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Full text of "Ontario regulations, 1990"



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MAY 1 4 1991 
simsi OF UW 

BMRSITY OF TOBONTO 



69 



ONTARIO REGULATIONS 



1990 



170 - 412 



O. Reg. 170/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



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



1990—04—28 



ONTARIO UNCONDITIONAL GRANTS ACT 

O. Reg. 170/90. 

General. 

Made— April 4th, 1990. 

Filed— April 9th, 1990. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
ONTARIO UNCONDITIONAL GRANTS ACT 

GENERAL 

1. — (1) In this Regulation, 

"business local assessment" means the total of, 

(a) own purpose business local assessment 
shown under the subheading "general" in 
line 30 of Column 3 of Schedule 13, and 

(b) own purf>ose business local assessment 
shown under the subheading "police vil- 
lages at reduced rates" in line 31 of Column 
3 of Schedule 13; 

'commercial local assessment" means the total of, 

(a) own purpose commercial and industrial 
local assessment shown under the subhead- 
ing "general" in line 30 of Column 2 of 
Schedule 13, and 

(b) own purpose commercial and industrial 
local assessment shown under the subhead- 
ing "police villages at reduced rates" in line 
31 of Column 2 of Schedule 13; 

'discounted residential local assessment" means the 
product, correct to the nearest dollar, obtained by 
multiplying 0.55 by the total of, 

(a) residential and farm local taxable assess- 
ment shown under the subheading "gener- 
al" in line 30 of Column 1 of Schedule 13, 

(b) residential and farm local taxable assess- 
ment shown under the subheading "police 
villages at reduced rates" in line 31 of Col- 
umn 1 of Schedule 13; and 

(c) residential and farm local taxable assess- 
ment shown under the subheading "farms at 



reduced rates" in line 32 of Column 1 of 
Schedule 13; 

"equalization factor" means the equalization factor 
for a municipality as set out in the Schedule to this 
Regulation; 

"grants entitlement" means the total of the grants 
payable to a municipality for 1990 under sections 2, 
2a, 2b, 4, 8, 10, 1 1 and 12 of the Act; 

"lower tier commercial mill rate" means, in respect 
of a lower tier municipality, the amount obtained 
by dividing own commercial taxes by the sum of 
commercial local assessment and business local 
assessment and multiplying the quotient by 1 ,000, 
correct to two decimal places; 

"lower tier equivalent local assessment" means, 

(a) in respect of lower tier municipalities in The 
Regional Municipality of Sudbury, The 
Regional Municipality of Haldimand- 
Norfolk, The Regional Municipality of 
Waterloo, the County of Huron and the 
County of Brant, the amount obtained by 
dividing the sum of lower tier telephone and 
telegraph taxation and lower tier payments 
in lieu by the lower tier commercial mill rate 
and multiplying the quotient by 1,000, cor- 
rect to the nearest dollar, 

(b) in respect of all other lower tier municipali- 
ties, the amount obtained by dividing the 
sum of lower tier telephone and telegraph 
taxation, upper tier telephone and telegraph 
taxation, lower tier payments in lieu and 
upper tier payments in lieu by the sum of 
the lower tier commercial mill rate and the 
upper tier commercial mill rate and muhi- 
plying the quotient by 1 ,000, correct to the 
nearest dollar; 

"lower tier payments in lieu" payments in lieu of tax- 
es for own purposes shown in line 18 of Column 4 
of Schedule 13; 

"lower tier telephone and telegraph taxation" means 
the lower tier share of the telephone and telegraph 
taxation shown in line 2 of Column 12 of Schedule 
13; 

"lower tier total discounted local assessment" means 
the total of. 



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O. Reg. 170/90 



(a) discounted residential local assessment, 

(b) commercial local assessment, 

(c) business local assessment, and 

(d) lower tier equivalent local assessment; 

"lower tier total equalized discounted assessment" 
means, in respect of a lower tier municipality, the 
amount obtained by dividing the lower tier total 
discounted local assessment by the equalization 
factor and multiplying the quotient by 100, correct 
to the nearest dollar; 

"1988 resource equalization grant" means, in respect 
of a lower tier municipality or upper tier munici- 
pality, the resource equalization grant entitlement 
in 1988 under section 8 of the Act; 

"1989 grants entitlement" means the total of the 
grants payable to a municipality for 1989 under 
sections 2, 2a, 2b, 4, 8, 8a, 10, 11 and 12 of the 
Act; 

"own commercial taxes" means the total of, 

(a) own purpose commercial and industrial tax- 
es shown in line 1 of Column 7 of Schedule 
13, and 

(b) own purpose business taxes shown in line 1 
of Column 8 of Schedule 13; 

"own sewer revenue" means, for a lower tier munici- 
pality, revenues from sewer surcharges on direct 
water billings in the lower tier municipality, as 
shown in line 4 of Column 4 of Schedule 13, and 
includes amounts billed to the ratepayers of the 
lower tier municipality by another lower tier 
municipality or by an upper tier municipality in 
which the lower tier municipality is not located, as 
shown in lines 45 to 48 and lines 65 of Columns 2 
and 3 of Schedule 12 for the municipality providing 
water to the lower tier municipality; 

"own water revenue" means, for a lower tier munici- 
pality, revenues from direct water billings in the 
lower tier municipality as shown in line 2 of Col- 
umn 4 of Schedule 13, and includes amounts billed 
to the ratepayers of the lower tier municipality by 
another lower tier municipality or by an upper tier 
municipality in which the lower tier municipality is 
not located, as shown in lines 40 to 43 and line 64 
of Columns 2 and 3 of Schedule 12 for the munici- 
pality providing water to the lower tier municipali- 
ty; 

"prepaid special charges" means, 

(a) in respect of a lower tier municipality, the 
amount shown in line 24 of Column 1 of 
Schedule 13, and 



(b) in respect of an upper tier municipality, the 

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amount shown in line 47 of Column 13 of 
Schedule 14; 

"Schedule 12" means Schedule 12 of the 1989 finan- 
cial information return made under section 3 of the 
Municipal Affairs Act and section 84 of the 
Municipal Act, of a municipality providing sewer 
or water service, or both, to ratepayers in the low- 
er tier municipality; 

"Schedule 13" means the audited Schedule 13 of the 
1989 financial information return of a lower tier or 
upper tier municipality provided under section 3 of 
the Municipal Affairs Act amd section 84 of the 
Municipal Act; 

"Schedule 14" means the audited Schedule 14 of the 
1989 financial information return of an upper tier 
municipality provided under section 3 of the 
Municipal Affairs Act and section 84 of the 
Municipal Act; 

"total own taxation" means the total own purposes 
taxation as shown in line 4 of Column 12 of Sched- 
ule 13; 

"total upper tier requisition" means the amount 
shown in line 47 of Column 8 of Schedule 14; 

"total upper tier sewer billings" means, for an upper 
tier municipality, the sum of the upper tier sewer 
billings in all lower tier municipalities which 
received sewer services from the upper tier munici- 
pality shown in line 47 of Column 1 1 of Schedule 
14; 

"total upper tier water billings" means, for an upper 
tier municipality, the sum of the upper tier water 
billings in all lower tier municipalities which 
received water services from the upper tier munici- 
pality shown in line 47 of Column 9 of Schedule 14; 

"upper tier commercial mill rate" means, in respect 
of an upper tier municipality, the amount obtained 
by dividing upper tier commercial taxes by the sum 
of commercial local assessment and business local 
assessment and multiplying the quotient by 1 ,000, 
correct to two decimal places; 

"upper tier commercial taxes" means the sum of, 

(a) upper tier purpose commercial and industri- 
al taxes shown in line 5 of Column 7 of 
Schedule 13, and 

(b) upper tier purpose business taxes shown in 
line 5 of Column 8 of Schedule 13; 

"upper tier equivalent local assessment" means, in 
respect of The Regional Municipality of Sudbury, 
The Regional Municipality of Haldimand-Norfolk, 
The Regional Municipality of Waterloo, the Coun- 
ty of Huron and the County of Brant, the amount 
obtained by dividing the sum of the upper tier tele- 
phone and telegraph taxation and the upper tier 



O. Reg. 170/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



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payments in lieu by the upper tier commercial mill 
rate and multiplying the quotient by 1 ,000, correct 
to the nearest dollar; 

"upper tier payments in lieu" means the upper tier 
share of payments in lieu of taxes shown in line 18 
of Column 2 of Schedule 13; 

"upper tier telephone and telegraph taxation" means 
the upper tier share of telephone and telegraph 
taxation shown in line 6 of Column 12 of Schedule 
13; 

"upper tier total equalized discounted assessment" 
means, 

(a) in respect of The Regional Municipality of 
Sudbury, The Regional Municipality of Hal- 
dimand-Norfolk, The Regional Municipali- 
ty of Waterloo, the County of Huron and 
the County of Brant, the amount obtained 
by dividing the sum of discounted residen- 
tial local assessment, commercial local 
assessment, business local assessment and 
the upper tier equivalent local assessment 
for all lower tier municipalities in The 
Regional Municipality of Sudbury, The 
Regional Municipality of Haldimand- 
Norfolk, The Regional Municipality of 
Waterloo, the County of Huron and the 
County of Brant, as the case may be, by the 
equalization factor and multiplying the quo- 
tient by 100, correct to the nearest dollar, 

(b) in respect of all other upper tier municipali- 
ties, the sum of the lower tier total equal- 
ized discounted assessment for all lower tier 
municipalities within the upper tier munici- 
pality. 

(2) The northern part of Ontario is prescribed as 
the area lying north of the French River, Lake Nip>- 
issing and the southerly boundary of the geographic 
Township of West Ferris and the geographic town- 
ships of East Ferris, Bonfield, Calvin and Papineau 
in the Territorial District of Nipissing and includes all 
municipalities in the Territorial District of 
Manitoulin. O. Reg. 170/90, s. 1. 

2. For the purposes of calculating a general sup- 
port grant, special support grant or resource equali- 
zation grant for an upper tier municipality, "net gen- 
eral dollar levy" means the sum of, 

(a) the total upper tier requisition; 

(b) the total upper tier water billings; 

(c) the total upp)er tier sewer billings; and 

(d) prepaid special charges. O. Reg. 170/90, 

s. 2. 



3. For the purposes of calculating a general sup- 
port grant, special support grant or resource equali- 



zation grant for a lower tier municipality, "net gener- 
al dollar levy" means the sum of, 

(a) the total own taxation; 

(b) the own water revenue ; 

(c) the own sewer revenue ; 

(d) the lower tier payments in lieu; and 

(e) prepaid special charges. O. Reg. 170/90, 
s. 3. 

4. The grant payable to each upper tier municipal- 
ity and lower tier municipality under section 2b of the 
Act is S50 multiplied by the number of households. 
O. Reg. 170/90. s. 4. 

5. The grant payable to every area municipality 
under section 2a of the Act is the amount per house- 
hold based on the density of the area municipality, 
multiplied by the number of households and deter- 
mined as follows: 





Amount per 


Density 


household 


.025 and under 


.50 


Over .025 to and including .030 


.40 


Over .030 to and including .035 


.30 


Over .035 to and including .040 


.20 


Over .040 to and including .045 


.10 


Over .045 


NU 



O. Reg. 170/90, s. 5. 

6. The grant payable under section 10 of the Act 
is 6.15 per cent of the net general dollar levy. 
O. Reg. 170/90, s. 6. 

7. The grant payable under section 11 of the Act 
is 23.5 per cent of the net general dollar levy. 
O. Reg. 170/90, s. 7. 

8. The grant payable under section 12 of the Act 
to the Township of Chisholm, the Township of Airy, 
the Improvement District of Cameron and every low- 
er tier municipality situated in the Territorial District 
of Parry Sound is 23.5 f>er cent of the net general 
dollar levy. O. Reg. 170/90, s. 8. 

9. — (1) For the purposes of subsections 8(1) and 
(2) of the Act, the equalized assessment per house- 
hold in the preceding year shall be determined by 
dividing either the lower tier total equalized discount- 
ed assessment or the upper tier total equalized dis- 
count assessment, as the case may be, by the number 
of households in the municipality, correct to the 
nearest dollar. 

(2) The standard equalized assessment per house- 
hold prescribed for the purpose of subsections 8 (1) 
and (2) of the Act is 558,000. 



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(3) If the equalized assessment per household in 
the preceding year as determined under subsection 
(1) is less than $58,000, a resource equalization grant 
is payable under section 8 of the Act in an amount 
which is the lesser of, 

(a) 110 per cent of the 1988 resource equaliza- 
tion grant; and 

(b) the net general dollar levy muhiplied by. 



0.60 X 



(58,000 - A) 



X 1.6666 correct to 



(58,000) 

four decimal places where A is the equal- 
ized assessment per household in the pre- 
ceding year determined under subsection 
(1), correct to the nearest dollar. 

(4) Despite subsection (3), if the equalized assess- 
ment per household in the preceding year as deter- 
mined under subsection (1) is less than $58,000 and 
the 1988 resource equalization grant is equal to zero, 
the maximum resource equalization grant payable 
under subsection 8 (1) or (2) of the Act, as the case 
may be, is $100. O. Reg. 170/90, s. 9. 

10. — (1) A revenue guarantee grant is payable for 
1990 under section 8a of the Act to any upper tier 
municipality and to any lower tier municipality if the 
grants entitlement of the municipality is less than the 
1989 grants entitlement of the municipality. 

(2) The amount of the revenue guarantee grant is 
the amount obtained by subtracting the grants enti- 
tlement of the municipality from the 1989 grants enti- 
tlement of the municipality. O. Reg. 170/90, s. 10. 

11. In the calculation of the grants under the Act 
for a municipality where incorporation, a major 
boundary change or a change in responsibility for the 
delivery of any service took place on or after the first 
day of the preceding year or the calendar year, the 
Minister may revise or substitute data pertaining to 
the preceding year or calendar year to take into 
account the incorporation, boundary change or deliv- 
ery of service charges. O. Reg. 170/90, s . 11. 

12. If there is an overpayment or underpayment 
of grants paid to a municipality, the Minister shall 
adjust any grant paid to that municipality in the next 



year by the amount of the overpayment or 
underpayment. O. Reg. 170/90, s. 12. 

13. — (1) Grants under this Regulation are condi- 
tional upon the submission by each municipality to 
the Ministry of the 1989 financial information return 
in the manner prescribed under section 3 of the 
Municipal Affairs Act and section 84 of the Municipal 
Act together with any additional data or amendments 
to the 1989 financial information return that may be 
required by the Minister within the time required by 
the Minister. 

(2) Where a municipality fails to provide the addi- 
tional data or amendments to the 1989 financial 
information return within the time required under 
subsection (1), the Minister may rely on such data as 
the Minister considers relevant to calculate the 
amount of the grant payable to the municipality. 

(3) Where a grant has been calculated under sub- 
section (2), a municipality may request a recalcula- 
tion of the grant payable to the municipality by sub- 
mitting such additional data or amendments to the 
1989 financial information return as is requested by 
the Minister. 

(4) Where the Minister considers revisions to the 
1989 financial information return by a municipality to 
be necessary for the purposes of the payment of a 
grant under the Act, the Minister may amend the 
data as the Minister considers necessary to calculate 
the amount of the grant payable to the municipality. 
O. Reg. 170/90, s. 13. 

14. The Minister may make interim payments to 
each municipality not exceeding 84 per cent of the 
total grants paid to each municipality under the Act 
in the preceding year. O. Reg. 170/90, s. 14. 

15. — (1) This Regulation, except section 12, 
applies to grants in respect of 1990 only. 

(2) Section 12 applies to grants in respect of 1989 
and 1990. O. Reg. 170/90, s. 15. 

16. Ontario Regulation 151/89 is revoked. 

17. This Regulation shall be deemed to have 
come into force on the 31st day of March, 1990. 



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O. Reg. 170/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
Schedule 



2397 



MUNICIPALITIES 



EQUALIZATION 
FACTOR 



Adelaide Tp 

Adjala Tp 

Admaston Tp 

Adolphustown Tp 

Ailsa Craig V 

Airy Tp 

Ajax T 

Albemarle Tp 

Alberton Tp 

Aldborough Tp 

Alexandria T 

Alfred Tp 

Alfred V 

Alice and Fraser Tp 

Alliston T 

Almonte T 

Alnwick Tp 

Alvinston V 

Amabel Tp 

Amaranth Tp 

Ameliasburgh Tp 

Amherst Island Tp 

Amherstburg T 

Ancaster T 

Anderdon Tp 

Anson Hindon & Minden Tp 

Arkona V 

Armour Tp 

Armstrong Tp 

Arnprior T 

Arran Tp 

Artemesia Tp 

Arthur Tp 

Arthur V 

Ashfield Tp 

Asphodel Tp 

Assiginack Tp 

Athens V 

Athol Tp 

Atikokan Tp 

Atwood Tp 

Augusta Tp 

Aurora T 



16 
12 
61 
53 



20. 16 

20.32 

23.48 

86.21 

3.54 

5.08 

7.03 

87.49 

5.48 



05 
81 
01 
50 
69 



29. 19 
23.78 
17.22 

3.77 
31.25 

4.40 
27.58 



50 
99 



88.42 
8.20 
7.24 

29.94 

32.31 
5. 14 

27.48 

83.61 
4.67 

94.57 
6.13 
5.21 

13.17 



79 
75 



20.14 



637 



2398 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 170/90 



Aylmer T 

Bagot & Blythfield Tp 

Baldwin Tp 

Bancroft V 

Bangor et al Tp 

Barclay Tp 

Barrie C 

Barrie Island Tp 

Barrie Tp 

Barry's Bay V 

Bastard & S Burgess Tp 

Bath V 

Bathurst Tp 

Bayfield V 

Bayham Tp 

Beachburg V 

Beardmore Tp 

Beckwith Tp 

Bedford Tp 

Beeton V 

Belle River T 

Belleville C 

Belmont and Methuen Tp 

Belmont V 

Bentinck Tp 

Bexley Tp 

Bicroft Tp 

Biddulph Tp 

Billings Tp 

Black River-Matheson Tp 

Blandford-Blenheim Tp 

Blanshard Tp 

Blenheim T 

Blind River T 

Bloomfield V 

Blue Tp 

Blyth V 

Bobcaygeon V 

Bonfield Tp 

Bosanquet Tp 

Bothwell T 

Bracebridge T 

Bradford T 

Braeside V 

Brampton C 

Brant Tp 

Brantford C 

Brantford Tp 



7.62 

2.73 

91.47 

3.63 

1.62 

7.07 

84.30 

98.05 

3.36 



29 
74 
04 
96 



92.94 
6.02 
5.27 

25.22 
3.15 
3.55 

75.68 
4.03 

15.87 
3.26 
4.53 

39.44 
1.18 

82.45 
4.39 

98.16 

32.70 



39 
50 



26.43 

99.08 

18.06 

4.12 

92.26 

21.06 

18.37 

3.83 

8.03 

77.17 

24.61 

6.14 

23.57 

28.96 

9.17 

8.15 



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O. Reg. 170/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 2399 

Brethour Tp 

Brighton T 

Brighton Tp 

Brock Tp 

Brockville C 

Bromley Tp 

Brooke Tp 

Brougham Tp 

Bruce Mines T 

Bruce Tp 

Brudenell & Lyndoch Tp 

Brussels V 

Burford Tp 

Burk's Falls V 

Burleigh & Anstruther Tp 

Burlington C 

Burpee Tp 

Cache Bay T 

Caldwell Tp 

Caledon T 

Caledonia Tp 

Calvin Tp 

Cambridge C 

Cambridge Tp 

Camden East Tp 

Camden Tp 

Cameron ID 

Campbell ford T 

Capreol T 

Caradoc Tp 

Carden Tp 

Cardiff Tp 
i Cardinal V 

Carleton Place T 
^ Carling Tp 

Carlow Tp 

Carnarvon Tp 

Carrick Tp 

Casey Tp 

Casimir et al Tp 

Casselman V 

Cavan Tp 

Chalk River V 

Chamberlain Tp 

Chandos Tp 

Chapleau Tp 

Chapman Tp 

Chappie Tp 

639 



3 


.30 


4 


.31 


3 


.43 


8 


.92 


5 


.95 


8 


.24 


5 


.29 


2 


.52 


86 


.73 


31 


.35 


3 


.37 


92 


.56 


7 


.63 


93 


.31 


16 


.68 


7 


.05 


100 


.83 


25 


.92 


1 


.52 


20 


.50 


5 


.24 


2 


25 


9 


45 


3 


60 


6 


15 


4 


45 


3 


16 


4 


24 


23 


11 


5. 


26 


81. 


42 


2. 


75 


8. 


19 


3. 


95 


85. 


34 


2. 


65 


97. 


08 


27. 


33 


1. 


94 


9. 


88 


4. 


18 


83. 


83 


5. 


72 


9. 


73 


2. 


67 


25. 


70 


88. 


36 


2. 


64 



2400 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 170/90 

Charlottenburgh Tp 5.31 

Charlton T 12.70 

Chatham C 7.89 

Chatham Tp 4 . 18 

Chatsworth V 3 9.43 

Chesley T 35.18 

Chesterville V 7.89 

Chisholm Tp 82 .88 

Christie Tp 85.99 

Clarence Tp 3.82 

Clarendon & Miller Tp 3.37 

Clearwater T 4.70 

Clifford V 23.57 

Clinton T 88.54 

Cobalt T 8.34 

Cobden V 4.92 

Cobourg T 6.4 

Cochrane T 28.61 

Cockburn Island Tp 103.04 

Colborne Tp 84.60 

Colborne V ^ 4.19 

Colchester North Tp 3.95 

Colchester South Tp 3.39 

Coldwater V 19.39 

Coleman Tp 5.9 3 

Collingwood T 17.76 

Collingwood Tp 33.45 

Conmee Tp 4.06 

Cookstown V 3.56 

Cornwall C 8.34 

Cornwall Tp 6.97 

Cosby et al Tp 1.65 

Cramahe Tp 3.55 

Creemore V 82.73 

Culross Tp 29.82 

Cumberland Tp 3.3 3 

\Dack Tp 22.07 

Dalton Tp 83.23 

Darling Tp 2.90 

Dawn Tp 5.84 

Day and Bright Add ' 1 Tp 9 3.31 

Deep River T 8.42 

Delaware Tp 3.84 

Delhi Tp 7.30 

Deloro V 4.74 

Denbigh et al Tp 4.3 8 

Derby Tp 38.39 

Deseronto T 3.85 

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O. Reg. 170/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 2401 

Dilke Tp 4.4 3 

Dorion Tp 7.05 

Douro Tp 4.51 

Dover Tp 3.4 8 

Downie Tp 4.3 5 

Drayton V 2 0.66 

Dresden T 7. 16 

Drummond Tp 3.4 

Dryden T 7.55 

Dubreuilville Tp 93.00 

Dummer Tp 4 . 18 

Dundalk V 37.67 

Dundas T 5.54 

Dungannon Tp 91.99 

Dunnville T 7. 60 

Dunwich Tp 4.84 

Durham T 8 5.41 

Dutton V 6.4 

Dyinond Tp 8.78 

Dysart et al Tp 1.28 

Ear Falls Tp 11.84 

East Ferris Tp 21.84 

East Garafraxa Tp 25.31 

East Gwillimbury T 14.99 

East Hawkesbury Tp 4.88 

East Luther Tp 4.2 6 

East Wawanosh Tp 80.84 

East Williams Tp 4.49 

East York B 5.98 

East Zorra-Tavistock Tp 4.97 

Eastnor Tp 84.51 

Edwardsburgh Tp 5.79 

Eganville V 5.22 

Egremont Tp 3 2.15 

Ekfrid Tp 4.26 

Elderslie Tp 31.54 

Eldon Tp 2.79 

Elizabethtown Tp 5.27 

Ellice Tp 4.39 

Elliot Lake T 31.48 

Elma Tp 5.48 

Elmvale V 21.70 

Elora V 19.43 

Elzevir & Grimsthorpe Tp 2.67 

Emily Tp 3.3 7 

Emo Tp 2.38 

Englehart T 23.15 

Enniskillen Tp 4.47 

641 



2402 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 170/90 

Ennismore Tp 21.30 

Eramosa Tp 3.31 

Erie Beach V 20.43 

Erieau V 4 .82 

Erin Tp 3.01 

Erin V 19.23 

Ernestown Tp 7.4 8 

Espanola T 9.30 

Essa Tp 3.85 

Essex T 4.73 

Etobicoke C 5.98 

Euphemia Tp 4.7 7 

Euphrasia Tp 33.39 

Evanturel Tp 8.01 

Exeter T 85.17 

Faraday Tp 85.3 5 

Fauquier-Strickland Tp 41.69 

Fenelon Falls V 3.17 

Fenelon Tp 2.80 

Fergus T 27.85 

Field Tp 19.63 

Finch Tp 4 . 61 

Finch V 6.31 

Flamborough T 4.59 

Flesherton V 42.50 

Flos Tp 4.00 

Foley Tp 85.85 

Forest T 8.05 

Fort Erie T 7.77 

Fort Frances T 9.86 

Frankford V 3.60 

Front of Escott Tp 3.50 

Front of Leeds Tp 3.57 

Front of Yonge Tp ^ 4.69 

Fullarton Tp 4.66 

Galway and Cavendish Tp 65.41 

Gananoque ST 6.06 

Gauthier ID 22.60 

Georgian Bay Tp 79.25 

Georgina T 15.99 

Geraldton T 7.47 

Gillies Tp 3.63 

Glackmeyer Tp 2 3.30 

Glamorgan Tp 0.58 

Glanbrook Tp 5.08 

Glencoe V 28.76 

Glenelg Tp 34.04 

Gloucester C 3.63 

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O. Reg. 170/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 2403 

Goderich T 76.38 

Goderich Tp 88.90 

Golden Tp 7.59 

Gordon Tp 100.31 

Gore Bay T 9 6.58 

Gosfield North Tp 4.10 

Gosfield South Tp 3.72 

Goulbourn Tp 3.3 9 

Grand Bend V 4.01 

Grand Valley V 17.36 

Grattan Tp 4.3 2 

Gravenhurst T 79.94 

Greenock Tp 31.15 

Grey Tp 8 8.48 

Griffith et al tp 3.02 

Grimsby T 5.77 

Guelph C 19.08 

Guelph Tp 3.87 

Hagar Tp 2.7 2 

Hagarty & Richards Tp 3.3 2 

Hagerman Tp 84.59 

Haileybury T 26.86 

Haldimand T 7.24 

Haldimand Tp 2.99 

Hallowell Tp 6.46 

Halton Hills T 5.77 

Hamilton C 8.70 

Hamilton Tp 3.09 

Hanover T 86.70 

Harley Tp 2.00 

Harris Tp 4.3 5 

Harriston T 6. 52 

Harrow T 4 .89 

Harvey Tp 80. 16 

Harwich Tp 4.34 

Hastings V 3.99 

Havelock V 6.29 

Hawkesbury T "6.83 

Hay Tp 83.16 

Head et al Tp 6.96 

Hearst T . 26.76 

Hensall V 99.76 

Hepworth V 3 3.70 

Herschel Tp 85.99 

Hibbert Tp 4.66 

Highgate V 6.24 

Hilliard Tp 4.30 

Hillier Tp 5.04 

643 



2404 THE ONTTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 170/90 

Hilton Beach V 91.00 

Hilton Tp 89.06 

Hinchinbrooke Tp 4.06 

Holland Tp 3 5.83 

Hope Tp 3 . 54 

Hornepayne Tp 97.83 

Horton Tp 4.49 

Howard Tp 3.74 

Howe Island Tp 3.45 

Howick Tp 89.18 

Howland Tp 93 . 35 

Hudson Tp 89.17 

Hullett Tp , 90.52 

Humphrey Tp 8 5.49 

Hungerford Tp 2.92 

Huntingdon Tp 3.10 

Huntsville T 82.64 

Huron Tp 27.36 

Ignace Tp 9 . 14 

Ingersoll T 7.57 

Innisfil Tp 2.69 

Iron Bridge V 97.87 

Iroquois Falls T 37.77 

Iroquois V 9.85 

Jaffray & Melick T 5.19 

James Tp 22.47 

Jocelyn Tp 86.70 

Johnson Tp 87.70 

Joly Tp 88.65 

Kaladar et al Tp 5.26 

Kanata C 2.63 

Kapuskasing T 42.16 

Kearney T 75.49 

Keewatin T 5.60 

Kemptville T 4.84 

Kennebec Tp 3.79 

^ Kenora T 28.00 

Kenyon Tp 5.49 

Keppel Tp 35.45 

Kerns Tp 8.3 2 

Killaloe Station V 5.41 

Kincardine T 85.90 

Kincardine Tp 31.82 

King Tp 15.70 

Kingsford ID 1.65 

Kingston C 6.57 

Kingston Tp 5.81 

Kingsville T 27.97 

644 



O. Reg. 170/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 2405 

Kinloss Tp 29.11 

Kirkland Lake T 6.84 

Kitchener C 9.4 

Kitley Tp , 5.4 6 

La Vallée Tp 1.26 

Laird Tp 87.32 

Lake of Bays Tp 7 5.09 

Lakefield V 5.14 

Lanark Tp 4.15 

Lanark V 4.66 

Lancaster Tp 5.08 

Lancaster V 6.00 

Larder Lake Tp 14.93 

Latchford T 27.60 

Lavant et al Tp 3.11 

Laxton et al Tp 1.13 

Leamington T 32.75 

Limerick Tp 1.55 

Lincoln T 5.53 

Lindsay T 5.4 3 

Lindsay Tp 30.33 

Lion's Head V 34 ,80 

Listowel T 6.34 

Little Current T 94.00 

Lobo Tp 4.46 

Lochiel Tp 83.51 

Logan Tp 4.41 

London C 8.39 

London Tp 4.99 

Longlac T 7.20 

Longueuil Tp 5.4 9 

Loughborough Tp 4.46 

Lucan V 22 . 08 

Lucknow V 37 . 05 

Lutterworth Tp 0.4 8 

L'Orignal V 4.81 

Macdonald et al Tp 89.01 

Machar Tp 87.68 

Machin Tp 4.41 

Madoc Tp 3.4 8 

Madoc V 25.72 

Magnetawan V 84.20 

Maidstone Tp 4.28 

Malahide Tp 5.60 

Maiden Tp 22.64 

Manitouwadge Tp 3 5.64 

Manvers Tp 2.50 

Mara Tp 3.47 

645 



2406 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE Q. Reg. 170/90 

Marathon T 3 3.21 

Mariposa Tp 2.89 

Markdale V 

Markham T 

Marmora and Lake Tp 

Marmora V 

Maryborough Tp 

Massey T 

Matachewan ID 

Matchedash Tp 

Matilda Tp 

Mattawa T 

Mattawan Tp 

Mattice-Val Cote Tp 

Maxville V 

Mayo Tp 

McCrosson and Tovell Tp 

McDougall Tp 

McGarry Tp 

McGillivray Tp 

McKellar Tp 

McKillop Tp 

McMurrich Tp 

McNab Tp 

Meaford T 

Medonte Tp 

Melancthon Tp 

Merrickville V 

Mersea Tp 

Metcalfe Tp 

Michipicoten Tp 

Midland T 

Mildmay V 

Millbrook V 

Milton T 

Milverton V 

xMinto Tp 

Mississauga C 

Mitchell T 

Monmouth Tp 

Mono Tp 

Montague Tp 

Monteagle Tp 

Moonbeam Tp 

Moore Tp 

Moosonee DAB 

Morley Tp 

Mornington Tp 

646 



39. 


08 


18. 


23 


87. 


75 


4 . 


88 


4 . 


77 


7. 


49 


9. 


21 


2. 


02 


6. 


10 


19. 


41 


1. 


31 


43. 


32 


6. 


72 


2. 


16 


21. 


,08 


86. 


,18 


27. 


,72 


4. 


,27 


76. 


,93 


80. 


,97 


93, 


,74 


4, 


.11 


35, 


,32 


3. 


.09 


3 


.90 


4 


.40 


3 


.79 


4 


.53 


26 


.51 


10 


.09 


31 


.48 


3 


.45 


5 


.21 


6 


.49 


5 


.01 


25 


.11 


5 


.92 





.78 


2 


.96 


3 


.95 


86 


.65 


29 


.73 


7 


.29 


29 


.68 


3 


.44 


4 


.78 



f 



O. Reg. 170/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 2407 

Morris Tp 

Morrisburg V 

Morson Tp 

Mosa Tp 

Mount Forest T 

Mountain Tp 

Mulmur Tp 

Murray Tp 

Muskoka Lakes Tp 

Nairn Tp 

Nakina Tp 

Nanticoke C 

Napanee T 

Neebing Tp 

Nepean C 

Neustadt V 

New Liskeard T 

Newboro V 

Newburgh V 

Newbury V 

Newcastle T 

Newmarket T 

Niagara Falls C 

Niagara-on-the-Lake T 

Nichol Tp 

Nickel Centre T 

Nipigon Tp 

Nipissing Tp 

Norfolk Tp 

Normanby Tp 

North Algona Tp 

North Bay C 

North Burgess Tp 

North Crosby Tp 

North Dorchester Tp 

North Dumfries Tp 

North Easthope Tp 

North Elmsley Tp 

North Fredericksburgh Tp 

North Himsworth Tp 

North Marysburg Tp 

North Monaghan Tp 

North Plantagenet Tp 

North York C 

Norwich Tp 

Norwood V 

Nottawasaga Tp 

Oakland Tp 

647 



I 



83. 


26 


5. 


70 


18. 


80 


4. 


07 


5. 


58 


5. 


04 


3. 


31 


3. 


82 


77. 


76 


8. 


96 


7. 


02 


7. 


53 


7. 


68 


3. 


39 


3. 


09 


39. 


64 


7. 


44 


5 


95 


6 


25 


5 


86 


3 


18 


17 


05 


7 


73 


4 


01 


3 


79 


23 


11 


5 


.33 


94 


.23 


7 


.22 


32 


.79 


3 


.56 


6 


.91 


2 


.18 


2 


.75 


4 


.55 


8 


.66 


4 


.30 


3 


.37 


5 


.82 


88 


.28 


4 


.83 


2 


.83 


4 


.15 


5 


.98 


5 


.43 


5 


.64 


3 


.38 


7 


.31 



2408 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Oakville T 

Oil Springs V 

Olden Tp 

Oliver Tp 

Oroemee V 

Onaping Falls T 

Onondaga Tp 

Opasatika Tp 

Ops Tp 

Orangeville T 

Orford Tp 

Orillia C 

Orillia Tp 

Oro Tp 

Osgoode Tp 

Oshawa C 

Osnabruck Tp 

Oso Tp 

Osprey Tp 

Otonabee Tp 

Ottawa C 

Owen Sound C 

Oxford (on Rideau) Tp 

' Connor Tp 

Paipoonge Tp 

Paisley V 

Pakenham Tp 

Palmerston T 

Palmerston & North & South Canonto Tp 

Papineau Tp 

Paris T 

Parkhill T 

Parry Sound T 

Peel Tp 

Pelee Tp 

Pelham T 

Pembroke C 

Pembroke Tp 

Penetanguishene T 

Percy Tp 

Perry Tp 

Perth T 

Petawawa Tp 

Petawawa V 

Peterborough C 

Petrolia T 

Pickering T 

Pickle Lake Tp 

648 



O. Reg. 170/90 


6 


.76 


27 


.00 


3 


.58 


3 


.68 


4 


.27 


24 


.40 


7 


.34 


60 


.38 


3 


.30 


4 


.45 


4 


.78 


6 


.91 


4 


.31 


84 


.28 


2 


.83 


11 


.68 


7 


.04 


4 


.05 


32 


.56 


4, 


.39 


6, 


.51 


21, 


.29 


3, 


.98 


2, 


.95 


4, 


.76 


89. 


,37 


4, 


,43 


6, 


,61 


3, 


,85 


3. 


,00 


9. 


.09 


23. 


.04 


85. 


,71 


4. 


,27 


4. 


,42 


5. 


54 


7. 


21 


4. 


85 


5. 


97 


3. 


30 


87. 


27 


5. 


55 


4. 


89 


5. 


63 


7. 


67 


26. 


92 


21. 


31 


39. 


79 



O. Reg. 170/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 2409 

Picton T 23.52 

Pilkington Tp 3.82 

Pittsburgh Tp 4.4 8 

Plantagenet V 24.61 

Plummer Additional Tp 89.35 

Plympton Tp 3.81 

Point Edward V 7.2 5 

Port Burwell V 6.4 8 

Port Colborne C 8.87 

Port Elgin T 36.62 

Port Hope T 5.08 

Port McNicoll V 26.93 

Port Stanley V 5.26 

Portland Tp 4.98 

Powassan T 89.82 

Prescott ST 8.3 3 

Prince Tp 22 . 60 

Proton Tp 33.25 

Puslinch Tp 3.20 

Radcliffe Tp 2.71 

Raglan Tp 4 . 10 

Rainy River T 5.53 

Raleigh Tp 4.37 

Rama Tp 3.32 

Ramsay Tp 3.7 3 

Ratter & Dunnet Tp 2.28 

Rawdon Tp 3.66 

Rayside - Balfour T 25.51 

Rear of Leeds & Lans. Tp 3.79 

Rear of Yonge & Esc. Tp 3.62 

Red Lake Tp 5.68 

♦ Red Rock Tp 4 0.96 

Renfrew T 7.52 

Richmond Hill T 18.11 

Richmond Tp 6.51 

Rideau Tp 2.8 2 

Ridgetown T 26.59 

Ripley V 36.32 

Rochester Tp 3.84 

Rockcliffe Park V 3.12 

Rockland T 4 . 18 

Rodney V 6.8 

Rolph et al Tp 5.4 7 

Romney Tp 4.9 3 

Ross Tp 5.7 4 

Rosseau V 82.93 

Roxborough Tp 87.71 

Russell Tp 3.53 

649 



2410 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 170/90 

Rutherford & George Island Tp 

Ryerson Tp 

Sandfield Tp 

Sandwich South Tp 

Sandwich West Tp 

Sarawak Tp 

Sarnia C 

Saugeen Tp 

Sault Ste Marie C 

Scarborough C 

Schreiber Tp 

Scugog Tp 

Seaforth T 

Sebastopol Tp 

Seymour Tp 

Shallow Lake V 

Shedden Tp 

Sheffield Tp 

Shelburne T 

Sherborne et al Tp 

Sherwood et al Tp 

Shuniah Tp 

Sidney Tp 

Simcoe T 

Sioux Lookout T 

Sioux Narrows Tp 

Smith Tp 

Smiths Falls ST 

Smooth Rock Falls T 

Snowdon Tp 

Sombra Tp 

Somerville Tp 

Sophiasburgh Tp 

South Algona Tp 

South Crosby Tp 

South Dorchester Tp 

South Dumfries Tp 

South Easthope Tp 

South Elmsley Tp 

South Fredericksburgh Tp 

South Gower Tp 

South Himsworth Tp 

South Marysburg Tp 

South Monaghan Tp 

South Plantagenet Tp 

South River V 

South Sherbrooke Tp 

Southampton T 

650 



102 


.69 


91 


.94 


92 


.41 


4 


.00 


3 


.79 


34 


.40 


17 


.62 


27 


.32 


15 


.57 


5 


.98 


6 


.51 


3 


.39 


88 


.97 


2 


.98 


3 


.49 


39 


.80 


96 


08 


4 


85 


21 


02 


1 


12 


3 


81 


4 


03 


3 


65 


7 


51 


5 


21 


3 


70 


4 


26 


9 


47 


42 


07 





45 


6 


57 


1 


27 


24 


04 


2 


76 


3 


29 


4 


01 


7. 


68 


4. 


44 


3. 


37 


5. 


79 


3. 


77 


89. 


31 


4. 


85 


3. 


02 


5. 


15 


93. 


72 


2. 


69 


31. 


70 



O. Reg. 170/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 2411 

Southwold Tp 7.17 

South-west Oxford Tp 5.03 

Springer Tp 5.09 

Springfield V 5.20 

St Catharines C 6.92 

St Clair Beach V 3.72 

St Edmunds Tp 29.59 

St Isidore de Prescott V 5.62 

St Joseph Tp 87.82 

St Marys ST 27.16 

St Thomas C 8.48 

St Vincent Tp 3 3.32 

Stafford Tp 5.82 

Stanhope Tp 0.9 3 

Stanley Tp 90.66 

Stayner T 29.99 

Stephen Tp 84 . 06 

Stirling V 23.58 

Stoney Creek C 9.52 

Storrington Tp 4.4 

Stratford C 5.4 3 

Strathroy T 6.94 

Strong Tp 86.49 

Sturgeon Falls T 38.30 

Sturgeon Point V 2.51 

Sudbury C 2 3.78 

Sullivan Tp 33 . 68 

Sundridge V 89.44 

Sunnidale Tp 29.65 

Sydenham Tp 3 3.34 

Tara V 35.93 

Tarbutt et al Tp 86.61 

Tay Tp 85.93 

Tecumseh T 3.69 

Tecumseth Tp 3.4 4 

Teeswater V 3 5.57 

Tehkummah Tp 102.65 

Temagami Tp 34.51 

Terrace Bay Tp 30.04 

Thamesville V 28.30 

The Archipelago Tp 52.09 

The North Shore Tp 104 . 09 

The Spanish River Tp 5.39 

Thedford V 8.01 

Thessalon T 85.91 

Thessalon Tp 90.86 

Thompson Tp 106.60 

Thornbury T 32.89 

651 



2412 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 170/90 

Thornloe V 23.91 

Thorold C 8.78 

Thunder Bay C 6.44 

Thurlow Tp 4.24 

Tilbury East Tp 4.12 

Tilbury North Tp 3.74 

Tilbury T 25.71 

Tilbury West Tp 3.96 

Tillsonburg T 7.93 

Timmins C 9.02 

Tiny Tp 3.31 

Tiverton V 45. 38 

Toronto C 5.98 

Tosorontio Tp 24.07 

Tottenham V 2 2.69 

Trenton C 6.24 

Trout Creek T 85.58 

Tuckersmith Tp 82.53 

Tudor and Cashel Tp 1.83 

Turnberry Tp 91.19 

Tweed V 4.3 

Tyendinaga Tp 4.68 

Usborne Tp 77.82 

Uxbridge Tp 3.3 2 

Val Rita-Harty Tp 42.61 

Valley East T 23.16 

Vanier C 6.3 2 

Vankleek Hill T 22.68 

Vaughan T 19.2 6 

Verulam Tp 2.69 

Vespra Tp 80. 15 

Victoria Harbour V 21.32 

Vienna V 6.68 

Wainfleet Tp 6. 16 

Walden T 28.31 

Walkerton T 84.85 

Wallace Tp 5.48 

^ Wallaceburg T 8.47 

Wardsville V 6.45 

Warwick Tp 4 . 50 

Wasaga Beach T 84.20 

Waterloo C 9.45 

Watford V 6.69 

Webbwood T 5.43 • 

Welland C 9.23 

Wellesley Tp 7.93 

Wellington V 5.89 

West Carleton Tp 86.80 

652 



O. Reg. 170/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2413 



West Garafraxa Tp 

West Gwillimbury Tp 

West Hawkesbury Tp 

West Lincoln Tp 

West Lome V 

West Luther Tp 

West Nissouri Tp 

West Wawanosh Tp 

West Williams Tp 

Westmeath Tp 

Westminster T 

Westport V 

Wheatley V 

Whitby T 

Whitchurch -Stouf feville T 

White River Tp 

Wiarton T 

Wilberforce Tp 

Williamsburgh Tp 

Wilmot Tp 

Winchester Tp 

Winchester V 

Windsor C 

Wingham T 

Wolfe Island Tp 

Wolford Tp 

Wollaston Tp 

Woodstock C 

Woodville V 

Woolwich Tp 

Worthington Tp 

Wyoming V 

Yarmouth Tp 

York C 

Zone Tp 

Zorra Tp 

Zurich V 



3. 


72 


2. 


87 


4. 


52 


5. 


80 


6. 


88 


4. 


90 


4. 


77 


91. 


02 


3. 


96 


5 


18 


5 


26 


4 


54 


25 


78 


5 


29 


16 


59 


5 


51 


82 


70 


4 


51 


7 


26 


8 


22 


92 


98 


5 


40 


17 


.77 


86 


.53 


5 


.03 


4 


.28 


1 


.96 


7 


.50 


21 


.11 


8 


.81 


6 


.72 


26 


.31 


4 


.87 


5 


.98 


4 


.30 


5 


.19 


92 


.24 



UPPER-TIER MUNICIPALITIES 



Brant County 
Haldimand - Norfolk R 
Huron County 
Waterloo R 
Sudbury R 



8.81 

7.36 
84.50 

9.20 
23.90 
O. Reg. 170/90, Sched. 



17/90 



653 



2414 O. Reg. 171/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 172/90 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE ACT 

O. Reg. 171/90. 

Fees — Repair and Storage Liens Act, 1989. 
Made— March 21st, 1990. 
Filed— April 9th, 1990. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE ACT 

FEES— REPAIR AND STORAGE LIENS ACT, 

1989 

1. The fees and allowances set out in this Regula- 
tion are payable in respect of an application or the 
enforcement of a writ of seizure or a direction to 
seize under the Repair and Storage Liens Act, 1989. 
O. Reg. 171/90, s. 1. 

2. — (1) The following fees are payable in the 
Supreme Court and in the District Court: 



1. To file an application 

2. To issue an initial certificate . 

3. To file a notice of objection . 

4. To issue a final certificate . . . . 

5 . To issue a writ of seizure 



$25.00 
10.00 
12.00 
10.00 
25.00 



6. To file a waiver of further claim 

and a receipt No charge 

(2) The following fees are payable in the Small 
Claims Court: 

1. To file an application $25.00 

2. To issue an initial certificate 3.00 

3. To file a notice of objection 12.00 

4. To issue a final certificate 3.00 

5. To issue a writ of seizure 7.25 

\ 

6. To file a waiver of further claim 

and a receipt No charge 

O. Reg. 171/90, s. 2. 
3. — (1) The following fees are payable to sheriffs: 

1. To file a writ of seizure $25.00 

2. For each attempt to enforce a writ 
of seizure, exclusive of travelling 
allowances and reasonable and 
necessary actual disbursements 90 . 00 



3. To file a direction to seize . 



25.00 



4. For each attempt to enforce a 
direction to seize, exclusive of trav- 
elling allowances and reasonable 
and necessary actual disbursements $90.00 

(2) The following fees are payable to bailiffs: 

1. To file a writ of seizure $5.50 

2. For each attempt to enforce a writ 
of seizure, exclusive of travelling 
allowances and reasonable and 
necessary actual disbursements 37.00 

(3) The allowance payable to sheriffs and bailiffs 
for kilometres necessarily travelled in an attempt to 
enforce a writ of seizure is the kilometre allowance as 
set out in Ontario Regulation 283/82 (Kilometre 
Allowances). 

(4) The allowance payable to sheriffs for kilo- 
metres necessarily travelled in an attempt to enforce 
a direction to seize is the kilometre allowance as set 
out in Ontario Regulation 283/82 (Kilometre 
Allowances). O. Reg. 171/90, s. 3. 

17/90 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE ACT 

O. Reg. 172/90. 

Fees and Expenses — ^Justices of the Peace. 
Made— April 4th, 1990. 
Filed— April 9th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 620/85 

MADE UNDER THE 

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE ACT 

1. — (1) Subsection 1 (1) of Ontario Regulation 
620/85, as remade by section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 708/89, is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted: 

(1) A justice of the peace shall be paid the follow- 
ing fees in respect of duties performed on or after the 
1st day of April, 1990 if the justice of the peace is 
not, 

(a) a full-time justice of the peace paid by sala- 
ry; or 

(b) a justice of the peace who is also employed 
in the public service of Ontario: 

1. Receiving and swearing an informa- 
tion, 



654 



O. Reg. 172/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2415 



information portion of a sum- 
mary conviction ticket or an 
information charging a park- 
ing by-law violation $ .64 



ii. all other information other 
than an information to obtain 
a search warrant 

2. Swearing an affidavit including an affi- 
davit of service 

3. Considering the issue of process and, 
where appropriate, issuing process in 
matters other than where the informa- 
tion charges a parking by-law viola- 
tion, 

i. considering the issue of pro- 
cess where no process issued 

ii. considering the issue and 
issuing the summons and a 
copy 

iii. considering the issue of a 
warrant and issuing the 
warrant 

4. Considering the issue of process and, 
where appropriate, issuing process on 
an information charging a parking by- 
law violation including a summons and 
the copy thereof, 

i. considering the issue of pro- 
cess where no process issued 

ii. considering the issue of pro- 
cess and issuing process 
including a summons and 
copy thereof 

' 5. Considering the issue and, where 
appropriate, issuing a warrant where a 
summons has been issued in the first 
instance, 

i. considering the issue of a 
warrant where no warrant 
issued 

ii. considering the issue where a 
warrant is issued 

6. Considering and, where appropriate, 
confirming the issue of an appearance 
notice, promise to appear or recogni- 
zance entered into before an officer- 
in-charge or a summons served under 
section 23 of the Provincial Offences 
Act, 

i. considering the confirmation 
where the documents are not 
confirmed 



1.32 



.64 



1.32 



1.32 



1.32 



.64 



.64 



1.32 
1.32 



1.32 



considering the confirmation 
where the documents have 
beenconfirmed $ 1.32 



Issuing subpoena (one per case) to wit- 
nesses, unless the justice of the peace 
or the court considers it necessary or 
desirable to issue more than one 



8 . Copy of subpoena for a witness . 



9. — (1) Receiving and swearing an infor- 
mation for a search warrant or receiv- 
ing a report in writing under section 
181 of the Criminal Code (Canada).... 

(2) Considering the issue of a search war- 
rant where no search warrant issued .. 

(3) Considering the issue of a search war- 
rant and, if appropriate, issuing a 



10. 



11. 



search warrant . 



.64 



.42 



1.32 



2.64 



2.64 



Attending to remand prisoners, to 
adjourn show cause hearings before 
the commencement of taking evi- 
dence, to take undertakings with or 
without conditions or to take recogni- 
zances of bail where the judicial inter- 
im release orders have already been 
made and a surety is named or not 
required, including the preparation 
and completion of all documents, 

i. per attendance between the 
hours of 8 a.m. and 12 mid- 
night 13.83 

ii. per attendance between the 
hours of 12 midnight and 8 
a.m 27.66 

Conducting one or more judicial inter- 
im release hearings or examining sure- 
ties, including preparation of all neces- 
sary documents such as judicial 
interim release orders, warrants of 
remand, undertakings or recogni- 
zances where the accused are released 
immediately following the hearing and 
the completion of warrants of commit- 
tal where the accused are not released, 

i. for the first hour or part 

thereof 51.04 

ii. for each additional hour or 

part thereof.. 20.40 



12. Adjourning cases and setting dates for 
trial as assigned by a provincial judge, 

i. for the first hour or part 

thereof 51.04 



655 



2416 



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O. Reg. 172/90 



ii. for each additional hour or 

part thereof $20.40 

13. Carrying out the duties of a justice of 
the peace as assigned by a provincial 
judge, other than duties described in 
paragraphs 11, 12, 14, 15, 16 and 17, 
but including pleas of guilty with an 
explanation for each hour or part 
thereof 16.80 

14. Carrying out the duties of a justice of 
the peace as assigned by a provincial 
judge, to hear and determine prosecu- 
tions in a provincial offences court or a 
summary conviction court, including 
pleas of guilty with an explanation, 
where these sittings precede the sit- 
tings designated for not guilty pleas or 
where the justice of the peace is 
assigned by the provincial judge to 
attend at a location solely for receiving 
pleas of guilty with an explanation, 

i. for the first hour or part 

thereof 51.04 

ii. for each additional hour or 

part thereof 20.40 

15. Receiving an information and swear- 
ing the same under section 10 of the 
Mental Health Act and conducting a 
hearing in respect of a request for an 
order for examination in the pre- 
scribed form, 

i. for the first hour or part 

thereof 51.04 

ii. for each additional hour or 

part thereof 20.40 

16. Presiding as a justice of the peace at a 
hearing under section 446 of the 
Criminal Code (Canada) concerning 
the return or detention of things seized 
by a peace officer or other person, 

"^ i. for the first hour or part 

thereof 51.04 



ii. for each additional hour or 

part thereof 20.40 

17. Presiding as a justice of the peace at 
night court sittings in The Municipality 
of Metropolitan Toronto for any pur- 
pose other than receiving pleas of 
guilty with an explanation, in addition 
to regular daily duties, 

i. for the first hour or part 

thereof 59.35 



ii. for each additional half hour 

or part thereof $13.30 



18. Preparing a copy of a writing or certifi- 
cate, or both a writing and a certificate 
including a conviction or order upon 
the request of any person, per page ... 



19. Attendance to take any recognizance 
other than a recognizance of bail (in- 
cluding preparation and completion of 
recognizance and copies) 

20. Preparing a bill of costs, when made 
out in detail upon the request of a par- 
ty to the proceedings 



21. 



22. 



Receiving money and issuing an offi- 
cial receipt therefor in respect of a fine 
or costs, or both, on behalf of a pro- 
vincial court 



1.94 



2.64 



.64 



.64 



Attending at the direction of the sher- 
iff for the drafting of a panel of jurors 
under sections 17 and 19 of the Juries 
Act, per hour 13.62 



23. Solemnizing a marriage 9.85 

O. Reg. 172/90, s. 1 (1). I 

(2) Section 1 of the Regulation, as amended 
by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
188/86, section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
695/87, section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
708/88, section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
195/89, section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
387/89 and section 1 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 708/89, is further amended by add- 
ing the following subsection: 

(4c) Despite subsections (4), (4a) and (4b), for 
duties performed on or after the 1st day of April, 
1990, a justice of the peace shall not be paid fees 
under this section in excess of $2,100 for any four- 
teen-day period commencing on the 2nd day of 
April, 1990 and every second Monday thereafter and 
ending on Sunday of the following week. O. Reg. 
172/90, s. 1 (2). 

2. — (1) Subsection 2 (4b) of the Regulation, as 
made by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
456/86 and amended by section 2 of 
Ontario Regulation 708/88 and section 2 
of Ontario Regulation 708/89, is revoked 
and the following substituted: 

(4b) In an area within a territorial district where, 
in the opinion of the Chief Judge of the Provincial 
Court (Criminal Division) it is not feasible because of 
the area's remoteness to provide justice of the peace 
services on a fee basis, a justice of the peace designat- 
ed by the Chief Judge to be available on an occasion- 



656 



O. Reg. 172/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 173/90 2417 



al basis shall be paid an allowance of $27.66, $56.49 
or S84. 14 per week, based on the workload of the jus- 
tice, as determined by the Chief Judge, 

(a) to perform justice of the peace duties; 

(b) to assist with community legal education; 
and 

(c) to provide interpretation and other services 
in court proceedings involving native 
persons. O. Reg. 172/90, s. 2 (1). 



(2) Subsection 2 (7) of the Regulation, as 
remade by section 2 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 708/89, is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

(7) The allowances set out in subsections (1) to 
(4b) apply in respect of duties performed on or after 
the 1st day of April, 1990. O. Reg. 172/90, s. 2 (2). 

17/90 



PROVINCIAL OFFENCES ACT 

O. Reg. 173/90. 

Proceedings Commenced by Certificate of 

Offence. 
Made— April 4th, 1990. 
Filed— April 9th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 817 OF REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

PROVINCIAL OFFENCES ACT 

1. Schedule 40 to Regulation 817 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as remade by section 
1 of Ontario Regulation 517/81, is revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

Schedute40 

Public Lands Act 



Item 


COLLMN 1 


Column 2 


1. 


Unlawfully erect or cause to be erected a building or structure 


subsection 13(3) 


2. 


Unlawfully make or cause to be made an improvement 


subsection 13(3) 


3. 


Contravene or cause to be contravened a term or condition of a permit 


subsection 13(3) 


4. 


Fail to obtain a work permit 


subsection 13a(l) 


5. 


Contravene conditions of a work permit 


subsection 13a(l) 


6. 


Unlawfully deposit or cause to be deposited any material, substance or 
thing 


subsection 25(1) 


7. 


Disobey sign 


subsection 26(2) 


8. 


Travel on closed road 


subsection 49(5) 


9. 


Remove or deface a barricade 


subsection 49(5) 


10. 


Remove or deface a light 


subsection 49(5) 


11. 


Remove or deface a notice 


subsection 49(5) 



17/90 



O. Reg. 173/90. s. 1. 



657 



2418 O. Reg. 174/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 176/90 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE ACT GAME AND FISH ACT 



O. Reg. 174/90. 

Salaries and Benefits. 
Made— April 4th, 1990. 
Filed— April 9th, 1990. 



1. 



2. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 
ONTARIO REGULATION 398/84 

MADE UNDER THE 
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE ACT 

Subsection 1 (2) of Ontario Regulation 
398/84, as remade by section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 707/89, is amended by strik- 
ing out "January, 1989" in the fifth line 
and substituting "April, 1990". 

Tables 1 and 2 of the Regulation, as 
remade by section 2 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 707/89, are revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted: 

TABLE 1 



Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Level 


Annual Salary 

on and after 

January 1,1989 


Annual Salary 
on and after 
April 1,1990 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


$31,961 
33,293 
34,624 
35,990 
37,868 


$40,376 
42,059 
43,740 
45,466 
47,839 



O. Reg. 174/90, s. 2, part. 



TABLE 2 



Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Level 


Annual Salary 

on and after 

January 1,1989 


Annual Salary 
on and after 
April 1,1990 


1 
2 
3 
4 
5 


$36,229 
37,731 
39,644 
41,626 
43,708 


$45,768 
47,666 
50,082 
52,586 
55,215 



O. Reg. 174/90, s. 2, part. 



n/90 



O. Reg. 175/90. 

Open Seasons — Game Birds. 
Made— April 4th, 1990. 
Filed— April 10th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 501/81 

MADE UNDER THE 

GAME AND FISH ACT 

1. — (1) Column 4 of item 8 of Schedule 5 to 
Ontario Regulation 501/81, as remade by 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 192/83, is 
amended by striking out "6 males and 4 
females" and substituting "10 of either 
sex". 

(2) Column 5 of item 8 of Schedule 5, as 
remade by section 1 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 192/83, is amended by striking out 
"6 males and 4 females" and substituting 
"10 of either sex". 



(3) 



(4) 



17/90 



Column 4 of item 9 of Schedule 5, as 
remade by section 1 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 192/83, is amended by striking out 
"3 males and 2 females" and substitutii^ 
"5 of either sex". 

Column 5 of item 9 of Schedule 5, as 
remade by section 1 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 192/83, is amended by striking out 
"3 males and 2 females" and substituting 
"5 of either sex". 



PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 176/90. 

Zoning Areas — District of Kenora, Part of 

the Sioux Lookout Planning Area. 
Made— April 3rd, 1990. 
Filed— April 10th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 25/86 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

1. Ontario Regulation 25/86 is amended by 
adding the following section: 



658 



O. Reg. 176/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 178/90 2419 



87.— (1) Although the land described in subsec- 
tion (2) is shown on the maps referred to in section 4 
as being in a Natural Resource Area Zone, it shall be 
deemed to be in a General Commercial Zone to 
which Part VI applies. 

(2) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land in 
the geographic Township of Drayton in the Territori- 
al District of Kenora, being composed of part of Lot 
23 in Concession III, designated as Part I on Refer- 
ence Plan 23R-7810 deposited in the Land Registry 
Office for the Land Titles Division of Kenora (No 
23). O. Reg. 176/90, s. 1. 

Peter W. Boles 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 3rd day of April, 1990. 

17/90 



CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES ACT, 1984 

O. Reg. 177/90. 

General. 

Made— April 4th, 1990. 

Filed— April 10th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 550/85 

MADE UNDER THE 

CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES ACT, 1984 

1. Subsection 58 (13) of Ontario Regulation 
550/85 is amended by striking out "three 
years" in the last line and substituting 
"year". 



17/90 



RETAIL SALES TAX ACT 

O. Reg. 178/90. 

Definitions by Minister. 
Made— April 5th, 1990. 
Filed— April 11th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 
REGULATION 903 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 
OF ONTARIO, 1980 
MADE UNDER THE 

RETAIL SALES TAX ACT 



1. Schedule 1 to Regulation 903 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as amend- 
ed by section 6 of Ontario Regulation 
396/87, is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted: 

Schedule 1 

ORGANIZATIONS SUBSTANTIALLY 

ASSISTED OR SUPPORTED FINANCIALLY 

FROM PUBLIC FUNDS OF THE PROVINCE OF 

ONTARIO PRESCRIBED BY THE MINISTER 

FOR THE PURPOSE OF CLAUSE 7 (2) (g) OF 

THE ACT 



Item 
Number 

\. 
2. 



Organization 
Art Gallery of Ontario 

Board of Governors of an Ontario 
College of Applied Arts and Technology 

3. Board of Governors of the Ontario 
College of Art 

4. Board of Governors of an Ontario 
University and Ryerson Polytechnical 
Institute 

5. CJRT-FM Inc. 

6. College of Agricultural Technology 
(Alfred) 

7. College of Agricultural Technology 
(Centralia) 

8. College of Agricultural Technology 
(Kemptville) 

9. College of Agricultural Technology 
(New Liskeard) 

10. College of Agricultural Technology 
(Ridgetown) 

1 1 . Huronia Historical Advisory Council 

12. McMichael Canadian Art Collection 

13. Old Fort William Advisory Committee 

14. Ontario Agricultural Museum 

15. Ontario Heritage Foundation 

16. Ontario Institute for Studies in 
Education 

17. Ontario Place Corporation 

18. Ontario Science Centre 

19. Provincial Parks Council 

20. Royal Botanical Gardens 

21. Royal Ontario Museum 

22. St. Lawrence Parks Commission 



659 



2420 O. Reg. 178/90 

23. Science North 
24 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 180/90 



Thunder Bay Ski Jumps Limited 

O. Reg. 178/90, s. 1. 

Remo Mancini 
Minister of Revenue 

Dated at Toronto, this 5th day of April, 1990. 

17/90 

RETAIL SALES TAX ACT 

O. Reg. 179/90. 

Definitions by Minister. 
Made— April 5th, 1990. 
Filed— April 11th, 1990. 



1. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 903 OF 
REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 
RETAIL SALES TAX ACT 

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



28. For the purposes of section 2c of the Act, 
"passenger car" means a vehicle with a seating 
capacity of nine or less, but does not inlcude an all- 
terrain vehicle, a competition car, an antique repro- 
duction vehicle, a motorcycle, a truck, a trailer, a 
vehicle constructed on a truck chassis or a vehicle 
with special features for occasional off-road 
operation. O. Reg. 179/90, s. 1. 

2. This Regulation shall be deemed to have 
come into force on the 1st day of July, 
1989. 

Remo Mancini 
Minister of Revenue 

Dated at Toronto, this 5th day of April, 1990. 



17/90 



PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 180/90. 

Restriced Areas — County of Ontario (now 
The Regional Municipality of Durham), 
Township of Pickering (now the Town of 
Pickering). 

Made— March 30th, 1990. 

Filed— April 11th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 102/72 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

1. Ontario Regulation 102/72 is amended by 
adding the following section: 

75. — (1) Despite section 1 of this Order, for the 
purpose of this section, 

"dwelling unit" means one or more habitable rooms 
occupied or capable of being occupied as an inde- 
pendent and separate housekeeping establishment 
in which separate kitchen and sanitary facilities are 
provided for the exclusive use of the unit with a 
private entrance from outside the building or from 
a common hallway or stairway inside the building; 

"single dwelling" means a separate unit containing 
only one dwelling unit. 

(2) Despite any other provision of this Order, a 
second dwelling unit together with buildings and 
structures accessory thereto, may be erected and 
used on the land described in subsection (3) if the fol- 
lowing requirements are met with respect to the loca- 
tion of the second dwelling: 

Minimum front yard 40 feet 

Minimum northerly side 

yard 50 feet 

Minimum southerly side 

yard 1510 feet 

Minimum rear yard 25 feet 

(3) Subsections (1) and (2) apply to that parcel of 
land situate in the Town of Pickering in The Regional 
Municipality of Durham, formerly in the Township of 
Pickering in the County of Ontario, being composed 
of that part of Lot 5, Concession VI, described as fol- 
lows: 

Premising that the bearing of the east limit of 
Lot 5 is north 17° 41' west and relating all bear- 
ings used herein thereto; 

Commencing at a point in the east limit of the 
Lot distant 2,495.50 feet south from the north- 
east angle of the Lot, the point of commence- 
ment being in line with a rail fence running west- 
erly; 

Thence south 17° 41' east 1,660.10 feet along the 
east limit of Lot 5 to a point in line with a rail 
fence running westerly; 

Thence south 72° 9' 40" west 1,299.57 feet more 
or less along the rail fence to a point in the fence 
marking the existing west limit of Lot 5; 



660 



O. Reg. 180/90 



Thence north 17° 52' 10" west 1,695.29 feet 
along the fence marking the existing west limit of 
Lot 5 to a f)oint of intersection with the rail fence 
running westerly from the point of commence- 
ment; 

Thence north 72° 7' 40" east 1,304.78 feet along 
the rail fence to the point of commencement. 
O. Reg. 180/90, s. 1. 

Diana Linn Jardine 
Director 
Plans Administration Branch 

Central and Southwest 
Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 30th day of March, 1990. 

17/90 



CROWN EMPLOYEES COLLECTIVE 
BARGAINING ACT 

O. Reg. 181/90. 

General. 

Made— April 10th, 1990. 

Filed— April 12th, 1990. 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 181/90 2421 

2. Alan R. Barker Ambulance Service. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 232 OF 

REVISED REGLXATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

CROWN EMPLOYEES COLLECTIVE 

BARGAINING ACT 

1. Section 1 of Regulation 232 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as amend- 
ed by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
41/87 and section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
351/89, is further amended by adding the 
following subsection: 

(2) For the purpose of subsection 1 (2) of the Act, 
the employer may be represented in respect of their 
respective ambulance service employees by the fol- 
lowing: 

1. B. & D. Powell Management Ltd., carrying 
on business as Amprior & Kanata Ambu- 
lance Services. 



3. Beaverton & District AmbulaiKe Service 
Ltd. 

4. Brant County Ambulance Service Limited. 

5. City Ambulance Service of Quinte Limited. 

6. Lakeshore Emergency Service Inc., carry- 
ing on business as Lakeshore Ambulance 
Service. 

7. Danver Ambulance Service Inc.. carrying 
on business as Flamborough District Ambu- 
lance. 

8. The District of Halton & Mississauga 
Ambulance Service Ltd. 

9. 501781 Ontario Limited, carrying on busi- 
ness as Fleetwood Ambulance. 

10. 548652 Ontario Limited, carrying on busi- 
ness as Gananoque Provincial Ambulance 
Service. 

11. Lambton, Middlesex Ambulance Service 
Limited. 

12. Lee Ambulance Service Limited. 

13. McKechnie Ambulance Service Inc. 

14. Owen Sound Emergency Services Inc. 

15. 677700 Ontario Inc. , carrying on business as 
Port Colboume and District Ambulance 
Service. 

16. 760472 Ontario Inc. , carrying on business as 
Rockland / Orleans Ambulance Service. 

17. Royal City Ambulance Service Ltd. 

18. Superior Ambulance ( 1 986) Limited . 

19. Thames Valley Ambulance Limited. 

20. 790711 Ontario Limited, carrying on busi- 
ness as Uxbridge Stouffville Ambulance 
Service. 

21. Woodstock Ambulance Limited. O. Reg. 
181/90, s. 1. 



17/90 



661 



2422 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 182/90 

FREEDOM OF INFORMATION AND PROTECTION OF PRIVACY ACT, 1987 

O. Reg. 182/90. 

General. 

Made— February 23rd, 1990. 

Filed— April 12th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 532/87 

MADE UNDER THE 

FREEDOM OF INFORMATION AND PROTECTION OF PRIVACY ACT, 1987 

1. The Schedule to Ontario Regulation 532/87, as remade by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
677/87 and amended by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 286/88, section 1 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 436/88, section 1 of Ontario Regulation 180/89, section 1 of Ontario Regulation 270/89, 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 320/89 and section 1 of Ontario Regulation 704/89, is further 
amended by striking out, 
Public Service Superannuation Board Chairman of Management Board of Cabinet 



17/90 



662 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTTARIO 2423 

INDEX 17 

GOVERNMENT NOTICES AVIS DU GOUVERNEMENT 

Motor Vehicle Transport Act. 1987/Loi de 1987 sur les transports routiers 2305 

Certificates of Incorporation/Certificats de constitution 2343 

Certificates of Incorporation Issued/Certificats de constitution délivrés 2359 

Letters Patent of Incorporation Issued/Lettres patentes constitutives délivrées 2359 

Letters Patent of Amalgamation Issued/Lettres patentes de fusion délivrées 2362 

Certificates of Continuance/Certificats de prorogation 23d3 

Transfer of Ontario Corporations/Transfert de compagnies ontariennes 2363 

Amendments to Articles/Modifications aux statuts 2363 

Articles of Revival/Statuts de reconstitution 2368 

Certificates of Amendment of Articles Issued/Certificats de modification des statuts délivres... 2368 

Supplementary' Letters Patent Issued/Lettres patentes supplémentaires délivrées 2369 

Extra-Provincial Licences Endorsed/Permis extraprovinciaux inscrits 2369 

Certificates of Dissolution/Certificats de dissolution 2369 

Certificates of Dissolution Issued/Certificats de dissolution délivrés 2370 

Cancellation of Certificates of Incorporation (Corporations Tax Act DefauIters)/Annulation de 

certificats de constitution (défaut d'observer la Loi sur l'imposition des personnes morales) 2370 

Erratum 2373 

Change of Name Act/Loi sur le changement de nom 2373 

Pesticides Act/Loi sur les pesticides 2376 

Ministry of Revenue — Interest Rates/Ministère du Revenue — taux d'intérêt 2377 

Applications to Provincial Parliament — Private Bills/Demandes au Parlement provincial — 

Projets de loi d'intérêt privé 2377 

Petitions to Provincial Parliament/Petitions au Parlement provincial 2377 

Applications to Provincial Parliament/Demandes au Parlement provincial 2378 

CORPORATION NOTICES/AVIS RELATIFS AUX COMPAGNIES 2384 

MISCELLANEOUS NOTICES/ AVIS DIVERS 2386 

SHERIFFS" SALES OF LANDSA/ENTES DE TERRAINS PAR LE SHÉRIF 2388 

SALES OF LANDS FOR TAX ARREARS BY PUBLIC TENDER/VENTES DE TERRAINS 

PAR APPEL D'OFFRES POUR ARRIÉRÉ D'IMPÔT 2388 

SALES OF LANDS FOR TAX ARREARS BY PUBLIC AUCTION/VENTES DE TERRAINS 

AUX ENCHÈRES PUBLIQUES POUR ARRIÉRÉ D'IMPÔT 2390 

PUBLICATIONS UNDER THE REGULATIONS ACT 

PUBLICATIONS EN VERTU DE LA LOI SUR LES RÈGLEMENTS 

Administration of Justice Act O. Reg. 171/90 2414 

Administration of Justice Act O. Reg. 172/90 2414 

Child and Family Services Act. 1984 O. Reg. 177/90 2419 

Crown Employees Collective Bargaining Act O. Reg. 181/90 2421 

Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, 1987 O. Reg. 182/90 2422 

Game and Fish Act O. Reg. 175/90 2418 

Justices of the Peace Act O. Reg. 174/90 2418 

Ontario Unconditional Grants Act O. Reg. 170/90 2393 

Planning Act. 1983 O. Reg. 176/90 2418 

Planning Act. 1983 O. Reg. 180/90 2420 

Provincial Offences Act O. Reg. 173/90 2417 

Retail Sales Tax Act O. Reg. 178/90 2419 

Retail Sales Tax Act O. Reg. 179/90 2420 



2424 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



,\ 




Ontario 



Information 

The Ontario Gazette is published each Saturday and advertisements must be 
received no later than Thursday 4 p.m., 9 days before publication of the issue in which 
they should appear. 

Advertisements including the names of any signing officers must be typed or written 
legibly. Advertising rates are: $14.40 per 25 mm for a single column and $29.20 per 
25 mm for a double column. 

Subscription rate is $104.00 for 52 weekly issues and the single copy price $2.25; pay- 
able in advance. All rates are subject to increases without notice. 

Cheques or money orders should be rnade payable to THE TREASURER OF 
ONTARIO and all correspondence, including address changes, should be mailed to: 

The Ontario Gazette 

5th Floor, 880 Bay Street, Toronto, Ontario M7A 1N8 

Telephone 326-5310 

Toil-Free 1-800-668-9938 



Information 

La Gazette de L'Ontario paraît chaque samedi, et les annonces à y insérer doi- 
vent parvenir à ses bureaux le jeudi à 16 h au plus tard, soit au moins neuf jours avant 
la parution du numéro dans lequel elles figureront. 

Les annonces, ainsi que le nom des signataires autorisés, doivent être dactylographiées 
ou écrites lisiblement. Les tarifs sont de 14,40$ par 25 mm, pour une colonne, et de 
29,20 $ par 25 mm, pour deux colonnes. 

Le tarif d'abonnement est de 104,00 $ pour 52 numéros hebdomadaires, et le tarif au 
numéro, de 2,25 $ (payable à l'avance). Tous les tarifs peuvent être augmentés sans 
préavis. 

Les chèques ou mandats doivent être faits à l'ordre DU TRÉSORIER DE L'ON- 
TARIO et toute correspondance, y compris les changements d'adresse, doit être 
adressée à : 

La Gazette de l'Ontario 
880, rue Bay, 5^ étage, Toronto, (Ontario) M7A 1N8 

Téléphone 326-5310 j 

Appel sans frais 1-800-668-9938 | 



O Reg. 183/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 185/90 2515 



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



I99(»— ().S_5 



FARM PRODUCTS GRADES AND SALES 
ACT 

O. Reg. 183/90. 

Grain. 

Made— April 4th, 1990. 

Filed— April 17th, 1990. 



1. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 653/84 

MADE UNT)ER THE 

FARM PRODUCTS GRADES 

AND SALES ACT 

Section 4 of Ontario Regulation 653/84, 
as remade by section 1 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 351/86, is amended by adding the 
following subsection: 

(la) An application for the renewal of a licence 
der subsection (1) shall be made on or before the 
St day of March next following the day the licence 
ssued. O. Reg. 183/90, s. 1. 

90 



ÎRAIN ELEVATOR STORAGE ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 184/90. 

General. 

Made— April 4th, 1990. 

Filed— April 17th, 1990. 



REGUTATION TO AMEND 
ONTARIO REGULATION 420/84 

MADE UNDER THE 

GRAIN ELEVATOR STORAGE 

ACT, 1983 

Section 1 of Ontario Regulation 420/84, 
as remade by section 1 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 548/89, is amended by adding the 
following subsection: 

) An application for the renewal of a grain ele- 
r operator's licence shaU be made on or before 



the 31st day of March next following the day the 
licence is issued. O Reg. 184/90, s. 1. 

18/90 



NIAGARA ESCARPMENT PLANNING AND 
DEVELOPMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 185/90. 

Designation of Area of Development 

Control. 
Made— April 9th, 1990. 
Filed— April 18th, 1990. 



663 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGLXATION 683 OF 

REVISED REGLXATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UTVDER THE 

NUGARA ESCARPMENT PLANNING AND 

DEVELOPMENT ACT 

1. Paragraph 30 of the Schedule to Regula- 
tion 683 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980, as remade by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 558/87, is revoked 
and the following substituted: 

30. In the Town of Lincoln, in The Regional 
Municipality of Niagara, described as follows: 

Beginning at the point of intersection of the east- 
eriy boundary of the Town of Lincoln and the 
southeriy limit of Regional Road Number 81 ; 

Thence westerly along the southeriy limit of the 
Regional Road to intersect the easterly limit of 
Lot 18 in Concession V of the former Township 
of Louth the point being an angle in the Devel- 
opment Control Area as shown on a Plan filed in 
the Program Services Branch of the Ministry of 
Municipal Affairs, Toronto as Map Number 159; 

Thence in a general westerly direction following 
the northeriy limits of the Development Control 
Area to intersect a line parallel with and distant 
60.96 metres measured southerly at right angles 
from the southeriy limit of Regional Road Num- 
ber 81 in Lot 2 in Concession V of the former 
Township of Clinton; 



2518 



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O.Reg. 188/90 



1. Regulation 341 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 is amended by adding the 
following section: 

APPOINTMENT OF AGENTS 

11a. The Commission authorizes the Apple Com- 
mission to appoint agents, to prescribe their duties 
and conditions of employment and to provide for 
their remuneration. O. Reg. 188/90, s . 1. 



Ontario Farm Products Marketing 
Commission: 

R. E. Duckworth 
Chairman 

Gloria Marco Borys 
Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 12th day of April, 1990. 
18/90 



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INDEX 18 

GOVERNMENT NOTICES/ A VIS DU GOUVERNEMENT 

Criminal Code/Code criminel 2425 

Motor Vehicle Transport Act, 1987/Lx)i de 1987 sur les transports routiers 2426 

Certificates of Incorporation/Certificats de constitution 2452 

Certificates of Incorporation Issued/Certificats de constitution délivrés 2466 

Letters Patent of Incorporation Issued/Lettres patentes constitutives délivrées 2466 

Certificates of Amalgamation/Certificats de fusion 2468 

Corrected Certificates of Amalgamation/Certificats de fusion rectifiés 2469 

Certificates of Amalgamation Issued/Certificats de fusion délivrés 2469 

Certificates of Continuance/Certificats de prorogation 2469 

Transfer of Ontario Corporations/Transfert de compagnies ontariennes 2470 

Amendments to Articles/Modifications aux statuts 2470 

Articles of Revival/Statuts de reconstitution 2477 

Corrected Certificates of Amendments to Articles/Certificats rectifiés de modification 

aux statuts 2478 

Corrected Certificates of Articles of Incorporation/Certificats rectifiés de statuts constitutifs.... 2478 

Extra-Provincial Licences Endorsed/Permis extraprovinciaux inscrits 2478 

Certificates of Dissolution/Certificats de dissolution 2478 

Decisions on Applications for Audit Exemption/Décisions quant aux demandes de dispense en 

matière de vérification 2479 

Surrender of Charter and Termination of Existence (Corporations Act)/ Abandon de charte et 

dissolution (Loi sur les compagnies et associations) 2480 

Cancellation for Cause (Business Corporations Act)/ Annulation pour motifs suffisants 

(Loi sur les compagnies) 2480 

Notice of Default in Complying with the Corporations Tax Act/ Avis de défaut d'observer la 

Loi sur l'imposition des f)ersonnes morales 2481 

Cancellation of Certificates of Incorfxjration (Corporations Tax Act Defaulters)/Annulation 

de certificats de constitution (défaut d'observer la Loi sur l'imposition des personnes 

morales) 2485 

Errata 2489 

Change of Name Act/Loi sur le changement de nom 2490 

Mining Act/Loi sur les mines 2492 

Pesticides Act/Loi sur les pesticides 2499 

Applications to Provincial Parliament — Private Bills/Demandes au Parlement provincial — 

Projets de loi d'intérêt privé 2504 

Petitions to Provincial Parliament/Petitions au Parlement provincial 2504 

Applications to Provincial Parliament/Demandes au Parlement provincial 2505 

CORPORATION NOTICES/AVIS RELATIFS AUX COMPAGNIES 2508 

SHERIFFS' SALES OF LANDS/VENTES DE TERRAINS PAR LE SHÉRIF 2511 

SALES OF LANDS FOR TAX ARREARS BY PUBLIC TENDER/VENTES DE TERRAINS 

PAR APPEL DOFFRES POUR ARRIÉRÉ D'IMPÔT 2512 

PUBLICATIONS UNDER THE REGULATIONS ACT/ 
PUBLICATIONS EN VERTU DE LA LOI SUR LES RÈGLEMENTS 

Farm Products Grades and Sales Act O. Reg. 183/90 2515 

Farm Products Marketing Act O. Reg. 188/90 2517 

Grain Elevator Storage Act, 1983 O. Reg. 184/90 2515 

Niagara Escarpment Planning and Development Act O. Reg. 185/90 2515 

Planning Act, 1983 O. Reg. 186/90 2517 

Planning Act, 1983 O. Reg. 187/90 2517 



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Ontario 



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O. Reg. 189/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 2611 

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

199()_()5_12 

RESroENTIAL RENT REGULATION ACT, 1986 

O. Reg. 189/90. 

General. 

Made— April 20th, 1990. 

Filed— April 23rd, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 749/86 

MADE UNDER THE 

RESIDENTIAL RENT REGULATION ACT, 1986 

1. Section 3 of Ontario Regulation 749/86 is revoked and the following substituted: 

3. An application under the Act shall be in Form 3 unless it is an application under Part V (Rent Regis- 
try), subsection 74 (1) (whole building review) or subsection 86 (1) (part building review). O. Reg. 189/90, 
s. 1. 

2. The Regulation is amended by adding the following section: 

4a. An application under subsection 86 (1) of the Act shall be in Form 4B. O. Reg. 189/90, s. 2. 

3. The Regulation is further amended by adding the following Form: 



667 



2612 



Ontario 



Ministry 

of 

Housing 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Form 4B 

Application for Part Building Review 

Residential Rent Regulation Act. 1986 (Section 86) 



O. Reg. 189/90 



Rent Review 



Personal Information requested on ttils form Is collected under the authority of the 
Residential Rent Regulation Act, 1986, S.O. 1986, c.63. This Information will be used In 
determining applications made under this Act and this information will be available to all 
parties to the application. Any questions about this collection may be directed to your 
local Rent Review office. 

For assistance in understanding and completing this form, please contact your local Rent Review 
Services office. 
Please Print or Type. 

This is an application to the Minister o( Housing lor an Order allowing rent increase(s) exceeding maximum rent by more than the statutory guideline 
lor one or more rental units based on capital expenditures and other prescribed matters 
Name ol Residential Complex 



Address 


Postal Code 

_.l 1 1 1 1 


Loi & Plan No Of Parcel No 


Total No ol Rental Units in Resideniial 
Complex 


Total No ol Rental Units m Residential 
Complex aHected l3y this Application 


Was an> pan ol Residential Complex 
occupied as a rental unit before 
Janu«y..l976' ^ ^^ ^ ^^ 


Nam« d LandKvd 


Signature 


Telephone No. 
■ Residence 

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1 1 1 1 1 


Name of Land!wd"s Agent (it any) 


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Date 


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O. Reg. 189/90, s. 3. 



2614 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 190/90 



RESIDENTIAL RENT REGULATION ACT, 
1986 

O. Reg. 190/90. 

Rent Determination. 
Made— April 20th, 1990. 
Filed— April 23rd, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 440/87 

MADE UNDER THE 

RESIDENTIAL RENT REGULATION ACT, 

1986 

1. — (1) The definition of ''capital expendi- 
ture" in section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
440/87 is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted: 

"capital expenditure" means, 

(a) expenditures on major renovations and new 
additions to the building, equipment or 
facilities, or 

(b) major expenditures for repair, replacement 
and maintenance, the benefit of which will 
extend more than one year. 

(2) Section 1 of the Regulation is amended by 
adding the following subsection: 

(2) For the purposes of an application under any 
section of the Act except subsection 86 (1) (part 
building review), a capital expenditure does not 
include any item listed in Table 2 unless, 

(a) work that involves an item on Table 2 is 
being done inside at least 25 per cent of the 
rental units in the residential complex; or 

(b) the capital expenditure allowance per item 
would equal at least 1 per cent of the gross 
potential rent. O. Reg. 190/90, s. 1 (2). 

2. Section 10, as amended by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 459/87, section 11, as 
amended by section 2 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 518/87, and sections 12, 13, 14 and 
15 of the Regulation are revoked and the 
following substituted: 

Capital Expenditures 

10. — (1) The amount of a capital expenditure is 
the sum of, 

(a) the purchase price, installation cost, renova- 
tion cost or construction cost of the capital 
expenditure; 



(b) the value of the landlord's own labour; and 

(c) the rental value for rental units that are 
vacant as a result of work relating to the 
capital expenditure. 

(2) The amount described in clause (1) (a) shall be 
decreased by the amount of any proceeds that the 
landlord may receive for insurance, salvage, resale or 
trade-in relating to the capital expenditure. 

(3) The amount described in clause (1) (c) shall 
not include any amount otherwise recognized under 
the Act respecting the vacancies. O. Reg. 190/90, 
s. 2, part. 

10a. — (1) The capital expenditure allowance for 
that portion of a capital expenditure financed under a 
government program is the sum of, 

(a) the payments that the landlord makes under 
the program in a twelve-month period dur- 
ing the base year period and the projected 
year period; and 

(b) the amount of the allowance for manage- 
ment and administration for that portion of 
the capital expenditure, amortized over the 
anticipated useful life of the capital expendi- 
ture together with interest calculated in 
accordance with section 12. 

(2) The amount of the capital expenditure allow- 
ance referred to in subsection (1) shall not include, 

(a) any amount of the principal amount of the 
government financing that the landlord paid 
in an accelerated manner; or 

(b) any payment that was required because the 
landlord failed to comply with the program. 
O. Reg. 190/90, s. 2, part. 

10b. The capital expenditure allowance for that 
portion of a capital expenditure not financed under a 
government program shall be determined by amor- 
tizing over the anticipated useful life of the capital 
expenditure the sum, together with interest calculat- 
ed in accordance with section 12, of 

(a) the amount of the capital expenditure that is 
not financed under a government program; 
and 

(b) the allowance for management and adminis- 
tration for that portion of the capital 
expenditure. O. Reg. 190/90, s. 2, part. 



Continuing Capital Expenditures 

11. — (1) A landlord who wishes to have planned 
work be treated as a capital expenditure of a continu- 
ing nature under subsection 76 (2) of the Act shall 



670 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2615 



file with the Minister a multi-year plan respecting the 
work that includes, 

(a) the name of the landlord ; 

(b) the address of the residential complex; 

(c) a description of the planned work to be 
done, including details of the nature, extent 
and expected starting date of each compo- 
nent of the capital expenditure; and 

(d) a description of the reasons for the planned 
work. 

(2) The planned work described in a multi-year 
plan shall be found to be a capital expenditure of a 
continuing nature, 

(a) if the work is intended to repair or replace 
existing items; 

(b) if any of the work is substantially completed 
in the period described in subsection 16 (2); 
and 

(c) if all of the work is substantially completed 
within five years after the beginning of the 
period referred to in clause (b). 

(3) Work not described in a multi-year plan shall 
be found to form a part of a capital expenditure of a 
continuing nature, 

(a) if the work results from the work described 
in a multi-year plan; 

(b) if the need to do work was not reasonably 
foreseeable when the multi-year plan was 
filed; and 

(c) if the work meets the requirements of 
clauses (2) (a) and (c). 

(4) On an application subsequent to the one that 
included the multi-year plan, the Minister shall find 
that the capital expenditure is continuing if the work 
was included on the landlord's multi-year plan or was 
included in the capital expenditure under subsection 
(3) and, 

(a) if it is substantially completed within five 
years after the period referred to in clause 
(2) (b) began; or 

(b) if it is completed five or more years after the 
period referred to in clause (2) (b) began 
and the completion was delayed for reasons 
beyond the landlord's control. 

(5) For the purpose of making allowances for a 
capital expenditure, only that portion of a capital 
expenditure found to be continuing and substantially 
completed during the period described in subsection 



16 (2) shall be recognized in that period. 
190/90, s. 2, part. 

Interest on Capital Expenditures 



O. Reg. 



12. — (1) The interest rate allowed on capital 
expenditures is the average mortgage interest rate for 
five year conventional first mortgages as reported 
monthly by the Canada Mortgage and Housing Cor- 
poration for the third month before the effective date 
of the first rent increase for which application is 
made. 

(2) The interest rate applies with respect to the 
whole capital expenditure, whether financed by bor- 
rowing or out of the landlord's own funds. 

(3) Despite subsection (2), if the actual interest 
rate being paid by the landlord on borrowed funds is 
discounted because the lender has received a guaran- 
tee from or on behalf of the landlord, the interest 
rate allowed on the borrowed funds, 

(a) if the actual interest rate is less than or 
equal to the rate calculated under sub- 
section (1), shall be the greater of, 

(i) the sum of the actual interest rate 
and the value of the guarantee, or 

(ii) the rate calculated under subsection 

(1); 

(b) if the actual interest rate is greater than the 
rate calculated under subsection (1), shall 
be the sum of the rate calculated under sub- 
section (1) and the value of the guarantee. 
O. Reg. 190/90, s. 2, part. 

Anticipated Useful Life 

13. — (1) The anticipated useful life of new items 
included in a capital expenditure shall be as set out in 
Tables 1 and 2. 

(2) The anticipated useful life of an item not 
described in Table 1 or 2 shall be determined with 
reference to characteristics of the item that are com- 
mon to other items set out in the Tables and to fac- 
tors which are reasonable in the marketplace. 

(3) The anticipated useful life of an item that is 
not new shall be considered to be the remaining 
useful life of the item that is reasonable in the 
circumstances. O. Reg. 190/90, s . 2, part. 

Allowance for Management and Administration 

14. — (1) In order to be eligible for an allowance 
for management and administration for a capital 
expenditure, a landlord is required to disclose infor- 
mation concerning the capital expenditure to the ten- 
ant, subtenant or occupant of each rental unit that is 
subject to a tenancy agreement. 



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(2) Disclosure is not required for capital expendi- 
tures included in an application under subsection 
86 (1) of the Act (part building review). 

(3) Disclosure is not required for capital expendi- 
tures that result from an emergency in which the life, 
health or safety of tenants is at risk or in which there 
is a risk of substantial additional damage to property. 

(4) Disclosure is not required with respect to work 
resulting from a capital expenditure, 

(a) if disclosure of information for the capital 
expenditure was made; and 

(b) if the need to do the work was not reason- 
ably foreseeable when the disclosure was 
made. 

(5) The landlord shall give each tenant, subtenant 
or occupant a written disclosure notice at least thirty 
days before beginning the capital expenditure. 

(6) Upon request, the landlord shall give a disclo- 
sure notice to each person who becomes a tenant, 
subtenant or occupant after the date described in 
subsection (5) and before the landlord makes an 
application under section 74 of the Act respecting the 
capital expenditure. 

(7) The disclosure notice shall include, 

(a) the name of the landlord; 

(b) the address of the residential complex; 

(c) a description of the planned work to be 
done, including details of the nature, 
extent, earliest start date and estimated cost 
of the capital expenditure; 

(d) a description of the reasons for the planned 
work; and 

(e) a description of any disruption in services or 
in the availability of facilities anticipated by 
the landlord as a result of the planned work. 
O. Reg. 190/90, s. 2, part. 

14a. — (1) The amount of the allowance for man- 
agement and administration for a capital expenditure 
shall be determined in accordance with this section. 

(2) The allowance for management and adminis- 
tration is nil unless the landlord discloses the particu- 
lars of the capital expenditure in accordance with 
section 14. 

(3) The amount of the allowance for management 
and administration for a capital expenditure that is 
not made for an emergency is the sum of, 

(a) 5 per cent of the amount of the capital 
expenditure, excluding amounts for the pur- 
chase and installation of furniture, appli- 



ances, furnishings and similar fixtures with- 
in rental units; and 

(b) 5 per cent of the amounts for the purchase 
and installation of furniture, appliances, 
furnishings and similar fixtures within each 
rental unit if the tenant of the rental unit 
agrees in writing to them. 

(4) The amount of the allowance for management 
and administration for a capital expenditure that is 
made for an emergency is 5 per cent of the amount of 
the capital expenditure. 

(5) In determining the amount of a capital expen- 
diture for the purpose of this section, 

(a) the amount of the purchase price, installa- 
tion cost, renovation cost or construction 
cost shall not be reduced by the amount of 
any proceeds that the landlord may receive 
for insurance, salvage, resale or trade-in 
relating to the capital expenditure; and 

(b) the amount of the capital expenditure shall 
not include any amount for the landlord's 
own labour. O. Reg. 190/90, s. 2, part. 



Labour Provided by the Landlord 

15. If the landlord provides labour required to 
carry out a capital expenditure, the value of the land- 
lord's own labour shall be found to be an amount that 
is reasonable in the marketplace. O. Reg. 190/90, 
s. 2, part. 

3. Subsection 16 (2) of the Regulation is 
amended by striking out ''subject to sub- 
section 10 (3)" in the second line. 

4. Subsection 20 (1) of the Regulation, as 
amended by section 3 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 518/87, is amended by striking out 
''the cost of the capital expenditure, as 
set out in clauses 11 (1) (a), (c), (d) and 
(e)" in the seventh, eighth and ninth lines 
and substituting "the amount of the capi- 
tal expenditure". 

5. Section 22 of the Regulation and the 
heading preceding section 22 are 
revoked. 

6. The Regulation is amended by adding the 
following section: 

26a. — (1) This section applies, 

(a) if a capital expenditure is considered to be 
part of the acquisition costs of a residential 
complex under subsection 20 (1); 



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(b) if the capital expenditure is financed in 
whole or in part by the landlord's own 
funds; and 

(c) if the amount of the financing recognized 
for the purchase of the residential complex 
is less than the maximum amount permitted 
under section 26. 

(2) The amount calculated under subsection (5) 
shall be treated as if it were a financing cost for the 
purpose of determining the financial position of the 
residential complex, the amount of an allowance to 
relieve the landlord from hardship and the amount of 
the landlord's financial loss and economic loss in 
respect of the complex. 

(3) The interest rate to be used with respect to the 
amount calculated under subsection (5) is the average 
mortgage interest rate for five year conventional first 
mortgages as reported monthly by the Canada Mort- 
gage and Housing Corporation for the month in 
which the acquisition occurred. 

(4) The amortization period to be used with 
respect to the amount calculated under subsection (5) 
is twenty-five years. 

(5) The amount is the lesser of, 

(a) the amount of the capital expenditure 
financed by the landlord's own funds; and 

(b) the maximum amount of financing that may 
be recognized under section 26 less the 
amount of the actual financing recognized 
for the purchase of the residential complex. 
O. Reg. 190/90, s. 6. 

7. Section 38 of the Regulation is amended 
by adding the following subsections: 

(4) If the landlord purchased the residential com- 
plex within five years after the first effective date of 
an order under section 74 or 86 of the Act in which an 
allowance for capital expenditures was made respect- 
ing the complex, the financial position of the complex 
shall be adjusted by adding to the revenue, as other- 
wise calculated, the amount, if positive, calculated 
using the formula, 

(AxBxCxD)-D 

in which, 

"A" is the amount of the allowed financing for 
the purchase of the complex, divided by the 
amount of the acquisition costs, 

"B" is the amount of the acquisition costs divid- 
ed by the annualized maximum rent for all rental 
units in the complex as at the acquisition date. 



"C" is the weighted average, multiplied by 
twelve, of the monthly payment factors per dol- 
lar of the allowed financing for the purchase of 
the complex (set out in an amortization table), 
determined using the recognized interest rates 
and the amortization periods specified under this 
Regulation for the allowed financing, and 

"D" is the sum, after any reduction made under 
subsection 78 (2) of the Act, of the allowances 
for capital expenditures made in all previous 
orders respecting the complex under section 74 
or 86 of the Act with first effective dates within 
five years before the acquistion date. 

(5) For the purjxjse of subsection (4), the amount 
represented by "D" shall not include any allowance 
for a capital expenditure found to be of a continuing 
nature, or found to be continuing, 

(a) if the capital expenditure is set out in a 
multi-year plan or consists of work that 
forms part of such a capital expenditure 
under the authority of subsection 11 (3); 
and 

(b) if the first effective date of the order in 
which the capital expenditure is found to be 
of a continuing nature is more than five 
years before the acquisition date. O. Reg. 
190/90, s. 7. 

8. Subsection 48 (10) of the Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted: 

(10) The amount of the management and adminis- 
tration allowance is the sum of, 

(a) 2 per cent of the cost of purchasing and 
installing furniture, appliances, furnishings 
and similar fixtures; and 

(b) 5 per cent of the total of direct labour and 
material costs, other than costs described in 
clause (a). 

(10a) The amount calculated in subsection (10) 
shall not include any costs otherwise recognized 
under the Act respecting management and 
supervision. O. Reg. 190/90, s. 8. 

9. The Regulation is further amended by 
adding the following sections: 

Part Building Review 

70. — (1) For the purposes of clause 87 (1) (c) of 
the Act, the allowance for management and adminis- 
tration with respect to a capital expenditure shall be 5 
per cent of the amount of the capital expenditure. 

(2) In determining the amount of a capital expen- 
diture for the purpose of this section. 



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(a) the amount of the purchase price, installa- 
tion cost, renovation cost or construction 
cost shall not be reduced by the amount of 
any proceeds that the landlord may receive 
for insurance, salvage, resale or trade-in 
relating to the capital expenditure; and 

(b) the amount of the capital expenditure shall 
not include any amount for the landlord's 
own labour. O. Reg. 190/90, s. 9, part. 

71. For the purpose of clause 87 (1) (d) of the 
Act, the Minister shall make findings in respect of the 
rental units that are the subject of an application 
regarding, 

(a) changes in the services and facilities provid- 
ed by the landlord to the residential com- 
plex or any rental units located therein, to 
the extent that the changes relate to the 
rental units that are the subject of the appli- 
cation; 

(b) the allocation of costs and revenue that are 
shared and specific to the residential com- 
plex under review and any other residential 
complex that forms part of the same 
project; 

(c) the allocation of costs and revenue that are 
shared and specific to the residential com- 
plex under review and any non-residential 
components that form part of the same 
project; 

(d) the allocation of costs and revenue that are 
shared and specific to rental units in the res- 
idential complex under review; and 

(e) amounts described in subsections 92 (1) and 
(2) of the Act to be phased in under a previ- 
ous order respecting the residential 
complex. O. Reg. 190/90, s . 9, part. 

72. — (1) For the purposes of clause 71 (a), 
changes in services and facilities shall be determined 

in the manner set out in this section. 

/* 

(2) Changes in parking and cablevision shall be 
determined in accordance with subsections 7 (2) to 
(4), (6), (7) and (8). 

(3) Findings regarding the withdrawal of services 
or facilities, other than parking and cablevision, shall 
be made in accordance with subsection 57 (3). 

(4) Findings regarding the reduction of services or 
facilities, other than parking and cablevision, shall be 
made in accordance with subsection 57 (4). 

(5) If the Minister finds that a service or facility is 
provided for the first time and the Minister deter- 
mines that the service or facility is a capital expendi- 
ture that the landlord has experienced or will experi- 
ence, the Minister shall make findings in accordance 
with sections 10, 10a, 10b, 12 to 16, 18, 19 and 20. 



(6) Subsection (5) does not apply with respect to 
parking, to the extent that section 7 applies in the cir- 
cumstances, or with respect to cablevision. O. Reg. 
190/90, s. 9, part. 

73. — (1) For the purposes of clause 71 (b), where 
components of a project include more than one resi- 
dential complex, one of which is the reside itial com- 
plex under review, 

(a) the costs that are shared among residential 
complexes shall be allocated to each resi- 
dential complex on the basis of the propor- 
tional gross potential rent for the rental 
units in each residential complex that are 
affected by the capital expenditure unless it 
is demonstrated that it is reasonable to allo- 
cate the shared costs on another basis; and 

(b) the costs that are allocated to the residential 
complex under review pursuant to clause (a) 
shall be allocated to the rental units of the 
residential complex that are the subject of 
the application to the extent that they affect 
those rental units. 

(2) For the purposes of clause 71 (c), where a 
project includes residential and non-residential com- 
ponents, 

(a) the costs that are shared among the compo- 
nents shall be allocated to the residential 
complex under review in the same propor- 
tion that revenue of the residential complex 
determined by gross potential rent bears to 
the revenue of the total project as if fully 
leased unless it is demonstrated that it is 
reasonable to allocate the shared costs on 
another basis; and 

(b) the costs that are allocated to the residential 
complex pursuant to clause (a) shall be allo- 
cated to the rental units that are the subject 
of the application to the extent that they 
affect those rental units. 

(3) For the purposes of clause 71 (d), costs that 
are shared and specific to rental units in the residen- 
tial complex under review shall be allocated to rental 
units that are the subject of the application to the 
extent that they affect those rental units. O. Reg. 
190/90, s. 9, part. 

74. In apportioning the total rent increase 
amongst the rental units in the residential complex, 
the Minister may take into account the rent schedule 
proposed by the application and the degree to which 
the capital expenditures the landlord has experienced 
or will experience in respect of the residential com- 
plex affect individual rental units in the residential 
complex. O. Reg. 190/90, s. 9, part. 

75. A capital cost revenue statement referred to 
in subsection 86 (3) of the Act shall be in Form 11. 
O. Reg. 190/90, s. 9, part. 



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10. Forms 3, 6 and 7 of the Regulation are revoked and the following substituted: 



2619 



Ministry 

of 

Housing 



Ontano 



CRS Form 3 

Cost Revenue Statement 
Capital Expenditures 

Residential Rent Regulation Act, 1986 (Section 74) 



Rent Review 



Address ot Complex 


Please read the Guide to the Cost Revenue Statement before completing this form. Please print or type. 


1. 

Item Claimed 
OescnptKjn/Location 


Starting 
Date 


Date ol 
Substantial 
Completion 


Direct Labour 

«Material & 

Contract 

Costs 


Landlord's 
Own Labour 


FMatad 
Vacancy 


Anticipatsd 
Useful Lite 


Continuing Capital 

Expenditure 

Yes/No 

(If yes. complete 

Pans) 


1. 
















2 
















3. 
















4. 
















5. 
















6. 

















2. (a) If funtjs were borrowed for any capital expenditures set out in paragraph 1 above, was a guarantee given on 

behalf of landlord to lender? Dves DNo 

If yes, provide details including the amount by which actual interest rate was reduced by reason of guarantee for each item. 



(b) Funds otrtained under government programs to finance capital expenditures: 






Program Name 


Item No. from Paragraph 1 above 


Amount $ 




















(c) Funds obtained as proceeds from or as a result of insurance 


1 r4ame of Insurer 


2. Amount 


3 Capital Expenditure to wtiich these funds relate 4. If capital expendllure m (3) was allowed on previous Date 

order, idantity dale of previous order 



(d) Are there any salvage, trade-in, or resale proceeds in relation to items mentioned In paragraph 1? 
If yes, provide details. 



DVes DNo 



(e) Date of acquisition of residential complex 



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3. If actual capital expenditures vary from projected amounts allowed for such expenditures in a previous order under this Act or the 
Residential Tenancies Act, please provide details. 


Item No from above (if 
applicable) 


Previously Allowed Costs 


Actual Cost 


Annual Allowance Set Out on 
Previous Order 


Date of Previous Order 











































4. Mas there been a replacement of any capital expenditure items which were completed on or after 
August 1, 1985, were allowed on a previous order, and are to be considered on this application? 
If yes, please provide details, including date of order. 



DVes DNo 



5. If any of the items mentioned in paragraph 1 are of a "continuing nature", please attach a multi-year plan including a description of 
the planned work Including the nature, extent, expected starting date of each component, and reason for the work. 

6. Do any of the costs claimed relate to non-residential areas or other residential complexes? DVes DNo 

(a) If yes, provide revenue for non-residential areas or other residential complexes for base year period. $ 

(b) If another method of allocation is proposed, please provide details. 



7. Disclosure Notice 

Was a written disclosure notice given: 

(a) to the tenant, subtenant, or occupant of each rental unit 
at least 30 days before beginning the capital expenditure? 

(b) upon request to individuals who became a tenant, subtenant, 
or occupant after the date set out in (a)? 

If yes, attach copy of disclosure notice. 



Dves 
DYes 



Dno 
Dno 



If no, and the capital expenditure was an emergency or was work resulting from a capital 
expenditure for which disclosure was given, provide explanation. 



8. For the purchase and installation of furniture, appliances, furnishings, 

and similar fixtures within a rental unit, did the tenants agree in writing? DVes DNo 



If yes, provide documentation 



Initials of Declarant 



O. Reg. 190/90, s. \0,part. 



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Ministry 

of 

Housing 



Ontario 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

CRS Form 6 

Cost Revenue Statement 
Financial Loss 

Residential Rent Regulation Act, 1986 (Section 74) 



2621 

Rent Review 



Addran o« Complm 


Please read the CRS Guide before completing this form. Please print or type. 


Financial Position 


1. Revenue for Base Year Period 


(a) Total of maximum rent for ail rental units during base year period. 


$ 


(b) Sundry revenue 


S 


(c) Actual Vacancy Loss (provide details on separate schedules) 


S 


(d) Have capital expenditures been previously allowed in an order? D Yes D No 


Data aiOnSat 


Has there been an allowance for variance between an actual and riyes Dno 
(*) projected capital expenditure in a previous order? 


Dat* of Odaf 


2. Operating Costs for Base Year Period - (Attach completed form CRS 5) 


- Financing Costs for Base Year Period or initial 12 months of ownership if residential 
complex purchased in base year period: (Attach completed form CRS 4) 



4. Has there been a purchase or purchases of the residential complex which occurred since Oecemt>er 31, 1979? LjYes LjNo 
if yes, provide details: 



5. Interest paid after August 1 , 1985 with respect to financial loss incurred since acquisition of residential complex by the landlord 


N«naa<L«tdar 


Intarast Adiustmam Data 


PnncifMl 


miaraatRMa 


Tann 


Malhod ov napayiiwit 


Amouni ol Paymana pntarait) 


Fraquancy 0( Rapaymani 


Amuitiulioii Pariod 


Spacial Tarms o) tha Loan 


Marast Paid m Basa Yr. Pariod 


Dalas o( Paymant» 



If loan relates only in part to financial loss due to increased finar>cing resulting from a purchase, identify that part of the: 

Principal Podian of Iha Loan Amount ol Intarast Paid During Basa Yaar Panod 



6. Residential complex where no rental unit was occupied prior to January 1, 1976 



Dale Buldmg Parrml Issuad 



Did tha purchase 
ottha rasidantial 
comptax occur 



Dk 



1 Prior ID tha data of 

' fn» occupancy \\t 



WMwi ana yaw of Iha data 

that 90 par cant of tha total 

00 rantal uniu in Iha rasidan ti al 

oompiax had baan inHialy occupied 



Dno 



7. Total of the last lawful rents that were charged for residential complex as follows: 



/gj Provide total of the last lawful monthly rent for all rental units for the residential complex for . 
tf»e month preceding the effective date of the first rent increase applied for: 



(b) Multiply (a) by 12: 



Attach a detailed list of the rents actually charged as set out in (a) 



Initials of Dactarant 



O. Reg. 190/90, s. 10, part. 



677 



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^^i"*stry CRS Form 7 

Housing Cost RevenuB Statement Rent Review 

0"<a"o Relief from Hardship 

Residential Rent Regulation Act, 1986 (Section 74) 



Address of Complex 


Please read the CRS Guide before completing this form. Please print or type. 


Financial Position 


1 . Revenue for Base Year Period 


(a) 


Total of maximum rent for all rental units during base year period. 


$ 


(b) 


Sundry revenue 


$ 


(c) 


Actual Vacancy Loss (provide details on separate schedules) 


$ 


(d) 


Have capital expenditures been previously allowed in an order? UYes Dno 


Date of Order 


(e) 


Has there been an allowance for variance between an actual and nves Dno 
projected capital expenditure in a previous order? 


Dale of Order 


2. Operating Costs for Base Year Period - (Attach completed form CRS 5) 


_ Financing Costs for Base Year Period or initial 12 months of ownership if residential 
■ complex purchased in base year period: (Attach completed form CRS 4) 



Initials of Declarant 



O. Reg. 190/90, s. \0,part. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2623 



11. Form 8 of the Regulation, as remade by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 4ÎW/87, is revoked 
and the following substituted: 



Ontario 



Ministry 

of 

Housing 



CRS Form 8 

Cost Revenue Statement 
Economic Loss 

Residential Rent Regulation Act. 1986 (Section 74) 



Rent Review 



Address of Complex 



Date Building Permit Issuea 



Where this is a residential complex no part of which was occupied as a rental unit prior to January 1, 1976. 

Complete Part 1 or 2 and Parts 3 and 4. 

Please read the Guide to the Cost Revenue Statement before completing this form. Please print or typ*- 

Part 1 — Wliere Landlord is Original Owner who Conitructed Residential Complex: Initial Invested Equity 

A. Total Financing (Principal Amount) (Attach completed Form CRS 4) 

B. Value of the Land 
Provide either 

1 . The appraised market. value as of ttie date the building permit was issued (copy of appraisal to be filed) $ 

OR 

2. The actual cost of the land up to the date the building permit was issued plus carrying costs. 
(a) Actual Cost of the Land 

Purchase Price and Date i 



Legal Fees and Disbursements Related to Purchase of Land 



Land Transfer Tax and Retail Sales Tax Related to Purchase of LarxJ 



Fees for Physical Inspection and Evaluation 



Appraisal Fees 



Costs of Obtaining Financing Related to Purchase of Land 



Costs of Application and Representation for Land Use and Zoning 



Costs to provide Zoning Improvements and Services to Property (including 
access roads, water, sewage, hydro, gas, site development) 



Charges, levies, impost fees or other financial commitments required by 
municipalities in a development agreement 



Demolition Costs 



Any other costs reasonably incurred in the acquisition and development of ttie land 



(b) 



Carrying Costs 



Total $ 



Revenue Received with respect to land during the two years 
''' immediately prior to the date the buildir>g permit was issued. 



Less Total of 



(ii) A) Interest paid on financing relating to purchase of the land, (rate of 
interest to be provided. 



8) Municipal realty taxes and local improvement charges. 



Q Insurance 



0) Other costs that may be reasonably charged as carrying costs. 



Subtotal 



llniiialsof OecUrint 



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O. Reg. 190/90 



Part 1B (Continued) 



If 2(b) (!) less (il) results in a profit, 

(iii) provide information regarding the amount of loss experienced in any two years prior to the two year period before 
the date the building permit was Issued by deducting costs from revenues for those two years to the extent that 



' 


Y«ar 1 (specify dates) 


Ytar 2 Ispecify dates! 








Revenue 






Less Cost 
(as In (ID) 






Loss 








Total Year 1 Plus Year 2 


$ 



C. Value of Building 

Costs experienced during initial rent up period 



date 



date 



1. Construction Costs 






Architectural, engineering, planning costs: (exclusive of amounts 
(a) related to supervision of project). 






(b) Direct labour and material costs or amount of construction contract. 






(c) Financing costs paid related to construction 






Total Construction Costs (a) to (c) 


$ 


2. Cost of equipment and furnishings related to purchase 




3. Cost of landscaping and paving (if not included in construction costs) 




4. Cost of servicing land experienced by the landlord after date building permit was issued 





5. Initial Rent Up Costs 

(1) Revenue received with respect to residential complex 
Less Total of 



(2) (a) Operating Costs 






(b) Financing costs 






(c) Permitted rental incentives 






(d) Cost of preparation and maintenance of model suites 






(e) Compensation for rental agents for promotion of initial occupancy 






(f ) Advertising and marketing costs for promotion of initial occupancy 






Total (a) to (f ) 


$ 




Initial Rent-Up Costs ((1) less (2)) 


$ 


6. Indirect Costs 

(a) Prepayments to reduce effective interest rates 






(b) Professional fees for representation before regulatory bodies 






Total Indirect Costs (a -•- b) 




$ 



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O. Reg. 190/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 2625 



0. Allocation of Value of Complex and Financing Costs 

If the residential complex is pan of a project which Includes other residential complexes or non-residential components for ttie purposes 
of determining the allocated value of the complex and financing costs. 

State the total value of land and buildings of whole project determined in accordance with 

(a) the Regulations. (If components completed at different times, value at time when the 
residential complex under review was first occupied). 

(b) State the total appraised value of the total transaction. 

(c) State the appraised value of the residential complex under review. 



(«J) 



State the proportional appraised value of tfie residential complex under review compared 
with the total appraised value of the transaction. 



(e) 



Apply the proportional value found In (d) to ttie total value of the wfK>le project of tlie transaction 
for the proportional value of the residential complex under review. 



If another method of allocation is proposed, attach separate schedule. 



Part 2 — Where Landlord Purchased Residential Complex: Initial Invested Equity 

A. Acquisition Costs: 
(Attach completed CRS 4) 

B. Additional Value Incurred During Initial Rent-Up Period 
(Complete CRS 8 Part 1C) 

Total Financing (principal amount): 
(Attach completed CRS 4) 



Part 3 — Capitalized Finartcial Lossess 

1. Wf)ere losses were experienced by the landord for ttie period commencing with acquisition or sirtce the initial rent-up period and completed 
before the first day of the base year period, provide tfie following details: 

Ptrtxt (a) Ravanu* (b) Opwatmg Costs (c) Financing Costs 

From To 

$ S s 

2. Where there were capital expenditures experienced t>y the landlord since the initial rent-up period and which have not been claimed on 
CRS 3, please attach completed form CRS 3. 

Part 4 — Financial Position for Base Year Period 

1 . Revenue for Base Year Period: 

(a) Total of maximum rent for all rental units during t>ase year period $ 

(b) Sundry revenue $ 



(c) Actual vacancy loss (provide details on separate schedules) $_ 

(d) Have capital expenditures been previously allowed In an order? G Yes CD No Date of Order 



(e) Has there been an allowance for variance between an actual 

and projected capital expenditure in a previous order? D Yes G No Date of Order 

2. Operating Costs for Base Year Period: (Attach completed form CRS 5) 

3. Financing Costs for Base Year Period or initial 12 months of ownership if residential complex purchased ii 
base year period: (Attach completed form CRS 4) 



; Intiais ol OscUrant 



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2626 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

12. The Regulation is further amended by adding the following Form: 



O. Reg. 190/90 



Ministry 

of 

Housing 



Ontario 



Form 1 1 

Capital Cost Revenue Statement Rent Review 

Residential Rent Regulation Act, 1986 (Section 86) 



Personal information requested on this form is collected under the authority of the Residential Rent Regulation Act, 1986, s.o. 1986, c.63. 
This information will be used in determining applications under this Act and this information will be available to all parties to the application. 
Any questions about this collection may be directed to your local Rent Review office. 

Please read the Guide to the Capital Cost Revenue Statement before completing this form. If further information is required, contact your 

local Rent Review Office. 

Please print or type. 

1. Residential Complex Address 

Full AddresslesI and Name (if any) of Residential Complex 



Lla. 



2. Applicants 












Landlord 


Name of Tenant(s) and/or Agent (if any) 
(Attach list if necMtary) 


Unit No. 


Telephone No. 


Mailing Address 
















Postal Code 

II II 


Telepfione No. 

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 








Landlord's Agent (if any) 








Mailing Address 
















Postal Code 

1 1 1 1 1 


Telephone No. 

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 








3. Residential Complex History 


Date First Rental Unit Occupied 


Has a Registration Statement been filed with 

the Rent Registry for this Residential Complex? [IjYes QNo 


Date of Acquisition (if applicable) 



Has an order for rent review Ijeen 
previously made for this residential 
complex, in whole or m part? 



Date of Order (s) 



nves QNo 



4. Residential Complex Details 



Total No. of Rental Units 
in Residential Complex 



Total No. of Rental Units 
affected t}y this ApplicaDon 



Building Type (Check) 

I I Row/Town House Q House Rental 

I I Condo or Co-op Rental Q Two to Six Unit Building 

I ] Mobile Home Rental Park [^ Apartment Building (7 or more units) Q] Other (Describe) 



I I Boarding or Lodging 
House 



Is the Residential Complex part 
of a project which includes: 



other residential 
complexes? 



non-residential 
components ? 



Yes No 

D D 



5. Accounting Periods Relating to this Application 



Base Vear 



Projected Year 
From 



Capital Expenditure Year 
From 



6. Gross Potential Rent 



Total maximum rent for the month preceding date of first increase applied for: 
(a) for all rental units affected by the Application 


$ 


Multiplied by 12 
$ 


(b) for the whole Residential Complex 


$ 


S 



Note: The operating cost allowance will be determined by the Minister under clause 87(1)(a) of the Act. 



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O. Reg. 190/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 2627 



In tht imtter of an application for rent review by , __ respecting the residential 

Name of Landlord & Tenantlsi 

complex known municipally as <*e "residential complex"): 

'^ Complex Address 



Part A and B - To be signed by the Landlord and the Landlord's Agent, ai applicable 
Part C - To be signed by the Tenants 



, of the of 



City, Town Citv. Town Name 

jn the of do solemnly declare that: 

Regional Municipality, County, District Regional Municipality, County, District Name 

1 . I am the LJ landlord 

D , of , 

Corporate Title Corporate Landlord 

LJ landlord's agent who contracted with the landlord to manage the residential complex on the larKilord's behalf. 

D 



Corporate Title Company Name 

who contracted with the landlord to manage the residential complex on the landlord's behalf. 

2. I have read this Capital Cost Revenue Statement and have reviewed all attachments. 

3. The financial information in this Capital Cost Revenue Statement and all attachments is based on 

(a) genuine and actual costs incurred in respect of the residential complex which I have verified, and 

(b) on projected costs which relate to the residential complex and which are genuine and accurate to the best of my 
knowledge and belief. 

4. All other information In the Capital Cost Revenue Statement and in all attachments is true, correct and complete to the best 
of my knowledge and belief. 

5. I fully understand that it is a serious offence to knowir>gly furnish false or misleading information pursuant to clause 
122(1)(b) of the Residential Rent Regulation Act, 1986. 

And I make this solemn declaration conscientiously believing it to be true and knowing that it is of the same force and 
effect as if made under oath or affirmation. 



Declared before me at the 

Of 

in the of 

.19 

A Commissioner, etc. 
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Declaration 



Name and Corporate Title, if applicable 



of the . 



City, Town 



Corporate Landlord, Company Name, Law or Accounting Firm 



City, Town Name 



in the 



of 



Regional Municipality, County, District Regional Municipality, County, District Name 

1. I am the I I person yyho signed Part A of this declaration. 



. do solennnly declare that: 



D. 



. of the applicant landlord in this nnatter. 



Agent, Solicitor, Accountant, etc. 
2, I have completed this Capital Cost Revenue Statement and any schedules thereto and have reviewed all attachments. 



3. The financial information in the Capital Cost Revenue Statement and in all attachments is reported on a consistent 
basis for all accounting periods and relates to the relevant accounting periods under review. 



4. I fully understand that it is a serious offence to knowingly furnish false or misleading information pursuant to clause 
122(1)(b) of the Residential Rent Regulation Act, 1986. 



And I make this solemn declaration conscientiously believing it to be true and knowing that it is of the same force and 
effect as if made under oath or affirmation. 



Declared before me at the 



A Commissioner, etc. 



19 



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684 



O. Reg. 190/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2629 



Declaration 



C In th* matter of an application for rent review by 



Name of Landlont & Tenant(sl 



respecting the residential complex known municipally as 
(the "residential complex"). 



Complex Address 



.of the . 



City. Town Name 



Regiorul Municipality, County, District 



of 



Regional Municipality, County, District Name 
do solemnly dedare that: 
1 . I am Uie Q tenant o( rental unit 



n agent of the tenant of rental unit. 



in this residentiai complex. 
in this residential comp4ex. 



2. I have read this Capital Cost Revenue Statement and have reviewed all anachments. 



3. The capital expenditures purported to affect the rental unit noted above have been performed or are being 
performed, in respect of that rental unit. 



4. Any material I have filed with this Application is true, correct, and complete to the best of my knowledge and belief. 



5. I fully understand that it is a serious offence to knowingly furnish false or misleading information pursuant to clause 
122(1 )(b) of the Residentiai Rent Regulation Act, 1986. 

