70B, p. 2 
RECONCILIATION 

3. There is no possibility of reconciliation of the spouses. 

4. The following efforts to reconcile have been made: 



(Check (a), 
(b) or (c) 
and complete 
as required. ) 



DETAILS OF MARRIAGE 
(Where possible , copy the information from the marriage 
certificate. ) 



5. Date of marriage 

6. Place of marriage (municipality' 
and province , state or country ) 

7. Wife's surname immediately 
before marriage 

8. Wife's surname at birth 

9. Husband's surname immediately 
before marriage 



10. 

11. 



12. 



13. 



Husband's surname at birth 
Marital status of husband at 
time of marriage, (never 
married , divorced or widower ) 
Marital status of wife at time 
of marriage, (never married , 
divorced or widow) 
Wife's birthplace (province , 
state or country ) 



14. Wife's birth date 

15. Husband's birthplace (province , 
state or country ) 

16. Husband's birth date 



17. (a) [ ] A certificate of [ ] the marriage 

[ ] the registration 
of the marriage 
of the spouses has been filed with the court. 



(b) 



[ ] It is impossible to obtain a certificate of the 
marriage or its registration because: 



(c) [ ] 



A certificate of the marriage or its 
registration will be filed before this action 
is set down for trial or a motion is made for 
judgment. 



897 



2632 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 323/86 

Form 70B, p. 3 
RESIDENCE 
18. The wife has resided in (municipality and province , state or 

country ) 

since (date) 



19. The husband has resided in (municipality and province , state or 
country ) 



since (date) 



20. The husband's current address is 



The wife's current address is 



21. The [ ] husband has habitually resided in Ontario for at least one 

[ ] wife 

year immediately preceding the commencement of this proceeding. 

CHILDREN 

22. The following are all the living children of the marriage as defined by 

the Divorce Act: 

Full name Birth date School and grade Person with whom 

or year child lives and 

length of time child 
has lived there 



The children ordinarily reside in (municipality and province , state or 
country ) 



89a 



O. Reg. 323/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2633 

Form 70B, p. 4 



23. (a) The spouses seek an order on consent for custody or joint custody 
of the following children on the following terms: 



(Be sure 
zhat this 
paragraph 
agrees with 
alaim on 
page 1. ) 



Same of child Terms of the order 



(b) 



(Strike 
out if 

riot 

applicable. ) 



The spouses are not seeking an order for custody and 

[ ] is content that a previous order for custody continue 

in force 
[ ] is attempting to obtain an order for custody in another 

proceeding 
full particulars of which are as follows: 

(Give name of court, court file no. and particulars of the order 
or proceeding. ) 



(c) The spouses seek an order on consent for access (visiting 

arrangements) to the following children on the following terms: 



(Be sure 
that this 
paragraph 
agrees 
with the 
claim on 
page 1. ) 



Name of child 



Terms of the order 



24. (a) 



(Give details 
such as days 
of the week, 
hours of 
visit and 
rlace of 
;cess. ) 



The following are the existing visiting arrangements (access) for 
the spouse who does not have the children living with him or her: 



899 



2634 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 323/86 

Form 70B, p. 5 

[ ] satisfactory 
(b) The existing visiting arrangements (access) are [ ] not satisfactory. 

(If not satisfactory , give reasons and describe how the arrangements 
should he changed. 1 



25. The order sought in paragraph 23 is in the best interests of the 
children for the following reasons: 



26. The following material changes in the circumstances of the spouses are 
expected to affect the children, their custody and the visiting 
arrangements (access) in the future: 



90G 



O. Reg. 323/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 2635 

Form 70B, p. 6 

27. (a) The existing arrangements between the spouses for support for the 
children are as follows: 

Amount paid Time period Paid by Paid for 

(weekly, (husband (name of 

monthly, etc.) or wife) child) 



[ ] are being honoured 
(b) The existing support arrangements [ ] are not being honoured. 
(If not being honoured , specify how much is unpaid and for how 
long. If you agree on an order for payment of part or all of the 
unpaid amount, be sure to include it in paragraph 1.) 



(c) The spouses propose that the support arrangements for the 
children should be as follows: 

Amount to Time period To be paid by To be paid for 

be paid (weekly, (husband (name of 

monthly, etc.) or wife) child) 



(Be sure that 
this paragraph 
agrees with 
paragraph 1 . ) 



901 



2636 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 323/86 

Form 70B, p. 7 

28. The educational needs of the children [ ] are being met. 

[ ] are not being met. 