And I nnake this solemn declaration conscientiously believing it to be true and knowing that it is of the same force and 
effect as if made under oath or affirmatioa 

'Declared before me at the 



inttie 



of 



of 



19 



A Commissioner, etc 
1576 (0«0) Page < of 7 



685 



2630 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 190/90 



8. 

Item Claimed 
Description/Location 


Starting 
Date 


Date of 
Substantial 
Completion 


Direct LalX)ur 

Material & 
Contract Costs 


Landlord's 
Own Labour 


Related 
Vacancy 


Anticipated 
Useful Life 


1. 














2. 














3. 














4. 














5. 














6. 















9. (a) If funds were borrowed for any capital expenditures set out in paragraph 8 above, was a guarantee given on 

behalf of landlord to lender? DVes DNo 

If yes, provide details including the amount by which actual interest rate was reduced by reason of guarantee for each item. 



(b) Funds obtained under government programs to finance capital expenditures: 



Program Name 


Item No. from Paragraph 8 above 


Amount $ 




















(c) Funds obtained as proceeds from or as a result of insurance 


1 . Name o( Insurer 


2. Amount 


3. Capital Expenditure lo which these funds relate 


4 If capital expenditure in (3) was allowed on previous Date 
order, identity dale of previous order: 



(d) Are there any salvage, trade-in, or resale proceeds in relation to items mentioned in paragraph 8? 



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686 



O. Reg. 190/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2631 



10. Capital Expenditure Replacement 



Has there been a replacement of any capital expenditure Items which were completed on or after 
August 1, 1985. were allowed on a previous order, and are to be considered on this Application? 



.Yes 



Dno 



If yes, please provide details, including date of order. 



1 1 . Allocation of Costs and Revenue 

Indicate if any costs claimed relate to components not affected by this Application. Components include ott>er rental Units in the 
Residential Complex, non-residential components of the Residential Complex or project, and ottier Residential Complexes. 



A. B. 

Capital Expenditure Item Component not affected t>y lh<s Application 


C. 

Base year revenue or 

gross potential rent of 

component in B 

































Ï 



If method of allocation other than proportional revenue is suggested, please provide details. 



miiats ol Oadarants 



is7( i(Vb90i Page 6 ol 7 



687 



2632 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 190/90 



12. Services and Facilities 

(a) Please specify services and facilities which have been provided for first time, withdrawn or reduced. Indicate date of change. 
Attach list if only some units affected. Include parking, cablevision, and other services and facilities. 



Description of Service or Facility 


Nature 

of 
Change 


Date 

of 

Change 


If Withdrawal 

or Reduction 

Average Cost to 

Landlord in 

Previous 12 Months 


If provided for First Time 
Total Cost 


1. 


D Addition 
D Withdrawal 
D Reduction 








2. 


n Addition 
Dwithdrawal 
D Reduction 









(b) If the discontinuance of a service or facility is temporary, provide details of circumstances. 



13. Apportionment 

Indicate the proposed method of apportionment of the proposed rent increase and the reasons for choosing that method. 
Refer to Form 4B if necessary. 



14. Are the rental units affected by this application subject to phase ins under this Act? 



□ Yes D No 



15. Other Issues 

Other matters which may affect this application. 



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O. Reg. 190/90, s. 12. 



13. — (1) Section 13 of Ontario Regulation 440/87 and subsection 48 (10), as they read immediately 
before this Regulation comes into force, continue to apply with respect to capital expenditures 
that are underway or are completed on the date on which this Regulation comes into force. 

(2) Section 14 of Ontario Regulation 440/87, as remade by this Regulation, section 14a of the 
Regulation, as made by section 2 of this Regulation, and subsection 48 (10) of the Regulation, 
as remade by section 8 of this Regulation, and subsection 48 (10a) of the Regulation, as made 
by section 8 of this Regulation, do not apply with respect to capital expenditures that are 
underway or are completed on the date on which this Regulation comes into force. 



19/90 



688 



O. Reg. 191/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 193/90 2633 



LAND REGISTRATION REFORM ACT, 1984 

O. Reg. 191/90. 

General. 

Made— November 3rd, 1989. 

Filed— April 23rd, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 580/84 

MADE UNDER THE 

LAND REGISTRATION REFORM ACT, 1984 

1. Subsection 1 (2) of Ontario Regulation 
580/84 is amended by adding the follow- 
ing paragraph: 

13. That portion of the Township of London 
and the City of London bounded by the 
westerly limit of Highbury Avenue as 
widened, the southerly limit of Kilally 
Road as widened, the westerly limit of 
Clarke Side Road as widened and the south- 
erly limit of Huron Street as widened. 

19/90 



LAND REGISTRATION REFORM ACT, 1984 

O. Reg. 192/90. 

General. 

Made— November 3rd, 1989. 

Filed— April 23rd, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 580/84 

MADE UNDER THE 

LAND REGISTRATION REFORM ACT, 1984 

1. Subsection 1 (2) of Ontario Regulation 
580/84 is amended by adding the follow- 
ing paragraph: 

14. That portion of the Township of London 
and the City of London bounded by the 
westerly limit of Adelaide Street as 
widened, the southerly limit of the road 
allowance between concessions 5 and 6 of 
the Township of London, the westerly limit 
of Highbury Avenue as widened, the south- 
erly limit of Windermere Road between 
Adelaide Street and the Thames River, the 
southerly limit of the Thames River 
between Windermere Road and Kilally 
Road and the southerly Umit of Kilally 
Road. 



19/90 



LAND REGISTRATION REFORM ACT, 1984 

O. Reg. 193/90. 

General. 

Made— November 3rd, 1989. 

Filed— April 23rd, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 580/84 

MADE UNDER THE 

LAND REGISTRATION REFORM ACT, 1984 

1. Subsection 1 (2) of Ontario Regulation 
580/84 is amended by adding the follow- 
ing paragraph: 

15. That portion of the Township of London, 
the City of London and the Township of 
West Nissouri described as follows: 

Commencing at the intersection of the west- 
erly limit of Clarke Side Road with the 
southerly limit of Huron Street; 

Thence southerly along the westerly 
widened limit of Clarke Side Road to 
Oxford Street; 

Thence easterly along the southerly 
widened limit of Oxford Street to Crumlin 
Side Road; 

Thence southerly along the westerly 
widened limit of Crumlin Side Road to 
Highway No. 2; 

Thence easterly along the southerly 
widened limit of Highway No. 2 to the road 
allowance between concessions 2 and 3 of 
the Township o( West Nissouri; 

Thence northerly along the westerly 
widened limit of the said road allowance 
between concessions 2 and 3 to Suburban 
Road 10; 

Thence westerly along the southerly 
widened limit of Suburban Road 10 to the 
easterly limit of Lot 1, Concession 3 of the 
Township of London; 

Thence northerly along the easterly limit of 
the said Lot 1 , Concession 3 to the northerly 
limit of Wager Road; 

Thence westerly along the northerly limit of 
Wager Road to Huron Street; 

Thence westerly along the southerly limit of 
Huron Street to the point of commence- 
ment. 



19/90 



689 



2634 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

fflSTORICAL PARKS ACT 

O. Reg. 194/90. 

Historical Parks — Fees. 
Made— April 20th, 1990. 
Filed— April 23rd, 1990. 



O. Reg. 194/90 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 262/87 

MADE UNDER THE 

fflSTORICAL PARKS ACT 

1. Sections 2, 3 and 4 of Ontario Regulation 262/87, as remade by section 1 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 138/89, is revoked and the following substituted: 

2. — (1) The admission fees for Sainte-Marie Among the Hurons Historical Park or for the Penetan- 
guishene Military and Naval Establishment Historical Park are as set out in this section. 

(2) The daily admission fees for either park are as follows: 



TABLE 





From the third Saturday 

in May to the first 
Monday in September 


AH other days 


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 
All others 


no fee 
$ 3.00 
$ 2.50 
$ 5.00 


no fee 

$ 2.25 
$ 2.00 
$ 3.75 


no fee 
$ 2.50 
$ 2.00 
$ 4.00 


no fee 
$ 2.00 
$ 1.25 
$ 3.50 



(3) The admission fees for both parks are as follows: 



TABLE 





Daily Pass 


Season Pass 


Child under six years of age 


no fee 


no fee 


Student 


$ 4.00 


$ 20.00 


Senior citizen 


$ 3.00 


$ 15.00 


All others 


$ 7.50 


$ 20.00 



(4) The admission fees for special events at either park are as follows: 

690 



O. Reg. 194/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

TABLE 



2635 





Evening 
tour 


Weekend festival 
(each day) 


Theatre or 
concert 


Child under six years of age 
Student 
Senior citizen 
All others 


no fee 
$ 2.50 
$ 2.00 
$ 4.00 


no fee 
$ 4.50 
$ 4.50 
$ 7.00 


no fee 
$ 3.00 
$ 3.00 
$ 5.00 



(5) The admission fees for a children's festival at either park are, 

(a) nil for a child under six years of age ; 

(b) $1 .50 for a child at least six years of age but less than fourteen years of age; 

(c) $3 for a full-time student carrying a student identification card; 

(d) $2.50 for a senior citizen; and 

(e) $5 for a person not otherwise described. O. Reg. 194/90, s. 1 , part. 

3. — (1) The admission fees to Fort William Historical Park are as set out in this section. 

(2) The daily admission fee during the period that begins on the fourth Sunday in June and ends on the first 
Monday in September is, 

(a) nil for a child under six years of age ; 

(b) $4.25 for a student or $1 .75 for a student in a group; 

(c) $3.25 for a senior citizen or $2.25 for a senior citizen in a group; and 

(d) $6.50 for a person not otherwise mentioned or $5.50 for such a person in a group. 

(3) The daily admission fee during the period that begins on the third Saturday in May and ends on the 
fourth Saturday in June and during the period that begins on the first Tuesday in September and ends on the 
31st day of October is, 

(a) nil for a child under six years of age ; 

(b) $2.75 for a student or $1 .75 for a student in a group; 

(c) $2.75 for a senior citizen or $1 .75 for a senior citizen in a group; and 

(d) $4.75 for a person not otherwise mentioned or $3.75 for such a person in a group. 

(4) The daily admission fee on Sundays during the period that begins on the 1st day of November and ends 
on the third Saturday in May in the following year is, 

(a) nil for a child under six years of age ; 

(b) $1 for a student; 

(c) $1 for a senior citizen; and 

(d) $3 for a person not otherwise mentioned. 

(5) The daily admission fee for a day not described in subsection (2), (3) or (4) is, 

(a) nil for a child under six years of age ; 

691 



2636 O. Reg. 194/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 195/90 

(b) $1 for a student; 

(c) $1 for a senior citizen; and 

(d) $2 for a person not otherwise mentioned. 

(6) The fee for a season pass for admission to the park is, 

(a) nil for a child under six years of age ; 

(b) $8.50 for a student; 

(c) $6 . 50 for a senior citizen ; 

(d) $13 for a person not otherwise mentioned; and 

(e) $26 for a family pass (for all the adults residing in a household and their children who are sixteen 
years of age or less or who are students). 

(7) The fees for special events are as follows: 



TABLE 





Evening 
tour 


Evening 
festival 


Candlelight 
tour 


Theatre or Concert 


local 
entertainment 


other 
entertainment 


Child under six years of age 
Student 
Senior citizen 
All others 


no fee 

$ 1 
$ 1 
$ 2 


no fee 

$ 2 
$2 
$ 4 


no fee 

$ 4 
$ 4 
$ 5 


no fee 

$ 5 
$ 5 
$ 8 


no fee 

$ 12 
$ 12 
$ 15 



(8) The admission fee for a children's festival is, 

(a) nil for a child under six years of age ; 

(b) $1 for a child at least six years of age but less than fourteen years of age; 

(c) $2 for a full-time student carrying a student identification card; 

(d) $2for a senior citizen; and 

(e) $4 for a person not otherwise described. O. Reg. 194/90, s. 1 , part. 
19/90 



NIAGARA PARKS ACT 

O. Reg. 195/90. 

General. 

Made— March 15th, 1990. 
Approved— April 20th, 1990. 
Filed— April 23rd, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 686 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

NIAGARA PARKS ACT 

1. Paragraph 1 of clause 1 (b) of Regulation 



692 



O. Reg. 195/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 196/90 2637 



686 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1980 is revoked. 

2. Section 20 of the said Regulation, as 
remade by section 1 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 183/86, is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 

20. The following fees are payable for a licence: 

1 . $30 for a guide licence . 

2. $80 for a Qass 2 sightseeing vehicle . 

3. $125 for a Qass 3 sightseeing vehicle. 

4. One-quarter of 1 cent per passenger seat per 
kilometre for a Class 4 sightseeing vehicle. 

5. $4 per entry into a park by a Qass 5 sight- 
seeing vehicle that is conveying senior citi- 
zen groups or groups from Canadian 
schools. 

6. $5 per entry into a park by a Class 5 sight- 
seeing vehicle not described in paragraph 5. 

7. $5 per entry into a park by a Class 6 sight- 
seeing vehicle that is conveying senior citi- 
zen groups or groups from Canadian 
schools. 

8. $10 per entry into a park by a Qass 6 vehicle 
not described in paragraph 7. O. Reg. 
195/90, s. 2. 

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

21. — (1) The licence fee for a sightseeing vehicle, 
other than a Class 4 vehicle, is payable upon applica- 
tion for the licence. 

(2) The licence holder for a Class 4 sightseeing 
vehicle shall pay the licence fee for each month's 
operation to the Commission not later than the fif- 
teenth day of the following month. O. Reg. 195/90, 
s. 3. 

The Niagara Parks Commission: 

Pamela Walker 
Chairman 



D. Schafer 
General Manager 

Dated at Niagara Falls, this 15th day of March, 
1990. 



ST. CLAIR PARKWAY COMMISSION ACT 

O. Reg. 196/90. 

General. 

Made— March 16th, 1990. 
Approved— April 20th, 1990. 
Filed— April 23rd, 1990. 



19/90 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 906 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

ST. CLAIR PARKWAY COMMISSION ACT 

1. Section 16 of Regulation 906 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as remade 
by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
140/89, is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor: 

16. — (1) The fees payable at the St. Clair Parkway 
Golf Course at Mooretown are as set out in this 
section. 

(2) The daily fee per person for nine holes of play 
is $14 and for eighteen holes of play is $19. 

(3) Despite subsection (2), the fee is $11.20 for 
nine holes of play, 

(a) after 5 p.m. during April, May, September 
and October; and 

(b) after 6 p.m. during June, July and August. 

(4) The annual fee to use the golf course at any 
time is, 

(a) $699 for a person more than seventeen and 
less than sixty-five years of age; 

(b) $325 for a person less than eighteen years of 
age; 

(c) $350 for a person sixty-five or more years of 
age; 

(d) $1,049 for two persons from the same 
household; 

(e) $1 ,200 for more than two persons from the 
same household, with a maximum of two 
people who are more than seventeen and 
less than sixty-five years of age. 

(5) The annual fee to use the golf course only after 
2 p.m. is $350. 

(6) The annual fee to use the golf course only on 
weekdays is $375. 



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2638 O. Reg. 196/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 197/90 



(7) The daily rental fee for a gas golf cart is $12 
for nine holes and $20 for eighteen holes of play. 

(8) The daily rental fee for a pull golf cart is $2.50 
for nine or eighteen holes of play. O. Reg. 196/90, 
s. 1. 

2. Subsection 19 (2) of the said Regulation, 
as remade by section 2 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 140/89, is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted therefor: 

(2) The fee for a camp-site permit is, 

(a) $13.25 for a permit valid for one day for a 
site with electrical power; 

(b) $79.50 for a permit valid for seven days for a 
site with electrical power; 

(c) $11.25 for a permit valid for one day for a 
site without electrical power. O. Reg. 
196/90, s. 2. 

3. Subsection 20 (2) of the said Regulation, 
as remade by section 3 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 140/89, is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted therefor: 

(2) The fee for a season camp-site permit is, 

(a) $525 for Lambton-Cundick park; and 

(b) $625 for Cathcart and Marine parks. 
O. Reg. 196/90, s. 3. 

4. Subsection 22 (2) of the said Regulation, 
as remade by section 4 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 140/89, is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted therefor: 

(2) The fee at The St. Clair Parkway Marine Park 
at Mitchell's Bay, 

(a) to launch a boat is $5 per day or $99 per 
season; 

(b) to rent a boat with a motor is $40 per day 
from sunrise to sunset or $27 per half day; 

(c) to rent a boat without a motor is $17 per day 
from sunrise to sunset ; 

(d) to moor a boat for a day is 70 cents per foot 
length of the boat; 

(e) to moor a boat for a month is $7.75 per foot 
length of the boat; 

(f) to moor a boat for a season is the sum of, 

(i) $24.50 per foot length of the boat. 



(ii) $80 per electrical outlet, if electrical 
power is supplied, and 

(iii) $50 if the boat is moored in area A or 
F at a dock side berth with onshore 
amenities; 

(g) to use the dumping station to empty holding 
tanks is $8 per boat or trailer. O. Reg. 
196/90, s. 4. 

5. Subsection 22a (2) of the said Regulation, 
as remade by section 5 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 140/89, is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted therefor: 

(2) The daily fee to moor a boat at the Sarnia Bay 
Marina is 70 cents per foot length of the boat plus, if 
electrical power is supplied, $2 per electrical outlet. 

(2a) The fee to moor a boat at the Sarnia Bay 
Marina for a season is $51.50 per foot length of the 
boat plus, if electrical power is supplied, $80 per elec- 
trical outlet. 

(2b) The fee to use the dumping station at the 
Sarnia Bay Marina to empty holding tanks is $8 per 
boat or trailer. O. Reg. 196/90, s. 5. 

The St. Clair Parkway Commission: 

J. George 
Chairman 

R. Harrison 
Secretary- Treasurer 

Dated at Corunna, this 16th day of March, 1990. 

19/90 



LIQUOR LICENCE ACT 

O. Reg. 197/90. 

General. 

Made— April 20th, 1990. 

Filed— April 24th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 581 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

LIQUOR LICENCE ACT 

1. Subsection 72 (1) of Regulation 581 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as 
remade by section 1 of Ontario Regula- 



694 



O. Reg. 197/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 199/90 2639 



tion 535/89, is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

( 1 ) The fee for a special occasion permit is , 

(a) for a no-sale permit, per day $ 20.00; 

(b) for a sale permit, for a fund- 
raising event, per day 100.00; 

(c) for a sale permit, for a communi- 
ty festival, for each three day 

period 100.00; 

(d) for a sale permit, for a social 
event other than a fund raising 
event or a community festival, 

perday 60.00. 

O. Reg. 197/90, s. 1. 
19/90 



LAND REGISTRATION REFORM ACT, 1984 

O. Reg. 198/90. 

General. 

Made— February 23rd, 1990. 

Filed— April 24th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 580/84 

MADE UNDER THE 

LAND REGISTRATION REFORM ACT, 1984 

1. Subsection 1 (2) of Ontario Regulation 
580/84 is amended by adding the follow- 
ing paragraph: 

16. Those portions of the Township of 
Chatham, the Township of Dover, the 
Township of Harwich and the Town of Wal- 
laceburg described as follows: 

Commencing at the intersection of the 
southwesterly widened limit of the road 
allowance between the townships of 
Chatham and Dover, also known as High- 
way 40, with the southeasterly widened limit 
of the road allowance between concessions 
4 and 5 in the Township of Chatham; 

Thence northwesterly along the said south- 
westerly limit of the road allowance to 
Libby Street; 

Thence easterly along the southerly 
widened limit of Libby Street to County 
Road 15; 



Thence continuing easterly along the south- 
erly widened limit of County Road 15 to 
Highway 21 ; 

Thence continuing easterly along the south- 
erly widened limit of Highway 21 to County 
Road 15; 

Thence southeasterly along the southwest- 
erly widened limit of County Road 15 to the 
Thames River; 

Thence southwesterly along the southeast- 
erly limit of the Thames River to County 
Road 30; 

Thence northwesterly along the southwest- 
erly widened limit of County Road 30 to the 
road allowance between concessions 4 and 
5; 

Thence southwesterly along the southeast- 
erly widened limit of the last mentioned 
road allowance to the point of commence- 
ment. 



19/90 



LAND REGISTRATION REFORM ACT, 1984 

O. Reg. 199/90. 

General. 

Made — February 23rd, 1990. 

FUed— April 24th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 580/84 

MADE UNDER THE 

LAND REGISTRATION REFORM ACT, 1984 

1. Subsection 1 (2) of Ontario Regulation 
580/84 is amended by adding the follow- 
ing paragraph: 

17. Those portions of the Township of Zone, 
the Township of Camden, the Township of 
Orford and the Town of Bothwell described 
as follows: 

Commencing at the intersection of the west- 
erly widened limit of County Road 26 with 
the southerly widened limit of Highway 21; 

Thence northerly along the westerly 
widened limit of County Road 26 to County 
Road 22; 

Thence easterly along the southerly 
widened limit of County Road 22 to County 
Road 21; 



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2640 O. Reg. 199/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 202/90 



19/90 



1. 



Thence southerly along the westerly 
widened limit of County Road 21 to the 
Thames River; 

Thence southwesterly along the southerly 
hmit of the Thames River to the road allow- 
ance between the townships of Zone and 
Camden; 

Thence northwesterly along the southwest- 
erly widened limit of the last mentioned 
road allowance to Baseline Road; 

Thence westerly along the southerly 
widened limit of Baseline Road to Highway 
21; 

Thence continuing westerly along the south- 
erly widened limit of Highway 21 to the 
point of commencement. 



PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 200/90. 

Zoning Areas — District of Kenora, Part of 

the Sioux Lookout Planning Area. 
Made— April 23rd, 1990. 
Filed— April 25th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 25/86 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

Ontario Regulation 25/86 is amended by 
adding the following section: 



88. — (1) Although the land described in subsec- 
tion (2) is shown on the maps referred to in section 4 
as being in a General Industrial Zone, it shall be 
deemed to be in a General Commercial Zone to 
which Part VI applies if the following requirements 
are met: 

Minimum lot frontage 25.8 metres 

Minimum rear yard 5.2 metres 



Minimum side yard 



1.27 metres 



(2) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land in 
the geographic Township of Drayton in the Territori- 
al District of Kenora, being composed of part of Lot 
1 in Range 3 of the Reserve designated as Part 1 on 
Plan of Survey of Record KR-497 except Unit 2 of 
Plan D-3 registered in the Land Registry Office for 
the Land Titles Division of Kenora (No. 23). 
O. Reg. 200/90, s. 1. 

696 



Peter W. Boles 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 23rd day of April, 1990. 

19/90 

CONSOLIDATED HEARINGS ACT, 1981 

O. Reg. 201/90. 

Aggregate Resources Act, 1989. 
Made— April 20th, 1990. 
Filed— April 25th, 1990. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
CONSOLIDATED HEARINGS ACT, 1981 

AGGREGATE RESOURCES ACT, 1989 

1. The Aggregate Resources Act, 1989 is pre- 
scribed for the purposes of section 2 of the Act. 
O. Reg. 201/90, s. 1. 

2. All undertakings to which the Act would apply 
because of the effect of section 1 are exempt from the 
application of the Act except the proposed undertak- 
ing including all alternatives to it by The Municipality 
of Metropolitan Toronto to acquire lots 29 and 30, 
Concession 3, Town of Vaughan, The Regional 
Municipality of York, to extract clay therefrom, to 
transport the clay to the Keele Valley Landfill Site 
and to construct the clay liner and final cover for the 
Keele Valley Landfill Site. O. Reg. 201/90, s. 2. 

19/90 



ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT 

O. Reg. 202/90. 

Effluent Monitoring — Pulp and Paper 

Sector. 
Made— April 20th, 1990. 
Filed— April 25th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 435/89 

MADE UNDER THE 

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT 

1. — (1) Subsection 1 (1) of Ontario Regulation 
435/89 is amended by striking out the def- 
inition of ''operating day" and substitut- 
ing the following: 



O. Reg. 202/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2641 



"operating day", in relation to a direct discharger's 
plant, means a twenty-four hour period during 
which wood is processed or pulp, paper, paper- 
board, fibreboard or tissue is manufactured at the 
plant, beginning at a time specified by the direct 
discharger in the initial report; 

(2) Subsection 1 (1) of the Regulation is fur- 
ther amended by adding the following 
definition: 

"storm event", in relation to a plant, means a rainfall 
or series of rainfalls on an operating day that in 
total exceeds five millimetres as measured by a rain 
gauge within eight kilometres of the plant or an 
Environment Canada meteorological station within 
eight kilometres of the plant; 

2. Section 3 of the Regulation is amended by 
adding the following subsections: 

(5) In addition to complying with subsection 
3 (19) of the General Effluent Monitoring Regula- 
tion, each direct discharger shall use only sampling 
equipment for the collection of samples, the wettable 
surfaces of which are made of, 

(a) tluorocarbon resins, glass or stainless steel 
for samples that are to be analyzed for 
parameters in analytical test groups 26, PP2 
and PP3; and 

(b) fluorocarbon resins, glass, stainless steel, 
high or low density polyethylene, f>oly- 
ethylene terephthalate, polystyrene or 
polypropylene for samples that are to be 
analyzed for parameters in analytical test 
group PPl. 

(6) Despite subsection (5), a direct discharger 
may use sampling devices that contain a short section 
of surgical grade silicone rubber tubing or other 
tubing approved by the Director if such tubing can- 
not be replaced by a material mentioned in sub- 
section (5) without impairing the operation of the 
device. 

(7) For the purposes of subsections 3 (22), (25a) 
and (26) of the General Effluent Monitoring 
Regulation, 

(a) a sample collected for analysis for parame- 
ters in more than one analytical test group 
as set out in Schedule L is deemed to be a 
sample collected for analysis for parameters 
in more than one analytical test group as set 
out in Schedule 1 to the General Effluent 
Monitoring Regulation; and 

(b) a laboratory sample container specified in 
Q)lumn 2 of Schedule 1 to this Regulation is 
deemed to be a laboratory sample container 
specified in Column 2 of Schedule 2 to the 
General Effluent Monitoring Regulation. 



(8) Instead of the minimum sample volumes spec- 
ified in Column 5 of Schedule 1 , a direct discharger 
may, in relation to a sample to be analyzed, submit to 
the laboratory f)erforming the analysis the minimum 
sample volume required by the laboratory to meet 
the analytical method detection limits set out in 
Column 6 of Schedule 2. 

(9) Each direct discharger shall ensure that there 
is a rain gauge to which the discharger has ready 
access at all times within eight kilometres of the dis- 
charger's plant, unless there is an Environment 
Canada meteorological station within eight kilo- 
metres of the plant. 

(10) Subsection (9) does not apply in relation to a 
plant at which a storm water sampling point has not 
been established under subsection 6(1). 

(11) Subsection 3 (29) of the General Effluent 
Monitoring Regulation does not apply where a direct 
discharger is governed by this Regulation. O. Reg. 

202/90, s. 2. 

3. The Regulation is amended by adding the 
following section: 

DUPUCATE SAMPLES 

23a. For the purposes of sections 24 to 26, where 
a direct discharger collects a composite sample using 
an automatic composite sampling device, the dischar- 
ger may, instead of collecting a duplicate sample, 
remove an aliquot from each sample container used 
to collect the sample, in which case the direct dischar- 
ger shall analyze the aliquots as if they were duplicate 
samples. O. Reg. 202/90, s. 3. 

4. Section 25 of the Regulation is amended 
by adding the following subsection: 

(8a) Despite subsection (8), a direct discharger 
need not analyze travelling spiked blank samples pre- 
pared under subsection (7) for parameters in analyti- 
cal test groups 9 and 12. O. Reg. 202/90, s. 4. 

5. Subsection 29 (11) of the Regulation is 
revoked ami the following substituted: 

(11) For the purpose of subsection (10), each 
direct discharger shall report the results of analyses 
of samples for parameters in analytical test groups 1 , 
3, 4a, 4b, 5a, 6, 7, 8, 9, 12, 15, 16, 17, 19, 20, 23, 26, 
27, PPl, PP2 and PP3 within sixty days after the day 
on which the sample was collected and shall report 
the results of analyses of samples for parameters in 
analytical test groups 24, 28a and 28b within ninety 
days after the day on which the sample was collected. 
O. Reg. 202/90, s. 5. 



6. Schedule L to the Regulation is amended 
by adding the following note at the end: 



697 



2642 O. Reg. 202/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 205/90 



NOTE: For dichlorobromomethane follow the sam- 
pling and analytical principles outlined for 
analytical test group 16 in Schedule 2 and in 
Part B of Schedule 3 in the General Effluent 
Monitoring Regulation with an analytical 
method detection limit of 0.8 ug/L. 



7. 



The entry in Column 6 of Schedule 1 to 
the Regulation opposite analytical test 
group PP2 is amended by striking out 
''none" and substituting the following: 

Add nitric acid (HNO3) to 
lower pH to 2 



19/90 



EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES ACT 

O. Reg. 203/90. 

General. 

Made— April 20th, 1990. 

Filed— April 25th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 280 OF REVISED 

REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES ACT 

1. Subsection 4(5) of Regulation 280 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as 
remade by section 1 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 225/81, is revoked and the foUowii^ 
substituted: 

(5) The fee for a licence or renewal is, 

(a) $500 for a Class A or Class B employment 
agency; 

(b) $100 for a Class C employment agency; and 

(c) $200 for a Class D employment agency. 
O. Reg. 203/90, s. 1. 



19/90 



LABOUR RELATIONS ACT 

O. Reg. 204/90. 

General. 

Made— April 20th, 1990. 

Filed— April 25th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 544 OF REVISED 

REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

LABOUR RELATIONS ACT 

1. Subsection 1 (1) of Regulation 544 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as 
remade by section 1 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 408/81, is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

(1) The expense of proceedings under section 124 
of the Act including preliminary proceedings, hearing 
and preparing decisions in respect of the referral of 
one or more grievances under a collective agreement 
is fixed at $400 for each day or part of a day that a 
hearing is held. O. Reg. 204/90, s. 1. 

19/90 



OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY 
ACT 

O. Reg. 205/90. 

Industrial Establishments. 
Made— April 20th, 1990. 
Filed— April 25th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 692 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY 

ACT 

1. Section 9 of Regulation 692 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is revoked 
and the following substituted: 

9. The fee for each copy of a report or each copy 
of an order furnished under section 35 of the Act is 
$500. O. Reg. 205/90, s. 1. 

19/90 



698 



o. Reg. 206/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY 
ACT 

O. Reg. 206/90. 

Mines and Mining Plants. 
Made— April 20th, 1990. 
FUed— April 25th, 1990. 



2643 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 694 OF REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY ACT 

1. — (1) Subsection 19 (1) of Regulation 694 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as amended 
by section 5 of Ontario Regulation 569/83, is further amended by striking out "wire rope test- 
ing laboratory or laboratories" in the first line and substituting 'laboratory". 

(2) Subsection 19 (2) of the Regulation is amended by adding the following Table: 

TABLE 



Column 1 


Column 2 


1 

Column 3 


Column 4 


Type 


Diameter in Millimetres 


Fee 


Fee 


Round or 
flattened 
strand 


To and including 22.2 
Over 22.2 to and including 34.9 
Over 34.9 to and including 50.8 
Over 50.8 to and including 57.2 
Over 57.2 to and including 63.5 
Over 63.5 to and including 76.2 
Over 76.2 to and including 101.6 


$ 140 
220 
350 
550 
800 
1,250 
1,850 


$ 220 

350 

520 

750 

1,040 

1,450 

2,000 


Lock coil 


To and including 22.2 
Over 22.2 to and including 34.9 
Over 34.9 to and including 44.4 
Over 44.4 to and including 63.5 
Over 63.5 to and including 76.2 
Over 76.2 to and including 101 .6 


160 

280 

420 

1,170 

1,600 

2,000 


260 

450 

650 

1,430 

1,800 

2,200 


Plastic 
filled 
valley 
(PFV) 


To and including 22.2 
Over 22.2 to and including 34.9 
Over 34.9 to and including 50.8 
Over 50.8 to and including 57.2 
Over 57.2 to and including 63.5 
Over 63.5 to and including 76.2 
Over 76.2 to and including 101.6 


280 
440 
700 
1,100 
1,600 
2,500 
3,700 


360 
570 
900 
1,300 
1,840 
2,700 
3,850 


Synthetic 
rope 


To and including 22.2 
Over 22.2 


100 
200 


200 
300 


Additional charge for testing with resin socket material 




To and including 22.2 
Over 22.2 


100 
200 


100 
200 



(3) Subsection 19 (3) of the Regulation, as amended by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 365/86, is 
revoked. 

(4) The Table to subsection 19 (4) of the Regulation, as remade by section 2 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 226/83, is revoked and the following substituted: 

699 



2644 O. Reg. 206/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

TABLE 



O. Reg. 208/90 



Column 1 


Column 2 


Diameter in 


Diameter in 


Millimetres 


Inches 


22.2 


% 


34.9 


IVs 


44.4 


Wa 


50.8 


2 


57.2 


2V4 


63.5 


2V2 


76.2 


3 


101.6 


4 



(5) 



19/90 



Subsection 19 (5) of the Regulation, as amended by section 5 of Ontario Regulation 569/83, is 
further amended by striking out ''wire rope testing" in the first line. 



fflGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

O. Reg. 207/90. 

Stop Signs in Territory Without Municipal 

Organization. 
Made— April 23rd, 1990. 
Filed— April 25th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 574/81 

MADE UNDER THE 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

1. Ontario Regulation 574/81 is amended by 
adding the following Schedules: 

Schedule 84 

1. The roadway known as Concession Road Four 
and Five in the unorganized Township of Ingram in 
the Territorial District of Timiskaming at its intersec- 
tion with the roadway known as Swamp Road. 

2. Eastbound and westbound on Concession Road 
Four and Five. O. Reg. 207/90, s. 1 , part. 

Schedule 85 

1. The roadway known as Concession Road Four 
and Five in the unorganized Township of Ingram in 
the Territorial District of Timiskaming at its intersec- 
tion with the roadway known as Allen Road. 

2. Eastbound and westbound on Concession Road 
Four and Five. O. Reg. 207/90, s. 1 , part. 

700 



Schedule 86 

1. The roadway known as Concession Road Four 
and Five in the unorganized Township of Ingram in 
the Territorial District of Timiskaming at its intersec- 
tion with the roadway known as Shepherd Road. 

2. Eastbound and westbound on Concession Road 
Four and Five. O. Reg. 207/90, s. 1 , part. 

William Wrye 
Minister of Transportation 

Dated at Toronto, this 23rd day of April, 1990. 

19/90 



HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

O. Reg. 208/90. 

Speed Limits in Territory Without Municipal 

Organization. 
Made— April 23rd, 1990. 
Filed— April 25th, 1990. 



1. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 708/83 

MADE UNDER THE 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Ontario Regulation 708/83 is amended by 
adding the following Schedule: 



O. Reg. 208/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 209/90 2645 



Schedule 10 



1 . That part of the highway known as Trout Lake 
Road in the unorganized Township of Aweres in the 
Territorial District of Algoma lying between a point 
situate at its intersection with the King's Highway 
known as No. 17 and a point situate at its intersection 
with the roadway known as Maki Lake Road. 



2. Fifty kilometres per hour. O. Reg. 208/90, 
s. 1. 

William Wrye 
Minister of Transportation 

Dated at Toronto, this 23rd day of April, 1990. 
19/90 



HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

O. Reg. 209/90. 

General. 

Made— April 25th, 1990. 

Filed— April 25th, 1990. 



► 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 452 OF REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

1. Item 19 of Table IB of Regulation 452 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as made by 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 36/90, is revoked and the following substituted: 

19. On or after the 1st day of 
February, 1990, but before 
the 1st day of May, 1990... 

20. On or after the 1st day of 
May, 1990 

2. Items 7zl, 13zl, 19zl, 25zl, 31zl and 75 of Table 2 of the Regulation, as made by section 2 of 
Ontario Regulation 36/90, are revoked and the following substituted: 



715.20 


23.51 


1,105.81 


36.36 


1,821.01 


59.87 


721.90 


23.73 


1,099.11 


36.14 


1,821.01 


59.87 



701 



2646 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



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702 



O. Reg. 210/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
NURSING HOMES ACT 

O. Reg. 210/90. 

General. 

Made— April 25th, 1990. 

Filed— April 25th, 1990. 



O. Reg. 211/90 2647 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 690 OF REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

NURSING HOMES ACT 

1. Item 39 of Table 1 of Regulation 690 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as made by 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 35/90, is revoked and the following substituted: 



39. On or after the 1st day of February, 1990, 
but before the 1st day of May, 1990. 

40. On or after the 1st day of May, 1990. 
19/90 



$715.20 
$721.90 



$23.51 
$23.73 



ONTARIO PLACE CORPORATION ACT 

O. Reg. 211/90. 

Fees. 

Made— March 19th, 1990. 
Approved— April 25th, 1990. 
Filed— April 26th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 732 OF 

REVISED REGLXATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

ONTARIO PLACE CORPORATION ACT 

1. Clause 1 (b) of Regulation 732 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is revoked 
and the following substituted: 

(b) "child" means a person who is at least two 
years of age but less than thirteen years of 
age; 

2. — (1) Subsection 2 (1) of the Regulation, as 
remade by section 2 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 170/88, is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

(1) The admission fee to Ontario Place before 
9.00 p.m. during the summer operating season is, 

(a) $7 for each adult or junior; and 

(b) $3 for each child or senior citizen. 



(la) The admission fee to Ontario Place at or after 
9.00 p.m. during the summer operating season is $2. 

(lb) Despite clause (1) (b) and subsection (la), no 
admission fee is payable by senior citizens on 
Wednesdays. 

(Ic) The admission fee to Ontario Place on week- 
days during the Canadian National Exhibition is, 

(a) $7 for each adult or junior; and 

(b) $2 for each child or senior citizen. 

(Id) The admission fee to Ontario Place on week- 
ends during the Canadian National Exhibition or on 
Labour Day is, 

(a) $7 for each adult or junior; and 

(b) $2 for each child or senior citizen. O. Reg. 
21 1/90, s. 2(1). 

(2) Subsection 2 (5) of the Regulation, as 
remade by section 1 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 144/89, is revoked. 

(3) Clause 2 (7) (f) of the Regulation, as 
remade by section 1 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 144/89, is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

(f) for a reserved space for one car on the 
mainland, $200 per month or $600 for the 
summer operating season; 



703 



2648 O. Reg. 211/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 212/90 



(4) Subsection 2 (14) of the Regulation, as 
amended by section 1 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 144/89, is revoked. 

(5) Subsections 2 (15), (16) and (17) of the 
Regulation, as remade by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 144/89, are revoked 
and the following substituted: 

(15) The fee to use the waterslide is $2 for each 
twenty-minute period. 

(16) The fee to use a remote control boat is 25 
cents for each three-minute period. 

(17) The fee per person for a ride on a bumper 
boat is $2 for each six-minute period. O. Reg. 
211/90, s. 2(5). 

(6) Subsection 2 (18) of the Regulation, as 
made by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
287/83, is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted: 

(18) The fee to use a stroller is $3 per day. 
O. Reg. 211/90, s. 2(6). 

(7) Subsection 2 (20) of the Regulation, as 
remade by section 1 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 144/89, is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

(20) The fee for a ride on the west island flume 
ride is $2 per person. O. Reg. 211/90, s. 2 (7). 

3. Table 1 of the Regulation, as remade by 
section 2 of Ontario Regulation 144/89, is 
revoked and the following substituted: 

TABLE 1 
Sailboats, Runabouts and Cruisers 



Column 1 


Column 2 


Length of boat 


Daily 
fee 


Monthly 
fee 


Seasonal 
fee 


Up to and including 
20 feet 

More than 20 feet 
to and including 25 
feet 


$15.50 
17.50 


$261.00 
391.00 


$1,045.00 
1,567.00 



Column 1 


Column 2 


Length of boat 


Daily 
fee 


Monthly 
fee 


Seasonal 
fee 


More than 25 feet 








to and including 30 
feet 


$19.50 


$444.00 


$1,776.00 


More than 30 feet 








to and including 35 
feet 


21.50 


496.00 


1,985.00 


More than 35 feet 








to and including 40 
feet 


26.00 


548.00 


2,194.00 


More than 40 feet 








to and including 45 
feet 


29.00 


627.00 


2,508.00 


More than 45 feet 








to and including 50 
feet 


32.00 


679.00 


2,717.00 


More than 50 feet 








to and including 55 
feet 


34.00 


783.00 


3,135.00 


More than 55 feet 








to and including 60 
feet 


37.50 


862.00 


3,448.00 


More than 60 feet 








for each foot or 








portion thereof 


1.50 


16.00 


62.00 



O. Reg. 211/90, s. 3. 

4. Table 2 of the Regulation, as remade by 
section 2 of Ontario Regulation 144/89, is 
revoked. 

Ontario Place Corporation: 

Ed Cieszkowski 
General Manager 

Joel Shapiro 
Secretary- Treasurer 

Dated at Toronto, this 19th day of March, 1990. 
19/90 



CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS ACT 

O. Reg. 212/90. 

General. 

Made— April 25th, 1990. 

Filed— April 26th, 1990. 



704 



O. Reg. 212/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 214/90 2649 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 95 OF REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS ACT 

1. Item 58 of Table 1 of Regulation 95 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as made by sec- 
tion 1 of Ontario Regulation 52/90, is revoked and the following substituted: 



58. From and including the 1st day 
of April, 1990 up to and includ- 
ing the 30th day of April, 1990.. 23.51 

59. From and including the 1st day 

of May, 1990 23.73 

19/90 



65.58 



65.58 



40.25 



40.47 



100.00 



100.00 



41.08 



41.08 



FAMILY BENEFITS ACT 

O. Reg. 213/90. 

General. 

Made— April 25th, 1990. 

Filed— April 26th, 1990. 



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 Regu- 
lation 53/90, is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

(i) $23.73 a day, or 

2. This Regulation comes into force on the 
1st day of May, 1990. 



19/90 



GENERAL WELFARE ASSISTANCE ACT 

O. Reg. 214/90. 

General. 

Made— April 25th, 1990. 

FUed— April 26th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 441 OF REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

GENERAL WELFARE ASSISTANCE ACT 

1. Item 37 of Schedule E to Regulation 441 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as made by 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 54/90, is revoked and the following substituted: 



37. From and including the 1st day of February, 
1990 up to and including the 30th day of April, 
1990 $23.51 



38. From and including the 1st day of May, 1990 
19/90 



$23.73 



66.47 
66.47 



100.00 
100.00 



705 



57.75 
57.75 



2650 O. Reg. 215/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 216/90 

HOMES FOR THE AGED AND REST HOMES ACT 

O. Reg. 215/90. 

General. 

Made— April 25th, 1990. 

Filed— April 26th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 502 OF REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HOMES FOR THE AGED AND REST HOMES ACT 

1. Item 56 of Table 1 of Regulation 502 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as made by 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 55/90, is revoked and the foUowii^ substituted: 

56. From and including the 1st day of February, 
1990 up to and including the 30th day of April, 

1990 23.51 56.15 40.25 100.00 

57. FromandincludingthelstdayofMay, 1990... 23.73 56.15 40.47 100.00 
19/90 



ELECTION ACT, 1984 

O. Reg. 216/90. 

Fees and Expenses. 
Made— April 20th, 1990. 
Filed— April 26th, 1990. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
ELECTION ACT, 1984 

FEES AND EXPENSES 

1. The fees and expenses allowed under the Act are set out in the Schedule. O. Reg. 216/90, s. 1. 

Schedule 

1.— (1) In this Schedule, 

'rural" means, 

(a) a municipality not described in the definition of "urban", 

(b) territory without municipal organization, or 

(c) a polling division designated as "rural" under subsection (2); 
'urban" means, 

(a) a city, town, village or improvement district having a population of at least 5 ,000, 

(b) a township having a population of at least 10,000, or 

706 



O. Reg. 216/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 2651 

(c) a municipality adjacent to a city having a population of at least 100,000. 

(2) The Chief Election Officer may, on the written recommendation of a returning officer, designate a poll- 
ing division as rural. 

(3) A designation of a polling division as rural remains in effect for all purposes during an election. 

2. The fees and allowable expenses prescribed in sections 8 and 10 may be pro-rated downwards where the 
Chief Election Officer directs that the duties be done more than once between elections. 

3. An amount not exceeding 30 per cent of any amount set out in the Schedule is prescribed as an additional 
amount payable where, in the opinion of the Chief Election Officer, by reason of the size and character of an 
electoral district or other special circumstances, an amount set out in the Schedule does not provide adequate 
remuneration to election officers or other persons employed at or with respect to an election, including land- 
lords of premises used for the purpose of an election. 

FEES AND EXPENSES 

BEFORE AND DURING AN ELECTION 

4. Travel for Returning Officer 

Paid once for each official review and changes 
Paid once during an election 

RURAL — personal driving $ .35 a kilometre 

— other transportation and related travel expenses Receipts 

URBAN — for each polling place and advance poll 4.30 

5. Sundry Items 

Reimbursement of cash outlays for office supplies, stationery, postage, 

pay telephone calls, base maps and required copies of final maps, etc. . . Receipts 

6. Payment for any election expenses not specifically set out but necessary 

and reasonable for the proper conduct of an election Receipts 

BEFORE AN ELECTION 

RETURNING OFHŒR AND ELECTION CLERK 

7. Course on electoral procedure and other election duties as directed by 
the Chief Election Officer 

Attendance — including part payment for part days 170.00 a day 

Personal driving .35 a kilometre 

Other transportation and related travel expense Receipts 

RETURNING OmCER 

8. Polling Divisions 

Review, when ordered by the Chief Election Officer 450.00 

Changes, when determined as necessary after review, with detailed 

descriptions of all boundaries 900.00 maximum 

Map>s, preparation of map or map» of electoral district with polling 
division boundaries and poll numbers shown by bold dark lines in such 

707 



2652 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 216/90 

manner as to be suitable for reproduction of copies required for 

distribution $ 400.00 maximum 

Typed descriptions, on 8V2 by 14 inch white paper as per format 
supplied by the Chief Election Officer and including the production of 
carbon or machine copies required for distribution 490.00 

9. Storage of election supplies at home or elsewhere (no insurance 

required) 36.00 a month 

10. Key — ^preparation of original or revised key to urban polling divisions, 
typed on SVa by 14 inch white paper as per format supplied by the 
Chief Election Officer and including the production of carbon or 

machine copies sufficient for distribution per original page $15.00 

PLUS — in an urban electoral district 550.00 

— in a mixed urban and rural electoral district 120.00 minimum 

550.00 maximum 

11. Preliminary selection of polling places with an accessibility report to 

the Chief Election Officer 305.00 



DURING AN ELECTION 

RETURNING OFRCER 

12. Personal fee 

All duties including revision 3,425.00 

PLUS — Name fee — for each name on the polling list 

If a poll is held (minimum $5,000) .18 

If no poll is held (minimum $2,500) .08 

13. Notice of enumeration fee 

All duties connected with addressing, sorting by postal code and 

mailing notice of enumeration for each name enumerated .12 

PAYMENT OF OFFICE OR OTHER PERSONNEL 

14. Stenographers, typists, clerical assistants and other help in the 
returning office and for persons to post notices of poll — for each name 

on the polling list .20 

Cost of film projectionist where necessary Vouchers 

RENTALS 

15. Office rental as approved by the Chief Election Officer Approved Contract 

Facilities for instruction meetings, office furniture, business machines 

and film projector Vouchers 

ELECTION CLERK 

16. Personal fee 

All duties including those of revision assistant 3/5 of item 12 

708 



O. Reg. 216/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

17. Rural Travel (there is no urban allowance for election clerks) 

Personal driving as directed by the returning officer $ . 35 a kilometre 

Related rural travel expenses as directed by the returning officer Receipts 

RECOUNT 

18. Attendance by a returning officer and election clerk at a judicial 

recount or appeal from decision on recount and paid to each 1 70. 00 a day 

OTHER ELECnON OFFICER 

19. When appointed by the returning officer with the approval of the Chief 
Election Officer to assist the returning officer in special circumstances 

All duties as directed for those days and polling divisions allocated by 

the returning officer 125.00 a day 

PLUS — if located other than in the returning office 

Personal driving in rural areas .35 a kilometre 

Other rural transportation and related travel expenses Receipts 

Sundry supplies Receipts 

REGULAR ENUMERATORS 

20. For the enumeration of a polling division and the preparation and 
posting of the typed list of electors as directed and approved by the 
returning officer and paid to each: 

Basic fee, including personal driving and incidental 

Rural 105.00 

Urban 75.00 

Attendance at class of instruction including travel to and from 40.00 

For each name on typed list submitted to the returning officer .52 

Personal driving in rural or mixed rural and urban electoral districts 
delivering lists to the returning officer after a total of sixteen kilometres 
of travel .35 a kilometre 

Typing of lists by other than the enumerator, to be deducted from the 

total fee payable to the enumerator .08 a name 

SPECIAL ENUMERATORS 

21. Special enumeration or other related duties as directed by the return- 
ing officer and paid to each 70.00 a day 

Personal driving, rural and urban — paid for one vehicle per pair of 

enumerators .35 a kilometre 

REVISING AGENT 

22. Each pair appointed only under special circumstances and with the 

prior approval of the Chief Election Officer 70.00 a day 

Personal driving, rural and urban — paid for one vehicle per pair of 

revising agents .35 a kilometre 

709 



2653 



2654 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 216/90 

REVISION ASSISTANT 

23. When appointed by the returning officer with the approval of the Chief 
Election Officer to assist the returning officer in special circumstances 

All duties as directed and for those days and polling divisions allocated 

by the returning officer (a minimum seven hour day) $ 125.00 a day 

PLUS — if located other than in returning office 

Personal driving in rural areas .35 a kilometre 

Other rural transportation and related travel expenses Receipts 

Sundry items Receipts 

24. Final selection of polling places and necessary rental agreement 
negotiations 305.00 

POLLING PLACE RENTAL 

25 . Furnished as per poll rental agreement per polling place 90.00a day 

DEPUTY RETURNING OFFICER 

26. All duties in connection with attending and holding a poll and making a 

return, including advance polls or on stand-by in the returning office .... 135.00 a day 

Attendance at class of instruction including travel to and from 40.00 

Postage for returning ballot box contents in remote areas Receipts 

Personal driving in rural or mixed rural and urban electoral districts 
picking up or returning election material after a total of sixteen 
kilometres of travel in each case .35 a kilometre 

POLL CLERK 

27. All duties in connection with attending and holding a poll, including 

advance polls 100.00 a day 

Attendance at class of instruction including travel to and from 40.00 

OTHER POLL OFFICIALS 

28. Poll Co-ordinator 

Attendance at a polling location with three or more polling places 135.00 a day 

Attendance at a class of instruction including travel to and from 40.00 

29. Traffic Director when required at a polling location 50.00 a day 

s^ SECURITY GUARD 

30. When required by the returning officer and authorized by the Chief 

Election Officer Vouchers 

PRINTING 

LIST OF ELECTORS 

31 . For reproducing from pages supplied by the returning officer up to 100 
copies of each page, gathered and stitched into poll sets by page 
number, the sets sorted into poll number sequence and delivered to the 

710 



O. Reg. 216/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 2655 

returning officer, including up to 25 complete sets, trimmed and bound 

with cardboard covers up to $23.00 per page 

Film and metal plate (if required) up to $13.00 per page 

When collated into complete sets in poll number sequence up to $1 1 .00 per poll 

PROCLAMATION 

32. As sample format — up to a maximum of 300 copies (English or French 

or both English and French) up to $100.00 the lot 

Film and plates, if required up to $14.00 each 

NOTICE OF ENUMERATION CARD 

33. Printing two sides, black ink, on white bristol; as per specification set 
out by the Chief Election Officer 

First 100 cards per poll up to $19.00 

Each additional 100 cards per poll up to $3.25 

NOTICE OF POLL 

34. As sample format — up to a maximum of 400 copies (English or French 

or both English and French) up to $105.00 the lot 

Film and plate, if required up to $14.00 each 

BALLOTS 

35. Printing two sides, numbering once on perforated stub and stitched or 
stapled (no gumming) into pads of twenty-five ballots each — 

set up cost up to $745.00 the lot 

PLUS: 

2 or 3 names per ballot up to $27.00 per 1000 

4 names per ballot up to $38.00 per 1000 

5 names per ballot up to $40.00 per 1000 

6 names per ballot up to $45.00 per 1000 

7 names per ballot up to $48.00 per 1000 

SUNDRY PRINTING 

36. As ordered by the returning officer Invoices 

37. The following districts have been designated as "Northern" and are 
subject to special allowance: 

Algoma Parry Sound 

Algoma-Manitoulin Port Arthur 

Cochrane North Rainy River 

Cochrane South Renfrew North 

Fort William Sauk Ste. Marie 

Kenora Sudbury 

Lake Nipigon Sudbury East 

Nickel Belt Timiskaming 



Nipissing 



711 



2656 O. Reg. 216/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 217/90 

SPECIAL FEES IN NORTHERN ELECTORAL DISTRICTS 

Urban travel allowance — ^for each polling place and advance p)oll $ 4.80 

Personal Driving .36 a kilometre 

Name fee — minimum payable 

—if poll is held 8,000.00 

—if no poll is held 4,500.00 

O. Reg. 216/90, Sched. 



2. Ontario Regulation 120/87 is revoked. 



19/90 



MUNICIPAL BOUNDARY NEGOTIATIONS 
ACT, 1981 

O. Reg. 217/90. 

Town of Fergus, Township of West 

Garafraxa, Township of Nichol Boundary. 
Made— April 20th, 1990. 
Filed— April 26th, 1990. 



ORDER IN COUNCIL 

R.O.C. 144/90 

WHEREAS The Corporation of the Town of Fergus 
and The Corporation of the Township of West 
Garafraxa have entered into an agreement dated the 
23rd day of October, 1989 for the resolution of cer- 
tain boundary issues; 

AND WHEREAS The Corporation of the Town of 
Fergus and The Corporation of the Township of 
Nichol have entered into an agreement dated the 8th 
day of January, 1990 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 intermunicipal agreements; 

AND WHEREAS an objection to the proposed issu- 
ance of the Order was filed with the Clerk of the 
Executive Council within the filing period; 

AND WHEREAS the Lieutenant Governor in 
Council has decided that the public interest in the 
implementation of the municipal agreements out- 
weighs the objections filed by the objectors; 

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. On the 1st day of May, 1990, the portion of 
the Township of West Garafraxa described in 
Schedule A is annexed to the Town of Fergus. 

2. On the 1st day of May, 1990, the portion of the 
road allowance of the Township of Nichol described 
in Schedule B is annexed to the Town of Fergus. 

3. All real property of The Corporation of the 
Township of West Garafraxa situate in the annexed 
area described in Schedule A vests in The Corpora- 
tion of the Town of Fergus on the 1st day of May, 
1990. 

4. On the 1st day of May, 1990, the by-laws of The 
Corporation of the Town of Fergus extend to the 
annexed area described in Schedule A and the by- 
laws of The Corporation of the Township of West 
Garafraxa cease to apply to such area, except, 

(a) by-laws of The Corporation of the Town- 
ship of West Garafraxa, 

(i) that were passed under section 34 of 
the Planning Act, 1983 or a predeces- 
sor of that section, 

(ii) that were kept in force by subsection 
13 (3) of The Municipal Amendment 
Act, 1941, or 

(iii) that were passed under the Highway 
Traffic Act or the Municipal Act that 
regulate the use of highways by vehi- 
cles and pedestrians and that regu- 
late the encroachment or projection 
of buildings or any portion thereof 
upon or over highways, 

which shall remain in force until repealed by 



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O. Reg. 217/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2657 



the council of The Corporation of the Town 

of Fergus; 

(b) by-laws of The Corporation of the Town- 
ship of West Garafraxa passed under sec- 
tion 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 
council of The Corporation of the Township 
of West Garafraxa. 

5. The clerk of The Corporation of the Township 
of West Garafraxa shall as soon as practicable pre- 
pare and furnish to the clerk of The Corporation of 
the Town of Fergus a special collector's roll showing 
all arrears of taxes or special rates assessed against 
the lands in the annexed area described in 
Schedule A up to and including the 30th day of April, 
1990 and the persons assessed therefor. 

6. — (1) All real property taxes levied under any 
general or special Act and uncollected in the annexed 
area described in Schedule A which are due and 
unpaid on the 30th day of April, 1990 shall be 
deemed on the 1st day of May, 1990 to be taxes due 
and payable to The Corporation of the Town of 
Fergus and may be collected by The Corporation of 
the Town of Fergus. 

(2) On or before the 1st day of August, 1990, The 
Corporation of the Town of Fergus shall pay to The 
Corporation of the Township of West Garafraxa an 
amount equal to the amount of all deemed taxes that 
The Corporation of the Town of Fergus is entitled to 
collect in the annexed area under subsection (1), that 
were due but unpaid on the 30th day of April, 1990. 

7. All business taxes levied under and uncollected 
in the annexed area described in Schedule A which 
are due and unpaid on the 30th day of April, 1990 
continue after that date to be taxes due and payable 
to The Corporation of the Township of West 
Garafraxa and may be collected by The Corporation 
of the Township of West Garafraxa. 

8. The Corporation of the Town of Fergus shall 
pay $10,000 to The Corporation of the Township of 
West Garafraxa on or before the 10th day of May, 
1990, as compensation for the loss of taxes from the 
annexed area described in Schedule A. 

9. — (1) The assessment of land in the annexed 
area described in Schedule A upon which taxes after 
the 30th day of April, 1990 shall be levied shall be 
determined by the assessment commissioner in accor- 
dance with the classes of real property and the factors 
prescribed for The Corporation of the Town of Fer- 
gus by regulations made under the Assessment Act. 

(2) Where the assessment commissioner makes an 
assessment in accordance with subsection (1), section 
34 of the Assessment Act applies to the assessment. 

713 



10. — (1) The agreement between The Corporation 
of the Town of Fergus and The Corporation of the 
Township of West Garafraxa entered into on the 
23rd day of October, 1989 is hereby given effect. 

(2) The agreement between The Corporation of 
the Town of Fergus and The Corporation of the 
Township of Nichol entered into on the 8th day of 
January, 1990 is hereby given effect. O. Reg. 

217/90. 



Recommended 



Concurred 



John Sweeney 
Minister of Municipal Affairs 

Gerry Phillips 
Chairman 



Approved and Ordered April 20th, 1990. 



Lincoln M. Alexander 
Lieutenant Governor 



Schedule A 

PORTION OF THE TOWNSHIP OF WEST 

GARAFRAXA TO BE ANNEXED TO THE 

TOWN OF FERGUS 

Beginning at the intersection of the northwester- 
ly boundary of the Town of Fergus and the cen- 
tre line of the road allowance between the town- 
ship» of West Garafraxa and Nichol; 

Thence northwesterly along the southwesterly 
boundary of the Township of West Garafraxa to 
intersect the southwesterly prolongation of the 
southeasterly limit of the road allowance 
between lots 10 and 11 of the Township of West 
Garafraxa; 

Thence northeasterly to and along the southeast- 
erly limit of the road allowance between lots 10 
and 1 1 to the northerly angle of the southwester- 
ly half of Lot 10 in Concession I; 

Thence southeasterly along the northeasterly 
limit of the southwesterly half of Lot 10 to the 
northwesterly boundary of the Town of Fergus; 

Thence southwesterly along the northwesterly 
boundary of the said Town to the place of 
beginning. O. Reg. 217/90, Sched. A. 



Schedule B 

PORTION OF THE TOWNSHIP OF WEST 

GARAFRAXA TO BE ANNEXED TO THE 

TOWN OF FERGUS 

Beginning at the intersection of the northwester- 
ly boundary of the Town of Fergus and the cen- 
tre line of the road allowance between the town- 
ships of Nichol and West Garafraxa; 



2658 O. Reg. 217/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 218/90 



Thence northwesterly along the northeasterly 
boundary of the Township of Nichol to intersect 
the southwesterly prolongation of the southeast- 
erly limit of the road allowance between lots 10 
and 11 of the Township of West Garafraxa; 

Thence southwesterly along the southwesterly 
prolongation of the said road allowance between 
lots 10 and 11 to the southwesterly limit of the 
road allowance between the said townships; 

Thence southeasterly along the southwesterly 
limit of the said road allowance between the 
townships to a northerly angle of the Town of 
Fergus; 

Thence southeasterly along the southwesterly 
limit of the said road allowance to an angle of 
the said Town; 

Thence northeasterly along the northwesterly 
limit of the said Town 10.06 metres to the place 
of beginning. O. Reg. 217/90, Sched. B. 



19/90 



MUNICIPAL BOUNDARY NEGOTIATIONS 
ACT, 1981 

O. Reg. 218/90. 

City of Windsor, Township of Sandwich 

South Boundary. 
Made— April 20th, 1990. 
Filed— April 26th, 1990. 



ORDER IN COUNCIL 

R.O.C. 143/90 

Whereas The Corporation of the City of Windsor 
and The Corporation of the Township of Sandwich 
South have entered into an agreement dated the 9th 
day of March, 1990 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 intermunicipal agreements; 

And Whereas no objections to the pro|X)sed issu- 
ance 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. On the 1st day of May, 1990, the portion of the 
Township of Sandwich South described in the Sched- 
ule is annexed to the City of Windsor and is added to 
and forms part of Ward 5 of the City of Windsor. 

2. All real property of The Corporation of the 
Township of Sandwich South situate in the annexed 
area vests in The Corporation of the City of Windsor 
on the 1st day of May, 1990. 

3. On the 1st day of May, 1990, the by-laws of The 
Corporation of the City of Windsor extend to the 
annexed area and the by-laws of The Corporation of 
the Township of Sandwich South cease to apply to 
such area, except, 

(a) by-laws of The Corporation of the Town- 
ship of Sandwich South, 

(i) that were passed under section 17, 
22, 34 or 41 of the Planning Act, 1983 
or a predecessor of those sections, 

(ii) that were kept in force by subsection 
13 (3) of The Municipal Amendment 
Act, 1941, or 

(iii) that were passed under the Highway 
Traffic Act or the Municipal Act that 
regulate the use of highways by vehi- 
cles and pedestrians and that regu- 
late the encroachment or projection 
of buildings or any portion thereof 
upon or over highways, 

which shall remain in force until repealed by 
the council of The Corporation of the City 
of Windsor; 

(b) by-laws of The Corporation of the Town- 
ship of Sandwich South passed under sec- 
tion 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 
council of The Corporation of the Township 
of Sandwich South. 

4. The clerk of The Corporation of the Township 
of Sandwich South shall promptly prepare and fur- 
nish to the clerk of The Corporation of the City of 
Windsor 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, 1990 and the persons assessed therefor. 

5. — (1) All real property taxes levied under any 
general or special Act and uncollected in the annexed 
area which are due and unpaid on the 30th day of 
April, 1990 shall be deemed on the 1st day of May, 
1990 to be taxes due and payable to The Corporation 
of the City of Windsor and may be collected by The 
Corporation of the City of Windsor. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 219/90 2659 



(2) On or before the 1st day of August, 1990, The 
Corporation of the City of Windsor shall pay to The 
Corporation of the Township of Sandwich South an 
amount equal to the amount of all real property taxes 
that The Corporation of the City of Windsor is enti- 
tled to collect in the annexed area under subsection 
(1), that were due but unpaid on the 30th day of 
April, 1990. 

6. All business taxes levied and uncollected in the 
annexed area which are due and unpaid on the 30th 
day of April, 1990 shall continue after that date to be 
taxes due and payable to The Corporation of the 
Township of Sandwich South and may be collected 
by The Corporation of the Township of Sandwich 
South. 

7. — (1) The assessment of land in the annexed 
area upon which the taxes after the 30th day of April, 
1990 shall be levied shall be determined by the assess- 
ment commissioner in accordance with the classes of 
real property and the factors prescribed for The Cor- 
poration of the City of Windsor by regulations made 
under the Assessment Act. 

(2) Where the assessment commissioner makes 
an assessment in accordance with subsection (1), sec- 
tion 34 of the Assessment Act applies to the assess- 
ment. 

8. The agreement between The Corporation of the 
City of Windsor and The Corporation of the Town- 
ship of Sandwich South entered into on the 9th day of 
March, 1990 is hereby given effect. O. Reg. 218/90. 



Recommended 



Concurred 



John Sweeney 
Minister of Municipal Affairs 

Gerry Phillips 
Chairman 



Approved and Ordered April 20th, 1990. 



Lincoln M. Alexander 
Lieutenant Governor 



Scheduk 

AREA TO BE ANNEXED FROM THE 

TOWNSHIP OF SANDWICH SOUTH TO THE 

CITY OF WINDSOR 

Beginning at the intersection of the westerly limit of 
Lot 136 in Concession III (McNiffs Survey) in the 
Township of Sandwich South and the northerly limit 
of the right-of-way of the Canadian Pacific Railways; 

Thence easterly following the northerly limit of the 
right-of-way of the Canadian Pacific Railways to the 
easterly limit of Lot 138 in Concession III; 

Thence northerly along the easterly limit of Lot 138 
and the northerly prolongation thereof to the south- 
erly boundary of the City of Windsor; 



Thence westerly and southerly following the bounda- 
ries of the City of Windsor to the place of beginning. 
O. Reg. 218/90, Sched. 

19/90 



LAW SOCIETY ACT 

O. Reg. 219/90. 

General. 

Made— March 22nd, 1990. 
Approved— April 20th, 1990. 
FUed— April 27th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 573 OF 
REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

LAW SOCIETY ACT 

1.— (1) Subsection 22 (4) of Regulation 573 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is 
revoked and the following substituted: 

(4) For students-at-law who enter the Bar Admis- 
sion Course before the 1st day of May, 1990 and com- 
plete it before the 1st day of May, 1991, the Bar 
Admission Course shall consist of, 

(a) service under articles of clerkship for twelve 
consecutive months within the eighteen- 
month period preceding entry into the 
teaching part of the Course described in 
clause (b); and 

(b) the teaching part of the Course consisting of 
practical training, lectures and tutorial 
groups for a period of up to six months. 

(4a) For students-at-law who enter the Bar Admis- 
sion Course on or after the 1st day of May, 1990, the 
Bar Admission Course shall consist of, 

(a) a teaching term of approximately one 
month, attended before the commencement 
of service under the articles of clerkship 
referred to in clause (b); 

(b) articles of clerkship served for a period of 
twelve months before entry into the teach- 
ing term referred to in clause (c); and 



(c) 



a teaching term of approximately three 
months. 



(4b) Where a student-at-Iaw has graduated from 
an approved law course that was conducted under a 
co-op>erative education system, the Legal Education 



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O. Reg. 221/90 



Committee may modify a period of time mentioned 
in a clause of subsection (4a) in consideration of par- 
ticular experience or education in the co-operative 
system that is equivalent to the requirement or part 
of the requirement of that clause. O. Reg. 219/90, 
s. 1 (1). 

(2) Subsection 22 (6) of the Regulation is 
amended by inserting after ''(4)" in the 
third line "(4a)". 

Made by Convocation on the 22nd day of March, 
1990. 

Law Society of Upper Canada: 

Lee Ferrier 
Treasurer 

Richard Tinsley 
Secretary 

19/90 



PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 220/90. 

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

Made— April 23rd, 1990. 

Filed— April 27th, 1990. 



1. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 672/81 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

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



128.— (1) Despite subclause 47 (1) (b) (i), one 
single dwelling and accessory buildings and structures 
may be erected and used on the land described in 
subsection (2). 

(2) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land in 
the Township of Campbell in the Territorial District 
of Manitoulin being composed of part of Lot 18 in 
Concession VIH, designated as Part 1 on Reference 
Plan 31R-1989 deposited in the Land Registry Office 
for the Registry Division of Manitoulin (No. 31). 
O. Reg. 220/90, s. 1. 

Peter W. Boles 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 23rd day of April, 1990. 



19/90 



ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 221/90. 

Exemption — ^The Richmond Hill Hydro- 
Electric Commission — RICH-T-1. 
Made— April 4th, 1990. 
Approved — April 4th, 1990. 
Filed— April 27th, 1990. 



ORDER MADE UNDER THE 
ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

EXEMPTION— THE RICHMOND HILL 
HYDRO-ELECTRIC COMMISSION— RICH-T-1 

Having received a request from the Richmond Hill 
Hydro-Electric Commission that an undertaking, 
namely: 

the activities of planning, designing, land acqui- 
sition, constructing and operating a new 230 kV 
to 27.6 kV transformer station for the Town of 
Richmond Hill on lands within the Parkway Belt 
between Yonge Street and Bayview Avenue on 
the north side of future Highway 407, 

be exempted from the application of the Act pursu- 
ant to section 29; and 

Having been advised that the undertaking is sub- 
ject to the application of the Act, the following inju- 
ry, damage or interference with the persons and 
property will occur: 

A. The people of Richmond Hill will be inter- 
fered with as a result of insufficient electri- 
cal supply for the Town of Richmond Hill 
for periods of interruption or supply reduc- 
tion ("brown outs") as well as fluctuating 
line vohages which may be potentially dam- 
aging to sensitive electronic equipment such 
as computers; 

B. The proponent and its customers will be 
damaged and interfered with by the undue 
expense required to prepare an Environ- 
mental Assessment for an undertaking 
which will have only minimal effects on the 
environment. 

Having weighed such injury, damage or interfer- 
ence against the betterment of the people of the 
whole or any part in Ontario by the protection, con- 
servation and wise management in Ontario of the 
environment which would result from the undertak- 
ing 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: 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 222/90 2661 



A. The undertaking is environmentally insignif- 
icant and delays in construction will result in 
power supply difficulties for the projected 
supply required by 1993. 

B. The proponent has prepared an Environ- 
mental Site Selection Study Report that 
demonstrates that the environmental effects 
of construction and operation of transform- 
er station will be very limited and not 
adverse. 

C. The public and property owners have been 
made aware of the proposed construction of 
the transformer station and the proponent 
advises that there are no outstanding public 
concerns. 

D. The proponent has carried out pre-submis- 
sion consultation with the Ministry of the 
Environment, and circulated the proposal 
to appropriate Ministries, Agencies and 
local municipalities for comment. Contact 
with these groups will be maintained 
throughout the construction stage of the 
undertaking. 

This exemption is subject to the following terms 
and conditions: 

1. This exemption shall expire if construction 
is not commenced by June 30, 1991. 

2. — (1) The maximum design levels for noise at 
the point of reception shall be established in 
accordance with the Ministry of the Envi- 
ronment Publication NPC-133. 

(2) The noise level of the power transformers to 
be installed will be tested by Richmond Hill 
Hydro in accordance with the Canadian 
Standards Association Publication CAN3- 
C88-M79. 

(3) If the tests under subcondition (2) establish 
that the facility noise level exceeds the 
design levels established in subcondition 
(1), a noise mitigation study outlining the 
proposed mitigation measures to reduce the 
noise impact shall be submitted to the 
Director, Approvals Branch, Ministry of 
the Environment, for approval. Approved 
mitigation measures shall then be under- 
taken by Richmond Hill Hydro forthwith. 

(4) The noise level of the power transformers 
shall be tested by Richmond Hill Hydro 
from time to time to ensure compliance with 
the maximum design level established in 
subcondition (1). 

3. The design and implementation process for 
the facility will be carried out by Richmond 
Hill Hydro" according to the Environmental 
Site Selection Study Report and recommen- 



dations contained therein; and will be made 
known by Richmond Hill Hydro to the 
appropriate government agencies and prop- 
erty owners in the area. 

4. The transformer station will be enclosed 
with materials of a design and composition 
compatible with the adjacent Langstaff 
Business Park as required by the Town of 
Richmond Hill. 

5. Mitigation of any adverse environmental 
effects during construction shall be under- 
taken by Richmond Hill Hydro in accor- 
dance with section 4 of Ontario Hydro's 
"Environmental Guidelines for the Con- 
struction and Maintenance of Transmission 
Facilities (1986)". 

6. Where any activity which otherwise would 
be exempt under this order is being carried 
out as or is part of an undertaking for which 
an environmental assessment has been 
accepted and approval to proceed received, 
the activity shall be carried out in accor- 
dance with any terms or conditions in the 
approval to proceed as well as the condi- 
tions of this order. 

7. Where any activity which is the subject of 
this order is being carried out as or is part of 
another undertaking which is the subject of 
any exemption order under the Act, the 
activity exempt under this order shall be 
carried out in accordance with any terms or 
conditions in the other exemption order as 
well as the conditions in this order. 

8. Within thirty days of completing construc- 
tion and again within thirty days of complet- 
ing the approved mitigation measures, if 
any, the proponent shall submit a report to 
the Director of the Environmental Assess- 
ment Branch, Ministry of the Environment, 
outlining how conditions 1 through 5 were 
met. O. Reg. 221/90. 

James Bradley 
Minister of the Environment 



19/90 



ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 222/90. 

Exemption — ^The Corporation of the City of 

Peterborough— PETE-C-1 . 
Made— April 4th. 1990. 
Approved — April 4th, 1990. 
Filed— April 27th, 1990. 



717 



2662 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 222/90 



ORDER MADE UNDER THE 
ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

EXEMPTION— THE CORPORATION OF THE 
CITY OF PETERBOROUGH— PETE-C-1 

Having received a request from The Corporation 
of the City of Peterborough (the "Proponent") that 
an undertaking, namely: 

A modification to the design and operation of its 
landfill site, located on part of Lot 14 in Conces- 
sion 14, Otonabee Township, involving a change 
in the sequence of cell utilization and a change to 
an engineered system for Cells I and J and Cells 
E and F, to preclude migration of contaminants 
to the property boundary in contravention of the 
Ministry's Reasonable Use Policy, without 
increasing currently approved types or quantities 
of waste, serviced areas or populations served, 
and an interim expansion to provide sufficient 
capacity to ensure disposal of waste until a 
replacement facility resulting from the ongoing 
Waste Management Master Plan is in operation, 

be exempt from the application of the Act pursuant 
to section 29; and 

Having been advised by the Proponent 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 Proponent will be subject to delay and 
expense if it is required to prepare an envi- 
ronmental assessment for the undertaking. 

B. The Proponent will be subject to unneces- 
sary delay and expense in implementing its 
long term waste management program. 

C. The Proponent, its residents and others 
served by the site will be without a munici- 
pal solid waste disposal facility. 

D. Use of the site in the currently approved 
sequence and without the required engi- 
neered changes to preclude contaminant 
migration in excess of "Reasonable Use 
Policy" may lead to contamination of the 
natural environment. An amended applica- 
tion for Emergency Approval to use Cells I 
and J as an interim measure was approved 
by the Ministry of the Environment on July 
5, 1989. 

E. The site, as presently approved, does not 
have sufficient capacity to dispose of the 
service area's waste until a new facility is 
found and approved through the ongoing 
Waste Management Master Plan process. 

F. Waste which is currently stockpiled on Cells 
G and H may present a health hazard if not 
properly encapsulated or otherwise 



removed. This proposal incorporates the 
resolution of that problem. 

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, con- 
servation and wise management in Ontario of the 
environment which would result from the undertak- 
ing being subject to the application of the Act; 

The undersigned, the Minister of the Environ- 
ment, is of the opinion that it is in the public interest 
to order and orders that the undertaking is exempt 
from the application of the Act for the following 
reasons: 

A. Continued operation of the existing landfill 
is clearly an interim measure for which there 
are no other reasonable waste management 
alternatives which can be implemented 
within the necessary time frame. A new 
replacement facility emanating from the 
ongoing Waste Management Master Plan is 
not anticipated before mid-1994. 

B. Alternatives which have been investigated 
do not appear to resolve the potential con- 
tamination of the natural environment nor 
do they provide adequate capacity for 
Peterborough's waste, pending commission- 
ing of a facility through the ongoing Waste 
Management Master Plan. 

C. A mandatory public hearing under Part V of 
the Environmental Protection Act for the 
approval of changes to the design and oper- 
ation and for an interim expansion will be 
held thereby permitting the public and gov- 
ernment agencies the opportunity to review 
the proposed changes to the site. 

D. The Proponent is participating in a long 
term waste management program in accor- 
dance with the Environmental Assessment 
Act and it is anticipated that sufficient ele- 
ments of that program will be implemented 
prior to the conclusion of the exempt under- 
taking to ensure that further exemptions 
from the Environmental Assessment Act are 
not required. 

E. If this exemption is not granted, then it is 
likely that damage to the natural environ- 
ment will occur. 

This exemption is subject to the following terms 
and conditions: 

1. Where any activity which otherwise would 
be exempt under this order is being carried 
out as or is part of an undertaking for which 
an environmental assessment has been 
accepted and approval to proceed received, 
the activity shall be carried out in accor- 
dance with any terms or conditions in the 



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O. Reg. 222/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2663 



approval to proceed as well as the condi- 
tions of this order. 

2. By January, 1992, the Proponent will 
present a detailed proposal consisting of a 
plan and generic schedule for its long term 
strategy for waste management to the 
Director. Environmental Assessment 
Branch, and send copies to the Director, 
Approvals Branch, and to the Regional 
Director, Central Region of the Ministry of 
the Environment. 

3. The Proponent shall file an annual report, 
commencing no later than December 31, 
1990, outlining the municipality's progress 
in achieving abatement at the existing site 
and progress in implementing the long term 
waste management strategy. This report will 
be submitted to the Director, Environmen- 
tal Assessment Branch, Ministry of the 



Environment, for filing with the Public 
Record kept under section 31 of the Act by 
the Branch located at 250 Davisville Ave- 
nue, 5th Floor, Toronto. Ontario, 
M4V 1P5. Copies of the report shall be giv- 
en to the Director, Approvals Branch, and 
Regional Director, Central Region. 

4. No waste shall be deposited at the site pur- 
suant to this order more than five years 
after the date of any Provisional Certificate 
of Approval or Certificate of Approval 
issued for the purpose of this order nor after 
the equivalent of 280,000 metric tonnes of 
waste being received subsequent to January 
1,1989. O. Reg. 222/90. 

James Bradley 
Minister of the Environment 



19/90 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 2665 

INDEX 19 

GOVERNMENT NOTICES/AVIS DU GOUVERNEMENT 

Parliamentary Notices — Royal Assent/ Avis parlementaires — sanction royale 2521 

Motor Vehicle Transport Act, 1987/Loi de 1987 sur les transports routiers 2522 

Certificates of Incorporation/Certificats de constitution 2552 

Certificates of Incorporation Issued/Certificats de constitution délivrés 2569 

Letters Patent of Incorporation Issued/Lettres patentes constitutives délivrées 2569 

Certificates of Amalgamation/Certificats de fusion 2571 

Certificates of Continuance/Certificats de prorogation 2573 

Transfer of Ontario Corporations/Transfert de compagnies ontariennes 2573 

Amendments to Articles/Modifications aux statuts 2573 

Articles of Revival/Statuts de reconstitution 2577 

Certificates of Amendment of Articles Issued/Certificats de modification des statuts 2578 

Supplementary Letters Patent Issued/Lettres patentes supplémentaires délivrées 2578 

Extra-Provincial Licences Endorsed/Permis extraprovinciaux inscrits 2578 

Certificates of Dissolution/Certificats de dissolution 2579 

Decisions on Applications for Audit Exemption/Décisions quant aux demandes de dispense en 

matière de vérification 2579 

Surrender of Charter and Termination of Existence (Corporations Act)/ Abandon de charte et 

dissolution (Loi sur les compagnies et associations) 2580 

Notice of Default in Complying with the Corporations Tax Act/ A vis de défaut d'observer la 

Loi sur l'imposition des personnes morales 2580 

Marriage Act/Loi sur le mariage 2583 

Change of Name Act/Loi sur le changement de nom 2584 

Insurance Act/Loi sur les assurances 2588 

Mining Act/Loi sur les mines 2588 

Errata 2593 

Environmental Assessment Act/Loi sur les évaluations environnementales 2593 

Ministry of Revenue — ^Notice/Ministère du Revenu — Avis 2594 

Applications to Provincial Parliament — Private Bills/Demandes au Parlement provincial — 

Projets de loi d'intérêt privé 2594 

Petitions to Provincial Parliament/Petitions au Parlement provincial 2594 

Applications to Provincial Parliament/Demandes au Parlement provincial 2595 

CORPORATION NOTICES/AVIS RELATIFS AUX COMPAGNIES 2600 

DISSOLUTIONS OF PARTNERSHIP/DISSOLUTION DE SOCIÉTÉS 2603 

MISCELLANEOUS NOTICES/ A VIS DIVERS 2604 

SALES OF LANDS FOR TAX ARREARS BY PUBLIC TENDER/VENTES DE TERRAINS 

PAR APPEL D'OFFRES POUR ARRIÉRÉ D'IMPÔT 2605 

PUBLICATIONS UNDER THE REGULATIONS ACT 
PUBLICATIONS EN VERTU DE LA LOI SUR LES RÈGLEMENTS 

Charitable Institutions Act O. Reg. 212/90 2648 

Consolidated Hearings Act, 1981 O. Reg. 201/90 2640 

Election Act, 1984 O. Reg. 216/90 2650 

Employment Agencies Act O. Reg. 203/90 2642 

Environmental Assessment Act O. Reg. 221/90 2660 

Environmental Assessment Act O. Reg. 222/90 2661 

Environmental Protection Act O. Reg. 202/90 2640 

Family Benefits Act O. Reg. 213/90 2649 

General Welfare Assistance Act O. Reg. 214/90 2649 

Health Insurance Act O. Reg. 209/90 2645 

Highway Traffic Act O. Reg. 207/90 2644 

Highway Traffic Act O. Reg. 208/90 2644 

Historical Parks Act O. Reg. 194/90 2634 

Homes for the Aged and Rest Homes Act O. Reg. 215/90 2650 

Labour Relations Act O. Reg. 204/90 2642 

Land Registration Reform Act, 1984 O. Reg. 191/90 2633 

Land Registration Reform Act, 1984 O. Reg. 192/90 2633 

Land Registration Reform Act, 1984 O. Reg. 193/90 2633 

Land Registration Reform Act, 1984 O. Reg. 198/90 2639 

Land Registration Reform Act, 1984 O. Reg. 199/90 2639 



2666 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 

Law Society Act O. Reg. 219/90 2659 

Liquor Licence Act O. Reg. 197/90 2638 

Municipal Boundary Negotiations Act, 1981 O. Reg. 217/90 2656 

Municipal Boundary Negotiations Act, 1981 O. Reg. 218/90 2658 

Niagara Parks Act O. Reg. 195/90 2636 

Nursing Homes Act O. Reg. 210/90 2647 

Occupational Health and Safety Act O. Reg. 205/90 2642 

Occupational Health and Safety Act O. Reg. 206/90 2643 

Ontario Place Corporation Act O. Reg. 211/90 2647 

Planning Act, 1983 O. Reg. 200/90 2640 

Planning Act, 1983 O. Reg. 220/90 2660 

Residential Rent Regulation Act, 1986 O. Reg. 189/90 2611 

Residential Rent Regulation Act, 1986 O. Reg. 190/90 2614 

St. Clair Parkway Commission Act O. Reg. 196/90 2637 



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Cheques or money orders should be made payable to THE TREASURER OF 
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Les annonces, ainsi que le nom des signataires autorisés, doivent être dactylographiées 
ou écrites lisiblement. Les tarifs sont de 14,40$ par 25 mm, pour une colonne, et de 
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Le tarif d'abonnement est de 104,00$ pour 52 numéros hebdomadaires, et le tarif au 
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O. Reg. 223/90 



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



1990— < (5—1 y 



FARM IMPLEMENTS ACT, 1988 

O. Reg. 223/90. 

General. 

Made— November 23rd, 1989. 

Approved— April 20th, 1990. 

Filed— April 30th. 1990. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
FARM IMPLEMENTS ACT. 1988 

GENERAL 

1. The following farm implements are exempted 
from the Act and this Regulation: 

1. A motor vehicle as defined in the Highway 
Traffic Act. 

2. A tractor that, according to the manufactur- 
er's published rating, develops twenty 
horsepower or less than twenty horsepower. 

3. Lawn and garden equipment. 

4. Tires attached to a farm implement. 
O. Reg. 223/90. s. 1. 

2. For the purposes of section 2 of the Act, the 
manufacturer's suggested list price of a farm imple- 
ment is $3,500. O. Reg. 223/90, s. 2. 

3. The Board shall comprise not less than seven 
members and not more than eleven members of 
whom at least one shall be a manufacturer, one a dis- 
tributor, one a dealer of farm implements, one a rep- 
resentative of a farm organization and three indejîen- 
dent farmers. O. Reg. 223/90, s. 3. 

4. — (1) An applicant for registration as a dealer 
must, 

(a) pay a fee of $200; 

(b) provide the Board with, 

(i) the name of the applicant, as an indi- 
vidual, a partnership or a corpora- 
tion. 



(ii) the name under which the applicant 
carries on business. 



(iii) the address and telephone number of 
the applicant's principal place of 
business in Ontario. 

(iv) the name of the owner or manager of 
the applicant's principal place of 
business in Ontario, 

(v) a description of the applicant's ser- 
vice facilities, and 

(vi) the number of mechanics employed 
by the applicant, indicating the num- 
ber who are licensed mechanics, the 
number who are apprentice mechan- 
ics, and the number of parts person- 
nel; and 

(c) provide the Board with a copy of, 

(i) all agreements for the sale of farm 
implements, 

(ii) a list of all distributors the applicant 
is representing, 

(iii) a list of all brands of farm imple- 
ments the applicant is selling, and 

(iv) the agreement between the applicant 
and the distributors he or she is 
representing for the sale, consign- 
ment or delivery of farm implements. 

(2) An applicant for registration as a distributor 
must, 

(a) pay a fee of $300; 

(b) provide the Board with, 

(i) the name of the applicant, as an indi- 
vidual, a partnership or a corpora- 
tion, 

(ii) the name under which the applicant 
carries on business, 

(iii) the address and telephone number of 
the applicant's principal place of 
business in Ontario, 

(iv) the address of any depot for parts 
that is operated by the applicant in 
Ontario, and 



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(v) the names of the Parts Manager, 
Service Manager and Sales Manager 
or of other employees who perform 
similar duties for the applicant at the 
applicant's principal place of business 
in Ontario; and 

(c) provide the Board with a copy of, 

(i) all agreements between the applicant 
and a dealer for the sale, consign- 
ment or delivery of farm implements, 

(ii) all warranty policies that apply to 
farm implements sold, consigned or 
delivered by the applicant to dealers, 

(iii) a list of all brands of farm imple- 
ments sold, consigned or delivered 
by the applicant to dealers, and 

(iv) a list of all dealers with whom the 
applicant has an agreement for the 
sale, consignment or delivery of farm 
implements. 



(3) The Board may dispense with any of the 
requirements set out in clause (1) (b) and (c) or 
(2)(b)and(c). 

(4) A registered distributor who applies for regis- 
tration as a dealer is exempt from the requirement to 
pay under clause (1) (a). 

(5) A registered dealer who applies for registra- 
tion as a distributor must pay a fee of $100 instead of 
the fee set out in clause (2) (a). 

(6) An applicant for registration as a dealer and 
distributor must pay a fee of $300 instead of the fees 
set out in clauses ( 1 ) (a) and (2) (a). 

(7) New registrations for less than a full year shall 
be pro-rated. O. Reg. 223/90, s. 4. 

5. The dealer shall at all times, 

(a) display in a clearly visible manner the regis- 
tration certificate at the dealer's principal 
place of business; and 

(b) display and make available to purchasers all 
publications that the Board directs to be dis- 
played and made available. O. Reg. 
223/90, s. 5. 

6. — (1) Registration under section 4 is effective 
from, 

(a) the 1st day of January if the application is 
accepted in the preceding year; or 

(b) the day the application is accepted if the 
application is made in the year for which 
registration is applied for. 

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(2) Registration under section 4 expires on the 
31st day of December in each year. O. Reg. 223/90, 
s. 6. 

7. A dealer who sells farm implements shall at the 
time of delivery of the farm implement to the pur- 
chaser, 

(a) ensure that all safety decals and protective 
shielding provided by the manufacturer of 
the farm implement are in place on the farm 
implement; 

(b) provide an operator's manual and of>erating 
instructions; 

(c) convey all safety related instructions recom- 
mended by the manufacturer; and 

(d) obtain from the purchaser a written confir- 
mation acknowledging compliance with 
clauses (a), (b) and (c). O. Reg. 223/90, 

s. 7. 

8. If a purchaser notifies in writing a dealer that a 
farm implement requires emergency repair parts, the 
dealer shall inform the purchaser in writing of the 
costs that will be incurred in obtaining emergency 
parts and of the obligations imposed on dealers and 
distributors by section 19 of the Act. O. Reg. 
223/90, s. 8. 

9. For the purposes of subsection 19 (4) of the 
Act, the maximum service charge payable in respect 
of an order for an emergency repair part is 5 p)er cent 
of the manufacturer's suggested list price for the 
emergency repair part. O. Reg. 223/90, s. 9. 

10. For the purposes of subsection 26 (2) of the 
Act, the rate of interest shall be equivalent to, 

(a) the rate of interest due, under the agree- 
ment between the distributor and the deal- 
er, to the distributor when payment under 
the agreement is overdue; or 



(b) the prime rate charged by major lending 
institutions on the due date set out in sub- 
section 26 (1) of the Act, plus 1 per cent, if 
there is no agreement between the distribu- 
tor and dealer. O. Reg. 223/90, s. 10. 

11. No dealer shall sell or offer for sale a tractor 
that is not equipped with a roll-over protective struc- 
ture and a restraining device that meet the require- 
ments prescribed in Ontario Regulation 524/88, with 
the exception of section 3. O. Reg. 223/90, s. 11 . 

12. This Regulation comes into force the day the 
Act is proclaimed. 

Ontario Farm Implements Board: 

Fred Lewis 
Chairperson 



O. Reg. 223/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 224/90 2875 



J. C. Rennie 
Acting Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 23rd day of November, 
1989. 

20/90 



PUBLIC LANDS ACT 

O. Reg. 224/90. 

Restricted Areas — ^Territorial District of 

Kenora. 
Made— April 27th. 1990. 
Filed— April 30th, 1990. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
PUBLIC LANDS ACT 

RESTRICTED AREAS— TERRITORIAL 
DISTRICT OF KENORA 

1. The area in territory without municipal organi- 
zation, more particularly described in the Schedule, 
and being composed of part of the Territorial District 
of Kenora is designated as a restricted area. 
O. Reg. 224/90, s. 1. 

Schedule 

All that parcel or tract of land in the geographic 
townships of Boys and Glass, and in the Territorial 
District of Kenora and Province of Ontario, being 
composed of that part of the said geographic town- 
ships and territorial district more particularly 
described as follows: 

Commencing at the northwesterly comer of the 
geographic Township of Boys; 

Thence easterly along the northerly boundary of 
the said geographic township to a point distant 0.122 
kilometres (400 feet) measured perpendicularly from 
the water's edge along the easterly shore of E>ecep- 
tion Lake; 

Thence easterly, southerly and westerly along a 
line parallel to and distant 0.122 kilometres (400 feet) 
from the said water's edge along the easterly shore of 
Deception Lake to its intersection with the centreline 
of the Rice Lake Road; 

Thence southerly along the said centreline of the 
Rice Lake Road to its intersection with the southerly 
limit of the King's Highway No. 17; 

Thence easterly along the southerly limit of the 
said King's Highway to its intersection with the east- 
erly limit of the Kenricia Road; 



Thence southerly and easterly along the easterly 
and northerly limits of the Kenricia Road to a point 
distant 0.122 kilometres (400 feet) measured perpen- 
dicularly from the water's edge of the northerly shore 
of Kendall Inlet of Lake of the Woods; 

Thence easterly and southerly along a line parallel 
to and distant 0.122 kilometres (400 feet) from the 
water's edge along the said northerly and easterly 
shores of Kendall Inlet to its intersection with the 
northerly limit of Mining Claim No. K 3912; 

Thence easterly along the northerly limit of 
Mining Claim No. K 3912 to the northeast comer 
thereof; 

Thence southerly along the easterly limit of the 
said mining claim to its intersection with the produc- 
tion westerly of the northerly limit of Indian Reserve 
No. 38A; 

Thence easterly along said production to the 
northwest comer of Indian Reserve No. 38A; 

Thence southerly along the westerly limit of the 
said Indian Reserve to the water's edge of Clearwater 
Bay; 

Thence in a general southwesterly direction, east- 
erly, southerly and westerly following the water's 
edge of Clearwater Bay, White Partridge Bay and the 
Corkscrew Channel of Lake of the Woods to the 
southwesterly comer of Indian Reserve No. 38A; 

Thence westerly along the westerly prolongation 
of the southerly boundary of Indian Reserve No. 38A 
across Corkscrew Channel to the water's edge along 
the easterly shore of Corkscrew Island; 

Thence northeasterly and westerly following the 
water's edge along the southerly portion of the said 
island and continuing along the southerly shore of the 
marshy area between the north and south portions, 
to the most westerly tip of the said southerly portion; 

Thence northwesterly in a straight line to the 
northeasterly comer of Mining Location P308; 

Thence easterly along the northerly limit of said 
mining location to a point distant 0.122 kilometres 
(400 feet) measured perpendicularly from the water's 
edge of the southerly shore of Zigzag Island; 

Thence northeasterly and southwesterly along a 
line drawn parallel to and distant 0.122 kilometres 
(400 feet) from the water's edge along the easterly 
and northerly shores of Zigzag Island to its intersec- 
tion with the water's edge along the southerly shore 
of the most westerly peninsula of Zigzag Island; 

Thence continuing westerly along the water's edge 
of the said peninsula to the most westerly extremity 
thereof adjacent to Mud Portage Channel; 



Thence west astronomic to the intersection with 



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O. Reg. 226/90 



the southerly boundary of the geographic Township 
of Boys; 

Thence in a general southwesterly direction along 
the southerly boundary of the geographic Township 
of Boys to its intersection with the prolongation 
southerly of the easterly limit of Location EB 2109; 

Thence continuing southerly in a straight line to a 
point in the water's edge on the southerly shore of 
Echo Bay distant 0.122 kilometres (400 feet) mea- 
sured perpendicularly from the water's edge along 
the easterly shore of Echo Bay; 

Thence southerly, westerly, northerly and easterly 
along a line drawn parallel to and distant 0.122 kilo- 
metres (400 feet) from the water's edge along the 
shores of Echo Bay of Lake of the Woods to its inter- 
section with the easterly boundary of the geographic 
Township of Glass; 

Thence northerly along the easterly boundary of 
the geographic Township of Glass to the northeast 
corner thereof; 

Thence continuing along the boundary between 
the geographic townships of Forgie and Boys to the 
northwest corner of the geographic Township of Boys 
being the point of commencement. O. Reg. 224/90, 
Sched. 

Lyn McLeod 
Minister of Natural Resources 

Dated at Toronto, this 27th day of April, 1990. 
20/90 



RETAIL SALES TAX ACT 

O. Reg. 225/90. 

General. 

Made— April 20th, 1990. 

Filed— April 30th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 904 OF 

V REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

RETAIL SALES TAX ACT 

1.^1) Paragraph 24 of section 1 of Regula- 
tion 904 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 is revoked. 



(2) Section 1 of the Regulation is amended by 
adding the following paragraph: 



33a. "new pneumatic tire" means a tire, other 
than a retreaded or used tire, that is air- 
filled or designed to be air- filled; 

2. Subsection 19 (3a) of the Regulation, as 
made by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 
766/88, is amended by striking out *'or" 
at the end of clause (f), adding "or" at 
the end of clause (g) and by adding the 
following clause: 

(h) the cost of making, installing or repairing 
stained glass windows. 

3. Section 32 of the Regulation, as remade 
by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 438/87 
and amended by section 6 of Ontario 
Regulation 126/89, is revoked. 

4. Sections 1 and 3 shall be deemed to have 
come into force on the 1st day of June, 
1989. 



20/90 



PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 226/90. 

Zoning Areas — ^The Municipality of 

Metropolitan Toronto, City of Toronto. 
Made— April 30th, 1990. 
Filed— April 30th, 1990. 



ORDER MADE UNDER THE 
PLANNING ACT, 1983 

ZONING AREAS— THE MUNICIPALITY OF 

METROPOLITAN TORONTO, CITY OF 

TORONTO 

WHEREAS the Minister of Municipal Affairs is 
concerned that new development in the Portlands 
area of the City of Toronto be based on good land 
use planning considerations and in the public inter- 
est; 

AND WHEREAS the Minister is of the opinion 
that further public consultation is necessary to deter- 
mine what development would be in the public inter- 
est; 

NOW THEREFORE, the Minister orders as fol- 
lows: 

1. This Order applies to those lands in the City of 
Toronto in The Municipality of Metropolitan Toron- 
to which are known as the Toronto Basin Street 
Transformer Station site and are municipally known 
as 23 Basin Street. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 227/90 2877 



2. No land to which this Order applies shall be 
used and no building or structure shall be erected or 
used except in accordance with the terms of this 
Order. 

3. — (1) Every use of land and every erection or 
use of buildings or structures on lands described in 
section 1 is prohibited, but nothing in this Order pre- 
vents the use of any land, building or structure for a 
purpose prohibited by this Order if the land, building 
or structure is lawfully used for such purpose on the 
day this Order comes into force. 

(2) The extension or enlargement of any building 
or structure is prohibited. 

4. — (1) Nothing in this Order prevents the recon- 
struction of any building or structure that is damaged 
or destroyed by causes beyond the control of the 
owner if the dimensions of the original building or 
structure are not increased or its original use altered. 

(2) Nothing in this Order prevents the strengthen- 
ing or restoration to a safe condition of any building 
or structure or part of any such building or structure. 
O. Reg. 226/90. 

John Sweeney 
Minister of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 30th day of April, 1990. 

20/90 



TRAVEL INDUSTRY ACT 

O. Reg. 227/90. 

General. 

Made— May 2nd, 1990. 

Filed— May 2nd, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 938 OF 
REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 
TRAVEL INDUSTRY ACT 

1.— (1) The Schedule to Regulation 938 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is 
amended by adding the following section: 

9b. The Board may borrow money to supplement 
the compensation fund. 

(2) Section 10 of the Schedule is amended by 
adding at the end ''and any money bor- 
rowed by the board". 



(3) Paragraph 6 of section 11 of the Sched- 
ule, as remade by section 2 of Ontario 
Regulation 815/82, is revoked. 

(4) Sections 12 and 13 of the Schedule, as 
remade by section 2 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 815/82, are revoked. 

(5) Subsection 14 (2) of the Schedule is 
amended by adding at the end "or by 
way of loan". 



(6) Subsection 14 (3) of the Schedule 
revoked and the following substituted: 



IS 



(3) All amounts received by the Trustee into the 
fund, other than amounts received by way of loan, 
shall be credited to a participant or participants and 
the Trustee's decision in respect of the crediting is 
final. 

(7) Subsection 14 (9) of the Schedule is 
amended by adding the following para- 
graph: 

5a. A statement that sets out all money bor- 
rowed by the Board and the interest costs 
thereof. 

(8) Subsection 15 (1) of the Schedule, as 
remade by section 1 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 149/84, is amended by adding the fol- 
lowing paragraphs: 

3a. Despite paragraph 3, the Board may in writ- 
ing designate a person to pay any claim or 
part thereof that meets the requirements of 
this Schedule. 

3b. Where a person pays a claim in accordance 
with paragraph 3a, the person shall forward 
the claim, the documentation submitted 
with the claim and notice of the amount 
paid to the claimant to the Board. 

(9) Paragraph 5 of subsection 15 (1) of the 
Schedule, as made by section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 149/84, is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted: 

5. Notice of the claim in writing is made to the 
Registrar or such other person or persons 
designated by the Board within six months 
of the participant's refusal or failure to pay. 

(10) Subsection 15 (5) of the Schedule is 
revoked and the following substituted: 

(5) A claim for payment out of the fund may only 
be made by a claimant giving written notice together 
with full particulars of the claim and of any payment 
recovery in respect thereof. 



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O. Reg. 228/90 



(a) to the Registrar for transmittal to the 
Board; or 

(b) to any person other than the Registrar who 
is designated by the Board. 

(5a) The Trustee may require as a condition prece- 
dent to make payment of a claim for payment out of 
the fund or any part thereof, the delivery and execu- 
tion of such documents as the Trustee in its discretion 
or upon the advice of its Counsel considers necessary 
including such documents as are necessary for trans- 
ferring to the Trustee the interest of the client in the 
claim so as to subrogate the Trustee to the position of 
the client against the participant. 

(11) Clause 15 (6) (a) of the Schedule, as 
remade by section 2 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 815/82, is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

(a) the maximum aggregate amount of claims 
made after the 2nd day of May, 1990 that 
may be paid out of the fund arising out of 
any one failure involving the refusal or 
inability to pay of any one or more partici- 
pants, whether registered as travel agents or 
travel wholesalers or both, shall not exceed 
$5,000,000 and, in the event that the maxi- 
mum aggregate amount being claimed is in 
excess of $5,000,000, the maximum amount 
payable shall be distributed among the 
claimants pro rata; 

(12) Subsection 15 (7) of the Schedule is 
revoked and the following substituted: 

(7) If a client of a participant has been placed in 
circumstances where immediate funds and facilities 
are necessary to alleviate the suffering and inconve- 
nience of a client that is outside of Canada, the 
Director may direct the Trustee to pay out of the 
fund an amount sufficient for the repatriation and 
necessary accommodation of the client. 

(13) Section 15 of the Schedule is amended by 
adding the following subsections: 

(7a) The maximum amount that may be paid out 
of the fund under subsection (7) is $2,000,000. 



(7b) The money paid out of the fund under sub- 
section (7) shall not be included in the maximum 
amount referred to in clause (6) (a). 



(14) 



20/90 



Subsection 15 (10) of the Schedule, as 
remade by section 1 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 149/84, is revoked. 



LOCAL ROADS BOARDS ACT 

O. Reg. 228/90. 

Establishment of Local Roads 

Areas — Northern and Eastern Regions. 
Made— April 25th, 1990. 
Filed— May 2nd, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 598 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

LOCAL ROADS BOARDS ACT 

1. Regulation 598 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 is amended by adding the 
following Schedule: 

Schedule 121 

CHINIGUCHI RIVER LOCAL ROADS AREA 

All that portion of the townships of Davis, Henry, 
Janes, Kelly and McCarthy in the Territorial District 
of Sudbury shown outlined on Ministry of Transpor- 
tation Plan N-1560-1, filed with the Administrative 
Services Office of the Ministry of Transportation at 
Toronto on the 5th day of April, 1990. O. Reg. 
228/90, s. 1. 

William Wrye 
Minister of Transportation 

Dated at Toronto, this 25th day of April, 1990. 

20/90 



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INDEX 20 

GOVERNMENT NOTICES/ A VIS DU GOUVERNEMENT 

Criminal Code/Code criminel 2669 

Appointments/Nominations 2670 

Motor Vehicle Transport Act, 1987/Loi de 1987 sur les transports routiers 2678 

Certificates of Incorporation/Certificats de constitution 2711 

Letters Patent of Incorporation Issued/Lettres patentes constitutives délivrées 2727 

Certificates of Amalgamation/Certificats de fusion 2728 

Certificates of Continuance/Certificats de prorogation 2731 

Transfer of Ontario Corporations/Transfert de compagnies ontariennes 2731 

Amendments to Articles/Modifications aux statuts 2731 

Articles of Revival/Statuts de reconstitution 2736 

Supplementary Letters Patent Issued/Lettres patentes supplémentaires délivrées 2736 

Orders Reviving Corporate Powers/Ordres rétablissant les pouvoirs de compagnies 2737 

Extra-Provincial Licences Endorsed/Permis extraprovinciaux inscrits 2737 

Extra-Provincial Licences Terminated/Permis extraprovinciaux résiliés 2737 

Certificates of Dissolution/Certificats de dissolution 2737 

Certificates of Dissolution Issued/Certificats de dissolution délivrés 2738 

Decisions on Applications for Audit Exemption/Décisions quant aux demandes de dispense en 

matière de vérification 2738 

Notice of Default in Complying with the Corporations Tax Act/Avis de défaut d'observer la 

Loi sur l'imposition des personnes morales 2739 

Cancellation of Certificates of Incorporation (Corporations Tax Act Defaulters)/ Annulation de 

certificats de constitution (défaut d'observer la Loi sur l'imposition des personnes morales) 2743 

Change of Name Act/Loi sur le changement de nom 2746 

Loan and Trust Corporations Act, 1987/Loi de 1987 sur les compagnies de prêt et 

de fiducie 2749 

Pesticides Act/Loi sur les pesticides 2750 

Workers' Compensation Board/Commission des accidents du travail 2752 

Applications to Provincial Parliament — Private Bills/Demandes au Parlement provincial — 

Projets de loi d'intérêt privé 2863 

Petitions to Provincial Parliament/Petitions au Parlement provincial 2863 

Applications to Provincial Parliament/Demandes au Parlement provincial 2864 

CORPORATION NOTICES/AVIS RELATIFS AUX COMPAGNIES 2867 

DISSOLUTIONS OF PARTNERSHIP/DISSOLUTION DE SOCIÉTÉS 2870 

MISCELLANEOUS NOTICES/AVIS DIVERS 2870 

SHERIFFS' SALES OF LANDS/VENTES DE TERRAINS PAR LE SHÉRIF 2870 

SALES OF LANDS FOR TAX ARREARS BY PUBLIC TENDER/VENTES DE TERRAINS 

PAR APPEL D'OFFRES POUR ARRIÉRÉ D'IMPÔT 2871 

PUBLICATIONS UNDER THE REGULATIONS ACT 
PUBLICATIONS EN VERTU DE LA LOI SUR LES RÈGLEMENTS 

Farm Implements Act, 1988 O. Reg. 223/90 2873 

Local Roads Boards Act O. Reg. 228/90 2878 

Planning Act, 1983 O. Reg. 226/90 2876 

Public Lands Act O. Reg. 224/90 2875 

Retail Sales Tax Act O. Reg. 225/90 2876 

Travel Industry Act O. Reg. 227/90 2877 



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Publications under the Regulations Act 
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1990— ()■>— 26 



LAND REGISTRATION REFORM ACT, 1984 

O. Reg. 229/90. 

General. 

Made — September 29th, 1989. 

Filed— May 7th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 580/84 

MADE UNDER THE 

LAND REGISTRATION REFORM ACT, 1984 

1. Subsection 1 (2) of Ontario Regulation 
580/84 is amended by adding the follow- 
ing paragraph: 



18. 



All that portion of the City of North York 
(originally the Township of York) bounded 
by the westerly limit of Bathurst Street as 
widened between Highway 401 and Shep- 
pard Avenue, the southerly limit of Shei> 
pard Avenue as widened between Bathurst 
Street and Yonge Street, the westerly limit 
of Yonge Street as widened between Shep- 
pard Avenue and Wilson Avenue, the 
southerly limit of Wilson Avenue as wid- 
ened between Yonge Street and Highway 
401 and the southerly limit of Highway 401 
between Wilson Avenue and Bathurst 
Street. 



21/90 



LAND REGISTRATION REFORM ACT, 1984 

O. Reg. 230/90. 

General. 

Made— February 23rd, 1990. 

FUed— May 7th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 580/84 

MADE UNDER THE 

LAND REGISTRATION REFORM ACT, 1984 



1. Subsection 1 (2) of Ontario Regulation 
580/84 is amended by adding the follow- 
ing paragraph: 

19. That portion of the City of North York 
(originally the Township of York) bounded 
by the following: 

The southerly limit of York Mills Road as 
widened between Highland Crescent and 
Victoria Park Avenue; 

The westerly limit of Victoria Park Avenue 
as widened between York Mills Road and 
Eglinton Avenue East; 

The southerly limit of Eglinton Avenue 
East as widened between Victoria Park 
Avenue and Leslie Street; 

The westerly limit of Leslie Street as wid- 
ened between Eglinton Avenue East and 
Lawrence Avenue East; 

The southerly limit of Lawrence Avenue 
East as widened between Leslie Street and 
Park Lane Circle; 

The westerly limit of Park Lane Circle 
between Lawrence Avenue East and Post 
Road; 

The southerly limit of Post Road between 
Park Lane Circle and Bayview Avenue; 

The westerly limit of Bayview Avenue as 
widened between Post Road and Highland 

Crescent; and 

The southerly and westerly limits of High- 
land Crescent between Bayview Avenue 
and York Mills Road. 



21/90 



ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT 

O. Reg. 231/90. 

Gasoline Volatility. 
Made— May 7th, 1990. 
FUed— May 7th, 1990. 



727 



2986 O. Reg. 231/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 232/90 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT 

GASOLINE VOLATILITY 

1. No person who refines gasoline shall cause or 
permit gasoline intended for use as a motor fuel to 
leave the refinery if the gasoline has a Reid Vapour 
Pressure exceeding 72 kiloPascals. O. Reg. 231/90, 
s. 1. 

2. No person who imports into Ontario gasoline 
that is intended for use as a motor fuel and that has a 
Reid Vapour Pressure exceeding 72 kiloPascals shall 
cause or permit the transfer of possession or the 
transfer from one vessel to another of such gasoline 
at a place east of longitude 86° west. O. Reg. 
231/90, s. 2. 

3. No person shall mix, blend or adulterate gaso- 
line or components of gasoline, such that the resul- 
tant product has a Reid Vapour Pressure exceeding 
72 kiloPascals, where the resultant product is used or 
intended for use as a motor fuel or is sold or offered 
for sale as a motor fuel. O. Reg. 231/90, s. 3. 

4. The Reid Vapour Pressure of gasoline shall be 
determined in accordance with, 

(a) procedure ASTM D-323 of the American 
Society for Testing and Materials as set out 
in 1989 Annual Book of ASTM Standards, 
Vol. 05.01; or 

(b) one of the sampling methodologies specified 
in Appendix D and one of the testing meth- 
odologies specified in Appendix E to the 
United States Environmental Protection 
Agency, "Volatility Regulations for Gaso- 
line and Alcohol Blends Sold in Calendar 
Years 1989 and Beyond", 40 CFR Part 80, 
published in the Federal Register, Vol. 54, 
No. 54, Wednesday, March 22, 1989. 
O. Reg. 231/90, s. 4. 

5. The limits established by this Regulation are 
absolute and not subject to correction for tolerances 
of the specified procedure. O. Reg. 231/90, s. 5. 

6. This Regulation comes into force on the 15th 
day of May, 1990 and is revoked on the 15th day of 
September, 1990. 

21/90 



ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT 

O. Reg. 232/90. 

Effluent Monitoring — Metal Casting Sector. 
Made— May 7th, 1990. 
Filed— May 7th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 648/89 

MADE UNDER THE 

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT 

1. The Table to subsection 3 (2) of Ontario 
Regulation 648/89 is amended by striking 
out item 11. 

2. Subsection 4 (1) of the Regulation is 
amended by striking out "by the 8th day 
of January, 1990" in the first and second 
lines and by adding the following para- 
graph: 

5. An emergency overflow effluent sampling 
point on each emergency overflow effluent 
stream. 

3. The Regulation is amended by adding the 
following section: 



EMERGENCY OVERFLOW EFFLUENT MONITORING 

11a. — (1) During each emergency overflow, each 
direct discharger shall collect a set of samples suffi- 
cient to perform the analyses required by subsection 
(3) from each affected emergency overflow effluent 
sampling point of that discharger. 

(2) Subsection (1) does not apply if the collection 
of samples would result in danger to health or safety. 

(3) Each direct discharger shall analyze each set of 
samples collected under subsection (1) for the param- 
eters indicated in the column marked "event orient- 
ed", for the stream from which the set was collected, 
of the site-specific monitoring schedule for that dis- 
charger's plant. O. Reg. 232/90, s. 3. 

4. Section 14 of the Regulation is amended 
by adding the following subsection: 

(4a) Each direct discharger shall measure or esti- 
mate the duration and approximate volume of each 
discharge of emergency overflow effluent in respect 
of which the discharger has taken a sample under this 
Regulation and shall record the measured or estimat- 
ed data. O. Reg. 232/90, s. 4. 

5. Subsection 16 (15) of the Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted: 

(15) Each direct discharger shall report to the 
Director the flow measurement information required 
to be recorded under subsections 14 (1) to (4) in 
respect of each process effluent stream, combined 
effluent stream, cooling water effluent stream and 
storm water effluent stream of that discharger, 
together with the date on which each flow was mea- 
sured or estimated. 



728 



O. Reg. 232/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



2987 



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under subsection 14 (4a), together with the date of 
each discharge measured or estimated under subsec- 
tion 14 (4a). O. Reg. 232/90, s. 5. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
PROVINCIAL OFFENCES ACT 

O. Reg. 233/90. 

Proceedings Commenced by Certificate of 

Offence. 
Made— May 7th, 1990. 
Filed— May 7th, 1990. 



O. Reg. 234/90 3011 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 817 OF REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

PROVINCIAL OFFENCES ACT 

1. Schedule 50 to Regulation 817 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as remade by section 
1 of Ontario Regulation 713/82 and amended by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 201/86, is 
revoked and the following substituted: 





Schedule 50 






Fuel Tax Act, 1981 




Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


1. 


Fail to register as interjurisdictional carrier 


clause 3(6)(a) 


2. 


Refuse to permit detention and examination of motor vehicle 


subsection 5(2) 


3. 


Refuse to allow fuel samples 


subsection 5(2) 


4. 


Fail to produce certificate 


subsection 5(2) 


5. 


Motor vehicle containing coloured fuel 


subsection 5(3) 


6. 


Refuse to dye fuel as prescribed 


subsection 8(11) 


7. 


Refuse to comply with stop signs 


clause 19(4)(a) 


8. 


Refuse to permit examination of motor vehicle 


clause 19(4)(b) 


9. 


Refuse to answer question 


clause 19(4)(c) 



O. Reg. 233/90, s. 1. 



21/90 



MINISTRY OF COLLEGES AND 
UNIVERSITIES ACT 

O. Reg. 234/90. 

Ontario Special Bursary Program. 
Made— April 5th, 1990. 
Approved— May 7th, 1990. 
FUed— May 7th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 643 OF 

REVISED REGLXATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

MINISTRY OF COLLEGES AND 

UNIVERSITIES ACT 



1.— (1) Subclause 1 (c) (i) of Regulation 643 21/90 

753 



of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is 
revoked and the following substituted: 

(i) a program of study at an eligible 
institution, or 

(2) Clause 1 (e) of the Regulation is revoked. 

2. Clause 4 (a) of the Regulation, as remade 
by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
105/88, is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted: 

(a) not exceed $2,500 in any twelve-month 
period; 

Sean Conway 
Minister of Colleges and Universities 

Dated at Toronto, this 5th day of April, 1990. 



3012 



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O. Reg. 235/90 



MINISTRY OF COLLEGES AND 
UNIVERSITIES ACT 

O. Reg. 235/90. 

Ontario Study Grant Plan. 
Made— April 5th, 1990. 
Approved— May 7th, 1990. 
Filed— May 7th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 646 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

MINISTRY OF COLLEGES AND 

UNIVERSITIES ACT 

1.— (1) Subclause 1 (1) (h) (i) of Regulation 
646 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1980, as remade by section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 107/88, is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted: 

(i) who is a Canadian citizen or a perma- 
nent resident within the meaning of 
the Immigration Act, 1976 (Canada) 
and except for time spent at a post- 
secondary institution has resided in 
Ontario for a period of not less than 
twelve consecutive months prior to 
the last day of the month in which 
classes in the approved institution 
normally commence for the eligibility 
period for which the person is apply- 
ing for a grant, 

(2) Sub-subclause 1 (1) (h) (ii) (A) of the 
Regulation, as remade by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 107/88, is revoked 
and the following substituted: 

(A) resided in Ontario within the 
meaning of the Immigration 
Act, 1976 (Canada) for a 
period of not less than twelve 
consecutive months prior to 
the last day of the month in 
which classes normally com- 
mence in the approved institu- 
\ tion for the eligibility period 

for which the applicant is 
applying for a grant, or 

(3) Subclause 1 (1) (h) (iii) of the Regulation, 
as remade by section 1 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 107/88, is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted: 

(iii) who is single and has no child depen- 
dent upon the person for support 

754 



prior to the last day of the month in 
which classes normally commence in 
the approved institution for the eligi- 
bility period for which the person is 
applying for a grant, and 

(4) Clause 1 (1) (i) of the Regulation, as 
remade by section 1 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 107/88, is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

(i) "group B married student" means a person 
who is a Canadian citizen or a permanent 
resident within the meaning of the 
Immigration Act, 1976 (Canada) and except 
for time spent at a post-secondary institu- 
tion has resided in Ontario for a period of 
not less than twelve consecutive months 
prior to the last day of the month in which 
classes normally commence in the approved 
institution for the eligibility period for 
which the person is applying for a grant and 
who, prior to the last day of the month in 
which classes commence in the approved 
institution for the eligibility period for 
which the person is applying for a grant, 

(i) has a spouse who is not a full-time 
student, 

(ii) has a spouse and a child living with 
the person and dependent upon the 
person for support, or 

(iii) is a widow or widower or who is 
unmarried, deserted, separated or 
divorced, is not living with his or her 
spouse and has a child living with the 
person and dependent upon the per- 
son for support; 

(5) Clause 1 (1) (j) of the Regulation, as 
remade by section 1 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 107/88, is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

(j) "group B single student" means a person 
who is a Canadian citizen or a permanent 
resident within the meaning of the 
Immigration Act, 1976 (Canada) and except 
for time spent at a post-secondary institu- 
tion has resided in Ontario for a period of 
not less than twelve consecutive months 
prior to the last day of the month in which 
classes normally commence in the approved 
institution for the eligibility period for 
which the person is applying for a grant and 
who, prior to the last day of the month in 
which classes commence in the approved 
institution for the eligibility period for 
which the person is applying for a grant, 

(i) is single and has been engaged in full- 
time employment for three or more 



O. Reg. 235/90 



periods of at least twelve consecutive 
months each and the final period was 
spent in the Province of Ontario, 

(ii) is widowed, divorced or separated 
and has no child living with the per- 
son and dependent upon the person 
for support, or 

(iii) has a spouse and both the person and 
the spouse are full-time students and 
have no child who is dependent upon 
them for support; 

(6) Section 1 of the Regulation, as amended 
by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
107/88, is further amended by adding the 
following subsection: 

(4) Notwithstanding subclause (1) (h) (i) and 
clauses (1) (i) and (j), the period of time spent at a 
post-secondary institution may be included in calcu- 
lating the time period referred to, where the person is 
in Canada on a valid student authorization or is a 
convention refugee lawfully in Canada under the 
Immigration Act, 1976 (Canada). O. Reg. 235/90, 
s. 1 (6). 

2. — (1) Subsection 4 (1) of the Regulation, as 
remade by section 2 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 107/88, is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

(1) The amount of a grant shall be that amount 
calculated by deducting the financial resources of the 
applicant from the education costs of the applicant 
and shall not exceed for each eligibility period, 

(a) $1 ,800 to a group B single student; 

(b) $2,550 to a group A student or to a group B 
married student referred to in subclauses 
1 (l)(i)(i)and(ii);or 

(c) $3,550 to a group B married student 
referred to in subclause 1 (1) (i) (iii). 
O. Reg. 235/90, s. 2(1). 

(2) Subsection 4 (3) of the Regulation, as 
remade by section 2 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 107/88, is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

(3) Despite clauses (1) (a), (b) and (c), the 
amount of a grant to an applicant who is enrolled in 
an approved institution that is a post-secondary insti- 
tution that does not receive funding from the Gov- 
ernment of Canada or from any province or territory 
of Canada shall not exceed $1,550 for each eligibility 
period. O. Reg. 235/90, s. 2 (2). 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 236/90 3013 

Dated at Toronto, this 5th day of April, 1990. 