(If not being met, give particular's.) 



OTHER COURT PROCEEDINGS 

29. The following are all other court proceedings with reference to the 
marriage or any child of the marriage: (Give the name of the court, 
the court file no. , the kind of order the court was asked to make and 
what order, if any, the court made. If the proceeding is not yet 
completed, give its current status. ) 



DOMESTIC CONTRACTS AND FINANCIAL ARRANGEMENTS 

30. The spouses have entered into the following domestic contracts and 

other written or oral financial arrangements: (Indicate whether the 
contract or arrangement is now in effect, and if support payments are 
not being paid in full, state the amount that has not been paid.) 

Date Nature of contract Status 

or arrangement 



NO COLLUSION 
31. There has been no collusion in relation to this divorce proceeding. 



902 



O. Reg. 323/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2637 



DECLARATION OF SPOUSES 



Form 70B, p. 8 



32. 



(a) I have read and understand this petition for divorce. The 
statements in it are true, to the best of my knowledge, 
information and belief. 

(b) I understand that I have the right to seek independent legal 
advice concerning this proceeding and to retain my own 
separate counsel. 

(c) I understand that I may lose my right to make a claim for 
division of property after the divorce if I do not make the 
claim at this time. 



Date 



Date 



Signature of husband 
Signature of wife 



STATEMENT OF WIFE'S SOLICITOR 



33. (a) 

(Strike out 
this poly- 
graph if you 
do not have 
a lawyer. ) 



I, (name) , solicitor for the wife, certify to this court that I 
have complied with the requirements of section 9 of the Divorce 
Act. (Where in the circumstances it would clearly not be 
appropriate to discuss the matters in section 9 with the wife, 
set out the circumstances . ) 

I also certify that I have advised the wife that she has the 
right to have independent legal advice and separate counsel in 
this proceeding. 



Signature of solicitor 



(b) 

(Strike out 
this para- 
graph if you 
do not have 
a lawyer. ) 



STATEMENT OF HUSBAND'S SOLICITOR 

I, (name) , solicitor for the husband, certify to this court that 
I have complied with the requirements of section 9 of the Divorce 
Act. (Where in the circumstances it would clearly not be 
appropriate to discuss the matters in section 9 with the husband , 
set out the circumstances. ) 

I also certify that I have advised the husband that he has the 
right to have independent legal advice and separate counsel in 
this proceeding. 



Date 



Signature of solicitor 



(Name, address and telephone number of 
solicitor (s ) . If no solicitor for 
either spouse, addresses and telephone 
numbers of husband and wife. ) 



O. Reg. 323/86, s. 1, par. 13, part. 



903 



2638 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Form 70C 
ADVERTISEMENT 

(name of court) 



O. Reg. 323/86 



NOTICE TO (name) 

A legal proceeding for a divorce has been 
commenced in this court by (name of petitioner ) . (Where 
applicable add: The petitioner also claims support, custody 
of the child (name) or as may be. ) You may obtain a copy of 
the petition by mail from the court office at (address ) . 

If you wish to defend this proceeding or seek 
other relief from the court, you must do so in accordance 
with the Rules of Civil Procedure. If you fail to serve and 
file an answer, a divorce may be granted and judgment may be 
given against you in your absence and without further notice 
to you. 



(Name and address of solicitor 
or party) 



O. Reg. 323/86, s. 1, par. U,part. 



Form 70D 



Answer 



(General heading ) 



ANSWER 



1. The respondent admits the allegations contained in paragraphs 
of the petition. 

2. The respondent denies the allegations contained in paragraphs 
of the petition. 

3. The respondent has no knowledge in respect of the allegations 
contained in paragraphs of the petition. 

4. (Set out in separate, consecutively numbered paragraphs each 
allegation of material fact relied on by way of answer to the 
petition. ) 



(Date) 



(Name, address and telephone 
number of respondent ' s 
solicitor or respondent ) 



TO (Name and address of 

petitioner ' s solicitor 
or petitioner) 



O. Reg. 323/86, s. 1, par. 13, part. À 



904 



O. Reg. 323/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Form 70E 
Reply (Divorce) 

(General heading ) 
REPLY 



2639 



1. The petitioner admits the allegations contained in paragraphs 
of the answer. 

2. The petitioner denies the allegations contained in paragraphs 
of the answer. 

3. The petitioner has no knowledge in respect of the allegations 
contained in paragraphs of the answer. 

4. (Set out in separate , consecutively numbered paragraphs each 
allegation of material fact relied on by way of reply to the 
answer. ) 



(Date) 



TO (flame and address of 
respondent's solicitor 
or respondent ) 



(Same, address and telephone 
number of petitioner ' s solicitor or 
pet itioner ) 



O. Reg. 323/86, s. 1, par. 13, part. 



905 



2640 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 323/86 

Form 70F 

C0UNTE>;PETITI0N (AgAINST PARTIES TO Ma I N ACTION OnLY) 

(Where the counterpetition includes as a respondent to the 
counterpetition a person who is not already a party to the main 
action, use Form 70G. ) 

(Include the counterpetition in the same document as the answer, 
and entitle the document ANSWER AND COUNTERPETITION. The 
counterpetition is to follow the last paragraph of the answer. 
Number the paragraphs in sequence commencing with the number 
following the number of the last paragraph of the answer. ) 

COUNTERPETITION 

The respondent (name if more than one respondent ) 
claims : 

(State here the precise relief claimed. If the respondent wishes 
to include provisions of a separation agreement in the judgment , 
refer to the specific provisions to be included. ) 

(Then set out in separate , consecutively numbered paragraphs each 
allegation of material fact relied on to substantiate the 
counterpetition. ) 

DECLARATION OF RESPONDENT 

I have read and understand this counterpetition. The 
statements in it are true, to the best of my knowledge, 
information and belief. 

Date 



Signature of respondent 



(Where the respondent acts in person, set out the respondent 's 
address and telephone number and strike out the statement of 
solicitor appearing below. Where the counterpetition does not 
include a claim for a divorce, strike out the statement of 
solicitor appearing below.) 

Respondent's address 

and telephone number 



STATEMENT OF SOLICITOR 

I, (name) , solicitor for the respondent, certify to 
this court that I have complied with the requirements of section 
9 of the Divorce Act. (Where in the circumstances it would clearly 
not be appropriate to discuss the matters in section 9 with the 
respondent , set out the circumstances. ) 



Date 



Signature of solicitor 

(Name, address and telephone 
number of solicitor) 



O. Reg. 323/86, s. 1, par. 13, paH. 



^m 



Respondents to the 
counterpetition 



O. Reg. 323/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 2641 

Form 706 

Counterpetition 
(Against Petitioner and Person not Already Party to IIain Action) 

(Where all respondents to the counterpetition are already parties 
to the main action, use Form 70F . ) 

(General heading ) 

(Add a second title of proceeding , as follows : ) 

AND BETWEEN: 

(name) 

Petitioner by 
counterpetition 
(Court seal) and 

(name) 

ANSWER and counterpetition 

TO THE RESPONDENTS TO THE COUNTERPETITION 

A LEGAL PROCEEDING has been commenced against you by way of 
a counterpetition in a divorce action in this court. 

IF YOU WISH TO DEFEND THIS COUNTERPETITION, you or an Ontario 
lavryer acting for you must prepare an answer to counterpetition in 
Form 70H prescribed by the Rules of Civil Procedure, serve it on the 
petitioner by counterpetition' s lawyer or, where the petitioner by 
counterpetition does not have a lawyer, serve it on the petitioner by 
counterpetition, and file it, with proof of service, in this court 
office, WITHIN TWENTY DAYS after this answer and counterpetition is 
served on you . 

If you are not already a party to the main action and you are 
served in another province or territory of Canada or in the United States 
of America, the period for serving and filing your answer is forty days. 
If you are served outside Canada and the United States of America, the 
period is sixty days. 

If you are not already a party to the main action, instead of 
serving and filing an answer, you may serve and file a notice of intent 
to defend in Form 7 0J prescribed by the Rules of Civil Procedure. This 
will entitle you to ten more days within which to serve and file your 
answer. 