Sean Conway 
Minister of Colleges and Universities 



21/90 



MINISTRY OF COLLEGES AND 
UNIVERSITIES ACT 

O. Reg. 236/90. 

Ontario Student Loans. 
Made— April 5th, 1990. 
Approved^ — May 7th, 1990. 
Filed— May 7th, 1990. 



1. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 644 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

MINISTRY OF COLLEGES AND 

UNIVERSITIES ACT 

Clause 1 (1) (nb) of Regulation 644 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as 
made by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
107/87, is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted: 



(nb) "spouse" means either of a man and woman 
who, 

(i) are married to each other, 

(u) have together in good faith entered 
into a marriage that is voidable or 
void, 

(iii) are not married to each other and 
have cohabited continuously for a 
period of not less than three years, or 

(iv) are not married to each other and 
have cohabited in a relationship of 
some permanence, if they are the 
natural or adoptive parents of a 
child; 

2. Section 2 of the Regulation is amended by 
adding the following subsection: 

(3) A person to whom a student loan has been 
made shall, for the purposes of this Regulation, no 
longer be considered to be a student on the last day 
of the 520th week of attendance at an eligible 
institution. O. Reg. 236/90, s. 2. 

3. Subsection 3 (3) of the Regulation, as 
remade by section 2 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 451/82, is revoked and the following 
substituted: 



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(3) Forthwith after ceasing to be a student within 
the meaning of subsection 2 (1) or (3), a person to 
whom a student loan has been made shall enter into a 
consolidated loan agreement with the bank to deter- 
mine the amount and duration of the payments to be 
made to discharge the principal amount of the loan 
and interest on the outstanding balance from time to 
time. O. Reg. 236/90, s. 3. 

4. Subsections 5 (2) and (3) of the Regula- 
tion are revoked and the following substi- 
tuted: 

(2) A certificate of loan approval may be issued to 
a student in an amount that does not exceed $3,000 in 
a twelve-month period. 

(3) A certificate of loan approval shall not be 
issued if it would increase the total liability of a bor- 
rower to repay student loans made under this Regu- 
lation above $8,000. O. Reg. 236/90, s. 4. 

5.__(1) Clause 7 (2) (a) of the Regulation, as 
remade by section 2 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 107/87, is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

(a) who has at any time defaulted in repayment 
of a student loan guaranteed by the Prov- 
ince of Ontario, guaranteed by any other 
province or territory of Canada or made 
under the Canada Student Loans Act or the 
Ontario Student Venture Capital Program 
or the Ontario Youth Venture Capital Pro- 
gram; 

(2) Clauses 7 (2) (i) and (j) of the Regulation, 
as remade by section 2 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 107/87, are revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted: 

(i) who has at any time been convicted of an 
offence under the Canada Student Loans 
Act or an offence involving fraud or theft 
under the Criminal Code (Canada) in 
respect of any student assistance program of 
the Province of Ontario or any other prov- 
ince or territory of Canada or the Ontario 
Student Venture Capital Program or the 
Ontario Youth Venture Capital Program; 



{]) who has failed to make satisfactory arrange- 
ments with the Minister for the repayment 
of overpayments received in respect of a 
previous application for student assistance 
under this Regulation, Regulation 642 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1980 (Graduate Scholarships), Regulation 
643 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1980 (Ontario Special Bursary Program) or 
Regulation 646 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 (Ontario Study Grant Plan) 
or under the Canada Student Loans Act. 

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6. Subsection 9 (la) of the Regulation, as 
made by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 
106/88, is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted: 

(la) Despite subsection (1), if the Minister sus- 
pends a borrower's obligation to pay the amounts of 
principal and interest owing on a student loan under 
subsection 11a (1), the period within which the bor- 
rower's student loan is repayable is extended by the 
duration of the suspension. O. Reg. 236/90, s. 6. 

7. Clause 11 (1) (a) of the Regulation, as 
remade by section 3 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 107/87, is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

(a) if the borrower becomes enrolled at an edu- 
cational institution or a secondary school 
within the meaning of the Education Act, 
provide the bank to which the borrower's 
obligations are owed with a confirmation of 
enrolment signed by a designated official of 
the educational institution or secondary 
school; and 

Sean Conway 
Minister of Colleges and Universities 

Dated at Toronto, this 5th day of April, 1990. 
21/90 



MINISTRY OF COLLEGES AND 
UNIVERSITIES ACT 

O. Reg. 237/90. 

Graduate Scholarship Awards. 
Made— April 5th, 1990. 
Approved— May 7th, 1990. 
Filed— May 7th, 1990. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 

MINISTRY OF COLLEGES AND 

UNIVERSITIES ACT 

GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS 

DEFINITIONS 

1. In this Regulation, 

'award" means a scholarship for graduate study at an 
eligible institution; 

'due date" means the 31st day of October in the year 
preceding the year for which an application for an 
award is made; 



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"eligible institution" means a university financially 
assisted by the Province of Ontario; 

"graduate study" means full-time study leading to a 
masters or doctoral degree at an eligible institu- 
tion; 

"permanent resident" means a person who is a per- 
manent resident within the meaning of the 
Immigration Act, 1976 (Canada); 

"program year" means a year that starts in May or 
September after the due date or in January of the 
next following year; 

"resident in Ontario" means, except for time spent at 
an eligible institution, resident in Ontario for a 
period of not less than twelve consecutive months 
before the last day of the month in which classes 
normally start in the eligible institution for the 
period for which the person is applying for an 
award; 

"Selection Board" means the advisory committee 
apix)inted by the Lieutenant Governor in Council 
under subsection 3 (3) of the Act to advise the 
Minister concerning the granting of awards; 

"term" means a jjeriod of graduate study at an eligi- 
ble institution that is not less than twelve weeks in 
duration. O. Reg. 237/90, s. 1. 

AWARDS 

2. — (1) An award under this Regulation shall be 
for two or three consecutive terms in an amount that 
does not exceed $3,766 per term. 

(2) A person may receive a maximum of four 
awards under this Regulation. 

(3) A person may receive only one award per pro- 
gram year. 

(4) For the purpose of calculating the number of 
awards under subsections (2) and (3), an award 
received under the following programs shall be 
counted as an award under this Regulation: 

1 . The Ontario Graduate Fellowship Program. 

2. The Social Sciences and Humanities 
Research Council Program. 

3. The Natural Sciences and Engineering 
Research Council Program. 

4. The Medical Research Council Program. 

(5) The Minister may require a person who is the 

recipient of an award under this Regulation and who 
withdraws from graduate study or ceases to be regis- 
tered as a student in graduate study at an eligible 
institution before completing the term for which the 
award was granted to repay, on demand, to the Trea- 



surer of Ontario, an amount that is equal to the full 
amount of the award or such lesser amount as the 
Minister may determine having regard to the eco- 
nomic condition of the person and financial hardship 
that may be caused by requiring the repayment of the 
full amount of the award. O. Reg. 237/90, s. 2. 

APPUCATION AND SELECTION 

3. — (1) An application for an award may be made 
only by a person who, on the due date, 

(a) is a Canadian citizen or a permanent resi- 
dent; or 

(b) is lawfully admitted or may be lawfully 
admitted to Canada as a visitor with student 
authorization under paragraph 10 (a) or (b) 
of the Immigration Act, 1976 (Canada). 

(2) An application for an award shall be made to 
the Minister or to an eUgible institution. 

(3) Each eligible institution that receives an appli- 
cation before the due date shall forward the applica- 
tion to the Minister on or before the due date. 

(4) The Minister shall refer all completed applica- 
tions received by the Minister on or before the due 
date or filed with the Minister by an eligible institu- 
tion on or before the due date to the Selection Board 
fora report. 

(5) The Selection Board shall consider all applica- 
tions referred to it and, after considering the applica- 
tions, make a report to the Minister with respect to 
the granting of awards to applicants. 

(6) In considering applications, the Selection 
Board may in its report give a preference to appli- 
cants who are residents in Ontario. 

(7) After considering the report of the Selection 
Board, the Minister shall grant not more than 1,200 
awards each year as follows: 

1. If the average number of open awards 
granted to students attending at an eligible 
institution in the previous three years is less 
than thirty, the Minister shall offer to appli- 
cants enrolled or intending to enroll at each 
such eligible institution that number of 
awards set out in Column 2 of the Table that 
is opposite the average number of awards 
set out opposite thereto in Column 1 and 
such awards shall be known as institutional 
awards. 

2. Not more than sixty awards shall be offered 
to applicants who are lawfully admitted or 
may be lawfully admitted to Canada as visi- 
tors with student authorization under para- 
graph 10 (a) or (b) of the Immigration Act, 
1976 (Canada) and such awards shall be 
known as visa awards. 



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3. After determining the number of awards to 
be offered under paragraphs 1 and 2, offer 
the balance of the awards, to be known as 
open awards, to the other applicants. 

(8) Each applicant, upon receiving a notice of the 
granting of an award, shall execute and file with the 
Minister the certificate of acceptance included in the 
notice within three weeks after the date set out in the 
notice. 

(9) The Minister may cancel an award to which a 
certificate of acceptance refers if the certificate of 
acceptance is not executed and filed with the Minister 
within the three-week period set out in the notice. 

(10) If an applicant executes and files the certifi- 
cate of acceptance within the three-week period set 
out in the notice, the Minister shall authorize the 
payment of an award to the applicant if the applicant 
is enrolled in a program of graduate study. O. Reg. 
237/90, s. 3. 

NOMINATION FOR AWARDS 

4. If the average number of open awards granted 
to applicants enrolled or intending to enroll in a pro- 
gram of graduate study at an eligible institution over 
the previous three years is less than thirty, the eligi- 
ble institution may nominate other persons enrolled 
or intending to enroll in the eligible institution for the 
awards. O. Reg. 237/90, s. 4. 

CONDITIONS 

5. — (1) It is a condition for the payment of an 
award under this Regulation that the applicant for 
the award, 

(a) is not in default of a repayment of, 

(i) a student loan guaranteed by the 
Province of Ontario or by any other 
province or territory of Canada, a 
loan made under the Canada Student 
Loans Act or a loan made under the 
Ontario Venture Capital Program, or 

(ii) any money required to be repaid to 
the Treasurer of Ontario under this 
Regulation or Regulation 646 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1980 or any predecessor of this Regu- 
^ lation or the said Regulation 646; 

(b) is not employed for more than an average of 
ten hours a week; and 

(c) is not in receipt of another award that 
exceeds $2,500. 

(2) Clause (1) (a) does not apply if no legal pro- 
ceedings are instituted against the applicant for 
repayment of the default and. 



(a) the applicant repays the amount in default 
in full prior to the date of applying for an 
award under this Regulation; 

(b) the applicant makes arrangements to cor- 
rect the default in the repayment; 

(c) the default in the repayment is not deliber- 
ate on the part of the applicant and is 
beyond the control of the applicant; or 

(d) the Minister is satisfied that relief from sub- 
section (1) should be granted to the appli- 
cant having regard to the economic condi- 
tion of the applicant and the financial 
hardship that may be caused by the repay- 
ment of the amount in default. O. Reg. 
237/90, s. 5. 

NOTICE 

6. — (1) Any notice required to be given to a per- 
son under this Regulation is sufficiently given if deliv- 
ered personally or sent by prepaid mail addressed to 
the person at the person's last known address. 

(2) If service is made by mail, the service shall be 
deemed to be made on the fifth day after the day of 
mailing unless the person on whom the service is 
being made establishes that he or she did not in good 
faith, through absence, accident, illness or other 
cause beyond the person's control, receive the notice 
until a later date. O. Reg. 237/90, s. 6. 

7. Regulation 642 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 and Ontario Regulations 387/81, 
577/82, 725/83, 430/84, 441/85, 476/86 and 253/87 are 
revoked. 

TABLE 



Column 1 



Average number of 

awards made in the 

preceding 3 years 



OtolO 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 



Column 2 



Number of awards that 
may be offered 



10 
10 
9 
9 
8 
8 
7 
7 
6 
6 
5 
5 
4 
4 
3 
3 
2 



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27 


2 


28 


1 


29 


1 


30 or greater 






O. Reg. 237/90, Table. 

Sean Conway 
Minister of Colleges and Universities 

Dated at Toronto, this 5th day of April, 1990. 



21/90 



ST. LAWRENCE PARKS COMMISSION 
ACT 

O. Reg. 238/90. 

Parks. 

Made— April 27th, 1990. 
Approved — May 7th, 1990. 
Filed— May 8th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 909 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

ST. LAWRENCE PARKS COMMISSION 

ACT 



1. Section 1 of Regulation 909 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as 
amended by section 1 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 225/83, section 1 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 260/84, section 1 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 212/85, section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 198/86, section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 180/88 and section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 139/89, is further 
amended by relettering clause (a) as 
clause (aa) and by adding the following 
clauses: 

(a) "adult" means a person who is at least thir- 
teen years of age and less than sixty-five 
years of age; 



(ba) "child" means a person who is at least six 
years of age and less than thirteen years of 
age; 

2. Subsections 28 (1), (2) and (3) of the Reg- 
ulation, as remade by section 6 of 
Ontario Regulation 139/89, are revoked 
and the following substituted: 

(1) The fees payable for camp-sites in the Parks 
and vehicle permits are as follows: 



TABLE 



Service 


Fees for persons who are 
not senior citizens 


Fees for senior citizens 




Daily fee 


Weekly fee, 

payable in 

advance 


Daily fee 


CampHsite without electrical power 
Camp-site with electrical power 
Additional vehicle permit 


$11.00 
$14.00 
$ 4.75 


$66.00 
$84.00 
$28.50 


$5.50 
$7.00 
$2.50 



(2) The fee for group camping at the Adolphus- 
town, Grenville, Morrison Island and Brown's Bay 
parks, if group camping is permitted, is $8 per camp- 
site plus, 

(a) 75 cents per day for each person who is less 
than eighteen years of age or who is a senior 
citizen; and 

(b) $1 .50 per day for each person not described 
in clause (a). 



(3) The vehicle entry permit fee is. 



(a) $5.25 for a daily vehicle permit for a vehicle 
not transporting a senior citizen; 

(b) nil for a daily vehicle permit for a vehicle 
transporting a senior citizen; 

(c) $26.50 for a daily vehicle permit for a bus 
licensed under the Public Vehicles Act; and 

(d) $52.50 for an annual vehicle permit. 
O. Reg. 238/90, s. 2. 

3. — (1) The definition of "adult" in subsec- 



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tion 29 (1) of the Regulation, as made by 
section 3 of Ontario Regulation 198/86, is 
revoked. 



(2) Subsection 29 (2) of the Regulation, as 

TABLE 



remade by section 7 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 139/89, is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

(2) The admission fees to Fort Henry are as fol- 
lows: 



Person to whom the fee applies 



Fees during the regular season 



Fees 
during the 
off-season 



Day 



Evening 



Both 



Day 



A child accompanied by an aduU 

A student carrying a student identification card 

A member of a school group or a youth group and 
the supervisor of such a group 

An adult 

A member of an adult group or tour 

A senior citizen 

A member of a senior group 

a member of a senior tour 



$3.00 

$5.25 
$2.50 

$7.00 
$6.00 
$3.50 
$3.25 
$3.00 



$3.00 

$5.25 
$2.50 

$7.00 
$6.00 
$3.50 
$3.25 
$3.00 



$4.00 
$6.75 
$3.50 

$8.50 
$7.50 
$5.00 
$4.75 
$4.50 



$1.25 
$1.25 
$1.25 

$2.50 
$2.50 
$1.00 
$1.00 
$1.00 



O. Reg. 238/90, s. 3 (2). 



(3) Subsections 29 (3), (4), (5) and (6) of the 
Regulation, as made by section 7 of 
Ontario Regulation 139/89, are revoked 
and the following substituted: 

(3) A person who pays the daytime admission fee 
to Fort Henry and who is admitted within one hour 
before the end of the day shall, on request, be given a 
pass entitling the person to free admission to the Fort 
before noon on the following day. 

(4) The admission fee to Upper Canada Village 
during the regular season is, 

(a) $2.50 for a child accompanied by an adult; 

(b) $5.50 for a student carrying a student identi- 
fication card; 

(c) $2.25 for a member of a school group or a 
youth group and for the supervisor of such a 
group; 

(d) $7.25foranaduh; 

(e) $6.25 for a member of an adult group or 
tour; 

(f) $3.75 for a senior citizen; 

(g) $3.50 for a member of a senior group; 



(h) $3.25 for a member of a senior tour. 

(4a) The fee for an off-season day pass for Upper 
Canada Village is, 

(a) $1.25 for a child, student or senior citizen; 
and 

(b) $2.50 for an adult. 

(5) The daily fee for participating in an activity 
session at Upper Canada Village is, in addition to the 
admission fee to the Village, 

(a) $2 for a child or student; and 

(b) $4 for an aduh or a senior citizen. 

(5a) The fee for participating in a heritage work- 
shop at Upper Canada Village is, 

(a) $5 for a child or student; and 

(b) $20 for an aduh or a senior citizen. 

(5b) The daily fee for participating in a live-in pro- 
gram at Upper Canada Village is, 

(a) $10for a child or student; and 

(b) $40 for an adult or a senior citizen. 



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(6) A person who is admitted to Upper Canada 
Village within two hours before closing time shall, on 
request, be given a pass entitling the person to free 
admission to the Village before noon on the follow- 
ing day. O. Reg. 238/90, s. 3 (3). 

(4) Section 29 of the Regulation is amended 
by adding the following subsection: 

(8) The fee for a cutter ride at Upper Canada Vil- 
lage is $20. O. Reg. 238/90, s. 3 (4). 

4. Section 30a of the Regulation, as remade 
by section 9 of Ontario Regulation 
139/89, is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted: 

30a. The admission fee to Fairfield White House 
at Fairfield Historical Park is, 

(a) $1 for a child; 

(b) $2 for a student canning a student identifi- 
cation card; 

(c) 85 cents for a member of a school group or 
youth group and for a supervisor accompa- 
nying such a group; 

(d) $2.75 for an adult; and 

(e) $1.25 for a senior citizen. O. Reg. 238/90, 
s. 4. 

5. Subsection 30b (1) of the Regulation, as 
made by section 9 of Ontario Regulation 
139/89, is revoked. 

6. — (1) Subsection 31 (1) of the Regulation, as 
remade by section 10 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 139/89, is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

(1) The fee per person to play eighteen holes or 
less of golf in one day at the Upper Canada Golf 
Course at Crysler Farm Battlefield Park is, 

(a) $19 on weekdays and $22 on weekends and 
holidays for a game starting before 5 p.m.; 
and 

(b) $14 on weekdays and $16 on weekends and 
holidays for a game starting at 5 p.m. or 
later. O. Reg. 238/90, s. 6 (1). 

(2) Subsection 31 (3) of the Regulation, as 
remade by section 10 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 139/89, is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

(3) The fee for a season ticket for the Upper 
Canada Golf Course at Crysler Farm Battlefield Park 
is. 



(a) $500 for one person to use the golf course at 
anytime; 

(b) $875 for a family (two adults residing in the 
same household and their children less than 
sixteen years of age) to use the golf course 
at any time; 

(c) $350 for a senior citizen to use the golf 
course on weekdays; and 

(d) $150 for a person under sixteen years of age 
to use the golf course after noon on 
weekdays. O. Reg. 238/90, s. 6 (2). 



(3) Subsection 31 (5) of the Regulation, as 
made by section 10 of Ontario Regulation 
139/89, is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted: 

(5) The fee for the rental of, 

(a) a golf pull cart is $3.50 for eighteen holes or 
less of golf; 

(b) a set of golf clubs and a bag is $6 for eigh- 
teen holes or less of golf; 

(c) a power car is $20 for eighteen holes or less 
of golf; and 

(d) a bucket of driving range balls is $3.25. 
O. Reg. 238/90, s. 6 (3). 

7.— (1) Subsections 31b (2) and (3) of the Reg- 
ulation, as remade by section 12 of 
Ontario Regulation 139/89, are revoked 
and the following substituted: 

(2) The fees for docking a boat at Crysler Park 
Marina at any time during the summer season, pay- 
able per foot of length of the boat, are 65 cents per 
day, $3.25 per week and $10 per month. 

(3) The fee for docking a boat for the summer sea- 
son at Crysler Park Marina is, 

(a) $540 for a 26 foot finger dock; 

(b) $630 for a 30 foot finger dock; and 

(c) $22 per foot of length of the boat for a dock 
other than a finger dock. O. Reg. 238/90, 
s. 7(1). 

(2) Subsections 31b (5), (6) and (7) of the 
Regulation, as made by section 12 of 
Ontario Regulation 139/89, are revoked 
and the following substituted: 

(5) The fee per outlet for electricity at Crysler 
Park Marina is. 



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(b) $180 for the summer season for a person 
who has paid docking fees for the season; 
and 

(c) $14.50 for the winter season. 

(6) The fee for the use of the boat ramp at Crysler 
Park Marina is $4 per day. 

(6a) The pump-out fee at Crysler Park Marina is, 

(a) $5.50 for each pump-out of a tank with a 
capacity of less than ten gallons; 

(b) $11.50 for each pump-out of a tank with a 
capacity of at least ten gallons; and 

(c) $42 for all pump-outs during the summer 
season for a person who has paid docking 
fees for the season. 

(7) The fee for storing a boat at Crysler Park 
Marina is, 

(a) 65 cents jjer foot of length of the boat for 
storage on land per day during the summer 
season; 

(b) $28.25 for trailer storage for the summer 
season; 

(c) $40 for cradle storage for the summer sea- 
son; and 

(d) $11.50 per foot of length of the boat for 
storage for the winter season. O. Reg. 
238/90, s. 7 (2). 

8. Section 32 of the Regulation, as remade 
by section 13 of Ontario Regulation 
139/89, is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted: 

32. The charter fee for return trip transportation 
by carryall between Crysler Park Marina and Upper 
Canada Village is $115. O. Reg. 238/90, s. 8. 

9. Subsection 32a (2) of the Regulation, as 
made by section 14 of Ontario Regulation 
139/89, is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted: 

(2) The annual fee for erecting a dock within the 
Parks is $27.50. O. Reg. 238/90, s. 9. 

10. The Regulation is further amended by 
adding the following section: 



32c. — (1) The fee for holding a wedding ceremony 
at Queen's Gardens is $200 and at Fort Henry, 



Upper Canada Village or Fairfield White House is 
$300. 

(2) The fee for a horse and carriage to be used in 
connection with a wedding ceremony is $200. 
O. Reg. 238/90, s. 10. 

11. Section 33 of the Regulation, as remade 
by section 7 of Ontario Regulation 
198/86, is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted: 

33. The fee for a sleigh ride is $1 per child, $2 per 
adult and $1.50 per senior citizen. O. Reg. 238/90, 
s. 11. 

The St. Lawrence Parks Commission: 

G. Speal 
Chairman 

John Barrett-Hamilton 
General Manager 

Dated at Morrisburg, this 27th day of April, 1990. 

21/90 



ONTARIO DRUG BENEFIT ACT, 1986 

O. Reg. 239/90. 

General. 

Made— May 7th, 1990. 

Filed— May 8th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 689/86 

MADE UNDER THE 

ONTARIO DRUG BENEFIT ACT, 1986 

1. Schedule 4 to Ontario Regulation 689/86, 
as remade by section 2 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 555/89, is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted: 

Schedule 4 

1. From and including the 1st day of July, 1990 to 
and including the 31st day of December, 1990. 
O. Reg. 239/90, s. 1. 

2. Schedule 5 to the Regulation, as remade 
by section 3 of Ontario Regulation 
555/89, is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted: 

Schedule 5 

1. From and including the 1st day of July, 1989 to 



762 



O. Reg. 239/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 242/90 3021 



and including the 31st day of December, 1989. 
O. Reg. 239/90, s. 2. 



3. 



21/90 



This Regulation shall be deemed to have 
come into force on the 17th day of April, 
1990. 



ONTARIO DRUG BENEFIT ACT, 1986 

O. Reg. 240/90. 

General. 

Made— May 7th, 1990. 

Filed— May 8th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 689/86 

MADE UNDER THE 

ONTARIO DRUG BENEFIT ACT, 1986 

1. Schedule 3 to Ontario Regulation 689/86, 
as remade by section 1 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 555/89, is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted: 

Schedule 3 

1. Between 8.30 a.m. and 4.30 p.m. on a day that 
is on or before the 5th day of July, 1990. O. Reg. 
240/90, s.l. 

21/90 



PRESCRIPTION DRUG COST 
REGULATION ACT, 1986 

O. Reg. 241/90. 

General. 

Made— May 7th, 1990. 

Filed— May 8th, 1990. 



1. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 690/86 

MADE UNDER THE 

PRESCRIPTION DRUG COST 

REGULATION ACT, 1986 

Schedule 3 to Ontario Regulation 690/86, 
as remade by section 1 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 556/89, is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted: 

763 



Schedules 

1. Between 8.30 a.m. and 4.30 p.m. on a day that 
is on or before the 5th day of July, 1990. O. Reg. 
241/90, s. 1. 

21/90 



DEVELOPMENT CHARGES ACT, 1989 

O. Reg. 242/90. 

Education Development Charges. 
Made— May 7th, 1990. 
Filed— May 8th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 722/89 

MADE UNDER THE 

DEVELOPMENT CHARGES ACT, 1989 

1. Section 15 of Ontario Regulation 722/89 
is revoked and the following substituted: 

15. A board shall exempt an owner from an edu- 
cation development charge on residential develop- 
ment imposed in respect of the creation of a dwelling 
unit if the owner meets the following conditions: 

1. Application in Form 2 is made for the 
exemption within sixty days after the educa- 
tion development charge by-law that 
imposes the education development charge 
comes into force. 

2. The dwelling unit is the subject of a subsist- 
ing agreement of purchase and sale that the 
vendor and purchaser intend to complete 
and that was signed on or before the 12th 
day of December, 1988 by the vendor and 
the purchaser. 

3. In entering into the agreement mentioned in 
paragraph 2, the vendor did not contravene 
subsection 51 (1) of the Planning Act, 1983. 

4. A copy of the agreement mentioned in para- 
graph 2 is attached to the application for the 
exemption. 

5. No person has been exempted under this 
section in respect of a dwelling unit that the 
purchaser under the agreement mentioned 
in paragraph 2 has purchased or agreed to 
purchase. O. Reg. 242/90, s. 1. 

2. The Regulation is amended by adding the 
following form: 



3022 O. Reg. 242/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 243/90 



To. 



Form 2 

Education Development Charge Exemption 
Application 



(School Board) 



In The Matter Of of an education development 
charge against the land described as follows: 



I apply for exemption under section 15 of Ontario 
Regulation 722/89 (Education Development 
Charges) from an education development charge on 
residential development imposed on the lands 
described above. I meet the conditions set out in that 
section. 

A copy of the agreement of purchase and sale sup- 
porting this application is attached. 



(Applicant) 



(Date) 



(School Board) 



(Date) 
O. Reg. 242/89, s. 2. 



21/90 



ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 243/90. 

Exemption — ^The Corporation of The 

Regional Municipality of 

Waterloo— WATE-RG-2 . 
Made— April 20th, 1990. 
Approved— April 20th, 1990. 
Filed— May 9th, 1990. 



V ORDER MADE UNDER THE 

ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

EXEMPTION — THE CORPORATION OF THE 

REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF WATERLOO 

— WATE-RG-2 

Having received a request from The Corporation 
of The Regional Municipality of Waterloo that the 
undertaking of carrying out various projects related 
to groundwater contamination in the Elmira area, 
namely: 



the interim water supply for the communities of 
Elmira and St. Jacobs, and 

the operation of purge wells, including any treat- 
ment before discharge, 

be exempt from the application of the Act pursuant 
to section 29; and 

Having been advised by The Corporation of The 
Regional Municipality of Waterloo that if the under- 
taking is subject to the application of the Act, the fol- 
lowing injury, damage or interference with the per- 
sons and property indicated will occur: 

A. The groundwater supply will be further con- 
taminated; and 

B. Individuals and businesses will be deprived 
of a sufficient potable water supply; 

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, con- 
servation and wise management in Ontario of the 
environment which would result from the undertak- 
ing 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. In order to respond quickly to the emer- 
gency nature of the situation; 

B. In order to mitigate movement of DMNA in 
the groundwater system; and 

C. In order to provide an adequate water sup- 
ply to the communities of Elmira and St. 
Jacobs. 

This exemption is subject to the following terms 
and conditions: 

1. That the undertaking begin before Decem- 
ber 31, 1990, otherwise the exemption will 
no longer apply. 

2. That The Regional Municipality of 
Waterloo maintain a program of Public 
Liaison until December 31 , 1990. 

3. That The Regional Municipality of 
Waterloo conduct regular testing of the 
Interim Water Supply Well to ensure that 
DMNA levels are below Ministry of the 
Environment Guidelines, and forward this 
information to the Director of West Central 
Region of the Ministry of the Environment. 
O. Reg. 243/90. 

James Bradley 
Minister of the Environment 



764 



O. Reg. 243/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 247/90 3023 



Dated this 20th day of April, 1990. 
21/90 

ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 244/90. 

Designation — Handling of Dangerous 

Goods at Morton Terminal. 
Made— May 8th, 1990. 
Filed— May 9th, 1990. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

DESIGNATION— HANDLING OF 

DANGEROUS GOODS AT MORTON 

TERMINAL 

1. In this Regulation, "dangerous goods'* means 
any product, substance or organism included by its 
nature or by the regulations made under the 
Dangerous Goods Transportation Act, 1981 in any of 
the classes listed in the Schedule to that Act. 
O. Reg. 244/90, s . 1. 

2. The enterprise or activity by any person of 
delivering dangerous goods by truck to or from the 
wharf and associated facilities known both as the 
Morton Terminal and as Morterm, in the City of 
Windsor, is defined as a major commercial or busi- 
ness enterprise or activity and is designated as an 
undertaking to which the Act applies. O. Reg. 
244/90, s. 2. 

21/90 



PUBLIC HOSPITALS ACT 

O. Reg. 245/90. 

Capital Grants for Hospital Construction 

and Renovation. 
Made— February 27th, 1990. 
Approved— May 10th, 1990. 
Filed— May 10th, 1990. 



1. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 859 OF 
REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 
PUBLIC HOSPITALS ACT 

Section 2 of Regulation 859 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is amended 



by adding thereto the following subsec- 
tion: 

(3) Despite subsection (2), a capital grant for a 
project or program that relates to a centre operated 
by the Ontario Cancer Treatment and Research 
Foundation may be any amount not exceeding the 
shareable cost of the project or program. O. Reg. 
245/90, s. 1. 

Elinor Caplan 
Minister of Health 

Dated at Toronto, this 27th day of February, 1990. 

21/90 



POWER CORPORATION ACT 

O. Reg. 246/90. 

Pension and Insurance Plan. 
Made— January 15th, 1990. 
Approved — May 7th, 1990. 
Filed— May 11th, 1990. 



1. 



REGULATION TO REVOKE 

REGULATION 796 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

POWER CORPORATION ACT 

Regulation 796 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 and Ontario Regulations 
442/82, 173/83, 530/83, 768/83, 802/84, 
432/85, 141/86, 339/86, 59/87, 91/87, 
346/87 and 510/87 are revoked. 

Ontario Hydro: 

R. Franklin 
Chaimwn 

L. Leonoff 
Secretary 



Dated at Toronto, this 15th day of January, 1990. 
21/90 



PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 247/90. 

Zoning Areas — Geographic Township of 

Pettypiece, Territorial District of Kenora. 
Made— May 10th, 1990. 
Filed— May 11th, 1990. 



765 



3024 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 247/90 



ORDER MADE UNDER THE 
PLANNING ACT, 1983 

ZONING AREAS— GEOGRAPHIC TOWNSHIP 

OF PETTYPIECE, TERRITORIAL DISTRICT 

OF KENORA 

INTERPRETATION 

1. In this Order, 

"accessory", when used to describe a use, building or 
structure, means a use, building or structure that is 
normally incidental or subordinate to the principal 
use, building or structure located on the same lot; 

"dwelling unit" means one or more habitable rooms 
occupied or capable of being occupied as an inde- 
pendent and separate housekeeping establishment 
in which separate kitchen and sanitary facilities are 
provided for the exclusive use of the unit with a 
private entrance from outside the building or from 
a common hallway or stairway inside the building; 

"lot" means a parcel of land, 

(a) described in a deed or other document 
legally capable of conveying land, or 

(b) shown as a lot or block on a registered plan 
of subdivision; 

"seasonal dwelling" means a separate building con- 
taining only one dwelling unit used for recreation 
and not occupied as a permanent residence. 
O. Reg. 247/90, s . 1. 

APPLICATION 

2. This Order applies to those lands in the geo- 
graphic Township of Pettypiece in the Territorial Dis- 
trict of Kenora being part of Broken Lot 5, Conces- 
sion II more particularly described as lots 1 to 26 



inclusive on Plan 23M-874 registered in the Land 
Registry Office for the Land Titles Division of 
Kenora (No. 23). O. Reg. 247/90, s. 2. 

3. Nothing in this Order prevents the use of any 
land, building or structure for a purpose prohibited 
by this Order if the land, building or structure is law- 
fully used for such purpose on the day this Order 
comes into force. O. Reg. 247/90, s. 3. 

PERMITTED USES 

4. Every use of land and every erection or use of 
buildings or structures on the land described in sec 
tion 2 is prohibited except, 

(a) one seasonal dwelling on a lot; and 

(b) uses, buijdings and structures accessory to 
seasonal dwellings. O. Reg. 247/90, s. 4. 

RECONSTRUCTION AND REPAIRS 

5. — (1) Nothing in this Order prevents the recon- 
struction of any building or structure that is damaged 
or destroyed by causes beyond the control of the 
ow ner, if the dimensions of the original building or 
structure are not increased or its original use altered. 

(2) Nothing in this Order prevents the strengthen- 
ing or restoration to a safe condition of any building 
or structure or part of any such building or structure. 
O. Reg. 247/90, s. 5. 

Brian Douglas Riddell 

Assistant Deputy Minister 

Municipal Operations Division 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 10th day of May, 1990. 



21/90 



I 



766 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 3025 

INDEX 21 

GOVERNMENT NOTICES/ A VIS DU GOUVERNEMENT 

Motor Vehicle Transport Act, 1987/Loi de 1987 sur les transports routiers 2883 

Certificates of Incorporation/Certificats de constitution 2928 

Letters Patent of Incorporation Issued/Lettres patentes constitutives délivrées 2946 

Certificates of Amalgamation/Certificats de fusion 2947 

Transfer of Ontario Corporations/Transfert de compagnies ontariennes 2950 

Amendments to Articles/Modifications aux statuts 2951 

Articles of Revival/Statuts de reconstitution 2955 

Certificates of Amendment of Articles Issued/Certificats de modification des statuts 2956 

Supplementary Letters Patent Issued/Lettres patentes supplémentaires délivrées 2956 

Orders Reviving Corporate Powers/Ordres rétablissant les pouvoirs de compagnies 2956 

Extra-Provincial Licences Amended/Permis extraprovinciaux modifiés 2957 

Certificates of Dissolution/Certificats de dissolution 2957 

Decisions on Applications for Audit Exemption/Décisions quant aux demandes de dispense en 

matière de vérification 2958 

Surrender of Charter and Termination of Existence (Corporations Act)/ Abandon de charte et 

dissolution (Loi sur les compagnies et associations) 2958 

Notice of Default in Complying with the Corporations Tax Act/ A vis de défaut d'observer la 

Loi sur l'imposition des personnes morales 2958 

Cancellation of Certificates of Incorporation (Corporations Tax Act Defaulters)/ Annulation de 

certificats de constitution (défaut d'observer la Loi sur l'imposition des persormes 

morales) 2959 

Errata 2964 

Change of Name Act/Loi sur le changement de nom 2967 

Insurance Act/Loi sur les assurances 2971 

Applications to Provincial Parliament — Private Bills/Demandes au Parlement provincial — 

Projets de loi d'intérêt privé 2972 

Petitions to Provincial Parliament/Petitions au Parlement provincial 2972 

Applications to Provincial Parliament/Demandes au Parlement provincial 2973 

CORPORATION NOTICES/AVIS RELATIFS AUX COMPAGNIES 2976 

NOTICE TO CREDITORS/AVIS AUX CRÉANCIERS 2980 

DISSOLUTIONS OF PARTNERSHIP/DISSOLUTION DE SOCIÉTÉS 2980 

MISCELLANEOUS NOTICES/AVIS DIVERS 2981 

SHERIFFS' SALES OF LANDS/VENTES DE TERRAINS PAR LE SHÉRIF 2982 

SALES OF LANDS FOR TAX ARREARS BY PUBLIC TENDER/VENTES DE TERRAINS 

PAR APPEL D'OFFRES POUR ARRIÉRÉ D'IMPÔT 2983 

PUBLICATIONS UNDER THE REGULATIONS ACT/ 
PUBLICATIONS EN VERTU DE LA LOI SUR LES RÈGLEMENTS 

Development Charges Act, 1989 O. Reg. 242/90 3021 

Environmental Assessment Act O. Reg. 243/90 3022 

Environmental Assessment Act O. Reg. 244/90 3023 

Environmental Protection Act O. Reg. 231/90 2985 

Environmental Protection Act O. Reg. 232/90 2986 

Land Registration Reform Act, 1984 O. Reg. 229/90 2985 

Land Registration Reform Act, 1984 O. Reg. 230/90 2985 

Ministry of Colleges and Universities Act O. Reg. 234/90 3011 

Ministry of Colleges and Universities Act O. Reg. 235/90 3012 

Ministry of Colleges and Universities Act O. Reg. 236/90 3013 

Ministry of Colleges and Universities Act O. Reg. 237/90 3014 

Ontario Drug Benefit Act, 1986 O. Reg. 239/90 3020 

Ontario Drug Benefit Act, 1986 O. Reg. 240/90 3021 

Planning Act, 1983 O. Reg. 247/90 3023 

Power Corporation Act O. Reg. 246/90 3023 

Prescription Drug Cost Regulation Act, 1986 O. Reg. 241/90 3021 

Provincial Offences Act O. Reg. 233/90 3011 

Public Hospitals Act O. Reg. 245/90 3023 

St. Lawrence Parks Commission Act O. Reg. 238/90 3017 



3026 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 




Ontario 



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received no later than Thursday .4 p.m., 9 days before publication of the issue in which 
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Subscription rate is $104.00 for 52 weekly issues and the single copy price $2.25; pay- 
able in advance. All rates are subject to increases without notice. 

Cheques or money orders should be made payable to THE TREASURER OF 
ONTARIO and all correspondence, including address changes, should be mailed to: 

The Ontario Gazette 

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Telephone 326-5310 

Toll-Free 1-800-668-9938 



Information 

La Gazette de L'Ontario paraît chaque samedi, et les annonces à y insérer doi- 
vent parvenir à ses bureaux le jeudi à 16 h au plus tard, soit au moins neuf jours avant 
la parution du numéro dans lequel elles figureront. 

Les annonces, ainsi que le nom des signataires autorisés, doivent être dactylographiées 
ou écrites lisiblement. Les tarifs sont de 14,40 $ par 25 mm, pour une colonne, et de 
29,20 $ par 25 mm, pour deux colonnes. 

Le tarif d'abonnement est de 104,00 $ pour 52 numéros hebdomadaires, et le tarif au 
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O. Reg. 248/90 



THE O^^^ARIO gazette O. Reg. 249/90 3101 



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



1990—06—412 



fflGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 



O. Reg. 248/90. 
Gross Weight on Bridges. 
Made— May 7th, 1990. 
Filed— May 15th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 471 OF REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

1. Item 3 of Schedule la to Regulation 471 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as made by 
section 2 of Ontario Regulation 70/90, is revoked and the following substituted: 



3. Bridge No. 48W-37, known as the Strawberry Creek Bridge, Lot 10, Conces- 
sions II and III, in the Township of Ware, Ware Local Roads Board in the 
Territorial District of Thunder Bay, over Strawberry Creek 



7 tonnes 



Dated at Toronto, this 7th day of May, 1990. 



William Wrye 
Minister of Transportation 



22/90 



ASSESSMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 249/90. 

Application for Direction of School Support. 
Made— May 9th, 1990. 
Filed— May 16th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 627/88 

MADE UNDER THE 

ASSESSMENT ACT 



1. Ontario Regulation 627/88 is amended by 
adding the following sections: 



3b. A notice by a corporation for direction of 
school support shall be in Form 3 or 4, as the case 
requires. O. Reg. 249/90, s. l,/7û/t. 

3c. A notice by a partnership for direction of 
school support shall be in Form 5 or 6, as the case 
requires. O. Reg. 249/90, s. I, part. 



2, The Regulation is further amended by adding the following Forms: 



Form 3 

NOTICE BY CORPORATION 
FOR DIRECTION OF SCHOOL SUPPORT 

EDUCATION ACT R.S.O. 1980, CHAPTER 129, SECTION 126, AS AMENDED 

767 



3102 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 249/90 

To the Regional Assessment Commissioner: 

Take Notice that 

(name of corporation) 

pursuant to a resolution of the directors requires that until this notice is withdrawn, varied, or cancelled, 

per cent of the assessment for land and business or other assessments of the corporation within . 



(municipality) 



be entered, rated and assessed for separate school purposes. The remainder of the assessment, if any, will be 
entered and assessed for public school purposes, pursuant to subsection 126 (3) of the Education Act, as 
amended. 

The portion of the assessment to be entered, rated and assessed for separate school purposes does not bear a 
greater proportion to the whole of the assessment than the number of shares held by separate school support- 
ers in the corporation bears to the total number of shares of the corporation issued and outstanding. 

Any previous notice given under this section or any predecessor thereof is hereby cancelled. 

Given on behalf of the corporation this day of 19 



(Title) 
O. Reg. 249/90, s. 2, part. 



Signed 

Name (Printed) 

Authorized Signing Officer 

Form 4 

NOTICE BY CORPORATION 
FOR DIRECTION OF SCHOOL SUPPORT 

OTTAWA-CARLETON FRENCH-LANGUAGE SCHOOL BOARD ACT, 1988, CHAPTER 47, 

SECTION 18, AS AMENDED 

To the Assessment Commissioner, Assessment Region No. 3: 

Take Notice that 

(name of corporation) 

pursuant to a resolution of the directors requires that until this notice is withdrawn, varied, or cancelled, the 

assessment for land and business or other assessments of the corporation within 

(municipality) 

be entered, rated and assessed as follows: 

per cent for the purposes of the Roman Catholic sector of The Ottawa-Carleton French-language School 

Board; 

per cent for the purposes of The Ottawa Roman Catholic Separate School Board or The Carleton Roman 

Catholic Separate School Board, as the case requires; 

per cent for the purposes of the public sector of The Ottawa-Carleton French-language School Board. The 

remainder of the assessment, if any, will be entered and assessed for the purposes of The Ottawa Board of 
Education or The Carleton Board of Education, as the case requires, pursuant to subsection 18 (6) of the 
Ottawa-Carleton French- Language School Board Act, 1988, as amended. 

The portion of the assessment to be entered, rated and assessed for the purposes of The Ottawa Roman 
Catholic Separate School Board or The Carleton Roman Catholic Separate School Board, as the case requires, 

768 



O. Reg. 249/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3103 

does not bear a greater proportion to the whole of the assessment than the number of shares in the corporation 
held by separate school supporters, who are not supporters of the Roman Catholic sector, bears to the total 
number of shares of the corporation issued and outstanding. 

The portion of the assessment to be entered, rated and assessed for the purposes of a sector of The Ottawa- 
Carleton French-language School Board does not bear a greater proportion to the whole of the assessment 
than the number of shares in the corporation held by supporters of that sector bears to the total number of 
shares of the corporation issued and outstanding. 

Any previous notice given under this section or any predecessor thereof is hereby cancelled. 

Given on behalf of the corporation this day of 19 

Signed 

Name (Printed) 

Authorized Signing Officer 

(Title) 

O. Reg. 249/90, s. 2, pan. 



Form 5 

NOTICE BY PARTNERSHIP 
FOR DIRECTION OF SCHOOL SUPPORT 

EDUCATION ACT R.S.O. 1980, CHAPTER 129, SECTION 126, AS AMENDED 

To the Regional Assessment Commissioner: 

■ Take Notice that (1) I am a partner in 

1 (name of partnership) 
and (2) the partnership directs that, until this notice is withdrawn, varied or cancelled, per cent of the 

assessment for land and business or other assessments of the partnership located at 

(address) 

within 

(municipality) 

be entered, rated and assessed for separate school purposes. The remainder of the assessment, if any, will be 
entered and assessed for public school purposes, pursuant to subsection 126 (3) of the Education Act, as 
amended. 

The portion of the assessment to be entered, rated and assessed for separate school purposes does not bear a 
greater proportion to the whole of the assessment than the percentage interest in the partnership held by sepa- 
rate school supporters bears to the whole interest in the partnership. 

Any previous notice given under this section or any predecessor thereof is hereby cancelled. 

Given on behalf of the partnership this day of 19 

Signed 

(Partner) 

Name (Printed) 

O. Reg. 249/90, s. 2, part. 
769 



3104 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 249/90 

Form 6 

NOTICE BY PARTNERSHIP 
FOR DIRECTION OF SCHOOL SUPPORT 

OTTAWA-CARLETON FRENCH-LANGUAGE SCHOOL BOARD ACT, 1988, CHAPTER 47, 

SECTION 18, AS AMENDED 

To the Assessment Commissioner, Assessment Region No. 3: 

Take Notice that (1) I am a partner in 



(name of partnership) 

and (2) the partnership directs that, until this notice is withdrawn, varied or cancelled, the assessment for land 

and business or other assessments of the partnership located at , 

(address) 

within ■. be entered, rated and assessed as follows: 

(municipality) 

per cent for the purposes of the Roman Catholic sector of The Ottawa-Carleton French-language School 

Board; 

per cent for the purposes of The Ottawa Roman Catholic Separate School Board or The Carleton Roman 

Catholic Separate School Board, as the case requires; 

per cent for the purposes of the public sector of The Ottawa-Carleton French-language School Board. The 

remainder of the assessment, if any, will be entered and assessed for the purfwses of The Ottawa Board of 
Education or The Carleton Board of Education, as the case requires, pursuant to subsection 18 (6) of the 
Ottawa-Carleton French- Language School Board Act, 1988, as amended. 

The portion of the assessment to be entered, rated and assessed for the purposes of The Ottawa Roman 
Catholic Separate School Board or The Carleton Roman Catholic Separate School Board, as the case requires, 
does not bear a greater proportion to the whole of the assessment than the percentage interest in the partner- 
ship held by separate school supporters, who are not supporters of the Roman Catholic sector, bears to the 
whole interest in the partnership. 

The portion of the assessment to be entered, rated and assessed for the purposes of a sector of The Ottawa- 
Carleton French-language School Board does not bear a greater proportion to the whole of the assessment 
than the percentage interest in the partnership held by supporters of that sector bears to the whole interest in 
the partnership. 

Any previous notice given under this section or any predecessor thereof is hereby cancelled. 

Given on behalf of the partnership this day of 19 



Signed 
Name (Printed) 



(Partner) 



O. Reg. 249/90, s. 2, part. 

Remo Mancini 
Minister of Revenue 



Dated at Toronto, this 9th day of May, 1990. 



22/90 

770 



O. Reg. 250/90 



THE ONTTARIO GAZETTE 



3105 



PESTICroES ACT 

O. Reg. 250/90. 

General. 

Made— February 28th, 1990. 

FUed— May 17th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGLXATION 751 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

PESTICIDES ACT 

1. Regulation 751 of Re>1sed Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 is amended by adding the 
following sections: 

LAND EXTERMINATION 
NOTinCATION REQU1RE.MENTS— GENERAL 

59«. In sections 59b to 59q, 

"application area" means land on which it is intended 
to perform a land extermination; 

"public thoroughfare" includes a highway and any 
land over which the public has a general right of 
access but does not include a rest area, picnic area 
or other area on a highway where the public is 
invited to stop. O. Reg. 250/90, s. l,/7a/t. 

59b. — (1) No person shall perform a land extermi- 
nation by means of a Schedule 1 , 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 pesti- 
cide without giving public notice in accordance with 
sections 59c, 59d, 59e and 59i to 59n. 

(2) No holder of an exterminator's licence shall 
perform a land extermination by means of a Schedule 
1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 pesticide without advising the owner, 
occupier or person having the charge, management 
or control of the application area who caused the 
extermination to be performed in writing of the 
requirements of section 59 j. 

(3) Subsections (1) and (2) do not apply in respect 
of land exterminations on, 

(a) land in respwct of which substantial mea- 
sures, such as fencing, have been taken to 
exclude the public; 

(b) land used for agricultural or forestry pro- 
duction; 

(c) all of that part of the King's Highway 
known as the Queen Elizabeth Way and 
that part of the King's Highway known by a 
number in the 400 series other than rest 
areas, picnic areas and other areas on the 
King's Highway where the public is invited 
to stop; or 



(d) a lot or parcel of land on which there are no 
commercial or industrial buildings, and on 
which there is at least one and there are no 
more than four dwelling units. 

(4) Subsection (2) does not apply where the per- 
son performing the land extermination is, 

(a) an owner of the application area; 

(b) an occupier of the application area; 

(c) a person having the charge, management or 
control of the application area; or 

(d) a full-time employee of a p>erson described 
in clauses (a) to (c). O. Reg. 250/90, s. 1, 
part. 

59c. — (1) Signs giving public notice of a land 
extermination shall be posted conspicuously at all 
ordinary points of access, if any, to the application 
area. 

(2) Where there are no ordinary points of access 
to the application area, and there is a larger area of 
land that includes the application area and that is 
under the same ownership, management, charge or 
control as the application area, signs shall be posted 
conspicuously at all ordinary points of access, if any, 
to that larger area. O. Reg. 250/90, s. I, part. 

59d. — (1) Signs giving public notice of a land 
extermination shall be posted conspicuously at least 
every 100 metres along the perimeter of the applica- 
tion area. 

(2) Subsection (1) does not apply in resf)ect of 
any part of the perimeter along which there is a barri- 
er that can reasonably be expected to prevent people 
from entering the application area. 

(3) At least one sign giving public notice of a land 
extermination shall be posted conspicuously along 
the perimeter of the application area. 

(4) For the purposes of this section, a sign is post- 
ed along the perimeter if it is posted within ten 
metres of the perimeter. O. Reg. 250/90, s. 1 , part. 

59e. — (1) For the purposes of subsection (2), an 
application area is in a rural area if, 

(a) the application area is not within the geo- 
graphic limits of a city, town, village or bor- 
ough; or 

(b) there are fewer than twenty dwelling units 
within one kilometre of any given location 
in the application area. 

(2) Public notice of a land extermination may be 
given by one or more of the means described in sub- 
section (3) as approved by the Director if the person 



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intending to perform the land extermination satisfies 
the Director that, 

(a) the application area is in a rural area and is 
on a public thoroughfare; 

(b) the application area is in a rural area and is 
on land against which a public utility or oth- 
er public work has a right of way if the land 
extermination is to be performed over the 
right of way to benefit that work or access to 
it; 

(c) the application area is in a rural area and 
the means proposed for giving public notice 
would adequately protect the public inter- 
est; or 

(d) public access to the application area is suffi- 
ciently limited to justify doing so. 

(3) Public notice of a land extermination under 
subsection (2) may be given by one or more of the 
following means: 

1. Publication in a newspaper of general circu- 
lation in the vicinity of the proposed land 
extermination at least one week prior to the 
proposed extermination. 

2. The posting of signs in a manner proposed 
by the person intending to perform the land 
extermination. 

3. The distribution of written notices in a man- 
ner proposed by the person intending to 
perform the land extermination. 

4. Such other means as the person intending to 
perform the land extermination proposes. 

(4) The Director may abridge the time period for 
advance notice set out in paragraph 1 of subsection 
(3) if he or she is satisfied that a land extermination is 
urgently required and that to do so would not be 
inconsistent with the public interest. 

(5) Where notice is given in accordance with sub- 
section (2), sections 59c and 59d do not apply. 

0. Reg. 250/90, s . l,part. 

LAND EXTERMINATION 
NOTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS— RESIDENTIAL AREAS 

59f. — (1) No holder of a land exterminator's 
licence shall perform a land extermination, other 
than a land extermination for the purposes of agricul- 
tural or forestry production, by means of a Schedule 

1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 pesticide on an application area any 
part of which is within 100 metres of a dwellng unit, 
other than a dwelling unit within the application 
area, without, 

(a) giving public notice in accordance with sec- 
tions 59g and 59i to 59n; and 



(b) advising the owner, occupier or person hav- 
ing the charge, management or control of 
the application area who caused the exter- 
mination to be performed in writing of the 
requirements of section 59j. 

(2) Subsection (1) does not apply in respect of a 
land extermination to which subsection 59b (1) 
applies. 

(3) Clause (1) (b) does not apply where the per- 
son performing the land extermination is, 

(a) an owner of the application area ; 

(b) an occupier of the application area; 

(c) a person having the charge, management or 
control of the application area; or 

(d) a full-time employee of a person described 
in clauses (a) to (c). O. Reg. 250/90, s. 1, 
part. 

59g. — (1) Signs giving public notice of a land 
extermination shall be posted conspicuously at least 
every 100 metres along those parts of the perimeter 
of the application area that are, at all pwints, 

(a) within 100 metres of a dwelling unit, other 
than a dwelling unit within the application 
area; and 

(b) adjacent to a highway or other area to 
which the public is ordinarily admitted. 

(2) At least one sign giving public notice of a land 
extermination shall be posted conspicuously along 
the perimeter of the application area. 

(3) For the purposes of this section, a sign is post- 
ed along the fjerimeter if it is posted within ten 
metres of the perimeter. O. Reg. 250/90, s. I, part. 

CONTENTS OF NOTICE OF LAND EXTERMINATION 

59h. In section 59i to 59n, 

"public area sign" means a sign required to be posted 
by sections 59c, 59d and 59e; 

"residential area sign" means a sign required to be 
posted by section 59g; 

"sign" means a public area sign or residential area 
sign. 

59i. — (1) Public area signs shall be posted at least 
twenty-four hours before the land extermination 
begins. 



(2) Residential area signs shall be posted immedi- 
ately after the land extermination is completed. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3107 



(3) The Director may abridge the time period for 
advance notice set out in subsection (1) if he or she is 
satisfied that a land extermination is ugently required 
and that to do so would not be inconsistent with the 
public interest. O. Reg. 250/90, s. I, part. 

59j. — (1) No person shall remove a sign before 
forty-eight hours have elapsed following the comple- 
tion of a land extermination. 

(2) Each person who performs a land extermina- 
tion shall remove each sign on the third day after the 
day on which the extermination was completed. 
O. Reg. 250/90, s. I, part. 

59k. Signs shall not be posted on trees, fences or 
buildings or on signboards together with other signs. 
O. Reg. 250/90, s. l,part. 

59-1. — (1) Public area signs shall be rectangular 
and at least fifty-one centimetres high and thirty- 
eight centimetres wide. 

(2) Residential area signs shall be rectangular and 
at least twenty-eight centimetres high and twenty-two 
centimetres wide. O. Reg. 250/90, s. \,part. 

59m. Signs shall be made of rain resistant material 
and shall be sturdy enough that they can be re-used. 
O. Reg. 250/90, s. \,part. 

59n. — (1) The front of each sign shall bear, 

(a) the words "KEEP OFF' at the top in capi- 
tal letters; 

(b) below those words a pictogram showing a 
single, black silhouette of an adult person 
on a white background within a red circle 
crossed by an oblique red bar; 

(c) below the pictogram the words "PESTI- 
CIDE USE" in capital letters and below 
those words the words "FOR INFORMA- 
TION CONTACT" in capital letters; and 

(d) the telephone number of a person to contact 
for more information. 

(2) The back of each sign shall bear, 

(a) the date the sign is posted at the top; 

(b) below the date the word "PESTICIDE" in 
capital letters followed by the name of the 
pesticide used or intended for use on the 
application area; 

(c) below those words the words "REGISTRA- 
TION NUMBER" in capital letters fol- 
lowed by the number assigned to the pesti- 
cide under the Pest Control Products Act 
(Canada); 



(d) under those words the words "TO CON- 



TROL" in capital letters followed by the 
name of the pest to be controlled; and 

(e) at the bottom the words "FOR INFORMA- 
TION CONTACT" in capital letters fol- 
lowed by the telephone number of a person 
to contact for more information. 

(3) The words "KEEP OFF' and "PESTICIDE 
USE" on the front of each sign shall be printed in red 
letters and shall be at least five centimetres high on 
public area signs and at least 2.5 centimetres high on 
residential area signs. 

(4) All other letters and numbers on both sides of 
each sign shall be printed in black letters and shall be 
at least 1.5 centimetres high on the public area signs 
and at least one centimetre high on the residential 
area signs. 

(5) The outer edge of the red circle on the picto- 
gram shall be at least 21.5 centimetres in diameter on 
each public area sign and at least 12.5 centimetres in 
diameter on each residential area sign and the width 
of the circle shall be approximately one-tenth the size 
of that diameter. 

(6) The telephone number used on a sign shall be 
a number for which there is no long distance rate 
from telephones located near the application area. 
O. Reg. 250/90, s. \,part. 

59o. A person intending to perform a land exter- 
mination may post a sign other than a sign that meets 
the requirements of sections 59k, 59-1 and 59n if the 
person satisfies the Director that in the circumstances 
the public interest would be better protected by the 
sign the person proposes to post. O. Reg. 250/90, 
s. I, part. 

59p. — (1) Any written notice authorized under 
section 59e, other than the posting of a sign, shall set 
out, 

(a) the date the land extermination is to take 
place; 

(b) a description of the application area; 

(c) the pesticide used or intended for use on the 
application area; 

(d) the registration number assigned to the pes- 
ticide under the Pest Control Products Act 
(Canada); 

(e) the name of the pest to be controlled; and 

(f) the telephone number of a person to contact 
for more information. 

(2) The telephone number used in the notice shall 
be a number for which there is no long distance rate 
for the person to whom the notice is sent. O. Reg. 
250/90, s. l,part. 



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O. Reg. 252/90 



59q. If a person uses pesticides application equip- 
ment under the supervision of a holder of an extermi- 
nator's licence, the holder of the licence, 

(a) shall ensure that the notices required by 
subsections 59b (1) and (2) and 59f (1) are 
given; and 

(b) shall not permit the person to use the equip- 
ment unless those notices have been given. 
O. Reg. 250/90, s. l,part. 



22/90 



PESTICroES ACT 

O. Reg. 251/90. 

General. 

Made— May 7th, 1990. 

Filed— May 17th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 751 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

PESTICIDES ACT 

1. Subsection 59j (2) of Regulation 751 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as 
made by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
250/90, is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

(2) Each person who performs a land extermina- 
tion shall ensure that each sign is removed on the 
third day after the day on which the extermination 
was completed. O. Reg. 251/90, s. 1. 



22/90 



HUMAN RIGHTS CODE, 1981 

O. Reg. 252/90. 

Search and Entry Warrants. 
Made— May 17th, 1990. 
Filed— May 18th, 1990. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
HUMAN RIGHTS CODE, 1981 

SEARCH AND ENTRY WARRANTS 

1. A search warrant under subsection 32 (7) of the Act shall be in Form 1 . O. Reg. 252/90, s. 1 . 

2. A warrant to enter under subsection 32 (8) of the Act shall be in Form 2. O. Reg. 252/90, s. 2. 



774 



O. Reg. 252/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3109 



Ontario 
Human RghS 
Commission 

Commission 
ontarienne des droits 
de la personne 



Form 1 

Warrant to Search 

under Subsection 32(7) of the Human Rights Code, 1981 

Mandat de perquisition 

aux termes du paragraphe 32(7) du Code des droits de la 
personne (1981) 



WHEREAS, on the evidence upon oath o( 

ATTENDU QUE. suivant le témoignage sous semient de 



I am satisfied that there are in 

je suis assuréie) quH y a à/au (name and address of place) 
(mm M adresse de rendrait) 

documents, namely 

des documents, précisément (desait>e documenis lo t>e searched for) 
Idécnre les documenis à perquisUomer) 

and thaï there is reasonable ground to believe the documents will afford evidence relevant to a complaint by 

et qu'il y a des motifs raisonnables de croire que ces documenis constitueront une preuve pertinente à la plainte déposée par 



(fomefs) of eomplainant(s)) 
(nom du ou des plaignants} 



against 
contre 



dated 
le 



(party agamsi wtioni complaint is made) 
(partie ttisani robjei de la plainte) 



that 

selon laquelle 



(descrilw naïuie of complaint) 
(décrire la nature de la plainte) 



This is therefore to authorize you to enter the place descnbed above between ttie hours of 
Pour ces raisons, la présente vous autorise à pénétrer dans l'endroit décrit à-dessus entre 



and 
heures et 



and to search tfiere for the documents described above and to remove them for #>e purpose of making copies of tfiem or extracts from them. 
ef à perquisitionner les documents décrits ci-dessus et à les enlever pour en tirer des copies ou des extraits. 



This warrant expires on 
Le présent mandat expire le 



Issued at 
Décerné à 



Justice of the Peace 

Juge de paix 



O. Reg. 252/90, Form 1. 



775 



3110 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 252/90 



Ontario 
Human Rights 
Commission 

Commission 
ontarienne des droits 
de la personne 



Form! 

Warrant to Enter 

under Subsection 32(8) of the Human Rights Code, 1981 

Mandat d'entrée 

aux termes du paragraphe 32(8) du Code des droits de la 
personne (1981) 



WHEREAS, on the evidence upon oath of 

ATTENDU QUE, suivant le témoignage sous semient de 



I am satisfied that there is reasonable ground to believe it is necessary that 

je suis assuré(e) qu'il y a des motifs raisonnables de croire qu'il est nécessaire de pénétrer dans 



(check appropriate tX)X} 
(Cocher la case appropriée) 



(name and address of place) 
(nom et adresse de l'endroit) 

I I which is being used as a dwelling, or I I to which entry has been denied, 

qui sert de logement, ou duquel l'accès a été refusé 



be entered to investigate a complaint dated 
pour faire enquête sur la plainte du 



by 
déposée par 



(name(s) of complainant(s)) 
(r)om du ou des plaignants) 



agajnst 
contra 



that 

selon laquelle 



(party against whom complaint is made) 
(partie faisant l'objet de la plainte) 



(descnt)e nature of complain!) 
(décrire la nature de la plainte) 



This is therefore to authorize you to enter the place described above between the hours of 
Pour ces raisons, la présente vous autorise à pénétrer dans l'endroit décrit ci-dessus entre 



and 
heures et 



and to investigate the complaint. 
et à faire enquête sur la plainte. 



This warrant expires on 
Le présent mandat expire le 



Issued at 
Décerné à 



103-075 (10/88) 



Justice of the F 
Juge de paix 



O. Reg. 252/90, Form 2. 



22/90 



776 



O. Reg. 253/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 254/90 3111 

MENTAL HOSPITALS ACT 

O. Reg. 253/90. 

General. 

Made— May 17th, 1990. 

Filed— May 18th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 611 OF REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

MENTAL HOSPITALS ACT 

1. Item 15 of Table 1 of Regulation 611 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as made by 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 37/90, is revoked and the foUowii^ substituted: 



15. On or after the 1st day of January, 1990, but before the 1st day of April, 

1990. $777.43 25.56 



I 16. Onorafterthelstdayof April, 1990. $785.20 25.82 

22/90 



HOMES FOR SPECIAL CARE ACT 

O. Reg. 254/90. 

General. 

Made— May 17th, 1990. 

Filed— May 18th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 501 OF REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HOMES FOR SPECIAL CARE ACT 

1. Item 6 of Table 3 of Regulation 501 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as made by sec- 
tion 1 of Ontario Regulation 38/90, is revoked and the following substituted: 



777 



3112 



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O. Reg. 254/90 



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778 



O.Reg. 255/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 256/90 3113 

HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

O. Reg. 255/90. 

General. 

Made— May 17th, 1990. 

FUed— May 18th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 452 OF REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

1.— (1) Item 19 of Tabk IB of Regulation 452 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as remade 
by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 209/90, is revoked and the following substituted: 

19. On or after the 1st day of 
February, 1990, but before 

thelstdayof April, 1990.. 715.20 23.51 1,105.81 36.36 1,821.01 59.87 

(2) Item 20 of Table IB of the Regulation, as made by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 209/90, is 
revoked and the following substituted: 

20. On or after the 1st day of 
April, 1990, but before the 



May, 1990 
22>W 



May, 1990 


715.20 


23.51 


1,124.02 


36.% 


1,839.22 


60.47 


;r the 1st day of 


721.90 


23.73 


1,117.32 


36.74 


1,839.22 


60.47 



CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS ACT 

O. Reg. 256/90. 

General. 

Made— May 17th, 1990. 

Filed— May 18th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 95 OF REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS ACT 

1. — (1) Item 58 of Table 1 of Regulation 95 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as remade by 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 212/90, is revoked and the following substituted: 

58. From and including the 1st day 
of April, 1990 up to and includ- 
ing the 30th day of April, 1990.. 23.51 66.24 40.25 100.00 41.49 

(2) Item 59 of Table 1 of the Regulation, as made by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 212/90, is 
revoked and the following substituted: 

59. From and including the 1st day 

of May, 1990 23.73 66.24 40.47 100.00 41.49 

22/90 

779 



3114 O. Reg. 257/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 258/90 

GENERAL WELFARE ASSISTANCE ACT 

O. Reg. 257/90. 

General. 

Made— May 17th, 1990. 

Filed— May 18th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 441 OF REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

GENERAL WELFARE ASSISTANCE ACT 

1. — (1) Item 37 of Schedule E to Regulation 441 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as 
remade by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 214/90, is revoked and the following substituted: 

37. From and including the 1st day of February, 
1990 up to and including the 31st day of March, 

1990 $23.51 66.47 100.00 57.75 

(2) Item 38 of Schedule E to the Regulation, as made by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 214/90, 
is revoked and the following substituted: 

38. From and including the 1st day of April, 1990 
uptoandincludingthe30thdayof April, 1990 $23.51 67.13 100.00 58.33 

39. From and including the 1st day of May, 1990 $23.73 67.13 100.00 58.33 
22/90 



HOMES FOR THE AGED AND REST HOMES ACT 

O. Reg. 258/90. 

General. 

Made— May 17th, 1990. 

Filed— May 18th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 
V REGULATION 502 OF REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 
HOMES FOR THE AGED AND REST HOMES ACT 

1.— (1) Item 56 of Table 1 of Regulation 502 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as remade 
by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 215/90, is revoked and the following substituted: 

56. From and including the 1st day of February, 
1990 up to and including the 31st day of March, 

1990 23.51 56.15 40.25 100.00 

780 



O. Reg. 258/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 259/90 3115 



(2) Item 57 of Table 1 of the Regulation, as made by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 215/90, is 
revoked and the following substituted: 

57. From and including the 1st day of April, 1990 
uptoandincludingthe30thdayof April, 1990. 23.51 56.71 40.25 100.00 

58. FromandincludingthelstdayofMay, 1990... 23.73 56.71 40.47 100.00 



22/90 



1. 



HEALTH DISCIPLINES ACT 

O. Reg. 259/90. 

Nursing. 

Made— April 18th, 1990. 
Approvedi^May 17th. 1990. 
Filed— May 18th, 1990. 



REGLXATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 449 OF 

REVISED REGLXATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HEALTH DISCIPLINES ACT 

Clause 11 (d) of Regulation 449 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is 
revoked and the following substituted: 



(d) successful completion of the examination 
set by the Canadian Nurses' Association 
Testing Service for registration as a nurse or 
its equivalent; and 

2. Clause 12 (d) of the Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted: 

(d) successful completion of the examination 
set by the Canadian Nurses' Association 
Testing Service for registration as a nursing 
assistant or its equivalent; and 

3. Section 25 of the Regulation, as amended 
by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 144/85 
and section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
556/86, is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted: 



25. The fee for writing an examination set by the 
Canadian Nurses' Association Testing Service for 
registration as a nurse is, for an examination written, 

(a) before the 1st day of July, 1990, $128; 

(b) on or after the 1st day of July, 1990 but 
before the 1st day of July, 1991, $148; and 

(c) on or after the 1st day of July, 1991, $153. 
O. Reg. 259/90, s. 3. 

4. Section 26 of the Regulation, as remade 
by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 144/85 
and amended by section 2 of Ontario 
Regulation 556/86, is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted: 

26. The fee for writing an examination set by the 
Canadian Nurses' Association Testing Service for 
registration as a nursing assistant is, for an examina- 
tion written, 

(a) before the 1st day of June, 1990, $98; 

(b) on or after the 1st day of June, 1990 but 
before the 1st day of June, 1991 , $128; and 

(c) on or after the 1st day of June, 1991, $r33. 
O. Reg. 259/90, s. 4. 

counol of the college of 
Nurses of Ontario: 

Ann Ford 
President 

Margaret Risk 
Executive Director 

Dated at Toronto, this 18th day of April, 1990. 

22m 



781 



3116 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 260/90 



PROVINCIAL OFFENCES ACT 

O. Reg. 260/90. 

Proceedings Commenced by Certificate of 

Offence. 
Made— May 17th, 1990. 
Filed— May 18th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 817 OF REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

PROVINCIAL OFFENCES ACT 

1. Schedule 32 to Regulation 817 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as remade by section 
1 of Ontario Regulation 517/81, is revoked and the following substituted: 

Schedule 32 

Public Transportation and Highway Improvement Act 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


1. 


Use closed highway 


clause 28(5)(a) 


2. 


Deface warning 


clause 28(5)(b) 


3. 


Remove warning 


clause 28(5)(c) 


4. 


Interfere with tree 


subsection 30(2) 


5. 


Interfere with highway 


clause 31(l)(a) 


6. 


Construct illegal access 


clause 31(l)(b) 


7. 


Permit animal on highway 


subsection 32(2) 


8. 


Place structure near highway 


clause 34(2)(a) 


9. 


Erect structure near highway 


clause 34(2)(a) 


10. 


Alter structure near highway 


clause 34(2)(a) 


11. 


Place tree near highway 


clause 34(2)(b) 


12. 


Display improper sign near highway 


clause 34(2)(c) 


13. 


Improper use of land near highway 


clause 34(2)(d) 


14. 


Conduct trade upon highway 


clause 34(2)(e) 


15. 


Improper access to highway 


clause 34(2)(f) 


16. 


Fail to comply with direction 


subsection 34(2a) 


17. 


Authorize prohibited act 


subsection 34(3) 


18. 


Fail to comply with direction 


subsection 34(8) 


19. 


Place structure near controUed-access highway 


clause 38(2)(a) 


20. 


Erect structure near controlled-access highway 


clause 38(2)(a) 


21. 


Alter structure near controlled-access highway 


clause 38(2)(a) 


22. 


Place tree near controlled-access highway 


clause 38(2)(b) 


23. 


Conduct trade near controlled-access highway 


clause 38(2)(c) 


24. 


Place power line near controlled-access highway 


clause 38(2)(d) 


25. 


Display sign near controlled-access highway 


clause 38(2)(e) 

1 



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O. Reg. 260/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 262/90 3117 



Item 


Column l 


1 

Column 2 


26. 


Improper use of land near controlled-access highway 


clause 38(2)(f) 


27. 


Improper access to controlled-access highway 


clause 38(2)(g) 


28. 


Authorize prohibited act 


subsection 38(3) 


29. 


Disobey notice 


subsection 98(5) 


30. 


Use closed road 


subsection 103(5) 


31. 


Remove barricade 


subsection 103(5) 


32. 


Deface barricade 


subsection 103(5) 


33. 


Remove a light 


subsection 103(5) 


34. 


Remove a detour sign 


subsection 103(5) 


35. 


Deface a detour sign 


subsection 103(5) 


36. 


Remove a notice 


subsection 103(5) 


37. 


Deface a notice 


subsection 103(5) 



O. Reg. 260/90, s. 1. 



22/90 



PETROLEUM RESOURCES ACT 

O. Reg. 261/90. 

Spacing Units— Stephen 2-23-XVI Pool. 
Made— May 17th, 1990. 
Filed— May 18th, 1990. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
PETROLEUM RESOURCES ACT 

SPACING UNITS— STEPHEN 2-23-XVI POOL 

1. In this Regulation, 

"Plan" means the plan filed in the Regional Office of 
the Ministry of Natural Resources at London as 
Plan No. S.W.R. 89-6 and identified by the stamp 
of the Registrar of Regulations dated the 5th day 
of April, 1990; 

"target area" means that part of a spacing unit that is 
no closer than 106.68 metres to any boundary of 
the spacing unit. O. Reg. 261/90, s. 1 . 

2. This Regulation applies only to wells drilled 
into a geological formation of Silurian age. O. Reg. 
261/90, s. 2. 

3. The areas shown outlined in green on the Plan 
being parts of lots 22 and 23 in Concession XVI, in 
the Township of Stephen in the County of Huron, of 
approximately 20.24 hectares each, are designated as 
spacing units for the purpose of this Regulation. 
O. Reg. 261/90, s. 3. 



4. No person shall. 



(a) produce oil or gas from more than one well 
in a spacing unit; 

(b) bore or drill a well in a spacing unit outside 
the target area unless topographical, geo- 
logical or other conditions make boring or 
drilling a well within the target area unfeasi- 
ble; or 

(c) produce oil or gas from a well in a spacing 
unit unless all the interests in the oil and gas 
in the spacing unit have been joined. 
O. Reg. 261/90, s. 4. 



22/90 



PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 262/90. 

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

Made— May 11th, 1990. 

Filed— May 18th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 672/81 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

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



783 



3118 O. Reg. 262/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 264/90 



129. — (1) Notwithstanding subsection 47 (1), a 
retail store and accessory structures may be erected 
and used on the land described in subsection (2) if the 
maximum ground floor area of the retail store does 
not exceed 148 square metres. 

(2) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land in 
the Township of Campbell in the Territorial District 
of Manitoulin, being on the southeast corner of Lot 
1, Concession X, described as follows: 

Commencing at the southeast corner of Lot 1 ; 

Thence westerly along the southerly limit of the 
Lot, 198 feet; 

Thence north and parallel to the easterly limit of 
the Lot, 165 feet; 

Thence easterly and parallel to the southerly lim- 
it of the Lot, 198 feet; 

Thence south along the easterly boundary of the 
Lot, 165 feet to the point of commencement. 
O. Reg. 262/90, s. 1. 

Peter W. Boles 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 11th day of May, 1990. 

22/90 



GAME AND FISH ACT 

O. Reg. 263/90. 

Reptiles. 

Made— May 17th, 1990. 

Filed— May 18th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 397/84 

MADE UNDER THE 

GAME AND FISH ACT 



1. Section 1 of Ontario Regulation 397/84, 
as amended by section 1 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 113/88 and section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 87/90, is further amended by 
adding the following items: 

18. Thamnophis butleri (Cope), commonly 
known as Butler's garter snake. 

19. Sistrurus catenatus catenatus (Rafinesque), 
commonly known as eastern massasauga. 



22/90 



GAME AND FISH ACT 

O. Reg. 264/90. 

Amphibians. 

Made— May 17th, 1990. 

Filed— May 18th, 1990. 



1. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 470/81 

MADE UNDER THE 

GAME AND FISH ACT 

Section 1 of Ontario Regulation 470/81 is 
revoked and the following substituted: 



1. The following species and subspecies of 
Amphibia are declared to be amphibians: 

1. Rana catesbeiana Shaw, commonly known 
as bullfrog. 

2. Bufo woodhousii fowleri Hinckley, com- 
monly known as Fowler's toad. 

3. Acris crepitans blanchardi Harper, com- 
monly known as Blanchard's cricket frog. 

4. Desmognathus fuscus fuscus (Green), com- 
monly known as northern dusky 
salamander. O. Reg. 264/90, s. 1. 

22/90 



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INDEX 22 

GOVERNMENT NOTICES/AVIS DU GOUVERNEMENT 

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Fire Marshals Act/Loi sur les commissaires des incendies 3029 

Motor Vehicle Transport Act, 1987/Loi de 1987 sur les transports routiers 3031 

Certificates of Incorporation/Certificats de constitution 3057 

Certificates of Incorporation Issued/Certificats de constitution délivrés 3071 

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Certificates of Continuance/Certificats de prorogation 3072 

Transfer of Ontario Corporations/Transfert de compagnies ontariennes 3072 

Amendments to Articles/Modifications aux statuts 3073 

Articles of Revival/Statuts de reconstitution 3079 

Certificates of Amendment of Articles Issued/Certificats de modification des statuts délivrés . . . 3079 

Supplementary Letters Patent Issued/Lettres patentes supplémentaires délivrées 3080 

Extra-Provincial Licences Amended/Permis extraprovinciaux modifiés 3080 

Certificates of Dissolution/Certificats de dissolution 3080 

Certificates of Dissolution Issued/Certificats de dissolution délivrés 3081 

Decisions on Applications for Audit Exemption/Décisions quant aux demandes de dispense en 

matière de vérification 3081 

Notice of Default in Complying with the Corporations Tax Act/ Avis de défaut d'observer la 

Loi sur l'imposition des personnes morales 3082 

Cancellation of Certificates of Incorporation (Corporations Tax Act Defaulters)/Annulation de 

certificats de constitution (défaut d'observer la Loi sur l'imposition des personnes morales) 3086 

Change of Name Act/Loi sur le changement de nom 3088 

Orders in Council/Décrets 3090 

Applications to Provincial Parliament — Private Bills/Demandes au Parlement provincial — 

Projets de loi d'intérêt privé 3091 

Petitions to Provincial Parliament/Petitions au Parlement provincial 3091 

Applications to Provincial Parliament/Demandes au Parlement provincial 3092 

CORPORATION NOTICES/AVIS RELATIFS AUX COMPAGNIES 3096 

NOTICE TO CREDITORS/AVIS AUX CRÉANCIERS 3099 

MISCELLANEOUS NOTICES/AVIS DIVERS 3099 

SALES OF LANDS FOR TAX ARREARS BY PUBLIC TENDER/VENTES DE TERRAINS 

PAR APPEL D'OFFRES POUR ARRIÉRÉ D'IMPÔT 3100 

PUBLICATIONS UNDER THE REGULATIONS ACT 
PUBLICATIONS EN VERTU DE LA LOI SUR LES RÈGLEMENTS 

Assessment Act O. Reg. 249/90 3101 

Charitable Institutions Act O. Reg. 256/90 3113 

Game and Fish Act O. Reg. 263/90 3118 

Game and Fish Act O. Reg. 264/90 3118 

General Welfare Assistance Act O. Reg. 257/90 3114 

Health Insurance Act O. Reg. 255/90 3113 

Health Disciplines Act O. Reg. 259/90 3115 

Highway Traffic Act O. Reg. 248/90 3101 

Homes for Special Care Act O. Reg. 254/90 3111 

Homes for the Aged and Rest Homes Act O. Reg. 258/90 3114 

Human Rights Code, 1981 O. Reg. 252/90 3108 

Mental Hospitals Act O. Reg. 253/90 3111 

Pesticides Act O. Reg. 250/90 3105 

Pesticides Act O. Reg. 251/90 3108 

Petroleum Resources Act O. Reg. 261/90 3117 

Planning Act, 1983 O. Reg. 262/90 3117 

Provincial Offences Act O. Reg. 260/90 3116 



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O. Reg. 265/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 266/90 3203 

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

1994)_()6— ()9 

LAND TITLES ACT 

O. Reg. 265/90. 

Fees. 

Made— April 4th, 1990. 

Filed— May 22nd, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 551 OF REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

LAND TITLES ACT 

1. Item 1 of the Schedule to Regulation 551 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as remade 
by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 496/89, is revoked and the following substituted: 

1. Except as set out in items 2 and 3, for registration or 

deposit of an instrument or plan, including recording $25.00 



23/90 



REGISTRY ACT 

O. Reg. 266/90. 

Fees. 

Made— April 4th, 1990. 

Filed— May 22nd, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 895 OF REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

REGISTRY ACT 

1. Item 1 of the Schedule to Regulation 895 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as remade 
by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 497/89, is revoked and the following substituted: 

1. Except as set out in items 2 and 3, for registration or 

deposit of an instrument or plan, including recording $25.00 

23/90 

785 



3204 O. Reg. 267/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 268/90 



fflGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

O. Reg. 267/90. 

Speed Limits. 
Made— May 17th, 1990. 
Filed— May 22nd, 1990. 



1. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 490 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Part 4 of Schedule 3 to Regulation 490 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is 
amended by adding the following para- 
graph: 

9. That part of the King's Highway 
known as No. 4 in the Township of 
Glenelg in the County of Bruce begin- 
ning at a point situate 65 metres mea- 
sured westerly from the intersection 
with the centre line of the roadway 
known as Glenelg Concessions 1-2 and 
extending easterly for a distance of 530 
metres. 



2.— (1) Paragraph 7 of Part 4 of Schedule 11 
to the Regulation, as remade by section 1 
of Ontario Regulation 687/84, is revoked. 

(2) Part 5 of Schedule 11 is amended by add- 
ing the following paragraph: 



Bruce — 

Twp. of 
Glenelg 



Regional 
Municipality 
of York- 
Town of 

Newmarket 



That part of the King's Highway 
known as No. 9 in the Town of New- 
market in The Regional Municipality 
of York beginning at a point situate at 
its intersection with the westerly limit 
of the King's Highway known as No. 
11 and extending westerly for a dis- 
tance of 900 metres. 



3.— (1) Paragraph 1 of Part 3 of Schedule 14 
to the Regulation, as remade by section 3 
of Ontario Regulation 693/83, is revoked 
and the following substituted: 



Regional 
Municipality 
of York- 
Town of 
Newmarket 

Twp. of King 



1. That part of the King's Highway 
known as No. 11 in The Regional 
Municipality of York lying between a 
point situate 100 metres measured 
northerly from its intersection with the 
northerly limit of the roadway known 
as Bristol Road in the Town of New- 
market and a point situate 95 metres 
measured southerly from its intersec- 
tion with the northerly limit of the 



bridge structure over the Schomberg 
River in the Township of King. 

(2) Paragraph 14 of Part 4 of Schedule 14, as 
remade by section 3 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 693/83, is revoked. 

(3) Part 5 of Schedule 14 is amended by add- 
ing the following paragraph: 



Regional 
Municipality 
of York- 
Town of 
Newmarket 



22. That part of the King's Highway 
known as No. 11 in the Town of New- 
market in The Regional Municipality 
of York lying between a point situate 
1700 metres measured southerly from 
its intersection with the northerly limit 
of the King's Highway known as No. 9 
and a point situate 100 metres mea- 
sured northerly from its intersection 
with the northerly limit of the roadway 
known as Bristol Road. 

William Wrye 
Minister of Transportation 

Dated at Toronto, this 17th day of May, 1990. 



23/90 



PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 
DEVELOPMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 268/90. 

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

Made— May 15th, 1990. 

Filed— May 23rd, 1990. 



1. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 482/73 

MADE UNDER THE 

PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 

DEVELOPMENT ACT 

Ontario Regulation 482/73 is amended by 
adding the following section: 



140. — (1) In this section, 

"dwelling unit" means one or more habitable rooms 
occupied or capable of being occupied as an inde- 
pendent and separate housekeeping establishment 
in which separate kitchen and sanitary facilities are 
provided for the exclusive use of the unit with a 
private entrance from outside the building or from 
a common hallway or stairway inside the building; 

"single dwelling" means a separate unit containing 
only one dwelling unit. 



(2) Notwithstanding section 4 of this Order, one 
single dwelling together with buildings and structures 



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O. Reg. 268/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 269/90 3205 



accessory thereto may be erected and used on each 
parcel of land described in subsection (3) if the fol- 
lowing requirements are met: 



Minimum lot area 
Minimum lot frontage 
Minimum front yard 
Minimum side yard 
Minimum rear yard 
Minimum floor area: 

One storey 

IV2 storey 

Split Level 

Maximum Height 



6%.7 square metres 

18.2 metres 

7.6 metres 

1.5 metres 

9. 1 metres 

111.4 square metres 
12s. 4 square metres 
116.1 square metres 
IVz storey 



(3) Subsection (2) applies to those parcels of land 
in the City of Burlington in The Regional Munici- 



pality of Halton, formerly in the Township of East 
Flamborough in the County of Wentworth, being 
part of Lot 8, Concession II designated as: 

1. Part 2 on Reference Plan 20R-9865 depos- 
ited in the Land Registry Office for the 
Registry Division of Halton (No. 20). 

2. Part 3 on Reference Plan 20R-9865 depos- 
ited in the Land Registry Office for the 
Registry Division of Halton '(No. 20). 

3. Part 4 on Reference Plan 20R-9865 depos- 
ited in the Land Registry Office for the 
Registry Division of Halton (No. 20). 
O. Reg. 268/90, s. 1. 

Diana Linn Jardine 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

Central and Southwest 
Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 15th day of May, 1990. 
23/90 



ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT 

O. Reg. 269/90. 

Effluent Monitoring — Inorganic Chemical 

Sector. 
Made— May 17th, 1990. 
Filed— May 24th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 395/89 

MADE UNDER THE 

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT 

1. Subsection 17 (21) of Ontario Regulation 395/89 is amended by striking out *'(20)" in the 
third line and substituting "(20a)". 

2. Schedules C and K to the Regulation, as remade by section 11 of Ontario Regulation 649/89, 
are revoked and the following substituted: 



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3216 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 270/90 



ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 270/90. 

Exemption — ^The Corporation of the Town 

ofKenora— KENO-T-1. 
Made— May 17th, 1990. 
Approved— May 17th, 1990. 
Filed— May 25th, 1990. 



ORDER MADE UNDER THE 
ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

EXEMPTION— THE CORPORATION OF THE 
TOWN OF KENORA— KENO-T-1 

Having received a request from The Corporation 
of the Town of Kenora (the "proponent") that an 
undertaking, namely: 

the interim expansion, operation and closure of 
the existing Tri-Municipal Landfill located on 
the land described as parcel P-357 within the 
unorganized Township of Haycock for the dis- 
posal of the domestic, non-hazardous, solid, 
commercial and industrial waste of the towns of 
Kenora, Keewatin and Jaffray and Melick for a 
period of up to five years, 

be exempt from the application of the Environmental 
Assessment Act pursuant to section 29; and 

Having been advised by the proponent that if the 
undertaking to expand the Tri-Municipal Landfill is 
subject to the application of the Act, the following 
adverse impacts with the persons and property in the 
Tri-Municipal Area indicated will occur: 

A. The proponent and its residents and the 
Town of Jaffray and Melick and its residents 
will be without a municipal solid waste dis- 
posal facility as of January 31 , 1991 for up to 
five years until new waste disposal facilities 
will be available as a result of the Tri- 
Municipal long-term waste management 
master plan. 

B. The towns will be subject to delay if Kenora 
is required to prepare an environmental 
assessment for the undertaking. 

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, con- 
servation and wise management in Ontario of the 
environment which would result from the undertak- 
ing 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 interim expansion of the area approved 
for landfilling at the existing Tri-Municipal 
Landfill site is a measure for which there are 
no reasonable alternatives which can be 
implemented before January 31, 1991. Steps 
were and are being taken to reduce depen- 
dence on disposal through landfilling by 
implementing recycling and composting in 
1990. 

B. The potential effects of expanding the land- 
fill for an interim period of up to five years 
are considered minor. 

C. Alternatives have been investigated. 

D. An application to amend Provisional Certif- 
icate of Approval No. A7068504 has been 
made for an interim period of up to five 
years. A mandatory public hearing under 
Part V of the Environmental Protection Act 
for the approval of continued or expanded 
operations will be held. 

E. The towns of Kenora, Keewatin and Jaffray 
and Melick are participating in a long-term 
waste management master planning pro- 
cess. The waste management master plan 
will be completed and implemented in 
accordance with the Environmental Assess- 
ment Act. 

This exemption order is subject to the following 
terms and conditions: 

1. Where any activity which otherwise would 
be exempt under this order is being carried 
out as or is part of an undertaking for which 
an environmental assessment has been 
accepted and approval to proceed received, 
the activity shall be carried out in accor- 
dance with any terms or conditions in the 
approval to proceed as well as the condi- 
tions of this order. 

2. No waste shall be deposited at this site pur- 
suant to this order: 

(a) other than as provided for in the 
decision of the Environmental 
Assessment Board made pursuant to 
the hearing referred to in reason D; 

(b) after the date that a new facility, 
resulting from the waste manage- 
ment master plan, approved under 
the Environmental Assessment Act, is 
open to receive waste; and 

(c) more than five years after the issu- 
ance of a Provisional Certificate of 
Approval or a Certificate of Approv- 
al under Part V of the Environmental 
Protection Act pursuant to this order. 
O. Reg. 270/90. 



798 



O. Reg. 270/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 271/90 3217 



James Bradley 
Minister of the Environment 



23/90 



ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 271/90. 

Exemption — ^The Corporation of the City of 

OrilUa— ORIL-C-1. 
Made— May 17th, 1990. 
Approved— May 17th, 1990. 
FUed— May 25th, 1990. 



ORDER MADE UNDER THE 
ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

EXEMPTION— THE CORPORATION OF THE 
CITY OF ORILLIA— ORIL-C-1 

Having received a request from The Corporation 
of the City of Orillia that an undertaking, namely: 

the proposal to extend the service area of the 
existing Kitchener Street Landfill, located on 
parts of lots 11 and 12, Concession 4, in the City 
of Orillia, to include domestic, commercial and 
non-hazardous, solid, industrial waste from the 
townships of Rama and Orillia for an interim 
five-year period, 

be exempt from the application of the Environmental 
Assessment Act pursuant to section 29; and 

Having been advised by The Corporation of the 
City of Orillia that if the undertaking to accommo- 
date the townships of Rama and Orillia is subject to 
the application of the Act, the following injury, dam- 
age or interference with persons indicated will occur: 

A. The Corporations of the townships of Rama 
and Orillia will be subject to delay and 
expense if an environmental assessment 
were required for the undertaking, 

B. The residents of the townships of Rama and 
Orillia will be without a municipal solid 
waste disposal facility as of June 30, 1990. 

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, con- 
servation and wise management of the environment 
which would result from the undertaking being sub- 
ject to the application of the Act; 

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



A. The expansion of the service area for the 
existing Kitchener Street Landfill is an 
interim measure for which there are no oth- 
er reasonable waste management alterna- 
tives available to the townships which can 
be implemented before June 30, 1990. 

B. The potential effects of expanding the land- 
fill's approved service area for an interim 
five-year period are minor and relate princi- 
pally to a slight increase in traffic to the 
landfill and also result in a decrease in the 
estimated life expectancy of the landfill site, 
by approximately two years. 

C. The undertaking does not propose to 
increase the height, area or capacity of the 
landfill site as currently approved and 
described in Provisional Certificate of 
Approval No. A250601. 

D. The townships of Rama and Orillia have 
evaluated interim alternatives. 

E. An application to amend Provisional Certif- 
icate of Approval No. A250601 has been 
made for an interim five-year period under 
the Environmental Protection Act for which 
a mandatory pubUc hearing is required. 

F. It is the intention of the proponent that a 
long-term waste management program be 
pursued in accordance with applicable legis- 
lation. The City of Orillia and the townships 
of Rama and Orillia have initiated a long- 
term waste management planning process 
by signing an agreement and passing resolu- 
tions of Council to prepare a Waste Man- 
agement Master Plan. 

This exemption is subject to the following terms 
and conditions: 

1. Where an activity which otherwise would be 
exempt under this order is being carried out 
as or is part of an undertaking for which an 
environmental assessment has been accept- 
ed and approval to proceed received, the 
activity shall be carried out in accordance 
with the terms and conditions in the approv- 
al to proceed as well as the conditions of this 
order. 

2. Unless The Corporation of the County of 
Simcoe takes over responsibility for waste 
management in the County, the municipali- 
ties shall diligently implement the waste 
management master planning process, 
referred to in reason F. 

3. No waste shall be deposited at the site, pur- 
suant to this order, more than five years 
after the date of any Provisional Certificate 
of Approval or Certificate of Approval 
issued for the purpose of the undertaking 



799 



3218 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



exempted by this order, or after approved 
landfill contour limits for the site are 
reached, whichever shall occur first. 
O. Reg. 271/90. 



O. Reg. 271/90 

James Bradley 
Minister of the Environment 



23/90 



800 



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Motor Vehicle Transport Act, 1987/Loi de 1987 sur les transports routiers 3124 

Certificates of Incorporation/Certificats de constitution 3164 

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Transfer of Ontario Corporations/Transfert de compagnies ontariennes 3180 

Restated Certificates of Incorporation/Certificats de consitution mis ajout 3181 

Amendments to Articles/Modifications aux statuts 3181 

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Supplementary Letters Patent Issued/Lettres patentes supplémentaires délivrées 3185 

Extra-Provincial Licences Endorsed/Permis extraprovinciaux inscrits 3185 

Extra- Provincial Licences Amended/Permis extraprovinciaux modifiés 3186 

Certificates of Dissolution/Certificats de dissolution 3186 

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dissolution (Loi sur les compagnies et associations) 3187 

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certificats de constitution (défaut d'observer la Loi sur l'imposition des personnes morales) 3187 

Marriage Act/Loi sur le mariage 3187 

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Erratum 3192 

Applications to Provincial Parliament — Private Bills/Demandes au Parlement proviiKial — 

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Petitions to Provincial Parliament/Petitions au Parlement provincial 3193 

Applications to Provincial Parliament/Demandes au Parlement provincial 3194 

CORPORATION NOTICES/AVIS RELATIFS AUX COMPAGNIES 31% 

NOTICE TO CREDITORS/AVIS AUX CRÉANCIERS 3200 

MISCELLANEOUS NOTICES/AVIS DIVERS 3201 

SALES OF LANDS FOR TAX ARREARS BY PUBLIC TENDER/VENTES DE TERRAINS 

PAR APPEL D'OFFRES POUR ARRIÉRÉ D'IMPÔT 3201 

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Enviroimiental Protection Act O. Reg. 720/90 3216 

Environmental Protection Act O. Reg. 721/90 3217 

Environmental Protection Act O. Reg. 269/90 3205 

Highway Traffic Act O. Reg. 267/90 3204 

Land Titles Act O. Reg. 265/90 3203 

Parkway Belt Planning and Development Act O. Reg. 268/90 3204 

Registry Act O. Reg. 266/90 3203 



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

1990— (k)— 16 



MILK ACT 

O. Reg. 272/90. 

Milk Producers, Licences, Quotas, Pools 

and Transportation. 
Made— May 28th, 1990. 
Filed— May 30th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 45/82 

MADE UNDER THE 

MILK ACT 

1. Clause 1 (e) of Ontario Regulation 45/82 
is revoked and the following substituted: 

(e) "quota" means a quota in litres of milk or 
kilograms of butterfat fixed and allotted to a 
producer by the marketing board for the 
sale of milk to the marketing board. 

The Ontario Milk Marketing Board: 

John Core 
Chairman 

Harry Parker 
Secretary 

Dated at Mississauga, this 28th day of May, 1990. 

24/90 



I 



801 



O. Reg. 273/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

INSURANCE ACT 



3371 



O. Reg. 273/90. 

No- Fault Benefits Schedule. 
Made— May 30th, 1990. 
Filed— May 30th, 1990. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
INSURANCE ACT 

NO-FAULT BENEHTS SCHEDULE 



Table of Contents 
PARTI 
General 

Section 

Title , 1 

Definitions 2 

Interpretation 3 

Duty to Provide Benefits 4 

Application Despite Certain Provisions of 

Insurance Act 5 

PART II 

Supplementary Medical and REHABiLrrATioN 
Benefits and Care Benefits 

Supplementary Medical and Rehabilitation 

Benefits 6 

Care Benefits 7 

Damages to Clothing, Glasses, Hearing Aids 

and Other Devices 8 

Exception 9 

PART III 

Funeral Expenses and Death Benefits 

Funeral Expenses 10 

Death Benefits 11 

PART IV 

Weekly Benefits 

Income Benefit 12 

Benefit if No Income 13 

Interim Payments 14 

Deductions 15 

Temporary Return to School or Work 16 

Exclusions 17 

PARTY 
Accidents in Quebec 



Benefits 18 



PART VI 



Optional Benefits 
Options 19 

PART VII 

Workers' Compensation 

Effect of Workers' Compensation Benefits 20 

Interim Payments 21 

PART VIII 

Miscellaneous 

Notice, Application for Benefits 22 

Certificates, Examinations 23 

Payment of Claims, Refusal to Pay 24 

Restriction on Proceedings 25 

Time Limit for Proceedings 26 

Repayments to Insurer 27 

Copies of Schedule 28 

Forms 29 

PARTI 

General 

title 

1. This Regulation may be cited as the No-Fault 
Benefits Schedule. O. Reg. 273/90, s. 1. 

definitions 

2. In this Schedule, 

"accident" means an incident in which the use or 
operation of an automobile causes, directly or indi- 
rectly, physical, psychological or mental injury or 
causes damage to any prosthesis, denture, pre- 
scription eyewear, hearing aid or other medical or 
dental device; 

"insured automobile", in respect of a particular 
motor vehicle liability policy, means the described 
automobile and includes a newly-acquired or tem- 
porary substitute automobile, all as defined by the 
policy; 

"insured person", in respect of a particular motor 
vehicle liability policy, means, 

(a) in respect of accidents in Ontario, an occu- 
pant of the insured automobile, 

(b) in respect of accidents outside Ontario, a 
person living and ordinarily present in 
Ontario who is an occupant of the insured 
automobile, 

(c) the named insured, his or her spouse and 
any dependant of either of them while the 
occupant of any other automobile. 



803 



3372 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 273/90 



(d) any person who is not the occupant of an 
automobile or of rolling stock that runs on 
rails who is involved in an accident in 
Ontario involving the insured automobile, 

(e) the named insured, his or her spouse and 
any dependant of either of them who is not 
the occupant of an automobile or of rolling 
stock that runs on rails who is involved in an 
accident, 

(f) the named insured, his or her spouse and 
any dependant of either of them who is not 
involved in an accident but who suffers psy- 
chological or mental injury as the resuh of 
an accident involving a physical injury to his 
or her spouse, child, grandchild, parent, 
grandparent, brother or sister or a depen- 
dant of the named insured or of his or her 
spouse. O. Reg. 273/90, s. 2. 

INTERPRETATION 

3. — (1) If the insured automobile is made avail- 
able for the regular use of an individual, whether or 
not a resident of Ontario, by a corporation, unincor- 
porated association, partnership, sole proprietorship 
or other entity or is rented to an individual who is a 
resident of Ontario, this Schedule applies to the indi- 
vidual and his or her spouse and their dependants as 
if the individual were a named insured. 

(2) For the purposes of this Schedule, a person is a 
dependant of another person if the person is princi- 
pally dependent for financial support on the other 
person or the other person's spouse. O. Reg. 

273/90, s. 3. 

DUTY TO PROVIDE BENERTS 

4. The benefits set out in this Schedule will be 
provided under every contract evidenced by a motor 
vehicle liability policy in respect of accidents occur- 
ring after section 231a of the Insurance Act comes 
into force. O. Reg. 273/90, s. 4. 

APPLICATION DESPITE CERTAIN PROVISIONS OF 
imURANCE ACT 

5. Subject to section 17, the insurer will pay the 
benefits under this Schedule despite section 201a, 
subsection 206 (1), section 209a, subsection 231 (2a) 
and statutory condition 1 (1) of section 207 of the 
Insurance Act. O. Reg. 273/90, s. 5. 

PART II 

Supplementary Medical and Rehabilitation 
Benefits and Care Benefits 

supplementary medical and rehabilitation 

BENERTS 

6. — (1) The insurer will pay with respect to each 
insured person who sustains physical, psychological 



or mental injury as a result of an accident all reason- 
able expenses resulting from the accident within the 
benefit period set out in subsection (3) for, 

(a) medical, psychological, surgical, dental, 
hospital, chiropractic, nursing and ambu- 
lance services and the services of physio- 
therapists; 

(b) prostheses, dentures, prescription eyewear, 
hearing aids and other medical or dental 
devices; 

(c) rehabilitation, life-skills training and occu- 
pational counselling and training; 

(d) transportation for the person to and from 
treatment, counselling and training sessions, 
including transportation for an assistant; 

(e) home renovations to accommodate the 
needs of the insured person; 

(f) other goods and services, whether medical 
or non- medical in nature, which the insured 
person requires because of the accident. 

(2) The insurer will pay with respect to each 
insured person who sustains physical, psychological 
or mental injury as a result of an accident an allow- 
ance that is reasonable having regard to all of the cir- 
cumstances for expenses actually incurred by a 
spouse, child, grandchild, parent, grandparent, 
brother or sister of the insured person in visiting the 
insured person during his or her treatment or recov- 
ery. 

(3) For the purposes of this section, the benefit 
period is the longer of the two following periods cal- 
culated from the day of the accident and ending on 
the anniversary of the accident: 

1. Ten years. 

2. Twenty years less the age of the insured per- 
son on the day of the accident. 

(4) Subject to subsections (5) and (6), the insurer, 
before making a payment for an expense under sub- 
section (1), may require the insured person to submit 
a statement signed by the insured person's qualified 
medical practitioner or psychological advisor stating 
that the expense is necessary for the insured person's 
treatment or rehabilitation. 

(5) A person qualified to practise as a chiropractor 
may sign a statement required under subsection (4) in 
respect of chiropractic services under clause (1) (a). 

(6) A person qualified to practise dentistry may 
sign a statement required under subsection (4) in 
respect of dental services and dentures under clauses 
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(7) In case of a dispute concerning an expense 
described in clause (1) (a), (b) or (d), the insurer will 
pay the expense pending resolution of the dispute. 

(8) The maximum amount payable under this sec- 
tion is $500,000 with resf)ect to each insured person. 
O. Reg. 273/90, s. 6. 



CARE BENEFITS 

7. — (1) The insurer will pay with respect to each 
insured person who sustains physical, psychological 
or mental injury as a result of an accident, for the 
care, if any, required by the insured person, 

(a) the reasonable cost of a professional care- 
giver or the amount of gross income reason- 
ably lost by a person other than the insured 
person as a result of the accident in caring 
for the insured person; and 

(b) all reasonable expenses resulting from the 
accident in caring for the insured person 
after the accident. 

(2) The maximum amount payable per month 
under this section is $3,000 a month with respect to 
each insured person. 

(3) The maximum amount payable under this sec- 
tion is $500,000 with respect to each insured person. 
O. Reg. 273/90, s. 7. 



DAMAGES TO CLOTHING, GLASSES, HEARING AIDS AND 
OTHER DEVICES 

8. The insurer will pay an insured person for the 
reasonable cost of repairing or replacing clothing 
worn by the insured person at the time of an accident 
and prostheses, dentures, prescription eyewear, 
hearing aids and other medical or dental devices that 
are lost or damaged in an accident. O. Reg. 273/90, 
s. 8. 



EXCEPTION 

9. — (1) The insurer will not pay any portion of an 
expense referred to in subsection 6 (1) or (2) or sub- 
section 7 (1) for a service that is reasonably available 
to the insured person under any insurance plan or law 
or under any other plan or law that will pay the 
expense. 

(2) The insurer will pay benefits under this Part 
even though the insured person is entitled to or has 
received benefits under an Act administered by the 
Ministry of Community and Social Services for 
Ontario or under similar legislation in another 
jurisdiction. O. Reg. 273/90, s. 9. 



PART III 

Funeral Expenses and Death Benefits 

funeral expenses 

10. The insurer will pay with respect to each 
insured person who dies as a result of an accident 
funeral expenses incurred up to $3,000 if Optional 
Benefit 1 has not been purchased, and up to $7,500 if 
it has been purchased. O. Reg. 273/90, s. 10. 

death benefits 

11. — (1) If, as a result of an accident, an insured 
person dies within the benefit period set out in sub- 
section (3), the insurer will pay with respect to the 
insured person, if Optional Benefit 1 has not been 
purchased, 

(a) $25,000 to his or her spouse, if the deceased 
is survived by a spouse who was his or her 
spouse at the time of the accident; 

(b) $25,000 to his or her dependants, if the 
deceased is survived by any dependant who 
was a dependant at the time of the accident 
and is not survived by a spouse who is enti- 
tled to a benefit under this section; 

(c) $10,000 to each of his or her surviving 
dependants who was a dependant at the 
time of the accident; and 

(d) if, at the time of the accident, the deceased 
was a dependant, $10,000, 

(i) to the person upon whom the 
deceased was dependent or, if that 
person is dead, to the surviving 
spouse of that person if the surviving 
spouse was the deceased's primary 
caregiver, or 

(ii) to the other surviving dependants of 
the person upon whom the deceased 
was dependent if that person and his 
or her spouse are dead. 

(2) If, as a resuh of an accident, an insured person 
dies within the benefit period set out in subsection 
(3), the insurer will pay with respect to the insured 
person, if Optional Benefit 1 has been purchased, 

(a) $50,000 to his or her spouse, if the deceased 
is survived by a spouse who was his or her 
spouse at the time of the accident; 

(b) $50,000 to his or her dependants, if the 
deceased is survived by any dependant who 
was a dependant at the time of the accident 
and is not survived by a spouse who is enti- 
tled to a benefit under this section; 



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dependants who was a dependant at the 
time of the accident; and 

(d) if, at the time of the accident, the deceased 
was a dependant, $20,000, 

(i) to the person upon whom the 
deceased was dependent or, if that 
person is dead, to the surviving 
spouse of that person if the surviving 
spouse was the deceased's primary 
caregiver, or 

(ii) to the other surviving dependants of 
the person upon whom the deceased 
was dependent if that person and his 
or her spouse are dead. 

(3) For the purposes of subsections (1) and (2), 
the benefit period is, 

(a) 180 days from the day of the accident unless 
clause (b) applies; or 

(b) 156 weeks from the day of the accident if 
during that period there has been continu- 
ous disability as a result of the accident. 

(4) If at the time of the accident the deceased per- 
son had more than one person entitled to claim as his 
or her spouse, the $25,000 payment under clause 

(1) (a) or $50,000 under clause (2) (a) will be divided 
equally between or among such persons who survive 
the deceased and who at the time of the death were 
still spouses of the deceased. 

(5) Payments under clauses (1) (b) and (d) and 
clauses (2) (b) and (d) will be paid in equal shares to 
the surviving dependants. 

(6) No amount is payable under subsection (1) or 

(2) to a spouse or dependant unless the spouse or 
dependant, as the case may be, survives the deceased 
by thirty days. O. Reg. 273/90, s. 11. 



PART IV 

Weekly Benefits 

income benefit 

12. — (1) The insurer will pay with respect to each 
insured person who sustains physical, psychological 
or mental injury as a result of an accident a weekly 
income benefit during the period in which the insured 
person suffers substantial inability to perform the 
essential tasks of his or her occupation or employ- 
ment if the insured person meets the qualifications 
set out in subsection (2) or (3). 

(2) The following qualifications apply to an 
insured person who claims a weekly benefit under 
subsection (1): 



1 . He or she must have been at the time of the 
accident, 

i. employed or self-employed, 

ii. on a temporary lay-off, or 

iii. entitled to start work within one year 
under a legitimate offer of employ- 
ment made before the accident and 
evidenced in writing. 

2. He or she as a result of and within two years 
of the accident must have suffered a sub- 
stantial inability to perform the essential 
tasks of his or her occupation or employ- 
ment. 

(3) A person who was unemployed and who was 
not self-employed at the time of the accident is quali- 
fied to receive a weekly benefit under subsection (1) 
if he or she was employed or self-employed for any 
180 days in the twelve-month period before the acci- 
dent, and if he or she as a result of and within two 
years of the accident has suffered a substantial inabil- 
ity to perform the essential tasks of the occupation or 
employment in which he or she spent the most time 
during the twelve-month period before the accident. 

(4) Subject to subsection (5), the weekly benefit 
under subsection (1) will be the lesser of, 

(a) $600 plus, if Optional Benefit 2 has been 
purchased, the amount of the benefit cho- 
sen; and 

(b) 80 per cent of the insured person's gross 
weekly income from his or her occupation 
or employment, less any payments for loss 
of income, except Unemployment Insur- 
ance benefits, 

(i) received by or available to the 
insured person under the laws of any 
jurisdiction or under any income 
continuation benefit plan, or 

(ii) received under any sick leave plan. 

(5) The insurer is not required to pay a weekly 
benefit under subsection (1), 

(a) for the first week of the disability; 

(b) for any period in excess of 156 weeks unless 
it has been established that the injury con- 
tinuously prevents the insured from engag- 
ing in any occupation or employment for 
which he or she is reasonably suited by edu- 
cation, training or experience. 

(6) The insurer is not required to pay a weekly 
benefit under subsection (1) to a person described in 
subparagraph iii of paragraph 1 of subsection (2) 
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under the contract to begin employment unless 
before that day the person is qualified for a benefit 
under another paragraph of that subsection. 

(7) The following rules apply to the calculation of 
gross weekly income: 

1. A person's gross weekly income shall be 
deemed to be the greatest of, 

i. his or her average gross weekly 
income from his or her occupation or 
employment for the four weeks pre- 
ceding the accident, 

ii. his or her average gross weekly 
income from his or her occupation or 
employment for the fifty-two weeks 
preceding the accident, 

iii. $232. 

2. When a person becomes qualified to receive 
an income benefit under subparagraph iii of 
paragraph 1 of subsection (2), the person's 
gross weekly income shall be deemed to be 
the greatest of, 

i. if the person was qualified under 
either subparagraph i or ii of para- 
graph 1 of subsection (2), his or her 
gross weekly income as determined 
under paragraph 1 , 

ii. the gross weekly income payable 
under the contract of employment, 

ui. $232. 

3. Business expenses which cease as a result of 
the accident shall be deducted from a per- 
son's income from self-employment before 
calculating his or her gross weekly income. 
O. Reg. 273/90, s. 12. 

BENEFTT IF NO INCOME 

13. — (1) The insurer will pay with respect to each 
insured person who sustains physical, psychological 
or mental injury as a result of an accident, a weekly 
benefit during the period in which the insured person 
suffers substantial inability to perform the essential 
tasks in which he or she would normally engage if he 
or she meets the qualifications set out in subsection 
(2). 

(2) The following qualifications apply to an 
insured person who claims weekly benefits under 
subsection (1): 

1. He or she as a result of and within two years 
of the accident must have suffered a sub- 
stantial inability to perform the essential 
tasks in which he or she would normally 
engage. 



2. He or she must not be entitled to receive a 
benefit under section 12 at the time of the 
payment of a benefit under this section or, if 
entitled to a benefit under that section, he 
or she must be a primary caregiver as 
described in subsection (4) and have only 
income from self-employment from work in 
his or her home. 

3. He or she must attain the age of sixteen 
years before being eligible to receive the 
weekly benefit. 

(3) The weekly benefit under subsection (1) will 
be $185 less any payments for loss of income, except 
Unemployment Insurance benefits, 

(a) received by or available to the insured per- 
son under the laws of any jurisdiction or 
under any income continuation benefit 
plan; or 

(b) received under any sick leave plan. 

(4) The insurer will pay to an insured person who 
is receiving a weekly benefit under subsection (1), or 
who but for section 17 would be entitled to the week- 
ly benefit, a benefit of 550 per week if Optional Ben- 
efit 3 has not been purchased, or $100 per week if it 
has been purchased, for each person who at the time 
of the accident was residing with the insured person 
and in respect of whom the insured person was the 
primary caregiver if the person receiving the care was 
less than sixteen years of age or if the person required 
the care because of physical or mental incapacity. 

(5) The maximum amount payable under subsec- 
tion (4) is $200 per week, if Optional Benefit 3 has 
not been purchased, and $400 per week if it has been 
purchased. 

(6) A weekly benefit under subsection (4) ceases, 

(a) when the person cared for attains age six- 
teen, unless he or she is incap>acitated; 

(b) when the incapacity of the person cared for 
ceases; or 

(c) when the insured person ceases to be eligi- 
ble for a benefit under subsection (1) or 
when the insured person would cease to be 
eligible had he or she not been disqualified 
under section 17. 

(7) A person cannot receive benefits under this 
section and section 12 at the same time. 

(8) The insurer is not required to pay a weekly 
benefit under this section, 

(a) for the first week of the disability; 

(b) for any period in excess of 156 weeks unless 
it has been established that the injury con- 



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tinuously prevents the insured person from 
engaging in substantially all of the activities 
in which the person would normally engage. 
O. Reg. 273/90, s. 13. 

INTERIM PAYMENTS 

14. — (1) The insurer will pay full benefits under 
this Part until the insured person receives payments 
that would reduce the insurer's obligation through 
the operation of subsection 12 (4) or 13 (3) if the 
insured person has applied to receive the payments. 

(2) The insurer will pay benefits under this Part 
even though the insured person is entitled to, or has 
received, benefits under an Act administered by the 
Ministry of Community and Social Services for 
Ontario or under similar legislation in another 
jurisdiction. O. Reg. 273/90, s. 14. 

DEDUCTIONS 

15. The insurer may deduct from any benefit pay- 
able under this Part 80 per cent of any income 
received or available from any occupation or employ- 
ment subsequent to the accident. O. Reg. 273/90, 
s. 15. 

TEMPORARY RETURN TO SCHOOL OR WORK 

16. — (1) Subject to section 15 and subsection (3), 
a person receiving a benefit under this Part may 
attend school or accept, or return to, work at any 
time during the first two years following the accident 
for any period of time without affecting his or her 
benefits under this Part if, as a result of the accident, 
he or she is unable to continue at school or in the 
occupation or employment. 

(2) Subject to section 15 and subsection (3), after 
the two-year period referred to in subsection (1), a 
person receiving a benefit under this Part may attend 
school or accept, or return to, an occupation or 
employment for periods of up to ninety days without 
affecting his or her benefits under this Part if he or 
she, as a result of the injury, is unable to continue at 
school or in the occupation or employment. 

(3) The insurer is not required to pay weekly 
benefits under section 13 for any week in which the 
insured person attends school. O. Reg. 273/90, 
s. 16. 

EXCLUSIONS 

17. — (1) The insurer is not required to pay bene- 
fits under subsection 12 (1) or 13 (1) in respect of a 
driver of an automobile at the time of the accident, 

(a) if, as a result of the accident, the driver is 
convicted of operating the automobile while 
his or her ability to operate it was impaired 
by alcohol or a drug, or of driving while his 
or her blood alcohol level exceeded the lim- 
its permitted by law or of an indictable 



offence related to the operation of the auto- 
mobile; 

(b) if, as a resuh of the accident, the driver is 
asked to provide a breath sample and he or 
she is convicted for failure to provide the 
sample; 

(c) if, as a result of the accident, the driver is 
convicted of operating the automobile while 
it was not insured under a motor vehicle lia- 
bility policy; 

(d) if the driver was not authorized by law to 
drive the automobile; 

(e) if the driver is an excluded driver under the 
contract of automobile insurance; or 

(f) if the driver knew or ought reasonably to 
have known that he or she was operating 
the automobile without the owner's con- 
sent. 

(2) Clause (1) (d) does not apply to a driver who is 
not authorized by law to drive an automobile only by 
reason of a suspension of a licence for failure to pay a 
fine. 

(3) The insurer is not required to pay benefits 
under subsection 12(l)orl3(l), 

(a) in respect of any person who has made, or 
who knows of, a material misrepresentation 
which induced the insurer to enter into the 
contract of automobile insurance or who 
intentionally failed to notify the insurer of a 
change in the risk material to the contract; 
or 

(b) in respect of an occupant of an automobile 
at the time of the accident who knew or 
ought reasonably to have known that the 
driver was operating the automobile with- 
out the owner's consent. 

(4) Clause (3) (b) does not prevent an excluded 
driver or any other occupant of an automobile driven 
by the excluded driver from recovering no-fault bene- 
fits under a motor vehicle liability policy in respect of 
which the excluded driver or other occupant is a 
named insured. O. Reg. 273/90, s. 17. 



PARTY 
AcaoENTs IN Quebec 

BENERTS 

18. — (1) The insurer will pay with respect to a per- 
son insured in Quebec who dies or who sustains phys- 
ical, psychological or mental injury as a resuh of an 
accident in Quebec or who incurs a cost described in 
section 6, as the person may elect, 



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(a) benefits as provided in Part II (Supplemen- 
tary Medical and Rehabilitation Benefits 
and Care Benefits), Part III (Funeral 
Expenses and Death Benefits) and Part IV 
(Weekly Benefits); or 

(b) benefits in the same amounts and subject to 
the same conditions as if the person was a 
resident of Quebec (as defined in the 
Automobile Insurance Act (Quebec) and the 
regulations made under that Act) and was 
entitled to payments under that Act and 
those regulations. 

(2) A person who elects to claim a benefit as pro- 
vided in clause (1) (a) is thereafter eligible only for 
benefits under Parts II, III and IV. 

(3) A person who elects to claim a benefit as pro- 
vided in clause (1) (b) is thereafter ineligible for 
benefits under Parts II, III and IV. 

(4) For the purposes of this Part, a person is 
insured in Quebec if the person at the time of the 
accident, 

(a) was authorized by law to be or to remain in 
Canada and was living and ordinarily 
present in Ontario; 

(b) met the criteria prescribed for recovery 
under the Automobile Insurance Act (Que- 
bec); 

(c) was not the owner or driver of, or an occu- 
pant of an automobile registered in Quebec; 
and 



(d) was. 



(i) an occupant of the insured automo- 
bile, 

(ii) the named insured, his or her spouse 
or a dependant of either of them 
while the occupant of any other auto- 
mobile, 

(iii) a f)erson who was not the occupant of 
an automobile and was struck by the 
insured automobile, 

(iv) the named insured, his or her spouse 
or a dependant of either of them and 
was struck by any other automobile, 

(v) if the named insured is a corporation, 
unincorporated association, partner- 
ship or sole proprietorship, a person 
for whose regular use the insured 
automobile was supplied, his or her 
spouse or a dependant of either of 
them who was injured, 

(A) while the occupant of any 
other automobile, or 



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(B) by any other automobile while 
not the occupant of the auto- 
mobile, or 



(vi) a person struck by an automobile 
that was driven by a person described 
in subclause (i), (ii) or (v). O. Reg. 
273/90, s. 18. 

PART VI 

Optional Benefits 

OPTIONS 

19. — (1) Every insurer shall offer the following 
optional benefits: 



1. Optional Benefit 1: 



Increased Funeral 
Expenses and Death 
Benefits 



If this option is purchased, 

(a) the maximum amount payable under 
section 10 (Funeral Expenses) will be 
$7,500; and 

(b) the maximum amount payable under 
section 11 (Death Benefits) will be 
the amounts set out in subsection 
11 (2). 

2. Optional Benefit 2: Increased Weekly 

Income Benefit 

If this option is purchased, the amount 
referred to in clause 12 (4) (a) will be 
increased by such amount from the following 
as may be chosen when purchasing the option: 

1. $150. 

2. $300. 

3. $450. 

3. Optional Benefit 3: Increased Primary 

Caregiver Benefit 

If this option is purchased, the amount pay- 
able under subsection 13 (4) will be $100 per 
week per person. 

(2) Optional benefits may be purchased at any 
time before an accident in respect of which a claim is 
made. O. Reg. 273/90, s. 19. 

PART VII 

Workers- Compensation 

effect of workers' compensation benerts 

20. The insurer will not pay benefits under this 
Schedule in respect of any insured person who, as a 



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result of an accident, is entitled to receive benefits 
under any workers' compensation law or plan. 
O. Reg. 273/90, s. 20. 

INTERIM PAYMENTS 

21. — (1) Despite section 20, the insurer will pay 
full benefits under this Schedule to a person 
described in that section until the resolution of any 
action brought by the person in any court to recover 
for personal injuries resulting from the accident 
under which the workers' compensation claim arose 
or until the person receives payments under a work- 
ers' compensation law or plan if, 

(a) the person makes an assignment to the 
insurer of any benefits under any workers' 
compensation law or plan to which he or she 
is or may become entitled as a result of the 
accident; and 

(b) the administrator or board responsible for 
the administration of the workers' compen- 
sation law or plan approves the assignment. 

(2) The amount of no-fault benefits recoverable by 
the insurer under the assignment in subsection (1) 
shall be determined in accordance with the following 
formula: 

A = T-C 

Where, 

A = amount recoverable; 

T = total compensation for personal injury 
received by the insured person under 
all contracts of automobile insurance 
excluding any amount received as a 
special award under subsection 
242d (10) or 242e (7) of the Insurance 
Act and any amount received as inter- 
est; 

C = compensation for personal injury the 
insured person would have recovered 
under all contracts of automobile 
insurance had the no-fault benefits not 
been paid. O. Reg. 273/90, s. 21. 



PART VIII 

Miscellaneous 

notice, application for benefits 

22. — (1) The insured person or the person other- 
wise entitled to make a claim shall, 

(a) give initial notice of a claim to the insurer, 
in writing, within thirty days from the date 
of the accident or as soon as practicable 
thereafter; and 



(b) furnish to the insurer within ninety days of 
the giving of the notice under clause (a) a 
completed application for no-fault benefits 
respecting the accident and the resulting 
loss. 

(2) A failure to comply with a time limit set out in 
subsection (1) does not invalidate a claim if the claim- 
ant has a reasonable excuse and so long as there is 
compliance within two years of the accident. 
O. Reg. 273/90, s. 22. 

CERTinCATES, EXAMINATIONS 

23. — (1) Unless waived by the insurer, the insured 
person or the person otherwise entitled to make a 
claim under Part IV shall furnish a certificate from a 
qualified medical practitioner or psychological advi- 
sor of the insured person's choice as to the cause and 
nature of the injury for which the claim is made, an 
estimate of the duration of the disability caused by 
the accident and a treatment plan. 

(2) In respect of claims under Part IV, the insurer 
may, on reasonable notice, require an examination of 
the insured person by a qualified medical practition- 
er, psychological advisor or chiropractor as often as it 
reasonably requires, and require an autopsy of a 
deceased insured person in accordance with the law 
relating to autopsies. 

(3) The insurer will pay the reasonable cost of 
examinations under subsection (1) if the cost is not 
payable under any insurance plan or law or under any 
other plan or law. 

(4) The insurer will pay the cost of all certificates 
under subsection (1) and for all examinations and 
certificates under subsection (2). O. Reg. 273/90, 
s. 23. 

PAYMENT OF CLAIMS, REFUSAL TO PAY 

24. — (1) Amounts payable under Parts II, III and 
V are overdue if not mailed or otherwise delivered by 
the insurer within thirty days after it has received a 
completed application for no-fault benefits. 

(2) Amounts payable under Part IV are overdue if 
not mailed or otherwise delivered by the insurer 
within ten days after it has received a completed 
application for no-fault benefits or if the insurer fails 
to make a payment required by subsection (3). 

(3) Payments under Parts IV and V shall be 
mailed or otherwise delivered at least once every sec- 
ond week while the insurer remains liable to the 
insured person. 

(4) The insurer will pay interest on overdue pay- 
ments from the date they become overdue at the rate 
of 2 per cent per month. 



(5) Subsection (3) does not apply if the insurer 
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(6) Despite subsections (1), (2) and (3), a payment 
is not overdue if, at the time it would have become 
payable, the certificate required by subsection 23 (1) 
has not been received by the insurer, six weeks have 
passed since the insurer received the completed 
application for no-fault benefits and the insurer has 
not waived the requirement that the certificate be 
supplied. 

(7) If subsection (6) applies, the payment becomes 
overdue if the amount payable is not mailed or other- 
wise delivered by the insurer within ten days after the 
insurer has received the certificate. 

(8) If the insurer refuses to pay an amount claimed 
in an application for no-fault benefits, the insurer 
shall forthwith give written notice to the insured per- 
son giving the reasons for the refusal. O. Reg. 
273/90, s. 24. 



RESTRICTION ON PROCEEDINGS 

25. No person may commence a mediation pro- 
ceeding under section 242b of the Insurance Act in 
respect of benefits under this Schedule unless the 
requirements of section 22 have been satisfied and 
the insured person has made himself or herself rea- 
sonably available for any examination required under 
section 23. O. Reg. 273/90, s. 25. 



TIME LIMIT FOR PROCEEDINGS 

26. A mediation proceeding under section 242b of 
the Insurance Act in respect of benefits under this 
Schedule must be commenced within two years from 
the insurer's refusal to pay the amount claimed in the 
application for no-fault benefits or, if the person has 
attended school or accepted, or returned to, an occu- 
pation or employment, as permitted by section 16, 
within two years of the insurer's refusal to pay further 
benefits. O. Reg. 273/90, s. 26. 



REPAYMENTS TO INSURER 

27. — (1) A person must repay to the insurer any 
benefit received under this Schedule that is paid to 
the person through error or fraud. 

(2) A person must repay to the insurer any benefit 
received under sections 12 and 13 that is paid to him 
or her if the person or the person in respect of whom 
the payment was made was disqualified from pay- 
ment under section 17. 

(3) A person must repay to the insurer any benefit 
received under sections 12 and 13 to the extent of any 
payments received by the person that are deductible 
from benefits under subsection 12 (4) or 13 (3). 

(4) The insurer may charge interest from the day 
the amount owing to the insurer under this section is 
determined at the bank rate on that day. 

(5) In subsection (4), "bank rate" means the bank 
rate established by the Bank of Canada as the mini- 
mum rate at which the Bank of Canada makes short 
term advances to the banks listed in Schedule 1 to the 
Bank Act (Canada). O. Reg. 273/90, s. 27. 

COPIES OF SCHEDULE 

28. The insurer, at a named insured person's 
request, will provide a copy of this Schedule to the 
person without charge. O. Reg. 273/90, s. 28. 

FORMS 

29. — (1) An initial application for benefits under 
Part II, IV or V shall be in Form 1 and an application 
for additional benefits shall be in Form 2. 

(2) An application for benefits under Part III shall 
be in Form 3. 

(3) A certificate required by subsection 23 (1) 
shall be in Form 4. O. Reg. 273/90, s. 29. 



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Form 1 

Insurance Act 
No-Fault Benefits Schedule 



O. Reg. 273/90 



No-Fault Benefits Schedule 



Insurer Identification (Name and Address) 


Ontario Automobile Insurance 
Application for Accident Benefits 


Insurer No. 


Claim No. 


Name ol Policy Holder 


Policy No. Claiming Under 



This form is to be completed by or on behalf of any person injured and claiming no-fault accident benefits as a result of an 

automobile accident. 

This form must be sent to the insurance company you are claiming against. 

Be sure to include the name of the person whose policy you are claiming under and their policy number, particularly if it is not your own policy. 

In answering the questions about your employment, be sure to include both your income for the last four weeks and for the last 52 weeks, 

since your entitlement is based on the better of each of these. 



1 


Identity of Claimant - To be completed by person injured in automobile accident 


Mr Last Name 
_ Mrs. 
Z Ms. 


First Name 


Mid. Init 


Date 

of 1 
Birth 1 


Year 

1 1 1 


Montti 

1 , 


Day 

1 



Street Address, P 0. Box or Rural Route 



City, Town. Village 



Country 



Postal / Zip Code 



Area Code - Home teleptione No. 



Area Code - Work Teteptione No. 



English Z. French „" Other (specify) 



What is the ^ by telephone 
best way to _ by personal visit 
reach you? .^ other (specify): 



_at home 
I at work 
^ other place (specify): 



between the hours ol: 
tZ and 



2 Claimant's Representative 



To be conripleted only if the applicant is deceased, a minor or unable to file an application on his or her own or 
has retained a representative. 



Representing the Claimant as 

I I Parent I I Guardian 



Dl 



I I Executor. Administrator or Trustee 



I i Other - specify: 



Area Code - Work Telephone No. 



Name ol Firm/Organization 



Area Code - Fax No 



Street Address, P.O. Box or Rural Route 



Representative's File Reference 



City, Town. Village 



Province or State 



Postal / Zip Code 



3 Details of Accident 



Date of 
Accident 



Month Day 



To your knowledge rn ^ 
did a Police Officer bd ^^^ 
investigate accident? UNo 



Time of 
Accident 



— I 1 1 \ 1 1 I I 1 1 

If yes, Name of Police Force, Detachment or Division 



A.M. 
P.M. 



The Claimant was Specify 

I 1 A Driver I I A Passenger I I Other 



Did the accident occur while you were 

in the course ol your employment? LJYes 



Dno 



Was a claim filed with the Workers' Compensation Board or an agency outside 
Ontario responsible for compensating victims ol work related accidents? 



Dves Dno 



Precise Location of Accident - Highway No.. Name ol Street/Road 



Near the Intersection ol 



City, Town, Village 



Province or State 



Country 



Brief Description of Accident 



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4 Insurance Details or Automobile Information 



Were you insured under any automobile insurance poiicy on tfie date of the accident? 
n Yes (Complete the next two lines below and then go on to Section 5) 



Licence Plate No 



D Other (Specify): 



D No - Complete vehicle information below. 

You were: LJ Driver D Passenger U Pedestrian 

You are claiming against: D your own policy (see above) 

D ttie vetiicie in wtiicti you were a passenger (fill in below) 
n the vehicle that hit you (fill in below) 



CH another vehicle (fill in below) 

CD an unidentified or uninsured vehicle 



□ Mr Automobile Owner - Last Name 
D Mrs. 

D Ms. 


First Name Middle Initial 


Area Code ■ Home Telephone No. 

1 1 1 1 ,, . J 1 1 1 1 


Street Address. P Box or Rural Route 


Apt 


Area Code - Work Telephone No 

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 


City. Town. Village 


Province or State 


Country 


Postal / Zip Code 


Insurer 


Policy Number 


Automobile (description - Make 


Model 


Model Year 


Licence Plate No 


Province/Stale 


Automobile Type 






. 




Other (Specify) 



I I I — ^ I — I Motorized | — , Off Road 

LI Passenger Automobile i I Motorcycle I I Snow Vehicle I — I Vehicle 



D: 



Dbus n 



Did you report this accident to any other insurer? 
Dves Dno If Yes. give details 



3 



5 Claimant's Medical Condition as a Result of Accident 



Did you receive medical attention following the accident? Dves Dno 



If Yes. Facility where you were treated 



Street Address 



City, Town, Village 



Province or State 



Postal/Zip Code 



Treating Physician - Last Name 



Street Address P.O Box. or Rural Route 



City. Town. Village 



Province or State 



Country 



Postal/Zip Code 



Nature and Extent of Injuries Sustained as a Result of Accident 



If you were Emptoyed at Time of Accident - Do injuries sustained prevent you from perlorr^ing the essential tasks of your empk>yment? Explair 



If you were Not Emptoyed at Time of Accident - [}o you suffer a substantial inability to perform the essential tasks in which you would normally engage? Explain 



Were you unable to continue If yes. from what date? 

your work/studies/normal w^_, u„„,h n»., 

activities as a result of the ^^^' '^°""' "^i' 

accident? i i i 

DYes QNo III 



Have you returned 
to work/studies/ 
normal activities? 



If yes. state when: 
Year Month Day 



If Claimant Time of Death 

f^tSit'of' ^««' ^^o""' °»y "°"' Dam 



□ f 



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Claimant's Employment 



At the time of the accident you were: 

[J Employed LJ On a Temporary Lay-Off 

D Self-Employed Dwas Entitled to Start Work within 1 Year 

If unemployed, have you worked 180 days out of the last 12 months? 

If Yes, complete the employment section 

Most Recent Employer 



D Unemployed 

D Unpaid Homemaker 



D Full-Time Student 
D Retired 



Name or Business Name 


Contact Person 


Area Code - 

1 1 


Work Telephone No. 
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


Street Address, P Box, or Rural Route 


Area Code - 

1 1 


Fax Number 

1 1 1 1 1 1 


City, Town, Village 


Province or State 


Country 


Postal/Zip Code 


Type of n Full-Time D Casual 
Employment Q Part-Time D Seasonal 


D Self-Employed 


D Other (specify) 




Occupation 



Brief Job Description (Essential Tasks) 



Description of Physical Tasks 



Income from Employment 



How are you paid? D Weekly 


III Bi-weekly D Monthly D Other (specify) 








Gross Weekly Income Last 4 Weeks Preceding Accident 


Gross Income for 52 Weeks Preceding Accident 


Salary 


Week 1 


Week 2 


Week 3 


Week 4 


No. of Weeks Worked 


Gross Income 


Tips, Commissions 














Other Monetary Compensation 














Total 















Other Employer (if any) 



Name or Business Name 



Contact Person 



Area Code - Work Telephone No 

J I I I I L 



Street Address, P O Box, or Rural Route 



Area Code - Fax Number 



City, Town, Village 



Province or State 



Country 



Postal/Zip Code 



Type of n Full-Time 

Employment Q Part-Time 



n Casual 
D Seasonal 



Self 
n Employed 



D Other (specify) 



Brief Job Description (Essential Tasks) 



Description of Physical Tasks 



Income from Employment 



How are you paid? D Weekly 


n Bi-weekly D Monthly D Other (specify) 








Gross Weekly Income Last 4 Weeks Preceding Accident 


Gross Income for 52 Weeks Preceding Accident 


Salary 


Week 1 


Week 2 


Weeks 


Week 4 


No. of Weeks Worked 


Gross Income 


Tips, Commissions 














Other Monetary Compensation 














Total 















Are you insured under any other sick leave plan or income continuation benefit plan? 
[J Yes Dno If yes, please explain: 



Declaration 



An application for accident benefits must be signed by the claimant or the claimant's representative where the claimant is a minor or is unable to sign. 
I certify in good faith that the information provided is true. 



Signature of Claimant or Representative 



ÀB-3 May 16 



Name of Person Signing (Please Print) 



O. Reg. 273/90, Form 1. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
Form 2 

Insurance Act 
No-Fault Benefits Schedule 



3383 



Form 2 No-Fault Benefits Schedule 



Insurer Idenlitication (Name and Address) 


Ontario Automobile Insurance 
Application for Additional Accident Benefits 


Insurer No 


Claim No 


Name of Policy Holder 


Date Year Month Day 

of . II 
Accident I i i i 1 i 1 i 


Policy No Claiming Under 



Instructions 

• This form should be used to claim expenses related to the injury and not covered under any law or any other insurance plan. Such 
expenses include medication, rehabilitation, medical expenses not covered by the Health Insurance System, personal care and child care. 

• It should be sent to the same insurer to which you sent the application for accident benefits. 

• This claim form may be submitted as often as necessary, as expenses arise. Originals of receipts should be attached if available. If not, 
an explanation should be attached. Keep copies for your own records. 



1 


Identity of Claimant - To be completed by person injured in automobile accident or their representative 


^" Mr Last Name 
Zl Mrs 
Z Ms 


First Name Mid Init 


Dale 

01 , 
Birtti 1 


Year 

1 1 1 


Month Day 

1,1, 


Stre< 


St Address, P Box or Rural Route 








Apt 



City, Town, Village 



Province or State 



Postal / Zip Code 



2 Claimant's Expenses - Attach original receipts 



Item 



Date 



Description of Service and Name of Service Provider 



Total Amount $ 



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2 


Claimants Expenses (continued) - Attach Original Receipts 


Hem 


Date 


Description of Service and Name of Service Provider 


Amount 






























































































































































































Total Amount 


$ 



3 Claimant's Dependants - To be completed when requesting Primary Caregiver Benefits 



Are you the primary caregiver of a child under 16 or a person dependant on you because of physical or mental incapacity? 

DYes DNo 

If yes, list dependants who reside with you. 



Name 


Date of Birth 
Year Month Day 


Name 


Date of Birth 
Year Month Day 




,1,1. 




,1,1, 




,1,1, 




,1,1, 




,1,1, 




,1,1, 



4 Declaration by Claimant 



A supplementary application for accident benefits must be signed by the claimant or the claimant's representative where he or she is unable to sign. 
I certify in good faith that the information provided Is true. 



Signature of Claimant or Representative 


Name of Person Signing (Please Print) 


Date 



O. Reg. 273/90, Form 2. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
Fonn3 

Insurance Act 
No-Fault Benefits Schedule 



3385 



Form 3 No-Fault Benefits Schedule 



Insurer Identification (Name and Address) 


Ontario Automobile Insurance 
Death and Funeral Payment Request 


Insurer No 


Claim No 


Name o< Pokey Holder Date Year Montti Day I Pokey No Claiming Under 

0* i . 
AccKJenI ' 



This form should be completed by or on behalf of the deceased's spouse or dependants. If more than one person is claiming 
benefits, as spouse or dependant, they should claim together, but may claim separately If necessary. 



1 Identity of Deceased 



Mid Init Dale 
I o( , 
1 Biftti I 



Sireet Address P O Box or Rural Houle 



City. Town. Village 


Province or State 


Country 


Post^ / Zip Code 


Date and Time of Dealli 
Year . Montti . Day 


Hour 


Da-M. 

_PM 


Mantal Status of Deeeased 

Z2 Married _ Single 


_ Separated 


^Divorced 


. Common-iaw 


Zwidowter) 



2 Identity of Person Making Claim 



Making Clatm as 

~ Spouse "Parent ""Guardian 


Dependant 


LI! Lawyer 


^J Executor. Administrator or Trustee 


L^Otfier • specify 


~ Mr Last Name 
Z Mrs 
Z Ms 


First Name 


MkJ mit 


Area Code - Telephone No 


Name of Firm/Organizalion (if appkeaUe) 


Area Code Fax No 

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


Street Address. P O Box or Rural Route 


File Reteranee (if ^jpkeable) 



City, Town, ViUage 



Province or State 



(Country 



I Postal / Zip Code 



3 Payment Requested 



G Funeral (complete section 4) 

n Other (specify and complete section 4) 



_ Dependants (complete section 5) 



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4 


Details of Expenses - Attach original receipts 


Item 


Date 


Description of Service and Name of Service Provider 


Amount 


























































































Total Amount 


S 


5 


Deceased's Dependents 


□ Mr. Last Name 
n Mrs. 
D Ms. 


First Name Mid. Inil. 


Date Year Month Day 

of 1 II 
Birth i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 



Street Address, P O Box or Rural Route 



City, Town. Village 


Province or State 


Country 


Postal / Zip Code 


Area Code - Home Telephone No 

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


Area Code - Work Telephone No. 

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


Language 
Preferred 


D English D French 


n Other (specify) 


Relationship to Deceased 















D Mr. 
O Mrs. 
n Ms. 



Month Day 



Street Address. P.O Box or Rural Route 



City. Town, Village 



Province or State 



Postal / Zip Code 



Area Code - Home Telephone No. 



Area Code - Work Telephone No 



Language 
Preferred 



D English D French D Other (specify) 



Relationship to Deceased 



n Mr. 
□ Mrs. 
D Ms. 



Month Day 



Street Address. P O Box or Rural Route 



Apt 



City. Town. Village 



Province or State 



Postal / Zip Code 



Area Code - Home Telephone No 

I I I I I I I I L 



Area Code ■ Work Telephone No 

I I I I I I I I 



Language 

Preferred C English 



□ French D Other (specify) 



Relationship to Deceased 



Is there any other person who may be entitled to make a claim for these benefits? 
Dves LJNo If Yes. please specify. 



6 Declaration 



I cenify in good faith that the information provided is true. 



Signature 


Name of Person Signing (Please Print) 


Date 



O. Reg. 273/90, Form 3. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
Form 4 

Insurance Act 
No-Fault Benefits Schedule 



3387 



Form 4 No-Fault Benefits Schedule 



Insurer Identification (Name and Address) 


Ontario Automobile Insurance 
Medical or Psychological Report 


hnurerNo 


Claim No 


Nameo* Pokey Holder 


Pdecy No. Claiming UnOef 


Date (X Acodenl Year Month Day j 0«e ol F»s« Vist Year Month Day | 



Instructions 

• This form must be completed and forwarded to tfie insurer within six weeks of your application for accident benefits, unless your 
insurer informs you that it is not needed. 

• In tne spaces provided above these instructions the claimant should fill in the name of the policy holder, policy numt)er and date information. 
The claimant should also complete section 1 . 

• The rest of the form should be completed and signed by your physician or psychologist. 



1 


Identity of Claimant 


Mr l-^st Name 
" Mrs 
Ms. 


Fits! Name 




Mid 


Init 


Date 

o( 1 
Birtti I 


Year Month Day 

,,,1,1, 






Am Code 


- Home Telephone No 




Area Code 


- Work Telaptione No. 

1 1 

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


Strw 


9) Address. P Box or Rural Roule 












Apt. 



City. Town. Vîlage 



Province or SHta 



Postal / Zip Code 



Brief Descript i on of Accident 



2 Treating Practitioner 



Dr. 



Mid Init I Area Code - WorV Telephone No 



Street Address P O Boi or Rural Route 



I Area Code - Fax No 



City ToKBi. Village 



Province or Slate 



Postal / Zip Code 



SPfoaty _ Other Physician 
■. Family Physician (specify) 



Psychologist Mother (specify) . 



3 Examination/Objective Rndings 



Dale you most Year Month Day t 

recently examined , I i I 

this patient | , , , | , | , | 



Ptiysicai and Mental FirxJings and Limitations (for medical use) 



Oltier Umitations (psychological/psychiatric) 



When did symptoms first appear? 



Have you treated this patient lor the same or similar condrtnn prior to tt«e accident Onckxtng preexisting conditions wtMCh may be exacert>ated t>y the current inpiry)'' 
If yes. state when and describe bnelty. ^ 



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4 Investigations/Test Results 



(Include Dates) 



5 Diagnosis or Classification 



Primary 



6 Treatment Plan 



Yes No Description 

Investigations D D 



Description 



D n 



Physiotherapy D D 



D D 



Plan of Return Visits 

CUno further visits planned U Further visits planned to 


Year 

1 1 1 


Month 

1 1 


Day 

1 










7 


Duration of Disability 



What, after discussion, is the estin^ate of 
when the claimant will be able to return 
to work or normal activities? 



8 Signature of Physician or Psychologist 



Signature 



The fee for completion of this form is not a health care benefit of the Ontario Ministry of Health. That fee, and the cost of any examina- 
tions not covered by the Health Insurance System, should be billed to the automobile insurer to whom this form is submitted. 

Submission of a completed and signed form to the insurer constitutes a request for payment for its completion. No other invoice will 
be submitted. 



O. Reg. 273/90, Form 4. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3389 



INSURANCE ACT 

O. Reg. 274/90. 

Uninsured Automobile Coverage. 
Made— May 30th, 1990. 
Filed— May 30th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 535 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

INSURANCE ACT 

1. — (1) Subsection 2 (1) of the Schedule to sec- 
tion 1 of Regulation 535 of Revised Regu- 
lations of Ontario, 1980 is amended by 
striking out ''or" at the end of clause (e), 
by adding "or" at the end of clause (f) 
and by adding the following clause: 

(g) for any loss or damage that occurs while the 
insured automobile is being operated by an 
excluded driver. 

(2) Section 3 of the Schedule is revoked and 
the following substituted: 

3. — (1) This section applies if an unidentified 
automobile has caused bodily injury or death to a 
person insured under the contract. 

(2) The person, or his or her representative, shall 
report the accident to a police officer, peace officer 
or judicial officer within twenty-four hours after it 
occurs or as soon as is practicable after that time. 

(3) The person, or his or her representative, shall 
give the insurer a written statement within thirty days 
after the accident occurs or as soon as is practicable 
after that date setting out the details of the accident. 

(4) The statement shall state whether the accident 
was caused by a person whose identity cannot be 
ascertained and whether the person insured under 
the contract was injured or killed and property was 
damaged in the accident. 

(5) The person, or his or her representative, shall 
make available for inspection by the insurer upon 
request the automobile in which the person was an 
occupant when the accident occurred. 

(3) Sections 6, 7, 8 and 9 of the Schedule are 
revoked and the following substituted: 

NOTICE AND PROOF OF CLAIM 

6. — (1) A person entitled to make a claim in 
respect of the bodily injury or death of a person 



insured under the contract shall do so in accordance 
with this section. 

(2) The claimant shall give the insurer written 
notice of the claim within thirty days after the acci- 
dent or as soon as is practicable after that date. 

(3) The claimant shall give the insurer, within 
ninety days after the accident or as soon as is practi- 
cable after that date, such proof as is reasonably pos- 
sible in the circumstances of the accident, the result- 
ing loss and the claim. 

(4) The claimant shall provide the insurer upon 
request with a certificate of the medical or psycholog- 
ical advisor of the person insured under the contract 
stating the cause of the injury or death and, if appli- 
cable, the nature of the injury and the expected dura- 
tion of any disability. 

(5) The claimant shall provide the insurer with the 
details of any other insurance policy, other than a life 
insurance policy, to which the claimant may have 
recourse. 

(6) Statutory condition 4 of subsection 207 (2) of 
the Act applies with necessary modifications with 
respect to a claim for damage to the insured automo- 
bile or its contents. 

MEDICAL EXAMINATIONS 

7. — (1) On reasonable notice, the insurer may 
require the person insured under the contract to 
undergo an examination by a medical or psychologi- 
cal advisor as often as the insurer reasonably 
requires. 

(2) The insurer may require an autopsy, in accor- 
dance with the law relating to autopsies, of a 
deceased person insured under the contract. 

(3) The insurer shall pay for an examination or 
autopsy that it requires under this section. 

(4) The insurer shall provide a copy of a medical 
report or of the results of an autopsy obtained under 
this section to a person making a claim under the con- 
tract, or to the person's representative, upon request. 

LIMITATIONS 

8. — (1) No person is entitled to bring an action to 
recover an amount provided for under the contract, 
as required by subsection 231 (1) of the Act, unless 
the requirements of this Schedule with respect to the 
claim have been complied with. 

(2) An action or proceeding against an insurer in 
respect of loss or damage to the insured automobile 
or its contents shall be commenced within one year 
after the loss or damage occurs. 

(3) An action or proceeding against an insurer in 
respect of bodily injury or death, or in respect of loss 



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or damage to property other than the insured auto- 
mobile or its contents, shall be commenced within 
two years after the cause of action arises. 

LIMIT ON AMOUNT PAYABLE 

9. If a person insured under the contract is entitled 
to receive benefits under more than one contract pro- 
viding insurance of the type described in subsection 
231 (1) of the Act, the person, any person claiming 
through or under the person or any person claiming 
under Part V of the Family Law Act, 1986 is entitled 
to recover only an amount equal to one benefit. 



2. 



24/90 



This Regulation comes into force on the 
day on which section 231a of the 
Insurance Act comes into force. 



INSURANCE ACT 



O. Reg. 275/90. 
Automobile Insurance. 
Made— May 30th, 1990. 
Filed— May 30th, 1990. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
INSURANCE ACT 

AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE 

Application for Automobile Insurance 
{Section 203a of the Act) 

1. Form 1 is prescribed as the application form for 
contracts of automobile insurance. O. Reg. 275/90, 
s. 1. 

2. No insurer shall use a form of application other 
than Form 1 for contracts insuring personal 
automobiles. O. Reg. 275/90, s. 2. 

Monthly Premium Payments 
(Section 207 of the Act) 

3, — (1) This section applies with respect to statu- 
tory condition Ic set out in section 207 of the Act. 

(2) In any year, an insurer is required to permit 
insureds to pay their premiums in instalments if, dur- 
ing the preceding year, the insurer together with its 
affiliates insured more than 10,000 private passenger 
automobiles in Ontario. 

(3) An insurer is required to permit an insured to 
pay the premium in instalments only if, 

(a) the contract insures at least one private pas- 
senger automobile; and 



(b) the total annual premium payable under the 
contract exceeds $300. 

(4) As a precondition for permitting an insured to 
pay the premium in instalments, an insurer may 
require that the insured, 

(a) make an initial payment equal to two 
monthly instalments of the premium; and 

(b) agree to make all payments under the con- 
tract by pre-authorized payment from the 
insured's account at a financial institution. 

(5) The maximum interest rate that an insurer may 
charge for instalment payments is 3 per cent of the 
total premium payable under a contract. 

(6) The amount of each instalment payment shall 
be calculated as blended principal and interest. 

(7) An insurer who is not required to permit its 
insureds to pay their premiums in instalments but 
who chooses to do so is subject to the same require- 
ments as those insurers who are required to permit 
their insureds to pay their premiums in instalments. 

(8) This section comes into force on the day on 
which section 45 of the Insurance Statute Law 
Amendment Act, 1990 comes into force. O. Reg. 
275/90, s. 3. 

Exemption from Notice 
(Section 208a of the Act) 

4. Insurers are exempted from section 208a of the 
Act with respect to contracts of automobile insurance 
that insure groups of at least five vehicles that are 
under common ownership or management and that 
are used for business, commercial or public purposes. 
O. Reg. 275/90, s. 4. 

Refusal to Issue Contracts 
(Section 208b of the Act) 

5. — (1) No insurer shall decline to issue, refuse to 
renew or terminate any contract of automobile insur- 
ance or refuse to provide or continue any coverage or 
endorsement solely because, 

(a) the applicant or another person who would 
be an insured person under the contract is 
or was insured by the Facility Association; 
or 

(b) another insurer declined to issue or renew 
another contract of automobile insurance 
for the applicant or another person who 
would be an insured person under the con- 
tract. 

(2) In deciding whether to issue, renew or termi- 
nate any contract of automobile insurance or to pro- 
vide or continue any coverage or endorsement, the 
insurer shall not consider. 



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(a) the existence of a physical or mental disabil- 
ity affecting a person who would be an 
insured person under the contract; 

(b) the number of persons who would become 
insured persons under the contract or their 
state of heahh or life expectancy; 

(c) the occupation, profession or employment 
circumstances of any person who would be 
an insured person under the contract; 

(d) the level of income of any person who 
would be an insured person under the con- 
tract; 

(e) the existence or non-existence of a medical, 
surgical, dental or hospitalization plan or 
any other arrangement or plan providing 
coverage to a person who would be an 
insured person under the contract for ser- 
vices and treatment that the insurer would 
otherwise be required to pay for under the 
No-Fault Benefits Schedule; 

(f) the existence or non-existence of an income 
continuation benefit plan, a sick leave plan 
or any other arrangement or plan providing 
coverage to a person who would be an 
insured person under the contract for bene- 
fits that the insurer would otherwise be 
required to pay for under the No-Fault 
Benefits Schedule; 

(g) a request by the applicant to purchase any 
optional benefit established under clause 
98(1) (ba) of the Act; 

(h) any past claim under Schedule C of the Act 
or under the No-Fault Benefits Schedule 
arising out of an incident for which a person 
who would be an insured person under the 
contract was not at fault; or 

(i) any past claim for loss or damage, arising 
directly or indirectly from the use or opera- 
tion of an automobile, for which a person 
who would be an insured person under the 
contract was not at fault. 

(3) In deciding whether to issue, renew or termi- 
nate a contract providing only third party liability 
coverage in any amount and the benefits and cover- 
ages described in subsection 231 (1) (uninsured auto- 
mobile coverage) and section 232 (no-fault benefits) 
of the Act, the insurer shall not consider whether a 
person who would be an insured person under the 
contract has made any past claim for loss or damage 
to an automobile, including its equipment, caused by 
any peril other than collision or upset. O. Reg. 
275/90, s. 5. 

Direct Compensation — Property Damage 
{Clause 230a (5) (b) of the Act) 

6. — (1) For the purpose of clause 230a (5) (b) of 
the Act, the insurer of an automobile that is in the 



care, custody or control of a person who is engaged in 
the business of selling, repairing, maintaining, servic- 
ing, storing or parking automobiles is entitled to 
indemnification from the person. 

(2) The amount of the indemnity is limited to that 
proportion of the loss that is attributable to the fault, 
as determined under the fault determination rules, of 
the person or of an employee or agent of the person. 
O. Reg. 275/90, s. 6. 

7. — (1) For the purpose of clause 230a (5) (b) of 
the Act, the insurer of an automobile that is being 
towed by another automobile is entitled to indemnifi- 
cation from the lessee or, if there is no lessee, from 
the owner of the automobile towing it, 

(a) if the lessee or owner, as the case may be, is 
engaged in the business of towing automo- 
biles; or 

(b) if the automobile towing the insured auto- 
mobile has a gross vehicle weight greater 
than 4,500 kilograms. 

(2) The amount of the indemnity is limited to that 
proportion of the loss that is attributable to the fault, 
as determined under the fault determination rules, of 
the driver of the automobile that is towing the 
insured automobile. O. Reg. 275/90, s. 7. 

8. — (1) For the purpose of clause 230a (5) (b) of 
the Act, the insurer of an automobile the contents of 
which suffer damage in an amount greater than 
$20,000 is entitled to indemnification from the insur- 
er of the other automobile involved in the incident. 

(2) The amount of the indemnity is limited to that 
proportion of the loss over $20,000 that is attribut- 
able to the fault, as determined under the fault deter- 
mination rules, of the driver of the other automobile. 
O. Reg. 275/90, s. 8. 



Indemnification for No-Fault Benefits 
(Section 239b of the Act) 

9. — (1) In this section, 

'first party insurer" means the insurer responsible 
under subsection 232 (2) of the Act for the pay- 
ment of no-fauh benefits; 

'heavy commercial vehicle" means a vehicle with a 
gross vehicle weight greater than 4,500 kilograms 
that is used primarily to transport materials, goods, 
tools or ea uioment : 



tools or equipment; 



'motorcycle" means a self-propelled vehicle with a 
seat or saddle for the use of the driver, steered by 
handlebars and designed to travel on not more 
than three wheels in contact with the ground, and 
includes a motor scooter and a motor assisted 
bicycle as defined in the Highway Traffic Act; 



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"motorized snow vehicle" means a motorized snow 
veiiicle as defined in the Motorized Snow Vehicles 
Act; 

"off-road vehicle" means an off-road vehicle as 
defined in the Off -Road Vehicles Act; 

"second party insurer" means an insurer required 
under section 239b of the Act to indemnify the first 
party insurer. 

(2) A second party insurer under a policy insuring 
any class of automobile other than motorcycles, off- 
road vehicles and motorized snow vehicles is obligat- 
ed under section 239b of the Act to indemnify a first 
party insurer, 

(a) if the person receiving no-fault benefits 
from the first party insurer is claiming them 
under a policy insuring a motorcycle and, 

(i) if the motorcycle was involved in the 
incident out of which the responsibil- 
ity to pay no-fault benefits arises, or 

(ii) if motorcycles and motorized snow 
vehicles are the only types of vehicle 
insured under the policy; or 

(b) if the person receiving no-fault benefits 
from the first party insurer is claiming them 
under a policy insuring a motorized snow 
vehicle and, 

(i) if the motorized snow vehicle was 
involved in the incident out of which 
the responsibility to pay no-fault 
benefits arises, or 

(ii) if motorcycles and motorized snow 
vehicles are the only types of vehicle 
insured under the policy. 

(3) A second party insurer under a policy insuring 
a heavy commercial vehicle is obligated under section 
239b of the Act to indemnify a first party insurer 
unless the person receiving no-fault benefits from the 
first party insurer is claiming them under a policy 
insuring a heavy commercial vehicle. O. Reg. 
275/90, s. 9. 



Application of Sections 369 to 372b of the Act 

10.— (1) Sections 369 to 372b of the Act apply in 
respect of contracts of automobile insurance written 
on Ontario Policy Form 1 or 2. 

(2) Sections 369 to 372b of the Act apply in respect 
of all types of endorsements to contracts of auto- 
mobile insurance written on Ontario Policy Form 1 
or 2. 

(3) Despite subsections (1) and (2), sections 369 to 
372b of the Act do not apply to contracts of auto- 
mobile insurance that insure groups of at least five 
vehicles that are under common ownership or man- 
agement and that are used for business, commercial 
or public purposes or to any endorsements of those 
contracts. O. Reg. 275/90, s. 10. 

Prohibited Classes of Risk Exposure 
(Sections 369 to 372b of the Act) 

11. — (1) Insurers are prohibited from using the 
classes of risk exposure described in this section for 
the purpose of determining the rates for each cover- 
age and category of automobile insurance. 

(2) No class of risk exposure shall use past claims 
for which an insured person was not at fault. 

(3) No class of risk exposure shall use the exis- 
tence or non-existence of a medical, surgical, dental 
or hospitalization plan or any other arrangement or 
plan providing coverage to a person who would be an 
insured person under the contract for services and 
treatment that the insurer would otherwise be 
required to pay for under the No-Fault Benefits 
Schedule. 

(4) No class of risk exposure shall use the exis- 
tence or non-existence of an income continuation 
plan, a sick leave plan or any other arrangement or 
plan providing coverage to a person who would be an 
insured person under the contract for benefits that 
the insurer would otherwise be required to pay for 
under the No-Fault Benefits Schedule. 

(5) This section applies only with respect to con- 
tracts of automobile insurance that come into effect 
on or after the date on which section 372b of the Act 
comes into force. O. Reg. 275/90, s. 11. 



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Form 1 

Insurance Act 



Ontario 

Application for 

Automobile 

Insurance 

Owner's Form (O.A.F. No. 1) 

Notice to Applicant 

This is your Application for Automobile Insurance. 

Check it carefully and notify your 

Broker/Agent of any errors or of any changes 

in the future. 



Some of the terms used in this 
application are explained on page 13 



Retain this document for your Records. 



Insurance Company 



Broker/Agent 



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Ontario Application for Automobile Insurance 
Owner's Form (O.A.F. No. 1) 



Policy No. Assigned 



New Policy Replacing Policy No. 

□ D 



Company Bill Brolter/Agenl Bill Other (specify) 

_ D D D 



Language Prelerted 

I I English i I French 



Insurance Company (hereinafter called the Insurer) 


Broker/Agent Code<s) 






Item 




1 1 1 Applicant - Full Name and Postal Adtdress (include County, District) 


Leased Automobile - Lessor's Full Name and Postal Address | 














Postal Code 




^ , . .. ^ Residence: ( ) 




(including Area Code) Business: ( ) 


Postal Code 



2 Policy Period - All times are local times at the applicant's postal address stated herein 



Dale: Year 



Day 



From: 



I I a.m. I I p.m. 



To: 12:01 a.m. 



Particulars of the Described Automobile(s) - Each described automobile is and will be chiefly used in 
the vicinity of the applicant's address shown above unless otherwise stated in the Remarks Section. 



Trade Name (Malte) 



Model or C.C. 



No. of Cylinders Gross Vehicle Weight 



Vehicle Identification No. (V.I.N./Serial No.) 



è\ 



Purchased/Leased 



Year Month New Used 



Purchase Price 
(including options) 



leas. Bus. „u,g Farm „g,ji,| 



Automobile Use 



Com' 



Corn- 



Commuting 

Distance 

One Way 

(Km) 



Estimated 
Annual Driving 
Distance (km) 



If automobile used for car pools 

No. of 

Pass. 



If automobile powered by other 
than gasoline or diesel 
engine, slate details 



Stale Détails in Ramarks Section 



Auio. NoJ Specify LJenholdar — Name 



Is the Applicant both the Registered Owner and the Actual Owner of Ihe described automobile? 



No II no, stale details in Remarks Section 



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L^ 


Driver Information - 


List all drivers of the described automobile(s) in the household 


or business 


1 




Date o( Binh 


Sex 


Martial 


On"*' 1 NtiTM ts Shown on Driver's Licence 


Driver's Licence No. 


Year 


Month 


Day 


Status 


1 
2 

3 
4 




























































CkM» 


Dale Firsi Licenced in Canada 


Percentage Use of Each 
Automobile by Each Driver 


*a 1 To the knowledge o( the applicant, has any driver's licence, vehcie 
1 permit or similar authorization issued to any person in the 


No. 


cta»atÊ 


Clus 


Year 


Month 


Uc 
Class 


Year 


Monlh 


Auto. 1 


Auto 2 


Auto. 3 


household or business been suspended or cancelled within the last 
6 years? 


1 

2 
3 
4 






















1 1 Yes (slate details m Remarks Section) 1 1 No 
























4(,l Are there any other persms in the household or business who are 
1 licenced to drive? 










































[J Yes (state details in 


Remarks Section) 1 1 No 



4c If licencad in Canada 6 years or less, driving experience in arratlier country may be recognized it satisfactory evidence is provided. Slate details in Remarks Section 



I the knowledge of tlw applicant, lias cancelled the automobile insurance of the applicant or drivers shown within the last 3 years, stale: 
Reason 



Policy No. H available 



Slate detaib of appli- 
cant's rnost recent 
automobile insurance 



Policy No- 



Expiry Date (Year/Monlfi/Day) 



1 5 


Claims and Conviction History | 




Give 
oper 

Driver 
No. 


detal 
ation 

Auto. 
No. 


is o( all accidents an 
of any automobile 

Date 
Year Monlh Day 


d claims paid or outstanding arising from the ownersiiip of any automobile by any listed driver, or due to tl^ 
by any listed driver during the last 6 years. 

Type of 1 Amount Paid i 1 

Claim' 1 or Estimate | Sa | Description (Use Remarks Section M necessary) 




























































Give 
Driver 
No. 


details of ail conviction 

Date Convicted 

Year Montli Day 


s arising from the operation of any automobile In the last 3 years. 
Sb 1 Description (Use Remarks Sectkxi if necessary) 


































1 ^ 


Remarks - Use of this section is limited to expanding on items 1 to 5. | 




««UNO 









































' Bl - Bodily Injury PD - Properly Damage AB - Accident Benefits Cdl. - Collision AP - All Perils Comp. - Comprehensive 



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1 7 


Rating Information - Summary of Information in Items 1 to 6, used to calculate Premium | 




Class 


Driving Record ' 


Autgn. to Auto. 


At-Faull Claim Surcharges 


Conviclion Surcharges 


No. 


Bl 


PD 


AB 


Coll./AP 


Princ 


Sec. 


Surcharge 


Descriplion 


Surcharge | Description 


1 




















i 


2 






















3 






















4 






















Aulo. 
No. 


LisI Price New 


Vehicle Code 


Rale Group 


Localion 


Terrilory 


% Discount Discounts 


1 














2 














3 












i 


h 


Insurance Coverages Applied For (Insuring Agreements) 




Read Page 4 of this form before completing thiis section. 


Part 


A 


Automobile 1 


Automobile 2 


Automobile 3 


Occasional 

Driver 

Premium 


Third Party Liability 


Limits (OOO's) 


Premium 


Limits (OOO's) 


Premium 


Limits (OOO's) 1 Premium 


Bodily Injury 
















Property Damage 










Total Third Party Liability Premium | 


$ 




$ 




S 


S 



Part B - No-Fault Benefits 
















Basic Benefits 








1 






Increased Funeral Expenses and Death 








1 




« "> 


- plus $150.00/week 








j 




O (B 


Income ■ plus $300.00/week 








! 




Oca 


Replacement . p„s $450.00/week 








1 






Increased Primary Caregiver- plus $50.00/week 
































fVé 


















°|^ 




































Total No-Fault Benefits Premium 


$ 




$ 




S 


S 



Part C - Loss or Damage to Insured Automoblle(s) 












This policy contains a partial 
payment of loss clause. 


A deductible applies on each claim, except lor loss or damage caused by lire or by lightning or by thelt of the entire automobile 


Deductible 


Premium 


Deductible 


Premium 


Deductible 


Premium 


Premium 


All Perils 
















Collision or Upset 
















Comprehensive 


Excluding 
Collision 
or Upset 
















SpecKied Perils 
















Total Physical Damage Premium 


$ 




$ 




$ 


$ 



Part D - Uninsured Automobile Coverage 














Limits are as specified in Part D 


Premium 




Premium 




Premium 


Premium 


of the Ontario Automobile Policy (O.P.F. No. 1) 


$ 


$ 


i 


S 



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3397 



O.E.F. No. 44 - Family Protection Endorsement 



Limits are the same as Part A, 


Limits (OOO's) 


Premium 


Limits (OOO's) 


Premium 


Limits (OOO's) 


Premium 


Premium 


unless otherwise specified. 




$ 




$ 




S 


S 



Other Ontario Endorsement Fonns (O.E.F.s) Applied for 












No. and Name 


Limits 


Premium 


Limits 


Premium 


Limits 


Premium 


Premium 


































































Total Other Endorsement(s) Premium 


$ 




$ 




$ 


$ 


Total Premium Per Automobile 


$ 




$ 




$ 


O.D. Total 
$ 


If a policy is issued and you, the appScant. cancel the policy, a minimum 
non-refundable premium may be kept by the Insurer. This minimum 
retained premium will be shown on your certificate of insurance. 


The premium for the insurance for which you 
are applying is estimated and is subject to 
confirmation by the Insurer. 


Estimated Policy Premium 
$ 


1 9 1 Method of Payment | 


Payments 


Monthly Payment Plan 


One 


Three 


Monthly 


Other 


Estimated Policy Premium 
$ 


Interest Payable 
$ 


Total Estimated Cost 
$ 


Premium Paid with Application 
$ 


Initial Payment 
$ 


Monthly Payments lor 

months O S 



[ 10 I Declaration of Applicant - Read carefully before signing 



To your knowledge are you atKl all drivers shown in Item 4 still 
qualified to hold a Driver's Licence? 

D Yes Dno 

Qualifications required by a holder of a Driver's Licence include 
that the driver: (a) does not suffer from any mental, emotional, 
nervous or physical disability likely to significantly interfere with 
his/her ability to drive a motor vehicle of the applicable class 
safely; and (b) is not addicted to the use of alcohol or a drug to 
an extent likely to interfere significantly with his/her ability to drive 
a motor vehicle safely. 

If a driver becomes physically or mentally disabled to an extent 
that might effect the safe operation of a motor vehicle, as noted 
on the Driver's Licence, the driver is required to notify the Ministry 
of Transportation immediately. 

The answers to Items 1 to 5 and any particulars in the Remarks 
Section relating thereto are correct to the best of my knowledge 
and belief and I hereby appiy for a contract of automobile 
insurance based on the truth of this information. 



I hereby authorize that reports containing credit rating, driving record 
information and claims history may be sought in connection with this 
application for insurance or renewal, extension or variation thereof. 

Where 

1. an Applicant for a contract, 

(i) gives false particulars of the described automobile to be Insured 

to the prejudice of the Insurer, 

or 
(il) knowingly misrepresents or fails to disclose in the application 

any fact required to be stated therein; or 

2. the Insured contravenes a term of the contract or commits a fraud; 
or 

3. the Insured wilfully makes a false statement in respect of a claim 
under the contract, 

a claim by the Insured, for other than such no-fault benefits as are 
set out In the No-Fault Benefits Schedule, is Invalid and the right of 
the Insured to recover Indemnity is forfeited. 



Signature of Applicant 



Date 



11 I Report of Broker/Agent 



Have you bound 
this risk? 

I I Yes I I No 



Is this business new 
to your offk»? 



n 



vïKw°. uSômty Tempora ry Permane nt None 



How long 
have you 
known the 



Applicant 



Signature ol Broker/Agent 



The Applicant must receive a copy of the signed application. 
A supplementary form for commercial or public use automobiles may be necessary. 



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3398 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 275/90 

Insurance Coverages Applied For 

Ontario Motorists must have the basic coverages described in Part A, 
B and D. You may also purchase higher limits for Parts A and B and 
additional insurance described in Part C. 

Policy Part A - Third Party Liability 

This part provides coverage for legal responsibility to others, arising from an 
automobile accident causing bodily injury to or death of any person or damage 
to property, and, under the circumstances set out in your policy, damage to 
the insured's described automobile. 

Policy Part B - No-Fault Benefits 

Accident Benefit Payments for Death or Bodily Injury: 
Provides coverage to the named insured, his or her spouse, dependants of 
either of them and certain other persons injured or killed in an automobile 
accident. Payments are made regardless of fault and cover income benefits 
(with some exceptions), medical expenses (supplemental), rehabilitation and 
care expenses, funeral expenses and death benefits. 

Policy Part C - Loss of or Damage to Insured Automobile 

This part of the policy provides a selection of coverages for the policyholder's 
own automobile. There is usually a deductible amount indicated for each 
coverage and this amount is either paid by the policyholder toward the cost 
of repairs or is deducted from the loss settlement. 

All Perils: 

Combines the Collision and Comprehensive coverages. 

Collision or Upset: 

Covers damage caused by Collision with another automobile, another object 

or by upset of the automobile. 

Comprehensive: 

Covers the automobile against loss or damage caused other than by Collision 
or Upset of the automobile. This coverage includes the specific perils named 
in the coverage Specified Perils and is therefore broader in scope. 

Specified Perils: 

Covers the automobile against loss or damage caused by certain specific 
perils. They are fire, theft, lightning, windstorm, hail, earthquake, explosion, 
riot, (ailing aircraft, rising water, or an accident to a vehicle or boat on which 
the automobile is being transported. 



\ Policy Part D - Uninsured Automobile Coverage 

Uninsured Automobile Coverage: 

Enables the policyholder, his or her spouse, dependants of either of them 
and certain other persons to obtain benefits from the named insured's Insurer 
for injuries or death resulting from an accident caused by an uninsured or 
unidentified automobile. It also provides coverage for accidental damage to 
the insured automobile and/or its contents resulting from an accident caused 
by an identified uninsured automobile. 

O. Reg. 275/90, Form 1. 
24/90 

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3399 



INSURANCE ACT 

O. Reg. 276/90. 

Fault Determination Rules. 
Made— May 30th, 1990. 
Filed— May 30th, 1990. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
INSURANCE ACT 

FAULT DETERMINATION RULES 

General 

1. In this Regulation, "centre line" of a roadway 
means, 

(a) a single or double, unbroken or broken line 
marked in the middle of the roadway, or 

(b) if no line is marked, the middle of the road- 
way or that portion of the roadway that is 
not obstructed by parked vehicles, a snow- 
bank or some other object blocking traffic. 
O. Reg. 276/90, s. 1. 

2. — (1) An insurer shall determine the degree of 
fault of its insured for loss or damage arising directly 
or indirectly from the use or operation of an auto- 
mobile in accordance with these rules. 

(2) The diagrams in this Regulation are merely 
illustrative of the situations described in these rules. 
O. Reg. 276/90, s. 2. 

3. The degree of fault of an insured is determined 
without reference to, 

(a) the circumstances in which the incident 
occurs, including weather conditions, road 
conditions, visibility or the actions of pedes- 
trians; or 

(b) the location on the insured's automobile of 
the point of contact with any other auto- 
mobile involved in the incident. O. Reg. 
276/90, s. 3. 

4. — (1) If more than one rule applies with respect 
to the insured, the rule that attributes the least 
degree of fault to the insured shall be deemed to be 
the only rule that applies in the circumstances. 

(2) Despite subsection (1), if two rules apply with 
respect to an incident involving two automobiles and 
if under one rule the insured is 100 per cent at fault 
and under the other the insured is not at fault for the 
incident, the insured shall be deemed to be 50 per 
cent at fault for the incident. O. Reg. 276/90, s. 4. 



5. — (1) If an incident is not described in any of 
these rules, the degree of fault of the insured shall be 



determined in accordance with the ordinary rules of 
law. 

(2) If there is insufficient information concerning 
an incident to determine the degree of fault of the 
insured, it shall be determined in accordance with the 
ordinary rules of law unless otherwise required by 
these rules. O. Reg. 276/90, s. 5. 



Rules for Automobiles Travelling in the 
Same Direction and Lane 

6. — (1) This section applies when automobile "A" 
is struck from the rear by automobile "B", and both 
automobiles are travelling in the same direction and 
in the same lane. 

(2) If automobile "A" is stopped or is in forward 
motion, the driver of automobile "A" is not at fault 
and the driver of automobile "B" is 100 per cent at 
fault for the incident. 



ENagram 



QSir 



3 



m 





(3) If automobile "A" is turning, either to the 
right or to the left, in order to enter a side road, pri- 
vate road or driveway, the driver of automobile "A" 
is not at fault and the driver of automobile "B" is 
100 per cent at fault for the incident. 



Diagram 



( 




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J /V l_ 






1 f 


n r 


1 







(4) If automobile "A" is in forward motion and is 
entering a parking place on either the right or the left 
side of the road, the driver of automobile "A" is not 
at fault and the driver of automobile "B" is 100 per 
cent at fault for the incident. 



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Diagram 



1 


ONEWAY -*^^ 


) 






rvfliONO 


I< 






1 







O. Reg. 276/90, s. 6. 

7. — (1) This section applies when automobile "A" 
collides with automobile "B" while automobile "B" 
is entering a road from a parking place, private road 
or driveway. 

(2) If the incident occurs when automobile "B" is 
leaving a parking place and automobile "A" is pass- 
ing the parking place, the driver of automobile "A" 
is not at fault and the driver of automobile "B" is 
100 per cent at fault for the incident. 

Diagram 



1 


m 
. ( 

■ 


Si 



(3) If the incident occurs when automobile "B" is 
entering a road from a private road or a driveway and 
automobile "A" is passing the private road or drive- 
way and, if there are no traffic signals or signs, the 
driver of automobile "A" is not at fault and the driv- 
er of automobile "B" is 100 per cent at fault for the 
incident. 

Diagram 




O. Reg. 276/90, s. 7. 

8. If automobile "A" collides with automobile 
"B" on a controlled access road while automobile 
"B" is entering the road from an entrance lane, the 
driver of automobile "A" is not at fault and the driv- 
er of automobile "B" is 100 per cent at fault for the 
incident. 



Diagram 




O. Reg. 276/90, s. 8. 

9. — (1) This section applies with respect to an inci- 
dent involving three or more automobiles that are 
travelling in the same direction and in the same lane , 
(a "chain reaction"). 

(2) The degree of fault for each collision between 
two automobiles involved in the chain reaction is 
determined without reference to any related colli- 
sions involving either of the automobiles and another 
automobile. 

(3) If all automobiles involved in the incident are 
in motion and automobile "A" is the leading vehicle, 
automobile "B" is second and automobile "C" is the 
third vehicle, 

(a) in the collision between automobiles "A" 
and "B", the driver of automobile "A" is 
not at fault and the driver of automobile 
"B" is 50 per cent at fault for the incident; 

(b) in the collision between automobiles "B" 
and "C", the driver of automobile "B" is 
not at fault and the driver of automobile 
"C" is 100 per cent at fauh for the incident. 

Diagram 




(4) If only automobile "C" is in motion when the 
incident occurs, 

(a) in the collision between automobiles "A" 
and "B", neither driver is at fault for the 
incident; and 

(b) in the collision between automobiles "B" 
and "C", the driver of automobile "B" is 
not at fault and the driver of automobile 
"C" is 100 per cent at fauh for the incident. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3401 



Diagram 




O. Reg. 276/90, s. 9. 

Rules for Automobiles Travelling in the 
Same Direction in Adjacent Lanes 

10. — (1) This section applies when automobile 
"A" collides with automobile "B", and both automo- 
biles are travelling in the same direction and in adja- 
cent lanes. 

(2) If neither automobile "A" nor automobile "B" 
changes lanes, and both automobiles are on or over 
the centre line when the incident (a "sideswipe") 
occurs, the driver of each automobile is 50 per cent at 
fault for the incident. 



Diagram 




Diagram 



(3) If the location on the road of automobiles "A" 
and "B" when the incident (a "sideswipe") occurs 
cannot be determined, the driver of each automobile 
is 50 per cent at fault for the incident. 



Diagram 



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(4) If the incident occurs when automobile "B" is 
changing lanes, the driver of automobile "A" is not 
at fault and the driver of automobile "B" is 100 per 
cent at fault for the incident. 





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(5) If the incident occurs when automobile "A" is 
turning left at an intersection and automobile "B" is 
overtaking automobile "A" to pass it, the driver of 
automobile "A" is 25 per cent at fault and the driver 
of automobile "B" is 75 per cent at fault for the 
incident. 

Diagram 



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(6) If the incident occurs when automobile "A" is 
turning left at a private road or a driveway and auto- 
mobile "B" is overtaking automobile "A" to pass it, 
the driver of each automobile is 50 per cent at fault 
for the incident. 

Diagram 



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(7) If the incident occurs when automobile "A" is 
turning left at a private road or a driveway and auto- 
mobile "B" is passing one or more automobiles stop- 
ped behind automobile "A", the driver of automo- 
bile "A" is not at fault and the driver of automobile 
"B" is 100 per cent at fault for the incident. 

Diagram 




O. Reg. 276/90, s. 10. 



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O. Reg. 276/90 



11. — (1) This section applies with respect to an 
incident involving three or more automobiles that are 
travelling in the same direction and in adjacent lanes 
(a "pile-up"). 

(2) For each collision between two automobiles 
involved in the pile-up, the driver of each automobile 
is 50 per cent at fault for the incident. 

Diagram 




O. Reg. 276/90, s. 11. 



Rules for Automobiles Travelling in 
Opposite Directions 

12. — (1) This section applies when automobile 
"A" collides with automobile "B", and the automo- 
biles are travelling in opposite directions and in adja- 
cent lanes. 

(2) If neither automobile "A" nor automobile "B" 
changes lanes and both automobiles are on or over 
the centre lane when the incident (a "sideswipe") 
occurs, the driver of each automobile is 50 per cent at 
fault for the incident. 

Diagram 



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(3) If the location on the road of automobiles "A" 
and "B" when the incident (a "sideswipe") occurs 
cannot be determined, the driver of each automobile 
is 50 per cent at fault for the incident. 



Diagram 




(4) If automobile "B" is over the centre line of the 
road when the incident occurs, the driver of automo- 
bile "A" is not at fauh and the driver of automobile 
"B" is 100 per cent at fault for the incident. 

Diagram 




(5) If automobile "B" turns left into the path of 
automobile "A", the driver of automobile "A" is not 
at fauh and the driver of automobile "B" is 100 per 
cent at fault for the incident. 

Diagram 




(6) If automobile "B" is leaving a parking place or 
is entering the road from a private road or driveway, 
and if automobile "A" is overtaking to pass another 
automobile when the incident occurs, the driver of 
automobile "A" is not at fault and the driver of auto- 
mobile "B" is 100 per cent at fault for the incident. 

Diagram 




O. Reg. 276/90, s. 12. 



Rules for Automobiles in an Intersection 

13. — (1) This section applies with respect to an 
incident that occurs at an intersection that does not 
have traffic signals or traffic signs. 

(2) If automobile "A" enters the intersection 
before automobile "B", the driver of automobile 



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3403 



"A" is not at fault and the driver of automobile "B" 
is 100 per cent at fault for the incident. 

(3) If automobiles "A" and "B" enter the inter- 
section at the same time and automobile "A" is to 
the right of automobile "B" when in the intersection, 
the driver of automobile "A" is not at fault and the 
driver of automobile "B" is 100 per cent at fault for 
the incident. 

(4) If it cannot be established whether automobile 
"A" or "B" entered the intersection first, the driver 
of each automobile shall be deemed to be 50 per cent 
at fault for the incident. O. Reg. 276/90, s. 13. 

14. — (1) This section applies with respect to an 
incident that occurs at an intersection with traffic 
signs. 

(2) If the incident occurs when the driver of auto- 
mobile "B" fails to obey a stop sign, yield sign or a 
similar sign or flares or other signals on the ground, 
the driver of automobile "A" is not at fault and the 
driver of automobile "B" is 100 per cent at fault for 
the incident. 

(3) If the driver of each automobile fails to obey a 
stop sign, the driver of each automobile is 50 per cent 
at fault for the incident. 

(4) If it cannot be established who failed to obey a 
stop sign, the driver of each automobile shall be 
deemed to be 50 per cent at fault for the incident. 

(5) If, at an all-way stop intersection, automobile 
"A" arrives at the intersection first and stops, the 
driver of automobile "A" is not at fault and the driv- 
er of automobile "B" is 100 per cent at fault for the 
incident. 

(6) If, at an all-way stop intersection, both auto- 
mobiles arrive at the intersection at the same time 
and stop, with automobile "A" to the right of auto- 
mobile "B", the driver of automobile "A" is not at 
fault and the driver of automobile "B" is 100 per cent 
at fauh for the incident. 

(7) If it cannot be established who arrived at the 
all-way stop intersection first, the driver of each auto- 
mobile shall be deemed to be 50 per cent at fault for 
the incident. O. Reg. 276/90, s. 14. 

15. — (1) This section applies with respect to an 
incident that occurs at an intersection with traffic 
signals. 

(2) If the driver of automobile "B" fails to obey a 
traffic signal, the driver of automobile "A" is not at 
fault and the driver of automobile "B" is 100 per cent 
at fault for the incident. 

(3) If it cannot be established whether the driver 
of either automobile failed to obey a traffic signal, 
the driver of each automobile shall be deemed to be 
50 per cent at fault for the incident. 



(4) If the traffic signals at the intersection are 
inoperative, the degree of fault of the drivers shall be 
determined as if the intersection were an all-way stop 
intersection. O. Reg. 276/90, s. 15. 

Rules for Automobiles in Parking Lots 

16. — (1) This section applies with respect to inci- 
dents in parking lots. 

(2) The degree of fault of a driver involved in an 
incident on a thoroughfare shall be determined in 
accordance with this Regulation as if the thorough- 
fare were a road. 

(3) If automobile "A" is leaving a feeder lane and 
fails to yield the right of way to automobile "B" on a 
thoroughfare, the driver of automobile "A" is 
100 per cent at fault and the driver of automobile 
"B" is not at fault for the incident. 

(4) If automobile "A" is leaving a parking space 
and fails to yield the right of way to automobile "B" 
on a feeder lane or a thoroughfare, the driver of 
automobile "A" is 100 per cent at fault and the driver 
of automobile "B" is not at fault for the incident. 

(5) In this section, 

"feeder lane" means a road in a parking lot other 
than a thoroughfare; 

"thoroughfare" means a main road for passage into, 
through or out of a parking lot. O. Reg. 276/90, 
s. 16. 

Rules for Other Circumstances 

17. — (1) If automobile "A" is parked when it is 
struck by automobile "B", the driver of automobile 
"A" is not at fault and the driver of automobile "B" 
is 100 per cent at fault for the incident. 

(2) If automobile "A" is illegally parked, stopped 
or standing when it is struck by automobile "B" and 
if the incident occurs outside a city, town or village, 
the driver of automobile "A" is 100 per cent at fault 
and the driver of automobile "B" is not at fault for 
the incident. O. Reg. 276/90, s. 17. 

18. The driver of automobile "A" is 100 per cent 
at fault and the driver of automobile "B" is not at 
fault for an incident in which automobile "A" col- 
lides with automobile "B" when the driver of auto- 
mobile "A" fails to obey, 

(a) a police officer's direction; 

(b) a do not enter sign; 



(c) a prohibited passing sign; or 



(d) 



a prohibited turn sign, 
s. 18. 



O. Reg. 276/90, 



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O. Reg. 276/90 



19. The driver of automobile "A" is 100 per cent 
at fault and the driver of automobile "B" is not at 
fault for an incident that occurs, 

(a) when automobile "A" is backing up; 

(b) when automobile "A" is making a U-turn; 
or 

(c) when the driver of, or a passenger in, auto- 
mobile "A" opens the automobile door or 
leaves the door open. O. Reg. 276/90, 
s. 19. 

Rules When a Driver 
is Charged with a Driving Offence 

20. — (1) For the purposes of this Regulation, a 
driver is considered to be charged with a driving 
offence, 

(a) if, as a resuh of the incident, the driver is 
charged with operating the automobile 
while his or her ability to operate the auto- 
mobile was impaired by alcohol or a drug; 

(b) if, as a result of the incident, the driver is 
charged with driving while his or her blood 
alcohol level exceeded the limits permitted 
by law; 

(c) if, as a result of the incident, the driver is 



charged with an indictable offence related 
to the operation of the automobile; 

(d) if the driver, as a result of the incident, is 
asked to provide a breath sample and he or 
she is charged with failing or refusing to 
provide the sample; 

(e) if, as a result of the incident, the driver is 
charged with exceeding the speed limit by 
sixteen or more kilometres per hour. 

(2) The degree of fault of the insured shall be 
determined in accordance with the ordinary rules of 
law, and not in accordance with these rules, 

(a) if the driver of automobile "A" involved in 
the incident is charged with a driving 
offence; and 

(b) if the driver of automobile "B" is wholly or 
partly at fault, as otherwise determined 
under these rules, for the incident. 
O. Reg. 276/90, s. 20. 



Commencement 

21. This Regulation comes into force on the day 
on which section 230a of the Act comes into force. 

24/90 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 278/90 3405 



ft 



FARM PRODUCTS MARKETING ACT 

O. Reg. 277/90. 

Broiler Hatching Eggs and 

Chicks — Marketing. 
Made— May 25th, 1990. 
Filed— May 31st, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 436/83 

MADE UNDER THE 

FARM PRODUCTS MARKETING ACT 

1. Clause 1 (f) of Ontario Regulation 
436/83, as remade by section 4 of Ontario 
Regulation 118/90, is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted: 

(f) "Egg and Chick Commission" means the 
Ontario Broiler Hatching Egg and Chick 
Commission; 

Ontario Farm Products Marketing 
Commission: 

Russell Duckworth 
Chairman 

Gloria Marco Borys 
Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 25th day of May, 1990. 

24/90 



HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

O. Reg. 278/90. 

Speed Limits. 
Made— May 27th, 1990. 
Filed— May 31st, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 490 OF 
REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 
HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Part 4 of Schedule 1 to Regulation 490 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is 
amended by adding the following para- 
graph: 



24. That part of the King's Highway 
Leeds and known as No. 2 in the Township of 

Grenville— Elizabethtown in the United Counties 



1. 



Twp. of 
Elizabeth- 
town 



of Leeds and Grenville lying between 
a point situate at its intersection with 
the west limit of the existing 50 kilo- 
metres per hour zone at the west limit 
of the City of Brockville and a point 
situate 75 metres measured westerly 
from its intersection with the roadway 
known as Sherwood Bay Road. 



2.— (1) Paragraph 9 of Part 3 of Schedule 6 to 
the Regulation, as remade by section 2 of 
Ontario Regulation 657/82, is revoked 
and the following substituted: 



Peter- 
borough — 

Twp. of 
Belmont and 
Methuen 

Hastings — 

Village of 
Marmora 



9. That part of the King's Highway 
known as No. 7 lying between a point 
situate 600 metres measured easterly 
from its intersection with the westerly 
limit of the roadway known as Mary 
Street in the Township of Belmont and 
Methuen in the County of Peterbor- 
ough and a point situate 500 metres 
measured westerly from its intersec- 
tion with the westerly limit of the 
bridge structure over the Crowe River 
in the Village of Marmora in the 
County of Hastings. 



(2) Part 4 of Schedule 6 is amended by add- 
ing the following paragraph: 



26. That part of the King's Highway 
known as No. 7 in the Township of 
Belmont and Methuen in the County 
of Peterborough beginning at a point 
situate 150 metres measured easterly 
from its intersection with the westerly 
limit of the roadway known as Mary 
Street and extending easterly for a dis- 
tance of 450 metres. 



(3) Part 6 of Schedule 6 is amended by add- 
ing the following paragraph: 



Peter- 
borough — 

Twp. of 
Belmont and 
Methuen 



Peter- 
borough — 

Twp. of 
Belmont and 
Methuen 



18. That part of the King's Highway 
known as No. 7 in the Township of 
Belmont and Methuen in the County 
of Peterborough beginning at a point 
situate at its intersection with the west- 
erly limit of the roadway known as 
Mary Street and extending easterly for 
a distance of 150 metres. 



837 



3. Paragraph 1 of Part 5 of Schedule 20 to 
the Regulation, as remade by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 334/85, is revoked 
and the following substituted: 

1. That part of the King's Highway 

Frontenac— known as No. 15 in the Township of 

Pittsburgh in the County of Frontenac 

P'tt'h"^ lying between a point situate at its 

""^^ intersection with the King's Highway 



3406 O. Reg. 278/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 280/90 



4. 



Hastings- 

Twp. of 
Mayo 



known as No. 2 and a point situate 250 
metres measured northerly from its 
intersection with the roadway known 
as Gore Road. 

Part 5 of Schedule 38 to the Regulation is 
amended by adding the following para- 
graph: 

. That part of the King's Highway 
known as No. 38 in the Township of 
Mayo in the County of Hastings lying 
between a point situate 300 metres 
measured easterly from its intersection 
with the bridge structure known as the 
Little Mississippi River Bridge in the 
hamlet of McArthur Mills and a point 
situate 800 metres measured westerly 
from the intersection. 

William Wrye 
Minister of Transportation 



Dated at Toronto, this 27th day of May, 1990. 

24/90 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

O. Reg. 279/90. 

Parking. 

Made— May 27th, 1990. 

Filed— May 31st, 1990. 



1. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 477 OF 
REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 
HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Schedule 26 of Appendix A to Regulation 
477 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1980 is amended by adding the following 
paragraph: 



9. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 
21 in the Township of Plympton in the County of 
Lambton beginning at a point situate at its intersec- 
tion with the southerly limit of the King's Highway 
known as No. 7 and extending southerly for a dis- 
tance of 230 metres. 

2. Paragraph 3 of Schedule 33 of Appendix 
A to the Regulation, as made by section 1 
of Ontario Regulation 213/81, is revoked 
and the following substituted: 

3. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 
26 in the Township of Vespra in the County of Sim- 



coe beginning at a point situate at its intersection 
with the line between lots 17 and 18 in Concession 4 
and between lots 17 and 18 in Concession 5 and 
extending southerly for a distance of 206 metres. 

3. Paragraph 2 of Schedule 67 of Appendix 
A to the Regulation, as made by section 2 
of Ontario Regulation 213/81, is revoked 
and the following substituted: 

2. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 
27 in the Township of Vespra in the County of Sim- 
coe beginning at a point situate at its intersection 
with the line between lots 17 and 18 in Concession 4 
and between lots 17 and 18 in Concession 5 and 
extending southerly for a distance of 206 metres. 

William Wrye 
Minister of Transportation 

Dated at Toronto, this 27th day of May, 1990. 

24/90 



FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND 
ESTABLISHMENTS ACT, 1989 

O. Reg. 280/90. 

Board — Composition and Remuneration. 
Made— May 30th, 1990. 
Filed— May 31st, 1990. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND 
ESTABLISHMENTS ACT, 1989 

BOARD— COMPOSITION AND 
REMUNERATION 

1. The Board shall be composed of, 

(a) five persons appointed under paragraph 1 of 
subsection 4 (1) of the Act; 

(b) five persons appointed under paragraph 2 of 
subsection 4 (1) of the Act; and 

(c) one person appointed alternately under 
paragraph 1 of subsection 4 (1) of the Act 
and paragraph 2 of that subsection. 
O. Reg. 280/90, s. 1. 

2. The remuneration payable to a member of the 
Board appointed under paragraph 1 of subsection 
4 (1) of the Act is, for each day that the member is 
actually engaged in the business of the Board, 

(a) $150 for the chairperson of the Board; 



(b) $125 for the vice-chairperson of the Board; 
and 



838 



O. Reg. 280/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3407 

(c) $100 for a member of the Board other than | 3. This Regulation comes into force on the 1st day 
the chairperson or vice-chairperson. of June, 1990. 



O. Reg. 280/90, s. 2. 



24/90 



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INDEX 24 

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Parliamentary Notices — Royal Assent/ Avis parlementaires — sanction royale 3223 

Proclamations 3224 

Motor Vehicle Transport Act, 1987/Loi de 1987 sur les transports routiers 3225 

Certificates of Incorporation/Certificats de constitution 3274 

Letters Patent of Incorporation Issued/Lettres patentes constitutives délivrées 3285 

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Certificates of Amalgamation Issued/Certificats de fusion délivrés 3289 

Certificates of Continuance/Certificats de prorogation 3289 

Transfer of Ontario Corporations/Transfert de compagnies ontariennes 3290 

Amendments to Articles/Modifications aux statuts 3290 

Articles of Revival/Statuts de reconstitution , 3294 

Supplementary Letters Patent Issued/Lettres patentes supplémentaires délivrées 3295 

Extra-Provincial Licences Endorsed/Permis extraprovinciaux inscrits 3295 

Extra-Provincial Licences Amended/Permis extraprovinciaux modifiés 32% 

Certificates of Dissolution/Certificats de dissolution 3296 

Decisions on Applications for Audit Exemption/Décisions quant aux demandes de dispense en 

matière de vérification 3297 

Surrender of Charter and Termination of Existence (Corporations Act)/ Abandon de charte et 

dissolution (Loi sur les compagnies et associations) 3297 

Change of Name Act/Loi sur le changement de nom 3297 

Orders in Council/Décrets 3302 

Ministry of Revenue/Ministère du Revenu 3302 

Ontario Automobile Policy 3305 

Applications to Provincial Parliament — Private Bills/Demandes au Parlement provincial — 

Projets de loi d'intérêt privé 3358 

Petitions to Provincial Parliament/Petitions au Parlement provincial 3358 

Applications to Provincial Parliament/Demandes au Parlement provincial 3359 

CORPORATION NOTICES/AVIS RELATIFS AUX COMPAGNIES 3361 

NOTICE TO CREDITORS/AVIS AUX CRÉANCIERS 3364 

MISCELLANEOUS NOTICES/AVIS DIVERS 3364 

SHERIFFS' SALES OF LANDS/VENTES DE TERRAINS PAR LE SHÉRIF 3365 

SALES OF LANDS FOR TAX ARREARS BY PUBLIC TENDER/VENTES DE TERRAINS 

PAR APPEL D OFFRES POUR ARRIÉRÉ D'IMPÔT 3367 

PUBLICATIONS UNDER THE REGULATIONS ACT 
PUBLICATIONS EN VERTU DE LA LOI SUR LES RÈGLEMENTS 

Farm Products Marketing Act O. Reg. 277/90 3405 

Funeral Directors and Establishments Act, 1989 O. Reg. 280/90 3406 

Highway Traffic Act O. Reg. 278/90 3405 

Highway Traffic Act O. Reg. 279/90 3406 

Insurance Act O. Reg. 273/90 3371 

Insurance Act O. Reg. 274/90 3389 

Insurance Act O. Reg. 275/90 3390 

Insurance Act O. Reg. 276/90 3399 

Milk Act O. Reg. 272/90 3369 



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



199(>— «6— 23 

nRE MARSHALS ACT 

O. Reg. 281/90. 

Fire Code. 

Made— June 1st, 1990. 

Filed— June 4th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 67/87 

MADE UNDER THE 

FIRE MARSIL\LS ACT 

1. Section 3.5 of Ontario Regulation 67/87 is amended by adding the following 
Subsection: 



Subsection 3.5.3. Outdoor Tire Storage Yards 

3.5.3.1.(1) Notwithstanding Subsection 3.5.2., this Subsection applies with 
respect to the outdoor storage of tires or shredded tires where the bulk volume of 
stored product exceeds 300 m'. 

(2) This Subsection does not apply where the stored tires or shredded tires are 
covered by a minimum depth of 150 mm of non combustible material. 

3.5.3.2. ( 1 ) Open air burning is prohibited in storage yards. 

(2) Cutting, welding or heating devices shall not be operated in storage yards. 

(3) Smoking is prohibited in storage yards, except as provided in Subsection 

2.4.3. 

(4) Storage piles shall not be located beneath electrical power lines with a 
voltage in excess of 750 volts or that supply power to fire emergency systems. 

3.5.3.3.(1) A Fire Safety Plan as described in Article 2.8.2.1. shall be pre- 
pared, approved and implemented for the storage yard. 

(2) The Fire Safety Plan shall include provisions respecting access for water 
tanker shuttle operations within the fire department access routes, if water tanker 
shuttle operations are required in the circumstances of the storage yard. 

(3) At least one copy of the fire emergency procedures shall be prominently 
posted and maintained at the storage yard. 

(4) The telephone number of the fire department and location of the nearest 
telephone shall be posted conspicuously in attended locations. 

3.5.3.4.(1) Individual storage piles shall not be more than 3 m in height and 
100 m- in area. 

(2) Storage piles shall be separated by a clear space of at least 6 m from piles 
of other stored product. 

3.5.3.5.(1) Storage piles shall be located at least 15 m from property lines. 
(2) Storage piles shall be located at least 15 m from buildings. 

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Prohibitions 



Fire safety 
planning 



Pile 

dimensions 

separations 



Pile clearance 



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(3) Notwithstanding Sentence (2), the separation of storage piles from 
buildings may be determined as required by NFPA 23 ID Appendix C-1989. 
"Guidelines for Outdoor Storage of Scrap Tires"" and NFPA-8()A-1987, "Protec- 
tion of Buildings from Exterior Fire Exposures'". 

(4) Individual storage piles shall be separated from other piles of salvage by a 
clear space of at least 6 m. 

3.5.3.6.(1 ) Storage yards shall be maintained free of combustible ground veg- 
etation. 

(a) over a distance of 4.5 m from the stored product to grass and weeds; and 

(b) over a distance of 30 m from the stored product to brush and forested 



Clearances 

from 

vegetation 



3.5.3.7.(1) Where the bulk volume of stored product is more than 4800 m\ 
fire breaks shall be provided around the perimeter of each group of storage piles in 
accordance with Sentences (2) and (3). 

(2) Individual storage piles shall be arranged so that there is not more than 16 
individual storage piles per group. 

(3) Fire breaks shall be at least 22 m wide. 

3.5.3.8. Notwithstanding Articles 3.5.3.4.. 3.5.3.5., 3.5.3.6. and 3.5.3.7., 
other pile arrangements that will prevent the spread of fire and that are approved 
may be used. 

3.5.3.9.(1 ) Each tire storage yard shall be provided with fire access routes. 
(2) The fire access routes shall, 
(a) have a clear width of at least 6 m, 

be designed to support the loads imposed by fire fighting equipment. 



Fire breaks 



(b) 
(c) 

(d) 

(e) 

(f) 



be surfaced with material designed to permit accessibility under all cli- 
matic conditions, 

be connected with a public thoroughfare in at least two places that are 
located as remotely as is possible in the circumstances from each other, 

be located within all pile clearances identified in Sentence 3.5.3.5.(1). 
(2) or (3) and within all fire breaks required in Article 3.5.3.7.. 

be within 50 m of any point in the storage yard where storage piles are 
located, 

(g) be at least 6 m from any storage pile, and 

(h) be maintained accessible and unobstructed at all times. 

(3) Notwithstanding Sentences (I) and (2), 

(a) alternate fire access routes may be provided if the routes permit fire- 
fighting vehicles and equipment access and permit the use of fire sup- 
pression techniques appropriate in the circumstances, and 

(b) if the routes are approved. 

3.5.3.10.(1) Where the bulk volume of stored product is more than 6(X)m'. 
the storage yard shall be surrounded by a firmly anchored fence or other approved 
method of security that controls unauthorized access to the storage yard. 

(2) The fence shall be, 

(a) constructed to discourage entry, 

(b) constructed at least 1 .8 m high, and 

(c) provided with gates at least 3.5 m wide. 

(3) All gates to the storage yard shall be locked when the storage yard is not 
staffed. 

(4) Gateways shall be kept clear of obstructions so that gates may be opened 
fully at all times. 

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department 

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3.5.3. 11.(1) A public or private water supply shall be provided such that any 
part of the storage yard can be reached by using not more than 150 m of hose. 

(2) When the quantity of stored product is between 300 m' and 1200 m\ the 
water supply system shall be capable of supplying I860 LVmin. for 3 hours. 

(3) Where the quantity of stored product is 1200 m' or more, the water supply 
system shall be capable of supplying 3780 L/min. for 3 hours. 

(4) Where on-site reservoirs or other established water supplies are used as a 
fire department draft source to meet the requirements of Sentences (1). (2) and 
(3). they shall be equipped with dry hydrants in accordance with NFPA 1231 Ap- 
ptendix B-1984 "Standard on Water Supplies for Suburban and Rural Firefight- 
ing". 

3.5.3.12. Notwithstanding Article 3.5.3.11.. other water supply systems or 
other measures may be used if the systems or measures will provide sufficient fire 
suppression capability in the circumstances and if the systems or measures are 
approved. 

3.5.3.13. Fuel-fired vehicles operating in the storage yard shall be equipjied 
with a 2A10BC or higher rated portable extinquisher conforming to the require- 
ments of Part 6. 



Neater NuppK 



Alternative 

measures 



Fire 
extinguishers 



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ONTARIO DRUG BENEFIT ACT, 1986 

O. Reg. 282/90. 

General. 

Made— June 1st. 1990. 

Filed— June 4th. 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 689/86 

MADE UNDER THE 

ONTARIO DRUG BENEOT ACT, 1986 

1. Clauses 3 (3) (a) and (b) of Ontario Regu- 
lation 689/86, as remade by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 3%/88, are revoked 
and the following substituted: 

(a) in the case of a physician whose office is 
within 20 kilometres of an accredited phar- 
macy, $4.08; and 

(b) in any other case, $4.86. 



2. 



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This Regulation shall be deemed to have 
come into force on the 1st day of Janu- 
ary, 1988. 



1. 



2. 



HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

O. Reg. 283/90. 

General. 

Made— June 1st, 1990. 

Filed— June 4th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 452 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

Clauses 1 (b) and (c) of Regulation 452 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 are 
revoked. 

Subsection 18 (1) of the Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted: 



(I) The General Manager shall issued a health 
insurance identification card to each insured person. 
O. Reg. 283/90. s. 2. 



3. 



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Section 69 of the Regulation, as made by 
section 22 of Ontario Regulation 717/89, 
is revoked. 



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O. Reg. 285/90 



PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 284/90. 

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

Made— May 24th, 1990. 

Filed— June 4th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 672/81 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

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



130. — (1) Notwithstanding subsection 5 (3), one 
guest cabin having a gross floor area not exceeding 
53.5 square metres may be erected and used on the 
land described in subsection (2). 

(2) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land 
described as part of Island 2243 T.P., Bay of Islands, 
in the Territorial District of Manitoulin, designated 
as Part 2 on Reference Plan 31R-1121 deposited in 
the Land Registry Office for the Land Titles Division 
of Manitoulin (No. 31). O. Reg. 284/90, s. 1. 

Peter W. Boles 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 24th day of May, 1990. 
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TORONTO AREA TRANSIT OPERATING AUTHORITY ACT 

O. Reg. 285/90. 

General. 

Made— May 17th, 1990. 
Approved — ^June 1st, 1990. 
Filed— June 4th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 935 OF REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

TORONTO AREA TRANSIT OPERATING AUTHORITY ACT 

1. The Schedule to Regulation 935 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as remade by sec- 
tion 1 of Ontario Regulation 341/89 and amended by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 164/90, 
is revoked and the following substituted: 



ZONE 

2 Toronto 
2 Toronto 
2 Toronto 
2 Toronto 
2 Toronto 
2 Toronto 
2 Toronto 
2 Toronto 
2 Toronto 



AND 



Schedule 

Schedule of Fares Between Zones 
ZONE 

2 Toronto 

3 Etobicoke South 

4 Metro Northwest 

5 Metro North 

6 Scarboro South 

7 Scarboro North 

8 Scarboro East 

1 1 Port Credit/Cooksville 

12 Clarkson/Erindale 

844 



FARE 

1.80 
1.90 
1.90 
1.90 
1.90 
2.60 
2.50 
2.50 
3.15 



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ZONE 

2 Toronto 
2 Toronto 
2 Toronto 
2 Toronto 
2 Toronto 
2 Toronto 
2 Toronto 
2 Toronto 
2 Toronto 
2 Toronto 
2 Toronto 
2 Toronto 
2 Toronto 
2 Toronto 
2 Toronto 
2 Toronto 
2 Toronto 
2 Toronto 
2 Toronto 
2 Toronto 
2 Toronto 
2 Toronto 
2 Toronto 
2 Toronto 
2 Toronto 
2 Toronto 
2 Toronto 
2 Toronto 
2 Toronto 
2 Toronto 
2 Toronto 
2 Toronto 
2 Toronto 
2 Toronto 
2 Toronto 
2 Toronto 
2 Toronto 

2 Toronto 

3 Etobicoke 
3 Etobicoke 
3 Etobicoke 
3 Etobicoke 
3 Etobicoke 
3 Etobicoke 
3 Etobicoke 
3 Etobicoke 
3 Etobicoke 



AND 



South 
South 
South 
South 
South 
South 
South 
South 
South 



ZONE 

13 Oakville 

14 Oakville West/Bronte 

15 Burlington 

16 Aldershot 
18 Hamilton 

21 Streetsville 

22 Meadow\'ale 
24 Milton 

31 Malton 

32 Bramalea 

33 Brampton 

34 Huttonville 

35 Georgetown 

36 Silvercreek 

37 Acton 

38 Rockwood 

39 Guelph 

61 Richmond Hill/Maple 

62 Oak Ridges/King 

63 Aurora 

64 Newmarket 

65 Bradford/Queensville 

66 Deerhurst/Keswick 

67 Churchill/Island Grove 

68 Stroud/Sutton 

69 Barrie 

70 Milliken 

71 Markham 

72 Wideman 

73 Stouffville 

74 Goodwood 

75 Uxbridge 

91 Pickering 

92 Ajax 

93 Whitby 

94 Oshawa 

95 Courtice 

% Bowmanville 

3 Etobicoke South 

4 Metro Northwest 

5 Metro North 

6 Scarboro South 

7 Scarboro North 

8 Scarboro East 

11 Port Credit/Cooksville 

12 Clarkson/Erindale 

13 Oakville 

845 



FARE 
3.80 
4.40 
5.15 
5.90 
6.30 
4.05 
4.10 
S.20 
3.00 
3.65 
4.15 
4.80 
5.45 
6.15 
6.65 
7.55 
8.10 
2.80 
3.45 
4.00 
4.35 
5.20 
6.20 
6.70 
7.40 
7.85 
3.35 
3.40 
3.85 
4.65 
5.40 
5.90 
3.40 
3.90 
4.50 
5.05 
5.55 
5.95 
1.80 
1.80 
2.35 
3.30 
3.30 
4.00 
1.85 
2.45 
3.10 



3522 



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ZONE 



AND 



3 Etobicoke South 
3 Etobicoke South 
3 Etobicoke South 
3 Etobicoke South 
3 Etobicoke South 
3 Etobicoke South 
3 Etobicoke South 
3 Etobicoke South 
3 Etobicoke South 
3 Etobicoke South 
3 Etobicoke South 
3 Etobicoke South 
3 Etobicoke South 
3 Etobicoke South 
3 Etobicoke South 
3 Etobicoke South 
3 Etobicoke South 
3 Etobicoke South 
3 Etobicoke South 
3 Etobicoke South 
3 Etobicoke South 
3 Etobicoke South 
3 Etobicoke South 
3 Etobicoke South 
3 Etobicoke South 
3 Etobicoke South 
3 Etobicoke South 
3 Etobicoke South 
3 Etobicoke South 
3 Etobicoke South 
3 Etobicoke South 
3 Etobicoke South 
3 Etobicoke South 
3 Etobicoke South 
3 Etobicoke South 

3 Etobicoke South 

4 Metro Northwest 
4 Metro Northwest 
4 Metro Northwest 
4 Metro Northwest 
4 Metro Northwest 
4 Metro Northwest 
4 Metro Northwest 
4 Metro Northwest 
4 Metro Northwest 
4 Metro Northwest 
4 Metro Northwest 



ZONE 

14 Oakville West/Bronte 

15 Burlington 

16 Aldershot 
18 Hamilton 

21 Streetsville 

22 Meadowvale 
24 Milton 

31 Malton 

32 Bramalea 

33 Brampton 

35 Georgetown 

36 Silvercreek 

37 Acton 

38 Rockwood 

39 Guelph 

61 Richmond Hill/Maple 

62 Oak Ridges/King 

63 Aurora 

64 Newmarket 

65 Bradford/Queensville 

66 Deerhurst/Keswick 

67 Churchill/Island Grove 

68 Stroud/Sutton 

69 Barrie 

70 Milliken 

71 Markham 

72 Wideman 

73 Stouffville 

74 Goodwood 

75 Uxbridge 

91 Pickering 

92 Ajax 

93 Whitby 

94 Oshawa 

95 Courtice 

96 Bowmanville 

4 Metro Northwest 

5 Metro North 

6 Scarboro South 

7 Scarboro North 

8 Scarboro East 

1 1 Port Credit/Cooksville 

12 Clarkson/Erindale 

13 Oakville 

14 Oakville West/Bronte 

15 Burlington 

16 Aldershot 

846 



FARE 

3.70 
4.45 
5.20 
5.55 
2.90 
2.95 
4.55 
2.25 
3.00 
3.40 
4.75 
5.45 
5.95 
6.80 
7.40 
3.45 
4.10 
4.65 
5.05 
5.85 
6.90 
7.35 
8.05 
8.50 
4.25 
4.30 
4.35 
5.60 
6.75 
7.25 
4.75 
5.25 
5.85 
6.40 
6.90 
7.30 
1.80 
1.90 
3.45 
2.60 
3.45 
2.25 
2.85 
3.45 
4.10 
4.85 
5.60 



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3523 



ZONE 



AND 



4 Metro Northwest 
4 Metro Northwest 
4 Metro Northwest 
4 Metro Northwest 
4 Metro Northwest 
4 Metro Northwest 
4 Metro Northwest 
4 Metro Northwest 
4 Metro Northwest 
4 Metro Northwest 
4 Metro Northwest 
4 Metro Northwest 
4 Metro Northwest 
4 Metro Northwest 
4 Metro Northwest 
4 Metro Northwest 
4 Metro Northwest 
4 Metro Northwest 
4 Metro Northwest 
4 Metro Northwest 
4 Metro Northwest 
4 Metro Northwest 
4 Metro Northwest 
4 Metro Northwest 
4 Metro Northwest 
4 Metro Northwest 
4 Metro Northwest 
4 Metro Northwest 
4 Metro Northwest 
4 Metro Northwest 
4 Metro Northwest 
4 Metro Northwest 
4 Metro Northwest 
4 Metro Northwest 
4 Metro Northwest 
4 Metro Northwest 
4 Metro Northwest 

4 Metro Northwest 

5 Metro North 
5 Metro North 
5 Metro North 
5 Metro North 
5 Metro North 
5 Metro North 
5 Metro North 
5 Metro North 
5 Metro North 



ZONE 

18 Hamilton 

21 Streetsville 

22 Meadowvale 
24 Milton 

31 Malton 

32 Bramalea 

33 Brampton 

34 Huttonvilie 

35 Georgetown 

36 Silvercreek 

37 Acton 

38 Rockwood 

39 Guelph 

52 Kleinburg 

53 Nobleton 

54 Bolton 

55 Palgrave 

61 Richmond Hill/Maple 

62 Oak Ridges/King 

63 Aurora 

64 Newmarket 

65 Bradford/Oueensville 

66 Deerhurst/Keswick 

67 Churchill/Island Grove 

68 Stroud/Sunon 

69 Barrie 

70 Milliken 

71 Markham 

72 Wideman 

73 Stouffville 

74 Goodwood 

75 Uxbridge 

91 Pickering 

92 Ajax 

93 Whitby 

94 Oshawa 

95 Courtice 

% Bowmanville 

5 Metro North 

6 Scarboro South 

7 Scarboro North 

8 Scarboro East 

11 Port Credit/Cooksvi lie 

12 Clarkson/Erindale 

13 Oakville 

14 Oakville West/Bronte 

15 Burlington 

847 



FARE 
5.95 
2.85 
2.90 
4.05 
1.90 
2.50 
3.00 
3.70 
4.35 
5.05 
5.60 
6.45 
7.00 
5.05 
5.65 
6.15 
6.70 
2.80 
3.45 
4.00 
4.35 
5.20 
6.20 
6.70 
7.40 
7.85 
3.65 
3.70 
4.10 
4.95 
6.10 
6.60 
4.10 
4.60 
5.20 
5.75 
6.25 
6.65 
1.80 
2.50 
1.80 
2.50 
3.05 
3.80 
4.30 
5.05 
5.80 



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O. Reg. 285/90 



ZONE 

5 Metro North 
5 Metro North 
5 Metro North 
5 Metro North 
5 Metro North 
5 Metro North 
5 Metro North 
5 Metro North 
5 Metro North 
5 Metro North 
5 Metro North 
5 Metro North 
5 Metro North 
5 Metro North 
5 Metro North 
5 Metro North 
5 Metro North 
5 Metro North 
5 Metro North 
5 Metro North 
5 Metro North 
5 Metro North 
5 Metro North 
5 Metro North 
5 Metro North 
5 Metro North 
5 Metro North 
5 Metro North 
5 Metro North 
5 Metro North 
5 Metro North 
5 Metro North 
5 Metro North 
5 Metro North 
5 Metro North 
5 Metro North 
5 Metro North 
5 Metro North 
5 Metro North 

5 Metro North 

6 Scarboro South 
6 Scarboro South 
6 Scarboro South 
6 Scarboro South 
6 Scarboro South 
6 Scarboro South 
6 Scarboro South 



AND 



ZONE 

16 Aldershot 
18 Hamilton 

21 Streetsville 

22 Meadowvale 
24 Milton 

31 Malton 

32 Bramalea 

33 Brampton 

34 Huttonville 

35 Georgetown 

36 Silvercreek 

37 Acton 

38 Rockwood 

39 Guelph 

52 Kleinburg 

53 Nobleton 

54 Bolton 

55 Palgrave 

56 Schomberg 

61 Richmond Hill/Maple 

62 Oak Ridges/King 

63 Aurora 

64 Newmarket 

65 Bradford/Queensville 

66 Deerhurst/Keswick 

67 Churchill/Island Grove 

68 Stroud/Sutton 

69 Barrie 

70 Milliken 

71 Markham 

72 Wideman 

73 Stouf^ille 

74 Goodwood 

75 Uxbridge 

91 Pickering 

92 Ajax 

93 Whitby 

94 Oshawa 

95 Courtice 

96 Bowmanville 

6 Scarboro South 

7 Scarboro North 

8 Scarboro East 

1 1 Port Credit/Cooksville 

12 Clarkson/Erindale 

13 Oakville 

14 Oakville West/Bronte 

848 



FARE 

6.00 
6.45 
3.10 
3.15 
5.00 
2.15 
2.95 
3.75 
4.70 
5.40 
6.10 
6.60 
7.45 
8.00 
3.65 
4.15 
4.70 
5.20 
1.85 
1.90 
2.50 
3.05 
3.45 
4.30 
5.30 
5.80 
6.50 
6.90 
2.50 
2.50 
3.15 
4.00 
5.20 
5.70 
3.20 
3.70 
4.30 
4.85 
5.35 
5.75 
1.80 
1.90 
2.00 
3.95 
4.55 
5.20 
5.80 



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3525 



ZONE 



AND 



6 Scarboro South 
6 Scarboro South 
6 Scarboro South 
6 Scarboro South 
6 Scarboro South 
6 Scarboro South 
6 Scarboro South 
6 Scarboro South 
6 Scarboro South 
6 Scarboro South 
6 Scarboro South 
6 Scarboro South 
6 Scarboro South 
6 Scarboro South 
6 Scarboro South 
6 Scarboro South 
6 Scarboro South 
6 Scarboro South 
6 Scarboro South 
6 Scarboro South 
6 Scarboro South 
6 Scarboro South 
6 Scarboro South 
6 Scarboro South 
6 Scarboro South 
6 Scarboro South 
6 Scarboro South 
6 Scarboro South 
6 Scarboro South 
6 Scarboro South 
6 Scarboro South 
6 Scarboro South 
6 Scarboro South 
6 Scarboro South 

6 Scarboro South 

7 Scarboro North 
7 Scarboro North 
7 Scarboro North 
7 Scarboro North 
7 Scarboro North 
7 Scarboro North 
7 Scarboro North 
7 Scarboro North 
7 Scarboro North 
7 Scarboro North 
7 Scarboro North 
7 Scarboro North 



ZONE 

15 Burlington 

16 Aldershot 
18 Hamilton 

21 Streetsville 

22 Meadowvale 
24 Milton 

31 Malton 

32 Bramalea 

33 Brampton 

35 Georgetown 

36 Silvercreek 

37 Acton 

38 Rockwood 

39 Guelph 

61 Richmond Hill/Maple 

62 Oak Ridges/King 

63 Aurora 

64 Newmarket 

65 Bradford/Oueensville 

66 Deerhurst/Keswick 

67 Churchill/Island Grove 

68 Stroud/Sutton 

69 Barrie 

70 Milliken 

71 Markham 

72 Wideman 

73 StouffviUe 

74 Goodwood 

75 Uxbridge 

91 Pickering 

92 Ajax 

93 Whitby 

94 Oshawa 

95 Courtice 

96 Bowmanville 
8 Scarboro East 

1 1 Port Credit/Cooksville 

12 Clarkson/Erindale 

13 Oakville 

14 Oakville West/Bronte 

15 Burlington 

16 Aldershot 
18 Hamilton 

21 Streetsville 

22 Meadowvale 
24 Milton 

31 Malton 

849 



FARE 

6.55 
7.30 
7.65 
5.45 
5.50 
6.65 
4.10 
4.80 
5.25 
6.55 
7.25 
7.75 
8.65 
9.20 
3.45 
4.15 
4.65 
5.05 
5.90 
6.90 
7.35 
8.10 
8.50 
2.50 
2.50 
3.15 
3.95 
4.70 
5.20 
2.70 
3.20 
3.80 
4.35 
4.80 
5.25 
1.95 
3.95 
4.55 
5.20 
5.80 
6.55 
7.30 
7.65 
4.60 
4.65 
5.75 
3.60 



3526 



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ZONE 

7 Scarboro 
7 Scarboro 
7 Scarboro 
7 Scarboro 
7 Scarboro 
7 Scarboro 
7 Scarboro 
7 Scarboro 
7 Scarboro 
7 Scarboro 
7 Scarboro 
7 Scarboro 
7 Scarboro 
7 Scarboro 
7 Scarboro 
7 Scarboro 
7 Scarboro 
7 Scarboro 
7 Scarboro 
7 Scarboro 
7 Scarboro 
7 Scarboro 
7 Scarboro 
7 Scarboro 
7 Scarboro 
7 Scarboro 
7 Scarboro 
7 Scarboro 
7 Scarboro 
7 Scarboro 
7 Scarboro 
7 Scarboro 

7 Scarboro 

8 Scarboro 
8 Scarboro 
8 Scarboro 
8 Scarboro 
8 Scarboro 
8 Scarboro 
8 Scarboro 
8 Scarboro 
8 Scarboro 
8 Scarboro 
8 Scarboro 
8 Scarboro 
8 Scarboro 
8 Scarboro 



AND 

North 

North 

North 

North 

North 

North 

North 

North 

North 

North 

North 

North 

North 

North 

North 

North 

North 

North 

North 

North 

North 

North 

North 

North 

North 

North 

North 

North 

North 

North 

North 

North 

North 

East 

East 

East 

East 

East 

East 

East 

East 

East 

East 

East 

East 

East 

East 



ZONE 

32 Bramalea 

33 Brampton 

34 Huttonville 

35 Georgetown 

36 Silvercreek 

37 Acton 

38 Rockwood 

39 Guelph 

52 Kleinburg 

53 Nobleton 

54 Bolton 

55 Palgrave 

61 Richmond Hill/Maple 

62 Oak Ridges/King 

63 Aurora 

64 Newmarket 

65 Bradford/Oueensville 

66 Deerhurst/Keswick 

67 Churchill/Island Grove 

68 Stroud/Sutton 

69 Barrie 

70 MilUken 

71 Markham 

72 Wideman 

73 Stouffville 

74 Goodwood 

75 Uxbridge 

91 Pickering 

92 Ajax 

93 Whitby 

94 Oshawa 

95 Courtice 

96 Bowmanville 
8 Scarboro East 

1 1 Port Credit/Cooksville 

12 Ciarkson/Erindale 

13 Oakville 

14 Oakville West/Bronte 

15 Burlington 

16 Aldershot 
18 Hamilton 

21 Streetsville 

22 Meadowvale 
24 Milton 

31 Malton 

32 Bramalea 

33 Brampton 

850 



FARE 

4.30 
4.75 
5.40 
6.10 
6.75 
7.30 
8.15 
8.70 
4.85 
5.45 
5.95 
6.50 
2.55 
3.25 
3.75 
4.15 
5.00 
6.00 
6.45 
7.20 
7.60 
1.90 
1.95 
2.45 
3.25 
4.00 
4.50 
2.70 
3.20 
3.80 
4.35 
4.80 
5.25 
1.80 
4.75 
5.40 
6.05 
6.65 
7.45 
8.15 
8.55 
5.45 
5.50 
6.65 
4.30 
5.00 
5.55 



O. Reg. 285/90 



THE ONTTARIO GAZETTE 



3527 



ZONE 



AND 



8 Scarboro East 

8 Scarboro East 

8 Scarboro East 

8 Scarboro East 

8 Scarboro East 

8 Scarboro East 

8 Scarboro East 

8 Scarboro East 

8 Scarboro East 

8 Scarboro East 

8 Scarboro East 

8 Scarboro East 

8 Scarboro East 

8 Scarboro East 

8 Scarboro East 

8 Scarboro East 

8 Scarboro East 

8 Scarboro East 

8 Scarboro East 

8 Scarboro East 

8 Scarboro East 

8 Scarboro East 

8 Scarboro East 

8 Scarboro East 

8 Scarboro East 

8 Scarboro East 

8 Scarboro East 
11 Port Credit/Cooksville 
11 Port Credit/Cooksville 
11 Port Credit/Cooksville 
11 Port Credit/Cooksville 
11 Port Credit/Cooksville 
11 Port Credit/Cooksville 
11 Port Credit/Cooksville 
11 Port Credit/Cooksville 
11 Port Credit/Cooksville 
11 Port Credit/Cooksville 
11 Port Credit/Cooksville 
1 1 Port Credit/Cooksville 
11 Port Credit/Cooksville 
11 Port Credit/Cooksville 
1 1 Port Credit/Cooksville 
11 Port Credit/Cooksville 
11 Port Credit/Cooksville 

1 1 Port Credit/Cooksville 

12 Clarkson/Erindale 
12 Clarkson/Erindale 



ZONE 

34 Huttonville 

35 Georgetown 

36 Silvercreek 

37 Acton 

38 Rockwood 

39 Guelph 

61 Richmond Hill/Maple 

62 Oak Ridges/King 

63 Aurora 

64 Newmarket 

65 Bradford/Queensville 

66 Deerhurst/Keswick 

67 Churchill/Island Grove 

68 Stroud/Sutton 

69 Barrie 

70 Milliken 

71 Markham 

72 Wideman 

73 Stouffville 

74 Goodwood 

75 Uxbridge 

91 Pickering 

92 Ajax 

93 Whitby 

94 Oshawa 

95 Courtice 

96 Bowmanville 

11 Port Credit/Cooksville 

12 Clarkson/Erindale 

13 Oakville 

14 Oakville West/Bronte 

15 Burlington 

16 Aldershot 
18 Hamilton 

21 Streetsville 

22 Meadowvale 
24 Milton 

32 Bramalea 

33 Brampton 

34 Huttonville 

35 Georgetown 

36 Silvercreek 

37 Acton 

38 Rockwood 

39 Guelph 

12 Clarkson/Erindale 

13 Oakville 

851 



FARE 

6.25 
6.90 
7.65 
8.15 
9.00 
9.55 
3.40 
4.10 
4.65 
5.00 
5.85 
6.85 
7.35 
8.05 
8.45 
3.00 
3.05 
4.00 
4.40 
4.50 
4.75 
1.95 
2.45 
3.00 
3.45 
4.10 
4.45 
1.80 
1.80 
2.40 
3.05 
3.80 
4.55 
4.90 
1.85 
2.65 
3.90 
3.45 
2.75 
3.40 
4.10 
4.80 
5.30 
6.15 
6.75 
1.80 
1.80 



3528 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



ZONE 



AND 



12 Clarkson/Erindale 
12 Clarkson/Erindale 
12 Clarkson/Erindale 
12 Clarkson/Erindale 
12 Clarkson/Erindale 
12 Clarkson/Erindale 

12 Clarkson/Erindale 

13 Oakville 
13 Oakville 
13 Oakville 
13 Oakville 
13 Oakville 

13 Oakville 

14 Oakville West/Bronte 
14 Oakville West/Bronte 
14 Oakville West/Bronte 
14 Oakville West/Bronte 

14 Oakville West/Bronte 

15 Burlington 
15 Burlington 
15 Burlington 

15 Burlington 

16 Aldershot 
16 Aldershot 
16 Aldershot 
18 Hamilton 
21 Streetsville 
21 Streetsville 

21 Streetsville 

22 Meadowvale 
22 Meadowvale 
24 Milton 

31 Malton 
31 Malton 
31 Malton 
31 Malton 
31 Malton 
31 Malton 
31 Malton 
31 Malton 

31 Malton 

32 Bramalea 
32 Bramalea 
32 Bramalea 
32 Bramalea 
32 Bramalea 
32 Bramalea 



ZONE 

14 Oakville West/Bronte 

15 Burlington 

16 Aldershot 
18 Hamilton 

21 Streetsville 

22 Meadowvale 
24 Milton 

13 Oakville 

14 Oakville West/Bronte 

15 Burlington 

16 Aldershot 
18 Hamilton 
21 Streetsville 

14 Oakville West/Bronte 

15 Burlington 

16 Aldershot 
18 Hamilton 
21 Streetsville 

15 Burlington 

16 Aldershot 
18 Hamilton 
21 Streetsville 
16 Aldershot 
18 Hamilton 
21 Streetsville 
21 Streetsville 

21 Streetsville 

22 Meadowvale 
24 Milton 

22 Meadowvale 
24 Milton 
24 Milton 

31 Malton 

32 Bramalea 

33 Brampton 

34 Huttonville 

35 Georgetown 

36 Silvercreek 

37 Acton 

38 Rockwood 

39 Guelph 

32 Bramalea 

33 Brampton 

34 Huttonville 

35 Georgetown 

36 Silvercreek 

37 Acton 

852 



FARE 

2.40 

3.15 

3.90 

4.25 

1.85 

2.00 

3.25 

1.80 

1.80 

2.50 

3.30 

3.65 

1.85 

1.80 

1.90 

2.65 

3.05 

2.40 

1.80 

1.80 

2.25 

3.15 

1.80 

1.80 

3.90 

4.25 

1.80 

1.80 

2.25 

1.80 

2.20 

1.80 

1.80 

1.80 

2.20 

2.90 

3.55 

4.25 

4.75 

5.65 

6.20 

1.80 

1.80 

2.35 

3.00 

3.75 

4.25 



O. Reg. 285/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3529 



ZONE 

32 Bramalea 

32 Bramalea 

33 Brampton 
33 Brampton 
33 Brampton 
33 Brampton 
33 Brampton 
33 Brampton 

33 Brampton 

34 Huttonville 
34 Huttonville 
34 Huttonville 
34 Huttonville 
34 Huttonville 

34 Huttonville 

35 Georgetown 
35 Georgetown 
35 Georgetown 
35 Georgetown 

35 Georgetown 

36 Silvercreek 
36 Silvercreek 
36 Silvercreek 

36 Silvercreek 

37 Acton 
37 Acton 

37 Acton 

38 Rockwood 

38 Rockwood 

39 Guelph 
52 Kleinburg 
52 Kleinburg 
52 Kleinburg 
52 Kleinburg 
52 Kleinburg 
52 Kleinburg 

52 Kleinburg 

53 Nobleton 
53 Nobleton 
53 Nobleton 
53 Nobleton 
53 Nobleton 

53 Nobleton 

54 Bolton 
54 Bolton 
54 Bolton 
54 Bolton 



AND 



ZONE 

38 Rockwood 

39 Guelph 

33 Brampton 

34 Huttonville 

35 Georgetown 

36 Silvercreek 

37 Acton 

38 Rockwood 

39 Guelph 

34 Huttonville 

35 Georgetown 

36 Silvercreek 

37 Acton 

38 Rockwood 

39 Guelph 

35 Georgetown 

36 Silvercreek 

37 Acton 

38 Rockwood 

39 Guelph 

36 Silvercreek 

37 Acton 

38 Rockwood 

39 Guelph 

37 Acton 

38 Rockwood 

39 Guelph 

38 Rockwood 

39 Guelph 
39 Guelph 

52 Kleinburg 

53 Nobleton 

54 Bolton 

55 Palgrave 

56 Schomberg 

61 Richmond Hill/Maple 
64 Newmarket 

53 Nobleton 

54 Bolton 

55 Palgrave 

56 Schomberg 

61 Richmond Hill/Maple 
64 Newmarket 

54 Bolton 

55 Palgrave 

56 Schomberg 

61 Richmond Hill/Maple 
853 



FARE 
5.10 
5.65 
1.80 
1.80 
2.30 
3.00 
3.55 
4.40 
4.95 
1.80 
1.90 
2.50 
3.05 
3.95 
4.50 
1.80 
1.90 
2.45 
3.30 
3.85 
1.80 
1.80 
2.60 
3.15 
1.80 
1.90 
2.45 
1.80 
1.90 
1.80 
1.80 
2.10 
2.60 
3.15 
1.85 
1.90 
6.75 
1.80 
1.80 
2.20 
1.85 
2.60 
7.25 
1.80 
1.80 
1.85 
3.15 



3530 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



ZONE 



AND 



54 Bolton 

55 Palgrave 
55 Palgrave 
55 Palgrave 

55 Palgrave 

56 Schomberg 
56 Schomberg 

61 Richmond Hill/Maple 
61 Richmond Hill/Maple 
61 Richmond Hill/Maple 
61 Richmond Hill/Maple 
61 Richmond Hill/Maple 
61 Richmond Hill/Maple 
61 Richmond Hill/Maple 
61 Richmond Hill/Maple 
61 Richmond Hill/Maple 
61 Richmond Hill/Maple 
61 Richmond Hill/Maple 
61 Richmond Hill/Maple 
61 Richmond Hill/Maple 

61 Richmond Hill/Maple 

62 Oak Ridges/King 
62 Oak Ridges/King 
62 Oak Ridges/King 
62 Oak Ridges/King 
62 Oak Ridges/King 
62 Oak Ridges/King 
62 Oak Ridges/King 

62 Oak Ridges/King 

63 Aurora 
63 Aurora 
63 Aurora 
63 Aurora 
63 Aurora 
63 Aurora 

63 Aurora 

64 Newmarket 
64 Newmarket 
64 Newmarket 
64 Newmarket 
64 Newmarket 

64 Newmarket 

65 Bradford/Queensville 
65 Bradford/Queensville 
65 Bradford/Queensville 
65 Bradford/Queensville 
65 Bradford/Queensville 



ZONE 

64 Newmarket 

55 Palgrave 

56 Schomberg 

61 Richmond Hill/Maple 

64 Newmarket 

61 Richmond Hill/Maple 

64 Newmarket 

61 Richmond Hill/Maple 

62 Oak Ridges/King 

63 Aurora 

64 Newmarket 

65 Bradford/Queensville 

66 Deerhurst/Keswick 

67 Churchill/Island Grove 

68 Stroud/Sutton 

69 Barrie 

71 Markham 

72 Wideman 

73 Stouffville 

74 Goodwood 

75 Uxbridge 

62 Oak Ridges/King 

63 Aurora 

64 Newmarket 

65 Bradford/Queensville 

66 Deerhurst/Keswick 

67 Churchill/Island Grove 

68 Stroud/Sutton 

69 Barrie 

63 Aurora 

64 Newmarket 

65 Bradford/Queensville 

66 Deerhurst/Keswick 

67 Churchill/Island Grove 

68 Stroud/Sutton 

69 Barrie 

64 Newmarket 

65 Bradford/Queensville 

66 Deerhurst/Keswick 

67 Churchill/Island Grove 

68 Stroud/Sutton 

69 Barrie 

65 Bradford/Queensville 

66 Deerhurst/Keswick 

67 Churchill/Island Grove 

68 Stroud/Sutton 

69 Barrie 

854 



FARE 

7.75 
1.80 
1.80 
3.70 
8.25 
1.85 
1.85 
1.80 
1.90 
2.50 
2.95 
3.75 
4.80 
5.25 
6.00 
6.40 
1.80 
2.10 
2.95 
3.50 
4.20 
1.80 
1.80 
2.15 
3.00 
4.00 
4.45 
5.15 
5.60 
1.80 
1.80 
2.30 
3.30 
3.80 
4.50 
4.95 
1.80 
1.80 
2.80 
3.25 
3.95 
4.40 
1.80 
2.35 
2.85 
3.55 
4.00 



O. Reg. 285/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3531 



ZONE 



AND 



66 Deerhurst/Keswick 
66 Deerhurst/Keswick 
66 Deerhurst/Keswick 

66 Deerhurst/Keswick 

67 Churchill/Island Grove 
67 Churchill/Island Grove 

67 Churchill/Island Grove 

68 Stroud/Sutton 

68 Stroud/Sutton 

69 Barrie 

70 Milliken 
70 Milliken 
70 Milliken 
70 Milliken 
70 Milliken 

70 Milliken 

71 Markham 
71 Markham 
71 Markham 
71 Markham 

71 Markham 

72 Wideman 
72 Wideman 
72 Wideman 

72 Wideman 

73 Stouffville 
73 Stouffville 

73 Stouffville 

74 Goodwood 

74 Goodwood 

75 Uxbridge 
91 Pickering 
91 Pickering 
91 Pickering 
91 Pickering 
91 Pickering 

91 Pickering 

92 Ajax 
92 Ajax 
92 Ajax 
92 Ajax 

92 Ajax 

93 Whitby 
93 Whitby 
93 Whitby 

93 Whitby 

94 Oshawa 



ZONE 

66 Deerhurst/Keswick 

67 Churchill/Island Grove 

68 Stroud/Sutton 

69 Barrie 

67 Churchill/Island Grove 

68 Stroud/Sutton 

69 Barrie 

68 Stroud/Sutton 

69 Barrie 

69 Barrie 

70 Milliken 

71 Markham 

72 Wideman 

73 Stouffville 

74 Goodwood 

75 Uxbridge 

71 Markham 

72 Wideman 

73 Stouffville 

74 Goodwood 

75 Uxbridge 

72 Wideman 

73 StoufMlle 

74 Goodwood 

75 Uxbridge 

73 Stouffville 

74 Goodwood 

75 Uxbridge 

74 Goodwood 

75 Uxbridge 
75 Uxbridge 

91 Pickering 

92 Ajax 

93 Whitby 

94 Oshawa 

95 Courtice 

96 Bowmanville 

92 Ajax 

93 Whitby 

94 Oshawa 

95 Courtice 

% Bowmanville 

93 Whitby 

94 Oshawa 

95 Courtice 

96 Bowmanville 
94 Oshawa 

855 



FARE 
1.80 
1.95 
2.50 
3.15 
1.80 
1.80 
2.15 
1.80 
1.80 
1.80 
1.80 
1.80 
1.85 
2.35 
3.10 
3.60 
1.80 
1.80 
2.30 
3.05 
3.55 
1.80 
1.80 
2.50 
3.05 
1.80 
2.00 
2.60 
1.80 
1.80 
1.80 
1.80 
1.80 
2.25 
2.80 
3.25 
3.70 
1.80 
1.80 
1.90 
2.70 
3.10 
1.80 
1.80 
2.15 
2.55 
1.80 



3532 O. Reg. 285/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 287/90 



ZONE 

94 Oshawa 

94 Oshawa 

95 Courtice 

95 Courtice 

96 Bowmanville 



AND 



ZONE 

95 Courtice 

96 Bowmanville 

95 Courtice 

96 Bowmanville 
96 Bowmanville 



FARE 
1.80 
1.95 
1.80 
1.80 
1.80 
O. Reg. 285/90, s. 1. 



2. This Regulation comes into force on the 1st day of July, 1990. 

Toronto Area Transit Operating Authorpty: 

L. H. Parsons 
Chairman 



Dated at Toronto, this 17th day of May, 1990. 

25/90 



T. G. Smith 
Managing Director 



REGISTRY ACT 

O. Reg. 286/90. 

Office Hours. 
Made— June 4th, 1990. 
Filed— June 4th. 1990. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
REGISTRY ACT 

OFFICE HOURS 

1. Despite section 4 of Regulation 896 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980 (Forms and Records) 
and section 52 of Ontario Regulation 75/82 (Forms, 
Records and Procedures), the Land Registry Office 
for the Registry Division of Middlesex East (No. 33) 
and the Land Titles Division of Middlesex East 
(No. 33) shall be kept open from 9.30 o'clock in the 
forenoon until 10.00 o'clock in the forenoon, local 
time, on the 4th day of June, 1990. O. Reg. 286/90, 
s. 1. 

2. This Regulation expires with the 5th day of 
June, 1990. 

Barbara E. Levasseur 
Deputy Director of Land Registration 

Dated at Toronto, this 4th day of June, 1990. 



25/90 



COURTS OF JUSTICE ACT, 1984 

O. Reg. 287/90. 

Salaries and Benefits of Provincial Judges. 

Made— June 1st, 1990. 

Filed— June 4th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 811 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

COURTS OF JUSTICE ACT, 1984 

1. Section 1 of Regulation 811 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as remade 
by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
227/85, is revoked. 

2. Section 3 of the Regulation, as amended 
by section 3 of Ontario Regulation 
227/85, is further amended by striking 
out "Provincial Court" in the first line 
and substituting "Ontario Court (Provin- 
cial Division)". 

3. Section 4 of the Regulation, as amended 
by section 3 of Ontario Regulation 
227/85, is further amended by striking 



856 



O. Reg. 287/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 288/90 3533 



out ''Provincial Court" in tlie second line 
and substituting "Ontario Court (Provin- 
cial Division)". 

4. Subsection 6 (4) of the Regulation, as 
made by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
123/90, is amended by striking out "Pro- 
vincial Court" in the second line and sub- 
stituting "Ontario Court (Provincial 
Division)". 

5. — (1) Subsection 9 (1) of the Regulation, as 
made by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
177/82 and amended by section 3 of 
Ontario Regulation 227/85, is further 
amended by striking out "Provincial 
Court" in the fourth line and substituting 
"Ontario Court (Provincial Division)". 

(2) Subsection 9 (9) of the Regulation, as 
made by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
177/82 and amended by section 3 of 
Ontario Regulation 227/85, is revoked. 

6. Schedule 3 to the Regulation, as made by 
section 2 of Ontario Regulation 337/89, is 
revoked and the following substituted: 

Schedule 3 

1 . Chief Judge of the Provincial 

Division $120,000 

2. Regional senior judge of the 

Provincial Division " 115,000 

3. Co-ordinator of Justices of the 

Peace 115,000 

4. Any other provincial judge 105,000 

O. Reg. 287/90, s. 6. 

7. This Regulation comes into force on the 
day section 2 of the Courts of Justice 
Amendment Act, 1989 (chapter 55) comes 
into force. 

25/90 



PUBLIC SERVICE ACT 

O. Reg. 288/90. 

General. 

Made— May 25th, 1990. 
Approved — June 1st, 1990. 
Filed— June 4th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 881 OF 

REVISED REGLXATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

PUBLIC SERVICE ACT 

1.— (1) Subsection 64 (lb) of Regulation 881 
of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, 
as made by section 1 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 41/90, is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

(lb) As of the 1st day of January, 1989, every 
commissioned officer in the Ontario Provincial Police 
Force below the rank of Deputy Commissioner is 
entitled to vacation credits at the rate of 2V2 days per 
month from the beginning of the calendar year in 
which the officer completes twenty-five years of con- 
tinuous service. O. Reg. 288/90. s. 1. 