If this counterpetition contains a claim against you for 
support or division of property, you must, if you have not already 
done so, serve and file a financial statement in Form 70K prescribed 
by the Rules of Civil Procedure, within the time set out above for 
serving and filing your answer to counterpetition, whether or not 
you wish to defend this counterpetition. If you serve and file 



907 



2642 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 323/86 

Form 7 0G , p. 2 

an answer to counterpetition, your financial statement must accompany 
it, unless you have already served a financial statement. 

IF YOU FAIL TO DEFEND THIS COUNTERPETITION, JUDGMENT MAY BE 
GIVEN AGAINST YOU IN YOUR ABSENCE AND WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE TO YOU. 

Date Issued by 



Local registrar 



Address of 
court office 



TO (Name and address of respondent to the 

counterpetition other than the petitioner) 

AND TO (Name and address of petitioner ' s 
solicitor or petitioner) 



908 



O. Reg. 323/86 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 2643 

Form 70G, p. 3 

(The aounterpetition is to follow the last paragraph of the 
answer. Number the paragraphs in sequence commencing with the 
number following the number of the last paragraph of the answer. ) 

COUNTERPETITION 

The respondent (name if more than one respondent ) 
claims: 

(State here the precise relief claimed. If the respondent wishes 
to include provisions of a separation agreement in the decree, 
refer to the specific provisions to be included. ) 

(Then set out in separate , consecutively numbered paragraphs each 
allegation of material fact relied on to substantiate the 
aounterpetition. ) 

DECLARATION OF. RESPONDENT 

I have read and understand this aounterpetition. The 
statements in it are true, to the best of my knowledge, 
information and belief. 

Date 



Signature of respondent 

(Where the respondent acts in person, set out the respondent's 
address and telephone number and strike out the statement of 
solicitor appearing below. Where the aounterpetition does not 
include a claim for a divorce , strike out the statement of 
solicitor appearing below.) 

Respondent's address 

and telephone number 



STATEMENT OF SOLICITOR 

I, (name) , solicitor for the respondent, certify to 
this court that I have complied with the requirements of section 
9 of the Divorce Act. (Where in the circumstances it would 
clearly not be appropriate to discuss the matters in section 9 
with the respondent, set out the circumstances. ) 

Date 



Signature of solicitor 

(Name, address and telephone 
number of solicitor ) 



O. Reg. 323/86, s. 1, par. 13, part. 



909 



2644 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Form 70H 



O. Reg. 323/86 



Answer to Counterpetition 



(General heading , including second title of proceeding , 
if required) 

(A petitioner who delivers a reply in the main action must 
include the answer to counterpetition in the same document 
as the reply, and the document is to be entitled REPLY AND 
ANSWER TO COUNTERPETITION. The answer to counterpetition 
is to follow immediately after the last paragraph of the 
reply and the paragraphs are to be numbered in sequence 
commencing with the number following the number of the last 
paragraph of the reply.) 

ANSWER TO COUNTERPETITION 



1. The petitioner (or respondent to the counterpetition j 

admits the allegations contained in paragraphs of the 

counterpetition . 



2. The petitioner (or respondent to the counterpetition j 

denies the allegations contained in paragraphs of the 

counterpetition . 



3. The petitioner (or respondent to the counterpetition j has 
no knowledge in respect of the allegations contained in para- 
graphs of the counterpetition. 



4. (Set out in separate, consecutively numbered paragraphs 
each allegation of material fact relied on by way of answer 
to the counterpetition. ) 



(Date) 



(Name, address and telephone 
number of solicitor or party 
delivering answer) 



TO (Name and address of 

respondent's solicitor 
or respondent ) 



O. Reg. 323/86, s. 1, par. 13, part. 



910 



O. Reg. 323/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Form 701 



2645 



Reply to Answer to Counterpetition 



(General heading , including second title of proceeding , if 
required) 

REPLY TO ANSWER TO COUNTERPETITION 



1. The respondent (name if more than one respondent ) admits 

the allegations contained in paragraphs of the answer 

to counterpetition. 



2. The respondent denies the allegations contained in 
paragraphs of the answer to counterpetition. 



3. The respondent has no knowledge in respect of the 

allegations contained in paragraphs of the answer 

to counterpetition. 