(2) Section 64 of the Regulation, as amended 
by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 
286/83, section 13 of Ontario Regulation 
24/86, section 3 of Ontario Regulation 
304/87, section 3 of Ontario Regulation 
667/87 and section 1 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 41/90, is further amended by adding 
the following subsections: 

(Ic) As of the 1st day of January, 1990, every com- 
missioned officer in the Ontario Provincial Police 
Force below the rank of Deputy Commissioner may 
elect to receive one weeks salary- in lieu of five days 
of accumulated vacation credits in each calendar 
year. 

(Id) The commissioned officer shall give written 
notice of the election to the Commissioner on or 
before the 1st day of November in the year for which 
the election is made. 

(le) For the year 1989, every commissioned offi- 
cer in the Ontario Provincial Police Force below the 
rank of Deputy Commissioner may elect to receive 
one weeks salary in lieu of five days of accumulated 
vacation credits. 

(If) For the year 1989, the commissioned officer 
shall give written notice of the election to the Com- 
missioner on or before the 1st day of November, 
1990. O. Reg. 288/90, s. 1 (2), part. 



(8a) Subsection (8) does not apply to a commis- 
sioned officer in the Ontario Provincial Police Force 
below the rank of Deputy Commissioner. O. Reg. 
288/90. s. 1 (2), part. 

2. Section 85 of the Regulation, as remade 
by section 29 of Ontario Regulatran 24/86 



857 



3534 O. Reg. 288/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 291/90 



and amended by section 11 of Ontario 
Regulation 304/87, is revoked. 

3. Section 100 of the Regulation is revoked. 

4. Section 108 of the Regulation is revoked. 

Civil Service Commission: 

Elaine Todres 
Chairman 

Dated at Toronto, this 25th day of May, 1990. 

25/90 



COURTS OF JUSTICE ACT, 1984 

O. Reg. 289/90. 

Salaries and Benefits of Masters. 
Made— June 1st, 1990. 
Filed— June 4th, 1990. 



1. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 539 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

COURTS OF JUSTICE ACT, 1984 

Section la of Regulation 539 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as remade 
by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 62/88, 
is revoked and the following substituted: 



la. A master who is serving on a part-time basis 
under section 54 of the Act shall be paid, for each full 
day of service, an amount equal to the annual salary 
of a full-time master divided by 261. O. Reg. 
289/90, s . 1. 

2. Sections lb and Ic of the Regulation, as 
made by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
333/84, are revoked. 

25/90 



COURTS OF JUSTICE ACT, 1984 

O. Reg. 290/90. 

Salaries and Benefits of Provincial Judges. 
Made— June 1st, 1990. 
Filed— June 4th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 811 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

COURTS OF JUSTICE ACT, 1984 

1. Section 2a of Regulation 811 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as remade 
by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 61/88, 
is revoked and the following substituted: 

2a. A judge who is serving on a part-time basis 
under section 54 of the Act shall be paid, for each full 
day of service, an amount equal to the annual salary 
of a full-time judge of the same judicial rank divided 
by 261. O. Reg. 290/90, s. 1. 

2. Section 2b and 2c of the Regulation, as 
made by section 47 of Ontario Regulation 
332/84, are revoked. 

25/90 



COURTS OF JUSTICE ACT, 1984 

O. Reg. 291/90. 

Provincial Judges Benefits. 
Made— June 1st, 1990. 
Filed— June 4th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 
ONTARIO REGULATION 332/84 

MADE UNDER THE 
COURTS OF JUSTICE ACT, 1984 

1. — (1) Subsection 2(1) of Ontario Regulation 
332/84 is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted: 

(1) A judge who ceases to hold office or is serving 
on a part-time basis under section 54 of the Act is 
entitled to an annual income continuity payment dur- 
ing his or her lifetime if the judge meets the basic ser- 
vice requirement. O. Reg. 291/90, s. 1 (1). 

(2) Subsection 2 (3) of the Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted: 

(3) The percentage mentioned in subsection (2) is 
determined by locating the judge's age at the earlier 
of the date on which he or she ceased to hold office 
and the date he or she started to serve on a part-time 
basis in Column 1 of Table 1 and finding the percent- 
age set out opposite that age in a column of Table 1 
headed by the number of years of full-time service for 
which the judge has credit upon ceasing to hold office 



858 



O. Reg. 291/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 292/90 3535 



or starting to serve on a part-time basis. O. Reg. 
291/90, s. 1 (2). 

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

3. The basic service requirement to qualify for 
annual income continuity payments under this Regu- 
lation is that. 

(a) the judge must have attained sixty-five years 
of age; and 

(b) the sum of the number of years of full-time 
service for which the judge has credit and 
the judge's age on the date he or she ceases 
to hold office or starts to serve on a part- 
time basis must be at least eighty years. 
O. Reg. 291/90, s. 2. 

3. — (1) Subsection 4 (1) of the Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted: 

(1) A judge is entitled, upon ceasing to hold office 
or starting to serve on a part-time basis under section 
54 of the Act, whichever occurs first, to an annual 
income continuity payment during his or her lifetime 
if he or she, 

(a) is appointed to office after attaining sixty 
years of age but before attaining sixty-five 
years of age ; and 

(b) continues as a full-time judge until attaining 
seventy years of age. O. Reg. 291/90, 
s. 3(1). 

(2) Subsection 4 (3) of the Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted: 

(3) If the judge attains seventy years of age before 
ceasing to hold office or starting to serve on a part- 
time basis, the percentage mentioned in subsection 
(2) is set out in Column 2 of Table 2 opposite the age 
at which the judge was appointed to office in 
Column 1. O. Reg. 291/90, s. 3 (2). 

(3) Clause 4 (5) (a) of the Regulation is 
revoked. 

4. Clause 7 (a) of the Regulation is revoked. 

5. The Regulation is amended by adding the 
following section: 

10a. For the year beginning on the 1st day of 
April of each year, the annual income continuity pay- 
ment of a judge who is serving on a part-time basis 
under section 54 of the Act shall be reduced by the 
amount, if any, by which the sum of the amount the 
judge would otherwise be entitled to as an annual 
income continuity payment and the amount of remu- 
neration the judge is entitled to for serving on a part- 



time basis exceeds the full-time salary of a judge of 
the same judicial rank. O. Reg. 291/90, s. 5. 

6. Clause 18 (a) of the Regulation, as made 
by section 7 of Ontario Regulation 
803/84, is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

(a) in the case of a person who is entitled to an 
annual income continuity payment after 
attaining sixty-five years of age, on the first 
day of the month next following the month 
in which the person entitled to the income 
continuity payment ceases to hold office or 
starts to serve on a part-time basis; or 

7.— (1) Subsection 42 (1) of the Regulation, as 
remade by section 12 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 803/84, is amended by inserting after 
"office" in the third line "or starting to 
serve on a part-time basis". 

(2) Subsection 42 (2) of the Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted: 

(2) Computations for the purpose of subsection 
(1) shall be made as of the day the judge ceases to 
hold office or starts to serve on a part-time basis. 
O. Reg. 291/90, s. 7 (2). 



8. 



25/90 



Column 1 of Table 1 of the Regulation is 
amended by striking out "Age attained 
before ceasing to hold office" and substi- 
tuting "Age attained before ceasing to 
hold office or starting to serve on a part- 
time basis". 



COURTS OF JUSTICE ACT, 1984 



O. Reg. 292/90. 

Salaries and Benefits of Masters. 
Made— June 1st, 1990. 
Filed— June 4th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 539 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

COURTS OF JUSTICE ACT, 1984 

Section 2 of Regulation 539 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980, is amended 
by striking out "Senior Master" in the 
first line and substituting "Chief Justice 
of the Ontario Court". 



859 



3536 O. Reg. 292/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 293/90 



2. Section 3 of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out ''Senior Master" in the sec- 
ond line and substituting "Chief Justice 
of the Ontario Court". 

3. Subsection 5 (4) of the Regulation, as 
made by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
124/90, is amended by striking out 
"Senior Master" in the first line and sub- 
stituting "Chief Justice of the Ontario 
Court". 

4. Clause 6 (2) (b) of the Regulation, as 
made by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 
333/84, is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

(b) a reference in the Regulation to a Chief 
Judge shall be deemed to refer to the Chief 
Justice of the Ontario Court; 



5. 



25/90 



Subsection 8 (1) of the Regulation, as 
made by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 
463/85, is amended by striking out 
"senior master" in the third line and 
substituting "Chief Justice of the Ontario 
Court". 

This Regulation comes into force on the 
day section 2 of the Courts of Justice 
Amendment Act, 1989 (chapter 55) comes 
into force. 



COURTS OF JUSTICE ACT, 1984 



O. Reg. 293/90. 

Provincial Judges Benefits. 
Made— June 1st, 1990. 
Filed— June 4th, 1990. 



1. 



(ca) 



REGULATION TO AMEND 
ONTARIO REGULATION 332/84 

MADE UNDER THE 
COURTS OF JUSTICE ACT, 1984 

Section 1 of Ontario Regulation 332/84 is 
amended by adding the following clause: 

"Chief Judge" means the Chief Judge of the 
Ontario Court (Provincial Division); 



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

(2) The amount of the income continuity payment 
for a judge is an amount equal to a percentage of the 



greatest of the following amounts that apply to the 
judge: 

1. The salary of the Chief Judge, in the case 
of, 

i. a Chief Judge who, on or after attain- 
ing the age for retirement under sub- 
section 43 (1) of the Act, ceased to 
hold office as a judge or made an 
election under subsection 44 (2) of 
the Act, or 

ii. a judge who held the office of Chief 
Judge and who held the office of 
Chief Judge, regional senior judge or 
Co-ordinator of Justices of the Peace 
for a total of five years or more. 

2. The salary of a regional senior judge, in the 
case of, 

i. a regional senior judge or Co-ordina- 
tor of Justices of the Peace who, on 
or after attaining the age for retire- 
ment under subsection 43 (1) of the 
Act, ceased to hold office as a judge 
or made an election under subsection 
44(2)or(3)oftheAct,or 

ii. a judge who held the office of region- 
al senior judge or Co-ordinator of 
Justices of the Peace for five years or 
more. 

3. The salary of the Chief Judge, in the case of 
a judge who held the office of Chief Judge 
before the day section 2 of the Courts of 
Justice Amendment Act, 1989 (chapter 55) 
came into force. 

4. 95.84 per cent of the salary of the Chief 
Judge, in the case of a judge who held the 
office of associate chief judge before the day 
section 2 of the Courts of Justice Amend- 
ment Act, 1989 (chapter 55) came into force. 

5. 93.34 per cent of the salary of the Chief 
Judge, in the case of a judge who held the 
office of senior judge before the day section 
2 of the Courts of Justice Amendment Act, 
1989 (chapter 55) came into force. 

6. The salary of a full-time provincial judge. 
O. Reg. 293/90, s. 2. 

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

(2) The amount of the income continuity payment 
mentioned in subsection (1) is an amount equal to a 
percentage of the greatest of the amounts set out in 
paragraphs 1 through 6 of subsection 2 (2) that apply 
to the judge. O. Reg. 293/90, s. 3. 



860 



O. Reg. 293/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 295/90 3537 



4. Subsection 10 (1) of the Regulation, as 
remade by section 2 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 803/84, is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

(1) The amount of every annual income continuity 
payment shall be increased by a percentage equal to 
the percentage increase of the salary on which the 
amount of the income continuity payment is based. 
O. Reg. 293/90. s. 4. 

5. Clause 32 (5) (b) of the Regulation, as 
remade by section 1 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 122/90, is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

(b) to the "deputy minister" shall be deemed to 
be a reference to the Chief Judge. 

6. This Regulation comes into force on the 
day section 2 of the Courts of Justice 
Amendment Act, 1989 (chapter 55) comes 
into force. 

25/90 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE ACT 

O. Reg. 294/90. 

Fees and Expenses — ^Justices of the Peace. 
Made— June 1st. 1990. 
Filed— June 5th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 620/85 

MADE UNDER THE 

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE ACT 

1. — (1) Subsection (1) of Ontario Regulation 
620/85, as remade by section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 172/90, is amended by striking 
out the first seven lines and substituting 
the following: 

(1) In an area in which sections 4, 15, 16 and 18 
and subsection 17 (2) of the Justices of the Peace Act, 
1989 do not apply, a part-time justice of the peace 
who is not employed in the public service of Ontario 
shall be paid the following fees in respect of duties 
performed on or after the 1st day of April, 1990: 



respect of duties for which the additional compensa- 
tion is applicable. O. Reg. 294/90, s. 1 (2). 



(2) 



Section 1 of the Regulation is amended by 
adding the following subsection: 



(3a) A justice of the peace receiving additional 
compensation under section 2a of Ontario Regula- 
tion 398/84 is not entitled to fees under this section in 



2. 



3. 



25/90 



Section la of the Regulation, as made by 
section 2 of Ontario Regulation 188/86, is 
revoked. 

Section 2 of the Regulation, as amended 
by section 3 of Ontario Regulation 
188/86, section 2 of Ontario Regulation 
695/87, section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
175/88, section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
176/88, section 2 of Ontario Regulation 
708/88, section 2 of Ontario Regulation 
708/89 and section 2 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 172/90, is revoked. 

Section 3 of the Regulation, as amended 
by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 22/86 
and section 4 of Ontario Regulation 
188/86, is revoked. 

Section 4 of the Regulation, as remade by 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 725/86, is 
revoked. 

This Regulation comes into force on the 
day section 21 of the Justices of the Peace 
Act, 1989 is proclaimed in force. 



COURTS OF JUSTICE ACT, 1984 

O. Reg. 295/90. 

Money Paid Into Court. 
Made— June 1st, 1990. 
Filed— June 5th, 1990. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
COURTS OF JUSTICE ACT, 1984 

MONEY PAID INTO COURT 

1. — (1) Subject to subsection (2), money paid into 
the Ontario Court (General Division) shall be paid to 
the Accountant of the Ontario Court unless it is paid 
into the Small Claims Court. 

(2) Money paid into the Ontario Court (General 
Division) in a proceeding under the Landlord and 
Tenant Act or the Repair and Storage Liens Act, 1989 
shall be paid to the local registrar of the Ontario 
Court (General Division) for the location where the 
proceeding was commenced, if the proceeding was 
commenced outside The Municipality of Metropoli- 
tan Toronto. 



861 



3538 O. Reg. 295/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 297/90 



(3) Money paid into court in a proceeding 
referred to in subsection (2) that is not paid out after 
one year shall be transferred forthwith to the 
Accountant. 

(4) The money paid into court and the securities 
in which it is invested are vested in, 

(a) the Accountant of the Ontario Court if they 
are paid to or transferred to the Accoun- 
tant; and 

(b) the local registrar to whom they are paid 
otherwise. 

(5) Mortgages and other securities taken under an 
order of the Ontario Court (General Division) shall 
be taken in the name of the Accountant of the 
Ontario Court and shall be deposited in the Accoun- 
tant's office, unless an order provides otherwise. 

(6) The Accountant has no duty or obligation in 
respect of the instruments deposited under subsec- 
tion (5) except as custodian of the instruments, unless 
an order provides otherwise. O. Reg. 295/90, s. 1 . 

2. — (1) The Deputy Attorney General or the per- 
son or persons designated by the Deputy Attorney 
General has control and management of the money 
in the Ontario Court (General Division), the invest- 
ment of the money and the securities in which it is 
invested unless the money is paid into the Small 
Claims Court. 

(2) Money that is available for investment shall be 
invested in investments in which the Treasurer of 
Ontario may invest public money under section 3 of 
the Financial Administration Act. 

(3) The person who has control and management 
of money paid into court may employ a trust com- 
pany to make the investments or act as custodian of 
the securities purchased as investments. 

(4) Money paid or transferred to the Accountant 
shall bear interest at the rate of 11.5 per cent per 
year, compounded semi-annually. O. Reg. 295/90, 

s. 2. 

3. This Regulation comes into force on the day 
section 2 of the Courts of Justice Amendment Act, 
1989 (chapter 55) comes into force. 

25/90 X 



COURTS OF JUSTICE ACT, 1984 

O. Reg. 2%/90. 

Number of Judges. 
Made— June 1st, 1990. 
Filed— June 5th, 1990. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
COURTS OF JUSTICE ACT, 1984 

NUMBER OF JUDGES 

1. There shall be 183 judges of the Ontario Court 
(General Division) in addition to the Chief Justice of 
the Ontario Court, the Associate Chief Justice of the 
Ontario Court, the regional senior judges of the 
Ontario Court (General Division) and the Senior 
Judge for the Unified Family Court. O. Reg. 
296/90, s . 1. 

2. This Regulation comes into force on the day 
section 2 of the Courts of Justice Amendment Act, 
1989 (chapter 55) comes into force. 

25/90 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE ACT, 1989 

O. Reg. 297/90. 

Salaries and Benefits. 
Made— June 1st, 1990. 
Filed— June 5th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 398/84 

MADE UNDER THE 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

ACT, 1989 

1. — (1) Subsection 1 (1) of Ontario Regulation 
398/84 is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted: 

(1) The annual salary of a person who is first 
appointed as a full-time justice of the peace is the 
annual salary set out opposite Level 1 in Table 1 
unless the Lieutenant Governor in Council autho- 
rizes payment of the annual salary set out opposite 
another level in Table 1. O. Reg. 297/90, s. 1 (1). 

(2) Subsection 1 (la) of the Regulaton, as 
made by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
92/89, is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted: 

(la) The Lieutenant Governor in Council may 
authorize payment of an annual salary set out oppo- 
site a level in Table 2 to a full-time justice of the 
peace when, 

(a) the person is appointed as a full-time justice 
of the peace; 

(b) the justice of the peace is authorized to pre- 
side over trials of offences under Acts of the 
Legislature or under regulations or by-laws 



862 



O. Reg. 297/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3539 



made under the authority of Acts of the 
Legislature; and 

(c) having previously been a full-time justice of 
the peace for at least three years, the justice 
of the peace subsequently ceased to be a 
full-time justice of the f)eace. O. Reg. 
297/90, s. I (2). 

(3) Subsection 1 (3) of the Regulation, as 
remade by section 1 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 707/89, is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

(3) A full-time justice of the peace who is desig- 
nated by the Co-ordinator as the supervising justice 
of the peace for The Municipality of Metropolitan 
Toronto shall be paid an annual salary equal to the 
annual salary applicable to Level 5 in Table 2 plus the 
sum of $2,254 for service on and after the 1st day of 
January. 1989. O. Reg. 297/90, s. 1 (3). 

2. — (1) Subsection 2 (1) of the Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted: 

(1) The annual salary of every full-time justice of 
the peace who is paid an annual salary at a level in 
Table 1 is increased to the annual salary at the next 
highest level in Table 1 one year after his or her 
appointment as a full-time justice of the peace and is 
increased at yearly intervals thereafter to the annual 
salary at the next highest level in Table I until the 
highest level is reached in Table 1. O. Reg. 297/90. 
s. 2(1). 

(2) Subsection 2 (2) of the Regulation is 
amended by, 

(a) striking out "authorized to be paid by salary 
and" in the second line; and 

(b) striking out "paid by salary'' in the fifth line 
and substituting "a fiiil-time justice of the 
peace". 

3. The Regulation is amended by adding the 
following section: 

2a. — (1) In this section, 

"holiday" means Sunday and a day that is a holiday 
for civil servants as prescribed by the regulations 
under the Public Service Act; 

"normal working hours" means IV* hours per day. 
from Monday through Friday, excepting annual 
vacations and holidays. 

(2) The following additional compensation shall 
be paid for the sf>ecial assignments described below: 

1. In The Municipality of Metropolitan 
Toronto, a justice of the peace designated 



by the Co-ordinator to perform duties on a 
scheduled basis between the hours of mid- 
night and 6 a.m. shall be paid S370.30 per 
week. 

2. In The Municipality of Metropolitan 
Toronto, a justice of the peace designated 
by the Co-ordinator to perform duties on a 
scheduled basis between the hours of 4 p.m. 
and midnight and on Saturdays and holidays 
shall be paid $718.35 per month. 

3. In The Regional Municipality of York, a 
justice of the jjeace designated by the 
Co-ordinator to perform duties on a sched- 
uled basis on Saturdays and holidays shall 
be paid S84.50 per week. 

4. In The Regional Municipality of Peel, a jus- 
tice of the peace designated by the Co-ordi- 
nator to perform duties on a scheduled basis 
between the hours of 4 p.m. and midnight 
and on Saturdays and holidays shall be paid 
$718.35 per month. 

5. In an area within a territorial district where, 
in the opinion of the Co-ordinator. it is not 
feasible because of the area's remoteness to 
provide justice of the peace services on a fee 
basis, a justice of the peace shall be paid 
$27.66. $56.49 or $84. 14 per week, based on 
the workload of the justice of the peace, as 
determined by the Co-ordinator. if he or she 
is designated by the Co-ordinator to be 
available on an occasional basis, 

i. to perform justice of the peace 
duties. 

ii. to assist with community legal educa- 
tion, and 

iii. to provide interpretation and other 
services in court proceedings involv- 
ing native persons. 

6. A full-time justice of the peace shall be 
paid, for duties performed outside normal 
working hours, the same amount that would 
be paid to a justice of the peace under sec- 
tion I of Ontario Regulation 620/85. 

7. A person employed in the public service of 
Ontario who is also a justice of the peace 
shall be paid, for duties performed outside 
normal working hours, the same amount 
that would be paid to a justice of the peace 
under section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
620/85. 

(3) A person is not entitled to additional compen- 
sation under paragraph 1 . 2, 3 or 4 of subsection (2) 
for duties performed during normal working hours. 

(4) A person is not entitled to additional compen- 
sation under paragraph 6 or 7 of subsection (2) in 



863 



3540 O. Reg. 297/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 300/90 



respect of duties for which he or she receives addi- 
tional compensation under another paragraph of that 
subsection. 

(5) A justice of the peace who performs unsche- 
duled duties for which there would be compensation 
under paragraph 1 , 2, 3 or 4 of subsection (2) if they 
were scheduled duties shall receive a per diem pay- 
ment proportionate to the weekly or monthly pay- 
ment prescribed as additional compensation for each 
day the unscheduled duties are performed. 

(6) Any additional compensation paid to a full- 
time justice of the peace under this section is in addi- 
tion to his or her salary and does not form part of the 
salary. O. Reg. 297/90, s. 3. 

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

3. Section 15 and Part VI of Regulation 881 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 apply with nec- 
essary modifications in respect of full-time justices of 
the peace and, for the purpose, a reference to the 
deputy minister is deemed to be a reference to the 
Co-ordinator. O. Reg. 297/90, s. 4. 



5. 



25/90 



This Regulation conies into force on the 
day section 21 of the Justices of the Peace 
Act, 1989 is proclaimed in force. 



PROVINCIAL PARKS ACT 



O. Reg. 298/90. 

General. 

Made— June 5th, 1990. 

Filed— June 5th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 822 OF 
REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 
PROVINCIAL PARKS ACT 

1. Section 33 of Regulation 822 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as remade 
by section 3 of Ontario Regulation 51/86 
and amended by section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 400/86 and section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 65/90, is further 
amended by adding the following sub- 
section: 

(la) Notwithstanding subsection (1), any person 
may take a motor vehicle or bus into a provincial 



park on June 9, 1990 without paying the fee for the 
daily vehicle permit or the daily bus permit. 
O. Reg. 298/90, s. 1. 

25/90 



ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT 



O. Reg. 299/90. 

Endangered Species. 
Made— June 5th, 1990. 
Filed— June 5th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 287 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT 

1.— (1) Item 5 of Schedule 1 to Regulation 287 
of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, 
as amended by section 1 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 322/84 and section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 195/88, is revoked. 

(2) Schedule 1 to the Regulation is amended 
by adding the following items: 

13. Lycaeides melissa samuelis Nabokov, com- 
monly known as Karner Blue Butterfly. 

14. Callophrys (/.) irus (Godart) commonly 
known as Frosted Elfin. 

25/90 



ONTARIO GUARANTEED ANNUAL 
INCOME ACT 

O. Reg. 300/90. 

Guaranteed Income Limit. 
Made— June 1st, 1990. 
Filed— June 7th, 1990. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 

ONTARIO GUARANTEED ANNUAL INCOME 

ACT 

GUARANTEED INCOME LIMIT 

1. Commencing with April, 1990, the guaranteed 
income limit for the purposes of, 

(a) subclause 1 (j) (i) of the Act is $10,006.80; 



864 



O. Reg. 300/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

(b) subclause 1 (j) (ii) of the Act is $8,300.76; 



O. Reg. 303/90 3541 



(c) subclause 1 (j) (iii) of the Act is $8,300.76; 
and 

(d) subclause 1 (j) (iv) of the Act is $16,601 .52. 
O. Reg. 300/90, s. 1 . 

2. Ontario Regulation 13/90 is revoked. 

3. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come 
into force on the 1st day of April, 1990. 

25/90 



HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

O. Reg. 301/90. 

Parking. 

Made— June 4th, 1990. 

Filed— June 7th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 477 OF 
REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 
HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

1. — (1) Paragraph 3 of Schedule 2 of Appen- 
dix A to Regulation 477 of Revised Regu- 
lations of Ontario, 1980 is revoked and 
the following substituted: 

3. That part of the King's Highway known as 
No. 2 in the City of Scarborough in The Municipality 
of Metropolitan Toronto lying between a point situ- 
ate 73 metres measured easterly from its intersection 
with the easterly limit of the roadway known as Shep- 
pard Avenue and a point situate at its intersection 
with the line between the City of Scarborough and 
the Town of Pickering at the centre line of the Rouge 
River. 

(2) Schedule 2 of Appendix A to the Regula- 
tion is amended by adding the following 
paragraph: 



30. 



That part of the King's Highway known as 
No. 2 in the City of Scarborough in The Municipality 
of Metropolitan Toronto lying between a point situ- 
ate 143 metres measured westerly from its intersec- 
tion with the westerly limit of the roadway known as 
Centennial Road and a fx)int situate 32 metres mea- 
sured westerly from its intersection with the westerly 
limit of the roadway known as Rylander Boulevard. 

2. Schedule 18 of Appendix A to the Regula- 
tion is amended by adding the following 
paragraph: 



20. That part of the King's Highway known as 
No. 7 in the City of Kitchener in The Regional 
Municipality of Waterloo lying between a point situ- 
ate at its intersection with the centre line of the road- 
way known as Trussler Road and a point situate at its 
intersection with the centre line of the roadway 
known as Victoria Street. 

William Wrye 
Minister of Transportation 

Dated at Toronto, this 4th day of June, 1990. 

25/90 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

O. Reg. 302/90. 

Stop Signs at Intersections. 
Made— June 4th, 1990. 
Filed— June 7th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 493 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

1. Schedule 90 to Regulation 493 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as made by 
section 2 of Ontario Regulation 29/88, is 
revoked and the following substituted: 

Schedule 90 

1. Highway 634 in the Town of Smooth Rock 
Falls in the Territorial District of Cochrane at its 
intersection with the roadways known as Ross Road 
and Mill Road. 

2. Westbound and southbound on Highway No. 
634. O. Reg. 302/90, s. 1. 

William Wrye 
Minister of Transportation 

Dated at Toronto, this 4th day of June, 1990. 

25/90 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 303/90. 

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

Made— June 4th, 1990. 

Filed— June 7th, 1990. 



865 



3542 O. Reg. 303/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



1. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 672/81 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

Ontario Regulation 672/81 is amended by 
adding tlie following section: 



131. — (1) Notwithstanding subsection 47 (1), one 
seasonal dwelling together with buildings and struc- 
tures accessory thereto may be erected and used on 
the land described in subsection (2). 

(2) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land in 
the geographic Township of Robinson in the Terri- 
torial District of Manitoulin, being Lot 24 and that 
part of Lot 23, Concession VIH, described as follows: 

Commencing at the northeast angle of Lot 23; 

Thence southerly along the east limit a distance 
of 3,300 feet more or less to the southeast angle; 

Thence westerly along the south limit a distance 
of 437.25 feet to a point; 

Thence northerly and perpendicular to the south 
limit a distance of 264 feet to a point; 

Thence westerly parallel to the south limit a dis- 
tance of 280.5 feet to a point; 

Thence southerly perpendicular to the south 
limit a distance of 264 feet to a point in the south 
limit; 

Thence westerly 602.25 feet more or less to the 
southwest angle of the Lot; 

Thence northerly along the west limit a distance 
of 3,300 feet more or less to the northwest angle 
of the Lot; 

Thence easterly along the north limit a distance 
of 1 ,320 feet more or less to the northeast angle 
of the Lot; 

Except Parts 1 and 2 on Reference Plan 31R-942 
deposited in the Land Registry Office for the 
Registry Division of Manitoulin (No. 31). 
O. Reg. 303/90, s. 1. 

Peter W. Boles 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 



Dated at Toronto, this 4th day of June, 1990. 
25/90 



O. Reg. 304/90 
PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 304/90. 

Restricted Areas — District of Algoma, 

Sault Ste. Marie North Planning Area. 
Made— June 4th, 1990. 
Filed— June 7th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 279/80 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

1. Ontario Regulation 279/80 is amended by 
adding the following section: 

114. — (1) Despite sections 25 and 51, an outdoor 
hockey rink, outdoor playing fields and an accessory 
building may be erected and used on the land 
described in subsection (2) if the following require- 
ments are met: 

Minimum lot frontage 150 metres 

Minimum lot area 5 hectares 

Maximum lot coverage 1 per cent 

Minimum front yard 9 metres 

Minimum rear yard 15 metres 

Minimum side yard 6 metres 

Maximum building height 9 metres 



(2) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land in 
the geographic Township of Fenwick in the Territo- 
rial District of Algoma, being composed of part of 
the southwest quarter of Section 23, designated as 
part of lots 118 and 121 on Registrar's Compiled Plan 
H-812 and further designated as parts 1 and 2 on Plan 
lR-7296 deposited in the Land Registry Office for 
the Registry Division of Algoma (No. 1). O. Reg. 
304/90, s. 1. 

Peter W. Boles 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 4th day of June, 1990. 



25/90 



866 



O. Reg. 305/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 307/90 3543 



EDUCATION ACT 

O. Reg. 305/90. 

Apportionment 1988 Requisitions. 
Made— June 1st, 1990. 
Filed— June 7th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 162/88 

MADE UNDER THE 

EDUCATION ACT 

1. — (1) Subsection 1 (1) of Ontario Regulation 
162/88 is amended by stril^ing out '*ap- 
portionable sum required by a divisional 
board for school purposes for 1988" in 
the second and third lines and substitut- 
ing "apportionable sum required by a 
divisional board for elementary school 
purposes for 1988". 



(2) 



Subsection 1 (2) of the Regulation is 
amended by striking out ''and" in the 
second last line and by adding at the end 
"and the Regional Municipality of Water- 
loo Act". 

Subsection 5 (2) of the Regulation is 
amended by striking out "or" in the sec- 
ond last line and by adding at the end "or 
the Regional Municipality of Waterloo 
Act". 



25/90 



EDUCATION ACT 

O. Reg. 306/90. 

General Legislative Grants, 1986. 
Made— May 8th. 1990. 
Approved — ^June 1st, 1990. 
Filed— June 7th, 1990. 



1. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 116/86 

MADE UNDER THE 

EDUCATION ACT 

Subparagraph ii of paragraph 21a of sec- 
tion 1 of Ontario Regulation 116/86, as 
made by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
596/86, is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted: 



ii. from and including the 1st day of 
September, 1986 to and including the 
31st day of December, 1986, a pupil 
enrolled in a grade level and lan- 
guage of instruction set out in Col- 
umns 4 and 5 respectively of Table 1 
set out opposite a Roman Catholic 
separate school board set out in Col- 
umn 1 of Table 1 and who at the 1st 
day of September, 1985 has com- 
pleted fewer than nineteen credits or 
their equivalent toward the second- 
ary school graduation diploma or the 
Ontario secondary school diploma; 

2. Clause 22 (b) of the Regulation is amend- 
ed by adding at the end "reduced by 
recovery of expenditures that relate to 
subclauses (i), (ii) and (iii)". 

Sean Conway 
Minister of Education 

Dated at Toronto, this 8th day of May, 1990. 

25/90 



EDUCATION ACT 

O. Reg. 307/90. 

General Legislative Grants, 1987. 
Made— May 9th, 1990. 
Approved — ^June 1st, 1990. 
Filed— June 7th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 98/87 

MADE UNDER THE 

EDUCATION ACT 

1.— (1) Paragraph 22 of section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 98/87 is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted: 

22. "G.W.F. for 1987" means, for a board, the 
grant weighting factor in Column 2 of Table 
2 that is set out opposite the name of the 
board in Column 1 of Table 2; 

(2) Subparagraph i of paragraph 37 of sec- 
tion 1 of the Regulation is revoked and 
the following substituted: 

i. the teacher qualifications and experi- 
ence adjustment factor for 1987 for 
the board being the factor that is set 
out in Column 3 of Table 2 opposite 
the name of the board in Column 1 
of Table 2, and 



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2. Clause 22 (b) of the Regulation is 
amended by adding at the end ''reduced 
by recovery of expenditures that relate to 
subclauses (i), (ii) and (iii)". 



The Regulation is amended by adding the 
following Table: 





Oualificetions 


Grant 


and Experience 


Weighting 


Adjustment 


Factor 


Factor 


Column 2 


Column 3 



Table 2 
FINAL 1987 WEIGHTING FACTORS DIVISIONAL BOARDS OF EDUCATION 



NAME OF BOARD 
Col umn 1 



ATIKOKAN BOARD OF EDUCATION 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

BRANT COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

BRUCE COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

CARLETON BOARD OF EDUCATION 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

CENTRAL ALCOMA BOARD OF EDUCATION 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

CHAPLEAU BOARD OF EDUCATION 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

COCHRANE- IROQUOIS FALLS BOARD OF EDUCATION 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

DRYDEN BOARD OF EDUCATION 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

DUFFER IN COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

DURHAM BOARD OF EDUCATION 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 



1.1666 


.0't67 


I.S'tSS 


.0319 


1.0006 


.0158 


1.0011 


.0066 


1.0030 


.0096 


l.OitTt 


.0077 


1.0010 


.0229 


1.0040 


.0005 


1.1658 


.0(,kk 


1.1705 


.0000 


1.1671» 


.0329 


1.6507 


.0000 


1.1587 


.0236 


1.2682 


.0172 


1.2013 


.0000 


1.2312 


.0000 


1.0090 


.0000 


1.0237 


.0000 


1.0010 


.0000 


1.0000 


.0000 



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FINAL 1987 HEIGHT INC FACTORS 
DIVISIONAL BOARDS OF EDUCATION (Continued) 



NAME OF BOARD 
Colunn 1 



EAST PARRY SOJND BOARD OF EDUCATION 
Elements-) Schools 
Secondary Schools 

ELGIN COUNT> BOARD OF EDUCATIOW 
Eleoienta") Schools 
Seconda r> Schools 

ESPANOLA BCA=:: OF EDUCATION 
Elementi'^ Schools 
Secondarv Schools 

ESSEX COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 
E 1 emente •"> School s 
Secondary Schools 

FORT FRANCES -RAINY RIVER BOARD OF EDUCATION 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

FRONTENAC COJKTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

CERALDTON BC«J?D OF EDUCATION 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

GREY COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 
Elementa'y Schools 
Secondary Schools 

HALDIHAND BCARD OF EDUCATION 
Elemente-y Schools 
Secondary Schools 

HAL I BURTON CX)UNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 

Elementa-y Schools 
Secondary Schools 





Qualifications 


Grant 


and Experience 


Weighting 


Adjustment 


Factor 


Factor 


Colwnn 2 


Column 3 



1.1*32 


.0266 


1.1087 


.0000 


1.0006 


.0046 


1.0106 


.0000 


1.1800 


.0050 


1.1584 


.0000 


1 .0020 


.0225 


1.0066 


.0158 


1.1673 


.0000 


1.20<i6 


.0020 


1.0270 


.0100 


1.0238 


.0025 


1.2622 


.0000 


1.3555 


.0000 


1.002«i 


.0035 


1.0081 


.0125 


1.0108 


.0000 


1 .0293 


.0081 


1.1559 


.0037 


1.1262 


.0112 



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FINAL 1987 WEIGHTING FACTORS 
DIVISIONAL BOARDS OF EDUCATION (Continued) 



KANE OF BOARD 





Ou«11f1c«t1ons 


Cr«nt 


«nd Experience 


Weighting 


Adjustment 


F«ctor 


Factor 



Col inn 1 



Column 2 



Col umn 3 



HALTON BOARD OF EDUCATION 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

BOARD OF EDUCATION FOR THE CITY OF HAMILTOK 
Elementary Schools 
Secondar> Schools 

HASTINGS CO^'TY BOARD OF EDUCATION 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

HEARST BOAK OF EDUCATION 
E 1 emente •■> School s 
Secondary Schools 

HORNEPAYNE BOARD OF EDUCATION 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

HURON COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

KAPUSKASINC BOARD OF EDUCATION 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

KENORA BOARD OF EDUCATION 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

KENT COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

KIRKLAND LATE BOARD OF EDUCATION 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

LAKEHEAD BO«?D OF EDUCATION 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 



1 .0003 


.023'! 


1.0021 


.0107 


LOi^OO 


.0175 


1.0236 


.026^ 


1.0050 


.0037 


1.0032 


.0172 


1.1669 


.0270 


1.2U<t 


.0000 


1.1679 


.0000 


1.74<t2 


.0000 


1.00A5 


.0186 


1.0203 


.o^el^ 


1.1976 


.0156 


1.2'»8«t 


.0170 


1.1888 


.0233 


1.15'«3 


.0246 


1.0000 


.0293 


1.0061 


.0298 


1.2195 


.0619 


1.2286 


.0055 


1 .O9'»0 


.0't73 


1 .0750 


.0222 



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FINAL 1987 «ICHTINC FACTORS 
DIVISIONAL BOARDS OF EDUCATION (Cont1nue<l) 



NAME OF BOARD 
Col urnn 1 





Qualifications 


Cr«nt 


and Experience 


Weighting 


Adjustment 


Factor 


Factor 


Column 7 


Colunn 3 



LAKE SUPERIOR BOARD OF EDUCATION 

Eleinentary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

LAMBTON COIATY BOARD OF EDUCATION 
Elementary Schools 
Secondare Schools 

LANARK COUNn BOARD OF EDUCATION 
Elementarj Schools 
Secondary Schools 

LEEDS AND CRENVILLE COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 
Elementery Schools 
Secondary Schools 

LENNOX AND ADD INC TON COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

LINCOLN COU^TY BOARD OF EDUCATION 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

BOARD OF EDUCATION FOR THE CITY OF LONDON 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

MANITOULIN BOARD OF EDUCATION 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

METROPOLITAN TORONTO SCHOOL BOARD 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

Ml CHI PICOTEE BOARD OF EDUCATION 
Elementary Schools 
Seconda»"» Schools 



1.1717 


.0000 


1.Î850 


.0000 


1.00i»0 


.0137 


1.0110 


.0239 


LOZ^O 


.0000 


1.0300 


.0000 


1 .0080 


.0000 


1.0H'» 


.00^15 


1.0273 


.0016 


1.0^51 


.0066 


1.0200 


.01(50 


1.0161 


.0238 


1.0200 


.0225 


1.0301 


.0137 


1.2105 


.0000 


1.1580 


.0061 


1.0536 


.0485 


1.0391 


.0296 


1.1667 


.0323 


l.**99 


.0000 



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FINAL 1987 WEIGHT INC FACTORS 
DIVISIONAL BOARDS OF EDUCATION (Continued) 



HMC OF BOARD 
Col umn 1 



MIDDLESEX COLINTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

MUSKOKA BOARO OF EDUCATION 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

NIAGARA SOUTH BOARD OF EDUCATION 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

NIPIGON-RED ROCK BOARD OF EDUCATION 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

NIPISSINC BOARD OF EDUCATION 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

NORFOLK BOARD OF EDUCATION 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

NORTH SHORE BOARD OF EDUCATION 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

NORTHUMBERLAND AND NEWCASTLE BOARD OF EDUCATION 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

OTTAWA BOARTi OF EDUCATION 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

OXFORD COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

PEEL BOARD OF EDUCATION 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

PERTH COUHTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 





Ouellflcetlons 


Grant 


and Experience 


Weighting 


Adjustment 


Factor 


Factor 


Column 2 


Column 3 



LOOi^O 


.0000 


1.0276 


,0176 


1.1031 


.0107 


LlOitl 


.003'* 


1.0207 


.01*29 


1.011*9 


.02'«8 


1.1929 


.0000 


1.3177 


.0000 


1.0870 


.Oi»21 


I.IOSU 


.0')30 


1.0009 


.OOOit 


1.0U2 


.0052 


1.1590 


.0000 


1.2088 


.0000 


1.0059 


.0000 


1 .0061 


.0000 


I.CiSI 


.0058 


1.02'»9 


.02't3 


1.0000 


.0000 


1.0105 


.0035 


1.0216 


.0201 


1.00^5 


.0057 


1.0000 


.0000 


1.007't 


.0088 



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3549 



FINAL 1987 HEIGHT IMC FACTORS 
DIVISIONAL BOARDS OF EDUCATION (Continued) 



NAME OF BOARD 
Column 1 





Qualification» 


Grant 


and Experience 


fefghting 


Adjustment 


Factor 


Factor 



Coliawi 2 



Colwan 3 



PETERBOROUGH COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

PRESCOTT an: RUSSELL COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

PRINCE EDW«>P? COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 
E 1 ementa r\ School s 
Secondary Schools 

RED UKE B0AR2 OF EDUCATION 
E 1 ementa ry School s 
Secondary Schools 

RENFREW COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

SAULT STE. H!;<;iE BOARD OF EDUCATION 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

SIMCOE COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

STORMONT, DIK3AS AND GLENGARRY COUNTY 
BOARD OF EDUCATION 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

SUDBURY BOART OF EDUCATION 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary School s 

TIMISKAHINC BOARD OF EDUCATION 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

TI>»«IMS BOARD OF EDUCATION 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 



1.0M9 


.0000 


1.0135 


.0181 


1.0669 


.0000 


1,0*56 


.0133 


1.0Î63 


.0000 


1.0595 


.0211 


1.182* 


.0000 


1.2789 


.0000 


1.0360 


.0012 


1.0290 


.0138 


1.0980 


.0696 


1.0815 


.0378 


1.0020 


.01*1 


1.0183 


.0000 



1.0300 


.0000 


1.017* 


.0288 


1.1010 


.0385 


1.0862 


.0*21 


1.1800 


.0027 


1.17*5 


.0132 


1.1132 


.0091 


1.1199 


.0176 



873 



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FINAL 1987 WEIGHTING FACTORS 
DIVISIONAL BOARDS OF EDUCATION (Continued) 



KA.«€ OF BOARD 

Col umn 1 

VICTORIA COOTTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

WATERLOO CO'JKTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 
Elementary Schools 
Secondary Schools 

WELLINGTON COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 
Elements'y Schools 
Seconda-» Schools 

WENTWORTH CO'JNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 
Elementa-y Schools 
Secondary Schools 

WEST PARRY SOUND BOARD OF EDUCATION 
Elementa'y Schools 
Seconda -y Schools 





Qualifications 


Grant 


and Experience 


Weighting 


Adjustment 


Factor 


Factor 


Column 2 


Column 3 


1,0150 


.0000 


1.0215 


.0000 


1.02<t2 


.0271 


1.0139 


.0000 


1.0020 


.010^ 


1,0036 


.0118 


1.00U 


.0130 


1 ,0062 


.0202 


1.1510 


,0121 


1.1U5 


,0U8 



BOARD OF EDJCATION FOR THE 
CITY OF WINDSOR 
Elementary Schools 
Seconda-y Schools 

YORK REG I OK BOARD OF EDUCATION 
Elementary Schools 
Seconda-y Schools 



1,0'(28 


,0853 


1,0277 


,0A51 


1,0076 


,0000 


1.0015 


.0000 



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MK. OF BOARD 



ROMAN CATHOLIC 




SEPARATE SCHOOL BOARDS 






Ouallflcatlont 


Grant 


and Experience 


Weighting 


Adjustment 


Factor 


Factor 



Col umn 1 



Column 2 



Column 3 



ATIKOKAN RCSS BOARD 
Elementary 
Secondary 

BRANT COUNTS RCSS BOARD 
Elementary 
Secondary 

BRUCE-CREY COUNTY RCSS BOARD 
Elementary 
Secondary 

CARLETON RCSS BOARD 
Elementary 
Secondary 

CHAPLEAU DISTRICT RCSS BOARD 
Elementarv 
Secondary 

COCHRANE-IROOUOIS FALLS DISTRICT RCSS BOARD 
Elementary 
Secondary 

DRYDEN DISTRICT RCSS BOARD 
Elementary 
Secondary 

DUFFER I N-PEEL RCSS BOARD 
Elementary 
Secondary 

DURHAM REGION RCSS BOARD 
Elementary 
Secondary 

ELGIN COUNT» RCSS BOARD 
Elementary 
Secondary 

ESSEX COUNTY RCSS BOARD 
Elementary 
Secondary 

FORT FRANCES -RAINY RIVER DISTRICT RCSS BOARD 
Elementary 
Secondary 



1.1671 


.0000 


.0000 


.0000 


1.0382 


.0000 


1.0399 


.0000 


1.0375 


.0000 


1.1016 


.0000 


1.0030 


.0003 


1.0237 


.0000 


1.21711 


.0000 


.0000 


.0000 


1.1863 


.0000 


1,3733 


.0315 


1.1851 


.0000 


.0000 


.0000 


1.0000 


.0000 


1.0000 


.0000 


1.00A5 


.0000 


1.0356 


.0000 


1.0370 


.0000 


1.2159 


.0000 


1.0010 


.0311 


l.O^'iS 


.0000 


1.1953 


.0000 


.0000 


.0000 



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ROMAN CATHOLIC 
SEPARATE SCHOOL BOARDS 



KAME OF BOARD 

Column 1 

FRONTENAC- LE>WOX AND ADDINCTON COUNTY RCSS BOARD 
Elementary 
Secondary 

CERALDTOK DISTRICT RCSS BOARD 
Elementary 
Secondary 

HALD I HAND-NORFOLK RCSS BOARD 
Elementar) 
Secondary 

HALTON RCSS BOARD 
Elementary 
Secondary 

HAMILTON-lifDNTtKORTH RCSS BOARD 
Elementarj 
Secondary 

HASTINCS-PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY RCSS BOARD 
Elementary 
Secondary 

HEARST DISTRICT RCSS BOARD 
Elementary 
Secondary 

HURON-PERTH COUNTY RCSS BOARD 
Elementary 
Secondary 

KAPUSKASINC DISTRICT RCSS BOARD 
Elementary 
Secondary 

KENORA DISTRICT RCSS BOARD 
Elementary 
Secondary 

KENT COUNTY RCSS BOARD 
Elementary 
Seconda ry 





OuaHflcetlons 


Grant 


and Experience 


Weighting 


Adjustment 


Factor 


Factor 


Column 2 


Col umn 3 


1.0if89 


.0000 


1.0595 


.0000 


1.2335 


.0000 


.0000 


.0000 


1 .0682 


.0002 


.0000 


.0000 


1.0018 


.0000 


1.028'» 


.0000 


1.0'i3<t 


.0126 


1.0188 


.0000 


1.0*83 


.0000 


^.ol*^s 


.0000 


1.1693 


.0000 


.0000 


.0000 


i.oeM 


.0000 


1.179* 


.0000 


1.1676 


.0000 


1.2130 


.0000 


1.1808 


.oou 


1.37*2 


.0000 


1.0156 


.0003 


1.0718 


.0000 



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3553 



ROMAN CATHOLIC 
SEPARATE SCHOOL BOARDS 



NAME OF BOARD 

Col umn 1 

KIRK LAND LAKE DISTRICT RCSS BOARD 
Elementary 
Secondary 

LAKEHEAD DISTRICT RCSS BOARD 

Elementary 
Secondary 

LAMBTON COUNTY RCSS BOARD 
Elementary 
Secondary 

LANARK -LEEDS AND CRENVILLE COUNTY RCSS BOARD 
Elementary 
Secondary 

LINCOLN COUKTY RCSS BOARD 
Elementary 
Secondary 

LONDON AND MIDDLESEX COUNTY RCSS BOARD 
Elementary 
Secondary 

METROPOLITAN SEPARATE SCHOOL BOARD 
Elementary 
Secondary 

MICHIPICOTEN DISTRICT RCSS BOARD 
Elementary 
Secondary 

NIPISSINC DISTRICT RCSS BOARD 
Elementary 
Secondary 

NORTH OF SUPERIOR DISTRICT COMBINED RCSS BOARD 
Elementary 
Secondary 

NORTH SHORE DISTRICT RCSS BOARD 
Elementary 
Secondary 

OTTAWA RCSS BOARD 
Elementary 
Secondary 





Ouallficatlons 


Grant 


and Experience 


Weighting 


Adjustment 


Factor 


Factor 


Column 2 


Column 3 


1.1898 


.0010 


.0000 


.0000 


1.0982 


.0362 


I.IZ'jB 


.0000 


1.0020 


.0000 


1.0367 


.0000 


1.0*2* 


.0000 


1.3038 


.0000 


1.0220 


.0191 


1.0395 


.0000 


1.0200 


.0085 


1.0396 


.0000 


1.0612 


,0000 


1.0283 


.0000 


1.1831 


.0000 


.0000 


.0000 


1.0950 


.019* 


1.1188 


.0282 


1.2813 


.0000 


.0000 


.0000 


l.U&i) 


.0000 


.0000 


.0000 


1 .0302 


.0083 


1.04« 


.0000 



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NAME OF BOARD 
Column 1 



ROMAN CATHOLIC 




SEPARATE SCHOOL BOARDS 






Ouel1f1c«t1ons 


Crant 


•nd Experience 


Weighting 


Adjustment 


Factor 


Factor 


Column 2 


Column 3 



OXFORD COUNTY RCSS BOARD 
Elementary 
Secondary 

PETERBOROUGH- V I CTOR I A-NORTHUMBERLAND AND 
NEWCASTLE RCSS BOARD 
Elementary 
Secondary 

PRESCOTT ANP RUSSELL COUNTY RCSS BOARD 
Elementary 
Secondary 

RENFREW COUNTY RCSS BOARD 
Elementary 
Secondary 

SAULT STE. MARIE DISTRICT RCSS BOARD 
Elementary 
Secondary 

SIMCOE COUNTY RCSS BOARD 
Elementary 
Secondary 

STORMONT, DUNDAS AND GLENGARRY COUNTY RCSS BOARD 
Elementary 
Secondary 

SUDBURY DISTRICT RCSS BOARD 
Elementary 
Secondary 

TIMISKAMIMC DISTRICT RCSS BOARD 
Elementary 
Secondary 

TIW1INS DISTRICT RCSS BOARD 
Elementary 
Secondary 

WATERLOO COUNTY RCSS BOARD 
Elementary 
Secondary 



1.0W1 
1.32<»e 



.0000 
.0559 



1.0153 


.0000 


1.0883 


.0000 


1.0350 


.0000 


.0000 


.0000 


1.0623 


.0023 


1.U69 


.0205 


1.0900 


.0425 


1.133'( 


.0000 


1.0207 


.0000 


1.1087 


.0000 


1.0390 


.0000 


1.2212 


.0000 


1.0970 


.0106 


1.09S3 


.0038 


1.1556 


.0000 


0.0000 


.0000 


1.0992 


.0056 


1.1330 


.0000 


1.0230 


.0053 


1.0303 


.0030 



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NAHE OF BOARD 
Col uinn 1 



ROMAN CATHOLIC 




SEPARATE SCHOOL BOARDS 






Qualifications 


Grant 


and Experience 


Weighting 


Adjustment 


F*ctor 


Factor 


Column 2 


Column 3 



WELLAtO COUNTY RCSS BOARD 
Elenentary 
Secondary 

WELLIMCTON COUNTY RCSS BOARD 

Elementary 
Secondary 

HINDSOr: RCSS BOARD 
Elee>entary 
Secondary 

YORK RECiON RCSS BOARD 

Elevtentary 
Secondary 



1.0230 


.0385 


1.0^19 


.023* 


1,02'»3 


.0000 


1 .0365 


.0000 


1 .0*03 


.0315 


1.0383 


.0035 


1.007* 


.0000 


1.01*2 


.0000 



O. Reg. 307/90, s. 3. 



Sean Conway 
Minister of Education 



Dated at Toronto, this 9th day of May, 1990. 
25/90 



879 



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O. Reg. 308/90 



EDUCATION ACT 

O. Reg. 308/90. 

General Legislative Grants, 1988. 
Made— May 8th, 1990. 
Approved — ^June 1st, 1990. 
Filed— June 7th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 160/88 

MADE UNDER THE 

EDUCATION ACT 

1. — (1) Sub-subparagraph a of subparagraph 
iii of paragraph 7 of section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 160/88 is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted: 

a. general legislative grants, 
except payments under sub- 
section 11 (3), section 15, sub- 
sections 16(1) and (4) and 
sections 17 and 40, subsection 
42 (2) and section 43, 

(2) Sub-subparagraph c of subparagraph i of 
paragraph 8 of section 1 of the Regula- 
tion is amended by striking out, 

A = ( APE 87 + ADE.EB.87 ^. 
ADE 88 + ADE.EB.88 

correct to four places of decimals, 

in the tenth, eleventh, twelfth, thirteenth 
and fourteenth lines and substituting: 

ADE 87 



A = (- 



1) 



ADE 88 + ADE.EB. 
correct to four places of decimals, 

(3) Subparagraph i of paragraph 12 of sec- 



tion 1 is revoked and the following substi- 
tuted: 

i. in respect of elementary school 
pupils, the sum of, 

a. the product of $119 and the 
enrolment for a program of an 
average of twenty or more 
minutes but less than forty 
minutes per school day of 
instruction in a Native lan- 
guage, 

b. the product of $202 and the 
enrolment for a program of an 
average of forty or more 
minutes per school day of 
instruction in a Native lan- 
guage, 

(4) Paragraph 21 of section 1 is revoked and 
the following substituted: 

21. "isolate board" means a district school area 
board, a rural separate school board, an 
urban separate school board, a Protestant 
separate school board or a secondary school 
board that has an enrolment of resident- 
internal and non-resident pupils on the first 
school day of January, 1988 of 300 or fewer 
and includes or excludes a district school 
area board, a rural separate school board, 
an urban separate school board, a Protes- 
tant separate school board or a secondary 
school board that is included or excluded by 
the Minister; 

2. Clause 18 (e) of the Regulation is 
amended by adding after ''subsections 
11 (1) and (2)" in the eleventh and 
twelfth lines "and subsection 43 (1)". 

3. Table 3 of the Regulation is revoked and 
the following substituted: 



880 



O. Reg. 308/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3557 



Table 3 
Assessment Equalization Factors for 1988 



Municipal fty 
Col t«nn 1 



Grant 

Co1 unm 2 



Apportionment 
Colunn 3 



MUNICIPALITY OF METROPOLITAN 
TORONTO 



Cities 



Etoblcoke 

North York 

Scarborough 

Toronto 

York 

Borough 

East York 



8.13 
8.13 
8.13 
8.13 

8.13 

8.13 



REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF 
DURHAM 



City 

Oshana 

Towns 

Ajax 

Newcastle 

Pickering 

ttiltby 

Townships 

Brock 

Scugog 

Uxbridge 



15.65 

31.00 
*.39 

28.32 
7.03 

11.86 
*.70 
*.78 



36.70 

78.27 
10.91 
73.*1 
17.27 

30.59 
12.55 
12.76 



REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF 
HALOIMAND-NORFOLK 



Ctty 

Nanti coke 

Towns 

Dunnville 

Haldinand 

Siacoe 

Townships 

Delhi 

Norfolk 



8. M 
8.«<> 

8.44 
8. M 



19.6* 
19.6* 
19.6* 

19.6* 
19.6* 



REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF 
HALTON 




9.13 

8.*5 
7.63 
9.26 



21.8* 

19.57 
17.68 
21 .*7 



881 



3558 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 308/90 



Municipal (ty 



Cr«nt 
Co1i*nn 2 



Apportionment 
Column 3 



REClOfi*L MJNICIPALITY OF 
HAHILTON-rEhTWRTH 



Cities 




10.37 
12.<iii 

5.85 
7.23 
6.05 



2<i.<i9 
29.67 

15.63 
17.i»6 
15.99 

16. BO 



RECIOS'.L M.n, ic IPALITY OF 



Cities 

Ni «gara Falls 

Port Cclborne 

St. Catharines 

Thorold 

«tell and 

Towns 

Fort Erie 

Grimsby 

Lincoln 

Kl«g«ra-on- the -Lake 

Pelhètr 

Townships 

Wainf leet 

West Lincoln 



9.71 
10.55 
8.59 

SAb 

10. H 
7.75 
£.96 
5.19 
7.53 

8.03 
7.13 



23.03 
25.09 

20.0i< 
19.90 
22.'»'. 

2<..22 
18.1.5 
16.27 
U.09 
18. «.7 

21.85 
16.69 



REGIONAL MJMCIPALITY OF 
OTTAWA -O.R. ETON 



Cities 

Gloucester 

Kanata 

Nepean 

Ottaoa 

Vanier 

Village 

Rockcl I Me Pert 

Townships 

Cinberl and 

Coulbourn 

Osgoode 

Rideau 

West Carleton 



5.99 
«.40 
*.*7 
10.08 
9.71 

6.01* 

5.42 
4.89 
5.12 
5.03 
188.65 



13.64 
10.02 
10.22 
21.97 
21.03 

12.66 

12.32 
11.17 
11.60 
11.40 
439.41) 



882 



O. Reg. 308/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3559 



HunlclpsHty 
ColuMH 1 



Grant 
Coluan 2 



Apportlonawnt 
Coluwi 3 



REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF 
PEEL 



Cities 

Branpton 
Misslssauga 
Town 
Caledon 



32.91 
33.23 



32.17 



73.61 
75.29 



70.71 



REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF 
SUDBURY 



Ctty 

Su<tt>ury 

Towns 

Capreol 

Nickel Centre 

Onaping Falls 

Rayslde-Balfour 

Valley East 

Walden 



25.26 

25.26 
25.26 
25.26 
25.26 
25.26 
25.26 



57.90 

57.90 
57.90 
57,90 
57.90 
57.90 
57.90 



REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF 
MATERLOO 



Cities 

Cambridge 

Kitchener 

Waterloo 

Townships 

North DiMfrles 

Hellesley 

HilMt 

Hoolwlch 



12.01 
12.01 
12.01 

12.01 
12.01 
12.01 
12.01 



REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF 
YORK 



Towns 

Aurora 

East GwilllBbury 

Ceorgina 

Narkhan 

Newnarket 

Rictvnond Hill 

Vaughan 

■h 1 tchurch-Stouf f v1 1 1 e 

Township 

King 



26.02 
2*. 93 
26.67 
26.85 
25.06 
25.68 
27.37 
25.13 

23.20 



60.21 
53.33 
57.19 
58.^2 
5*. 25 
55.63 
60.01 
5*. 12 

*9.63 



883 



3560 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 308/90 



Munlclp»! 1 ty 



DISTRICT KUNICIrALITV OF 



Cr«nt 
Column 7 



Apportionment 
Co 1 umn 3 



Towns 

Brtcebrldgr 

Crevenhur St 

Huntsvi 1 le 

Townsh< ps 

Georgian Bay 

Muskota Board c' Ecjcetion 

West Parry Scu^d b.-jrd of Education 

Late of Bayi 

Muskola LaWes 



1*7.27 
H7.27 

^li^.27 



U7.27 
169.66 
11.7.27 
U7.27 



301.51. 
SOLS'. 
SOLS'. 



SOLS'. 
335.16 
301 .51. 
SOLS'. 



COUNTY or BR'.'.' 

city 

Brant ford 

Town 

Paris 

Townsht ps 

Brantf ord 

Burf ord 

Oakland 

Onondaga 

South Djnfries 

COUNTY or BRX: 



11.21 

11.21 

11.21 
11.21 
11.21 
11.21 
11.21 



25.8'. 



25.8'. 
25.8't 
25. S». 
25.8'. 
25.8'. 



*S.'t7 
120. *1 
*7.09 
»5.73 
68.97 
lll.U 

4B.26 
43. SB 
39.61 
37.38 
126.63 
43.61 
«2.92 

69. C3 

U4.16 
«6.10 
««.08 

39.ao 

«2.55 

37.1« 



100.69 
267.05 
10i..37 
101.26 
213.01 
2'i7.«2 

106.98 
100.08 

95. U 

87.59 
280.2'. 

97. U 
102.1'. 

96.53 
153.58 

317.65 
101,76 
96.92 
87.61 
93.65 
61.69 



884 



O. Reg. 308/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3561 



Municipal Ity 
Co1i«nn 1 



Grant 

Colwn 2 



Apportion 
CotiMin i 



COUNTY or bfJCZ (cont'd) 



Culross 

Eastnor 

eidersKe 

Greenock 

Huron 

Kincardine 

Kinloss 

Lindsay 

St. Edmunds 

Saugeen 



38. 7« 
1*7.«7 
39.59 
39. «8 
*5.33 
«9.00 
«5.17 
58.27 
5'i.72 
*«i.3* 



85.79 

32«.36 

87. 2* 

86.91 

99.9? 

107.76 

100. 8<i 

129.95 

121.92 

97.87 



COUNTY OF DJ''îRIN 



Towns 

Orengevi 1 le 

Shelburne 

Vlllagf 

Grand Valley 

Townshi ps 

Amaranth 

East Cara^ra>a 

East Luther 

Mel ancthon 

Mono 

Mulmur 



5.83 
29.67 

26.06 

30.97 
31.65 
5.12 
«.83 
«.02 
«.18 



13.60 
72.27 

68.58 

81.58 
82.00 
13. «9 
12.53 
9.89 
10.96 



COUNTY OF ELCIK 



City 

St. Thomas 

Town 

Aylner 

Villages 

Belnont 

Dut ton 

Port Burwell 

Port Stanley 

Rodney 

Spr Ingf ield 

Vienna 

t'est Lome 

Townships 

A1dt>orough 

Bayham 

Ouniilch 

Nalahlde 

South Dorchester 

Southmold 

Yarwouth 



10.75 

9.29 

6.30 
8.06 
8.10 
7.25 
8.39 
7.25 
8.81 
8.35 

5.19 
6.«0 
6.68 
6.25 
5.66 
7.38 
5.96 



2S.33 

21.85 

16.82 
21.10 
19.29 
18.95 
19.97 
19.71 
23.97 
19.66 

1«.20 
15.7« 
18.86 
15.51 
15.52 
17.27 
15. 6« 



885 



3562 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 308/90 



Municipality 
Colunn 1 



Grant 
Column 2 



Apportionment 
C«1umn 3 



COUNTY OF Essex 



City 

Windsor 

Towns 

Amherstburg 

Belle River 

Essex 

Harrow 

Kingsvl 1 le 

Le«mi ngt on 

Tecufseh 

Village 

St. Clair Beach 

Torrnshi ps 

Anderdon 

Colchester North 

Colchester South 

Cosfield North 

Cosfield South 

Maidstone 

Kalden 

Me r 4 e a 

Pelee 

Rochester 

Sandwich South 

Sandwich West 

Tilbury North 

Tilbury West 



17.53 

3'!. 02 
'1.99 

5.32 

3<i.'i'i 

36.67 

'i.B'i 

«1.76 

32.86 
't.52 
*.00 
'1.73 
iiAS 
5.00 

27.69 
*.21 
5.86 
4.^9 
«.29 
♦ .31 
«1.37 
5.85 



*2.17 

79.55 
11.71 
U.08 
12.it6 

80.75 
85.71 
11.38 

11.19 

77.02 
11.76 
10.78 
11. (te 
11.23 
11.68 
73.88 
10.91 
16.63 
10.55 
10.01 
10.13 
10.38 
17.26 



COUNTY Of rR>^~•:NAC 



city 

Kl ngston 

T own ships 

Barrle 

Bedford 

Clarendon t Mi 1 1er 

Hinchi nbrooke 

Howe Island 

Kennebec 

Ki ngston 

Loughborough 

Olden 

Oso 

Pelmerston i North t 

South Canonto 
Pittsburgh 
Portland 
Storrlngton 
Wolfe Island 



9.01 

♦ .89 
6.19 
S.'iB 
5.98 
5.93 
6.08 
7.39 
6.25 
5.78 
6.29 

5.85 
«.05 
6.74 
6.09 
6.19 



21. «ill 

13.13 
16.78 
11.76 
16.07 
16.05 
16.37 
17.01. 
15. «.B 
15.59 
16.92 

15.70 
15.60 
16.76 
16.40 
18.49 



886 



O. Reg. 308/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3563 



Municipal <ty 
Col xtnn 1 



Crant 
Co1i«M 7 



Apport lonacnt 
Cduan 3 



COUNTY or CREV 



CUy 

Owen Sound 

To»»n> 

Ourha* 

Hanover 

Meaford 

Thornbury 

Villages 

Chatsnorth 

OundaU 

Flesherton 

Markdale 

Neustadt 

Shalloo Lake 

Townships 

Artemciia 

Bentinck 

Col 1 1nywood 

Derby 

Egremont 

Euphrasia 

Clenelg 

Holland 

Keppel 

Normanhv 

Oipre> 

Proton 

St. Vincent 

Sul 1 (van 

Sydenhar 

Saranak 



2S.«6 

107.1S 

95.0* 
46.33 
43.37 

54.68 
50.79 
55.67 
50.12 
49.68 
57. B3 

48.07 
47.50 
49.67 
«7.42 
42.34 
48.72 
48.85 
55.33 
57.00 
38.25 
43.77 
43.23 
48.58 
44.37 
44.96 
50.20 



59.16 



252 


.39 


220 


.96 


107 


.93 


105 


.62 


144 


.35 


123 


.52 


131 


.32 


123 


.59 


115 


.53 


152 


.70 


126 


.89 


112 


.02 


131. 


.41 


115, 


.22 


111. 


.76 


128. 


41 


128. 


98 


145. 


80 


150. 


23 


101. 


02 


Hi. 


LU 


114. 


28 


128. 


13 


117. 


14 


lie. 


67 


132. 


56 



COtfJTY or HA LI BURTON 



Toim^hips 
Anson, Hindon t 

Minden 
Bi croft 
Cardiff 
Dyiart, Brute-, 

Clydf, Dudle>, 

Eyre, Guilford, 

Harburn, 

Harcourt t 

Havelock 
Glamorgan 
Lutterworth 
Honmouth 
Sherborne, 

HcCIintock. 

Livlnçstone, 



2.67 

116.78 

6.14 

2.92 



LOS 
1.11 
1.34 
2.21 



5.98 

263.65 

13.45 

6.31 



2.1fi 
2.43 
3.00 
4.95 



887 



3564 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 308/90 



MunlclpelUy 
Column 1 



Crtnt 
Colkvnn 2 



Apportionment 
Colifim 3 



COUNTY OF HALI&JRTON (cont'd) 



Laurence I 
Night Ingsle 

Snowdon 

Stanhope 



.99 
1.79 



2.16 
4.00 



COUNTY OF HASTINGS 



Cities 

Belleville 

Trenton 

Town 

Deseronto 

Villages 

Bancroft 

Deloro 

Frankf ord 

Mddoc 

Marmora 

Sti r1 ing 

Tweed 

Townihi ps 

Bangor , Wi ck 1 cm & 
McCl ure 

CarloB 

Dungannon 

Elzevir & 
Crimsthorpe 

Faraday 

Herjchel 

Hungerf ord 

Huntingdon 

Limerick 

Madoc 

Marmora 4 Lake 

Mayo 

Monteagl e 

Randon 

Sidney 

Thurl ow 

Tudor & Caihel 

Tyendi naga 

Wol laiton 



20.'t3 
6.16 

6.26 

*.67 
7.20 
*.97 

33.61 
£.82 

31.7* 
6.<i't 

2.65 

*.53 

156. *0 

*.52 

131.. 55 
2. «6 
*.33 
5.50 
2.56 
5.58 

169.01 
*.86 

139.71 
5.91 
4.65 
5.48 
2.65 
6.8'< 
2.82 



47.97 
20.03 

17.30 

13.11 
19.65 
13.28 
83.92 
17.52 
63.54 
17.30 

7.22 

12.33 

425.52 

12.36 

352.03 

6.69 

11.80 

15.23 

6.97 

15.17 

460.04 

14.58 

379.56 

16.10 

12.74 

13.49 

7.25 

18.44 

7.15 



COUNTY OF KJHDK 



Towns 

Clinton 

Exeter 

Code rich 

Seaforth 

Winghem 



129. B5 
129.65 
129.65 
129.65 
129.85 



297.20 
297.20 
297.20 
297.20 
297.20 



888 



O. Reg. 308/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3565 



Nunlctpallty 
Column 1 



Grant 
ColtfKn 2 



Apport tonnent 
Colt^n 3 



COUNTY OF HUSOK (cont'd) 



Vni»ges 

Bayfield 

Blyth 

Brussels 

Hensall 

Zurich 

To»»nthtps 

Ashf ield 

Col borne 

East Wananosh 

Coderich 

Crey 

Hay 

Honick 

Hullett 

HcKillop 

Morris 

Stanley 

Stephen 

Tuckersni th 

Turnberry 

Usborne 

Hest Mananosh 



129 


.85 


129 


.65 


129 


.85 


129 


.85 


129 


.85 


129 


.85 


129 


.85 


129, 


.65 


129, 


.85 


129. 


.85 


129. 


.85 


129. 


85 


129. 


.85 


129. 


85 


129. 


85 


129. 


85 


129. 


85 


129. 


85 


129. 


85 


129. 


85 


129. 


85 



297.20 
297.20 
297.20 
297.20 
297.20 

297.20 
297.20 
297.20 
297.20 
297.20 
297.20 
297.20 
297.80 
297.20 
297.20 
297.20 
297.20 
297.20 
297.20 
297.20 
297.80 



COUNTY OF KEKI 



9.41 



23.71 



30.48 

9.52 

8.18 

33.72 

30.24 

a.98 

6.04 
26.96 

8.24 
32.38 
29.72 

5.30 
4.84 
4.67 
5.48 
5.36 
6.05 
5.39 



76 


.90 


23 


.18 


20 


.4» 


82 


.09 


76 


.18 


22 


.65 


14, 


.71 


66, 


.10 


20. 


03 


81. 


71 


75. 


17 


12.91 


11. 


80 


11. 


40 


13.40 


13.28 


14.S1 


n.n 



889 



3566 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 308/90 



MunlclpeHty 
Column 1 



COUNTY OF KENT (cont'd) 



Romney 
Tilbury E«it 
Zone 

COUNTY OF LA.MBTÛN 

City 

Sarnie 

Towns 

Foreit 

Petrol la 

Vi1 laof - 

Al viniton 

Arkona 

Grand Bend 

Oil Springs 

Point Cdnard 

Thedford 

Watford 

Wyodii ng 

Torrnshipt 

Bosanqjet 

Brooke 

Dawn 

Enni ski 1 1 en 

Eupher-i a 

Moore 

Plympton 

Sarnia 

Sombra 

Varwlck 

COUNTY OF LAK»J?K 

Separated Town 
Smiths Fal Is 
Towns 
Almonte 

Cerleton PI tee 
Perth 
Village 
Lanark 
Townships 
Bathurst 
Beckwith 
Darling 
Dritinnond 
Lanark 

Lavant, Dalhousie t 
North Sherbrooke 



Grant Apportionment 

Column 2 Column Î 



5.27 12.83 

».71 11.51 

*.95 12.10 



17.78 *1.01 

10. U 26-99 

31.98 82. «.e 

8.23 21.8'. 

7.89 20.92 

S.S* 1*.72 

31.50 75.91 

7.88 ' 18.17 

9.13 2it.30 

8.02 19.30 

32.01 80.58 

5.07 13.53 

6.58 18. -.S 

5.87 15.01. 

5.16 13. S". 

6.19 17.09 

8.13 18.91 

<i.78 12.88 

5.23 12.07 

6.'.7 1*.91 

5.35 1''.''6 



10. *8 27.82 

6.63 16.72 

7.22 18.00 

7!3B 18.29 

8. '12 21.05 

6.*1 16.16 

5.52 1'«.01 
6.29 15.99 
6.« 16.« 
7.10 18.20 

6.53 16.71 



890 



O. Reg. 308/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3567 



Municipality 
Co1i«nn 1 



Crint 



Apportionment 
Co1i«Mi 3 



COUNTY OF LAKARK (cont'd) 



Montague 

North Burgess 

North flitiiley 

Pakenham 

Ramsay 

South Sherbrooke 



€.37 
5. «8 
5.56 
B.86 
6.28 
5.*9 



16.21 
U.17 
U.17 
22.99 

16.02 
U.OO 



UNITED COUf.TIES OF LEEDS 
AMD CREK. "LLE 



City 

Brockvtlle 
Separated Towns 
Cananoque 
Prescott 

Kemptville 

Villages 

Athens 

Cardinal 

MerrickvUle 

Newboro 

Westport 

Townships 

Augusta 

Bastard ( South 
Burgess 

Ednardsburg 

El iiabethtown 

Front of Escott 

Front of Leeds 
( Lansdowne 

Front of Yonge 
Kitley 

North Crosby 
Oxford (On Rideau) 
Rear of Leeds 

t Landsdowne 
Rear of Yonge 

t Escott 
South Crosby 
South Elipsley 
South Cower 
KoUord 



7.*1 

7.73 
9.61 

6.58 

7.95 
8.3* 
9.43 
10.35 
7.20 

8.%6 
6.55 

7.30 
7.7% 
6.32 
5.59 

7.67 
8.90 
5.00 
6.67 
6.77 

5.68 

6.*0 
*.97 
5.9'. 
8.22 



17.89 

18.7'i 
23.19 

16.02 

21.61 
19.96 
28.07 
29.22 
20.06 

21. M 
16.83 

20.35 
21.93 
17.62 
15.72 

21.39 
25,39 
U.46 
16.95 
19. «9 

16. S*. 

18.37 
H. 17 
17.07 
23.98 



891 



3568 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 308/90 



Mun1c1p»Hty 
Col umn 1 



Cr»nt 
Col inn 2 



Apportionment 
Colunn 3 



COUNTY OF LEXVDX AfC 
ADDINCTOt. 

Town 

Nepanee 

Vniagei 

B«th 

Nenburgh 

Townjhipt 

Adolphustown 

Art-ierst lilantJ 

Ctrnden East 

Denbigh, Ablnger 

I Aihb) 
Ernestown 
Kaledar, Angleiee 

t Effingham 
North Frederickst^rgh 
Richmond 
Sheffield 
South FredericVsbj-gh 

COUNTY or MIDDLESEX 



9.95 

S.05 
e.10 

7.51 
5.93 
8.U 
5.90 

9.0£ 

e.88 

7.92 
e.33 
7.51 
7.67 



23.11 

19.51 
21.50 

16.36 
15.83 
21.66 
15.71. 

21.65 
2<t.U 

19.73 
21.02 
20.00 
19.21 




Ai 1 sa Craig 
CI encoe 
Lucan 

Ktwbury 

Kardsvi 1 le 

Townshi ps 

Adelaide 

Biddulph 

Caradoc 

Delanare 

Cast Wi 1 1 iams 

Ekf rid 

Lobo 

London 

McCillivray 

Metcalfe 

MosB 

North Dorchester 

Westminster 

Hest Missouri 

Vest Williams 



10.95 

30.61» 
7.95 

28.36 
3<t.08 
28. *7 
7.05 
7.8« 

6.82 
6.28 
6.16 
5.96 
6.01 
6.05 
5.66 
6.38 
5.99 
5.76 
5.39 
5.93 
6.65 
6.00 
7.*7 



2<i.63 

71.31 
19.67 

65. *5 
63.95 
69.66 
16.56 
16.52 

15.76 
U.*3 
U.35 
13.71 
13.63 
13.92 
13.07 
U.7<i 
13.73 
13.30 
12.37 
13.63 
15.*<i 
13.69 
19.00 



892 



f 



O. Reg. 308/90 



Hunic(p»1<ty 
Colivnn 1 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



COUNTY OF NORTHUMBERLAND 



Grant 
Colunn 2 



3569 



Apportionment 
Column 3 



Towns 

Brighton 

Campbel 1 ford 

Cobourg 

Port Hope 

Villages 

Col borne 

Hastings 

Tortnshi ps 

Alnwick 

Brighton 

Cramahe 

Haldimand 

Hamilton 

Hope 

Murray 

Percy 

Seymour 



CM 

5.46 

6.72 

6.M 
6.87 

3.97 
«.46 
4.85 
4.31 
4.29 
4.17 
5.18 
5.29 
4.82 



U.02 
13.78 
21. n 

17.58 

16.01 
17.07 

9.95 
11.e<t 
12.07 
10.77 
10.71 
11.10 
12.91 
13.2'» 
12.05 



COUNTY or OXFORD 



City 

Noodstock 

Toms 

Ingersol 1 

Ti 1 1 sonburg 

Townshi ps 

Blandford-Blenheir 

East Zorre-Tavistock 

Nomich 

South-West Oxford 

Zorra 



8.72 

9.03 
8.06 

6.11 
6.17 
6.06 
5.86 
5.94 



21.61 
19.26 

15.63 
16.69 
15.85 
16.10 
16.17 



COUNTY OF PCRTH 



City 

Stratford 

Separated ToT»n 

St. Harys 

Towns 

Listowel 

Mitchell 

Village 

Milverton 

Townships 

Blanshard 

Down le 

Enice 

Elma 

Fullarton 

Hibbert 

Logan 



7.21 

34.99 

7.62 
8.27 

8.63 

5.41 
5.87 

C.fil 
«.40 
6.7i 
C.89 
6.43 



16.79 

80.50 

17.52 
21.61 

20.80 

U.17 
15.39 
17.49 
16.62 
17.93 
ie.B4 
17.18 



893 



3570 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 308/90 



Munlc)p«l Ity 



COUNTY or PERTH (cont'd) 



Crtnt 
Colivnn 2 



Apportionment 
Column 3 



Mornlngton 
►tenth Easthope 
South Eesthope 
*>1 1 ace 

COUNTY OF PETERBOROUOH 



6.03 
5.16 
5.60 
6.93 



15.82 
13.56 
15.22 
18.13 



City 

Peterborough 

vniaofs 

H«ve1ock 

Lal^efield 

Mlllbrook 

Norwood 

Townihi ps 

Asphodel 

Belmont I 
Methuen 

Burleigh i 
Anitruther 

Cavsn 

Chandoj 
Douro 
Dummer 
Enniimore 
Calnay i 

Caver>di sh 
Harvey 

North Monaghan 
Otonabee 
Smith 
South Monaghan 

UNITED COUWTIES OF PRESCOTT 
AND RUSSELL 



9.*7 

9.34 
6.92 
6.03 
7.85 

6.241 
5.02 

29.32 

122.65 

5.61 

6.15 

6.B« 

30.63 

115. 9i( 

132. «0 
3.57 
6.06 
5.90 
4.70 



22.70 

25.62 
18.09 
16.86 

20.92 

17.26 
13.77 

81.26 

339.10 
16.<t2 
16.1)0 
18.9<i 
65. '•8 

322.53 

367.2*. 

9.11 

16.79 

15.86 

13.25 



Towns 

Haprkesbury 

Rockland 

Vankleek Hill 

Villagei 

Alfred 

Casselsan 

L'Orignal 

Plantagenet 

St. Isidore 

de Prejcott 
Townships 
Alfred 
Caledonia 
Cambridge 



i.7k 
7.66 

30.95 

7.26 
8.05 
7.00 
33.03 
7.65 



BA9 
6.69 
6.67 



20.02 
17.89 
73.57 

17.51 
18.56 
16.6ii 
79.72 
18.05 



20.19 

20. *5 
15.65 



894 



O. Reg. 308/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3571 



Hun1c<p«1Uy 
Co1i«nn 1 

UNITED COUNTIES OF PRESCOTT 
AND RUSSELL (cont'd) 

Clarence 

East Hankesbury 

Longueuil 

North Plantagenet 

Russell 

Soulh Plantagenet 

West Hawkesbury 



Grant 
Co1i«*n 2 



7.86 
6.19 
7.36 
7.99 
7.93 
6.34 
6.»7 



Apportionment 
Colunn 3 



18.35 
19.22 
17.29 
18.79 
18.»i7 
19.66 
15.<.1 



COUNTY OF PRINCE 
EDWARD 



Town 

Picton 

Villages 

Bloomf leld 

Wellington 

Townships 

Amel lasburgh 

Athol 

Hallowell 

Millier 

North Harysburg<^ 

SopMasburgh 

South Maryibu^g^ 



33.^6 

29.75 
9.22 

2fi.86 
9.37 
9.38 
8.79 
7.79 

29.59 
7.90 



82.36 

73.35 
22.81 

66.80 
23.31 
23.21 
21.89 
19.37 
7'.. 90 
19.61. 



COUNTY OF RENFREW 



City 

Pembroke 

Topms 

Arnprlor 

Deep River 

Renfrew 

Villages 

Barry's Bay 

Beachburg 

Braeslde 

Chalk River 

Cobden 

Eganvi 1 le 

Klllaloe 

Petawana 

To»>nshi ps 

Admaston 

Alice t Fraser 

Bagot t Blythfield 

Brooiley 

Brougham 

Brudenell ft Lyndoch 



8.51 

7.M 
8.10 
8.65 

(.73 
7.71 
7.02 
7.59 
7.«7 
7.11 
7.«8 
7.51 

8.»7 
7.23 
5.21 
11.39 
5.70 
5.24 



22.17 

18.32 
21.17 
22.11 

16.9't 
19.70 
18.03 
19. «i6 
19.01 
16.02 
19.00 
19.13 

22.07 
18.39 
13.66 
29.33 
15.65 
13.58 



895 



3572 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 308/90 



MunlclpaHty 
Co1 unn 1 



Crtnt 
Coimn 2 



Apportforvnent 
Column 3 



COUNTY OF RENFREW (cont'd) 



Crattan 
Griffith I 

Matewstchan 
Hagarty ( Richa-dj 
Head, Clara & Kfria 
Horton 
HcNab 

North Algona 
Pembrooke 
Petawana 
Redcliffe 
Ragi an 
Rolph, Buchana- 

Wylie i McKaj 
Rois 

Seba&topol 
Sherwood, Jone; 

& Burns 
South Algona 
Stafford 
Weitmeath 
Wi Iberf orce 



€.98 

CM 

6.041 
7.93 
5.99 
€.35 
5.22 
7.W 
€.26 
4.11 
€.07 
€.00 

€.61 
«.O 

«.9« 
5.U 
7.€« 
S.93 
€.€1 



17 


.92 


15 


.62 


15 


.63 


20 


.01 


15 


.16 


16 


.21 


13, 


.3't 


16. 


.87 


15. 


98 


10. 


58 


15. 


'.9 


15. 


73 



16.59 
11. '•2 

12.65 
l'f.21 
19.28 
23.15 
17.03 



COUNTY OF SIMCOE 



Cities 

Barrie 

Orill ia 

Towns 

Alliston 

Bradford 

Col 1 Ingwood 

Midland 

Penetangui shene 

Stayner 

Masaga Beach 

Villages 

Beeton 

Coldnater 

Cook stown 

Creemore 

Elmvale 

Port McNicoll 

Tottenhain 

Victoria Harboc' 

Totmships 

Adjala 

Essa 

Flos 

Inn1»fl1 



106.81 
9.38 

12.79 
32.87 
21.62 
11.62 
6.10 
37.9'. 
136.28 

106.11 
29.32 
5.*3 

ITi.OS 
29.31 
3't. 87 
30. *6 
30.71 

3.01 
S.U 
5.*7 

4.20 



253.67 
22.91 

30.16 
8'..9'( 
50.88 
27.31 
20.65 
89.58 
363. 8't 

272.62 
78.10 
U.50 

281.52 
72.32 
82.28 
81.2'! 
85.25 

8.06 
13.77 
U.62 
11.24 



896 



O. Reg. 308/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3573 



Nunlcipti Ity 



Crcnt 
Co1i«Mi 3 



Apportionment 
Colunn i 



COUNTY or SIMCOE (con't) 

H«ra 

Mttchedssh 

Hcdonte 

Nottanssaga 

Orillia 

Ore 

Rama 

Sunnldale 

Tay 

Tecur.seth 

Tiny 

Toiorontio 

Vespra 

West Cwil limbut) 

UNITED COl^riES OF STORHONT, 
DUNDAS K*i~ CLENCARRY 



5.17 

2.95 

*.*7 

«.32 

5.77 

«.07 

«.56 

37.95 

5. «9 

«.29 

5.16 

32.29 

111.36 

3.68 



13.81 

7.93 

11.96 

11.26 

13.62 

10.88 

11.71 

89.85 

1'i.70 

n.32 

13.77 

Be. 1.7 

289.76 

9.55 



City 

Corneal 1 

Town 

Alexandria 

Villages 

Chestervil le 

Finch 

Iroquois 

Lancaster 

Haxvllle 

Morrlsburg 

Winchester 

To»«nships 

Charlottenburg^. 

Cornnall 

Finch 

Kenyon 

Lancaster 

Loch 1 c 1 

Hatilda 

Mountain 

OsnabrucW 

Roxborough 

Williamsburg 

Winchester 



9.eii 

8.5't 

9.31 
10.26 
10.22 
9. «8 
8.96 
7.16 
7.17 

7.2« 
8. «2 
8.65 
9.06 
8.01 
8.80 
7.81 
7.59 
9.13 
9.19 
8.60 
7.37 



23.78 

21.02 

22.29 
29. «3 
2'i.<i9 
26.60 
2<i.92 
18.5'. 
19.85 

20.36 
22. «6 
25. 9<. 
25.83 
22.75 
25.21 
21.8<> 
21. «9 
25.27 
26.59 
23.56 
20.59 



COUNTY OF VICTORIA 



Town 

Lindsay 

Villages 

Bobcaygeon 



8.06 
32.59 



18.92 
76.02 



897 



3574 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 308/90 

COUNTY OF VICTORIA (con't) 

Fenelon F«1U 5.06 11.80 

Omemee 7.52 17.55 

Sturgeon Point 5.18 12.07 

Woodvllle 32.80 76.53 
TormsMps 

Bexley 2.16 5.03 

Cerden 165.53 381.. 60 

Dalton 190.30 *70.97 

Eldon *.56 10.62 

Emily *.9<( 11.50 

Fenelon '1.68 10.90 

L«xton, Digby 4 2.21 5.15 

Longford 

Mânvers "t.ie 9.69 

Mariposa 5.'t'( 12.66 

Op* it.eS 11. «.1 

Somervllle 2.'i6 5.73 

Verulam ii .1*9 10. '(5 



898 



O. Reg. 308/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3575 

NuntcfpaHty Cr»nX. Apport lorwnent 

Coli*nn 1 Coliâim 2 Column 3 

COUNTY or WtLLINCTON 



CUy 

Cuelph 

Towm 

Fergu» 

Harriston 

Mount Forest 

P«)iierston 

Vniagei 

Arthur 

CUfford 

Dr«yton 

E1or« 

Erin 26.82 67.31 

Townthipt 

Arthur 

Eramosa 

Erin *.05 10.59 



Michlptcoten 



25.82 58.98 

36.10 82.*i3 

a.S2 22.26 

7.2S 17.38 

8.61 21.90 

35.56 83. 7i. 

30.63 73.92 

27.93 66.77 

27.32 69.87 



€.83 17.82 

4.63 12.0° 



*.eo n.*5 

6.65 17. ♦g 

7.56 20.'i1 



Cuelph 

Môryborough 

Hinto 

Nichol 5-0* "-78 

Peel 5." "••" 

PHklngton *-96 "-9' 

West C«r»fr«xa 5.17 13.51 

Mest Luther 6.53 17.07 

PusUnch *." 10. -.5 

DISTRICT OF ALCOHA 

City 

S.ult Ste. Marie 17.91 *0.19 

Towns 

BHnd River ♦B.U 100.69 

Bruce Mines 119-35 253.77 

Elliot Lake *1-25 89.20 

Thessalon 119.35 253.77 

Villages 



Hilton Beach 119.35 253.77 

Iron Bridge 

TowisMps 



161.97 350.06 

IBfi.eg 389.65 



Oa> i Bright 
Additional 
Hilton 119.35 253.77 



137.93 271.. 6: 

119.35 253.77 



Hornepeyne 
Jocelyn 

Johnson 119.35 253.77 

taird 119-35 253.77 

Kacdonald, Meredith 

i Aberdeen Additional 



119.35 253.77 

32.23 7*. 18 



899 



3576 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 308/90 



Municipality 
Column 1 

North Shore 
Plunmer Addit1or.«1 
Prince 
St. Joseph 
Tarbutt t Tarbutt 

Additional 
Thessalon 
Thompson 
White River 
lir.provement Districts 
Dubreuil vil le 
Shedden 



Grant 




Column 2 


59.03 


119 


.35 


29 


.69 


119. 


.35 


119, 


.35 


119, 


,35 


71. 


,1* 


e. 


,05 


119. 


78 


59. 


7* 



Apportionment 
Colifnn 3 

124. IB 
253.77 
75. B1 
253.77 
253.77 

253.77 

152.03 

IB. 39 

277.6'! 
126.27 



DISTRICT Or- COCHRANE 



City 

T i mm 1 n s 

Towns 

Cochrane 

Hearst 

Iroquois Falls 

Kapuskaslng 

Smooth Rock Falls 

Townships 

Black Ri ver-Hatheson 

Fauquler-Strickland 

Clackmeyer 

Mattice-Val Cote 

Moonbeam 

Moosonee Develop-'ent 

Area Board 
Opasatika 
Val Rita-Hardy 



12.58 

3'i.<i7 
33.27 
37.76 
35.66 
37.58 

37.37 
37.53 
30.72 
3'!. 9'. 
3<i.61 
33.63 

38.82 
37.7* 



86 


.32 


61 


.16 


88 


.60 


86 


.29 


89 


.<iO 


88, 


,08 


90, 


,32 


88. 


.18 


89. 


.05 


86. 


95 


9«. 


18 


91. 


12 



DISTRICT or KENDRA 



Town» 

Dryden 

Keewatin 

Kenore 

Sioux Lookout 

Townshi pt 

Barcl ay 

Ear Falls 

Golden 

Ignace 

Jaffray 4 Mel id 

Machin 

Pickle Lake 

Red Lake 

Sioux Narrows 



7 


.83 


9 


.21 


32 


.63 


7 


.62 


8 


.38 


10. 


.99 


10. 


.63 


12, 


.92 


6. 


,55 


5. 


,03 


99. 


16 


6. 


.99 


5. 


30 



17 


.90 


24 


.79 


76 


.Oi. 


20 


.12 


22. 


.12 


27. 


.48 


2'.. 


.85 


35, 


,99 


17. 


,71 


13. 


,12 


20.94 


1*. 


23 



900 



O. Reg. 308/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3577 



Nuntclpallty 



Grant 
Coluam 2 



Apportlorancnt 
Co1i«Kn 3 



DISTRICT OF MANITOULIN 



Core Bay 
Little Current 
Townthlpi 
As&lglnack 
Barrle l»1and 
Billings 
Burpee 
Carnarvon 
Cockburn Island 
Cordon 
Holland 
Rutherford t 

George Island 
Sandfleld 
Tehkunmah 



70.K 
71.56 

71.15 
71.76 
71.86 
70.82 
71 .«0 
69.58 
70.98 
71.72 
5«.63 

71.91 
71 .«0 



U6.62 
1*9.05 

U6.51 
1*7.88 
U8.9* 
1«*.99 
U7.9Î 
U0.27 
1*5.77 
1*8. *7 
135.25 

1*9.27 
1*7.** 



DISTRICT OF NIPISSINC 



City 

North Bay 

Towns 

Cache Bay 

Hattana 

Sturgeon Fall s 

Townships 

Airy 

Bonfield 

Cal dm 11 

Calvin 

CMaholai 

East Ferris 

Field 

Hattanan 

Paplneau 

Springer 

Teoagaml 

Improvcnent District 

Cameron 



8.55 

30.78 
26.73 
38.13 

31.33 

28.72 

2.56 

2.85 

1*9.52 

30.38 

27.99 

2.69 

«.99 

6.95 

35.63 

5.02 



19.9* 

8*. 66 
72.56 
86.69 

76.67 

79.8* 

7.*1 

8.12 

283.23 

83.31 

76. *6 

8.26 

15.03 

18.91 

82.99 

15.23 



DISTRICT 0" PARRY SOUND 




171.56 

161.** 
167.59 
169.26 

189.23 
173.11 



318. 


.18 


322, 


.*•• 


316. 


.79 


320.32 


356.U 


323. 


.17 



901 



3578 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 308/90 



Municipal i ty 
Col umn 1 



Crent 
Col uinn 2 



Apportionment 
Column i 



DISTRICT OF PARRY SOUND (cont'd) 



Rosseau 

South River 

Sundridge 

Townships 

Armour 

Carl ing 

Chapman 

Christie 

Foley 

Hagerman 

Humphrey 

Joly 

Ma char 

McDougal 1 

McKellar 

McMurrich 

Ni pissing 

North Himsworth 

Perry 

Ryerson 

South Himsworth 

Strong 

The Archipelago 



175.17 
^6lt.66 
171*. 95 

182.73 
182.38 
168.97 
158.52 
161. 7<» 
202.49 
170.22 
184.30 
163.50 
125.39 
175.66 
184.85 
176.34 
180.91 
177.27 
171.20 
176.33 
124.70 



345.32 
313.17 
329.91 

345.13 
358.55 
339.99 
333.53 
315.93 
322.55 
394.30 
317.51 
344.08 
326.12 
248.68 
329.21 
347.24 
331,55 
338.91 
330.56 
323.26 
331.99 
243.90 



DISTRICT OF RAINY RIVER 



Towns 

Fort Frances 

Rainy River 

Townships 

Al berton 

Atikokan 

Atwood 

Blue 

Chappie 

Dilke 

Emo 

La Vallée 

McCrosson & Tovel 1 

Morley & Pattullo 

Morson 

Worthington 

Improvement District 

Kingsford 



11.16 
9.06 

9.17 

15.76 

4.90 

6.69 

7.12 

5.24 

4.88 

3.59 

29.45 

8.20 

23.23 

7.91 

3.33 



25.93 
24.19 

26.58 
33.98 
13.33 
18.76 
21.55 
14,22 
13,38 
10.66 
83.52 
23.83 
59.53 
21.11 

9,16 



DISTRICT OF SUDBURY 



Towns 
Espanola 
Hassey 
Webbwood 



8.74 
13,05 
7.21 



20,79 
39.83 
20,85 



902 



O. Reg. 308/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3579 



Municipality 
Column 1 



Grant 
Col ««an 2 



Apportlonawnt 
Column 3 



DISTRICT OF SU03JRY (cont'd) 

To^«n»h1p^ 

Baldwin 

Casimir, Jennings 

4 Appleby 
Chapleau 
Cosby, Mason i 

Hartland 
Hagar 
Nairn 

Ratter I Ounnet 
The Spanish River 

DISTRICT OF TR^OER BAY 

City 

Thunder Bay 

Towns 

Ceraldton 

Longlac 

Townships 

Beardmore 

Conine e 

Dor Ion 

Cniies 

Hanltouwadge 

Marathon 

Naklna 

Neebing 

Niplgon 

O'Connor 

Oliver 

Palpoonge 

Red Rock 

Schrelber 

Shuni ah 

Terrace Bay 

DISTRICT OF TIMISKAMINC 



151.5* 
10.27 

35.50 
2.50 

*.90 
10.10 
4.07 
9.76 



8.24 

11.48 
9.51 

19.24 

11.43 

9.01 

10.81 

37.37 

35.80 

14.35 

8.14 

(.62 

8.16 

7.10 

7.35 

36.44 

11.09 

8.06 

32.26 



446.71 
23.57 

81.55 
7.08 

15.55 
26.31 
12.82 
29.68 



20.47 

26.16 
21.67 

47.92 
33.22 
24.59 
32.23 
114.93 
88.74 
30.75 
21.66 
18.35 
23.18 
18.34 
18.57 
86.01 
23.45 
21.06 
73.95 



Towns 

Charlton 

Cobalt 

Englehart 

Halleybury 

Kirkland Lake 

Latchford 

New LUkeard 

Village 

Thornloe 



23.59 
9.56 

29.04 

33.00 
8.39 

32.05 
6.72 

27.98 



65.77 
25.73 
77.52 
82.15 
21.13 
79.95 
20.52 

75.44 



903 



3580 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 308/90 

Muntclp*Hty Cr«nt Apportionment 

Column 1 ColiMn 2 Column 3 

DISTRICT or TIHISKAMINC (cont'd) 

Townships 

Armstrong 9.50 

Brethour *.06 

Casey 3.51 

Chamberlein 11.52 

Coleman 7.13 

Dack 30.20 

Dymond S.^tl 

Evanturel 9.68 

Harley *.77 

Harris 6.30 

HilHard 6.23 

Hudson 176.52 

James 29.04 

Kerns 9.78 

Larder Lake 29.09 

HcCarry 31. *1 
Improvement Districts 

Gauthier 27.65 

Matachewan 11.2* 

DISTRICT OF AlCOKA 

Central Algoma 119.35 253.77 

Board of Education 

Michipicoten Boarc 137.13 312.16 

of Education 

North Shore Board 59.57 125.02 

of Education 

Sault Ste. Marie 3*. 00 79.15 

Board of Education 



Board of Educatior. 



25 


.31 


10 


.92 


9 


.81 


28 


.08 


17 


.50 


61 


.02 


21 


.93 


25 


.69 


15, 


,55 


17, 


,09 


16. 


,79 


501. 


,76 


77, 


,*i9 


2'.. 


16 


76. 


69 


77. 


9ii 


71. 


09 


28. 


66 



DISTRICT or COCHRANE 

Cochrane- Iroquois 38.23 89.20 

Falls Board of Education t 

Cochrane- 1 roquoi s 

Falls R.C.S.S. 

Board of Education 
Hearst Board of Ec.tation 4 33.87 86.31 

Hearst R.C.S.S. 



Kapuskasing Board 38.69 9<<.00 

of Education i 

Kapuskasing 

D. R.C.S.S. Board 

of Education 
Independent Boards 



904 



O. Reg. 308/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3581 

Mor»ic1p«11ty Cr.nt Apportionment 



Column 1 

DISTRICT or COCHRANE (cont'd) 



DISTRICT OF KEXORA 

Kcnora Board of Education 
Red Laltt Board of Education 
Dryden Board of Education 
Independent Boards 
Slate Falli D.5.A. 



Sinner Beaver O.S. A. 



Tiinitkawlng Board of Education 
Nipitiing Board of Education 
Independent Board o* Education 
Morchison, Lyel 1 , * Sabine 

DISTRICT OF PAP.RY SOUND 

East Parry Sound 

Board of Education. 
West Parry Sound 

Board of Education 
Independent Boards of Education 
Magnetanan T.S.A. 



Coluan 2 Column 3 



Cênfield O.S. A. I'-W 

James Bay Lowlands 3*. 09 

Secondary School Board 

Smokey Falls D.S.A. 23-11 



10.61 30.21 

31.00 73.80 

12.26 32.21 



8.70 



Sturgeon Lake 122.30 



66.50 



Unfrevllle D.S.A. 11.93 

DISTRICT OF fVMTOULIN 
Manitoulln Board of Education 21.11 U6.0* 

DISTRICT OF NIPISSINC 



13.13 311. 7». 

8.60 26.95 

11.23 26.^8 

179,30 338.66 

163.06 324.72 

174.39 326.80 



McMurrich T.S.A. 169.07 31*. 02 

South River T.S.A. 187.95 352.82 



DISTRICT OF RAINY RIVER 

Atikokan Board of Education 
Fort Frances-Rainy River 

Board of Educatio- 
Independent Board of Education 
Mine Centre D.S.A. 9.63 



1*.U 31.92 

8.11 23.71 



905 



3582 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 308/90 



MonUlpallty 
Column 1 



Grant 
Coltnn 2 



Apportionment 
Column i 



DISTRICT or SUDBURY 



Esptnolg Board of Education 
Chapleau Board of Education 
Sudbury Board of Education 
independent Boardi of Education 
Asqulth i Carvey D.S.A. 
Foleyet D.S.A. 
Cogama D.S.A. 
Mlisarenda D.S.A. 

(Ren-able) 

(Misianable & DaUon) 



9.73 
32.72 
3S.3e 

32.16 
3<i.09 
32. 6« 

9.69 
5.46 



27.81 
79.93 
99.71 



DISTRICT or THUNDER BAY 



LeWehead Board of Education 

Dawion Road, Forbes I Goldie 

Forbei, Dawson Road & Ware 

CilHes, Scoble 4 Pearson 

CorhafT 

Corham t Ware 

Lybiter, Marks i Strange 

Mark» 

Pearson 

Pearson t Fraleig^ 

Relth 

Scoble 

Shebandonan 

Sibley 

Expansion 

Lake Superior Boerd of Education 

Niplgon-Red Rock Board of Education 

Lyon 

Sti rl ing-Lyon 

Ceraldton Board of Education 

Errlngton-Aslvnore 

Houck i Oakes 

Leduc 

Independent Boards of Education 

Al lanwiter 

Armstrong 

Auden 

Cararr.at 

Col 1 ins 

HI 11 sport 

Kashabowie 

Kf Ikenr.y 

Savant Lake 

Upsala 



9.96 

10.M 

e.58 

9.52 

1.97 
7.87 
9.36 

7.69 
12.73 

6.90 

e.«9 

7.95 
10.85 
12.62 

10.13 
10.02 

12.17 
12.28 
11.55 

5.76 
12.27 
11.93 
11.93 
79.76 
11.93 

6.4B 
10.91 
l't.75 
11.04 



26.'t8 
26.91 
32.27 
22.02 
2'.. 35 
6.09 
22.1.5 
27.71 
22.39 
32.63 
18.09 
26.6<< 
2'..'tB 
29.61 
2'.. 73 

29.61) 
29.65 

27.32 
27.57 
28.45 



906 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3583 



Municipal Ity 
Colunm 1 



Grant 
Coliann 2 



Apportlonncnt 
Colunn 3 



DISTRICT OF TIHISKAMINC 



KlrHand L>lce Board of Education 

Benoît t Malsonvil le 

Boston 

Boston-Pacaud SS 2 

Boston-Pacaud SS i 

Catharine SS 1 

Crenfell SS 1 

Lebel SS 1 

Lebel SS 2 

Malionville & Crenfell SS 1 

Merquli-Otto SS 3 

Otto-Boston SS 1 

Otto-Eby SS 2 

Pacaud SS '« 

KirHend Lake R.C.S.S. 

Board of Education. 
Crenfell 
Lebel 1 
Lebel 2 
Otto-Boston 
TimisfcaTiing Board o' 

Education t Tiiri teaming DRCSS Board 



3S.48 

31. *3 

9.33 

9,70 

30.26 

32.55 

31. *5 

7.2'! 

33.08 

11. IB 

10.10 

15.01 

33.29 



29.75 

31.76 

7.»7 

10.91» 

13.13 



91.62 
78.01 
21.. 31 
26.53 
79.05 
80.68 
81.30 
19.75 
8i.92 
28.98 
28.08 
38.87 
85.39 



78.02 
82.51 
19.55 

28.50 

3*. 71. 



Dated at Toronto, this 8th day of May, 1990. 
25/90 



O. Reg. 308/90, s. 3. 

Sean Conway 
Minister of Education 



907 



3584 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 3585 

INDEX 25 

GOVERNMENT NOTICES/AVIS DU GOUVERNEMENT 

Proclamations 3413 

Motor Vehicle Transport Act, 1987/Loi de 1987 sur les transports routiers 3414 

Certificates of Incorporation/Certificats de constitution 3460 

Letters Patent of Incorporation Issued/Lettres patentes constitutives délivrées 3473 

Certificates of Amalgamation/Certificats de fusion 3476 

Certificates of Continuance/Certificats de prorogation 3481 

Transfer of Ontario Corpwration&Transfert de compagnies ontariennes 3481 

Restated Certificates of Incorp>oration/Certificats de constitution mis à jour 3481 

Amendments to Articles/Modifications aux statuts 3481 

Articles of Revival/Statuts de reconstitution 3486 

Certificates of Amendment of Articles Issued/Certificats de modification des statuts délivrés . . . 3487 

Supplementary Letters Patent Issued/Lettres patentes supplémentaires délivrées 3487 

Extra-Provincial Licences Endorsed/Permis extraprovinciaux inscrits 3488 

Certificates of Dissolution/Certificats de dissolution 3488 

Decisions on Applications for Audit Exemption/Décisions quant aux demandes de dispense en 

matière de vérification 3489 

Cancellation for Cause (Business Corporations Act)/ Annulation pour motifs suffisants 

(Loi sur les compagnies) 3489 

Notice of Default in Complying with the Corporations Tax Act/ Avis de défaut d'observer la 

Loi sur l'imposition des personnes morales 3489 

Cancellation of Certificates of Incorporation (Corporations Tax Act Defaulters)/ Annulation de 

certificats de constitution (défaut d'observer la Loi sur l'imposition des personnes 

morales) 3493 

Credit Unions Dissolved/Credit Unions dissoutes 3497 

Errata 3497 

Change of Name Act/Loi sur le changement de nom 3500 

Courts of Justice Act/Loi sur les tribunaux judiciaires 3505 

Pesticides Act/Loi sur les pesticides 3505 

Applications to Provincial Parliament — Private Bills/Demandes au Parlement provincial — 

Projets de loi d'intérêt privé 3507 

Petitions to Provincial Parliament/Petitions au Parlement provincial 3507 

Applications to Provincial Parliament/Demandes au Parlement provincial 3508 

CORPORATION NOTICES/AVIS RELATIFS AUX COMPAGNIES 3510 

NOTICE TO CREDITORS/AVIS AUX CRÉANCIERS 3515 

SHERIFFS' SALES OF LANDS/VENTES DE TERRAINS PAR LE SHÉRIF 3515 

PUBLICATIONS UNDER THE REGULATIONS ACT/ 
PUBLICATIONS EN VERTU DE LA LOI SUR LES RÈGLEMENTS 

Administration of Justice Act O. Reg. 294/90 3537 

Courts of Justice Act, 1984 O. Reg. 287/90 3532 

Courts of Justice Act, 1984 O. Reg. 289/90 3534 

Courts of Justice Act, 1984 O. Reg. 290/90 3534 

Courts of Justice Act, 1984 O. Reg. 291/90 3534 

Courts of Justice Act, 1984 O. Reg. 292/90 3535 

Courts of Justice Act, 1984 O. Reg. 293/90 3536 

Courts of Justice Act, 1984 O. Reg. 295/90 3537 

Courts of Justice Act, 1984 O. Reg. 296/90 3538 

Education Act O. Reg. 305/90 3543 

Education Act O. Reg. 306/90 3543 

Education Act O. Reg. 307/90 3543 

Education Act O. Reg. 308/90 3556 

Endangered Species Act O. Reg. 299/90 3540 

Fire Marshals Act O. Reg. 281/90 3517 

Health Insurance Act O. Reg. 283/90 3519 

Highway Traffic Act O. Reg. 301/90 3541 

Highway Traffic Act O. Reg. 302/90 3541 

Justices of The Peace Act, 1989 O. Reg. 297/90 3538 

Ontario Drug Benefit Act, 1986 O. Reg. 282/90 3519 

Ontario Guaranteed Annual Income Act O. Reg. 300/90 3540 



3586 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 

Planning Act, 1983 O. Reg. 284/90 3520 

Planning Act, 1983 O. Reg. 303/90 3541 

Planning Act, 1983 O. Reg. 304/90 3542 

Provincial Parks Act O. Reg. 298/90 3540 

Public Service Act O. Reg. 288/90 3533 

Registry Act O. Reg. 286/90 3532 

Toronto Area Transit Operating Authority Act O. Reg. 285/90 3520 

Correction to Homes for Special Care Act O. Reg. 254/90 3584 



Erratum 

Vide Ontario Gazette, Vol. 123-23, dated June 9th, 1990, page 3219. 

Notice Is Hereby Given that the Name and Regulations: O. Reg. 720/90 and O. Reg. 721/90 under 
the Environmental Protection Act, should read: Environmental Assessment Act, O. Reg. 270/90 and 
O. Reg. 271/90. 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 3587 




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O. Reg. 309/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3707 



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



1990—06-30 



PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 309/90. 

Zoning Areas — Geographic Township of 
Pellatt, Territonal District of Kenora. 
Made— June 5th, 1990. 
Filed— June 11th, 1990. 



ORDER MADE UNDER THE 
PLANNING ACT, 1983 

ZONING AREAS— GEOGRAPHIC TOWNSHIP 

OF PELLATT, TERRITORIAL DISTRICT OF 

KENORA 

INTERPRETATION 

1. In this Order, 

"accessory", when used to describe a use, building or 
structure means a use, building or structure that is 
normally incidental or subordinate to the principal 
use, building or structure on the same lot; 

"dweUing unit" means one or more habitable rooms 
occupied or capable of being occupied as an inde- 
pendent and separate housekeeping establishment 
in which separate kitchen and sanitary facilities are 
provided for the exclusive use of the unit with a 
private entrance from outside the building or from 
a common hallway or stairway inside the building; 

"lot" means a parcel of land, 

(a) described in a deed or other document 
legally capable of conveying land, or 

(b) shown as a lot or block on a registered plan 
of subdivision; 

"seasonal dwelling" means a single dwelling to be 
used for recreation but not occupied as a perma- 
nent residence or home; 

"single dwelling" means a separate building contain- 
ing only one dwelling unit. O. Reg. 309/90, s. 1 . 

APPLICATION 



geographic Township of Pellatt in the Territorial Dis- 
trict of Kenora being composed of part of Location 
S-532 designated as lots 1 to 8 inclusive on Plan 
23M-875 registered in the Land Registry Office for 
the Land Titles Division of Kenora (No. 23). 
O. Reg. 309/90, s. 2. 

USE OF LANDS. BUILDINGS AND STRUCTURES 

3. No land shall hereafter be used and no building 
or structure shall hereafter be erected or used except 
in accordance with the terms of this Order, but noth- 
ing in this Order prevents the use of any land, build- 
ing or structure for a purpose prohibited by this 
Order if such land, building or structure was lawfully 
used for such purpose on the day this Order comes 
into force. O. Reg. 309/90, s. 3. 

PERMITTED USES 

4. Every use of land and every erection or use of 
buildings or structures on lands described in section 2 
is prohibited except, 

(a) one seasonal dwelling; and 

(b) uses, buildings and structures accessory to 
seasonal dwellings. O. Reg. 309/90, s. 4. 

REBUILDING AND REPAIRS 

5. — (1) Nothing in this Order prevents the recon- 
struction of any building or structure that is damaged 
or destroyed by causes beyond the control of the 
owner if the dimensions of the original building or 
structure are not increased or its original use altered. 

(2) Nothing in this Order prevents the strengthen- 
ing or restoration to a safe condition of any building 
or structure or part of any such building or structure. 
O. Reg. 309/90, s. 5. 

Brian Douglas Riddell 

Assistant Deputy Minister 

Municipal Operations Division 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 5th day of June, 1990. 



2. This Order applies to that parcel of land in the 26/90 

909 



3708 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 310/90 

ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 310/90. 

Exemption — Ministry of Natural 

Resources — MNR-56. 
Made— June 1st, 1990. 
Approved — June 1st, 1990. 
Filed— June 12th, 1990. 



ORDER MADE UNDER THE 
ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

EXEMPTION— MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES— MNR-56 

Having received a request from the Ministry of Natural Resources that an undertaking, namely: 
The activities of, 

(a) implementing Ministry of Natural Resources Lake Plans specified in Part 2 of Condition 1 ; 
and 

(b) disposing of Crown land for cottage lots, as specified in Condition 1 , 

be exempt from the application of the Act pursuant to section 29; and 

Having been informed 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 public will be damaged by the delay in disposing of cottage lots which were provided for under 
the provisions of Ontario Regulation 498/89, which has since expired. 

B. The Ministry of Natural Resources will be damaged by the loss of capital investment to date, for 
access roads to cottage subdivisions for which construction has been started but not completed. 

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

A. The cottage lots have all been planned in compliance with the exemption order MNR-52/3, filed as 
Ontario Regulation 498/89; 

B. The Ministry of Natural Resources processes Crown land subdivision development plans in accor- 
dance with procedures for private land subdivision proposals established under section 50 of the 
Planning Act, 1983; 

This exemption is subject to the following terms and conditions: 

4 
1. Subject to the following conditions, the following activities are those exempt under this exemption 

order: 

PARTI 

(1) The disposition of the following "shelf lots". These lots have received approval under section 50 of 
the Planning Act, 1983: 



Region 


District 


Lake 


No. of 
Lots 


Northwestern 


Red Lake 


Red Lake 

Coli 

Wenesaga 


3 

2 

.12 



910 



o. Reg. 310/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3709 



Region 


District 


Lake 


No. of 
Lots 




Dryden 


Avery 
Good 
Wabasking 
Laval 


5 
3 
1 
1 


Northeastern 


Wawa 


Black Trout 
Catfish 


2 
2 


Northern 


Gogama 


Mattagami 


7 




Cochrane 


Dora 

Indian 

Sand 


26 
I 
1 




Hearst 


Hanlan 

Pivabiska 

West Government 

Wicksteed 

Wolverine 


17 

2 
3 
1 
7 




Kapuskasing 


Rufus 


30 




Kirkland Lake 


Misella 
Mistinikon 


15 
14 


North Central 


Atikokan 
Geraldton 
Terrace Bay 
Nipigon 


Calm 

Lower Twin 
Wabikoba 
Waweig 
Obonga 


3 
28 

1 
7 
1 



(2) The disposition of the following 
the Planning Act, 1983: 



"new" lots. These lots have received approval under section 50 of 



Region 


District 


Lake 


No. of 
Lots 


Northeastern 


Blind River 


Canoe 

Darrell 

Marshland 


21 
2 
1 


Northern 


Chapleau 


Como 

Kindogan 

Nagasin 

Horwood 

Weshago 

Borden 


1 

8 

16 

16 

1 
2 




Hearst 


Stoddart 


11 


North Central 


Thunder Bay 


Arrow 

Decourcey 

Dog 

Hicks 

Huronian 

Iron Range 


1 
8 
1 

15 
3 
4 






Mawn 
Max 

McLeish 

Stames 

Hawkeye 

Windigoostigwan 


3 
3 
3 

1 
2 

1 



911 



3710 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 310/90 

PART 2 
(1) Implementation of the Ministry of Natural Resources Lake Plans for the following Lakes, including, 

(a) providing road access, access points, common docks and solid waste disposal facilities; 

(b) disposing of Crown land for cottage lots; and 

(c) any other activities required to receive approval under section 50 of the Planning Act, 1983: 



Region 


District 


Lake 


No. 


fLots 


Draft 
Approval 


Applic. 
Sub. 


Northwestern 
Northeastern 
Northern 


Sioux Lookout 

Sudbury 

Timmins 


Kimmewan 
Maskinonge 
Akweskwa 


19 
51 
38 






Kapuskasing 


Remi 




32 


North Central 


Hearst 
Atikokan 

Terrace 


Banks 

Crooked Pine 
Kawene 
Chorus 
Loken 


48 
10 


5 

40 
16 



26/90 



2. All lots disposed of under this order must be capable of supporting a Class 4 sewage system, either in 
a natural or engineered state, as defined in Ontario Regulation 374/81 under the Environmental Pro- 
tection Act. Any lot which is determined by the Ministry of Natural Resources to be unable to support 
a Class 4 sewage system is not exempt under this order. 

3. The Ministry of Natural Resources shall submit a monitoring list to the Director of the Environmen- 
tal Assessment Branch at the end of each fiscal year until all cottage lots listed in Condition 1 have 
been disposed of or become not exempt pursuant to Condition 2. The first list shall be submitted no 
later than April 30, 1991. These monitoring lists shall include the following information: 

° The names of the lakes and the number of cottage lots on each lake which have been disposed 
of in the respective time period. 

° The names of the lakes and the number of cottage lots on each lake which have become not 
exempt under Condition 2 in the respective time period. 

° The name and location of any roads which were completed during the respective time period 
and the name of the lake and Lake Plan with which they are associated. 

4. All cottage lots subject to this exemption shall only be created in accordance with the procedure 
under section 50 of the Planning Act, 1983, as amended from time to time, which, for purposes of this 
order, shall be treated by the Ministry of Natural Resources as though the Act bound the Crown. 

5. The Ministry of Natural Resources, as part of its Lake Plan implementation process, shall comply 
with the conditions of approval for the Class Environmental Assessments for Access Points and 
Docks and Access Roads to MNR Facilities, approved on April 1, 1982, and the Class Environmental 
Assessment for Solid Waste Disposal, approved on April 6, 1984, or any subsequent approval that is 
provided for the undertakings described in these Class Environmental Assessments. 

6. (1) A copy of this order, along with the list of terms and conditions of approval, shall be distribu- 
ted by the Ministry of Natural Resources to all Ministry of Natural Resources Regional and 
District Offices listed in Condition 1 . 

(2) The Ministry of Natural Resources shall provide to the Director of the Environmental Assess- 
ment Branch of the Ministry of the Environment, for placing in the public record maintained 
under the Act, a copy of all bulletins which direct its field organization in the application of 
this order. O. Reg. 310/90. 

James Bradley 
Minister of the Environment 

912 



O. Reg. 311/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3711 



ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 311/90. 

Exemption — ^Ministry of 

Transportation — ^MTC-56. 
Made— June 1st, 1990. 
Approved — ^June 1st, 1990. 
FUed— June 12th, 1990. 



ORDER MADE UNDER THE 
ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

EXEMPTION— MINISTRY OF 
TRANSPORTATION— MTC-56 

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

The activity of carrying out the design, acquisi- 
tion of property, construction, operation and 
maintenance of Highway 17 from Antrim to 
Amprior in the Township of West Carleton, 
consisting of a four lane divided freeway 11.5 
kilometres in length with full access control, 
interchanges at the major roadways, grade sepa- 
ration at all intersecting roadways along the free- 
way alingment and relocation of road crossings, 

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 inju- 
ry, damage or interference with the persons and 
property indicated will occur: 

A. The Crown will be damaged by an increase 
in the cost of and interfered with by the 
delay in the completion of a project for 
which a planning study and corridor desig- 
nation was completed prior to the Act being 
proclaimed in force. 

B. The Regional Municipality of Ottawa- 
Carleton and The Corporation of the Town- 
ship of West Carleton will be interfered with 
by the delay in completion of this project 
for which a designated alignment has exist- 
ed since the early 1970's, upon which land 
use planning and development has been 
influenced in expectation of the highway 
construction. 

C. The public will be interfered with and dam- 
aged by operational problems in the existing 
Provincial and local road systems and vehi- 
cle accidents on existing Highway 17. 

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, con- 
servation and wise management of the enviroimient 



which would resuh from the undertaking being sub- 
ject 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 plaiming and highway designation for 
the undertaking was completed before the 
Act came into force. In 1979, the Ministry 
of Transportation completed a planning 
review study which evaluated alternatives 
involving the upgrading of the existing high- 
way as well as the designated new align- 
ment. The results of this study confirmed 
the environmental and engineering appro- 
priateness of the designated new alignment. 
The local municipality and other govern- 
mental agencies were involved with this 
study. 

B. The Councils of The Corporation of the 
Township of West Carleton and The Corpo- 
ration of the Town of Amprior have passed 
resolutions requesting that the Ministry of 
Transportation proceed as soon as possible 
with the undertaking. 

C. The completion of this link of the Highway 
17 controlled access freeway will provide for 
improved safety and will allow the full bene- 
fit of the Highway 17 corridor to be realized 
by the people of Ontario and especially the 
residents and the business, commercial and 
industrial developments in the Ottawa 
VaUey. 

This exemption is subject to the following terms 
and conditions: 

1. The Ministry of Transportation shall submit 
a copy of an Environmental Status State- 
ment covering the design and construction 
of the undertaking, for information pur- 
poses, at least thirty days prior to the com- 
mencement of construction, to the Environ- 
mental Assessment Branch of the Ministry 
of the Environment for inclusion in the Pub- 
lic Record. 

2. The Ministry of Transportation shall contact 
the appropriate Ministries and Agencies 
and shall notify the public during the prepa- 
ration of the Environmental Status State- 
ment. Any concerns which are raised shall 
be addressed by the Ministry of Transporta- 
tion in the Environment Status Statement. 

3. No construction shall be carried out pursu- 
ant to this exemption order unless construc- 
tion has commenced prior to, 

(a) five years from the date of approval 
of this order; or 



t 



913 



3712 O. Reg. 311/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 313/90 



(b) such later date as may be approved in 
writing by the Minister of the 
Environment. O. Reg. 311/90. 

James Bradley 
Minister of the Environment 



26/90 



ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 312/90. 

Exemption— La Cité collégiale— PR-CC-04. 
Made— June 1st, 1990. 
Approved — ^June 1st, 1990. 
Filed— June 12th, 1990. 



ORDER MADE UNDER THE 
ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

EXEMPTION— LA CITÉ 
COLLÉGIALE^PR-CC-04 

Having received a request from La Cité collégiale 
that an undertaking, namely: 

The activity of establishing and operating a 
French-language college of applied arts and 
technology at 2445 and 2465 St. Laurent Boule- 
vard in the City of Ottawa, 

be exempt from the application of the Act pursuant 
to section 29; and 

Having been advised by La Cité collégiale 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 people of Ontario will be damaged 
because the objective of opening the first 
fully French-language college of applied arts 
and technology in Ontario in September, 
1990 may be frustrated due to the time 
required for the preparation and approval 
of an environmental assessment in respect 
of an undertaking for which no significant 
negative environmental impacts have been 
identified. 

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, con- 
servation and wise management in Ontario of the 
environment which would result from the undertak- 
ing 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. Ontario citizens who desire to obtain a post- 
secondary education in applied arts and 
technology in the French language are 
unable to do so due to a lack of facilities. 

B. No significant negative environmental 
impacts have been identified, in regards to 
the undertaking, through the application of 
the screening criteria for exemption orders. 

This exemption is subject to the following 
condition: 

1. This exemption shall expire on December 
31, 1990, unless the undertaking has already 
commenced. O. Reg. 312/90. 

James Bradley 
Minister of the Environment 

26/90 



EDUCATION ACT 

O. Reg. 313/90. 

District Combined Separate School Zones. 
Made— June 14th, 1990. 
Filed— June 14th, 1990. 



1. 



2. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 719/89 

MADE UNDER THE 

EDUCATION ACT 

Paragraph 1 of Schedule 12 to Ontario 
Regulation 719/89 is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted: 

. In the Territorial District of Timiskaming, 
being, 

i. the towns of Cobalt, Haileybury, 
Latchford and New Liskeard, 

ii. the Village of Thornloe, 

iii. the townships of Armstrong, Breth- 
our, Casey, Coleman, Dymond, 
Evanturel, Harley, Harris, Hilliard, 
Hudson, James and Kerns, and 

iv. the geographic townships of Barber, 
Beauchamp, Cane, Firstbrook, Hen- 
wood, Ingram, Lorrain, Marter and 
Robillard. 

Paragraph 1 of Schedule 13 to the Regu- 
lation is revoked and the following substi- 
tuted: 



914 



O. Reg. 313/90 



1 . In the Territorial District of Timiskaming, 
being, 

i. the towns of Charlton, Englehart and 
KirklandLake, 

ii. the improvement districts of Gauthi- 
er and Matachewan, 

iii. the townships of Chamberlain, Dack, 
Larder Lake and McGarry, and 

iv. the geographic townships of Boston, 
Eby, Grenfell, Lebel, Maisonville 
and Otto. 

3. Subparagraph iii of paragraph 1 of 
Schedule 14 to the Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted: 

iii. the geographic townships of Aurora, 
Blount, Brower, Calder, Clute, Col- 
quhoun, Fournier, Fox, Guibord, 
Hanna. Kennedy, Lamarche, Leitch, 
Munro. Newmarket. Ottaway, Pyne, 
St. John, Stimson and Teefy. 

4. Paragraph 2 of Schedule 15 to the Regu- 
lation is revoked and the following substi- 
tuted: 

2. Kapuskasing. 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 315/90 3713 

HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 



26/90 



EDUCATION ACT 

O. Reg. 314/90. 

Designation of School Divisions. 
Made— June 14th, 1990. 
Filed— June 14th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 720/89 

MADE UNDER THE 

EDUCATION ACT 

1. Subparagraph iii of paragraph 1 of 
Schedule 6 to Ontario Regulatran 720/89 
is revoked and the following substituted: 

iii. the geographic township» of Aurora, 
Blount, Brower, Calder, Clute, Col- 
quhoun, Fournier, Fox, Guibord, 
Hanna, Kennedy, Lamarche, Leitch, 
Munro, Newmarket, Ottaway, Pyne, 
St. John, Stimson and Teefy. 



26/90 



O. Reg. 315/90. 

General. 

Made— June 14th. 1990. 

Filed— June 14th, 1990. 



1. 



REGUXATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 452 OF 

REVISED REGUXATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

Section 50 of Regulation 452 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is revoked 
and the following substituted: 



50. — (1) Chiropodist services rendered by a chi- 
ropodist in Ontario, other than a chiropodist regis- 
tered under subsection 3 (3) or (4) of Regulation 102 
of Revised Regulations of Ontario. 1980 (General) 
made under the Chiropody Act. and pxxiiatrist ser- 
vices rendered by a pxxiiatrist outside Ontario are 
prescribed as insured services. 

(2) The amounts payable by the Plan for services 
prescribed as insured services in subsection (1) and 
rendered on or after the 1st day of February. 1989 
and before the 1st day of February, 1990 are as fol- 
lows: 

1. Initial office visit $15.75 

2. Subsequent office visit 11.10 

3. Homevisit 14.00 

4. Institution visit 7.00 

5. X-ray of foot — antero-posterior and 
lateral view 11.00 

6. X-ray of feet, including one view of 

each foot 1100 

7. ObUque or special view of foot 5.50 

(3) The amounts payable by the Plan for services 
prescribed as insured services in subsection (1) and 
rendered on or after the 1st day of February, 1990 are 
as follows: 

1. Initial office visit $16.40 

2. Subsequent office visit 11.45 

3. Homevisit 14.00 

4. Institution visit 7.00 



915 



3714 O. Reg. 315/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 318/90 



5. X-ray of foot — antero-posterior and 

lateral views $11.00 



6. Oblique or special view of foot 



5.50 



(4) The maximum amount payable by the Plan for 
the services set out in subsections (2) and (3), exclud- 
ing radiographic examinations, in respect of an 
insured person is $130 for services rendered on or 
after the 1st day of July, 1989 and before the 1st day 
of July, 1990 and $135 for services rendered on or 
after the 1st day of July, 1990 and before the 1st day 
of July, 1991. 

(5) The maximum amount payable by the Plan for 
radiographic examinations set out in subsections (2) 
and (3) in respect of an insured person is $30 for ser- 
vices rendered on or after the 1st day of July in any 
year and before the 1st day of July in the following 
year. O. Reg. 315/90, s. 1. 

26/90 



ONTARIO DRUG BENEFIT ACT, 1986 

O. Reg. 316/90. 

General. 

Made— June 14th, 1990. 

Filed— June 15th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 689/86 

MADE UNDER THE 

ONTARIO DRUG BENEFIT ACT, 1986 

1. Subsection 3 (9) of Ontario Regulation 
689/86, as remade by section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 128/89, is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted: 



(9) For the purposes of subclause 6 (2) (c) (i) of 
the Act, the amount determined under section 7 of 
the Act for the dispensing of a listed drug product for 
an eligible person is $6.44. O. Reg. 316/90, s. 1. 

2. This Regulation shall be deemed to have 
come into force on the 1st day of Decem- 
ber, 1989. 

26/90 



ONTARIO DRUG BENEFIT ACT, 1986 

O. Reg. 317/90. 

General. 

Made— June 14th, 1990. 

Filed— June 15th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 689/86 

MADE UNDER THE 

ONTARIO DRUG BENEFIT ACT, 1986 

1. Subsection 3 (9) of Ontario Regulation 
689/86, as remade by section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 316/90, is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted: 

(9) For the purposes of subclause 6 (2) (c) (i) of 
the Act, the amount determined under section 7 of 
the Act for the dispensing of a listed drug product for 
an eligible person is $6.47. O. Reg. 317/90, s. 1. 



2. 



26/90 



This Regulation shall be deemed to have 
come into force on the 1st day of June, 
1990. 



ONTARIO DRUG BENEFIT ACT, 1986 

O. Reg. 318/90. 

General. 

Made— June 14th, 1990. 

Filed— June 15th, 1990. 



1. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 689/86 

MADE UNDER THE 

ONTARIO DRUG BENEFIT ACT, 1986 

Items 33, 235, 236, 237, 238, 241, 244, 245, 269, 336, 901, 923, 947, 972, 978, 979, 1031, 
1032, 1046, 1047, 1048, 1056, 1361, 1362, 1374, 1376, 1378, 1380, 1381, 1632, 1665 and 1666 
of Part B of Schedule 1 to Ontario Regulation 689/86, as remade by section 1 of Ontario Reg- 
ulation 682/89, are revoked and the following substituted: 

916 



I 

O. Reg. 318/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3715 

I 33 Quinacrino HCl 

■ lOOmg Tab 033804 Atabrine WIN .2280 



235 Bethanechol Chloride 
Stng/mL Inj 
Sol-lmL Pk 349747 Urecholine FRS 2.5583 



236 Bethanechol Chloride .2480 

lOmg Tab . 349720 Urecholine FRS 

452998 Duvoid EAT 

237 Bethanechol Chloride .3960 

25mg Tab 349739 Urecholine FRS 

453005 Duvoid EAT 

238 Bethanechol Chloride 

50mg Tab 453013 Duvoid EAT .6410 



241 Edrophonium Chloride 
lOOmg/lOmL Inj 
Sol-lOmL Pk 013064 Tensilon HLR 10.9443 



244 Pyridostigmine Bromide 

ISOmg LA Tab 035890 Mestinon HLR .3023 



245 Pyridostigmine Bromide 

60mg Tab 013404 Mestinon HLR .1273 



269 Procyclidine HCl 

2.5mg Tab 649392 PMS-Procyclidine PMS .0252 



336 Iron Dextran 
50mg/mL Inj 
Sol-2mL Pk 009598 Imferon FIS 2.6580 



901 Edrophonium Chloride 
lOOmg/lOmL Inj 
Sol-lOmL Pk 013064 Tensilon HLR 10.9443 



917 



3716 

923 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



Calcium Gluconate 

& Calcium 
Glucoheptonate 
Eq to 19mg Elemental 

Calcium/mL 0/L 466425 



O. Reg. 318/90 



Calcium-Rougier ROG .0175 



947 Polystyrene Sodium 

Sulfonate ImEq/g Oral 

Pd-454g Pk 033197 Kayexalate 



WIN 59.9500 



972 



Probenecid 
500mg Tab 



016616 Benemid 
294926 Benuryl 



MSD 
ICN 



1607 



978 Dextromethorphan 

(as Poliatirex) 
6mg/raL 0/L 

979 *Dextromethorphan 

HBr 3rag/mL 0/L 



824283 Delsym 



436895 Koffex 
454389 Robidex 



PIS .0381 

.0090 
ROG 
ROB 



1031 Carbachol 

1.5% Oph Sol 

1032 Carbachol 

3% Oph Sol 



000655 iBopto Carbachol ALC .6200 
000663 Isopto Carbachol ALC .7466 



1046 


Atropine Sulfate 


1% 






Oph Oint-3.5g Pk 


252484 








725471 


1047 


Atropine Sulfate 








1% Oph Sol 




035017 
725498 


\ 






759929 


1048 


Atropine Sulfate 








2% Oph Sol 




759937 



1056 Phenylephrine HCl 
2.5% Oph Sol 



Atropine Sulfate ALC 
Atropine DIS 



Isopto Atropine ALC 
Atropine DIS 

Atropiaol lOB 



4.3000 



6170 



lOB 1.0500 



465763 Mydfrin 



ALC 



8400 



918 



O. Reg. 318/90 

1361 Oxytocin 5IU/mL 

Inj Sol-lmL Pk 

1362 Oxytocin lOIU/mL 

Inj Sol-lmL Pk 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

282316 Syntocinon-5 
035998 Syntocinon-10 



3717 



SAN .6490 



SAN ,7950 



1374 Clotrimazole 

500mg & 1% Tab & Cr 759457 



Caneaten 
1-Combi Pak 



MIT 12.7900 



1376 Clotrimazole 
10% Vag Cr 



731307 Canesten 



MIT 2.5580 



1378 Clotrimazole 

20mg/g Vag Cr-App 576492 Canesten 3 



MIT .5360 



1380 Clotrimazole 

200mg Vag Tab 

1381 Clotrimazole 

500mg Vag Tab 



567388 Canesten 3 



629243 Caneaten 1 



MIT 4.4666 



MIT 12.7900 



1632 Dihydrotachysterol 
0.125mg Cap 



033057 Hytakerol 



WIN .7848 



1665 


Phenazopyridine HCl 










lOOmg Tab 


271489 


Phenazo 


ICN 






476714 


Pyridium 


PDA 


1666 


Phenazopyridine HCl 










200mg Tab 


454583 


Phenazo 


ICN 






476722 


Pyridium 


PDA 



1079 



1495 



2. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come into force on the 1st day of January, 1990. 



26/90 



919 



3718 O. Reg. 319/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 320/90 

ONTARIO DRUG BENEFIT ACT, 1986 



O. Reg. 319/90. 

General. 

Made— June 14th, 1990. 

Filed— June 15th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 689/86 

MADE UNDER THE 

ONTARIO DRUG BENEFIT ACT, 1986 

1. Item 19 of Part B of Schedule 1 to Ontario Regulation 689/86, as remade by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 682/89, is revoked and the following substituted: 

19 Lxjratadine 

lOmgTab 782696 Claritin SCH .8410 



26/90 



PRESCRIPTION DRUG COST REGULATION ACT, 1986 

O. Reg. 320/90. 

General. 

Made— June 14th, 1990. 

Filed— June 15th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 690/86 

MADE UNDER THE 

PRESCRIPTION DRUG COST REGULATION ACT, 1986 

1. Items 66 to 68, 132, 163, 176, 178, 188, 190 to 192, 232, 244, 245, 252, 265, 293, 294, 299 to 
302, 320, 325, 326, 331, 348 to 352, 396, 406, 473, 476, 477, 483, 487, 488, 494 to 502, 551 to 
554, 560 to 562, 577, 588, 590, 593, 698, 721, 739, 747, 809 to 811, 834, 857, 858, 873, 879, 
880, 905, 1025 to 1030, 1042, 1060, 1062, 1064, 1065, 1072, 1079 to 1082, 1100 to 1102, 1142 
to 1144, 1175, 1197, 1285 to 1288, 1313, 1330, 1332, 1333, 1342, 1343, 1434, 1464, 1543 to 
1546, 1549 to 1559, 1562, 1563, 1566 to 1570, 1574 to 1576, 1579 to 1587, 1589 to 1593, 1595, 
1599 to 1603, 1606 to 1610, 1619 to 1632, 1634 to 1642, 1645 to 1649, 1652 to 1658, 1660 to 
1671, 1673 to 1680, 1683 to 1687, 1693 to 1695, 1697 to 1700, 1702 to 1708, 1710 to 1720, 
1758, 1759, 1801, 1802, 1874, 1875, 1882, 1885, 1888, 1896, 1914, 1915, 1917 to 1922, 1943, 
1944, 1984 to 1986, 2008, 2009, 2020, 2021, 2030, 2031, 2082, 2083, 2087, 2149, 2221, 2222, 
2226, 2227, 2242 to 2247, 2270, 2271, 2283, 2284, 2307, 2330 to 2333, 2347, 2376, 2377, 
2382, 2401 to 2403, 2414 to 2416, 2475, 2478 and 2510 of Part B of Schedule 2 to Ontario 
Regulation 690/86, as remade by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 683/89, are revoked and the 
following substituted: 

66 Amitriptyline lOmg Tab 

67 Amitriptyline 25mg Tab 

68 Amitriptyline 50mg Tab 



920 



DTC 


377872 


.0052 


DTC 


377880 


.0069 


DTC 


377899 


.0148 



O. Reg. 320/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3719 

132 Apo-Benztropine 2mg Tab APX 426857 .0091 



163 Apo-Dimenhydrinate 50mg Tab APX 363766 .0076 



176 Apo- Folic 5mg Tab 



APX 426849 .0067 



178 Apo-Furosemide 40mg Tab 



APX 362166 .0085 



188 Apo-Hydro 25 25mg Tab 



APX 326844 .0053 



190 Apo-Hydroxyzine lOmg Cap 

191 Apo-Hydroxyzine 25mg Cap 

192 Apo-Hydroxyzine 50mg Cap 



APX 


646059 


.0333 


APX 


646024 


.0542 


APX 


646016 


.0755 



232 Apo-Nitrofurantoin lOOmg Tab APX 312738 .0202 



244 Apo-Perphenazine 8mg Tab 

245 Apo-Perphenazine 16mg Tab 



APX 
APX 



335118 
335096 



.0191 
.0275 



2 52 Apo-Prednisone Img Tah 



APX 598194 .0997 



265 



293 
294 



Apo-Quinidine Sulfate 
200ing Tab 



Apo-Trif luoperazine Img Tab 
Apo-Trif luoperazine 2ing Taib 



APX 


441470 


.0627 


APX 


345539 


.0057 


APX 


312754 


.0063 



299 Apo-Trimip 12.5mg Tab 

300 Apo-Trimip 25mg Tab 



921 



APX 

KPX 



740799 
740802 



.1315 
.1667 



3720 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 320/90 



301 Apo-Trimip 50mg Tab 

302 Apo-Trimip lOOmg Tab 



APX 
APX 



740810 
740829 



.3211 
.5840 



320 



ASA 32 5mg Tab 



DTC 



092754 5.5500 



325 Ascorbic Acid 250ing Tab 

326 Ascorbic Acid 500mg Tab 



DTC 094641 2.8000 
DTC 094668 4.3500 



331 



Atabrine lOOmg Tab 



WIN 



033804 .2280 



348 Atropine 1% Oph Oint 

-3.5g Pk 

349 Atropine 1% Oph Sol 

350 Atropine Sulfate 1% 

Oph Oint-3.5g Pk 

351 Atropisol 1% Oph Sol 

352 Atropisol 2% Oph Sol 



DIS 


725471 


4 


.3300 


DIS 


725498 




.6170 


ALC 


252484 


4 


3000 


lOB 


759929 




7100 


lOB 


759937 


1 


0500 



396 



Benemid 500mg Tab 



MSD 



016616 



2040 



406 



Benuryl 500mg Tab 



ICN 



294925 



1607 



473 Calcium Eq to 500mg 

Elemental Calcium Tab 



SDR 



540360 



.0235 



476 Calcium Gluconate Eq to 60mg 

Elemental Calcium Tab DTC 094773 3.8000 

477 Calcium Gluconate Eq to 60mg 

Elemental Calcium Tab NOP 441473 3.8000 



483 Calcium-Rougier Eq to 19mg 
Elemental Calcium/mL O/L 



HOG 



466425 



.0175 



922 



O. Reg. 320/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3721 



487 Calcium-250 Eq to 250mg 
Elemental Calcium Tab 



NOP 



645958 



0183 



488 Calcium-500 Eq to 500mg 
Elemental Calcium Tab 



NOP 



645923 



0235 



494 


Canesten 


495 


Canesten 


496 


Canesten 


497 


Canesten 


498 


Canesten 


499 


Canesten 


500 


Canesten 




1% Tab 


501 


Canesten 


502 


Canesten 



lOmg/g Cr 
lOmg/mL Top Sol 
10% Vag Cr 
lOmg/g Vag Cr-App 
lOOmg Vag Tab 

1 500mg Vag Tab 
1-Combi Pak 500mg & 
& Cr 

3 20mg/g Vag Cr-App 
3 200mg Vag Tab 



MIT 


513903 




.1622 


MIT 


513911 




.3441 


MIT 


731307 


2 


.5580 


MIT 


513938 




.2405 


MIT 


513946 


2 


.0037 


MIT 


629243 


12, 


.7900 


MIT 


759457 


12, 


.7900 


MIT 


576492 




.5360 


MIT 


567388 


4, 


.4666 



551 Chloral Hydrate 500mg Cap 

552 Chlordiazepoxide 5mg Cap 



DTC 
DTC 



092886 
398403 



0317 
0108 



553 Chlordiazepoxide lOmg Cap 

554 Chlordiazepoxide 25mg Cap 



DTC 
DTC 



398411 
398438 



.0129 
.0169 



560 Chlorpropamide 250mg Tab 

561 Chlorthalidone 50mg Tab 

562 Chlorthalidone lOOmg Tab 



DTC 
DTC 
DTC 



377937 
398365 
398373 



.0400 
.0231 
.0380 



577 



Claritin lOmg Tab 



SCH 



782696 



.8410 



588 



Codeine 5mg/mL 0/L 



DTC 



093114 



0180 



590 



Codeine 15mg Tab 



DTC 



093122 



.0509 



923 



3722 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 320/90 

593 Codeine 30mg Tab DTC 093130 .0730 



698 Delsym 6ing/mL 0/L 



FIS 824283 .0381 



721 Dertnoxyl 10% Gel 



ICN 



372706 



1320 



739 Diabeta 5rog Tab 



HOE 



012599 



1720 



747 Diazepam lOmg Tab 



DTC 



466891 



0061 



809 Duvoid lOtng Tab 

810 Duvoid 25tng Tab 

811 Duvoid 50mg Tab 



EAT 


452998 


.2480 


EAT 


453005 


.3960 


EAT 


453013 


.6410 



834 EES-600 600mg Tab 



857 Endocet 5rog & 325mg Tah 

858 Endodan 5tDg & 32 5mg Téib 



ABB 


583782 


.4065 


END 


574384 


.1474 


END 


574392 


.1785 



87 3 ERYC 250mg Ent Pel Cap 



PDA 



607142 



.2704 



879 Erythrocin 500mg Tab 

880 Erythromid 250mg Tah 



ABB 
ABB 



266515 
244635 



.4865 
.0520 



905 X Ferrous Gluconate 300mg Tab 



DTC 



094714 2.8000 



1025 Haloperidol 2mg/mL O/L 

1026 Haloperidol 0.5mg Tab 

1027 Haloperidol Img Tab 



KNR 


749400 


.1300 


KNR 


749419 


.0451 


KNR 


749427 


.0731 



924 



O. Reg. 320/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



1028 Haloperidol 2mg Tab 

1029 Haloperidol 5mg Tab 

1030 Haloperidol lOmg Tab 



3723 



KNR 


749435 


.1318 


KNR 


749443 


.1894 


KNR 


749451 


.3080 



1042 



Hexavitaroins Tab 



NOP 



269034 



4.2500 



1060 



Hydrocortisone 0.5% Cr 



DTC 



551953 



.0156 



1062 Hydrocortisone 1% Cr 



DTC 



551945 



.0188 



1064 Hydrocortisone 0.5% Oint 

1065 Hydrocortisone 1% Oint 



DTC 
DTC 



093637 
093645 



0176 
0197 



1072 Hytakerol 0.125rng Cap 



WIN 



033057 



7848 



1079 Ibuprofen 200tng Tab 

1080 Ibuprofen 300mg Tab 

1081 Ibuprofen 400mg Tab 

1082 Ibuprofen 600mg Tab 



KNR 


606197 


.0395 


KNR 


606200 


.0493 


KNR 


606219 


.0640 


KNR 


606227 


.0816 



1100 Imferon 50mg/raL Inj 

Sol-2mL Pk 

1101 Imipramine lOmg Tab 

1102 Imipramine 25mg Tab 



FIS 


009598 


2.6580 


DTC 


377902 


.0052 


DTC 


377910 


.0094 



1142 Isopto Atropine 1% Oph Sol 

1143 iBopto Carbachol 1.5% Oph Sol 

1144 Isopto Carbachol 3% Oph Sol 



ALC 


035017 


.6500 


ALC 


000655 


.6200 


ALC 


000663 


.7466 



925 



3724 

1175 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



Kayexalate ImEq/g Oral 
Pd-454gPk 



WIN 



O. Reg. 320/90 



033197 59.9500 



1197 Koffex 3mg/mL O/L 



ROG 



436895 .0090 



1285 M.O.S. Img/mL O/L 

1286 M.O.S. 5mg/mL O/L 

1287 M.O.S. lOmg/mL O/L 

1288 M.O.S. 20mg/mL O/L 



ICN 


486582 


.0212 


ICN 


514217 


.0825 


ICN 


632503 


.1950 


ICN 


632481 


.5140 



1313 Mazepine 200mg Tab 



ICN 



504742 



0879 



1330 Meprobamate 400mg Tab 



DTC 



092738 



0180 



1332 Mestinon 180mg LA Tab 

1333 Mestinon 60mg Tab 



HLR 
HLR 



035890 
013404 



3023 
1273 



1342 Methyldopa 125mg Tab 

1343 Methyldopa 250mg Tab 



DTC 
DTC 



456012 
456004 



0343 
0580 



1434 Mydfrin 2.5% Oph Sol 



ALC 



465763 



8400 



1464 



1543 
1544 
1545 
1546 



Natural Source Laxative 
Oral Pd 



Noveunoxin 250tng Cap 
Novajnoxin 500mg Cap 
Novamoxin 25ing/mL O/L 
Novaunoxin 50mg/mL O/L 



LEA 


628875 


5.0500 


NOP 


406724 


.0990 


NOP 


406716 


.1928 


NOP 


452149 


.0200 


NOP 


452130 


.0295 



1549 Novo-Ampicillin 250mg Cap 

1550 Novo-Ampicillin 500ing Cap 



NOP 
NOP 



020877 
020885 



.0785 
.1523 



926 



O. Reg. 


320/90 


1551 


Novo 


1552 


Novo 


1553 


Novo 


1554 


Novo 


1555 


Novo 


1556 


Novo 


1557 


Novo 


1558 


Novo 


1559 


Novo 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3725 



-Ampicillin 25mg/tnL 0/L 
-Ampicillin 50tng/mL O/L 
-Butamide 500mg Tab 
-Butazone lOOmg Tab 
-C lOOmg Tab 
-C 250ing Tab 
-C 500rog Tab 
-C lOOOmg Tab 
-Carbamaz 200tng Tab 



NOP 


021121 




.0160 


NOP 


021148 




.0250 


NOP 


021849 




.0223 


NOP 


021660 




.0110 


NOP 


021970 


1 


.7000 


NOP 


021237 


2 


.8000 


NOP 


021997 


4 


.3500 


NOP 


535907 


9 


.7500 


NOP 


782718 




.0879 



1562 Novo-Chlorpromaztne lOmg Tab NOP 232157 .0084 

1563 Novo-Chlorpromazine 25mg Tab NOP 232823 .0097 



1566 Novo-Cimetine 200mg Tab 

1567 Novo-Cimetine 300mg Tab 

1568 Novo-Cimetine 400mg Tab 

1569 Novo-Cimetine 600mg Tab 

1570 Novo-Cimetine 800mg Tab 



NOP 
NOP 
NOP 
NOP 
NOP 



582409 
582417 
603678 
603686 
663727 



0782 
0918 
1442 
1836 
2684 



1574 Novo-Cloxin 250mg Cap 

1575 Novo-Cloxin 500mg Cap 

1576 Novo-Cloxin 25mg/mL O/L 



NOP 
NOP 
NOP 



337765 
337773 
337757 



0952 
1866 
0230 



1579 Novo-Dimenate 50mg Tab 

1580 Novo-Dipam 2mg Tab 

1581 Novo-Dipam 5mg Tab 

1582 Novo-Dipam lOmg Tab 

1583 Novo-Doparil-15 250mg & 

ISrog Tab 

1584 Novo-Doparil-25 250mg & 

25mg Tab 

1585 Novo-Ferrogluc 300mg Tah 

1586 Novo-FerroBulfa 300mg Ent Tab 

1587 Novo-Pibrate 500mg Cap 



NOP 
NOP 
NOP 
NOP 

NOP 



021423 
272434 
272442 
272450 

363642 



.0076 
.0048 
.0053 
.0061 

.0681 



NOP 


363634 


.0704 


NOP 


021458 


2.8000 


NOP 


232998 


3.3000 


NOP 


337382 


.0453 



1589 Novo-Flupam 15mg Cap 

1590 Novo-Flupam 30mg Cap 

1591 Novo-Flurazine Img Tab 



NOP 


496545 


.0353 


NOP 


496553 


.0402 


NOP 


021857 


.0057 



927 



3726 

1592 
1593 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



Novo-Flurazine 2mg Tab 
Novo-Flurazine 5mg Tab 



riE 


O. Reg. 320/90 


NOP 


021865 .0063 


NOP 


021873 .0090 



1595 Novo-Folacid Smg Tab 



NOP 



021466 



0067 



1599 Novo-Furan lOOtog Tab 

1600 Novo-Gesic 32 Smg Tab 

1601 Novo-Gesic C-15 IStng Tab 

1602 Novo-Gesic C-30 30mg Tab 

1603 Novo-Gesic Forte SOOrag Tab 



NOP 


021571 


.0202 


NOP 


389218 


.0125 


NOP 


687200 


.0326 


NOP 


687219 


.0354 


NOP 


482323 


.0163 



1606 Novo-Hydrazide 25mg Tab 

1607 Novo-Hydrazide 50mg Tab 

1608 Novo-Hydroxyzin lOmg Cap 

1609 Novo-Hydroxyzin 25mg Cap 

1610 Novo-Hydroxyzin 50mg Cap 



NOP 


021474 


.0053 


NOP 


021482 


.0063 


NOP 


738824 


.0333 


NOP 


738832 


.0542 


NOP 


738840 


.0755 



1619 Novo-Lexin 500mg Tab 

1620 Novo-Lorazein 0.5rog Tab 

1621 Novo-Lorazem Img Taib 

1622 Novo-Lorazem 2mg Tab 

1623 Novo-Medopa 125mg Tab 

1624 Novo-Medopa 250rog Tab 

1625 Novo-Medopa 500mg Tab 

1626 Novo-Mepro 400mg Tab 

1627 Novo-Methacin 25mg Cap 

1628 Novo-Methacin 50ing Cap 

1629 Novo-Metoprol BOmg TaJD 

1630 Novo-Metoprol lOOrog Tab 

1631 Novo-Metoprol (Uncoated) 

SOmg Tab 

1632 Novo-Metoprol (Uncoated) 

lOOmg Tab 



NOP 


583421 


.3259 


NOP 


711101 


.0448 


NOP 


637742 


.0507 


NOP 


637750 


.0825 


NOP 


337463 


.0343 


NOP 


337471 


.0580 


NOP 


337498 


.1107 


NOP 


021547 


.0180 


NOP 


337420 


.1033 


NOP 


337439 


.1790 


NOP 


648035 


.1176 


NOP 


648043 


.2133 


NOP 


842648 


.1176 


NOP 


842656 


.2133 



1634 Novo-Naprox 125rog Tab 

1635 Novo-Naprox 250iDg Tab 

1636 Novo-Naprox 375ing Tab 

1637 Novo-Naprox 500tng Tab 



NOP 


565369 


.0640 


NOP 


565350 


.1300 


NOP 


627097 


.1780 


NOP 


589861 


.2580 



928 



O. Reg. 320/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3727 



1638 


Novo-Niacin 50mg Tab 


NOP 


274496 


.0110 


1639 


Novo-Nidazol 250mg Tab 


NOP 


021555 


.0280 


1640 


Novo-Nifodin lOmg Cap 


NOP 


756830 


.3256 


1641 


Novo-Pen-VK-500 60mg/mL O/L 


NOP 


391603 


.0314 


1642 


Novo-Pen-VK-300 300mg TêO? 


NOP 


021202 


.0381 


1645 


Novo-Peridol 0.5mg Tab 


NOP 


363685 


.0451 


1646 


Novo-Peridol Img Tab 


NOP 


363677 


.0731 


1647 


Novo-Peridol 2n>g Tab 


NOP 


363669 


.1318 


1648 


Novo-Peridol 5mg Tab 


NOP 


363650 


.1894 


1649 


Novo-Peridol lOtng Tab 


NOP 


713449 


.3080 


1652 


Novo-Pirocam lOmg Cap 


NOP 


695718 


.4145 


1653 


Novo-Pirocam 20mg Cap 


NOP 


695696 


.7156 


1654 


Novo-Poxide 5mg Cap 


NOP 


020915 


.0108 


1655 


Novo-Poxide lOrog Cap 


NOP 


020923 


.0129 


1656 


Novo-Poxide 25rog Cap 


NOP 


020931 


.0169 


1657 


Novo-Pramine lOmg Tab 


NOP 


021504 


.0052 


1658 


Novo-Pramine 2 5nig Tab 


NOP 


021512 


.0094 


1660 


Novo-Pranol lOrog Tab 


NOP 


496480 


.0193 


1661 


Novo-Pranol 20n>g Tab 


NOP 


740675 


.0350 


1662 


Novo-Pranol 40rog Tab 


NOP 


496499 


.0349 


1663 


Novo-Pranol 80ing Tab 


NOP 


496502 


.0588 


1664 


Novo-Pranol 120mg Tab 


NOP 


549657 


.1120 


1665 


Novo-Prednisone 5mg Tab 


NOP 


021695 


.0098 


1666 


Novo-Prednisone 50mg Tab 


NOP 


232378 


.0965 


1667 


Novo-Profen 200mg Tab 


NOP 


629324 


.0395 


1668 


Novo-Profen 300tng Tab 


NOP 


629332 


.0493 


1669 


Novo-Profen 400mg Tab 


NOP 


629340 


.0640 


1670 


Novo-Profen 600mg Tab 


NOP 


629359 


.0816 


1671 


Novo-Propamide 250ing Tab 


NOP 


021350 


.0400 


1673 


Novo-Purol lOOmg Tab 


NOP 


364282 


.0170 


1674 


Novo-Purol 200iDg Tab 


NOP 


565342 


.0336 


1675 


Novo-Purol 300rog Tah 


NOP 


363693 


.0414 


1676 


Novo-Pyrazone lOOmg Tab 


NOP 


475068 


.0379 


1677 


Novo-Pyrazone 200mg Tab 


NOP 


475076 


.0632 


1678 


Novo-Quinidin 200mg Tab 


NOP 


021733 


.0627 


1679 


Novo-Quinine 200ing Cap 


NOP 


021008 


.0961 


1680 


Novo-Quinine 300ing Cap 


NOP 


021016 


.1514 



929 



3728 

1683 
1684 
1685 
1686 
1687 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



Novo-Reeerpine 0.25mg Tab 
Novo-Ridazina lOtng Tah 
Novo-Ridazine 25mg Tab 
Novo-Ridazine BOmg Tab 
Novo-Ridazine lOOmg Tab 



ITE 


O. 


Reg. 320/90 


NOP 


021784 


.0105 


NOP 


037508 


.0137 


NOP 


037494 


.0257 


NOP 


037486 


.0465 


NOP 


037478 


.0932 



1693 Novo-Rythro Stéarate 

250ing Tab 

1694 Novo-Salmol 2tng Tab 

1695 Novo-Salmol 4mg Tab 



NOP 


391581 


NOP 


620955 


NOP 


620963 



0832 
0650 
1075 



1697 Novo-Semide 20mg Tab 

1698 Novo-Semide 40mg Tab 

1699 Novo-Sorbide lOrog Tab 

1700 Novo-Sorbide 30mg Tab 



NOP 


337730 


NOP 


337749 


NOP 


458686 


NOP 


458694 



0056 
0085 
0188 
0403 



1702 Novo-Spiroton 25mg Tab 

1703 Novo-Spiroton lOOmg Tab 

1704 Novo-Spiroton-25 25mg & 

25mg Tab 

1705 Novo-Spirozine-50 50mg & 

50mg Taib 

1706 Novo-Sundac 150mg Tab 

1707 Novo-Sundac 200mg Tab 

1708 Novo-Tetra 250mg Cap 



NOP 


613215 


.0816 


NOP 


613223 


.2500 


NOP 


613231 


.1014 


NOP 


657182 


.2620 


NOP 


745588 


.3860 


NOP 


745596 


.4888 


NOP 


021059 


.0195 



1710 Novo-Thalidone 50mg Tab 

1711 Novo-Thalidone lOOmg Tab 

1712 Novo-Triamzide 25mg & 50mg Tab 

1713 Novo-Trimel 40mg & 8mg/mL O/L 

1714 Novo-Trimel 400mg & 80mg Tab 

1715 Novo-Trimel DS 800mg & 160mg 

Tab 

1716 Novo-Triphyl lOOmg Tab 

1717 Novo-Triphyl 200mg Tab 

1718 Novo-Triphyl 300mg Tab 

1719 Novo-Triptyn lOmg Taib 

1720 Novo-Triptyn 25mg Tab 



NOP 


337447 


.0231 


NOP 


337455 


.0380 


NOP 


532657 


.0494 


NOP 


726540 


.0220 


NOP 


510637 


.0791 


NOP 


510645 


.1498 


NOP 


458708 


.0204 


NOP 


458716 


.0235 


NOP 


565377 


.0305 


NOP 


037400 


.0052 


NOP 


037419 


.0069 



930 



O. Reg. 320/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3729 



1758 Ophtho-Sulf 10% Oph Sol 

1759 Ophtho-Tate 1% Oph Sol 



KNR 
KNR 



707465 
700401 



0784 
7750 



1801 Oxazepam lOmg TaJs 

1802 Oxazepam 15mg Tab 



DTC 
DTC 



483893 
483915 



0091 
0095 



1874 Phenazo lOOrog Tab 

1875 Phenazo 200rog Tab 



ICN 
ICN 



271489 
454583 



1079 
1495 



1882 Phénobarbital 15mg Tab 



DTC 



093505 



0052 



1885 Phénobarbital 30mg Tab 



DTC 



093521 



0057 



1888 Phénobarbital 60mg Tab 



DTC 



093556 



0130 



1896 Phenylbutazone lOOmg Tah 



DTC 



093041 



0110 



1914 PMS-Procyclidine 2.5mg Tab 

1915 PMS-Procyclidine 5mg Tab 



PMS 
PMS 



649392 
587354 



0252 
0262 



1917 PMS-Propranolol lOmg Tab 

1918 PMS-Propranolol 40mg Tab 

1919 PMS-Propranolol 80mg Tab 

1920 PMS-Propranolol 120mg Tab 

1921 PMS-Sulfasalazine 500mg Tab 

1922 PMS-Sulfasalazine-E.C. 

500mg Ent Tab 



PMS 


582255 


.0193 


PMS 


582263 


.0349 


PMS 


582271 


.0588 


PMS 


582298 


.1120 


PMS 


598461 


.0954 



PMS 



598488 



1313 



931 



3730 

1943 
1944 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



Prednisone 5mg Tab 
Prednisone 5mg Tab 



[TE 


O. Reg. 320/90 


DTC 


093629 .0098 


KNR 


610623 .0098 



1984 Propranolol lOtng Tab 

1985 Propranolol 40mg Tab 

1986 Propranolol 80tng Tab 



DTC 


523402 


.0193 


DTC 


523399 


.0349 


DTC 


523380 


.0588 



2008 Pyridium lOOmg Tab 

2009 Pyridium 200mg Tab 



PDA 
PDA 



476714 
476722 



1079 
1495 



2020 Quinine 300mg Tab 

2021 Quinine Sulfate 200mg Cap 



DTC 
DTC 



093750 
093742 



1514 
0961 



2030 Reglan 5mg Tab 

2031 Reglan lOmg Tab 



ROB 
ROB 



631671 
386014 



,0558 
0586 



2082 Rythmodan lOOmg Cap 

2083 Rythmodan 150mg Cap 



ROU 
ROU 



382876 
439363 



,1953 
2763 



2087 S.A.S. Enteric 500 
500mg Ent Tab 



ICN 



445126 



.1313 



2149 Sodium Bicarbonate 300mg Tab 



DTC 



093068 



3.2500 



2221 Sulfamethoxazole & Trimethoprim 

400mg & 80mg Tab DTC 516759 .0791 

2222 Sulf2m»ethoxazole & Trimethoprim 

DS 800mg & 160mg Tab DTC 516767 .1498 



932 



O. Reg. 320/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3731 



2226 Sulf inpyrazine lOOmg Tab 

2227 Sulfinpyrazone 200mg Tab 



DTC 
DTC 



481955 
481947 



0379 
0632 



2242 Syn-Nadolol 40mg Tab 

2243 Syn-Nadolol SOmg Tab 

2244 Syn-Nadolol 160tng Tab 

2245 Syn-Pindolol 5mg Tab 

2246 Syn-Pindolol lOmg Tab 

2247 Syn-Pindolol ISmg Taib 



SYP 


851663 


.3255 


SYP 


851671 


.4414 


SYP 


851698 


.8280 


SYP 


818615 


.2743 


SYP 


818593 


.4738 


SYP 


818607 


.6955 



2270 

2271 



2283 
2284 



Syntocinon-10 lOIU/mL 
Inj Sol-lmL Pk 

Syntocinon-5 5IU/mL 
Inj Sol-lmL Pk 



Tamofen lOmg Tab 
Tamo fen 20ing Tab 



SAN 


035998 


.7950 


SAN 


282316 


.6490 


RPP 


657360 


.6740 


RPP 


657379 


1.2260 



2307 Tensilon lOOmg/mL 
Inj Sol-lOmL Pk 



HLR 



013064 



10.9443 



2330 Thioridazine lOmg Tab 

2331 Thioridazine 25mg Tab 

2332 Thioridazine 50nig Tab 

2333 Thioridazine lOOmg Tab 



DTC 


456063 


.0137 


DTC 


456071 


.0257 


DTC 


456098 


.0465 


DTC 


456101 


.0932 



2347 Tolbutamide 500mg Tab 



DTC 



093033 



0223 



2376 Triazolam 0.125mg Tab 

2377 Triazolam 0.25mg Tab 



KNR 
KNR 



614351 
614378 



.1018 
.1260 



2382 Trifluoperazine 5mg Tab 



DTC 



249084 



.0090 



933 



3732 O. Reg. 320/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

2401 Tylenol No. 2 15tng Tab MCN 

2402 Tylenol No. 3 30mg Tab MCN 

2403 Tylenol No. 4 300mg & 60mg Tab MCN 



O. Reg. 321/90 

425370 .0326 
425389 .0354 
396516 .1650 



2414 Urecholine 5mg/mL Inj 

Sol-lmL Pk 

2415 Urecholine lOmg Tab 

2416 Urecholine 25mg Tab 



FRS 
FRS 
FRS 



349747 
349720 
349739 



2.6583 
.3792 
.5700 



2475 Vitamin Bl-ICN SOmg Tab 



ICN 



268631 



0217 



2478 Vitaxnin B6-ICN 25mg Tab 



ICN 



268607 



0195 



2510 Zinc Oxide 15% Oint 



DTC 



093661 



.0126 



26/90 



ONTARIO DRUG BENEFIT ACT, 1986 

O. Reg. 321/90. 

General. 

Made— June 14th, 1990. 

Filed— June 15th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 
ONTARIO REGULATION 689/86 
MADE UNDER THE 
ONTARIO DRUG BENEFIT ACT, 1986 

1. Schedule 1 to Ontario Regulation 689/86, as remade by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
682/89 and amended by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 318/90 and section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 319/90, is revoked and the following substituted: 



Schedule 1 
PART A 

10 per cent 



934 



O. Reg. 321/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

PART B 
COLUMN 1 COLUMN 2 

Item 04:00 Antihistaminics 



COLUMN 3 



3733 



1 Astemizole 

2mg/mL 0/L 

2 Astemizole 

lOmg Tab 

3 Azatadine Maleate 

Img Tab 

4 Brompheniramine Maleate 

0.4mg/mL 0/L 

5 Brompheniramine Maleate 

4mg Tab 

6 Chlorpheniramine Maleate 

lOmg/mL Inj Sol-lmL Pk 

7 Chlorpheniramine Maleate 

0.5mg/mL 0/L 

8 * Chlorpheniramine Maleate 

4mg Tab 

9 Clemastine 

Img Tab 

10 Cyproheptadine HCl 

0.4mg/mL 0/L 

11 * Cyproheptadine HCl 

4mg Tab 

12 Dexchlorpheniramine Maleate 

0.4mg/mL 0/L 

13 Dexchlorpheniramine Maleate 

2mg Tab 

14 * Diphenhydramine HCl 

25mg Cap 



15 * Diphenhydramine HCl 
50mg Cap 



16 Diphenhydramine HCl 

50mg/mL Inj Sol-lmL Pk 

17 Diphenhydramine HCl 

2.5mg/mL 0/L 

18 Loratadine 

lOmg Tab 

19 Promethazine HCl 

50mg/2mL Inj Sol-2mL Pk 



00610070 Hismanal 
00610089 Hismanal 
00355666 Optimine 
00026395 Dimetane 
00026484 Dimetane 
00027995 Chlor-Tripolon 
00028134 Chlor-Tripolon 
00021288 Novo-Pheniram 
00349046 Tavist 
00016314 Periactin 
00016454 Periactin 
00225533 Polaramine 
00028207 Polaramine 



00022756 Benadryl 
00370517 Allerdryl 



00022764 Benadryl 
00271411 Allerdryl 



00023205 Benadryl 
00022918 Benadryl 
00782696 Claritin 
00025046 Phenergan 



JAN 


.2697 


JAN 


.7469 


SCH 


.2450 


ROB 


.0202 


ROB 


.0850 


SCH 


2.5969 



SCH 



NOP 



PDA 



SCH 



,0379 



,0111 



ANC 


.2574 


HSD 


.0382 


HSD 


.1626 


SCH 


.0329 


SCH 


.1238 


PDA 
ICN 


.0882 


PDA 
ICN 


.1167 



PDA 3.1213 



.0312 
.8410 



RPP 1.2677 



935 



3734 



Item 04:00 Antihistaminics 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 321/90 



20 Promethazine HCl 

2mg/mL 0/L 

21 Promethazine HCl 

lOmg Tab 

22 Promethazine HCl 

25mg Tab 

23 Terfenadine 

6mg/mL Susp 

24 Terfenadine 

60mg Tab 

25 Trimeprazine Tartrate 

2.5mg Tab 

26 Trimeprazine Tartrate 

5mg Tab 

27 Tripelennamine HCl 

50mg Tab 



00025429 Phenergan RPP 

00583979 PMS-Promethazine PMS 



00025712 Phenergan 
00213896 Phenergan 
00614394 Seldane 
00590908 Seldane 
00025771 Panectyl 
00025798 Panectyl 
00623504 Pyribenzamine 



RPP 



.0195 



.0905 



RPP .1136 



MER . 0600 



MER 



RPP 



RPP 



CGS 



.3421 
,1880 
.2228 
.1325 



936 



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Item 08:00 Anti-Infective Agents 



3735 



OBtOSiOO Anthelmintics 

28 Mebendazole 

lOOmg Tab 

29 Piperazine Adipate 

Gran-2g Pk 

30 Piperazine Adipate 

120Bg/inL 0/L 

31 PyrviniuB Pamoate 

lOmg/nL 0/L 

32 Quinacrine HCl 

lOOmg Tab 

08;12;04 Antibiotics Antifungals 

33 Amphotericin B 

Inj Pd-50mg Pk 

34 Flucytosine 

500mg Cap 

35 Griseofulvin 

125mg Tab 



00556734 Vermox 
00002739 Entacyl 
00003131 Entacyl 
00023477 Vanquin 
00033804 Atabrine 



JAN 2.5775 

GLA .7230 

GLA .0578 

PDA .1457 

WIN . 2280 



00029149 Fungizone 


SOU 


32.5500 


00384895 Ancotil 


BLR 


1.0605 


00012246 Grisovin FP 


GLA 


.1452 


00028266 Fulvicin U/F 


SCH 


.1361 



36 Griseofulvin 

165mg Tab 

37 Griseofulvin 

250mg Tab 



38 Griseofulvin 

330mg Tab 

39 Griseofulvin 

500mg Tab 



40 Ketoconazole 

20mg/mL 0/L 

41 Ketoconazole 

200mg Tab 

42 Nystatin 

lOOOOOU/mL 0/L 



43 Nystatin 

500000U Tab 



00513229 Fulvicin P/G 



00012254 Grisovin FP 
00028274 Fulvicin U/F 



00513237 Fulvicin P/G 



00012262 Grisovin FP 
00028282 Fulvicin U/F 



00788813 Nizoral 



SCH 



GLA 
SCH 



SCH 



GLA 
SCH 



JAN 



,2108 



,2655 
,2341 



.3564 



.4509 
.3963 



.1900 



00633836 Nizoral 


JAN 


1.7180 
.0595 


00014850 Nilstat 


LED 




00248169 Mycostatin 


SOU 




00282219 Nadostine 


NDA 


.0748 


00014974 Nilstat 


LED 




00029416 Mycostatin 


SOU 




00270113 Nadostine 


NDA 





937 



3736 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 08:00 Anti-Infective Agents 



O. Reg. 





08:12:12 Antibiotics Erythromycins 








44 


Erythromycin Base 
250mg Ent Pel Cap 


00607142 
00726672 


ERYC PDA 
Apo-Erythro E-C APX 


.2704 


45 


Erythromycin Base 
250mg Tab 


00030899 
00244635 
00640263 
00682020 


E-Mycin UPJ 
Erythromid ABB 
Erythromycin KNR 
Apo-Erythro APX 


.0530 


46 


Erythromycin Estolate 
250mg Cap 


00015202 
00020966 


Ilosone LIL 
Novo-Rythro Estolate NOP 


.1142 


47 


Erythromycin Estolate 
25mg/mL 0/L 


00015474 
00021172 


Ilosone LIL 
Novo-Rythro Estolate NOP 


.0238 


48 


Erythromycin Estolate 
50mg/mL 0/L 


00210641 
00262595 


Ilosone LIL 
Novo-Rythro Estolate NOP 


.0480 


49 


Erythromycin Estolate 
500mg Tab 


00244384 


Ilosone LIL 


.8008 


50 


Erythromycin Ethylsuccinate 
40mg/mL 0/L 


00000299 


EES-200 ABB 


.0620 



51 Erythromycin Ethylsuccinate 
80mg/mL 0/L 



52 Erythromycin Ethylsuccinate 
600mg Tab 



53 Erythromycin Ethylsuccinate & 

Sulf isoxazole Acetyl 
40mg & 120mg/mL 0/L 

54 Erythromycin Stéarate 

25mg/mL 0/L 

55 Erythromycin Stéarate 

50mg/mL 0/L 

56 Erythromycin Stéarate 

250mg Tab 



57 Erythromycin Stéarate 
500mg Tab 



58 Particle Coated Erythromycin 
333mg Tab 



00605859 Novo-Rythro 

Ethylsuccinate 



00453617 EES-400 
00652318 Novo-Rythro 

Ethylsuccinate 



00583782 EES-600 
00637416 Apo-Erythro-ES 



00583405 Pediazole 



00000302 Erythrocin 



00273023 Erythrocin 



NOP 

ABB 
NOP 



ABB 
APX 



ABB 



ABB 



ABB 



00000434 Erythrocin ABB 

00391581 Novo-Rythro Stéarate NOP 
00545678 Apo-Erythro-S APX 



00266515 Erythrocin 
00688568 Apo-Erythro-S 



00769991 PCE Dispertab 



ABB 
APX 



ABB 



938 



O. Reg. 321/90 THE OhJTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 08:00 Anti-Infective Agents 



3737 



08!l2;16 Antibiotics Penicillins 

59 Amoxicillin 
250mg Cap 



60 Amoxicillin 
500mg Cap 



61 Amoxicillin 
25mg/mL 0/L 



62 Amoxicillin 
50mg/mL 0/L 



63 Amoxicillin 

50mg/mL Ped 0/L 

64 Amoxicillin & Clavulanic Acid 

25mg & 6.25mg/mL 0/L 

65 Amoxicillin & Clavulanic Acid 

50mg & 12.5mg/mL 0/L 

66 Amoxicillin & Clavulanic Acid 

250mg & 125mg Tab 

67 Amoxicillin & Clavulanic Acid 

500mg & 125mg Tab 

68 Ampicillin 

250mg Cap 



69 Ampicillin 
500mg Cap 



70 Ampicillin 

Inj Pd- 500mg Pk 



71 Ampicillin 

Inj Pd-lOOOmg Pk 



72 Ampicillin 

25mg/mL O/L 



00288497 Amoxil 
00406724 Novamoxin 
00628115 Apo-Amoxi 



00330531 Amoxil 
00406716 Novamoxin 
00628123 Apo-Amoxi 

00288500 Amoxil 
00452149 Novamoxin 
00628131 Apo-Amoxi 



00288519 Amoxil 
00452130 Novamoxin 
00628158 Apo-Amoxi 



00353035 Amoxil 



00617512 Clavulin 



00617520 Clavulin 



00617490 Clavulin 



00617504 Clavulin 



00002003 Penbritin 
00020877 Novo-Ampicillin 
00603279 Apo-Ampi 



00002011 Penbritin 
00020885 Novo-Ampicillin 
00603295 Apo-Ampi 



00002119 Penbritin 
00004057 Ampicin 

00002127 Penbritin 
00004065 Ampicin 



00002410 Penbritin 
00021121 Novo-Ampicillin 
00603260 Apo-Ampi 



AYE 
NOP 
APX 



ATE 
NOP 
APX 



AYE 
NOP 
APX 



AYE 
NOP 
APX 



AYE 



BEE 



BEE 



BEE 



1037 



.2019 



.0210 



.0310 



.5745 



.0965 



1621 



.8145 



BEE 


1 


.2685 
.0822 


AYE 






APX 




.1595 


AYE 






NOP 






APX 








1 


.5796 


AYE 






BRI 








2 


.2423 


AYE 






BRI 




.0167 


AYE 






NOP 







939 



3738 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 08:00 Anti-Infective Agents 



O. Reg. 321/90 



08;12;16 Antibiotics Penicillins 

73 Ampicillin 

50mg/mL 0/L 



74 Bacampicillin HCl 

AOOmg Tab 

75 Bacampicillin HCl 

SOOmg Tab 

76 Carbenicillin Indanyl (Sodium) 

SOOmg Tab 

77 Cloxacillin 

250mg Cap 



78 Cloxacillin 
500mg Cap 



79 Cloxacillin 

Inj Pd- 250mg Pk 



80 Cloxacillin 

Inj Pd- SOOmg Pk 



81 Cloxacillin 

Inj Pd-2000mg Pk 



82 Cloxacillin 
2Smg/mL 0/L 



83 Dicloxacillin 
2S0mg Cap 

8A Penicillin G (Benzathine) 

1200000IU/2mL Inj Sol-2mL Pk 

85 Penicillin G (Benzathine) 

lOOOOOIU/mL 0/L 

86 Penicillin G (Potassium) 

SOOOOOIU Tab 



87 Penicillin G Crystalline 
Inj Pd- lOOOOOOIU Pk 



00002429 Penbritin 
00021148 Novo-Ampicillin 
00603287 Apo-Ampi 



00627127 Penglobe 
0062713S Penglobe 
00328235 Geopen 



00002046 Orbenin 
00337765 Novo-Cloxin 
00618292 Apo-Cloxi 



00002054 Orbenin 
00337773 Novo-Cloxin 
00618284 Apo-Cloxi 



00002151 Orbenin 
00407593 Tegopen 



00002178 Orbenin 
00407607 Tegopen 



00002186 Orbenin 
00407615 Tegopen 



00002445 Orbenin 
00337757 Novo-Cloxin 
00644633 Apo-Cloxi 



00003964 Dynapen 

00036315 Bicillin 1200 L-A 

00009938 Megacillin 500 



00107484 Megacillin 500 
00151432 Novo-Pen-500 



AYE 
NOP 
APX 



AST 



AST 



PFI 



AYE 
NOP 
APX 



AYE 
NOP 
APX 



AYE 
BRI 



AYE 
BRI 



AYE 
BRI 



AYE 
NOP 
APX 



BRI 



WYE 



FRS 



FRS 
NOP 



.0263 

.4360 

.8900 

1.0743 
.0997 

.1954 

1.1500 

1.6348 

2.9500 

.0240 

.3963 

5.7500 

.0577 
.0426 

1.2484 



00002208 Penicillin G (Pot) AYE 
00011983 Crystapen (Sod) GLA 



940 



O. Reg. 321/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Iten 08:00 Anti-Infective Agents 



3739 



08;12;16 Antibiotics Penicillins 

88 Penicillin G Crystalline 
Inj Pd- 5000000IU Pk 



89 Penicillin G Procaine Aqueous 

Suspension 

aOOOOOOIU/lOiri. Inj Susp-lOmL Pk 

90 Penicillin G Procaine Aqueous 

Suspension 

5000000IU/10rt. Inj Susp-10»L Pk 

91 Penicillin V (Benzathine) 

60mg/BL 0/L 



92 Penicillin V (Potassium) 
25mg/iDL 0/L 



93 Penicillin V (Potassiua) 
60mg/aL 0/L 



94 Penicillin V (Potassiua) 
300ag Tab 



95 Pivampicillin 

35ing/mL 0/L 

96 Pivampicillin 

SOOmg Tab 

97 Sodium Flucloxacillin 

250ing Cap 

98 Sodiua Flucloxacillin 

SOOmg Cap 

99 Sodium Flucloxacillin 

25mg/mL 0/L 

100 Sodium Flucloxacillin 

50mg/mL 0/L 

08:12:24 Antibiotics Tetracyclines 

101 Tetracycline 

250mg Cap 



102 Tetracycline 

Inj Pd-250mg Pk 



00002216 Penicillin G (Pot) 
00011991 Crystapen (Sod) 



00002402 Ayercillin 



00355615 Vycillin 5 Million 



00034045 Pen-Vee 
00248835 PVF 500 



00015563 V-Cillin K 
00018635 Nadopen-V 
00642223 Apo-Pen V-K 



00331945 VC-K 500 
00391603 Novo-Pen-VK-500 
00642231 Apo-Pen V-K 



00018740 Nadopen-V 
00021202 Novo-Pen-VK-500 
00248843 PVF-K 500 
00642215 Apo-Pen V-K 



00582239 Pondocillin 
00582247 Pondocillin 
00486795 Fluclox 
00486809 Fluclox 
00486817 Fluclox 
00525561 Fluclox 



00014605 Achromycin V 
00021059 Novo-Tetra 
00024422 Tetracyn 
00580929 Apo-Tetra 



00014729 Achromycin 



2.7256 



AYE 




GLA 




ATE 


4.7719 


WYE 


4.8500 




.0411 


WTB 




FRS 






.0250 


LIL 




NDA 




APX 






.0330 


LIL 




NOP 




APX 






.0399 


NDA 




NOP 




FRS 




APX 




LEO 


.0606 


LEO 


.6019 


ATE 


.5163 



ATE 



ATE 



ATE 



LED 
NOP 
PFI 
APX 



LED 11.1092 



.9462 
.1309 
.1960 

.0195 



941 



3740 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 08:00 Anti-Infective Agents 



O. Reg. 321/90 



08:12:24 Antibiotics Tetracyclines 

103 Tetracycline 

25mg/mL 0/L 00151416 Novo-Tetra 

08:12:28 Antibiotics Other Antibiotics 



104 Cefaclor 

250mg Cap 

105 Cefaclor 

500mg Cap 

106 Cefaclor 

25mg/mL 0/L 

107 Cefaclor 

50mg/mL 0/L 

108 Cefadroxil 

500mg Cap 

109 Cefadroxil 

50mg/mL 0/L 

110 Cefadroxil 

Ig Tab 

111 Cefazolin Sodium 

Inj Pd- SOOmg Pk 

112 Cefazolin Sodium 

Inj Pd-lOOOmg Pk 



113 Ceftriaxone Disodium 

0.25g/Vial Inj Pd-1 Vial Pk 

114 Ceftriaxone Disodium 

Ig/Vial Inj Pd-1 Vial Pk 

115 Ceftriaxone Disodium 

2g/Vial Inj Pd-1 Vial Pk 

116 Cephalexin Monohydrate 

250mg Cap 



NOP 



.0182 



117 Cephalexin Monohydrate 
500mg Cap 



118 Cephalexin Monohydrate 

25mg/mL 0/L 



119 Cephalexin Monohydrate 
50mg/mL 0/L 



00465186 


Ceclor 


LIL 




,9338 


00465194 


Ceclor 


LIL 


1, 


.8350 


00465208 


Ceclor 


LIL 




.0998 


00465216 


Ceclor 


LIL 




.1826 


00507245 


Duricef 


BRI 


1 


.1015 


00674826 


Duricef 


BRI 




.1983 


00749346 


Duricef 


BRI 


2 
3 


.2030 
.3600 


00319139 


Ancef 


SKF 






00322288 


Kefzol 


LIL 


6 


.5300 


00319112 


Ancef 


SKF 






00322296 


Kefzol 


LIL 






00657387 


Rocephin 


HLR 


10 


.7500 


00657417 


Rocephin 


HLR 


34 


.0000 


00657409 


Rocephin 


HLR 


67 


.0000 
.1825 


00253154 


Ceporex 


GLA 






00342084 


Novo-Lexin 


NOP 




.3412 


00253146 


Ceporex 


GLA 






00342114 


Novo-Lexin 


NOP 




.0360 


00015547 


Keflex 


LIL 






00342106 


Novo-Lexin 


NOP 




.0730 


00035645 


Keflex 


LIL 






00342092 


Novo-Lexin 


NOP 







942 



o. Reg. 321/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3741 



Item 08:00 Anti-Infective Agents 



08:12:28 Antibiotics Other Antibiotics 



120 Cephalexin Honohydrate 
250ing Tab 



121 Cephalexin Monohydrate 
500mg Tab 



122 Cephalothin Sodium 

Inj Pd-lg Pk 

123 Cephalothin Sodium 

Inj Pd-2g Pk 

124 Cephradine 

250mg Cap 

125 Cephradine 

500mg Cap 

126 Clindamycin HCl 

150mg Cap 

127 Clindamycin Palmitate 

15mg/mL 0/L 

128 Clindamycin Phosphate 

300mg/2mL Inj Sol-2mL Pk 

129 Colistimethate Sodium 

Inj Pd-150mg Pk 

130 Gentamicin Sulfate 

80mg/2mL Inj Sol-2mL Pk 



131 Lincomycin 

500mg Cap 

132 Lincomycin 

600mg/2mL Inj Sol-2mL Pk 

133 Neomycin Sulfate 

25mg/mL 0/L 

134 Neomycin Sulfate 

500mg Tab 

135 Polymyxin B Sulfate 

Inj Pd-500000UPk 

136 Spectinomycin 

Inj Pd-2g Pk 

137 Tobramycin Sulfate 

20mg/2mL Inj Sol-2mL Pk 



.1734 



00403628 
00583413 
00768723 


Keflex 

Novo-Lexin 

Apo-Cephalex 


LIL 
NOP 
APX 






00244392 
00583421 
00768715 


Keflex 

Novo-Lexin 

Apo-Cephalex 


LIL 
NOP 
APX 




.3412 


00015369 


Keflin 


LIL 


4, 


.1569 


00244406 


Keflin 


LIL 


8 


.0768 


00301620 


Velosef 


SOU 




.6070 


00301639 


Velosef 


SOU 


1 


.1880 


00030570 


Dalacin C 


UPJ 




.7099 


00225851 


Dalacin C 


UPJ 




.1010 


00260436 


Dalacin C 


UPJ 


5 


.9800 


00476420 


Coly-Mycin 


PDA 


31 


.4500 


00223824 
00259179 


Garamycin 
Cidomycin 


SCH 
ROU 


4, 


.0900 


00030589 


Lincocin 


UPJ 




.6340 


00030732 


Lincocin 


UPJ 


4 


.6100 


00030805 


Hycifradin 


UPJ 




.0690 


00030996 


Mycifradin 


UPJ 




.2195 


00004421 


Aerosporin 


BVE 


25 


.5000 


00210196 


Trobicin 


UPJ 


13 


.5000 


00325457 


Nebcin 


LIL 


3 


.1232 



943 



3742 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 08:00 Anti-Infective Agents 



O. Reg. 321/90 



08:12:28 Antibiotics Other Antibiotics 



138 
139 
lAO 

lAl 
142 

143 

144 

145 

146 
147 

148 



Tobramycin Sulfate 
60mg/1.5mL Inj Sol-1.5mL Pk 

Tobramycin Sulfate 
80mg/2mL Inj Sol-2mL Pk 

Tobramycin Sulfate 
80mg/2mL Inj Sol-2mL Hypo 

08:16:00 An ti tubercular Agents 



00375764 Nebcin 
00325449 Nebcin 
00381969 Nebcin 



149 

150 
151 



Chloroquine Phosphate 
250mg Tab 



Hydroxychloroquine Sulfate 
200mg Tab 

Quinine Sulfate 
200mg Cap 



LIL 5.8074 
LIL 6.3036 
LIL 6.9817 



Aminosalicylate Sodium 
500mg Tab 


00236691 


Nemasol 


ICN 


.1845 


Ethambutol HCl 
lOOmg Tab 


001279V Myambutol 
00247960 Etibi 


LED 
ICN 


.0871 


Ethambutol HCl 
400mg Tab 


00127965 
00247979 


Myambutol 
Etibi 


LED 
ICN 


.2425 


Isoniazid 
lOOmg Tab 


00261270 
00440108 


Isotamine 
Isoniazid 


ICN 
SAP 


.0248 


Isoniazid 
300mg Tab 


00272655 
00310247 


Isotamine 
Isoniazid 


ICN 
SAP 


.0573 


Pyrazinamide 
500mg Tab 


00283991 


Tebrazid 


ICN 


.5142 


Rifampin 
150mg Cap 


00210471 
00393444 
00580376 


Rimactane 

Rofact 

Rifadin 


CIB 
ICN 
MER 


.6063 


Rifampin 
300mg Cap 


00210463 
00343617 
00580384 


Rimactane 

Rofact 

Rifadin 


CIB 
ICN 
MER 


.9503 


08:20:00 Plasmodicides 


(Antimalarials) 









.0666 



00021261 Novo-Chloroquine 
00033642 Aralen 


NOP 
WIN 




00033669 Plaquenil 


WIN 


.3617 


00021008 Novo-Quinine 
00093742 Quinine Sulfate 
00178993 Quinine Sulfate 


NOP 
DTC 
SDR 


.0990 



944 



p 



O. Reg. 321/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



Itea 08:00 Anti-Infective Agents 



3743 



08:20!00 Plasmodicides (Antiaalarials) 



152 Quinine Sulfate 
BOOing Cap 



08;2A;00 Sulfonaaides 

153 Sulfaaethoxazole 
500mg Tab 



154 Sulfapyridine 

500mg Tab 

155 Sulfasalazine 

500iiig Ent Tab 



156 Sulfasalazine 
500nig Tab 



,1559 



00021016 Novo-Quinine HOP 
00093750 Quinine DTC 

00179000 Quinine Sulfate SDR 



00013412 Gantanol HLR 

00421480 Apo-Sulfamethoxazole APX 



00163929 Dagenan 



RPP 



.0953 

.3273 
.1313 



00158526 Salazopyrin PHD 

00445126 S.A.S. Enteric 500 ICN 
00598488 PMS-Sulfasalazine 

-E.G. PMS 

00685925 Sulfasalazine KNR 



00024856 Salazopyrin PHD 

00263869 S.A.S. 500 ICN 

00598461 PMS-Sulfasalazine PMS 

00685933 Sulfasalazine KNR 



.0954 



157 


Sulfisoxazole 
500mg Tab 


00021792 Novo-Soxazole 


NOP 


.0390 




08:26:00 Sulfones 








158 


Dapsone 
lOOmg Tab 

08:32:00 Trichomonacides 


00002526 Avlosulfon 


ATE 


.1732 


159 


Metronidazole 
500mg Cap 


00489891 Flagyl 


RPP 


.9072 


160 


Metronidazole 
250mg Tab 

08:36:00 Urinary Anti-Infectives 


00021555 Novo-Nidazol 
00025615 Flagyl 
00545066 Apo-Metronidazole 
00584339 PMS-Metronidazole 


HOP 

RPP 
APX 
PMS 


.0280 


161 


Methenamine Hippurate 
Ig Tab 


00026379 Hip-Rex 


SIR 


.6140 


162 


Methenamine Mandelate 
500mg Ent Tab 


00499013 Mandelaffline 


PDA 


.1318 


163 


Methenamine Mandelate 
lOOOmg Ent Tab 


00499021 Mandelamine 


PDA 


.2024 


164 


Nalidixic Acid 
50mg/mL O/L 


00036250 NegGraa 


VIH 


.0799 



945 



3744 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 08:00 Anti-Infective Agents 



O. Reg. 321/90 



08;36:00 Urinary Anti-Infectives 

165 Nalidixic Acid 

500mg Tab 

166 Nitrofurantoin 

25mg Cap 

167 Nitrofurantoin 

50mg Cap 

168 Nitrofurantoin 

lOOmg Cap 

169 Nitrofurantoin 

5mg/mL 0/L 

170 Nitrofurantoin 

50mg Tab 

171 Nitrofurantoin 

lOOmg Tab 



172 Pivmecillinam HCl 

200mg Tab 

08:A0:00 Miscellaneous Anti-Infectives 

173 Ciprofloxacin 

250mg Tab 

174 Ciprofloxacin 

500mg Tab 

175 Ciprofloxacin 

750mg Tab 

176 lodoquinol 

650mg Tab 

177 Norfloxacin 

AOOmg Tab 

178 Sulfamethoxazole & Trimethoprim 

40mg & 8mg/mL 0/L 



179 Sulfamethoxazole & Trimethoprim 
400mg & 80mg Tab 



00033723 


NegGram 


VIN 


.4899 


00452491 


Macrodantin 


EAT 


.1830 


00452505 


Macrodantin 


EAT 


.2977 


00452483 


Macrodantin 


EAT 


.5239 


00232971 


Novo-Furan 


NOP 


.0270 


00021563 
00319511 


Novo-Furan 
Apo-Nitrofurantoin 


NOP 
APX 


.0186 


00021571 
00092819 
00312738 


Novo-Furan 
Nitrofurantoin 
Apo-Ni trof urantoin 


NOP 
DTC 
APX 


.0202 


00657212 
00791741 


Selexid 
Mecillin 200 


LEO 
MCN 


.7765 



00817163 


Cipro 


MIT 


2 


.0963 


00817171 


Cipro 


MIT 


2 


.3650 


00817198 


Cipro 


MIT 


4 


.4613 


00180386 


Oiodoquin 


SEA 




.3508 


00643025 


Noroxin 


MSD 


2 


.0060 
.0230 


00270644 


Septra 


BWE 






00272485 


Bactrim Sugar Free 


HLR 






00726540 


Novo-Trimel 


NOP 






00846465 


Apo-Sulfatrim 


APX 




.0828 


00270636 


Septra 


BWE 






00272469 


Bactrim 


HLR 






00445274 


Apo-Sulfatrim 


APX 






00510637 


Novo-Trimel 


NOP 






00516759 


Sulfamethoxazole & 
Trimethoprim 


DTC 







946 



O. Reg. 321/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 08:00 Anti-Infective Agents 



3745 



08:40:00 Miscellaneous An ti -Infectives 



180 Sulfanethoxazole & Triaethoprim 
800mg & 160aig Tab 



1568 



181 Trimethoprim 

lOOmg Tab 

182 Triaethoprim 

200mg Tab 

183 Trimethoprim & Sulfadiazine 

9mg/mL & 41mg/mL Oral Susp 

184 Trimethoprim & Sulfadiazine 

90mg & AlOmg Tab 



00368040 Septra DS 
00371823 Bactrim-DS 
00445282 Apo-Sulfatrim-DS 
00510645 Novo-Trimel DS 
00516767 Sulfamethoxazole & 
Trimethoprim DS 



00675229 Proloprim 
00677590 Proloprim 
00745618 Coptin 
00656933 Coptin 



BVE 
HLR 
AFX 
NOP 

DTC 



BVE 



BVE 



JOU 



JOU 



.2378 
.4880 
.1300 
.4525 



947 



3746 



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O. Reg. 321/90 



Item 10:00 Antineoplastic Agents 



185 Amethopterin 

2.5mg Tab 

186 Amethopterin (Sodium) 

50mg/2mL Inj Sol-2mL Pk 

187 Aminoglutethimide 

250mg Tab 

188 Azathioprine 

50mg Tab 

189 Bleomycin Sulfate 

Inj Pd-15U Pk 

190 Busulfan 

2mg Tab 

191 Carmustine (BCNU) 

Inj Pd-lOOmg Pk 

192 Chlorambucil 

2mg Tab 

193 Cyclophosphamide 

Inj Pd- 200mg Pk 

194 Cyclophosphamide 

Inj Pd-500mg Pk 

195 Cyclophosphamide 

Inj Pd-lOOOmg Pk 

196 Cyclophosphamide 

25mg Tab 



197 Cyclophosphamide 
50mg Tab 



198 Cyproterone Acetate 

50mg Tab 

199 Cytarabine 

Inj Pd- lOOmg Pk 

200 Cytarabine 

Inj Pd- 500mg Pk 

201 Cytarabine 

Inj Pd-lg Pk 

202 Cytarabine 

Inj Pd-2g Pk 

203 Dacarbazine 

Inj Pd-200mg Pk 

204 Dactinomycin 

Inj Pd-0.5mg Pk 



00014915 Methotrexate 
00321397 Methotrexate 
00587729 Cytadren 
00004596 Imuran 
00258482 Blenoxane 
00004618 Myleran 
00297763 BiCNU 
00004626 Leukeran 
00013544 Procytox 
00344915 Cytoxan 
00013552 Procytox 



00262676 Procytox 
00344877 Cytoxan 



00013749 Procytox 
00344885 Cytoxan 



00704431 Androcur 
00386715 Cytosar 
00194727 Cytosar 
00646296 Cytosar 
00646318 Cytosar 
00521183 DTIC 
00213071 Cosmegen 



LED 




.5413 


LED 


17, 


.4900 


CIB 




.9301 


BUE 




.7425 


BRI 


161. 


.0500 


BVE 


1, 


.1440 


BRI 


43, 


.4500 


BWE 


1 


.0760 


HOR 


5 


.6500 


BRI 


7 


.0000 


HOR 


13 


.1800 
.3260 


HOR 






BRI 




.4390 


HOR 






BRI 






BER 


2, 


.0500 


UPJ 


8, 


.6700 


UPJ 


38, 


,3400 


UPJ 


69, 


.9500 


UPJ 


138, 


,2000 


MIT 


16, 


,8942 


MSD 


7, 


,7600 



948 



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Item 10:00 Antineoplastic Agents 



3747 



205 Daunorubicin 

Inj Pd-20mg Pk 

206 Estraaustine Phosphate Disodiua 

lAOng Cap 

207 Fluorouracil 

500mg/10mL Inj Sol-lOmL Pk 

208 Flutamide 

250mg Tab 

209 Goserelin Acetate 

3.6mg Depot Inj 

210 L-Asparaginase 

Inj Pd-lOOOOIUPk 

211 Leuprolide Acetate 

Smg/mL Inj Sol-2.8mL Kit 

212 Leuprolide Acetate 

7.5mg Amp-Kit 

213 Lomustine (CCNU) 

lOmg Cap 

21A Lomustine (CCNU) 
AOmg Cap 

215 Lomustine (CCNU) 

lOOmg Cap 

216 Mechlorethamine HCl 

Inj Pd-lOmg Pk 

217 Megestrol Acetate 

40mg Tab 

218 Megestrol Acetate 

160mg Tab 

219 Melphalan 

2mg Tab 

220 Mercaptopurine 

50mg Tab 

221 Methotrexate Sodium 

20mg/2mL Inj Sol-2mL Pk 

222 Mitomycin 

Inj Pd-5ng Pk 

223 Procarbazine HCl 

50mg Cap 

224 Streptozocin 

Inj Pd-lg Pk 



00163899 Cerubidine 

00780278 BBcyt 

00012882 Fluorouracil 

00637726 Euflex 
+00857599 Zoladex 

00285A63 Kidrolase 

00727695 Lupron 
+00836273 Lupron Depot 

00360430 CeeNU 

00360422 CeeNU 

00360414 CeeNU 

00016063 Mustargen 

00386391 Megace 

00731323 Megace 

00004715 Alkeran 

00004723 Purinethol 



RPP 



PHD 



HLR 



SCH 



ICI 



RPP 



ABB 



ABB 



BRI 



BRI 



BRI 



MSD 



BRI 



BRI 



BVE 



BWE 



00614335 Methotrexate Sodium HOR 



00381799 Mutamycin 
00012750 Natulan 
00622141 Zanosar 



BRI 



HLR 



74.7440 

2.6800 

3.2750 

1.9370 

345.0000 

117.1736 

173.6490 

345.0000 

3.6675 

6.3125 

10.4200 

6.7700 

1.1730 

4.6933 

1.2100 

1.6600 

12.5000 

75.7500 

.3808 



UPJ 34.4500 



949 



3748 

Item 10:00 Antineoplastic 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Agents 



O. Reg. 321/90 



225 Tamoxifen Citrate 
lOmg Tab 



226 Tamoxifen Citrate 
20mg Tab 



227 Thio-Tepa 

Inj Pd-15mg Pk 

228 Thioguanine 

40mg Tab 

229 Vinblastine Sulfate 

Inj Pd-lOmg Pk 

230 Vincristine Sulfate 

Img/mL Inj Sol 



.5500 



00419052 
00657360 

+00810444 
00812404 

+00839361 


Nolvadex 

Tamofen 

Tamone 

Apo-Tamox 

Alpha-Tamoxifen 


ICI 
RPP 
ADI 
APX 

GEN 






00638706 
00657379 

+00810452 
00812390 

+00839353 


Nolvadex D 
Tamofen 
Tamone 
Apo-Tamox 
Alpha-Tamoxi fen 


ICI 
RPP 
ADI 
APX 
GEN 


1, 


.0000 


00237035 


Thio-Tepa 


LED 


15, 


.5317 


00282081 


Lanvis 


BVE 


3, 


,3280 


00015431 


Velbe 


LIL 


49, 


,8212 


00611182 


Oncovin 


LIL 


31. 


,7940 



950 



O. Reg. 321/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Ite« 12:00 Autonoaic Agents 



3749 



12;0A!00 Parasympathomimetic (Cholinergic) Agents 

003497A7 Urecholine 



231 Bethanechol Chloride 

5ag/BL Inj Sol-lmL Pk 



232 Bethanechol Chloride 
lOmg Tab 



233 Bethanechol Chloride 
25ng Tab 



234 Bethanechol Chloride 

50mg Tab 

235 Carbachol 

0.25mg/mL Inj So1-1bL Pk 

236 Carbachol 

2mg Tab 

237 Edrophonium Chloride 

lOOmg/lOmL Inj Sol-lOmL Pk 

238 Neostigmine Bromide 

15mg Tab 

239 Neostigmine Hethylsulfate 

0.5mg/mL Inj Sol-lmL Pk 

240 Pyridostigmine Bromide 

IBOmg LA Tab 

241 Pyridostigmine Bromide 

60mg Tab 



00349720 Urecholine 
00452998 Duvoid 



00349739 Urecholine 
00453005 Duvoid 



00453013 Duvoid 
00341622 Carbachol 
00003212 Carbachol 
00855804 Tensilon 
00869945 Prostigmin 
00869910 Prostigmin 
00035890 Mestinon 



00869961 Hestinon 
12;08;00 Parasympatholytic (Cholinergic Blocking) Agents 



242 Atropine Sulfate 

0.4mg/mL Inj Sol-lmL Pk 

243 Atropine Sulfate 

0.6mg/mL Inj Sol-lmL Pk 

244 Benztropine Mesylate 

2mg/2mL Inj Sol-2mL Pk 

245 Benztropine Mesylate 

2mg Tab 



246 Dicyclomine HCl 

lOmg Cap 

247 Dicyclomine HCl 

20mg/2mL Inj Sol-2mL Pk 

248 Dicyclomine HCl 

2mg/mL 0/L 



00061697 Atropine 
00012076 Atropine 
00016128 Cogentin 



00016357 Cogentin 
00426857 Apo-Benztropine 
#00428086 Bensylate 



00361933 Formulex 



00133965 Bentylol 
00018023 Bentylol 



FRS 


2 


.7083 
.2480 


FRS 






BAT 




.3960 


FRS 






EAT 






EAT 




.6410 


GLA 


3 


.5310 


GLA 




.3412 


ICN 


11 


.4587 


ION 




.1328 


ICN 




.8106 


HLR 




.3023 


ICH 




.1333 



GLA 



GLA 



ICN 



.4680 



.4680 



MSD 4.3533 

.0096 
HSD 

APX 

ICN 



.0629 



MER 5.2238 
NER .0539 



951 



3750 



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O. Reg. 321/90 



Item 12:00 Autonomic Agents 





12:08:00 Parasympatholytic 


(Cholinergic Blocking) Agents 


HER 






249 


Dicyclomine HCl 
20mg Tab 


00282529 Bentylol 


,1774 


250 


Ethopropazine HCl 
50mg Tab 


00025550 Pars i tan 


RPP 




,1730 


251 


Flavoxate HCl 
200mg Tab 


00728179 Urispas 


PMS 




.4515 


252 


Glycopyrrolate 
0.2mg/mL Inj Sol-lmL Pk 


00026425 Robinul 


ROB 


1, 


.7512 


253 


Glycopyrrolate 
Img Tab 


00026514 Robinul 


ROB 




.1088 


25A 


Glycopyrrolate 
2mg Tab 


00026522 Robinul Forte 


ROB 




.1808 


255 


Hyoscine Butylbromide 
20mg/mL Inj Sol-lmL Pk 


00363839 Buscopan 


BOE 


3 


.4538 


256 


Hyoscine Butylbromide 
lOmg Sup 


00363820 Buscopan 


BOE 


1 


.4906 


257 


Hyoscine Butylbromide 
lOmg Tab 


00363812 Buscopan 


BOE 




.1901 


258 


Hyoscyamine Sulfate 
0.125mg SL Tab 


00125857 Levsin 


KUC 




.1415 


259 


Ipratropium Bromide 
Inh-200 dose Pk 


00576158 Atrovent 


BOE 


14 


.3900 


260 


Ipratropium Bromide 
0.25mg/mL Inh Sol-20mL Pk 


00731439 Atrovent 


BOE 


16 


.0400 


261 


Orphenadrine HCl 
50mg Tab 


00026387 Disipal 


RIK 




.4290 


262 


Oxybutynin Chloride 
Img/mL 0/L 


00548332 Ditropan 


EAT 




.0813 


263 


Oxybutynin Chloride 
5mg Tab 


00530921 Ditropan 


EAT 




.3615 


264 


Procyclidine HCl 
0.5mg/mL 0/L 


00004405 Kemadrin 
00485012 Procyclid 


BUE 
ICN 




.0304 


265 


Procyclidine HCl 
2.5mg Tab 


00649392 PMS-Procyclidine 


PMS 




.0252 


266 


Procyclidine HCl 
5mg Tab 


00004758 Kemadrin 
00306290 Procyclid 
00587354 PMS-Procyclidine 


BVE 
ICN 
PMS 




.0239 



267 Propantheline Bromide 
7.5mg Tab 



00028584 Pro-Banthine 



SEA 



.1952 



952 



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Ite« 12:00 Autonomic Agents 



3751 



12!08;00 Parasypatholytic (Cholinergic Blocking) Agents 



268 

269 
270 

271 

272 



Propantheline Broaide 
15Bg Tab 



Scopolaaine 
l.Sag Transdern Syst 

Trihexyphenidyl HCl 
0.4Bg/aL 0/L 

Trihexyphenidyl HCl 
2Bg Tab 



Trihexyphenidyl HCl 
5mg Tab 



00028592 Pro-Banthine 
00294837 Propanthel 

00550094 Transdera-V 

00014656 Artane 



00015040 Artane 
00021911 Novo-Hexidyl 
00280445 Aparkane 
00545058 Apo-Trihex 



00015059 Artane 
00021938 Novo-Hexidyl 
00271314 Aparkane 
00545074 Apo-Trihex 



273 
274 
275 
276 
277 
278 
279 
280 
281 
282 
283 
284 



12;12;00 Syapa thorn i me tic (Adrenergic) Agents 

00304069 Ephedrine 



Ephedrine HCl 
30mg Tab 



Epinephrine 
Aero Sol-15mL Pk 

Epinephrine Bi tartrate 
Aero Susp-15mL Pk 

Epinephrine HCl 
30mg/30mL Inj Sol-30mL Pk 

Epinephrine HCl (Racemic) 
2.25Z Inh Sol-30mL Pk 

Fenoterol HBr 
Inh Pd-200 dose Pk 

Fenoterol HBr 
O.IZ Inh Sol-20mL Pk 

Fenoterol HBr 
2.5mg Tab 

Isoproterenol HCl 
Aero Sol-15mL Pk 

Isoproterenol HCl 
0.52 Inh Sol-lOmL Pk 

Isoproterenol HCl 
lOmg SL Tab 

Isoproterenol Sulfate 
Aero Susp-15mL Pk 



00282286 Bronkaid Mistometer 

00026271 Medihaler-Epi 

00155357 Adrenalin 

00723711 Vaponefrin 

00371807 Berotec 

00541389 Berotec 

()0454796 Berotec 

00033219 Isuprel Histometer 

00033227 Isuprel 

00033820 Isuprel 

00026301 Medihaler-Iso 



SEA 
ICN 



GIB 



LED 



LED 
NOP 
ICN 
API 



LED 
NOP 
ICN 
API 



GLA 



VIN 



.0411 

1.7536 

.0256 
.0100 

.0127 



.2186 
9.0100 



RIK 18.8410 



PDA 



ROR 



BOE 



BOE 



BOE 



VIN 



VIN 



VIN 



RIK 



9.0000 

22.4163 

11.9600 

12.8400 

.2106 

11.8900 

7.7400 

.1660 

16.6000 



953 



3752 



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O. Reg. 321/90 



Item 

285 
286 
287 
288 
289 
290 

291 

292 

293 
29A 
295 
296 

297 
298 
299 
300 

301 



12:00 Autonomic Agents 












12:12:00 Sympathomimetic 


(Adrenergic 


:) Agents 


BOE 
BOE 


11.6900 
8.A300 


Orciprenaline Sulfate 
Inh Pd-300 dose Pk 

Orciprenaline Sulfate 
5% Inh Sol-lOmL Pk 






0025A13A Alupent 
00003859 Alupent 



Orciprenaline Sulfate 
2mg/mL 0/L 

Orciprenaline Sulfate 
20mg Tab 



002A9920 Alupent 
00003891 Alupent 



BOE 



BOE 



.0551 



,2144 



Procaterol HCl Hemihydrate 
lOmcg/met dose Aerolnh-200dose Pk 00846414 Pro-Air 



Pseudoephedrine HCl 
6mg/mL 0/L 



Pseudoephedrine HCl 
60mg Tab 



Salbutamol 
Inh-200 dose Pk 



Salbutamol 
200mcg/Cart Inh Pd 

Salbutamol 
AOOmcg/Cart Inh Pd 

Salbutamol 
Img/mL Inh Sol-2.5mL Pk 

Salbutamol 
5mg/mL Inh Sol-lOmL Pk 



Salbutamol 
0.25mg/5mL Inj Sol 

Salbutamol 
2.5mg/5mL Inj Sol 

Salbutamol 
0.4mg/mL 0/L 

Salbutamol 
2mg Tab 



Salbutamol 
4mg Tab 



00004561 Sudafed 
00425516 Robidrine 



00004766 Sudafed 
00342726 Robidrine 



00303569 Ventolin 
00790419 Apo-Salvent 
+00851841 Salbutamol Inhaler 



00622060 Ventolin Rotacaps 
00622079 Ventolin Rotacaps 
00667242 Ventolin Nebules 



00334227 Ventolin 
k00860808 Salbutamol 

Respirator Solution 



00602914 Ventolin 
00602922 Ventolin 
00670790 Ventolin 



00361135 Ventolin 
00620955 Novo-Salmol 
00637793 Salbutamol 



00332267 Ventolin 
00620963 Novo-Salmol 
00637807 Salbutamol 



PDA 


14.2000 




.0279 


BWE 




ROB 






.0843 


BWE 




ROB 






8.0000 


GLA 




APX 




KNR 




GLA 


.1499 


GLA 


.2123 



GLA 

GLA 
KNR 

GLA 

GLA 

GLA 



GLA 
NOP 
EVM 



GLA 
NOP 
EVM 



9S4 



O. Reg. 321/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3753 



Item 12:00 Autonomic Agents 



12;12;00 Sympathomimetic (Adrenergic) Agents 

302 Salbutamol Sulfate 

200mcg/blister Pd Inh-120 dose Pk 00832766 Ventodisk Diskhaler 

303 Salbutamol Sulfate 

AOOmcg/blister Pd Inh-120 dose Pk 00832758 Ventodisk Diskhaler 



304 Terbutaline Sulfate 
Inh-400 dose Pk 



305 Terbutaline Sulfate 

Inh-400 dose Pk 

306 Terbutaline Sulfate 

2.5mg Tab 

307 Terbutaline Sulfate 

5mg Tab 



00444774 Bricanyl Spacer 
Inhaler 



00818739 Bricanyl Inhaler 
00335355 Bricanyl 



00335363 Bricanyl 

12;16:00 Sympatholytic (Adrenergic Blocking) Agents 

308 Ergotamine & Pentobarbital Compound 

Sup 00176214 Cafergot-PB 



309 Ergotamine & Pentobarbital Compound 

Tab 

310 Ergotamine Tartrate 

2mg SL Tab 

311 Ergotamine Tartrate 

Img Tab 

312 Ergotamine Tartrate & Caffeine 

Img & lOOmg Tab 

313 Methysergide Bimaleate 

2mg Tab 

314 Pizotyline 

0.5mg Tab 

315 Pizotyline 

Img Tab 

12;20:00 Skeletal Muscle Relaxants 

316 Baclofen 

lOmg Tab 



317 Baclofen 
20mg Tab 



318 Cyclobenzaprine HCl 

lOmg Tab 

319 Dantrolene Sodium 

25mg Cap 



00176222 Cafergot-PB 
00328952 Ergomar 
00027405 Gynergen 
00176095 Cafergot 
00027499 Sansert 
00329320 Sandomigran 
00511552 Sandomigran DS 

00455881 Lioresal 
+00808520 Alpha-Baclofen 

00636576 Lioresal DS 
+00849456 Alpha-Baclofen 

00782742 Flexeril 

00452513 Dantrium 



GLA 


17, 


.9800 


GLA 


25, 


.4700 


AST 


16, 


.9500 


AST 


16, 


.9500 


AST 




.1435 


AST 




.1875 



SAN 


2.0708 


SAN 


.5905 


FIS 


.6692 


SAN 


.5090 


SAN 


.5080 


SAN 


.6065 


SAN 


.3194 


SAN 


.5450 



CEI 

GEN 



GEI 

GEN 



FRS 



EAT 



.2970 



,5995 



,5135 



.3097 



955 



3754 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 321/90 



Item 12:00 Autonomic Agents 



12; 20: 00 Skeletal Muscle Relaxants 

320 Dantrolene Sodium 

lOOmg Cap 

321 Orphenadrine Citrate 

60mg/2mL Inj Sol-2mL Pk 

322 Orphenadrine Citrate 

lOOmg Tab 



00452521 Dantrium 
00171468 Norflex 
00171476 Norflex 



EAT .6300 
RIK 8.0207 
RIK .6294 



Item 16:00 Blood Derivatives 



323 Tetanus Immune Human Globulin 
Inj Sol-250U Pk 



#00074942 Tetanus Immune Human 

Globulin CNG 



3.3300 



Item 20:00 Blood Formation and Coagulation 



20:04:00 Ant i anemia Drugs 

324 Ferrous Fumarate 

300mg Cap otc 30 Pk 

325 Ferrous Fumarate 

60mg/mL 0/L 

326 * Ferrous Fumarate 

200mg Tab otc 100 Pk 

327 Ferrous Fumarate (Pediatric) 

60mg/mL 0/L 



328 * Ferrous Gluconate 

300mg Tab otc 100 Pk 



329 Ferrous Succinate 

lOOmg Tab otc 30 Pk 

330 * Ferrous Sulfate 

300mg Ent Tab otc 100 Pk 



331 Ferrous Sulfate 

125mg/mL 0/L 

332 Iron Dextran 

50mg/mL Inj Sol-2mL Pk 



00446483 Palafer 



00437018 Palafer 



00021431 Novo-Fumar 



00677981 Cerevon 



BEE 11.8000 
BEE .0840 
NOP 4.1000 



00590630 Palafer Pediatric 

Drops BEE 



00021458 Novo-Ferrogluc NOP 

00031097 Ferrous Gluconate WAM 

00041157 Ferrous Gluconate LEA 

00094714 Ferrous Gluconate DTC 
00545031 Apo-Ferrous 
Gluconate 



APX 



BWE 



00232998 Novo-Ferrosulfa NOP 
00520810 Apo-Ferrous Sulfate APX 



00017841 Fer-in-Sol 



00009598 Imferon 



MJO 



,1325 



2.9000 



7 . 7000 
3.6000 

.2102 



FIS 2.6580 



956 



o. Reg. 321/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 20:00 Blood Formation and Coagulation 



3755 



20:12;00 Coagulants and Anti-Coagulants 

333 Heparin Calcium 

25000IU/mL Inj Sol-0.8mL Pk 



334 Heparin Sodium 

lOOOOUSP U/lOmL Inj Sol-lOmL Pk 



335 Heparin Sodium 

50000USP U/5mL Inj Sol-5mL Pk 



336 Heparin Sodium 

25000USP U/mL Inj Sol-2mL Pk 

337 Nicoumalone 

Img Tab 

338 Nicoumalone 

4mg Tab 

339 Warfarin 

2.5mg Tab 

340 Warfarin 

5mg Tab 



341 Warfarin 
lOmg Tab 



00740527 


Calcilean 


OTK 


7 


.3491 


00304042 
00740519 


Heparin 
Hepalean 


GLA 
OTK 


2 
2 


.3165 
.9226 


00304050 
00740497 


Heparin 
Hepalean 


GLA 
OTK 


5 
5 


.7726 
.1756 


00740535 


Hepalean 


DTK 


12 


.2580 


00010383 


Sintrom 


GEI 




.1129 


00010391 


Sin-trom 


GEI 




.3551 


00585645 


Coumadin 


DUP 




.2031 


00010308 
00585629 


Warfilone 
Coumadin 


FRS 
DUP 




.1625 
.2132 


00585637 


Coumadin 


DUP 




.3901 



957 



3756 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 24:00 Cardiovascular Drugs 



O. Reg. 321/90 



24:04:00 Cardiac Drugs 



342 


Acebutolol 
lOOmg Tab 


343 


Acebutolol 
200mg Tab 


344 


Amiodarone HCl 
200mg Tab 


345 


Atenolol 
50mg Tab 


346 


Atenolol 
lOOtng Tab 


347 


Digoxin 
0.05mg/mL Inj Sol-lmL Pk 


348 


Digoxin 
0.50mg/2mL Inj Sol-2mL Pk 


349 


Digoxin 
O.OSmg/mL 0/L 


350 


Digoxin 
0.0625mg Tab 


351 


Digoxin 
0.125mg Tab 


352 


Digoxin 
0.25mg Tab 


353 


Diltiazem HCl 
60mg LA Cap 


354 


Diltiazem HCl 
90mg LA Cap 


355 


Diltiazem HCl 
120mg LA Cap 


356 


Diltiazem HCl 
30mg Tab 


357 


Diltiazem HCl 
60mg Tab 


358 


Disopyramide 
lOOmg Cap 



,2538 



00695645 Monitan 
00726559 Sectral 



00695653 Monitan 
00726567 Sectral 



00705934 Cordarone 



00520683 Tenormin 
00773689 Apo-Atenol 



00486833 Tenormin 
00773697 Apo-Atenol 

00004456 Lanoxin 

00004464 Lanoxin 

00242713 Lanoxin 

00731269 Lanoxin 

00035319 Lanoxin 

00004685 Lanoxin 

00728314 Cardizem-SR 

00728322 Cardizem-SR 

00728330 Cardizem-SR 



00587753 Cardizem 
00771376 Apo-Diltiaz 
+00862924 Novo-Diltazem 



00587761 Cardizem 
00771384 Apo-Diltiaz 
+00862932 Novo-Diltazem 



00382876 Rythmodan 
00396370 Norpace 



WYE 




RPP 






.3798 


WYE 




RPP 




AYE 


1.8239 




.4275 


ICI 




APX 






.7035 


ICI 




APX 





BWE 



BWE 



2.7650 



2.7650 



BWE 


.1344 


BWE 


.0820 


BWE 


.0742 


BWE 


.0742 


NRD 


.6455 


NRD 


.8455 


NRD 


1.1235 




.2725 


NRD 




APX 




NOP 






.4782 


NRD 




APX 




NOP 






.2051 


ROU 




SEA 





958 



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Item 24:00 Cardiovascular Drugs 



3757 



24:04:00 Cardiac Drugs 

359 Disopyramide 
150mg Cap 



360 Disopyramide 

150mg LA Tab 

361 Disopyramide 

250mg LA Tab 

362 Flecainide Acetate 

lOOng Tab 

363 Labetalol HCl 

100mg/20aL Inj So1-20bL Pk 

364 Labetalol HCl 

lOOmg Tab 

365 Labetalol HCl 

200mg Tab 

366 Metoprolol Tartrate 

lOOmg LA Tab 

367 Metoprolol Tartrate 

200mg LA Tab 



368 Metoprolol Tartrate 
50mg Tab 



369 Metoprolol Tartrate 
lOOmg Tab 



370 Mexiletine HCl 

lOOmg Cap 

371 Mexiletine HCl 

200mg Cap 

372 Nadolol 

40mg Tab 



.2901 



00396389 
00439363 


Norpace 
Rythmodan 


SEA 
ROU 




00584231 


Norpace CR 


SEA 


.4880 


00619760 


RythBodan L.A. 


ROU 


.6565 


00628220 


Taabocor 


RIK 


.9000 


00600822 


Trandate 


GLA 


15.8500 



00603651 Trandate GLA 



00603643 Trandate GLA 



00658855 Lopresor SR GEI 



00497827 Betaloc Durules AST 
00534560 Lopresor SR GEI 



00397423 Lopresor GEI 

00402605 Betaloc AST 

00618632 Apo-Metoprolol APX 

00648035 Novo-Metoprol NOP 
00749354 Apo-Metoprolol (Type 

L) APX 
00842648 Novo-Metoprol 

(Uncoated) NOP 



00397431 Lopresor GEI 

00402540 Betaloc AST 

00618640 Apo-Metoprolol APX 

00648043 Novo-Metoprol NOP 
00751170 Apo-Metoprolol (Type 

L) APX 
00842656 Novo-Metoprol 

(Uncoated) NOP 



.2072 
.3663 
.3308 



,6175 
,5620 

,1231 



.2234 



00599956 Mexitil 



00599964 Mexitil 



00607126 Corgard 
00782505 Apo-Nadol 
00851663 Syn-Nadolol 



BOE 



BOE 



SQU 
APX 
SYP 



.4548 

.6091 
.3408 



959 



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24:04:00 Cardiac Drugs 

373 Nadolol 

80mg Tab 



374 Nadolol 

160ing Tab 



375 Nifedipine 
5ing Cap 



376 Nifedipine 
lOmg Cap 



377 Nifedipine 

lOmg Tab 

378 Pindolol 

5mg Tab 



379 Pindolol 
lOmg Tab 



380 Pindolol 
15mg Tab 



381 Procainamide HCl 
250mg Cap 



382 Procainamide HCl 

375mg Cap 

383 Procainamide HCl 

500mg Cap 



384 Procainamide HCl 

lOOmg/lOmL Inj Sol-lOmL Pk 

3Ç5 Procainamide HCl 
250mg LA Tab 

386 Procainamide HCl 
500mg LA Tab 



00463256 
00782467 
00851671 


Corgard 

Apo-Nadol 

Syn-Nadolol 


SOU 
APX 
SYP 


00523372 
00782475 
00851698 


Corgard 

Apo-Nadol 

Syn-Nadolol 


SOU 
APX 
SYP 


00613258 
00725110 


Adalat 
Apo-Nifed 


MIT 
APX 


00557633 
0075590^7 
00756830 


Adalat 

Apo-Nifed 

Novo-Nifedin 


MIT 
APX 
NOP 



00852082 Adalat FT 



00417270 Visken 
00755877 Apo-Pindol 
00818615 Syn-Pindolol 



00443174 Visken 
00755885 Apo-Pindol 
00818593 Syn-Pindolol 



00417289 Visken 
00755893 Apo-Pindol 
00818607 Syn-Pindolol 



00029076 Pronestyl 
00713325 Apo-Procainamide 



00296031 Pronestyl 
00713333 Apo-Procainamide 



00353523 Pronestyl 
00713341 Apo-Procainamide 



00029181 Pronestyl 



00638692 Procan SR 



00638676 Procan SR 
00639885 Pronestyl SR 



MIT 



SAN 
APX 
SYP 




SAN 
APX 
SYP 


.4961 


SAN 
APX 
SYP 


.7280 


SOU 
APX 


.1631 


SOU 
APX 


.2128 


SOU 
APX 


.2830 


SOU 


8.9500 


PDA 


.2442 


PDA 
SOU 


.4489 
. .4175 



960 



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Item 2A:00 Cardiovascular Drugs 



3759 



2A;0A;00 Cardiac Drugs 

387 Procainamide HCl 

750aig LA Tab 

388 Propafenone HCl 

150mg Tab 

389 Propafenone HCl 

300mg Tab 

390 Propranolol 

80Îig LA Cap 

391 Propranolol 

IZOmg LA Cap 

392 Propranolol 

160mg LA Cap 

393 Propranolol 

lOmg Tab 



394 Propranolol 
20mg Tab 



395 Propranolol 
AOmg Tab 



396 Propranolol 
BOrag Tab 



397 Propranolol 
120iiig Tab 



398 Quinidine Bisulfate 

250mg Tab 

399 Quinidine Gluconate 

324mg LA Tab 

400 Quinidine Gluconate 

325ing Tab 



00638684 Procan SR 
00603708 Rythmol 
00603716 Rythaol 
00566950 Inderal L.A. 
00587931 Inderal L.A. 
00511668 Inderal L.A. 



00002658 Inderal 
00402788 Apo-Propranolol 
00496480 Novo-Pranol 
00523402 Propranolol 
00582255 PMS-Propranolol 



00489859 Inderal-20 
00663719 Apo-Propranolol 
00740675 Novo-Pranol 



00002666 Inderal 
00402753 Apo-Propranolol 
00496499 Novo-Pranol 
00523399 Propranolol 
00582263 PMS-Propranolol 



00313602 
00402761 
00496502 
00523380 
00582271 



00456578 
00504335 
00549657 
00582298 



Inderal 

Apo-Propranolol 

Novo-Pranol 

Propranolol 

PMS-Propranolol 



Inderal 

Apo-Propranolol 
Novo-Pranol 
PMS-Propranolol 



00249580 
00704644 
00311731 Quinate 



Biquin Durules 
Quinaglute-Duratabs 



PDA 



KNL 



RNL 



ATE 



ATE 



ATE 



AYE 
APX 
NOP 
DTC 
PMS 



AYE 
APX 

NOP 



AYE 

APX 
NOP 
DTC 
PMS 



AYE 
APX 
NOP 
DTC 
PMS 



AYE 
APX 
NOP 
PMS 



AST 



BER 



ROG 



.6060 
.6125 
1.0800 
.5019 
.7142 

.9116 

.0193 



.0367 



.0349 



.0588 



,1120 



.3768 
.6909 
.3700 



961 



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Item 24:00 Cardiovascular Drugs 



O. Reg. 321/90 



24:04:00 Cardiac Drugs 

401 Quinidine Polygalacturonate 

275mg Tab 

402 Quinidine Sulfate 

300mg LA Tab 

403 Quinidine Sulfate 

200mg Tab 



404 Sotalol HCl 

160mg Tab 

405 Timolol Maleate 

5mg Tab 



406 Timolol Maleate 
lOmg Tab 



407 Timolol Maleate 
20mg Tab 



408 Verapamil HCl 
80mg Tab 



409 Verapamil HCl 
120mg Tab 



24:06:00 Antilipemic Drugs 

410 Cholestyramine Resin 

440mg/g Oral Pd-378g Pk 

411 Cholestyramine Resin 

440mg/g Oral Pd- 9g Pouch Pk 

412 Clofibrate 

500mg Cap 



413 Colestipol HCl 

Gran 

414 Gemfibrozil 

300mg Cap 

415 Lovastatin 

20mg Tab 



00026131 Cardioquin 



PFR 



.4500 



00346837 Quinidex Extentabi 


s ROB 


.3686 
.0637 


00004782 Quinidine 


BVE 




00021733 Novo-Quinidin 


NOP 




00023868 Quinidine 


PDA 




00026883 Quinidine 


ROG 




00094412 Quinidine 


DTC 




00441740 Apo-Quinidine 






Sulfate 


APX 





00483923 


Sotacor 


BRI 


.9106 


00353914 
00755842 


Blocadren 
Apo-Timol 


FRS 
APX 


.1705 


00353922 
00755850 


Blocadren 
Apo-Timol 


FRS 
APX 


.2655 


00495611 
00755869 


Blocadren 
Apo-Timol 


FRS 
APX 


.5148 


00554316 
+00867365 


Isoptin 
Verapamil 


SEA 
KNR 


.4864 


00554324 
+00867373 


Isoptin 
Verapamil 


SEA 
KNR 


.7430 



00634093 Questran 



00464880 Questran 



00002038 Atromid-S 
00337382 Novo-Fibrate 
00409472 Claripex 



00642975 Colestid 
00599026 Lopid 
00795860 Mevacor 



BRI 


29 


.0000 


BRI 




.9667 
.0474 


AYE 






NOP 






ICN 






UPJ 




.7483 


PDA 




.4246 


MSD 


1 


.5935 



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3761 



416 



417 



418 



419 



420 



421 



422 



423 



424 



425 



426 



427 



428 



429 



430 



24:06:00 Antilipemic 


Drugs 












Sodium Dextrothyroxine 
2Bg Tab 


00273015 


Choloxin 




FU 


.6805 


Sodium Dextrothyroxine 

4mg Tab 


00009636 


Choloxin 




FU 


.7890 


24:08:00 Hypotensive 


Drugs (For 


Diuretics See 


40:28) 




VTB 
RPF 




Acebutolol 
lOOmg Tab 




00695645 
00726559 


Hon i tan 
Sectral 


.2538 


Acebutolol 
200Big Tab 




00695653 
00726567 


Hon i tan 
Sectral 




WYE 
RPF 


.3798 


Amiloride HCl & Hydrochlorothiazide 

5mg & 50mg Tab 00487813 

00784400 


Moduret 
Apo-Amilzi 


de 


HSD 
AFX 


.2266 


Atenolol 
50mg Tab 




00520683 
00773689 


Tenormin 
Apo-Ateno] 




ICI 
AFX 


.4275 


Atenolol 
lOOmg Tab 




00486833 
00773697 


Tenormin 
Apo-Ateno] 


L 


ICI 
AFX 


.7035 


Atenolol & Chlorthal: 
50 & 25mg Tab 


idone 


00638625 


Tenoretic 


50/25 


ICI 


.5707 


Atenolol & Chlorthal: 
100 & 25mg Tab 


idone 


00638633 


Tenoretic 


100/25 


ICI 


.9354 


Captopril 
12.5mg Tab 




00695661 


Capoten 




sou 


.3720 


Captopril 
25mg Tab 




00546283 


Capoten 




sou 


.4995 


Captopril 
50mg Tab 




00546291 


Capoten 




SQU 


.9305 


Captopril 
lOOmg Tab 




00546305 


Capoten 




SOU 


1.7310 


Chlorthalidone 
50mg Tab 




00010413 
00298964 
00337447 
00360279 
00398365 


Hygroton 

Uridon 

Novo-Thali 

Apo-Chlorl 

Chlorthal] 


idone 

:halidone 

idone 


GEI 

ICN 
NOP 
APX 
DTC 


.0242 


Chlorthalidone 
lOOmg Tab 




00010421 
00293881 
00337455 
00360287 
00398373 


Hygroton 

Uridon 

Novo-Thalidone 

Apo-Chlor thai idone 

Chlorthalidone 


GEI 

ICN 
NOP 
APX 
DTC 


.0399 



963 



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24:08:00 Hypotensive Drugs (For Diuretics See A0;28) 

00259527 Catapres BOE .2480 

00291889 Catapres BOE .4424 

00255432 Declinax HLR .1395 

00269271 Hyperstat SCH 57.6800 

00728314 Cardizem-SR NRD .6455 

00728322 Cardizem-SR NRD .8455 

00728330 Cardizem-SR NRD 1.1235 

00708879 Vasotec FRS .7357 

00670901 Vasotec FRS .8840 

00670928 Vasotec FRS 1.0668 

00016497 Edecrin MSD .2916 

00217743 Lasix HOE .8000 



431 


Clonidine HCl 
O.lmg Tab 


432 


Clonidine HCl 
0.2mg Tab 


433 


Debrisoquine Sulfate" 
lOmg Tab 


434 


Diazoxide 
300mg/20mL Inj Sol-20mL Pk 


435 


Diltiazem HCl 
60mg LA Cap 


436 


Diltiazem HCl 
90mg LA Cap 


437 


Diltiazem HCl 
120mg LA Cap 


438 


Enalapril Maleate 
5mg Tab 


439 


Enalapril Maleate 
lOmg Tab 


440 


Enalapril Maleate 
20mg Tab 


441 


Ethacrynic Acid 
50mg Tab 


442 


Furosemide 
20mg/2mL Inj Sol-2mL Pk 


443 


Furosemide 
lOmg/mL 0/L 


444 


Furosemide 
20mg Tab 



445 



Furosemide 
40mg Tab 



446 



447 



Guanethidine Monosulfate 
lOmg Tab 



Guanethidine Monosulfate 
25mg Tab 



00432342 


Lasix 


HOE 


.1983 
.0062 


00289590 


Lasix 


HOE 




00337730 


Novo-Semide 


NOP 




#00353612 


Furoside 


ICN 




00396788 


Apo-Furosemide 


AFX 




00012580 


Lasix 


HOE 


.0090 


00332275 


Furoside 


ICN 




00337749 


Novo-Semide 


NOP 




00344079 


Uritol 


HOR 




00362166 


Apo-Furosemide 


APX 




00396249 


Furosemide 


DTC 


.0561 


00005509 


Ismelin 


CIB 




00396745 


Apo-Guanethidine 


APX 


.1072 


00005517 


Ismelin 


CIB 




00396753 


Apo-Guanethidine 


APX 





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3763 



2A!08!00 Hypotensive Drugs (For Diuretics See 40;28) 

00005274 



448 Hydralazine HCl 

20iBg/mL Inj Sol-lmL Pk 



449 Hydralazine HCl 

lOmg Tab 

450 Hydralazine HCl 

25mg Tab 



451 Hydralazine HCl 
50mg Tab 



452 Hydrochlorothiazide 
25mg Tab 



453 Hydrochlorothiazide 
50mg Tab 



Apresoline 
00005525 Apresoline 



GIB 3.6780 



00005533 
00759473 



00005541 
00759481 



00016500 
00021474 
00092681 
00326844 



00016519 
00021482 
00092703 
00263907 
00312800 



454 Hydrochlorothiazide & Spironolactone 

25mg & 25mg Tab 00180408 

00613231 



455 Hydrochlorothiazide & Spironolactone 
50mg S. 50mg Tab 



456 Hydrochlorothiazide & Triamterene 

25mg & 50mg Tab 



457 Indapamide 

2.5mg Tab 

458 Labetalol HCl 

100mg/20mL Inj Sol-20mL Pk 

459 Labetalol HCl 

lOOmg Tab 

460 Labetalol HCl 

200mg Tab 

461 Methyldopa 

125mg Tab 



00594377 
00657182 



00181528 
00441775 
00532657 



00564966 
00600822 
00603651 
00603643 



00016551 
00337463 
00353620 
00360252 
00456012 



Apresoline 
Novo-Hylazin 



Apresoline 
Novo-Hylazin 



HydroDIURIL 
Novo-Hydrazide 
Hydrochlorothiazide 
Apo-Hydro 25 



HydroDIURIL 
Novo-Hydrazide 
Hydrochlorothiazide 
Urozide 
Apo-Hydro 50 



Aldactazide-25 
Novo-Spirozine-25 

Aldactazide-50 
Novo-Spiro2ine-50 



Dyazide 

Apo-Triazide 

Novo-Triamzide 



Lozide 
Trandate 
Trandate 
Trandate 



Aldomet 

Novo-Medopa 

Dopamet 

Apo-Methyldopa 

Methyldopa 



CIB 



CIB 
NOP 



CIB 
NOP 



HSD 
NOP 
DTC 
APX 



HSD 
NOP 
DTC 
ICN 
APX 



SEA 
NOP 



SEA 
NOP 



SRF 

APX 
NOP 



SEV 



.1295 
.1662 

.2618 

.0058 

.0066 



.1065 



.2751 



.0517 



.4365 



GLA 


15 


.8500 


GLA 




.2072 


GLA 




.3663 
.0359 


NSD 






NOP 






ICN 






APX 






DTC 







965 



3764 



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Item 24:00 Cardiovascular Drugs 



24;08;00 Hypotensive Drugs (For Diuretics See A0;28) 



462 



Methyldopa 
250mg Tab 



463 Methyldopa 
500mg Tab 



464 Methyldopa & Hydrochlorothiazide 
250mg & 15mg Tab 



465 Methyldopa & Hydrochlorothiazide 
250mg & 25mg Tab 



466 Metolazone 

2.5mg Tab 

467 Metolazone 

5mg Tab 

468 Metolazone 

lOmg Tab 

469 Metoprolol Tartrate 

lOOmg LA Tab 

470 Metoprolol Tartrate 

200mg LA Tab 



471 Metoprolol Tartrate 
50mg Tab 



472 Metoprolol Tartrate 
lOOmg Tab 



00016578 Aldomet 
00250392 Dopamet 
00337471 Novo-Medopa 
00360260 Apo-Methyldopa 
00456004 Methyldopa 



00016586 Aldomet 
00337498 Novo-Medopa 
00353639 Dopamet 
00426830 Apo-Methyldopa 



00140589 Aldoril-15 
00363642 Novo-Doparil-15 
004417(5% Apo-Methazide-15 
00584967 PMS-Dopazide-15 



00140597 Aldoril-25 
00363634 Novo-Doparil-25 
00441716 Apo-Methazide-25 
00584975 PMS-Dopazide-25 



00301663 Zaroxolyn 

00301698 Zaroxolyn 

00301671 Zaroxolyn 

00658855 Lopresor SR 

00497827 Betaloc Durules 
00534560 Lopresor SR 



.0607 



HSD 




ICN 




APX 




DTC 






.1159 


MSD 




NOP 




ICN 




APX 






.0681 


MSD 




NOP 




APX 




PMS 






.0704 


MSD 




NOP 




APX 




PMS 




PWC 


.1269 


PWC 


.1661 



PWC 



GEI 



AST 
GEI 



.2189 



,3308 



.6175 
.5620 

,1231 



00397423 Lopresor GEI 

00402605 Betaloc AST 

00618632 Apo-Metoprolol APX 

00648035 Novo-Metoprol NOP 
00749354 Apo-Metoprolol (Type 

L) APX 
00842648 Novo-Metoprol 

(Uncoated) NOP 



00397431 Lopresor GEI 

00402540 Betaloc AST 

00618640 Apo-Metoprolol APX 

00648043 Novo-Metoprol NOP 
00751170 Apo-Metoprolol (Type 

L) APX 
00842656 Novo-Metoprol 

(Uncoated) NOP 



,2234 



966 



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3765 



24;08;00 Hypotensive Drugs (For Diuretics See 40:28) 



473 Hinoxidil 

2. Sag Tab 

474 Hinoxidil 

lOmg Tab 

475 Nadolol 

40rag Tab 



476 Nadolol 

80mg Tab 



477 Nadolol 

160iBg Tab 



478 Nifedipine 

lOmg LA Tab 

479 Nifedipine 

20mg LA Tab 

480 Oxprenolol HCl 

80mg LA Tab 

481 Oxprenolol HCl 

160ing LA Tab 

482 Oxprenolol HCl 

20ing Tab 

483 Oxprenolol HCl 

40mg Tab 

484 Oxprenolol HCl 

80mg Tab 

485 Pindolol 

5iDg Tab 



486 Pindolol 
lOng Tab 



487 Pindolol 
15mg Tab 



488 Pindolol & Hydrochlorothiazide 
lOmg & 25nig Tab 



00514497 Loniten 



00514500 Loniten 



00607126 Corgard 
00782505 Apo-Nadol 
00851663 Syn-Nadolol 



00463256 Corgard 
00782467 Apo-Nadol 
00851671 Syn-Nadolol 



00523372 Corgard 
00782475 Apo-Nadol 
00851698 Syn-Nadolol 



00692727 Adalat Pa 10 



00692735 Adalat Pa 20 



00534579 Slow-Trasicor 



00534587 Slow-Trasicor 



00402567 Trasicor 



00402575 Trasicor 



00402583 Trasicor 



00417270 Visken 
00755877 Apo-Pindol 
00818615 Syn-Pindolol 



00443174 Visken 
00755885 Apo-Pindol 
00818593 Syn-Pindolol 



00417289 Visken 
00755893 Apo-Pindol 
00818607 Syn-Pindolol 



00568627 Viskazide 10/25 



UPJ 


.2890 


UPJ 


.6375 


sou 

APX 
STP 


.3408 


SOU 
APX 
SYP 


.4621 


SQU 
APX 
SYP 


.8670 


MIT 


.4280 


NIT 


.6710 



CIB 



.3576 



CIB 


.7152 


CIB 


.1318 


CIB 


.2358 


CIB 


.3536 




.2872 


SAN 




APX 




SYP 






.4961 


SAN 




APX 




SYP 






.7280 


SAN 




SYP 





SAN 



.6671 



967 



3766 



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O. Reg. 321/90 



Item 24:00 Cardiovascular Drugs 



489 
490 
491 
492 
493 
494 
495 
496 



497 



498 



24:08:00 Hypotensive Drugs (For Diuretics See 40; 28) 

Pindolol & Hydrochlorothiazide 
lOmg & 50mg Tab 

Prazosin HCl 
Img Tab 

Prazosin HCl 
2mg Tab 

Prazosin HCl 
5mg Tab 

Propranolol 
80mg LA Cap 

Propranolol 
120mg LA Cap 

Propranolol 
160mg LA Cap 

Propranolol 
lOmg Tab 



Propranolol 
20mg Tab 



499 



500 



501 



502 



Propranolol 
40mg Tab 



Propranolol 
80mg Tab 



Propranolol 
120mg Tab 



Propranolol & Hydrochlorothiazide 
40mg & 25mg Tab 

Propranolol & Hydrochlorothiazide 
80mg & 25mg Tab 



00568635 


Viskazide 10/50 


SAN 


.6671 


00560952 


Minipress 


PFI 


.2507 


00560960 


Minipress 


PFI 


.3404 


00560979 


Minipress 


PFI 


.4679 


00566950 


Inderal L.A. 