4. (Set out in separate, consecutively numbered paragraphs 
each allegation of material fact relied on by way of reply 
to the answer to counterpetition. ) 



(Date) 



(Name, address and telephone 
number of respondent 's 
solicitor or respondent) 



TO (Name and address 
of solicitor or 
party to be served) 



O. Reg. 323/86, s. 1, par. 13, part. 



Form 70J 
Notice of Intent to Defend (Divorce) 

(General heading ) 
NOTICE OF INTENT TO DEFEND 



The respondent (or respondent added by 
counterpetition J intends to defend this action. 



(Same, address and telephone number 
of solicitor or party serving 
notice) 



TO (Name and address 
of solicitor or 
party on whom notice 
is served) 



O. Reg. 323/86, s. 1, par. 13, paH. 



911 



2646 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Form 70K 
Financial Statement 



O. Reg. 323/86 



(General heading) 



FINANCIAL STATEMENT 



(FuÊ name ol déponent) 



of the 



(City Town etc ) 
(County. Reçionat Mumc^Mfcry 



in the 

MAKE OATH AND SAY (or AFFIRM) ; 



1 . Particulars of my financial situation and of all my property are accurately set out below, to the tjest of my knowledge. 
information and belief. 

ALL INCOME AND MONEY RECEIVED 

(Include all income and other money received from all sources, whether taxable or not Show gross amount here and show deduc- 
tions on pages 2. 3. 4 & 5 Give current actual amount where known or ascertainable. Where amount cannot be ascertained, give your 
best estimate. Use weekly, monthly or yearly column as appropriate ) 



Category 


Weekly 


Monthly 


Yearly 


t. Salary or wages 








2 Bonuses 








3. Fees 








4. Commissions 








5 family allowance 
















7 Workers' compensation 








8 Public assistance 








9 Pension 








10 Dividends 








11 Inleresl 








12. Rental income 








13 Allowances and suppon from others 








14 Other (Specily) 








TOTAL 


S 


(A)$ 


$ 



Weekly total $^ 
Yearly total J_ 



_x 433 
_- 12 



(B)$ 

(C)S 



.monthly 
.monthly 



GROSS MONTHLY INCOME (A) t (B) * (C) = (0)S_ 



912 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



OTHER BENEFITS 



2647 

Form 70k, p. 2 



(Show all non-monetary benefits from all sources, such as use of a vehicle or room and board, and include such items as insurance 
or dental plans or ottier expenses paid on your behalf. Give your best estimate where you cannot ascertain the actual value.) 



Rem 


Particuiara 


Muiillily 
MartMlValiic 









TOTAL (E) $_ 

GROSS MONTHLY INCOME AND BENEFITS (D) * (E)=$_ 



ACTUAL AND PROPOSED BUDGETS 





ACTUAL BUDGET 

.;9 

ID 79 

SItow actual expenses, or your best estwnale wtiere you 
carmot ascertam actual amount 


PflOPOSEO BUDGET 

Show your proposed txidgel. gn/ng your best estimate 
where you cannot ascertain actual amount 


CATEGORY 


WMMy 


MonlMy 


Yearly 


WceUy 


MoMMy 


Yearty 


Housing 
1 Rem 














2. Rnt pfopcfly taxes 














3 MMwie 














4. Convnon o^tnst chVQCS 














s Wata 














6 Eleanoty 














7 NKunl gas 














S. Fudod 














9 Teleptane 














10 CaUe T V 








10 






11 Home nsurance 








11 






12. Repars and mantenance 








12 






13 Gardenngand 
snow rcnnvil 








13 






14. on» (Spealy) 








14 






Food, Toiletries 
andSundriM 
15 Grocenes 








15 






16 Meals outSKk tame 








16 






17 Tariemes and swidnes 








17 






18 Groommg 








IS 







913 



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O. Reg. 323/86 













Forni 7 OK, d. 3 


CATEGORY 


ACTUAL BUDGET 


PROPOSED BUDGET 


Food Toiletries 
and Sundries-cont'd. 

19 General househotd 
supplies 


Weekly 


Monthly 


Veariy 


Weekly 


Monthly 


Yearly 








19 






20 Laundry, dry cleaning 








20 






21 Ottier (Specify) 








21 






Clothing 

22. CtiHdren 








22 






23. Sell 








23 






Transportation 

24. PuMk transit 








24 






25. Taxis, car pools 








25. 