AYE 


.5019 


00587931 


Inderal L.A. 


AYE 


.7142 


00511668 


Inderal L.A. 


AYE 


.9116 


00002658 
00402788 
00496480 
00523402 
00582255 


Inderal 

Apo-Propranolol 

Novo-Pranol 

Propranolol 

PMS-Propranolol 


AYE 
APX 
NOP 
DTC 
PMS 


.0193 


00489859 
00663719 
00740675 


Inderal-20 

Apo-Propranolol 

Novo-Pranol 


AYE 
APX 
NOP 


.0367 


00002666 
00402753 
00496499 
00523399 
00582263 


Inderal 

Apo-Propranolol 

Novo-Pranol 

Propranolol 

PMS-Propranolol 


AYE 
APX 
NOP 
DTC 
PMS 


.0349 


00313602 
00402761 
00496502 
00523380 
00582271 


Inderal 

Apo-Propranolol 

Novo-Pranol 

Propranolol 

PMS-Propranolol 


AYE 
APX 
NOP 
DTC 
PMS 


.0588 


00456578 
00504335 
00549657 
00582298 


Inderal 

Apo-Propranolol 
Novo-Pranol 
PMS-Propranolol 


AYE 
APX 
NOP 
PMS 


.1120 


00465313 


Inderide 40 


AYE 


.4162 


00465321 


Inderide 80 


AYE 


.6446 



968 



O. Reg. 321/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

I ten 24:00 Cardiovascular Drugs 



3767 



2A;08;00 Hypotensive Drugs (For Diuretics See 40:28) 

00093211 Reserpine 



503 Reserpine 
O.lmg Tab 



504 Reserpine 

0.23iig Tab 



505 Sodium Nitroprusside Dihydrate 

Inj Pd-50mg Pk 

506 Sotalol ecl 

160iBg Tab 

507 Spironolactone 

25nig Tab 



508 Spironolactone 
lOOmg Tab 



509 Terazosin HCl 

Img Tab 

510 Terazosin HCl 

2ing Tab 

511 Terazosin HCl 

5ing Tab 

512 Timolol Maleate 

5mg Tab 

513 Timolol Haleate 

lOmg Tab 

514 Timolol Haleate 

20mg Tab 

515 Timolol Haleate & Hydrochlorothiazide 

lOmg & 25mg Tab 

516 Verapamil HCl 

240mg LA Tab 

24:12:00 Vasodilating Drugs 



00005665 Serpasil 
00021784 Novo-Reserpine 
00093238 Reserpine 



00336459 Nipride 

00483923 Sotacor 

00028606 Aldactone 
00613215 Novo-Spiroton 

00285455 Aldactone 
00613223 Novo-Spiroton 

00818658 Hytrin 

00818682 Hytrin 

00818666 Hytrin 

00353914 Blocadren 
00755842 Apo-Timol 

00353922 Blocadren 
00755850 Apo-Timol 

00495611 Blocadren 
00755869 Apo-Timol 

00509353 Timolide 

00742554 Isoptin SR 



517 Isosorbide Dinitrate 

20mg LA Tab 

518 Isosorbide Dinitrate 

5mg SL Tab 



00740721 Cedocard SR 
00786683 Coradur-SR 



00243116 Isordil 
00446661 Coronex 



Die 


.0282 




.0107 


GIB 




NOP 




DTC 




HLR 


13.8850 


BRI 


.9106 




.0857 


SEA 




NOP 






.2625 


SEA 




NOP 




ABB 


.5513 


ABB 


.6356 


ARB 


.8625 




.1705 


FRS 




APX 






.2655 


FRS 




APX 






.5148 


FRS 




APX 




FRS 


.3947 


SEA 


1.3340 



FMS 
GLA 



VTE 
ATE 



.3000 



.0470 



969 



3768 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 24:00 Cardiovascular Drugs 



O. Reg. 321/90 



24;12;00 Vasodilating Drugs 

519 Isosorbide Dinitrate 
lOmg Tab 



520 Isosorbide Dinitrate 
30mg Tab 



521 Nitroglycerin 

Img LA Tab 

522 Nitroglycerin 

2mg LA Tab 

523 Nitroglycerin 

3mg LA Tab 

524 Nitroglycerin 

5mg LA Tab 

525 Nitroglycerin 

IX Oint 



526 Nitroglycerin 

0.4mg/metered dose Spray-200 dose 
Pk 

527 Nitroglycerin 

0.3mg SL Tab-100 Pk 



528 * Nitroglycerin 

0.6mg SL Tab-100 Pk 



529 Pentaerythritol Tetranitrate 

lOmg Tab 

530 Pentaerythritol Tetranitrate 

20mg Tab 

531 Pentaerythritol Tetranitrate 

80mg Tab 



,0188 



00208973 Isordil 
00441686 Apo-ISDN 
00446688 Coronex 
00458686 Novo-Sorbide 



00279536 Isordil 
00441694 Apo-ISDN 
00446696 Coronex 
00458694 Novo-Sorbide 



00749362 Nitrogard-SR 
00749397 Nitrogard-SR 
00749389 Nitrogard-SR 
00749370 Nitrogard-SR 



00442925 Nitro-Bid 
00525529 Nitrong 
00608785 Nitrol 



00695726 Nitrolingual 



#00015954 Nitroglycerin 
00037613 Nitrostat 



#00015962 Nitroglycerin 
00037621 Nitrostat 



00476595 Peritrate 



00476609 Peritrate 



00476579 Peritrate Forte 



WYE 




AFX 




AYE 




NOP 






.0403 


WYE 




APX 




AYE 




NOP 




AST 


.1670 


AST 


.2010 


AST 


.2345 


AST 


.3015 


ROU 


.1600 


RPP 


.1497 


ROR 


.1867 


ROR 


11.1500 




2.5000 


LIL 




PDA 






2.5000 


LIL 




PDA 




PDA 


.1084 


PDA 


.1460 


PDA 


.2593 



970 



O. Reg. 321/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 28:00 Central Nervous Systea Drugs 



3769 



28:08:00 Analgesics 

532 Acetaminophen 

16Bg/aL 0/L 

533 Acetaminophen 

80mg/mL 0/L 



534 Acetaminophen 

120mg Sup 

535 Acetaminophen 

325mg Sup 



536 



537 



538 



539 



540 



541 



542 



Acetaminophen 
650mg Sup 

* Acetaminophen 
325mg Tab 



* Acetaminophen 
500mg Tab 



00658049 Robigesic 

00631353 Atasol 
00642401 Tempra 

00553328 Abenol 

00646156 Abenol 



ROB 



HOR 
MJO 



BEE 



BEE 



,0334 
.1868 

.5610 
.7122 



Acetaminophen & Codeine Phosphate 
160mg & 8mg/5mL 0/L 

Acetaminophen & Codeine Phosphate 
300mg & 30mg Tab 



Acetaminophen & Codeine Phosphate 
300mg & 60mg Tab 



Acetaminophen Compound with Codeine 
15mg Tab 



00553336 


Abenol 


BEE 


.8135 
.0131 


00277193 


Rounox 


ROG 




00293482 


Atasol 


HOR 




00330876 


Robigesic 


ROB 




00361046 


Acetaminophen 


SDR 




#00373710 


Exdol 


FRS 




00374148 


Acetaminophen 


VAH 




00389218 


Novo-Gesic 


NOP 




00522511 


Panadol 


STP 




00544981 


Apo-Acetaminophen 


APX 




00589241 


Acetaminophen 


DPC 


.0170 


00013668 


Atasol Forte 


HOR 




#00446114 


Exdol Strong 


FRS 




00482323 


Novo-Gesic Forte 


NOP 




00524891 


Panadol Extra 








Strength 


STP 




00545007 


Apo-Acetaminophen 


APX 




00567663 


Acetaminophen 


WAM 




00589233 


Acetaminophen Extra 








Strength 


DPC 




00594814 


Acetaminophen 


SDR 




00685143 


Tylenol with Codeine 


MCN 


.0685 
.0459 


00608882 


Emtec-30 


TCH 




00666130 


Empracet-30 


BVE 


.1650 


00396516 


Tylenol No. 4 


MCN 




00621463 


Lenoltec No. 4 


TCH 




00666149 


Empracet-60 


BVE 


.0326 


00293504 


Atasol-15 


HOR 




00372331 


Exdol-15 


FRS 




00425370 


Tylenol No. 2 


MCN 




00653241 


Lenoltec No. 2 


TCH 




00687200 


Novo-Gesic C-15 


NOP 





971 



3770 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



O. Reg. 321/90 



28:08:00 Analgesics 

543 Acetaminophen Compound with Codeine 
30mg Tab 



544 * Acetylsalicylic Acid 
325mg Ent Tab 



545 * Acetylsalicylic Acid 
650mg Ent Tab 



546 Acetylsalicylic Acid 

975mg Ent Tab 

547 Acetylsalicylic Acid 

150mg Sup 

548 Acetylsalicylic Acid 

160mg Sup 

549 Acetylsalicylic Acid 

320mg Sup 

550 Acetylsalicylic Acid 

640mg Sup 

551 Acetylsalicylic Acid 

650mg Sup 

552 * Acetylsalicylic Acid 

325mg Tab otc 500 Pk 



553 Acetylsalicylic Acid & Codeine 

325mg & 30mg Tab 

554 Acetylsalicylic Acid & Codeine 

650mg & 30mg Tab 

555 Acetylsalicylic Acid Compound with 

Codeine 
15mg Tab 



556 Acetylsalicylic Acid Compound with 
Codeine 
30mg Tab 



557 Anileridine HCl 
25mg Tab 



00293512 Atasol-30 HOR 

00372358 Exdol-30 FRS 

00425389 Tylenol No. 3 MCN 

00653276 Lenoltec No. 3 TCH 

00687219 Novo-Gesic C-30 NOP 



00010332 Entrophen FRS 

00216666 Novasen NOP 



00010340 Entrophen FRS 

00229296 Novasen NOP 



00419508 Entrophen FRS 

00451738 Sal-Infant BEE 

00377961 Supasa NRD 

00315117 Supasa NRD 

00315133 Supasa NRD 

00451746 Sal-Adult BEE 



00036145 ASA WAM 

00040851 ASA LEA 

00092754 ASA DTC 



00406112 Coryphen 325-30 ROG 
00406104 Coryphen 650-30 ROG 



00095508 AC & C DTC 

00108103 282 FRS 

00604496 Ancasal 15 SAN 



00095516 AC & C DTC 

00219843 292 FRS 

00604518 Ancasal 30 SAN 



00010014 Leritine FRS 



972 



O. Reg. 321/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

I ten 28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



3771 



28; 08; 00 Analgesics 

538 Anileridine Phosphate 

25mg/BL Inj So1-1bL Pk 

559 Choline Salicylate & Magnesium 

Salicylate 
Tab 

560 Codeine Phosphate 

30ii«/«L Inj Sol-lmL Pk 

561 Codeine Phosphate 

5mg/mL 0/L 



562 Codeine Phosphate 
15mg Tab 



563 Codeine Phosphate 
30ng Tab 



564 Codeine Phosphate 
60mg Tab 



565 Diclofenac Sodium 
25mg Ent Tab 



566 Diclofenac Sodium 
50ag Ent Tab 



567 Diclofenac Sodium 

lOOmg LA Tab 

568 Diclofenac Sodium 

50mg Sup 

569 Diclofenac Sodium 

lOOmg Sup 

570 Diflunisal 

250mg Tab 

571 Diflunisal 

500mg Tab 

572 Fenoprofen Calciua 

300mg Cap 

573 Fenoprofen Calcium 

600mg Tab 



00009857 Leritine 



00449636 Trilisate 



00303879 Codeine 



00093114 Codeine 

00470651 Codeine Phosphate 

00779474 Codeine 



00003220 Codeine 
00018686 Codeine 
00093122 Codeine 
00593435 Codeine Phosphate 



00003239 Codeine 
00018694 Codeine 
00093130 Codeine 
00593451 Codeine Phosphate 



00003247 Codeine 
00093149 Codeine 



00514004 Voltaren 
00808539 Novo-Difenac 



00514012 Voltaren 
00808547 Novo-Difenac 



00590827 Voltaren SR 



00632724 Voltaren 



00632732 Voltaren 



00587699 Dolobid 



00576131 Dolobid 



00328642 Nalfon 



00345504 Nalfon 



FRS 1.7572 



PFR 



,1805 



GLA 


.5716 


ore 

SDR 
NDA 


.0188 


GLA 
HDA 

DTC 

TCH 


.0509 


GLA 
NDA 
DTC 

TCH 


.0730 


GLA 
DTC 


.1864 


GRT 
NOP 


.2144 


GEI 
NOP 


.4287 


GEI 


1.1870 


GEI 


.9040 


GEI 


1.2173 


FRS 


.5200 



FRS 



LIL 



.6362 



.2653 



LIL .4757 



973 



3772 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



O. Reg. 321/90 



28;08:00 Analgesics 



574 


Floctafenine 
200mg Tab 


575 


Floctafenine 
AOOmg Tab 


576 


Flurbiprofen 
50mg Tab 


577 


Flurbiprofen 
lOOmg Tab 


578 


Hydromorphone HCl 
Img/mL Oral Sol 


579 


Hydromorphone HCl 
2mg/mL Inj Sol-lmL Pk 


580 


Hydromorphone HCl 
lOmg/mL Inj Sol-lmL Pk 


581 


Hydromorphone HCl 
3mg Sup 


582 


Hydromorphone HCl 
Img Tab 


583 


Hydromorphone HCl 
2mg Tab 


58A 


Hydromorphone HCl 
4mg Tab 


585 


Hydromorphone HCl 
8mg Tab 


586 


Ibuprofen 
200mg Cap 


587 


Ibuprofen 
300mg Cap 


588 


Ibuprofen 
400mg Cap 


589 


Ibuprofen 
200mg Tab 


590 


Ibuprofen 
300mg Tab 



00638668 Idarac 



00754153 Idarac 



00593346 Froben 
00647942 Ansaid 



00593354 Froben 
00600792 Ansaid 



h00786535 Dilaudid 



00627100 Dilaudid 



00622133 Dilaudid-HP 



00125105 Dilaudid 



00705438 Dilaudid 



00125083 Dilaudid 



00125121 Dilaudid 



00786543 Dilaudid 



00443182 Amersol 



00443190 Amersol 



00443204 Amersol 



00441643 Apo-Ibuprofen 
#00606197 Ibuprofen 
00629324 Novo-Profen 



00327794 Motrin 
00441651 Apo-Ibuprofen 
00606200 Ibuprofen 
00629332 Novo-Profen 



WIN 



WIN 



ORG 
UPJ 



ORG 
UPJ 



KNL 



KNL 



KNL 



KNL 



KNL 



KNL 



KNL 



,3317 



,5775 



.3495 
.4151 



.4665 
.5680 



.0887 



KNL 1.1680 



3.0350 
2.5167 
.1305 
.1965 
.3075 
.4800 



HOR 


.1558 


HOR 


.1677 


HOR 


.2137 




.0365 


APX 




KNR 




NOP 






.0493 


UPJ 




APX 




KNR 




NOP 





974 



O. Reg. 321/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



3773 



28:08:00 Analgesics 

591 Ibuprofen 
AOOmg Tab 



592 Ibuprofen 
600mg Tab 



593 Indomethacin 
25mg Cap 



594 Indomethacin 
50mg Cap 



595 Indomethacin 

75mg LA Cap 

596 Indomethacin 

50mg Sup 

597 Indomethacin 

lOOmg Sup 

598 Ketoprofen 

50mg Cap 



599 Ketoprofen 

50mg Ent Tab 

600 Ketoprofen 

lOOmg Ent Tab 

601 Ketoprofen 

200mg LA Tab 

602 Ketoprofen 

lOOmg Sup 



603 Levorphanol Tartrate 

2mg/mL Inj Sol-lmL Pk 

604 Levorphanol Tartrate 

2mg Tab 

605 Mefenamic Acid 

250mg Cap 

606 Meperidine HCl 

50mg/mL Inj Sol-lmL Pk 



.0640 



00364142 Motrin 
00506052 Apo-Ibuprofen 
00606219 Ibuprofen 
00629340 Novo-Profen 



00484911 Motrin 
00585114 Apo-Ibuprofen 
00606227 Ibuprofen 
00629359 Novo-Profen 



00016039 Indocid 
00337420 Novo-Methacin 
00611158 Apo-Indomethacin 



00016047 Indocid 
00337439 Novo-Methacin 
00611166 Apo-Indomethacin 



00463248 Indocid SR 
00594466 Indocid 
00016233 Indocid 



00336440 Orudis 
t-00761664 Rhodis 
00790427 Apo-Keto 



00566888 Orudis E- 50 
00663735 Orudis E-lOO 
00817201 Orudis SR-200 



00499544 Orudis 
00761699 Rhodis 



00012904 Levo-Dromoran 
00013366 Levo-Dromoran 
00155225 Ponstan 
00036242 Demerol 



UPJ 




APX 




KNR 




MOP 






.0816 


UPJ 




APX 




KNR 




NOP 






.1082 


MSD 




NOP 




APX 






.1874 


HSD 




NOP 




APX 




HSD 


.9814 


MSD 


.9693 


MSD 


1.3030 




.2005 


RPP 




RHP 




APX 




RPP 


.3085 


RPP 


.6170 


RPP 


1.2990 




1.3716 


RPP 




RHP 




HLR 


1 . 5000 


HLR 


.2250 


PDA 


.4796 


VIN 


.2540 



975 



3774 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



O. Reg. 321/90 



28; 08; 00 Analgesics 



607 


Meperidine HCl 
75mg/mL Inj Sol- 


ImL 


Pk 


608 


Meperidine HCl 
lOOmg/mL Inj Sol 


-ImL Pk 


609 


Meperidine HCl 
1500mg/30mL Inj 


Sol- 


-30mL Pk 


610 


Meperidine HCl 
50mg Tab 






611 


Morphine HCl 
Img/mL 0/L 






612 


Morphine HCl 
5mg/mL 0/L 






613 


Morphine HCl 
lOmg/mL 0/L 






614 


Morphine HCl 
20mg/mL 0/L 






615 


Morphine HCl 
50mg/mL 0/L 






616 


Morphine HCl 
lOmg Sup 






617 


Morphine HCl 
20mg Sup 






618 


Morphine HCl 
30mg Sup 






619 


Morphine HCl 
lOmg Tab 






620 


Morphine HCl 
20mg Tab 






621 


Morphine HCl 
40mg Tab 






622 


Morphine HCl 
60mg Tab 






623 


Morphine Sulfate 
15mg/mL Inj Sol- 


-ImL 


Pk 


62A 


Morphine Sulfate 
50mg/mL Inj Sol- 


■ ImL 


Pk 


625 


Morphine Sulfate 
15mg LA Tab 







00033294 Demerol 


WIN 




.2764 


00033308 Demerol 


WIN 




.2996 


00990493 Demerol 


WIN 


5 


.4000 


00033685 Demerol 


WIN 




.0970 
.0208 


00486582 M.O.S. 


ICN 






00607762 Morphitec-1 


TCH 




.0809 


00514217 M.O.S. 


ICN 






00607770 Morphitec- 5 


TCH 




.1911 


00632503 M.O.S. 


ICN 






00690783 Morphitec-lO 


TCH 




.5037 


00632481 M.O.S. 


ICN 






00690791 Morphitec-20 


TCH 






00690236 M.O.S. Cone 50 


ICN 


1 


.1113 


00624268 M.O.S. 


ICN 


1 


.6745 


00624276 M.O.S. 


ICN 


2 


.0080 


00636681 M.O.S. 


ICN 


2 


.2253 


00690198 M.O.S. -10 


ICN 




.2525 


00690201 M.O.S. -20 


ICN 




.2901 


00690228 M.O.S. -40 


ICN 




.3769 


00690244 M.O.S. -60 


ICN 




.5233 


00335371 Morphine 


GLA 




.4965 


00617288 Morphine HP-50 


SAB 


2 


.8000 


00665134 MS Contin 


PFR 




.5350 



976 



O. Reg. 321/90 THE ONfTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



3775 



28; 08; 00 Analgesics 

626 Horphine Sulfate 
30mg LA Tab 

627 Horphine Sulfate 
60mg LA Tab 

628 Morphine Sulfate 
lOOmg LA Tab 

\ 629 Horphine Sulfate 
Img/mL 0/L 

630 Morphine Sulfate 
5mg/mL 0/L 

631 Morphine Sulfate 
20mg/mL Oral Drops 

632 Morphine Sulfate 
5mg Tab 

633 Morphine Sulfate 
lOmg Tab 

634 Horphine Sulfate 
25mg Tab 

635 Morphine Sulfate 
50mg Tab 

636 Naproxen 
25mg/mL 0/L 

637 Naproxen 
500mg Sup 

638 Naproxen 
125mg Tab 



^ 



639 Naproxen 

250mg Tab 



6A0 Naproxen 

375mg Tab 



641 Naproxen 

500mg Tab 



00665142 MS Contin 
00665150 MS Contin 
00665169 HS Contin 
00591467 Statex 
00591475 Statex 
00621935 Statex 
00594652 Statex 
00594644 Statex 
00594636 Statex 
00675962 Statex 
00587923 Naprosyn 
00531022 Naprosyn 



00299413 Naprosyn 
00522678 Apo-Naproxen 
00565369 Novo-Naprox 
00615307 Naxen 



00335193 Naprosyn 
00522651 Apo-Naproxen 
00565350 Novo-Naprox 
00615315 Naxen 



00583367 Naprosyn 
00600806 Apo-Naproxen 
00615323 Naxen 
00627097 Novo-Naprox 



00525537 Naprosyn 
00589861 Novo-Naprox 
00592277 Apo-Naproxen 
00615331 Naxen 



PFR 


.8150 


PFR 


1 . 4300 


PFR 


2.1850 


PNS 


.0231 


PNS 


.0735 


PNS 


.3520 


PHS 


.1100 


PHS 


.1625 


PHS 


.2100 


PHS 


.3200 


STN 


.0560 


SYN 


1.2017 


STN 
APX 


.0640 


STP 




STN 
APX 
NOP 
SYP 


.1300 


SYN 
APX 
SYP 
NOP 


.1780 


SYN 
NOP 
APX 
STP 


.2580 



977 



3776 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



O. Reg. 321/90 



28:08:00 Analgesics 

642 Oxycodone HCl & Acetaminophen 
5mg & 325mg Tab 



643 Oxycodone HCl & Acetylsalicylic 
5mg & 325mg Tab 



644 Oxymorphone HCl 

1.5mg/mL Inj Sol-lmL Pk 

645 Oxymorphone HCl 

5mg Sup 

646 Pentazocine 

30mg/mL Inj Sol-lmL Pk 

647 Pentazocine 

50mg Tab 

648 Phenylbutazone 

lOOmg Ent Tab 

649 Phenylbutazone 

lOOmg Tab 



650 Piroxicam 
lOmg Cap 



,1445 



Acid 



651 Piroxicam 
20mg Cap 



00574384 
00580201 
00608165 


Endocet 

Percocet 

Oxycocet 


END 
DUP 
TCH 




00574392 
00580236 
00608157 


Endodan 

Percodan 

Oxycodan 


END 
DUP 
TCH 


.1749 


00585688 


Numorphan 


DUP 


2.7360 


00585661 


Numorphan 


DUP 


3.0860 


00036277 


Talwin 


WIN 


.7208 


00033731 


Talwin 


WIN 


.2965 


00258377 


Intrabutazone 


ORG 


.2250 


00010502 
00021660 
00093041 
00312789 


Butazolidin 
Novo-Butazone 
Phenylbutazone 
Apo-Phenylbutazone 


GEI 
NOP 
DTC 
APX 


.0121 


00525596 
00642886 
00695718 


Feldene 

Apo-Piroxicam 

Novo-Pirocam 


PFI 
APX 
NOP 


.4340 


00525618 
00642894 
00695696 


Feldene 

Apo-Piroxicam 

Novo-Pirocam 


PFI 
APX 
NOP 


.7491 



652 
653 
654 

655 
656 



Piroxicam 
lOmg Sup 

Piroxicam 
20mg Sup 

Propoxyphene 
Cap 



Propoxyphene 
65mg Tab 

Sulindac 
150mg Tab 



00632708 Feldene 



PFI 



.9467 



00632716 


Feldene 


PFI 


1.5777 


00151351 
00261432 


Novo-Propoxyn 
Darvon-N 


NOP 

LIL 


.0330 


00010081 


642 


FRS 


.1011 


00456888 
00745588 
00778354 


Clinoril 

Novo-Sundac 

Apo-Sulin 


FRS 
NOP 
APX 


.4041 



978 



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Item 28:00 Central Nervous Systen Drugs 



3777 



28; 08; 00 Analgesics 

657 Sulindac 

200iiig Tab 



658 Tiaprofenic Acid 

200mg Tab 

659 Tiaprofenic Acid 

300mg Tab 

660 Tolaetin Sodiua 

400mg Cap 

661 Tolmetin Sodium 

200mg Tab 

662 Tolmetin Sodium 

600mg Tab 

28; 10:00 Narcotic Antagonists 

663 Naloxone HCl 

0.4mg/mL Inj Sol-lmL Pk 

28:12:00 Anticonvulsants 

664 Carbamazepine 

lOOmg Chew Tab 

665 Carbamazepine 

200mg Chew Tab 

666 Carbamazepine 

200mg Tab 



667 Clonazepam 

0.5mg Tab 

668 Clonazepam 

2mg Tab 

669 Divalproex Sodium 

125mg Ent Tab 

670 Divalproex Sodium 

250mg Ent Tab 

671 Divalproex Sodium 

500mg Ent Tab 

672 Ethosuximide 

250mg Cap 

673 Ethosuximide 

50mg/mL 0/L 



,5118 



00432369 


Clinoril 


FRS 




00745596 


Novo-Sundac 


NOP 




00778362 


Apo-Sulin 


APX 




00589926 


Surgam 


ROU 


.5100 


00589934 


Surgam 


ROU 


.6155 


00484938 


Tolectin DS 


MCN 


.5194 


00364126 


Tolectin 


HCN 


.3572 


00632740 


Tolectin 


HON 


.7258 



00589020 Narcan 

00369810 Tegretol Chew Tabs 
00665088 Tegretol Chew Tabs 



00010405 Tegretol 
00402699 Apo-Carbamazepine 
00504742 Mazepine 
00782718 Novo-Carbamaz 



00382825 Rivotril 
00382841 Rivotril 
00596418 Epival 
00596426 Epival 
00596434 Epival 
00022799 Zarontin 
00023485 Zarontin 



DUP 8.4980 



CEI 



1076 



CEI 


.2123 




.0879 


CEI 




APX 




ICN 




NOP 




HLR 


.1705 


HLR 


.2930 


ABB 


.1944 


ABB 


.3493 


ABB 


.6988 


PDA 


.2520 


PDA 


.0504 



979 



3778 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



O. Reg. 321/90 



674 
675 
676 
677 

678 

679 

680 

681 

682 
683 
68A 
685 
686 
687 
688 



28; 12; 00 Anticonvulsants 

Mephenytoin 
lOOmg Tab 

Mephobarbital 
lOOmg Tab 

Methsuximide 
300mg Cap 

Phénobarbital 
4mg/inL 0/L 



Phénobarbital 
15ing Tab 



Phénobarbital 
30mg Tab 



Phénobarbital 
60mg Tab 



Phénobarbital 
lOOmg Tab 



Phensuximide 
500mg Cap 



00027421 Mesantoin 



00033707 Mebaral 



00022802 Celontin 



00588180 Phénobarbital 
00604585 Phénobarbital 



00023795 Phénobarbital 
00093505 Phénobarbital 
00271276 Phenobarbital- 
00604542 Phénobarbital 



00023809 Phénobarbital 
00093521 Phénobarbital 
00293903 Phenobarbital- 
00604550 Phénobarbital 



00023817 Phénobarbital 
00093556 Phénobarbital 
00320714 Phenobarbital- 



00093564 Phénobarbital 
00344036 Phenobarbital- 
00604577 Phénobarbital 



#00022810 Milontin 



Phenytoin (Diphenylhydantoin) 
6mg/mL 0/L 

Phenytoin (Diphenylhydantoin) 
25mg/mL 0/L 

Phenytoin (Diphenylhydantoin) 
50mg Tab 

Phenytoin (Diphenylhydantoin) Sodium 
30mg Cap 

Phenytoin (Diphenylhydantoin) Sodium 
lOOmg Cap 

Phenytoin (Diphenylhydantoin) Sodium 
100mg/2mL Inj Sol-2mL Pk 



00023442 Dilantin 



00023450 Dilantin 



00023698 Dilantin 



00022772 Dilantin 



00022780 Dilantin 



00245453 Dilantin 



SAN 



WIN 



PDA 





DTC 




SAN 




PDA 




DTC 


ICN 


ICN 




SAN 




PDA 




DTC 


ICN 


ICN 




SAN 




PDA 




DTC 


ICN 


ICN 




DTC 


ICN 


ICN 




SAN 



PDA 



PDA 



PDA 



PDA 



PDA 



PDA 



PDA 



980 



O. Reg. 321/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



3779 



28:12:00 AnticonvulscUits 



689 Phenytoin (Diphenylhydantoin) Sodium 



250mg/5mL Inj Sol-5«L Pk 



690 Primidone 

125mg Tab 

691 Primidone 

250mg Tab 



692 Valproate Sodium 

50mg/mL 0/L 

693 Valproic Acid 

250mg Cap 

694 Valproic Acid 

500mg Ent Cap 



00271705 Dilantin 



00002623 Mysoline 
00399310 Apo-Primidone 



00002631 Mysoline 
00396761 Apo-Primidone 



00443832 Depakene 
00443840 Depakene 



00507989 Depakene 
28:16:04 Psychotherapeutic Agents Antidepressants 



695 Amitriptyline 

2mg/mL 0/L 

696 Amitriptyline 

lOmg Tab 



697 Amitriptyline 
25mg Tab 



698 Amitriptyline 
50mg Tab 



699 Amoxapine 

25mg Tab 

700 Amoxapine 

50mg Tab 

701 Amoxapine 

lOOmg Tab 

702 Amoxapine 

150mg Tab 

703 Clomipramine HCl 

lOmg Tab 



00016306 Elavil 



00016322 Elavil 
00037400 Novo-Triptyn 
00335053 Apo-Amitriptyline 
00377872 Amitriptyline 



00016330 Elavil 
00037419 Novo-Triptyn 
00335061 Apo-Amitriptyline 
00377880 Amitriptyline 



00016349 Elavil 
00037427 Novo-Triptyn 
00335088 Apo-Amitriptyline 
00377899 Amitriptyline 



00527084 Asendin 
00527092 Asendin 
00527106 Asendin 
00527114 Asendin 
00330566 Anafranil 



PDA 


5.9360 




.0350 


AYE 




APX 






.0561 


AYE 




APX 




ABB 


.0814 


ABB 


.3667 


ABB 


.7335 



HSD 


.0370 




.0057 


MSD 




NOP 




APX 




DTC 






.0076 


HSD 




NOP 




APX 




DTC 






.0163 


HSD 




NOP 




APX 




DTC 




LED 


.1805 


LED 


.2787 


LED 


.5711 


LED 


.8083 


6EI 


.2355 



981 



3780 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



O. Reg. 321/90 



28:16:04 Psychotherapeutic Agents Antidepressants 



00324019 Anafranil 



00402591 Anafranil 



00010448 Pertofrane 
00353868 Norpramin 



00353876 Norpramin 



704 


Clomipramine HCl 
25mg Tab 


705 


Clomipramine HCl 
50mg Tab 


706 


Desipramine 
25mg Tab 


707 


Desipramine 
50mg Tab 


708 


Desipramine 
75mg Tab 


709 


Doxepin HCl 
lOmg Cap 


710 


Doxepin HCl 
25mg Cap 


711 


Doxepin HCl 
50mg Cap 


712 


Doxepin HCl 
75mg Cap 


713 


Doxepin HCl 
lOOmg Cap 


714 


Doxepin HCl 
150mg Cap 


715 


Fluoxetine HCl 
20mg Cap 


716 


Imipramine 
lOmg Tab 



717 



718 



Imipramine 
25mg Tab 



Imipramine 
50mg Tab 



GET 



GEI 



CEI 
MER 



MER 



.3210 

.5910 
.3069 

.5812 



00425265 


Norpramin 


MER 


.8662 
.1362 


00024325 


Sinequan 


PFI 




00842745 


Triadapin 


FIS 


. 167.5 


00024333 


Sinequan 


PFI 




00842753 


Triadapin 


FIS 


.2782 


00024341 


Sinequan 


PFI 




00842761 


Triadapin 


FIS 


.5309 


00400750 


Sinequan 


PFI 




00842788 


Triadapin 


FIS 


.6974 


00326925 


Sinequan 


PFI 




00842796 


Triadapin 


FIS 


.9198 


00584274 


Sinequan 


PFI 




00842818 


Triadapin 


FIS 




00636622 


Prozac 


LIL 


1.4303 
.0057 


00010464 


Tofranil 


GEI 




00021504 


Novo-Pramine 


NOP 




00360201 


Apo-Imipramine 


APX 




00377902 


Imipramine 


DTC 


.0103 


00010472 


Tofranil 


GEI 




00021512 


Novo-Pramine 


NOP 




00312797 


Apo-Imipramine 


APX 




00377910 


Imipramine 


DTC 


.0179 


00010480 


Tofranil 


GEI 




00021520 


Novo-Pramine 


NOP 




00326852 


Apo-Imipramine 


APX 




00377929 


Imipramine 


DTC 





982 



O. Reg. 321/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



3781 



28; 16; 04 Psychotherapeutic Agents Antidepressants 



719 ** Isocarboxazid 

lOmg Tab 

720 Maprotiline HCl 

lOmg Tab 

721 Maprotiline HCl 

25mg Tab 

722 Maprotiline HCl 

50mg Tab 

723 Maprotiline HCl 

75mg Tab 

724 Nortriptyline 

lOmg Cap 

725 Nortriptyline 

25mg Cap 

726 ** Phenelzine Sulfate 

15mg Tab 

727 Protriptyline 

lOmg Tab 

728 ** Tranylcypromine Sulfate 

lOmg Tab 

729 Trazodone Hydrochloride 

50mg Tab 

730 Trazodone Hydrochloride 

lOOmg Tab 

731 Trazodone Hydrochloride 

150mg Tab 

732 Trimipramine 

75mg Cap 



733 Trimipramine 
12.5mg Tab 



734 Trimipramine 
25mg Tab 



735 Trimipramine 
50mg Tab 



00013307 Marplan 
00641855 Ludiomil 
00360481 Ludiomil 
00360503 Ludiomil 
00360511 Ludiomil 
00015229 Aventyl 
00015237 Aventyl 
00476552 Nardil 
00322741 Triptil 
00027111 Parnate 
00579351 Desyrel 
00579378 Desyrel 
00702277 Desyrel Dividose 



00442437 Surmontil 
00761656 Rhotrimine 



00025828 Surmontil 
Q0740799 Apo-Trimip 
00761605 Rhotrimine 



00025836 Surmontil 
00740802 Apo-Trimip 
00761613 Rhotrimine 



00025844 Surmontil 
00740810 Apo-Trimip 
00761621 Rhotrimine 



HLR 



CIB 



CIB 



CIB 



CIB 



LIL 



LIL 



PDA 



MSD 



SKF 



.1940 
.1846 
.2516 
.4760 
.6501 
.1862 
.3763 
.2741 
.3318 
,3056 



BRI 


.3120 


BRI 


.5569 


BRI 


.9277 




.7035 


RPP 




RHP 






.1012 


RPP 




APX 




RHP 






.1283 


RPP 




APX 




RHP 






.2471 


RPP 




APX 





983 



3782 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



O. Reg. 321/90 



28:16;04 Psychotherapeutic Agents Antidepressants 



736 Trimipramine 
lOOmg Tab 



.4494 



00025852 Surmontil 
00740829 Apo-Trimip 
00761648 Rhotrimine 



RPP 
APX 
RHP 



28:16;08 Psychotherapeutic Agents Tranquilizers 



737 Alprazolam 
0.25mg Tab 



.1470 



738 Alprazolam 
0.5mg Tab 



739 Bromazepam 

1.5mg Tab 

740 Bromazepam 

3mg Tab 

741 Bromazepam 

6mg Tab 

742 Chlordiazepoxide 

5mg Cap 



743 Chlordiazepoxide 
lOmg Cap 



744 Chlordiazepoxide 
25mg Cap 



745 Chlormezanone 

200mg Tab 

746 Chlorpromazine 

50mg/2mL Inj Sol-2mL Pk 

747 Chlorpromazine 

5mg/mL 0/L 

748 Chlorpromazine 

20mg/mL 0/L 



00548359 
00677485 


Xanax 
Alprazolam 


UPJ 
KNR 




00548367 
00677477 


Xanax 
Alprazolam 


UPJ 
KNR 


.1761 


006823f4 


Lectopam 


HLR 


.0950 


00518123 


Lectopam 


HLR 


.1285 


00518131 


Lectopam 


HLR 


.1874 


00012629 
00013463 
00020915 
00398403 
00522724 


Librium 

Solium 

Novo-Poxide 

Chlordiazepoxide 

Apo-Chlordiazepoxide 


HLR 
HOR 
NOP 
DTC 
APX 


.0114 


00012637 
00013471 
00020923 
00398411 
00522988 


Librium 

Solium 

Novo-Poxide 

Chlordiazepoxide 

Apo-Chlordiazepoxide 


HLR 
HOR 
NOP 
DTC 
APX 


.0136 


00012645 
00013498 
00020931 
00398438 
00522996 


Librium 

Solium 

Novo-Poxide 

Chlordiazepoxide 

Apo-Chlordiazepoxide 


HLR 
HOR 
NOP 
DTC 
APX 


.0179 


00033626 


Trancopal 


WIN 


.2758 


00163953 


Largactil 


RPP 


1.2810 


00025151 


Largactil 


RPP 


.0234 


00025178 
00580988 


Largactil 
Chlorpromanyl 20 


RPP 
TCH 


.0330 



749 Chlorpromazine 
40mg/mL 0/L 



00025186 Largactil 



RPP 



.2649 



984 



O. Reg. 321/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

I tea 28:00 Central Nervous Systea Drugs 



3783 



28:16;08 Psychotherapeutic Agents Tranquilizers 



750 Chlorpronazine 

lOOng Sup 

751 Chlorpromazine 

lOmg Tab 



752 Chlorpronazine 
25ing Tab 



753 Chlorpromazine 
50mg Tab 



754 Chlorpromazine 
lOOmg Tab 



755 Chlorpromazine 

200mg Tab 

756 Chlorprothixene 

15mg Tab 

757 Chlorprothixene 

50mg Tab 

758 Clorazepate Dipotassium 

3.75mg Cap 



759 Clorazepate Dipotassium 
7.5mg Cap 



760 Clorazepate Dipotassium 
15mg Cap 



761 Diazepam 

10mg/2mL Inj Sol-2mL Pk 

762 Diazepam 

2mg Tab 



763 Diazepam 
5mg Tab 



00025283 Urgactil 



00025453 Largactil 

00232157 Novo-Chlorpromazine 



00025461 Urgactil 

00232823 Novo-Chlorpromazine 



00025488 Urgactil 

00232807 Novo-Chlorpromazine 



00025496 Urgactil 

00232831 Novo-Chlorpromazine 



00025518 Urgactil 
00013234 Tarasan 
00013242 Tarasan 



00264938 Tranxene 
00628190 Novo-Clopate 



00264946 Tranxene 
00628204 Novo-Clopate 

00264911 Tranxene 
00628212 Novo-Clopate 

00012874 Valium 



00013277 Valium 
00013757 Vivol 
00272434 Novo-Dipam 
00272647 E-Pam 
00405329 Apo-Diazepam 
00466905 Diazepam 



00013285 Valium 
00013765 Vivol 
00272442 Novo-Dipam 
00280429 E-Pam 
00362158 Apo-Diazepam 
00396230 Diazepam 



RPF 


1.7695 




.0084 


RPP 




NOP 






.0097 


RPP 




NOP 






.0148 


RPP 




NOP 






.0233 


RPP 




NOP 




RPP 


.1042 


HUl 


.1250 


HLR 


.2525 




.0698 


ABB 




NOP 






.1539 


ABB 




NOP 






.2629 


ABB 




NOP 




BLR 


.6450 




.0050 


HLR 




HOR 




NOP 




ICN 




APX 




DTC 






.0055 


HLR 




HOR 




NOP 




ICN 




APX 




DTC 





985 



3784 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



O. Reg. 321/90 



28;16!08 Psychotherapeutic Agents Tranquilizers 



764 



Diazepam 
lOmg Tab 



.0064 



765 



766 



767 



768 



769 



770 



Flupenthixol Decanoate 
200mg/10mL Inj Sol-lOmL Pk, 

Flupenthixol Decanoate 
200mg/2mL Inj Sol-2mL Pk 

Flupenthixol Dihydrochloride 
0.5mg Tab 

Flupenthixol Dihydrochloride 
3mg Tab 

Fluphenazine Decanoate 
125mg/5mL Inj Susp-5mL Pk 

Fluphenazine Enanthate 
125mg/5mL Inj Sol-5mL Pk 



771 


Fluphenazine HCl 
0.5mg/mL 0/L 


772 


Fluphenazine HCl 
Img Tab 


773 


Fluphenazine HCl 
2mg Tab 


774 


Fluphenazine HCl 
5mg Tab 


775 


Fluspirilene 
lOmg/mL Inj Susp-lmL Pk 


776 


Fluspirilene 
12mg/6mL Inj Susp-6mL Pk 


777 


Haloperidol 
5mg/mL Inj Sol-lmL Pk 


778 


Haloperidol 
2mg/mL 0/L 



00013293 Valium 
00013773 Vivol 
00272450 Novo-Dipam 
00272639 E-Pam 
00405337 Apo-Diazepam 
00466891 Diazepam 



00524522 Fluanxol Depot 
00524530 Fluanxol Depot 
00580619 Fluanxol 
00585157 Fluanxol 
00349917 Modecate 
00029173 Modi ten Enanthate 
00245240 Modi ten HCl 



00029378 Modi ten HCl 
00405345 Apo-Fluphenazine 



00029386 Modi ten HCl 
00410632 Apo-Fluphenazine 



00029408 Modi ten HCl 
00405361 Apo-Fluphenazine 
00504459 Permit il 



00542903 IMAP Forte 



00368393 IMAP 



00017574 Haldol 



00017582 Haldol 
00552429 Peridol 
00587702 Apo-Haloperidol 
00749400 Haloperidol 



HOR 
NOP 
ICN 
APX 
DTC 






MER 


60. 


,6200 


MER 


61. 


.6400 


MER 




.2068 


MER 




.4467 


SOU 


39 


.9000 


SOU 


39 


.9000 


SOU 




.0290 


SOU 
APX 




.0815 


sou 

APX 




.0977 


SOU 
APX 
SCH 




.1467 


MCN 


15 


.7000 


MCN 


19 


.7900 


MCN 


2 


.9130 


MCN 
TCH 
APX 
KNR 




.1300 



986 



O. Reg. 321/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Itea 28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



3785 



28;16;08 Psychotherapeutic Agents Tranquilizers 



779 Haloperidol 
0.5mg Tab 



780 Haloperidol 
Img Tab 



781 Haloperidol 
2nig Tab 



782 Haloperidol 
5mg Tab 



783 Haloperidol 
lOmg Tab 



784 Haloperidol 
20mg Tab 



785 Haloperidol Decanoate 

50mg/inL Oily Inj Sol-SmL Pk 

786 Haloperidol Decanoate 

lOOmg/mL Oily Inj Sol-lmL Pk 

787 Haloperidol Decanoate 

lOOmg/mL Oily Inj Sol-5mL Pk 

788 Hydroxyzine HCl 

lOng Cap 



789 Hydroxyzine HCl 
25mg Cap 



00017655 Haldol 
00363685 Novo-Peridol 
00396796 Apo-Haloperidol 
00552135 Peridol 
00749419 Haloperidol 



00017663 Haldol 
00363677 Novo-Peridol 
00396818 Apo-Haloperidol 
00552143 Peridol 
00749427 Haloperidol 



00017671 Haldol 
00363669 Novo-Peridol 
00396826 Apo-Haloperidol 
00749435 Haloperidol 



00017698 Haldol 
00363650 Novo-Peridol 
00396834 Apo-Haloperidol 
00749443 Haloperidol 



00381772 Haldol 
00463698 Apo-Haloperidol 
00713449 Novo-Peridol 
00749451 Haloperidol 



00499579 Haldol 
00768820 Novo-Peridol 



00599085 Haldol-LA 



00599093 Haldol-LA 



00980803 Haldol-LA 



00024376 Atarax 
00646059 Apo-Hydroxyzine 
00723487 Multipax 
00738824 Novo-Hydroxyzin 



00024384 Atarax 
00646024 Apo-Hydroxyzine 
00723479 Multipax 
00738832 Novo-Hydroxyzin 



.0451 



NGN 
NOP 
APX 
TCH 
KNR 



MCN 
NOP 
APX 
TCH 
KNR 



MCN 

NOP 
APX 
KNR 



MCN 
NOP 

APX 
KNR 



MCN 
APX 
NOP 
KNR 



MCN 
NOP 



MCN 



MCN 



MCN 



PFI 
APX 
ROR 
NOP 



PFI 

APX 
ROR 
NOP 



.0731 



.1318 
.1894 
.3080 

.6320 

49.3300 

19.4980 

97.4900 
.0333 

.0542 



987 



3786 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



O. Reg. 321/90 



28;16;08 Psychotherapeutic Agents Tranquilizers 



790 



Hydroxyzine HCl 
50mg Cap 



,0755 



791 


Hydroxyzine HCl 
500mg/10mL Inj Sol-lOmL Pk 


792 


Hydroxyzine HCl 
2mg/mL O/L 


793 


Ketazolam 
15mg Cap 


794 


Ketazolam 
30mg Cap 


795 


Lorazepam 
0.5mg Tab 


796 


Lorazepam 
Img Tab 


797 


Lorazepam 
2mg Tab 


798 


Meprobamate 
400mg Tab 



799 
800 
801 
802 

\ 
803 



Mesoridazine 
lOmg Tab 

Mesoridazine 
25mg Tab 

Mesoridazine 
50mg Tab 

Oxazepam 
lOmg Tab 



Oxazepam 
15mg Tab 



00024392 Atarax 
00646016 Apo-Hydroxyzine 
00723592 Multipax 
00738840 Novo-Hydroxyzin 



00024589 Atarax 



00024694 Atarax 



00514519 Loftran 



00514527 Loftran 



00399124 Ativan 
00655740 Apo-Lorazepam 
00711101 Novo-Lorazem 



00348325 Ativan 
00637742 Novo-Lorazem 
00655759 Apo-Lorazepam 



00348333 Ativan 
00637750 Novo-Lorazem 
00655767 Apo-Lorazepam 



00021547 Novo-Mepro 
00034142 Equanil 
00092738 Meprobamate 
00337943 Apo-Meprobamate 



00027448 Serentil 



00027456 Serentil 



00027464 Serentil 



00295701 Serax 
00402680 Apo-Oxazepam 
00483893 Oxazepam 
00500852 Novoxapam 



00295698 Serax 
00402745 Apo-Oxazepam 
00483915 Oxazepam 
00496529 Novoxapam 



PFI 




APX 




ROR 




NOP 




PFI 


18.7600 


PFI 


.0435 


BEE 


.4369 


BEE 


.6472 




.0469 


WYE 




APX 




NOP 






.0531 


WYE 




NOP 




APX 






.0864 


WYE 




NOP 




APX 






.0198 


NOP 




WYE 




DTC 




APX 




SAN 


.2765 


SAN 


.3313 


SAN 


.4587 




.0100 


WYE 




APX 




DTC 




NOP 






.0105 


WYE 




APX 




DTC 




NOP 





988 



r 



O. Reg. 321/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



3787 



28;16!08 Psychotherapeutic Agents Tranquilizers 



804 Oxazepam 
30mg Tab 



805 Pericyazine 

5mg Cap 

806 Pericyazine 

lOmg Cap 

807 Pericyazine 

lOmg/mL 0/L 

808 Perphenazine 

5mg/mL Inj Sol-lmL Pk 

809 Perphenazine 

0.4mg/mL 0/L 

810 Perphenazine 

3.2mg/mL 0/L 

811 Perphenazine 

2mg Tab 



812 Perphenazine 
Amg Tab 



813 Perphenazine 
8mg Tab 



814 Perphenazine 
16mg Tab 



815 Pimozide 

2mg Tab 

816 Pinozide 

4mg Tab 

817 Pimozide 

lOmg Tab 

818 Pipotiazine Palmitate 

25mg/mL Inj Sol-lmL Pk 

819 Pipotiazine Palmitate 

50mg/mL Inj Sol-lmL Pk 



00231363 Serax 
00402737 Apo-Oxazepam 
00483907 Oxazepam 
00496537 Novoxapam 



00024880 Neuleptil 
00024899 Neuleptil 
00379301 Neuleptil 
00028002 Trilafon 
00028150 Trilafon 
00028169 Trilafon Cone. 



00028290 Trilafon 
00335134 Apo-Perphenazine 
00456039 Perphenazine 

00028304 Trilafon 
00335126 Apo-Perphenazine 
00456047 Perphenazine 



00028312 Trilafon 
00335118 Apo-Perphenazine 
00456055 Perphenazine 



00028320 Trilafon 
00335096 Apo-Perphenazine 
00481920 Perphenazine 



00313815 Orap 
00313823 Orap 
00573817 Orap 
00427918 Piportil L4 
00990507 Piportil L4 



.0142 



VYE 




APX 




DTC 




NOP 




RPP 


.1528 


RPP 


.2186 


RPP 


.2586 


SCH 


2.2120 


SCH 


.0655 


SCH 


.1957 




.0152 


SCH 




APX 




DTC 






.0163 


SCH 




APX 




DTC 






.0193 


SCH 




APX 




DTC 






.0280 


SCH 




APX 




DTC 




HCN 


.2859 


NCN 


.5184 


NCM 


1.1342 


RPP 


11.0801 


RPP 


18.7793 



989 



3788 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



O. Reg. 321/90 



820 



28!l6;08 Psychotherapeutic Agents Tranquilizers 

00A27926 Piportil LA 



Pipotiazine Palmitate 
100mg/2mL Inj Sol-2mL Pk 



821 


Prochlorperazine 
10mg/2mL Inj Sol-2mL Pk 


822 


Prochlorperazine 
Img/mL 0/L 


823 


Prochlorperazine 
lOmg Sup 


824 


Prochlorperazine 
5mg Tab 


825 


Prochlorperazine 
lOmg Tab 


826 


Thioridazine 
2mg/mL 0/L 


827 


Thioridazine 
30mg/mL 0/L 


828 


Thioridazine 
lOmg Tab 



829 



830 



831 



832 



Thioridazine 
25mg Tab 



Thioridazine 
50mg Tab 



Thioridazine 
lOOmg Tab 



Thiothixene 
2mg Cap 



833 Thiothixene 
5mg Cap 



00578185 Stemetil 
00025216 Stemetil 
00025364 Stemetil 
00025682 Stemetil 
00025691) Stemetil 



00027375 Mellaril 
00238775 Thioridazine 



00027359 Mellaril 



00027529 Mellaril 
00037508 Novo-Ridazine 
00360228 Apo-Thioridazine 
00456063 Thioridazine 
00575119 PMS-Thioridazine 



00027537 Mellaril 
00037494 Novo-Ridazine 
00360198 Apo-Thioridazine 
00456071 Thioridazine 
00575127 PMS-Thioridazine 



00027545 Mellaril 
00037486 Novo-Ridazine 
00360236 Apo-Thioridazine 
00456098 Thioridazine 
00575135 PMS-Thioridazine 



00027553 Mellaril 
00037478 Novo-Ridazine 
00360244 Apo-Thioridazine 
00456101 Thioridazine 
00575143 PMS-Thioridazine 



00024430 Navane 



00024449 Navane 



RPP 



RPP 



RPP 



RPP 



RPP 



RPP 



SAN 
SAP 



SAN 



SAN 
NOP 
APX 
DTC 
PMS 



SAN 
NOP 
APX 
DTC 
PMS 



SAN 
NOP 
APX 
DTC 
PMS 



SAN 
NOP 
APX 
DTC 
PMS 



PFI 



PFI 



30.5723 
1.5898 

.0463 
1.0452 

.1603 

.1959 
.0171 

.1400 
.0144 



.0269 



.0487 



.0976 



.1697 
.2918 



990 



O. Reg. 321/90 THE ONTTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



3789 



28;16;08 Psychotherapeutic Agents Trauiquilizers 



834 
835 
836 

837 
838 



839 



Thiothixene 
lOmg Cap 

Trifluoperazine 
Img/mL Inj Sol-lmL Pk 

Trifluoperazine 
lOmg/mL 0/L 



Trifluoperazine 
Img Tab 



Trifluoperazine 
2mg Tab 



Trifluoperazine 
5mg Tab 



840 



Trifluoperazine 
lOmg Tab 



00024457 Navane 



00026999 Stelazine 



00027022 Stelazine 
00298212 Terfluzine 



00021857 Novo-Flurazine 
00027146 Stelazine 
00249068 Trifluoperazine 
00345539 Apo-Trifluoperazine 



#00013900 Solazine 
00021865 Novo-Flurazine 
00027154 Stelazine 
00249076 Trifluoperazine 
00312754 Apo-Trifluoperazine 



00013919 Solazine 
00021873 Novo-Flurazine 
00027162 Stelazine 
00249084 Trifluoperazine 
00271527 Terfluzine 
00312746 Apo-Trifluoperazine 



00013927 Solazine 
00021881 Novo-Flurazine 
00027170 Stelazine 
00249092 Trifluoperazine 
00280399 Terfluzine 
00326836 Apo-Trifluoperazine 



28:16:12 Psychotherapeutic Agents Other Psychotropics 



841 
842 

843 
844 
845 
846 



Lithium Carbonate 
150mg Cap 

Lithium Carbonate 
300mg Cap 



Lithium Carbonate 
300mg LA Tab 

Lithium Carbonate 
300mg Tab 

Loxapine HCl 
25mg/mL 0/L 

Loxapine Succinate 
5mg Tab 



00461733 Carbolith 



00236683 Carbolith 
00328790 Lithizine 
00406775 Lithane 



00590665 Duralith 
00024406 Lithane 
00361364 Loxapac 
00346780 Loxapac 



PPI 



SKI 



SKF 
ICN 



NOP 
SKF 
DTC 
APX 



HOR 
NOP 
SKF 
DTC 
APX 



HOR 

NOP 
SKF 
DTC 
ICN 
APX 



HOR 
NOP 
SKF 
DTC 
ICN 
APX 



ICN 



.3757 

1.7349 
.2369 

.0063 

.0069 



.0094 



.0157 



.0788 



ICN 


.0792 


TCH 


.1433 


PPI 


.0862 


HCN 


.1729 


PFI 


.0862 


LED 


.6615 


LED 


.1896 



991 



3790 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



O. Reg. 321/90 



28: 16; 12 Psychotherapeutic Agents Other Psychotropics 



847 
848 
849 



Loxapine Succinate 
lOmg Tab 

Loxapine Succinate 
25mg Tab 

Loxapine Succinate 
50mg Tab 

28:20:00 C.N.S. Stimulants 



855 Amobarbital 

30mg Tab 

856 Amobarbital 

lOOmg Tab 

857 Amobarbital Sodium 

60mg Cap 

858 Amobarbital Sodium 

200mg Cap 

859 Butabarbital Sodium 

15mg Tab 

860 Butabarbital Sodium 

30mg Tab 

861 Butabarbital Sodium 

lOOmg Tab 

862 Chloral Hydrate 

500mg Cap 



863 Chloral Hydrate 
lOOmg/mL 0/L 



00346799 Loxapac 
00346802 Loxapac 
00346810 Loxapac 



850 


Dexamphetamine Sulfate 
5mg Tab 




00027065 Dexedr 


851 


Methylphenidate HCl 
20mg LA Tab 




00632775 Ritali 


852 


Methylphenidate HCl 
lOmg Tab 




00005606 Ritali 


853 


Pemoline 
37.5mg Tab 




00397512 Cylert 


854 


Pemoline 
75mg Tab 




00397520 Cylert 




28:24:00 Sedatives and 


Hypnotics 





00015628 Amytal 
00015636 Amytal 
00015148 Amytal Sodium 
00015156 Amytal Sodium 
00581305 Butisol Sodium 
00581291 Butisol Sodium 
00581313 Butisol Sodium 



00020893 Novo-Chlorhydrate 
00029041 Noctec 
00092886 Chloral Hydrate 



LED 



.3158 
.4895 
LED .6527 



LED 



SKF 



CIB 



CIB 



ABB 



ABB 



.2334 
.4387 
.2304 
.6326 
1.2039 



LIL 


.0761 


LIL 


.1291 


LIL 


.0896 


LIL 


.1974 


HOR 


.0758 


HOR 


.1010 


HOR 


.1817 


NOP 
SOU 
DTC 


.0320 



00029327 Noctec 



SOU 



.0198 



992 



O. Reg. 321/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



3791 



28: 24; 00 Sedatives and Hypnotics 

864 Flurazepam 
15mg Cap 



865 Flurazepam 
30mg Cap 



866 Flurazepam 

15mg Tab 

867 Flurazepam 

30mg Tab 

868 Methotrimeprazine 

25mg/mL Inj Sol-lmL Pk 

869 Hethotrineprazine 

5mg/mL 0/L 

870 Methotrimeprazine 

AOmg/mL 0/L 

871 Methotrimeprazine 

2mg Tab 

872 Methotrimeprazine 

5mg Tab 

873 Methotrimeprazine 

25mg Tab 

874 Methotrimeprazine 

50mg Tab 

875 Nitrazepam 

5mg Tab 

876 Nitrazepam 

lOmg Tab 

877 Paraldehyde 

Inj Sol-5mL Pk 

878 Pentobarbital Sodium 

lOOmg Cap 



879 Phénobarbital 

4mg/mL 0/L 



880 Phénobarbital 
15mg Tab 



00012696 Dalmane 
00496545 Novo-Flupam 
00521698 Apo-Flurazepan 



00012718 Dalmane 
00496553 Novo-Flupam 
00521701 Apo-Flurazepam 



00483826 Somnol 
00483818 Somnol 
00025003 Nozinan 
00025194 Nozinan 
00025208 Nozinan 
00025577 Nozinan 
00025585 Nozinan 
00025593 Nozinan 
00025607 Nozinan 
00511528 Mogadon 
00511536 Mogadon 
00012149 Paraldehyde 



00000086 Nembutal 
00020990 Novo-Pentobarb 



00588180 Phénobarbital 
00604585 Phénobarbital 



00023795 Phénobarbital 
00093505 Phénobarbital 
00271276 Phenobarbital-ICN 
00604542 Phénobarbital 



.0370 



.0421 



.0630 



.0708 



RPP 2.1653 



HLR 
NOP 

APX 



HLR 

NOP 

APX 



HOR 



RPP 



RPP 



RPP 



RPP 



RPP 



RPP 



.0512 



,3744 



.0658 



.0951 



,2447 



,3705 



HLR 


.1256 


HLR 


.1875 


GLA 


1.5412 




.0480 


ABB 




NOP 






.0136 


DTC 




SAN 






.0052 


PDA 




DTC 




ICN 




SAN 





993 



3792 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



O. Reg. 321/90 



28:24:00 Sedatives and Hypnotics 



881 Phénobarbital 
30mg Tab 



882 Phénobarbital 
60mg Tab 



883 Phénobarbital 
lOOmg Tab 



88A Promethazine HCl 

50mg/2mL Inj Sol-2mL Pk. 

885 Promethazine HCl 
2mg/mL 0/L 



886 Promethazine HCl 

lOmg Tab 

887 Promethazine HCl 

25mg Tab 

888 Secobarbital Sodium 

50mg Cap 

889 Secobarbital Sodium 

lOOmg Cap 



890 Temazepam 

15mg Cap 

891 Temazepam 

30mg Cap 

892 Triazolam 

0.125mg Tab 



893 Triazolam 

0.25mg Tab 



,0057 



00023809 Phénobarbital 
00093521 Phénobarbital 
00293903 Phenobarbital-ICN 
0060A550 Phénobarbital 



00023817 Phénobarbital 
00093556 Phénobarbital 
003207U Phenobarbital-ICN 



00093564 Phénobarbital 
00344036 Phenobarbital-ICN 
00604577 Phénobarbital 



00025046 Phenergan 



00025429 Phenergan 
00583979 PMS-Promethazine 



00025712 Phenergan 



00213896 Phenergan 



00015261 Seconal 



00015288 Seconal 
00021032 Novo-Secobarb 



00604453 Restoril 



00604461 Restoril 



00512559 Halcion 
00614351 Triazolam 
00808563 Apo-Triazo 



00443158 Halcion 
00614378 Triazolam 
00808571 Apo-Triazo 
+00872431 Novo-Triolam 



PDA 




DTC 




ICN 




SAN 






.0130 


PDA 




DTC 




ICN 






.0177 


DTC 




ICN 




SAN 




RPF 


1.2677 




.0195 


RPP 




PMS 




RPP 


.0905 


RPP 


.1136 


LIL 


.0841 




.0530 


LIL 




NOP 




SAN 


.1658 


SAN 


.1982 




.1018 


UPJ 




KNR 




APX 






.1260 


UPJ 




KNR 




APX 




NOP 





994 



O. Reg. 321/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 36:00 Diagnostic Agents 



3793 



36; 04; 00 Adrenal Insufficiency 

894 Cosyntropin 

Inj Pd-0.25Bg Pk 

895 Cosyntropin Zinc Hydroxide 

lag/nL Inj Susp-laL Pk 

36;26;00 Diabetes Mellitus 

896 Glucose Oxidase Reagent 

Strip- 25 Pk 



897 Glucose Oxidase Reagent 
Strip- 50 Pk 



898 Glucose Oxidase Reagent 
Strip-100 Pk 



36;56:00 Myasthenia Gravis 

899 Edrophonium Chloride 

lOOmg/lOmL Inj Sol-lOmL Pk 

900 Neostigmine Hethylsulfate 

0.5mg/mL Inj Sol-lmL Pk 

36:88:00 Urine Contents 

901 * Cupric Sulfate Reagent 

Tab- 100 Pk 

902 * Glucose Oxidase Reagent 

(Qualitative) 
Strip-50 Pk 

903 Glucose Oxidase Reagent 

(Semi -Quantitative) 
Strip-50 Pk 



904 Glucose Oxidase /Sodium Nitroprusside 

Reagent 
Strip-100 Pk 

905 Semiquantitative Glucose Ketones 

Reagent Analysis Paper 
Strip-50 Pk 

906 Sodium Nitroprusside Reagent 

Strip-50 Pk 

907 Sodium Nitroprusside Reagent 

Tab- 100 Pk 



00022381 Cortrosyn 
00253952 Synacthen Depot 



00980749 Glucostix 
00990906 Chemstrip bG 
00990922 Dextrostix 



00980676 Glucoscan 
00981087 One Touch 
00984230 Glucostix 
00990027 Chemstrip bG 



00980706 Reflocheck 
00980714 Glucoscan 
00980757 Glucostix 
00984140 Dextrostix 



00855804 Tensilon 



00869910 Prostigain 



00980420 Clinitest 



00980633 Clinistix 



00980641 Diastix 

00990019 Chemstrip uG 5000 



00990647 Keto-Diastix 



ORG 



9.9142 



CIB 19.5800 



AHE 
BOM 

AME 



LI F 
LIP 
AME 
BOM 



BOM 
LI F 
AME 
AME 



16.7000 
16.4000 
15.5800 



32.1500 
33.3500 
30.4800 
34.2000 



52.1000 
57.8000 
59.1600 
55.8500 



ICN 11.4587 



ION 



AME 



AHE 



AME 
BOM 



.8106 



7 . 9500 



4.5000 



4.5000 
5.6000 



AME 10.8100 



00980692 Chemstrip uG 5000 K BOM 



00980595 Ketostix 



00980560 Acetest 



AHE 



ANE 



5.8000 

6.0400 

13.7800 



995 



3794 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 321/90 

Item 36:00 Diagnostic Agents 

36:88:00 Urine Contents 

908 Urine-Ketone Analysis Paper 

Strip-100 Pk 00990698 Chemstrip K BOM 10.1000 

909 * Urine-Sugar Analysis Paper 

Strip-100 Pk 00980609 Tes-Tape LIL 7.6388 



996 



O. Reg. 321/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 40:00 Electrolytic, Caloric and Water Balance 



3795 



40:08;00 Alkalinizing Agents 

910 Sodium Bicarbonate 

300mg Tab otc 100 Pk 



911 Sodium Bicarbonate 

600mg Tab otc 100 Pk 

A0!l2;00 Replacement Agents 

912 Calcium Carbonate 

Eq to 300mg Elemental Calcium Chev 
Tab 

913 Calcium Carbonate 

Eq to 500mg Elemental Calcium SG 
Cap 

914 Calcium Carbonate 

Eq to 250mg Elemental Calcium Tab 



915 Calcium Carbonate 

Eq to 500mg Elemental Calcium Tab 



916 Calcium Carbonate 

Eq to 600mg Elemental Calcium Tab 

917 Calcium Carbonate & Calcium 

Gluconolactate 

Eq to 500mg Elemental Calcium Eff 

Tab 

918 Calcium Carbonate & Calcium 

Gluconolactate 

Eq to lOOOmg Elemental Calcium Eff 

Tab 

919 Calcium Gluconate 

Eq to 9mg Elemental Calcium/mL 
Inj Sol-lOmL Pk 



920 Calcium Gluconate 

Eq to 60mg Elemental Calcium Tab 
otc 100 Pk 



921 Calcium Gluconate & Calcium 
Glucoheptonate 

Eq to 19mg Elemental Calcium/mL 
0/L 



00093068 Sodium Bicarbonate 
00179884 Soda Mint 



DTC 
SDR 



00221619 Sodium Bicarbonate DTC 



00648345 Calsan 



SAN 



3.2500 



4.9000 



.1247 



00648353 


Calsan 


SAN 


.1247 
.0192 


00541915 


Os-Cal 250 


ATE 




00645958 


Calcium-250 


NOP 




00682047 


Apo-Cal 250 


API 


.0246 


00541907 


Os-cal 500 


ATE 




00618101 


Biocal 


MIS 




00640360 


Calcium 


SDR 




00645923 


Calcium-500 


NOP 




00682039 


Apo-Cal 500 


APX 





00626341 Caltrate 600 



LED 



00027588 Calcium-Sandoz Forte SAN 



00259497 Gramcal SAN 



00027219 Calcium-Sandoz SAN 
#00535702 Calcium Gluconate SQU 



00094773 Calcium Gluconate DTC 

00179698 Calcium Gluconate SDR 

00241717 Calcium Gluconate WAM 

00441473 Calcium Gluconate NOP 



00466425 Calcium-Rougier ROG 



.1256 

.3823 

.6517 
2.1338 

4.0000 



.0187 



997 



3796 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item A0:00 Electrolytic, Caloric and Water Balance 



O. Reg. 321/90 



40:12:00 Replacement Agents 

922 Calcium Gluconogalactogluconate 

Eq to 22mg Elemental Calcium/mL 
0/L 

923 Calcium Lactate 

Eq to 84mg Elemental Calcium Tab 
otc 100 Pk 



924 Colon Electrolyte Lavage 

Pd 4L Pk 

925 Electrolyte & Dextrose 

0/L 



926 Glucose, Potassium Chloride, Sodium 

Chloride & Sodium Bicarbonate 

4g & 0.3g & 0.7g & 0.5g Oral Pd-1 

Sach Pk 

927 Polyethylene Glycol & Electrolytes 

Pd 1 Sach Pk 

928 Potassium Chloride 

20mEq/10mL Inj Sol-lOmL Pk 



929 * Potassium Chloride 
1.33mEq/mL O/L 



930 Potassium Chloride 
2.66mEq/mL 0/L 



931 Potassium Chloride 

20mEq/Pouch Oral Pd-3g Pk 

932 Potassium Chloride 

25mEq/Pouch Oral Pd-7.8g Pk 

933 Potassium Chloride 

12mEq Eff Tab 

934 Potassium Chloride 

6.7mEq LA Tab 

935 * Potassium Chloride 

8mEq LA Tab 



936 Potassium Chloride 
lOmEq LA Tab 



00027383 Calcium-Sandoz 



00021253 Calcium Lactate 
00023590 Calcium Lactate 
00179671 Calcium Lactate 



00677442 Colyte 



00630365 Pedialyte Regular 
00981095 Pedialyte Flavored 



00540781 Rapolyte 
00741175 Klean-Prep 



SAN 




.0261 




4 


.1000 


NOP 






PDA 






SDR 






RCA 


15 


.9468 
.0069 


ABB 







RIC 



.4937 



#00511978 Potassium Chloride 
00624756 Potassium Chloride 



00208590 Kaochlor-10 
00436984 K-10 
00485284 Roychlor 
00704504 Kay Ciel 



00208604 Kaochlor-20 
Concentrate 



00481211 K-Lor 
00464813 K-Lyte/Cl 
00027596 Potassium-Sandoz 
00501972 K-Long 



00074225 Slow-K 
00554308 Slo-Pot 600 
00602876 Novo-Lente-K 
00602884 Apo-K 



00471496 Kalium Durules 



RIC 


4.3698 




.5859 


SOU 




AST 






.0145 


ADI 




BEE 




ROY 




BER 




ADI 


.0278 


ABB 


.3885 


BRI 


.4986 


SAN 


.2679 


ADI 


.0936 


CIB 


.0703 


ICN 


.0246 


NOP 


.0224 


APX 


.0213 



AST 



.0784 



998 



O. Reg. 321/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Itea 40:00 Electrolytic, Caloric and Vater Balance 



3797 



40; 12; 00 Replacement Agents 

937 Potassium Chloride 

20nEq SR Tab 

938 * Potassium Chloride 

8aEq LA Cap 

939 Potassium Chloride 

lOmEq LA Cap 

940 * Potassium Gluconate 

1.33BEq/mL 0/L 



941 Sodium Chloride 

0.9Z Inj Sol-lOmL Pk 



942 Sodium Chloride Bacteriostatic 

0.9Z Inj Sol-30mL Pk 

40:18:00 Potassium-Removing Resins 

943 Polystyrene Sodium Sulfonate 

ImEq/g Oral Pd-454g Pk 

40:28:00 Diuretics 

944 Acetazolamide 

500mg LA Cap 

945 Acetazolamide 

250mg Tab 



946 Amiloride HCl 

5mg Tab 

947 Amiloride HCl & Hydrochlorothiazide 

5mg & 50mg Tab 



948 Chlorthalidone 
50mg Tab 



949 Chlorthalidone 
lOOmg Tab 



00713376 K-Dur 

00516244 Micro-K Extencaps 

00632759 Micro-K-10 



00026700 Potassium-Rougier 
00208701 Kaon 



00624748 Sodium Chloride 
(Plastic Vial) 
#00990167 Sodium Chloride 



#00511943 Bacteriostatic 
Sodium Chloride 



950 Ethacrynic Acid 
50mg Tab 



00033197 Kayexalate 



00127930 Diamox 



00014907 Diamox 
00488275 Novo-Zolamide 
00545015 Apo-Acetazolamide 



00487805 Hidamor 



00487813 Moduret 
00784400 Apo-Amilzide 



00010413 Hygroton 
00298964 Uridon 
00337447 Novo-Thalidone 
00360279 Apo-Chlorthalidone 
00398365 Chlorthalidone 



00010421 Hygroton 
00293881 Uridon 
00337455 Novo-Thalidone 
00360287 Apo-Chlorthalidone 
00398373 Chlorthalidone 



00016497 Edecrin 



KBY 


.2684 


ROB 


.0826 


ROB 


.0891 




.0222 


ROG 




ADI 






.5859 


AST 




SOU 





SQU 



1.1520 



WIN 59.9500 



LEO 



LED 

NOP 
APX 



MSO 



NSD 
APX 



CEI 

ICN 

NOP 
APX 
DTC 



GEI 

ICN 
NOP 
APX 
DTC 



HSO 



.6499 
.0268 



.2732 
.2266 

.0242 



.0399 



,2916 



999 



3798 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item A0:00 Electrolytic, Caloric and Water Balance 



O. Reg. 321/90 



951 
952 
953 

954 



A0;28;00 Diuretics 

Furosemide 
20mg/2inL Inj Sol-2mL 

Furosemide 
lOmg/mL 0/L 

Furosemide 
20mg Tab 



Furosemide 
AOmg Tab 



Pk 



00217743 Lasix 



HOE 



.8000 



955 



956 



957 
958 
959 

960 
961 
962 
963 



Hydrochlorothiazide 
25mg Tab 



Hydrochlorothiazide 
50mg Tab 



Hydrochlorothiazide & 
25mg & 25mg Tab 



Hydrochlorothiazide & 
50mg & 50mg Tab 



Hydrochlorothiazide & 
25mg & 50mg Tab 



Indapamide 
2.5mg Tab 

Metolazone 
2.5mg Tab 

Metolazone 
5mg Tab 

Metolazone 
lOmg Tab 



Spironolactone 



Spironolactone 



Triamterene 



00432342 


Lasix 


HOE 


.1983 
.0062 


00289590 


Lasix 


HOE 




00337730 


Novo-Semide 


NOP 




#00353612 


Furoside 


ICN 




00396788 


Apo-Furosemide 


APX 


.0090 


00012580 


Lasix 


HOE 




00332275 


Furoside 


ICN 




00337749 


Novo-Semide 


NOP 




00344079 


Uritol 


HOR 




00362166 


Apo-Furosemide 


APX 




00396249 


Furosemide 


DTC 


.0058 


00016500 


HydroDIURIL 


MSD 




00021474 


Novo-Hydrazide 


NOP 




00092681 


Hydrochlorothiazide 


DTC 




00326844 


Apo-Hydro 25 


APX 


.0066 


00016519 


HydroDIURIL 


MSD 




00021482 


Novo-Hydrazide 


NOP 




00092703 


Hydrochlorothiazide 


DTC 




00263907 


Urozide 


ICN 




00312800 


Apo-Hydro 50 


APX 


.1065 


00180408 


Aldactazide-25 


SEA 




00613231 


Novo-Spirozine-25 


NOP 


.2751 


00594377 


Aldactazide-50 


SEA 




00657182 


Novo-Spirozine-50 


NOP 


.0517 


00181528 


Dyazide 


SKF 




00441775 


Apo-Triazide 


APX 




00532657 


Novo-Triamzide 


NOP 




00564966 


Lozide 


SEV 


.4365 


00301663 


Zaroxolyn 


PWC 


.1269 


00301698 


Zaroxolyn 


PWC 


.1661 


00301671 


Zaroxolyn 


PWC 


.2189 



1000 



O. Reg. 321/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Iten 40:00 Electrolytic, Caloric and Water Balance 



3799 



40;28:00 Diuretics 

964 Spironolactone 
25mg Tab 



965 Spironolactone 
lOOoig Tab 



966 Triamterene 

50Bg Tab 

967 Triamterene 

lOOmg Tab 

40:40;00 Uricosuric Drugs 

968 Probenecid 

500mg Tab 



969 Sulfinpyrazone 
lOOmg Tab 



970 Sulfinpyrazone 
200iig Tab 



.0857 



00028606 Aldactone 
00613215 Novo-Spiroton 


SEA 
NOP 




00285455 Aldactone 
00613223 Novo-Spiroton 


SEA 

NOP 


.2625 


00299715 DyreniuB 


SKF 


.1631 


00027138 Dyreniu» 


SKF 


.2109 



00016616 Benemid MSD 

00294926 Benuryl ICN 



00010510 Anturan GEI 

00441759 Apo-Sulfinpyrazone APX 

00475068 Novo-Pyrazone NOP 

00481955 Sulfinpyrazone DTC 



00010529 Anturan GEI 

00441767 Apo-Sulfinpyrazone APX 

00475076 Novo-Pyrazone NOP 

00481947 Sulfinpyrazone DTC 



,1683 



.0397 



.0662 



1001 



3800 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 321/90 



Item 48:00 Cough Preparations 



A8:04:00 Antitussives 



971 Clophedianol Hydrochloride 

5mg/mL 0/L 

972 Codeine Phosphate 

5mg/inL 0/L 



973 Codeine Phosphate 
15mg Tab 



974 Dextromethorphan (as Polistirex) 

6mg/mL 0/L 

975 * Dextromethorphan HBr 

3mg/mL 0/L 



976 Hydrocodone Bitartrate 
Img/mL 0/L 



00026328 Ulone 



00093114 Codeine 

00470651 Codeine Phosphate 

00779474 Codeine 



00003220 Codeine 
00018686 Codeine 
00093122 Codeine 
00593435 Codeine Phosphate 



00824283 Delsym 



00436895 Koffex 
00454389 Robidex 



00316970 Robidone 
00585580 Hycodan 



RIK 


.0464 




.0188 


DTC 




SDR 




NDA 






.0509 


GLA 




NDA 




DTC 




TCH 




FIS 


.0381 




.0095 


ROG 




ROB 




ROB 


.0393 


DUP 





977 Hydrocodone Bitartrate 

5mg Tab 

48:08:00 Expectorants 

978 Acetylcysteine 

20X Aero Sol-lOmL Pk. 

979 Acetylcysteine 

20X Aero Sol-30mL Pk 

980 * Guaifenesin 

20mg/mL 0/L 



00585572 Hycodan DUP 



00606235 Mucomyst 



,3400 



00990833 Mucomyst 



00026468 Robitussin 
00026794 Guaifenesin 
00990930 Guaifenesin Sugar 

Free ROG 



BRI 


7.3208 


BRI 


17.7060 




.0083 


ROB 




ROG 





981 Organically bound Iodine (as 

lodinated Glycerol) 
6mg/mL 0/L 

982 Organically bound Iodine (as 

lodinated Glycerol) 
15mg Tab 



00354910 Organidin 



00354902 Organidin 



HOR .0215 



HOR .0884 



1002 



o. Reg. 321/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 52:00 Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Preparations 



3801 



52;04;04 Anti-Infectives Antibiotics 

983 Bacitracin 

500U/g Oph Oint-3g Pk 

984 Chloramphenicol 

IX Oph Oint-3.5g Pk 



985 Chloramphenicol 

0.25X Oph Sol 

986 Chloramphenicol 

0.5Z Oph Sol 



987 Chloramphenicol 

0.5X Ot Sol 

988 Colistin Base & Neomycin Base & 

Hydrocortisone Acetate 

3mg & 3.3mg & lOmg/mL Ot Susp 

989 Framycetin Sulfate 

0.5Z Oph Oint-5g Pk 

990 Framycetin Sulfate 

0.5X Oph Sol 

991 Framycetin Sulfate & Gramicidin & 

Dexamethasone 

5mg & 50mcg & 0.5mg/mL Ot Sol 

992 Gentamicin & Betamethasone Sodium 

Phosphate 

3mg & Img/mL Oph/Ot Drops 

993 Gentamicin Sulfate 

0.3X Oph 0int-3.5g Pk 

994 Gentamicin Sulfate 

0.3Z Oph Sol 



995 Gentamicin Sulfate 

0.3X Ot Sol 

996 Polymyxin B Sulfate & Bacitracin 

(Zinc) 

lOOOOU & 500U/g Oph Oint-3.5g Pk 

997 Polymyxin B Sulfate & Gramicidin 

lOOOOU & 0.025mg/mL Oph/Ot Sol 

998 Polymyxin B Sulfate & Neomycin 

Sulfate & Bacitracin (Zinc) 
lOOOOU & 5mg & 400U/g Oph 
0int-3.5g Pk 



00327476 


Baciguent 


UPJ 


2.2700 


00001058 
00024066 


Fen i col 
Chloromycetin 


ALC 
PDA 


2.0824 


00704598 


Penteunycetin 


BER 


.4800 


00001082 
00221678 
00707457 


Chloroptic 

Chloromycetin 

Ophtho-Chloram 


ALL 
PDA 
KNR 


.2024 


00349615 


Chloromycetin 


PDA 


.5920 



00476439 Coly-Mycin Otic 
00026964 Soframycin 
00026921 Soframycin 

00228052 Sofracort 

00682217 Garasone 
00028339 Garamycin 



00436771 Alcomicin 
00512192 Garamycin 



00512184 Garamycin 



00299219 Polysporin 



00035343 Polysporin 



00694398 Neosporin 



PDA 



ROU 



ROU 



ROU 



SCH 



SCH 



ALC 
SCH 



SCH 



BVE 



BUE 



1.5940 

4.8500 

.8875 

1 . 3000 

1.5640 

7.2300 
.6500 

1.3493 

3.8817 
.4313 



BWE 6.9500 



1003 



3802 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 52:00 Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Preparations 



O. Reg. 321/90 



999 
1000 

1001 

1002 
1003 

1004 
1005 

1006 

1007 
1008 
1009 
1010 

1011 

1012 
1013 



52:04:04 Anti-Infectives Antibiotics 

Polymyxin B Sulfate & Neomycin 
Sulfate & Fluocinolone Acetonide 
lOOOOU & 5mg & 0.25mg/mL Ot Sol 

Polymyxin B Sulfate & Neomycin 
Sulfate & Gramicidin 
lOOOOU & 2.5mg & 0.025mg/mL Oph/Ot 
Sol 

Polymyxin B Sulfate & Neomycin 
Sulfated Hydrocortisone 
lOOOOU & 5mg & lOmg/mL Ot Sol 

Tobramycin 
0.3% Oph Oint 

Tobramycin 
0.3% Oph Sol 

52:04:08 Anti-Infectives Sulfonamides 

Sulfacetamide (Sodium) 
lOX Oph 0int-3.5g Pk 



00189499 Synalar Bi-Otic 

00694371 Neosporin 

00694401 Cortisporin 
00614254 Tobrex 
00513962 Tobrex 



00028347 Sulamyd 
00252522 Cetamide 



Sulfacetamide (Sodium) 
10% Oph Sol 



Sulfacetamide (Sodium) 
30% Oph Sol 



00000965 Isopto Cetamide 
00001287 Bleph-10 
00028053 Sulamyd 
00707465 Ophtho-Sulf 



00028061 Sulamyd 
52:04:12 Anti-Infectives Other Anti-Infectives 



Idoxuridine 
0.5X Oph 0int-4g Pk 

Idoxuridine 
0.1% Oph Sol 

Trif luridine 
1% Oph Sol 

Vidarabine 
3% Oph Oint-3.5g Pk 

52:08:00 Anti-Inflammatory Agents 

Beclomethasone Dipropionate 
Nas Sp-200 dose Pk 



Beclomethasone Dipropionate 
50mcg Nas Sp-200 dose Pk 

Dexamethasone 
0.1% Oph 0int-3.5g Pk 



00027200 Stoxil 
00001120 Herplex 
00687456 Viroptic 
00381780 Vira-A 



00359688 Beconase 
00422053 Vancenase 



00638617 Beconase Aqueous 
00042579 Maxidex 



SYN 1.6320 

BVE .6800 

BVE 
ALC 
ALC 



SCH 
ALC 



ALC 
ALL 
SCH 
KNR 



SCH . 3060 

SKF 17.4900 

ALL . 7853 

BWE 3.3000 

PDA 15.0900 



GLA 




SCH 




GLA 


16.0200 


ALC 


7.6500 



1004 



O. Reg. 321/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 52; 00 Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Preparations 



3803 



52:08:00 Anti-Inflammatory Agents 

1014 Dexamethasone 

O.IZ Oph Susp 

1015 Dexamethasone 

O.IZ Oph/Ot Sol 



1016 Flumethasone Pivalate & 

lodochlorhydroxyquin 
0.02Z & IZ Ot Sol 

1017 Flunisolide 

0.025Z Nas Sp-25mL Pk 

1018 Fluorometholone 

O.IZ Oph Susp 

1019 Fluorometholone Acetate 

O.IZ Oph Susp 

1020 Prednisolone Acetate 

0.12Z Oph Susp 

1021 Prednisolone Acetate 

IZ Oph Susp 



1022 Prednisolone Acetate & Atropine 

Sulfate 

0.25Z & IZ Oph Sol 

1023 Prednisolone Sodium Phosphate 

0.125Z Oph Sol 

1024 Prednisolone Sodium Phosphate 

IZ Oph Sol 

52:16:00 Local Anesthetics 

1025 Benzydamine HCl 

0.15Z Oral Rinse 

1026 Lidocaine HCl 

2Z 0/L 

52:20:00 Miotics 

1027 Carbachol 

1.5Z Oph Sol 

1028 Carbachol 

3Z Oph Sol 

1029 Echothiophate Iodide 

0.06Z Oph Sol 

1030 Echothiophate Iodide 

0.125Z Oph Sol 



00042560 


Maxidex 




ALC 


1, 
1, 


.5600 
.1000 


00016217 


Decadron 




MSD 






00627763 


Ak-Dex 




AKN 






00724149 


Spersadex 




DIS 






00074454 


Locacorten- 


-Vioform 


CIB 


1. 


.1230 


00421456 


Rhinalar 




SYN 


18, 


.2700 



00247855 FML 



00756784 Flarex 



00299405 Pred Mild 



00301175 Pred Forte 
00622931 Ak-Tate 
00700401 Ophtho-Tate 



00411124 Mydrapred 
00756172 Inflamase Mild 
00756164 Inflamase Forte 

00574171 Tantum 



ALL 1.8240 



ALC 1.6000 



ALL 


1 


.1680 
.7750 


ALL 






AKN 






KNR 






ALC 


2 


.2900 


lOB 


1, 


.4400 


JOB 


1 


.8100 



RIK 



00001686 Xylocaine Viscous AST 

00000655 Isopto Carbachol ALC 

00000663 Isopto Carbachol ALC 

00052817 Phospholine Iodide AYE 

00002313 Phospholine Iodide AYE 



.0605 
.0777 

.6133 

.7386 

3.3160 

3.8042 



1005 



3804 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 52:00 Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Preparations 



O. Reg. 321/90 



52:20:00 Miotics 

1031 Echothiophate Iodide 

0.25% Oph Sol 

1032 Pilocarpine HCl 

h% Oph Gel 

1033 Pilocarpine HCl 

0.5% Oph Sol 

103A Pilocarpine HCl 
1% Oph Sol 



1035 Pilocarpine HCl 
IX Oph Sol 



1036 Pilocarpine HCl 
A% Oph Sol 



1037 Pilocarpine HCl 
6% Oph Sol 



1038 Pilocarpine HCl & Epinephrine 

Bi tartrate 

\% & 1% Oph Sol 

1039 Pilocarpine HCl & Epinephrine 

Bi tartrate 

2% & \% Oph Sol 

lOAO Pilocarpine HCl & Epinephrine 
Bi tartrate 
4% & 1% Oph Sol 

1041 Pilocarpine HCl & Epinephrine 

Bitartrate 

6% & 1% Oph Sol 

52:24:00 Mydriatics 

1042 Atropine Sulfate 

U Oph Oint-3.5g Pk. 



00002348 Phospholine Iodide AYE 4.3079 



1043 Atropine Sulfate 
\X Oph Sol 



1044 Atropine Sulfate 

2% Oph Sol 

1045 Dipivefrin HCl 

O.IX Oph Sol 



00575240 Pilopine HS 



00000833 Isopto Carpine 



00000841 Isopto Carpine 
00725404 Spersacarpine 
00759945 Miocarpine 



00000868 Isopto Carpine 
00725412 Spersacarpine 
00759961 Miocarpine 



00000884 Isopto Carpine 
00725439 Spersacarpine 
00760099 Miocarpine 



00000892 Isopto Carpine 
00759953 Miocarpine 



00760021 E-Pilo 1 



00759996 E-Pilo 2 



00760013 E-Pilo 4 



00760005 E-Pilo 6 



00252484 Atropine Sulfate 
00725471 Atropine 



00035017 Isopto Atropine 
00725498 Atropine 
00759929 Atropisol 



00759937 Atropisol 
00529117 Propine 



ALC 2.2860 



ALC 


.2833 




.2235 


ALC 




DIS 




lOB 






.2606 


ALC 




DIS 




lOB 




ALC 


.2970 


DIS 




lOB 




ALC 


.4500 


lOB 





lOB 



lOB 1.0200 



lOB 1.0850 



lOB 1.1250 



ALC 
DIS 



ALC 
DIS 
I OB 



lOB 



ALL 



1006 



O. Reg. 321/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 52:00 Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Preparations 



3805 



10A6 
10A7 
10A8 
1049 
1050 
1051 
1052 

1053 

105A 

1055 
1056 

1057 
1058 

1059 
1060 
1061 
1062 



52;2A:00 Mydriatics 

Epinephrine HCl 
0.5% Oph Sol 

Epinephrine RCl 
IX Oph Sol 

Epinephrine HCl 
2X Oph Sol 

Homatropine HBr 
2X Oph Sol 

Homatropine HBr 
5X Oph Sol 

Phenylephrine HCl 
0.12X Oph Sol 

Phenylephrine HCl 
2.5X Oph Sol 

52:32:00 Vasoconstrictors 

Naphazoline HCl 
0.1% Oph Sol otc 15mL Pk 



Oxymetazoline HCl 
0.025Z Oph Sol 



00001090 Epifrin 
00001104 Epifrin 
00001112 Epifrin 
00000779 Isopto Homatropine 
00000787 Isopto Homatropine 
00395161 Prefrin 
00465763 Mydfrin 



00001147 Albalon 
00390283 Naphcon Forte 
00750786 Opcon 
00759880 Vasocon 



00543454 Ocuclear 
52:36:00 Other Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Agents 



Acetazolamide 
500mg LA Cap 

Acetazolamide 
250mg Tab 



Betaxolol HCl 
0.5Z Oph Sol 

Dextran 70/Hydroxypropyl 
Methylcellulose 
Oph Sol 

Flurbiprofen Sodium 
0.03X Oph Sol 

Indomethacin 
IX Oph Susp 

Levobunolol HCl 
0.5X Oph Sol 

Hethazolamide 
50mg Tab 



00127930 Diamox 



00014907 Diamox 
00488275 Novo-Zolamide 
00545015 Apo-Acetazolamide 



00695688 Betoptic 

00390291 Tears Naturale 
00766046 Ocufen 
00594458 Indocid 
00637661 Betagan 
+00127949 Neptazane 



ALL 



ALL 



ALL 



ALC 



ALC 



ALL 



ALC 



ALL 
ALC 
BAU 
JOB 



SCH 



LED 



LED 
NOP 
APX 



ALC 2,0480 



ALC 



ALL 



.6820 
.7753 
.7993 
.6008 
.7128 
.3753 
.9988 

7 . 3000 



.1907 

.6499 
.0268 



.3503 
4.1660 



MSD 4.0740 



ALL 



LED 



2.2280 
.3635 



1007 



3806 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 52:00 Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Preparations 



O. Reg. 321/90 



52; 36; 00 Other Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Agents 



1063 * Methylcellulose 

0.5% Oph Sol 

1064 * Methylcellulose 

IX Oph Sol 



1065 Petrolatum & Mineral Oil 

55Z & 42. 5Z Oph Oint-3.5g Pk dpp 

1066 Petrolatum & Mineral Oil 

80% & 20% Oph Oint-3.5g Pk dpp 

1067 Petrolatum & Mineral Oil 

94% & 3% Oph Oint-3.5g Pk dpp 

1068 Polyvinyl Alcohol 

1% Oph Sol 

1069 Polyvinyl Alcohol 

1.4% Oph Sol 

1070 Polyvinyl Alcohol 

3% Oph Sol 

1071 Polyvinyl Alcohol & 

Polyvinylpyrrolidone 
Oph Sol 

1072 Sodium Chloride 

5% Oph 0int-3.5g Pk 

1073 Sodium Chloride 

5% Oph Sol 

1074 Sodium Cromoglycate 

2% Nas Sol-26mL Pk 

1075 Sodium Cromoglycate 

2% Oph Sol 

1076 Sodium Cromoglycate 

lOmg/Cart Pd Inh 

1077 Timolol Maleate 

0.25% Oph Sol 



1078 Timolol Maleate 
0.5% Oph Sol 



00000809 Isopto Tears 



00000817 Isopto Tears 
00750808 Murocel 



00210889 Lacri-Lube 
00750778 Duolube 
00469688 Duratears 
00759902 Hypotears 
00045616 Liquifllm Tears 
00368911 Liquifilm Forte 

00579408 Tears Plus 
00750816 Muro-128 
00750824 Muro-128 
00605255 Rynacrom 
00394300 Opticrom 
00328944 Rynacrom 



00451193 Timoptic 
00755826 Apo-Timop 



00451207 Timoptic 
00755834 Apo-Timop 



ALC 




.3382 
.2988 


ALC 






BÂU 






ALL 


4 


.5627 


BAU 


3 


.2688 


ALC 


4 


.1428 


lOB 




.3746 


ALL 




.3768 



ALL 



.4525 



ALL 




.3882 


BAU 


4 


.7074 


BAU 




.3141 


FIS 


19 


.8500 


FIS 


1 


.3850 


FIS 




.2566 




1 


.6950 


MSD 






APX 








2 


.0050 


MSD 






APX 







1008 



O. Reg. 321/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 56:00 Gastrointestinal Drugs 



3807 



56:0A;0O Antacids and Adsorbents 

1079 Alginic Acid & Aluminum Hydroxide 

(Dried Gel) 

200mg & 80mg Chev Tab 

1080 * Aluminum Hydroxide 

60mg/mL 0/L 

1081 Aluminum Hydroxide 

600mg Tab 

1082 Aluminum Hydroxide (Dried Gel) 

600mg Tab 

1083 Aluminum Hydroxide & Magnesium 

Hydroxide 

600mg & 300mg Chew Tab dpp 



1084 * Aluminum Hydroxide & Magnesium 
Hydroxide 
40mg & 40mg/mL 0/L dpp 



1085 Aluminum Hydroxide & Magnesium 
Hydroxide 
80mg & 80mg/mL 0/L dpp 



1086 Aluminum Hydroxide & Magnesium 

Hydroxide 

lOOmg & lOOmg/mL 0/L dpp 

1087 Aluminum Hydroxide & Magnesium 

Hydroxide 

120mg & 60mg/mL 0/L dpp 



1088 Aluminum Hydroxide & Magnesium 
Hydroxide 
130mg & 70mg/mL 0/L dpp 



1089 Aluminum Hydroxide & Magnesium 

Hydroxide 

200mg & 200mg Tab dpp 

1090 Aluminum Hydroxide & Magnesium 

Hydroxide 

AOOmg & 400mg Tab dpp 



1091 Magaldrate 

480mg Chew Tab 

1092 Magaldrate 

96mg/mL 0/L 



00696021 Gaviscon 
00034002 Amphojel 
00208965 Amphojel 
00313297 Alu-Tab 



00541125 Maalox TC 
00621544 Diovol Ex 



00013625 Univol 
00026530 Maalox 
00261173 Neutralca-S 
00476471 Gelusil 



00420646 Mylanta Double 
Strength Plain 



00515655 Amphojel 500 



00491217 Diovol Ex 
00497037 Maalox TC 



00531154 Gelusil Extra 
Strength 



00476455 Gelusil 



00026549 Maalox 
00483605 Gelusil Extra 
Strength 



.0793 

.0116 

.0960 

.1253 
.1133 

.0083 



STP 



WYE 



WYE 



RIK 



ROR 
HOR 



ROR 
DES 
PDA 



PDA .0155 

WYE .0165 

.0162 

HOR 
ROR 



PDA 



.0165 



00571229 Riopan 
00571202 Riopan 



PDA 


.0751 




.0798 


ROR 




PDA 




AYE 


.0616 


AYE 


.0100 



1009 



3808 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 56:00 Gastrointestinal Drugs 



O. Reg. 321/90 



56:04:00 Antacids and Adsorbents 

1093 Magaldrate 

1080mg/mL 0/L 



1094 * Magnesium Hydroxide 

80mg/mL 0/L otc 500mL Pk. 



1095 Magnesium Hydroxide 

300mg Tab otc 100 Pk 

1096 Sodium Alginate & Aluminum Hydroxide 

50mg S. 20mg/mL 0/L 

56:08:00 Antidiarrhea Agents 

1097 Camphorated Tincture of Opium 

(Paregoric) 
0/L 



1098 Diphenoxylate HCl 

0.5mg/mL 0/L 

1099 Diphenoxylate HCl 

2.5mg Tab 

1100 Kaolin & Pectin & Paregoric 

0/L 

1101 Loperamide HCl 

2mg Cap 

1102 Loperamide HCl 

0.2mg/mL 0/L 

56:12:00 Cathartics 

1103 Bisacodyl 

2mg/mL Enema otc 5mL Pk 

1104 * Bisacodyl 

5mg Ent Tab otc 30 Pk 



1105 Bisacodyl 

5mg Sup otc 3 Pk 



1106 * Bisacodyl 

lOmg Sup otc 6 Pk 



1107 Castor Oil 

Emuls otc 115mL Pk 

1108 Castor Oil 

0/L otc 50mL Pk 



00640476 Riopan Extra 
Strength 



00036218 Milk of Magnesia 
00093807 Milk of Magnesia 



00093815 Milk of Magnesia 
00541168 Gaviscon Liquid 



00095680 Camphor Co. 
Tincture 



00399353 Lomotil 
00399345 Lomotil 
00346756 Donnagel-PG 
00579343 Imodium 
00610062 Imodium 



AYE 


.0145 




3.9000 


DTC 




DTC 


3.0500 


STP 


.0165 



DTC 



SEA 



SEA 



ROB 



JAN 



JAN 



.0220 

,1920 
,3222 
,0328 
,5785 
,1058 



00286265 


Dulcolax 


BOE 


5, 
2. 


.1000 
,1000 


00254142 


Dulcolax 


BOE 






00545023 


Apo-Bisacodyl 


AFX 


4, 


,3000 


00003867 


Dulcolax 


BOE 






00619485 


Bisacodyl 


TCH 


3, 


,1000 


00003875 


Dulcolax 


BOE 






00261327 


Bisacolax 


ICN 






00404802 


Bisacodyl 


TCH 






00127922 


Neoloid 


LED 


13. 
2. 


.0000 
0000 


00094080 


Castor Oil 


DTC 






00179140 


Castor Oil 


SDR 







1010 



O. Reg. 321/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 56:00 Gastrointestinal Drugs 



3809 



56;12;00 Cathartics 

1109 Docusate Calciua (Dioctyl Calcium 
Sulfosuccinate) 
240mg Cap otc 30 Pk 



1110 * Docusate Sodium (Dioctyl Sodium 
Sulfosuccinate) 
lOOmg Cap otc 100 Pk 



1111 Docusate Sodium (Dioctyl Sodiun 
Sulfosuccinate) 

4mg/mL O/L otc 250mL Pk 



1112 Docusate Sodium (Dioctyl Sodium 

Sulfosuccinate) 
lOmg/mL O/L otc 25 mL Pk 

1113 * Glycerin 

1.8g Sup otc 24 Pk 



1114 * Glycerin 

2.7g Sup otc 24 Pk 



1115 * Grain & Citrus Fibre 
Tab otc 100 Pk 



1116 Lactulose 

40Z Jelly-Unidose Pk 

1117 Lactulose 

667mg/mL Syrup 

1118 * Magnesium Hydroxide 

80mg/mL O/L otc 500mL Pk 



1119 Magnesium Hydroxide 

300mg Tab otc 100 Pk 

1120 Mineral Oil 

Enema otc 130mL Pk 

1121 Mineral Oil 

78Z Gel otc 225g Pk 

1122 * Mineral Oil 

O/L otc 500mL Pk 

1123 Psyllium Mucilloid 

Gran otc 250g Pk 



00012491 Surfak HOE 

00664553 PMS-Docusate Calcium PMS 



00464767 Colace BRI 

00472166 Regulex AYE 

00703494 PMS-Docusate Sodium PMS 

00716731 Docusate Sodium TAR 



00464783 Colace BRI 

+00703508 PMS-Docusate Sodium 

Syrup PMS 



8.1000 



10.2000 



13.3000 



00464775 


Colace 


BRI 


10. 
2. 


.3000 
.9000 


00094056 


Glycerin 


DTC 






00145416 


Glycerin 


ROG 


2, 


.7000 


00990825 


Glycerin 


ROG 






00990868 


Glycerin 


DTC 


6. 


,2000 


00595829 


Novo-Fibre 


NOP 






00779768 


Fibyrax 


LED 







00739561 GEL-OSE JOU .4710 



+00703486 PMS-Lactulose 



PMS 




.0314 




3 


.9000 


VAM 






DTC 






DTC 


3, 


.0500 


FRS 


6, 


.3000 



00036218 Milk of Magnesia 
00093807 Milk of Magnesia 



00093815 Milk of Magnesia 

00107875 Fleet 

00608734 Lansoyl 

00093947 Mineral Oil DTC 4.9500 

00536695 Prodiem Plain ROR 11.5000 



JOU 9.4000 



1011 



3810 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 56:00 Gastrointestinal Drugs 



O. Reg. 321/90 



1124 



56:12:00 Cathartics 

* Psyllium Mucilloid 
Oral Pd otc 56dosePk 



1125 



1126 



1127 



1128 



1129 



1130 



1131 



Sennosides A & B 

15mg/3g Gran otc 200g Pk 

Sennosides A & B 
1.7mg/mL 0/L otc 250mL Pk 

Sennosides A & B 
30mg Sup otc 6 Pk 

* Sennosides A & B 
8.6mg Tab otc 100 Pk 



* Sennosides A & B 
12mg Tab otc 100 Pk 



Sodium Biphosphate & Sodium Phosphate 
160mg & 60mg/mL Ped Rect Sol 

otc 65mL Pk 00108065 Fleet 



* Sodium Biphosphate & Sodium 
Phosphate 

160mg £i 60mg/mL Rect Sol 
otc 130mL Pk 



00009911 
00528463 



Fleet 

ABCO Sodium 

Phosphate Enema 



1132 

1133 
1134 
1135 

1136 



Sodium Citrate & Sodium Lauryl 
Sulfoacetate 
Micro Enema otc 4 Pk 

56:16:00 Digestants 

Aprotinin 
lOOOOOKIU/lOmL Inj Sol-lOmL Pk 

Glutamic Acid HCl 
340mg Cap 

Pancrelipase equivalent to Lipase & 
Amylase & Protease 
8000 & 30000 & 30000USP U Cap 

Pancrelipase equivalent to Lipase & 
Amylase & Protease 
4000 & 12000 & 12000USP U Ent 
Microsph Cap 



00024848 Microlax 



00513954 
00015210 



Trasylol 
Acidulin 



00263818 Cotazym 



00789445 Pancrease MT4 



FRS 



FRS 
MEM 



PHD 



MIT 



LIL 



ORG 



MCN 



5.1000 



00242438 
00551546 
00587559 
00628875 

00643688 


Metamucil 
Novo-Mucilax 
Fibre Mucilax 
Natural Source 
Laxative 
Metamucil Sugar 


SEA 
NOP 
SDR 

LEA 
Free SEA 






00026042 


Senokot 




PFR 


14. 


,6000 


00367729 


Senokot 




PFR 


15. 


,2000 


00026107 


Senokot 




PFR 


6, 


.3500 


00026158 
00604402 


Senokot 
Glysennid 




PFR 
SAN 


11, 


.9000 


00027502 


Glysennid 




SAN 


14, 


.4000 



4.2000 
1 . 6000 



8.3000 

27.8160 
.2006 

.1843 
.3394 



1012 



o. Reg. 321/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 56:00 Gastrointestinal Drugs 



3811 



1137 
1138 
1139 
1140 

1141 

1142 

1143 
1144 
1145 
1146 
1147 



56;16;00 Digestants 

Pancrelipase equivalent to Lipase & 
Amylase & Protease 
4000 & 20000 & 25000USP U Ent 
Microsph Cap 

Pancrelipase equivalent to Lipase & 
Amylase & Protease 
8000 & 30000 & 30000USP U Ent 
Microsph Cap 

Pancrelipase equivalent to Lipase & 
Amylase & Protease 
16800 & 70000 & 70000USP U/0.7g 
Pd-114g Pk 

Pancrelipase equivalent to Lipase & 
Amylase & Protease 
8000 & 30000 & 30000USP U Tab 00651680 Viokase 

56:22:00 Antiemetics and Antinauseants 



00591548 Pancrease 



00502790 Cotazym ECS 



00651672 Viokase 



HCN 



ORG 



.3389 



,3329 



ROB 40.6784 



ROB 



1659 



1148 
1149 

1150 



Dimenhydrinate 
50mg/5mL Inj Sol- 


5mL ] 


?k 


00013560 
#00511986 


Gravol 
Dimenhydrinate 


HOR 
SOU 


1.2950 


Dimenhydrinate 
250mg/5mL Inj Sol 


-5mL 


Pk 


00013579 
#00511994 


Gravol 
Dimenhydrinate 


HOR 
SOU 


3.5336 


* Dimenhydrinate 
3mg/mL 0/L 






00230197 


Gravol 


HOR 


.0457 


* Dimenhydrinate 
50mg Sup 






00013595 


Gravol 


HOR 


.2919 


* Dimenhydrinate 
lOOmg Sup 






00013609 


Gravol 


HOR 


.3227 


Dimenhydrinate 
15mg Tab 






00511196 


Gravol Filmkote 


HOR 


.1578 


* Dimenhydrinate 
50mg Tab 






00013803 
00021423 
00363766 
00398381 
00586331 


Gravol Filmkote 

Novo-Dimenate 

Apo-Dimenhydrinate 

Dimenhydrinate 

PMS-Dimenhydrinate 


HOR 
NOP 
APX 
DTC 
PMS 


.0084 


Meclizine HCl 
25mg Tab 






00220442 


Bonamine 


PFI 


.2432 


Nabilone 
Img Cap 






00548375 


Cesamet 


LIL 


5.7121 


56:40:00 Miscellaneous 


G.I. 


Drugs 









5-Aminosalicylic Acid 
500mg Sup 



+00784508 Salofalk 



INF 1.0620 



1013 



3812 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 56:00 Gastrointestinal Drugs 



O. Reg. 321/90 



56:40:00 Miscellaneous G.I. Drugs 

1151 5-Aminosalicylic Acid 

4g/60g Rect Susp-60g Pk 

1152 5-Aminosalicylic Acid 

400mg Tab 

1153 Betamethasone Disodium Phosphate 

5mg/100mL Enema- lOOmL Pk. 

1154 Cimetidine 

60mg/mL 0/L 

1155 Cimetidine 

200mg Tab 



1156 Cimetidine 
300mg Tab 



1157 Cimetidine 
400mg Tab 



1158 Cimetidine 
600mg Tab 



1159 Cimetidine 
800mg Tab 



1160 Domperidone 

lOmg Tab 

1161 Domperidone Maleate 

lOmg Tab 



1162 



Famotidine 
20mg Tab 



1163 Famotidine 

40mg Tab 

1164 Hydrocortisone 

100mg/60mL Enema-60mL Pk 



00709034 Salofalk 



00752630 Asacol 



00012181 Betnesol 



00397482 Tagamet 



00546232 Peptol 
00563560 Tagamet 
0058240^ Novo-Cimetine 
00584215 Apo-Cimetidine 



00397474 Tagamet 
00487872 Apo-Cimetidine 
00546240 Peptol 
00582417 Novo-Cimetine 



00563579 Tagamet 
00568449 Peptol 
00600059 Apo-Cimetidine 
00603678 Novo-Cimetine 



00563587 Tagamet 
00584282 Peptol 
00600067 Apo-Cimetidine. 
00603686 Novo-Cimetine 



00618616 Peptol 
00653411 Tagamet 
00663727 Novo-Cimetine 
00749494 Apo-Cimetidine 



#00642851 Motilium 

+00855820 Motilium 

00710121 Pepcid 

00710113 Pepcid 



00230316 Hycort 
00661856 Cortenema 



INF 



EAT 



GLA 



5.4100 



.4460 



7.2743 



SKF 


.1575 




.0819 


HOR 




SKF 




NOP 




APX 






.0960 


SKF 




APX 




HOR 




NOP 






.1510 


SKF 




HOR 




APX 




NOP 






.1921 


SKF 




HOR 




APX 




NOP 






.2811 


HOR 




SKF 




NOP 




APX 




JAN 


.2145 


JAN 


.2145 


MSD 


.8612 


MSD 


1.5502 




5.3567 


ICN 




INF 





1014 



O. Reg. 321/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 56:00 Gastrointestinal Drugs 



3813 



56; 40; 00 Miscellaneous G.I. Drugs 

1165 Lactulose 

666.7ng/nL 0/L 



1166 Hetoclopramide HCl 

10mg/2inL Inj Sol-2inL Pk 



1167 Metoclopramide HCl 
Img/tnL 0/L 



1168 Metoclopramide HCl 
5mg Tab 



1169 Metoclopramide HCl 
lOmg Tab 



1170 Misoprostol 

lOOmcg Tab 

1171 Misoprostol 

200mcg Tab 

1172 Nizatidine 

150mg Cap 

1173 Nizatidine 

300mg Cap 

1174 Pirenzepine Dihydrochloride 

50mg Tab 

1175 Ranitidine HCl 

15mg/mL Oral Sol-lOmL Pk 

1176 Ranitidine HCl 

50mg/2mL Inj Sol-2mL Pk 

1177 Ranitidine HCl 

150mg Tab 



1178 Ranitidine HCl 
300mg Tab 



1179 Sucralfate 

500mg/5mL Oral Sol 



00A4A316 Cephulac 
00690686 Acilac 



00314706 Maxeran 
00386006 Reglan 



00314714 Maxeran 
00386022 Reglan 



00572268 Maxeran 
00631671 Reglan 
00842826 Apo-Metoclop 



00314722 Maxeran 
00386014 Reglan 
00603775 Emex 
00842834 Apo-Metoclop 



00813966 Cytotec 



00632600 Cytotec 



00778338 Axid 



00778346 Axid 



00608998 Gastrozepin 



+00782386 Zantac 



00603791 Zantac 



00553379 Zantac 

00733059 Apo-Ranitidine 

00828564 Novo-Ranidine 

+00828823 Ranitidine 



00641790 Zantac 
00733067 Apo-Ranitidine 
00828556 Novo-Ranidine 
+00828688 Ranitidine 



+00836370 Sulcrate 



HER 
TCH 



NRD 
ROB 



HRD 
ROB 



NRD 
ROB 
AFX 



NRD 
ROB 
BEE 
APX 



SEA 



.0329 



1.3160 



.0278 



.0558 



.0586 



,2410 



SEA 




.4228 


LIL 




.7107 


LIL 


1 


.2875 


BOE 




.6102 


GLA 


2 


.2500 


GLA 


2 


.2570 
.7160 


GLA 






APX 






NOP 






KNR 








1 


.3503 


GLA 






APX 






NOP 






KNR 







NRD 



.0461 



1015 



3814 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 56:00 Gastrointestinal Drugs 



O. Reg. 321/90 



56;40;00 Miscellaneous G.I. Drugs 

1180 Sucralfate 

Ig Tab 

1181 Sulfasalazine 

3g/100mL Enema-lOOmL Pk 

1182 Tritnebutine Maleate 

lOOmg Tab 



00506346 Sulcrate 
00544442 Salazopyrin 
00587869 Modulon 



NRD .4430 
PHD 5.7698 
JOU .2585 



Item 60:00 Gold Compounds 



1183 Auranofin 

3mg Cap 

1184 Sodium Aurothiomalate 

lOmg/mL Inj Sol-lmL Pk 

1185 Sodium Aurothiomalate 

25mg/mL Inj Sol-lmL Pk 

1186 Sodium Aurothiomalate 

50mg/mL Inj Sol-lmL Pk 



00600733 Ridaura 
00025062 Myochrysine 
00025070 Myochrysine 
00025089 Myochrysine 



SKF 1 . 1506 

RPP 8.2300 

RPP 9.9833 

RPP 15.4974 



Item 64:00 Heavy Metal Antagonists 



1187 Calcium Disodium Edetate 

1000mg/5mL Inj Sol-5mL Pk 



1188 Penicillamine 

125mg Cap 

1189 Penicillamine 

250mg Cap 

1190 Penicillamine 

250mg Tab 



00026239 Calcium Disodium 
Versenate 



00497894 Cuprimine 
00016055 Cuprimine 



RIK 19.4653 
MSD .4679 
MSD .7015 



00511641 Depen 



HOR 



.5690 



1016 



O. Reg. 321/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 68:00 Hormones and Substitutes 



3815 



1191 
1192 
1193 
1194 

1195 
1196 
1197 
1198 

1199 
1200 

1201 
1202 

1203 

1204 
1205 

1206 



68;0A;00 Corticosteroids 

Beclomethasone Dipropionate 
lOOmcg/blister Pd Inh-120 dose Pk 00828521 Beclodisk Diskhaler 

Beclomethasone Dipropionate 
200mcg/blister Pd Inh-120 dose Pk 00828548 Beclodisk Diskhaler 

Beclomethasone Dipropionate 
250mcg/met dose Aero Inh-200dosePk 00768707 Becloforte 



Beclomethasone Dipropionate 
Aero Pd-200 dose Pk 



Beclomethasone Dipropionate 
lOOmcg/Cart Pd Inh 

Beclomethasone Dipropionate 
200mcg/Cart Pd Inh 

Betamethasone 
0.5mg Tab 



00334243 
00374407 



00545325 
00545333 
00028185 



Betamethasone Acetate & Betamethasone 
Disodium Phosphate 
3mg & 3mg/mL Inj Susp-lmL Pk 00028096 

Budesonide 
200mcg/met dose Aero Inh-lOOdosePk 00634549 



Beclovent 
Vanceril 



Beclovent Rotacaps 
Beclovent Rotacaps 
Celestone 

Celestone Soluspan 
Pulmicort 



Budesonide 
200mcg/met dose Inh-lOOdosePk 



Cortisone Acetate 
5mg Tab 



00814091 Pulmicort Spacer 
Inhaler 



00016438 Cor tone 



Cortisone Acetate 
25mg Tab 



Dexamethasone 
0.5mg Tab 



Dexamethasone 
0.75mg Tab 



Dexamethasone 
4mg Tab 



Dexamethasone 21-Phosphate 
20mg/5mL Inj Sol-5mL Pk 



00016446 
00249963 
00280437 



00016462 
00295094 
00501050 



00285471 
#00501069 



#00349100 
00354309 
00489158 
00504416 



00213624 
#00269026 



Cortone 

Cortisone 

Cortisone-ICN 



Decadron 
Dexasone 
Deronil 



Dexasone 
Deronil 



Oradexon 
Decadron 
Dexasone 
Deronil 



Decadron 
Oradexon 



GLA 


24 


.4200 


GLA 


33 


.2600 


GLA 


62 


.5900 




10 


.0300 


GLA 






SCH 






GLA 




.2035 


GLA 




.2772 


SCH 




.3448 


SCH 


4 


.2620 


AST 


29 


.5500 


AST 


29 


.5500 


MSD 




.1074 
.1225 


MSD 






UPJ 






ICN 




.0888 


MSD 






ICN 






SCH 




.1306 


ICN 






SCH 




,2120 


ORG 






MSD 






ICN 






SCH 








16. 


,6800 


MSD 






ORG 







1017 



3816 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 321/90 



Item 68:00 Hormones and Substitutes 



68;0A;00 Corticosteroids 

1207 Fludrocortisone Acetate 

O.lmg Tab 

1208 Flunisolide 

250mcg/Inhalation Aero Pd-lOOdose 
Pk 

1209 Hydrocortisone 

20mg Tab 

1210 Hydrocortisone Sodium Succinate 

Inj Pd- lOOmg Pk 

1211 Hydrocortisone Sodium Succinate 

Inj Pd- 250mg Pk 

1212 Hydrocortisone Sodium Succinate 

Inj Pd- 500mg Pk 

1213 Hydrocortisone Sodium Succinate 

Inj Pd-lOOOmg Pk 

1214 Methylprednisolone 

4mg Tab 

1215 Methylprednisolone Acetate 

40mg/mL Inj Susp-lmL Pk 

1216 Methylprednisolone Acetate 

80mg/mL Inj Susp-lmL Pk 

1217 Methylprednisolone Acetate 

100mg/5mL Inj Susp-5mL Pk 

1218 Methylprednisolone Sodium Succinate 

Inj Pd- 40mg Pk 

1219 Methylprednisolone Sodium Succinate 

Inj Pd-125mg Pk 

1220 Methylprednisolone Sodium Succinate 

Inj Pd-500mg Pk 

1221 Prednisone 

Img Tab 



1222 Prednisone 
5mg Tab 



1223 Prednisone 
50mg Tab 



00029351 Florinef 

00790486 Bronalide 
00030929 Cortef 
00030600 Solu-Cortef 
00030619 Solu-Cortef 
00030627 Solu-Cortef 
00030635 Solu-Cortef 
00030988 Medrol 
00030759 Depo-Medrol 
00030767 Depo-Medrol 
00030740 Depo-Medrol 
00030643 Solu-Medrol 
00030651 Solu-Medrol 
00030678 Solu-Medrol 



00271373 Winpred 
00598194 Apo-Prednisone 



00021695 Novo-Prednisone 
00093629 Prednisone 
00210188 Deltasone 
00312770 Apo-Prednisone 
00610623 Prednisone 



00232378 Novo-Prednisone 
00252417 Deltasone 
00550957 Apo-Prednisone 



SQU 



BOE 



UPJ 



UPJ 



UPJ 



UPJ 



UPJ 



UPJ 



.1920 

14.7500 

.2235 

2.6775 

4.6410 

6.8880 

11.5395 

.2975 



UPJ 4.2900 



UPJ 


8 


.2500 


UPJ 


9 


.4000 


UPJ 


3 


.9690 


UPJ 


9 


.4080 


UPJ 


23, 


.5830 
.1044 


ICN 






APX 




.0098 


NOP 






DTC 






UPJ 






APX 






KNR 




.1010 


NOP 






UPJ 






APX 







1018 



O. Reg. 321/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3817 



Item 68:00 Hormones and Substitutes 



68;04;00 Corticosteroids 

1224 Triamcinolone 

2mg Tab 

1225 Triamcinolone 

4mg Tab 

1226 Triamcinolone Acetonide 

40mg/mL Inj Susp-lmL Pk 

1227 Triamcinolone Acetonide 

200racg/met dose Aero Inh-2A0dosePk 

1228 Triamcinolone Acetonide 

50mg/5mL Inj Susp-SmL Pk 

1229 Triamcinolone Acetonide 

200mg/5mL Inj Susp-5mL Pk 

1230 Triamcinolone Hexacetonide 

20mg/mL Inj Susp-lmL Pk 

68; 08; 00 Androgens 

1231 Danazol 

50mg Cap 

1232 Danazol 

lOOmg Cap 

1233 Danazol 

200mg Cap 

1234 Fluoxymesterone 

5mg Tab 

1235 Methyltestosterone 

lOmg Tab 

1236 Methyltestosterone 

25mg Tab 

1237 Nandrolone Phenpropionate 

100mg/2mL Oily Inj Sol-2mL Pk 

1238 Nandrolone Phenpropionate 

125mg/5mL Oily Inj Sol-5mL Pk 

1239 Oxymetholone 

50mg Tab 

1240 Stanozolol 

2mg Tab 

1241 Testosterone Cypionate 

lOOmg/mL Oily Inj Sol-lmL Pk 

1242 Testosterone Enanthate 

1000mg/5mL Oily Inj Sol-5mL Pk 



00015016 Aristocort 
00015024 Aristocort 
00990876 Kenalog-40 
00769983 Azmacort 
00460761 Kenalog-10 
00029300 Kenalog-40 
00297151 Aristospan 

00491764 Cyclomen 
00358754 Cyclomen 
00358762 Cyclomen 
00030902 Halotestin 
00005622 Metandren 
00005630 Metandren 
00022489 Durabolin 
00022470 Durabolin 
00189421 Anapolon-50 
00033812 Winstrol 
00030783 Depo-Testosterone 
00029246 Delatestryl 



LED .2616 

LED .4514 

SOU 6.2500 

ROR 14.5000 

SOU 13.4500 

SOU 21.2000 

LED 5.5676 



VIN 



.6512 



VIN 




,9663 


VIN 


1. 


,5440 


UPJ 




.1860 


CIB 




.3390 


GIB 




.8520 


ORG 


23 


.1000 


ORG 


28 


.6000 


STN 


1 


.5358 


VIN 




.2819 


UPJ 


4 


.0500 


SOU 


20 


.2000 



1019 



3818 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 68:00 Hormones and Substitutes 



O. Reg. 321/90 



68:16:00 Estrogens 

12A3 Chlorotrianisene 
12mg Cap 

1244 Chlorotrianisene 

25mg Cap 

1245 Conjugated Estrogens 

0.3mg Tab 

1246 Conjugated Estrogens 

0.625mg Tab 



1247 Conjugated Estrogens 
1.25mg Tab 



1248 Conjugated Estrogens 

2.5mg Tab 

1249 Conjugated Estrogens 

0.625mg/g Vag Cr 

1250 Dienestrol 

O.lmg/g Vag Cr-App 

1251 Dienestrol 

O.lmg/g Vag Cr 

1252 Ethinyl Estradiol 

0.02mg Tab 

1253 Ethinyl Estradiol 

O.OSmg Tab 

1254 Ethinyl Estradiol 

0.5mg Tab 

1255 Piperazine Estrone Sulfate 

(Estropipate) 
1.5mg Tab 

1256 Piperazine Estrone Sulfate 

(Estropipate) 
3mg Tab 

1257 Stilboestrol 

0.5mg Tab 

1258 Stilboestrol 

Img Tab 

1259 Stilboestrol Sodium Diphosphate 

250mg/5mL Inj Sol-5mL Pk 

1260 Stilboestrol Sodium Diphosphate 

lOOmg Tab 



00017965 Tace 



#00017973 Tace 



00002569 Premarin 



00002577 Premarin 
00265470 C.E.S. 



00002585 Premarin 
00265489 C.E.S. 



00002593 Premarin 
00002089 Premarin 
00990531 Dienestrol 
00441295 Dienestrol 
00028215 Estinyl 
00028223 Estinyl 
00028231 Estinyl 

00282685 Ogen 

00282677 Ogen 
00003352 Stilboestrol 
00003360 Stilboestrol 
00013587 Honvol 
00013781 Honvol 



HER 


.5647 


MER 


1.2040 


AYE 


.0748 




.0692 


AYE 




ICN 






.1157 


AYE 




ICN 




AYE 


.3919 


AYE 


.3144 


CRT 


.1031 


CRT 


.0967 


SCH 


.0744 


SCH 


.1226 


SCH 


.2668 



ABB 



.2493 



ABB 


.3944 


GLA 


.2379 


GLA 


.2121 


HOR 


6.9250 


HOR 


.8728 



1020 



O. Reg. 321/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3819 



Item 68:00 Hornones and Substitutes 



1261 

1262 
1263 

1264 

1265 

1266 

1267 
1268 



68; 16:00 Estrogens 

Sulfanilamide & Allantoin & 
Aminacrine HCl & Dienestrol 
Vag Cr 00134198 AVC/Dienestrol 

68:20:02 Anti-Diabetic Agents Oral Anti-Diabetic Agents 

Acetohexamide 
500mg Tab 



MER 



,2750 



Chlorpropamide 
lOOmg Tab 



Chlorpropamide 
250iig Tab 



Glyburide 
2.5mg Tab 



Glyburide 
5mg Tab 



Metformin HCl 
500mg Tab 

Tolbutamide 
500mg Tab 



00015598 


Dimelor 


LIL 


.3820 
.0421 


00024708 


Diabinese 


PFI 




00399302 


Apo-Chlorpropamide 


AFX 


.0419 


00021350 


Novo-Propamide 


NOP 




00024716 


Diabinese 


PFI 




00312711 


Apo-Chlorpropamide 


APX 




00377937 


Chlorpropamide 


DTC 


.1033 


00454753 


Diabeta 


HOB 




00720933 


Euglucon 


BOH 


.1814 


00012599 


Diabeta 


HOE 




00720941 


Euglucon 


BON 




00314552 


Glucophage 


NRO 


.1811 
.0234 


00012602 


Orinase 


HOE 




00013889 


Mobenol 


HOR 




00021849 


Novo-Butamide 


NOP 




00093033 


Tolbutamide 


DTC 




00312762 


Apo-Tolbutamide 


APX 





^8:20:10 Anti-Diabetic Agents Insulins (Rapid Acting) 



1269 

1270 

1271 
1272 

1273 



Insulin (Neutral) Human 
Semi-Synthetic 
lOOU/mL Inj Sol otc 3x2.5CPk 

Insulin (Neutral) Human 
Semi-Synthetic 
lOOOU/lOmL Inj Sol otc lOmL Pk 

Insulin (Neutral) Pork 
lOOOU/lOmL Inj Sol otc lOmL Pk 

Insulin (Semilente) Beef & Pork 
lOOOU/lOmL Inj Susp otc lOmL Pk 



Insulin (Zinc Crystalline) Beef & 
Pork 
lOOOU/lOmL Inj Sol otc lOmL Pk 



00983870 Velosulin Human 

00632686 Velosulin Human 
00552267 Velosulin 



00446602 Iletin Semilente 
00612251 Semilente Insulin 



00446564 Iletin Regular 
00612227 Insulin-Toronto 



HOR 22.6000 

HOR 22.6000 
HOR 24.7000 



LIL 14.8000 
NOO 17.5000 



LIL 14.8000 
NOO 17.5000 



1021 



3820 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 68:00 Hormones and Substitutes 



O. Reg. 321/90 



68;20!l0 Anti-Diabetic Agents Insulins (Rapid Acting) 



127A 

1275 
1276 

1277 

1278 
1279 
1280 
1281 
1282 

1283 

1284 

1285 
1286 
1287 



Insulin (Zinc Crystalline) Human 
Biosynthetic (rDNA Origin) 
lOOOU/lOmL Inj Sol otc lOmL Pk 

Insulin (Zinc Crystalline) Pork 
lOOOU/lOmL Inj Sol otc lOmL Pk 

Insulin Human Semi-Synthetic 
150U/1.5mL Inj Sol otc 5x1.5 Pk 



Insulin Human Semi-Synthetic 
lOOOU/lOmL Inj Sol otc lOmL Pk 



00586714 Humulin Regular 
00513644 Iletin II Regular 



00980765 Novolin-Toronto 

(Regular) Penfill 

00612189 Novolin-Toronto 
(Regular) 



68!20;12 Anti-Diabetic Agents Insulins (Intermediate Acting) 



Insulin (Isophane) Beef & Pork 
lOOOU/lOmL Inj Susp otc lOmL Pk 



00446572 
00612235 



Iletin NPH 
NPH Insulin 



Insulin (Isophane) Human Biosynthetic 
(rDNA Origin) 
lOOOU/lOmL Inj Susp otc lOmL Pk 00587737 Humulin NPH 



Insulin (Isophane) Human 
Semi- Synthetic 
lOOU/mL Inj Susp otc 3x2.5CPk 



00983810 Insulatard Human 



LIL 



LIL 



NOG 



NOG 



LIL 
NGO 



LIL 



HOR 



Novolin-NPH Penfill NGO 



Insulin (Isophane) Human 
Semi-Synthetic 
150U/1.5mL Inj Susp otc 5x1.5 Pk 00981044 



Insulin (Isophane) Human 
Semi-Synthetic 
lOOOU/lOmL Inj Susp otc lOmL Pk 



Insulin (Isophane) Pork 
lOOOU/lOmL Inj Susp otc lOmL Pk 



Insulin (Lente) Beef & Pork 
lOOOU/lOmL Inj Susp otc lOmL Pk 



Insulin (Lente) Human Semi-Synthetic 

lOOOU/lOmL Inj Susp otc lOmL Pk 

Insulin (Lente) Pork 

lOOOU/lOmL Inj Susp otc lOmL Pk 



Insulin Zinc Suspension Medium Human 
Biosynthetic (rDNA Origin) 
lOOOU/lOmL Inj Susp otc lOmL Pk 00646148 Humulin L Lente 



00612197 


Novolin-NPH 


NOG 


00632651 


Insulatard Human 


HGR 


00514551 


Iletin II NPH 


LIL 


00552275 


Insulatard 


HGR 


00446580 


Iletin Lente 


LIL 


00612278 


Lente Insulin 


NOG 


00612200 


Novolin-Lente 


NOG 


00514535 


Iletin II Lente 


LIL 



LIL 



1022 



O. Reg. 321/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE * 3821 

Item 68:00 Hormones and Substitutes 

68:20:14 Anti-Diabetic Agents Insulins (Long Acting) 

1288 Insulin (Protamine Zinc) Beef & Pork 

lOOOU/lOmL Inj Susp otc lOmL Pk 00446610 Iletin Protamine 

Zinc LIL 14.8000 

1289 Insulin (Ultralente) Beef & Pork 

lOOOU/lOmL Inj Susp otc lOmL Pk 00446599 Iletin Ultralente LIL 14.8000 

00612243 Ultralente Insulin NOO 17.5000 

1290 Insulin Zinc Suspension Prolonged, 

Human Biosynthetic (rDNA Origin) 

lOOOU/lOmL Inj Susp otc lOmL Pk 00733075 Humulin-U Ultralente LIL 20.2000 

1291 Insulin Zinc Suspension Prolonged, 

Human Semi-Synthetic 

lOOOU/lOmL Inj Susp otc lOmL Pk 00644358 Novolin-Ultralente NOO 21.7500 

68:20:16 Anti-Diabetic Agents Insulins (Pre-Mixed) 

1292 Insulin (30% Neutral & 70X Isophane) 

Human Semi-Synthetic 

lOOU/mL Inj Susp otc 3x2.5CPk 00983780 Mixtard Human HOR 22.6000 

1293 Insulin (30X Neutral & 70% Isophane) 

Human Semi-Synthetic 

lOOOU/lOmL Inj Susp otc lOmL Pk 00632694 Mixtard 30/70 Human HOR 22.6000 

1294 Insulin (30% Neutral & 70% Isophane) 

Pork 

lOOOU/lOmL Inj Susp otc lOmL Pk 00552259 Mixtard HOR 24.7000 

1295 Insulin (50% Neutral & 50% Isophane) 

Human Semi-Synthetic 

lOOOU/lOmL Inj Susp otc lOmL Pk 00632678 Mixtard 50/50 HOR 22.6000 

1296 Insulin (50% Neutral & 50% Isophane) 

Pork 

lOOOU/lOmL Inj Susp otc lOmL Pk 00614416 Initard HOR 24.7000 

1297 Insulin (Sulfated) Beef 

lOOOU/lOmL Inj Susp otc lOmL Pk 00648094 Sulfated Insulin NOO 76.9000 

1298 Insulin Injection (30%) & Insulin 

Isophane (70%) Human Semi-Synthetic 

150U/1.5mL Inj Susp otc 5x1.5 Pk 00981052 Novolin 30/70 

Penfill NOO 21.7500 

1299 Insulin Injection (30%) & Insulin 

Isophane (70%) Human Semi-Synthetic 

lOOOU/lOmL Inj Susp otc lOmL Pk 00650935 Novolin 30/70 NOO 21.7500 

68:24:00 Parathyroid Agents 

1300 Calcitonin Salmon 

400IU/2mL Inj Sol-2mL Pk 00723428 Calcimar ROR 40.4000 



1023 



O. Reg. 321/90 



1301 
1302 
1303 

1304 

1305 

1306 

1307 

1308 
1309 
1310 

1311 

1312 

1313 

13U 

\ 
1315 

1316 



68:00 Hormones and Substitutes 














68:28:00 Pituitary Agents 














Cosyntropin Zinc Hydroxide 
Img/mL Inj Susp-lmL Pk 




00253952 


Synacthen Depot 


CIB 


19, 


.5800 


Desmopressin Acetate 
O.lmg/mL Nas Sol-2.5mL Pk 




00402516 


DDAVP 


RIC 


44, 


.0000 


Desmopressin Acetate 
lOmcg/met dose Nas Sp- 2.5mL 1 


Pk 


+00836362 


DDAVP 


FEI 


46, 


.0000 


68:32:00 Progestogens and Oral 


Cont 


raceptives 











Ethinyl Estradiol & Ethynodiol 
Diacetate 
0.03mg & 2mg Tab-21 Pk 

Ethinyl Estradiol & Ethynodiol 
Diacetate 
0.03mg S. 2mg Tab-28 Pk 

Ethinyl Estradiol £• Ethynodiol 
Diacetate 
0.05mg & Img Tab-21 Pk 

Ethinyl Estradiol & Ethynodiol 
Diacetate 
0.05mg & Img Tab-28 Pk 

Ethinyl Estradiol & Levonorgestrel 
0.03mg & 0.15mg Tab-21 Pk 

Ethinyl Estradiol & Levonorgestrel 
0.03mg & 0.15mg Tab-28 Pk 

Ethinyl Estradiol & Levonorgestrel 
3 Phase Tab-21 Pk 



Ethinyl Estradiol & Levonorgestrel 
3 Phase Tab-28 Pk 



Ethinyl Estradiol & Norethindrone 
0.035mg & 0.5mg + 0.035mg & Img 
Tab-21 Pk 

Ethinyl Estradiol & Norethindrone 
0.035mg & 0.5mg + 0,035mg & Img 
Tab-28 Pk 

Ethinyl Estradiol & Norethindrone 
0.035mg & 0.5mg Tab-21 Pk 



Ethinyl Estradiol & Norethindrone 
0.035mg & 0.5mg Tab-28 Pk 



Ethinyl Estradiol & Norethindrone 
0.035mg & Img Tab-21 Pk 



00469327 


Demulen 30 


SEA 


10 


.3400 


00471526 


Demulen 30 


SEA 


11 


.0700 


00028630 


Demulen 50 


SEA 


11 


.5650 


00343536 


Demulen 50 


SEA 


12 


.3700 


00782432 


Min-Ovral 


WYE 


10 


.3500 


00782440 


Min-Ovral 


WYE 


10 


.3500 


00707600 


Triquilar 21 


BER 


9 


.1500 


00782416 


Triphasil 


WYE 


10, 


.4000 


00707503 


Triquilar 28 


BER 


9, 


.1500 


00782424 


Triphasil 


WYE 


10, 


.4000 


00538590 


Ortho 10/11 


CRT 


9. 


,7065 


00538582 


Ortho 10/11 


ORT 


9. 


,9324 


00317047 


Ortho 0.5/35 


ORT 


9. 


,7064 


00373265 


Brevicon 


SYN 


9. 


,4200 


00340731 


Ortho 0.5/35 


ORT 


9. 


9330 


00373273 


Brevicon 


SYN 


9. 


4200 


00372846 


Ortho 1/35 


ORT 


9. 


5093 


00531006 


Brevicon 1/35 


SYN 


9. 


4200 



1024 



O. Reg. 321/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3823 



Iten 68:00 Hornones and Substitutes 



68:32:00 Progestogens and Oral Contraceptives 



1317 Ethinyl Estradiol & Norethindrone 
0.035ag & lag Tab-28 Pk 



1318 Ethinyl Estradiol & Norethindrone 
3 Phase Tab-21 Pk 



1319 Ethinyl Estradiol & Norethindrone 
3 Phase Tab-28 Pk 



1320 Ethinyl Estradiol & Norethindrone 

Acetate 

0.02ing & iBg Tab-21 Pk 

1321 Ethinyl Estradiol & Norethindrone 

Acetate 

0.02mg & Img Tab-28 Pk 

1322 Ethinyl Estradiol & Norethindrone 

Acetate 

0.03iiig & l.Smg Tab-21 Pk 

1323 Ethinyl Estradiol & Norethindrone 

Acetate 

0.03ing & l.Smg Tab-28 Pk 

132A Ethinyl Estradiol & Norethindrone 
Acetate 
O.OSmg & Img Tab-21 Pk 

1325 Ethinyl Estradiol & Norgestrel 

O.OSmg & 0.25mg Tab-21 Pk 

1326 Ethinyl Estradiol & Norgestrel 

0.05mg & 0.25mg Tab-28 Pk 

1327 Medroxyprogesterone Acetate 

A00mg/4mL Inj Susp-AmL Pk 

1328 Medroxyprogesterone Acetate 

5mg Tab 

1329 Medroxyprogesterone Acetate 

lOmg Tab 

1330 Medroxyprogesterone Acetate 

lOOmg Tab 

1331 Mestranol & Ethynodiol Diacetate 

O.lmg & 0.5mg Tab-21 Pk 

1332 Mestranol & Norethindrone 

0.05mg & Img Tab-21 Pk 



1333 Mestranol & Norethindrone 
0.05mg & Img Tab-28 Pk 



00372838 


Ortho 1/35 


CRT 


9.9324 


00531014 


Brevicon 1/35 


SYN 


9.4200 


00602957 


Ortho 7/7/7 


CRT 


8.9752 


00620947 


Synphasic 


SYN 


9.4200 


00602965 


Ortho 7/7/7 


ORT 


9.3754 


00695734 


Synphasic 


SYN 


9.4200 


00315966 


Minestrin 1/20 


PDA 


10.6800 


00343838 


Minestrin 1/20 


PDA 


10.6800 


00297143 


Loestrin 1.5/30 


PDA 


10.6800 


00353027 


Loestrin 1.5/30 


PDA 


10.6800 


00024007 


Norlestrin 1/50 


PDA 


10.6800 


00034207 


Ovral 


WYE 


10.7500 


00340766 


Ovral 


WYE 


10.7500 


00030856 


Depo-Provera 


UPJ 


31.5500 


00030937 


Provera 


UPJ 


.2277 


00729973 


Provera 


UPJ 


.4526 


00030945 


Provera 


UPJ 


1.0626 


00028681 


Ovulen 0.5 


SEA 


14.3200 


00022608 


Ortho-Novum 1/50 


ORT 


9.5094 


00030333 


Norinyl 1+50 


SYN 


9.8900 


00340758 


Ortho-Novum 1/50 


ORT 


9.9324 


00340847 


Norinyl 1+50 


SYN 


9.8900 



1025 



3824 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 68:00 Hormones and Substitutes 



O. Reg. 321/90 



68;32;00 Progestogens and Oral Contraceptives 



1334 Mestranol & Norethindrone 
O.OBmg & Img Tab-21 Pk 



1335 Mestranol & Norethindrone 

O.OBmg & Img Tab-28 Pk 

1336 Mestranol & Norethindrone 

O.lmg & 0.5mg Tab-21 Pk 

1337 Mestranol & Norethindrone 

O.lmg & 2mg Tab-21 Pk 

1338 Mestranol & Norethindrone 

O.lmg & 2mg Tab-28 Pk 

1339 Norethindrone 

0.35mg Tab-28 Pk 

68;36;00 Thyroids 

13A0 Levothyroxine (Sodium) 
0.025mg Tab 

1341 Levothyroxine (Sodium) 
0.05mg Tab 



1342 Levothyroxine (Sodium) 

0.075mg Tab 

1343 Levothyroxine (Sodium) 

0.1 mg Tab 



1344 Levothyroxine (Sodium) 

0.112mg Tab 

1345 Levothyroxine (Sodium) 

0.125mg Tab 

1346 Levothyroxine (Sodium) 

0.15mg Tab 



1347 Levothyroxine (Sodium) 

0. 175mg Tab 

1348 Levothyroxine (Sodium) 

0.2 mg Tab 



1349 Levothyroxine (Sodium) 
0.3 mg Tab 



1350 Liothyronine (Sodium) 
5mcg Tab 



00022659 Ortho-Novum 1/80 
00030341 Norinyl 1+80 



00340855 Norinyl 1+80 
00022632 Ortho-Novum 0.5 



00022640 Ortho-Novum 2 
00030368 Norinyl 2 



00340839 Norinyl 2 
00037605 Micronor 

00009644 Synthroid 



00009652 Synthroid 
00012289 Eltroxin 



00640441 Synthroid 



00009660 Synthroid 
00012297 Eltroxin 



00786578 Synthroid 
00640425 Synthroid 



00212164 Synthroid 
00295582 Eltroxin 



00786586 Synthroid 



00009687 Synthroid 
00012300 Eltroxin 



00009695 Synthroid 
00012319 Eltroxin 



00027081 Cytomel 



CRT 10.7654 
SYN 10.6800 



SYN 10.6800 
CRT 10.7654 



ORT 10.7654 
SYN 10.6800 



SYN 10.6800 
ORT 10.7730 



FLI 


.0455 




.0219 


FLI 




GLA 




FLI 


.0495 




.0269 


FLI 




GLA 





FLI 



.0525 



FLI 


.0530 




.0299 


FLI 




GLA 




FLI 


.0565 




.0316 


FLI 




GLA 






.0484 


FLI 




GLA 





SKF 



.0652 



1026 



O. Reg. 321/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



Item 68:00 Hormones and Substitutes 



3825 



68; 36; 00 Thyroids 

1351 Liothyronine (Sodium) 

25mcg Tab 

1352 Thyroid 

30mg Tab 



1353 Thyroid 

60Bg Tab 



1354 Thyroid 

125mg Tab 



68:38:00 An ti -Thyroids 

1355 Methimazole 

5mg Tab 

1356 Propylthiouracil 

50mg Tab 

1357 Propylthiouracil 

lOOmg Tab 



00027103 Cytomel 



00023949 Thyroid 
00483583 Proloid 



00023957 Thyroid 
00483540 Proloid 



00023965 Thyroid 
00483559 Proloid 



SKF 



PDA 
PDA 



PDA 
PDA 



PDA 
PDA 



LIL 



.0792 
.0318 

.0394 

.0503 



,1066 



00015741 Tapazole 

00010200 Propyl-Thyracil FRS .1054 

00010219 Propyl-Thyracil FRS .1649 



Item 76:00 Oxytocics 



1358 Ergonovine Maleate 

0.2mg Tab 

1359 Oxytocin 

5IU/mL Inj Sol-lmL Pk 

1360 Oxytocin 

lOIU/mL Inj Sol-lmL. Pk 



00015709 Ergotrate 
00282316 Syntocinon- 5 
00035998 Syntocinon-10 



LIL 



,2402 



SAN .6490 
SAN . 7950 



1027 



3826 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 8A:00 Skin and Mucous Membrane Preparations 



O. Reg. 321/90 



1361 

1362 
1363 
1364 
1365 
1366 
1367 

1368 
1369 
1370 

1371 
1372 

1373 
137A 

1375 
1376 

1377 



84;04;04 Anti-Infectives Antibiotics 

Bacitracin 
500U/g Oint 



Erythromycin 
1.5Z Lot 

Erythromycin & Ethyl Alcohol 
2% & 44Z Top Sol 

Fusidic Acid 
2% Cr 

Mupirocin 
2% Oint 

Neomycin Sulfate 
0.5X Oint 

Sodium Fusidate 
2X Oint 

84!04;06 Anti-Infectives Antivirals 

Acyclovir 
5;^ Oint- 4g Pk 

Acyclovir 
5X 0int-15g Pk 

Idoxuridine 
0.1% Top Sol 

84:04:08 Anti-Infectives Fungicides 

Ciclopirox Olamine 
U Cr 

Clotrimazole 
lOmg/g Cr 



Clotrimazole 
500mg & 1% Tab & Cr 

Clotrimazole 
lOmg/mL Top Sol 

Clotrimazole 
10% Vag Cr 

Clotrimazole 
lOmg/g Vag Cr-App 

Clotrimazole 
20mg/g Vag Cr-App 



00012351 Bacitracin 
00031046 Baciguent 



00512591 Staticin 
+00824127 Sans-Acne 
00586668 Fucidin 
00648051 Bactroban 
00031070 Myciguent 
00586676 Fucidin 

00569771 Zovirax 
00983950 Zovirax 
00001317 Herplex-D 

00593362 Loprox 



00513903 Canes ten 
00516805 Myclo 



00759457 Canes ten 1-Combi 



00513911 Canesten 
00516821 Myclo 



.0993 



GLA 




UPJ 




WSD 


.1445 


ALC 


.1250 


LEO 


.5145 


BEE 


.5153 


UPJ 


.1638 


LEO 


.5145 



BWE 12.1900 
BWE 32.4000 
ALL 1 . 3300 



#00731307 Canesten 



00513938 Canesten 
00516813 Myclo 



00576492 Canesten 3 



HOE 


.4300 




.1622 


MIT 




BOE 




Pak MIT 


13.7500 




.3441 


MIT 




BOE 




MIT 


2.5580 




.2405 


MIT 




BOE 





MIT 



,5548 



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3827 



84:04:08 Anti-Infectives Fungicides 

1378 Clotrinazole 

lOOmg Vag Tab 



1379 Clotrimazole 

200mg Vag Tab 

1380 Clotrimazole 

500mg Vag Tab 

1381 Econazole Nitrate 

n Cr 

1382 Econazole Nitrate 

150mg Vag Sup 

1383 Haloprogin 

IX Cr 

1384 Haloprogin 

U Top Sol 

1385 Ketoconazole 

2% Cr 

1386 Miconazole Nitrate 

2J:Cr-15g & 400mg Vag Sup-3 Pk 



2.0037 



1387 


Miconazole Nitrate 




2X Cr 


1388 


Miconazole Nitrate 




2% Lot 


1389 


Miconazole Nitrate 




lOOmg Tamp 


1390 


Miconazole Nitrate 




2% Vag Cr 


1391 


Miconazole Nitrate 




2% Vag Cr-App 


1392 


Miconazole Nitrate 




lOOmg Vag Sup-7 Pk 


1393 


Miconazole Nitrate 




400mg Vag Sup 


1394 


Nystatin 




lOOOOOU/g Cr 



00513946 Canesten 
00516848 Myclo 



00567388 Canesten 3 



00629243 Canesten 1 



00561002 Ecostatin 



00452114 Ecostatin 



00291048 Halotex 



00291021 Halotex 



00703974 Nizoral 



00685917 Monistat 3 Dual Pak 



00326968 Micatin 
00497797 Monistat Derm 



#00471534 Micatin 



00504203 Monistat 5 



00980625 Monistat 



00321036 Monistat 7 



00387193 Monistat 7 



00530999 Monistat 3 



00029092 Mycostatin 
00288217 Nadostine 
00449792 Nilstat 
00716871 Nyaderm 



MIT 






BOB 






MIT 


4 


.6229 


MIT 


13 


.7500 


SOU 




.3816 


SQU 


5 


.1167 


VSD 




.2440 


VSD 




.2618 


JAN 




.4090 


CRT 


15 


.2985 
.4817 


MCN 






CRT 






MCN 




.5160 


CRT 


3 


.0597 


ORT 




.2555 


CRT 




.3326 


ORT 


15 


.6300 


ORT 


5 


.0994 
.0888 


SQU 






NDA 






LBD 






TAR 







1029 



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O. Reg. 321/90 



1395 

1396 

1397 
1398 

1399 

1400 
1401 
1402 
1403 

1404 
1405 



84:04:08 Anti-Infectives Fungicides 

Nystatin 
lOOOOOU/g Dint 



Nystatin 
25000U/g Vag Cr 



Nystatin 
lOOOOOU/g Vag Cr 

Nystatin 
lOOOOOU Vag Tab 



Tioconazole 
1% Cr 00657395 Trosyd 

84:04:12 Anti-Infectives Parasiticides 



.1007 



00029556 


Mycostatin 


SOU 




00288195 


Nadostine 


NDA 




00449806 


Nilstat 


LED 




00716898 


Nyaderm 


TAR 


.0458 


00288209 


Nadostine 


NDA 




00295973 


Mycostatin 


SOU 




00716901 


Nyaderm 


TAR 




00278793 


Nilstat 


LED 


.2384 
.1427 


00015067 


Nilstat 


LED 




00029491 


Mycostatin 


SOU 




00270091 


Nadostine 


NDA 





Crotamiton 
10% Cr 

Lindane (Gamma Benzene Hexachloride) 
1% Cr 

Lindane (Gamma Benzene Hexachloride) 
1% Lot 

Lindane (Gamma Benzene Hexachloride) 
1% Shampoo 



00623377 Eurax 



00026204 Kwellada 



00026212 Kwellada 



00026220 Kwellada 
00351105 GBH 



Permethrin 
IX Cr Rinse 00771368 Nix 

Pyrethrins Piperonyl Butoxide & 
Petroleum Distillate 
0.3% & 3% & 1.2% Top Sol 

otc lOOmL Pk 00575372 R & C Shampoo 

84:04:16 Anti-Infectives Other Anti-Infectives 



1406 
1407 
1408 



Chlorhexidine Gluconate 
4% Top Sol otc llOmL Pk 

Hexachlorophene 
3% Top Emuls 

* lodochlorhydroxyquin 
3% Cr 



00245097 Hibitane 
00205389 PhisoHex 
00005142 Vioform 



PFI 



CGS 



RCA 



RCA 



RCA 
ROR 



BWE 



.4287 

.2885 

.0741 

.0545 
.0545 

.1017 



RCA 13.9000 

AYE 5.1000 

WIN .0408 

CIB .2040 



1030 



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Item 84:00 Skin and Mucous Membrane Preparations 



3829 



84:04:16 Anti-Infectives Other Anti-Infectives 



1409 lodochlorhydroxyquin 

3Z Dint 

1410 Metronidazole 

lOZ Vag Cr-App 

1411 Metronidazole 

500mg Vag Tab-App 

1412 Metronidazole & Nystatin 

SOOmg & lOOOOOU/g Vag Cr-App 

1413 Metronidazole & Nystatin 

500mg (. lOOOOOU Vag Sup 

1414 Metronidazole & Nystatin 

500mg & lOOOOOU Vag Tab-App 

1415 N'benzoylsulfanilamide & 

Sulfathiazole & Sulfacetamide & Urea 
Vag Cr-App 

1416 * Povidone - Iodine 

lOZ Top Sol 



00005797 Vioform 

00024929 Flagyl 

00025887 Flagyl 

00338338 Flagystatin 

00439134 Flagystatin 

00250724 Flagystatin 

I 
00153605 Sultrin 



1417 Povidone - Iodine 
lOZ Vag Gel 



1418 Povidone - Iodine 
10% Vag Sol 



1419 


Povidone - Iodine 




200mg Vag Sup 


1420 


Silver Sulfadiazine 




1% Cr 



1421 Sulfanilamide & Allantoin & 

Aminacrine HCl & Dienestrol 
Vag Cr 

1422 Sulfanilamide & Aminacrine HCl & 

Allantoin 
Vag Cr 

1423 Sulfanilamide & Aminacrine HCl & 

Allantoin 
Vag Sup 

1424 Triclosan 

0.5% Top Sol 

84:06:00 Anti-Inflammatory Agents 

1425 Amcinonide 

0.1% Cr 



00158348 Betadine 
00172944 Proviodine 



00026034 Betadine 
00026611 Proviodine 



00026093 Betadine 
00252824 Proviodine 



00026050 Betadine 
00323098 Flamazine 

00134198 AVC/Dienestrol 

00134120 AVC 

00134139 AVC 
00632317 Tersaseptic 

00443824 Cyclocort 



CIB 



RPP 



RPF 



RPP 



RPP 



RPP 



CRT 



PFR 
ROG 



PFR 
ROG 



PFR 
ROG 



PFR 



SNE 



HER 



MER 



MER 



TCD 



LED 



.2040 
.1880 
.4160 
.3707 
2.0386 
2.0386 

.2223 
.0073 

.0732 

.0259 

.6000 
.2060 

.2750 

.2310 

1.6520 
.0185 

.3969 



I 



1031 



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O. Reg. 321/90 



8A;06:00 Anti-Inflammatory Agents 

1426 Amcinonide 
0.1% Lot 

1A27 Amcinonide 
O.IZ Oint 

1A28 Beclomethasone Dipropionate 
0.025% Cr 

1429 Beclomethasone Dipropionate 

0.025% Lot 

1430 Beclomethasone Dipropionate 

0.025% Oint 

1431 Betamethasone Benzoate 

0.025% Gel 

1432 Betamethasone Dipropionate 

0.05% Cr 

1433 Betamethasone Dipropionate 

0.05% Lot 

1434 Betamethasone Dipropionate 

0.05% Oint 

1435 Betamethasone Dipropionate in a base 

containing propylene glycol 
0.05% Oint 

1436 Betamethasone Dipropionate in 

propylene glycol base 
0.05% Cr 

1437 Betamethasone Valerate 

0.05% Cr 



1438 Betamethasone Valerate 
0.1% Cr 



00571016 Cyclocort 
00559237 Cyclocort 
00002712 Propaderm 
00270466 Propaderm 
00003697 Propaderm 
00335347 Beben 
00323071 Diprosone 
00417246 Diprosone 
00344923 Diprosone 

00629367 Diprolene 



1439 Betamethasone Valerate 
0.05% Lot 



1440 Betamethasone Valerate 
0.1% Lot 



1441 Betamethasone Valerate 
0.05% Dint 



LED 



LED 



GLA 



GLA 



GLA 



PDA 



SCH 



SCH 



SCH 



SCH 



00688622 Diprolene Glycol SCH 



00011916 Betnovate-1/2 GLA 

00027898 Celestoderm-V/2 SCH 

00535427 Ectosone Mild TCH 

00716618 Betaderm TAR 



00011924 Betnovate GLA 

00027901 Celestoderm-V SCH 

00535435 Ectosone Regular TCH 

00716626 Betaderm TAR 



00011932 Betnovate-1/2 GLA 
00653209 Ectosone Mild TCH 



00011940 Betnovate GLA 

00750050 Ectosone Regular TCH 



00012378 Betnovate-1/2 GLA 
00028355 Celestoderm-V/2 SCH 
00716642 Betaderm TAR 



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3831 



I 



8A:06:00 Anti-Inflammatory Agents 

1442 Betamethasone Valerate 
O.U Dint 



1443 Betamethasone Valerate 
O.IZ Scalp Lot 



1444 Bufexamac 
5X Cr 



1445 Bufexamac 
5Z Dint 



1446 Clobetasol Propionate 

0.05Z Cr 

1447 Clobetasol Propionate 

0.05Z Oint 

1448 Clobetasol Propionate 

0.05Z Scalp Lot 

1449 Clobetasone Butyrate 

0.05Z Cr 

1450 Clobetasone Butyrate 

0.05X Oint 

1451 Desonide 

0.05Z Cr 

1452 Desonide 

0.05Z Oint 

1453 Desoximetasone 

0.05Z Emol Cr 

1454 Desoximetasone 

0.25Z Emol Cr 

1455 Diflorasone Diacetate 

0.05Z Cr 



1456 Diflorasone Diacetate 

0.05X Oint 

1457 Dif lucortolone Valerate 

O.IZ Cr 

1458 Diflucortolone Valerate 



.0244 



O.IZ Oily Cr 



00012386 


Betnovate 


GLA 




00028363 


Celestoderm-V 


SCH 




00716650 


Betaderm 


TAR 


.0865 


00027944 


Valisone 


SCH 




00653217 


Ectosone 


TCH 




00716634 


Betaderm 


TAR 




00726486 


Betamethasone 








Valerate 


PHD 


.2506 


00441147 


Norfemac 


NRD 




00695874 


Parfenac 


LED 


.2506 


00441155 


Norfemac 


NRD 




00695882 


Parfenac 


LED 




00359718 


De r mo va te 


GLA 


.6016 


00359726 


Dermovate 


GLA 


.6016 


00479012 


Dermovate 


GLA 


.5008 


00456543 


Eumovate 


GLA 


.3533 


00456551 


Eumovate 


GLA 


.3533 


00521248 


Tridesilon 


MIT 


.3853 


00521264 


Tridesilon 


MIT 


.3627 


00486450 


Topicort Mild 


HOE 


.3150 


00420271 


Topicort 


HOE 


.5450 
.2733 


00481807 


Florone 


UPJ 




00530956 


Flutone 


ROR 




00481793 


Florone 


UPJ 


.2733 


00587826 


Nerisone 


STI 


.3533 


00587818 


Nerisone 


STI 


.3533 



1033 



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Item 8A:00 Skin and Mucous Membrane Preparations 



O. Reg. 321/90 



84:06:00 Anti-Inflammatory Agents 

1459 Dif lucortolone Valerate 

0.1% Oint 

1460 Flumethasone Pivalate 

0.03% Cr 

1461 Fluocinolone Acetonide 

0.01% Cr 



1462 Fluocinolone Acetonide 
0.025% Cr 



1463 Fluocinolone Acetonide 

0.01% Emol Cr 

1464 Fluocinolone Acetonide 

0.025% Emol Cr 

1465 Fluocinolone Acetonide 

0.01% Oint 



1466 Fluocinolone Acetonide 
0.025% Oint 



1467 Fluocinolone Acetonide 

0.01% Top Sol 

1468 Fluocinonide 

0.01% Cr 

1469 Fluocinonide 

0.05% Cr 



1470 Fluocinonide 

0.05% Emol Cr 



1471 Fluocinonide 

0.05% Gel 

1472 Fluocinonide 

0.01% Oint 

1473 Fluocinonide 

0.05% Oint 

1474 Fluocinonide & Procinonide & 

Ciprocinonide 
Emol Cr 

1475 Flurandrenolide 

0.0125% Cr 



00587834 Nerisone 



00005134 Locacorten 



00030414 Synalar Mild 
#00535338 Fluonide Mild 
00716782 Fluoderm 



00030422 Synalar Regular 
#00535281 Fluonide Regular 
00716790 Fluoderm 



00424927 Synamol Mild 



00424935 Synamol Regular 



00030392 Synalar Mild 
00716804 Fluoderm 



00030406 Synalar Regular 
00716812 Fluoderm 



00030260 Synalar Solution 
00274453 Lidex Mild 



00036099 Lidex 
00716863 Lyderm 



00424943 Lidemol 
00598933 Tiamol 



00281913 Topsyn 
00274445 Lidex Mild 
00274437 Lidex 

00781371 Trisyn 
00015318 Drenison-1/4 



STI 



CIB 



SYN 
TCH 
TAR 



SYN 
TCH 
TAR 



SYN 



SYN 



SYN 
TAR 



SYN 
TAR 



SYN 



SYN 



SYN 
TAR 



SYN 
TIC 



SYN 



SYN 



SYN 



MNP 



LIL 



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3833 



84;06;00 Anti-Inf lanunatory Agents 

1A76 Flurandrenolide 
0.05X Cr 

1A77 Flurandrenolide 
0.0125Z Oint 

1478 Flurandrenolide 

0.05Z Oint 

1479 Halcinonide 

0.025;S Cr 

1480 Halcinonide 

O.IZ Cr 

1481 Halcinonide 

0.1% Oint 

1482 Halcinonide 

OAZ Sol 

1483 Hydrocortisone 

0.5Z Cr 



1484 Hydrocortisone 
IX Cr 



1485 Hydrocortisone 

2.5% Cr 

1486 Hydrocortisone 

0.5% Lot 

1487 Hydrocortisone 

1% Lot 

1488 Hydrocortisone 

2.5% Lot 

1489 Hydrocortisone 

0.5% Oint 



1490 Hydrocortisone 
1% Oint 



1491 Hydrocortisone & Urea 
1% & 10% Cr 



00015326 Drenison 
00016004 Drenison-1/4 
00016012 Drenison 
00404179 Halog Mild 
00326941 Halog 
00403075 Halog 
00404187 Halog 



00228079 Hydrocortisone 
00303887 Unicort 
00513288 Cortate 
00551953 Hydrocortisone 



00192597 Emo-Cort 
00228087 Hydrocortisone 
00303895 Unicort 
00502200 Cortate 
00551945 Hydrocortisone 



00595799 Emo-Cort 



00192589 Emo-Cort 



00192600 Emo-Cort 



00595802 Emo-Cort 



00093637 Hydrocortisone 
00513261 Cortate 
00716685 Cortoderm 



00093645 Hydrocortisone 
00502197 Cortate 
00716693 Cortoderm 



00364134 Calmurid-HC 



LIL 


.4532 


LIL 


.2254 


LIL 


.4532 


SOU 


.2225 


SQU 


.4367 


SQU 


.3567 


SQU 


.3567 




.0156 


SDR 




GLA 




SCH 




DTC 






.0197 


TCD 




SDR 




GLA 




SCH 




DTC 




TCD 


.2033 


TCD 


.1050 


TCD 


.1333 


TCD 


.1816 




.0184 


DTC 




SCH 




TAR 






.0187 


DTC 




SCH 




TAR 





PHD 



.2966 



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1492 
1493 

1494 
1495 
1496 
1497 
1498 
1499 

1500 

1501 
1502 

1503 

1504 
1505 

1506 
1507 



84;06;00 Anti-Inflammatory Agents 

Hydrocortisone Acetate 
0.5X Cr 

Hydrocortisone Acetate 
1% Cr 



Hydrocortisone Acetate & Urea 
IX & lOX Cr 

Hydrocortisone Acetate & Urea 
IX & lOZ Lot 

Hydrocortisone Valerate 
0.2% Cr 

Hydrocortisone Valerate 
0.2X Oint 

Methylprednisolone 
0.25Z Cr 

Triamcinolone Acetonide 
0.025X Cr 



Triamcinolone Acetonide 
O.IZ Cr 



Triamcinolone Acetonide 
0.025% Oint 

Triamcinolone Acetonide 
0.1% Oint 



00716820 Hyderm 

00477699 Corticreme 
00716839 Hyderm 

00503134 Uremol-HC 

00560022 Uremol-HC 

00423165 Westcort 

00590800 Westcort 

00031062 Medrol 



00282448 Aristocort D 
00716952 Triaderm 



00014621 Aristocort R 
00029114 Kenalog 
00716960 Triaderm 



00282456 Aristocort D 



00029572 Kenalog 
00127914 Aristocort R 



Triamcinolone Acetonide 0.1% in 
Orabase 
Oral Top Oint 00029505 Kenalog-Orabase 

84;08;00 Antipruritics and Topical Anesthetics 



00623385 Nupercainal 
00000116 Tronothane 



Cinchocaine HCl 
1% Oint 

Pramoxine HCl 
1% Cr 

84;12;00 Astringents 

Aluminum Acetate & Benzethonium 
Chloride 
0.35% & 0.023% Pd 00579947 Buro-Sol 

84:24:00 Emollients, Demulcents and Protectants 



TAR 



ROG 
TAR 



TCD 



TCD 



VSD 



WSD 



UPJ 



LED 
TAR 



LED 
SOU 
TAR 



LED 



SOU 
LED 



SOU 



CCS 



.1101 
ABB .3204 



TCD 



* Dimethylpolysiloxane 
20% Cr 



00253057 Barrière 



GLA 



1036 



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3835 



Item 84:00 Skin and Hucous Hembrane Preparations 



1508 

1509 
1510 
1511 
1512 

1513 
151A 

1515 
1516 
1517 
1518 
1519 
1520 
1521 
1522 

1523 

152A 



84:24:00 Emollients, Demulcents and Protectants 

Ethylhexyl-p-Methoxycinnamate & 
Oxybenzone 
7.5Z & 5Z Moist Lot 



Octyl Dimethyl PÀBÂ & Oxybenzone 
72 & 32 Lot 

Octyl Dimethyl PABÂ & Oxybenzone 
82 & 3.32 Lot 

Octyl Dimethyl PABA & Oxybenzone 
82 & 52 Lot (21 SPF) 

Octyl Hethoxycinnamate, Oxybenzone & 
Octyl Salicylate 
72 & 62 & 52 Cr 

Pedimate & Oxybenzone 
82 & 3.52 Cr 

* Zinc Oxide 
152 Oint 



84:28:00 Keratolytic Agents 

Anthralin 
0.12 Cr 

Anthralin 
0.22 Cr 

Anthralin 
0.42 Cr 

Anthralin 
12 Oint 

Anthralin 
22 Oint 

Anthralin 
32 Oint 

Benzoyl Peroxide 
52 CI Lot 

Benzoyl Peroxide 
102 CI Lot 



00726788 


Ti-UVA-B 22 


TIC 


.0524 


00677094 


Epi sun 


SCH 


.0507 


00539856 


Presun 15 Creamy 


WSD 


.0469 


00645826 


PABA Tan 


AYE 


.0419 


00723932 


Presun 29 


USD 


.0566 


00626708 


Ultrastop 


CDM 


.0607 
.0126 


00093661 


Zinc Oxide 


DTC 




00178969 


Zinc Oxide 


SDR 





Benzoyl Peroxide 
52 Lot 



Benzoyl Peroxide 
102 Lot 



00537594 Anthranol 
00537608 Anthranol 
00537616 Anthranol 
00566756 Anthraforte 1 
00566748 Anthraforte 2 
00617164 Anthraforte 3 
00503835 Benoxyl Wash 



00502669 Benoxyl Vash 
00542040 Desquam-X Wash 



00236063 Benoxyl 
00374326 Oxyderm 



00370568 Benoxyl 
00432938 Oxyderm 



STI 


.2413 


STI 


.2545 


STI 


.2660 


STI 


.3282 


STI 


.3464 


STI 


.3621 


STI 


.0492 




.0465 


STI 




WSD 






.1233 


STI 




ICN 






.1314 


STI 




ICN 





1037 



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Item 84:00 Skin and Mucous Membrane Preparations 



O. Reg. 321/90 



84:28;00 Keratolytic Agents 

1525 Benzoyl Peroxide 
20% Lot 



1526 Benzoyl Peroxide in 

Acetone-containing Gel 
5% Gel 



1527 Benzoyl Peroxide in 

Acetone-containing Gel 
10% Gel 



1528 Benzoyl Peroxide in 

Acetone-containing Gel 
20% Gel 



1529 Benzoyl Peroxide in 

Alcohol-containing Gel 
5% Gel 



1530 Benzoyl Peroxide in 

Alcohol-containing Gel 
10% Gel 



1531 Benzoyl Peroxide in 

Alcohol-containing Gel 
15% Gel 

1532 Benzoyl Peroxide in 

Alcohol-containing Gel 
20% Gel 

1533 Benzoyl Peroxide in Water-based Gel 

5% Gel 



1534 Benzoyl Peroxide in Water-based Gel 
10% Gel 



1535 Benzoyl Peroxide in Water-based Gel 

20% Gel 

1536 Salicylic Acid 

6% Gel 

1537 Salicylic Acid 

4% Shampoo 

1538 Salicylic Acid 

20% Top Sol 



00187585 Benoxyl 
00374318 Oxyderm 



00372692 Dermoxyl 
00406821 AcetOxyl 



00372706 Dermoxyl 
00406848 AcetOxyl 



00399116 Dermoxyl 
00406856 AcetOxyl 



00263702 Panoxyl 
00426261 5-Benzagel 



00263699 Panoxyl 
00426288 10-Benzagel 



00403571 Panoxyl 



00373036 Panoxyl 



00307564 Desquam-X5 
00512613 H20xyl 
00621048 Benzac W 5 



00307572 Desquam-XlO 
00512621 H20xyl 
00621056 Benzac WIO 



00512648 H20xyl 
00307580 Keralyt 
00666106 Sebcur 
00690333 Soluver 



STI 
ICN 



ICN 
STI 



ICN 
STI 



ICN 

STI 



STI 
ROR 



STI 
ROR 



STI 



1698 



,1040 



,1335 



1713 



.1041 



1183 



1616 



STI 


.1713 




.0808 


WSD 




STI 




ALC 






.0925 


WSD 




STI 




ALC 




STI 


.1713 


WSD 


.0993 


DPT 


.0331 


DPT 


.3783 



1038 



O. Reg. 321/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3837 



Item 8A:00 Skin and Mucous Membrane Preparations 



8A;28;00 Keratolytic Agents 



1539 Tretinoin 
O.OU Cr 

15A0 Tretinoin 
0.025Z Cr 

15A1 Tretinoin 
0.05Z Cr 



15A2 Tretinoin 
O.OIX Gel 



1543 Tretinoin 

0.025J: Gel 

1544 Tretinoin 

0.05;S Gel 

1545 Tretinoin 

0.025% Sol 

1546 Tretinoin 

0.05X Top Sol 

84:32:00 Keratoplastic Agents 

1547 Coal Tar Extract 

2X Gel otc 85g Pk 

1548 Coal Tar, Sulfur & Salicylic Acid 

0.5Z & 2Z & 2% Top Sol 
otc lOOmL Pk 

1549 Coaltar & Salicylic Acid 

lOZ & 4Z Shampoo otc 120mL Pk 

1550 Colloidal Crude Coal Tar 

IZ Shampoo otc 240mL Pk 

1551 Crude Coal Tar 

30% Emuls otc 125mL Pk 

1552 Crude Coal Tar 

2.5% Top Sol otc 230mL Pk 

1553 Tar 

1% Shampoo otc 150mL Pk 

1554 Tar Distillate 

2% Emuls otc 250mL Pk 

1555 Tar Distillate 

10% Emuls otc 250mL Pk 

1556 Tar Distillate 

3% Shampoo otc 150mL Pk 



00657204 Stieva-A 



00578576 Stieva-A 



00493333 Vitamin A Acid 
00518182 Stieva-A 



00587958 Stieva-A 
00590797 Vitamin A Acid 



00587966 Stieva-A 
00419001 Vitamin A Acid 
00578568 Stieva-A 
00518174 Stieva-A 

00373222 Estar 

00232890 Sebutone 
00666114 Sebcur/T 
00426423 Zetar 
00426415 Zetar 
00208132 Balnetar 
00249866 Poly tar 
00579955 Doak-Oil 
00579971 Doak-Oil Forte 
00632309 Tersa-Tar 



STI 



,3560 



STI 


.3560 




.3240 


STI 






.3400 


STI 




ROR 




STI 


.3560 


ROR 


.3240 


STI 


.1780 


STI 


.1780 



WSD 


11, 


.5000 


VSD 


6, 


.1000 


DPT 


8. 


.7000 


ROR 


12, 


.9000 


ROR 


12, 


.5000 


VSD 


13, 


.0500 


STI 


9, 


.9000 


TCD 


13, 


.3000 


TCD 


17, 


.7000 


TCD 


7, 


.0000 



1039 



3838 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 8A:00 Skin and Mucous Membrane Preparations 



O. Reg. 321/90 



1557 
1558 
1559 
1560 
1561 



84; 36: 00 Miscellaneous Skin and Mucous Membrane Agents 

00652350 Aveeno 



Colloidal Oatmeal 
Pd-252g Pk 



Colloidal Oatmeal (Oilated) 
Pd-126g Pk 

Etretinate 
lOmg Cap 

Etretinate 
25mg Cap 

Fibrinolysin & Desoxyribonuclease 
lU & 666U/g Oint 



1562 


Fluorouracil 




5% Cr 


1563 


Hydrocortisone 




lOmg Sup 


1564 


Hydrocortisone 




40mg Sup 


1565 


Hydrocortisone Acetate 




10% Rect Aero 


1566 


Isotretinoin 




lOmg Cap 


1567 


Isotretinoin 




40mg Cap 


1568 


Methoxsalen 




lOmg Cap 


1569 


Methoxsalen 




lOmg SG Cap 


1570 


Selenium Sulfide 




2.5X Lot 


1571 


Sutilains 




82000U/g Oint 


1572 


Zinc Pyrithione 




2% Shampoo otc 125mL Pk 


1573 


* Zinc Sulfate 




0.5% Oint 


1574 


* Zinc Sulfate 




lOmg Sup 



00652342 Aveeno (Oilated) 
00616400 Tegison 
00616419 Tegison 
00024082 Elase 
0033058*2 Efudex 
00407836 Cortiment 
00406708 Cortiment 
00579335 Cortifoam 
00582344 Accutane 
00582352 Accutane 
00007269 Oxsoralen 
00646237 UltraMOP 
00243000 Selsun 
00265381 Travase 
00507415 Dan-Gard 



00504246 Anusol 
00621447 Anuzinc 



SCJ 



SCJ 



HLR 



HLR 



PDA 



HLR 



NRD 



NRD 



RCA 



HLR 



ICN 



COM 



ABB 



00621439 Anuzinc 



STI 



PDA 
TCH 



TCH 



6.5376 
6.5376 
1.4300 
2.5133 
1.3226 
.3960 
.8668 
1.1880 
3.2030 
1.3567 



HLR 2.7783 



,5080 



,4330 



.0351 



FLI 2.4120 



9 . 7000 
.0832 

.1797 



1040 



O. Reg. 321/90 

Item 86:00 Spasmolytics 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3839 



1575 Aminophylline 

250mg/10mL Inj Sol-lOmL Pk 

1576 Aminophylline 

SOOmg/lOmL Inj Sol-lOmL Pk 

1577 Aminophylline 

225mg LA Tab 

1578 Aminophylline 

350mg LA Tab 

1579 Aminophylline 

21mg/mL 0/L 

1580 Aminophylline 

500mg Sup 

1581 Aminophylline 

lOOmg Tab 



1582 Aminophylline 

200mg Tab 

1583 Oxtriphylline 

400mg LA Tab 

1584 Oxtriphylline 

600mg LA Tab 

1585 Oxtriphylline 

lOmg/mL 0/L 



1586 Oxtriphylline 

20mg/mL 0/L 

1587 Oxtriphylline 

lOOmg Tab 



1588 Oxtriphylline 
200mg Tab 



1589 Oxtriphylline 
300mg Tab 



1590 Theophylline Anhydrous 
50mg LA Cap 



1591 Theophylline Anhydrous 
75mg LA Cap 



#00535664 Aninophylline 
«00535672 Aminophylline 
00491179 Phyllocontin 
00593230 Phyllocontin-350 
00379603 Palaron 
00451673 Corophyllin 



00014923 Aminophylline 
00092940 Aminophylline 



00014931 Aminophylline 
00503436 Choledyl SA 
00536709 Choledyl SA 



00405310 Rouphylline 
00476390 Choledyl 



00476366 Choledyl 



00441724 Apo-Oxtriphylline 
00458708 Novo-Triphyl 
00476404 Choledyl 



00346071 Rouphylline 
00441732 Apo-Oxtriphylline 
00458716 Novo-Triphyl 
00476412 Choledyl 



00483591 Choledyl 
00511692 Apo-Oxtriphylline 
00565377 Novo-Triphyl 



00551422 Somophyllin-12 
00778893 Slo-Bid 



00692751 Somophyllin-12 



SOU 
SOU 
PFR 



.8700 
.8700 
.1800 



PFR 


.2284 


PIS 


.0432 


BEE 


.5875 




.0294 


LED 




DTC 




LED 


.0829 


PDA 


.2066 


PDA 


.2452 




.0105 


ROG 




PDA 




PDA 


.0266 




.0214 


APX 




NOP 




PDA 






.0245 


ROG 




APX 

KIAD 




NUr 
PDA 






.0320 


PDA 




APX 
NOP 




FIS 


.1572 


ROR 


.1570 



FIS 



.1736 



1041 



3840 

Item 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



86:00 Spasmolytics 



O. Reg. 321/90 



1592 

1593 

159A 
1595 

1596 
1597 
1598 

1599 
1600 

1601 
1602 
1603 
1604 
1605 



Theophylline Anhydrous 
lOOmg LA Cap 



Theophylline Anhydrous 
200mg LA Cap 



Theophylline Anhydrous 
250mg LA Cap 

Theophylline Anhydrous 
300mg LA Cap 



Theophylline Anhydrous 
350mg LA Cap 

Theophylline Anhydrous 
lOOmg LA Tab 

Theophylline Anhydrous 
200mg LA Tab 



Theophylline Anhydrous 
250mg LA Tab 

Theophylline Anhydrous 
300mg LA Tab 



Theophylline Anhydrous 
400mg LA Tab 

Theophylline Anhydrous 
450mg LA Tab 

Theophylline Anhydrous 
SOOmg LA Tab 

Theophylline Anhydrous 
600mg LA Tab 

Theophylline Anhydrous 
5.3mg/mL 0/L 



1606 
1607 
1608 
1609 



Theophylline Anhydrous 
lOrag/mL 0/L 

Theophylline Anhydrous 
125mg Tab 

Theophylline Anhydrous 
250mg Tab 

Theophylline Calcium Aminoacetate 
325mg Tab 



00551430 Somophyllin-12 
00600024 Slo-Bid 



00600032 Slo-Bid 
00609013 Somophyllin-12 



00551414 Somophyllin-12 



00600040 Slo-Bid 
00609021 Somophyllin-12 



00692778 Somophyllin-12 
00460982 Theo-Dur 



00460990 Theo-Dur 
00791652 Theolair-SR 



00461695 Theolair-SR 



00461008 Theo-Dur 
00545732 Theolair-SR 



00738875 Uniphyl 



+00722065 Theo-Dur 



00502014 Theolair-SR 



00738883 Uniphyl 



00547115 Quibron-T 



00395218 Theolair 



00461687 Theolair 



00263761 Acet-Am 



FIS 
ROR 



ROR 
FIS 



FIS 



ROR 
FIS 



FIS 



AST 



AST 
RIK 



RIK 



AST 
RIK 



PFR 



AST 



RIK 



PFR 



00261203 


Theophylline 


DES 


00461709 


Theolair Alcohol 






Free Oral Liquid 


RIK 


00532223 


Theophylline 


TCH 


00575151 


PMS-Theophylline 


PMS 


00704466 


Elixophyllin 


BER 



BRI 



RIK 



RIK 



ORG 



1042 



O. Reg. 321/90 

Item 88:00 Vitamins 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3841 



88:04:00 Vitamin A 

1610 Vitamin A 

25000IU Cap 



1611 Vitamin A 

50000IU Cap 

88:08:00 Vitamins B 

1612 * Cyanocobalamin 

Img/mL Inj Sol otc lOmL Pk. 



1613 Folic Acid 
5mg Tab 



161A Leucovorin Calcium 
5mg Tab 

1615 Nicotinic Acid 
50mg Tab dpp 



1616 Nicotinic Acid 
lOOmg Tab dpp 



1617 Pyridoxine HCl 
25mg Tab dpp 



1618 Thiamine HCl 

lOOOmg/lOmL Inj Sol-lOmL Pk. dpp 

1619 Thiamine HCl 

50mg Tab dpp 



1620 * Vitamins B & C 
Tab otc 100 Pk 

88:12:00 Vitamin C 

1621 * Ascorbic Acid 
lOOmg Tab otc 100 Pk 



00021067 Vitamin A 
00723460 Aquasol A 



00021075 Vitamin A 
00723452 Aquasol A 



00002909 Anacobin 
00029165 Rubramin 
00314277 Cyanocobalamin 
00716707 Cyanocobalamin 



00014966 Folvite 
00021466 Novo-Folacid 
00094617 Folic Acid 
00284149 Folic Acid-ICN 
00426849 Apo-Folic 
00498777 Folic Acid 



NOP 
ROR 



NOP 
ROR 



GLA 
SOU 
NRD 
TAR 



LEO 

NOP 
DTC 
ICN 
APX 
LEA 



.0450 



.0740 



6.4000 



.0068 



00482900 Leucovorin Calcium LED 



00015768 Niacin 
00268593 Niacin-ICN 
00274496 Novo-Niacin 



00015776 Niacin 
00268585 Niacin-ICN 



00015865 Hexa-Betalin 
00232475 Vitamin B6 
00268607 Vitamin B6-ICN 
00416185 Vitamin B6 



00033421 Betaxin 



00268631 Vitamin Bl-ICN 
00610267 Vitamin Bl 



00750646 Beminal 



00021970 Novo-C 
00094633 Ascorbic Acid 
00466646 Apo-C 



LIL 
ICN 
NOP 



LIL 
ICM 



LIL 
LEA 
ICN 
VAH 



VIN 



ICN 
LEA 



4.9109 
.0115 

.0305 
.0195 



14.3010 
.0217 



AYE 10.3000 



1 . 8000 



NOP 
DTC 
APX 



1043 



3842 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 321/90 



Item 88:00 Vitamins 



88;12:00 Vitamin C 

1622 Ascorbic Acid 

250mg Tab otc 100 Pk 



1623 * Ascorbic Acid 

500mg Tab otc 100 Pk 



1624 Ascorbic Acid 

lOOOmg Tab otc 100 Pk 



88;16;00 Vitamin D 

1625 Alfacalcidol 

0.25mcg Cap dpp 

1626 Alfacalcidol 

0.2mcg/mL Oral Sol dpp 



1627 


Alfacalcidol 
Imcg Cap dpp 


1628 


Calcitriol 
0.25mcg Cap dpp 


1629 


Calcitriol 
O.Smcg Cap dpp 


1630 


Dihydrotachysterol 
0.125mg Cap 


1631 


Ergocalciferol 
10360IU/mL 0/L 


1632 


Vitamin D 
50000IU Cap 


1633 


Vitamin D 
A00IU/0.6mL 0/L dpp 




88:24:00 Vitamin K 



1634 Menadiol Sodium Diphosphate 

5mg Tab dpp 

\ 88:28:00 Multivitamins 

1635 * Hexavitamins USP 

Tab otc 100 Pk 



1636 * Vitamins A & D & C & B Complex 
0/L otc 500mL Pk 



1637 * Vitamins A & D & C & B Complex 
Ped 0/L otc 50mL Pk 



00021237 


Novo-C 


NOP 


00036161 


Vitamin C 


VAM 


00094641 


Ascorbic Acid 


DTC 


00466638 


Apo-C 


APX 


00021997 


Novo-C 


NOP 


00036188 


Vitamin C 


WAM 


00094668 


Ascorbic Acid 


DTC 


00466611 


Apo-C 


APX 


00256862 


Vitamin C 


WAM 


00466603 


Apo-C 


APX 


00535907 


Novo-C 


NOP 



00474517 One-Alpha 
+00759546 One-Alpha 
00474525 One-Alpha 
00481823 Rocaltrol 
00481815 Rocaltrol 
00033057 Hytakerol 
00033545 Drisdol 



00002690 Radiostol 
00009830 Ostoforte 



00630934 D-Vi-Sol 



00013374 Synkavite 



LEO 



LEO 



LEO 



HLR 



HLR 



WIN 



WIN 



GLA 
FRS 



MJO 



HLR .0715 



00269034 Hexavitamins 


NOP 




00701130 Apo-Hexa 


APX 




00156493 Pardee 


PDA 


13.4000 


00647578 Poly-Vi-Sol 


MJO 


18.7000 


1044 







o. Reg. 321/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 92:00 Unclassified Therapeutic Agents 



3843 



1638 Allopurinol 
lOOmg Tab 



1639 Allopurinol 
200mg Tab 



1640 Allopurinol 
300ing Tab 



.0178 



i 



1641 


Amantadine HCl 
lOOmg Cap 


1642 


Amantadine HCl 
lOmg/mL 0/L 


1643 


Azathioprine 
50mg Tab 


1644 


Bromocriptine 
5mg Cap 


1645 


Bromocriptine 
2.5mg Tab 


1646 


Calcium Carbimide 
50mg Tab 


1647 


Clomiphene Citrate 
50mg Tab 


1648 


Colchicine 
0.6mg Tab 


1649 


Colchicine 
Img Tab 


1650 


Disulf iram 
250mg Tab 


1651 


Disulf iram 
500mg Tab 


1652 


Etidronate Disodium 
200mg Tab 


1653 


Glucagon 
Inj Pd-lmg Pk 



00004588 
00364282 
00402818 
00415731 
00449687 


Zyloprim 

Novo-Purol 

Apo-Allopurinol 

Purinol 

Alloprin 


EVE 
NOP 
APX 
HOR 
ICN 




00415758 
00479799 
00506370 
00514209 
00565342 


Purinol 

Apo-Allopurinol 

Zyloprim 

Alloprin 

Novo-Purol 


HOR 
APX 
BVE 
ICN 
NOP 


.0352 


00294322 
00363693 
00402796 
00415766 
00454354 


Zyloprin 

Novo-Purol 

Apo-Allopurinol 

Purinol 

Alloprin 


BVE 
NOP 
APX 
HOR 
ICN 


.0433 


00589012 


Symmetrel 


DUP 


.6265 


00589004 


Symmetrel 


DUP 


.1059 


00004596 


lauran 


BVE 


.7425 


00568643 


Parlodel 


SAN 


1.4321 


00371033 


Parlodel 


SAN 


.8259 


00014958 


Tempos il 


LED 


.4472 


00018031 
00640158 


Clomid 
Serophene 


HER 
PMS 


3.9140 


00000396 
00094382 
00287873 


Colchicine 
Colchicine 
Colchicine 


ABB 
DTC 
ROG 


.0582 


00206032 


Colchicine 


ROG 


.2236 


00002534 


Antabuse 


ATE 


.2763 


00002542 


Antabuse 


ATE 


.5254 


00582522 
00015377 


Didronel 
Glucagon 


EAT 
LIL 


1.2000 
22.5671 



I 



1045 



3844 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 92:00 Unclassified Therapeutic Agents 



O. Reg. 321/90 



165A Levodopa 

250mg Tab 

1655 Levodopa 

500mg Tab 

1656 Levodopa & Benserazide 

50mg f, 12.5mg Cap 

1657 Levodopa & Benserazide 

lOOmg & 25mg Cap 

1658 Levodopa & Benserazide 

200mg & 50mg Cap 

1659 Levodopa & Carbidopa 

lOOmg & lOmg Tab 

1660 Levodopa & Carbidopa 

lOOmg & 25mg Tab 

1661 Levodopa & Carbidopa 

250mg & 25mg Tab 

1662 Pentoxifylline 

AOOmg LA Tab 

1663 Phenazopyridine HCl 

lOOmg Tab 



1664 Phenazopyridine HCl 
200mg Tab 



1665 Sodium Cromoglycate 

lOOmg Cap 

1666 Sodium Cromoglycate 

Inh-112 dose Pk 

1667 Sodium Cromoglycate 

Inh-200 dose Pk 

1668 Sodium Cromoglycate 

i;^ Inh Sol-2mL Pk 

1669 Sodium Cromoglycate 

20mg/Cart Pd Inh 

1670 Sodium Fluoride 

2.2mg Tab 

1671 Sterile Water for Injection 

Inj Sol-lOmL Pk 



00013331 Larodopa 
00013358 Larodopa 
00522597 Prolopa 50-12.5 
00386464 Prolopa 100-25 
00386472 Prolopa 200-50 
00355658 Sinemet 
00513997 Sinemet 
00328219 Sinemet 



00261238 Intal Spincaps 
00638021 Flozenges 
00624721 Sterile Water 



HLR 



HLR 



HLR 



HLR 



HLR 



MSD 



MSD 



MSD 



.1480 
.2625 
.2365 
.3890 
.6490 
.3317 
.4891 
.5241 



00586625 


Trental 


HOE 




.5483 
.1079 


00271489 


Phenazo 


ICN 






00476714 


Pyridium 


PDA 




.1495 


00454583 


Phenazo 


ICN 






00476722 


Pyridium 


PDA 






00500895 


Nalcrom 


FIS 




.8722 


00990981 


Intal 


FIS 


22 


.7600 


00555649 
00534609 


Intal 
Intal 


FIS 
FIS 


35 


.7100 
.7029 



FIS 



ORB 



.4213 



.0465 



AST .5689 
O. Reg. 321/90, s. 1. 



2. This Regulation comes into force on the 1st day of July, 1990. 

26/90 



1046 



O. Reg. 322/90 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3845 



PRESCRIPTION DRUG COST REGULATION ACT, 1986 

O. Reg. 322/90. 

General. 

Made— June 14th, 1990. 

Filed— June 15th, 1990. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 690/86 

MADE UNDER THE 

PRESCRIPTION DRUG COST REGULATION ACT, 1986 

1. Schedule 1 to Ontario Regulation 690/86, as remade by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
683/89, is revoked and the following substituted: 



Schedule 1 



Item 04:00 Antihistaminics 



* Diphenhydramine HCl 
25mg Cap 00022756 Benadryl PDA 

00370517 Allerdryl ICN 



* Diphenhydramine HCl 
50mg Cap 



00022764 Benadryl 
00271411 Allerdryl 



PDA 
ICN 



Promethazine HCl 
2mg/mL O/L 



00025429 Phenergan RPP 

00583979 PMS-Promethazine PMS 



1047 



3846 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 08:00 Anti-Infective Agents 



O. Reg. 322/90 



08;12;0A Antibiotics Antifungals 

A Nystatin 

lOOOOOU/mL 0/L 



00014850 Nilstat 
00248169 Mycostatin 
00282219 Nadostine 



LED 
SOU 
NDA 



5 Nystatin 

500000U Tab 



08; 12; 12 Antibiotics Erythromycins 



6 Erythromycin Base 
250mg Ent Pel Cap 



7 Erythromycin Base 
250mg Tab 



8 Erythromycin Estolate 
250mg Cap 



9 Erythromycin Estolate 
25mg/mL 0/L 



10 Erythromycin Estolate 
50mg/mL 0/L 



11 Erythromycin Ethylsuccinate 
40mg/mL 0/L 



12 Erythromycin Ethylsuccinate 
80mg/mL 0/L 



13 Erythromycin Ethylsuccinate 
600mg Tab 



14 Erythromycin Stéarate 
250mg Tab 



15 Erythromycin Stéarate 
500mg Tab 



00014974 Nilstat LED 

00029416 Mycostatin SQU 

00270113 Nadostine NDA 



00607142 ERYC PDA 

00726672 Apo-Erythro E-C APX 



00030899 E-Mycin UPJ 

00244635 Erythromid ABB 

00640263 Erythromycin KNR 

00682020 Apo-Erythro APX 



00015202 Ilosone LIL 

00020966 Novo-Rythro Estolate NOP 



00015474 Ilosone LIL 

00021172 Novo-Rythro Estolate NOP 



00210641 Ilosone LIL 

00262595 Novo-Rythro Estolate NOP 



00000299 EES-200 ABB 

00605859 Novo-Rythro 

Ethylsuccinate NOP 



00453617 EES-400 
00652318 Novo-Rythro 

Ethylsuccinate 



00583782 EES-600 
00637416 Apo-Erythro-ES 



ABB 



NOP 



ABB 
APX 



00000434 Erythrocin ABB 

00391581 Novo-Rythro Stéarate NOP 
00545678 Apo-Erythro-S APX 



00266515 Erythrocin ABB 

00688568 Apo-Erythro-S APX 



1048 



O. Reg. 322/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 08:00 Anti-Infective Agents 



3847 



16 



' 17 



08;12;16 Antibiotics Penicillins 

Amoxicillin 
250rag Cap 



Amoxicillin 
500mg Cap 



18 



19 



Amoxicillin 
25mg/mL 0/L 



Amoxicillin 
50mg/mL 0/L 



20 Ampicillin 
250mg Cap 



21 Ampicillin 
500mg Cap 



22 Ampicillin 

Inj Pd- 500mg Pk 



23 Ampicillin 

Inj Pd-lOOOmg Pk 



24 Ampicillin 

25mg/mL O/L 



25 Ampicillin 

50mg/mL O/L 



26 



27 



Cloxacillin 
250mg Cap 



Cloxacillin 
500mg Cap 



00288497 


Amoxil 


AYE 


0040672A 


Novamoxin 


NOP 


00628115 


Apo-Amoxi 


AFX 


00330531 


Amoxil 


AYE 


00406716 


Novamoxin 


NOP 


00628123 


Apo-Amoxi 


APX 


00288500 


Amoxil 


AYE 


00452149 


Novamoxin 


NOP 


00628131 


Apo-Amoxi 


APX 


00288519 


Amoxil 


AYE 


00452130 


Novamoxin 


NOP 


00628158 


Apo-Amoxi 


APX 


00002003 


Penbritin 


AYE 


00020877 


Novo-Arapicillin 


NOP 


00603279 


Apo-Ampi 


APX 


00002011 


Penbritin 


AYE 


00020885 


Novo-Ampicillin 


NOP 


00603295 


Apo-Ampi 


APX 


00002119 


Penbritin 


AYE 


00004057 


Ampicin 


BRI 


00002127 


Penbritin 


AYE 


00004065 


Ampicin 


BRI 


00002410 


Penbritin 


AYE 


00021121 


Novo-Ampicillin 


NOP 


00603260 


Apo-Ampi 


APX 


00002429 


Penbritin 


AYE 


00021148 


Novo-Ampicillin 


NOP 


00603287 


Apo-Ampi 


APX 


00002046 


Orbenin 


AYE 


00337765 


Novo-Cloxin 


NOP 


00618292 


Apo-Cloxi 


APX 


00002054 


Orbenin 


AYE 


00337773 


Novo-Cloxin 


NOP 


00618284 


Apo-Cloxi 


APX 



1049 



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Item 08:00 Anti-Infective Agents 



O. Reg. 322/90 



08;12;16 Antibiotics Penicillins 

28 Cloxacillin 

Inj Pd- 250mg Pk 



29 Cloxacillin 

Inj Pd- 500mg Pk 



30 Cloxacillin 

Inj Pd-2000mg Pk 

31 Cloxacillin 

25mg/mL 0/L 



32 Penicillin G (Potassium) 
500000IU Tab 



33 Penicillin G Crystalline 
Inj Pd- lOOOOOOIU Pk 



34 Penicillin G Crystalline 
Inj Pd- 5000000IU Pk 



35 Penicillin V (Benzathine) 
60mg/mL 0/L 



36 Penicillin V (Potassium) 
25mg/mL 0/L 



37 Penicillin V (Potassium) 
60mg/mL 0/L 



38 Penicillin V (Potassium) 
300mg Tab 



08;12;24 Antibiotics Tetracyclines 

39 Tetracycline 
250mg Cap 



00002151 Orbenin AYE 

00407593 Tegopen BRI 



00002178 Orbenin AYE 

00407607 Tegopen BRI 



00002186 Orbenin AYE 

00407615 Tegopen BRI 



00002445 Orbenin AYE 

00337757 Novo-Cloxin NOP 
00644633 Apo-Cloxi AFX 



00107484 Megacillin 500 FRS 
00151432 Novo-Pen-500 NOP 



00002208 Penicillin G (Pot) AYE 
00011983 Crystapen (Sod) GLA 



00002216 Penicillin G (Pot) AYE 
00011991 Crystapen (Sod) GLA 



00034045 Pen-Vee WYE 

00248835 PVF 500 FRS 



00015563 V-Cillin K LIL 

00018635 Nadopen-V NDA 

00642223 Apo-Pen V-K APX 



00331945 VC-K 500 LIL 

00391603 Novo-Pen-VK-500 NOP 
00642231 Apo-Pen V-K APX 



00018740 Nadopen-V NDA 

00021202 Novo-Pen-VK-500 NOP 

00248843 PVF-K 500 FRS 

00642215 Apo-Pen V-K APX 



00014605 Achromycin V LED 

00021059 Novo-Tetra NOP 

00024422 Tetracyn PFI 

00580929 Apo-Tetra APX 



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Item 08:00 Anti-Infective Agents 



3849 



08;12;28 Antibiotics Other Antibiotics 

AO Cefazolin Sodium 
Inj Pd- 500mg Pk 



41 Cefazolin Sodium 
Inj Pd-lOOOmg Pk 



42 Cephalexin Honohydrate 
250mg Cap 



43 Cephalexin Monohydrate 
500mg Cap 



44 Cephalexin Monohydrate 
25mg/mL 0/L 



45 Cephalexin Monohydrate 
50mg/mL 0/L 



46 Cephalexin Monohydrate 
250mg Tab 



47 Cephalexin Monohydrate 
500mg Tab 



48 Gentamicin Sulfate 

80mg/2mL Inj Sol-2mL Pk 



00319139 


Ancef 


SKF 


00322288 


Kefzol 


LIL 


00319112 


Ancef 


SKF 


00322296 


Kefzol 


LIL 


00253154 


Ceporex 


G LA 


00342084 


Novo-Lexin 


NOP 


00253146 


Ceporex 


GLA 


00342114 


Novo-Lexin 


NOP 


00015547 


Keflex 


LIL 


00342106 


Novo-Lexin 


NOP 


00035645 


Keflex 


LIL 


00342092 


Novo-Lexin 


NOP 


00403628 


Keflex 


LIL 


00583413 


Novo-Lexin 


NOP 


00768723 


Apo-Cephalex 


APX 


00244392 


Keflex 


LIL 


00583421 


Novo-Lexin 


NOP 


00768715 


Apo-Cephalex 


APX 


00223824 


Garamycin 


SCH 


00259179 


Cidomycin 


ROU 



08:16;00 Anti tubercular Agents 

49 Ethambutol HCl 
lOOmg Tab 



50 Ethambutol HCl 

400mg Tab 

51 Isoniazid 

lOOmg Tab 

52 Isoniazid 

300mg Tab 



53 Rifampin 

150mg Cap 



00127957 


Myambutol 


LED 


00247960 


Etibi 


ICN 


00127965 


Myambutol 


LED 


00247979 


Etibi 


ICN 


00261270 


Isotamine 


ICN 


00440108 


Isoniazid 


SAP 


00272655 


Isotamine 


ICN 


00310247 


Isoniazid 


SAP 


00210471 


Rimactane 


CIB 


00393444 
00580376 


Rofact 
Rifadin 


ICN 
MER 



1051 



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Item 08:00 Anti-Infective Agents 



O. Reg. 322/90 



08; 16; 00 Anti tubercular Agents 

5A Rifampin 

300mg Cap 



00210463 Rimactane CIB 

00343617 Rofact ICN 

00580384 Rifadin MER 



08; 20: 00 Plasmodicides (Antimalarials) 



55 Chloroquine Phosphate 
250mg Tab 



00021261 Novo-Chloroquine NOP 
00033642 Aralen WIN 



56 Quinine Sulfate 
200mg Cap 



00021008 Novo-Quinine NOP 
00093742 Quinine Sulfate DTC 
00178993 Quinine Sulfate SDR 



57 Quinine Sulfate 
300mg Cap 



00021016 Novo-Quinine NOP 
00093750 Quinine DTC 

00179000 Quinine Sulfate SDR 



08:24:00 Sulfonamides 

58 Sulfamethoxazole 
500mg Tab 



59 Sulfasalazine 
500mg Ent Tab 



60 Sulfasalazine 
500mg Tab 



08:32;00 Trichomonacides 

61 Metronidazole 
250mg Tab 



08:36:00 Urinary Anti-Infectives 

62 Nitrofurantoin 
50mg Tab 



63 Nitrofurantoin 
lOOmg Tab 



00013412 Gantanol HLR 

00421480 Apo-Sulfamethoxazole APX 



00158526 Salazopyrin PHD 

00445126 S.A.S. Enteric 500 ICN 
00598488 PMS-Sulfasalazine 

-E.C. PMS 

00685925 Sulfasalazine KNR 

00024856 Salazopyrin PHD 

00263869 S.A.S. 500 ICN 

00598461 PMS-Sulfasalazine PMS 

00685933 Sulfasalazine KNR 



00021555 Novo-Nidazol NOP 

00025615 Flagyl RPP 

00545066 Apo-Metronidazole APX 

00584339 PMS-Metronidazole PMS 



00021563 Novo-Furan NOP 

00319511 Apo-Nitrofurantoin APX 



00021571 Novo-Furan NOP 

00092819 Nitrofurantoin DTC 
00312738 Apo-Nitrofurantoin APX 



1052 



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Item 08:00 Anti-Infective Agents 



3851 



08:36:00 Urinary Anti-Infectives 

64 Pivmecillinam HCl 
200rag Tab 



00657212 
00791741 



Selexid 
Mecillin 200 



08:40:00 Miscellaneous Anti-Infectives 

65 Sulfamethoxazole & Trimethoprim 
40mg & 8mg/mL 0/L 



66 Sulfamethoxazole & Trimethoprim 
400mg (, 80rag Tab 



67 Sulfamethoxazole & Trimethoprim 
800mg & 160mg Tab 



LEO 
HCN 



00270644 


Septra 


BVE 


00272485 


Bactrim Sugar Free 


HLR 


00726540 


Novo-Trimel 


NOP 


00846465 


Apo-Sulfatrim 


AFX 


00270636 


Septra 


BWE 


00272469 


Bactrim 


HLR 


00445274 


Apo-Sulfatrim 


AFX 


00510637 


Novo-Trimel 


NOF 


00516759 


Sulfamethoxazole & 






Trimethoprim 


DTC 


00368040 


Septra DS 


BVE 


00371823 


Bactrim-DS 


HLR 


00445282 


Apo-Sulfatrim-DS 


AFX 


00510645 


Novo-Trimel DS 


NOF 


00516767 


Sulfamethoxazole & 






Trimethoprim DS 


DTC 



Item 10:00 Antineoplastic Agents 



68 Cyclophosphamide 
25mg Tab 



69 Cyclophosphamide 
50mg Tab 



70 Tamoxifen Citrate 
lOmg Tab 



71 Tamoxifen Citrate 
20mg Tab 



00262676 Frocytox HOR 

00344877 Cytoxan BRI 



00013749 Frocytox HOR 

00344885 Cytoxan BRI 



00419052 Nolvadex ICI 

00657360 Tamofen RPF 

+00810444 Tamone ADI 

00812404 Apo-Tamox AFX 

+00839361 Alpha-Tamoxifen GEN 



00638706 Nolvadex D ICI 

00657379 Tamofen RPF 

+00810452 Tamone ADI 

00812390 Apo-Tamox AFX 

+00839353 Alpha-Tamoxifen GEN 



1053 



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O. Reg. 322/90 



Item 12:00 Autonomic Agents 



12:04;00 Parasympathomimetic (Cholinergic) Agents 



72 Bethanechol Chloride 
lOmg Tab 



003A9720 Urecholine 
00A52998 Duvoid 



FRS 
EAT 



73 Bethanechol Chloride 
25mg Tab 



00349739 Urecholine 
00A53005 Duvoid 



12;08;00 Parasympatholytic (Cholinergic Blocking) Agents 



7A Benztropine Mesylate 
2mg Tab 



75 Procyclidine HCl 
0.5mg/mL 0/L 



76 Procyclidine HCl 
5mg Tab 



77 Propantheline Bromide 
15mg Tab 



78 Trihexyphenidyl HCl 
2mg Tab 



79 Trihexyphenidyl HCl 
5mg Tab 



00016357 Cogentin 
00A26857 Apo-Benztropine 
#00A28086 Bensylate 



0000AA05 Kemadrin 
00A85012 Procyclid 



0000A758 Kemadrin 
00306290 Procyclid 
0058735A PMS-Procyclidine 

00028592 Pro-Banthine 
0029A837 Propanthel 



000150A0 Artane 
00021911 Novo-Hexidyl 
00280AA5 Aparkane 
005A5058 Apo-Trihex 



00015059 Artane 
00021938 Novo-Hexidyl 
0027131A Aparkane 
005A507A Apo-Trihex 



12;12;00 Sympathomimetic (Adrenergic) Agents 



80 Pseudoephedrine HCl 

6mg/mL 0/L 

81 Pseudoephedrine HCl 

60mg Tab 



82 Salbutamol 

Inh-200 dose Pk 



83 Salbutamol 

5mg/mL Inh Sol-lOmL Pk 



0000A561 Sudafed 
00A25516 Robidrine 

0000A766 Sudafed 
003A2726 Robidrine 

00303569 Ventolin 
00790A19 Apo-Salvent 



FRS 
EAT 



MSD 
APX 
ICN 



BVE 
ICN 



BUE 
ICN 
PMS 



SEA 
ICN 



LED 
NOP 
ICN 
APX 

LED 
NOP 
ICN 
APX 



BWE 
ROB 

BVE 
ROB 



G LA 
APX 
+008518A1 Salbutamol Inhaler KNR 

0033A227 Ventolin GLA 

h00860808 Salbutamol 

Respirator Solution KNR 



1054 



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Item 12:00 Autonomic Agents 



3853 



12tl2!00 Sympathomimetic (Adrenergic) Agents 



84 Salbutamol 
2mg Tab 



00361135 Ventolin 
00620955 Novo-Salmol 
00637793 Salbutamol 



GLA 
NOP 

EVM 



85 Salbutamol 
4mg Tab 



00332267 Ventolin 
00620963 Novo-Salmol 
00637807 Salbutamol 



GLA 
NOP 

EVM 



12;20:00 Skeletal Muscle Relaxants 

86 Baclofen 
lOmg Tab 



87 Baclofen 
20mg Tab 



00455881 Lioresal 
+00808520 Alpha-Baclofen 



00636576 Lioresal DS 
+00849456 Alpha-Baclofen 



GEI 

GEN 



GEI 
GEN 



Item 20:00 Blood Formation and Coagulation 



20: 04; 00 Antianemia Drugs 

88 * Ferrous Gluconate 
300mg Tab 



00021458 Novo-Ferrogluc NOP 

00031097 Ferrous Gluconate WAM 

00041157 Ferrous Gluconate LEA 

00094714 Ferrous Gluconate DTC 
00545031 Apo-Ferrous 

Gluconate APX 



89 * Ferrous Sulfate 
300mg Ent Tab 



00232998 Novo-Ferrosulfa NOP 
00520810 Apo-Ferrous Sulfate APX 



1055 



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Item 2A:00 Cardiovascular Drugs 



O. Reg. 322/90 



24:0A;00 Cardiac Drugs 

90 Acebutolol 
lOOmg Tab 



91 



92 



93 



94 



95 



97 



100 



Acebutolol 
200mg Tab 



Atenolol 
50mg Tab 

Atenolol 
lOOmg Tab 

Diltiazem HCl 
30mg Tab 



Diltiazem HCl 
60mg Tab 



96 Disopyramide 
lOOmg Cap 



Disopyramide 
150mg Cap 



98 Metoprolol Tartrate 
50mg Tab 



99 Metoprolol Tartrate 
lOOmg Tab 



Nadolol 
40mg Tab 



00695645 Monitan 
00726559 Sectral 



00695653 Monitan 
00726567 Sectral 



00520683 Tenormin 
00773689 Apo-Atenol 

00486833 Tenormin 
00773697 Apo-Atenol 



00587753 Cardizem 
00771376 Apo-Diltiaz 
+00862924 Novo-Diltazem 



00587761 Cardizem 
00771384 Apo-Diltiaz 
+00862932 Novo-Diltazem 



00382876 Rythmodan 
00396370 Norpace 



00396389 Norpace 
00439363 Rythmodan 



WYE 
RPP 



WYE 
RPP 



ICI 
APX 



ICI 
APX 



NRD 
APX 
NOP 



NRD 
APX 
NOP 



ROU 

SEA 



SEA 
ROU 



00397423 Lopresor CEI 

00402605 Betaloc AST 

00618632 Apo-Metoprolol APX 

00648035 Novo-Metoprol NOP 
00749354 Apo-Metoprolol (Type 

L) APX 
00842648 Novo-Metoprol 

(Uncoated) NOP 



00397431 Lopresor GET 

00402540 Betaloc AST 

00618640 Apo-Metoprolol APX 

00648043 Novo-Metoprol NOP 
00751170 Apo-Metoprolol (Type 

L) APX 
00842656 Novo-Metoprol 

(Uncoated) NOP 



00607126 Corgard 
00782505 Apo-Nadol 
00851663 Syn-Nadolol 



SOU 
APX 
SYP 



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Item 24:00 Cardiovascular Drugs 



3855 



24:04:00 Cardiac Drugs 

101 Nadolol 

80mg Tab 



102 Nadolol 

160mg Tab 



103 Nifedipine 
5mg Cap 



104 Nifedipine 
lOmg Cap 



105 Pindolol 
5mg Tab 



106 Pindolol 
lOmg Tab 



107 Pindolol 
15mg Tab 



108 Procainamide HCl 

250mg Cap 

109 Procainamide HCl 

375mg Cap 



110 Procainamide HCl 
500mg Cap 



111 Propranolol 
lOmg Tab 



112 Propranolol 
20mg Tab 



00463256 Corgard 
00782467 Apo-Nadol 
00851671 Syn-Nadolol 


SOU 
APX 
SYP 


00523372 Corgard 
00782475 Apo-Nadol 
00851698 Syn-Nadolol 


SOU 
APX 
SYP 


00613258 Adalat 
00725110 Apo-Nifed 


MIT 
APX 


00557633 Adalat 
00755907 Apo-Nifed 
00756830 Novo-Nifedin 


MIT 
APX 
NOP 


00417270 Visken 
00755877 Apo-Pindol 
00818615 Syn-Pindolol 


SAN 
APX 
SYP 


00443174 Visken 
00755885 Apo-Pindol 
00818593 Syn-Pindolol 


SAN 
APX 
SYP 


00417289 Visken 
00755893 Apo-Pindol 
00818607 Syn-Pindolol 


SAN 
APX 
SYP 


00029076 Pronestyl 
00713325 Apo-Procainamide 


SOU 

APX 


00296031 Pronestyl 
00713333 Apo-Procainamide 


SOU 
APX 


00353523 Pronestyl 
00713341 Apo-Procainamide 


SOU 
APX 


00002658 Inderal 
00402788 Apo-Propranolol 
00496480 Novo-Pranol 
00523402 Propranolol 
00582255 PMS-Propranolol 


AYE 
APX 
NOP 
DTC 
PMS 


00489859 Inderal-20 
00663719 Apo-Propranolol 
00740675 Novo-Pranol 


AYE 
APX 
NOP 



1057 



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Item 24:00 Cardiovascular Drugs 



O. Reg. 322/90 



24;04!00 Cardiac Drugs 

113 Propranolol 
40nig Tab 



114 Propranolol 
80mg Tab 



115 Propranolol 
120mg Tab 



116 Quinidine Sulfate 
200mg Tab 



00002666 Inderal AYE 

00402753 Apo-Propranolol AFX 

00496499 Novo-Pranol NOP 

00523399 Propranolol DTC 

00582263 PMS-Propranolol PMS 



00313602 Inderal AYE 

00402761 Apo-Propranolol APX 

00496502 Novo-Pranol NOP 

00523380 Propranolol DTC 

00582271 PMS-Propranolol PMS 



00456578 Inderal AYE 

00504335 Apo-Propranolol APX 

00549657 Novo-Pranol NOP 

00582298 PMS-Propranolol PMS 



00004782 Quinidine BWE 

00021733 Novo-Ouinidin NOP 

00023868 Quinidine PDA 

00026883 Quinidine ROG 

00094412 Quinidine DTC 
00441740 Apo-Quinidine 

Sulfate APX 



117 Timolol Maleate 
5mg Tab 



118 Timolol Maleate 

lOmg Tab 

119 Timolol Maleate 

20mg Tab 



120 Verapamil HCl 
80mg Tab 



121 Verapamil HCl 
120mg Tab 



24;06;00 Antilipemic Drugs 

122 Clofibrate 
500mg Cap 



00353914 


Blocadren 


FRS 


00755842 


Apo-Timol 


APX 


00353922 


Blocadren 


FRS 


00755850 


Apo-Timol 


APX 


00495611 


Blocadren 


FRS 


00755869 


Apo-Timol 


APX 


00554316 


Isoptin 


SEA 


+00867365 


Verapamil 


KNR 


00554324 


Isoptin 


SEA 


+00867373 


Verapamil 


KNR 



00002038 Atromid-S 
00337382 Novo-Fibrate 
00409472 Claripex 



AYE 
NOP 
ICN 



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3857 



24:08!00 Hypotensive Drugs (For Diuretics See 40;28) 



123 Acebutolol 
lOOmg Tab 



124 



125 



126 



127 



128 



129 



130 



131 



Acebutolol 
200mg Tab 



Anlloride HCl & Hydrochlorothiazide 
5mg & 50mg Tab 



Atenolol 
50mg Tab 



Atenolol 
lOOmg Tab 

Chlorthalidone 
50mg Tab 



Chlorthalidone 
lOOmg Tab 



Furosemide 
20mg Tab 



Furosemide 
40mg Tab 



132 Guanethidine Monosulfate 
lOmg Tab 



133 Guanethidine Monosulfate 

25mg Tab 

134 Hydralazine HCl 

25mg Tab 



00695645 Monitan WYE 

00726559 Sectral RPP 



00695653 Monitan VYE 

00726567 Sectral RPP 



00487813 Moduret MSD 

00784400 Apo-Amilzide APX 

00520683 Tenormin ICI 

00773689 Apo-Atenol APX 

00486833 Tenormin ICI 

00773697 Apo-Atenol APX 



00010413 Hygroton GEI 

00298964 Uridon ICN 

00337447 Novo-Thalidone NOP 

00360279 Apo-Chlorthalidone APX 

00398365 Chlorthalidone DTC 



00010421 Hygroton GEI 

00293881 Uridon ICN 

00337455 Novo-Thalidone NOP 

00360287 Apo-Chlorthalidone APX 

00398373 Chlorthalidone DTC 



00289590 Lasix HOE 

00337730 Novo-Semide NOP 

#00353612 Furoside ICN 

00396788 Apo-Furosemide APX 

00012580 Lasix HOE 

00332275 Furoside ICN 

00337749 Novo-Semide NOP 

00344079 Uritol HOR 

00362166 Apo-Furosemide APX 

00396249 Furosemide DTC 



00005509 Ismelin CIB 

00396745 Apo-Guanethidine APX 



00005517 Ismelin CIB 

00396753 Apo-Guanethidine APX 

00005533 Apresoline CIB 

00759473 Novo-Hylazin NOP 



1059 



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Item 24:00 Cardiovascular Drugs 

24; 08; 00 Hypotensive Drugs (For Diuretics See 40; 28) 

135 Hydralazine HCl 

50mg Tab 00005541 Apresoline CIB 

00759481 Novo-Hylazin NOP 

136 Hydrochlorothiazide 

25mg Tab 00016500 HydroDIURIL MSD 

00021474 Novo-Hydrazide NOP 
00092681 Hydrochlorothiazide DTC 

00326844 Apo-Hydro 25 APX 

137 Hydrochlorothiazide 

50mg Tab 00016519 HydroDIURIL MSD 

00021482 Novo-Hydrazide NOP 
00092703 Hydrochlorothiazide DTC 

00263907 Urozide ICN 

00312800 Apo-Hydro 50 APX 

138 Hydrochlorothiazide & Spironolactone 

25mg & 25mg Tab 00180408 Aldactazide-25 SEA 

00613231 Novo-Spirozine-25 NOP 

139 Hydrochlorothiazide & Spironolactone 

50mg & 50mg Tab 00594377 Aldactazide-50 SEA 

00657182 Novo-Spirozine-50 NOP 

140 Hydrochlorothiazide & Triamterene 

25mg & 50mg Tab 00181528 Dyazide SKF 

00441775 Apo-Triazide APX 

00532657 Novo-Triamzide NOP 

141 Methyldopa 

125mg Tab 00016551 Aldomet MSD 

00337463 Novo-Medopa NOP 

00353620 Dopamet ICN 

00360252 Apo-Methyldopa APX 

00456012 Methyldopa DTC 

142 Methyldopa 

250mg Tab 00016578 Aldomet MSD 

00250392 Dopamet ICN 

00337471 Novo-Medopa NOP 

00360260 Apo-Methyldopa APX 

00456004 Methyldopa DTC 

143 Methyldopa 

500mg Tab 00016586 Aldomet MSD 

\ 00337498 Novo-Medopa NOP 

00353639 Dopamet ICN 

00426830 Apo-Methyldopa APX 

144 Methyldopa & Hydrochlorothiazide 

250mg & 15mg Tab 00140589 Aldoril-15 MSD 

00363642 Novo-Doparil-15 NOP 

00441708 Apo-Methazide-15 APX 

00584967 PMS-Dopazide-15 PMS 



1060 



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Item 24:00 Cardiovascular Drugs 



3859 



145 



146 



147 



148 



149 



150 



151 



152 



153 



24;08;00 Hypotensive Drugs (For Diuretics See 40:28) 

Methyldopa & Hydrochlorothiazide 

250ing & 25mg Tab 00140597 Aldoril-25 MSD 

00363634 Novo-Doparil-25 NOP 

00441716 Apo-Methazide-25 APX 

00584975 PMS-Dopazide-25 PHS 



Metoprolol Tartrate 
50mg Tab 



Metoprolol Tartrate 
lOOmg Tab 



Nadolol 
40mg Tab 



Nadolol 
80mg Tab 



Nadolol 
160nig Tab 



Pindolol 
5mg Tab 



Pindolol 
lOmg Tab 



Pindolol 
15mg Tab 



00397423 Lopresor GEI 

00402605 Betaloc AST 

00618632 Apo-Metoprolol APX 

00648035 Novo-Metoprol NOP 
00749354 Apo-Metoprolol (Type 

L) APX 
00842648 Novo-Metoprol 

(Uncoated) NOP 



00397431 Lopresor GEI 

00402540 Betaloc AST 

00618640 Apo-Metoprolol APX 

00648043 Novo-Metoprol NOP 
00751170 Apo-Metoprolol (Type 

L) APX 
00842656 Novo-Metoprol 

(Uncoated) NOP 



00607126 
00782505 
00851663 


Corgard 

Apo-Nadol 

Syn-Nadolol 


SOU 
APX 
SYP 


00463256 
00782467 
00851671 


Corgard 

Apo-Nadol 

Syn-Nadolol 


SOU 
APX 
SYP 


00523372 
00782475 
00851698 


Corgard 

Apo-Nadol 

Syn-Nadolol 


SOU 
APX 
SYP 


00417270 
00755877 
00818615 


Visken 

Apo-Pindol 

Syn-Pindolol 


SAN 
APX 
SYP 


00443174 
00755885 
00818593 


Visken 

Apo-Pindol 

Syn-Pindolol 


SAN 
APX 
SYP 


00417289 
00755893 
00818607 


Visken 

Apo-Pindol 

Syn-Pindolol 


SAN 
APX 
SYP 



1061 



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O. Reg. 322/90 





i.-T . ^vy v^i»i .J a. V . i^^^v-^v*.. ^^^f^^ 






24:08:00 Hypotensive Drugs (For Diuretics See 40:28) 




154 






lOmg Tab 00002658 Inderal 


AYE 




00402788 Apo-Propranolol 


APX 




00496480 Novo-Pranol 


NOP 




00523402 Propranolol 


DTC 




00582255 PMS-Propranolol 


PMS 



155 Propranolol 
20mg Tab 



156 Propranolol 
40mg Tab 



157 Propranolol 
80mg Tab 



158 Propranolol 
120mg Tab 



159 Reserpine 

0.25mg Tab 



160 Spironolactone 
25mg Tab 



161 Spironolactone 
lOOmg Tab 



162 Timolol Maleate 

5mg Tab 

163 Timolol Maleate 

lOmg Tab 

164 Timolol Maleate 

20mg Tab 



00489859 Inderal-20 AYE 

00663719 Apo-Propranolol APX 
00740675 Novo-Pranol NOP 



00002666 Inderal AYE 

00402753 Apo-Propranolol APX 

00496499 Novo-Pranol NOP 

00523399 Propranolol DTC 

00582263 PMS-Propranolol PMS 



00313602 Inderal AYE 

00402761 Apo-Propranolol APX 

00496502 Novo-Pranol NOP 

00523380 Propranolol DTC 

00582271 PMS-Propranolol PMS 



00456578 Inderal AYE 

00504335 Apo-Propranolol APX 

00549657 Novo-Pranol NOP 

00582298 PMS-Propranolol PMS 



00005665 Serpasil CIB 

00021784 Novo-Reserpine NOP 
00093238 Reserpine DTC 



00028606 Aldactone SEA 

00613215 Novo-Spiroton NOP 



00285455 Aldactone SEA 

00613223 Novo-Spiroton NOP 



00353914 Blocadren FRS 

00755842 Apo-Timol APX 



00353922 Blocadren FRS 

00755850 Apo-Timol APX 



00495611 Blocadren FRS 

00755869 Apo-Timol APX 



1062 



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Item 24:00 Cardiovascular Drugs 



3861 



24; 12:00 Vasodilating Drugs 

165 Isosorbide Dinitrate 
20iiig LA Tab 



166 Isosorbide Dinitrate 
5mg SL Tab 



167 Isosorbide Dinitrate 
lOmg Tab 



168 Isosorbide Dinitrate 
30rag Tab 



169 Nitroglycerin 

0.3mg SL Tab- 100 Pk 



170 * Nitroglycerin 

O.ômg SL Tab- 100 Pk 



00740721 Cedocard SR 
00786683 Coradur-SR 



00243116 Isordil 
00446661 Coronex 



00208973 Isordil 
00441686 Apo-ISDN 
00446688 Coronex 
00458686 Novo-Sorbide 



00279536 Isordil 
00441694 Apo-ISDN 
00446696 Coronex 
00458694 Novo-Sorbide 



#00015954 Nitroglycerin 
00037613 Nitrostat 



#00015962 Nitroglycerin 
00037621 Nitrostat 



PMS 
GLA 



WYE 
ATE 



WYE 
APX 
AYE 
NOP 



WYE 
APX 
AYE 
NOP 



LIL 
PDA 



LIL 
PDA 



1063 



3862 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



O. Reg. 322/90 



171 



172 



173 



174 



175 



176 



177 



178 



179 



28; 08; 00 Analgesics 

Acetaminophen 
80mg/mL 0/L 



* Acetaminophen 
325mg Tab 



* Acetaminophen 
500mg Tab 



Acetaminophen & Codeine Phosphate 
300mg & 30mg Tab 



Acetaminophen & Codeine Phosphate 
300mg & 60mg Tab 



Acetaminophen Compound with Codeine 
15mg Tab 



Acetaminophen Compound with Codeine 
30mg Tab 



* Acetylsalicylic Acid 
325mg Ent Tab 



* Acetylsalicylic Acid 
650mg Ent Tab 

1064 



00631353 


Atasol 


HOR 


006A2401 


Tempra 


MJO 


00277193 


Rounox 


ROG 


00293482 


Atasol 


HÔR 


00330876 


Robigesic 


ROB 


00361046 


Acetaminophen 


SDR 


#00373710 


Exdol 


FRS 


00374148 


Acetaminophen 


VÂM 


00389218 


Novo-Gesic 


NOP 


00522511 


Panadol 


STP 


00544981 


Apo-Acetaminophen 


APX 


00589241 


Acetaminophen 


DPC 


00013668 


Atasol Forte 


HOR. 


#00446114 


Exdol Strong 


FRS 


00482323 


Novo-Gesic Forte 


NOP 


00524891 


Panadol Extra 






Strength 


STP 


00545007 


Apo-Acetaminophen 


APX 


00567663 


Acetaminophen 


WAM 


00589233 


Acetaminophen Extra 






Strength 


DPC 


00594814 


Acetaminophen 


SDR 


00608882 


Emtec-30 


TCH 


00666130 


Empracet-30 


BVE 


00396516 


Tylenol No. 4 


MON 


00621463 


Lenoltec No. 4 


TCH 


00666149 


Empracet-60 


BVE 


00293504 


Atasol-15 


HOR 


00372331 


Exdol-15 


FRS 


00425370 Tylenol No. 2 


MCN 


00653241 


Lenoltec No. 2 


TCH 


00687200 


Novo-Gesic C-15 


NOP 


00293512 


Atasol-30 


HOR 


00372358 


Exdol-30 


FRS 


00425389 


Tylenol No. 3 


MCN 


00653276 


Lenoltec No. 3 


TCH 


00687219 


Novo-Gesic C-30 


NOP 


00010332 


Entrophen 


FRS 


00216666 


Novasen 


NOP 


00010340 


Entrophen 


FRS 


00229296 


Novaspn 


NOP 



O. Reg. 322/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



3863 



28; 08; 00 Analgesics 

180 * Acetylsalicylic Acid 
325mg Tab 



181 Acetylsalicylic Acid Compound with 
Codeine 
15mg Tab 



182 Acetylsalicylic Acid Compound with 
Codeine 
30mg Tab 



183 Codeine Phosphate 
5mg/raL 0/L 



184 Codeine Phosphate 
15rag Tab 



185 Codeine Phosphate 
30mg Tab 



186 Codeine Phosphate 
60mg Tab 



187 Diclofenac Sodium 
25mg Ent Tab 



188 Diclofenac Sodium 
50mg Ent Tab 



189 Ibuprofen 
200mg Tab 



190 Ibuprofen 
300mg Tab 



000361A5 ASA WAM 

000A0851 ASA LEA 

00092754 ASA DTC 



00095508 AC & C DTC 

00108103 282 FRS 

00604496 Ancasal 15 SAN 



00095516 AC & C DTC 

00219843 292 FRS 

00604518 Ancasal 30 SAN 



00093114 Codeine DTC 

00470651 Codeine Phosphate SDR 
00779474 Codeine NDA 



00003220 Codeine GLA 

00018686 Codeine NDA 

00093122 Codeine DTC 

00593435 Codeine Phosphate TCH 



00003239 Codeine GLA 

00018694 Codeine NDA 

00093130 Codeine DTC 

00593451 Codeine Phosphate TCH 



00003247 Codeine GLA 

00093149 Codeine DTC 



00514004 Voltaren GEI 

00808539 Novo-Difenac NOP 



00514012 Voltaren GEI 

00808547 Novo-Difenac NOP 



00441643 Apo-Ibuprofen APX 

#00606197 Ibuprofen KNR 

00629324 Novo-Profen NOP 



00327794 Motrin UPJ 

00441651 Apo-Ibuprofen APX 

00606200 Ibuprofen KNR 

00629332 Novo-Profen NOP 



1065 



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Item 28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



O. Reg. 322/90 



28:08:00 Analgesics 

191 Ibuprofen 
AOOmg Tab 



192 Ibuprofen 
600mg Tab 



0036A1A2 Motrin 
00506052 Apo-Ibuprofen 
00606219 Ibuprofen 
006293A0 Novo-Profen 



0048A911 Motrin 
0058511A Apo-Ibuprofen 
00606227 Ibuprofen 
00629359 Novo-Profen 



UPJ 
APX 
KNR 
NOP 



UPJ 
APX 
KNR 
NOP 



193 Indomethacin 
25mg Cap 



194 Indomethacin 
50mg Cap 



195 Ketoprofen 
50mg Cap 



196 Ketoprofen 
lOOmg Sup 



197 Morphine HCl 
Img/mL 0/L 



198 Morphine HCl 
5mg/mL O/L 



199 Morphine HCl 
lOmg/mL O/L 



200 Morphine HCl 
20mg/mL O/L 



201 Naproxen 

125mg Tab 



00016039 Indocid 
00337420 Novo-Methacin 
00611158 Apo-Indomethacin 



00016047 Indocid 
00337439 Novo-Methacin 
00611166 Apo-Indomethacin 



00336440 Orudis 
+00761664 Rhodis 
00790427 Apo-Keto 



00499544 Orudis 
00761699 Rhodis 



00486582 M.O.S. 
00607762 Morphitec-1 

00514217 M.O.S. 
00607770 Morphitec- 5 

00632503 M.O.S. 
00690783 Morphitec-10 



00632481 M.O.S. 
00690791 Morphitec-20 



00299413 Naprosyn 
00522678 Apo-Naproxen 
00565369 Novo-Naprox 
00615307 Naxen 



MSD 
NOP 
APX 



MSD 

NOP 
APX 



RPP 
RHP 
APX 



RPP 
RHP 



ICN 
TCH 



ICN 
TCH 



ICN 
TCH 



ICN 
TCH 



SYN 
APX 
NOP 
SYP 



202 Naproxen 

250mg Tab 



00335193 Naprosyn 
00522651 Apo-Naproxen 
00565350 Novo-Naprox 
00615315 Naxen 



1066 



SYN 
APX 
NOP 
SYP 



O. Reg. 322/90 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



3865 



28; 08; 00 Analgesics 

203 Naproxen 

375mg Tab 



204 Naproxen 

500mg Tab 



205 Oxycodone HCl & Acetaminophen 
5mg & 325mg Tab 



206 Oxycodone HCl & Acetylsalicylic Acid 
5mg & 325mg Tab 



207 Phenylbutazone 
lOOmg Tab 



208 Piroxicam 
lOmg Cap 



00583367 Naprosyn SYN 

00600806 Apo-Naproxen APX 

00615323 Naxen SYP 

00627097 Novo-Naprox NOP 



00525537 Naprosyn SYN 

00589861 Novo-Naprox NOP 

00592277 Apo-Naproxen APX 

00615331 Naxen SYP 



0057438A Endocet END 

00580201 Percocet DUP 

00608105 Oxycocet TCH 



00574392 Endodan END 

00580236 Percodan DUP 

00608157 Oxycodan TCH 



00010502 Butazolidin CEI 

00021660 Novo-Butazone NOP 

00093041 Phenylbutazone DTC 
00312789 Apo-Phenylbutazone APX 

00525596 Feldene PFI 

00642886 Apo-Piroxicam APX 

00695718 Novo-Pirocara NOP 



209 Piroxicam 
20mg Cap 



210 Propoxyphene 

Cap 

211 Sulindac 

150mg Tab 



212 Sulindac 

200mg Tab 



28:12;00 Anticonvulsants 

213 Carbamazepine 
200mg Tab 



00525618 Feldene PFI 

00642894 Apo-Piroxicam APX 
00695696 Novo-Pirocam NOP 



00151351 Novo-Propoxyn NOP 
00261432 Darvon-N LIL 



00456888 Clinoril FRS 

00745588 Novo-Sundac NOP 

00778354 Apo-Sulin APX 

00432369 Clinoril FRS 

00745596 Novo-Sundac NOP 

00778362 Apo-Sulin APX 



00010405 Tegretol GEI 

00402699 Apo-Carbamazepine APX 

00504742 Mazepine ICN 

00782718 Novo-Carbamaz NOP 



1067 



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Item 28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



O. Reg. 322/90 



28;12;00 Anticonvulsants 

214 Phénobarbital 

4ing/mL 0/L 

215 Phénobarbital 

15mg Tab 



216 Phénobarbital 
30mg Tab 



217 Phénobarbital 
60mg Tab 



218 



219 



Phénobarbital 
lOOmg Tab 



Primidone 
125mg Tab 



220 Primidone 
250mg Tab 



00588180 Phénobarbital 
00604585 Phénobarbital 



00023795 Phénobarbital 
00093505 Phénobarbital 
00271276 Phenobarbital-ICN 
00604542 Phénobarbital 



00023809 Phénobarbital 
00093521 Phénobarbital 
00293903 Phenobarbital-ICN 
00604550 Phénobarbital 



00023817 Phénobarbital 
00093556 Phénobarbital 
00320714 Phenobarbital-ICN 



00093564 Phénobarbital 
00344036 Phenobarbital-ICN 
00604577 Phénobarbital 



00002623 Mysoline 
00399310 Apo-Primidone 



00002631 Mysoline 
00396761 Apo-Primidone 



28:16:04 Psychotherapeutic Agents Antidepressants 



221 Amitriptyline 
lOmg Tab 



222 Amitriptyline 
25mg Tab 



223 Amitriptyline 
50mg Tab 



224 Desipramine 
25mg Tab 



00016322 Elavil 
00037400 Novo-Triptyn 
00335053 Apo-Amitriptyline 
00377872 Amitriptyline 



00016330 Elavil 
00037419 Novo-Triptyn 
00335061 Apo-Amitriptyline 
00377880 Amitriptyline 



00016349 Elavil 
00037427 Novo-Triptyn 
00335088 Apo-Amitriptyline 
00377899 Amitriptyline 



00010448 Pertofrane 
00353868 Norpramin 



DTC 
SAN 



PDA 
DTC 
ICN 
SAN 



PDA 
DTC 
ICN 
SAN 



PDA 
DTC 

ICN 



DTC 
ICN 

SAN 



AYE 
APX 



AYE 
APX 



MSD 
NOP 
APX 
DTC 



MSD 
NOP 
APX 
DTC 



MSD 
NOP 
APX 
DTC 



CEI 
MER 



1068 



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Item 28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



3867 



28;16!04 Psychotherapeutic Agents Antidepressants 

225 Doxepin HCl 
lOmg Cap 



226 Doxepin HCl 
25mg Cap 



227 Doxepin HCl 
50mg Cap 



228 Doxepin HCl 

75mg Cap 

229 Doxepin HCl 

lOOmg Cap 



230 Doxepin HCl 

150mg Cap 

231 Imipramine 

lOmg Tab 



232 Imipramine 
25mg Tab 



233 Imipramine 
50mg Tab 



234 Trimipramine 

75mg Cap 

235 Trimipramine 

12.5mg Tab 



236 Trimipramine 
25mg Tab 



237 Trimipramine 
50mg Tab 



00024325 
00842745 


Sinequan 
Triadapin 


PFI 
FIS 


00024333 
00842753 


Sinequan 
Triadapin 


PFI 
FIS 


00024341 
00842761 


Sinequan 
Triadapin 


PFI 
FIS 


00400750 
00842788 


Sinequan 
Triadapin 


PFI 
FIS 


00326925 
00842796 


Sinequan 
Triadapin 


PFI 
FIS 


00584274 
00842818 


Sinequan 
Triadapin 


PFI 
FIS 


00010464 
00021504 
00360201 
00377902 


Tofranil 
Novo-Pramine 
Apo-Imipramine 
Imipramine 


GEI 
NOP 
APX 
DTC 


00010472 
00021512 
00312797 
00377910 


Tofranil 
Novo-Pramine 
Apo-Imipramine 
Imipramine 


GEI 
NOP 
APX 
DTC 


00010480 
00021520 
00326852 
00377929 


Tofranil 
Novo-Pramine 
Apo-Imipramine 
Imipramine 


GEI 
NOP 
APX 
DTC 


00442437 
00761656 


Surmontil 
Rhotrimine 


RPP 
RHP 


00025828 
00740799 
00761605 


Surmontil 

Apo-Trimip 

Rhotrimine 


RPP 
APX 
RHP 


00025836 
00740802 
00761613 


Surmontil 

Apo-Trimip 

Rhotrimine 


RPP 
APX 
RHP 


00025844 
00740810 
00761621 


Surmontil 

Apo-Trimip 

Rhotrimine 


RPP 
APX 
RHP 



1069 



3868 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



O. Reg. 322/90 



28; 16:04 Psychotherapeutic Agents Antidepressants 



238 Trimipramine 
lOOmg Tab 



00025852 Surmontil 
00740829 Apo-Trimip 
00761648 Rhotrimine 



28:16:08 Psychotherapeutic Agents Tranquilizers 



239 Alprazolam 
0.25mg Tab 



240 Alprazolam 
0.5mg Tab 



241 Chlordiazepoxide 
5mg Cap 



242 Chlordiazepoxide 
lOmg Cap 



243 Chlordiazepoxide 
25mg Cap 



244 Chlorpromazine 
20mg/mL 0/L 



245 Chlorpromazine 
lOmg Tab 



246 Chlorpromazine 
25mg Tab 



247 Chlorpromazine 
50mg Tab 



248 Chlorpromazine 
lOOmg Tab 



249 Clorazepate Dipotassium 
3.75mg Cap 



00548359 Xanax 
+00677485 Alprazolam 



00548367 Xanax 
+00677477 Alprazolam 



00012629 Librium 
00013463 Solium 
00020915 Novo-Poxide 
00398403 Chlordiazepoxide 



RPP 
APX 
RHP 



UPJ 
KNR 



UPJ 
KNR 



HLR 
HOR 
NOP 
DTC 
00522724 Apo-Chlordiazepoxide APX 

00012637 Librium HLR 

00013471 Solium HOR 

00020923 Novo-Poxide NOP 
00398411 Chlordiazepoxide DTC 
00522988 Apo-Chlordiazepoxide APX 

00012645 Librium HLR 

00013498 Solium HOR 

00020931 Novo-Poxide NOP 
00398438 Chlordiazepoxide DTC 
00522996 Apo-Chlordiazepoxide APX 

00025178 Largactil RPP 

00580988 Chlorpromanyl 20 TCH 



00025453 Largactil RPP 

00232157 Novo-Chlorpromazine NOP 



00025461 Largactil RPP 

00232823 Novo-Chlorpromazine NOP 



00025488 Largactil RPP 

00232807 Novo-Chlorpromazine NOP 

00025496 Largactil RPP 

00232831 Novo-Chlorpromazine NOP 



00264938 Tranxene 
00628190 Novo-Clopate 



ABB 
NOP 



1070 



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3869 



28; 16:08 Psychotherapeutic Agents Tranquilizers 



250 



251 



252 



253 



254 



255 



256 



257 



Clorazepate Dipotassium 
7 . 5mg Cap 



Clorazepate Dipotassium 
15mg Cap 



Diazepam 
2mg Tab 



Diazepam 
5mg Tab 



Diazepam 
lOmg Tab 



Fluphenazine HCl 
Img Tab 



Fluphenazine HCl 
2mg Tab 



Fluphenazine HCl 
5mg Tab 



258 Haloperidol 
2mg/mL 0/L 



259 Haloperidol 
0.5mg Tab 



00264946 Tranxene 
00628204 Novo-Clopate 

00264911 Tranxene 
00628212 Novo-Clopate 



00013277 Valium 
00013757 Vivol 
00272434 Novo-Dipam 
00272647 E-Pam 
00405329 Apo-Diazepam 
00466905 Diazepam 



00013285 Valium 
00013765 Vivol 
00272442 Novo-Dipam 
00280429 E-Pam 
00362158 Apo-Diazepara 
00396230 Diazepam 



00013293 Valium 
00013773 Vivol 
00272450 Novo-Dipam 
00272639 E-Pam 
00405337 Apo-Diazepam 
00466891 Diazepam 



00029378 Modi ten HCl 
00405345 Apo-Fluphenazine 

00029386 Modi ten HCl 
00410632 Apo-Fluphenazine 



00029408 Modi ten HCl 
00405361 Apo-Fluphenazine 
00504459 Permit il 



00017582 Haldol 
00552429 Peridol 
00587702 Apo-Haloperidol 
00749400 Haloperidol 



00017655 Haldol 
00363685 Novo-Peridol 
00396796 Apo-Haloperidol 
00552135 Peridol 
00749419 Haloperidol 



ABB 
NOP 



ABB 
NOP 



HLR 
HOR 
NOP 
ICN 
APX 
DTC 



HLR 
HOR 
NOP 
ICN 
APX 
DTC 



HLR 
HOR 
NOP 
ICN 
APX 
DTC 



SOU 
APX 



SOU 
APX 



SOU 
APX 
SCH 



MCN 
TCH 
APX 
KNR 



MCN 
NOP 
APX 
TCH 
KNR 



1071 



3870 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Item 28:00 Central Nervous System Drugs 



O. Reg. 322/90 



28:16:08 Psychotherapeutic Agents Tranquilizers 



260 Haloperidol 
Img Tab 



261 Haloperidol 
2mg Tab 



262 Haloperidol 
5mg Tab 



263 



264 



Haloperidol 
lOmg Tab 



Haloperidol 
20mg Tab 



265 Hydroxyzine HCl 
lOmg Cap 



266 Hydroxyzine HCl 
25mg Cap 



267 Hydroxyzine HCl 
50mg Cap 



268 Lorazepam 
O.Smg Tab 



269 



Lorazepam 
Img Tab 



00017663 
00363677 
00396818 
00552143 
00749427 


Haldol 

Novo-Peridol 

Apo-Haloperidol 

Peridol 

Haloperidol 


MCN 
NOP 
APX 
TCH 
KNR 


00017671 
00363669 
00396826 
00749435 


Haldol 

Novo-Peridol 
Apo-Haloperidol 
Haloperidol 


MCN 
NOP 
APX 
KNR 


00017698 
00363650 
00396834 
00749443 


Haldol 

Novo-Peridol 
Apo-Haloperidol 
Haloperido