26. Car Insurance 








26 






27. Licence 








27 






28. Car maintenance 








28 






29 Gasoline, oil 








29 






30. Partang 








30 






31. Other (Specify) 








31 






Health and Medical 

32 Doctors, ctiiropractors 








32 






33. Dentist (regular care) 








33 






34. Orthodontist or special, 
dental care 








34 






35. Insurance premiums 








35 






36 Drugs 








36 






37 Ottier (Specl^) 








37 






Deductions from Income 

38. Income tax 








38 






39. Canada Pension Plan 








39 






40 Unemployment insurance 








40 








41 Employer pension 


















42 Union or ottier dues 








42 







914 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2649 

F orm 70K, p. 4 



CATEGORY 


ACTUAL mmGET 


PROPOSED BUDGET 


Deductions Irom 
mcoMw — cofit d- 

43 Gfw* nsinnct 


Weetdy 


Monthly 


Vearty 


WecUy 


MontMy Yearly 1 








43 






44 OnM inonloai 








44 






4S CraM «an swngs 








45 






46 OMfiSpealyt 










46 






MisccSancous 








47 








48 Tutton ices, books, dc 








48 






49 Enmunnenl 








49 






SO Reoeaon 








SO 






SI VkJUn 






51 






K G«s 








52 






S3 OMiimui datan 








S3 






S4 OMroi S Hoaonccs 








54 




S5 CM*cnsactMMs 








55 














56 






S7 NnnpWS. penoituts 








57 






SS AkoM MOCCO 








58 




S9 Oumos 








S9 


HI mcanie lai (ncl 
deducted « soiree) 








60 




61 Omer (S«eal|rt 








61 






Loan Payments 
62 Bams 








62 






63 Fiunce comiunes 








63 






64 CroH inons 








64 






65 Dtpttmtft stores 








65 






66 Oho (Spedty) 








66 







915 



2650 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 323/86 

Form 70K, p. 5 





ACTUAL BUDGET 


PROPOSED BUDGET 


CATEGSORV 


Weekly 


Monthly 


Yearty 


Weekly 


Monthly 


Yearly 


Savings 

67 R R S P 








67 






68 Ofhef (Specify) 








68 






S 


S 


$ 


S 


S 


$ 



TOTALS OF ACTUAL BUDGET 

Monltily Total $ 

Weekly Total $ x 4 33 = S 

Yearly Tola! i - 12 = $ 

MONTHLY ACTUAL BUDGET (F) $ 



TOTALS OF PROPOSED BUDGET 

Monthly Total $_ 

Weekly Total $ 

Yearly Total $ 



MONTHLY PROPOSED BUDGET 



4 13 


= 


S 


1? 


S 




(G)$ 



Actual 



Gross monttily income 
(Amount D Irom page 1) 



Subtract Monttily actual budget 
(Amount F trom page 5) 



SUMMARY OF INCOME AND EXPENSES 
Proposed 

Gross monttily income 
$ (Amount D from page 1) 



Sut)tracl Proposed monttily budget 
(Amount G Irom page 5) 



ACTUAL MONTHLY SURPLUS / DEFICIT 



PROPOSED MONTHLY SURPLUS / DEFICIT 



916 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2651 



Form 7 OK, p. 6 



LAND 



(Include any kiteœst in land owned on the valuation dale, including leasehold interests and mortgages, whether or not you are registered 
as owner Include claims to an interest in land, txjt do not include claims that you are making against your spouse m this or a related proceeding. 
Show estimated market value of your interest wittiout deducting erKumbrances or costs of dispositkxi. and show encumbrances and costs ot 
dispositkm under Debts and Other Liabilities on page 9 ) 



Nature and Type 
_ of Ownership 

■ Slate perccniige nmsl 

9 where relevint 


Nature and Address of Property 


Estimated Market Value of Your mteresl as of: 
See mst'uclions above 

Dale of Valuation Date of 
Marriage Date Statement 


















TOTALS 








<H) 





GENERAL HOUSEHOLD ITEMS AND VEHICLES 

(Show estimated market value, not cost ol replacement tor ttiese items owned on the vakiation date. Oo not deduct encurrtbrances here. 
'Hit show encumbrances under Debts and Ottter Uabikties on page 9.) 



Item 


Particulars 


Estimalad Mai 

Date of 

Marriage 


rket Value of Your 

See nstruclions above 

Valuation 

Date 


Interest as of: 

Date of 
Statement 


General houselioW 
ooments enduing 
special <enis 










(a) al matnnunul honie($) 










Mrise«<iere 










JMtoy 










Worts of an 










«Wides and boats 










Ottief special items 












TOTALS 




(I) 





917 



2652 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 323/86 



SAVINGS AND SAVINGS PLANS 



Form 70K, p. 7 



(Show items owned on the valuation date by category. Include cash, accounts in financial institutions, registered retirement or other savings 
ilans, deposit receipts, pensions and any other savings.) 



Category 


Institution 


Account 
Numtier 


Date of 
IHarriase 


Amount as of: 

Valuation 
Date 


Date of 
Statement 


















(J) 











SECURITIES 

(Show items owned on the valuation date by category. Include shares, bonds, warrants, options, debentures, notes and any other securities 
live your best estimate of market value if ttie items were to be sold on an open market.) 



Category 



Description 



Estimated Market Value as of: 



Date of 
Marriage 



Valuation 
Date 



Date of 
Statement 



<K) 



LIFE AND DISABILITY INSURANCE 

(List all policies owned on the valuation date.) 



Company arKl 
Policy No. 



Kind of 
Policy 



Beneficiary 



Face 
Amount 



Cash Surrender Value as of: 



Date of 

Marriage 



Valuation 
Date 



(L) 



Date of 
Statement 



918 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2653 



ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE 
(Give particulars ol at debts owing ft> yoo on the valuation date, wttether ahsng from business or from persortal dealir)gs.) 



Form 70K, p. 8 



Particulars 


Date of 

Mavriage 


Amount as of: 

Valuation 
Date 


Oateof 
Statement 










TOTALS 




0») 





BUSINESS INTERESTS 

(Show any interest m an unincorporated ttusirtess owned on the valuaUon date A controlling interest in an irKorporated tnisiness may be 
:hown here or urtder Securities on page 7 Give your besf estimate of market value if ttte txjsiness were to be sold on an open market.) 



Name of Firm or Company 


Interest 


Estimated Martiet Value 

Date of ! Valuation 
Marriage Date 


as of: 

Date of 
Statement 














TOTALS 






(N) 





OTHER PROPERTY 

(Show other property owned on the valuation dale by categories Include property ol any kind not shown above. Give your best estimale 
y market value.) 



Category 



Estimated Marfcet Value as of: 



Date of 
Marriage 



Valuation 
Date 



(O) 



Date of 
Staletncnt 



919 



26S4 



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O. Reg. 323/86 



Form 7 OK, p. 9 



DEBTS AND OTHER LIABILITIES 



(Show your debts and other liabilities on the valuation date, whether arising from personal or business dealings, by category such as mort- 
gages, charges, liens, notes, credit cards and accounts payable. Include contingent liabilities such as guarantees artd indicate that they are contingent.) 



Category 


Particuiars 


Date of 
Marriage 


Amount as of: 

Valuation 
Date 


Date of 
Statement 
























TOTAL S 












(P) 










PROPERTY, DEBTS AND OTHER LIABILITIES ON DATE OF MARRIAGE 

(Show by category the value of your property and your debts and other liabilities calculated as of the date of your marriage Do not include 



the value ol a matrimonial home that you owned at the date of marriage.) 



Category 


Particulars 


Value as of da 
Assets 


te of marriage 

Liabilities 










TOTAL S 






(Q)$ 


(H)» 


NET VALUE Of PROPERTY OWNED ON DATE Of MARRIAGE (Amount Subtract Amount R) = (« 


') * 





920 



O. Reg. 323/86 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2655 

Form 7 OK, p. 10 



EXCLUDED PROPERTY 

(Show the value by category of pfoperty owned on the valuation date that is excluded from the definition o( "net family property".) 



Category 


Particuian 


Value on Vahialion Date 




TOTAL 




(T) $ 



DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY 

(Show the value by category of all property that you disposed of during the two years immediately preceding the making of this 
statement, or during ttie marriage, whictiever period is shorter ) 



Caleaory 


ParticuUre 


Value 




TOTAL 




(U) $ 



921 



2656 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 323/86 

Form 70K, p. 11 
CALCULATION OF NET FAMILY PROPERTY 

Value of all property